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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 June 1913

T -- V. SLAVERY THEN AND NOW. ' 'irt fee. Bockdals. Bd. A. ,. afe Ballet* 1#1B have It >• &Sj3 4 <£-/ r-,- ByE ,rr"~ ■ ■ ■ ■/■■x • iU ■: tSKSB J- ■ .y Sk%?3 ifp . - , gram "v'-"1 ''V ! •"' —i .J '£?'] Mm who w. J« be waits jjpjag and T&a p to it and the rs- eing to be seen. cussed *pd 4ir mailed oat. If I fM>' exist in &n mdlEP nea^everyportion of the Booth mm* help is coming to <4 Sfr local hu not received e«ne I'•a*= ■™eh.' 5 me*n' I™ - « ««««od .h.y will b, I ss&If sent. Balloting closes July 1st. t |he roost , For instance, one referendum A, iut to treat of the several sorts of servants, ' " Put* iuttd proper slavery Amerir&na who are demanding the to work are those who also that w light shall not be dependent upon paying ai| " capitalistic slits a luge per of the Workers' earnings. Oklahoma Motes. v.. ,, * J ... l. lir, Sec., Oklahoma, Ok. The Currie and Noble tabernacle dates ai^ called off for the pres- Ck>l. Dick Maple, the noted au- Z7m of...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 June 1913

SBfflfc'V ;-'.- pRW^SS^f fiSjMifa -"U. 'vV: •■ V V:vj ':iv i£'- ' '"7^A? A% Priceat (... *&£ is&ISw life f; If!' 4 ' II !:! ill I? if : f I K'l W' ftwOb i , the founder of tin Industrial Union of Track men, is Mill languishing in Jail in Waurika, Oklahoma. If lie tad not offended the masters by starting the Trackmen's Union he would be in peace and quietness with His wife and children i nine borne at Ct-jweon, Texaa. There iiQUJrt one thing in thia world he wants and that is to get the Trackmen's Or ganization under way. The Rebel has jnart made a short trip into East Texas and discussed the pos- sibilities of organizing the union that Andrews has launched. _The conservatives lacked .ihe intelli- gence that I spoke to ut- to organize. This was the cry that w£nt up in 188$ when E. V. Debs, Treasurer of th« Brotherhood of Local Firemen, took the first steps to launch the Brotherhood of Rail" way Brakemen, which was organ* ized at Omeonta, N. Y., that year. Debs was Seluged wit...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 June 1913

w« or """ r. *m wfcr.yjL ILr°ttptl <2 **■' * Win. I this ""0|> £KS I $5 "'^'ti'-aj J. *0rk of J «P'°itat10 2rk °f tu Vt the f rop thout which Lot ,be- i ^:,a" >1, ffiSffittv K 280 301 this date lllf _ jut GREAT APPBAB ORE AT TO C8 ONLY BECAUSE! WB Alt E ON OUB KNEES 1911, M«U TSSSS^t rest is an there flor Oar the i seat MT*fak hoar to this we rib blows upon it piow.. yr did this fact that some Halletts HALLETTSVI mfii LET US A RISE. *. A. noXBT, BtttMr uitf Owner. • - . -. , u. j .*■ — ■ .. - ; - • fOe ft jr; elate ef « <«o w««ks) 26c If this No. is eppoms your name < aa your subaciptkm expires next issue 1 UZ SATURDAY, JUNE 14,1913. Steady Men, Steady on the Line! toon move- from that food continued to cham loring the most hon- est a terrific tug of war is taking place I the two gr^at class divi** ut- ®°ciety( r- the Pro- enJOy, If [ ar« linn? labor 0f * and U* « 'rom £ intf in and attaCk- ableras it was * men and sweetest, pure£ wo- men in the South was championing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 June 1913

vs. fs-fr 'M ft" # I Fife' . I ; I ii 1 ./ fil" Jj i" I p sw-4 Wh Ipl IM -V* ' i) My nam* is D..A. Clin© andmy postoffife is Mt. Sylvan, Bmith count# I live two miles north of Mt, Shiran. I first rented land and moved qjn to the Steiner Valley farm in Will county. Tapes, December I8th 1684. ' There were ssin ||Baf land on the about renting and cultivating i this farm. There were sev- h i ¥ ii informs lia death in the Pope banker re- Stato convicts knocked St down that •ad got in line and wer eforeed by -®010® M the guards to kiek these stalks, lad* 5®***' t° • en with our ungathered cotton in- Pint that the to the windrows with thefr fe>et, adjust audi - „.D thus making stalk rakes of their j« iatoneato of tha'Bomaa limbs. Now be it remembered that Church. Aoeording to a statement all farming-land in those parts of "a*"® *>7 felose friend of Texas wss and is always rented by the Morgan family who is visiting or before Joly. 8o this being the there, jtia believed that he would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 June 1913

