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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 January 1914

MstiSam ;r - " ■ /V Total subs previously reported 23,526 No, , new subs last week 482 No. subs expiring last week 409 aitt for the week i 73 Total No. BUbseril ers ihis dale 2 3,599 -r-i-'-i 4 — Mf 1M j JTX:- 'lj T *■"' ■'•' v-"' • V • -k":. ■ • t: * ! 77/£ ORE AT APPEAR GREAT TO US OSLY BECAUSE WE A RE OS OUR KSEES- LET US ARISE *. a. HXOXUT. MMT M* 60c p*t yr; dabs of 4 (40 vwto) HU If thia No. is opposite your oaitr 1 O 1 your subscription expiret next issue Ml Knicred ua second-rlua matter Jaly 1, 1U11, at the fostoffice at Halietta ville. Tex., under act of Mar. #. 1879. HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JASUARY 10. 1014. No, 130 DIRECT NOAIIS' ATIOX FOR I'RESIDESTIAL CAM) I. I DATES. . "c ' .- ; "• : • . ^ I ■The Rebel is delighted to an nounce that the National Referen- dum, taken by the Socialist Party on the questiQn of nominating our Iueaident&fti ^candidates by a Na- tional Referendum vote instead o!" .the old fashioned convention met li- ed, has resulted in an overwhe...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 January 1914

p<>:t ■ ■" ;;"..■ ffe& ss * ■.. • > "EiS- i; ■■rf:" . [ : . "A .i.t .. •_■• - . ■ ■■... , .. v,:■ - ' WmgM ■h SS9S9S Lf-.id Monopoly and Its Effects. OKLAHOMA SOCIALIST HOLD STATE COSYESTlOS, l>axt irwjk the Socialists ofO^la- Jmt ..,. • tlir u,>.m,>l,,v„l |.rob- ..... I* Imufct or M Foutl/™ •«« «** )" < a | | h[ u; it 1 i * 4 * f-j "'7 I I: I v:> i £ l£VlT'- >' a w lem is causing tlu- capitalist cUsfc; acre* out of every five are UM, quits? „ bit of concern. The exeeu- held in numbers of counties. lAiu v.v officials of five stales have; informed that in Trinity county be*-si called int., extraordinary ' *W intention b to import, ifroi4, «**:u to ifevfee way* ami me«n immigrant* to settle the ^ handle the Mutation. Keqaest*I «R H' i d. These w ill be ehal-getf Uve been made on the Federal!n!1 euormou* price. This, coupled •ipveriimettt Mid al**> on the rai M with -.wit! <"umfwnie* for transportation ; ""'•c their transportation, will „ — them and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 January 1914

■ l-'.f - •' V ;'V « I '•''''- • - ' 1 " — I '•'•'•n ns*1"' A • ■K" ; ■M .. ' J r: TW" • rHWMWIgM f-- 1 , " ' ' -V ' ' Pm-V'U'- ' ' .. - ;-r^ • •? ;-,• . V-'. il 1 .*§ ■' . ■ "". "':;' '' "v2 t V>'*'■ W ' ■•-.v," • • r ^yWijS-' ■ '■ 1 NOW. I'LLXTV OF LAM> FQJi /. I ] FUYHODY. <■■■■■ \ • ' if:'t . «3 ' I ibe raihy season appears to I*. over, on every hand there i.tc I, ,igtia that the Kebeis of IVxas arc going into tin- UH4 campaign iwft.re. ,v >ij5,ia .. . v p>",l,e lillv 1111 v iT , 'l, united ranks and a 1'iyrinin- >piHt that 3ias already made their famous ground the world, and the-organization tff the Rebel i.jettes is beginning to look'Up. Applications are in every mail, and I , on as *'* can get things properly lined out, we slutil Have the I .jest literature artny ever seen on the utareli on this comment it j rtdt only distribute literature once f, month hut it wid. in- ever,-, a 1,,-lv in many other ways to proteet and fostej- the cause of'Soeiali.n' I, is g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 January 1914

