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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

THE TULSA STAR. Saturday. May. 1. 1020. I' TV I' -?&, PAGE FIVE I 1 (I Jocalancl O octal Jews 1 Modern I'riscilla Entertained. Tla Ladies of the Modern Priscil la Club were happil.v sm prised 10 1)0 most ioiill entertained Wed i'esda afternoon at tla- residence or Mrs. S. I). Hooker, who as host ess served an appetizing two course luncheon. Her color scheme was pink and green. with credit in a contest. Dr. Williams an eflleient pharma cist is now emploed at the Econo m Drug comp.in.v Mrs. I.ahoma Carter left Thurs da night for Detroit, Mich., where she will join her husband, Mr. 1'. C. Carter. Mrs. Fannie, Williams of .lenks. Okui., died early Thursday morning. Mrs. Gladys llrown. Dreamland's' artistic piano pla.ser, left for Mus- kogce, Thursday niorninu for ;i short sta. Mr. C- G. Lowe was in Tulsa Thursday winding up business for the former Rngsdale Undertaking company, of Tulsa and Muskogee. Mr. Harkey or lhe "Tulsa Under taking company went to Muskogee Wednesday afternoon. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

PAGE SIX THE TLfSX STR. Saf-rday, Mi 1. 120 BRIEF RACE NOTES ' fxsed Frutio. betwee: -he boards "'-.".rolli'ig thi vhiy! brouaht a-bo-t hi ii:r -jI. Htai-trai h Cathrt4 from Many Sources Illustrating Per- gluten Race Progrea. The palatial home in Greenwo.id Park, Greenwood, a pleasure park or Nashville, Tenn., of the Hev. ami Mr. Preton Taylor, rt the re plemlent wene of a reception ten dered to the stockholder of the One Cent Savin? Hank, with Mr. and Mr. Carroll Napier Langiton as tlv rliii'f gue4s of honor. Mr. 1-angv ton hail served notice of hi re tirement a cashier at an . early date, and the reception served thp double iwriKMf of entertaining the stockholders and according to Cash it Napier the honor due him for sixteen sears of highly efficient and faithful service in the intereat of this noted One Cent Savings Hank Mr (.angoton is a devendant and talented representative of two of tin most distinguished Negro fami lies America has produced. One of his ancestors is the late e...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

Till. TU.SA STH, Saturday Ma, 1, 1020. PAGE SEVEN Your Horoscope LEARN WHAT the stars and plan ets say about j our future. If you ex pect to make any changes during the ear, by all means have an As trologer point out the days and dates when the planets are favorable for your interests. These are critical tunes and ou need counsel and ad vice as never before. If you have mode errors in the past see that you do not make them in the future. 'I here is no disputing the fact that the Astrologer can point out with re markable accuracy and fortell com ing events which nrj beyond the er of the average mind to fore- Surely you are interested in your, self and want 'to know more abo.it .our future. We send jou a lengthy Astrological Heading covering the entire ear; one that you can consult today and prepare for what is coin ing tomorrow. As long as jour star ol Destiny is favoring you, your af ffirs will run smooth and prosper, t bin when the planets are in evil as pect everything goes wrong,...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

PAGF LIMIT JHfc Tt.SK STR Saturdav M 1 1 On T 3S3ESCT2 TULSH'S COLORED BUISNESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHUROH corner Laaton and Elgin. .Sunday School. .30 a.m.. Preacn ln: 11 JO .m-, and 8 pJB.. Mid week Service, Wednesday, "JO P m.; II. Y. I'. L Sunday, iO pJn Come ami worship with u. You arc welcome. It A. WJJiriAkhK, Pastor. Phone. Uugc 13C3. THE METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH. North Lansing Street xjixiay School. 30 am-, Preach- ir 11:00 .m. and .00 p-m., Hotue MuMon Thursdays. HEY. L. N. BRYANT, Pastor. Ihne: Osage 4562, Residence, Ml North Bulht Street. VERNON A M E. CHURCH, Myer"s Hall, 61 -J k. Archer SL Sabbath School 9.00 a.m., Preach ing 11:00 am, Allen Endeavor Uague, 5 00 pm-, Pre-ching, 7.00 pin., Choir Practice, Wednesday evening. 8.00 piu, Class Meeting, TTiursday is.00 pin ItrTW. R JLChEH, Pastor. F1RSJAPT1SI CHLKC1I O Jactvi diid 1-at Archer SU Sunday Sttiool 'J -Ai in , Preach ing: 11 a-wv; B . V L i0 - Naht Sericei, 8 00 p m , Mid Wtek Semcei, We...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920
Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

