The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 47, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 19, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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i am le'idy lit nil t tnios to vdl
111 (!ni incuts on p.ijmcnts. It
II In' to your inlviintn-te to make
mi scli'i'tions now. while stock
complete in stales iintl sics.
1'ALI. CI.OI'II COAIS
pc lot or f.ill to. lis Hindi's 111 tine
isoitmrnl of tlolh rnliins . lines to
III go Tor nn.iiiiiUr of this uck
OiIht mat xPori.iU .it $S.!)i to $111
ICOA'IS l"()lt MLSSKS
pccial nltiillion is dim ted "To our
lowing in mat slles fin missis .mil
lilldii'ii. M.iloil.ils of plusli ilil
lit I cloth r.ilniis. In .ilmosl ewi
ii.iginablc slle Pi bed for the lest
f this wick's silling nl S'i to jlS.I"
I 1'I.USll COAIS SI'KCIAI.
'in- the l est of this wuk we have
tleited about 2i minibus in fine
lush mats. ItiKiiKir slt.'i .ihus. niitl
ley no for om iboiie .it $Jl S
OllllTH up tn $!
3 MOIti: IDLKItS
Dlhtlnrtlun .Made IIUwu-ii the Di-rclise llliiltl date of Otlober 1(1.
jWraltli) Iilb-r unit Viiitrant.. 'I his app u-s to me nwoilli a million
j ilollais us well as to the iiiilin.ir
OKLAHOMA Cin Okla. (lit. l(i. loafer. Coiintx Councils or DiTt use
(Spui.il.) 'Ilial no idle man shall me uilted I d in inuipi-lliuit iin-
inain in Oklahoma while the n.i- einploMil men or iliafl sine to work
jn i sin uiKcnl mt-il of war woik- or suffer must on Ihe tbaiite or
THE ANDERSON GROCERY
r'e are dealers in First-Class Lino of Groceries and Market Meats
irders and Deliver Promptly. Try us when you order again.
fa cater to our customers. We give Special Attention to All
L. C. ANDERSON Prop.
"hone 2173. 501 North Greenwood Avenue.
YOUNIsjMAN'S red cross piiakmagy
lolul llrail) 'lul-.i Oklahoma l'lione ti'll
lave Your Prescriptions Killed Here Correctly and at Hijjbt
Vc handle all kinds of Ilulihor Goods Trusses Klxstic Stockinifs
to Your Mea-sure.
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
Uemembcr It Is Tlio
POST OIPICE DRUG STORE
j IH THE 11RADY HOTEL
f You Arc Looking For Real
THE TULSA HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY COMPANY
Hi .South .Main Stiect
fo Sell Buy And Exchange Furniture. Our Prices Are Just .Right.
JOHN T. MILLER Proprietor.
jllO.Ni: Hi; I
iv. c. m:ii)
HON O'JI. Ml!SKO(Ii:i: OKLA.
V. C. KLII) INVi:SI'.MI'.NT COMPANY
1'ariii Lands anil Loans
r.stoe Hiillilin- (Iriiiiiul I'loor.
SpGclnl JDJ&poiisntian. Joiiiti FcGijHi.
Knights of Pythias Lodges
Do Yonr BIT by
roil I'Alt'l ICULAHS SKK:
'J. II. HOLLKItS
I 523 N. Cri-enwood St.
ofui:vs iik. it (.itm:si us '
j MMIKI'U mm:( ll.
Woiii-ln who .lie looking foi i sei
Ucublj .mil sllish suit .it modi I. ilc
nisi lill be iiiluesled ill this lot or
it (-ulnr iii suits foi selling isl ol
lllis w;ctk .it Sll"
Oilier Suit Spe.iaN nl $l.r $20-D.
$IJ..1() $ll.i) to $I.2m"10
I'laid iind slii(l silks. Ill .ill sbides
llli inches wide. Hcgului giude.
I'm iivl ol wick .it -$l.li"i
.".llli Minis of fine ipi ihtv tCoigelle.
