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1st Picture furthest left on page LEE (TACKLE) HAMPTON 2nd picture ALEXANDER (GUARD) HAMPTO 3rd picture DAVIS (END) HAMPTON 4th picture HAMPTON'S TENNIS TEAM TULSA BOY MAKING GOOD WILLIE D. WILLIAMS' GREAT SHOWING AT HAMPTON __________ Among the best liked and most promising boys of Tulsa, Willie Lear Williams takes front rank. His gentlemanly bearing, strick application to his studies, and courteous treatment to all, not only won the people of his home town, but he is making himself felt at Hampton University, Hampton, Va.. where he is now a student. Before leaving here, he was Captain of the Champion Booker Washington Hi Foot Ball Squad, and was a real factor in all athletics, and the folks at Hampton were not long in discovering in young Williams the earmarks of an A-1 athlete, and he was at once drafted into the fast foot ball team of Hampton which made such a brilliant record Turned article upside down eip is courteous to all and your (can't read word) al help is courteous to their particular friends and cold and indifferent to verybody else. Advertising will bring he pocketbook into your store, your rices will unlock it, but it will take ourtesty to pump the money out and ut it into your hands. _________ The Berry-Hart Real Estate Co., has old more Colored people homes than ny other real estate company in this ty, and you often hear among the olored people the saying, "that if you e buying your property from Berry-hart Co., you will get a square deal, nd a good title to your property."
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