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The Tulsa star. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1913-1921, August 19, 1914, SPECIAL EDITION, Image 20

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SUCH AS CARVING DESIGNS ILLUSTRATIONS ETC
DONT FAIL TO SEE
H. Q. B. TA YLOR
PHONE 2309 321 N. GREENWOOD
Can Carve Any Kind Of Picture Or Photo
LANDSCAPES AND ANIMALS A SPECIALTY
Se Me, Prices Reasonable
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Mrs Georgia Gipsor)
1202 South WalmiL Street
Ccffeyvtlle, Kan -as
The Best Meals In ColTeyville
For Furniture Go To The
Cash or Credit VjrivlVI. 109 East First
You will save Mouuy and jour clothes
By having a First Class cleaner ami Pressei call for them.
Pressing H. WATSON, , Cleaning
Phone 4-100 " . 305 North Frankfonl Street
Have your suits cleaned and pressed and made like new for .75
HOME UNDERTAKING CO.
Furneral Directors and Embalmers4
We cary our own outfit and a full, complete
stock of high class furneral goods
WM. RAG-SDALE & SONS
l'ltoiMiiirous
Day Phono 710 Night Phone 201
323 N. Second Street , Muskogkk, Oklahoma
('. O. WiNTi.iuiiN0i:it NUHSE IlKGISTKR (iuv V. McCui.un
MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO."
125 Second St. Piionh 329 - So 91 1, TULSA, OKLA
CASH Always Gets the BEST
QROOEJSXES and MJ!ATS
AT THE RIGHT PRICE AT f j . J). SIMMONS,
10 S. Clticlniull Strut, Phone 45b5. TULSA, OLAHOMA.
PartKular attention may be given to the following subject, since there aie
hut.dn.ds of thousands using the Eukkka Comii throughout the United States
anp Isles. They give the best satisfaction as to our recommend, streightening
the hair beautirully with one stroke, and as assistance in causing a rapidgiowth
Evidences coming to us from ivery source, of which is pleasing, that the
EUREKA COMB- performs precisely as adveitised. No belter comb on the market foi purpo
ses as have been advised that other combs are toys, when it comes to benefits and effectual in u-
ence! when used as to directions, for which every comb placed goes with instructions, how to use
and for what purposes. Whet ever introduced the Eureka preferable. Merchants and ag nts
are successful when they are placed conveniently in quantities for the publio.
They are usually Mild for $1.50 one dollar and fifty cents each complete- The only thing
is to be caifful in the purchase as there is no other comb that will answer the purposes so well as
theEureka. We wholesale the Eureka Comb, being tho manufactu ers and promoters, and are
theonly wholesalers of this special device; if there are others we would be pleased to be inform
ed. The devices aie patented and registered. Eor prices and further information write
EUREKA COMB COMPANY, Chattanooga, Tenn.
A TRUE TRIED
RAGE MAN
YOU (Ql
CAPTAIN T. D JACKSOV
Jack Johnson In
French Army?
Jack JohiiBon has Joined the French
army, so tho nowspaporB say. lie has
also Riven all h's aiitomohlleH to the
army of France. (Jreat boy, that Jack
Johnson.
Thu American papers liava had
many bad thltiKs to say of ou- J.ic'
unco ho has decided to pay I ',. )rt
and kIvo up his citizenship hero.
Oood kid. that Jack Johnson.
Jack la accused of "throwing' the
Moran fight and from the wav the
papers put out tho dopo on would
think thai Jack had done somothlng
along: that lino that a white fii?hter
would not do. Smooth boy. that Jack
lohuson.
The suBKestlon Is offered by oiii
white friends In tho sporin? fiatem
Ity that wo kIvo Jack Jonnsou his bolt
and call him Xefito Ciumplnn and
then Ket up a now championship for
white folks only. Peaches foe Jack, of
course.