Cliime of .ill itilois. HfKiil.il 1!.."1
lti.uU. Speiiul for lest of the wnk
.il - "
Novilly iiml Mm nl patluns in tom-
fmt ih.illis IK. iik lies wide. Ilt-gii
I ii I'ic v.uil .Sptii.il fm lb ll"t "r
the wetk - rr
cis is tin meaning ol tin- "Wink oi
HKl'l "'" vslml' y.sl.1"l
1 1 tun the Oklahom.i St.ilf (.ounul of
Bargains in Furniture Just Visit
IM . 1IOWAIU)
107 X. Cri'i'iiuootl SI
(.IM.IIWI SIMM I VI
J.llllll nils of tsti.i fine ginghams.
In all in w p.illuns Hi gill. n I'u a
ml Spuiil fm ies of Ihe wiik
.il. v.ild .In-
One lol of Hue knit thildicn's '1 m
bins. Ilcgulur 7.V stilus. Speuiil
Im ies of Ihe wiik nl -d'lc
spkcials nto mmt.n's and
One lol of men's icguliir -'JO suits in
picll new p.illeiiis and mini lugs
Suits lli.it .ue t in. 1 tnlloicil. Spe-
iiul foi lest of Ibis wick ill $12 8.
Ollur mi'iiV'i'ilK. npiu.il at $1 1 S.I.
$20 $J '() rjJI to J""
Htivs' soils III ngts horn II! to IS
eius. A ci l.w Kf shovsing .mil
spuiullv pin cil foi if or lllis wuk
.it $" t tV
sikh: sfi:( iai.s
Womin's (Jiicen (Ju.ihlv osleol.iis.il
fo bonis MiIiI.im bet Is In
bl.uk giav .mil blown IU-itul.li -X.'iD
I or the piesent at li-asl uiiii-i-sstntial
iiidiisliii-s will not hi- m-
ailed fm si-iuii- in war piodiic-
turn plants. Iiiuncdiale ami ihaslie
mtiou is asked b Ihe Slate Coiimil
mid men who an- not i cental 1-. cm-plo.M-d
will be iliiniiiliaU'K it-polled
ami iir-tt-il lo ml to some planl Liil-
llilt in whiili lhe will be taken pei-
sniialK In fin e the local than bo.iiil
mil the ill aft boaid icipicslul to in.
iiml Ihem into stiMte mull r Ihe
woik or fi-tht older.
Il ihiittion of !ot I nor Wil-
liams Mr. I.ii(!fiif Im-ii. ccuilic
hall offuei b is insli in led all ilia ft
Im. ii tls loissue Ihe pi opt r I'm in for
all men hioii-thl lo (In in the
pohie or ioimt i mini lis of ill Tense
upon tin ii stains bein-t ilclci iniiictl.
Ihe possession of piopellv is not
sul fluent leasoii li men should he
idle tliiniift Ibis uisis
Offiti.il iiiToi mation shows that
I'I'UHHI iinskilltil in kint'ii are ic-
ipurcil to t . i on the opeialious of
laifte plants whiih me csptileil to
fuiuisli the Amu if an aim with
hiitli t-Nplosivts whiili an essential
to mt'i it .in u Iom liite supplits
of these having hct-ii ileslioM-d in
the I ci cut ill-shut turn of i astern
COIOKKI) MAN I'ltOIKSI 'IO LA-
IIOH DKI'AIU'MK.NT AdAI.NSI'
Cubirtil Man Itispiinils to (invent-int-iit'H
Call I'ur Mt-rliiiiiirs And Ih
Told "()nl) hilt- .Men are Wanted
Muskogte Oklahoma Ot t. 11.-
Dcpartiiieut of Labor
Washliiglou. I). C.
l-'irsl I ilesiie to slide that I am a
met bailie haUng folluucd m bade
for Is fills -fist- )t-ars ami a eonlrac-
(tor and biuldci.and fiel Ihal I am as
good along ni line ns nil) man in the
Uliilfd Slab's; I am not just talking
hut fan furnish rfffii-ute as lo my
worth as a mi-rhanic.
Wliat I am bjing to convey is I
hae ofrered m serices to the lot al
houid at Tulsa three different times
and on each oteassinn I base been
rejected on Ihe giomid that only
white men aie being cinploji'd by
said board for the goM-rnment.
