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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 March 1913

mwm fvsmr : -Urskip# > >r-a. ,e tlC-i ;ew .,,|k '■ ■ .5? f" T" EXPOSED. AN " UNHOLY ALLl Continued RJ0STMO88- TEXAS W0TH8 ... ^-.;\3.?y^ w. m who aade tfc^ race ^ ^yer^ <m the prohW' will hold T '■■•■ 1, 1W13, M i Weliington<- PHT and lhzJk^f"B w. will hold & three ■alll {:' Ban tod who jook hit cwnjjaiga slogan, "Ramsey and Righteoosneat," is now seeding in Austin and appearing before th« various frttdmittees of the Leg- islature as a lobbyist. The Judge aays that anyone with the money can employ him; that he is a law- yer. He recently appeared* before . .. ■ wnmM in th«> House of Reo- V, W. Sterling, Hunt eounty's live' if . ., , win secretary his called a eovstr nut resentattves as the paid spokesman meeting, to. take place in Greenville in a fight OVBT the creation of a new county in Seuth Texas ;r cxt preceding Dinted investigate the Attorney «r«"ftld4ime vim and energy mit about the last of July. ^ winning to pile subs in- °«nmU **<*? ***** * are beginnin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 March 1913

m mm nl '0mm 'mm ws&x&mm 1 National WIM *e t latere* aad divides* is u injus- tice a* tUt ratee should be reduced in flit ef tk« Lajury te *«r Loeal ii Creek, 10 ff-frf _ ■aarille, Ark la aMf^aiyvltldg to tin 3#|5 #; da- d at working in aaother M H nibiid grftt *. «. Oroi# Wat Darnell, «f 'The attention of rack is diMeted to tbe faet that tf the total aawaata bow being paid out at iatereet ea rail- bmdb and dividends on rrflwsjr of dx yg *Wctod ehatmaa aa4 OUe ...in At - did aot to* °* yw wwdd wiaa 7w eetuaate c _ tie. There are pore than one theos- Md boot lofgora ia OkUtotoa Otty, ia faet, tke mwao department eotneiime rSESZL*0 t*uhhMk a braach or writer t; •took bo eapitaliaed on a basis of six p«r cent, the offoetive eapMaliution thereby ahown will bo fonaa to bo aa ftaonat averaging len per mile tkaa inai for which a railroad ean be eo* (day. Tbia of kat ia, tko To* - mere inaia xooo 1 _ ■ .., . :.; . . ~—. *** dividends ts^isat^s: % &&s£3£ iUh. faro k«lr • « ■*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 April 1913

mmsz* m* ..IF*. ■r§ ; i • /* •'.. '"v : > K#lfcl '- * • - "■ . •v • ' HP- 1*5 p) ',vj Ki' BT wl«P - wr ■ ■ •*T' *'■! .„ te-'- S'-t" ®K1 ."• ■ ■ m date/ z . "I I "'II pgp; I .... H THE ORE AT APPEAR ORB At TO US ONLY BKCJi_ HHg£ • .iiwitgy. ■ '.'■■ ' #."SSI -KF .if ; • '«£ "'HH rE 4.R E ON OUR KNEES —, i*U, at Hallettst ! Ibiek «, 'T# is* HALLS! TEXAS, SATURDAY, ARISE. 5, 1913. f. A. - Ml 60c jxr yr; claW «*><*• tf -.his No. is opposite jtnt nans Qp Rubflciption expire# next ^ vour No 91 j <• ,i - 5.$}•# ' ?:• - v .. l;~ biri I 4Tiior rH« THIRTY-THIRD LEQ1SLAURK. ' V^--, •*£* -* - u the snowuer Oi o u tative to Wortham:1' Ho m,. TViirtv third legislature consists of 142 men in the House and aiongt Wortham patted the uJStt t U> grttliig through life on • W ie year-old page boy. Said a you and your partner getting tlu> head and said: "We are lay." Then all the wise ones Texas who vote the democratic tic tors and representative#, ask the "Heret are 142 men in the House...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 April 1913

