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IrfK TUtSA 1TAR
THE TULSA STAR
l'rli'.tirpsid Publsh'mg CO.
riln'ie.. Every Siturdy arid North Greenwood Street.
Nowata tews STUDENTS EARN WAY
tl . ,i i. .tj.itolm m.ttor April 11,
u.lih mil. under the Act a M.roli 1. 187.
Ill, t tho Poet Oflioe l Tulea
A J bumiHKMAX,
iu (J. U surrprruA
i u auitHwi,
Uvil fm-lt tiluJtn,
ED 1 10 H 1111 I'UHUillKit
UOvliike M Italian
I 'ml. A W C Art I'liili mi't Jt Iho
jsihlenue of ln. Jim 1'iorco Ihurwiliy
nf lml week OwImk to llni IHiii-iH or
the irniil'iit Mr Win Ouetl tlio virii
president lrB. I'mrre pnmhleil, nflor
thu limlnem wis fjnliiheil tho lumtos'
nerved iIkIIi'Iiiuh liiiiehf-iin mill nVeiyj
onn deputed declaring Mm. I'lnrer mi
iili'Hl IkmIoih. Adjourned In inext Sept
llili Hi tin- rildence of Mr Wolfe. Mrs
Mourn a nil Wolfu as lio-te
Jobs at New Haven Net Scholars
Business - Professional
.NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS
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THi: LABOK DAV CKL15HHATION here Monday was n
grand auixtwrt in every put titular. It was carried out in the i ovul
ar 'lulsn style, and the boys of color came in for their share or thu
Mr anil Mm Henry Newton of Koit
(lllmoii spent Krldny nnil Haturdiy as
Sjiiont uf Mr. and Mri", Wolfe.
Mrt. Wol fii and I'lereo spout Tin sdav
In Ctiflny vlllo, Khioih.
Minn IImisIm Roger! of iTnrnalt, I! in
who h luxii vlnltliiu Jieltttv a liuru
ban returiiatl to her homo.
Mm. Morris Ciurj In returned Iron
llirtttMYille. Mrs MkiuHbIiI In reported vury Nick
Mrs. ItiHxIiMitt preparing to g"
Wlulllehl Khiiwiii ti visit liar aunt.
AND NOW we are leady for the IjIk Tulsa County l'reo Fair
and bulbar celebration. The doors of Tulsa stands wide open to
the outbide world and all ot our ureal city stands a unit in me
heaity welcome with which the visitors will be received. Kemeni
ber, its the TULSA S1MK1T.
THIS WOK1) "N1GGKH" is a word of low base mcuniiiK, used
only by semi-illiterate fools too ignorant to be reproved, or by un
principled cowaids who use It with injury or insult as their objec
tive points. No Kontleinan would use the word and no other should
be allowed to.
A WII.TRRN YHAR OLD NEGRO HOY was arrested in Mus
kogee bust week churned with attempted assault upon a white wo
man. A few hours later he was speeding to the penitentiary under
a sentence of 30 years. This incident is referred to in Muskogee
by some as a "legal lynching."
THK NEGRO FAIR in Muskogee this week was very good for
a maiden etroit, although the Fair Association did not seem to
have the co-operation of the leading business Negro men of that
city. In fact it was a very noticable fact that the leading business
men of the city turned a cold shoulder to it and refused to suppoit
U. Without attempting to discuss the merits or demerits of the
Fair Association or the peculiar attitude of the business men of
Muskogee in refusing to give their endorsement anil .support to
this movement, we believe that inasmuch as this was a Muskogee
enterprise, and more than that, a race enterprise, every Negio
business man in Muskogee should have encouraged it. '1 his was
n splendid opportunity for the race in Muskogee to secure some
valuable advertising, and as wo see it, it matters little through
whom the opportunity came, the leading business men should have
been m the game. However, the plan is laid and Muskogee here
after will be known us the home of the Negro Fair movement in
Mr. Jim Anklu Mnt twu ilin In
('olTe.wllle In Hi" Intercut nf tho Negro
I'ulr whleb will noon h" held thero
A W. fur. c
jit Smutty In OiilT.')
Chnrl.i' Itli'hnriN hii returned fn in
MORE GUARDIANSHIP DOPE.
LAST WEEK a certain County Judge, is suit! to have sent
lor a Coloicd man who was guardinn for his own children and told
hun that his report was not correct and that unless he-Uhe fathei
lesigned as guardian of his children, criminal prosecution would
be started against him. Thu Colored man went to a lawyer, a
Colored lawyei, who went into every detail of the case. After a
dilligent investigation he found that a big oil well had come in
lios-j to the land belonging to his clients children, and informed
the Judge of the County Couit that his client would not resign,
but was leady for trial if he had committed any crime. Where
upon the Judge said he would take the case under advisement,
iit .r.ni-0 tii..r. will lii nn trial. Do vou see the point?
