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Number 20 - September 21, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Germans Cut to Pieces by Colored Troops of Famous 92nd Division
Title:
A.M.R. Co. Opens School at Middleton
Title:
Major of Old Ninth is Made Lt. Colonel
Title:
To Restrict Movement!
Title:
Ninth Cavalry is Now in Russia
Title:
Captain Rejects Spotted Man
Title:
Governor Harrington Answers Commissioner of Education Claxton
Title:
Draft Claims Man in Law's Clutches
Title:
Tyler Files Big Surety Bond
Title:
Five Soldiers Pay Penalty
Title:
First Negro War Correspondent is Named by U.S. Government
Title:
Colored Soldier Wins Croix de Guerre
Title:
White Officer Shoots Poor Colored Woman
Title:
Our Boys Wreck an Insulting Sign
Title:
Tyler's Son Wins by Merit, in Army
Page 02
Title:
Camp Sherman
Page 03
Title:
Insane as Usual
Page 05
Title:
Heart to Heart Talks to Those in the Big Industries - Buy Your Own Home
Title:
Unfair
Title:
Stick Together - That's the Idea
Title:
Waiters Strike
Title:
Sporting News
Page 08
Title:
Colored Draftee
Title:
Man of the Hour and His Job
Title:
"Over There" and "Over Here"
Title:
Along the Color Line - Negro Loyalty
Title:
Columbus is Proud of Its War Service

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