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V P4 Vol. 1, No ,U S A PULP A PHYSIC IAN MAKING GOOD Young man with a brilliant future before him Tin- aboxe i- me lii.iness ui Dr. N . B. illllllllllH-X. Ill Sin.nl!.. Uklk.ihonm. Dr. If umpliiej. is the standuid Ikmh'I- ol ihu Knight Mini Ladies ui" Honor of the World. jiiriMlinii.n ol" Oklahoma. Oiie,)eai ago, this .xoiing nam ae icptcd tin- position .! (ii.unl I'io lector. At that time the member ship ol the stale was vcr.x small ami the xerx iile seemed'. sapicd mi I (if tlie older, thioiigh I rami, bad management and abused am fiduiie. The (ii.uid Lodge will meet in Wagoner, Wiitx UI "i and it is theie that lull, lilly dele g.iles will be present and the work nicomplished Ihioiigh tliis gteul leader will be heailih accepted. Dining the jtitsl ynr 111.1113 iiheful ladies and gentlemen have Ihmu .Mtachcd to the order, laxx.xers, doctors, minisicis, teachers 'and a gieat number of piominciit I'armei.s. No older in the state li.is giown with such rapid pace as the Knights and Ladies of Honor. This tells the stoi.x of what pio gicssixe .xoung men can do and will do when thc.x aie made up with honesi endeavois to lift olh ers as t ln. climb. As a phxsician Dr. Iliiniphic.x has no supeiiois. As a race leader he has but few equals when ,xou consider the tan 4IItle web that tells what men do. New lodgis aie lieiug organied rapidl, anil all the ulicad.x woik ing lodges aie keeping the Hccro tai, Ticasitici's ollbe iroxxded with oideis for new policies. No oigauiatiou in the gieat stale of Oklahoma is built upon a lmne sound foundation than the IC. fc L. of II . With the advantages nffeied the nu'iiibcis of this fra ternity it means M hat within a short time the older will be well established all oxer the state. Its policies aie the best and the cost 10 maintain mcmhciship is much less lliau am other like orguni.a Hon. People aie writing Dr. Iliiniphiex to visit their 01111111111 ities mill plant the older and if you want to join the band of ear nest woikcrs do as oiheis, write him. Contclantloui, An editor of n New York mngaxlne recently rccelxed a story of which tlie scene v na laid In the state of WnNlilnRtor. Ho x tailed to have thi nlor llltiBtrntedj npd In order to ob tain the best local detnll ho sent the manuscript to n young nrttst out In Washington llcfore doing bo, how er. ho scrawled hastily across the lop of the first pago tho address of tho writer, xvhlch dtd not othervxlse ppear on tlie mnniiHcrliit. ft was "Shellon. Wash " With the story the editor sent n letter nailing the artist to make a wash drawing of a certain 'ff.ptllft arotin ullH furn rtr.l O an isnnr AxSfislble fly return mall tho ed vJhmUvii pn-nnlous reply from iK yoiyJiTijl artist, huy,nr. "I note 1 j.j twvu tuu iu 1IB4 SLenon h 1 do not knoxv of any nich th nor do any of the dealers out s.M'i i.i' m:s Mis. lieoige .s-roll. o I loll 'spiiugs. Mississippi aciomn.inied b. her litth. son llniold ami gi.indsou .Mallalieii, utiixcd Sun jl.i.x, Wiiue 1st, for a isi with '''' daughieis, .Mis. . i. n, phre.x mid .Mis. S. L. .lames. .Mis. '"11 is a chillier iiieiiib(r o the Inst Household of Kiilli cstab bshed 111 .Mississippi.. pi 1 lie luisa Star will icacli .Mr. T. I!. Wohiisou fiee for ihrco ''Hi" -'is .Mr. Wohiisou is not able to pax for the subscription. The inmates of iueka House hold of Huih, ,s Hi,, jr.lu. ,, -rx siicu-ssful entertainment the veiling of . :!,i. Hex. W. O. Claik. I i:.. c. M. I'.. Chimb of Okniiilgie. was in Hie (il. last u-ek. Kev. H. (i. liiriL., pastor ('. M. H. chuicli. Tulsa, visited with riiemls hen- j,st xxeek. .m,.s. ,., f fen accompanied the K'eveiend Our own Kev. ('. H. Houston of Ihis iil., filled his pulpit at Ta lior last week. Mr It Han is is doing the finishing woik on 1 In c. i r Hunch. .Mr. Ilauis hIu-hh. '..,..l glMHl woik, .Mi's. V. IC. Vales is visitimr Relatives ami liiends in Sheinian, icus. we Know .Mrs. rates ma n.x liiends aie glml to have her with them. Dr. W. I!. Iliiiupliiivx is kept busx these duxs looking