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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 July 1912

m :* i^vM sS#5*" ' 'M>> 3j£& ' "■ ' ]■ 0-':■' H «■ >';■ l&OS LAND FRAUDS. •_-'— ..v- _' it. - i \ - I- - ' ,'"t.v • !# ' ' - I *** INI II | i |f 5 44 ^ >> 1 Uad not through their own gy and public spirit, but b< of the collective and combined tivitiee of thousands who may pant a street corner and ' : rA'.F ■■■: . W ft. . >#• : ' ,' •Ip. ■ r-i OUR MESSAGE. THE BARNES CASE. NATIONAL NOTES. a<H MEXICAN REVOLUTION. Music of the "Battle-Hym of the I optional office sends out in pabBc. . • * a of There U one bottom fact that i" value; or, by tadt,A who ma; Uw fourth mmt ,1(.ver be overlooked-® the loc,lto neir * v,c*ot couotr7 of Texas Land frauds great struggle now going on cipality, and thereby make it yalu- U¥ our brilliant comrade, Gusta- to-"Hexico «*d that is that 7,500 abIe-' . 'v families nwtl fill tVio 1 an/1 nt ♦v.* " It vus Myers, who in his l'K%i . ■ SI m ' mm families own all the land of that "It should be understood that great so-called republ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 July 1912

:w m J :ffip EBlii* I Ik S4; Wm0 - - - T E AND COMMENT •it * i .. • ■ •'. Ti v"*i •'*r.4:•' •45fe i,^$V A <* O N K HKlty*'?. • V T'^Vw**'tite VV''iv>',-:'" •• p:- jshhinfesg m : ■:Jr The '<f ; ' I Victor L Berber, the socialist member of eongreis, has issued a statement reviewing the national political situation from his viewpoint. He says: ; 4' There la treachery,, liy | ioc ri hv and con fusion in /tvtry division of capital- ist polities. The old partita are weaker thii yo^r than in any time of our history. Their disintegration will of necessity help the Socialist party, the political expression of the working class. j "Not since 1800 have the two old partis* of onf country been 10 totally disabled and disorganized. The convention at Chicago has proved that the Republican party fa hopelessly split The convention afc .Baltimore has de- monstrated that the Democratic party is torn in twain. "The old partlss arsVealcing up because while there is Kttle or no dif- ference betw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 July 1912

il '-mmi ~~4 * - •* ~v-*~ w«.y"r". — ■ /, •• ••— ■•.... ..*<. 11 11 9-1— rr?- Ti$r "--- -T.' '■'"i ■ *«* •.. •" -r2-' •- ■' ■*''■ '*<, •• ^ ' mT " " BlgBiSell '. •• '■' ' , , -■.'■■• ■■".,, >' ■*"." - *.'•>,?. -iv ■ " T,', "^rTn ' T'-;>-"!- ' •' ■ '■;■'■ > ■ ■ if -•"•■ ■ ' "..•■■■■• ~H-f' ■.-••. - ' V--■ ><&?&/ >••_ -V?SSf' ■ W-'V • J'". ' ?«.• I ■' ; , « T tal subs for week ending July 27, 1912...... *j|fe m rJi li§EHBaBa^4«ES5f5?griMH[W!BMil^W ,JLJ The great app**r flrMt to us only baoauaa w* are on our kneo. LET US ARISE ji^i;f(>aw.M T. A HIOKEY, Editor and Own* . Kb fern! m Mwosd-rlww matter July ], 1911 nt th« t>oetoffltf tl Tel.. under tb« art «rf Mwrk J. 1S79. 50c per yr; olnbs of 4 (40 wks) 26e , :*f :; ■ i.% -■ jv;. • "wjifv ° • v v;-*!" -r * ^ VWW - Hallettsville, Texas, July 27, 1912 ...... , : . ■* . -;">vV^r'' ,. .V I Me. 56 s Indicted. MW/H* ■ -~rr- .•V «d at 42nd me spot in ntictn' of* trialB are ) sun were WBBtn m TOLD IN n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 July 1912