i^r, ■i sksbj i ~™ K: w W& ' .'-A m m ■ ~yr+- ■ - ••'§ I ;' • "7""- , «:,.. -. x,. ',d* fa-'/iiMj, y/U&j* <_•: :. ■ „.. Vfv* •si* " I ■"* '*•' . Farmer* r. I ' ior AND row. 'vS*''" article in Bulletin by under tike Now cornea the glad season o! the year? p , When the crop* are laid by And ttS'-Uve one can rustle subs, b .■ < rrvi THE IKDVSTHl W0RKE&8 lit m E', tinp portant ■V If h|t4i only half try, try, try. The circulation man and the editor had a row this morning. The C. M. told the Bom Reb that he had to have two column* for our Rebs this week. The B. R. daid that'the paper was ao chodc full of educational matter thia week that two parapragha would have to do. I guess the man is right aa the column* ahow. So P. Dfbs.) Wortera Ideational < JB one of the Titafty iin- * f* will teach 'thf i worker* ia tha complete operation jit and control of the industry which they aw employed about that! ught to your at- don't imt an end to it h* And why ahould hat And Duldn'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 June 1913

w SENATORIAL sa CANDIDATE r. The waiters of Dallas hare atorial Then it ed and f V I I There be men who prof cm to know me weU who declare with the utmost sincerity that the editor of this gnat religious weekly is as intense egcpst who is as pasi ly devoted to the personal pronoun as a conceited cockney. Nothing opuld be farther from the truth because I belier® we are all creat- ures of circumstances Subject to law* of heredity, prenatal influ- ence and environment and while we can to e limited degree react upon our environment and mold and shape it, still dominant factor! in our make up—our heredity and prenatal influence — are things that the individual has no more to do with than he has had. to do with the placing of the stars in the sky. I did not select my parents nor the land of my birth; f did not make a hair in my head nor determine the expression of my eye or the color of my skin; that I did not first iook upon China in- stead of Ireland was something that I was not consult...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 June 1913

'■Mp i,«v ■ • , '-«•*'- ';"s- -'■■ • & Totou •aba previously reported 28,359 , expiring sabs last weelc__265 New subs nlOKMY, Adltoi and Own 60C per 7x; clubs of « (40 weeks) 36c the week No. subscriber* this data 2 3 , 4 x x If this No. is cpposite your name | /\^ your subsciption expires next issue Oo t THE GREAT APPEAR QBE AT TO US ONLY EEC A LET US ARISE natter uuiy 1911, at the postoffice at Hallstta-' Tax.,glider the act of March 8, 79 BALLETTSVI lave ere- hiig ra- W on 1st U. THE WEST VIRGINIA "Confusion, worst coufounded," describes the situation in West Virginia. Everything seems to be topsy-turvy so far as the news reports are concerned. That this should be so for the past year when the Associated Press correspond- ent was one of the intense parti- sans of the Coal Trust and in fact acted as one of the military offi- cial, was not at all atrange. But what are we to think when we find that the committee appointed by the National Committeerof the So- cialist Party . make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 June 1913

« . -r„jVjFft^'jf&m *■ • |S *''■;£:■ : <'~7'l ■ '■&•'■?( >'^"s -„ HI .JPPi«p* ® ••?Ji$&-S Letter From Andrews *"* • 7//wr" $# ?SLT- >*w*wb . - ■ il If' f-i f> • W wmji P%.r fc •• i fe/ ■ Waurika. Okla. June 10,1913 An **fci in Collier's Weekly- Editor Rebel, " {u?der **" *bo.v®. title gives com- Hallettsville Texan I Pfcte substantiation to what we Things ate on a change printed in these column* several up here since The Bebel ia being «8°: circulated pretty freely. Every 11 TO* aw the terms of these Rebel reader in this county ia bandits f If they are not fighting watching the movements of the for «** or for fun or far ambition, conspirators, and aa a reault the ^ «* they fighting fort If County attorney and county judge, j *^_Jlre n,ot bandits what are they T B. T. Price, would give a good deal | bandits of Mexico are if they had let the Co-operative noting for liberty—not for aome Industrial Union of Railway! chimerical or ideal liberty that ia Trackmen al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 June 1913

