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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAQK FIVI Let Us Save You Money! Jff JvJk o Yf AIL Wl re THE KHTY CAFE 602 3i!. A.RCJ-TEE Is at Your service with the latest and best Equipped service for Ladies and Gen tlemen. Meals at all Hours. Short Orders A specialty. JOE TA YLOR, Mgr. TULSA, (ti) OK LA. We mean that we will save you money if you will only send your old suits, silKw, satins, kid gloves, furs, etc., to us, who have a Sanitary Dry Cleaning Plant. We guarantee cery garment that comes In the houHe, why do we do it? llccausc we arc pre pared to do the work. Old hats made New. Suits made to your measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to all parts of the city. Cavers French Cleaners HATTERS AND DYERS Phone 3132 Office and Works, 8 N. Cincinnati The Star Cleaning Parlor Up ,o-date sanitay cleaning method. Ladies' work and al terations J specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and sea our line or stylish made-to-mensurt; clothing. We h...

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. — 19 June 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR 4? SAFETY FIRST ' TO BE SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanted Tulsa Agents: G. II. MORELAND AND J. T. WILLIAMS, 114 N. Greenwood Avenue G. H. AMBROSE, President and Bus, Mgr., C. 3. PAUL, Vice President. S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Treasurer. Home Office: ' Muskogee, Oklahoma. HOTEL ALEXANDER New and Elegantly Furnished Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. We Givo First Class Service. A. CARR, Proprietor. 129 N. Greenwood Tulsa, Oklahoma North Louisiana Oil Field The best in the south where fortunes are made in oil every twenty-four hours. Nine Oil Wells Owned by Negroes Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Buy a Lot in Oil Park Only $15 Each $3 cash and n small monthly payment and an inter est in the Development and Production of two oil wells...

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. — 19 June 1915

'm T"" THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN rj " '" L "J " 'i1 mnwEM culms Kuno Meyer Bald the other day Hint the great war was the price thn world Is frying for the mechanical comforts which have been piled up bo rapidly. Again another historian clinches tho point. The time It Is V. R. U. DuDols, the author of a brilliant hook on "The Negro," which Holt has Just pub lished In the Home University Li brary. Dullols Bays that the Negro In Africa has been practically enslaved by the civlllied nations of Europe Tho growth of trade unions made In vestors look to Africa for opportun ities. That meant tho partition of Africa. And "this partition of Africa brought revision of tho Ideas of Negro uplift. Why was It necessary, the Eu ropean Investors urged, to push a con tinent of black workers along tho paths of social uplift by education, trndes unlonlcm, property holding and tho electoral franchise when tho work ers desired no change and the rato of European profit would Buffer?" Accumulated profits f...

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. — 19 June 1915

PAOE EIGHT Notice to Cor res pon dents Corripondcu will pleaao rat Uielr nw( matter to us not latar than Vdndy of eacb week. To do thll It wilt be necaaiary to mall It at rur puaioftke irrrj Tueedav eve ilng Hereaftur all news matter arriving later Umui Wednesday lll be eanc Hid or held oti r for Of following lw-J. We trust our correapondentt will adhere to this rule, u It will sot be Tlolated at this office. Editor. Taft Happening From The Faft Idea full I canoed this lammer they would reap Ur Kyi- H redy w a Breat reward from their eontribu- ATTENTIONI Dr Kyle, together with a Dumber Of other physician autolsta, constituted a panr driving their machine from . . a. &..( aiinnlleA tlpply OI OOI 'OOK rr- for the children and pel" begin . .k. . trhaol term. What a H1IIH MS -.. Hon they would sell much more u- A Righteous Cause WIN Prevail. Rr Mr. Johnaon, of the Taft News, vet- The DrooksTlUo Telephone Ex change Company of Brooksvllle, Okla.. Incorporated under the laws of the Sta...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 26 June 1915

