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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 January 1917

mmm V- '• s-V ■' ; '5:;i m 1 ;•?' '-U;y. iPT7 «£$& "ws? of qefieiCThe Iporkaw Organization alone extend moral and material support to, the worked who suffer at the handa of the capitalist rises for their adhesion to the principles, | and eall on all workers to unite themselves with as,th«t reign / more than 20,000 mem* The Convention was harmonious this despite the faet that sent to referendum many radi- and revolutionary changes in present constitution, altering tost fundamentally the rigid ization by industries and iving to the Industrial District icils far more importance an heretofore, thus providing ►r a far more democratic and ►bile organisation. If these ara- its carry, I predict that tg on Earth can stop the >p of the One Big Union to >ry. Already all the signs it to the unity of the factions a campaign of recruiting and ition such as has not been since the mighty days the Knights of Labor. 'erything is in favor, of the n of the Unskilled Workers There is a big sho...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 January 1917

; of you get you^Mp0' in this tag again. Make your reports to that is interested in organ- sas « of old, and whentiel got in their old time swing, I will In the faror of someone liil i local in his or htr eommu< nity write this office at once and Texas. i ii H ■ - t;.i ■H 5?«i /. Pis m ; ; t 1 J B B>t I (i- < I i r ? i J / i ' '•} li I' I '■■V + organisation literature will be sant at ones. We nut organise e e a Let's organise our forces sow for the campaign in 1918. If the thirty thousand Socialists in this State would organise themselves into the Socialist party and work _ and Harmoniously together, we would take this stste away from the Donks in 1918, • • e f Ileventh District. Comrade! By the time this atatement reaches you my work aa diatriot secretary will have been finished and I wouldlike to have a volunteer auditing com mittee examine my books to find such errors as may be therein. By request will atate that the amount paid to organiser A. E. Welch to date ia seven...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 January 1917

m REBE T. A. H1CKST, Mm. Me per year; elate of four or more (40 weeks) II this number ie opposite your nemo y<mt eoteerlp- 285 tion expiree Beit Fvf-.^ar t> - •' if? &s>™ ™ | THE GREAT APPEAR QUIT TO US ONLY B10AU8I W1 ARK ON OUR KNEES—LET U8 liisss; vilS ®m?mm for $L m $55# J TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, INDUSTRIAL DEM OOVINQTONIA. By Covington Hall. ifili then divide their value for' taxa- tion purposes as is now the case. 2. "Place a specific tax per acre on land owned by one above a certain acreage, and graduate! according to acreage after the plan of the federal income, tax law. In this, regard should be tax unused land int* | ie, to S graduated super ^ c on more than H cer- and to provide 1 pe- .._7«ific Inheritance land tax oil h nd inheritance of more than a cer- tain acreage are the official re- eommehdations of the commis- Boner of the general land offiee >"><1 'ke'h« ">« land be adapted 4 Tom. in a report jot recently '« to.k.fannine or pnr, usned...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 January 1917

w&sjMm mm 5 WMB IN EFFECT jKBajsaM .....J ■ 7I<£: %\ ** •. A ,.•■ ■ iPl* WW1?; (By Gttaoa Gardner.) I UnivetwU oonacription, even in WMkingtoa, Jul 7.-A lack of **'j* fY*P'i teamwork bctwoon Proaident Wil-'^Xn U * « ion and Secretary of War New- L . w incon c ton D. Baker ia indicated in th/h* *•w,thm,t publication of Circular No. 81 ™ of dm}imon- oarrying regulation* covering eon- •cription in time of war. Tkoao regulation! would call iote active aervioo all male citi- mm between th« a gee of 18 and Army OUqne I.ika> It. The regular army clique flf the war department are, of course, strong for it The more nearly our army can be made to resem- ble that of Germany the better «. They carry out the provision. , °l uennwV • beUer in the Hay-Thamberlain law pleM*d they tw' CoMcnptlon' TBI BAVOBS DT OLOVXE. By N. H. Motainger. For The Rebel: ; Before the law creating the I? regional reserve banks the banks locally competed lor individual deposits and it has been a rule *o pay 4 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 January 1917

