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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 January 1913

Efc : :M fm. HHHi p$i. •* •* THE OUTCAST UNION A TERRIBLE LITTLE STRIKE. . ■ ■ -§i ■'.J (The fallowing quotations from .„ee«he® delivered by William D. Haywood give the lie to the state- ment in the preamble of Refer- 1 endum D to wit "that he (Hay- wood) never advocated the use of the ballot by the wockers.") From speech delivered before the National Socialist Convention, 1912, after the adoption of report on the committe on labor.'' This is the greatest step ever taken by the Socialist party of this country, i < an go out and talk Socialism from a Socialist party platform the entire working class^ to the eight million women and children who have no votes, to the four mil- lion non-workers in this country, to the blanket stiffs of the West and tfce timber wolves of the South, "who are disfranchised by the nature of their jobs. I have said that the Socialist party should urge the organization of working men an# women in the shops so they will be ready to car- ry on production whe...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 January 1913

I#,*' .... jjjMmteiv. , i !:«•'> ,!' :"5' x>M"w§r Bwrirr I-'Sh mWam mm BBjaK, •* 9P0NDKXCK. m £§ >■*' f Br v J.'l" fflv £*#iri tht Right Spirit. 7 Friaeo, Texas, Jan. 10, 1013. Dear Rebel; Enroll ma M one of th« em tartan ta for Out gold watch iathe 13«li eoagfcMfcmal dis- trict el Teaas (Denton county). F don't aspect to gat the watch hut if I don't I will t* greatly paid for my trouble by the food done for the cause. I an proud of the fight yon and Comrade Clark made in the Okla- homa convention again* zation, that, has caused toftfijjg irooble in the diiferent states. wb of all de- Government an to try to peoniae T. of onr country, and high rr elofrw on inter- irofit, lor herein liea I will stand with, . ' ' / est, rent and our yon. .. •; ,...■■■■■■■■PRRR| Yeur (anti-Catholic) Christian Union is only to held tJhf* people Until Big Business skins them or makes peons of us. The biggest tinner* of today are the usnry-in- tereet-profit-rent monger*. Jesus said, "lore your ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 January 1913

H-' >;• 'Wj T f 60 p yr;4^^*^^> *•.'•/ • i. v.. ' /' • £•♦• aiawS?i'tf-• /•'• • •' -• v> subsciption ^ATTBDX^Vi.VfTART Wit _ TAFT FAX#. jSESs - 1 ir Inri^PK IV AAAIWA ww w:m Santa ft im i*0$M r'"nM Tine wu when .. man without mmk ■?■ hope with a reasons! JjP time to buy and pf w* a _ ■l|* farm, land price* being still ; doubt re ifafly American or fire men—and one man, Mr. Mo _____ _J&tf§ control of * moony of the country and th tore can exercise a power over the * of America that Czar Ni- 9um would envy, let him read following Associated Press dis- ^.tclTu reading it he *-*« nee that Id bo ... . now wen it"—tWft oil the diifi- eultiea of SocioIiirarouW be but JSP as dust in the balance." one"of you either in the grave, the ® he'Should 3K0'1 upon." If Wilson would Private pro g -ty, he added, woo hospital, or the lunatic asylum - P*tch In comng ^ ^ .mm ^ ^ ^ would have upposed to i are to mdmduoh# before you ore poid out, if you over Ij* . ■ erful hod more of my rsepect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 January 1913

• i: •' t§ mm mm w fims ,i M _ Sm f. <;V ir $1# ii TfiB H , 'sir v ■ ■ Mr Ks 11% 1 111 liff.'" Hgii V Iti "iw^a HHR i i K-S-- JP3% i^4? - ' TEXAS. mi iM- K'-■ EwiS mtfrnM- t. A. Ore«nf SMe Stent*?. w or- m EsEgte^ mir WmmM \ M Si if m m • 111 li- 1« J! -l-.. ?f" I Bv>: '• 1 is Start the New Year right by ganixing a Socialist local in your neighborhood* and keep it right by Attending every meeting. The average membership in Tex- as for the year 1W2 was 4388, run- ning above six thousand during the spring months. < There are inu lew states in the onion that have as large per cent o iie Socialist voters in the^organiza- tion as has Texas, However let us not rest, but push our organization everywhere and in every way pos- sible. „ Any dues-paying member is a full fledged organizer. Write this office :or instructions, *and get busy Iberis, Taylor Co., was the firs new local organized this year, T. W. Patterson, Secretary. You're next, An JSast Texas Comrade writes "Please tell u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 January 1913

