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Number 02 - March 07, 1908
Page 01
Title:
H.C. Smith, the Postal Card Writer, Will Support Democratic President, Maybe
Title:
Colored Men are too Sympathetic to Make First-Class Criminals, Says Texas Man
Title:
Journalism the Way to Become Proficient Writers for Race Newspapers
Title:
"You Should Give Secretary W.H. Taft a Square Deal," Says T. Thos. Fortune
Title:
No Clean-Cut Victory for Anyone in Report on Shooting Up of Brownsville
Title:
Ohio State Convention Adopts Strong Plant -- Names A.H. Martin as an Alternate
Title:
J.G. Napier, of Nashville, Tennessee, Belives in William H. Taft
Page 04
Title:
Charles Cottrill, Deputy County Recorder of Toledo
Title:
George P. Titus, The Man Who Makes Metal
Title:
Negroes and Secretary Taft
Title:
As Others See
Title:
H.C. Smith and Mr. Taft

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