'Ibis ho.ii il has u sign out which
it-ads: "III iik lasers Plumbers mid
Caipenlers elf. Wanted" 'I hey were
kind enough to offer to "ship" me ns
a i minium laborer but I figure I am
worth mm e to the government since
no one will ipiesliou my worth us n
mct-hanie. If the Coloied race tan
not gi-t rt-fognition through our
board nt Tulsa then Ihe Km eminent
should give us n man of our own race
to look nfter such matters.
I am .still ready and over anxious
lo offer in) services to my country
as a mechanic and along with me I
can carry n number of other Colored
I trust on honorable gentlemen
Millies for the I est of this week
Women's Ouicii Ou.iliU boots I ouis
uiuicil lit-tls. In gniv biowniiir
.mil while. Itrgular --Mi; Mi'ucs I in
Ihe lest of Ibis wcik nl . $12.00
Men's liiiituoo shoes. In blown in
bl.iek. Mi mitlil swing iiml I nitlish
lusls. uVliics to si". Chnue foi u-st
of Ibis week .il .. - . jJ'j.-0
l!n s iiml tn Is si hool shoes. Ml Lists
is bl iik or blown. Spinal Tor lest
of this week nl
$J.'I1 $1.1" $1.11 ii to Jrt.io
Women's Oueeii (.luulilv lil.it k bonis
lliittou in I. in- l.ouis iom led bids
lso IimIIiu' bills. Speiiul for rest
of tins wcik $100. $7..1(l $10. $ll..10
NO.NIlKKI'l'L VAI.l'KS I.N mm
One lol of tihumed Ii Ms in vilvels
I Willi told f.iiiu-ts also nlhei m.i
I tenuis Mum poke stlcs. II.ils
.lh.it me win 111 i itu-.it dial moie to
for iboiie .it $7..1(l
I One olhci lol of M'hil h lis in l.iil-
I in cil uioilcs Choice of all the pnpil-
' I. n fall minis Mso (.litis do for
lest of this Wick at limit.' $100
will ttiu me a rcplj to iii iiininmni-
f.ilioii -nl once.
Yuuis i-rj ti uly.
11)15 South 'lliird Sliit-I
IS AILAM'A l'LACi: IO I.OCA'I K
HACK'S (iltKATKSr KM Kltl'IO.SK?
'to Hit- proposition to found ami
ist.iblisli It.uc's Ciliui's 'I I list nun-
pail) we bow out heads in uiiipiuli-
liul assiul and sa) tin ft- ilucis lor
Ihe piomolus. Il is imliiil an op
poiliuie time foi the .Ncgio business
man to gel hold of smaller business
ami oiganie U into elfcilive ilian-
ni Is lot loustiuitive iitliieveiiieiits
in the business world.
.Nothing is levelling nunc Ihe
i-ionouuc piogiess of the Hate than
the v annus taiupaigiis now being
minim led b) Ihe guvei ninenl tou-
liiigtnt upon the Ntgio.
'ihe t'Ngio while all togelhei too
eli.ivag.ini in Ihe main has hi en ic-
markabl) tluifl) desiite mail)
hamlicaps in the avenues or bullish v
and big business and I u-iiliuc to
sa) lli.it with tonsil in live oigaii.
ialiou the hlatk man will )ct sur-
piise this nation in Ihe field or big
business. Hut liat k to om test: mold
we feel safe in locating sin h an in-
stitution in the plate now being
mentioned With no ihspaiagcmciil
to our good fiiends who it-side in
tills section to conti nii.illy ignoie
suih outrages that have btfalleu this
section is tubulated to do nothing
less than to peipelu.ilL- this condition
among theiu. 'I lie best Mends of
the rate c-spect nothing less or us
than to it-sent these outrages ami are
illleil) disappointed when we fail
to do so.
Let us have the nrg.iiiiation hut
at the same time lit us put some
premium upon toimuunilies whiih
have a belter letnril for law and
order and Ihe common lights of Ihe
univers.i) ulic-n. Afiiian Method-
ist. Hev. C. L. Nelheilaml gave us
some job piiuting tills wtek.
Ilishop II. II. Parks is quoted as
ire.it h In other that "lllis Is nil age
of intelligent e. And unlt.s u c.iiuli-
d.ile for the ministry biings along u
plenl) or il his name is ilenis." 'I hat
is a fine sentiment. Hut Hie Ilishop
.should have- gone a step fruitier and
edded "good charai Icr." Portland
Mr. A. W. 'I'm k of Nowata wus In
our cil) this week unci lias ileiideil
to do canvassing for 'I lie Star in the
Sale of Oklahoma and Kansas.
