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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 September 1913

*m, BB8MCJ "' • .-iv rfC*^K,;*fS | * " '■% anba previously reports 28,410 new subs last week 481 sabs expiring last week . .41B ' for the week v $3 Total No. rtbncribera this date Kl^SSIIra ' *■ s mK^ Ml 473 a m& &2Efgf .u'.. ^ *< ■ .•■'•>:■•■ -m: r^gSgJJ KNEE8— LET US ARISE. _ TI1K GREAT APPEA* OREAT to U9 only BECAUSE WE A RE Off OUR Tex., under act of Mir. , 187®. uaijUKHSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. StRPTfunvr? on imo T. A. HXOXKY. Bdttor and Mc per yr; clubs of « (40 weeks) Me If this No. is opposite your name < < /> your subscription expires next iwHe 1 I D mm ■ wv dP ;■ ':-fA ■■■, \ NO. 115 the Better's Union Liad Petition is beyond question, , , o Although it is but five weeks old, the petition is now being circulated in 108 of the most populous coun- ties in the state by 208 volunteers, who have not less than 500 assistants. The names and counties are pub- lished in this article because we wish to give credit to the workers in this great caufte and to illu...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 September 1913

•" >" ' •.>"r*r% 'V'v.Cev"' ~ . ■ ' v ' ..r ^rv^rv- > gy 8 ?V; :;0 tW EW m- mix-.. IK; ' m T " I P,Sr'< ' IP 4' Itf (Written For The Rebel) The Evening Sun", of Septem- ber 8th, contained an article from the gifted pen of "the Extorter", upon, "The great scourge of Im- morality, that has been sweeping over America during the last three years." We were told by all our Min- isters, and the Prohibition speakers, a fov' years since, "that the open saljfin was the cause of all our sin, immorality, insanity, and crime"; and that if the saloons were voted out of Corsicana, we would have a perfect Eden. The saloons were voted out Now listen to the story of Broth- er Mulkey. "Corsicana has 14,000 inhabitants, but in licentiousness we have fnlly. 25,000," Brother .Mulkey further says: "By our authorities setting apart a portion •of ourd city tow mone, who have built themselves six big houses o| ill fame, they have popularized tnP same sin, that caused the downfall of the ante-dilu...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 September 1913

w, <-v- • 7 ' 0L* S ' Sec* Oklahoma City.) SSr Hebart, Okk., Sept. 13, 1913. ; Hon. Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States. Washington, D. C. , Dear Sir The^eonflict in Mexico, I am sure yojf know, is due to the fact that the people that use the land are de- prived of homes on land and the natural right to the free use of land by a few land speculator®. ^ Peace is not possible nor desir- able among the people who an ,fighting for life and land. It is not believed by any that know the situation that you will be able to effect permanent peace in or avoid a more fierce conflict in the United States, while the natural right of the people to the free use of land is prohibited by fraiviu lent land titles to a few specula- tors. ^ on have become president of the United States in the must crit • w&l period of American history. It is likely you will be forced to in- tervene in Mexico with the army and to subdue the rebellion of the people against peonage serfdom. But this'will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 September 1913

ilht Rebel, - «.^ ^ " ^^Hoonfedataie soldier, ft Mnkh^ju mt* •**£•1 Follow and * mimiber la good standing tho M. % church South, who haZ SMS J twice ia life succeeded in building falm- Htnll up to a well-to-do retaU jiff ii ^p5(7f. fa | v :-m 1' if sK ■ PS II ■I: ■ 11 r m ■' If itr hff, ' v p|P$ Hfisfc J «V h II P ?■; But every one call* aw ' I don t wart to work, bat V mast, 'cause we're gettin' abort o j0 e erf which timet ho Wat the grub. ? - v • y i j owner of two good sized general stores. . ' , , , 4I Ho finally wont the war of nearly L , *•*" «<> 1*11 ef this class Of trader, and taring i *f p.*y* -jmwried th# second timo, his wife made ♦?«* JK' U ,0 for him he had to leave t!Jv£^f l*^e hMtte' "^though w two youngest j daughters were yet not "sweet six- An'i™ in't nn ni« (I mirLhi. rf *em' ' After his business reverses he ' tV^. ? ™ B#t « • to W *Jfe cause there ain t ao work tot dad. I wlth mncb ^ding money so all hi* "Dad used to work at tho iron works, ^S'wUh T, fcts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 September 1913

