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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 September 1912

Nl' ' r. im'Hm it- '•> ; . tp I - WW- TEE I8S0E. mmmm - x:M ■■ w* TgtAMLAXB fMAVM. IpgE If; (I to many_ The Babel haa d^Hded to attain publish installments from Gusts vni Meyers' "History of the Su- preme Court," regarding Texas L&Od Frauds. They show better than any philosophy how the orig- inal deeds to the fertile lands of the state ware secured. $gfr< "On December 9, 1836, the Tex- as Congress granted to Menard one league and one labor of land on the island of Galvefiton for 150,000>the fund* being part of his plunder fr«m "his lflnd operations, of said certaifieatsa were issued to young men under seventeen years of age' (at the time the settlement was alleged to have been made.)§ "Some of the 4484,806 acres went to actual colonists, but by fir the greatest portion remained in the ownership of the four promot- ing corporations.§§ Thus, under the Castro contract, 879,920 acnes were given to alleged colonist^ and 1,088,000 acres to the company. "Official documents gav...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 September 1912

>,■/. y- A:'-: > I. ' . 'V mm§ mm, ■*%* ' mm m. mm /: jM aj&r £■>& w- 11V . ••vt the fighting 9* mmmmj* -• WW Charles Priaon of Lumber Tract. it an interesting account experience: Lake Charles, La., Sept 18,12 Special to The itebel, HailetUville, Texas. Dear Comrades: 1 came here last night from iny campaign in the second Texas District to «ee the L't--.' piMWf now t*^a* 9° Pot* ifo. all <w~a vwrntny lives of those in the this place. 2 first obtained permission from the guard to enter the priaon and interview the timber workers. Af- ter peru^it^ted ta suiter, 1 found A. L. Emerson engaged and while waiting for an opportunity to converse with him I was invited by John Hilton and many of the other boys (there were 59 of. them) to address local No. 1, Lake Char lee Jail, Calcasieu Pariah, "B. and B." (Bull and Beans). Feeling a hesi- tancy to proceed I inquired wheth- er there was any objection to ad- dressing the boys whereupon I was informed that pnblic speakers w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 October 1912

MM'5 <i,u ' i, i*u T«l, v-'.. ( BOq p«r yr; clubs of 4 (*> weeks) 26o ' tlii'i neriutfi only 5,19i2...;:.22,3f r tmitritnn HAXmmiTTNd ON MM WALL. ■Mftt, 4 :i The sensation caused by the Re- 1*8 expose of Archbishop Bou- rn's (the papal delegate) at- apt to unite church and state, antinues to spread, as the folio w- eorrespondence showa. It will noted that the Guardians of dberty is a Eg * powerful anti- atholic societ ectntly organiz- \t D, C., with le class Araeri- Melson A. Miles, ral Geo. C. Dtw- Jbe head. % IP iich noted as Genei Bates, A Y, and other mIA* r /■ Iree Love. The white wife of Jack Johnson the Champion Negro pugilist ■ JMei ' ■KF« State Linlco ComraV • hej£ tde Coleman. liss., Oct. 1, 1912. lickey: . _ wo weeks ago and found copies oi The Rebel of Aug T4th, and cut out and sent to va- rious places the letter of Carey and ionzano I enclose letter received | from the American Citizen, the or- fgan of the Guardians of ; Liberty. Now you saw the importance of th t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 October 1912