iff®! ■PWIilWl r "-./^:v-.' | . lii! i ■mm ed in Berlin wli* -thatt^e Mid oc- *■■-: west vmtiriA ^ *• *Mflk-to-n«ek raoe be- he i/* Down& *htf free state of Tu ■ r Zandt there lives a man named D. mate by hit side he 3. McPhail who ii chairman ofthe Democratic party executive com- mittee of Van Zandt county, lite Rebel would lik* to see that remark- able gentleman, because he ia the posses- friends with his arm around the waist of her who tor fifty years- had trod the thorny path of life with him alone f Htt $ F as* ; ■ ft*1' '; t ? f f; . Jf! ■ ffll m I Does he not know that the Ed- Wi Carpenter whom he quotes is not now and never was a Socialist f Does he not know that Marx in his - 'Manifesto does not advocate open- V° you doubt this gentle reader f ly legalized community of women h! i"!w !? re^er you ^ * i^y ^an the Supreme Court n., ... .«■- -£ sent ou soaie tiuw of the State ox Texas aoee wnen in •me man in east Texas who mm a droll of solid bone 30'inches thick, capable o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 April 1913

Ibb QKUMOMAffiOTES . une* *t «* cirenjatts* ,,i S will shwr ttrt. ta J* the * o««" we^j ' |o*c a*11 tlien Bj.aJL down to KENT&BStWlON. V RESOLUTIONS. P ha* fit going to la* any .lection might pa« that as ch«*P ■ **♦ **f fcrtT ^ detrimental to th* working class, to Uiu n **M ^ T^1 * «sf*r* dnaiof the voters. Also am Bottom ■"'ffifLlSS? endments to the pre*e*t law .which will ftftol hold oar aU P rt * repreeen WO have *1*0 *° old tv m tke wioag election boards, aam* to b. «I«UT. bj, Ik. mi. and not .p- •® _ **"■ ■ *S5?_u pointlvo an is the case at this tine. tte f*"1" ^>Qoi^°* **• The time has come for all Socialist* ^jsetATas &r11 ~u*'"d i"*b m to sSsy* - p&T MM* Mm AIM I* th— " *«** ontr kick we Sif. tarnln* sot a tlon - - mm** ti—JVVMIIVLIipi w We need the assistance of *v*ry Boe WW- ■ laliat la the State lor by your effort* rwB — yreaent large eiroOatt*. depends its success. km suoeoodod toJtg^VminiA Where do you stand! What will yon i*"i dOf .eir part. consists in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 April 1913

HgjBg vffy... ISis i itt' SSfr s ti < MlM W" . ■:■ : mm ■ > • mm THE AMERICAN * MO ' %*'' '■•' •?SrA>v: ;!■'■- iil ' ,' H * #ss*4 J *:■. ..-^,-4^; c*>i;s2f«,,- ' w6i t" dertaking may seem visionary and foolish to some, he rendered inval- uable service in clearing atfay the brifli ihd dispelling the fog; and ■ i&Zla w,u wwom uus nine norwtta *** r_ Decidedly less Utopian and more ^theie.ttered from be- has flourished, fwedom has failed; practical and promising were the 5SlL-*!7 ^ ** "? .. .. * .t « many elopnienta , •_ The twentieth century, aeoord- ijag to the prophet of Vieter Hu- ia to be the century of human- ity In all the proosasion of tittf e«ot- ariet gone, not'one was fo^ hum- anity. From " From this time mm "ru 8^ *aa _ JUtrnti**- Ktowa aa4 it "to " w n fcaew U be eomet be tolersteda serred; the parasite has worn the what is known as Fourierism play- pnrple of power, wbij* hrniMf in. ed its interesting and historic role ZMior in diwtry has lived in poverty a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 April 1913

