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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 February 1913

ais • •; ■ w Wu : ;■ ' ■,. AAfat s ?ws' ■'% U& . T*wfc$ tn snkBias. 1ST. - V' in this r wars aw there should Mexico we -t* 'young America: r*. There is no sense on on being killed lor and tome , We Doini ifrom meraaK pen of Uene with the above be' intu. . Iahia letter, to me Theo-1 would say AM* said: "The friends of GeneJPo*'* i^his article, say that takaaj;| «d°l jSSTkStli thetode. It mM Hi difr ifrhel concurs in Theodora'a parent if America were in danger, ^hiabtothers great wort |but it is not. The only. *— C the fabled wishing cap f' sttrt and stripes would en w)A vf<« «nn> honest ico would be became the' interests blooded m«i* and woman *in ;th©J'of • Rockefeller, Morga Sooth to have a copy of next weOra.heim and Hearst art jUrr—jy,., -- - ed that they- mS«ht^h*re|; If the plutocracy is very anx- -■ «■ . r~v.lL 1AT1A ^n« VWjhW «• 4aI1 ilkfti *w+l4m . Will a - •' ' iters *.;* t ffta^HallettsrUla] mm exioo is asking the legialat to submit the Land Tax Ar ment to the pe...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 February 1913

h- mmmml 1 • "li'iiiw^ mi B&J ' RP SaJacMrai i&#5 Hi .' -♦. U& «.; « 8 •K {$' ?1 tnu Mi W and he 011)7 is a co^ctt who recognizes its ric* We may asy, like onto a built house, it faces the fottr directions: First, It taUectual movement; second, it is sn indnstrisl movement; third, it is « political mobement; fourth, it .ia.a- spiritual movement And mat of these is perfect without the oth- • era Let one of the walls of a home be minting, the other three sides are rickety. An Intellectual Movement. First, ss an intellectual move- ment, socialism is a scientific rein terprelation of the universe. We are the light-bringers. We sweep away old errors that have*dark*tt' * ed the minds of men for so many • yeam. To the perplexed and baffled intellect of humanity we come with healing. Most aptly has our emblem been chosen — s flaming torch of l%h^, illumining the dark places. Yjf*, socialism Ls an intellectual movement — it is a scientific re- interpretation of history, a scient-...

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

r-i >6- >■ • ' ' ■ -: # mm{m ^¥fesPifSPi: , M'&gp* ■•'"•'-■«' fflffli- - HHHH '@f: ■ •. ■ UK"-' " H J>. a 9IM& P - - SS B ■ as t week: lummi'"'',' L' il & ?2,92J 229 this date ~ Mffir APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BBC A -v • ' r?>?s E ARE ON OUR KNEES — LIPT P 4R/Sl?. SATURDAY, MARCH I, 1913. W ALLETT8VILLE, . | ' ■cfi'vv.iS-' ■Mi |||H3 .v' ui ♦ mm WW-" t, viki 'iCA&ffl iJki Hg&fiS wwMp: H test Socialist fable ever written. T. JL BXtntUr, IdHor wd Owasr. 6O0 per yr; olubs of 4 (K> we#ta> ft« If this No. is opposite yonr nan* Q-7! your subsciption expire# next issue n™ March 4 amidst the booming of a thousand CMinon the fl>™g V the playing of a hundred massed bands through •t nU^wn heaid the hirnas of the multitude Wood- *• *SS!! nf K?w J^ey wiU be inducted into the office of prosi- m Wilson of NeW^ersey,win ue^ in thA woria. As chief ;> The Rebel does not care, at this Jtoment to enter into a discus- sion as, to the various oat lis'that YJionut-...

