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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 February 1914

aggro-/ !";W' ~£*r; - . -•' .-•••" •' V"'. W : " ''" ~1; ,v. DimilM^H H II I! I '• , •' , \ '.' / vAl'$ ' __L; r '•" ■ v inmi.y Bjiiji|l. ^:'^; \;-j£ d:j00:m ""W* N SMgEM .. _ -J. reviously reported 23,690 r ibi last week 322 s— last week ....435 k—. —.113 o. subscribers this date .V - 'M •'.^j W^wf ■ ■ :vST 2 3.577 p— lL*'- — SaUrad M Mcoad claat attte Jahr 1, 1911, at the foatoffie« at Htllrtto- Tilk, Tax., nadet act of 3lar. 8, 1870. Tfltf APPEAJR GREAT TO V8 ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE OS OVR KNEES— LET U8 ARISE. ' 1 ■ -T"> *■■ ■■•■ ' ■ T. A. H1CUT, Bdltor and Own«r $1 p«r jwar; dab* of 4 (20 wteki) 26c Four Yearly rob canto at 75c each. If this No. in opposite your name* q/> your subscription expires next issue* OD HALLETTSYILLE, TEXAS, HATCH DAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. MO. 136 Bonage and the Bat in East Texas to; The "Wet" Record of "Water Power' Lane [as true as Holy Writ is the the work where the convicts were miles from Palestine, on the Neches; which can be secured, is iu sub- |...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 February 1914

' ?• i - saw* HI? ■ . * gpf^S^.^g, • * sft /',#,> ,ii • • ■.,,,, -JSP . ' , ' ,' ■: •• '" ■ •: f .- , ..-- " >. ■., . •: .....; \." * „• •"." • •iiiiiCjJj^L ■ ■■■ ,■ . 2T—■ ;y •' ^ItSSIgfL • > to 8*nat TBE LAND UMJT LEAGUE THE LASD * f", ' - ■ wOk-m ^£YTri:'-i ' it, rr'r A. -.vlt t/\.' ,T' -w .■' ....... (By T. A. Hickff, Stti Secretary S c*list Party, HMtttsville, H|j=i BP r ■I; J Texts-) m : S1P& - p. p ...\ m IX- "S?!?# .1 "SSiil i' ;5 w 11 M§ '■' gsgf- i', ,- im ■ Mk r 1: IN J' v.- If % I m •J ■ Iu I i h r i*4 r.i •.. A CALL TO ARMS. (By • Telegrapher) A great inspiration was con- tained in the last state notes, namely the great increase in party membership in Texaa Thia great livening op of comrades every- where in the state ought to giTe heart to every Soeialiat, and if he is not a red <*arii member he or she should join at-large at once or or- ganise a local, whieh is the most desired. The way the Oklahoma comrades are organizing is an In- spiration and exampl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 February 1914

!!f ^i>. ■>)■''' * • *! * x 1 V,,, v —*£= TTusSAGISG EDITOR GILLESPIE, HOUSTON CHRONICLE. - WHY / 4 SOCIALIST. r -••, j ast week I promised to give you what aid I could iu securing fact« that would establish a story that would be only second to the ex- losion at ^att Antonio. So that 1 might get the facts first haqd I visited the S. A. & A. P, shops at Yoakum this week and from a fire- man who is thoroughly reliable I gleaned the "following information. ('ouiincnl upon it is needless. Suffice it is to aay that if the j>eople of ttip knew that bran and compounds were used in the repair of boilers they would fear to ride on trains, not knowing the moment that ,|u v would he blown to eternity. The fireman's statement follows and will 8vC you a lead as ty where you can secure much valuable informa- tion for your readers on this extremely important matter. Here is a ston. tfhieh I have thoroughly verified. The remainder of your let- ter .will to' replied to in full next-week...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 February 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 February 1914

. n % " ' ' — •' ■ 'f* ■~y-rz. .. .5. , . . VK>?ys- ■ p-r j'' ' . _ • 'W v V. THE REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER ELECTION IN CLUBS OF SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH. = Total snbs previously reported 23,577 No. new subs last week 305 No subs expiring last week 357 I/MB for the week 52 Total No. subscribers this date 2 3.5 25 JSBagM—WW" "ff 111 Ii: iMtwimmiHW s-: 1HL (1KEAT APPEAR ORE AT TO PS OXLT BECAVSK WE A HE OS OI7« * SEES- LET V S ARISE Entered as second-class matter July 1, 1911, at the poetoffiee at Balletts ville. Tel., under act of Jtfar. 3, 187W. T. A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner Si per year; club* of i (20 weeks> 26c Four Yearly tub cards at 76c each. -It this No. is opposite your name« Q7 your siiKn Tiption expiris n?xt issue * O / HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1011. No. 136 Capitalism and Tom Ball Win On last Saturday morning the editor of The Rebel braved the blast of a Texas norther so that lie might write up the proceedings of a county convention of a hermaphroditic p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 February 1914

