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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 April 1917

'v ' ■Si. ''' S. i ' qprrn? •■•.. " ,.: ' ' Y ' . spgra ; - ■ ■ ■ :y V- ■". v; mz *-x \ • ' ,- ' ',\r' - • 7- ; r : f *.T * 'tYv,,: &sfc. ■'A SAFETY FIRST ARMY ' OR- " QANIZATION. Washington, D. April 7, 17. -Among many things which have happened around the Capitol in Se last few days, which have been Service. Regiment No. 2. of the Safe- ty First, Army, is being formed tin /Washington. The movement was started by Jack McKeoh of Farrell, Pa. It is unique m that „ , , . the volunteers will not have to doM carefully ed.ted Iron, ft. K0 (1) th(, front unti, Every bank. Capitalist press, I note these few, Ar yhn Awmtmm , at random, which may be of inter- est to you. The day before the vote was to be taken by the Senate, authoriz- ing the President to declare war on Germany, uniformed soldiers, members of the District National Guard, entered the headquarter* of the Emergency Peace League, and abused the, women in charge in a moet shameful manner, us- ing language which would have mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 April 1917

sgpipg &<!*«. '•••: '■' '• " ■'• ■> "■ ■ """"1 m * i f§|g aEreRais!!^ .■; 1<'., - .VJ.V i Sr>* i/3? -: M : *..r' ■ ■ "■' -' <* . - ;. ' ' ■■■ <.^-sr ., ... - . . i • •'? .' ■ <? ■:. ••'. v V.- •./ ; ' - < * >■ . V 1 ' 4." . - . ;■ , • -■■ /' - ,t W fi ' --.. -v. - ' . , . • • ■ ■ •;:%;# ■9H if® <,'.f I HOME GUARDS—FOR WHAT? ODE FATHERS' WARORY The prostituted plate pre« is i'V*ViA.w? I I ft?'.'"-' I - howling like hell for the citizens to rally end organize squads of Home Guards — to protect the home that is no more insecure today than heretofore T Not hard- ly. It is the setae old cry of the eaptains of industry for those whom they have robbed to arm and protect their, masters interest. Below is printed a pledge that is being circulated in Birmingham, Alabama, where the coal diggers By OoTiofton Hall. (Dedicated the the rebel work- ers now being held to trial be- fore the court-martials of the Open Shop in Everett, Washing- ton, and San Francisco, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 April 1917

SgwHHP^'fsi E. _ __ BEL ACTUAL V-> «aoh ;)-V &•- :-^eS ■• to du b. •! 4, S jrttn for ■> V-/. ')•■ ■<■>"■ -'■'■t'*.-. \ ir:J, ■{■"''■ -■ < 1 i ; mm • * 7 1. HALLITTSVILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AP&IL 28 Pi \v* <e Mt of Mm. «, im ;P ARISX. T. A. HICKBY, Editor. *0e per year; slabs of £ou M more (40 weeks) 25e. II this namber is opposite 0 A A your dum your subecnp 30 0 tioa expires next issue. No. 299 ■ a aarnoAL analysis of is situation Bgr T. A. Hick • Ji i7$ I* I r i R ■ ,c I V I n Bf r* H ■jy r When the great nations of Euro ^continued from year to year to pile up mighty armaments and grease their troops from year ffi year it was known to all think it <*nen that war was inevi- table unless some mighty movement wai j-ganired to head it off. Hence the powerful efforts oMhe Socialists of the world to that end; hence their great International Congress in which militarism was the theme of discussion; in fact Bebel once ftaid that the International Congresses wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 April 1917