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

iatbe «K?3U m v • ; £ aBy : ># -"f;«w;." 1 m Fake. fW REBEL'S ADVICE. " "k y■ My■■ ■■9 ®fe# Our distinguished _ For lo these many ysars, William temporary, The Barnacle, Jennings Bryan and other awsalled Carbuncle, aliaa the Chronicle, quo- «iii m awl■ 1 ** TUauwnii have ' - * ■ ' - ' 1. nr J u j i 1 i Democrats hare te# t little advice to Woodenhaad proclaimed to the people Wilson, that the Bebel handed oat w the ills they suffer from were, to the poor man recently: We fee to the iniquitious high protec- tn^. WWW?*1; M,. VUm U. „f H esnse the flaunt epcctre of poverty from all aorta of people. Kepub- «as abroad in Albion where JCree lieans, nrogresaivee, democrat* and all arade operated as much a* in Col- badee of political opinio and belief umbia where high proective tariff • •poken. it re *Ill So* Texaa to leld full wnj. In uDte col- !? u" "PS. um the Bebe'l publui.es > path* ta^TT. wTWtaE tic Story of the frightful poverty, the financial problem tie Raftettevitte that exis...

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

msm I ■pipit' r>:.#$ s|feg br eugkn* f. Psas. are few and PW!i : i'JHAi&Ui'1 IU1 — * v, m- 4**M ^aMrag fi, ■««.,. :M~§t ~T*~- VMlffii NOTES. rTEXAB Own, State Sec The earth is in travail; the race is sufferingthe P*ng* o* P**^ TwerM-wide, humanity-embracing revolution is on the calendar muI latter*—of the Twentieth Century. ^impSg social crisis is the most portentous that ever issu- df H^toric^°^c4^mrk the growth of man, the progress of events, . and sweep of civilization. theriw e workers many and ig- ; they are beginning to norant." - - ■*' $*; . But the eyes of the workers are tW^Th"y brro^en beaten a 1000 timei,**. have rallied again; they will be beaten a thousand times mow, but they can endure it all an and crafting corrupt subserviency of ese*iftff the snirit of coming events, I political, an3 military hirelings, <tfitoriai veiuhH an^ spirit, acclaim the joyous tidings of the sunrise on the morrow, i ™ese are the heralds of the dawn; the torchbearers of progress; of...

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

1111 >jak Si#:'' lUl . MM:* BBItf '-■ •?'■• IKK; fclil H ■ill' 11 1• Jjk mm!. I |M* p I; IS fl It. A Great Problem. THE EARLY AMERICAN M0TEMKNT AND THE LAND QUESTION. •ne of the great problems which: Absorbed the attention qf the eariy Aswrican labor movement waa the land question; That thia question should have attracted so much at- tention and eaused such widespread agitation was only natural in ~ Corrupt Influeneeof Corporations These movements for radical land reform and land legislation were backed mostly by the working people. It was only natural that in their desire to-hare legislation in their behalf and for their protec- tion enacted the> collided with the class interests of the big corpora- tions, especially the railroads and other concerns who robbed Uncle Sam of some of his best and most ooantry likelEe^nited States, where "there waa no limit to free land for everybody", as some people would put it. In the day* of Horace Greeley the idea that this coantiy was rich ...

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

-V JV J.'. ':*■ te ;f1,1 ,.632 «y« • era this date ,050 ^v;t, -- ■fe* s§PljM .x &.*i- v;':Vi&:^'*V"! f fir w - • • ■ ■ •-• - I 0M * $>*4- ' ■' ifJLi'. 'm< a" '?■■ ■ *^.' &< & - -: 1 -Tv t#-.- , '.••SfyK^ggs M >, •• ——rTj 'f■ ; <§ Next week : A DEBS 28AM : • ' rfljff ORE AT APPEAS 9REAT TO VMO*tLI BECAUSE T. A.-HXOBW, *dHor «* Chner. *6Qo p«r yr; «1«1* <rf * J*1*® ** If this No. is opposite yon* nane gfl your subsciption expire* next *>B* ~ Halktuf illfawi VTtt C8FILL*, J EON OURKNEES - SATURDAY, MARCH 8, im Jin MVN. [The gteps of the a group of and. that ev BSrSi ir e the this one ■yitem. standing He at I [ U1C^C« Ho«.b«tK. , « ited. if * MV« we f®t «<i one, nan there yon ^about the ] The situation in Mexico is of light, that woiMind**t« ^ f ^ of the American Through the darknew there 1* ®hot t^e rayB <wavo Madero, plutocrat#.. President Mader^^ ^ gra*e and another broth- She Miniver of *«** ^ er ha4 been are looted at been assembled on the...