KsSSSfev HI *. ■ 1 ''h>- j 1 i« W i I V liX i;: H m' s s*.... I. ' ii'S' k % IbwsSS W C.:, Have You Ears to> Hear This? New fin. Teias, Feb. 9, W14- Mr. K 0. Xcttaeo, IlallettsrilV. Texss. [Var Sirs— 'imx «ffk«*1 i )e *a organization ?y aad d ant heiwg to the Rent erf# I'nkm another £ rt ns« to be j'm Big airing* I'kOHlttiT LASDLORD IS M Big SpnoQK Tec, Fefe. a, 1511 TW BeM. HaBettmiSe, Teas. dwht Cawtdt:— IVt* is qait* a Mule. eetseaefc* tk* Deak '.?**r4oo4eA. That the agitaWB far "fee dreaiatian of ** «i k i sssjis handful fund for th Bto^r't t'niao ;*f «* aad sad agwait timid b* r as^W to by emy • ***** fa*t that can r*i htaoded nan and wobuui off*®* ^ deoicd. Yet agamst ail i&e &*stit tapttiaSy those of:'-.&**#■ odda and aphiH work SOiXM) T«e* *nd Okfahaae* wfc «*« po*1 «paitw«|- w«r* aeesred Jo the mom **h4y do * . i hare b**n pondering! ttvotatitrnMr/r petttam ever ewcn and uxtog mrmif orer and orerff***# i Soath. thereby aroo^ *& and fe*« met who read ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 February 1914

- ■ -: ;; • ; V-VV -S..-V. - PfPP '■ ;- - •- ;■ ;■■- -■-•■ , . . • ' ■'■ '■'•*' y 1 . ' - *V. ; , - -A ' \ and After. THE JASVSFACED GOVERNOR. V'Leu E. R- Meitzen went t0 Austin on December 20, to pre ,,'iIhs mounter land petition the governor was shoeEeil at the auda- 0f this young ma11- He could not see any landlord or tenant pro in the state that he had ruled over for three full years. His [ ' nt was so deep that in spite of all the facts geography he L i nat there were 170,000,000 acres of laud in West Texas. Some- been counseling Little Oscar since"that time, with the result lias changed his viewpoint and finds that there is a real laud ,'l-m in the state, so that we m*y ma^e our position thoroughly ,r «• present the governor's views iu December when he first met L ,\[t. zen and his later views seven weeks later in parallel columns. : lie anti governor from this evidence seems to know as little ,nt the land question as Tom Ball, the railway candidate for gov- li:or. v h afteb m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 February 1914

irBiiip* - am BBE9S5S ' ' ' Illll Renters Union. :S.-- - '*■ ,6 ;• v {E. O. villa, Texaa) ivi. rg;: I ' i; rV; 7,Jh> n § t 'ffj ■ f • •*■ -, H' r' t I LinnMM (out/, which i* oat of the wrt rack reated counties la the state, ku started tkie work of organization m IW foDowiag letter iko«; Gram berk, Tax., Fab. 2, 1914. Mr. E. 0, MeiUea, Haliettaville, Texas. Dear Sir;— Enclosed yon will find order for ♦4-15. We organized January 30th eWtcd at officers and are ready for work. I'lease aead us charter aad sap plies by return mail. Yours truly, 0. C. McFerrin, Organizer. We sre receiving each week evidence that the Socialist party locals in tha agricultural districts are poshing the Heater's Union The following from Lott, Texas is characteristic: Ny ^ Lott, Tex., February 1, 1914. K. 0. Meitzen, l>ear Comrade:-^ Our local instructed me as secretary of Lone Star local to write you in re gard to the Kenter's Union. We want you to give us all the information In regard to the Kenter's U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 February 1914