The Colored man had done no wrong. Ho was guardian of
i,i .. ,. ,n, I. ..ii niul wlu'ii thi! hiir irrafters saw a chance to turn
a trick und rob these little Colored children they were ready to do
so even if it hail been necessary to send thu father to the peni
tentiary But thanks to the genius and ability of one of our own
lawyers the scheme was nipped in the bud and the Star will bet a
dollar against the hole in a doughnut that no charges will ever
ce brought against the guardian and father.
I'rof. Rpeneer iirnl wife hnvo return
el from Colorado Stln; and will hit
uln work In n fi ilivx.
'Il.e lliplM Church will b-irln Us re
vlv il li'j ft ilmn
Itev II irriHitn u in ci'lr.l nut of tie
John f'l i(njill i- in Iiiimi tlni Hi el.
1 ln fur nrs nro 1m. v mtp Un'tr
li n aiul art irrMrtiiR to hip i Urgn
rn! ton I'rop tint Is If thu iitlnT con
tirniiM Hnrni tho l'il.iiicr of llm mnntli
Wliion fIii(ptop nf corn Irtoltitlinp
ill t1i Krtfftr c'firn, ii mul (totntooH
tin furitif m rr r tilititp t Iim linp'T
tint'o of (1lvfrtfU'il firming mni foro'
lily Until ir lirfor
et Us Save You Money!
t-sMrjBafoolBI Al f.
Itev. Hirilln holiN nriilRr herlceH at
the A M. K Chiireh ever) Slilth.
Itev. J. r. ThvIiit lit the llaptl
Phuri'li his jnsl eloieil hi rolal ulili
ininy aililllloin to thu churrhe. Olo
inn that ohl time r"lliflon anil (,'Un no
leu ami ou iravliivetll tlio world
can lie liimnl nine liy our piople ilnlh
I triiHt uo will mix. Jua, rnllc'on.
eoinitien wiiko attil propi.rly wlileh I
Ihiut uill mikoa coed iiouiioniiil
Hie XorlliHiwt Pieek llipjlul Ai.su
ei ill i will meet with tlioSaml Creek
llipllst fhnreh if .Viiwliy Okli. Wnl
il.li lirforo (Iih Ith Snniliv In S.ipt
Miii'h Inmluess of iinportinen In to he
triusiieleii. tin re are ninny ahlo ill
ini'M In this ilistriet siihiiik who m ij he
iiieiitioneil Itev. Drake, meili rator, Itev
IlirrU, II'iiiiiIiIhoii. Ciiker, 'IhvIit, I'.il-
I'owoll Hilly, lee, Spliiht anil othei'f
ill eipeetinit to lit) electeil to annio
oromliirut pealtl.ui in the ilistriet ami
limit will the illiappeluluieiita lie al
Inlernat'I Order of
Twelve In Tulsa
Work for 2,007 Obtained by Dureau of
Appointment!, According to Re
portSome Make $300
Now Haven. Yalu students who
worked their way through college last
yoar carucil a total or 37,M0 88 In
positions obtained for them by the bu
reau of appolntmonts of Yalo univer
sity, according to the first report of
During thu year thu bureau assist
ed COO students who upplled for work
In thu cases of three-fourths of thu
men applying thu bureau provided for
work and scholarship aid sufficient to
make, tho assets for thu year equal to
tho total necessary expenses.
Typewriting and stenographic work
furnished the most profitable means
ot cmplojmcnt and tho newspaper bu
reau brought good results. Owing to
tho discussion that arose concern
ing tutoring this means was not
pushed vigorously. Next year, ac
cording to arrangements made by the
faculty, there will bo a regular tutor
In ; school attach! i to fie university.
Tie r'rrnl kc it or t n iniunts
earnt ' by students shows tli-i a total
of 2,007 Jobs wcro given out during the
nlno months of thu university year,
from which tho men reported total
earnings of $1D,C 16 SS. and 17C post
ttons woro furnished for students for
tho summer, from which the esti
mated total Income Is $17,000.
' This, ot course, docs not Include the
large amount of Income ot men from
work which they havo continued on
Jobs obtained through thu bureau lu
.previous years, or tho earnings from
the largo amount of work which men
havo found for themselves about tho
city. On tho basis ot this computa
tion It is estimated about set en hun
Mr oil students In tho university sup
port themselves and earn approximate
ly $300 a year each at Yalo.
The; . .igaged in all kinds of work.
There wcro 318 ushers, 98 did clerical
work, 7f! wcro waiters, and included
'In other classes of work aro canvass
!lng, caring for furnaces, gardening,
collecting, clerical work in dining
'halls, music and clerking in stores.
