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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 November 1916

I * " p ^k ■* W'$$' *'' *&' " i * " r ** v p f£- #' ',; '' : r^S'l''/%'y %r v< 'ssfej T?*{«>/- "'^ /^'' ^ " ii HI U;; ■:i;,,'> ".'*• ■ ■ :r -, •v; . • ■ 4 > ?'--i('?W.5| ©SBS *.;•;J V* .'^; ?. &V '$p8$ gSSSPfg ■HRM! ' ■ /.'*.': • ;-,■ : v.> ';' ■ ■- .^ , ■ " ■c- 0®WS ?.r JSWPw,, VH # {:• IT • • of Sew ffork Now York City. The people United States own Hew BOBSRT W. BAIRE. Hi". >* • -.• £. * >«<■ •< *«•*'• s n* 5 ■ The Socialiata of tho DakoUs RAILWAY t. : pwwam?: WHAT A&l THBT FOB? rAYINO Harbor. Tho city k >THfcIBS. Tho Harbor is OURS. ftili difference in ownership Mile an astounding difference in tho way that we handle the 'two' properties PRIVATELY OWNED KB- 80UBCES YIELD PROFIT; [PUBLICLY OW&SD RESOUR- CES YIELD SERVICE. Tho [landlords of New York got rent iipr their ownership of New York. ; The people of the United State! [got nee for their ownership of the j uniting in their might against tho railways have already brought [harbor. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 November 1916

Wt I 1 I IKI Tfcf; "is ■ f. *?.... i feS!" mm : ft I I i ; •# f *?—•-.■* *10* , •:• m ' ? v l ■'','">i> 1 '-•• ■* ■■r:^'>V - / .... t-: ■■.-.> ' *' ai ' •.''< S^S&qBfi •• ^' "' " '' ' t' otJ ■ M | ;lf . ; i j U I;|| I |]j! Ill ha 11 iu ;*f, j J r't: [m I' j I I ' I ■" il h 1 / r U lit r I ^' 11 i if i gn | i I 1f: v If I "■i W^'4Vk&TOM vs-^x Ran SB^^HL tap Datsa. r slcsffife <w& <&■&$ i ■■• ■ ^sfaf BBmBM Bp-' k. —in l« waals a Uaa ai <ftatas akrnf tk# T. A P. Railroad and in *• aoatifvass tanritory from Miaoola to Cisoo, thenco along! tka M. K. A T. to Stamford, aftar which ha will ba available for iataa throughout Central Waft Tax**. For date and tanaa ad- draw him Box 66, Mineola, Tax. la axpeeta to start from Mineola about Doe. 16. Qat your ealla in at a a • Hit *Em Now, The 16th congressional diatrist aiyanisation haa amplojed Ban f, Wilson, of Barkaly, Cat, to tour the district for at lout thir- ty day*. He wfll begin work ab- W the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 November 1916

am BEAD BY 100,000 ACTUAL 9ARMEB8 EACH WEEK. TO JJU8E. **— ' wmM INSIDE vnm P ~ 111 . Ibition. kf the following from Archbishop \ «nd The great mom of Crime * DBINK. B e gmt oiom Poverty is DMNK- When I kear of* faauly broken up, I the caw©—DKUCt If* go to thi gattowi, sod aakite THE MAM HIGHER UP. For inatance, a crook may, crook Hli [; ■ ■ m giSt'SJ ifcte: Efti ISP t ■ m '•SttiGnH? victim the cause, the answer DRINK. Then I aakmyaelf in perfect wonderment, why do not men jut a itop to thia .thing.—Archbishop John Ireland. , The editor of Home snd State and Archbishop Inland b*h know in their hearts that the foregoing ia pore bunk and that every has long ago placed the brand of'idiocy thcreen. K Nobody denies that drink causes individuals to eommit crime or to become poorer, but what ignorance or roacalitiy it % to say that the poverty of the masses—which in turn causes crimes high sand low—is caused largely by liquor. That is the sort of misinformation thst diverts the minds dl th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 November 1916