/* 'to niil- ^rikeni in the building place. is a member of the Socialist I of Birmingham and gives out oUowing statement as to the „ immediate cause of my rampv "m* Wood in •>' reply to the -tent of -tke Corumiwiouon ' were r^ioM in connection with the re. itrikc of wck-r* in tin- building If I had appeared before tke .dors' Association and strongly ^ced the strikers, promising the to all arrested, to my critics, in r ini()n, that would not hare shown i of judicial poise and temperament j J would doubtless still be Becorder. i<)i#ke no mistake, I was discharged actions in two matters—hold- tl,<. sonles equally between the rich I poor in cases involving- the mor- 0V lack of them, of the rich and ^nent, *ud holding the scales illy between selfish wealth and, Lying labor. - removal of Wood by the com * was an arbitrary act. The has paterson by the throat. The answer to this question is simple—a few big capitalists. - It is they who stand in the way of the Settlement of the str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 June 1913

WBmm W. y.xijpap | — - fflsPS i7X: ■\S' ®p.,T, V:v ■>"'••' :m flHf^ra ¥*•' £$ S&r jaira I S gw •-■•- ■ ■ *■;.■: . ■ ,. , . , ' ' . . wmm Get the Mm "~ZZ 'Z.&S. c J3m:. ".. I; j p r': •- ■-•••"' I './,-. i RiV . r B fe m m i I •, fa J 38 The gm&Il business man was chuckling to himself as he stood in the door of his store an<J watched the rain, slowly falL "Oh wise one," he cried as that stout indirj vidua! hove in sight, "this rain is MJB/f OWNERSHIP OF A wise man, speaking in Cana- da recently, ealdr^ "We don t vut a few rich gentle, men to ill in London and New York and hold our land out of see until other people's industry gives it valve that they don't earn. Tike eapL WHY NOT INVESTIGATE LOUISIANAf new the "it*/. n ■ </ zo. muv, «... £&% z 'rv°n, w swis&sss we will get (he corn this fall sure. I farmer-speculator, because as a rule It looks as if We are going to get a h® 8et enough real work done on good prife for cotton and while viTgia *°u t0 p*7 W8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

■ i:Mft:. •-.' ' y^pB wsafs*'- previously reported 23,411 last week—231 last week 279 for the week Total No. subscribers this data • . > . • 2 3,459 y*xjr& s WM, - %rm &9£SnBm 3£3 -■' .>■■'■ ■"■ ■', m ■ s ' ■■ ":'- ""* .,;;-rfV V'TV * Urn .-.r—rf /•• • m . * I / 2'fl£ Gfl^r APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE AR E ON OUR KNEES — LET 08 A ill SB. X. A. SlOXJuT Sditoi ftud Uwnr 60c per 71; tuou o« ♦ iit> vf«k , If this No. it cpposiu your name < a|| your subseiption expiree Rent mac * VrT — ALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNK J8, WS. *© 103 P JALLISG THE EDITORS. ■1 la the city of Houston, 'Feus, a small little man with a great big brain lives very quietly and not oae human in a thousand knows that he is one of the hardest werking lawyers in the South who has do0l more than any other lawyer in America to trail the Standard Oil pirates to their lair. His name is Wiiliam H. Gray, the man who wrote the famous Rule of Reason, a book that went to the very heart of the le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

• ■ - ' wmm'\ sv ,$ ' fSMSJ:'- J. E Stokes, Cherokee oounty, Teaas, roe in aiblg club aad aayat "Baeh una u I mm very anxious to 4* The ■MiHS&PSH IP a$B:. .yf •■■, I ?r I 1 U: with the ofte still oon- it looks m if the fight be along sustained one. There in but one w$y that we can keep and. that is by putting more ■till mote close in the paper week and through our col- umns do «uch constructive work tha* our i>aper becomes an actual nec easily to the workers. Then aa a matter of coarse we cannot die ang W? are bound to win in our battle., with the offfe. How neces- sary the Rebel ia to the workers will be clearly shoffft in our next issue No. 104. Plea^ remember ChfeA* evto after receiving the paper there will b? still time to fire in the orders Is Hie Wttl print some thourikndli ol cuttrh'ifoptei. How- ever, so' cliknc^ of had better ^ in on oyder now the Ijo- every- . ae . inie price W to ten thousand, I M a apiocfe. Poh't overlook the year subs for $1. Wifcm is going down ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

