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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 September 1916

■;PA<: I# Wm i Read This Ye . * ' . «v* * Parasites. -i) , Helow the Rebel printa a lead- inc editorial t*m on of the great ewqftpers of ^orpnto, Canada— >e GtU>be- We received the clip- ping from a Canadian comrade. It should be r d with a burning blush of shame by those American Methodirt, Baptist, Christian, £p. iseopa^ Cafbwio and all other preacher^ priests and laymen who for a pretense make long prayers but lift not a finger to prevent the ownership of the earth by a few parasites and the consequent en- slavement of the masses, out of which grows the mental, moral and spiritual degradation of the people that theao phariaees howl so loud anddong about, dealing bcat- antly with effects and skating .smoothly around the cause. To add damnation to their de- vilment many of them stand out and sneer at and lie about the only politioal-eeonomic movement on earth that would tax the eyeballs off the man that owns more land than he occupies and puts to best use and UNTAX the per...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 September 1916

Notes, 42b is ov \ Goorge R. Kirfcpatrick, Social- ist candidate for Vice President, and E. & Meiteen, candidate for Governor will apeak at Temple, Texaa, on October the 11th. Thing* are going to happen down in Jim- mi'• home town in November, e • • T. B. Holliday of Patoai, was nominated in district convention at Hamlin for congressman, 16th district. — M. W. Williams, chm. • • • Por Meitxen dates get in your applications early. Let's keep him going until election day. • • • Clarence Nugent, candidate for Attorney General is making things happen in Jones, Haskell and Fish- er counties. Watch for results in November. • • • Leland Baker is shelling the woods in the 12th district with good results. • f • Locals in the 6th congressional district will make their reports to J. D. Cormiohal, Milano, Tex. He having been elected district sec- retary of the 6th district. see B. B. Meitzen will speak at Pe- can Gap, Sept 9; Detroit, Sept 10, 11. THE SENATORIAL FIGHT. In response to hundre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 September 1916

[actual wsskm Iwyi &f A whoa, year. In dnba <a 4 or eaeh. 8 yw for |1 lilL at th poctetflM *t H*I •- rflk, *•*, Pf^' A h ■■. .-v ■' ■;>: ■;/;. > 'rf- :■ ... i ■ 'foljl • '• ;v *"!i THE GREAT APPEAR GR&AT TO TO OHIY BECAUSE WJS A RE ON OUR K1VVVII ■ InlT US ARISE. wmmmmmmmmmmrnmrnm T. A. HICKBT, Editor. 80s p«r ysar; fcro3r °* more (40 WSik*) %*- It this numberisopp«dto mar bubo your sobssrip- ZOa tion expires nsxt ksa*. HALLETTSVQJJS, TEXAS, AY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1WS MO. 268 (iaWtt iwr'te.- Just now there is a diaposition at or that man or men for the enactment of the first eight-hour n-wage law ever put upon the federal statutes and the con- hattiag of what would have been the most 8tuP1°dT ^SKmt ever seen in America. Let us see where the credit be- l0ng":Wheu 400000 men belonging to the "Big Four" brother- T" ^'rthS^Sror^ " revototionary - SetUcr in u. ^ M sstjs r & St s Station" where ^heretofore Aey "nothing-to-arbitrate rule, *he , kiae desperate attempt# that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 September 1916

I Iff! . M '• § s ift I % I £ 6. W t 4 I 1 K I? OTHWTBUL DXMOOEAOY. Responsibility it Man Dmd Democracy -Bun if Why Moit The Revolt of Irish Labor, ac- cording to Charles Edward Rus- sell, writing in the Dallas Dis- patch of 8-29-16, was the first conscious attempt of a body of workers to establish an INDUS- TRIAL DEMOCRACY. Says Russell: "James Connol- ly's papers contain a worked-out plan for organising such a sya- tem. Every Industry waa to be organized by its own workere, who were to be in sole and com piete control of it. Political di visions like states, counties and wards were to be abolished. The workers in each Industry were to choose representatives, and these were to constitute the genera government." Russell further states that this proposed form of organization is even now being discussed in Eng lish capitalist papers, notably in the London Times, the leading capitalist paper of the world, anc that the change from the Politi «al to an Induatrial organization of society ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 September 1916

