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

HPXf/b- | • mm mm' 1 ; . VifcTrflaP - '• Map SnElf^;• r-v.H '•■'•'■ ■- i? ' i'Chr^ • —:. &v :V '•-* • v; * '■&'W 5 it, ....... . *.••■ ;«r^' • . ■'* '■'J •' jt":' - ' " ' • 5, vj^' ■ . •-.<:*& * %■[■■- ~*r. — of th« trial opened L. Frigne and |JX In jail On al- t tamperug with wit- on Tuesday arrived in fliai and mi thrown , jail on tbe same charges. The nizers while all , tare iti i xi±'LUi.AMAA. 5wm fPWWMSB trust papeie* ee* the raw atom wa only was wounded j why he was a that Deputy m&a& tue warrant because hf . aid not know uor tor waat; •1 Del Uhaien and had read a him of somebody has according id re- m* all sections, done more .n0j aaaea to say the general public than Uetectives doing else tine Plunderbund has1 ■ ■ with something and put turn in jail, but he had not" been charged with the saute high cranes and mia- demanors as had been the unionists Sleuth Harrell said he hac^ detect- ed much Socialist iitrature in the Jail and said they all eeeined to b...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 November 1912

•r -' fC- 'V*Tr:frr-' , " ^ . .\S '. -^|| 1-^irfft'Y-r "** W'M EpS \% i&a R- •: ' mm IWlilli [MENT.J siSS# iti] . (Ipi Rm$| .. ' V ■ <fjg ,,- y^m : • > c1- ' • — the Bf RED&fN ANDREWS. Social!,t Candidate for Governor of TeX Tm$m 3 5 fell lm t'Xm ■* I III M&'V.'I* ipp *BLiiO)~PA&TlBANB. ■MW1SK* * f&m*****— .•••..■'i- '.' " 'v' The _ we Sodiliitt u - the poor victima of Socialism* universal humanity to eialilin wiH be faithf " I am sorry for Taft- centuries of hereditary influences, in-thimn aminit Wrong and rigid tariroiiments and Jgg 0£^ich fake teachings concerning socuU of whjch hJ§ & and economic relations, men find rt discredit hi. ^u£ £ it di.ficuit to bui^ iQr *SS2=i and gain their freedom. Backed,411(1 011 ae#as* llany mam in this countryoall themselves democrats and they do not know what democracy is. nxey do aat know andean not tell wlut tkey Niete. In th. .~t«m—_ !Tg!g:'"'«g' - «tet U known ee the double BOCIimUAilD God and the women have nev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 November 1912

wported 22,545 T. A. HIOXXT, Idttor Md 0«Mr (xmmMIM II T« M ||| Iftte U« Mt of M% «k I. H7V 50c per yr; clubs of 4 (40 waeks) 25c — HALLETTBV OVEMRER n - DBLASKY, df MBMHI lenville. Erath county, i i lying on the bed resting from - ~aa arduous trip, surrounded by h«lf dozen stalwarts such as Bill Silk and Clarence N it, when the j -i -r . laome achol- anteredand ckeyTV what can 1 door opened and a[ arly looking gentlei said, "Can I see Mi "That'a my nam* do foryoot" 1 repl Quick aa a flaa\ stronger stretched oi '8ure I am a It 1 noticed that t} ■witched , in frw the langui J 2U. le affable s hand and | ;ade, tool'* w gentleman 1 instant of a A LETTER AND AH ANSWER. * . 1 The Rebel i« in receipt of the following fifom a man who likely , does not want his name mention- ed : ' * ! T. A. Hickey Esq. Dear Sir:— I write you to know if in your lection. 4 i -Si:" polished English seLutotf to the roagh brogue of a Munater Irish- man and I said, "Well, old man, 1 know what you mean by Renegad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 November 1912

SyS -MnSw ■t : Jfe W-: §• ' •„' ;->?r >.♦ «1 J GUILTY. W w- -4t%'--* j: J 1 if l I "*■ I *% ♦> • To Judge Hunter: Had no Ulk'ed THE LAKE CHARLES TRIAL. A feeling of joy and thankagiv- ing pervaded the hearts of The ftebel force and those of ita readers who saw the telegram in the later editions of No. 70, when we receiv- ed the following brief menage last Saturdayevening; Lake Charles, La., Nov. 2. Verdiet not guilty as to Emer- son and sight associates jury bejing •ut one hour. All other charges dismissed ex- cept John Helton, Edwards, Do- rer,, Filingo. We must free all. Covington Hall. Wjhat makes the pleasure of The Kebel and,its Texas and Louisiana Rebels so much greater is that they have had no little to do with the complete vindication of our lxiuisiana comrades in the cause sad brothers in toil. It was our moral and financial backing, freely and fearlessly given, "that largely forced the Louisiana courts to give the accused at least a partially iair trial, for a par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 November 1912