jr.- ,-T. ri' ';T"V'T:~ - Vt?* i ^O. SfP3llv?i«V sfe&. SB.' >■' S:' * A Wonderful - iK Iffl.1 P M - by mh | ft I 1 v-> Li! * 1'-" fe S$r* \ The Firm Foundation'beeps on advertising W. F. Lemuion*' book " Evils of Socialism. " The F. F ••alls it a wonderful book. * It depends on the point of vein taken an to whether it in regarded an wonderful. Looked at from the standpoint of truth and fact it is a wonderful- Ivaleh of villsinou* lies. Judged from thp standj>oin of intelligence it is the product o a very stupid jassack. Take an example or two, to judge it "from the standpoint facta. Hebe I in his book, "Women TTi? der Socialism," quotes myths o ancient times to show the idea and practices regarding marriage in thp distant past. Among these old myths was one of a god who married his own daughter, ary; others equally disgusting. UebH concludes that these myths reflect the ideas and prac- tices of the people among whom th cse myths had their origin, Be- be| gives these myt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 January 1914

v, ; tvv 1 ": . $ • V '■ •,* -s~?V [A •■ ' I ' * >. ..t'-. r •>;,. •s&SSi; -£S r * jii subs previously reported 23,&99 new subs last week 382 N'o, subs expiring last week 34* Otis for the week —— Total subs previously reported 3 , 6 3.3 34 t . , t 'y Vs*' u i . I • 77/£ QHEAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OSLY BECAUSE WE A m. <K\ ifi^u A.Y££o« LKT Va Entered u seeood-elMs Butter July 1, 1911, at the postoffice at Haitotta- Tex., under wit of Mar. . 1S7 HALLETT8 VILLE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JASVARY 17, 1914. Blacklisting People. the Kditor The Rebel s— . call your attention and that of your reader* to a form of ap- ,, vina the inquisitorial screws by 2 cpiulto which 1 have „ot previously noted m your own or other progressive papers ■ We have long been used to the blacklisting of men because they oined themselves together in mu- tual fcrotection, but what shall we say in "lter abhorence of that system which breeds the spirit o liate, cheeks enterprise and throt- tles the progress of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 January 1914

'■ '■ '"'"l iH mmmm On to Victory. ■ Editor Rebel, • Hallettsville, Texas. A REAL REBEL. R if i fisl! W 1 j Comanche, Tex., Jan. t\ 1914. I Editor The Rebel, \ Hallettsville, Texas. A cull to a ran: It is with great 'f.rt— j — - _ satisfaction that 1 notice in the' I write a few linen from this last issue of The Rebel announce-' great and grand prosperous eoun- menT of Comrade Meitzen's con- ty. (t) The Lord Wood row haa ferenc** with Governor Colquitt, bleased us wjth poverty and plenty had been had nd wvs over with, of moving and lots of spuirmlng As to the answer our comrade re- "round to just barely exist. Our teived 1 already had no doubt, country ^thriving with pain,rags but the one great significant fact an(* starvation. Hurrah for Wood- that stands out boldly, is that the n)w, he is the man who with his little governor had to show where P.f lawmaker* furnished tHe he stood, and do so very publicly.; t'nited State* with lots of good For was there not at least 40,000 « <* t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 January 1914

as Pr ■ dfe$,. ? .Vu >" -. M ARMY. [ As ilie ■ *>">' «c«won appears to be over, on every hand there are I, sjjjtrt tlmUto Rebels or Tex,is are going into the 1914 campaigu Ji, unite*! r,,llk* <*ud aL fi*hliu* has already made their |lie8 famous arouud, the world, and the organization of the Rebel Mtty is beginning 10 look up. Applications are in every mail, and *,o as rtV lMU wet tilings properly lined out, we shall have the utest literature army ever seen on the march on this■ continent■ it ■I not only distribute-literature once ii month but it will He ever |,|v in many other ways to protect and foster the cause of Socialism [this great tate. Just to -give an idea of what such an army can do: I When I presented the land petitions to that false-alarm states- L Governor Colquitt, he essayed to criticise our plan. Well, with I solid foundation of the Socialist philosophy under my feet tn L a few sentences I made that gentleman's criticisms look foolish; Ln his own pet plan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 January 1914