Sill v Of 4 (40 If -alit No. is v<mr subwipjion expire* next 08 a risk. ARSmOVR KNEK8 — 0nl7 bsc. — THE GREAT APPKAB 12, 1918. ■if7'** M ip SATURDAY TEXAS, HALLETT OEIBITWV, progress of the pro of the of pi ti.0 arajy] the pas si no of. prohibition. to be able to announce to itareaders this week _ weekly has won another battle for progresa. iW that in our first issue we attacked the pro- it hranded it as a fake, and from that day to this ,Ve kept up a steady fere upon the intrenohment of the flag of surrender lias now been hoisted upon the battlements i ,1 <5 "t un<M. tliA minfli history tof uor issue will no longer disturb the minds ,.tM, Sm have received the news of the downfall T the lips of the commander-in-chief of the prohiW- w ff 4n who has carried the flag of prohibition tod al- it in the citadel of the anti, the Honorable Cone Johnson, learndd the news this way: murder trial (on a charge of venue) in the u^ttsville opened Monday, Cone Johnson was em- State. At the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 April 1913

mmm m ■ h :■< mm k whowas i ;■- '•. wmwML WmMM '£saSs&kWi to mm Ld dentist, s*%j!% £ aP m*m force In oth-j we.-j :t KW of Tex-eord 1bevooal instruekr, Profes- Albert awahla to mo. the la- sor lumberer, the osteopath, and; Tuf8 e# iti members, many other gentlemen, toft of fin- passionately ] „ _ i k eaqr to «m ger, glib of tongue and clever i /<uM,ienea* is if yoa*w & tart leak, from a extracting coin from thoal that en- altack m ~ heiirfiL m is it mm tn **« th« t«r fin'ir offices. ' ■ iff ' "i." " * at its Now let us walk to thejeenter of aboot goebSS, of hiwaiaww oni the square, and go thfcugh the the unsuspeetiiir reader Union, iron railings and enter'the court-,troth all theeSlodedN has the house, let us go by the sheriffs and enemies nevri tlwv t -Mb ir £ ISSl ^ no.. Is the law and Stftrfalist and 011 iso* are The AwwnMled MB for labor gpgpm Weil l I ' iJiiM <«] T' nrrtifiiiMM " ; proauces. l>oggos ant time, f m Ira on J ttaafraid: brow there doin'his we jea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 April 1913

im mm' m XMM WE- masse# of the d From THE month happened. t'when the thinking-' from day ? ions are , chsafed; we d that Morgan ion the 3¥* TBSOOSPKLOP T1 mUTltE ANt> church for" iteument. % the board waa that aii-;deht of nature and he now sleeps that caused us to believe with the unnumbered host thai iaa never to m , num- 8mashed and we hare continuously $ 4 one TW9gi oar view* of men, policies too'mn«H. BUbs this principles and institutions. (owned Or knows that One of ottr pet auperttitiona thtti'r " w litis I p.-.- •' ; •- j\r it " • I pouring into the learned that a wave th^ |he Gal-I)al. News was a great have people the pallid past—yet has spread over the ^^spaper. We are now learning the machine moves on even as the ^ idera learned tW that not only is it not great bat it Socialist party must move on. we ~ and his associatea not even a newspaper in the ! will have our pain, travail, fighta.P* killed the land sense that it covers its own field and bickering/but all revoluti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 April 1913

•f W<H%, TO MBHsaOBB S.JSS&-: SHE ■■■ Hi* mmm ,c IsatlMfc.) SfP" *B" men needed hert were trained *f ill the "old guard" *® JK ruggedbearing fid ss of army Veteran* and thfcy knew no suchwprd as diaceur- M that wiiLoue of w« if commanding r;f. .? He iit and n iia viewt in a eial Destiny of and Bin iw m Wm in reeei r from enclosing l^i'1 e i ifMJ gtb 5^ ■•bel u . mmdm MW,'"" and Reorganization of IndurtiyT" William fitting bore* a "Snapie- ^ - In thia work Brisbane made a U0Q* Part ,n preparing the way for en Association originated by Ud work- strong plea and cogent tutfument «* ««tion along £* *? _ *_ * f, ■MP ansi!!' Going to Ei i*oe for the fir wm sot ealljr" made it complete mzm W& §*TOTn®r,« •igaatata. vK' 'Jlii|fpiai «• We jan tigaktUM ot GOVO* tinea ia the follow ■■i.i ■ •■«!.. mjiuj i .1 -fw ,-i---—, p . ^ ^ _ ^ _ |xy nnniiiirtf- ^ini jvufsir - ^ |>ein 1848 Bria- SgK« wnmnniam that clung to it r « I do all i can to aw md a* j - ■* fr* tea^A^a-. -* r ivm-4 ftrote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 April 1913