r;-!- M m. M mm BPSE'SS , ' . '■ nKi §?S5 "-. ;-v<i ^■'%',- ; / ; V:«* Ipi £PH&&i Sfflfl s Tm(. ,dP'. " V *% &£&?/. >N.i Workers. B&lfraK aPsK TRICK EXPOSED. Bum Detective Agoncgr« in the fay of the T ,ii.no* MrUying to roafl the oy twkr workers now in It Lake Uhsrles, La., to the gal- or to toe loree* regaroieaa of wnoceaoe «r their guilt it tiu* ia true is shown by an r mn^uous tridc now oewgempioyea jiutt prior u> tn« trial oi uie men, Ui4 oy mere accident Tlie Jttobel ban gotten hold of. l'laa tnolt eouustb simply of sending oat from Chicago (the let- ter! are postaurked there) to citi- zen! of ualoaaieu parutn wiio are maJuJy non-tiecialuits ami there torft likely to nerve on th« jury in the. trials of the imprisoned men, uju^gned circular letters like the louring: /, . An Appeal to American Manhood. ft to mean to nave these men, and if we fail—well, our membership - is 1&0,IXX). We shall go after their sojflps, destroy profits, destroy waguA, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 October 1912

Ms ^iSfaSSraSfifffi' 'Ife «$ | V 1 - M % fcwafl w IP Kk^': .^W in ■■Jiffcot rob Texas of public do- strong VM He ignored and the re- tfJla fll MS. ™da ever ^ l eooihy r ... • of whisk. _ "MVHMl miUioM-of to again main. , . m Ctost* asked to fr •* ***_ Sq- both tte regarding Texas quest. ■how better Quo of the suits begun in Wat- how the orig- rona* court waa an action to hsve lands of the fraudulent certificates validated. The case went up to the Supreme Court of the United States which - -• - -7- ui iouv uecunetr w vbuusw cuenp PartUnftar : Ac- saying that "immense numbers of „ tivities. \ , these certificates wore put in mr- The circumstances leading up to culation, either forged or frauda- Senator Houston's revelations lently obtained, which, if confiraa- were as follows: ed by surveys or patents would The local attorney for the Per- goon have absorbed all of the va- er's cloni*ation company had been cant land ofs the Republic. 11 Th:s John C. Watrous. He waa, it decision caused ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 October 1912

mm Sli . m -wmM mm RetJ^ti ; IIP "■^pi BflS *r.o ■ iftfetv PsP^teJ r-S&J*?.- WW7T t pVWBHPW;? f ••; W5 *•!>■ ,> j#, jli ' . I 'kit a, 1' r HMp! 4.'«S '•- , • . . Angelina County it Timber Workert. Help HI Huntington, Tex., ept. 28,1912. Rn)i«1 TT olliiHmriila T« . **■*■- TO -> -r -r-^-r^—^r««r - mmmrmrf - -**■+< mm"** I send you $16.75 for the Timber Worker* in Lake Charles jail. This we send in as a protest agaipst the attempt of the Lumber "Trust to hang ottr brothers in order to break up the Timber Workers Un- ion. I send the names and amobnt. J. W. Brown, Sec. HolUday in Taylor County. To the Voters of Taylor County: T. B. Holliday will campaign Taylor county for twenty days pre- ceding the election fo? represent* 481'"': tive of Taylor county, the Democratic fev"Y & mm m Is it1 r>. lr Mr. Wags- nominee has invited to meet him in joint eussion. It is likely that Mi;. Wagstaff will accept and thus make the campaign intensely inter- esting. Dates will be mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 October 1912

m m ptbp, of Indiana. 1 UMMUTilU, per yr; club* of 4(40 OCTOBER 12, 1912 TEXAS, Total sabs for week ending October 12,1912. . .22,215, THE WAT THE WIWD BLOWS STRAW fOTMS. AROUSE. in am ***V ->!> Immense crowds ■ *|f"~-£SaC** ■ jjgjj| %E CR0WD8 GREET ERNOR'S CANDIDATE. *- continue to greex our gvucrnaivrtvi vemdidaies onVoir swing around thp Pan- bandit. I#Shamrock the cand'g**s~kft& two meetings, aftemoor ing. Each meeting was an immense throng. T ^ ihcse meetings was lo the untiring efforts Straw art —ally rather unreliable but when th« New York T- I irvuriiM, d even- nded by uccess of y due to Comrade , bectie, the lessful. due Hise. At Wheeler and meetings were very > ij in the main to the. / «j idid efforts of Comrades Yarbj gh and Tay . lApscomb was ~ next stop —where Dr. Sewland had the whole countryside out to listen to our candidates. In Amarillo Hickcy addressed an immffl.'ic street meeting and Reddin Andrews spoke to a crowd- ed house iti) the Courthouse at ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 October 1912