Pelf wm$ V.W's ' ' ■ ■ V SpjlJpiLr^ .€• ■ F'-v ' -fe-i -T- ias j?-'* -r- f._'. ii" "1"•' v •; ■ :• " * vv"' lP y«y WAKT TO take ad- vaitfABB or OOB 250-till-blbc- yjok orm, mrr oah-t get six gubfl rioht away, but the ujjjkob iv 8ub cards. we fxr&flsb. them ready stamped asd addressed amd each one 0 oood for subscription fsok the time of receipt un- fjj, attbr election dat, (a PERIOD or thirty-five weeks rgom march 1-) In Texas and Mexico. THE REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER ELECTION IN CLUBS OF^SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH. the great a? pear ore at to T. A. HICKBY, Editor in4 Owner $1 p«r y*t; claba of 4 (20 wssks) 26c roar Ye*rly rob c&rsU *t 75c Meh. The more the student of Mexi- can affairs studies the situation existing in that unhappy land, the niore he is forced to conclude that the basic clause of all strife lies in the fact that the masses have been expropriated from the land. The Rebel for one does not be- lieve that the great oil interests could carry on such a gigantic struggle cov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 February 1914

(By T. A. Eickey, State Secretary Socialist Party, BaUetttviUe, Texas.) I m r 11 [ •• $• .fafe-' The recoipta for due* up to Febru ary 80, were already larger than the en tire month of January. Up to Febru ary 20, the national office received from Texas a total of $160 for does stamps, with another order for $45 neat in since This will make a total • •• -• • —"A« Rlfl mm ISM NEW MMfflKm •'SKC M* JsomMm t«f£; MM :"W ' f. 4 '•• oiyi .. ."'.1 ts %•: - i:'"' 'T ii'3? 'ST ;v: ^ : v" ■ -■ •.' " " :) -"''"'J ' ' ,V: pfe; ''"i" 'I ■ : : fr:^ v% P5 r Ite V>' i) ii ' ' THE SILLY DREAM OF THE EUQENI8TS. « « 'lr The Eugenist propaganda baa ained considerable headway in .he U. 8. It is largely promulgated ay dilettante reformeni of thi long-haired men and the short-1 laired women type. They reason upside down. They think we can iave a perfect race while living in the jungle of Capitalism- They ov crlook the fact that the perfect flower, tree, shrub, or animal must have a favorable environment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 February 1914

m •• >,.• *, ..... . ■ -v-' ' w - iivms *0 ffexas Two years ago The Rebel management c6ttceived the idea of lo Socialist organizations in counties that had a certain nura- f.subscribers, a special county edition. The plan was given r* for the 'ime being because conditions were then not considered P' * +1 Ilowever we have never given up the plan, realizing as we did hat ^ properly presented and pushed, that it would give an impetus ,l„. work of agitation and organization in the various counties of cus an dthe South as no idea that has ever bee n proposed. When we began to consider the necessity of raising the sub- ,tion price of The Rebel, the first idea in connection therewith , \ step itt that direction, namely t0 organize the statewide litera- te army, known as THE REBEL VIDETTES, that already bids ■r t0 ^ one of the greatest literature armies in the nation. The Vidette plan brought up another idea that is practically a[, , xtension of the same, namely the COUNTY EDITION plan, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 28 February 1914

SS^. •;..- ••■;..• •—v- - '■ ^r. ' - •;:.; ^f.C;,...' - • - ,-. . . • feii iX. r<-JU,Vfeafciftil ruv* i«- rfv/.vA^«S &>•.&' 2MsSSS£® ' , : : ':;^ •TSAR OLD OF THE ■ _a For TM Bebol by Cash. M. FROM A LAND MONOPOLY FKXJIT8 .«>'•!«• Te*as, Feb. 14, 1914. j Pittsburg, Tex.. Feb. 2, 1914. Dear Editor The Rebel:-, Mr Tom iTiekej. Vlll yon print in your paper a '** j Dear Comrade;— J&K The Rebel:- , #««.. Better, both colored «M wfcJWT ft fa with pj,^ ^ j undertake W«H to say -re^are making th* on large Trinity river farms near here,L „prc,s mj. ,iM|9v thuka t0 yoa **t down on bit kaees to no «rwned and run by a net of tyraata who don't spell it I notice that the Dem. '"all themselves men. Who we the I m Et i I I for sending the "Appeals Arsenal of . „ ^ .. . . jFnrta" and I nip* wish the greatest WW we beginning to advocate the I*™H to rob the renters with and the tkjujk)1 to ^ tODVeyed u Mr j, T, B«*er'. Union land idea and they « <*>f to force him to Emission...