mm V$3C$i C •■('r. —'1 -' ■ ;■":■■ V '' tei"« '',1't' 1 l'"n" lmWnS;:} Vn • i J'.llUii "ilia lj. - . «..-- ■'— Texas Notes. gSfSWs ' / .;,. ••"•.••••"Si"..*''.'' , ... > - • —— ■Mi® %!■ 'WZ > R ESTER'S VSIOS " -*C' mi ** i:- L t ■ t ■ I a . I ui H J! Ir I II ' L b f- 3v k i •I l.r' L ,1 i! v|t fi: f:i'j I., I: EH I' I w (by T. A. Mickey, State Secretary Socialist Party, HaUettsvillc, • Texas.) ti&n* A indicated in The Rebel last week the recent statewide referen- dum for state secretary resulted in the election of your harable serv- ant as State Secretary of the So- cialist Party of Texas for the year li 14. In accepting this office, I wish to say that 1 regard my election in no sense of the word a personal triumph, but a manifestation of the rank and* file of the member- ahip of the fact that they desire home rale or local autonomy in all their respective internal affairs. For this great democratic princi- pie the comrades of Milwaukee have struggled against a re- actiona...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 January 1914

< A-: ..«* liaSS '/'A.,:&&£ [ r r- ■ . > ~ E- 4 ■:-. -mm; .•s . .- ■"■• ' .*•'' '.. .'•> ;:.:■£■* _i '-• •jS'i: 5 . . ^ . -■ ■ %* .M'vJ - ■■ XT*r total «nba previoualy reported.. 23,58 No- new subs last week 382 No. tuba expiring last werk _ ...348 Gain for the week ^ Total subi previously reported 23.63 . V 0# * <40 °REiT APPt** °***T TO US ONLY BECAV8B Wt 4 JIALLSTTSVlUm' Railway Officials Aid Swindlers. R£ OS OUR KNgga— LET V8 ARISE >XAS, SATURDAY. .Jaktiabv oa mu If thia No. ia opposite your < aa your subscription expire* next issuei OO B**^d M aattar J«N i, 1911, at th« pMtoffi«« at ,600,000 Land Untitled in The Rebel ia able thia week through the instrumentality of a bioad-gouged gentleman who doesj not wish any publicity; to present an amaring stoiy of graft carried itu by aome Texas railroad officials acting in collusion with some falfe I Tk* Rebel this week tak*. ^l™.. tv i.- insurance sharks on poor Mexican ures that d« not ]>«. « i * publishin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 January 1914

Landlord Officialism in Farmers Union. ——— "Thk is .. l« Tuesday, Juuqr 14 ud A -h t «. Wl of th« «£ ho«rt d. jj* turner* Union held a state convention in Port Worth, with a bun smooth gent Barrett concluded and hand- (mi actual delegates and with four hundred near-delegates that pad- jed the roll to five hundred, ninety-nine-bundretha of which ride on *&'• 1 he convention lasted two days and two nights, and the D,en - '.A-t Seat Meitzen was on his feet the moment Barrett concluded ed i im the following brief but staggering smash: it is true that certain state and national Farmers Union 4^1 ship seemed to have but on<« single thought and almost all hearts eat as ^.ne around that thought, which was the best way to nuiikot •fee crops Hence the warehouse bill, amendments to which had been •rartod oy some Donk politicians, to be submitted to a special session >r the i« ei8lature. was the *>k topic •( discussion until a bombshell v,g exploded in the convention by E. R. Meitz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 January 1914