Phone us )our local news. We
want to pilnt Ihe news aboiil evr)-
bod). Don't be bashful I
1 ty$i'&'Mi&$r' $H'A
S'J Strictly Modern Rooms
A l'lne Kor The Best People
iiwmtmncs at iii:i wim.
Mis I W K li iiml little il.iuithlcr
(n'lni'i.i I.. wife and il.iuthli-r of Dr.
I' W. Isvle ictuiuctl to the eily Inst
iliduv fi oin l.ouisi.in.i where they
spent the sumuifr visiting icl.itiw-s.
Iht have line iiiurtirs at the ltt-il
Wiii(t while the will ni.ike there
Mr. J. W. Il.ii her a piomiiu-iit
lilii-n of Ncvvkiik Okbi. weie
u-gisti-ml the the lied Wing last
Mi. Alfit-il Leflore nfler spend-
nig the summer in Wit liit.i :ilu Is
li.uk at the lied Willi-.
Ainonit the guesls ri-gislircd List
liit-sd.it weie Mr. (i. W. rtiiffiii
ll.iskill Okl.i Mr. Durham Count
C p Dodge; Mr. I'letihir llmuilton
Cit and Mi. It. I.. 1)1. ike Kansas
"1 In Hid Wui(t is i nit i' s.ife up-to.
d.ile pi. lie to lie.
Mr. ami Mis. Mi-Taylor Mr. John
JSIt-waril lift last Monday for Wuio
'li-s.is to isil with relatives.
Miss Kcnnli George rt-isti-ritt
last Saturilav and will make the lied
Wuit her fiilure home.
We have two or three very like
rooms to It-t. Il.itt-s ..'! SI) to $10(1
Mrs. I'lorenie Mam of Tulsa with
her sisler Mis. Ilattie Johnson of
Mis. '1 liouipsou will cult I lain vib
a whist pally l'rid.i) In honor of M
lliittou or Supulpa.
Mis. .Mar Hogg of Noilli il.in
foul lntl is sulleiiiiglruui u l loke
of pa -')sis.
Mr. II. W. llagsdnlt manager of
Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 brought
us in a niie ortlc-r for c-omuii-rciul
printing this week. Mr. Ilagstlale is
one who believes in encouraging
'I belt- were several men of our
rate and a woman or so burl in an
niilouiohllc smash-up here Monday
CIIICAtiO .STACK NOTK8
(II) Sylvester Itussell.)
'Iom Hi own Ihe well known actor
of Ihe Lufuu'ttc Stotk toiiipaiiy is
ill in New- Yoik eily.
t Corgi- Heil) husband of foimi-r
Mis. Ilaililv Love died last week.
'Hie K. of 1'. band turned out.
('. J. Jatksou the well known
popular jeweler was master of
leieinoiues of the Waller A. M. K.
.ion thiirth humpict givin by the
Soii.il i luh of Ihe ihuith. Mr.
Jaiksoii is a diamond broker and
I ei elves onlers by mail at his office.
the Jobannas Jossefrnu It eland-
e-rs liotipe i losed with a circus liure
and will sail hnmedlately for Cuba.
Samuel New man the Colored mem-
btr a foot and leg wrestler is u
v.oniluful tilhlete. He was the first
athlete to introduce the secret sport
known as "(illin.i" In his country In
Kid Checkers the Colored actor
soldier whose name in private life
Is Sylvester Meyers who wus trans-
fund from the American expedi-
tion fones to the Canadian ui my in
France where- he killed ten (!er-
maiis suffers bolb from wounds and
gas poisoning from which the doc-
tors siiy he will not recover and is
due- to die in U da)s. The- wonder
of it all is that he Is around every
day with the- actors having a merry
lime every day us happy us cun be
and savs he feels better than on the
day of his arrival.
'I lie Star is anxious to secure an
eneigelic- circulator for the- Daily
and Weekly Star. This is u good po-
sition for Hie person who believes
in gelling up and going after things.
It pays well and is open for either
a man or u woman. Call to see us.
A Co-Ahead young woman will Iind
il ti paying propocitiou.