mmm ifi. $8, i :Ll Z •*£'1' ii . " 8$pg B$9 •■j' i'. - ,■■■ or"" ■■'■■■*'. $fp! ' •: IIP* MR ■Sslpsi •-r^r ' ?>:• Roy Martin. By Covington Hall. ("Hoy" Martin was only about years old when he was mur- bj Burn* gunmen in the lJU*MiNO ▲ NINCOMPOOP. f-sSa LAND VALUES. A DECLARATION. (The subjoined reply by Grant "Land" in it* broadest sense We, the Industrial Workers of Htm, the well-known traveling includes the natural resources the World, in convention aasem- showman, to a lying editorial at- and the benefits from past dia- bled, hereby re-affirm our adher- tock on the I. W. W. waa offered coveries and inventions. ence ^ the prillcjple8 of InduJ. (to the Au8tm (Tex*} Daily Amrei | Und value* are «Pitslued net tria, Unionisai> ftnd re.dedicatp y of the Southern Lumber (can but tru* to the tactics of that income. The value of any land is ogives to the unflinching pro- tow Association at Qrabow, ' <>'1* of kePt journals, the reply (that amount on which the net in- MCUtion of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 January 1917

' . ^ v, ; • v: „■• - Vi. r ■ . ' M;" S«®KW^ V' ; v:; P Wi m- :i?, •■ < A 1"BW ™" ; X 1 < '; :, ••■.■* :: • —V -rvfcijW' - ... ,.--• - —.'-fcj V- -■ -I-' \ -,"- :- v., ■...„ .p-.^.^..... '■■■..:T/ ■ :/■' >■-■.■>-■ '■' ;'•■ 1 ' **. sSfcs&Lcra *5£3W.m .1 • "' , W' H? WSM <« j . c ^ '"Hnl •"<•■' ^'xv- ;• HRki t. - •', . "•■■" ^pW$§M .... y-r-^r:.,; A,-, mwatex - I 'i I I *i O! ^ i H M EU A*r ■''■■ ■ $K State Office News W. T. Webb, Mate Secretary, Ciaeo,Ta*. &. * ■ ite r ■ . Socialist Mui Meeting. All Socialist of Montague coun- ty are called to meet in a county mast meeting at Montague Satur- day, Jan. 27, at 2 p. m. There will be some able speak- ers at this meeting. We have some very important business on this occasion, hence we urge all to be present If you are a Socialist prove It by being present. Committee. Busk Oo. Attention. A meeting of Socialists and sympathizers will be held in Hen- derson in Jan. 13, 1917. I ur^e every Socialist and cvoryono who l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 January 1917

••. m m w&m ss^sJBprs^. r£xs*i&ts? ==- ifet..irr; REBEL a^-^i BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMEE8 EACH WEEK. Organ Land League of America. 50o per year, la clubs of 4, 25c. 40 weeha. 3 year* for <1. tM^Kssar-- THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEES-LET US ARISE. tOo T. A. HICKEY, Editor, per year; elabe of (40 woeke) 26c. if this oomber is opposite your name yoor subscrip- tion expires next issue. 286 ="«'• «S££-1' Mu.i,im HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1917. n i No. 286 & To Summer Soldiers! _ Dague. 1 ® *; they are scouts, pathfind- \T*-. e h biasing the way for other t have received a personal let- p | jea to follow to the co-opera- ter from an old-time Populist, commonwealth and a higher now a Socialist, residing in Ark- an(j better civilization. Smal. snsas. He is not discouraged be- parties, as were the Abolitionists cause the Socialist vote at * the late prohibitionists, Populists and El election was not larger. I (have no| uai Suffrag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 January 1917

SSslS Wm IP JSt-q •: i i: JMi ^ i ff • n i $ ■ -Is* & iff;i'y- '• ■' • - Sgajjls?"v WMMBI ' IrPJ ! ", | I ! 4 . :«;1 ? u jhi r ? ■ r, i • | ] i j?j r... i:. hi; T.| JIM ' J j 11 ' i 1 \ ill . .1 I ? # H * ±& THB OOOPX&ATIVX MOVB- By Ohaa. Linooln Phiftr. A groat cooperative movement haa been developing in America luring the' last tea yeari until fiow it hat reached .tremendous jroportion*. It hat never beei tdeqnatoly reported- The farm «*, w|w chiefly were promoting it, did their work quietly lest pre- mature publicity interfere with H. The etupid eity press, as us •al, doted its eyes to everything that waa happening a hundred miles from its sacred preserve* The Sdetaliat and labor press, ne- ver with any real program for anr one save the wage earner, haa remained mum about Now, however, when the coun- try hat suddenly been made «Wfre Of this movement as t foroe that must be reckoned with the labor pres* it dumbfounded and th$ average daily begins to mia represent it. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 January 1917