{W'tttfmit for. The Kcbel.) I l>enver, Colo., Jan. 15.—"I'm' Colorado is no longer a part of The comrades of Measer, Okla., going hack to Trinidad just as aoou the Uniied States Governor Am- l,avp been trying to get a debate as i get ready. I'm going back with W. P. Leinnions, the debate there to assert my consmuauuui be stenograpfcfically reported rights. General Chase may put me published in book form. | in jail, but Mther Jones is not 1 tried to get Lemmons to agree: meekly going to be robbed of her , jiHciiss his book and let that right " iwrt of the discussion go to record, This was the statement of Moth- er Jones here today. part | ■ - 111 V«i3 letter of Jan. 3rd. h« ab- ^lutely refused to go to record on j,is ijook. _ i Lemmons will not go in print in defense of the'batch of lies he has Lut out in tiis "Evils of Social- L,„". The Firm Foundation owns [|it. book, advertises it as a remark- able l>ook and pushes the sale of it, lmt the Firm Foundation will not L> to re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 January 1914

let: j I ! ii1 I- ii I II W \\ i warn [,)• it: r ■ ( ' ! pi •■■■ < A"«r Lecsb for tkt Wtok. Weleetka, Okiuaka. oouuty, 32 members, W. ii. Sanders, Seere- W- Kagie Chief, Alfalfa county, 9 members, O- C. Taylor, Carmen, •Secretary. Norrii 8 H, Washita county, 12 members, W. E. Carpenter, Fose Route 1, Secretary. Kiowa Flat, Kiowa county, 5 members, Fred Strum, Ut View, iUnite 3, Secretary. Holdenville Hughe* county, 11 members, 0. W. Nicholson, Secre- tary. Valley View, Marshall county, 20 mebera, W. W. Sipes, Willis, Secretary; (S. D- Penix.; Tecumsefa, Pottawotamie coun- ty, 7 members, F. M. Long, Secre- tary. Bentley, Atoka county, 7 mem- l*rs, Jas. Morris, Secretary. Voca, Atoka county, 12 mem- bers, T. J. Johnson, Caddo R. 3, Secretary. Arapabo Custer county, 11 mem- t**rs, S. L. Sinnard, Secretary- Port Tbopmson, Push maths <>ounty, 9 members, F. M. McPher- «>n, Antlers, Route 1, Secretary. Peoria, Ottawa county, 20 mem- bers, Luther Sullivan, Secretary. Member-at- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 January 1914

WWmrm. mm J&a Oti « t# Mo- *** " No. sobs Gain for the Total su mm 4 t\Q 43o !'VV ^ ri2B3J •••? •— • • I— • - —•—- ; ... ■>. -.1—■ - . ■ >.■■■, "-■ •■ ->• •••••• ,« . v- -T. • X * "V 'V ' . •' * 2c per Copy. v':-: afe •ix'.V'cf-, .'Til:' "jd. ... . „. - - ^ - t — '•Ported rMr 9 jp' «• .. <3*1 * ' :■ f ££■ mawms v : ■* • '••■""* >':-v 'v- ■ ,r^ ' . • . '. .*.V-'vlCTi^h > ■ • '• .. .. GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE A HE ON OCR KNEES- LET UB ARISE. T T A K2CKVT «m rl ■■■•■;,-_ ■ p 60c per n: «1 * Of (40 if this No. opposite your name i O * .our subscription expire* next iswi* * v7 11ALLKTTSVILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. No. 133 iSkiM, Of mmm tf 99 Hie Rebel went to Houston last week to purchase office sup- muscular fingers were itching to grab ft rope. ,1ns audi expose ft fraud, We did our work to a queen's taste and If I tarry too long in this too true tale, it is because I want to thereby hangs a tftl , that will run something like this: v p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 January 1914

