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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 May 1916

~ 1 Xr .0 Industrial Relation In another eblumn we publish the new* that the reactionar- JSs have been beaten and the Com- mission on Industrial Relations i Report will be published. Walsh % his report to congress iUumi rs the entire labor situation in entire United States and ev- msn and woman who desires get at the bane facts of what is matter with Amerioa now read and reread the con- drawn by the great in- vestigator. j':"' Mr. Walsh haa been kind en ough to send The Rebel a copy 0 his final conclusions drawn np after his work was done. Speak- ing to congress he says: "The responsibility for the con. ditions which have been describe* above we declare rests primarily upon the workers, who, blind to their collective strength and abil ity, have suffered exploi tkwi and the invasion of their most sacred rights without resist- ance. A large measure of respon- sibility must, however, attach to the great mass of citizens who, though not directly involved in the struggle between capital ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 May 1916

toSitl iflf ! Ik :1 11 ■km* Jp ZK . -?■ PW>£ BSHHi $'«& J- ••' .•'.. • ■ ' - ■ $y,:; J* '<$ SStSllSlli BsBM «4§P mm 'sflmg. *s4r P@ ®t i jjgi El ■:. *;. ssfcssjssas.itti! ®!3^StES"!SB®F { I ' fPlf ■m mm® IKSKct^^PPBI t.n;«*(• - •*" If *- mmm is. iHK fe«ap* Hm ,;^V;r-4..'v •: 5 SPlf gHQE^fll iKi " . 4y^mm [||| SB .' "■ '■>■ - ■■ £&Sg$«l .:■■■ - ■ W. T.W«BB, 8t w sraif to tbe socialists of .. ^t'EIAB. v-*"'.;;": At the approaching election, the £ hoold fully should ballot «nd protect secure a fair * > fpv^w ;?'A ; CM>, Texas. $3i©\$F;,• t««( ,>MM 0 VBERNATOBIAL DATES, rwf Ep^j&gsu . . • •, #*$ m -■u«t i bill Texas. Tb. following are Mcitaen JI "J dmonnert end -/^tr^00 toS5rtk- ^fv I; that would Mow their aet. Ac- X2jj?H H Fisher ojuntv cording to the report of the offis- Capitola 8. H., *isher county, Bt0nOgCapher the paauge in hi« speech that lashed the enemies . WW~- _UlM anffAf HVHHi HxMPi0' Br'T^SSWf^S lagfMi I m oount by complying with Bee, 14, page ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 June 1916

- .. - ' . ■* , " • J '■■ « > ' ■ • . ■ .rv, ' r^Sviay^s T'^S§KKf&& ■■: I • :. '• •• 'vie A. .., r ■ ,,v* - i" ■ 8 I'lSi m i ii THE REBEL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS SACS WEEK. Organ Land Ltogue of America. 50c per year. In dote of 4 or * • 'j. . ..... * * -Xk p2fyM*>n~$fliPi-v..fe H- W-.'- v 5TT:iI W.M, _ _i : . > " ■ ' irftt*•■■>'■ • /*• -; rx: ,v v' r*&S ■; ■ v ■;> to us qui neuron wi am oh oub xjr oa mn T.A. HICKEY, Editor 50c per year; dubs of four >r more (40 weeks) 25c. If thb number it opposite ~ - . your name jW wbeerip- x, O tion expire* list imue. I r at AtjW^W HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1910, MO. 203 and Mutt Mc- i's Platform AURtAT BATIBIST. THE ajjjjPES sn Texas Donka placed more trottnd their eon when , jted.Jeff Mutt McLemore, , anti, and Cyclone Davia, the n without a celluoid collar, at tteentatives at large in w j some two short yea affo. After an exhaustive research aided by th« pundits of the Smith- t nWm Institute T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 June 1916

