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Number 17 - August 31, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Foch Orders Yank "Black Devils" To Slow Down as Huns Flee in Terror
Title:
Race Draftees Are Record Breakers
Title:
Spurn Jim-Crow Cars
Title:
"Serve My Maid"
Title:
"Wasn't Sure 'bout Tackling Whole Gang
Title:
First As Usual
Title:
"Black Devils!"
Title:
Baker and Creel on the "Square"
Title:
Camp Dix to Have Pioneer Regiment
Title:
Race Man Honored
Title:
Pastor's 12 Sons With the Colors
Title:
To Baptize Yanks
Title:
Whites Snub Men on Way to Camp
Title:
Sherman to Have Pioneer Regiment
Title:
Race Men on Slate
Title:
Colored Woman Held as "Baby Farm" Suspect
Title:
Man Tramples Flag Women Tackle Him
Title:
Judge Scores Rioters
Title:
Jim-Crow Laws Invalid
Title:
Race Man Named
Title:
Start New Bank
Title:
Negro Routs Foe Saves Lieutenant
Page 02
Title:
Ohio Man Named Minister to Siberia
Title:
America's Oldest Man Dies at 147
Title:
Marysville, Tenn.
Page 03
Title:
Only Waiter But They Honor Him
Title:
Columbus Woman is "Beacon Light"
Title:
Can This Be Beat?
Title:
Move Five Thousand From Camp Custer
Page 05
Title:
Industrial Men Meet
Title:
Heart to Heart
Title:
Labor Union Grows
Page 06
Title:
Letter and the Answer
Title:
Soldiers' Wife Appeal for Aid Nat. Comfort Committee Responds
Title:
Grave and Weighty
Title:
Riot of Oppression
Page 08
Title:
"Vale" Vardaman
Title:
Getting the "Breaks"
Title:
Private in the Ranks
Title:
Germans and the Negro
Title:
National Training School and its Founder

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