<?aj® JsBsjl V''"*'i-;v:^L *§ : ■ ■ ... ;"■; ..' ^V|i«'l'','''''■■■m.'i" l .V?A''>r'*" V-l' ' ■"i"lt?M','*-~ ■ ■ " jfT£? V V '.y.. M w ■PS, . ?W& :] fsSfrt- « . V-j-CW ' «• ] " V~ > ■ .i '■'S"x~' ''•'' M: $\r j".. . ' AS A SOCIALIST. P|M IP- m ['11' 1|§\: ppig I. tS | , ft m w.J u ii KKi; \l I * li ply and thetrneeaawty for tmd exwta, t% imd without p j. Villa has not yet pat into en - tenee his plans for the operation of a state bank, but be is preparing these plana, and the bank will be in operation in a few day*. A aunt for coining gold and silver will alao be in operation in a tbort time. Villa does not risk hit reputation of the people, as a sagacious man by predicting Becauae The Baht| printa live bad «Mtter in tkm say fifty Soother* pen combined, we are ad with pubHrioig the atory of Villa printed betow. That the Mezkan revolution has Ha heart, spirit in the qneatiau of the dlqwriuarof the land, is now being generally leeotniaed. P - cho vii|§|j||giigM^|H^ made a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 January 1914

iff i.**' - t h . ,4-i-,: -,: -,,,. AU',£* -.• - • '*^TA T. JTlTfT*' ■ *- 4 •- ' life ; '.'SS? Can We Wake > ■ +..-. >. onin *▼--,.• ..; .--Z y on tee out. sage. Trackmen's Union Vernon, Texas, Dec. 28, 1913. The old year will soon be a big •Ium of the past and the new one Se ushered in. We should all _ that we get that poU tax re- *Lt before the first day of Febru- rv and aU parties that , have be- lome 21 years old since the 1st day (f January 1913, or who wiU he- me 21 years old before the next general election, will be entitled to vote providing that he goes to the m collector before the 1st of Feb- ruary 1914 and gets an exemption certificate. A person can pay his *11 uu separate and alone. By all nrtM let ns pay that poll tax and aon't delay it a minute, huste that <175 and go to the tax collector uf the county where you lived at on January 1, 1913 and if you l,ave not been assessed get you same person that knew that you Here in the county at that time, January 1,1913...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 January 1914

>3">*-':-'■' 1 ■ ■"'vV j'rH ffP & $ \ !,1 : r' : , ;('J;" :5^A;^ \ V f * '/VMdi * < i|f ' .'4;^'t' .. ' ;■;: ^" «%&« with eel- m m. i r p IE- !*?■ hr that rebellious county erity sua dispatch. John B. Yarbrough, comity sec- retary of one of the beet county or- ganisations in the state aay : "In- terest in Angelina county is springing up i/oag the line, and 4 Uhink oar reports wilt be better , , . .. f'".in thefuture. Expect to have are again gathering for the fray, Andrews for a series of it lifts our hearts high with hope ,w(upet shortly. (By T. A. Hickcy, State Secretary Socialist Party, BalUtttviUe, Text.) ■ 1 f": The hosts of revolution in Texaa to see company, sfier company, regiment after regiment, wheel in line, compactly and aolidly knitted with the whole, stragglers getting fewer and fewer in number, and alt eager and prepared for the final grand assault upon the cita- dels of landlordism and capitalism in the Lone Star State, Just to show how the bqys are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 February 1914

~~— Bk,f '.-. •'. ^Ar$*{&.vTr?r;. . . «... . 4.''-; ;/. ■ ****' , -r-/- •• .■"• ' , .;.v . -■ ' v. ' KZP m&MMi V^--: \ '■; > • v previously reported —23,679 b® last week 482 - -- expiring last week . ..471 the week n:..._ jj Total No. subscribers this date 23.690 • '**1 * >•. • X ■ .% ~U •> w V « • ■-;#r m <5 ' THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO UB ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEES— LET UB ARISE — T. A. HXOCBY, Bditor and Owtm , II per year; dub. of 4 (90 weeks) 25c rota Yearly mb cards t 76c omU. If this No. h opposite your name* q p your subscription expires next issue* *3O Entered u MCO d-elaaa uttar July 1, Mil, at the poetoffice St Hilletts- rille, Tex., under set tf lCsr. S, 1*70. HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. No. 134 K . Inside View of the "Kept" Press ■ ■ MANAGING EDITOR GILLESPIE WRITES. Houston, Texas, January 31, 1914. Mr.^VT. A. Hickey, Editor Rebel, Hallettsville, Texas. , DcarMr\Hickey: side mm®* wimxni IT read with interest and considerab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 February 1914

