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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 December 1912

:.;.f :'9<1 - b*«S ■toHIMMII a—be -Ma ' MUX , • • ' *:•- Ifigi, ^ci>icjtev7: .'15-- '' ' *"r:.:"_lLZZL_ ' irtrrjs: sermon, As the election is over and I —.—j. ieW the last saerament. Read the \, ; hiatory* ef fll-fated Portugal he -"lV*th"fcthe criM ! a Catholic anti- i Yet it k a fact that the ruling made a good fight and am /eady publiahed m I*01?** m ^ancea, Portugal and for another fight will say i itly E. 0. MaiUen Duly, are m bitterly opposed to So- aorry forthe pretenders of Chris- cialiam as they are to the Catholic tianity, who aay .they don't think it 9 illnf in 4^. _!«k* 4^ m< M/vltit/M unik ik* C< *t«\ church and aa that church is to So- right to mix politics with the S'.iip- cialism. So I'd like to know what tures. I will agree with them if editor of Truth wrote a friendly lei t<T giving Mr. Meitzen permission to state hi# aide of the case, but lo sad behold the jesuitic journal- ist later returned the comrade'a re- . * J ikni ...nn * * ^AA uljr OM IUC UT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 December 1912

MRKfcaES] & ,5- • . > ' -' ' b 3BW ' If IPS (The following article wu written for the New Century, Sulphur, Okla., by the editor of The Jftebel.) You «k me to Wli you: "What is the Texas program!" 1 can answer in then words : "Locql^self-government on Amer- ican lines." Only tbat ai.u / mor£; just local self government and all that flows therein. - ' . ouue* of North America. That is the Texas program. Let me illustrate; Va beyond recall we used to have two state committer Ir^t a regular state committee with rejpsentatives all in the nature of things this was un Wieldly, inefficient, woi * . Then we organized a state ex- ecutive committee that would have all the powers of a State commit- ^ it. ij it Mi i ... '*1-. J!J -A x T._^a i:u w uu4 M4^ uiv -uiinr wuou ui9 wuiuunw wu wv iiiwk, vubv urn* the national committee and national executive committee of our party the small body met and ruled the State, while the big body was a joke I Just as the big national committee is a howli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 December 1912

m ■ • • ♦ • * * a vy v* ...245 J«>7 1. Mil • «fct hihWiiX Jfcfltovttto. Ira.. wt« tkm^iNk a. ii7 2 2,743 50c per jr ; clubs of 4 (10 weeks) S6o H ALLS TT8V ILLS, TEXAS,SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14,1911 t Here have been many queetions of totenat discussed in thia pa par since I have bean a wader; many thoughts on homo-building, eta, but the ronton of thia section hare a problem before them I would like for pomeone wiser than I to boItol People who have been renting hare suddenly decided to sow the laad in small grain and refuse to rent again. Some of the best far- men in thia section are renters, snd moat of them are honest and honorable, but that doesn't help them to get a place. 1 have been ia three counties besides the one in which I lire, and I failed to find any place to rent. I have heard from other counties and of othen hunting places, with- out success. 1 have been told that in some places there is not more than one-twentieth of those who rent who can get land. 1 am not a knocker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 December 1912

ass? Jpfijl V.. m V mm k iJj • "C" jj' L. 1 L ;f ri i J fc :: II > I • i 'x i m gpi ; fe;'; I] . ; fefil 111 wmA PS v; :. ' ' v: ' \ 4 ■■ inn '. ■-.trnmimmmmm ;: v:iv OF WOMLD." :$m ■'•<• -''v Sit&£L- ' Wt? KTTifH AND BtS ORATiTUDK Joseph J. Kttor, is reply to newspepe • exhortation to b« grate the wonderful girl ful, M}'l he does not MO My rea- in aaite of being physically ton why he owes anything to the vase the Sotfahet vote J aad and formerly dumb, courts of Maaachuietta for setting just aooui one thousand and beers tad feel*, in a finer him free; that a# an innocent man in the semi-offiqal can better than million* who he was entitled to the freedom of sgb physically whole, hat whieh for more than a year he was mitten ' -a 'remarkable essay unjustly deprived. oft the "Hand of the World," for Mr. Bttor will be exeuaed if he the November American. We *doee not become wildly enthmiw- tte the eonelnding paragraphs, tie in praise of oar court system. d it ye who are spiritu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 December 1912