* spit ager has JpW''' ll'l i n,... H AJUli M E.A-Qreen, State Sea. Rockdale,Tx Twenty-two hew encampment* attendance larger than ever before. Etich man' reported a successful At the Rockdale -oAaittpment jn«t closed, there"* waa the largeat attendance and the moat auccess- ful meeting ever held in Milam I m it m jjfj ifc', I; \w~'' [\. imr H. ... . u-t> "• **' f •• ISMrifo] C. F. Foley has proven himself to l)cen one of the moat able orat- ors that haa ever been in the state. His knowledge of indnatrial con- ditions enables him to draw a pic- ture of the claas struggle, that im- presses nil who hear him. Not only is he master of his subject, but his ever ready Irish wit makes him a speaker that, you will never get tired of listening to. His lecture entitled, The Class Struggle of Labor, is second to none, even the famous "Frenzied Finance" by * ... r Hickey, does not equaLit in show- ing the debth to which the capit- alists class will go. The county secretary of Mill* as other* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 July 1912

LAND FRAUDS IN TEXAS. - * ;t?r • fifth Installment. S58, It reported this fact, and, declared that it was well known that "not one in twenty of these country granted to spurious colonists t t tlt * r\ i . . ^nig driven from home "that the case of Martin DeLeou s colo-' i._, i , •ii ef m, " shark' and speculators may • „y wj anM.ce, The commoner r$ap tlieir harvest of gain."—"Of^ , ; for the colony we hi. - m, ficU| Jmirnit| „« if f nt. ^ Texas, 7ft Biennial slion, «ij quarter oKji league of land, and ^ „ ' mad. an affidavit that iiwte t, Tw, ■ g: r^ulslte Po« ' • land c eta II Texas W a®., although, aa . mtfter of ports, 78 (Dm. 1847): "The can* fart, Franciaeo waa only a boy o w>s trjed ^ ^ ten year, at the Um. and ™> at Whw,er ^ } g d school in Louisiana. At the Bame thorn™ t io„„;nm v time Commiasioner DeLoon put- J'ZT *2 ? °°*" , .a. , , a /a inn 8lltutea n consequence of Jugtice ' 1 ^ Aa«ociate" Jnatice acrea) aa tilf tead of a fan- Lipscomb havin* v..... N^klly, at this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 July 1912

WsGm, S&;-® "" i "•* .^~," "' lIS "e- .*• "y.^v UlflHC&KlBE «j. HH BY E AND COMMENT « p endhago n m HH Lott Forward to November HB 9 II [ cafe ill M ,|if Brr # .. IT ;W mont, ModeWttd,UtiLhmiWyowing *11 rt.t««a«Utamemi bogs-ridden by republican agents-of the monopolists to the Hmit. If Taft carries these four little rotten boroughs, he'll do w mUC H^-e 'a *he^ylI expect the atatesto be fcoiov. GABS. icialmi lYanetti ui/ has now beco: HH5 TBS Mi The attempt tor and ily on *, " .-t— — wide. William D. Haywood iaiauch sought after as a speaker. He is now in the South and is booked to speak in the Middle Wert on his return. Prom there he will work eastward} unless he returns to the South. \ n^Ai> Pnru is tOUrilUf Massa chuaetta and GonnectieufSpnnoi mam Day" and * the days W of Rhode Island and Connecticut. Rev. Roland D.-Sawyeriadtoliv. | ering a stereopticon lecture in Massachusetts. There ia a de- I mand for meetings to be address- ed by Sawyer and Miss Flynn. A (speaker w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 August 1912