THE TULSA STAR Snlurdm, Mtv 1. 1020 "!'". ' - ' ' ' !'.' ill ill II IMlfMTlfV CLZCi?JL ifttMMlMMMMM 'JIIK TILSA -1 m; A J. S.dlTlIERAlAN, Editor ami Publisher. Entered us Second Class Mail Mutter nt TuIrh, Oklahoma. "" ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.50 Three. Month 1 00 All Subscriptions Must In- Paid in Advance ALUI5RT HMITIIERAIAN, Circulation .Manager- II.I'.''H jtmLLiwju L.jja.'uiJiwmMiu-ii- CASH CRBJJIT IF You lluvelt IF You Want. II Our REFRIGERATORS tt'i'y.w'wvy.wiW'nAnr.rlr.n,.niir!KHtKKnw S X X X S X s X X X X X X X Why Cary Inferior Insurance? When your Money w : Buy the best MEMBER nnsr im service "TO-MORROW." By Carrie W. Clifford Tomorrow! iimkic word of promise fair, Wtyit witchery inheres in they sweet name, Inspiring wild ambition nnuhl can tame To conquer failure, here or otherwhere; The rosy rapture thou dost ever bear Upon they brow, is but the beacon flame The luminous loadstone luring on to fame And high endeavor! Simple friend, beware The foo...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 May 1920

illl 1US SI H, Sii..i,l Mi I 1 PAC.F FLrvrA ' I Men's Brogue run nr m W Dark Brown Heavy Welt Sole MMX Hosiery Specials Pure Thread SUk Uosiery $1.95 Fiber Silk lloalery 59( 71 Upstairs Stores in 51 Citica SHOE SHOP Pure Silk Embroidered Hosiery $2.95 m Look These Values Over and Wlcn You Vall.'ii, 1'rlcva Oomc 4)onn. 320 Vi South Main Upstairs over Woolworth's New Black and Drown Suede Eyelet Tics fMSIO.85 Wt..5- kcV. Hanc Turned Soles, Covered Louis Heels, Widths A A lo 1 See for Yourself Why Seventy-One Upstairs Stores Operating as One Can Postively Save You $1.00 to $3.00 a Pair On Good Shoes a New Patent and Dull Eyelet Ties, Louis Heels Pumps Patent and Dull thers, High ouis Heels, Long Vamps A s$L m . Millibrv Oxfords V Dress 4k OJ! j j- X Ta t?A -- "X V & A AAAJfc IfcAte JL W X-T AAJb 4h Vb .v X fc J mmmw iw h& Vn in i nr K. WW smh mb, 1 w n wnuw yv wl,uu rtPy step up 1. . MI - '5j ri 0 X Dark Brora V ' :; 0 A Qfi n a r j K W and Black V'A f " Dress Oxfords M, Mw l e...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