'um ... ON SOCIALISM. ot opinion >mnnt the worker# who come in autual oontact, with these conditions ii thit the coming ol movement is a Socialistic state will remedy these gWiwt^g strength every day and comnuona. . « that the people of the United "We as Christians must face States taust prepare to face the theae facta. If Christ were living movement with intelligence waa the today among' men aa lie did once, warning uttered by Father M. W. would lie not take an interest in W. Roas of St. Alban's church, in theSe matters! his sermon at the afternoon services " if we read the gospels we know yesterday, sAys the Superior (Wis.) that he would. Telegjram of Oct. 2\. "The charge is madej>y Social- -"The man who ignores Social- ists that organized Christianity is ism today is either misinformed, is against them because it is largely not informed at all. or is a coward supported by the rich, those who who does not dare to deal with the CMe u*> wealth at the expense of issues of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 November 1912

mm rnMm .1 i IMfllli illfi :it • '-V .;• «.:• 1 •. ■ ■ ill MHH %0Cf.\ :mma- ■mmMi 'AV^TW^T-" Wfft'i-, /tWWC*. ABl '«W0f. District Attorney the trial of Emswoft ,... >' "impartial jw- iee" is all I seek, aak, demand ,or The Bebel lowing hitter, olthefol of the writ- i^Sl naHi fMm •&<>% j m$s®> &L-X „. I1 I ' 1 1 'l. , '| I ' h '''I M ffi V;V - >■' ^'^'IfiliiS^Kll^^ m ii frffcSli ' :& M m* Wr& m POSK& temating land* that the tereated in. shall certi# LaRr matter: '' *y .fpttm#:. Justke. Then, oh affidavits srworn to Deputy Sheriff Del Charlan, it is said, Organisers E. F. Doree, Clar- ence Bdwards, and C. L. Filigno Were thrown into jail on alleged charges of '' attempting to inttmf- date and bribe witnesses; htis when wc hardly had money enough to to Mr. T. A. Hickey, Hallettsrille, v '•' Texas. DearBir; I see that von are run- ning articles on the land ques- tion, and i am taking the privilege of a*md ng you an article clipped from the Dallas News,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 November 1912

I I clubs of 4 (40 weeks) RALLKTT8VILLK EMBER m ■ tlttvw V I tl V r lib ' tl -'■ 1 I J The heart of every Socialist ia ition is throbbing with de- lt today when he contemplates | ear great nation wide vote. Over 1,000,000 stalwart Socialiata stood [up in the "« tion day storm and Not only did we lion mark, but we th a genuine Social- sevelt with his "So- iks carried every re- country with him "md-too So- with TeetL-a-jar and so we stand a , and already wo are matuhallin " r forces for the next the bull l - 38,000, Votes in Texas } In Texas we made a tremendous gain that looks as if it will bo at least throe hundred per cent over last presidential election and more th n doubl th%mU in 1910. ----- It is not at all will Mi 'imk m THE DE AT ivelt in when all the returns wUl lead Trill and number of votes. , Below will bo found the reports from 29 counties. The Rebel has secured these figures direct from our owq correspondents. The soft pedal has been put on the muszled dailies and, did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 November 1912

,*^r:nxv v ■ ■ • |; jjfe.:. I:' a~ h'.j timber trust come back. '■ (Continued from page 1.) trican labor, they are only con- cerned with how much dividends they ean sweat out of their slaves that live '"in that blawsted coun- try, don't yer know." As the fight waxed stronger the Socialist local in Merryville •end the Rebel the following com- munication : "IP BSC the renters union, thousand, of other i mm #11 -4??' " Hi pMjp. ,■ * «*■' Why all Socialists along, why all ,T, become members, why all ana should write at once; plication for charter and the other renters and orgauize, is this: It does not make any difference what your politics are you have cer- tain things in commtfn as renters, that is you must have food, cloth- ing and shelter and also you are a land dwelling animal and aj therefore compelled to live on the 1 suppose every one wh) afsi I'ours tor victory in i :r rivhi far rights. J. C. Loden.v • Sec. Local Merry vile Socialist Par- ty of the State of Louisiana. ' Now Reb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 November 1912

