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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 June 1912

<ppm lif® ^ ^ .Jaa3Hahd;r ■:' .v $r Em# si™ President—K. V. Deb., of Inlian* Skidd, ?mk£>v\ Si S«.; «**. 4WSK -as® -- t* ^'.'>,:r~ a ~T lifiiB C-'"'.ftf • • N* h •«'•.•!' ... -«jw ' I ■ .'• a&M'l \ | week ending June 22, 1912.. v'iii;i''' I HAVE A 00*- •t « p«ar great to u« only becai HALLETTSVILLE, wepraon ourknppa-LET US ARISE • 4...; UUfl, JUNE 22, 1912. ?. A. HIGKEY, Editor and Owaar Eatrtvd m second elaM matter Jnlr 1, MIL *t the POstoffic* at H ll«tt rille, T«ic.f ■nd«T the act of Much 3, 1879. BOo ptr yr; clubs of 4 (40 wks) 26o No. 61 IMVINE SEES IT. TICKET. , June 16. which * iad a coi ticket in Alexander Irvine" writing in First ^.e Soc"1 Democrat haa ialiat ^ t0 W a^ont some of the per.,, sonslifcies-in the national eonven- natinn nnanu/l —Oil. OS? rC«idv"5 """Till be iuUjr- nation opened jn what he says about Con. M a°£n !lUgae I Foll-y of J?*- as the state office ffi Seidel, the *.ocial- jia8 ge<>ured Con as one of the star ates for prudent and speake...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 June 1912

STATB SQCUtJST N mem wem lei Bailey Court of psspg m Iprty in East the «Wighteff*to edition ifr/Ii snl acedTb v 1WV*& editions. It has bem a long to displaced oy . _ s , ■■■pwpnii We are now in jhape to turn out at h^:tJr&ey of the best speakers in thhe UnlM *d by Charles tt. Kerr * Co. .of -"thqr avowed^ «W;W lSotarfi^- *•£ * ig'4Bully for the boy with the glass eye!" hoping that Bailey if fall and that he might then raw* for at thit time the LegM«< States for «Lmi wmi"anti" in membership. Aa governor he has sought to div expecting .pur ■ She"^te^SS e^ia% to discifdit the legislature *dent fid In tlx lenlt*. of whieh he MM* get ** !f ™" *" 0 ' ' • endous hit Local ,.of the Socialist par- copies. .Local know if public attention; and a work that Cnoin." Ilplpif: * " they can secure 2,000. Other locals SSJffifrr ton* for hedoea (. Ug£ g August 12th, 13,h, by legislation, as is evident from the fact that he made a ou&i n l«H ana utn. / the TTnitrd fttnfrts^fS indeed a fa...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 June 1912

®5 m Oar hfilliant comrade tivi* My era iii his great work "The History of the Supreme Court," devotes a good deal of ^ace to the subject' of land frauds in Texas. This work is * in another column. Below we publish th6 first of a , jeries. of short installments "from My«'« work: Great Land Frauds in Texas mm MHSi ;The capitalists promoting the frauds in Texas were largely in the great Klor- i and Arkansas land ations Ueorge Oris wold, co >icuoua in the Mitchell claim acres in Florida yali itei by the Supreme Court of the feited States, was equally promin jit in the Texas frauds. Associat- } with him was an array of other iera capitalists — -Anthony ev of-Ncw York, William H. jpaner of Boston, George Curtis New York, Dudley Selden, a !ew York politician, General John Mason, Stephen Whitney and hers of the same city. From the ofits of his land transactions, «phen Whitney became so rich one time he was regarded as jjproaching Commodore Vander- in point of wealth; in 1852 bitncy's es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 June 1912

HUlftwIliif r'<:& ■< v''*jy^ 'fevir l'''*:. pills gte%%V;K?f« • :•*? i-%:'^ -'•KaSi^'Tn R^^sTOrrK *\ ■ ■ ■ .Msfe ^■ypS? |p->:-'-.:t RSRP Kl!! &•<*' ■ jgwmm&i HMi OH* PolWca^harkl ADVISEE," WRITES SOME LET f i§ I <t ill «:• ; • nevE* " ■;' I fe vt r* fii ■' ■ fi II p|f Y-. tl "jfft!tr^saassSr$ t SSi^ •> *• ir.vasufcr SUer «,£( >• exposure of the actions of L-ghtfoot «d Sheppard, to Cf^ji i PrkMr the iMAtd officer fojf thi# juriidictlon. I received a reply from him, TRYING to explain tho eonUat. of> thM W r. In^dw tn hi fmir with ron. I am enclosing yon hi* letter. Now just one rwjaeet, tr rJSVSm^-^ UP tt. m^.pH.g, j. .p tl. j.{ to m.4 iksve d 1 "111 got tke hide in your I p«r. You an waking them fpu tfcis part of the country with your little paper and large they simply eouldn't stand It. ""Please don't use my name in the operation. >Vour friend d evwx <le, if it wer# twice m llSiSPSi M . . ■! ... ears, and Pullman diners, : db«y legitimately—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