V jAs'P-t-l- L i - - A - S St. v. Va- ifMyi'V ' -r - 4 77ie Leading Race Paver in The Stale of Oklahoma r) l FEARLESS OUR suucntrnoH EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE LIST MASE3 A ( VALDAKLE AOVTRTISKa V n ' i Vol. 3, No. 32 U. S. Supreme Court Kills Gran NEGROES WILL Till: DECISION of the V S su preme court declaring void tlio gland father clause or Oklahoma comes ns n relief not only to the Ncgioes of Ok lahoma, but practically nil of tlio sou them Btntcs Tlio law was wrong liotli In spirit and In nppllrallon, and a blemish on the Stnte. and It os cxtremel) grntlfy Ins to all lovers of Justice and fair play that tho highest court in the land hns stnmpe d It out It was petty politics, that created this lnw, and corrupt politics In our court!, has sustained It Ily tills de cision tho supremo couit of thu Unit ed Stntes has declared that black men have every right under the Constltu tlon that while men have No one who has studied tlio grandfather clause has ever doubted that It would be ...

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. — 26 June 1915

PAGE TWO. THE TULSA STAR "GRANDFATHER CLAUSE" LEO FRANK ESCAPES HANGING IS I LEMBERG yi DOOMED U Tl IS UNITED STATES SUPREME COURTS HOLDS OKLAHOMA ELECTION LAW VIOLATES THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT LITERACY TEST IS Indictment of Blaine County Officials Upheld; Governor Reticent, Others Favor an Immediate Session of the Legislature. Tnnblnpton In probably one of the most Important race decisions In tM history, the iuprcmo court annulled as unconstitutional the Oklaohma constitutional nmendment and tho Annapolis, Md . otcrs' qualification law restricting the suffrage rtplits o( those who could not oto or whoso ances tors could not tote to the ratification of the fifteenth amendment to the fed eral constitution. Chief Justice White, a natho of tho south and a former confederate sol dier, announced the count a decision, which waa unanimous except that Jus tice Mcltejnolds took no part In the case. Ily holding that conditions that existed before tho fifteenth nmendment, which provides that 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. — 26 June 1915

"!f - .'wwiKfy THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE. A PAGE Serge Outing Suit With Braid Binding Nellie Maxwell Tells A Department Devoted to the Personal In tores ts of Julia Bottomlcy's Latest Ideas on Intcr- Natlonal Fashions of things new and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends of the Tulsa Star IpnOE 1( ou entertain (he Biippt'sltlon tint nnv renl miiciM, In rp nt ihln or in pmall, epr wns or couM b , over will ! or can Ik. wrested from I'ortuno by (Its nnl ntnrts Uae that wruntf lila Illeak House. J.vtry nun 1ms a rlKht, an umloubt el rlfihl, to rftfulntft bis own procptM tn5 b) hts own Hklnfta and ilUIlk Intra -Martin Chuxilewlt LITTLE ECONOMIES. MADE UP IN CRETONNE GARDENING DRESSES THAT ARE PRETTY AND PRACTICAL. Fabric, Carefully Chosen, Makes Garment That Showi Its Wearer to the Dest Advantage Many Ideas to Choose From. ii HlBBJI.nil il&i m SUMMER BREAKFASTS. Kxccpt for thoio who are working nt hard labor n simple brtakfnst of fruit, cereal, an egg and toast or a bit o...

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. — 26 June 1915

PAGE FOUR A TULSA iTAR M rt THE TULSA STAK . r.ntingund Publsh'mg CO, Published Every Saturday it I '! North Greenwood Street. Katnrol 410ml el 444 muter Oklahoma, umliir the Act of M-iroli 3. A. J.Bxmimuix. Mm. O. R.BmTfttui- J.U. HUITHSKMilr, Ibsrt HmlthelmMi, BUII80IUPT10N ItATIM Oo Tr Nix Mosth Thro Moala MtMDER s NATIONAL NEGRO PRE88 ASSOCIATION. Tlio price of this paper is ?1.00 per year. If you like it send us your BUbscription and help us to continue our work for tho race. THE l.U( lll,(, IN KFHi.Y of Coventor Skit..ii ..f dcor gtn by a mob of would-be murderers shuys to what extent mob vio lu.ee will exert itself when encouraged by the silence and itiacliv it of city and state officials, when the victim is a Negro. The t..unc mob that lynches a Negro without punishment ,ay Mime day charge even the governors mansion to ply its trade. GOV. WILLIAMS says it h not necessary to disfranchise the N'egio for the democrats to carry this state. This is the expression of a man who has...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 26 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR FAQS riVK 4 Let Us 'Save You Money! We mean tlmt wo will save you money If you will only send your old suits, silks, bating, kid gloves, furs, etc., to us, who hnve a Sanitary Dry Cleaning Plant. Wc guarantee every garment that comes In the house, why do we do It? Itecausc we arc pre pared to do the work. Old hats made New. Suits made to your measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to all parts of the city. Cavers French Cleaners HATTERS AND DYERS N Phone 3132 Oflice nnd Works, 8 N. Cincinnati THE KATY CAFE 602 Jl. A.JRCI-IER . Is at Your service with t latest and best Equipped service for Ladies and Gen tlemen. Meals at all Hours. Short Orders A specialty. JOE TAYLOR, Mgr. rm tt cj a in ri-T . a I W iiC3XjL., VV vyivuin Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing Dyeing And Repairing. Second Hand Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Work Called For and Delivered. Hats Cleaned and Mocked. WM. WALKER. PROP. PARTEE BUILDING 518 EAST ARCHER Tulsa, (tf...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 26 June 1915