mm Wtfe*, L*£ $Hi ^■f:§'T~'- ■'W " W" ' — 37 im .-Tttr if#: ■y'h'M Catholic clergy |a Socialism as a, religion and assume to compare it such lo iU disadvantage with Catholicism, as Father Vaughan does in his book ^Socialism, we may well despair of getting anything of value from this source. 't It is astonishing that high church Wta sneh an erron- ^ concept of Socialism, ot to .exeells even the atefe is in his air tempt ta ahatf the fong hopeless wait that must elapse before So- ialiam, and its failure, because in conflict with human nature. Ut- terly unsusspicious of the precipice his argument is leading, him to, he says: "What must be the upshot of putting before democracy an ideal (Socialism) which offers no imme- diate satisfaction to man's needs, but only the hope of a vague, prob- lematical future!, VIOLENCE. tore nas no pauenw u> In the coats* of the trial a dianapolia and in all the newspap- ers thereafter much and emphatic reference was made to the twen- ty-one fives that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 January 1913

• : - mm mm ■ Wmm. *; mt. Tunrw UMNACt.'^i^j /ure log the appearance in th«e of correspondence it •; if .),... .<....., 'MaL Wkif&i [to* mmM an enormous Tftr • Which some of condemn in and otheni commend our w * , Roosevelt abont alike tai a, brush, and it . Ml titf decide among , iannonneing a deci* ed preference for one or the other. True, it sctaftd to oonsider Taft the worst in this respect, snd look oration in ike fact that . _ Seated, but it ia no great .jetyny'for thscause ahampioned by the Meetce that Wilson wtt elected —WUaop, whom the Men- ace constantly accused of filling mm ell I lib •ni- ffe fe I -i. M ®p ■tb 1 lit KM m [if tw ■v Ri f|f: litr m w f$V' w< I %■ ■ m~mwU*t the freedom ^ of every on# to express their op- M ltomam* r m ■ ji „ mm i inion, it would seem, nevertheless, that thismrtieUlar social phenom enon falls into the category of those upon Which judgment can- not be pronounce^ offhifcd as yet. As a political entity, the Church f Rome oposea Sociali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 February 1913

" i :•** 'mmm ■ <•4$ £0 •■ • •■>«* £t ■ •Kfv <v Hew No. for the week ... 112 Total Bomber subscriptions tfckdaujj The gnat appear (iwt la as only bmaM we «K# HALLSTT8V1LLK, - V ' "■■■ ■■in 1911, at tke peeteffiee at Hajltttaf ▼ilk, Tax., wdee tWel Of Mmk I, 71 BPHI .i" T. A. H10KXT. utf Over 60c per yr; tints *4 <4 wse*s IN ir this No. Is opposite ynr mm QO •our subsciption exftititt ae*t issue WV./ flArtfJMUY. FEBRUARY \ 1913 Now eighty: jeks have clipped back into the gulf of tine since the Rebel proudly p claimed ^at the one big overshadowing maatodonic -£'d question; yea more we insisted that the obvious economic conditions, apd the liber- eple would be the stage on which the land ight dut to a glorious fare-you-well. From ed contemporaries we heard no reply to our i to battle knowing full well that they would public opinion thundered on their doors. It onake that public opinion and so well have J dailies of Texae are now devoting columns ,*e formerly they gave three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 February 1913

mjjfDoiv ued to Page 2.) imf ' ■ - ; 11 ill' H i lis 14 J II § I te- rn JS&.- m m SI« *hat he had to do. :#f. 'SStfl - ^ _:7 -■ ; ■ ■:■■??- - - V •> -v 1 "When ir.'rtrrr*'l that fcv .* aave it preliminary hearing he said 4at it was not neesqwry as it srould have to come ap Wore the m oourti La the* end," HiiS MMtAJiT, John A. iCwrie.) 4 ' , ■ V- Mittah Jones, may 1 ax you a question t • i, s^hVy - - Yes. what is it? u a Ch • tatiaii? h- yeare Yes, and have beeu for United SfatPt "The Socialist 'leader; with *he 0prf*f' '! itl hfti kim admtmi by thousands, accom- panied the United m the nffiofi nf It ft n«t<i iMlntin* 1 y «-v- m 'fcput :dat gold i folkes end mine talk so much about . s.' ;^y iiuol; J— Ym mean the Goi<in D— Yrs. sir, data what'l said. j.— wnv. H meant xo uwsv ?Tu H!!I tT5'^ ,,j,BVtthe n<?0''« «r neighbor as yourself" - B fed bond. Tie offered no comment. - thfir worf,„ _ w()o unto othftrg ftS Debs is one of the World's woald have 0ther8 to do unto Vfre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 February 1913