Jfe s pmioudy reported 28,473 expiring last week . .385 the week......V, .M Total No. subscribers this date t. A. HZQKUT, Bdttor m4 Owaw. 60c per jnr: slabs; of 4 (40 weeks) If this No. is opposite your name j | y your subscription expires next issue tee oreat appear GREAT only a re on ovr KNEES— LET US arise Entered hallettsville under saturday, september 27, 1913. I m : /fyQsri mM jl r the "Far- flung Battleline" Wilson A. Brown, Eugene V. Debs' brother-in-law, is on the fir- ing line in San Antonio as the fol- lowing letter will show: Dear Comrade Meitzen Enclosed. find ten cents for which please send me two peti- tions. I want our local members to sign it and will send one into another district. I am enthusias- tic over this movement. Yours sincerely, Wilson M. Brown, • •' • E. 0. Meitzen, Hallettsville, Texas. Dear Comrade:— You will find enclosed 25 cents for which you will please send me ten copies oHhe Land Petition. Respectfully, Geo. Shannon, Sec.-Treas. Farmer's Union Cle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 September 1913

i$iip • ■ ShMn lwfi|r .. 4-.:.. V & ' 9 ft CONSIDERED. eke of the m- What more than prevent* the radial sential injustice of private prop- between the propertied claw and We called him a new etty in land and atanda in the way the propertyle«« clam There is no eauae we don t car ■Hifcsr that the political issues of the fat- for referring to him uw will be property rights sriinst convert" to the its. The oonflict will be amendment of the human rights. EH®* K of a candid eonaideration of any proposition lor abolishing it, that mental habit which makes anything that has long existed seem natural and necessary. We are used to the treatment of land aa individal property, it la ao thoroughly recognized in our laws, manners, and customs, that the vast majority of people never think of questioning it; but look upon it as necessary to tho uae of land. They are unable to conceive, or at least it does not enter their heads to conceive, of society aa existing or aa possible without the reduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 September 1913

's Duion. Sec.-Treaa.,Hallett«vlllt has been ^nite a busy place ther last few weeks. Land Petitions have been mailed out by armaful. Numbers of people TUB cause OP PROSTITU- Lltl ADMISSION most tbi TION. !T OPPOSITION. * not strictly members of the Union are pushing the work, while some of the unions have not yet been "beard from, I hope and trust that all of you will get busy or at least let me hear from you on the matter. Notice hps been mailed to all local secretaries to nominate candidates for state officers. We must elect a president, vice president, secretary ^r and five members of the ve committee. The officer! are at present: J. C. Smith, the formes vice-president, now presi- dent, no vice president, E; 0. Meit- zen, Secretary-Treasurer' and the following members of the Execu- tive Colmittee; A. Q. fey, J. E. Hardie, R. D. Miller, Singh N. Moore and A. J fiasco. 1 On the 5th and 6th of this month I was invited to address the people at Nordheim in German and Eng- lish on the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 September 1913

—— WANTED "TBM FOOL' X&f V r *o J mr -•« i I have received fifty in- m as many different Texas counties as to the greatest correspondence law course in the world, one that is especially suited to the comrade who would make . ' mm quiries tim * is®? I-®j fill IP ■ i II Some object to Socialism because many of a skeptical mind have ac- cepted it This may appear to those prcji who cult)vate prejudice instead of thought a-valid reason for their op- position, but to the thinking da* it appears more like the ranting# 'MM, a nore able and efficient fighter for, the rights of the work-. anything else. At ei#ta are ing class, at the bar, on the rost-1 human juat aa we are and have the rum, o* the bench or in the legit-, same desires and aspirations to bet- talive halls. There are also a num- ter their conditions that we have. ber of inquiries from Oklahoma They aw just as anxious for an m- and LouuXhna which I shall refe to the head offices. Several persons have already stated that they ...