I HALLETTSVUtS TEXAS JUNE ' wte ji? T. i HIOKEY, Editor aid Owner i "" ' *"' - r,:--^yr-- Entered u MKond-eiuw matter Jslr 1, 19U, / t the poatoffioe at HaltottavilU, Tax, undwr fh« set of March 3, 187 . ' . 50o par jr; fobs of 4 (40 wks) 3&0 No. 02 • ne Rebel's "merciless analysis ot wUliam k\ Kamsey's record jtentiary commissioner, as judge and as candidate drew bfood. democrat who is going up a £ down the state jg the workingmen of Texas to vote for him nriuaiy oi his party thought he~could ignor , bat lit got ipo many reminders of it from ti1 appealing for. He had to stand up in the o goyernor in the ie Rebel' criti- aen whose votes t and pretend to ■ft* I ^Speakmg at Taylor Thursday night, June 20 tdge Ramsey (we S the staff correspondent of The Houston ronicle, which is fWm), said: . J J . .. "I have discovered the 'printed source' from tej.lch Governor Col- M drew Mi ot the 15 prisoners who were sa ^ up for a whipping (the Ramsey farm until Judge Ramsey and his friends co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

ip. sJK" IH .V-i f a-,. Ilir; - . FPT r • WfJ - It before the people that ia, primarily, alt v^lEP m iiliS ^ES^EvStwS Jill Hfilllil '"•■■- . a '7* ' ' ;*& "The Reb«l is the bed taper I ever read. I wiah I could pat one at every man's door in America" 7 , J. M. Bain. C toll of life „ t'Enelo d find 22 anba. Wateh an enotinue to u,;, „,rt o( Weat Iai «*.• ■ , «. —— . .. JHHHBB *3U««. 1 mMm< mmkm ■***• " **" ••• km, history, reason, and common "*iF|en i,ne,,- "Outside of size, theieia nothing anue prove that society rests upon On Wednesday morning at 2:15 better than The RebeL*'—H. D an eeonomie basis; that civiliza- Ed mood F. Beaumont, one of the Wright, Andulaaia. Ala. tion and all the institntiona of «o- veteran engineers the South- ^.rfSsIlMW™8® oety are molded* ffect o 1 and col- era Pacifie was instantly killed ored by the condition and character and c. D. Connely, hi*, fireman, of the eeonomie foundation; that fatally injured v when a boiler laws, customs, modes of thoug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

rraoomNo. What tJu Land Holds. Blocks tone on Land. AS. S®m frr fcrillii era, in his great wo: % gSSf £' tW<ragh, ,0 know « J «*y -M* « Iliad- "«J r , i*. t I„_J. A.i * 1 lu lU0 BOYCOTT SAN DINGO. RENTER# UNION. " (Tune Old Blftck Joe.) —■ , ; In ail'the civilued nations of the q >t are the ^ when tWg fll|r (E. 0. Weitzen, Sec.-Treas., Hal- The War j* still on in San Diego. . . '"%* free lettsville Texas.) The champions of human liberty Court," de- on. It is not founded upop labor or looked upjo as an authority upon 0gn$ Hrv tbe'fiMl ont belonged Now that the crops are being who are fighting for fm? afrcecb laid by, the Renter's Union is are not linked and will not be* , Gustavus Have no illusions as to What the "The His- ownership of the land is based up- earth the name of Blackstone is ofl and frauds ni Texas. fa<*.' It is not, based upon any lords toknow that the great law JgTre [h jj, ^ ,Mdktr4., approaching its busiest time of the They are calling upon the people 4bel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