wondered mmmmmmmss, i:^...f..V-^r4T jggB8S%HB| •:^U '■'•A'< C££Z£D sum- -,\o &s«T •!«' . 3 il *<d > it: acta IWiWw, J> kWH liqu if 4 gwwiwart.eta. i***™'or }«•!*. 'Ir> Will,« mriwrt'i t ■ iwtilt flH - . • • ' ■ :,, ■:: ■ : ■? ™. i#a;.|P' r~~ * i '■■ fe illlr *f ^ " ry debit to pull . . ' ' j:W know w fear. :, ._#■• •WM . ^(SWiBte 1 .. *•-• . ' .JK$V • .r- '/> ^ '; K county, Texas, r-surgeon, the who belongs to i. He felt the inantlii g hie the latest wondered .... . next yon would say; __ sewed of the Xiemon and he said here youcame stralghTfrom aloud: "Surely my church has Leaday— s, been handed a leraon", And then ,win' de cusedness of dat he gently proceeded to squeeze the uifcsed bunch, lemon thusly: brains lie chiefly in der "Socialism is an economic poli- paunch. remarkable San Antonio i a good idea of our growth is splendidly correct when it_ out that we fight "strongly and consistently." The Light says: Th* Socialists are Growing. Qne ol the most remark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 November 1912

WMImM p;,-' |gg|| :: . . :.;: • |i • | ^sSi '-'-•Lm; mmM ill.i iggg fl rm^i WiM # 1 mm TSllUgNtX&WlON CON- £WWtk*t W**, & fit folf ia kept in a very *flfc#v. ■J&v* Iwpi StfiEStMSa^ki. $? Bi - •■■• i ; - SM&.W ' fe ■ SATO iiiiflBl9qgfj'vAg ,f?FrSS ■■m.-tm m ,,-^vw acre* of Tax- ij La is cultivated and with r.i ■' v- > ■ |l|.. m [ 1 ixK/,kHM>,000 acres uncultivated wf siM i.ijji "tirt:"rt*uo of teuantry is continually increasing, Land Contmiasioner Robinson, * " V' • * As'/" ... ., . ♦i • Aioe little the minority ticket on the n4fan|j elec„v good old 'donk tended that no the democratic aggregation—had nominated their ticket legally, and •o each party must get up a Dela- tion of fifty names from each county or it could not get its na- tional ticket on the atate ballot no use to '•£& *0%£~ a7 JTJ£ OFFICE NOTES. tlje comrades over Texas: Call a By W, 8. Noble. county mass meeting at your ear. Hats off oomrades. You have lie8t convenience and lay plans for P'ti u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 November 1912

■if >'■ t 4 great ?* i TTF SSSS^ , Bdtlor and Owner : >y t H#H<- -< iM •* af H>r 'ST 50c per jrr; olnbt of 4 (40 weaka) 26c fii im:- iJ'r f haulsttsvulk, umasywur. NOVEMBER 23,m . NO. i" are more So- today than in in the Union and * il fulik 1 reaauu ivr we uu«k dba. a « t to which I will on of our readers e have increased more idred per cent over qf 1908 with 59 be heard from, vote for Debs in 1908 in the World Alma- 0. The official vote 59 counties missing THE ELECTION OF WOOD- ENHEAD WILSON. V \ ?■ Governed Hall Stand Up and Answer! DISFRANCHISED. TEXAS ELECTION RETURNS. M" Governor HaH. For the firat time in 20 ye^rs a president will enter the White House on the fourth of next M*r<th who was elected on the Democratic ticket. As might be expected he a bourbon of the bourbons arid hates Jhe working class with all the vicious venom that has ev- SIR ?- er characterized a pedagogic par- venu. For twenty yean _he i of ^ 8ute 6f which you are chief executive. It is th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 November 1912

"■ '•• •=• A WSmmr mmmrt Zt^Z-ll,, ffii.ft! • .'• ' <T ■ ■■■ n j w 6 .i • ' - " «fe §K «pygi&*j H^IL . mflps SPi H Jm??* Kg : -' N., fj|''.. R5WS3 sw?* r~ fef- sm' Ml; ||| 1 Bp M Sas-tf.: k\-h t "* mm mim frr P 1 ;f: ft i$p iii 1 y\ l.{' fvf"- ■? , - . RENTERS UNION. The Para and JUnch •emi-of Ce- re yean ago the Milwau- U1 organ of the Southern Land- aomrades decided tocapture lords hasa fairly good write up mm city for Socialism and of the convention of the Renter# *>• ---■^hrrr :rr: Union in its last issue. It says: • • • ."With an attendance of 112 j . „ accredited delegates, representing Ifc^ned thousa^ jchemes 28 counties in Texas, the Land ^j^ MnCn^nti. th611" Renters'Union of AmerinrbchHta STif 860011(1 convention in Waco, TeM* 5* A n/A « the country November 8,1912. The attendance !^Pif^hillTv ?^re Z ™*ht hav« *4 larger, but for a qft ome and powerSmd withal the S^® m the ar,nouncement of vtTUi wis WW ±- s^spsraL llsM 569K mF P^v PAMU AND RANCH AND T*B QVltTHE MUZ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 November 1912

