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Number 40 - February 08, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Tyler Lets 'Cat Out of Bag' in Defense of Condemned Officers
Title:
107-Year-Old Prophet Gets into 'Court Scrape'
Title:
Capital City Folk Honor Ralph Tyler
Title:
Beatty Legislates to Protect Race
Title:
White Conductor Shot by Race Man in Row
Title:
Colored Preacher Saved From Gang of Lynchers
Title:
Orphan Boy Won in "Ag" Contest
Title:
Discontent Brewing Over the Delay in Returning Our Boys
Title:
Ohio Union Decides to Organize Labor
Title:
Do It Today!
Title:
Colored Nurse Bequeaths Legacy to White Charges
Title:
Race Man to Sue For Fees As Witness
Title:
Guards Protect One Man from Would-Be Lynchers
Title:
Secretary Lane, in Speech, Pledges All Square Deal
Title:
To Train Girls in the Culinary Art
Page 04
Title:
Colored Boy Actor Here
Title:
Tyler in Great Demand to Tell of 'Over There'
Page 05
Title:
Ohio Is Saved From Lynching Disgrace
Page 06
Title:
Negro and the South!
Title:
To Fight Prohibition
Page 07
Title:
Colored Vaudeville to Open the Grand
Title:
Sue Then, By All Means
Page 08
Title:
It Don't Look Good
Title:
Let Us Have Light on the Subject
Title:
Negro Should Be Helped To A Higher Citizenship

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