after the silk. IMitoi Sinithernian, of the Tul sa Star, was in the city last week. The Star, ere long, must In- lead in cci. home in this cil.x. .Miss Kuth Shoemake was ojvr ated on hx Dr. W. I!. Hnmi,!.,,... The Dr. did 11 irooil inl. 1 n',. patient is up and on dutv. Itevs. i:. ). Williams. Chiim. Itraxier, .Mr. Isaac Claudy and .Mis. Cornelia Tlmmns i(i,....l.l the Sunday school congiess at .Muskogee. The Knights and Ladies of Honor aie piep.iriii'' to build a hall. This older has the lai-enst iiiembetship of anv order in tlir city and their menibeiship eon- linues to glow .Mis. Mollie FI.miii urrixed with her daughters last x--ek - from Ttiluluissee school. Mnn.x Sapulpains will lake in the musical by Hooker T. Wash ington's band' at Tulsa the 20th hist. .Mis. Anna It. Daniels, Itev. H. D. Williams and Mrs. Floiemc Hooker aie ilelegales to tho Knights of Honor Grand Lodge. The Tuskegce Hand Orchestra anil Glee Glub which will render House fn this city next Friday night, June the 20th. SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR 1ULSA, OKLAHOMA", FUlDAV, JUNK which Tneels Wulx 1 J.", at Wag oner, Okla. .Mr ( Mils I'nderwood, a prom Ohio, to isit his daughter. Mis. It. T.lrr ol Okmulgw, is xisiting her sister. Mis. W. II. ruriie. Mr. H. A. litter, the popular tniloi, has opened a lirst class tailor shop and b.nber shop 011 Noilh .Main sheet t tuner llobson. l.-t the people palroiiie .Mr. Ill ler and make him siuieed in his cl toils to rise in the business world. Itev. .1. ('. .Mitchell preached an able sermon at .Mt. Olive Itaptist Church Siinda. morning and night. Itev. .Mitchell is one of the piogiesshe lxe of xoung ministeis. Mis. II. D. Class left for .Mem phis, Tenn., Sitiulax to meet her sister reliiiuing li'om school Sn Atlanta, Cm. The, will matiicii Lite in the Noim.il at Checotah, HUM. Ilex, r.iookius pastor of the A. .M. II. Chinch, is leaving 110 stone until 1 in his ei foils to com plele the church building. Itev I'.lnoknis deseixes Hit- miiiiioiI of all the in'oiiIc. Itev. 1 .M. List of Holey, is in the cit.. Mis. W. It. Iluiniihiev and S. L. Waines lei I Moiidnv lor Okiuulireo wheie (hex will take in the Nor mal. Mr. W. D. Oxxens is on the si. k lis!. .Mr. Owens' many friends wish him a speedx recoxvrx. Children's day exercises at the A. .M. II. chinch Sunday niglil xx-as a lomplimeiil to the efforts of Mis. liiookins. Itev. W. II. Woods, or Tulsa, was with the Itaptist congrega lion heie Sumlax niidil. otey Man In Town T. M. Ilaynes, founder of Holey, the gieatest neimi inetionolis in the I'nited State, wan in Tulsa several days this week on busincnn matters and oxiiressnl a belief while here that this is without doubt the lxt town in tho stale at this time- except I'.ole.x, which toxvn, of course, he is expected to uphold. .Mr. Hnynes tutin a successful Dank at Holey and has hjient thousands of dollars adveilising and Uiostiiig the toxvn. He Ms noxv engaged in founding another colored toxvn known as Vernon, Oklahoma, which promises to be second onlx to llolex. Cornered. "That chnulfeur wxs a grcal dlsap polntuent." "I UiouKht lie ould be." "Hut ou gaxe him a letter of recoia memla'liin " "Of cour?o Awl I advise you to do the snrre It's the onlv way to get bio) to jen pencra'.ih " 13, 1913 SIXTEEN NEW iWENTION Wealthy Golored Man a Gznious W. A. Heinle, retired capitalist of" Sapulp.1, xvas a visitor in this cilx .Monday ami while here it was learned that he is soon to leax'e with Ids family rOI. Washington, 1. '., xvheie he will serine iatenls for about sixteen model 11 inveii lions including a wonderful rail load device. .Mr. Hentie apears to be a "gentleman of leisuie" bill these inxentions shows that his mind is very aclixe. Ilesides this inx-enlixe genius, .Mr. Hentie is a full develoned noel. If lu should publish his kcius, many of which me ladened xvith a burn. in-' eoiiipasion for the xvenk nn.l oppressed, and at the same time a saurian contempt for the stroii-' and omiressive. he xvonlil ascend at once to the throne or fame. Like