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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 August 1913

w 50c y«r tt; etaw of 4 (40 WaaV subscribers this date If this No. it toosn# i'var nsme your subsapaun sxniros next mt 1W01MFAT OWPir TO ONLY BECA A RE OS OUR KNEES— LET VB ARISE. -f Vifr ' 1. Entered ap second-das* 1911, at the postoffice ▼flle, Tex., under act of Mar. 8^ 1879. SATURDAY, AVOVST 16, 1018. HALLETT8 V1LLE WW: 11, this year The ^ebel six Mlumn front pafee ier the head: "HLER- iTO GRAB AMERICA." Our*friendf"like M A. Smith, one of tirs elder* of the Methodist church,were good enough to say that it wag one of the most comprehensive articles on the Cath- olic church ever written. Vi\ turned the searchlight on that in- stitution and proved historically that the church demands temporal power and insistently asserts that a Catholic owns allegiance to Rome first and America afterwards. In support this position We quoted __ i Fathef Phelan, the editor ol the row Wilson and that lie 'Western Watchman" the official orgaH of the Catholic church of the diocese of St Louis as follo...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 August 1913

m r • ■ ^ :; :tw- \ '■' :' '5,^'-.>;-'>,C;'"v ■ ■ l^\ ' "rf -i" ';V- ' \ ™. ; : Map IHP spj ^$fl wiBii "SB X^'.i— BP? *<&£ . m m rv ( *? •jrnrjK' of "v.,"'..-' r?r; f&; k s&. m n (ASdrtm delivered at The Fourth American Peace Congress, St. Louis, Mo., Friday evening, May 2, 191$; By Dr. Thomas * Edward Green.— From "The Womaoa Na- tional Weekly", St. Louis.) If money iB the measure of eco- nomic value, civilisation is today face to face with its most stupend- ous problem. At least 65 PER CENT OF THE INCOME OF THE GREAT NATIONS IS DE- VOTED TO A COMMON PUR- POSE. By common consent that purpose rauks low in the scale of moral appraisement. THE SPIRIT OF THE AQE IS INSTINCT WITH ATTAIN* MENT. IT IS WRITING NEW CHAPTERS IN THE ANNALS OF ENLIGHTENMENT. , ITS PARTICULAR OBJECT IS THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN at;*ep«ftentative§ of , • <5ut out all reference to ual side of religion, all "■ 1 salvation or bar— ^ struggle M home. They know that on these same people they dep...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 August 1913

! J m this i*theift Uon:At thuend of the line: wt ar« worbng 15 Iwttw « day in the a^fni heat of South Texas to produce a paper at the lowest pO«We cost of produc- tion Scan all the papers published in the 16 southern states and tell ua if you can find one that fights the battles of the toilers like The Rebel docs, regardless of what price you may pay for itl Did* we charge $2 for 40 weeks instead o|^3 cents the price would hot be too much and • yet we are standing still in circula- tion and we know that it is no fault of ours. Is it your fault, you that \ read thiat why are you lying idle t why don't you help in the battle! Do you think it is fair to put all the work on the shoulders of a few! If there was any graft attached to publishing a paper practically without advertising at 25 cents for 40 weeks, then surely you are just- ified in lying.down. But a< you know it's a struggle to meet expen- ses without a hope of financial gain please justify yourself when you stand idle whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 August 1913

K \y. as^safss S^®E«wh ia mM7 who >; to the SMiwtary seSS^S^aMBMf" '"*' Section 10. PO* TBS , ...-• ■ ' :■ . ' -■-- '• ""' -' '• ■r • kmm ->N. :'?".r^ . • Bp [i ifg* Mm V'< v .; J* <lltolsli*^M V x ABTIOLB L—(Hotnl Un. Seetitn 1. The titlb of t hi ^organisa- tion it the Renter* Union Co.Operative Heme Builders Annotation. . fcetlen & lt« powsrs shall be to ap- point solictors, to select and purchase largotraets of land on whieh to colon. iae its members, to develop co-operative farming and other social enterprises— *o ^regulate the disposition <tf funds and take such otbar steps as will pro- mote the general' welfare of the Asso- ciation. ABTIOLB EL—Of fleets and Their Dsttaa. ^ection 1. The general officers of fleneinSSjL A^^Se^t^" jM@S 5* ArtiX*!"' A* P'0**? Treasurer and omMfcneral Inspector.' SST Thw* officers shall be elected aVnual-! J™JgHJj'a* *her* J ly by the .State membership, and shall j S ^ "?"* v uot serve more than two terma in sue- fli ♦ ♦ cosaiea. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 August 1913

