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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 2 October 1920

PAGE TWO TUB TULSA STAjl, S.durdny, Oct. 2, 102fl. A "GREAT FINANCIAL Opportunity First (Jo met First Served Would j on lik' to lent, lease of buj it wo-htory twcuty-ioom. fif teen thousand dollar bungalow at Idnbcl, tin; most rapidly glowing County .scut in .Sonth-Kust Oklahoma? The building is located with in two blocks fioin "the Frisco Station, an ideal locution for a first ela.ss Jlolel and llicie is no greater demand for Mich an entcrptiso at any place than tln-ie is at ldubel. Electric lights are installed in each room in this building and connection for indoors toilets and laborato ry was made with the sewerage system in .lul, In shoit. the build ing is modern in cer. phase and rcpiesents the best einstructed and most commodious frame building in .MeCurtain County As a hotel, and restaurant, this building, at its piescnt location, will serve any one knotting how to conduct such a business as a veritable "mint" an unlimited opportunity to make money, and there is absolutely n...

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. — 2 October 1920

THE TULSA St Aft, Saturday, Ota, i, W. PAGE THREE TUSKEGEE OPENS VITU LARGE ATTENDANCE Sec'yl Holsey Writes Concerning Now Faces and Plans Tuskegee, Inst., Sept. 22 Septcm. bcr 14th marked the beginning of the fortieth session of the Tuskegee Nor mal and Industrial Institute. The Registrar of the Institute and his co.workrs were busy five days be students Each day furnished its students. Bach day funfiihed its quota of new nrrivals nnd the rec ords on the first day of Uic school year showed that some 11)00 students hud been enrolled. This is the largest openink day enrollment in the history of the Institute. Notwith standing this Cact the stream of in. coming students is yet steady. Every iota of space will soon be taken up. It is also noticeable that many of the new students arc qualifying for the advanced classes. Thc Academic Course has been somewhat revised and the curricu lum of the Normal Department has been raised. Courses in Modern languages, advanced English, Com mercial La...

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. — 2 October 1920

TTLSA SI1 All. Saturday. Oct 2. 1020. PA.GK FOt'H MEN OUR STORE OFFERS YOl) Standard Rlade MBR CHAN DISB at very Reasonable trices. Ior Your Own Personal Good and lien&fit You A.re Invited to the Store of ONE POLICY and ONE PRICE The V orlcingman's Store 10 East First Street Tulsa, Oklahoma THE ARKANSAS SHOE SHOP 512 Cameron Street I do First-Class SHOE REPAIRING here make Shoe-, for Men Women and Children. If) Years Experience. Come and lyy me. 1 um the Shoe Doctor, 1 will make that old shoe look like new. THE ARKANSAS ELECTRIC SlflOK SHOP just opened for business. W. N. C. MILLER, Prop. THE BIRTH OF "THE CHRIST" American Japan Policy in Regarded With Dark Mlfglvlng By Think- ing Colored People It is well for us to have a clear imilerslaiidlng between the terms "the ti in n Christ Jesus" ami "The Christ." The Christ is a hotly coin posed of many membiT (one hun dred forty four thousand and one 111,001. The man Christ Jesus is the head of that body. All who con secrate themselve...

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. — 2 October 1920

6 TULSA STAR. Saturday, Clot. 53. 1020. PAGE PIVB Good-Bye Hot Comb There is one sure way that has nevty tailedl to make Knotty, Kinky hair straight without the use of hot coobs, KAP-O-LINE in't one of thou fake hair treaaoaut saTsrs yo have seen so many times. KaP-O-LINE has the endorsement of every reputable doctor, and guaranteed by the manufacturer. This makes the offer one which you can absolutely depend upon. KAP-O-LINE has been sold under absolute money-back guarantee for more than fifteen years. It is especially compounded by trained chemists In the largest manufacturing laboratories of toilets In the Southwest. As a treatment for falling hair, dandruff und all scalp diseases, making the hair soft, fluffy and lustrous, Is not greasy nor gummy. The Kap-0-L,ine Way To Make Knotty, Kinky Hair Straight The hair must be thoroughly washed. We recommend KAP-O-LINK Shampoo, as it puts the hair and scalp in a cleun, ;i ltisep tlc condition. Then apply thoroughly KAP-O-LINE every Ight...