~V~: fx m. ■wsfWim r-1^ . ;■?.«■.•' V r" WiH M*RS CORRESPONDENCE. £ :- v' 4MM*M POTIPHAR'S WIPE. |v £. JL Qr**% State Sec. Rockdale. Return* reaching this office from various section* of {he State indicate an increase in oar vote of „t ®«* For koyn in jnil Lnke Chi that Of two years ago. • g m Mora Help for Timber Workers. Mineoia, Tex., The Rebel, Hallettsville, Texas. Dear Rebel: Please find en- closed for 7 seven sub cards$l,75 ~ * " 3.25 m TEXANS, ARISE I This is the time of year Com- rades to perfect and strengthen ouir organization. Ton have pro- duced and delivered to the masters the 1912 crop and will perhaps have a few months of more or less idle time. Let every one of yon who can YwluSt^er as an organiser in his particular neighborhood, agitate and educate, arouse your class brothers; in united effort lies the salvation o fthe working class Write this office for instruction#, and blanks. Say you want to .do something for the cause, we will help yOu.'in every way possible L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 November 1912

K1IH i* is-'': Wa&M, .kv- KIWi- g $jy > ' MSkt- ■: : 1|P . K r pi iff I fjpa Vii ■ft ,1sr !&* -•«*'' SOCIALISTS. Tex., Aug, 29,1912. lift, Texas. i t w*nt to an* nouno* that in the town of Tolar Count* oC Hood, State of Texas, tfco iivfci « specimen of the gen- ua Homo hy the name of Jackson who «** in the amen corner on «ys the preacher to , i and damnation for the i',portion of mankind, who ha* made it known to a comrade, Cosgreve by name, k farmer and fruit tree agent by occupation, that he (Jackson) doee not want a Socialist to come under his roof. Shades o^^adee! Cosgrove is a member in"fcood standing in the same church with Jackson, both sit in ike same church £ on the same Sunday and worship the same God or pretend to rather. Talk about Socialism being infi- delie, what in the name of common sense would tell you call Jackson's conduct, angelic? If so give me 2Miu. > =wKmu® t < wmsm* ■■ i ran* fuuuuu sent me a per .jua. letter xroui Hanover, Uer- f-—j, iaki .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 November 1912

• . >'i # T. A. HIOKXY, Editor md Owmt tin Juij I. 1*1. St BftDtttortlk. T«L MI «f Hank a. I 7« 50c per jt ; clubs of 4 (40 Wicks) 15c appear HALLETT8VILLE ItDYA NOVEMBER - Indicted\ Tn_irwTTBJlrc labor leaders stood in the dock on trial for their Uvs> and onoe again baa % jury of their peers declared cent Last month it was and lis brothers, organizers of Timber Workers of the South; week H is Ettor and his brothers, organisers of the men, women and children who work the raw cotton of the South into the finished pro- duet in tbe textile mills of the north. On each occasion the labor leaders flame (trough the fire of eaftitaliat persecution unscathed. Bttor, Giovanetti and Caruso are the modern Shadrach, Mesach and Abednegoe' and even as in the chronicles of Daniel: "The princes, governors, sad the king's counselors, be- iag gathered around, saw these •sen, upon whose bodies the fire had no power, nor was a hair of their head singed, nei- ther were their coats changed nor the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 November 1912

' > V mm Wm. QUESTION IN 0K> - LAHOMA. K «Wf 1 I ,_r_. lire Socialist editor al- g?r. brother Socialist •j for-them there can be no itiott. Believing this, I it in publishing the follow - 9m my esteemed contempor- ary, irho rims the New Century in Sulphur, Oklahoma. It ia thei .—. B— .— dearest and most concise state- make Socialists but it weakens the aient of the situation from'the "D*"4 of the enemy. Give the Reb- renter's standpoint that it fas been J the Rebel'« good fortune to read ui many moons. The subscription trtrtft tfir tllA iatnk tt-U'J r",-~ ~«s«r MMU iWJMCI, me suggest Jthat you try a sample subscription and remern-" pric Let m m PTOM Oh Kcbst | am sore as a boil about the circulation. You will notice we drop this week. It «. not the money part that bothers me because no storm can bjow with finance in its toil that can kill the Rebel. Its as an agitator that I kick. I know every copy of the Rebel that goes out noft only helps WDBitcr. every H | tv*- It was a cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 November 1912