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

BIB ;' ' ' m¥ i' fm ist-?-. m '} 4.v i P' '''^";F1^f!Mi-'■iy,'.'"..'!! ?~j' r wutor Bailey and other Boor- i have for years declared that lism may develop in the cities <tot Will never approach the men ind women who five In the Agri- enltnral district* of the mod old 7. 8. of A. The returns of the last presidential election most have liven these prophets a sever* shock. It was the farming states that Aowed the greatest increase in the Socialist vote. The three states %T increased over 200 per oent were: Texaf>. West Virginia and Vtetittia. Texhs Wfth 800- , >n both in pro- Mmw* * ' 'fee * ;<>TT7 ,T 2 fuL tw schf iflTeU t, Of St 1 ,h*i ml be rough but they —„ _ only by honest toil;their be ooarse bnt it iu in the adulterated; the light in , sehold may be dim hat a red light is never lit in the and roads and byways wheft, and their wives and children dwell; they may miss the greatlifc* taries that dot the city streets but tStST' press; their horn** m«ir k« • H. room sha...

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

j*<C «*. sp :,ar SE£ '■f'r'jffls1' W~. ;-vy> list Development In the w&t%m Mi Br D. K. I < <;;& A PARABLE w~~ people would be foolish; like poultry}—Oh, no!!!. Hnman be- ,nag have more sense than hen*, —- tat have they! If you see any- thing good in this CHICKEN STORY, pa* it alotig^— IE YOU A CHICKEN t 1 Ovfi* upon a ti room for all the chickefas " ^belonged to sere he pi • be%4 74.vi>£T b^rw . $t t Bttt „ #AL ECONOMY, for n chickens from the outside. We down the price of labor and mp jpi a the doors to the poor and op* |come to live in 'The land of the ii with us a refuge from the ty- espotism.", — a : r«L- it'-tus" uou wmj, «uu iuougr ui mew 'You must not do ffooster said: litude if you should all starve to would become of met "Why I grumbling X will import a lot will have foreign immigration the price of rents. In short, we pressed of all nations and they freehold.-the home of the brave' en yard which afforded ample ranfto<Hn justice of the iron hi in i...

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

Sil J&W • piSa mm I s&te iEESfc'SteP^ ■ < r ; •'• ill m jllff 4 tribute. Bikf, fca gwat koo- of Indiana, ia one of the character* that «?«r 1TPBBMIUMJN BOVTU. Pi fj I :i; M tAl: ri Jr 41/ £|fc- X Rr • :?!. mm I am going to, toll yon this week of the « * "* whereby yon and I Gene Debt and Riley have can get together oh my readers, Damon and Pythiased am another aa an editor and his subaftribers for a generation. Sometime since never get together before. First a Riley was sick and Qena called on* word as to how this pleasant event his ehum, the white eapped nurse can happen. met him at die door end told Gene J _ Daring the Governors tour last that be could not see his friend on £aii, the Ecv. Souulu Auiews said account of doctors' orders. Gene to me: "Comrade, you look tired sorrowfully went down town and out, take a mental tonic, read the purchased a great armful of Am- call of the Carpenter' it is the erican Beauty roses, which he or- greatest work of the century." I deto...

