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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1916

I ' " Bpl "f li i. * - IM 112p V«gi5 is" ' \ - "fV '- ■ — **;. MEXICAN WAR. m ".k, M ■ The attention of our readers far and near it invited tothe fact that the quietest spot on God', foot* tool today is Texas. I say Fact in its moat liberal sense, there ia no poetry about it. True enough it is that there is an un- godly war brewing down here. The men who are preparing the bullets whether of lead or paper, live hundreds of miles from the Bio Grande* In interior counties like Ellis and Dallas and Grayson where the native born Texans are treated by the Demo- cratic landlords worse than the peons were treated before they put the boots to hacienda owners on the other aide of the Rio Grande. Forget the reft in^ and the scare headlines, the yells for troops and the orders to go to the .front, it is bunc. Pure Barnum bunc, and President Wilson is personally and directly responsi > We for the fraud for the reason that he lias allowed himself to be used by J. P. Morgan, Senator Dupont of D...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 July 1916

■J ' '■ i : pPs&t* - aHc? 7Vu- &'W ' >w ■S ■■■-.- • «. *jR§jf < -:- ;• mmwrn '■W ?3&*ttfj Wp® . ' li v« ' - , i - - r t AM*?"'1 '*> ". r >'« I If ,. i S ly? ;«l. I la. -v i\ i *• I i: -VH State Office Notes. W. T. W1BB, State Secretary. Cisso, Soutksm goctatitf froturt Syittm Appmtntnti. Wm. D. 8IMP80N—Hartburg, July 1 j J^Newaome, Broaddus, ome, 6; Hi Tarrant County. The Socialists of Tarrant ty held « county convention t or 3; Lufldn, Marine Saturday afternoon ant unt oounty, 7 to adopted a platform and nominated Wm. J. LOK—Jayton, July 8; i 18, 14^15. done, 4t Sweetwater, 18, 1 CLARENCE NUGENT Sweetwater, July lfc 14; IS) Mem phis, SO, 81, 23. E. R MEITZEN—Leaday,June 89; Maaon, 80: Brady July 1 %\ 8*, *U, JO, 11. £tj Charles- ton, 18,14, 18; Bowie, 17, 18, 18. COVINGTON HALL-Hi ~ July 8, 7, 8; Tool, 10. 11, II Charkaton, 18,14,15; Bqwie, ! 18,19. LOTTA BURKE regular Juljr 90, 21, M Memphis, Throckmor- / debatea — 5 A. HIOKET - ton, July 4. DAVIS-HI CJKEY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1916

pi mm MI ' ,%V V'-';"----:' • jjoUfy Vjj- ixao $flj P.SWpS IpiMI •••'.'■ **'■;• vV &> « 4 «rfj TBI « * I IIP -■r *0 US OXLT SBOAVn wi ABB OH OUB -WW ABIUL TX HICKEY, Editor<J* . - 50o per yaar; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25e. H this Dumber is opposite . your mum joav aoheertp- 259 tkm expiree mM * JULLMTT8VKU, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JVLI 8, 1919. wm> ARE TMt FABMER8 AND WJfAT 18 THEIR RELA- TIO&S to WAGE WORKERS (By Codington HalL) PRECINCT:—A small area blue-pencilled off on the wherein the politicians herd tfetur voting cattle for counting ptoK WARD.—An aggregation of precincts cultivated for the pur- pose of producing pap for eouneilmen and legislators. TILLAGEA. country store and saloon surrounde^ty shacks that am beginning to run into each , other. The embryo of the town •odeity. > TOWN:—-Several country stores and saloons or bHndtigen surrounding a sawmill or some other industry and incorporated for the purpose of bringing about more harmonious relations be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1916