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

, i' " ■ 'A' #%• < --= . • •>. & ■ ■ , ...:,A.,. ,•« *> , SSi* r'M3? ':r;fvfP^ ;• •• . ■■ # r""^-—s—i REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER ELECTION 1 WOT OAM'I OBT SIX ' — BJ9HT AWAT, BUT THE •^jTO* W 8* CASD8. WE *^«a TKBK SBADT STAMPED !«> ADWWn© AMD EACH ONE ^ (JOOD FOE SUBSCRIPTION SoU THE TUB OP RECEIPT UH- afTEE ELECTIOM DAT. (A pfflUOD OP THIETY PIVE WEEKS 11) THE GREAT'APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE OS OUR KNEES— LET UB ARI8E. T. A HICKEY, EdttcT and Owper II p«r yw; clubs of 4 (20 wveka) 26c Four Yuri? sub cards at 76c each. If this No. is opposite your name* QQ your subscription expires next issue* *3*' tut erf. j «« McOttd-rlKH matter July 1. roil, at the i o*tof<iee at HaUette- Tillo, Tax., wder act of Mar. B, 1878. HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. IMKCff 7, 1914. o. 139 OF THE Nat since the Clark-Hogg cam- paign of twenty years ago has the party of the l)onk been so split •up, torn apart and almost dis- membered as it is at the present moment. * w Before the ...

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

_ v.. R MBLK-noruan DEBATE County M lis im ji-fc Ir I -m #8* " it fflf' $\ if .'Vjm E jr-4,1 |Jef : !-* c-;h ~0>rr'*:i«ei;- [By T. A. Hickey, Stale Secretary Socialist Party, HalUttsvUU, Texas.) From Comrade Andrews. (Thia ik a private tetter; bat it ought to be made public, sq here it ia.) Tyler, Texas, Feb. 23, 1911 Mr. T. A. HiCkey Ualletfaville, Texas. Hear Comrade i— Your uotification ot my mnlti- 111dinous nominations came today. I am in aomc doubt as to how 1 nhoiild reply to your request to no- tify you, etc. I have been nominated for some position every year for the last tdx or seven years. 1 sincerely ap- preciate the good will and confi- dence of our comrades, but surely w<- have a Urge number of mem- Vru of the party from whom to aelect men who "re capable of fill- ing the offices or which they may Ih' nominated. We are not bo poor that we must pounce upon the vtriie men year after year. I have scarcely been able to pay any due* of late. I have received in (he last...

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

' ' 1 " •"" S^vsi^-; •• ■' - •■ ■rn&>'-'£\ i :v«WgraHgr*>.*-5# a* ■ ~ Kv / -i F -~.hr* , f$ rnw" tWb*ring explicit atate- c« «| Myin« oorreap- _ cl^rrindic^ how jSdy the, poorest And moat \wrked *<*ioa °* ^ work- robbed and how heart- ~JT tie railroad underetrap- ]T their methods of securing . money". It is Bignificient Pttar ^e able to'"get by" Ih their inhuman schemes itfh their control of the muz- ° °^B We but state the blank ,h when we say that if The Hickman work. L\ had charge of the Post or oniele for one week these fel- woultl be driven out of busi- forever, flotice how the poor Uumptire is turned loose upon e public. We shall meet our cor- fsp^ent at the "Debs' meeting L.t week s^nd will have a lot lore to say about the robbery of L section men in the near fu- have him is the gang, furthermore he TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY wouldn't be able to do much work and it would only be a short time be- foreforc he would have to go back to hospital. -\ C. J. Roadmaster. Mr. C....

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

WW __ s iliMl gf?£ "—- .—< Wmsm?: :V- *j:J'\3^ --■■ •V ^/^jMsgp — ^egss Bfflsssl 8gwp m S<" XlA.fl:.:'- :' -; BEbSM^*'.' v'..; ^C?'-.Cv".':V JP* I i|"if, <, Jp^nr ^pc--@r' f&','c f1 jjWfl.lfl'liit •v - « J-| ^ipv -"■ 'Uii - ' ftsmm ^isagfrar^ah * ;.,4v^V&: - a^sr ESES^LL-.:.... ;: *->1 twW ...I ; ' :' * &«SW Mti Denver, Colorado, iOUJTS MEXICO. (Special l> §Wzf i'K- ' # *: " '■Li'iua, T0 The Rebel.)—Stories of abuses upon women and children, of robberies and other law-break- ing acts of the militia and of the tyranny and oppression* of the coal operators in Southern Colo- rado strack terror into the heart* of those who heard the congres- sional witnesses at Trinidad this week and "**d<* an evident deep •impression on the congreannen.. Probably one of the moat no torioiw outrages exposed was that told by litte ntoe-year-old Justus Yankineki, whose mother was robbed of $200 by one militiaman while the "captain" lay oat in the baggy drank. Justus told of h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 March 1914