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

m DEBS ON LIBERTY next week. Of i (40 !f Ills N«. IS. p|m«ivcv vo ir Da U' 'Mir subm-iptiou expiraa next i#mi A KISS. ONLY BECAV EAR E ON OUR KNEES — ORE AT APPEAR GREAT SATURDAY, MARCH 16, HaBettot HALLETT8VILLE, n\TAD IViN WIV /T ",'v • ' .,V. .V . •m tud 2 Si rtSelSd national. Otherwise the workeri needing AdtTw^nld rue the power, of the state and nation th thimrs neceasarjL to their social want*. Hence under government and the official from ^catchers to the big exeentive chair always move in obedience to the wishes of the masters of bread. / a , , The Rebel will prove that this position is correct for the thous- ^ht?me<*~ holding up to the light Mr. L. B. Hall, governor of the *"te 0f Lo? Una. For years the barons of the timbef trust with the he great railroad systems have mercflesdy exploited the '. i i ii J *v «f tViAoo ffpntlAmAil magnates < workers o< had seeur liery was ; Fin# and as t! (oaisiana who toiled in the forests that these gentiemen by devious method*. Ev...

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

■v.*; Site •MtM mm*-' m<<mms 11111 ■M '!(K^P-r'*,"! IfeSv s©& t : 'tr ■. ;PS;;: n si !HnKEHRfiK . i«feaarari3g|i BENTER8 UNION. •X. II PI "J '•.:: .!■ I fig!; Up ft i I 1 i. Mi DINAH AND LAND ,.m W Bt John A. Cuaaua R&NTER'S CATECHISM AND ■\" ' ' -4*r\|. '. /lAtVAMlMrtMVAHl * . Dinahj—Here I is in Ai red and hungry and tifto* all dem land office men to ptaaaa tall ma where de good God ebber parted w|f hia title to de land, I don't know a thing more en I did, for they couldn't tell me nuthin. Now I am gwinter hunt up d*t preacher editer what him a paper which aaya it is right to Mil'de land and maybe 1 can get some ■ ™. & v - 55" O e trnnf from him. Miatah! Ia you in, qseSE* viwii luvru- dat oditer- right to ilS. 0. Meitren, Sec., Hallettaville) The interest in thia movement ia rising steadily. Inquiries come tarn all points of the compass and ■nanv states of late. Information tttt {pen sent out until cur supply if e6nstitutions became exhausted. Wt have thus gone t...

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

]mw -■ ■ ■ •- -rr- IBllL-.g THElROJtf WORKER. THE MAN AND t*W * , v \ . ipp ft * By EtrofcH* V. :««£ -ir* #wt trite «*&« Of ttaooln, "Me before jtfofflrty; % man be- {l) *e,dollaiy" ia exceedingly popular ,ri£ Amanoan people. Theot- tieafr at least, we arc all agreed with Laneata.. Lafo, human life, is rrSmaterial things, and the first duty of civilized society "ver eondtloo* sbOnld be for ^heoonvenienoe and comfort of man, who created "it — his servant always; bm matter never. v^ywt^nn ig haw Uh* limeota idea been incorporated inour 1* Amman aooiety orgaoiied upon the baaiB of Wotejjropertyt" Ui &*• court, ol the United State. p- ,,0|d the doetrinc of "the « H"" tlw dollar!" . . J„ awrering the I WP° to ■ „;nna at -word's oointa each other upon this vital issue— by two eminent «reuit coart judges of the United Statea. The one upholds the priority right of life, and the other that of pro- .vortv Th® iudges who decided these historic parallel casea we both P«?" * ??£~J ^ novr...

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

\.£p ^ I ll [Hi IbsOAMIZE. la * Me State. liar* jot noticed how chow, grab and clothe* are getting of Ut«J That' by the de o«r*ts. They *re in %B. IL SUekbr, «UU 8«c., 11( & Ear rey 8t, Oklahoma City, Okla.) all ow -m- HK -i4 P^ I iff II ■111 — .4H. 111!' I m IK! Jlttl i - M.L- |f; lite a pr1 I IS E 1 /■V'Vf taking on bow life Are jou helping* mw jrOu knew. Now that the eoit of Uting ia ao much reduerd wo can inreet our money ia Socialist literature and proceed .to educate the heathe^ LISTEN, get opt today and organise , a local in your commaftity. Bv n if vou can only g«t five members, get to v work and set everything in shape to take 'em in; they're comin' with a rush when Doc Wilson' dope begin* to take tffeet. ' ■ , "Comrade Andrews spoke here; he jerked some of the straddlers off the fence, pulled some through the cracks, and got some on the that h could uot get the .second pull at for the lack of time. Bend instructions and blank application for chart- J. M. Gardner, Woods...