zmm : • •••..... are being the four E% ■ ■ ■ ,'; BfiS gSEXp • w "■• m ■M 2e^S?SbM^ei yoti, it will be time to start for Chfldross. The openingdste it July the 8th, and continues for four days. Join the tin, Be t booster. ^ The prairie dogs have barked him ia'jMMisted Fw* im- port, of the meetings bring held by Con Foley, at Sheldon Conn., he will certainly wake thintarup when he gets to Texas. , A complaint WW « de last week, that one of the speakers "was a revolutionist" Would not tbat jar your ^System"! The membership of Texas. Be- ware of these who eause division among youf This scripture will f I" thcmHclvcH hoarse, at the cont- (apply to tjwse who continuously inous atream of wagois, enrpute try to create party divwum dur- UrWmm* 'for «j glori# **"* ' gathering of people at the Ballin- mr «BMUurtna*nlr beglnSffig the 8th and continuing for four days, under the efficient manage- ment et B. D. Sebring. • A mcMSter arbor haa been built and Csrsey's band are get- ting in ihape to f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 June 1912

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 July 1912

m jm wa a T. A. i i^ODd-elMM matter July 1, 1*11, l o.toffi«e at Balkttsville, Twl, idsr the met of March 8,1879. I^peryr;dubeof4<40wks)l5« Entfrrd t the US ARISE : V MALLETTSYILLE, TEXAS* JULY, 6, 1912 "r-&rv- « - -• ■awl — July 6„ 1912 er Trust DeViitrv, At 2 o'cloek on Sunday after- sworn to wipe them out by murd" noon, a wholesale murder occurred if need be. Before you get tig iu the town of Grabow, La. The you will hove read the press 0 murder was committed by hired parts of the alleged riot in whicjZ thugs in the.employ of the lumber union men were kitted and sevi . trust, whose chief southern mem- mortally wounded, was a peaci I her 'is John H. Kirby of Houston, demonstration on the part of e Texas. Three man were killed out- members of the B. T. W. a mei t g right And several others are at the was in progress, the shots tha£e* point of death, while over 20 have suited in the murder of Union « fit- been wounded. The prsident of the were fired from the 8uperi 5 it- Brot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 July 1912

r *$& it ff®5 WHmm !SE2*EF'*V*k:,,3 IHPII H MtvS', Ssiiii SKj «.?s; jfc 5 «Ms®P'i' V*** pH : ' aaewag •lis? S *' ilSSl in i£$ rWK' HHRB^RP; 9^0Wtet ■ ■''■■"■ '■' m *•;< • ■ agrria ■■ mm ■5H|ijpL.i£ Sftfite " y,?. • RsS ^:!T' ssu Wm piw "dfebw ANTONJi SlOffl EIPLO. CHARLES EDW "Mi ON BAN DIEGO. JB8ELL - TEXAS STATE VOTEB, ite of the blanketing of the San Diego, Jtm*90,19 The struggle at San ~ w TBt P0TT OP SOCIALISTS. tH STIOM^VASirBTTl Protut BUrs ,vS>- xi Southern Pacific engine that to be at heart a plain hta blown up with its precious hu- the maater da* and 4the iiiiiMM man freight, a feeling of profound that the maater claaa.preya upon, resentment against the railroad; The essential condition for the to commission, the governor and . the Southern Pacific-offic l is grow- ink an every side. Men ate ask- ing "has not the limit been,reach' edf where is thia thing going stopf" The following letter was sent ftAv «* qt«tP Sec. Roekdale rhe Rebel believes that it is the th.t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 July 1912

N D M I frauds. th* third in- socialist vs. single ' —™" ■ For years the angle t&xar and land in tbs south, .'•v J „ 1 —r— . Otfr brilliant young Texas com. power 0¥ the state. Jf bekbbrt srwcs* on laud r*d*'n"-l- n"4>''ta ">*'*■ <■>•■«* i <fc «y u t The >*. sL XJ2 The state has a perfect right to no write under* dividual person shall acquire or standiDgly of the i""> situation ** bold more than fifty acres of one we W it in the^Uth ^ another and ten " *A .«r w «f.0f another, or fix any limit it strike of the spreading. The strike at Port Bolivar has, just at The Rebel predicted, spread to Galveston. Sailors, oilers, water tenders, firemen and coal passers readm* <rf Ti * p„>^i 1'' *k t a ttt upou land value cnutuDy oc The Rebel are cure all the social ills of Gustavus Y ** fact white & Socialists have i his.great work "His-, Herbert Sp«n«er thp great «yn- maintained that it neeessa^ W relief to read Nat's stuff becauM niJ.*- Th. ummmf K are out ™ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 July 1912