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

®IBt t™' ■ - ( ■■ r• fffpi Infi JE 3 te*> ^43§££r^ m Iffi' aflB ,v.-: '^'fPPPM m? "¥ "*>)..'I, sir!? ri>v^ pfj|j « .MfWH > , &$*•£}.%■ •:> Wv-'r. - mn 'JHr g & e$P rf •'•>- SssP IHPtt ':i&'-Vv.'. ' mi. r^Mii ' *: '•:>-'a KMr«Wi>7w : MP?'; N'1' T B& reported 23,509 week —..462 last week. .431 ,^f the week ol No. subscribers this date 23.554 * THE GREAT APPBAM GREAT T0VS ONLY BECi TE A RE ON OUR KNEES— LET US ARISE. t. a. masjtrr. mm* m 80c pw jrr; elite of 4 (40 vwks) lie If this No. if opposite your name | jO your subscription expire* next issue a 1 O •. i ■M Dtered m second-da* matt«r July IT 1911, at the pottoffiee el Hallstt*- villa, Tex., wider act f Mat. I, 18T>. "is«i BAJLLETTSV1LLE, US, SATURDAY, OCTOBER e Property in is a delusion resulting tendency to confound the .. with the essential— a , which the law writers have their best to extend, and po- generally have in, rather than endeav* expose that private prep. in land is necessary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 October 1913

v v>*v. -MVa. •• i it# ' CiH-'Jiirsrw. messa^st«®ifc ^^ASisSii^SSfe.^; -:'".,; PV gre&j&'fc r -. SSW'ii^:.' : assaEsawis •,i 1 • .S88S BH (Written For TKe Rebel by W. W. Ballew, Corsicana, Texas.) t ' Time has ososed mat# revolution® of Thought, Government, and Religion. From 1800 to 1860 the Democratic party was in control of the National Government for most of the time, AH students of poli- tick, government, and statesmanship can easily determine what the Democracy stood for, in local, state, and national affairs. "That Government is best whidh governs least." 'Absolute economy in all departments of Government." "All Governemnts should derive their just powers from the oonaent of the governed." "All taxation should be limited to the expenses of Government, economically ad- ministered." v- All powers of Government were expressed in the Constitution, State, and National; and all powers not granted were reserved to the people. Honest money, honest government. No interferen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 October 1913

®F " C 'fe' -'"* lllS" ■a rfFf ifQfci- - rf v ' «| i ' T^SSWsjp; f?F •:->F\lF nmasked; and capitalistic | trusts. Your president has popped] igraphers Awake! The rtvwm, oqwiager 23, tke above heading, Staff special vjriwi gtotemeatJ ___ "President Wilson holds firm, because of steady flow jStei. indorsing MIL" 1 The article states: A steady flow of letters from bankers, all over the coufitty indorsing the ad- ministration Gifi, if keeping In- dent Wilson, arid member* of his Cabinet informed of the real sen- timents of the bankers of the coun- try, oil the measure. It is backed by thy private information reflect- ing the sentiment of the '"JBtm- nes3 World," that President Wil- son is succeeding in holding the Senate firmly in line for enactment of .currency legislation at this ses- sion, and it is appreciation of the effect of this firm Btand, that is bringing the opponents of the bill to admit that their fight for post- ponement elf such legislation is lost." In the same articl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 October 1913

■ppBBffB ^si i •1 U; ■;: - . v - wis jaGK§^rag3 ffiwMiSBii Hi _:;u.;i !TOVi ^HHI ^DF/CJ5 VETERAN FROM ballot for and other workmg peo- Communist Manifesto. BOURGEOIS AND PROLE- TARIANS. mfr. 1 s s. I® N KD Th« history of all hitherto exiit- ing society is the history of class struggles. Freeman and slave, patrician and plebiSn, lord and serf, guild- master and journeyman, in ft word, oppressor agd oppressed, stood in constant opposition to one another, carried on an uninterrupted, now hidden, now openi fight, a fight that each time ended, either in a revolutionary re-constitution of society at Large, or in the common ruin of the contending classes. In ttyiifurlier epochs of history, we find almost everywhere a com- plicated arrangement of society in- to various orders, a manifold grad- uation of social rank. In ancient Rome we have patricians, knights, plebians, slaves; in the middle ages, feudal lords, vassals, guild- masters, journeymen, apprentices, serfs ; in almost all of these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 October 1913