mlMm By request of the commas the, - goei«li«rt of Houston county are; jpertby colled to me m mass meet U0UL ine 1 ^ii ^ -• —!if '. . .. „ ■ i. About M|Wli *ft4 The Rebel will begin ts develop a ne- feature is its tremendoui 1913 tab getting campaign. * . ~ This feature will be a great illustrated or stereopueon lecture tour arranged on a basis of 150 40-weft sub card* or, if p^ferred, m in Crocket at 10 o'eioea a. m. oavttrdfty, February 22, iMM 11 Socialists in county arc expccted" to be present as we ejpfcH to" put-oiit* lS«-h.-l for the l9li^fl paign itiid ofh. ]- important business Unit needs (■> !>c atten to. ^ll Hympathirers aro inviren aw will ^ -^veri voice nrid. t'Ote at the iphlets to the total value of $37.50 in any proper pamphlets will be «o® under this plan ai a. ccuA aljid TO rtustelw. (By Monro* Jones.) v i vv-AA bear H ft: V, - . wmv zm'f maim ox strike port a&tbur. ( '-'V; LY *• turn desired, m pampmeis win ue 801(1 u*iw MM- 7 * VTOT each postpaid. For t...

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

vf> fss mm. TO ,':' i.1.1!*;.-. 1 .' v . Kfcl W9I1HX1 5®3iSsjl e^hir IUBUON. W> Woodeow.) ved, when I Jive ail dili- wiito uto you of the com- stlvation, it is neeuful for ma to you, and exhort you earnestly contend which wt« once de- the saints. "—Jude, livered 3rd verse. The "oonfmon jpnlvation" tpoken •I in this text is the deliverance of nil from the sufferings of J-1 • and the opprmrions of jjeeording to the ancient faith de- npm mi *> quo puaiahmQi at the elae* -H fill*' HP II It Mjsm ii iM ■ f' V ;?«ip •iS r"'i lit etc., an<£§ frenay he, in a , extended the i*vi|aiion i* "aiiwera" to came up an^ repent, while the invitation hymn waa being sung ty a large choir m'oetly "sinners" themwlvee. He waa not ao impolite aa to insin- uate that outsiders were "sinnera" in the sense of Wifi| Store w'cked n their daily walk and conversation than church member*; he knew that some in that audience not church member*, were moral e**f; araples in the community and are Tivered to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 February 1913

«Ruii3fcv' >. <.v . .* FS 14:« . VmS$ \': '• S'-^SPl -J M previously reported 22,782 >~fc32 last week. .329 203 this date, t. i H10XXT, MHor d Ow*e 50c per jrr; * * (*0 w*9k') ,M If this No. is oppesite y*nj mv fi/ your subsciption expises next issue w SQ 1911, at t*« matter Jmfjr EALLEfTBYILLX, FEBRUARY 9, mm SATURDAY, ville, Tsx., made theeetof MMtt , T> A -• - ** T '-'''" On this page we publish the most revolutionary amendment deal- both senior and junior judiciary tog with idle liind that hssever been presented to the legisature of from the Knate at the of tt any American state. It will be introduced on Friday morning, Febru- end a most active legislative care My 7, in the Senate of the Thirty-third Legislature of Texas by Sena- tor D. A, Paulus of HaUettsville, Lavaca Co., Tex. Bven a cursory reading of this amendment will reveal the fact that its adoption will mean the death of Landlordism in Texas. That there is a splendid chance of adopting this amendment if not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 February 1913

mm !?v .r file \p.\ M is !')j :• :lW, f ill fi| I •; i ft m If m II 11 it M r f jrf i1 S ■ If* ■ 4 M I : I f ] 1 ml. 1 If m if-* it -v«> * 3Et,: — WfijJ. cexas farm life commis- sion. (Continued from Page I.) wttinen broken and aged in the adds. ; W,£*;?;. -m It's waste 1 You hear me, it's waste! That's it; let's all get to- gether and stop it, like you would a fire. Stop that waste I But, wait a minute. What's this I see on , the first page of the same pamphlet. Listen: "Texas has 167,000,000 acres of ittd; 27,000,000 acres lice Improved. Out of iiie btiun, wen US over 100,000,000 MM solUbU for cultiva- tion. When this is considered In con- nection with the fact that the products of the soU of this now re cfc the enor - motu sum ef 1600,000,000 per annum it becomes obvious that our greatest wealth is, and most continue to be, de- rived from the cultivation of the soil." "WASTE!" shrieks Samson Ar- chimedes Lindsey. For the suffer- ing saints, did you ever see any waste equal to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 February 1913