! / A ■ •' SK'i?"' ||?« M® fflffiSfe'dsSw 0W JfA*- Pw. '•-' Ipl Wi . '■■• -"i. tit® ?s3b. A«& =v a _ fcaL. Monday morning A. UBmerson, Bd. Leh Hofflngsworth an* Louis I -*s«g aa,1! ev- s ii«t of jurors in his practically directs jirjr, No Socialists need apply. • • • With opening of 4 ening's sesmon of the fan a long light by the defense __ tfr prevent the proeecutieji forc- fa dido boj* Die-j ing on the jury, without peremp- trict Atto*a«r Moore and hit able, tory challenge, L. R. Bakes* <faw- assistant'Oangresman A- P. Pujo, mill owner, of Jennings, La who persecuting attorny. for J he testified he had belonged to thu Southern Lumber Operators As- association. Mr Ifckeris a fine i^ciaiion, had picked out to put looking man, about 6 feet tall, across,,were brought into oourt with reddish brown hair, hazel and arraigned to stand trial for eyes, and clean cut, high nose. •JI rjt <?4TH0LICl Zwmm y*mm 0VR REBS. faith and morale I place absolute ence in creation ioners pxeept ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 October 1912

.. twmw , arrive State Sec. By B. AiiQ 2S/"::/' mm. It wiUbeseen hy the dates giv- 7:10 p. at., change next day (11th) *o |pieo By. 10® a. m. arrive Blanket U 59, Comanche 12:01, Hame 12:2}, Dublin 1.20, Stephen- ville-2. p. m,,,speak 11 th. en below that the, route lor the Lv, Stephenville Saturday Oct governor'a speeial is now eomplet- 12 10:30 a. m. 8. N. ft 8. TiRy., ed up to election day. Only one arrive Alexander 11:03, day is open, L e„ November 4, 11:35, Hamilton 12:25, Ireland which will b« disposed so that 1'34, Gatesville 2:25 p. m., apeak the candidates can go home and 12th. T2-V to. DMk Sunday Oct W, ? Wl)l!',Ag Cotton Belt Ry'. 7 a. m., arrived Me- h.Mnorttd.rfate will be fi«ds „ 8;14 ch SuU y, ''•WkMM#**!* on mIt Ry. 12:10 arrive Temole 1 o. m. Thrtoxtr; needless to saya a gpeak 13th l^trAni) An* ^An AVnn/l. H end oar fondest cxpec- tjHSbhi'/ inany more dates could Lv. Temple Monday Oct 14,1:25 hate beeh secured bnt it was all P- m., Santa Pe, arrive Cameron We could ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 October 1912

iW'« sff-a pfev l3kJ6 'Mfev V ••• «vV SiSi wM&Mk mm m P 'fc-f- " ,)r *>■■ ■ '; \--qM % Si>■■v ■ fSfJRs NOTE AND COMMENT. By itEDDIN ANDREWS^ t- . '/ * ■ *L> . , ' ' i '■ ■■ . Socialist Candidate for Governor of l ex. abandon cialism mr:, -v;'- I* /' are a few steps in advance of the progressive Democrat®. The only purpose that both, of them have i> to prevent tbe big exploiters from robbing the little exploiters too fj.of on/1 tnn much. Thev offer readers from the fine humor con tained in that declaration, I stop right, here and say no more! - / • • • Church Influence Waning. A Progressive Democrat. 1 flatter myself that I have some sense of both the humorous and the ludicrnous. Some dull things pos- sess a deal of humor. So, one of the funniest, most amusing, moft'hnm:^SSS^SmS^BaHk"« orously droll and drolly humorous h(!arts f worte„ , things that I have- seen for some o( ho Por ^ timo is in th. form of.peech and aa tbere j, £ ko outljde 5,e" 'r°TtlM S* o'J ^Aito„ I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 October 1912