^m Q ' l, "' .:;-'.V. ] •. ' •' ' ■J& r- s, * AMXBIOAN ZA- AFFAIR. -ft* 1 v _ ■ I 131 'itsa '■*■. .'rr. >nist moving pie- B Cty of Peace," toan citizens subr And injury at the twless soldiers of an army. The pk>- But in an affair o have actually occur- tilton, Ohio, 'the sol- ted do not belong to army, but our own. Mr . fcker, editor of the Ha- milton Socialist, charged two sol- diers, one a captain and the other a sergeant, with having assault- ed him, but Colonel Hubler of the Third Ohio Infantry would not allow their arrest by civil author- ities. He claimed existence of h, state of war, and that this made them answerable to military an- , thowties only. Though both the Judge Advocate General of the Army and the Secretary of War, Newton D. Baker, overruled that claim, the demand of the muni- cipal judge of Hamilton was nev- ertheless ignored that the accus- ed men be surrendered for trial in his court. Then when the judge, Horace B. Swank, request- ed Governor Prank B. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 September 1916

L n' " ^ 'v ■ f.i " ■'-■'■ . - _--*>> >'• 7 ...„v^ r; - • 1/ K . * ■ -«v x ,, HP? p p i ift X ■ f 3bt P{ 0!) I H i I i'f *3 V #'• rSsI P, w"' 9. m. f 1 s I: 1' # 1 p 6 1 4 it (- I i- I ^•^fpeasaapwiB 1111 U'll!"..1^ State Notes. W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Text*. Labor Day at Tirarber. Labor Day at Thurber was i mighty outpouring of the host of labor, "He revolutionary tend- encies of the' miners and tenant farmers* in fact all the hosts of labor in the vicinity of these min- ing towns was very 'apparent. Hon, Jno. R. Stubblefield of East- land and Judy Pranks of Steph- ensville delivered eloquent ora- tions on the beauties of labor and lauded the workers to the skies. But! When the mighty Meitzen was escorted to the platform, the real representative of labor, the applause was great. Meiteen's address was without question tho greatest appeal in the cause of the workers that was ever deliv- ered in Thurber and will be the talk of the town for many days to come. Comra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 September 1916

VVv 4'^': ' .• \ rgjjjf. ■ • :•' j- &•' m^mm v ■ •' A.' . ••■ ;•:> ;S'-'rZW$>.'■:tp. ' ffif-fo 9 ? -tv --' ^"V' ■ --i" ^ , t.: •T7' , !««•* *> SW* ife&j '; THEREBEL BMAP MY MyM ACTUAL year. h <W« <*• THB ORXAT APPEAR QEKAT TO U8 ONIY BECAUSE WB AU OH OUR KNEE&-LET U8 ARISE. T. A. HICKBY, Editor. 60e P«r year; einbt of four oar mora (40 weeks) 26e. If this number ia oppoaite A_A your nam* your sobaorip- 2/1) tkm expires next issue. ■riii '■ ■■ Mttar Jr^% ♦ H*ll. I Mt «t M«. , I HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 Mo. 269 But for the feet that the Socialist pa | and organised labor wrica joined hands and told Preside! STilson he had better "A call off the dogs of war, we would have been at war with Mexico today. Wilson knew from the acanty army enlistments that he . would face an armed rebellion at home if he dared draft and send troops into Mexico for the purpose of capturing.it for his masters— the Amerean Plunderbund. He found that the peop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 September 1916