' t T J I A Fearle3 Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colorca "weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weekly JMail Haitian VOLUME IX. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1020. NUMBER SIXTEEN New EVANS ADMINISTRATION' DEALS BACK-HAND BLOW TO COL ORED HOYS AND GIRLS R1VL COLORED MEN ON POLICE FORCE LIBRARY AIM'ROI'RI. ATION DISCONTINUED. The new administration tciok charge of the City government Tues day iifternonn under what was con sidered very favorable auspices. About 200 women were present and took part in the inaugural cere monies and tilled the commission room with flowers as tokens of their best wishes for the new ad ministration. "All flowers now," observed an onlooker, "but it'll be all stones be fore it's over." Mayor Evans issued bis "closed town" mandate to the police ap pointees and all took the oath of ob ligation pledgi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

pAUfc l'VO THE TULSA STAll, Saturday. Ma 8, 1920. yL Jocal and Social JVetvs Di Okl.i w eel. Hu'cv, Oklti C. H. Powell or Haitlesvillc, passed through till' c it llns ii ft it spending three ilas in 'I lie North Elgin lun is now open ed under ni'w management. A ri'iil nice, clean, root phllT tl) (Mil. Mr. .lamps 'lliomas of OkniulRoc was in the city on n short visit tills week. Mop at No. stii'i'l Tor rold llniurv. Ask drink. .S North Cincinnati ili'inks and confer- for Hint, a line (.Ii. rlc has given years of especial slum to his work and to him it is a mull art, and in this art he an expert of highest excellence. is Mr. Hell P. Hooker street Dallas, Texas Willis of .r2.' lust lei I this week for on a business trip. Itev. c. v as in II shell visit W. I.owe of Okmulgee ic cits this week on a Mr. A. W. Free n. a wealthy far mer, of Welcetka was in the oily this week as a delegate to the Men's Grand Lodge meeting. Wise 'Hie llev. .1 II. Abernuthy and a number of members of his enng'-...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

M l't r y. ', I,-' ' rn"M-Tririniirinn rm ti i i n i i n i - - -. . - . TULSH'S COLORED BUISNESS DIRECTORY Chttrrh nii-OPinr,, THE VrrX,AvR?CEY S,T0RE h,"C J;l:1 ,"pc"cd f Tii slol,L'' NV,e ,,u c'r headquarters. Tobacco Including heneli !o match. , , Tuinn qnnn LllUrCn UireCtOry w 505 E. Lustor- Street ic extend..., nn invitation to all. Cigars ami Cold Dr.nhs. Ws in M VMO.N NESS PIANO CO nic? "0I c extend nn invitation to our NNf l.ic flesh milk, eggs and but ,,. Harbor business 1"G N Green 'H5 S Cinclnimll Vve ' w i Street friends and others to gucus a tridl. If., meats mid hardware. Courteous ())ll M.t ,,,10lle oKe"2g06 Phone Osage G1G5. I V vini !" P,f "'"""""H & Dye Mi 7TnMPABrrT0-rnmTt,ntI Wc have a fine line of Groeenas, treatment in icturn. J. R. HELL Proo Tulsa Okbi " i .,' V, Cia.1 lallori8 'or Ladles. Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. M,,r.ts Milk-. Hntfot. i, Tt. HOY wiisiiv lv.,., - "l''lMili:; . ' "".' ... . , Ladies Ready-to-wear Garment, m corner Luston and Elgin Sunday Sc...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

pge Folk. THE TULSA STAlt. Saturday May 8, 1020. COLORED WOMAN DIES WITHOUT WIuL EstMe of JS26 In Cash Will Go White Foster Child From Whom She Was Separated. To Mrs. Huth Johnson Goodfellow. While, of New York, will receive an esb.te amounting to iSIR cah, left b Mrs. Carrie Johnson, a St. I-ouis Colored woman, ho died a year ago lait January. Mr. Jolinwn leftj no will. Te-stlmons showed that Mrs. Good fcllow was left at the home of In Colored woman when an Infant and renamed with her until 11 ears old, being .sent to the Old Cathedral p.in.clnal school. The Juvenile Cou-t then insisted that she he removed frrn the chaw of Mr. Johnson, and she was sent Ivast by a (jitholic pnesl and given h home with his parents. In lOIf) Mrs. Johnson em ploxeri a detective to locate the girl. It was found that she had married a Mr. Goodfellow, n furniture itiiimi fai'lurcr in Syracuse. It U said that the White woman olfered hi!r foster-mother employ ment as a house servant, lull tins er, never acc...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