Mm, ME NT ' E AND r-v BY ON" IfVfl WtiiJcLW® m Jft#T yifciaEfo ft <• '-Mm ■ H ;« Ml ■i.p ■ ~v li ! t I n >uv nttvv* f ^•y; >'>'-:•' c?' $$"' 'j'> oAt:. , •- <•■•"! • . '• -/- ?k/ *■ C?*-#<•'"''> Taft for the reactionaries, Wilton for the middle class, Debs for -"'"the workers, Roose veltwith nowhere to go but oat—that'• the lineup for the presidential Derby. ) Taft and Roosevelt slew each other in the maddest campaign ev- er waged inAmeriea for a presidential nomination.Taft emerged with the republican nomination, and in the campaign now to open will have the backing of Big Bnkness and the political agent of Big Busi- IvrvAl* iL A *1 J - —A • ■N- 4IV9V WI VVMi MIO V*V1 |/OA MW - - Roosevelt is a dead one. He counted on the nomination of a re- . actionary, a Big Business candidate, by the democrats it Baltimore That was his only chance to win as a ' 'progressive." The democrats fooled him. Rather, say, Bryan did it, Bryan not Only boBsed the democratic convent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 July 1912

msm if ***"' a . Jbi • -1 _ of Indian*. A. HIGK35Y, Editor and Owner Knt*red w July I. lft *t the (MtaUflfM t HalletUmUe, T«.. undw th« vt uf 187ft. !•< 50c per yr; clubs ef4 (40 wks) 2ftc * '■■*■ US ARISE m to us only b^oo wo oro on our knoos mmmm throat appear .22,721 V?" ° 4 _ . "-0^ ....... . .... . No. 54 TEXAS JULY, 13, July 13, \uMek fciidiiuir SERMON. FIVE MINUTE 1S29&M r-^ I «juL WHY YOU HIlOlThD fPtAY OUT OF THE PRIMARIES. (Written for The Rebel by H. Q. Richards, Wichita, Kas.) OTB OATHOUO HIERARCHY IH LEAGUE WITH PIUTOOKA- OV AVD THE DIM. MP. PARTY. Street Railway Company, contro Ryan, corru' (WrHtea especially f«r The Rebel by Gustavus Meyer., of *&w York author of "History of Great American Fortune® and Hi tory of Supreme Court.") Pour striking and predominating facts were especially ootice- able iP the RepubUcanlnd the Democratio national conventions at fij^fa^t was^at Elihu Root was chosen as the prwiding torney of New York county, ple_„_ _ , ... w Ranubli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 July 1912

■im v->j; m — ES3. V : 2& fXX/te 8TiTg N0TS8. TBE LAWRENCE (&<A. Green, State S*c. RockdaU) America has never Men a p•*• T. H. Evans requests us to an- allel to the Lawrence strike. Here nounoe that there will |>e a coun- were a man of men and woi ty man meeting at Woodville, oh long oppressed, beaten to the July 18th, for the purpose of tak- nrtch; and then when they s' jU steps to put out a county every inhuman" and unjust TROUBLE} mm ISSii mmm 'rS' it . • rv?K-; iifiiil m -ifSfc, mm ±$&k • ¥ffw >,y^ 53S57!i .v; 5533 SOUTHERN NOTES, ■ i?W!l'$53 f?$£ i*;r (By Gordon Nye.) . lsls ! BP i : II I w f'Bi r IV ^ K*r h r • *•'••• It? : n5; • 3f~&iv 1 I m jMO|: II- 1-, ticket. All locals in Tyler county treatment by the State, and #very ale requested to send delegates to means that might incite them to this meeting. revolt was used, and yet those Comrade Manning Baker of Dfe men and women under the leader- Ivalb, Texas, submits his nam^ as ship of Bttor, Haywood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 July 1912

e e 3 •r P A a- U u 8, e- id >f le is 11 jf ie in Q- d, &- jf m :h in •n 88 ill ar a, 18- us n- ill ce lea le- ire aa «1, is is it irs ec- «b il w. ira F. S. 4; ian ert T. W. 'il- 'et- II. A. 4; A. 10; 4; gh- LAN tkxas land frauds. WHAT AXE YOU GOING DO ABOUT ITt JBy P t*r Molymnuu The convention days are over our the TO1 CALL FOR B0C1ALL18T PRE- . C1NCT CONVENTIONS, ___ CONVENTION POWERS. We present below the third in- sent of Texas Land Frauds by otur brilliant comrade, Guatavus THE SOUtA COMING ALIVE, _ and we can now get Comrade Hickey and all tbe rest knitting . Remains now of the bunch that operate The penally conducted gal Rebel -. the third .undidate, but as uhuiv wuu-w®, ^ As 1 have once more been out on alr^iy jinllod what al tfho in his great work the hustings, I have gotten togeth- place when his braves get ••tiwiory of the Supreme Court," er a few ir<-reNarch rebels, for^ur We can think of it as aire wari uw ^ devotes a good deal of space to the care and instr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 July 1912