• V' " ■HHpV ■ mm mfi ■;m:~'iQi iSSill ■■&'&■ ■>>* ■ W ?mm > mm ■^m0:WW^W^T ■ kBRm :W- kc-'■■*■": gWPPjasgaiREg "' ^'••" f ' 'V' "" r '.. . '- - ..'"■ Ow., * 7 rf' life, but when a sun bocomes a eboeutt Hfo socialist. public officer end carries * com- .—— ". nMn from a state like Texas to Haatftoa, Ohio, Aug. ts.—Why a represent it in the largest repro- H. Glllem u going to vot« neither the sontativc body in our lend—then Bcpubtieaa nor Democratic ticket in his private lift is a matter of pub- th« fan, but win «Mt hi* vote for ai- lie concern, ft may be argued hi Bmn aad Socialism, ha* to do that "Phillip drank is better than with a broken promise of tke United Phillip sober," ftnd that "Culber- States Government to take care Of au son drunk is better than Bailey enlisting soldier's family if left in &< sober." With this view of the affair I have no time to waste, sober Bailey and the drun- Culberson each played his part in the servibe of the ruling dsss that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 September 1916

" - A TYMOAL LANDLORD. tsSSKF — iiitwi the in Dm Rebel 's ■ends us story q| a typical Hip type can be found Texas, Oklahoma and every Southern State, because it is known to Gods and men that the parasite is alike in all lands and climes. We publish it in the hone that eur readers will enjjy our English friend's eharacterisa- tion of the landlord cattle aa much as we enjoyed it when we r**i«d tb. «w) t My Friend Lyndhurst Were it not that I have been intimately acquainted with Lord T , ^ f la Lyndhurst for many years it is possible that even 1 might doubt the incident which 1 am about to relate to you, but knowing the man as I do I have not the slight- est doubt of its truthfulness. For if ever a human being had i vV'?.- r*i ■ 'f-'J ma& mw in his loins the essence of correct- ness in all things, surely Lynd- hurst is that man. A descendant of one of our most noble families, he has schooled himself to the careful observance of the thous- and and one litte things which in- variably...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 September 1916

rSfun''' J- '" ??~'25??&i/v-V ■\&<fE$L'!tJ 'sHafth&fr'M --<• -r" -•:":^^:;:rrT—•' " ^ -- SSffs... • -- - "" ^'v' r JSjS %msx m Sfi2K£Ufr£fiHRMl9 ■ ■ ■ -■• ■- ■■<*■■ ■ * • * ■-•-^ >** •' sSSk; f & " ■ ^m?J. TBillKKfinROi y State Office Notes. W, T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cleoo, Texas. first District. it the district convention of ths First District, J. C. Thompson of Texarkana local, was* nomin- ated for congressman. He began, on September 16, an extended canvas of the district. • • • Klsvfnth Distriot, First report from the 11th dis- trict on June 1 our ditriet was organised with four locals with a membership of 74. At present, Sept. 12th, we have eleven local with a membership of 152, and only one county can- vassed bv oruanisar More and more the workers are realizing the need til organi- sation and are coming to the cause as never before. T. M. DeLooch of Waco waa nominated for congressman 11th distriot. Mrs. M. C. Richardson, Dist. Sec. Twelfth *DisUic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 September 1916

mm mm.i4 ®®jPP|F-x ■E-r^Eva "•r'v^ w&m m ■ ....I R E BEL ACTUAL 7U WKKK. ««* lUcseh. a m*91* FSf^ZSvh*^ * V ^ :-,;7 ; ■ v ■ liS?r?f s, '<•„ Ip^liPr 'mw„ kJfI ♦ ' ." ,fk& tm~ 'SBULT APPBAft CBtlAT TO US OHIT B10AUH* WS A SI OH 0U1 KXXX8—LIT US ARI8S. if* « T. - , 50s per year* more (40 weeks) l&e. If tU$ number Is opposite your name yw Rwrip- Zd 1 ttan expires mt km*. Y, SBPTKKBIB 90, 1916 «f Sift ' <5 «« $ aat down m a seat beside me in the Katy Limited, and a began on weather and crops. ! teamed that hia name ir. He was superintendent of all Northwest Tezss for the cultural Department, and had been serving under both and Wilson administrations. I told him my name was of Hal lefts ville, but that seemed to aihe no impression en what conversation followed it was very apparent that me a "respectable" citizen. Wishing to learn some facts, I left him in the belief that 1 was not a Socialist when that he was trying to crookedly prejudioe me against my own movement Here ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 September 1916