, wry 'ifyiOT -, t "W" "vr"W S.-ry PAGE SIX. THE TULSA STAR I! Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 ! JlfJllDIWiONAL SUNMSfflOOL Lesson Open Day and Night Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mfjr PHONE 4280 1 14 N. Glccnwood TuIbh, Oklahoma Oklahoma Trunk & Case Factory TULSA, OKLAHOMA In Our New Location Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specially Vo Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STORE. PHONE 1788 Corner Main and Archer WELDY BROS. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND LARD. Buy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and all Kinds of Live Stock. We Do Our Own Killin". 21 E. First St. Phone 1158 Tulsa, Okla. The Turner Hotel In New Location Twine Bldg., 2 1 I South Second St. Mutl(Cgee, Oklahoma We cordially invite nil old friends and new ones to visil us in our new qunrtcrs. Everything new with nil modern ao tomodintions. Convenient to all railway depots. Mrs. Rebecca Turner, Prop. C. 0. Winterbrtnser. Guy V. McCol...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 26 June 1915

mmiM mgR&ffjmQBKT s THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN. I Giles II. Jackson, among tlie wealth iest Negroes In Richmond, Vn., nnd known throughout tho state, was born a slave In Goochland county about sixty-live years ago. He has been chosen president of the exposition which Is to bo held In that city in July In commemoration of tho fiftieth anniversary of tho emancipation and of tho achievements of tho Negroes In this country. He has secured a fed eral appropriation of $55,000, an ap propriation from the New York legis lature of J7.600, a Councllmanlc ap propriation from tho city of Richmond of (5,000 and several lesser donations. Jaskson Is tho leading Negro law yer In Virginia, and at one time was prominently Identified with the po litical life of President McKtnley, who commissioned Mm as a colonel to take part In the Inaugural jairado in 1901. In 1905 Jackson was pjaced In command of tho third chic division In tho Roosevelt Inaugural parade at Washington, and Mr. Roosevelt, when he ...

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. — 26 June 1915

H -, "tm&t" PAQE EIGHT Midway Park Attraction OPEN AT ALL TIM IiS Free To Churches, Sunday Schools and Special Parties To Enjoy a cDay of Pleasure And Amusements. Special Nights of Attraction 1 iic M'initgiMiieiii OlU'is Monday Nights Dancing Thursday Nights Masquerades. With Prizes to Contestants, Solt Drinks and Refreshments of all kinds, Sold hi the Pavillion. The Largest and Commodious Pavillion, will accomodate rviiv body. Coolest Plnce in the city lor Negroes. No Strong Driuks Si .Id or allowed on tin Ground.-. Darney Olever, Manager Notice to Public SPECIAL INFORMATION Plena Read Carefully nnd Romember Hereafter tliti following rates will bo strictly aclliorod to In nil publications lilch conio uuder theso heads: Woddlug imiouncomuntB $l:r0 WoddlnK wrlloups 2:G0 up Business announcements $1:00 Curd of 1 'tanks 60c UoraorUlh GOc up Obituaries COc up Social wrlto-ups (whon lonR list nt nuecs an given) por lino counting l vrp h to tho lino Si fflAFITEDaSsSil 'Farm or Dualnce...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 10 July 1915