Tvventj-flvo men canvassed for
Inatnes for a woman's suffrage petition
'presented to tho Connecticut leglsla
'lure, live acted as models for artists,
for classes in anatomy and for an un
derwear manufacturing company; fif
teen acted as pallbearers, fifty were
"supers In theatrical enlortainmcnts,
fho were professional partners at
Ono man worked for tho Winchester
.Itepeating Arms company, doing a
.twelve hour shift bIx nights a week,
and ho completed a regular year of
Jaw school work Others gave sleight
ot hand performances, played In or
chestras, served as inspectors for the
antllly campaign, acted as doorkeep
ers at weddlngs.tc. On gathered
'newspaper clippings at CO cents a
clipping of the record of every com
petltlvu event between Yale and Har
vard to settle an argument between
a Yalo graduate and a Harvard grad
uatu. Ono cleaned tombstones,
ECONOMY DRUG CO.
Fresh Drug, Toilet Article nd
108 N Qreenwood Tel 922
DR. J. J. McKEEVBR
,-IIQH CLASS DENTAL WORK
All Work Guaranteed
DR. J. M. KEY
Physician and Surgeon
Venerlal Dlseasee of Men and Women
Office Williams Dldg Phone 2157
A. F. 11KYANT
PHYSICIAN AND 9UROEON.
Office pho.ie 922 Ree phone 681
I. II. SPEARS
T 21S7 Office! Williams Bldj
Q W HUTCHIN9
Attorney at Law
Office 206 N Frankfort
Phone 1859 J.
We mean that we will sae ou money if ou will
only send your old suits, silks, Mithw, Kid gIoej,
iui. etc., to us, who hue a Sanitary Dry Cleaning
Plant. We guarantee every garment that comes
in thr house, why do we do it? Herause we are pre
pared ro do the work. Old hats made New.
Suit-) made to )our measure. 500 wimples for you
to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to
ult purts of the city.
Cavers French Cleaners
HATTERS AND DYERS
Office and Works, 8 N. Cincinnati
The liituriintiuiinl Order of l'J
Kniejit.-t nnil l)iiue,lipis of Tabor
of OMuhoinn mid jurisdiction will
lioli! their Minimi H'lO-iou c't , I -I
IS, in, mul 17 .u the A ,M E
Cliiircli. Wednesday evenim; the
' lfitli tlif gniiul iiiiiiuhI mm mill v'ill
be pieaol.ed st I lie 1'iret Hupiis'
Cliiircli An ueelent prnpr.iui vvil
, bo rendered Tutudttv the Mill m
I tlit' A. M 1 Clitiicli t'verjbodvi-
invilixl ti attend bitli iiieiiLitig.
Lilly While Tnborn.iele N'o , .'0
under the .ujd lemlershiy i f .Mis
I Mit!(;iM Vmliiii is putting forth ev-
lery cITmt to tmike this Cruud
i I.odim miceitMi. Kuicjits, D.uigli
I lers mid Inentli open your door
the ciiiiiiiiiiti'e is on its way to see
Mm J J Urd, Rrpxtcr
GRAVEYARD IS FOR SALE
Milton Burying Ground, Oldett In St.
Louis, to De Sold for "a
8t Ixiuls Anybody wish to buy a
cemetery for Blxt) eight cents? One
Is to be sold at public auction, for
taxes and costs to cover the amount
It Is the old Milton burying ground,
with uu urea of three tenths ot an
acre, a quarter of a tnllu north of
Kast Alton, the oldest grate In which
is that of John Milton, who died In
An asKessmeut of two dollars was
lovled against the grave) ard for the
Kast Alton drainage and levee dls
trlct It was to bu paid In annual In
stallments of tweutj three cents
Tho trustees of the cemetery have
had llttlo money for Its upkeep and
for tho past ear or so J. W. Carey,
former treasurer of tho drainage
boa'd, has paid tho twenty three
cents out ot his own pocket.
N. E. PYRTLE
Upto-Date 8anltary Cleaning Methods
Ladlea work and Alteration! a
Specialty. Hats Cleaned
and Blocked Vlelt u
Uu. Long of Holey h in our city
Mro V. Clay is Waiting her colli
er in Muskogee.
The Sewing Circle was Entertain
ed tit tho hump of .Mrs Palmer. Ws
were served with a delicious lunch
Let me eave you money, I will save
you money If you eend me your old
Hate, Silk. Saline and Kid doves
Nur.ber 8 N Cincinnati Prions 3132
HOTCLS and ROOMING! HOUSES,
THE PHILLIP8 ROOMS
1514 North Greenwood
Hleely Furnlihed, Clean, Sanitary
Roome, Strictly First Class
MRS A L PHILLIP8, Prop
103 N Greenwood
Cold Drlnke, Tobaccoa, Ctgan and
THOS R GENTRY. Prop
C C HOLDERNE88, Mflr
GROCERIES A CONFECTIONERIES
wtillami Bldo 101 N Greenwood
Frulte, Candlee, Clgare. Tobaccos and
You can purchase Chickens, Turkeys,
Ducks, Geese, Dutter and Eggs at the.