r*~'' WfwML. I piPBr. 3p . aifn - - «bsw mm Hawaii lS§lifH • m £ diana of Wiaoonsin. mi i$sf% -#§ ;! ,1912 U-tTKt aaaiBMHMa jOSSBBi V" .r:H aba for week ettu"4g Barbarous Louisiana. great apptftr great to ue only because we are en our kmas MAlLETTSVlt£E,TXX., AVOW 3,1912 " _____________ THUS FAITH OF FOLEY. HIliiH LET 119 ARISE MM T. 1 zmsm , '-' -. * -• lite; W ' •• •••'. M.' i. • -T.' •'., • ■ .«2U :P^, '/ 1:' ;•'/■' *<„ A. HICKEY, EdHor and Owner Emend u Me«ad*e)w* matter July 1, IOT1. it the po*toffiee at Haltettevllle, T«*-> antler the net ot Mareh S, 1879. 50c per yr; club* of 4 <40 wta) 28c :m M 9$ taova mention of the word4' Bas- Te'MeiicaT;Vopie".till Ata when "Bel™ V jwful &m -. v..n_„L w.Kn and Colorado lone since beco; . I..JJ -4-II1 ;fttttuuc;- c£: the bull pens of Idaho and Colorado injustice; the whole human wortd>as jroaasate but down >meayn come to ™ CTlX!^X aSiressing the sum total of all" Man'« JTJL« bat down here.in Lake Charles. La., there are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 August 1912

r— for Tbe JBebel by John -Mason.) The cleavage of society into classes began in the latter stages of barbarism. The history of the world ever since the so-called civ- ilized nationalities and races em- erged from barbarism is mainly The method today of separating the Verier frotir hie product is through the taking of profit, rent and interest. This method is le- gal ; it is upheld by state and na- tion) fiS !. f?V | jBKj- Mm ' H- She P' f mt ■ & b M. j. ■ m. % i. ' • onals laws. We are taught that it is right, but it is in fact legaliz- ed robbery. Any method or pro- cess that takes from one without, ,^ . , giving value received is wrong— a history of the struggles between .. . rrfTt M ft* " fr !" * * rroduee. ^ J ^ ot ',Mf °< "«*, .g*£: wealth «d get. only four "nd mode™ * <*** hundred dolltri of H in .« g .word, tofc, <lw. t M- whm ig y, ,Tllm jg^,. te able to economic causes; and al- t- rftgt q{ }tJ way. lhedomWorralli.g oWi H 70n w y„ur (our bu kept .t lf In power ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 August 1912

49 «es* notes state nfnHB I;l« .(Ed. Green State See, Roekdale.) The primary it over and many a good man who was induced to jjua for office in order to get his friends in th« primary now finds that he was a victim of political rttiekety. When 1 they return from their trip up Salt river, meet them at the landing and secure their subscription fcr some Socie- tal publication. The Seidel meeting at Bock dale was" a decided «ttc- Upon alighting from the met by one hundred little •girl® dressed in jred^ who. ea 1 ■ " / .corted him to a decorated where he delivered a short * He Was next escorted into the lob* by of the Wolfe Hottl>here informal reception was held At •j-m he was escorted p the Park, alio!our bestcitiienn toratogoat ft was ertliMtfed to be gathering ever assem- ie park. Our comrade de- address in plain prtw- r, which impressed all earnestness sod honesty - Comrade Sddel regrets at net haw img* fhetograph sf his reeepte the rmnter's union, ± A quickening interest in Renter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 August 1912

it'."- sfE&ll ;.'r Hi ,V v :'"• '—•- 1 i® i .'• .•■<■' >* 7 i ii i np IIB1> Il iiii ,1! I *■ .*• n\ c w& A': t*r- Wilson and N " ;S ;i ' '" 1111 " 1 Workers. mm ■ ■HMI • Comrade Theodore Debt, our Gene'■ right hand, sands me the following analysis by Gene of the attitude of the democratic presi- dential nominee toward the worker* of America. It calls for no com- jnenL Wilson will not try to answer what Debs has written, because it is unanswerably saveby confession. No eleventh-hoar pofession of friendship for the workers, now that 'Wilson wants their votes,ean atone for his lifelong contempt and hostility for them as the er classes," as he has called them time and again. - ' Here is"what Dibs says\ " When a bu ii * candidate for office, eapeeially high office, euch u the pretidencV of the* United 8tM<* , h* Uf eart*tarso: east' * rrtenaiyeye ■pon the working elan. Thia ia quite natural, for the limple reason that he cannot be elected without the votea of that cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 August 1912