mm at1 V-'V -*v ■*•■•>,' ^tKv*i3LL% Vw"- •' * i ' ' m ■■iT- 1,''V i,,, 3,'sr ■■■:■ ■ ?fwW- tpi H 1Mi If :■■ f if- ;-it ii- aS'aH« IPIHraH Wmif m Mk 'mmmWmsi& p-stti - s i i (By 0- M. Morris, A. B., of the Oklahoma Bar; Member 0f Fourth Oklahoma Legislature.) The l&th oentury gave aa Dar- win and Mane, among the greatest scientists and philosophers of the world, and for this the 19th cen- tury will always1 be illustrious. But >f we are asked aa to what ideaa they held common, ran we answer t As to how they taught and thought that . their names should be linked together f t Although Darwin waa nine yean the senior of Mare, they lived and thought in the same age and un- der the same environment*, suf- fered hardships — one as to sick- ness ancf )the ether as to poverty, prepared their manuscripts in the same city, London, —suffered ostracism froiri society, denounced by the same minister* and shun- ned by the aamc public — the crowd, — the mob,-— and after giving to the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1916

V,.- mji" ■ '■■■ ;t ■ --'■' - *■ 'V' ' WWWWWilWEg)8tffT,inr'?f-' * 4 •••"-'•• v>:.: V ; V. ' . ' " " ... , * ..a-- ..... - «k: ■ . « § ■ptmjjh :.'*••• ''' hRHI Hte; ii--. ,, . :/• *•/ ■ i -*■ ni- /• ;• f? Pf -., .. •. *;w . ■ ipgy##*: ice M« if "* tl The New Era x* 'I *1" to 'lunbiig and letter from the Re- fMJla,jmck ai Big Business pcao- signed by LieotW. tically blacklisting the Wofker. Birge, e|o Recruiting Office *t into "Preparedness Parade*" Antonio, asking for free ad- and the Aniy. istng which tloeea with an ap- The Diek Law waa passed in peel ia the name of Texas to ar- Dec. 1902, at a time when no per* oiwe the spirit of Texas to enlist son except the power* above and bring the Tens National thought of war. Not a promineut Guard to war ittrength (L e. from paper in- the land, excepting the no money for advertising, To this we replied that we were opposed to militarism and war and would not advertise this matter. We also sent him one of our anti- war cards to Wilson, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 July 1916

lap •JW« .Jui 15® r ; .3J • ', ■51 EMM • t TO \*V\ ?• y f-'- V -> _** Kr' BWjl'4- r#i:'**" '■'! Mf 1 iii- 'I t 7. . i'i I ilr I ■ m - <r,i n &k* i ■ if II * f •! {:} :i t '■ i * it ■:<X. > < -v" ft i &?* >>s?: ®1 SmB ■' 7 v^sss §f|j| g§P?W! tate Office Notes. i T W. t. WBBB, Mife WW OTWWh ■r ft m V CSseo, Texss. ■ - - •. , *- Schedule of Davis-Uickcy Debate*. Fort Worth, July 1; Graham, 3; Memphis, 5; Trusoott, 6; Haskell, 7) Ovalo, 10; Cross Plains, 11; Blum, 13; Sweetwater, 15; Winns- bono, 17; Yoakum, 20. „ Encampment Date*. Ewell, July 6, 7, 8; Tool, 10,11, 12; Point, 10, 11, 12; Chalk— Sweetwater, 13, 14, 15; Charles- ton, 13, 14,15; Santo, 13, 14, 15 Denton, 12, 13, 14, 15; Desdemo- nia, — ; Blue Ridge, 12, 13; Bowie, 17, 18, 19; Memphis, 20, 21, 22; O'Brien, 20, 21, 22 Siloam, Rochester, Row, -j Morgan, Aug. 3, 4, 5; Glen Stephens Co., 7, 3, 9; Mineola, 1, 2, 3; Bruceville, — ; Condon Springs, 14,15, 16 Bonham, 16,17,18,19; Jsyton, 21 22, 28 ; Cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1916