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. — 2 October 1920

!. -v nr.i: six THE TULSA Sf AH, Saturday, Oct. 2, 102D. It'. kl r i ' ULSM'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURuil. Jorncr Lu.slon iiiul Elgin. .miiuIm.s School : U:.'i() a.m.; Preach ing: II :,'() a.m., mid X p.m.; Mid week Service, Wcdue.sdaj, 7:!iU p. in.; I!. V. 1'. U. Sumhi, :3U p.m. Come ami uoislnp with us. You urc welcome. It. A. WliriTAKI.lt, I'.islor I lionu: O&uge 1303. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. MjerX Hull, Oil h. Arthur St. S..i)hiilh School !):()() a.m.; Pleadi ng 11:00 a. in.; Allen lindeavor League, .":()(! p.m.; 1'reucliiiig, 7:00 p.m., Choir I'rnctice, Wednesday e Ming, H:00 p.m.; Class Meeting, I llinibday. 8:00 p.m. ) ItliV C. It. TUCKKH, Paslor. j FIRST BAP1TST CHURCH Cor. Jackson and ICust Archer Sis, 'Miulay School: 0:31) a. in.; Preach ; II a.m.; U. Y P. U. .":3U p.m.; . ..,ul Services, .S:00 p. in.; Mid Yek Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. ni. IiKV. J. 11. ABK11NAT11Y, Pastor. PARADISE HAP ITS I' CHURCH Corner lUilh and Hryan St ai...

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. — 2 October 1920

--..- yjayi i swu OKJfc&A, 3AR. jfetUMlfly, OuC ii. 1000, He-" ? &,.. -, Kf Who Discovere d . . North America Harvard Professor iiu New Book Proves .That Men From Africa Sailed Here First HISTORY IN ERROR Colored People Grew Peanuts and Sweet Potatoes Here Before Columbus Was Born (From the Afro-American) Boston, Mass. Sept. 23 Who dis covered America? Columbus in 1 1!)2. Not on our lite. That is old stuff and nonsense founded jm mth and imagination. So sas Prof, l.eo Wcincr, white professor of Slavic Languages in Harvard University and he gives Ills proofs in n new book "AFRICA AND THIS niSCOVISB YOF AMERICA." According t Prof, Wiener, black men from the Guinea and Congo sailed across the Atlantic Ocean Haded with the Indians and home of them came 1o America and sct tlcd three hundred ears before Christophr Columbus was born. Here aie some of the proofs pre sented which have set Boston and Harvard I'nivcrsiH l the ears, the more so becausL. Piofessor Wiener is an authorit.v...

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. — 2 October 1920

PAftfi ClGHT - - '& & WM, ft& ft ft .. T-lf r V I t'tt. t ! . A. .1. SMtTIlERMAN, Editor tind Publisher. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at Tulsu, Oklahoma. SUBSCRH'TION RATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.50 Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advance- ALRKRT SMITHERMAN, Cnculntion Manager. OUR POLITICAL FAITH. 'All men arc born otiual and endowed with certain inalienabl!" Japanese Question Be coming Acute American Japan Policy Is Regarded Vith Dark Misgiving Uy Think- inn Colored People FOH SALE House Furniture at 321 North Hartford. Inquire nt .121 N Greenwood rights, among which are life, liberty rnd the pursuit of happiness." Thomas Jefferson. We believe in the principles of true Democracy as promulgnt cd by the patriot, Thomas Jefferson, and without fear or favor, we will be found at ull times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation of these principles to all men regardless ol race or color. MEMBER vP rmsr in .SERVICE (A. N. P. Service) Lo...

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. — 9 October 1920

(futs" 4 Ferlei Exponent of. Bight "aia Justloe. ' An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X SCHOOLS Gov. Cox a "Good fellow' on Trip Over Southwest IMPRESSES LABORING MEN AS "ONES OF THE BOYS" By William N. Randolph "Jimmie Cox is one of the boys," such was the enthusiastic comment of a big delegation of laboring men which called on the Democratic presi dential candidate at Joplin. The home-like quality of his talks and the innate democracy of the mar. stood out above all else throughout his trip from Enid to Joplin. Not a single unfavorable comment was heard on Cox, the man, while those who disagreed with him politically conceded that he made a clear, cour teous and convincing argument. The general opposition opinion was expressed by a Tulsa Republican business man after the speech at Con vention Hall. "Cox is all right, but he's on thrwrong ticket," he said. "If he was on the Republican ticket, he would win in a walk." The democratic per...