m mm •irm >•.?•> v. <>w gfe xr-~~c iJU- UMWzM&M • ■ ■ fe : it !7t jttr ^^fjdSk viifei SSirjsi (% Covington Hall) Kw* ■ It is wn truth shall Alexandria, La., Jan. 28,1913 Honorable Luther £. Hall, ■4f Governor of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Y ur taaBfincy:-- : — "Know the you free". Bound ,t struggle for hum- Iit a straggle on the of the old order to suppress the «8 against the struggle of the rebellious order to bring it into Ae light of open day. When a system of society reaches the point ithwe. it can exist only by a sup- pression of the truth; that system of society must be revolutionized or the human race must enter a period of degradation out of which it can come only through agonies of blood. He who would suppress the truth ig a tyrant; he who will not defend it, an enemy of society; he who will not speak it, a coward; he, who will not hear it, a slave. Therefore, your Excellency, I propose to tell you, and through you the world, the truth regarding the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 February 1913

inn rr* sermon. unto you, that ye re *<4?. 4 i£K " ■>; iiSHlH &■£% • ■ •* -'•- ©ss g&f- K.; BSS& but whoeoever shall smite thee ou the right cheek, turn to him the other also.—Matthew 1 Brother*, when Christ? himself war on earth, going up to Jerusa- lem, He rode on the oolt of an am, " and the blind and the lame and the sick came to Him, and He healed them. Humanity is sick and blind |1 # ii ■if i s.' m Sec. Rockdale, Tex.) of the givoa us votes in the state of Texas, T*H1l|T has from a lecture tour < Nebraska, Colorado, and where, he has |been since "ii. ta 0. Kelney of w&M an increase of l7,026 votes in four ^ am «wd w. * ▼ears, or 216 per cent No other [that she is just, reco £t*in the IhZ came anywhere spell of sicknc, and hear this* record, with the excep- get busy sad see that tion of Virginia and West Virginia. Now boys, get dut your pencils and figure for yourselves where and lame today, brothers, but the cause of Christ goes on. Brothers, inalittle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 February 1913

:i * fII Revolution" next issue T. A. monf. "< (Do far yr; ataha at 4 (tfwata) «• If this No. i§ opposite y<nr your subsciption expires next ■BBEgywM appm great It m «!y —■ - .^IssssuiUJsiyl, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, Uurad 1911, at Us ville, Tex., oadsr BALLXTT8VILLE Progress and Prohibition, (By EUOESE V. DEBS) I IV> Thjg is the story of s typicsl and asked, if I would not Wee to Land Fraud on i large scale, j get some cheap land oht West. 1 Sftritten by one of the innocent kid him, "yes." He then told me Parties to the fraud, an old and that he was in a position to help ?Sored citizen of Tex., Mr. 0. 8. me secure about four ncbraa of 0f Dublin, Texas. In writing land, very cheap and he could ar- ari*' m-eat 'exposure for the Rebel , range to make the first payment, toh££«n Wnd enough to feupply j which would be only ^h^red *! ^th aU the paper* in the case,; dollars down and I could get 12 ?,Xur a draft for $960.00, a: months time to pay the remainder iSTpoS-I corn-; H, told...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 February 1913

'?CZri mee. Sft'-Av 0IQANTIC LAND GRAFT, (Continued from page 1.) * good title to; bo by selling each of us one section title, then we oould file on sections in addition we had land. • — _ : iilE:. §t\| M: ■■m So they tell n* four sections in* 4ead of one and take a deed of tost on all four and take oar notes fir $960, so if these three sections are awarded us they held a deed of trust against them an&woeould Mot sell them to anyone without Aitnno tktt fkOAA Ia aIaum nn IV tyy —a ... .ry . Tir ,y y.. w «*j# u lile. They tata a deed of trust against land whkh they do no wn, so it Was awarded to us by Ifaud. Then they had us tied and if we told at all we would hare to •II to them, and pay them $261 Mr section for land that they di( *>t own and we had to do all the ^rearing. The fact is we were just Jping used as cat's paws. It is often fie custom in politics to run in a 4ark -horse. Well, I was one of these *rk horses and they tried to make • long-eared donkey out of me as well...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 February 1913