*&r? jtA&iV PjP AmuwuT to tn out —""" ■ *- BJir" I ABB OB OUm • *1 ' ra SATURDAY, JUtY 15, f|. misi MV t > sp& Sf m. « ' \ -#T «*" A. ' r v the broiling T-A. HI COY. Editor 50o per ysarj eluba of four or more (40 tfttis) 28c. If this number is oppoai t* ^ yw dim four sobeahp- 2t>0 tkm expiree ant tea* • ■! i Uat Wednesday aIterao son of the in the city of lCsa^ \ theassad iv of vto earfe fro l« ft*hs CMIdreai In the Booth £ ihs North, ! haa! taocMow* and gmettta| fight for three hoars ev*r the question of Demoofcaoy-- tjto jpntjine *s. the spurious brand. Myopp<feent «u Judge John Davis, for twenty years a prac- ticing attorney it DaUas, and candidate before the <>«-« "*> primaries tor the highest office in tfco gift of $e P*Pft * that of United States Senator. Ike Judge is W jt physically, in Teaaa, standing six foe^lfre in his stoekinf feejt, as lean as a panther, *el|hs WODOtods, is 88yeara old, and while he is a giant pfay«My,i*fr equally as big ffl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1916

|MfI ■Wl,; '. ' "''i rtrt*■ £SXj ''■'' •'' ^C" ' "';' •v!H?'l-« v...;; '' "': ' V' ,.',,"1 \; — Sr -■!*■ •' KI";K %■ • TOt ■• '• K il'* $ ) KW ■ ►«RP m l® tV-".. p $> r •r- ^::;;l'S;:.'•-'A,! V ■i-Si SBVJ ' '-£■ 'Cf. Wm 'fe' m 8jff*;ai|jj :mm§ w-m m W 91] JS*«i,'3 .'iRKvP P# J ill jl *'fe _ t *f5.' BA -f >0 ' j • i,': ; :| . ■ ' j * r i ^'fK $ v; y i*{f I ■*i m ri-B Ifl I >' I I -f •# I 11 r j #jf li ■ if ' * i 11 : •\ "1 $ .Vit" Ki 'I I fas | i. • E$J| n SSI i i The Hosts are Gathering. Lakq North, the farsceing and _ w _ „r fcarieaa editor o£ Everyman (Lye -were treated to a flood of p; ^jdSr-^fri', % 3 :!-vW s^ife '-''"r? '/'■• '■ •■■*#■■ IPC ?TsE.y BfeppHJf '•:%! ,n - ':%V &#Si a pathetic cask of pat- mOTlBU. Ever since the WUaon adminis- tration. began preparing to law and order the ~ Angeles, CaL) has something in spiring to aay this month, as to gathering of the red hosts of America for the grand drive on Privilege in America. The fact assault i. on the trenches ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1916

mm? mmn mm?. . .. ••• "* 7* . V" W-- is ftSSsfl By OtwM Garrison FflJord. - (President of the New York Bv .... «ning Post Company.) ir ^ pp< *$ji' In years to come, node of the many amazing phennomena of 1916 will, 1 am rare, cause greater wonderment than our recent dir ooeery that aaivennl military ser- vice is tiie eurrall for every one of oar AmwiMn j(li Do we irUi to - defend our country? We have bnt to adopt the system of training every boy to be a soldier, and the problem is solved. Do we wish to become indus- trially efficient f Then let us for- get all about vocational training, but give every American a year under rams, and presto! we shall outdo Germany in scientific effi- ciency and management Is our youth lawless and undis- ciplined? Universal compulsory service will end that at once for all. Is our democracy halting? It is the tonic of a democratic army that we need in which all men shall pay for the privilege, of citi- senship by a year of preparation for poison gas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 July 1916