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. — 9 October 1920

PAGE TWO TULSA STAR. Saturday, SalurAo, OrJ. D, 1020 BBS .If" " , rv5 Good Bye Hot Comb There is out' sure wa that lias never failedl to make Knoll, Kinky linlr straight without the use or hot combs. KAP-O-LINK isn't one of those fake hair treatment ollcrt ou have seen so man limes. KAP-O-LINE hns the endorsement of every reputable doctor, and guaranteed by the manufacturer, 'litis makes the oiler one which ou can absolutely depend upon. KAP-O-LINE has been sold under absolute money-back guarantee for more than llflcen cnrs. It is cspccinll.N cumpoimdcd by trained chemists in the largest manufacturing laboratories of 'oilels in the Southwest. As ii treatment for falling hair, dandriill anil all scalp diseases, making the hair soft, Mull and lustrous, U r.i-l g.-ea; 1101 gtinunv. The ItajO-Tsine Alalzo Knotty, Way To I&nRv H a ir S traih t The hair must be lhnroughl wnshed. We reciinine:'u KAP-O-LINE Shampoo, as it puts Ihc h.iir and scalp in .1 clean, .1 itlsop tic condition. Th...

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. — 9 October 1920

s i TULSA STA-R. Saturday, Oct 2. 1920 pAoft three World Now Ended Millions Now Walking About Here on Earth Will Never Go Into the Grave. JBLWJUJ BMMHHHMlff a I "Thus saitli tint God. the Lord .nu cleated the Heavens and stj-clched them out; He that spread foltli the c.iith, and that which cometh out of it; He that givcth lnoa 111 unto tilt people upon it and spirit to them that walk theieiu. 1 the Loid have ealled thee in light I'lutsiii'ts. and will hold thine hand and will Keep thee, and give tnee lor a Covenant of the people, for a light of the (ienliles; to open the Mind eves, to bring out the prison ers fiom the piisou, and them that sit in darkness oul of the piiion house." Isaiah 12:.") 7. The woids of the foregoing text aie addressed to the Christ, Head and Body. Heiein is again mani fested the love of God. p.irlieularly for the entire human f.unih. The elass first ahoe mentioned aie the special recipients of his favor and shall he used as a channel for the blessing) of the...

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. — 9 October 1920

T- PAGK fjOUK & THE TULSA STAR, Snjurdny, Oct. U, 1020 EVERY IS READY FOR THE IK iR AT WEW fei&JH flip LAHOMA Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, a i HumniMJiiiiiininHiniiiTiiw Oct. 12, 13, 14, & 15 On the COODY JOHNSON Ranch ,7. Cood Johnson and one of Jizs thoroughbreds Vr. Tie State Superintendent of llducation has granted a 'J days holiday to nil Colored Schools in tho Stale that the Iclddies and teachers may attend this Fair. Come out and bring the little follcs. Attractions vary from old time Tiidian Hall Games to the flying of a late Model Curtis Air plane with passengers. The exhibits to be seen at this Big Fair will equal those seen at any other Fair in the State. Four days jammed Full ef joy rnd funDon't miss it! Splendid view, fine spenery. Come ln your A.uto and bring some friends. Fair located on State Highway. Tnlce a vacation and enjoy yourself. Thaus? ands of others will be there. Be counted among them. Invite your friends and their families to .atte...

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. — 9 October 1920

ii maw. m plilHl THE tULSA STAH. Saturday Ort. 0. 10211 " ' TT 1 iWtM i PAj&fW i ?j IV I o y v 1 (ELjjia3lipE?3IrWWC7jT5'W Sewing Machines I handle a complete line of both NEW and USED Singer Sewing- Machines I Sell on Terms to suit purchasers. I also rent Machines By the Week orMonth. Repairing a Specialty Call Cedar 1299 R. L. STBWA.RT 518 No,. Santa Fe 3BS23r3sr32g323 Urban Lcaguo Aids Southern Migrant (A. N. P. Service) Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 8 John T. Clark, secrctar of the Urban League, spoke ut the meeting of the Presbyterian .Ministerial Associa tlon, In First Presbyterian Church, He told how churches nre meeting the social problems of their mem bers, and also, how churches arc as j sisting Negroes nrriving from the ISoutli to find work and lodging in good communities. BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS & CITY PROPERTY Surhurban Homes, Chicken Ranges. ROBINSON REALTY COMPANY We sell in large or small bodies of land and. city property, Also, merchandise, Rooming Houses, Cafe, Barb...