A<*SS\35<E\' • ' •.' ' ' ■ • •.<. ..; • . «•••-•.* >■? f; * i. < '■ 7\ ' "JE iti* jr.'laHl 518 Jul? ,,. • ....... this date aa ■sT,f jfB APPEAR 0 fo V8 ONLY BSCA S '--- HALLETT8V i ii, H vifle, T«JU. ?IP ■01$ -T y ' ■ • H*. " ■' •' V '■"••' ARE pNOCR - Off ^ ^ TEXAS, 8ATtJRDAYi AJPtUL W, I913- v If this No. is vour robwiption ^ !Z,^. 94 ' '.^i i§M ?8§5 No OS i''^X -1. H TTv i._.. UlllUil. nal Revenue Collector. He took me Right, Deputy Rufe Pitte d Deputy deputies we^ the witneeeee atfUMt " - - The sheriff, Jc Some weeks ago The Rebel published a double column front page u tnr th« nraanixation of the section men and track foremen wi>«™ "*** v"v"-~ call for the org*f t an(i exploited slaves in the railroad Bond w* set at $250. I'nited States, the poorest paid and expiwea 8. commisaiouer and perwaded Irvife As well as our regular run of 25,000 platoon, we sen^ i one H wm j«4 j} 3 thousand copies to section foremen and section men m iexaa Qn ^ thlrd dmy DeputyMarshal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 April 1913

Mi- w^tissat Imi K*i. ' ll|f f'M ii^S gpSK^ '' '"■ W * '.:i>"f ."t'*'lv ■ '" Vv"V:$i^®3 :r. mi V Hun&>' s-rr.: J - *@rir fminmmi ^fll RSI ii# HJ AiglF ■HI ■M|g|aBii'*i'11 'M rs. imlK' MS If he does not mean the and their pals up over 100,000,- virgin soil that is ara- hess povari to go upon constitutional barriers II t'' I Sp | m K« m... ^Spf: SKI |f |jfe: RstarRadfordfce th^lParraern' of Port of priodpcl onion wreck- 000 HjT~ =™""—*"■ Hp" p«r the _ Commercial Sedretsrfe* Associa- when ton, w out with an artfeb in tb® are let down. , *tat« preaa thia week in which he The Babel hazards a strong m*ea a comparison between the guess that it ia up to Mr. Radford working girls in tha to answer this question. big MUBi nuu farm laborers in the ' •"mntry. Inasmuch eg Mr, Radford was recently uaed to kill the railway mens "full-crew*' bill, he «png moat viciously the state machinery of the Farmers Union to do it, m Now a word to the men getting six dollars a week when they work. Wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 April 1913

mi sk ■ raft Mi ■MM&f-W-- :WS Vnybody that think* that it is ^yZ* to iwW aa wunux- 26,000 mark cswning. We to keep of subs that mm % '■ ■:■!■": ■ §§r m ;vf.H A v: ' .,5.;-2 agflgB institu- South. jot so that Of educa- send along tarateroor AAWU^WU re increase and feel good when on t week like, this we just make a ,*aw. the being Like a, wilH'-the-wiap in front Lf as are the light® that signal '100,000." , Yet so strong is our faith that in spite of the battle we are going through we feel oonfi- ! (icnt that we will get there bfefore long. The big things The Rebel has started are growing larger all the time Th« interest in the Renters Ltlnion is increasing and we are daily getting more information up- on land frauds, as will be seen in our next issue, i We shall also publish a story aliont Standard Oil that will be the most complete tola tion ever published We mention these you will see the ling youiH h big club a* offer of three ^teekH tfgo in which we promise to send "The Call ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 April 1913