-i-~i i rm'-.-' . •.'•■ f -'-.-r—^-: ■ - m r.t ■■ W'?Ty.- ■ ■• •;, ■'", f vVV' *- ""• rj^frr "V :\ % ; ■.; It 1 I I 1 n I ;t I 1 ■ii H* I n ? id 11 :l| i\ 14 J y \ li Si if ii i r* . 1 1 n in 1888 and my men won. I tu not whipped although yon jailed me in 1894, and you blackguarded our nation to the uttermost ends of the earth ea a country thit had a subservient body of lick- spittle* that listened to the voice of the railroad manager* until, . , .- , —„ — . infamy outdid itself when the de- ®xpIo'ti tj1®/ 'P*1 upon Mr. Com moeratie president, Cleveland, re-l!^on 1 f°P'e. Now they approach eeived a telegram from Gen. Nel- |lm' Kln?®rv hat extended, and son A Mil** that said: «I hare ®tVn,ble. • weU «onned story of im ■~rrr^-y HJSPKWRfi mm. ------ •' . - j .. — i. ■B'lflH A,^*: tj msmww mmmnjj. m mm $.■ m a Another Side oi the Texas % ...i v-, PBHrOlLT POVHTY, (By Seott Nearing.) Th« railroad* have learned the trick of pleading poverty. In the jolly-roger days of their youthful broke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 September 1916

t'wk :V , -> ). .,1 Sr'iwte# * s ■ Ae to the suggestion for cox>psmtian ' between the Socialist awl BspabHean tg tk# flutdil inUt- anee of Obastade T. A. Hiekey ia die-, quattfyiag Ua Doaweratic oppoaents it Dm U. 8* fVmloriil raeo Urourk tfa« proper legal channels. Also that the State Secretary eaD upon all Lo- all money so collected to bo aaat direet to tka State Secretary. la skort this is not a rs As fereadun bat a eall far assistance to halp aot a poraoaal or an iadividual fight b«t tka CLASS 8TRUOOLK, aa tkia is as ataek oar fifkt as it la Con rada Hieksy % we akoald aot allow kirn to bear all tke expanse of at- toraay fsaa ete. Year Comrade, Mrs. Betaiee Lyon, See. Box 1104. • • • Talaattas, Tax^ R. 1, Sept. 11, l i«. k Com rate Hickey:— I havs just received aad read The Tka Babel that yoa aak for oar views always take time to read It for it is a sort of a tonic for all ills. I gee ia Tke Rebel tkat you ask for oor views or ideas about tke Oklahoma situation after tke e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 September 1916

}u. I ji li 1' I ' I "i "M H-. .1 J I II h | 1 I N :i i «I m I 1! « || I 1! i'if f i ■i m ft through this oounty at Athens, today, speaking to s good crowd. To say be captured the audience it mildly. This he is able to do. Bo goes from hare next week fete Smith and Rusk counties. J. B. Lewis, Dist. See. * 0 C -? 'fjf p|y DfttM. Cleburne, Wednesday Sept. J7j Waco, 28; Milano, 29; Rockdale, 80, 2:80 p. m.; Thornton, 80, 8 p. Lexington, Oct. 2; Austin, 8, 4,5 and 6, (before the Supremo Court.) local wanting Hickey in south oast Texas after October 7, will please write this^offipe at once. I. B. Meteen Dates. Quitman, Sept. 30; Winsboro, Oct 2; Jewett, 5; Maud, 6; Clsrksville, 7, 1:30 p. m.; Texar- kana, 8; Celeste,9; Open the 10; Temple 11; Elgin, 12; Sublime, 13 and 14; Houston, 15; Tom Ball, 16; Port Arthur, 17; Koontz 18; Bronson, 19; Hemphill, 20; Nacogdoches, 21; Open, 22; Ma ddsonville, 23. see Mills In Texas. Walter Thomas Mills, known as the Little Giant of the Socialist moveme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 October 1916