NOTrCK TO THE I'UULIC
We desire to notify our patrons
that hereafter the Union Grocery
store at 12J north Greenwood will
be closed on Sundays The store will
close promptly at 12 o'clock on Sat-
urday nights and remain closed un-
til Monday morning.
DUNCAN A CLINTON
J. T. Pml-y J. Proprietor.
The Host Arranged -aid Best Con-
duccted Colored Hotel in the Coun-
try. If you want Urst-clas accom-
modations stop at same
RATES PER DAY. ..60 .76 81.00
SPEO'L RATES BY THX WEEK
f3.00 and UP
'I aft Okla. have st-ciiri-d u very nice
Taft Okla hut- st-rureil t-rj nice
tpiaitus ami will make the lied
Wiiitf their home.
Mr. II. i:. linker u promhit-ut oil
man of Aithnore Okla. weie ri-nis-tirt-d
Mr. and Mis. L. C. Ckinons were
u-KisU-red last luesda). Mr Clem-on-
is u utj suftessrul business man
of Kansas Lit) .Mo. He lumplimenl-
fd the Heil Wing t-r hilil and
when they ritum to Kuiisas Cit they
will be u Itul Wing booster.
Mr-. S. S. dates o( IiCanilUr Okla
win- rt-Kisleieil last Moliilu).
Miss Lula Larrul is un the sick list
lo insure our guests touiforl for
the wiutir Ihe niauagi-meut stuteil
that be has put in a largo order fur
gas ami t n.i I slows.
Mr. Jus. Stair was a visitor In
Muskogee last Tuesday.
Mr. Solium (lidding of MeAltster
Okla. was at the llul Wing lust Wed-iit-sduy.
Whether you cunie to Tulsu lo live
or just for a visit of course you would
want a nice tomf or table place to
stop. 'Iliis with very reasonable
rates will be found ut the lied Wing.
Mrs. M. Wudly of Las Vegus N. &!.
is nl the bedside of her daughter
Miss .Minnie l'ostur. Who has been
'Ihe Holey Progress referring to
a visit of a Tulsau lu that town
Mr. Andrew McCrt-gor of Tulsu
Okla. wus one of the- visitors to the
statu fuir. He wus one of Ihe promo
lers in Hie- way of selling whips
walking cuius and many other fun-c-ies.
During his stay be stopped
ut Mrs C K. Say les where every-
thing was us line us it could be lu the
wuy of sleeping uuil he took meals
at the City Cute. He declared that
il wus the best cooked food and the
people at that place were more so-
cial than any place he hud ever gone.
He declared that he shall never for-
get Mrs. C. K. Sayle-s and Ihe people
of the City Cafe.
'Ihe killing of two Negro women
Ibis week by u vicious and ignorant
Italian giocery nun because they re-
fused lo accept goods they did not
want is another logical reason If
uny more were needed why Ne
groes should learn to patronize their
own places of business. Kansas City
SOLDIKIl HOY'S TALK
'lliu Tulsu tSur gives me more
courage than all other pjpers
throughout the country. 1 luck
worth lo make clear my apprecia-
tion of your .statement about "Old
VurduHion" hut 1 have been wonder
ing and thinking if I go to l-'runce
and get back will things he belter?
Will I have u white mail's chance
too. If I go over und fight the huns
every Inch without tail will my
brother I lef (behind be lynched
without at rial.
If while I am helping to lick the
hull! will my old fulher be inarched
to a tree and roped by u mob with
If I go ove-r and lick twenty-five
huns and should I die before I get
hack will my poor old mother he
Jim-crowed because she is black?
If I go over and do my hit and
while I am away my sister hoards a
street car and sits down beside u
white girl will the white girl turn
up her nose und have u fit?
If I go over und help give the
kaist-r hell of which every second
he is now getting will I sec at night
lu a vision the- sparks going up from
my old home that southern ruffians
I'llIVATK N0HMAN HIGGS
Camp Dodge la.
Co. L. Dclevement Un. No. 2.
We want 20 suiull boys to sell the
Stur each day; we allow them one-
hulf of all Ihey make. It is true
there Is not much money In it hut It
beuts loafing und too It is u primary
lesson In business for y-ur child.
Send them to the oftlce and let us
Detective Smltheruian picked up
three crap shooters Thursday night.
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