Now tho dally papers print Jack
Johnson as a big, burly, ugley and
coarso fellow, which the carneri can
easily bo mado to do. He u tho lllack
Uenst of tho prize rln ulnco ho tin?
gone to France. WIbo boy, that Jack
Johnson.
As a matter of fact I'm -sront prize
fighters of this ana otlu- times do not
como out of tho New York MOO"
Taken from a social examination ami
none of them count for much. They
are all coarso and rom,'i am' over
bearing and Jack Johnnoi la tho mo.n
gentlemanly of the later da liea-l
weights. Jack Is consM-'Mhlv above
tho fifty-year nxeiago of champions In
deportment and liuol'l coiico ami it
not necessary to uso tho X-ray to
prove tho assertion. Jack has played
the sporting game wisely. In tho paBt
nego flghtera liavo had whlto mannBers
who havo wound ui with all tho coin
earned by their Btars. Jack has beat
them bchemlng. If Jack has boon
crooked It was only In selfdofense.
In tho eihics of robbery the victim
must submit to tho terms of tho rob
ar and In tho gnmo tho papers mako
o much nolso over, victim Johnson
nado terms to suit a bunch of
iportlng men, who were in tho game
for Just what Jack was ni It for.
Wo nro with tho black rabcal. lie
s absolutely right fair and Bouaro
mil thobo who really know Jack John
on tho new Jack Johson know him
as tho blglienrted, Jolly, foxy and "dead
amo" sport. That's all Jack John
ion claims Tor himself, and ho Is all
that.
Taking Carl Morris and his Tulsa
fight as a text wo feel safo In saying
Tor Jack Johnson that If ho had boon
a whlto man. keeping up all tho
antics and enpers which havo marked
his career since ho has been champion,
ho would bo tho "flower of tho whlto
race." John I.. Sullivan did worse
mil whlto peoplo all over tho worlld
called his foolish tricks smart ones,
jod lllesa Jnck Johnson, "Tho Hlack
Uascal." Sporting Kdltor.
THE PEOPLES DRUG CO.
Dealers in High Class Drugs,
Toilet articles and Sundries.
Invites you to visit their Store.
Cold Drink Fountian in Con
nection. Thk Pijoi'i.us Dnuo Co.
Dr. D. S. Bryant, Mgr.
101 N. Greenwood.
Tulsa, Okla.
Thu above cut is that of Uontian
T. I). Jackson, u respected citizen
of Tulsa dipt. Jackson was born
in Iiilbfil County Gil , in.JSSl, as
a slave and fought in l ho rebel nrmcy
along suit) of his master. Secured
hi (liscli'iigo after the battle of Mt
Lookout at Clint tanooga, and wi-nt
to Meninli's a short uhile thereafter.
through correspondence he found his
mother at lienton Tenn, to which
place she had immigrated after the
war. v
He seemed work in thu Gnynsn
Hotel as waioratul while hen; learn
cd his first lessen in leading and
wiiiiiig from another eoloied boy.
Ho went to night school fin sever
al month in each year and in a few
years time had nuisteicd afaiily
good ethical iori which continued to
improve Hu lived in ineinphis till
ISS'J I) tiring this time he became to
bu a very pi pular man with unwav
ering enfliiento wiih both white and
Ciil.ned people. He orgnni.ed the
fust Col.ned miliiia in 'lenne.ssee
known as thu .McClellnn Guards
named for General McClellau of the
Union Armey AfierorganizingtliN
crinpany of Militia he stuboinly
fought com t proccediiiL' far one yeni
b-foro tlioy weie finaly lecognizcd
and equiped by the governor II
was then through tin' influence of
General Luke E. Wright of the lehel
annoy that he was lecognbied
Duriiii; tho yellow fevor epedomia
at Memphis in 1S7S t) the three com
panesof while Militia and all the
police department deaeited the City
leaving the whole Municipality des
titute of poiice piotcelion Thp
Govornor then commanded diptian
Jackson to take charge of the Gity
with his men and patrol it till hither
orders They piitrolcd Memuhis
several months until all danger was
ovt r and tho City police force re-
turned. Tho City Counsel then
selected 1 1 men from the Coirpany,
Vjftpt. Jnekson, lumsolf among them
to servo as regular patrolmen on tho
R6 What ABOUT THAT
hifop.dioy you wvro going to take?