• -i#. ;$Ps!s '!${ V7 !; I ■ -11 Hi mi > tj igr-HM ISp ■■mm '.v>tM: ' .r'.-;r: '^fsra&P- 'r~c I I T I I I ..III I. I I f: M m U\ ■;; !i j 1 i fr mgm,m ■-„>..k: - OTSS 3 IvY^ i *. •- * rr '•* . v- ""' V:. IpHS '' v'i: > .1' -"• t -."vj.. r?J£ *'-: m $8® wMM r.0* m Ferguson the -.. ■ ■ - ■ ' r ■■■'.■■' V- t ' *?';> '. •< . • ~ } eiya*- Mr. Arch Lingan our candidate for oongrwwman-at-large,, but written to ua asking for the Ferguson note that we published tiM year with the oottoo contract appended that gave the governor the title of "eighty per oent Jim." We aro sorry that we could not oblige our able comrade for the reason that the note is now in the poswasion of the United State* government, it having been handed in to the Commission on Indus- trial Relations when they held their historic meeting in Dallas last year, at the cloae of which Chairman Frank P. Walsh stated "that the commission found conditions in Texas bordering on a state of serfdom." However the n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 June 1916

FfSSSS,- g&;|p • '-la 1 eF■ "*• -■■■•■ r-hs ■Slpl HR P^'V: ■fe* •> <&£<{tfe.3ijpjj T>:>- f' ; mm m < 9 ••••'• ■ (By J. 0. Ben tall.) "US:, . C«/S/S 0#' to SOCIAL wan u — - i ISTMOVEMEyx. W. o. Baker, a young Rebel of 7<> sommersy reports again this week from Wood county. % . u We are on the war path here ™* f ®« D<*r\y aU the opin- and expect to keep you busy ex-1?onaj* Socialists and non-Social- amining scalps for the Rebel hide ?* ha**e>ven this waiting, anx house in the future. We will or !? ,7oH(1 the judgment of ganize a local next week. Take J ® Oerman Social Democrats who good care of the' five scalps en-1 ^ , *or the war budget instead , dosed; writes onr Rebel friend, P. * their l***"* be pumped C. Hensley ofMills rounty. of steel •J. N. Kearney of Nolan county The question has almost split th« writes: Find enclosed seven subs, Socialist party and has been a sid. - lhis is my method of warfare. Tne MP'itter with the capitalists. Rebel i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 June 1916

~;" !&v f'-'' • *;;:v':■.? "'' 'v.'''I. • i'' £ % jP 'A " v ■'■ > -f; -■■ 7V%. • . ' -'■■• .■■•. ?i<" ■■- ■ *;:>■•? '•• • -v.' ■■• ■■ '• ■ %■:- . : ■ ^SfiaSKiSl • i :■> IPiPf. * "" l, : ■■>■ ' i. ■ ... >. :■/ •"< ■ z* if , ■■■... ■ ■. >V ' i •'! *V • ' ■i'. >' ■ * >« ■: .i ■ ' 'i.'..-' viuftrti-'A'V ' '■ ■a-*l-v£r, ■ ■; ... • , .■. • • ; ao, •• • • - > ' • v- v* . n '< -! v.V V*.: '• ./ v' "- • ' - m 1# Mm m ^ ,, * "j";' '• , • i ' hk ■ _____ ' State Office Notes. W. T. WBBB, State 8« t«T. Ctaoo, T«u. M- I •if t \ . I j S< I H r k i 8 s GOVERNOR'S TOVR. Reports from the^ opening of the gubernatorial tour lnd that E R. Meitxen ■Ute a deep red making landlprd ^ Jld Srj hi- *« . At Aran M Pm> he «pok« to mwd .< ^«rf $ CALL POR NOMINATIONS. Ciico, Tex., May 24,191®. To Local* and Membenwit-large . Too are hereby edled on to no- One candidate for LIEUTEN- ANT GOVERNOR. ,^fiaa One caudidat^ tor COMMISb- .Q^jntTT TTTPH COVRf 116 members of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 June 1916