SPSS?® pmm U¥- m lajt; Rf-.fr! 1' i t im .: §*$ J HE HI 9-ii® ',(• ".i a I I ] I/! 14 if .'j Hi: I ,[(: 4-i ). : • 1'ii J '1, I ■1-4 1 I see '•asK-f W.T. OP* Stat* Dabalea M; Bowie, 17, 1 'HINOS TO DO HOW. hlr, Thi k 41**$# to EVERY |«* to •bout call x I tkftt itim —, July l5*(or tU, b. - i^rm3jn^ *&**, rait**. - If ha is asleep, wakej Wt ,. X ' * I1" fc) thrt nwil a t 7 M piwtwt m-Lmnridi Wm in the ?r ire* «r •M:. . * (From Philadelphia Bulletin.) 008* * #.< Tax. «m re«d ir. J. article* ■'4 #• ■W* Sr,A SIMPSON V, ad-J o*tf U«i If yoa at* S?fe£r£ ^ N Nf #p th* eaaia ia tsg-sap1^ Lva *,#nd ia ^wb •* °nM- r,zr. ajaartsr h rx£££"« i^brr * • trict Conventions of all Districts ber Md cot Wlf from your county 1a fa: Conditional. Lit Senatorial, (Legislative, Judicial e ' ^ tu j or Sbpreme Judicial. If yon have|you ^ ^ Jrfallkl, U th« a 1,1 Mb and Tha battle as the <faj« go until elee- that he hepea itinjr one. jftndb the eaah ."lhat , the toiler*. • - hive ten frittds tinted for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1916

Bm$F :-*m. W/Y ••; ■ w .sv* . rawgn* i.j£t/ rjmt v- *• —■* - &W*%fc*k'f-y''■'$?, •* * ?HBSo*E*6aK fWwaA raaHflawSSW • -kci *.v liiil jfjf -.;•; "' ^ "fT- f s -" ■ f'*'" : • -'l KE&^Sj TfJ! «c.-.-fi >•;• - p Wmmm' JsCFzI * 50o per ysar; ah*i of bw or (40 weote) **** If -. 1 - - -J -- . - jw MM* y*w km-rm *1 (OUUkJt I ' ' ■ H| I m nr.i i j n iiiniif'-tir irni hi"' :' '■ |i— miii in i TVRDAfyJVLZ a, mi l' IS WfT&m L. ' .1.- r tion, and i* high In finanehu cir- -^C"1 made r M| ^aT^8® fttC the eoal minnta WW *«* *: ed in the end by the honsafcjr of by Alexander Howat , president of the frportfion and other officers of it, and the ewar tare whom they uefcd for corrup- tion Alexander Howat, now triumphantly vindicated, was the district president, and is «t01 the district president, of District 14 of the United Mine Workers of America Th. trial in which h* proved hk own innocence and proved the integrity of anwn o*. winn in the soathweat, will be famous in the history of Am- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1916

m i I I I !> I 1 a4. I *1 I 1 <;f -w " 1 'U I T$ 11 if I I i *?I ii# ■'P INSUR- ANCE GRAF^T. Na*t to the banking graft the most outrageous form of rob- bery in existence in America to- day. This i« true of any lino of insurance, whether it he in life, fins nek, storm,, aoeident, or oth- er insurance. %#.. :;«g2S5 '4~-W. p" J I g ■fpr'r j§gpK -■fmymr 'V; 'PATRIOTIC" MB. KE8NEB. A Daliai Rebel reader (a non- Socialist) send,, us the Moving clipping from the • Dallas Dis- patch: "Sobbing but defiant, Arthur Stampley, 14, 1304 C<frinth-*t, was brought into juvenile court yesterday afternoon, charged with disorderliness at Trinity play- m The Socialist party, therefore park. He was freed later of state and nation, has taken its stand tram the very jump for oollootive ownership of the in- surant* business. In foreign coun tries where the Socialist vote rose high enough to frig^en the rul- ers into giving oonoMoas to thelblc people, we fihd thjgtjJ* Social- h^j "The boy was charge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1916

io Philippine a rm ^P&:; - (Sprite The Bebd) Chicago, 111, July 6.—The na- tional platform of the Socialist party was submitted to the na- tional executive committee in ses- sion here today, after revision as to form and wording by a sub- committee. After adoption the declaration of principles will be submitted tb a referendum of the party membership in the entire country The platfocm as submit- ted reads: * 4 la the midst of tta greatest crisis and bloodiest straggle of all hhtorv the Socialist party of America reaf firms its steadfast adherence to the principles of iaternationalism, world peace and industrial democracy. CAPITALISM CAUSES WAS. The great war which has engulfed so much of civilisation and cost mil- Hohs of lives is oae of the natural 1 fruits of the capitalist system of pro- duction. Fundamentally, it was the de- sire Snd effort of competing national groups of capitalists to grasp and con- trol the opportu nities for profitable investment which brought about • th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 July 1916