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. — 9 October 1920

St ' TMk37 Cjmrch Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST OHUROH. Jol'IICI' I'.KSlOll .'('1(1 Elgin. SiiMillCy' School: !):H0 a.m.; Preach ing: llilHI ii.iu., and H p. in.; Mid Week' Service, Wednesdn, 7:,'I0 p. if i.; II. Y. l U. Sunday, 5:30 p.m. Come- and worship with us. You are welcome. It. A. WIU'ITAKI'It, I'astor Phone: Osage lltli.'I. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mcrs Hall, (ill 12. Archer SI. Sabbath School 0:00 a.m.; Preach- p.g 11:00 a.m.; Allen Endeavor l.i'.iguc, .1:00 p.in,; Preaching, 7:00 p.m., Choir Practice, Wednesda evening, 8:00 p.m.; Ciuss Alvuliiii;, l'hur.iday. 8:00 p.m. MIJV C. It. rilCKKII, I'nslor. FIRST BAPTIST CIIUItCH Cor. Jackson and Lust Archer Sts, Hiidny School: !):H(J a. in.; Prench . j: 11 a.ms; II. Y. P. U. .1:30 p.m.; ...rint Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid Week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. in. REV. J. II. AIIKHNATIIY, Pastor. PARADISE ItAPTIST CIIUItCH Corner P.uth and liryuu St diiuduy School, 0:30 a. in.; preach ing at 11:00 a. in., and 7:30 p. m.; Home Mission. 2:30 o...

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. — 9 October 1920

PAGfi SfiVBN iiim i it WMMUttH MMtntU Don't Hiss THE TULSA STAB, Saturday Oct. 0, 1J21 wi MMkMaaaMaaMMHManwMMiMmwwuMWHMiMaHMMMMB H sLoccirand Social JYews i w I VI n i'i I V ti te te te i k te ti te ti t: i ti ,ti v H K ti X it ti ti te ti te ti te i JOIN THE Knights oi Pythias The Largest Growing Negro Fraternal Or der in A.merica 400,000 Members in America 3000 Members in Oklahoma 'I he Oklahoma Grand Lodge now pays on death 9500.00 En dowment and also gives a burial of $75.00. A Gold Rservc Fund is placed behind each member's policy. Persons deserving to Join in Tulsa will see either B. L. Cox, 570 N. Extcr Street, Dave Caliins, 506 N. Extcr Street. F. T. Smith, Care Hotel Gurley. Special Clubs or for information write Dr. C. B. Wickham, Crnind Chancellor 0 Tulsa, Oklahoma 3SPZ4 .-U- Roosevelt Addition Most Beautiful, High-Class Colored Addition, Joins Booker Washington ADDITION in the west. Lots Now Selling! .Mr. Ed Howard is out of tlic clt on business. Miss Elln Harrison left ...

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. — 9 October 1920

PAGE EIGHT 111b TULSA STAR, S.ituida, Oct. 'J, 1020 A J. SMITimilMAN, Editor niul Publisher. ISutcrct1 m Second Class .Mail Mattor at Tulsa. Okinhoinn. SUHSCHIITIONT HATES: Oho Vcar $!.' 00 Six Months j.f,o Tliroo Months j gg All Subset iptions .Must bo Paul m Advance AIjHKKT SMITH KIWI AN, (ircuhu.on Mni.nf-er OUR POLITICAL FAITH. (i i 11 i ju men an' iiorn equal nmi endowed with certain innliennbl niu-LiiLiiLAis liiS-iiatolAtolfc. tell us that if the relmblienn nominee wins all Hie Jim Uow Luih, bt'yicgntion laws and other ob noxious lacuil disci iiiiiiiations win anisn hkc m,'W muter inc. rnvs oi a waiiu suiiMiiiiu. lut the.v seem to liae tost Mglu oi tin- luci'that lliuhu tilings have existed, in most pjaccs wnoio moy now' exist, .un der every lepubiicaii uitiiiiiiiMntiou since lbbur Una mat wliut miei we nave oumiiieu lioin tnese eil inequalities lias come unilui uiu. inesem uemoeinuo auiiiinistration. i.n a inattor oi laei, u naru- 1115 iurc,iuiicc siioum ue eiemeil, lie Will ...

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. — 16 October 1920

l MA n AA A. Fcarlcs Exponent of. Right And justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colore a Weeklies lu Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weefcly Mail Edition VOLUME X THE Tl'LSA STAR, Saturday, October 10, 1920. NrMBIDIt TWKNTV NINE RIO TAVE BY MEN MANY LOSE HOMES IN ARKANSAS EIRE EIGHT BLOCKS IN PINE BLUFF NEGRO SECTION SWEPT BY SWIFT FLAMES VICTIMS WALK STREETS WHICH MEANS MORE TO YOU? Pine Bluff, Ark., Oct 12. Nearly 500 people arc homeless tonight, some sit ting woefully on guard over a trunk, a bureau or whatever comprises the little household furniture that was saved from their homes, others are wandering aimlessly around in the de vastated district trying to find a place to sleep. Still others have no clothes but those they wear all are victims of a sweeping conflagration that in two hours this afternoon swept over eight blocks of a colored residential distr...