^.VV mMm to told, but hasf before their or «• Mo. o tie forbidden ■ - . the meantime wm 2JLS neaven ana cartn and attorney* to force Sullivan to superhuman effort*. Finally the word was brought to Sullivan that Beeker wu pre- paring a confession that would go into the most intimate details, showing that Big Tim was the "Man Higher Up" who reaped moat of the gain* and was praoti- eslly responsible for the killing of Rosenthal Then stores commenced to ap- pear in the Tammany papers that Sullivan was losing his mind; that he was a paretic; had not long to live, etc. Then we were informed that he was missing. Ten days later the naked body of a man was found on the New Ha- lt reflected in the noit article H of w U regulated militia being ne- cessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to irMi the mov< shall not be infringed.' In Switserland every owns his own gun. He <r to fed, not like a eon- script, who must go to the armory and use it as he is a free citizen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 November 1916

. ' <ISmKK^iifSftSt Z£'%? H ^ '; m&. .§i dare set foot on t$M deal involved *30 < At&itrmiUxi finpff rMiv|j[ <W« «m 1 buiW. OttUi lillPB iffi mm til <J ESSFmE 0 may «o to York MH in the Twentieth district uurW|^ Hiilquit wm counted out h* about 100 vtttee. " IMi w'i- wi. to start winM procee4 the farmer will get the full ings against a mom of election of* ra'S£y$& ie' Nov is the time to pat" Mi end to * state of things So shameful 1 When the war U over there will be miilinfw of i Their usual methods of in the final resort, LandloM in ***** of ft* Mm at wu when yon strip ; facts to the bone, we die for the in war-time, giving oar in bottle that he may go E* ^V. -'>: • j^T- -*'^ ! riiiQg in His ran. ^ is more true than that. y«* it is a truth wje are very to lose sight of. We had al forgotten it, indeed, till the of $ Eider Haggard to ia brought it forcibly to mini! did he, in theee perilous snture across the oceans to | shores! He came looking for for Brita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 November 1916

8$*§® i i u Hill II iti !« 1 •;|j m i j M ill® m •P :W ■ •f' r | ' ! $ '• '1H ■ I K Br the Texaa. The to order by State Secretary Webb. Mt Pleasant In the balloting for temporary ,.'.'1jWPe.'>,T^Wy JIWtMPMr.'iCT.lWM . ♦iuirnnin, tu, k. j&eitzw wm w- eoted over M. A. Smith and J. L. Scoggina. Only one person accepted the nomination for temporary secre- tary, A. P. Yon Blon of Waco, who wae elected by acclamation. On motion all who accepted no- mination for committee on cre- dentials were declared elected, as follows: Win, H. Cauthorn, Dal- las; E. C. McClure of Graford; 0. Herd of Cisco. Mrs. M. 0. Richardson of Temple; M. L Jim Bobinaon, lfetwi sSi B T Hailey, rr t fla«4A ivme Jul ¥ FttlvPf oWtl Anns Dr P Gold, Tool f T J Parson, Pritehett J H Bounds, Buffalo U P Boswell, Tanglewood J 8 Hallmark, Riesel M L Matthews, Austin M A Smith, Campbell W H Cawthorn, Dallas B Davis, Olive Crawford. C h Easum, Amarillo 0 9 0 '' ; pgggS §* of 0 would be mmm the how many Sodalbt kh cals o...