HSHstwviH. wseks) 26c clubs of 4 BALLETT8V OCTOBER * FWMWj « tmiarioMr whose head is a* soft aiaou, and lie has fa* issued in 1 monopoly in TSxas. He believe* it the matter, and proposes a *sm- has the splendid a quality about o eat his cake and have it at the same ie Rebel would read earefbUy the fol- f for the cril set forth therein, which . i at last has aland . his name is J. I report, whic deals should be edj ih tike close of Ma „ it, the* will enable the landlo: I wish every wader o' chapter; and the ren we fini in the last pangrsj)f| (HW Ml Pout Special.) , _ AacUs, Texas, October «.-<£ previously ^ T lifckm 's annual report d<> with what be tsms "The Land Monopoly . Ha Mali that action should taken *itK'K(f ti to it. The chapter of hia report concerning the aame fonvws: , ' , - , * peehaps to bo other State of the American union can that* 6a towi aucb individual ownership o£ large bodice of toad as eriata in W®*"* ■his nana from a few thousand acres to a million. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 October 1912

mm §mrim R 1- : \ ■ , ' *: >: ... -Ti*. • -* mi:- Buras Detective ingto c'H 5 - i 'imbennen. . jibtioluf.) ' ■ Cklrtv, Li, Oct. 17, vm HalUttsvilU, Turn. fctf witness in the Qrabovp wot placed a% the stand to- faf;back I'Br. W. L. Fisher, coroner, list of some ort in hi* ot the prosecution with a d all dur- ified at to inquest, saying De- >g the trial and booked up some- catur Hall, unionist, too* shot1 in thitig thereon every time a new set the back ,ofjurors entered the box, whwper- B. F, Harvard, one of state's M mysteriously to the State, also Star witnesses was asked by the proclaimed jus innocent and Jus district attorney to tell what Witt Chiefs sauitship. Everybody Estes or anybody slw said to him laughed and theadreary drag went Befense objected but the court w- ;on;T . „ _ --a errvled whervupon Ik* defense' up WoV. m wwyr filed biU of exceptionf. Witness ,an2$er m Harvard retailed conversation ev-' «L«ntP<l "11 'Z-hZ fanner, «**" B.-Wlitfield, furniture urfZi%tL t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 October 1912

I.' II V PARADX8 and dynamite. SpsMfelKV ■ '.!■■ 10) ■ -.V j la the Honfetofr&tsnicle of Sun- day, Oct 18, I read the following TBS BAROMETER 'W"ted ft" •. Lawrence, Uaaa, Ocl 12,-tfhir- *lt" this number ty thousand American flag* were will have a mort detail- carried through three miles of mud- each week of sub- ^y streets by 20,000 men, women „ and. lost. It will and children in a unique demon- alsd q«iio heavy, due to the expi- stration against the Industrial ration of a large number" of "leu- Workers of the World. ture subs." Help boost the fig- Representatives of the city gov- u res to 50,000. ernment, veterans of the eivil war and Spahish-Amrican war and By W. 8. Noble. £ am coninualiy passing up and down through beautiful sun-kias- ed valleys, where all nature se to have combined in its efforts to produce all that is necessary to man's happiness. Amidst the rocks scorched by the heat, where the stunted M tation struggles for an existence, the renters and small home own- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 October 1912