kSBSS SB#-"3 v - ;* ♦- .';•••• ■• and Own*) ■attar 3«1y I, lfi« «f Indiana. Seidel, rm*, Tr* arefc i, W9; 2&i23$!k v - vn BOo p«r yr; clubs of 4 (40 wks) c MM KALLETT8V1LLS, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 191*. week ending August $£3 v sn (Delivered before an immense/ gathering at the West Texas Ellison Springs Encampment by T. A. Hiekey, Candidate for Lieutenant (iovernor tsociaiist Fujj:?-~— rades All: 1 -'r 's ;/• ■.'■ Ladies and Gentlemen; "Your committee has tiie subject of' The Moral plies to the Land.' They a strong relationship to ' 1 With them I heartily rect connection between lence, between impecunosi mm i me "to speak to you this afternoon on ing of the Good Book Insofar as itAp- re that the ownership of the soil bears Ivation of the bodies and souls of men. a Socialist I know that there is a di and crime, between penury and pesti d ignorance. ~~ r— , LCKSTONE AND LAUD. as he did and say to the rulers of the nation "Restore, I pray you, to them, even thus -lay, their lands, their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 August 1912

Barjp. \ pm^s$9 < ' rr* ■*4***£?31 K^,''Qtffiff kjjn^vfa* I SOLUTION OF THB ] (Continued from pgpg mmsg-'h- to*. ■ V'- ■-'' 'i- . ■■ ■ v I&H183 ;T®rfT M* ^■:i> v.tt*. j; U< '.' ' ' '. <4 <:, tme i rap.. IlliP WmM M m 1M t T.V, w I® K&'.V-* . , ',: •'. *•-> ;. ,.m-' . ... . . • . • &■ ■■ *VV"i -- ......... ... v.':.:.:rv., ,♦ Hie 13th census taken in 1910 reveal* the fact that 71 per cent of the land m operated by renters and in some of tha richest blade land conn ties like Bell ami Fulls, the government reports show 82 per cent ren- In this connection I must Say that I hate often pondered over the amassing fact that no matter what part of the world you go to whether it be ha the olive groves of Sicily, along the banks of the Mediterranian. in sunny France, on the banks of the German Rhine, in the little green Isle, o on the banks of the Nile, wherever it may be that the p astic , Vie, or on the banks of the Nile, wherever it may be that the plastic ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 August 1912

Ilflp* h '■* -k '•• V. -—.fH tHB SOLUTION WmiSsii>*- ' •; *tp#f ? X Tj&E iCoqtiiined fri>m page 2.) 'iif-f '-i-?.•-' *f" •X""1'. X. •' V>T3'?',1 ,• ■>• (original deeds. Were written btoTw 'tWr current coin given in payment and uqed in preference to war". i \ T war even so in Texas. The eatt& companies wh m mm [*< . "* H «sPSS w^JRsp+' /■*! • I «M "•yl " •'"' -g •' WW LAND HCJVJLIZA (By Gordon Jtys.) r seals blood waa Ml sword :,i> * fllfi'::. My x gg*g 1 "JjK.y-r, *■ '-'•■'••Vte ■■ ammmlm mw~' ■ ■ >"%£ stealing the employed gun-men more vicious than the western corporations ever dreamed of, and indeed some of _ _ ed by the Mine Owners Association,- notably drain, of whom Haywood Could tell a wonderful tale. These were used to scare away the "Nesters" as the bona fide settlers wei called who went out into the wilderness to carve out a home for their wives and babies. Hundreds of them refused to leave and were shot •• - —i ii _i I ' IIKB UttgB, wutru uir n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 August 1912