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

i&i l-F.; \ .• ' • r« £@ ■E ? 3 m*smm 'ESiM>sm «■ i .wtjwpfe A. mOKXT, ** « «* 0wB« 23,070 80c p«r yt; dob. tf HUg *•*■> 280 y , ?T-T* q«w subs If this No. i« oppomte vour MO* V v * 3 fo 3 kM| Tttff GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO CS ONLY BECA $*%&<; '~ ' •;<: £*•••'..«• : V<«>,} .'Ik "i .' inly i, at Hallettst ofXmkt. *79 BALLKTTBVILLK, Slavers. "BIO guuror SaSStw wams " WAGES kt/SBBT been , praisdto unakoiauliy DAT* IN PEOEIKO. .ON WERE HAVE AS TWINS. WHITES 1 SOCIALIST PBOTXB1- (That intellect galore is to be found in the minds of men who wear the overalls is well known. The latest proof of this truth comes to the Rebel desk in the form of a powerful poem written by Com- rade Carl Rosson, a young mach- inist, who works daily iu the L. « tell a ts read. Id; dark nig ic lands® When} down the E Aft EOS OUR KNEES — LET VS A RISE. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, FIVE MINUTE SERMON. the Sec- Mo 89 PROHIBITION. By Rev. J. J. Pounw, Bishop, Tex That Socialism is in perfect At 9 p. m....

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

"v..' . ■ "V iftySvtJmiz'ZiMi .V- *«k •;<•---• • - ••' . v(l :-;r- •H ft? IraL V ; vafflma iv'-^V ■ H ij. m W:, 1 If inb 1:1" HI fif.r fit! ,?$' ml mm II If IB# r m Ik m ii: Mi i II I . « fc. I''I#.. M THi BASIS OF TBS KKX1C- 'AX BSVQLUTIOH. W&W. |&§ l' (Ooatinoed from page 1 i USUI jsf* •' ** *, <•* tortmlen|^tioDpn Mexico.g| "*«ww®w s ^ AJlstpSI^&S!to" dortlnated by great land owner* for ^ Oklaho£?f? amonnt of **55,000,000,000 th« last iik Hearst and others millionaire iJTSL t iufl^TSr . sixt<*« yew,. ' cJSr^JJS newspaper pnbliahera the dailyI ?£jP°pnI«tion of.the Sited Sut^rt' :a cp, I B^ohK: Otonw %S , *' «l| ®otKylGood Law' M shore cot da atomach«ch%-* JmmM Socialism stomach* *che wha*dsi editor-preacher 3emmons dona tola oa about in dat tigions paper hint and Mr. Bum- bard and others are fightin Soc- udiam wif. Mr. Lenunons said to rtfce a doae qb "Genuine refenar- 4tion" fore breakfast ebery mora. ® and dat ache be dona gone nd you feel like a river dona ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 March 1913

vj 11; « V ^ .1 "■■i,'.>'11* E qaaiEHW ■ *iH <* .1' -x}Wi '-iv: # ^Stfj ~JS ' ■■:■ •••.' •; '.•£,: v-|. >•* t'-rtpv '■••■ jffl Br ft ■0 'i /*r •">•'■ -r tt.,«rip^d .Un, ^ BP ■ -— By Euc« y.BiKfc 4 m i ill high debute ion rale and czars, *• Siwil Pangi we swear Thstsbvery;* chains we will not wear. ' ra3£gnggnaS 8I®Ir Ring joyously, 0 prison bell, 0 iron toogne, the troth proclaim; Owinua aud lightnings, spssd ts tell That ours is not a czar's By all the orioles divine We pledge defense o£ Freedom's shrine. ' '' ■ ' ' " ' '' '•'' V'' 'V* 7 ' . 0 freemen true! 0 eons of aires! 0 sons of men who dared to die! 0 fan to life old Freedom's fires -wrrs- W down stop i largo 0 working men! 0 labor's bosta! 0 men of courage, heart and will; 0 far and wide send Labor's toasts Till vmj heart feels Freedom's thrill, And freeman' shoots like billows soar O'er the land from shore to shore. Itrtke the fetters from thrriate, labitant of a new world. He looks" m au things around him. His ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 March 1913