Wm ff JT03 " W Cim. mlKMsmn A yMmm POLITICAL OaedTie. Wmm* the #ve-wire it It also are political deny the right .1 u. "•* t J tonal ^SraEMN* 'S In his ate tigate the cor the Sea- to inves campaign way hell to scud m ; ■ tejji? 7^ V^^fc*Upi.'! J0R £*$88& • the rto tin [/: ;■?? ©&' ofk, Mr." J. P. ltopa jLto* that his firm fare to the Republic- , . .ft mm, mk eye. «" w «f w. 000 ao4 *30,000 ht 1906. He said maintained by corrupt, anarchis-^* ^^tribntod to the on- tic rotbtrt tad their sycophants to hoth partis* when their interests. Stfflanch robtoaij*1® £•"*" 1*? f0^ < all themselves law-abiding dt^ ^ f? Ifo. Mor- ze . Ther are eaUouT Their £"!ifl,u£ thft^L^d ***" ^ brains ars eaked. Their hearts are ,!T*^ ^ m.. ,*hat. wu «°°d stone Their spirit is tl* spirit of *■* tt **> evil. The laborer* ought to com- #akw! ^ Senator, "that we often Mne and rise fn their might and th,nk what w« WMlt to beat for the indignation against such plots and !?!intry J" **r- Morgan replied, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 October 1912

■ ' •' LB TICN 0H01. YOUR T. A. HIOKEY, J ly I >« at ik« pHMtflM i| Kdhtti'UK T" Iks Ml rfHHH * JWf Woper yr; dubs of 4 (40 weeks) 85c No. oCTOBM 26, 1912 TT8VILLS J and I think I can fit yon list do not think hard of 'tifrt' I am just M good * friend in the community I could you «nd your people up with aH up. Now Mr. Leaeh if you II the man me for writing you plainly and to you pi over, but on aocount o not rent to my brother if he wee C. 4 RWes. I to let all the ■of e «*®ii ordl Hotioe where to y* "I l lUk after January Uk"i M)l of ibia ignoramus. Surely ho other stftW than Texas. In with the poor fool W and get are, men who 10 much Mm peace and *d*r into tho pn iwen made and ia « very of so is the poor wood Hnff of tho No. prepared th« , and requeatod that the diff that he had truth I now that And of lambasting mulea for this wood ilwufet he could I . ( VI „ _ I with alittle authority-the ftUow's name waa Mr. J. Tom Padgitt, Dear Sir: — We the unde: white people day, and adjoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 October 1912

'v'Y . in? Slavery of w; "i1 '■ n'niiir ' ; -' -; .- ;. ^;L fg$, fcv'ifo'- ."• KsSw |x - f$ SWi^Spl Jfewmlra* given to all oppoaers, £tad ^ often took ad ate Of the invitation which resulted in open discussions of debates,- ; fay local neii on both stdes. After aome 12 or 15 discussions of thia kind, they began to real- ;-w that they were playing at a losing game. On another occasion jme our. local boy* and the great .Shakespeare Smith,new ape wing in lha Qoleman 4(^ nnty Herald, was to debate the subject of Social- am. .On« of the largest erowda ever seen at thia plice waa to hear the good and bad of Soctalfom. The great knpwingthat he had no argument to make, tried to there Shakespeare, "claim" all the « failed Jhtf 'm hacked out, got httmt lad talked out, boibe Jammed with disappointed people. r v When theae discussions first began onr memberahip was small hut with the weak' arguments of the donka our memberahip soon grew from 12 to 42 members. They now began to realize a fair op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 October 1912

fjjfy it . iMl '1*^ ■ i-f§^i,iil:(rtt|,^ii PEwKSBs \ 1 I * '\ &mam M feto The Rebel) ■ft -J St John" Charles, La., Oct. 22. issued for urganwer Do;ree on al- ^ g^iff James L. Batea of Robert T. Green, i lewd ,d.W ot tampering wtth who „ „ mm. ttot.fc, the ■I following extremely in log correspondence h&a passed be* Robbins, the Rebel Raw .Tested an<£3t J. hands It to tfbio*de& Judge Hnnt^r balled the Defeftie «*«iy time. When Aim up «o that Turner's "testi- gunman Haverd finished his testi- moriy" turned out nothing for imony on the 17th, Constable W. the Statfe. George Henry A. Martin of DeRidder waa eal- man was then recalled' by i>___ an*l Kirby, president of Lumber Company own- Austin Statesman, ex-re- t of the State University, pal of Bailey, chairman of.the South- western [.uittb«M)perators Associa- candidate |Bous- 5«ypyss?i sy,sa sf5 «« , whd testified "tbfi?t M."K*ell. ri rat snot iiatt not come irw orsffi on she democratic ticket and a of th* testimony of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 October 1912