mWm ■w. m wmm ,t rr«r ft V>' ,■"■■'•;£/ Sl^i^iT.v , • 7; 2 va, .ft' " ;" .« Tr , V -A. 'i sis' ■ I ■"' : . _____ rwU *Jg& . ' I# w.! -Hf |l:A- ii- •—•■^7*7-^*-;' •'•"■ '■-■fjt--—.-—- '■■ -HtlX-.U *'iiiip|l^',J|l<,1 -if ~' • -mfii "11 <) . ** 3 ■ ■; sr. •*## i^tsi 1 f*.v. -qp pMt*gij* ^ feV: !,-« it-.# tifim-M wa«s " , o-a- i. .£, ft1 J J--.'!., , « ff . A * „ i -.«W J &>', , - w « * -,w T W* V iJTT „ir r? >;*i U xt UtiU 6«V ' 4 **'"« J f -'i '•} «• • •sfii:.ai *-w i *ir 'smm *« i>jrt ' j )". ')«t, .< - 4 >!)•. « H «•> •' S I AWAY DOWN IN THIS LITTLE OLD SOUTHEBN TOW TWO YEARS AGO THE REBEL WAS BORN, RICH IN HOPB BUT ALMH5HTY SMALL IN CAPITAL AND RBSOUROHS. fr'8 FOUNDER! POSSESSED BNTHU8IASM, INDUSTRY AND THAT PECULIAR QUALITY CALLED FAITH, THAT IS SAID TO MOVE MOUNTAINS. ITS FOUNDBR8 WBRB MBH WHO POSSESSED SOME DEGREE OF SKILL IN THB DIFFICULT ART OF NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING. AS A RESULT WJ BB- W s# ,x • • .# *r ri<m$ "■ tiit' a** l-**\ Mrfl «in : )...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

^ v.; -' •, s ■ \ f. •s£ .:•'/■,■■ V, '!>, i 1 illWe&Si&SJ&fcrtfe lliagg^l " • ' < • • • i-. *. . ♦ •« Mjj@$ ■ nn THB H ■ /*?■■: 3M o SBSK-' rasfe K HRr |||| '< i B 1©8i# &. ■BPr^ $rr I. mr- m Wm&t ® TO ii.V: rO(7 RAfLROAD MEN* (By ft V; Del*:) * The moat pathetic object to me js a corporation slave with a dar- fihif diamond or a constellation of trass buttons to deeorate his de- formity and hide the hollows in his gray matter. He swells like a toad as he talks about the good "Swages "we" are p&yinfH i® a part of the corporation, as a pimple is a part of a plutocrat, lie has hinges in his knees. He fawns like a spaniel at the feet of an official, but snarls like a cur at the car inspector or track man. He believe in the "brother- hed «f capital and labor;" he is - "conservative;" is opposed to poli- tics in the union or the journal; talks about his masters as "our superiors;" is proud of his pusil- animity; does with alacrity what He is ordered to do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 June 1913

. KajufflSRHE ifefl f\^WxS£B iim ®i@Ex &-. : '-. ® I4: HUgM !Sw ■K ',?■ -« ' &! fe --r =%r \/ '< 'J- / / V * W !. J B': IS, & W'L- Si " PI wm. WM 1 >.W # \ \ mfm mm M / *JKV ' " Ik ' >r- & mw: sste HfMh P At ll'Wi 1 ■m ii m m !,■ \ M,

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

< V ■ * . •" ~< wmmrmrn* $ . ■■■?.'?>' . 'Tij if'. .A ■ i ■■' -■■'->• V: •.:* VW-'-ii . . s_ F previously reported 23,459 robs last week 269 i M last week. ifor the week ...238 31 Total No. subscribers, this data ? 3 > 41 8 ;i rl", v & ' ; r'/ *■ * M- >: r* fif, -- • - - r.y._JK- . v .. Y ^v . ... ^¥p , ^ - -T.•-/,-; . ;JJ _ '■■■ .. , — rr ■ ■ 1 ■ ■ '-' J?~ ■ r- ■ r- r THE QBE AT APPEAR GREAT TO UB ONLY BECAUSE WE AR E ON OUR KNEE8 LET US A KI8E. t. a. Of #« (40 If this No. ia epposito your : your subsCiption expires next 105 Entered >t the poetoffiee ville,Tex.,under the act of March S, HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913. LAND PROBLEM. m, tfw third issue of The Rebel published July 15, V?11'there first call for the organization^ the Renters Lrnon. thrtn Wa declared that if the ever-present problem of _ e was to be settled that it must be aettled by the mastts of sharkers who till the land. , We said that it -M, the h«ht of folfc to «peet tket th&l...