msmm ■ ■ - «!'J f , ■ ■11 SgH$%3 till Hsfflr&s* "'-«aj PSSgMw UPK,f?5 WM iffii K^i^sS ffiKPSrmm Two years ago The Rebel management conceived the idef of question, recently written Jhronide %y Colonel Jasper Em g HB ; ■".:4 L_J- 4 ji.toj l. Stoci.li.t 0**> .tic™ i. oou.U- tot tod MJ*, ber of Rebel subscriber*, a epeciil county edition. The pUn id . up for th« time being beau* eondition. were thrn Ml ron""i ** IW« * h.vc never given , fe |M ... tirnT^.,v nreSeuted and putbed, that it would gure an impetu* iD^:;zr Texas an dthe South as no idea that has ever beep propped. When we began to consider the necessity of raising th , . mu, Rabel thB first idea in., connection therewith eenption tto — "•i^sssrjsri;«v-* „ ex J,l/o, J , namely the COUNT.' EDITION> p£, that amount to «Kh a reduction over the ttguUr «ub rate, of TOc ' Betel, with uch other valuable inducement, to local and amnly or- ganiion, that we expect to MgM BO next few months arrange to take not less than 1000 jSWp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 February 1914

v 'i'-j •' .• "■■■ .. .. ' !■,'-' ■' V'- ■•••'••• / ' '''• • ••;, "Wi i IV '.i'1 V; "•' -. :? ■' -1. '. 25 3 ? ".W * tfj*yy $ '' «| . i " ' •'■ ' % ' ■'■" ■./- ~ fkw Ww f~t£$ l.; • -- #H ' "T he People Make the Values. F JrJs :M • • ■ . y mii: tenants in Texas and Oklahoma. !@M WHYf I" is.* *r+«nu> JC'- ' -PP __________ • ■ •—— « ... According to reliable statistics 7.1i there are over 250,000 tenant farmers in Texas and over 100,000 in the state of Oklahoma. Here are two of the «reatest ^agricultural states in the Union that have the curse of landlordism pferaonlfiedTo its highest degree. THE HUMANITARIAN. LEMMON'8 UK OS REBEL. Iu an article in the Rebel of Jan. {By George R. Moore.) km^'d* - im> \ fh°we,d,,h,",w- l ir Got onve^i ,u meager pay, moM deliberately bed on Bebel in The suae hearing & T charging that Bebel teaches that iw2' g « P'teous call, «the "mother right" is to be - plight"13' KaW P°°r man'g established and that under that Quickly asked: right?" Is the mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 February 1914

t„ S % II is 8LAVS8. g§ £ I: •: 3R& P pi 1 I 1 I f tv I •4 MW r ,..Tfm «ota, *« # ml .1 T 4 IKoto, £fcU« S«Cf *«rf I To the Soeiaitata of Wood Coanty. — 1*5 TVrft* > • dress y« <mt a d all «rg«ai««d and tt - organised w d ugg«t ttatfiptto- Stilt TJUy Come. |g«ther< ThM- « ka anrangfimenta and outline a wunty working program for mora effective way of fighting the Democratic Doak la Wood eoaaty, T«x* and 18 t*® tJaitad States and last it* father, the capitalist system of the world. This eoaaty is ia an uproar already Bennett Reader, Sec. , T<Mnpaa88( 10 members, O. *'• JjmiyWWMI} •*■ ^ mmm-"-— _ y Heald, aeereUry. O^""1>y J., g dUPiay of "Donkism" for P. Heald, who write# that be will I 6 13 organise more of them. Aberdeen, Nueces county, mMBben, W. A. Dictoon, Sw. Wayland, Stephens county, w. T. Fincher, Sec. and organizer. Sulphur Springs, No. 1346, Ans. Jones, Sec. Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt county, Ro. Bike, secretary. Short, Shelby county, 8 members, W. S. Owen Sec...

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