ms ■N9|lHLHMr. .,-, m HHH — ;*'l? — - ... 1 ■ ■ ■ • Total gab" pmioaaly reported 23,554 No new subslast week 442 m; ' I*" ■1. - P2?23 last week. .403 ISmM' T. A. fflCKlTT, Editor 60c per yr: clubs of 4 (40 If this No. u opposite jour name jour subaaription expire* next issue G ft EAT APPEAR GREAT ONLY BECA E ARE ON OVR KNEES—LET US ARISE. HALLETTSVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913. act of Mar. -j't; ma £■ MM l4 Below we print a statistical table showing that the land petition is now circulating in 145 counties in the state. With 1317 petitions (pniehased by 386 men and women, who have rc-distributed them to eight hundred assistants. This is a revised list up to last Saturday and does not include forty more petition purchasers of 150 extra petitions. This petition has met-with greater success than anything of the sort ever attempted in Texas. When the Prohibition Democrats cir culated their submission petitions in 1911 they did not cover near as many counties or secure as many names a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 October 1913

• • V M>!#| H . Is It? To whom rightfully doe# the soil of Texas belong! Who are jusfly entitled io its uae and to all the benefit* that flow from ita user Let me go to the hearth hisquestion by asking inoher quea- : Has or has not every child born in Texas a right to Kvef There turn m m vim is* W i ■ hi • i/i .■ Smk p hi || Is ii I s [ ♦ jr p* I ! can be but one answer, for no one wonld contend that it is right to drown Texas babies, or that any human law could make it right Well then, if every human being born in Texaa has a right to live in Texaa, these rights must be equal. If each one haa a right to live, then no one can have any better right to live than any other one. „There ean be no dispute about this. No one will contend that it would be any less a crime to drown the baby of a Texas renter than it would be to drown the baby of the. proudest duchess, or that a law commanding the one would be any more justifiable than a law commanding tne other. ' Since, then, all the Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 October 1913

3EH I -'y ' mm. a-V-v" m- m&!{- mm 'W ■ ' :•:.* ' W-1 £-■ ;m Convention Referendum •T Hallettsville, Texas, September 25, 1913. ■ '^^^^SSBL , HHVHPH .,,, .HP! Hallettsville Local No. 93, in regular swoon hereby initiates the following mntjnr^ for state refer- endum, and aakathat eyery good Socialigt who would aid in laying the haaia for a great campaign in 1914, to second thia motion; AT ONCE. RESOLVED, that a delegated state convention of the Socialist party of Texaa be held in Waco, Texaft, on Mood^r, November 10,1913,10 a, m., for the purpose of arranging for the coming campaign, Wm$ With the Party. aad sren of eatira branehea ud locals, has bee ome the order of tha day. Ia tha Slate of Washington ths lUta •* Sanitation was split wide opes, the re ormist element there going oat of the | party, forming an independent organ! • xr.tion, and adopting a platform la was ridiculoua. Comrade Hiekey was quite right. Sabotage as ft means of accomplishing the revolu- tion! In all my tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 October 1913

^ _ m •>'. 5 " " ISl - Ti\p •m p; Ik i If l*i ia> ;\>r . lyy r v .•; - |my w/rff r£f« iMJzrr. (Continued from Page 3). caped disruption. Daring this year wo should at least have held our membership even, as we did during tha postelection years of 1905 and 1909. Futhermore, let It not be overlooked that the mem bem lost have not been new and untried recruits. They have been largely the most activc and valua ble workers in the eaase. PASTY UNHT. A member's degree of loyalty to the party and to the cause is indi- cated always by his willingness to forget (iifferenoea, great and small, with his comrades, in united serv- ice of the movement as a whole. As soon as a member spends more tim<f in fighting his comrades than in fighting the common enern^ tje becomes a negative' force and is worse than worthless to the or- ganization. When factional trou- bles are of long striding their worst effect is to embitter the mera- lx>rs against one another and thus destroy their usefuln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 October 1913