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

'sees C'J « iggpt Ta<^/: ®l arms? PI- v . I S&> Hfr ♦ : BB ■■;*;,V^.'":>T -s.',,-' mi ;."■•*■■ JB8WffS BiSM.* r y . h J I —■"' • • , ,1/, v. j* .'.- . ^ . • 'L- W ,♦ -C. , 0y Y*- * -twA* S ■$[ ■ i . ' -v- • • • ''•'•'>w*4 ■' ;*^V '; *1 B.D/11# TOP 1 Air VI) nnaAN Mr Awfibelfr was not guilty andevery ounce of rMem force flUtiMr. Wilson, I knew him when FROM THE JAILKU UnttAir- «r. w_^"_ ^LzESH w. I *. I™ *« w «h. m«« big U« firing Mm %lgjjpfe«s^ ~7jy |jj 1. - . jh f|lJP -j, By Gfto. Andmwb. WmM lifel raSttSi'.'Si:- & Jail, Waurika, Olda., June 29. The Co-operative Industrial Un- nion of Railway Trackmen was or- ganized at Cresson, Texas, during the early spring of 1§13. Immedia- TO-" fa B I M B& i> fefiv m tely railway detectives began to morning, I met a woman, who car- lay plans to break this union up. ried in her hand a basket, which Their old trick of placing dynam- appeared to be filled with some ite, was put into operation aa usual thing to eat There ...

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

s§k mm is if y.ag?Bir> -np ;3^tr: \ - 'iK./iw' ' ... •, ......—.;, '- • :,■■ : .?-•■ ' . ,, rv. ' •..-: ^ ; 'A v-*ioag| •••■ ■• •■-■■- ■. . ■ -■•*■ • i ■■';;■ /- 4- . S£" •' /: ! IKEBS. HIGH WAGES TBS HE8VLT time mad llWd tf WW Ol this < cheaply DB. i. NO 104 of The I Th« Rebel has ever maintained difSSrwlited*K weathered tWO that tariff question il simply and some employes wore doing it *11 wT started "the a question between different Beta the time aH employ were mwe or hw / yean- "® Starred ¥W 'i. Jt ,5rf <__j tj._. __ fBI> I rode and impertinent, Utd demanded ruinous weekly on a shoe I capitalists and that «o lar aal d nt^yed p^rt^uj outra«eou« <**£ speak and the fact the worker . concerned, whether WJkg#g> jB England, however, as he "r W*v„ I in shcfp, mill, mine or factory, he I went on to explain, nch reprahensi- t we have uvea a e ^ should not concern them- ibis conduct *u impossible-, because E ttat eueh a paper W« u ^ ,*M tue jocivco I of valuable low-pric...

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

mil wm m m ill Sl:. ^ Dinah. 0, peenifokl N< **"*\TiLTX uK T^nly searching for employment H«ve f<mBd yoOTdf * catch old-mom* for I never could u...*nnspeakably d predica ! I shore - new- K ■ -- catch have turned him looee. Ephraim. Hello, Slater Dinah, I shore ia glad to Ha you. How am you feelin today f 7 D. Wif Hay fingers of course. E. Yea, dere you go always sell- ing somebody put. Emm good to you! According to the mSat reliable porta at our at least lour wSX&em that unspeakably sad rnentf Have you ever gone friend- lea^ homefew and jobless ffrrto a great city! — and, by the way, my friends, .* peo pie are never quite so strange to *■ * •"■"* I W,tt, artificial, crowded and upon n but w «""«> <** ** i _ • .Y"l £**?•?7„ them ro the large dtk*. V nrSitrS«£^ rather be triradlai out KBw, DiMh, «n people en the A*eri«i. d«ert th« to be do not hab money, and when dey get sick, dey can't work and what- friendless in New York or Chicago. Have you ever walked up one side ...

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