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. — 16 October 1920

PAGE TWO TULSA STAB. Saturday, October. 10, 1920. i i" 1 Special Warning , to Bond Owners Washington,!). C, Oil. 15 The professional men niiil women of tlic race have taken a strong stand against Ilii' vicious propaganda which is inducing holders of Lib erty Bonds mill other Government sccuilitrs to distrust their lnvest niens mill dispose of tliein at a loss. Realizing that the Intrinsic value of, theso government obligations is nil-, changed iinil that any recession in iirlej- if these securities means onl.s an opportunlh to buy for aihleil profit hy wise investors, the exe cutive board of the National Meili cal Association has pledged itself unanimously to urge anil forward hy every menus the purcliase of government .securities anil llielr i e tention to maturity. Hie National Meilical Associa tion, made up or phssiclans, sur geons, dentists and phuininclsts numbers among Hs members, lead el's In thoiiftht and education and progress of thc. Colored race throughout the South. At n...

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. — 16 October 1920

ner TULSA STAR. Saturday, October. 1G, 1920. PAGE THREE i ? Association for The Study of Negro Life (Special to The Tulsa Star)' Washington, D. C, Oct. 7. On the 18th and 19th of November the Asso ciation for the Study of Negro Life and History will hold its annual meet ing at Washington, D. C. This will be a convocation of teachers through out the United States now giving at tention to research and instruction in this eld. The management ot the Association is endeavoring to make this meeting one of -the most represen tative ever assembled. The purpose of this organization is to collect sociological and historical documents, to publish books on Negro life and history, to promote studies in this field through clubs and schools and finally to bring about more har mony between the races by interpret ing the one to the other. The reports of the work accom plished by the Association during the past year will be made, furtherjilans for the more successful prosecution of the work will be d...

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. — 16 October 1920

TULSA STAJi. Saturday, October, 10, 1920. Full Text of the Convention Hall Debate PAGE FOtm GoodBye Hot Comb There is one sure way Hint lias never failedl to make Knotty, Kinky linlr straight without the use of hot combs. KAP-O-LINE isn't one of those fnkc hair treatment oilers you have seen so many times. KAP-O-LINE lias the endorsement of every reputable doctor, and guaranteed by the manufacturer. This makes the oiler one which you can absolutely depend upon. KAP-O-LINE lias been sold under absolute money-back guarantee for more than fifteen years. It is especially compounded by trained chemists in tile largest manufacturing laboratories of toilets in the Southwest. As a treatment for falling hair, daudruli' and all scalp diseases, making the hair sofl, Unify and lustrous, is not greasy nor gummy. The Kap-O-Line Way To Maine Knotty, Kin Ay Hair Straight The hair must be thoroughly washed. We recommend KAP-0-LINE Shampoo, as it puts the hair and scnlp in a clean, a ltisop tlc condi...

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. — 16 October 1920

n THE TULSA STAB, Snturday. October. 16, 1920. PAGE FIVE m X X X X I i x x x i x X X X X X X X X X X X X , . JOIN TUB Knights oi Pythias The Largest Grooving Negro Fraternal Or der in America 400,000 Members in America 3000 Members in Oklahoma The Oklahoma Grand Lodge now pays on death 8500.00 En dowment and also, gives n 'burial of $75.00. A Gold Hserve Fund is placed behind each member's policy. Persons deserving to join in Tulsa will see either D. L. Cox, 570' N. Extcr Street, Dave Cairns, 506 N. Extcr Street. F. T. Smith, Care Hotel Gurley.- Special Clubs or for information write Dr. C. B. Wickhatn, (?rand Chancellor Tulsa, Oklahoma FULL TEXT OF DEBATE IN CONVENTION HALL Continued from page 1 2s2C3 Roosevelt Addition Most Beautiful, High-Class Colored Addition, Joins Booker Washington ADDITION- in the west. ' ' -r v 7yt izlllnf JUUL W VV yM LLJLJLZi ft f 0 m . Size 50 x 130 feet $50.00 to $600.OOmonthly' paymests. Size 70 x 130 feet $850.00 on $15.00on S10.OO montiily Payments. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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