Lowest Price Poultry dressed or
live All goods delivered as ordered "
Call Phone 3877.
C. C. CLAY.
Elgin and Archer Sts
MONEY TO LOAN
J B STRADFORD
S01 North Qreenwood
Real Eeute, Loans and Rrntala
Prof W, II. Fort is quite busy
Retting ready to pren school .Mori
day SepttfiiLer 13th
Dr A. G. Wallace and Lawver
Stevens nnil their wives hae just
rett rned from a delightful trip to
Chicago and St Louis
Mrs, Ada Key is able to be up
and at her v. ork Mrs. A. Nance
who wad teaching in her place is
Rev Wiseman has no felt any
rheumatism since Mrs Wiseman
came home lie is feeling fine and
making others feel good by his
Canning is a jolly pastimi now a
day with housewives
Mrs V. Howard of Okmulgee, is
visiting her rou-iti Mrs II Jt hnsi n
of 112 N, Greenwood
Mrs E A. Houpe, is surTeriug
from blond poisen in her left arm,
but it ii said all danger has p&ised
Tho Mock Conference at the A.
AI E Church is in progress, and is
a marked success.
Miss, Bertha Walker, of the Ren
tie settleme it wlil leave lomorrow
for thr- Western University at Quin
Mrs Yuuiigcf of Oklahoma City,
is in the city visiting h'r sis'er Mm.
Farm of 518 N. Hartfurt.
Mis E Brown of I't Smith, Aik
is in the city visiting her neice Mrs.
QUARRY STONE POISONOUS1
Men and Horlee Made Sick by Flying '
Particles When Limestone
Auburn A peculiar form of blood
polbOtilug among employes In a lime
stone iiuarry was reported by Dr.
John II Whltbeck, health otllcer of
Cayuga Fifty men have been strlck
en Six are In a hospital and one
will probably die
According tr tor Whltbeck, the
mal.ul) Is caused by the blasted Jtoue.
Horses cut b particles also were Infected,
Workmen Find Coffin.
l.aJoga, litd The remains of a cof
tin containing some fragments of hu
man bunts were unearthed here by
workmen excavating for u cellar In
Now Iloss TheKrae was not near
a cemetery jbout llfty )ears ago a
man named .N'urfliii;er disappeared
mysteriously from New Ross and was
not seen nor heaid from afterward
Hcsldent uf New Itoss believe be met
with foul play and was burled In the
wood J, which t'ucn covered the laud
where the grave was found.
n m l. ii . . .. i, ..,... I
The ni,!e., .ll .!., ... -' ' I.H hup will ui uie jrwe.
through our city this morning on a',? ,H"? ,ic,,,""ker ""n1 "lnb
special train f nine coaches We ,shed1l,n "f "y Dru8 b,"re
had four delegates to from 0kml-,oed,he '" ""1 . "..
Eeei They Mihvm cloed then home m
1.1' tie Rock Ark.inias
The Voung people weie entertain I
ed at the home oi Mrs, B, A Nance! Oscar Tolon and U.o. of Bg,
last Wedntsday. jOI.Ir proprietor? of Mie Oklahoma
The Voluntary Club, a band of 'C-untrj Slow wai In town to-day
Young people who are doirg work '. bnvm KQ"1 t their store.
for the church. I . . , . ..
, Capti.iu II G H. Taylor, the car
i punter, cabinet ii.ul.ei aim engra
' ver took unto liunelf a bride Wed
netday i ight in tho person of Miss
-Lnvitdia 1'iori 21 of the Gurley
'Addition. The cpfemony was per
formed by Rev Riewer .1 the C
li.M F Chinch pirHonage
I l'rol.G.U. Mnrolaid, who has
bei Snpt nf the TuNa District for
the Exc'iar.iin Insiiranre Company
of .Mu.kigpo, Okla , hns resigned
'his position, to accept a position as
1 1'-iucIpnl of nne ot the leailing
pcl.ooU in Muikogee County Be
ifore lenvii.n he mid the Siur Office
visit and lelt his subecriptinn for
Whilu In ie It i made inuny viurm
friendu who legiet to tee him leave
NO OTHER LIKE IT,
NO OTHER ABCOOD. ,
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lite cl t tdg prico ou piy Tht climlodlon I
If pair cipenit lr tupenor orlinmlup sad be-t I
..- w, ,uicrii idiuici luc-ionr .title at mini.
mum coit. Inmi on baripcihe NEW HOME".
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME,
Known the world over lor lupcrlcr lewine quaUue.
Notluld under any ciLcr uaa..
THE NEW HOME 8EWIN0 MACHINE CO.,CfUNGE,MSS.
re iii it
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