?5x'' V'. •""'. ''■ ' ' ' ■*■ ■:£'■ "-•': ' ' ■"—w . Hawffl . " '• ••\:-..*vv ''r'':'-':-:■""'•• '""I""-'r'/V •% ."'v I ■ i^pf? S>:®®5?sg Dollars! Mr $&:v I fife {(,<• t tftV.;- "There is no better evidence of f in no manner conscript dollars, j i the increasing democracy of the Conscription means TAKING world than the conscription of | WITHOUT RETURN, and it is wealth which has taken place in this the Democracy of this nation all European countries and is go.1 is demanding of the Government ing to be done in our own coun-1 of ttie United States, that it CON- try. The mass of the people have SCRIPT DOLLARS. small incomes. They will furnish This we say is absolutely right the great majority of the sold- and just or else the Government iers and sailors. Only a very can by no law of morals known few have big income^ and most to man or God justify itself in of such men and women do not conscripting the lives of the boya acquire big incomes until they- of this land. — are past ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 April 1917

V;'\ 4 Av n ^r"- '"■".*• '"'" ^': ■?: 'v'' •,.- t •* i ■ • ' .• * ■■;.'• • 'v-vi. -T .'• -,.' , •• •' •;>.••• • ; .• • ' ' • ■ * 1 ;■ ■••• ■■■ .... r- {S?$S«w V .v ■i-,'.'' 'V 'r :3; > ■#1 scsc Of Humanity can demand and re- ceive bat on« price from the rul- ers who have plunged the nations of the earth into the bloody maelstrom fif war; and that is their abdietioq from their thrownsbe they in castles or sacks of gold. Cxar Nicholas of the Romanoff clan has had to leave the great palace on the Neva for enforced exile in a fortress; Cxar Morgan most leave his palace on Long Island Sound and Bong Rocke- feller his elegan^ estate on {he Hudson for durence Vile in sing sing penitentiary for crimes against the peace, order, liberty and happiness of the people of the United Stages. Nicks syphilitic consin, Bill the Kaiser, and his friend the king of Prassia, are due for the tobog gan to oblivian to be simply fol- lowed by their syphilitic cousin, King George of England. Then as nine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 April 1917

f - m i mMWrnk; m NMBMI iV' ■*: '. i«BE ggpsi i -A':1 / Mi «« S wft SK!ra CURTAIN HU. OAK YOU IMAODfX? /* $i iy* ilia if I 'i :: J$tll | : Mf. is ; ^ . | § I ■ ;*) : V J* I II I j •■: I -A I 0' By Covington Ami. Burope,* according to a recent article I read, u now NINETY BILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT «nd the Unted States Congress raise* this unthinkable debt SE- VEN BILLIONS the first grab out of the treasury. But what is lathering me is this: How does it happen that the people who CRE- ATE ALL THINGS, ALL WEALTH, are compelled to mort- gage themselves and their child- ren and children's children to a handful of Rothschilds, Morgans and Rockefellers in order to g«rt the where-with-all to carry on even a war that they, the people in ALL the nations, are gravely informed is "A War for the sal- vation of everything most dear to them as a proud and nob?e State f" If this is right and pro- per that the working class should be conscripted into the army if defense—they arc ALL "Defen- sive Armie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 May 1917

^ jr Ti. .• . ,v .. ■ 4.' •" ■ ■ ■' - • ■ - -..v; ■ ,, Mm ppprassi I 1 BHEPSi© t ■ • '"■'* ■ ' :"v' ' - "* V • vw ' * I i - . ■■ ._■■■. S3-J •• 31 THE REBEL MAD BT 100,000 ACTUAL 7AEMXK8 XAOH WEEK. v Organ Land L*f«« <rfAfe^J*, 50e per jw. In etaba ot 8 yean for $1 THE OB1AT APPEAR GREAT TO US OVLY BECAUSE WE ABE ON OUR /•/' * i—. ; • US ARISE. < ■ ■ " T. A. HICKEY, Editor. tOe per year; elube of tour •> mow (40 weeki) 25«. If thfc number ia oppowt* ft . your naifce your rabaenp- O U 1 tion expires next k*ue. nttn Jmly 1, jju at thi pMtafflM it ITsllrtti ^ ote Mt *t Mar. «, llTt ... HALL1TT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917. No. 300 HHSHR9"SS!HS ? SHALL MOONEY BE MURDERED? —T "Right forever o #ie scaffold, Wrong forever the throne; But the scaffold s\ *s the futuM Until to all man. £l is known The freedom of all Canity." • # / The chamber of t ^merc© oi San Prnncisco and t ® United rairoads have due regt Ifor the eternal fitness of things Pd have run true to type. When th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 May 1917