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

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 December 1916

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

J9K [V'.:4 {>■ 4 . <>■' .3-'H i.. '<% -VM ' US ®p^ PHHPflR§3^r ■Mflaite r Sr.. Km Mtpft i " m'dpj iH , i -fiferf 'I „ .1 ::■ ' &•■ * -1 ■'■• ife| m& I .«£ypv*/^; A: 'ii*/' ■ , < ' SM, ®£v ' i m out urns am« to in om.? JBKuwm to aw o* oot ram-i*t to am« ■\ T. A.Hicnr.Mtot. 60o PMJ<*Ti ifcte* .' ■.«* MR (40 westo) $PJg#£g 281 tioa tspfarw Mtt * jailing, all «•> hallkttsvillk, _ killed and Two depqtiw* IjM wounded! tale of disaster that wake of capitalist of "law-and-or- - a t.lrin lkt of casualties ia by — In the wat- it ia asserted, „ bodies of other work- who perished on that day. perhaps it will nev- how manygave Op their beliefs on ihadneas. three hundred worsecs no u* jpu awaiting trial. Oifhtiftdred sjud twelve of them haw already hien selected by the prosecution to face charges of S. Attempts will doubt* made to railroad the rest to terms thin, the s "fearful enme committed by these mfcrft Of what -auk a«a # $*2 rilty, that they should be thus „iot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 December 1916

i &mmwmMm ®a$%m, •?/": Im-- rrfira-.«>iW^ — — • - ^ -■-■■■•■ ■!■■ " ' ' • '",'• • ■, v.. - :■ •■ \ . v j/; y-Vy^ v* 11 WBLm t, ' ;l . fell® :(l From tlx daily mom we cull I aomflit«tta th t are ch ract«ri«tic ot present condi tiona, where the inereued coet of the . finished product is far in excess of in- eresse in ws«es or priee*4>f imw products, and where snjr plea of DUV1 IS Off, Under the act, the British Dec, 1, took orer all mines in Wales and will through t) The immediate cause of this ae- them the Board df tion was a longstanding dispute between the miners and the mine 1 m ■ I [- . |i j li ML. m §4 ■■!*] i I Br I --i i ' f.-; , wm ! ,y • BI B I T: ■ M $ scarcity due to the war," is an-(owners over a demand of the for- awered by the paragraphs them- raer for an increase in war bonus ****** I which means that, in addition to The trusts that are responsible their regular wages, the operat- for the increase in the cost oflors should allow them a greater living are riot...

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

■i^#aEK f'KtU mm r-jte m <m if- ■h^i^k&i?; 8K8?; V i >■"■ V'*^r ' I .«HS! Kmssffi .• '5r_-.tr - ,*■■ ' .*v5~'-"', ••/V; f3$SPs*MWI •r^'lji , " "'' f- - '" •' '':* ■'■ P;' rf ' * ,' ', j -t -.'■ *v'* '. '■* v' 7^3 :'.^r% WP mm JMfel '>""' «• • ^ ' * !F 3#P*Sgfer, — H ii ft; -f Cr D ET D V I E REBEL BY ItajODO A0TTTA1 EACH WEEK. Organ Lead LmtmJaAmhm. 60c per year, in dubs of 4, 85c, 40 week*.* j n for $1. THE C9UEAT APFSAR OREAT TO US OHLT BECAUSE WE AKE ON OUR KNEES—LET US ARISE. T; A. HICKBY, Editor. SOo per year; date of four or mora (40 weeks) 26c. If this number fa opposite ^ on your mm your subecrip- 2 oZ tlon expiree next tareo. — -mm ■ W-:"W< mm*k utter Jwkj l, villa, ii, «ate Mt «l I | I, l«l HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEOEMBEE 16, 1918. NO. 281 ■'•■' "•■ 'ii •>. ■' '■"i'*:, JP Jl jS"; ! 4 aw'' ; ■ 'A W-'" • I (FQREWORD—The following article on the Prohibition and Land questions was written by T. A. Hickey on a west Texas farm £V "T''r tail ~ consumer...

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

IMVjSf. $S$£$' aBsfiswiraEfoa iffi? m* >r* grate-. m H' H Hg^ | m •! II i %]:'| * If Si r Land the Issue. > * (Continued from page L) why iumnt you m chance your grand- father had? yr?u. I talked with an old man the other day who used to be a shoe- maker. When a young man he Don't be a Soldier, My Boy '4> T.'%' pj, (ByOovtaf ton HaH) if? tm Wherever yon are, whatever yon be, Stand on your own feet, like a man, and be free! Don't spend all your time, don't watte all your life. took Horace Greeley's advice. He Jost dreaming of murder and planning ftfr strife- went Wert. Don't be a soldier, my boy, i Don't be a soldier, my boy! Shouldering his tools, which coat him $10, be started. He Let your ambition soar higher than this, stopped off at a farm on the way A bed in a barracks, a prostitute's kiss; and made shoes for the family Don't use aU your life-time rotting away, •nd.na.taw™* For thii ha .v^i Don't l^e a soldier, my boy! The brain of a soldier's the brain of a slave, His...