m mSm i .>* • t * iS?f S3'- . • KB ffi aw r • •*..: •/••.•• v1-* —-. ; f i.,-y ^>- •« «J N '■p" JU. wmm ■HiM fe Khm^ - P«rt d 23,385 la* weak. .517 W0dt....\.495 :'S| mm for the w«ek_ 22 Total No. mtariben this date Mr ' '.' ; ■ ' .'• 23.363 ntered u _ 1911, at the pottaffie* H r—f- viUe, Tex., nadwr met U Max. % 187ft. / Are Our Enemies. We take this extract from « ser- mon preached in St Look, Mo J<ine 30, by Priest D. S. Phelan,' -Oitor of the weii known Romanist Jiurch paper, The Western Watch- man, of that city (official organ of the diocese of St Louis). Father T °*gAT APPSA* 0BS1T 70 ™ "* a MPS ova KNEM8— LMT Va AB^ HALLSTTBV1JJJI, Tttis, SATURDAY, A! OUST 28, 1913. T. A. BUMBT, Bdttor and «0c ptr jt; dote of 4 (40 mU) e, this No. is opposite your name 1 4 jour mbsorfption expires next issue a 1 "And why is it that the ChurSh is strong; why is it everybody Is afraid of the Catholic Church* And the American people are more afraid of her than any people of ; the world....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 August 1913

MisMSMWft m&ts . —- ■ ■ ■ _ * :-••?: iL..,.., V K pp skSWBKJ- 'V ' *. JMtf P fe- ll Efcid ill SPwfe to f*|J S has Just beeal held la the T<m, distnet «. Clfejtt. r«n vu ths Socialist candidate. m anM the product by a vote ef M (Socialist) to 89 (Democrat). He also cards* six other precincts la the coun- ty. The (atom ere not all in, ao the total rote cannot bo given, bat it is aatinuted that the Socialist vote of last fail is quadrupled.— Party Builder. . the secular cry of intolerance. ligious persecution over of the Charlotte, School Board to m-eleet two fe- male publio ylml who are Rnman Catholic*. The impression which the newspapers and the speakers at a public meeting to pro- test against this action have spread abroad, is that the rfi«wimifi^fimn against, these teacher* waa solely< on the ground of their religiouA mmrnm xmk? COMMON thia out on . ^r faith. As Colier'a Weekly, owned by Romanists, puts it: "No charge is made that their teaching was in- efficient, or tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 August 1913

w ...J. > «•-• St." •r'^T- mt: xjt- m GOVERNMENT STRIKE. f and protest- Railway Union by armed torn, I>am>w, attorney for the American (Believing thai no one event in Hie, i«bor movemai0p^^^H wss of greater historical signifi- «fi w than the gigantic A. B. U. Etrifcft of 1904 the Rebel deems it not oat of place to reproduce here- with Comrade Debs' masterly ar- ed against the Federal troops be- ing used in their state and city for such a malign purpose. ^ ^ This is the fact and I shall prove of America Iil b«5rond doubt before this article is concluded. Cleveland Omits Reference to ^ Judge Woods. The late Judge William A tide,written some years ago.—Ed) f^1^ as one of the prin- cipal judge in the Chicago afffl^" In the July issue of McClure'sj*®8®1**® the injunctions, citing the Magazine ex-President Grover atrikerato appear before him and Cleveland has an article on "The septencing them to jail without Government in the Chicago Strike (trial, but President Cleveland dis- o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 August 1913