fjh Tot,l aUbs previously reported 23,593 No new sob® *•«* week. .—451 No/sobs expiring last *<*k .401 Gtin for the week. ■ • • • • 50 Total No. subscribers thi* date 2 3 , 64 3 ^ * 1 : : ■ *• " • • ;'■■ "'' / ' ~ :"""" r?rrL~:y\- ■•=.,* • ■*■!''•* •. ■. •' 4 x-.;:v:- — Rf : "'' ®S«i *-.■•. . V-> • • cjii* 33 . - ■— : ."-4:^ . ■ >' •' 7-C::.rv;- A • ^Sntered as s&eoBd-tlaaa y • 1911, at the postoffie* at Halletts- Vkile, Tex., under act *f Mar. I, 1879. THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAU8E WE A RE ON OUR KNER8— LET V8 ARISE. IB t. a. mcmnr, 60e per yr \ elnb* of 4 (10 If this No. is opposite your name s your subscription expires next issue l^v/ ■ ■- .A- V ■f. fV HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY > OCTOBER 18. 1913. GETS 1000. Tex. Oct. 6, 1913. 1 send y< *•* 8r( «nbe to valuable paper. 1 • * <! 11 names, 1 have «ot 10H nanu on my petition and h*Z wonsd verv little for it has wn that I can't get around a foot much, bat I will *°m* ®f the *rict braF. collared D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 October 1913

JsS. IS MM* (JJ« if. A. Green, 8ec., Rockdale, ■ ;& T«ww;) ,X: : 81* DtNAE AND THE MACHINE. K. \ .1 Si;.- ■Mf, , , fm , (S°Uloqvy.) Well, I swan! Jcs read in dat Tcxumkana paper where Mr. John A. Carrie wan at Grand Saline En- campment in the interests of de "Machine." Wonder what kinder "Machine" dat writer meant f Sewing mach- ine, harvester machine, or crushing machine f SON OF CAPTAIN , I apologue to landlords for li- kening them to thieves and robbers. Ltrust they Mil understand that icnme t ^ which is obscured by our habit of Some folkeses shore fraid of ri„..;r,r'ii n .iit-irthrr as pro- machines. Spec dat writer has "night-horses" two or three times nightly bout "machines." 1 know whats de matter wif dat fellow. He don't like it cause Mr. John done told him at Qrand Sal- ine dat de "call" for "constitu tional convention" was an "un- constitutional cPU", and derefore and for dat reason Mr. John refus- ed to sign it - ' I knowed doggone well he wouldn't, but I also knowed ...

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

w$, " - I- i ...y. " - ■ ' .VS, wmm : \ . sb FA*T* W -■■■--/■■-' OCTOBBE vim tate Convention Referendum >"« ™ ® B""| Oklahoma Notes *-■ Oct. 7. overwhelmingly if not unanimously. upon by the membership and all si9ns point to it dipping from the ,oUoW8. -/'Education fori t° «. SOLVED that a debated state convention of the Socialist party, of Texas be held in Waco, Monday, November 10,1913,10 a. iu., for the purpose of Arranging f Texas, on under the following heads: arranging for the coming campaign, 7 h -i. to moke the Socialist party's state and national position on Land the dominant iBsue of the 1914 campaign. i 2. To discuss ways and means whereby the Socialist party's national farmer's program can be best brought to the attention of the 130,000 small farm owners aud the quarter of a million land tenants in Texas, aud draft a state platfrm for 1914, to be submitted to the membership for seconds in the regain way.! 3.' $o take action looking toward the carrying out of the Socia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 October 1913

ISiPiftKiSSi s.rai&raH; ;< The bourgeoisie keeps more and ,J, more doing away with the scatter etT state of the population, of the mean* of production, and of pro- , perty. It has agglomerated popn iation, centralized mean* of pro- duction, and has concentrated pro- perty in a few hends. The necessa- ry consequence of this was politi- cal centralization. Independent, or "but loosely connected immnees, with separate interests, laws, go- vernments and systems of taxation, became lumped together in one na- tional code of laws, one national elsiw interest, one fronties and one customs-tariff. The bourgeoise, during its rule of scares one hundred years, has created more massive and more co- lossal productive forces than have all preceding generations togethei. ^Subjection of Nature's forces to man, machinery, application of chemistry to industry and agricult- ure. stea-^navigation, railways, electric telegraphs, clearing of whole continent* for cultivation, canalization of rivers,...

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