Km. JAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL 'ARUERS EACH WEEK. I Land Ltague of America. per year. In elubs of 4 or ire 25c each. 3 yean for $1. V OUUt APRU «IiT TO US OHLT SBOAUSB W1 ill ' .':j on otnt KirxBa - ur us una • • ■* **■ ■ HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1916. & ,..m---. TJL HICKEY. Editor, 50c per year; clubs of four ot more (40 weeks) 36c. If this number is opposite « r p your name your subscrip- Z u c tion expiree next isroe. Mo. 294 EnUrod m teeond-elaM matin July 1, 1911, at the postoffiee at TUHMte- ville, Tex., under act of Mar. I, 1S1 iA .J.JP3 The democratic party, if it is famous for nothing else, can wear the laurel wreath when it comes to the production of platforms. Every Donk is a platform unto himself. There are seven candidates for United States senator before the Anti-Democratic party prim- ary six of them have issued different platforms and the seventh, Chaa. A. Culberson, is running on his sick record. One of the candi- dates Brooksr of Baylor, is running 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 June 1916

m I! , ■ mms KffiJsfliP' ! W m 4' * f|PPS|| •. jl/? ,V< mm p« m | Pjpj® ajp F« \ :Jp -Mx* SSf v«' i . j, P ifs''* s-s V 7 The Preparedness Punide FfiiCe 1®^® between now and primary ' * ^ I day. In the event of your success at the primary I shall be dad to continue the discussion until the polls close in. November. 1 know futf well that as both of us have our hats in the ring and afe anxious to get together the ar- rangement of the detail! will be an easy matter. As to time for each debate whatever time «uits you suits me. In my challenge 1 said that 1 would give any one of my opponents 40 minutes out of each I® our isaue of May 27 we called attention to the so-ealled great preparedness parade held in New York City two weeks earlier. .We aai<l at that time that it was characteristic of such parades that masses of workingmen were compelled to get in line or lose their' jobs and that in a great many cases they were paid for marching. ' Thia criticism of the highly patriotic sons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 June 1916

' ■ §& > & mm s?gfe- wwLASC'f i >; >7? m&WL<w$m'* ■ J-.IS ."!' 1 Xffi*rt. !?5 V . ■'■!•""■■ -v.' £g% ?:«psfe ::r vT.' gip -r <•>?& A Socialist Revo- tandlordiam, as the fruit of which,' news \hat we get mast run tho *• lution. following the failure in 1847 of the gauntlet of London censor first, patato crop, ] ,225.(X) Irish people and he is some censor. Immediate- starved to death along the road- I ly the workers of Dublin, aroae 4. ... 8l(le8 of.^'Ireland, while British (and took possession of the city. Now tnat toe censorship tn bayonets guarded the landlords'; The report spread over the island. MlItfal I M W. C MUNN COMPANY, HOUSTON, TEX. London has relaxed the position taken in a recent issufe of The Rc- that the Sinn Fein revolution a Socialist revolution has been verified from many quarters. Miss Mary Boyle O'Reilly, the brilliant daughter of John Boyle O'Reilly, (who was one of America's great- est poets, and editor of the Bos- ton Pilot) re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 June 1916

m ; ' •* ; v : mmmi / ' - — (&* V*- Predicts Switt Re Win, Fir,t Prize State Office Notes. ip ;. -'.j - .•>- • ,t ■' I know you are bound to be a tery wi/, . volution Owen Barker and hit colleague, Ted- Meyer*, K. • 'ill- ' ' /... pjy§ .>7 r ' :t t ' - " ■ \ . ' , i &"%,■ : I (SH W. T. WKBB, State Secretary, Cieeo, Texa«. I ' If f • I #7$ "v-Tv.'" >"•' J- , ENCAMPMENT DATES. Arranged to date. ~ " '•♦! «, r - ^ek i V? v ^ v *\ r # ' Che *M , - v SI. Team No. 2: Arch Lingan, W. J. Loc and T. B. HollidayJayton, July 10,11 and 12; Lipan, 17, 18, 19. Team No. 2: Areh. Lingan, W. J. Loo and Lotta Burke: — Memphis July 20, 21, 22; Rochester, Aug. 3, 4, 5; Vernon, 10 11, 12. Other encampment committees will pleaae report at once to the Southern Socialist Lecture Sys- tem, W. J. Bell, manager, 615 Kennedy Ave., Tyler, Tex., so that encampment teams may be awign ed to you and the dates set for your encampments, avoiding the confusion and disappointment caused by waiting until...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 June 1916