m Wm " • '*/"">' SJR' **''" & :*■'. .?-.v"^' ?wry>F%. ,f JL-v ;.'v—« i K.'ntA--''■'< :■$ .>^■:A-f - . "b&e: _,-■ . , —— actual ki! * WEEK. p s*. TH1 ail. J APPEAR OREAT TO 08 OHIY BECAUSE W1 A El OH OUR KNEES—LET i ; ^nr-ji No. 271 ■ I •>••«.•■ - vl T. A. HICKEY, Editor. 50s pery*iri elube <rf tov or nor* (40 weeks) 16c. lUr is opposite 0-0 your bum your snbsetfp- LI L tfca expires not _ ... k DIOW? wy training threat upq." ' the schools t hem in m Socialist Need anyone <|oubt that the . lent) i 8Te t capitalists will not stop know that compulso- with the school children of the service is already the >t*te of New YorkT They certain- .. — „ jtate of New York! ly not atop nnlees the people too"know that the military gtoP them. ^of school children is al- • • • of the state of New CALL IT by whatever gentle name you may choose — how do you know that those laws you like the idea of the Presid- without warning ent having the arbitrary power during the last ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 October 1916

■■■■■ BRV) V«" 5sS5«fe^>W] ^K&ppzr* •-. ' f Fjj'.'. JKRwW;:' •?< •"'. ,' • •■£••, .•V*r.c V •>-;<•>;• .3fc. • • • ".-A' . -- _ - v., J "GSgRSPJi W^wW mm ■\ kf v ■ • ii:K hi Hi ■ t- i 1 I iii! I f! I:| 1 >j il w ! I I ft; I 4 :><< 4 II11 P; t I ■ - Bri' - I I i B1' If ■ I ■'i; h |; I l\ II ( !-, ■ H.® * ill? I if j'11- i < i ■• 111 ■ I /■{ r , GUi i _ i ■ I I I Jt : P Iii ) ■ ' £ THI GOOD KAV FALLACY (Froaa tat No not hold witar. There are some men who have broken away from the old party ties, bat who hero fallen into the equally great fallacy of picking out the good men from all ticket* and toting for thorn. It'no doubt eeema to them to be ra*aon*ble to aingle ont the good men and rote for them. Bat it i« altogether unresaon- teet of h*ve eetions When correct illo pnblj or£ oe o on §M$ it dominance o Vt all in his om prin to o*rty are absolutely necessary in or- tier to gain a political and. Tho man, therefore, who does not ally himself with any par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 October 1916

mmV ; " "fe': *m ': . •-' - : rcr-r- &S& . ;-3:;.-;,:r.,^:.... :~c : . v .-. ■■ *** * !.,• M Sir P 4-m s^sjt . „ _,„ „„ 0 V "7"" \ y i i . -•• • • v. ',+ . 4 .. -. «... -v. *><* MB PABTTOTOO, I1XAI. <*H for 8*te Referendum. doeo, Tex., Sept. 30,1916. S9BS95999S59B5BSSSSS toauL wax kAomo September Z7, 1 1 . The iron miners of Minnecota We declared the strike off for .' W. T. Webb, aotug in ac tTJ t ™/T?n u"1?1** off. danc« with Article XIX, Sec. >me b^' Meetings of all of the State Constitution, and USSK ,of1?IeUl Jfme W<>rkew •fter reeeiTtng the raj.™ £ *W «. ber of seconds u ptortdrf to in J i8ee. 8 seme Article do hereby ?J ' for . .tete wid^ rrferenduM * iSfCrnef„'k* 'V* . am mine workers hare made of the membership of the So- iliat party of Texes w follow., "T**"' Hut .gut. Convention of the *! "*? SSfc. F&jwP ftTWSBsitf: l-f'l ili / 1916, for the purpose of review. ntW1?™ contnbn ing the work tfthe campaign ™J !l#r< that will then hate just clos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 October 1916