v;.my, '■ / ?■■>... 7t-"' ':' • ' ." ' ' / • • " yrtui' "k111.' '.r"~r / ..-•-/J,,,...,,;- Si . ',V j .... • .* ^A. • > > ' ' " \ y F * v r r .. £* J. WW -I IMM X.i* >\ \ To /Ae People of Texas and their Legislators Elect: • • # * f & * 1 to the ineorp<H es to punue all Thi it a paid advertisement intended to fiv* reasons why the present law of Texas relating ration of oil companies should be amended so as to allow Texas corporations like those of other states sf the several branches of this tingle business. The Texas Company is engaged in purchasing, refining and marketing: petroleum, and as a part of its busi- ness owns and operates a system of pipe lines. It is incorporated under the laws of Texas and is handicapped se- riously by the inadequacy of its charter powers. It has no direct power to prospect for and produce crude oQ. And as the law now stands it can obtain this power only by reorganizing and taking out a charter in some other state, thus becoming a c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 January 1917

V. K5S8S Pg IfvW^i BMm m ffigM */:0 f':'K W$;f" mm . 1 ?« •i:^ * ' '"'''w: IP ''j®#'* sn mm -■•Vv;*i-; SSw&w r a -v. -v \:a^ |W ":pi: - SKP* Ike. Mil fcr-r State Ofiice News W. T. Wtbb. State fkonUrj, 1)000, Tax. * U EBTXESNDUM A, 1917. i M1 wfe; ,:f I \~.. im •I I jf 1 I |v ' if I I I I I I r . f | 1 Ballot* for the following refer- endum have been lent out; the Motions having reeeived the re- quired number of seconda. • Motion 1.—That the Proposed * Constitution now being submitted tolhe membership for seconds be hereby tabled for the reason that it would confuse and disnipt the party organisation. Motion 8.—That in view of the party deficit in the state office and the scarcity of funds in dis- trict offices, the division of state ■<r dues with district organisations be abolished, that local secretar- irt direct to the stste sec- s per member to the state office; thst ms rtpo "taryV remitting 15 cents distrlet chairmen perform the re- maining duties of district secre- tary;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 January 1917

m 5>ft: .. f : ■;yvV & . .:•• • •■••'•' *mm \ - ■ -D:- . i &*< a t: -fiSKi jfe-S- ./#■: r '■ <• [■;;v- :"J; . ' :\;> . ■' .'I , • w^H:' ''<">'■;■>■'.'•"& •'•*■■'- ■ 1 * " ' "r gfej i"' a": i THE REBEL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FABMKR8 BAOH WEEK. Organ Land League of America. 50c per year. In clubs of 1, ; 25e, 40 weefca. 3 ye>ra for 1- THE OEEAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE ON OUR KNEES—LET US A RIBS. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. 6rto per year; elube of four or more (40 weeka) 26c. ppoi ibecr tion expiree next issue. If this number is opposite your name your rabecrip- 287 -4 1 Batered ss eeeoad-elew : a '•** 1911, at tk« postoffie* blUtte- tU1«, Tex., ud« m« of E r. , liTt HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1017. Mo. 296 i i*ii.ii i ii, I m j —-- Land ftmendmeis Introduced. August 18th is the day. i On that day the people of Tex- as will vote for the freedom of the land and the prohibition of landlordism forever, provide! that they are n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 January 1917

m ■vw ,■ Vsgj- Sip' v'- li-'p-l Bros® S3 | j "'j |wf-"'-i ,1*8 f.! •! :J-|T I# || &r • / ••■——t r Br: T i-' i' ' ! I.' ! Ife ? i t. ! i I? i K . IV' ^ | .=_ Pi -'tf' ,. WrnlWlBlnnwp jggg' • vi'** * yVr*'• ' V' ' s"? •' • •••• - -- - V"*— -■——j -—— WW ( ifcfm&'Zi'^'M ' V >r 4 I If' ' i- Military Training. PAP1R ON TBI SO- OULWT VOTI AMD AFT**. PfMH ilTTXNO TH1M UP. The military training that ia oow being attempted in the pub- lic aolioola of New York and in advocated for all aohoola is eu- phoniously called "aettiug-up ex- ercises," as many people *ro d&- ing, is to object to the moat elo< nieiitary calisthenics that are needed by all achovd children. School boya and girla noed ex- ercise—as do all city dwBllett. The physical equipment of the public schools ha* been wofully inadequate. Schools have beg- ged for gymnaaiuma, and havo been read lecture* about economy and the need of saving the money of the dm taxpayers. Suddenly, in the throw of a movement to put this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 January 1917