the n M'i ■ - • ■- ' '- . i-'i'-:.'.-- •'. fe:; AU,'iS s • •' ; i M?9 • . **'«£&jEuK' ...": "^ 1 v\ si-*# ^_ ., 'v^fhriSt'^''!''• & * american movemen1 Bt Su3sti Dsit *• frt* iruuu^ j>w_ a. . ' • *a*«k m if j|U£. ■B ■I IS tamM-:-- I f la July, 18W, tta nflwri ttriket, supported by the reilroed I^X^Ubly <ta Biotfc - etbood of Locomotive Engineer® and Brotherhood of Locomotive ' Firemen, waged with intense aerer ity and resulting in widespread rioting, bloodshed and destruction Of property, spread over a Tsst with greater energy and determination. 11 in the events that followed swiftly during these years it will be noted that the United Stated had become entirely Europeans respect to the suppresnon of ex- ploited and discontented working- UTIm of Mia, R Driver scientific principles end the of eaoieer whieh produce - _ George Engel who dotal the in same craei fate said: tf 'Anarchism and Boeii^nn are as much alike in my opinion, as property, ipreaa over a ™ , one egg is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 April 1913

' SrsPB rrWwH ..*410 foe ■■HSOsr. ■ ■ "•• •'••< ■^.>;^-v. .imiSSSBM # ■ • -V , . ::^ . >4^ _lil - ' ' ■ppM ■mm ■ - ftll 'aflK;!; . 'f ••c®? rflfeig1 I i 1 it B # 9^ WWBM& THE OREAT APPEAR ® at Hallettsf of March 3, 'TV . -', gSSfc&f&q **$ ,i|s —IroSMBBBI r#™ i ' .* 'i-.'■ ," 's*;;;f .. y. VBONLY BKOAl RALLETTSVI1 I**.11' /«« 0* OUR KNEES LET VB A RISE. „—i—jj.—- r '• TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL «, 1913. I. A. We per S<8l * « ^ fc if m No. oi>po«w yo-w M * Q 5 r <rht*fiptKm expiree B«1 l*n' ^ to*? *au |^pf" *o 04 r*-r .Tirififrh' For twenty yeaw the ?twd rd Oil Company b«l*en ujtov, in Tmt mi «*T «W «*f J** **""* doing a fight presence here it already known at Hickey. The enemiea of the oilw They have even lent their wcret !n'!-!L the Bute and the Standard. A multitude of Texans thought ^ - herc j ^ and .they jkat when the Waters Pierce Oil Company had been fined the enorm- from t&e cradle until today. They «i am sum of $1^00,000 that the Standard Oil Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 April 1913

'"I' HI' I""'* relate to the WmM mrA 'Wd'l i at this late hour, to insofar as that PPPHj of prodf woi most show the conn that frade of the rest of the no moh "The court* of Twuw have held that if it could he shown that the conspiracy was formed to monopolize the trade of the whole United Stales and that conspiracy, even at that time' or at a later iate, contemplated the monopoly of the trade in Texas, then any cor- poration or individual who became a party to it, would be in violation it the Texaa anti trust law. Bit ®fe f§ '.efi. S lii "Hence I conclude that Rockefeller, Arehbokl, unji the various lionets of the trust agreement of 1882. or any individual who hu joined them at a later date, which every court in th^ country, includ- ing the United States Supreme Court, have held to be an attempt to actually monopolize the trade in oil, cannot, so long as they continue ■«id conapiraeyyengage in the oil business in the State of Texas, with- out violating the anti-trust lawjof this stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 April 1913

1.V ;'S "'X - ' •■••iV m 'mm* I Aiwrj CHIGGER. $ ssr K-' * ,«jL_J|i A council of w« .*m held in The gebei front office last week. There "" ' * ' ' the managing manager, the the bookkeeper, x '■■ on was considered big question it was, one that the future Here it is: - TO EVEEY READER OF THE REBEL This is so kwst of calamity, The Bebel la stt ud imt will D« la rack shape as to ask for charity. Alt we aak that you help youmlv hy helping w main The Rehei a five- fold more efficient and nowerful wm&- on of the Southern working clua by patting this office In a position to make one gigantic, prolonged drive for the 100,000 mark. . .All that It needed to put us in shape to secure 100,000 subs by election day, next year, is about 16000 worth of sub- scriptions received within a few weeks' time, after which the finances will take care of themselves. This is needed to pay off $3000 due on machinery, 91000 that is otherwise due and $2000 that Is wanted for need ed improvements and as a figh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 April 1913

