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Number 08 - February 22, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Safer In The Trenches Than In The South
Title:
Is C.C. Dead?
Title:
She Barred Irish and Jews; Negroes Sent to Her Dinner
Title:
Pork Chops and Chicken
Title:
Convicted of Assault in Five Minutes!
Title:
Great Musical Event! Kemper Harreld, Violinist
Page 02
Title:
These Colored Troops Fought Like Tigers
Title:
"Buffaloes" Are Home!
Title:
Heroes Visit Conneaut
Title:
Dangerous Condition!
Title:
Terrible Condition In Michigan Camp
Page 03
Title:
Cotton Worth $1,532,690 Latest Statistics Show For American Crop of Year 1917

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