W >i 'i «- II 1 fj I m B i i I V ; R I ;-l !: I I, I I I 1 =<■ •it is ! N'; v| J; !■; §3: ■ I p s| i S.'l l! 1 till State Office Notes. W. T. WBBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas, -1.V- -fjtv March. I do not care to aay any- thing further at present because I have in preparation an exhaus- tive article reviewing the entire situation. It will supplement Er- nest Meitsen's magnificent article on the subjeet published in last week's Rebel. "Suffice for the moment to say that every conservative labor leader in America must walk in the path that Gene Debs biased and canseerated with the suffer- ing of himself and his brothers in 1894." Asked ss to the Senatorial fight Senator-elect Hickey said: _ "Yoti will read all about it in next week's Rebel I leave for a asrt-i F> to Fort Worth ud will Be iwre To Heel Supervisors. It Is very important so that ev- ery vote be counted that a So- cialist supervisor (or watcher) be appointed for each voting box that has no Socialist judges and w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 October 1916

" ' ' - .. ' ' " \l •' - - V ^ .-. t .■>•;: ,'v.n:-/, ■> ■ ■ ■■• 'i ■$ .'■•■■. -.:i ~-. ',. .,!':.s; 11 PISS TT'lli^ IV 1" ■ 1 - fcMwSEiSis gppp?®-*-- ' * ■ mmSmKk i -);■ -1 BC I E Ea> p BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WKEK. A IM m m-m .- m 4ir*PMP^vCrvB of i or I tiASywfaH- - fe I 3 HR THE GREAT tfml QREAT TO U8 ONIY EEGAU8E WX ARE ON OUE KNEES—LET US m •MY A mrnm ARISE. -rr- T. A. HICKKY, Editor. 50« per ysar; clubs of four ar mora (40 wseks) 25c. If this number it opposite - _ your DonM year sabserip- JL i O titon expire* mt issne is# v " j**j u .:■ W* Mt «C Mm. I, 1«7& ' ■■ am tired of trying to fight the lawyers. tho scant of the earth when it conies to making a ®&«'JL' •/"•' • vv/ .^WPPPMWW^pw^pPiPPPPBiiliPBBilpi 1 know, because I have tried them; not only in Sweetwater* in Abliene, Dallas, Austin (lower case for Austin) and other r—, i IW' M -M . I am the next United States senator from Texas, but when comes to going through in a battle, every LAWYER is hid ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 October 1916

ff MM' >■■;■.■ • --"v* - V. ' ' . v.. : • - -• sijjesswm zmSSMB I.-H <0 t , iA/Ssi ■ ...;.. :■ • 'V ' ■■ ?'. S •■ - ■it!®®: ftpJPiiSI SiS'lilPS' -■ .. ., -. ^ - •' *j' .. ■ v ',>'t .. \>v-(■ ■' , ' ••?• t ^ ? '* y-"i i ." .if '! i - ^'\'tT <v ■' _ s ; • ■ - ■ m i l-jqi ■ " Kt > Pi I I I) 1 i 1%'^J I pi; SM Two More Con- versations It WW on Main street Delta on October 4. I wme looking in at • window display of men's fall beta, mentally selecting one to take the place of my old atraw hat that as e result of a long and arduous campaign tour waa about ready for a "cow feed." He stopped and stuck out his hand. "This is Mr. Meitsen, isn't itf" I plead guilay. He waa a genial prosperous-looking gentleman of middle age. He had a 0. 0. P. elephant badge on hie coat lapel, but I did not know him. "I heard you apeak on the streets of Winnaboro Saturday. My name ia Culberson, of Dal- lae." I recognised the name. He is one of the big bell-wethers of the Republican party of Tex...

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