' WM7?'Ftf'!PS,' 7" The Leading Race Paver in The State of Oklahoma 1 fearless! OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST HKV.LS A VALUAIUX KtDrau rom AiJVXRTisaa EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE H '"sJ5! $ $J0!Z' I I ll WL CjKm V M. JRI M ttgmm xmmim mfiit"?-- 4 Vol. 3, No. 34 K. of P. Tulsa Ready to Receive Army of Visitors Iho biggest contention ecr held In Tlsa by tlio Colored people of tho Btnto will bo culled to ordir In Till su's now magnificent contention ball next Tuesday morning when Grand Cbnncellor Win II Hnrrlson of Okla boma City takes up tbe gavel and con voncs tho seventh nnnual session of the Knights of Pythias or Oklnboma Fully one thousand visitors are expec ted and the doors of hospitable Till s.ms will be thrown open to vvelconio them. For three. das hi ginning Tiles day tho gallant Knights and the I. a dies of the Court of Calalitho will be given full control of the city to do ns they will, and nothing will be left mi done to mako them comfortable and happy during their stay here.. T...

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. — 10 July 1915

1 PAGE TWO. THE TULSA STAR PAGE FOR LADIES OF FASHION Nellie Maxwell Tells A Department Devoted to the Personal Interests of Julia Bottomley's Latest Ideas on Intor- Natlonal Fashions of things new and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends of the Tulsa Star Atul when Iho hours (if rrM Conm llkfi a culm iikii tho tnM n ft lirlne IhmhliiK II Mltowy hrriiit Thn qulf t of that tnuliiritt tuo, Is tlilnr. It tirrnltira of liltn vim knpa Thn nt nml lulili city wlill' It Um Dryatit HINTS ON CARE OF CHILD. ('Iitlclri'ti, llkei lniitH, tiee-d HrIiI, nlr, vnter ami fooil for Kroutli 'Ilw body in i il Ih'hMi'H t ll u h ci hIim'P nml pxitcIku to umi well thn fooil Hint Is VII lull l.lltlo chllilrt'ii iipciI fooil In miiiill (iiniitltU' nml ofte-n, UK tliuy crow iililer tin! (lunntlty, uirlo ty nml tlimi fur fiiUliiK li'iiKtlii'nH II In Imiiortiint thnt tho linmlH nml fuciMt of llttlu iicuiilu bo kojit clvnn, kii that tin.' ilo not tako Into their hoillcH with food liny iIIh rami Kornm W...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE. SPEAKERS DAUGHTER MARRIED C v t ' y w giiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiuiing Miss Genevieve Clark, the 20- g 5 year old daughter of Speaker 5 g Champ Clark, was married last 3 week at the home of her par- ents at Bowling Green, Mo, to James M. Thomson, editor of the New Orleans Item. Sllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllfs TEN MCRE AMERICANS LOSE LIVES AS A RESULT OF GERMAN MARINE WAR. SUO- British Freighter Armenian, Loaded With Mules, Sunk by U 28. Washington Tho Dominion freight liner Armenian, flying tho Ilrltlsh flag and carrying mutes from Newport News, Va , to England, was torpedoed and sunk by tho Herman submarine U-2S off Cornwall, Kngland, and nearly a scoro of American muleteers aboard are lost, according to messages ro celved by tho statu department from Consul John S. Armstrong, Jr, at Drlstol Twenty nine men wcro lost and ten Injured The news created a sensation In official qu...