SiBfiSiiMHdSfli f t ,■>. h .■ it} ;wMiSl . v^a. <> ^-Mi. - ■•■'■' ~\:?';t *i:u •V-:.V -j- «? "V?- ^4'V • a special ngUi to appeal to don't do say hum. TeU him hei lor support. *ere c*u *e necd look for <koMU it, until toyouJ *nuuu> ,„orkill4. , . apeaain#, toe aeteose a up again*' rrortu* "^"uu from th< it tor I una*. jj uic isuor *oa &o- co*rt many re440n* and the claim movement t$ to tie arou*ea, i(one " l^c complete break- money mu*t be lortficonun* to down of erery capitalist law in get publicity to <lo it witn. i am enclosing you a suoscrtption Jul mi; Meet a eouuiuttee to circulate it, toMke a donauou outrigat iroai J'oor treasury li po#*iaic, get up protest meetings in your (own; California. Seventh: Do thisas if Tout Mooney and his splendid wife and their fellow pirosners were de- pending on yon alone. Don't bo •dojpt resolution* demanding * labor slacker. Prepare to bov- tongreuuonai investigation; send **m« to President Wilson, t. H. Senate, ilouse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 May 1917

m • v. A A GERMAN DESERTER'S WAR i V0*. —*9 PI 'iisa EXPERIENCE. (B W. Huebach, Publisher, New- York, Price $1). TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE. The following narrative firHt appeared in Qerman in the col- umns dt the New Yorker Volks- zeitung, the principal organ of the Qerman speaking Socialists in the United States. Its author,who escaped from Germany and mili- tary service after 14 months of fighting in France, is an intelli- gent ydung miner. He does not wish to have his name made pub- lie, fearing that those who will be offended by his frankness might vent their wrath on his relative3. Since his arrival in this country his friends and acquaintances have come to know him as an up- right and truthful man whose word can be relied upon. The vivid description of the life of a common German soldier in the present war aroused great .in- terest when the story presented in these pages to the English speaking reader was published in serial form. For here was an his- torian of the war who had been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 May 1917

T?a -y S,V> ' , '< ^ - , v ' ••'*•-' I •> , 'V*', j fwm I A Word to Rebel . Readers. 2* J ! '« | I 1 I i-i ;| I || Ml 4 | ;i ; 1 if. j i I't If f I ¥ And to I have recovered My hat k-m the KtdUtrS. again} The metaphoK la btn i —— _ slightly mixed ifl say "Though Uet October juit three week.-j hlTe wtlked through the ral- before election, I was standing in lcy of ^ 8h*dow, ^1 Bichard the looby of the Oriental Hotel in ^ #g#;w « Dallas between trains, busily giv- Now ^ j, t lonjf way to Wi ing an interview to some news- yon whu j 8tarte<i out t0 pennen. Scnstor Johnson of Hall you j that not since the county, editor end owner of the ghot ^ flred atFort Humptar Hall County Democrat, end the wag ^ Mtion in such a crisis as man who preferred charges at this moment. against Oovernor Ferguson in the Every 4Mtige of democracy last legislature, cam* up to me bcing swept away. Press censor- and ssid: Mr. Ilickey, you have §|,jp conscription, restriction of been in my county three ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 May 1917

W^^'?.. %'. ■'' -■ T. A. HICKBY, Editor. 10* p«r year; elubs of fwur si (40 w«ek>) Ik JOOJ tton expires not tame. SATURDAY, MAY 12,1917 ;?.;;;1 •w Wilson, president of lid States, is tho only one* loft in tho world now that Nicholas Romanoff has boon shorn of hit power and is in dur- ance tile in the palace at Tsarkow ielol r Whoa up theft; keep cool, )iqn't flap flags at me. 1 want our ears and attention and rains because your present un- erstanding is juddled and your emotions are addled by the jingo ]>res8 of Lord Northcliffe and the ubeidized organs of Wall Street. And so I ask your' undivided attention until I prove that since the Romanoff dynasty has been overthrown and a republic has been established in China, North America has the one and only ar in all the nations of the nation ean we conceive of exist- ing here under the present re- gime. A glance at the poll tax and grandfather clauses and oth- er restrictions on the ballot in Southern and Northern stat js proves th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 May 1917