MS SSife i i- v , Wi J'V: "v . -r • ,.: - , . . ... ;; l; J mm i 1 • r" ,-■ ivJ- • 'X;-' *;Av; '•'* ' • ' X - • .. '■*'M 4 ••>11 . ■'■ . i .. ■ — .: I , - & ■ Tailor* T "■ L ft fffsfj -V (By Oortafton M.) , \ UipAlchcs Quote of Australia as :pte*>r' ~"' *"- • by gross \ 23iv-' - t -- f misrepresentations have declined to entrust the government with the powers asked for. The deci- sion of the people will profoundly affeet the future not only of thi3 young commonwealth, but of de- mocratic government generally. Certainly this refusal on the part of a free people to make sacrifices ■ j to defend their freedom will be used as a proof of the unwisdom of submitting great national is- sues directly to the people," Speaking of troubles in the com- monwealth, chief of which was a threatened strike of coal miners, I Mr. Hughes said: "The strikes and upheavals, po- litical and industrial, we see ar- ound us are the manifestations of deliberate policy which aims at destroying society ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 January 1917

'I; "" ; — H ■'!'r-'W.IlfWV ;•■.■■*• .-:' ■'.rV' that Socialism State Oftice News Biffl W. T. Wabb, Itoto iacrtUry, Ciaoo, Tax. John A. Currle John A. Currie of Oklahoma Oity, ia touring levorAl of th« Southern States delivering his ! i J I popular lectures: "TIIE SIN OF THE WORLD" and 'POLITICS AND THE PULPIT' Texan knows Currie and his ab- ility to prenent the great cause of Socialism—especially to religious people. lie lectured at 38 en- •ampracnta in 1915 and 45 in 191(1 in Western Oklahoma. He will soon finish his tour of Arkannaa and in open for 20 dates in Texan beginning about February fttu. Term*. $7.50 flat. Write him at once. Hox 041, Oklahoma City. Hugo A. Hraden hmuIk in for a charter for local Columbus, in Colorado county 0. H. Kelley of Howie, likewise sends application for charter for local Howie. Ho also Rtatea that a county meeting of the Socialists of Montague Co. will be held at the town of Monta- gue, Feb. 5, where plans will ho formulated to launch a local So c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 February 1917

" V ' • ■ k ° ' c- L- ' J : J jv.s-;i : ■ I 1 . * - m m ■ •' . spy >" feBii v ■' 1 "* 100,000 sack I • \ 1 THE Q&IAT APPXA& OUiT TO U8 ONLY BX0AU8B WS A &X ON 0UE KNMS8—LIT 08 ARTH1, ■sT A* SO* par jwi ekuU ol more (40 weeks) 26e. XI tkia nomWr ia eppeaite your mum yoor aabecrip- tkm expiree next keue. 288 ft J«ly l. Tilk, T«fc, ate et Mm. % lift No. HALLXTTW1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 WAR (Thii manifesto ia the "fork of a minority group of intentional Bootaliata in Austria. Tkj* iaau- anco ia aocret, no signatufBS are attached, and its circulate in Austria is prohibited.) <The recent peace proposal* of th« Central Powers were dip to the fearless agitstion of real re- volutionary Socialists such as those that prepared and circulat- ed in Germany and Austria pow- erful manifestoes such as the fol- lowing. This historic statement of the -true position of the interna- tional as to t ruling class wars, should be read with care by Am- erican workers in the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 February 1917

| f: ■ ' & uwm -4- ' mmSm Eggpl . i W\ K [ Xgtfmftiy (-V 'i : ■ IP;: sHffiPJI ___ fWsJfl® ;. ^ " .:L;-:'." ■*'■ ■ 'f-v .'' ' • ' 'Nv'^ Pill Hi I f p < ,. . j I, : !-■ I. lit'! ;; i i ■:; V& U\ I ■ 1 • ■ II! !<p' fj >!• ! %# al : f J -v- -< •;/ p ^y. W^m < - ■ -• — v y * . ' • • . ' ' • '*/■ .'". "V '0 '. V-'"- " ;V J • ' ' • • •• • • /'- V . -• "■■■ ■ ' .-•• ; "'. ->*r * .. ••• *'?;'.■■'■ AS TO BIB1L SUB FRIOX. gS ' . V foreign dominion. All peoples en of the other countries, but resist being conquered, nor do mxut* ®ake common cause withJ —« they require the eonqueet of oth* ell workers against exploitation At the meeting of the Stock- on, for this is the require- anywhere. holder* of the Socialist Printing ment—not of a people bat of a! The starvation of the masses Company, the following Resolu- ruling class in a class-ruled socio- And the demand for foodstuffs are tion was adopted i ty. The victory of one nation considered ,a legitimate field for ,' "WHI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 February 1917