fraffip -v*,r en gu "i'i* -JW.'v ;■'>< ;# Roepel «nd ft frknd to any good ——_ order that will lift poor suffering Q***1 Read* far 1918. humanity up. We ehould be a pro- Dsnlna, & F. D. 3, Dec 7,1912. greesive people, a loving people A tiundU oriffcdsr. r wouiu be crowned King Dec. 4,1913.. *oiiu. me ,au«et ,.of Coinrae A'. A. ilickey: 1 want wou.i. naon. uu< tanu yy 20 or copice ot i ue uebel of Wu- j*nu men we uoulu ting ?jpS3 r;icM'" j'-ii."jXiii' "fr'H JPgHJ,- . _ - _ . t ....^ . (The time is coming fast whan my ojd red hair and ask Nora, my both national and state duea will 1 e beloved wife, what has gone wrong, turned at least g large part bidr. Thi« trouble down here in Louie- te the eounty and local organize- iana convinces me that there is tioi. .vhcre they originate and something wrong and hell is get- where they will go the furthest ing to be to pay. I love some of the and do the best work-—Ed.) 162, Silabee, Texas. Your issue o? Nov. 30, 1 think is splendid a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 December 1912

IIP m M ' • ——'—-.rv 'S-: • • :.;:3.-'-- • .' • ii"\ !|i'atfe'ls " "' '^JiP3&:c .. '•:. mm fjjfgl P® o mmm. -■ fj' ■ ■ rr^^'- i'fe" iSE 'f f #?£ & UNION. immm EK235&X& M-...V •*,. $S'V x ' Pruident King. Texas, Dec. 4,1912. Secretary, Halletto- t&:^ .,V-rV:- «4l, w SrvVV fe ' . Sir and Bro: Will write you a fe* Mom to tot yon know how 1 have been getting along. I made two dates, hot didn't organise. The landlords hate threatened^ the no- groM with dynamite if jjJj theRU.of A. or vote a Sooialiat ticket at leaet this is the general talk. However will, try again and have two more dates made. Hope and try sgain. • . — a.-J 1 *ia 0 1 MWMW ^ w friends eome to me and say: "I see yon are president of the Ben ters Union. Now get up and posh that business" and by the eternal, I shall push it to the limit. Fraternally, A. F. King. • Vv Agmmti It, But Here to Fight. Tanglewood, Tex., Dec. 11, 1912 Dear Bro. Meitzen:— Renters Union local No. 34 has in- creased its membership...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 December 1912

I •;"4& ■ i *? mmm vl -..•'• • *^M;! BOepsryr; ehibs of 4 (40 weeks) Me * RDAY, DECEMBER 21,1911 ILLR,. Tt ■ ... , .. , , of eonfinawal fa. BaatSTwd tt.,«' ig ^ ^ "A" : are they going to do v th Bt" I always reply, "No a- . "fleis going to com' iar J clean and ifyou want to snow [situation thoroughly, it is just like thter-and then myself rould step aside to Of the hotel lobby I would explain !. j events It led up to the indicting of . Inasmuch as there are thous- of my readers who if they It me face to face would be glad I sit into the talk that I am hav- every day on this question, 1 set-down in blaek and White way my tongue wags when I : on this subject |" You see, comrade, it is like _. There has been a long drawn It fight as. you doubtless know }tween the Appeal to Beason ed- ors and the Federal ^dministra- jon. When Roosevelt, the agent of [organ, put the fat man in his Lair, there was but one great or- of protest in the United States nd that was the Appeal. Contin- ously,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 December 1912

a M&& mmmm ■mm'm wSmr TO E NIGHT WO, m ! H lr A reign oil an*rt&y ,"at l«aat t time, it whs* the editor of The & *' ** f «*** on he public-school system. In four ',J 5USS hat the system ia a failure. One of ^attacks wis quoted, and, he reply of an educational aal. Now he mma to reform one feature of tike system out of lurnd by a nation-wide strike <*f parents aftlast svmiiagwork. Little eyes -fflsef sO more to Mfsk sleepily far tantrs over "cxsityrfe*" that won't -tome out right, and father and nwrther will ntC finis to cudgel their braina onr forgotten rules >f algebra, if Mr. Bok baa his way. 1 5 - child in school aa aooraa child whoae Preparation ~ led along from day to without learning tig moat import* ant lesson the ach^^l ^namely, how to atudy. "It i# perfectly true that do all tlmt ia er ed of it within'the preaent h _ It ia equally true that home «tu< haa become a nuisance to the dren. The only way out ia to tween the Jan holidays eaale conapire- id ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 December 1912