' - v.""' ' _ : A v-4' sL w«" MSB# : ■ AV -.*•;• K? **P B SsSas! "' m§?k B wmmm tney ding to the oat-grown old Mitche trade onion * d Its KkKfy msthods. Wo have had the proof say, and that is what of this over and ow again. Take |^-that there ia no ne all the great strikes that have oo- fllet between them, it ^■HfiiHiiiifeiiMiM " the firifting that is (Bt Eugswi Y. Dns.) , MBByyPBPL. .r r tr . hihh ihh The molt important fact in all «urred in Chicago during the last world for workingmen to reo- h"ym Hereanyof thembew _ ;• m. wsf TOV SHOULD LAW. *Wii'i *—■|W that (By Under a ABan England,) government like BbsI-I :• Kil M& m- If ft.. If" \k ■ i* HI (87-. . j [ tk ' N B > ■ jmm 15%'' ■:- 3fe? Industrial Workers expresses eco- soooessfol! Hare' they not uni- nomically tin interests of the work* "ormqr failed T - ing class in that struggle. The la* The capitalists have not entirely duatrial Workers declare that stamped oat the defeated onions, there- can be nothing in aauanoii tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 August 1913

WM m W' wmP )*$*■ mm mm •ffes i rttfss :.V XW'ZXi W: Total tube previously reported 23,863 No. new sulw last teek 415. No. subs expiring last week. .383 Gain for the week .... Total No. subscribers this date sa 3,39 5 ; to. ) ' WSk 1 t. A. HXCKBT. Btttat and 60c pn Jt, dubs THE QREAT APPEAR GREAT TO Entered u 1911, at the pwtoffiM it BaUetta- ville, Tex., under Mt«Ohr. >e Land Rev- olution. US OSLY BECAUSE Wg Ji gg OX OVR KSESS— LIT PS AglSB. I1ALLETT8VILLM, TEXAS, SA TV BOA Y, A UOVST 30,1913. A if this No. is opposi te your name s f 0 your subscription expires next iarael 1 0 HO 112 i § the land petition. (As Revised.) To Governor O. R. Colquitt -.— " 7~ Wtf, the undersigned citizens \>f Two weeks ago The Rebel published a front page story of the Texas, hereby join wilh the Rent j seath of an unfortunate old section boss named Goodwin, in the jail of «■ er s Union of America'in a petition Corsica na, Texas. fS to you to call a special session of, The the legislature who shal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 August 1913

I IS J ' I smmism Wm? ?<$«;■ '* • V j ■i TifV f ■>' ■>ip S5 ImIBmBF {BK^ !• :1 ■ . . _ ^. • ■ ■ -?.■ - m ipy J fep J . A ',,' ;.' . bwpsk PttWl:'' mm& j ■ " S : '. lis® Pifc , ' • ■-. St'f. !a g ■ii ■ ■g ii l«W| «!'; ril < ■*>'&*■■'Ax\'rc*- ■> -s-'-K '■' ■ ./••S:."•<■,' J "-/A, '■ ,.':7vV ' > :■•]/&■'&'! ■■ - ■ ' i ft'~riaithV^ '■* (The editor of The Rebel woe invited to a smoker hut ck. rw# ohm « time in the fettivMes #* *** ¥« awaaunHd that every gentleman present had toeing a tong, tell a *tor)! or rtcitb a poem. When 2W Rebel * turn came, he pleaded bashfulness and inability, declaring mu<* soap boxing hid made him hoarser than a frog and being a Socialist, he couldn't teU a lie-therefore thetorywas possible, but just to please the crowd he would fight any man in the house. Our host ruled The Rebel out of order and insisted that he at least recites poem. He then recited the poem published below/ We would not have men- tioned these facts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 August 1913