.mmz if§sl mm km " " ?*' V'-. '"!/.'v' ^ '"r^V;' ' *" " r';:' . ._J| ~0M> V ■jjWWMMiwsffa*^^ Win II i I imii • «*SBiflS; *st;£ j^aaawafeg .Jr-'.-;*§W$ v".~ v***-- ^{B| Ss^l pr ■>■ "% g -It r^i SHf3S leSoi |MERtC/lN movement Sh&K£*^ yimm&m %! !•$&!§. &! '•* -v . •% • ■ . , V 4 . •\ ir$&N#£ liiiS^ J-V.V- • "' SSW UM> >4 LETTER TO MOTHER. turbulence i ' ■ bwy ignorant world about this revolutionary nucleus knew little or n«&W about it; had no conception of Ha significance and looked upon its adherents as fool' iah fanatics whose antics were harmless-and whose designs would dissolve like bubbles on the surface of a stream. Looking backward it is not dif- w«"wl to $« crimes of plutocratic tyranny and ***** misrule. depntie* . fn 1K)UT..nn.n Hwinln/1 nnhl- V theM HDBRS tas watsta. ' -i'W*8t Virginia. Mothers— 7- one portion of the Sunny South where the Iron Heel of cap- ital ia upon the necks of the rent- ers for whom you have performed such. valiant se...

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

'-ia 17. * *f « ,]. tiog key Tt bw 'I11* •io •if* "n ain br *ir H 2„ )• fe- ll. is if r. ir * i f f |fa rthis date "* T 27 ^ppa •"S "Y ' ' OilTLY B1TCA .'ZA- • V.rV, : - ' -J'i irfl * /-• gj a: THE GREAT APPEAR X' W HALLETTSVI EON OUR KNEES — LET SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1 1 " A. moXXT, Bdtttr tod Owan. 60c p«I it; CttbS Of i (40 VHto) 26c If this No. is opposite your name QC ^rour subsciption expires next issue NO 00 icKmexi 9 Organiz- er Eailroaded. '■ • - : V"'t < .*>"'If f© orge Andrew*, the J^^P&e Indi rkers of inW el was he is ble to be to coml| the requisition of ; he was' rind wi! national still in of we iH Oklahoma and is for. swne- [Uitt rec- Gov. the resolt away tmmediate- tostay i# jail until o f ffiegil whiskey 1 There is not but AMt An- *' to t&at old is shadow ■ws has acti if the — '.~Tvr , , t ^ Since The Rebel latter in tbat from the edit from ma iew the ' fhnizer to an >lished letters i who* t. The S >f the a the a, is "0 o £ ire re* following Newcastle...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 May 1913

•->>auk** .> ' ~ '' * * -'."~""' ' *~ - * " ' ; '■ . :Kyf,^flitey -sSfevr i. ' -K - - i« ml\ becomj P«i* l. eiecfcjona were held and grim convened with the sole re\ising the Constitution ▼e nothing United states, and atth« [,|I1 li®.' mi j'S' ik' I k. j- ' <]l ■ B KM; IjfB'j 441- 8t J-K-'*fr / Hi ™tJ4i legislature in the South, rhe Rebel wishes to Mr Oat we aave nothing to take beck and oar inly complaint is that our fnwpof '•he Engfth language is not strong enough to properly characterise, «rigmatize and with words of fire ash the cattle that make up these teurbon bodies. I am deeply concerned over the against powerful public mmttmmt may wowed through out the country 'in auk a manner H to Make Georgia Ishamed of iteeif and to compel the •p®dy repeal of this disgraceful atet. We fear that the wish of the good Mr. Hutson that Georgia will become ashamed of itself is not question of what state in the 8outh. | Jike]y for me time. It through it« legislatures, rinks to " "•he...

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