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

• ■' ti . > ■ '■ 7 mwm The Rebel has a letter from LCharies Lincoln Phifer, the edi- o£ The New World, (Girard, Xml), the remarkable Socialist- mags line that is ed- ited laregly from "the other side" through "aatomatic writ- ing." It majr be aaid here that predicted exactly what would happen to the Socialist party in November, fire monhs prior to lite election. The Rebel'shall not offer any opinion as to whether or not Comrade Phifer's mess- ms ages from the other aide are gen- vine or not; but we know that he is absolutely honest and high- minded in his belief that they are genome, and, then we all must F ' "There are stranger things, "twixt heaven and earth, Hora- tio, Than, are dreamed of in your philosophy." The letter from Comrade Phi- 'fer follows: f THE NEW WORLD, luneoln Phifer!* Paper-Magazine. Girard, Kansas, December 8.1916. Dear Comrade Hickey: It has occurred to me that the •e&elosed article on the brick that hit the Socialist party and on the nswKy developing c...

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

j*4** m, *>* ta B • ■ . M *^'*V,?sW'*^hWM ■■' ; S5 ggP#:S?/?WW3 OF NOMDIATIOHl. pS i 11 ■'§ i 'T <ig • . gfi> ' m I || £* I',- Si ,;¥'- • H; ii 11 1 1 iH v'" i Ii- /1 „ f\ I Ur. John Dill Robertson, Oof* of Public Hearth, Chi- cago, is'' SgdjanonetrsC' that Xj ■ - __, twelve people can be led one week on 180.00, or 8e a meal for # „ >'■■ ' . A a _ each person. Commissioner &>- . . .. following Associated Prees j, looking for the remedy th« second call for nomination* dispatch is typical of what we see for the "hi*h cost of living " and tor national «ommitt«nun and i„ th. pap«* continnally: lh„ ^ ^ ^ wu mt Kansas City, Mo., Dee. 5. — out to look for the lost axe and Owners of twenty-five Kaneaa looked everywhere but out in the dally newspapers who said they high weeds where the axe lay for were confronted with danger of fear he would find it, he dares being unable to secure print pa- not look where he will find it per on Which to jpublish their The Grain Growers As...

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

SR rat H " ■• r,v: ' •'." ^it%- WtS^M .- - *.;<: v . ■. ••.;>. * m iiatrss^s^ mmwii '"iM *■ k BIGKVT fj$R iiir K^ 1S *: v.n ''.. 6g8^ ^ggP5 •-■■■•-.' ;•'> \.*-V'- - ' >: ^r.TTt^v : ■ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, mW Hj."^ '''WtoSft IMPROBABLE EPITAPHS. • • • vV* you that live in Texas sible for a healthy sober man to should w ki up some fine morning secure the land upon which to 4 in January and find that twenty- build a home practically for th ' -* the thirty-«*e asking, just a few Mian for f$ Wm that comprise the next Legists- ing fees and plenty of hard work, tors had voted the day before Since about 1880 this state of af- for a tax on all land held out of fain has been steadily changing was for speculative purposes in that it waa likely that for the worse sad now facing a situation where are there ia going to be settled seen: THE LESSON LIBS ACROSS OUR BORDER AND WE ARE GOING TO HEED THAT LESSON BE> PORE IT IS TOO LATE." "All right, Senator, now 1 want you to tell me wha...