the immortal Slml;esieare, he has touched upon nearly ex-ery phase ol lire in his poems. His mannscripl is kept at home and Jiis dex-oted xviTe, like all good, fiue x omen xvould do, jealously gum ds the tieasuies. It is a piti that the xvorld should be denied these riches, but .Mr. Hentie has not xet decided to publish them. Another4' White hope' Vanished Tin jiedesfriaus on First Street letveen Main and Huston, lust Tuesday about noon, were riven a fieu exhibition or ueinndf;,. riglnhiK when a one-leLL'od nei'rn known as "Shorty," who rung a some siana 111 mat block, mount ed a white man known as "Kid" Conner" I lie ntK'ilisf mill u-itl. i... regard wiuitever for the estofd isli. I "! ', .. ur ed lilies of the sounied nnn:i. plued a regular fistic tntloo on the race or hLs fallen victim. "Sliorty" is a favorite with all the white ieople in that vicinity and of course they all look side's xvith him as against the 'xvJiito man. The fight started when the MhCte mini, after (otherxxtise im posing on the colored man. ennwil him for a black . saviutr ho could whip any fxvo "niggers" in Oklahoma. At this "Short v" knocked him down and crawling on him landed upjicr cuts, sliort jnbs, and left 11111I right sxvings from all angles. inn evidently this was not Iiav iliK the desired eHee! on m mi. gilist, and "Shorfy" took a good bite of white meat from the cheek of the man as he cried loudlv for help. Vhu the policemun nrrived the wlute pugilist was wveral a program at thebniild Opii Siibscriptioii $1.00 por Yoa blocks away, piobably faking a stunt to impioxe his xvind. Uc xvas nlMiut to arrest the one legged colored man xvhen everv white iiuin who had withnessed tho figlit protested and "Shorty" xviih left alone to shine hIiocs. m PICNIC WH - vV Jhetw.Mhos' b.iibecueand pic nic to 1M. given at the Midway Imk Wane LSlh and lilfh is plan lied to be a big thing, and judging -.... ,,- ,,ei-esi noxv ueing man iresie.l, ,t Wi R. K0I.j0US eU(J. cess. This will be a great adver tisement for Tulsa as jieople from nil the neighboring towns and ru ral districts will attend this tel ebration. One or the galla fealuiVH of this telebration will lie a sensational leap l rum a balloon in a para chute. The air man is already heiv ami will make the ascension on Hie arteriioon or either the lSlh or Iflth. Noted oratois Troiii Muskog and oilier places will deliver pa triotic sieeches and the two days will be sK'iif in one continuous round or pleasure. Will Publish Poems L. (). Conner, noxe ..mnim-,,, 1.,, the Porter Tailoiin.r ,.,.,,. this city, will soon nnl.liwii 1. lii- or iMieins, all his oxx-n iwinnw.o!. lion, which lie will offer to the puniic lor a very small price, con Hidenng the heavy excuse of pub lication, etc., incidental to pub lishing a book. Mr. Conner has a number of poems which he has coniMised from lime to lime, but h(. will not publish all or them in lii riisi book, preferring to start ofr on a small scale and enlarge as pub lic demand for ,js work grown. The book is being printed by '.fiiudmo.1 JJiitiiiu.r .niij, iispi,!, oiij, Tickets On Sale For Tuskegce Doings The Tuskegce Hand, Orchestra and Glee Club, which will piny in (lie Grand Ojiera House hero next Friday night, will greet a full house of appreciative music lovers. Doubtless many hundred people will be turned axvay from Ihe op era house for hick or available seals. The rush for HpLti.Iu i...u already started and by Friday morning theie will piobably lie no seals left vacant. Tickets .110 now on sale at tlie Fconomy Drug Storo on North Grcenxvood, tho Nethorlund Bnrbor Shop and the Star Cleaning Parlor on North Boston. After the 17th of June tickets xvill bo on sal at tho Hex- Drug Storo en So. Main NOTED VOCALIST COMING Prof. II. B. Britt, a vocaliat of national fame xvill sing at the Fiiat liapbi t church next Tjesdn night A pr gram of local talant will be rendered. Kvgry invited. Admissio.v 10 Cents. "5s. a aom sianinsnnc: Let us do next printing, for you V It you can semi nis n tube I ju"be glad to Make tlie draxrlnr'