REBS, w?~ MP / ' v ■' V r? ' reason can be B5-9S august be bel. v IA. during Jfl** another page you will W1- n<)re than 80 counties|S?, a • w in Texas are represented in our L [e belP to being I jMiui Petition work W. * ii tha* which in - - "• Texas Motes _ Jnthe autobiography of Aiunut I * ebel fie says: "rt is my personal *" A «ec* canvietm Wiat even the most re-1 u,- ~~— read how mtjre than 80 counties I ^ if0Wer Mau' ca'> do * ***** more October 13. ! ingl t0< hi« w niL the farmers union con- _ 1 vention. ® ^4n Antonio two weeks ago e nftnnants of the Farmer's Un- ~ held a convention. Those is eon- were old party politicians, lob- Ijand Pet i tion woifc. We expect In I tJat.whicft W <* given state ofsocH I Uja '*** mZ the next 30 days to find 15^un- °n^rd the ^ ties MTiWP m the battle. This ^ and recognition which are ?* **«** Worn, u# that Comrad. "will simply mean that a great state-1 SsSr^^Sf ?Ue' T,m *®ing my > to the stiite before'! (E. 0. Meit cn, sec.-treos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 August 1913

jpprr-rrv1- r umSh ..t': c *' mm -iV ■■■ M ■ ■":, ftroJtfgraS IpSslaMM®^•':. •"', ■'>:? ■wv.-,*,ks V- MS5g Wwmw% TlTtf MWJ& LAWBREAKER, THE RAILROADS. ?■ «$! Bf Hra 1 ! I lite Sii H •:i- 1 life || :< $T-- ajfcfr ' rrfts.- ' '.. (By JS. r. De&i.) (CONCLUDED NEXT ISSUE.) The implication that run* through Mr. Cleveland's entire ar- ticle is that the railway corpora- tions were paragons of peace and patriotiam, law and order, while the railway employes were a erim- inal, desperate and bloodthirsty mob which had to be suppressed by tbe- strong arm of the govern- ment. No wonder the tex-Presi- dent is so dear to the iron heart" of tye railroad trust and every other trust that uses the government and its officers and soldiers to further its own sordid endjs. Let us consider for a moment the& simple questions: Who are The more law-abiding predatory railroad corpora- tions or the hard-worked railroad emfota*rt / it railroad corporation in the Un%<3 States lives up to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 September 1913

HBotBHHI T 2®jRT? ?i S BBBESs tjj*- r''*~"'A ■""■•" '■*-■ ^pr. •- ■* - T' ' '"/n ' • *' "* '; .-'- ..._/ — - i ■ K — _'- ; v' „■• * •• • •— " ■ - . . • _:iii££ ■• , : J. ' . • '■■ >:: ' -' • I'Sj^SfflSwww ">'" r "i- . sPniHw ,-r. ..«N d ;!■■■•" -M,' jftl 11" ■> 'jn-jtfJ assgw*,, i&:'i ' •"• r '^',"**"V^|*y^1 :?&fprii 7 ' r"^ ^ :: -V &•* .. $jk£ . — " gabs previously reported 23,396 new subs last week . 432 subsexpiring las* week... .384 ,Jp for thaweek f.'.-. 48 Total No. subscribers this date 2314 4 3 —p ■ ' v•; ;'?3M • ' -- . '• m ■> * THE GREAT APPEAR QMS AT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE ON OUR KNEES— LET US AttlSE. ■ t. a. moxznr. w%* and omur. • -' V'i''^•■• ■ ■" ■ *,*. 'iy! ■ 60c pet yt: chiton of 4 (40 «nId) If thin No. is opposite your name i 1 A your subscription expires next issue 1 1 Tr J,: " ■•<!.••• * t,iw fbtfhta m mmmm matter July Entered aa second*!*** 19M, f\t the poitol i, HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, „1913. O •/> SLOWLY, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 September 1913