$f s mm mmm mm II State Office I f MlS # I ?■ W. T. WEBB, Slat* Secretary, CHeeo, Texas. ,#1 r I ' I 'I til n I 1 I'ii ti- M I; el: i !l 1 i i ,i I:. 1 1'"- Jw r Encampment Dates. OUrivn, July 80, 21, 88; Mitt- da, Aug. 1, 8, 8; Siloam, 8, 4, fij Rochester, 8, 4 5, Cotton Plant, 7,8,9; Crockett, 7,8,9,10; Shelby county, , Glen information poe social. ists in organized dis- Under our new state canstitu- m, it is the duty of socialist* Where they organize locals „in which have r, ■ * • -v i* i: \V -- •' ta.dub am aods that things ait getting warm in hiiMsSEfai a^^ wsy Geo. J. 0f0Km iouu s 1 BLr ' - '-Tex', raP fi ss &. iuu been stirred reds Arch °* __ the 13th, the 14th the Darii|of eight who si* tired of voting Hickey debate was pulled off at 'or what they have been getting tfcei ent mining companies of Industrial Workers of the World. • The Iron Miners aie m- ■UHHHRSt?—, w--^«lNtWijp«y thousand havfthft ; A* -* — 2 p. m. with ti, Ur*<* «d mo« Md they re now looking for a the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1916

'Wmm? 3kt*:-w' 1 ' I 1"' T-i. HlCKB^r, Bdfcor 60« per year; elate of four cm move (40 weeta) Sit. 262 tfett expires mkI iMMi ■MMHNMMIMtatfNiMMWMMVMMMkNMMMWMNM—. his to war-torn is telly <*e , by the fMfei Socialism will : info power with seven-lea- Abeady thesigns of the com* ing revolution are showing on ev Xhand in this and other eoun- . Sere are a < « 1916 straw* that show whence the wind it blowing: SOCIALISTS WiS FINLAND. Socialists new have a complete ntftjority in the Finnish landtag the natiottil Finnish parliament. 'DM icanlt of the elections just held showed results as follows Old Finns, 38; Young Finns, 22; Swedes, 21; Ar reriaia, 19. In order to accom- plish this remit the Socialists were compelled to greatly increase their total vote. Both men and women voted at this election, universal 'been secured as ft 'result of the efforts of the Soeia* list Party, fa 1907 the 8o4*tista had 800,000 votes, which was more than 40 per osnt of all votes cast In th« 1914 election...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1916

I -• • f mrt} 4 I- m v I *p -VJ If M? i %&i f If? f . ;{f i •r'4# ,j ■ i S' ■J: ) |i I if f 1! s i ! t \ II W I 1 i u • vJ ' :i "Ijl Ill j f Debs for Congress (fir Mu SheroTer.) Terre Haote, Ind,—Deba can bo <4eoted to Congress! No one but the Socialists them- sclve* can defeat him. This Is my sincere oonviction mw. I came down here sceptical •Wat 'Oene'g prospects but I am aseptical no longer. 1 believe that Doha' chances to record a Social- ist victory are excellent. And arrived at thli conclusion after talkitig with and interviewing numerous persons in every walk of life, none of whom were Social- ists. I talked with miners and clerks, lairyers and glass blowers, editors, porters, politicians and bell-boys. 1 questioned labor leaden, con versed over the phone with cler- gymen and made it my business to over-hear ooovenations in res- taurants and other public places. Tho sentipent in favor of Debs' election Win by no means unani moos, I an satisfied that I am not over optim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1916