j ■Mil ^ ilftlfi Chronicle cm article on jtf 1 «P® v;'rVr-' Mmm* ■&wE| HI lumber 31, published a - LOUISIANA JAILS HOT AJronreun OTHIR IB M8P0N- mi WHIT* WORK- OtJflTON, TEXAS. the country as "the Oomoanv. tion. whii cotrmon Texcjj at I ' Anoda- 0* the national lumber trust, according to ief, and which is rasponslblefor the warfare waged in II Henry November. „ , little of big capitalists. A considerable minority of the votes in that district arc of wage earners who have not yet waked up to their class interest, and their obligation to protect themselves against tyrants l:ke Kirby by electing class conscious workingmcn to make the laws. So John Conner of Houston, whom the socialists nominated to make the race against Kirby, will probably not defeat him at the polls in November. Kirby is a multimillionaire! backed by the rich and the depend- ent small capitalists of the district. He *til be supported by all the daily newspapers and all of the weekly newspapers of the district. Oo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 August 1912

k •. i. * I- Xditor ud OwMt M «***« JulJ 1, Mil •I IU fOmUiitim «t Hftlkturille, T«t, ■M«r to* Mt tf Hank i 1879. We p«r yr; ohtye of 4 (40 wk ) 25c i MS, AUGUST, 17, 1912. BALLS I -Till • - ' ;i® •• Lake Charles Jail, of)beB.ofT.m • r j 7,1911 the People of of itt durance , Jtor the serious crime of murder, but aetually for the 'crime of organizing and members of a labor _ . ^ For y«art the white'man em ployed in the lumber regions of western Louisiana and Eastern Texas has been the lowest paid white labor in America. The mo- guls of the timber trust in their rapacity ond greed went so far as to abolish United States currency. Instead of greenbacks, silver, nick- el, copper and gold coming from the United States mint the em- ployes of the lumber trust were paid in scrip and punch outs, that were the product of the printing office The New Orleans mint was ignored - -* the Houston printing office jT • V'"-: the slaves received for their pay. To cinch their grip upon the work- ers u d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 August 1912

v," <* Imm Heel onWxie mm (By Covington Hall.) ,k .^.oughout western -Jjouisiaaa and eastern Texas "the ftortst and Lnilfcr Worker* are in lion- against the Lumber Brotherhood of Timber and the Southern Lumber Operat- ors Association are - in a death struggle, the outcome of which will be a unionized and uplifted or a peon i zed and degraded Sputh, de-" toilers , . m.. •jV-V?" 'i ' m m - •' 'if'" Tj J m ' ■ ' '.1 ' - ?$9fe ; Others of robt -H—JP ■ that ever Wi^Tir - |U; r. I ±L. '■ ■ . j ii?' .'. Sg I, I. &'■ A m \y r I I ft' t. I . |(i workers organize! Get together 1 winyour fight against the most heartless g ■tclcan aere of toad or bribed a legislature. the men in the mills, get together inthe TimberWorkers' Union. Your cause is a common cause. Your cause is a just cause. Never mindahe boss; he's not your "pal." The Company will never give yon aday's work if your labor did Bei make them money in lum- ber or in improving the land therMve stolen from the people. O - ^ ganhe....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 August 1912

jm 1 1111f Nona. £ ■>Vv BS*'. rK'-: \m p® ;:«1 • fiSsS'"''. HB ? :''''«mi' '1 8* SI organization goes Wenow have eighty Applications _7 are coming in daily, and see if you cannot at least Oho morg local ><eounty this month. ^ ,6 following from the pen f lie V. Debs serve as warn- those who in their desire to ties ignore the necessity of .tioxi: "I yield to no one my desire to see the party grow JS& tote increase, ^ available fordatea, beginning in Jones county itt any direction. M. A. Dr tnkard, who is said to be one of the most con speakers, and ii especially for work among farmers/is no * —— -S5M- -*■ & J Se- 4HV mm T "EMERSON JMfllALSVlp*tion to our many friends in La|| Charles nud elsewhere •member Efhi #? M On Angus} the 23rd, lining headline : ' ' 111 Treatment in Jail A. L. Emerson ami Others*' letter and the articles that are now ^ farmers, is now A.U soman snu wring in the capitalist pre* available for dates, beginning in against the B. of T. W. and the L S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 August 1912