m If I'v® Socialist Candidate for o«rmuof "or wmmm W ■) > #". 4 m : 1 : * m. L ft! fr fr':: f ! ' W i' rn'T fl; I ti,l ■ |i % $ Ki i Pkk r« we claim to There is JtonWi^ party i« conaer ity that he is giving to Wlion'san- vatire and the Remocratic party in ti-labor record*. The Socialist, long reactionary. Bat they both claim since, delved into the archives and tobc progressive! The first thing brought nut the ?ho ts havH et m%'. doubtless vexed the old, reactionary leader of the Democratic hosts in thii year of our Lord, 1912. |ike it. In the > • • MM* t? offi.cw P* The word-jugglers seems to be tak 4^^r%in the editorial ing all the real significance ouj; of ; tut; u#bUuU • vuvu+f Mi Will nob (Hit I itfcf 1 II vur insane political A uriu, so many good ing to waste, l he bo of conversation. . m homes of the subject of Seagal, the leading topic some important words. Taft, Wil son and Roosevelt are all called by their followers abd by themselves, "Progressives." If there be any •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 November 1912

m T. A. B10XXT, Editor aad Owner R m«4 u sMwaC-olaasaintt Jaly £ Wli- M S« pootoffloo at Hallottortlls, T*r.t l of Mink B, 1ST*. •ador tho Mt 50c per yr; clubs of 4 (40 weeks) SBe 1 t ■ ii i i i i mmrnrnmrngmmmmm NOVEMBER HALLETTSVILLX MM la mj last story of the Leaday trouble I entire community was iplii wida open because " his manPriday to control the polities i DolitictfMBHBHIM to aay what load ahould vote. As slways happens in vfl«k backbones wiU take atrengeit regardless of the that Tom Padgitt'a tkoBi proceeded to nde im willing to the faet that^ attempt o/c count ticket thoac who worked on Padgitt personal traalnoos. Whllo km ed * dfpotit slip of the First Na- at they ha* d«poait«d #60 to bo ittlen that « upon condition that thof tab- Urge numbers of nien v those who *re economic / stake and thus it came a it organked an Anti-SoeUM IW 5 ^ I the country and aecurc aignatu - of reas themselves by signing a sqieh cases, aides with 1 principle at s rS5 St"MM MM no« tailed to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 November 1912

'xMt'M ■mam, m msm Ssi*-'- rp mm ••• ''j' ■ 41 A W^.r r- ■ IBP m QVB8TI0N AO AM. ■ / ,a MMtMw. - BBW iiPS! flyi onJ| nd« interest all over. The longer thie discus- . the more it it appar- tkat the Rebel's portion on tend monopoly if correct 8orao teniae figures compiled in 1910 dhowe u amazing condition of af- flaira. For instance, the Houston •hrwriele in its issue of the 27th, it The qnectieft may be aaked: la BsstTexae already covered by •!; A few official figures will to that question, of Anderson I m Wt ;; il Wmtl 1' - w irt' . f- II il II m m. JB- m not p& Thi I f rimee, Hardin, Henderson, Hous gm.Jasper, Kaufman, Leon, Liber dison, Montgomery, Nacog Panola, Polk, Robertson, Sabine, Sen Augustine, Sen —J Shelby, Smith, Trinity, jrler, fjpshur, Walker and Wood eomnrise 25,500 square miles, or 16,320,000 acres of land. The of- ttcia] census of 1910 shows that of t|at arsa only 3,443,116 acres are in fcoproved forms, leaving unimprov sd farm land to the extent of 12,- 877,884...

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