Till Il'LSv SiUl. Salurdav, Max 8, 192(1. PACK FIVE Speial Surpjis We have on nnnd an excellent line of Suit and Pants Patterns, that will Bin prise you lo note that we are goitiK to sacrifice name at hiicIi low prices. Suits made to measure $45.00, Panta $12.50. THE SATISFACTORY TAILORING COMPANY Phone Osage 3771' TULSA, .877" MISS HALLIE BURTON, HAIR DRESSER 319 NORTH GREENWOOD STREET Under the Madam Ahford System. First Treatment $1.50 On Treatment every two weeks, 75 cents Hair Grower per lu .P cents. Pressing oil per box 25 cents. We tilso do funev and plain i Sewing here. . i 1 Madam M. T. Montgomery The Wonderful Hair Grower, When wanting .Goods that will do the real work, give her a trjal. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Sent by mail " 'anywhere. P. O. Sand Springs, Oklahoma. 10 cents extra by mail. , Lyitititi Hair Grower 50 cts Pressing Oil 25 cts Beauty Cream 50 cts Madam M. T. Montgomery SAND SPRINGS, OKLAHOMA ;:5SirtGtat3r EuirHmi:nii:n:i:!ii::ii::!:ii:;;:!!!tji:;:j;i-n:i:::::...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

ICMAiJ TTT'fVt IAciU siS. , THE Tl'iA STAH, Saturday, May 8, 1920. BRIEF RACE NOTES v n r . nil. Jordan Now In I'en. ANN1STON. Ala.. M 7 In iter sentence for life for the mur der of Hattie Wood, anil denied nev. hearing t the Supreme Couit, Jordan West, wat carried lo the Slate penitrntiar) at Spignr' b Convict Inspector Len I". lircer. We! was convicted on the murder charge a ear apo, but his appeal to the Supreme Court ws denied I it week. Orphan-' Home l'nanitary. (A N P. Service 1 LOUISVILLE. K.. May 7 The Colored Orphan' Home ha been taken over by lite Welfare lapie ot the city. A committee sent out by the League to investigate ;he home found the most urgent neeil of the institution to be u sanit.in iiiul well eiuipteo building. At pre sent the building is old. tinsiplith and unsauitnr. ottering poor jc conmiodation to about thirty ch-l-dicn. It will take nWMIOU In erect a t'liilding to meet the present needs. 'ClarkV $100,000 Huilding. (A. N P. 8crlcrl ATLANTA, da , May 7. (ir...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

THE TULSA STH, Saltmlnx, Max 8, 1920. PAGE SEVEN Jii- Ui-J LL.LUI" .J. .'1'jj stss CE! i f l 1 McHunt OH and Gas Company Incorporated under the Laws o Oklahoma. October, 1919 AUTHORIZED CAPITALIZATION $45,000.00 Par Face Value One Hollar IVi SHAKE. AKTIIl'K McIICNT, President A. A FLOYD, Viee-I'residen,t JAS. S. BENSON, Secretary-Treasurer. D. M. MARTINDALK, Attorney OFFICE ROOM 21 RED WING HOTEL TULSA, OKLAHOMA THE GOODS Ml'Sr BE GOOD COODS OK THE SALE IS NO GOOD YOU ALWAYS GET THE REST AT ri TRADERS NO. 4 Julius Henke, lrop. l'HOXE OSAGE G970 11)3 EAST FIRST MRS. ETTA BROOKS PORO HAIR DRESSER Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call at any time. I Want your Patronage, First Treatment $1.52, Eterj Two Weeks, 7." cunts. 519 North Greenwood Street SPEED UP YOUR BUSINESS Highly Efficient Form Letters, Legal Forms, Menus, Lodge Work, Contracts, Drawings, Notices, Mailing Cards, Music, Church Programs. Wo can reproduce your signature so that a completely typewritten signed letter will be printed. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 May 1920