■~!r Mt'Vf Vv^^r a ji^te te* .v " ■ ■ — -- . i-i.- Hi I"!;* I 1 m:v|$ _ *©i0. £ at TA. HICKEY, Editor 60c per year* ofebe of lour or more (40 weeks) 25e. 11 this number k opposite a e /> your name your subecrip- XJD tioo expires next issue. fiXAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK. League of Amtric*. year. In dubs of 4 or 25c eaeh. 3 years for $1. -iU OBBAT ATFMAM OMMAX TO U* OWLY IBOAUO W* AM OK OUB «iu c( r ^ n «i, <)ji! t a Entered M sMond-elMa matter July 1, 1911. it tke portofflM at Hallttto- Bj^LLETT8VILLE. TEIJSt SATURDAY, JUNE 17, W& pottoffi der Mt ■■ ■• ... Utilizing the Dead. •i"TT-M" -i *• '• ' * . 1 . , • Ferguson's Per- centage. """" ' S? Themis nothing like German ef- ficiency. The reason why such an enonaousamount of shells are be- ing used by the Teuton^ at Ver- W-1 Germans who in turn kill some more A lies and so on ad infinit- um. '. ' We receive this newa from a press dispatch sent out from Chi- "ifltft supply in the States will be exhausted daya. It h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 June 1916

MMHi IPM ru-^ " i K| I 11':i I te |H .' B f; I p j|j; 1 1 ft;?-' igH>? ■ [ a'l I :r; •.. mm Are Yon Oadtr the ikm h&d the Port Worth R«oord publishes On its editorial page an attack upon the editor of thla great religious weekly that has just been copied in the Waco Times Herald. The fir£ of the Herald was drawn be* cause fit an article we had writ- ten on the burning of a negro on the public square in Waco last month. We might reply to Mr. Robin- son by saying that it waa none of his dog-gone business why we are here, but we will be a little more explicit and say that just as the immortal Patrick, the patron saint of my aire land, journeyed to Ire- land because he* thought that of all spots on earth she needed his spiritual assistance moat so in like mood did I journey to Texas, a spot that is potentially the great- eat on this continent, but that ac- tually haa been turned in- to a hell-hole - by the landlords and usurers who own McLennan and 251 oth- er counties in the sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 June 1916

i l? mmm ::-mm " ?' ' *. Correspondence. ^ OUR REBS. HaUsttsrille, Tex., Jane 6*1916 v • ■ Mr. A. MN^uuom, Associate Edi Milwaukee Lead er, ^jlwan^ee, Wis. My pear Simxnona Enclosed fi^d a oopy cument that throws a light upon preparedness parades? I hand k to you as it was sent to me through George Clifton 'John J. Riinck fires in the first biflch of subs on the 15 cento un- AiUafter election proposition. He is closely followed by Lorenz Pe- nmen and other active Rebels who waftt to make November 7, 1916, a historic date. Just think what it mean for our cause if every worker would make it a o send in the names of ten ho do not read Socialist literature they to get the Rebel front now until after the Novercu . _ . Ed- wards of Dallas. 1 am running it in this weekg issue of the Rebel and you can make what use of it!l)0r «lection- Grab a sheet of paper yon wish. The Armstrong Packingian^ #° 1-0imd up ten of your Company is a Texas branch 0f' the Armour Packing Company. There iR no doub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 June 1916