gSHpSteT-- m |t.r ;: 1,.' U: f(1 v m . \ M m win tax all Uad bold fer apeculative fuU ret&al valua; it lo nboli*h Um boon and all other move* ia* produced by the Utter* of tha soU; to moo* l*fttUttva enactments that _ H'«HC fir Hp atrlvp to «toea*i it* meabenhip to a tbofotlik imdtiwUndiM of their econo- mie and political rfatn* in *odety; It vffl develop co-operative enterprise* re lated to the farni that trill improve the material condition of it* membfrt; It propone* by a *y*tam of od tatm and orftaUatien to r. material aad idoral welfaw of thoee who actually work the land ia the South. <| Why ia the Rontjr'* Union orjj; aahdhg at this timet A. There are t 'veral re'aaona: Krai this 1a ad age of org^ni-atiOn. Men an women in "ill Wall?* oi utc are organis- ing now. T^lflrVer^ha* hi*',bar aaaoc- iatjon; the business man hLo'eemrnercial ■ecretary'a iuiaociation; the. mechanic hi* labor and imjuatrial iMona; the dWtOflia " medical association; the preher hia, eoA^r/n W; 'and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 March 1913

K&wMB mm ~. | •"\f:'i'W'' ;VV: fi; K • Ifr , • ittr v •-.? J;; ...523 46*^ • • • *' « f * this date IMI MB>M£S jin&afe* • • Ou. No. oppoaito 7«nr m« Q | .«• •ltlkAAintinn Afniltl QfiCt Wl" If ; .vour tubsciption expires we ar eon our knees — , TEXAS, saturday, U ths> great appear great to v8 only bec eiHallettal thp ru~\ /irjL'D i(riml' ia ii/iir n «" vv-w J J Wi' I* K<1 w ■ rt •*> , ♦ r a - a . t certain ; ktd ,£***"* thaektd lahar ^ mL had law. The investigated 53BS3 ^ arnva -would b® i the t «£**•- ,^rs^trtiu se^ .= ha hidden of re -A o« ' that Semtor Paolju*k J ColliM of Beaumont, iti™formobyMr.MeKtal.y,th <^ wUnt mer of Labor. He shows clearly that child slavery exists in South fju>m editors s na strongly as in Georgia. Ho did not want his name published, lowing is an article pi £ c T\ in8Sa^d"finally he* agreed that he wauld toll me urn, and I will telegraph you tonight Whether to leave his name or The Co-Op«raUK, the great ,ers' paper of the.tfemth, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 March 1913

' v,V ■ • $&&;;. H v-.P"' g. f' W^VVV'i .M. = fc ■; v fl oUpreBO «nor, and Attorney to withdraw" fiomtha Hi • mil'. \ • in$L than a |W ... imi^ Lightfoot . ,.11.,,,i-.l._.. defeated at the polk by an overwhebainf vote ta[ HMOU of the feet that the BeM article induced thousands of crttwwle Baomssy rap- porter* to ltay away from the polls, as was shown by the light total >um! Lu io« |hv wuiinv juui us ustuu liroog tow in ihe anti counties. However than croaks through their powerful Standard Oil ooo- oeetkras and prestige as pro leaden aw atffl waring a parntetoos influence in state attain, for, treacherously posing as they do as "r* formers'' they an far non liable to dental than-in tin anti higher ope, who an frankly oooaarratiYe. For this ran it ia the purpose f if this paper to show how then two crooks who were in a plot then to ram the State over to the fpeadal interests under the cloak of prohibi- tion and the (real moral uplift Han continued their unholy alliance tn b...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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