mm mm ■ : i 111 •' y mmm m MM TUBS 8. fmm wm id-. '••sa ■ ■ • from pa«ce t). _ and who have that thai would i the penitentiary and l isd destroy the Appeal, i if hot a oontinuatiou F.^;Z|P by the ! the Appeal to Rea- if the erimes of especially the venal 1 on the bench by oor- ices, the corrnrt the sinkholes of fflfh u M«rd * ■ crimes committed be- of the federal pris- on at Leavenworth were known it wonld shook and horrify and eter- nally disgrace the nfctton. . "For having drawn aside the curtain for but a brief hour the Appeal has been marked by the official mercernaries who have rioted in the prooeeds of these crimes against the nation's unfor- tunates and they have sworn that the Appeal must be wiped oat of exktmm. - i these blood-hounds of VIEWS Of TBI —.— By Notgnivoc, the Barbarian. 1 am new, great Negus, in the .aw-how-western.part of the imag- inary State of Louisiana, in the al- town of Merryville, where working* men, called 1' lum- I* rjacks ", -have had the impudence to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 November 1912

«■ « flU 'm Bip' ■' Wmik '-"; m&ter T*s * ' yyga&fc ."c ISi m If i... ■Ill f«**r fn§& J'J?- $ 4;:' il' i'1- IV-'1 H& E? I Ik "■ '^:'Aiv'^v' 'v'^;v" ' : * "• - 's. ' In the olden time in Franc©, before the great Revolution of 1789 laid the foundation for the detraction of kings and separation of church and State, when a king died the people with one voice cried out: fce Boi est Mort; viva Le Boi (The king is d<*d; long live the Uug.) ; In this twentieth ccntury of otir« we Socialists have improved .that cry. We now my: Le campaigne est mort; vive le campaigne. (The campaign ia Af>*A Una Hm ♦!« \ And so the day after electibn in past yean we gathered together the pamphlet*, leaflets and papers that might have been overlooked in the fight juat finished and told otir neighbors that we wanted them to read them because the campaign of next year waa on—Long live the campaign. Now in the nature of things we improve our methods as we grow older in experience; this conti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 December 1912

mm " 11P§ if**-.', mmm . ® v?; fcTOffisilS #11/ ' •* ' previously mm «♦ •'#■>.• .+■¥■« tubs last week ■ •■■•>>•'. . .* • • - \ 101 subscriptions thjs date, • 4t-.'-v( ■uiS I, A. HIOKSt. Iditor Md Owner zWm) fi-Wm u «•.«.t J*H 1, it'll, «i>* ,.*>!*?fie# «t fJaJtf orri««, TfX., MMt«fUuek l Wf V,, ; . . , ' « 50c per yr; elnlw of 4 (« *<**•* *&c because appear ,SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912 RALLETTSVILLS, Johnson, r tt flu Fwwo Jounger, Waco, Tex.) "Hate you seenthe glory of the Back to the land for 1). J. Neill the famous fearless fighter for ■ation^in the public buildings at Farmers Union. Back to Eastland county's sand and cockle burrsi the eapitolf Have you seen the the fairy lamps of the glow worms and away from the white lights miles and miles of flats side by side the city streets in Port Worth and Washington, D. C. and mounted on top of eadi other Heginpj hi|J wwmVig jn the Farmers Union's greatest organ, the Fort Worth Co-opeartor, thusly: t. i and is fallin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 December 1912

m P'|?SSS)fS Wftldou B«i "Oily Joe" is threatening j hisseat as United 8tates from Texas, but the oon- resignation is to not take te iball have risenat his desk and exclaimed: r ■ m. n®p$# IP It? ft \ ■H i if i r .. f. if pexciaimea: "Once mere into the breach dear friends 11 Listep to me, mark well my words) . and'l will tell unto you the proper course to pursue if you would save- this country from itself." Furth- ermore, though Joseph, not ha of tin; coat of varied colors, but oil soaked, and with meal In th« pock- ets, has very little left to hand back to the people of Texas because on Mar. 3rd, 1913^ he must whether or no vacate the seat, and yet he ties a string to the would be resignation and'Wakes of it a veri- table "can -can," for now it is in sight and now it is pulled back into utter darkness. Here is one string: Bailey owes a debt to one R, M. Johnston, alias Rebecca Ma- linda.of the Houatort Post, and this debt he purposes to pay by lending to Johnston the senatorial to...

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