'■T'imi ?? Sfe iM-Mj K State Office Notes. r CI- ?};< hi: W. T. WBBB, State Secretary, CRsoo, Texas. M * - V ■*?*?''«& r. i •' " ■ 1 "" \ MEITZEiT'S TOUR. 1 t ENCAMPMENT i««* ia ^ -,Pt~ mi Beports from Northwest Twow, iTeMa No. 1: wfceriiB. JR. Meitsen, nominee lor R- Meitaen, Wm. D, Simpson govvhr, is otfn* awning &re to)**'— &-i Bwfl, July the effect that never ha* * gover- 10. U, 13; Hewett, 18, 14, 15 j nor'f tour bo$n such a success. He' **"' * * is iopkmj hiilWla vote* At stre# to 17,18,19; Gny's'storc of fanners, •pie that xx- seen at a p&ti- thare in year« and all the last word wm . , !MHnVi v ?f Democrats were heard to say that his argument, especially ss to the land question, was unanswerable. At Floydada the courthouse was filled with a crowd that had wait- ®d until 4 p. m. for the delayec mail auto that brought the speak- er, The crowd was from three to four times as large an that which greeted either Henry or Morris the previous week. At Roscoe at nig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 June 1916

V >'. THE REBEL READ BY 160,000 ACTUAL TJL H1CKJ5Y, Editor -; 50c per year; elube of four oc more (40 wsoks) 25c. FARMERS EACH WEEK ■t<7 Organ Land Ltagu* #/ 50e per fear. In dub* of 4 or more 25c etch. 3 yean for $1. If this namber is opposite your bum your sabscrip- 257 tion expires nut - un vt Aim ll TfjlHtf S, ltTft BALLETTSVILLE. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916. No. 266 mLmt ▼ilk, Tml, m I I ■ -t ,rj\. r.. " ;i .k ' i* • p v ~ , . Not & thousand year* hence; nor a been confined to isolated tooalitws oontury or a generation hence— |<p countries. -within Nffw the conditions are wortd- ) ! j wide. If the torch of social revolt ono lit in any country it will > read through out the world. latkm of civilisation hut NOW—next a d< • • e /tt-. - is from a letter to .Hon. Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War: ■ lam addressing you on the .most momentous question of the day in the hope that you may be able to initiate the steps necessary .to avertuhe greatest of all disaster...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 June 1916

a Hi IB l! Ekv, • The Ideal in Politics. By whose dictum is it that "po- litios in politics,' meaning the bsi- lot box can only be approached with the inconsequential and equi- vocal t v-■■■-..;"-,V Who has enacted that rib real demand for tangible freedom — that equal freedom which shall abolish the " right" of one person to starve many, or of any person to withhold from others free ac- cess to natural opportunities— Who has ordained that no such measure may be carried to the ballot boxt Who has decreed that no frank and bold demand for Immediate and Actual Freedom shall be vot- ed upon? What power has forbidden a band, graft—in a word deceit for Bfc Business, and not the possi- bility of anything at all for the people." ''25** >* ^ very reason you idealttts ahould stay GUtof poli- tics and confine yourselves to propaganda." > ■■ f W; W". \ M And thus preserve the ataus of things as they are-of atarving children, wasted, broken lives, helpless homclcs* old age, prostl tntion,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 June 1916

IP PRICE AND VALVE OR "8BIPTLES8" DIXIE. (Jfy Co^Hrto" Bail.) How aiten have you heard it al- leged that the main cause for all the poverty in Dixie was our na- tural-born laziness, "shiftless- ttesst" Well, then, you Donka who have actually believed the oommon people of Dixie were poor an<i ftU of pellagra because the Plutocrats and their Politiciaus , i told you so, take a look at these taken from "The Manufateurers Record/' which you most certain- ly will not be fool enough to say a "Socialistic or Anarchistic m Mm N. 0. figures published in the — of 4jl6|6r editorial page, and HAYWOODtSMS. "No, it is not capitalism that is crushing out lives and souls in Colorado. WHY SOME PREACHERS OP- POSE SOCIALISM. - u.w mnam >•> It is a well known fact that we It has the savage will, know and understand our own MACHINERY AND MORALS. NO RENT DAY8 ON THE SEA. An old sea-faring song that was very popular * hundred years ago The machine FORCES co-oper ative labor upon the race and* in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 June 1916