p. v ■ ^;v| gra Hjth« worthless. publication in ,r PPH system the knees of lltireadbara Jging of tl* IW> pie counter. He quotes fice on the Socialist ticket) that w cent editorial of his paper using the same methods as Way- tittle patent inside Deaoc- land to incite anarchy in the minds published in Coleman of well-meaning but credulous citi- a lying attack upon sens. These false teachings have who when in life taken root in'Coleman county and , have to climb a steplad- in some instances have caused the the latches of his shoes, disruption of school* and churches, -pforoditical pair of edi- neighbors, friend Sgaintt friend ,«A A _£ iL^!« J iL«. <a maA %ro4 ivk oviuc Vi'biMWt ouu luiNnHMaM w mmf% We publtfh the Coleman DeflBw-Vdtee. -— — The great capitalists of this < Eebe\, (whose edi- try are *smart set of devils.' te for a Statu of• tmnmxm" din Andrews. : __ ill 8M® ' t'i SSilfe • a i «!>► IT? are ingenious. They lay {dans j carry them out. They have at t^ng on which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 December 1912

mm am K: • v BW ite H&W K ;'.lv?! W ,-mw logy. ii L .••;< : ;v; m-i :^HTmmw- ■ \ Mn looking into the remarkable connection between rum _ if «w gince I «u * puling child and read ww the good Paul recommended us to take a little wine for the stomach's sake, have scanned the pages of Boceaaio and read with interest mora Op m amorous, of the intimate relationship between wipe and wisdom, friars and flagona. I then scanned the pages of contempor- ary history and noticed how Dr. Rantim has fought the rum demon, flip The oolomns of the daily press that recited how the good brethren had released their hold on Jacob's ladder and fell among wicked mad who moved where the bright lights shone, the wine wsa red and the old Kentucky rye beaded in the glass, has always had a fascination for me, and so, when to my startled gaze, in 48-pojnMprpe I read that a son of a saloon keeper from Lowell, Mass., had fife v en to the dignity of prince of the Catholic church I waited anxiously to see what...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 January 1913

MWP' . I Him - ... MmSSm nans of the ? BJLLLXTT8T1 In the pursuit o: thia hob- w] h ve $on down aoma 'n^t ex- traordinary specimens oi the ga- BUi liaribustioua. This week I I Jaiy 1* mi. ' T.* iim fiWttl M MC*t «• *•* to.*. jr;«M rf *<««•* > *• No t* >- / _ Special Prize. SATURDAY, JANUARY and despair, that iers had forced upon the me Ibou't driving the team of st« § s to the market m the early day 'hen the weather was so hot tb one •f the steers fell in the yc and * died a* a result of the tern* heat. He whipped out his knife i 1 bled " the steer so as to save the f *h and , then said to me, no soon* ^ than I had got the blood runn egg well the other steer was dead, •jit must have been an awful hot £y said I when you lost two steers from the heat "'".You are mistaken,friend" said he, ''a Texas norther blew up and the'other steer died from the cold " ! took up my note book and' I marked that man down as the champion weather liar of Texas. enaiona that were eharaeteriatie o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 January 1913

i Rockdale. />r- «! ■% individual Giddens ifft;: m a msmbsr et the _ Hxecutin Committee, neat be voted and return- ed to State Secretary by Feb. 17th. t£ you have not received bollots nbe for them at once. ' Comrade J. C. Vansickle if now a—irtihri «t Hugo, Okla. He note frffe P rlt$* pf : ui |p H- a ifl H If; r H Jet for some time, sl o that lie will return to Te*|s fan the spring. We ere in receipt of a letter (rem W, F. Rem, (Men & Mules) Hating that he weald like to make t tour in Teste in the month :raah lecture tour in Texas in the nonth of Feb. or March. He wiU <—*{? ■ the State from Florida. If rmmirn him write ua at once «ad if we get datee enough to mafce *« a reasonably good route we can pt him otherwise not. Local llineota and several oth- dcs have pemed reeolutiona con- damning the persecutions of the editor! of The Appeal to Beea^n, By the Federal Courts, end asking lor a Congressional investigation £ the charges against them. Every local in the State should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 January 1913