?AG EGHT iHl TULSA STAS. Satartaj. Hcf J, IS. TIfE TCLSA ST.VR. A J SJITTHERMAN EAi'.m ud Pabunhe: Seaarid aa Seeaad Com Mad Mailer at Tmka. SUSSCBIPnOX 1ATES Oa Taw 3SJ& 3ixMaatk 14 TkwJtMk 1 AM Sakaraiptiana Mwt W Pant i ALBEIT SlUTHERMAX. lireadatia. X MLMBZXS 4N 2 ifer' rzzvicx. hi "AS men wM BBBWBK OCR POLITICAL FAITH. are barn equal and endowed with certain whack are life, hfc-rty rod the parrot af W Wiiere m ta pnncipk of true Dnmra aa proaolcat at tar d patriot.' Tkaacas Jefferson, ard witkoat fear r ttvw. we 1 nanad at all tnarv ficttin for as hoars. uyam at tkaar aruKspir to ai! tare reeardlews of rare apeti- OGB ESUGIOeS PAITH. Ta lire a near a we -tax to or ova rwnjiiiw f aw arr a h mm 10 oar ifwrm-mn . -. c rfct and live neat at afl as 8J ha firea a the . :. see aad feel n wr helM-ve an t crra:: rrj to Gad mar W rtii jjh hoard eaarlfka rrrje ; ajJuad. We WUri' ia tii. joide Bo ud prartate rt- fi Sew mmkr to do wroae. j " i Ik t .trrr aroaruas aija-h Tan Stay .rred ....

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 May 1920

QUZKl, A Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored "weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weoltly JMail Edition VOLUME IX. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920. NUMBER SEVENTEEN .a Tulsa Entertains State Medics! I MANY PROMINENT MEN THE MAGIC CITY VISIT I Tuba Extends Glad Hand to the Doctors, Dentists and Phar macists of Oklahoma. 'I lie Colored Cit'zeiis of Tulsa dining the past week availed tliein-j si-bey of the oppoi Utility of show in' oil" the unexcelled capacity of, lii'sn as a convcutim city. The I cl-ance came to then through the 13th Annual Convention of the Ok Jiilicma Medical, Deitm and Phar ni'icfiiticiil Associiitio'i whi'ii con eiiLd here last Wednesday and con tinued for several il.ivs. This nieet brought inemhers of these three pro lcons not only fioin ah over Ok lahoma hut from points as distant as Me...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 May 1920

frf W "TW(f( page t iai iiTLSA 57 K iirjrrii ii-.- :i3h .- itkx ' ai: rrTrrwm;rwT9rrTWTrrrrr7rrT7rr99l LODOL dikectoki ftk Jocal ana Social ewsM m tH 3f So 4 Mr. H. M MjbJi Washnag ", r- r : Walk.- trt krtx ' bed fw lea 4'. . f Kansas On kexe m :-ak Bk. star aa--afie . 4. Last UCS. 5 Jh -j Catena c tX"-J hit ! trap t Mnfeiff xf Vi4 hr s 9S. J E2U Stximr rrr- '" l4w Tat. TVere Br4 Ott mwf. 6. W. F. aaaf t 4 kn a Tab ate af ta m-a 1aW fsaaae ar ited to w Mr Or I. L Ran. Ar tatwi af fcr CjA Dactjr. V ftrati y llatMJ'. a aiaitlj tasara Crtet GtiarA. -a hftar la Taha aa4 tt Star attrt Ite Mbaas Bcatr ffk- Haterr Ian. far tear Flaa MiBcr. li -Vurft Grvca- oa da last Irak area ia ajaar aa tkr rt hut ia O. H. Lary. aroprart'a- af II Cwy Uaacft raaai oa taat Arxfecr. u .calatiaif taarowtiote la aos n.taar Uk raptdl) iarrrasue trt-l? r. H. PrrUsa. w. coadnrtl&z an ckau eatiar rdaMbkaaMt V caracr of Gctien4 aa4 Wil 1 -n ttrarU U a ooat atari -rbc h darp ialrreat a Ikr eifft o' hM rare aad ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 May 1920