Is it protecting your family
Hetler do it to-day, then it's done.
National Life Insurance Co.
ol the Unitfd States of America,"
CHICAGO
r.Sl'AltUiMIKI) 1808
CIiIc.iuo'm Oldest nml Strongest Company
J. W. Koster Agent
Olniiiilgce, Okl a
BARDON
LOAhS
On All Articles
Of Value
BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS
WATCHES. GOLD. JEWEL
RY, TRUNKS, GRIPS.GUNS
MUSICAL GOODS.
Main Near 1st St. Phone 2244
Memphis police forcr. They hld
these jobs ten years and wcieicplac
ed by Irishmen. Jt was then that
Capt. Jackson left and came t.) tho
opening of Id Oklahoma in ISS'J
He was J he first jailer ut Guilnie
where he was also elected Ju-tice i f
the Peace, which office he filed with
much credit He was later appoint
ed to serve on the police foice there,
but rt&igned a little moio ilian two
yeais ago when the Mayor of Gutl -rie,
a southern ittnii, wanted him to
confine tiin work to colored people
only Capt. Jackson win ion much of
a in n to assent to the Mayo s
wishes so ho reined and moved to
Tulsa where he has rapidly gr. wn in
favor aintiiing both While and
Cnh red peoplo. Capt. Jnekson has
the distinction of being tho i,rganiz
or of the only Colored Company of
Militia ever organized in Oklahoma.
Jt was oiganizcil at Guthr o mid
was in service more than twojeais
dipt Jackson liasn vrry brilliant
recoid as a fearle.-s race man anil
dining his life tiehns braved Mo
wrath of infuiinled m.ibs ut protect
the lives of falsely aceu-cd Negioes
Ho is a big hearted true race nun
worth of ninny honors from his
people. He is a considerate father,
and until last winter when ho lot
his wife, was n very tender dutiful
and affectionato husband.
Capt. Jackson is worth about $20,0
go 00
EVERYTHING A MAN NEEDS
$1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1
10 ARTICLES 10
To advertise our Universal Shaving
Outfit and Universal Products wo will
for a limited time only, send litis well
worth 3.00 Shaving Outfit for $1.00.
Wo sell our products to tho consumer
direct and thereforo you save all
agents' profits which as you know are
very largo.
STRAIGHTEN!
V
OyourHAIR
STRAIGHTENS
THE MOST OBSTINATE, STUBBORN,
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"PRESTO" removes DiniruH, Tetter, inj other
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the HAIR CRO W "PRESTO" Is JUrmless, Qua
nJ Ustlnt. "PRESTO" b the Gruttst Discover
Known lo Mankind In this Line. ,.
Throw awiy vour old ttnchlnf and pufllnt fiol
Irons and the totalled electric comhs, and stop bumlnj
your hair out, and tet packa(c ol "PRESTO"
THE KING OF ALL HAIR PREPARATIONS
"PRESTO" will straiten your Hair the first irjfl.
cation or wi will refund your money. The hair
remains straight lor months. Think oLt, nothlne In
the world like 'PRESTO." Apply tfESTO" two
or three times year, that's aD.
A PACKACE OfPRtStO'StUT POST PAID WITH im
DIRECTIONS ON RtCtlPT OF riFTf CtNTS. 50 Cents)
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED '
WITI rOK INfOBMATION
LTaHfaVmfg:o?
UA IP1 EDENTQNC.
A5ENI5 HWEeiH&MONjyijAKEaj
MENTION PAPtR YOU SAW AD. IN
CARR CAFE
When in Tulsa g0 to Carr's caf
for good things to eat, meals
like those that mother cooks at
home. Good service always.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
114 North Greenwood St.
A, Carr. Prop,
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