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. — 10 July 1915

PAGE FOUR 1 rt K TULJ THE TULSA STAR I'rfatwgund Publsh'ing CO. Published IJvery Saturday at 601 North Greenwood Street. Siitoral a 4 i,-tt I nUn m.ttor April II. 1013, at th Post OfliPit at Tulsa Oklahoma, umlnr tlia Act of March 3, 1871). A. J. BMITIIKBUAN, Uu, O. li.Hunvrrua. J. II. Kuminutir, Jbert HmlthcTmn, HUIIHCKIITION ItATKH O roar Mil Moath Thr4M Monto MLMDCIt 8 NATIONAL NEGRO PRE33 ASSOCIATION. Tlic price of this paper ia $1.00 per year. If you like it aend us your BubBcription and help ua to continue our work for the race. MOST ANY (!'' US aie race Iucrs, but we dislike tn meas ure our love and loyalty in dollars and cents. Tllli NlitiKOKS OK MUSKOGIili own more automobiles than the Colored citizens of any town in the state. WllliN VOU MiAk anyone condeiunhif; The Star or abusing the editor (in his absence) investigate and you will find thai per son is not among the best people of Tulsa. Tllli "IIUCAIIOO" CUV OK N'liCKO DOMINATION' is in old trick of antiquated politicia...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAQIE FIVE - Let Us Save We mean that c will Bae you money if you will only send jour old suits, silks, satins, kid gloves, furs, etc., to us, who lune a Sanitnry Dry Cleaning Plant. We guarantee eery garment that comes in the house, why do we do it? Itccausc we aic pre pared to do the work. Old hats made New. Suits made to jour measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to all parts of the city, Cavers French Cleaners HATTEKS AND DYERS Phone 3132 Oillcc and Woiks, 8 N. Cincinnati The Star Cleaning Parlor Uy .o-date snnitay cleaning methods. Ladies' work and al terations a specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line or stylish mnde-to-measuru clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocket book. Hats cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 816 Groceries & Meats For everything in the line of groceries and meats come t...

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. — 10 July 1915

PAGE SIX. THE TULSA STAR SAFETY TO BE SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) LIKE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanted Tulsa Anents: G. H. MORELAND AND J. T. WILLIAMS, 1M N. Greenwood Avenue G. H. AMBROSE, President and Bus. Mgr., C. fl. PAUL, Vice President. S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Treasurer. Home Offi:c: HOTEL ALEXANDER New and Elegantly Furnished Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEN AT ALL HOURS. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa Wc Solicit Your Patronage. We Givo First Class Service. A. CARR, 129 N. Greenwood North Louisiana Oil Field The best in the south where fortunes are made in oil every twenty-four hours. Nine Oil Wells Owned by Negroes Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Buy a Lot m Oil Park Only $15 Each $3 cash and a small monthly payment and an inter est in the Development and Production of two oil wells without further cost than the price of the lot. Agents Wanted...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN. ffllmr llnlUfclnlliWlWMIWUl , 1 mem i iiLUM,s W - di I I I awa The question of the education of the Negro has always been one o( deep concern to the South, and Is particu larly interesting with tho Illiteracy campaign In progress, tho Negro being such factor In bringing down tho lltorncy in this state. Therefore the work of tho Industrial high- school of this city la a matter of great moment, writes Mrs. Sidney M. Ullman In the Ulnnlngbnm (Ala.) Age-Herald. This splendid Institution, under tho direct lnfluenco of the board of educa tion and Doctor Phillips' supervision, and with tho able leadership of I'rof. A. H. Parker, has become a factor In tho city school life suC an asset to the community. Tho principal of this school Is a direct product of tho public schools of Illrmlngham, raised and educated In this city, a man of great brains and heart, and regarded as one of tho lead ing Negro citizens, not only ol Illr mlngham, but of Alabama. Professor Parker ...

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. — 10 July 1915

1 rAOE EIGHT THE TULSA STAR TO THE PUBLIC XSife. J i ( ,11 r rv1 nit jtmmLm E. N GL'ILLOKY, M V I' Grand Iiiitul Tn.iMiri-r G. n. 0. of (. F Candidate for C.tand Chancelor NOTICE! LOOK!! LISTEN!!! '1 here will he a BANQUET at Convention Hall Cor. Brady & Boulder Sts. Wednesday Night July 14, 1915. In honor of Grand Lodge K. of P's. and Court of Calanthe. Music, Singing and Speaking, Followed hy Refreshments. -COME ONE COME A LL- And help us io make this the Greatest Banquet in the History of the Knights of rythias in the tate of Oklahoma. "SBJmMnffrnTWTmTfrTTfTMtei 1 1 z 1 MfffSTMil glnttrmli ' 1 IIHIHIKiHMH V mmimiYTGr ,. ...a, v Convention Hall Notice to Cortes pondents ( irrripomlvnta will please got the r iiuhh innllsr to us not later tlinu Wudmtsdny of each wook. To do this It will ho necessary to mail It at your iioelnfflco overy Tin silnv tivunlne lleronftor alt niws matter arriving Inter than We Inusdny will h cancelled or In hi iivur for tli following limtm o trust our ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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