mHm Hii hBIP*" 113. If i r IWV. ■jjfi&A* |§K Ik It M§ ray. mt HP I'Li.l \ V. W ihtv.; )•., of the nkesthe various classes of mft > jty and Jem* epsehlly idrMttl Wtot HH.S j± ta^TLSbU^ ' hi Mini "BrotkniW tlw ,*l™,• ■ut*1 •* ""•■ i {NET WktTwai WM « «r *• « bet "Hell! No! Why should I!" Bible. To him that hath, shell much be gives end to him that ** Mr Democijt do younotbe- ^ ^ heukea away that lie*e in the principle! r. which he hath. do not believe, a negro, "J® *&> "Socialists woald destroy oar po- a Chinese, a Japanese, a ago utcal and social system and put my equals! ^ftv<^vMhe ministers who are God's rep- vidualist, and believe resentatives down on a common tub must stand on it sowiTbottom ^ ^ the ordinary igil0rant every mule on it s on legs every working^ man Working men man on his own strength, and mer- gh()uld read the Bibl Iearll their its. I beheve .n ev^utfon, ^d the ^ m and leave the wiu. survival of the f>tt^t, as tion of social and political prob- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 September 1913

Wzmam « 3t8 ♦ .•"**• wmm. \ .■f>fiw . -j. . ,' ;\ .V'V I The attention of oar Beta Is called to *lie v«ry important double Oolumn «torjr on the front page of week's Rebel From this story be wen that we are braeldng into the higheat places in this state, ffcja is largely due to the Rebs who haye supported The Rebel so splendidly in ita campaign for the freedom of land in Texas. Did we have one hundred thousand subscribers the influence of The Rebel would be so great that the iwue would be met. and fought be- fowr^SJfj A word to the wise is sufficient. Pile in your subs now and know that you are doing the greatest work ttrat~nm~pos8ibly be done for human liberty. Remem- ber four years for $1 and don't for- get that every neighbor that you ap- proach will be glad to go on the list for forty weeks for 25 cents. Send in your subs and watch us grow. Among the sub-getters are: J M Meadows, Harris Co.; Mark Bean,San Patrieio Cot; B W Mcintosh, Eastland Co.; W G Henderson, Eastland Co.; J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 September 1913

if twiwin: Hf®! mi- i T • PMafei' ^ ' 4' ill 11 m&k.i- in m |«ii in i f m' |l m m SSI wcMm lip® :>5V-. — MM, msmm '■mmm mm t I" ■-■.■: NSi & mm By E. V. Deba—Conducted. 'St BXONfS,\ Tkt Ik, rnmeilin. After «H the evidence of thq pfoaecution had been presented they realized that they bad mis- erably failed. Not one'particle of incriminating testimony could the mmm verdict appeared in'the that time. A PLAIN TALK TO FARM ' vrr TENANTS. (Written Fo' Tie Re or tnat time. At the very time We were being tried for conspiracy, we were serv- -rr H - ■v--.- -TTafL-riTTr—t''-—--- 'f —')"* • eentenoe in prison for oon- J" I want to aay a few words to yon Particular attention is invited nrai*ro*d8 produce with all the tempt, the program being that it*}f*rw tenants in answer to your to the following which appears np- Weuth hounds they had at their on page xlv: I,command. "There ia no evidence before! Next cam* our turn. The Gen- the Commission that the officers of eral Managers were dhm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 September 1913

wsnr s • r '• • r% -V/ o;«v. ' • •7- '':\v L'"H|re$£ ■gyp ES '^ISSE^ iiliu gp««. Is^S T. A. HlOXirr. Editor previously reported 23,44§ last week 382 last week 415 W69k 38 o. subscribers this .date 77//; GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE OS OUR KNEES- LET V8 ARISE 50c per ft', cllbt of 4 (40 weeks) Ms If this No. is opposite your name i i C your subsection expires next issue 1 1 O We HavcSlartcd a Revolution. red us secoa^-cIsu matter Juljr 1, 11, ut the |>ORtbffiee atvHallette- le, Tex., under net of Man 3, 1878. 'i " -Vt, HALLETT8V1LLE, TEXAS, . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913. JVo. 114 Another 7TT TIIK WOOD HAULER NO LONGER ON THE JOB AND HOW IT HAPPENED. Dear Comrade Ilickey:— You possibly recall in 1912 in the year of our Lord, the fight between J. Tom Padgitt, and his rebellious ten- ants. You may also recall some articles dealing with this same fight appearing in your Rebel of the same year. Now to make a long Story • j Two short years ago, or to be exact, on the 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 September 1913