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

MM E 1 I jjfhe Rebel gun in the Am- j revolution five years ; is a&interrUftr that, when i reed l^jrw that here stood ^ jio' shoulder wltli'The®i§ bel in it* fight for a Iree *erth tad e free people,-will make you throw awfty your hats and .send up a rebel yell, M about the aame time that the Rebel editor secured this remark- able interview from Senator Me- Nealus, a Rebel correspondent was in New York talking' to Mo- desto 0. RoHand, one otthe great endof tlie l I t oi the realization i has The revol that Stete wil eoott over, with victory for the people, and ther* have been two years peace in which to try out the re- forms and give the people, moat- ly Maya Indians an opportunity to show what they really could t-nd would do with the lftttd n- dored to them. It is particular, ly of Yucatan that Holland throu If IIP &%p'rr.: t (Mpwwjp/w i ,T1ii #;T, S •l |.„ 1 " * % &. *.L- JiwSL.. >ss3-:f -ii'.v-■" wmm _ to giro to the _ . . of Foig^B ear goid bonds at 4 per ■'"V' ' ...

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

Schmidt and : mm#** w&mm in all the Civi- le „ the same reason cities is the role all over _-„l j itu ■,: a,...' M< woria ana turn congestion ia caused hy emigration of 3 reign era (except in isolated ca like New York 0ity) or by the e rural population to the cities and town* of the nation This subject has been up ior discussion in England at meet- ' ar -'a'- /•'''••. •">- - * Ii-' w . ings held for the purpose of form- ing a Rural Organisation Coun oil. A typical British landlord named Lord Leeborne is quoted by Land Values of London,' Eng- land, as follows: One reason for the depopula tion of the country districts was the fact that, when young people became educated, they realised that the town present- ed not only greater opportuni- ties for ambition, but much greater amusement and plea- sure. There was no reason why that state of things should ex- ist to the degree that it now did —why country life should be so dull and unorganised as it often was. He took it that most...

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

Wm ; '' ##■ ifev.' !' HSiE'l ■■ !>< 88$ fe: •' Ife !: 4 ' s*! ■la? if t " . 5 «,• ncigw tlUKl •;•••'•' .'•; WANTED— st the State let, the name and addreas ol *7 UnmI secretary in Texaa. This is important, im to it at T. A. Hickey ia available for speaking data* on Friday'a, Sat urday's and Sunday's, within 200 ffiift of DiUaa, Addnn him cjo Staff Hotel, Dallas, Texaa. • • 0. B. Kaily, editor of the Bowie Blade, write!: On Hot, 7 we made good by electing a public weigher, alio one justice and con- stable in thia county, and yeater day onr ftlty Tnt^ {fran to one in favor of city owning and operating ita own light plant. We are enoouraged and doing all we can for onr people. We are going to reorganise this coun- ty. 0 • • Ballot! Mallei Ballota for the election of State Secretary, National Committee- man and Woman* Correspondent will be mailed direct to the locale and membere-at-large thia week. The delay in getting out these balloti waa due to the fact that a second call for no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 January 1917

4 PIHS&ssIKI Xfk; ■M PfHswS^&Jn j^"$|$|fefe£ m .1^4/ > ■ ' S£p! MB! f - MM |iljfr)§m I if i@ tSl H '"'-• J -. ■ ry,:' Saiii r Hi iiTfej <:$&£& B Sii hfb ?v.:;.: ■■K^-^fll The Great Adv the phrase coin Luke North, Magazine, thai gifted fighters !'• * 'oTCaiifornia made for the adop- tion of a Single tax amendment in the Qolden Stale. The campaign closed on No- vember 7, and when the votes were counted till land fightet* had three hundred thousand men and women reereited for the Gfreat Adventure (according to the official return*) and when the nn rose over the Pacific on the morning of November 8 the cry "fall in" was heard and the greatly increased army that had just enlisted tor the Adventure, started off for their goal, with all the spirit of the crusaders o? old—the freeman of the rich idle sores of California—and there god then determined to free them from the parasitic owners by 1818. No, people, this is not rhetoric or a vain dream. It is living truth. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 January 1917

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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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