■£. ■ ■ ■ r I I I -1S2: ^tTSSJST-7 ■nac f m ■* g^fraSOS' ■-H :■ : ■MM By B*rtha von Buttner. ed just deliver- ing splendid parliamentary on the recent "unhealthy peace," the soon to ta expected "perhaps seven—or thirty years' war," the necessity of greater preparedness, for only "the sword keep* the sword in its sheath." Paragraph 8 forbids me to was far from intelligible to me. I merely shook my head and was silent: But now 1 was surprised to see that in this dancing school they lid not merely go through dif- ferent steps and movements, bat seemed to practice other things. Liveried servants carried about artificial refreshments; decora* touch on such eminent political tors were fastening draperies and questions," said Dr. fiellmuth, festoons on board walk about the "but with your permission 111 field; large buffets were filled tell a little fairy tale." with dishes and bottles and tea It was at one time my good kettles; older people were sitting fortune to visit a city which is abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 February 1917

1 I u ■ ?! %wM') H Hs: -• -• ;. !,.v , •. '■• J.'; t ■'• ,—■.-* — -• v < - ■ w■.: . , ; ;■. i '0y^%W, v v 3V J WILL TH1 SOCIALISTS CLOSE OKI or THUS WID1ST OP IH TWKLV1 QATKSf n w.T. f; ; • i '(• f - -■ . !r 'T- ' ! ; > . State Oftice News! W. T. Webb, 8U te Secretary Cisco, Tex. 1 1 1 fe I *-! I I I i:K I VL- SI li - > 1 1 IV Mm A. Currie of Oklahoma (Kty, it touring several of the Southern StotM delivering his popular lectures: ''TUB SIN OP THE WORLD" and •POLITICS AND THE PULPIT' Texas knows Currie and hi* ab- ility to present the great cause df Sooialisra—especially to religious people. He lectured at 38 en eampments in 1915 and 46 in 1916 in Western Oklahoma. He will aeon finish his tour of Arkansas and is open for 20 dates in Texaa beginning about February Stu. Derma, $7.50 flat. Write kirn at once. Box 641, Oklahoma City. Every stop t6ward civilization haa been a step toward collectiv- ism and democracy—Socialism. Every step away from these prin- ciples is a step tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 February 1917

- ' • -;r—~ ' " ' ^ L- IllL ■' '";rS Jbss . !■' '■ . * ' L ' i-r< k' . - SfrV/ V ' fet\- EBEL ACTUAL 50« per y*«r. 6 •** [ *' * *® 40 waka- > y*" ** * K7/\^A ^ i ? THE QUAY APPEAR OfcEAT TO US ONLY B10AU8X WE A RE OK OUR KNEE8—LET US ARISE T. A. HICJKET, Editor. iOe jm jmr; eluba oI lour of mors (40 w«ek ) 25c. if this number ia opposite « jour name year sabacrip- j£ tion expiree next issue. HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917. THE BREAK WITH OERMAEY A GLORIOUS CLIMAX TO THE real WHITE P JAN REVOLUTION. I 4 «(• ss. too harsh for *d the follow- If that soun your tender $art ing summary of \ ^ t great things have been done i ^ jueratero, as When most Americans, includ- ing even Socialists, wo v regard- ing the Mexican internal trou j pabli8hed in the Antonio Ex bles as a struggle for power be- j pregs 0f February tween various factions, The Rebel pointed out that under our very As The Rebel goes to press, the status of the trouble between United States and Germany,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 February 1917

i ' ' fl'.V ' mm te. V -' •-• v. • . v.-.- JW«5fc w®m 'C , v^, , (By Covington Ami Sail.) MSS As to Rebel Sub Price. • ; • . - \ ■;./ like ours whose -I •> gic are simple and At th. meeting of th. nock. Tke Brt > h" y" •dT0' f y* ^*1? °'h'"^"-°°'j holder, of th. 8oeUUat Piiatin: c,tod "V toportont poUcj with- ,on *" n,,de to rfcoijn'r , Oompiay, th. followia, RmoIb- > or without th. 8od li t pmr- "j*™** ty, bat what sooner op later it ®dQC1ltMmi &ptat on organi- has been proven to be absolutely &1*1 have b*en conceived right. In the face of that form «nd#developed by American So- of boycott and ostracism that for practical purpose hurts most beeauae it comes from of obuining results among a poo- your own cmradee The Rebel has P1® ******** much bettcr wkoto frm the day of ita birth five years ^ do ^ Socialist popes of ago until the preeent day, fear- ?**!■ ^ London. lessly proclaimed to the member. We othe™ for P*™* ship these facts: ting the movement to suffer the 1...

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