±0$ H! &mm •.>*. ']'?: V- ifc-'-ys'T* Mi mm PwSii "■atsmB vmr T. vvl*i6v •.BV 2i ■ u%^&£ ,o-.::. iSii rPI k\:| - llpp^- l^bifer:' •--" ! ;v amus riavBBS oH www ^ rn AFFECT TUB BOUBLB88 ASD TSB LAHDLB88. U th,™ no hops tor th. homely-horn., te <h.,W-> there no balm IB Gile 4 ih„>e U little th t to hope!olmd T. to . tofr*r amtotiBg to toBd rtrn cheering • ft. ^f^u^oftpopowtob . 1-ob «A Jt a sep- whieh gift. if HE 'J'- ii «: 8 1 | 1 I i ^5T ■' t;#vi .' * r and yet they carry ning of startlii The Gtovcrnment, in ' dBri«: isas?4*? ** tsf % wRrn'he & r™ sc WH* arate statement increase in actual land value* monstrate an alamingfactor^w the —j they forces and influences that threaten *i„« thev steady crystaUittti „appine8S of millions 25 r^isr^ convey, the warning t c>' 8P? ' the influences and disporting the to provide a way of neutralmng .{ ^ gtemmed by the wis- forces which threaten society a > ^ t t^e whole social don, of far-seeing statesmen, must ultimate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 September 1913

W m PWf vV ':v>.. ' S'-:C' ■■'•••£■• - Notes M-iiS ■J., City.) I AN IMPARTIAL VIEW, A gentleman by the name of Wado Gushing now steps forward into the angle of popular vision. r, 10 membra, Secretary. County, C.sum- . 8* in Garvin County, 5 members, JHhren. (Haremore comes to life with W. BL **«*>,««wtaij. . : .. .r: . ■' vT IJif-J. - . Result of Hat. Ref. A. To do away with stenographic report of National Committee, Yes 68, No 181. To raiM salary of National Secretary from 11500 to #1800; Yes 33, No 217. To Utn t*o international secretaries instead of one; Yes 50, No 190. Debate Thermit sehedukd^a"debat at Cordell on September itf and 5th at 8 p. m. between Comrade H. H. Stallard and a representative of the Young Men's Democratic Clnb. Df. W. L. .Thurman is a practical newspaper man and one of our best ed itorial writers. He desires to engage in rulining a Socialist. paper. Comrades who are contemplating putting in such a paper, either in Oklahoma or else- ■here or who aeed a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 September 1913

JBillfll } rJttfc. AMBBIOAH HOTM. a WB*-1:::':i' Railway authorities 0,000 hoboe* ia are 430,( that there urita _ _ Federation of Labor re- jected * motion to lift the boycott from t«85 - mm gs®i IpV; EK. & mmh mMmz jU >,:-- liv , 1RG pi mm: 8W« - " -; bHhr : ..- • f'';' P\ 811$... !l>r • v". "•• Jtet^ HS8S$5 bP$- Mm:. •■ It If. 1 I 5 S P : Bl. I i I fv ft If Hgf- the local Hcarat paper*. Socialist ia Indiana ate already irm- inciting ticket# for mnaicipal elections this fall, with fplendid proipeete of •ueceu la several industrial centers. Increased Socialist wtivity is report- ed from LoHisianan. Encampments will lie held later in the falL Every vear the array loses 12 per cent, of its men by desertion, and th«« means that every nine years tike whole army runs awayr—Victor L. Berger, In Eureka, Col., Socialists-elected five trustees in « recent* ejection. - - ttayton^.Q^ia-trying to crowd throagh a rich rniui V cluLrtfcir *und tha Socialiflta are fighting It. Socialism h...

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