Pi I$X^?S mmmmm \ ■••>'.-f;-/•- ■ •••.■•' va* ■ •;■ • V •; ... v - \ , •*•/ -;•• 53SBB w «. •r> iffifi§S§! !gpf.;/Vr.-> i*', .1.': ■ '• ..;V:-V---!--vii i-I^W,Vv:5- % ,^.'- *.; f£? <M^W0 *&£« . '':rf te I ' Ejif ij m M I'j i; £.3 I •'"' I s: n •• ; ' 41 IIP t:( I! l;:.I H'f J / ft It ; | P- 5 I i I I .- ' I I !'..: ' ','■ yv by th«t suspicion." Congressman Fuller foars the - American czar's domination: "IF MR. WILSON CAN DO- JUNATB THE CONGRESS BY a ' ift*pD DTAirvoT urmnir A JirUltK KjOvfUKol Wlxlv/Jtl THE SENTIMENT OP THE PEOPLE DISAPPROVES, AND IP CONGRESS IS COWARDLY AND OB8EQUIOUS ENOUGH TO BE THUS DOMINATED BY THE PRESIDENT, TRUE REP- RESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT IS AT AN END. IF A SINGLE MAN, HOWEVER GREAT HIS TALENT, RIGHTEOUS HIS MOTIVES, OR HIGH HIS PLACE, CAN SET ASIDE THE COLLECTIVE JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE, THEN THIS IS NO LONGER 'A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, AND FOR THE PEO- PLE.' IT IB A BXNXVOLIIVT DESPOTISM, A MONARCHY VEILED UNDER REPUBLICAN F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 May 1917

JSMW-- * . teswyiWi'- >■1. ." *■ •,'•■■•■■<;-"1- • . V V/ "n ■ J ^ :- : - ' ' ■; ■:* ; •'- .'-•>?""T'-*.'•r V* *1' •'"•* •3 , C a® a? isPr 1 MnS$®®S8i■ .'.V * V- ■' ' V' 1 W f-' r- rails. \ jpllviA'S, ••••; \ « '•••♦•.* vS-jjy v- *■■ '■ '.i-j; 1. >0^' ■ ' .- . .'•>.. ••; ■- • , .;■ +.' 1 " ' ' ' ■ DESERTER'S WAR EXPERIENCE. your throat. The effect of oar fir* m fmm * SliM M I [ itiflm mmi (B. W. Huebsch, Publisher, New York, Price |1). H fsBBsS^ vWl were the thought* that whea croe- ■ M , I jBMgywm,.j ,.^r And to •onsolo myself, and so as to just- ify before my own conscience tie murderous trade that had been thrust upon me, I tried to per- suada myself that though 1 had aa Fatherland to defend, 1 had to defend a home and protect it from devastation. But it was a weak consolation, and did not ev- $5k en outlast the first few days. Traveling in the fairly quick motor cars we reached, towards • o'clock in the morning, our pre- liminary destination, a small but pretty vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 May 1917

H si ISfl , ■- > ?p REVOLT HI MISSOURI. J to bona fide oetttare for tfiui pur. —•— I poee—1st, biding a homestead. Another gmt state has lined! 2nd making permanent improve uB in the war against landlord-1 thereon. Hon is the sec- i km, wtimo tbo "show Wjj "J ^ ^ ' :v>-' ."'a "■ ' -.y - ... «1 f W. i ■ II | II <i! I I I J I ■ I I •♦•to of Miesouri. / The men and women of Mi* aouri are enlisting under the Hederahip of General Frank P. Walsh who is a sturdy veteran and winner of many terrific bat- tles against the foe of humanity —The landlord. Ill patriotic Americans will ^MOMHnber his series of brilliant victories when h« was eonunand- •e la chief of the armies of tho India trial Relations Commission. His terms of unconditional surrender to Generals Roekefel lor, Aator and Morgan have not been accepted as yet but the ene- mies' trenches are being mined and will shortly be blown sky high. The terms oi surrender are vouohed in the following terms and were presented to Preside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 May 1917