**91SBpft'i; JM3 W msmsmmw BaSl woritijig #>•«!* kick .tad the yoke o , to promptly ap- onmirr-—n composed, say, r^in#)tr per oent labor skinners !Ld^n>er W t l bor lender, who i t for the flesh pot# and sas- Stv " of the " better" class. Th<*e ^mission* are landed by the SHW***- Marvelou* Seed are the these, won jerful organixations are always outto do for the farmer or wage „_v*. hut aomehow nothilMM1 . «cept perhip. to toU tTrtS the easier marks among This may*V*a!led going some, but this Welfare Farm Life Commission, has got the get-there move on and with Uncle peter at the throttle and holding the whip hand we will be going some. „ The woman's town clubs are w tske part in ihk business too. All those who are able to hire their cooking done, are to go out and teach the farmers' wives how to COqk. This is truly beuevolent in the dear creatures. Now we are to have soupa, nick-nacks, jellies, and dyspepsia like town -folks and have divorce suits and scandals just like they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 January 1913

/ $ 1 M iA Ha ■aaai^ SSfEi Hi *■> ~ -■ V fin ^KPpi - sMBM mi f s ?i 1 i iH Si? TPWm $s® Bi.o'iTi'Y'A . fr;;r- II t" •4-5% . Ui v f-' 4- I I tm ME™ w sub- A. OOBBB WILL n TH IBR DUXR . the time ite Texas subscription contest eomsa to * eloae will begin to develop a how feature la its tremendous 1913 lecture .'eature will be a greet illustrated or _ toor arranged on e beeis of 100 40-woefc sub card* or, if. cards sad land pamphlets to the total value of $25 in any proportion desired. The pamphlets will be sold under this plan at $ eents eacb, That the saeeese of this tour is assured even before it hss begun will he apparent when it becomes known that none other then the brilliant sad magnetic orator and agitator, Jehn A. Currie, will bo the first lecturer routed by The Rebel under thia plan. Texss Sesisiisis-sssd set bs told about Cumc; bat to those in adjoining dates who may want te secure him for a lecture wc will say that the reports of the state office ahow that he hae organize...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 January 1913

MB a T, A. E10KBT, Editor Mi Ownsr 50c per yr; clubs of 4 (40 wiiIb) If this No. is opposite youjr your subsciption expires No. BALLETTSVILLS I SATURDAY, iim Fif ;e Hew subs last week.v. .. .510 No. of expiring subs lut week 534 Iioot {or w#®k>•••••• •■ •••#•<<«. 24 total number subscription! this date, 2 2 , 8 5 9 HMM B «* «* pssMEAse st ■ '>jjm ' Here is the Proof. If there remains a t ina of any Rebel reader that ev ery important office holder in the Democratic state of Louisiana from eriean voters—a large governor down is owned body, soul of them in the Soother boots and breeches by the South- are just now - recei __ ern Lumber Operators Association; lets entitled ''1 j that they not only aoquiese in but Read on Socialism" thj~ aid and abet that crooked, murder- sent out free of posts i ou8 crowd in the maintenance of a fressman H. T. Rainey - reign of terror such aa the These leaflets are notning mere world haa seldom seen, iethim read or less than an advertisement ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 January 1913

is Pill PEOPLE PRICE. FOB A m r ■ m IS TO i® I B5;: If 1' '. j 14 ■ II li I 111 J p p ■«K I- 1 11 II $ J :fi • M. f ■ m -Ml— j ■" *:>■'■ • , , . Billy €to*" m wit rinck* good Comrade these weeks before at Kalamazoo, hitter. H4 the folio win* act observa- witii regard to frfce medicine ' v-,; MitlUil-f iS,- ii'ff Tbewi^j^md ha* suddenly dis- Bvetytii olf>«* op * paper or Appeared from Europe; Austria i magazine and find a "medical ♦d. in it I feel like saying "dam" -end Iff it 4^'a Socialist publica- ioti I generaHy say-two dams~ aid feel Uke butting 'ell out of the rfthicn manager Who is to small «olvd as to allow such damnable •wph to be printed along with the oalburaof th pr day. I know the excuse—"we need ke inoaqrbrt il is an all-fired wor one, and will not justify the «rt, no matfec hew searee the long fttten, nor how argent the need. There iatr't a capitalist magazine hat lays elaim to even rajpectabil- t$- that will toierate these medicine «4s.—their are acknowledged as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 January 1913