*« r^s/ «R ^«w -3^Ni F: .;•• - .-• "4'. ' V ' rfE 13 mil J iiiumjii '#31 H; • w mm. m ■/ ? .^y"7 ■.fr-"rv{ M11B ->' ■' " p.y; w*:; it ,'y- jSg% 1111 till V" ®p,W'/S f® " 1 r;s;:. mm* ^NA- TIONAL CONVENTION. f s J 1 il; I'' Efii i; W,T. EncmPmtH Date1. „ . . , Team No. 1 lift Meitsenj I ^ LeUnd r. 0; Simpson; Covington Hall; 1 Worth, State Secrtttty, Cbw, Tux. Picnic Team. f"- M Sfc^MLL M«r f _ ■m of Fort 19; Gay's Store, 20, 31; August 1, 2, 3; Bonham, 16, 17, 18,19 ; 1W, July. Team No. 2 — Arch Lingan, C. Nugent, W. J. Loe, Desdemonia, July 10, 11 and 12, Sweetwater, July 13, 14,15; Lipafc it, 18 19; Team No. 2 — Arch Lingan, C. Nugent, Lotta Burke. Memphis, July 20, 21, 23; Morgan, 24, 25, 26; Rochester, Aug. 8, 4, 5; Ver- ■SHHfRoS'Al non, 10,11,12; Glen Row, Aug. Southern Socialist Lecture System Appointments. Wm. D. Simpson 1— Alvin, June 24; Houston, 25; Cleveland, 26 to 28; Vitaw, 29; Orange county, 80; llartburg, July 1. Arch. LinganMenard coun- ty, June 19 to 29. Wm. J. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1916

W&r-* if 3: mmwm !*'" ■ x nm mV'jt;-;- "f? *V K 1,1 u i THE fe# TJL. HICKKY, Editor )4J ,K«; * 50c per year; date of four or mors (40 «mhs) Xk 11 this snb«r If your uOO expires " v.; -:. *XAD BT 100,000 ACTUAL dubs of 4 or HALLETTSVII&E SATURDAY, JVLJ 1,1010. MO. 267 & • * OF BATTLE NMMf "Single Taxor" Urges that Prohibition bo Mot Glv [:W;: 1 . «V'V . . v.' •• — L^t Saturday, the editor of this gwat wligious weekly re- ceived A cordial invitation to eome to Houaton and be the guest of J. J. Pastorisa, the fame Tex Commissioner, who hee put Houston in the Hap through the adoption of the Houston plan of taxation, whieh has mti^r that eHj known to the uttermoet end of the seven sees. Wb pankrtl oar gripi n a hurry end reached Houston Sunday Ob the powh of hie beautiful home after dinner, I in- terviewed the *** who next to Henry George and Joe Fela is A mer- it,. Pastorixa had Just returned from a "vacation" that had lasted eight wee* and had taken the form of a speaking D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1916

"a.'1 V*: ill •f • OUR FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. is | iV f£ I6. ' ' It if J $ (By T. A. Hi«k*y.) It wu an #td fashioned two story rook building with heavy froo shatters such m wu constructed in the early days w^eti the white own fought the Indiana; w one of the corners on tit* court hrnm aqnare of liaJietUviJle that the Kebel tu born on July 1, 1V11, The first story wm occupied by a saloon end oar office on the aewmd floor was, reached by e wooden staircase that wee nailed to the side of the building and the entire staff took their respective lives in their hands when the}1' went to work. We believe we must have lost some subscriber* because of that wonderful staircase because I know a number of negroes used to baward the trip from time to t.im to turn in a subscription that was desired by sundry beautiful ladies who stood on the side walk and watched in amazement the negro swaying from Hide to side as he went up to oar editorial sanctum. Our equipment consisted of an old fashioned rattle-...

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