K'« >:• . . . t ■1. &sm rA" * ■■- • • -■■ ■■■ :^ • s. : ___ ' . _ ' I .... *ir • -A ' iaea*a days ef 9. J. Dav- is has'a measure mtro- 4aced at Austin produced sueh a Wound ssastfion in every portion 2 the state m the amendment to the state constitution written bj g (X Meitun, secretary-treasurer teristie. < #f the Renters UnioQ and repres- ented in tbe state senate on Fridaar, February ™ by Senator D. A. peulus of Hallettsville, Texas. The press correspondents at Au- stin realize the importance at uiii evolutionary amendment in a solutions and forward it to the sen- ators and representatives at once. lAck of space prevents us from publishing the many extracts from the daily jura* The following from The Houston Chronicle is charac- jtories that are be- ing g^lishsd^the daily news- abont thiTSand: amend at: fAVLUS AIMS DRASTIC IOLB LAND. (Special to The Ubxoaicie.) Austin, Teat, Feb. 8. I mmm of fins arable land will be thrown the market It be «pon by the 250,000 practi- te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 February 1913

m is 2- KAMOB ON MERSTTILLE. &:Lm. ..... m II *m i t * * |£\" i's* ft 0 (, svi. CfBT TEW tint. H n ii business m*" stood in on the door of hi* store pioking hi" I ^ ^ -.;a- and glaring it the dismal wpd brother* w&o are struggling square on which a gentle desperately against corporation t wJ slowly falling. itjrsnny in thejmaginary state of Cheer up'old chap you look as Louisiana. Thirteen hundred man arable as if you had just eaten h*y« bwa on strike in the saw mm Of Post's gripe nuts." .^Jwm of Bteryville, I*., for Vita' .11 vrj wll for j« mr "g* « wile gazabo" said the small basi- ty. "*•-t' 4 notorious 2 mm. "I wonder how jrrn Z would feel it your cuitomera were ^ ™" ■II nnt in the country and could not CapitaHati, «mVto town because of this pesky tne uraDow *iai occured^ •„ M - the state subpoenaed a number of a#3*e 1 ffc g wpP| *7t . , .. . n.„lof timber workers as 'witnesses. ) .^"^^P^flWieatified Jot the defense and m, be p fot the pOl lteo w«k . f lheir rehirn we„ d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 February 1913

1 «*1# Uurt JJOoptryr; for If this No. is opposite jr* your subsciption expire* nf*t ToW No. guboeribers tlm date B£.4T APPJWR GREAT TO US difLY BECAl A R K ON OUR KNEES — LET SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ARISE. rrrr* u I 1011, at Um . ville, Tex, under March I, 19 IHIP v IMiS IBSWHflE B&iftittUiM Horace fit to step into Many times each week, the ReM*8 asked, wlm* j* J* ®"® F*JJg thft nlutocraev *s arsenal that more than anjr of the rest Keeps ffCft • mm from revolting against their almost unbearable conditions. i « the cowardly allege P*-«*■ '. .tf corrupt politicians, is it a standing army and navy, is it a deca- J 52 is 5 false teachings of history in the public schools! Th«e and similar questions are continually fired at us by thoughtful rind women. To all of these questions we have one stereotyped Tnswer: "The biggest weapon in the master's armory is the ai y ""mthhooto Of steel the men who own to great daily " g^J ■ „f the nation are licked to the plutocracy,"Jome ot^them Of the New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 February 1913

Bp5B ilw& t-rnmzimmm M-'Sj alma 'k-mjWfijBB&Gk mm BMMwataiaia8EB^aW^S8L. h fclfl^ i'i h - c Mill! ww iSRr P% "• ji"1 lffi&&V3£wu3tiOT *# Mi * half «* M aksS imffigrn I wiu«x M I It * ebafa . «Ua place ear IHw jjg2-~.no M'W« a . ehor t-a 'a *'et tke W* I WBBwiWMWBl-. Utti ted tkkre. oa* ud mat to we MM at atad writ**: "I mm i. Tcxa*. We ....... .. f i-: i'™ I &■ ■lilt 1 «££&•.'■ Hp Hllr Since list October we bate had ' tremendous bottle with our "offC The subs that were out > on daring the Rebel lecture ton® last year fell by hundred* and they kept us going to the limit of our endurance to keep ud. This week indicates that the tide has turned and from now on we expect to CO . forward with leans and bounds. Financially "We hare no kick to mako, but we are as sore as a boil __ , because we are turning out a pa-ju per that is aceomplighing wonders J®®® ■■*•. haa *hs while circulating, including bund- « le-orders, 25,000 copies a week, so we ask ourselves what ...

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