mmmM* W-rek'M ing party office in the state E OK LA H'triHvy, 'i r resident of Missouri and ifPajtsees theaelmea it may can- him to know that this pro via Hie STAT* Alabama Arkansas Arizona California . . . Colorado ....... Connecticut .. Delaware .... Florid* Georgia Idaho . Illinois Indiana honor. ; In a recent s following in the life of of the present him it is well •e read: trike on a cer- had been set-Jtowa .. mediation 61 —lg gained som& eh made ifte a titr ! w Se-rable; they wanted to show their gratitude by having a ' h Debs as the guest of ; Debs did not want this, to*, advised them not to spend their money that way. "Then they suggested a mass- meeting at which they might ex- press their feelings in an ovation when 'Gene appeared on the plat- form. to this he would not con- sent teither; didn't want any fuss made over it; he had only done his duty, same u the rest of them; many of them had sacrificed and suffered more than he, he said; and he wanted only to slip away q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 January 1913

ai PS??? M THAT BikTWOOD BSFSMfN- : ....... ..—v-.r,-;, «jatjffl iV-.:.5FrY'V >-™; • ;■- : ■■■%■; ... . 3>2vSsv.'-V- &£fc§Sflfcg ^iS^^m^ap^s^^saii^S^SSSSS^Sm^m v . .. . ' m®? ion r >1 H:i W&sbMM m Be mmm m rH| ui ir ki -a j .! fi y MP |rs lf ,i |, II,'! 1- II- m 1 I i john a. O0EEH WILL bk ths first speaker. About the time its Texas subscription contest cornea to 6 close The Heb*l will begin to develop a new feature in its tremendous 1913 sub getting campaign. feature will be a great illustrated or stereopticon lecture t«ur arrasfftd on a basia of 100 40-week sub cards or, if preferred, cards and land pamphlets to the total value of $25 in any proportion desired. The pamphlets will be sold under this plan «t 6 cents each, pqctpatflL > —'— - ~-v ,' < • • iV'^1 That He success of this tour is Assured even before it has begun will be apparent when it becomes known that none other than the . , .. J __u_i t_I— A n —m u_ bruiisni una Ul&gneilC uraiwr ouu a^iiawi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 January 1913

"•Tr-"' > wtm mm'"It!- ■ i Wm' :Jkm ••ft* %'>*--' / • iiw5Br ** HB ;;y t •-- ' f am r f jSKfafftMifeg' -• r-is= — MQ *• *•••««tyou last weak,.493 T. A. HIOSXT, latter Mi BOc per yr; dabs of 4 (iO wmkm) WU If this No. is opposite ytnr im O I your «*b<*npUou uttira Mlt tans ^ ' mm The gml appear yrwl to « only btonm ■ .-,. NO. HALLXTTBVILLEp SATURDAY, JANUARY OKLA WmE ——— A typical muiel«d writer stamjped around in the eol- t>mns of the Saint Louis Republie months ago and defiantly shouted: "WhaVhis Socialism done for the people? What hospital have they builded what charities have they Hip| 9rted!" ^ The Rebel took the poor prostit- ute across his knee and after spanking 1 a well, politely in- formed hi ihat while we have built hosp s we have also done ■something tter. We have pre- vented ho aht from being built hy establii ig peace between the, nations, 1; use byjhe force of our organ tion we have been 'abl<; ?o stj fc var in Europe. The Re n cited the "ease of Sweden ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 January 1913

pffpv -. h" V 3$ IS" M__.! '! ,vf- :f |r-V*?t -"' ', r ■ -^JsE TEXAS NOTES. $1 A. Green, State Sec. Rockdale. difference* oI opinion that can now be iiscovered in the Socialist party are ota nature too trivial to interest in the adoit lBED CARD rtuaj-d «*; 1Wi" for taWMM """ VH** \ I wmt- la jrour ip to date! , How long since your loeai had a nesting! Are your local and county disretaries on the job, and doing chair duty ! Among your New Year's reeol- atiens, was there one to do mOrq rattan t service for the eatiae of j«n^tice this year than ever before! If :it wasn't there ought to have •ma. and whether there was or not, t's high time the 1914 campaign *m started in your neighborhood <iad you are the boy to turn the Tick. Don't depend too much on >iher fellow. The struggle for ex- atence ia just as fierce for him as it ia for you, and besides it's your runeral aa well as his if you falter. So get busy, and do It now. If your Local Secretary is sick, lead or inert from any cau...

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