mgsjk "T v\f • dW^Sl W ! •I; t ' $=£, •v mage. *7V'V'-v?. ■ . il fe feisl: -v & * : :' V, % Ul :ik. o irX ' Jfif ' '<-•- ••-iv----.. • Inquisition? Answer, YES!!! As fast as the united pitalism and carry us! tion" -(By J. R. Baden, Yoakum, Tex. And I beheld another beast (capitalism) coming up out of the earth (human society); and he had two horns (gold and sil- ver) like a lamb {apparently both iwtefut and innocent), and he spake (in potency) like a drag- on (with fierce power). And he EXERCISETH ALL THE P(tW- BB of the fiMt beast (oivil, gtfv- * eminent of Christendom) before htm and eauseth them that dwell in tKe earth to worship (adore— pay homage to) the first beast (in the form of "patriotism"). And he (capitalism — the money power) doeth great wonders, so that he (capitalism) maketh fire (war) come down from heaven (civil power), in the sight of men, AND DBCEIVETH THEM that dwell on the earth by means of those miracles (supernatural stunts) which he (capitalism) had po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 July 1916

. J,v ilk,/; 3 PI _Ss ,;•' ® I I'- ll ®i- &: i : Si 11F 31. | M <1- "T i i?:i ' '.4 il i $; j m ■ \ 'mi |;i if t'jr t i 1 a ; t U I'if ' i I I { mt t u { i! II ji I :! I :&rl> i 1; 1 i a i , rl I I I III 1 'is*.--; ' s r~!——>"**•- aa I n.H 1st 17.7* * f. * fit a California r jCncmpwi6iii Dots*. (*'. • 5 , . ,. / • * | •!> .•/ ■ 8?Ivi Mineola, Aug. 1, 2, St Luedeea, Am. 2, 3, 4, 5; Siloam, 8, 4, 6, Rochester, 8, 4, 5, Cotton Plant, 9) Crockett, 7, 8, 9, 10j oounty, j OLan Rom, —■—j Pretonett, 7, 8; Bellinger, M Collin county, 9, 10, Uj Winnsboro, 10, 11, 12. Condon Aug. 3, 4, fit Cotton Pli 9{ Bruceville, 21, 22; 28. B. & MEITZEN - Spring* 14, 16, 16: Voas, 16, 16, 17) Bonhsin, 16, 17, 18, 19: Bit- tie, 17, 18; Jsyton, 21, 22, 28 > Bruoeville, 21. 22, SB. lecture 8ymm Appoim Wm. D. SIMPSON ~ Sflosm, 6t Cotton Plant, 7, 8, 28. Aog. 1 j Siloaaa, 8, 4, 6, Ctotton Plant, 7, aToTvow, 16, 11, 17j Bruoeville, 21, tt 23 j T. A. HICKEY - Minoola, Ang. 2} Silosm.3, 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 August 1916

i . -*v **■■-: l£ •' T. A. ffiCKBY, Editor Mo poc yearfekhe at four or more (40 wsshs) 26*. tfthk *X£ 263 a tkm expires WB ABB OB OUB i BALLETT8VILLS, m SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1916. No. IM - \ V.: .••; mmm i If. 11$ T. A. Hick*by Covington Hall.) Hiekey to Jul Colquitt, Culberjon, BWoks, et al, has now reached the fever point. By the time this of THE REBEL appears Hiekey will have gone before the Grand Jury as the following from "The Dallas Dispatch'' of the Mr , W will indierta. Hiduty'a any of frianda thru Texas will appreciate the faet that he ia going thru regardless of consequences. n ' — Covington Hall intervieved Hickey in the State Hotel iu Dal- las last night. He said: " "This is a fight to the finish and when I get thru the issue will have been squarely joined as to whether the politician* of the Deaoeratie party aw g°i®R to k°*t the "black flag of diarchy" Bad tear up the laws themselves have made or whether they will I poannfnllj submit and issue me a eommission ss United S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 August 1916

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Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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