I h v A Speca Surprise We hare on nnnd on excellent line of Si.il and Pants Patterns, that will sui prise you to note that we are BolnK to sacrifice same at such low prices. Suits made to measure $45.00, Pants $12.50. THE SATISFACTORY TAILORING COMPANY Phone Osage 3771' TULSA, BTi? a ' ' ' MISS HALLIE BURTON, HAIR DRESSER 319 NORTH GREENWOOD STREET Under the Madam Ashford System. First Treatment $1.50. One Tieatment every two weeks, 75 cents Hair Grower pr box 50 cents. Pressing oil per box 25 cents. We also do funcv and plain sewing here. 1 Madam M. T. The Wonderful Hair Grower. When wanting Goods thafc wjll do the real woik, give her a trjal. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Sent by mail anywhere. P. O. Sand Springs, Oklahoma. 10 cents extra by mail. I-Htitia Hair Grower, 50 cts Pressing Oil 25 cts Beauty Cream 50 cts Madam M. T. Montgomery SAND SPRINGS, OKLAHOMA ft '""r-wi niiiiniww'iw iffinn!3niaains!ai! Caver's Laundry Cleaners and Hatters MODERN EQUIPPED - LAUNDRY AND CLOTHES CLEANING...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 May 1920

PAGE FOUR THE TULSA STM. Saturday. May IS. li MUSKOGEE LOCALS. Tbe Senior class produced a oico pa at Hinton Theatre. Mondjy. May 3, hich as attended b ap proximately 1500 people. The sub ject was "Cupid at Vasar IT play was rendered in a very high h satisfactory manner and Mrs. Graham of the Manual Trainlns High School merits credit (or the surcest of the evening. Mr. W. R Smith of Forrest Gt. . Art:, has opened a first class wnne sale candv factors on N. Third St Mr. G. R. McDowell has opend a up-to-date news stand here You csa set the Tulsa SUr" there now. The Pastime theatre hss aooe Ml at business. At present the buildin H being remodeled. M. T. H- S. played TalUhassy ' ratty and tied the score II to 11 i iliahaiiri box tailed to play MT :e tie aad the same mas derided favor of M. f H. S. Hurrah! H rrah! For the boys of M. T. H. S! POXCA CITY CHIPS. We hw Mrs. T A. Casiii with us . I NCLE SAM"S NEW LITE INSURANCE POLICIES ARE READY WASHINGTON. I) C. Ma 12- Secrctar of the Treas...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 May 1920

THE TULSA STAH, Saturday, May 15, 1020. PGI' FIVE ti&jxn, WBMmMMMMmmmm&m, HBraMEffiSSBJC BIG MASS ti!2-i&b!Ayi IvM V "J Ji iJki 11 U l 11 71" MEETING At The Draernland Theatre 2 o'clock p. na SUNDAY MAY 16 Don't Fail to Be There Shall Colored Men and Boys have a Y. M. C. A. in Tulsa? Sunday's Meeting Will Decide this Big; QUESTION! Bverybody Invited - Men, Women and Children. "Y9- over the lop! yruua IVil,sic. Don t lail to be jjre&ent and help put the J- n- GOODWIN, Manager Campaign Committee; ' ' '' '" " "' '' "" " " " " ' " n n ill M if if i iai iMtii w. vy jjt xf&rrG?T?ezss--rjj. - l'"'""'MiwmniinTOlMffiiTOiWi pi'-. J. H. GARRE'lT. Sccrclarj Campaign Committee; R()F. .1. W. Ill'GHES. T.easurer Campaign 'Committee. ay; ?5S555MgsgjSggsgi BRIEF RACE NOTES The Auditorium Club of Gary, Indiana, composed of members of our Oroup will soon erect a build ing for auditorium and pleasure pur puses. In the case of Win. Hay, 19, cm ftssed and comic-ted imulercd of Martha ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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