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Number 14 - April 05, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Social Earthquake In Washington D.C.
Title:
Gentleman From Boston
Title:
Most Immoral Capital
Title:
"Women Have Angel's Faces, But Heaven Knows Their Hearts!"
Page 02
Title:
Middle West Farmers Assert That "Hour-Earlier" Scheme Makes Them Lose 60 Minutes
Title:
Monument for Apple Tree Erected By the Farmers of Dundas County, in Ontario
Title:
How They Made Good!
Title:
Immense Food Supplies For Brave Yanks Across Seas--The Daily Stocks in Hand
Page 03
Title:
Durable Clothes Made of Waste
Title:
What Chevrons Mean, Guide to Different Strips Worn on Soldier Sleeves
Title:
North Carolina Forests To Be Tapped for a Supply of Ties for Railroad Tracks
Title:
Half-Inch Spider Is Victor Over Fish Two Inches Long

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