% m mt'. mm -f ■••Mr. *• W . ■ 'PBg-'' :,mP?:;.;' ' 1 ■ ' "■ i ' t' -f' />. ; ■ii ~7*?: ■ > ■ ' uw oer >! • I" dut* of 4, tte, lO^w^hi. ye w ♦* TBE GREAT 1TPUK OREAT TO US 0*LY REOAUSE W1AE10H OUR KNEES—LET Ui ARISE. -v • !$!§ -V'-V- *£%'<£:> ; T A HICEEY, Editor. Kfe per year; debs oI fomr e mot* <40 mate) *e. II fee number oppomt* AO your mm your etthserip 3UJ torn expires next taro* . w-<« n ■—■mammrnmmmmm | 18 mi, it um villa, T«., O T, MAT It. 1917. ' •**?■f' . •, ' GAL-DAL. NEWS LABOR. AND wbmi git down in cold* ood #d mood to calmly and a t "irly write about the crime cotf| es« committed in passing the n- acription law I find the \ik beyond me. I find myself insr -1 in the mood that the immortal Brann was in when he tried to describe the military knave. Gen- eral Otis of the Los Angelws Times, after that journalistic cuckold had villianously defamed the pure white women of thu south. You remember he "Wanted one word" to properly stigmatize that monster of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 May 1917

•- H raiwc-: ijfr .>r v- mm msem it IS v® j* ■la "lip? ^ /:-• >. ..^W&ftV4 §1 *r ■ ,«k •: :Ki?- S; 9® f^p': BP ¥1S5 m ■ K: slsmas ffS ;f§|3 r IBUsspills « ;*ws f V 1% , y. (*• i I Si i {If' ;* I H ■!*U i I 1; H 1 m gte i... Ji! ■ m i - i ,y -5 ■ *■. '.-■ '■ .. ^v,. .: ; ^ y - ^ Appeal To England's Landed Ar iitocracy. "The farmers of America can double their crops this year; th?y can grow 10 time* as much food next year as they grew in any year before, and they don't nesd any advice to do this—they need a fair deal! it is up to the United State* and divers and sundry, and other government whether the year's institution* Uut .re miking tHe °r * it is up to the same government to weiJung ring with dire prophecy 8ay if next year-8 cropg ^ bc as to the horrible late that awaits enough to feed not only the peo 0a ail if farm labor is not eon- pie of this country, but all the scripted instantly and compelled aI1'®8- _ M _ tA *•«..« i.ra« t**A -mn- > wJ Outlines His Plans. . j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 May 1917

Ilissfilp? y% mm . <" • w • ■HUPP i'.-y , v^.- -i^v k'Jf' :" I; *■ '...r I' jtlti ISP® iJ-M? <,;- , fegg .f' is ""• ■ '•• ■' P . mi wM' -I ..#■" - ^13* .. . *rc- v:^ & fp &,-• vi^' ! ' &■: 1; ' ■' ■ ••w" W -'' g .7$k . " • • " "•' * '.: '-V-Vr-' *' • - m ' w m K '111 V' ■V ■ r'y • :^y|- ' M y .4 - Wj ' ;• !' rv ' ~>- ,-• V ■' -r .]?!(*£&} \ :/v'x ; - ■■ ■ Pi::*' '0y ■ ]'%• mg ■■:. _ DESERTER'S WAR EXPERIENCE. I (M. W. Huebaeh, Publisher, New # ^«fsl !§^: York, Pric« **)- (Continued.) I trad not been severely wound- <>.K brought the news that the Zep- pelin had dropped its "balast real impartiality. There lay a Herman soldier next to a white- haired Kreueh woman, a little Belgian stripling whom fear had ven out o£ the house into the «d, but I felt as if my head was double its normal sire, and there w^m a noise in my ears as of the wheels of an express engine. the other wounded and the soldiers of the ambulance corps mid that the Belgians had been pushed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 May 1917