^SBaEWHEBKffiBsSSS Iff SS SSM58 £:«§! 4 31, published Chronicle on |p tsmmm * to ■ V_. %r* | V •'' f,x THAti^lNY ABUSE OF TREE tniW nf wonaTON. Kirby if known l^aT^d' throughout the country a. "the ^ to^^rSdSnt of the Kirby Lumber Company. . Kirby 1« ^airman of the Southern Sawmill Operators Associa- tion, which is a branch of the national lumber t^ woordtoj to oommon belief, and which la responsible for ln Texas and Louisiana against unions in the lumber jjdustrj^ KIRBY IS THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY S NOBTOJEE FOR THE STATE LEGISLATURE FROM HARRIS COUNTY, POS- m°WEBY WAKTS TO BE GOVERNOR OF TJXAS. KB BE- LIEVES IF HE GOES TO THE LEGISLATURE, HIS GREAT WEALTH, AND HIS GREAT VSS HM BIG BUSINESS IN THE SOUTHWEST, TOI.J5NABL*HIM TO ASSUME A COMMANDING LEADEBAHIP IN THE LEGISk LATURE, THUS OPENING THE PATH FOB HM SS^^ATi FOE GOVERNOR IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN 1914. Kirby's relation to the brutal warfare waged by the lumber Irturt against its white employes in Texas and Louisiana becomes, X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 August 1912

WmM 4«#M v ^ i, ''SIMM !. A NlCKEY. Editor and Own* Wisconsin, ■■■ Id fUm> patter July 1. IP I • i a* ; nMnffir* r BalletUville, Te 'in-lcf !! t- #.«t ' f Nf*r.l 3. 1S7*« *>0c. pc* yr; club* of 4 jC40 wks) 25c i I Willi —hmwH— w8^wWlV.'1 W> to are on our S. AUGUST 24,191* /Vo. 60 week ■ B \ * * (The following is a report of a speech delivered before a great ^ gathering of West Texaa farmer* and land renters at the Haskell eoun ' *ty encampment on August 14, at O'Brien, Texaa.) beloved of land, it production, white " men, the tionof p; : lorious is oar sSPijjp AbU-Bodied Liars. arid gentlemen. Great atid Star State. With its 200-and-odd thot '' t as the largest in the Union, fi where king ootton proudly *** collec in the civilized world. (Loud laughter and ap ke^e'aMe-bodied followers o*$Jipi«a and up and down the Lone Star State for years and Ml I democratic party. "Wjhen Mr joint debates in Texts some three Mr. Bailey speaking in the. City South that he did not have to sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 August 1912

'£-V,)S ■"«•'- ' '' j r.. ?.'* •/^SPsSgS^ .• * '• iSPf * iswyeis 1st as ot „ prouttce ao part ef tins MFO We have twcugr w«f Um W**B4XI> M ft* DAY. !e .'j.--''' •-■*£.,.,i 's '-, ^«Wnv •■? v- • , _ m K 'r.f zl the the •• Kjj'M ™«- M r *? **?*. aua ao vaiae to a pair of editorial vnlJ^ot^ti* DaHa* W «** eouuaodny, noa y *«« * >7 be postage stamp To thing that eome* from "** « ,,„,!ZraiSTsocuOiM feets u bnt *Ugfatly. However, w* ^ - " * J^Mtimr^to one "**x* *** «M®<3r orders or 1 ttoaal rfreubttoa amounting to one ^ * —•mi™. ^>1 «t.mrtm. MM- . v % tbe Urp t is tte wortd, ioda W i~ I" be wok enough not to weor the "**• r. fookH*p tbMt the muttkdeditors *f the dwJjr papers wear with suA ^ ^ **Th "X r .-«r- i,«ibr hmi^hUMil: Peat A- muantlr Went the eorreetanem of f/teMle *<*« PrvHei*. 2r p£tioa when -'Two thraaaad dollars * year ^ about two iH'arr siid ax working boon ft day ia expended is waste advertising each what Hecaabstu of ten is return for jrear, Inclnding fill es...

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