I ' Hi ■1 ^ interesting corres- haa passed between the of The Rebel and J. E. of Childress, Tex.; Ml Sto^ln onoissue of The tWbel appeared theatatement that i at a meeting in St. Paul three HW9 expelled four hundred from toe Socialist party. life night at Kirkland, Texas, Mr. Ralph Korngold, a Socialist speaker touring this part of the country, had this article called to his attention while engaged in a debate and publicly stated that you Mr. T. A. fliokey, Hallettarille, hg/1 1W1 n limit it. Can you prove your statements or will you stand branded as a liar? - Yours for the truth, J. E. Johnson. Be* 586, Childress, Tex., June 29 Op receipt of the al>ove letter the editor of The Rebel sent the fol- lowing reply to Mr. Johnson: "J. E. Johnson, „ Box 586, Childress, Texas. Dear Sir — It is true that in one is- sue of The Rebel I stated that in St. Paul, Minn., three men expelled 400 from the.Soeialist party. You say thkt:"Mr.Ralph Korngold, a Socialist speaker touring this part of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 July 1912

S* <m*te •■•y?-nf ■H HbH BBaS \L-'V« ' >*. '- ,' C ' •'. i 'i '; f'aiii rctfc • i-wcfSB ,,.. . . ,*T!7; : -'■ . * - ; • .- PS mm,, , w*- ;^.,/r ' *k for fmtdwt-B. V. Deb., of Indiana 1 for Vloe Pfeaidsnt—Etnil SSidet ' : 'v at Wisconsin. fBBm •.' S8ML- to us only beoaua* HALLETTSVIll asts aro on our knoot US ARISE « great appear 3if ,Vr« j ..■^ttigttiwiiawi Total subs for week ending July 20, m*'> •# j 'f 1 -'• #«*- *■ 1T ■ £ r^S, 7?7ir 20, 3912. 'i "■•llii y/r- .-m*!"*'1- P§£-' iirh • > . « " • .; ' . 1 fps-n i , WV, «M - Vrf • ' EE • -- '■.'■• . ■ ■!■*-■■ . .,-_-J .--- — V . (fl .' • • HIOSXY, Editor ud Ownv fintertsi u tecond-cU** matter Julj 1, 1911 it th# (KiNtofflec.** HfcllolUrill#, Tea.. unilcr the «<t iff Match 3, WJ79. 50c per yr ; dub* of 4 (40 wk ) 26c m No. 55 a*** , ; ! _ .. EMERSON DIE. * « t inmr^n Frflfi® WlMfit. VvlUl OUW9j *• VAAW ••> .« .wt~ - N D ~ T I .yf^ari:'*§ On Sunday evening, July 7th, 1912, while the Brotherhod of Tim- ber Workers wfcre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 July 1912

*3® TEXAS STATE VOTES THE GRABOW RIOT. (Continued SKSr 'K' {NERlSel '■ noMU) The official count of the member# in and tell what rent hit negroes individual ballots for State offi- were forced to pay fo* their cab- mm z- . A.: cert shows the preference for state ins! m§ m 'M'Cj mW fbUow*: For governor, Also, if he will furnish you with Reddin Andrews; lieutenant gover- photograph! of them, Ithink it will nor> T. A. Hickey; attorney gener be fully shown that Long-Bel has al, Henry Faulk; State treasurer, some pretty husky $1.50 a day W. J. Bell; comptroller, G .W. M. "boys" jp its employe. Taylor; school superintendent, J. If the Long-Bel Co. does "not E. Hamilton; land tjommissioner, object to a two weeks pay day/' as W. R Browning; commissioner Mr. Dodd aawrts, why did they vwmi not grant uu* mmpie act ot juraee justice supreme court, E. 0. Meit- before it. was necessary to "recog- zen; associate justice criminal court niz« the union" by so doingf of appeals, J. R. Brown; congres...

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