\ mmmm w>i .• "l • wSfSr avement to the State fur SIX OLD LAD11S All m ' " '( '■!> ■ ' • ■ W'S m M- u-^ r iiSlpsf c 9R ' V ^ ' I- Karlr f anrl f lon* t0 th® Church of UrlVC DdCK ^ana 1 ami noowmformiata aw barbed or . , —1— ' i persecuted. Radicalism is liko- Amoajj .the many amazing ra- jJj* kborera 77 /« . ^ and small village tradesmen have «1<. of th. recent l«n r. o- ^ J from lotion was the confiscation the pu*« 0f their birth because their VMt landed estates of Csar Niob- opinions are contrary to those of elas and then the voluntary turn- t°e^r landlords. ing over to the people of the grcai landed estates of grand dukes. No longer will it be said •f the once ibighty landlords of Kpaaia: "The law forbids the man op "woman To steal a goose from off the •< Want Thair Profits. I < • common, Bat turns the%grester felin loose Who steals the common from the goose." Now the looters of the Russian oommons are either in durence vile or in hiding from the people's wrath. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 May 1917

SS&E*"! v: V> '■' - yr; *• IllfS ?S'! wj®m£ f-i> 7||H)iP.V y "' " 1 -V ''A-.;: '•• .'r - ■' -•" •■ 1 ' ./■•%'i ■ ' ; • v . ■ ' ' °'V *V ' ' ■' ■ 1 • ■ ' ::h V- • Jllililsfe;.,-.- ■■'■ i . I "V ^RnttMEEft ;:®08$W 100,000 . V ■.... V- 'y.,' i of Amnio. per yew. In clubs of 4, 25c, 40 weeks. 3 yews for $1. u>i . ! THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEES—LET US ARISE A. HICKEY, Editor. 50c per year; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25c. If this number is opposite^.*- your name your subterip-#U4 lo- tion expires next issue vM: -msms !F # sm if-' " ;.■"■•■ Entered as second-das* matter July J, 1911, at the postoffice at Halletts- ville, Tex., under act of Mar. 3, 1879. . HAJLLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1917. No. 303 mm — i&ktl L. Xiim: Ut' M ■ 8001AUS1S COMING 1ft XU ittJOR OWN. Htckey was kidnapped by gunmen. Full in next issue (No. 304.) Get a bundle at 1c per copy. Spread the story. IALL TO ACTION Rebels to the front. Weaklings tiis raw. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 May 1917

V I' Wmm •SK. m '-- 9£MSS 4ffi m *SV '■ Bft ■M (Compiled by Co v. Ami.) derful report* to th« effect that "the , , mine amount of bread tod the satn* J The following excerpU on the Kmotti>l 0f butier o>> the bread" ha. w Oermany are taken boeo mmd to rich and poor alike by a ' Ati&iOQA. Vs« AUSTRALIA. C% tff <r ; ** -f: • -t * J , The Australian people In the middle of the war were toltl that they were about to be conscript ed, W ere they conscripted f No— «*,« "UNiMi « not w tlut ym conld noUc it- l£iy 13th, y, and clear up much infor#nc. belB(( ^ aQiteU : Why f Bee* use they said yre are Af # n a 4la«4 Km ' ' 4 W 1 ' K, a!' tfl. ■ « ■ ^s&BS? «#p OWER NJSv/ TRIAL TO H0OMBY. f|S' *?'-V PH 1pp9i - / WHAT A UNION FAR- MSB HAS LEAENCD. i San Francisco, Cai., Slay 20. — Since the arrival of Ed. Riegall in San Francisco Monday, followed byyOxman's arrest, and his aecu I m of the mystery that has been thrown around the imprisonment of Liebknecht by the Kaiser and his *...

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