^JSPIl WB3& - #A m® • .••';• - V-, 5- r, V I. r,,^-.; .-■■ :~-. "" _r WA** *° *A*B AD- ! a* or Otm SBO-TOtrBLEO- ^8, BXW CAN T GET an Zattt AWAT. BUT THE n, SUB OABDS. WE -HBjf BEADY STAMPED TdDBESSED AMD BACH OXB qooD FO IUB8CBIPTIOK ?Vhe time of bboeipt uh- aJTH* BLBOTlCi* DAT, (A D op THIBTY pivb weeks wifM l > : -V mmrm t, v mm i^ip—i+Lr.C. ii ■ ■ V ' ''' /■ '' • -a i r .. "••• sip i '* '/v* |BM s t~- =4= THE REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER IN CLUBS OF SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH. ■•tend u MOomd-«lMa matter July 1, 1M.1, tt tb« foktoffie* t HaUetta- will* Tw.. vato *ct •! ***• *> 1879 ItiK SM&P meeting. THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAV8E WE A RE ON OUR KNEE8— LET U8 ARI8M, HALLETTSVILLK, TEXAS, r SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1914. ' ' -fc- T. A H30KBT, Editor iu>4 OtnMr ' 91 p«r fu\ elite o( 4 (90 «Mks) 26c Four Tiulj rob c*rd at 76c och If this No. is opposite yoar mime^^a/^ your subscription expirM next imne* * v/ WHY I AM A SOCIALIST ASD\ NOT A FOUNDATIONS'1ST. L v. Debs, four ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 March 1914

name of "iWjgkm." Its "gos- pel" is legalised robbery sogar- eoaled with the name of Christ to w%mm - .... — - ■■■ ■: ■■ ■ ; :—r -- -->■;■■ 1. u,__J3! '■ ~' . 1 * 2. I read a letter that Lemona tured by the ruling ri«> and Con- atantinized in A. D. 325. wrote to roe last year when I cor "Religion" stands in defense if nered the P. P. with the letter the ruling elasB. "The church" from New York. In that ia a political I under the Lemons gives the lie to hi* denying that he had charged the "coon .dinner" on the Socialist _ party. In the, letter he says that fool the working i-lw and make' he didn't aay that it was a ^So- them humbly submit to robbery.] cialiat party affair" but a "So- H Is II f ll if " ''iSi % Tne Firm ^ndation is a publication supposed to represent th * Chirth of Christ and it* place of publication is Austin, Texas. Some two years ago the editors of that sheet published a book en- title! "The Evil* of Socialism" The name of the author was W. F. lemons of Tyler....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 March 1914

e4 Oklahoma, City) OJ (H. M. &*<*"*> '' . .. .. ' * ' •' \tw Local* for the Week. K'inlocJt, Mhwhall county, 6 iSST^-* Bryaat, Kiniock, ■SS. j* s-u- 5k; Kl I^ ;e 39 meuibei^ 4. T. Fletcher, Kl fcrtSoi Horse C/r^- TUlman county, 7 membew, H. o. rmmtrvarnn, Indiahoma, Route 3, CWWf. ~K county, 9 m« l*™. D""*1"8' destine, secretary j New Hope, Beckham county. 6 members, L. Weaver, Sayre. secretary; Cedar Springs. Choctaw county. 5 merr.- (Written for the Rebel.) Is it a prophecy being fulfilled or is it a delusion of man T > The subject I have taken is far: too deep for my brain but I have, often wondered why it was that; some of the writers to your great religious weekly have not taken it up from the above viewpoint. I will state in the beginning, 1 am a Christian of the Church of Christ and will let the Bible guide me in what I have to say. And will say again a man inav be a good Socialist and not be a Christian or know anything of the Church or his Christ. But if he wil...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 March 1914

xAl IpssKflv -•• ■ A, - .«■ --■ • vWbwi?,- ■ - IHMfflHHI mm -i :^",) SOCIALISM and the Pifmmk - • i-: T. A. HICKEY, J$TATE 8EC., EALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS. *T7T — ai. H B nn i\ | 1 •Jii k t". I ft \ I ii !<", n' I I, It ft m s i 4y Call for Nominations. .'.va:: For Platform Committee: all STATE REFERENDUM A, 1914 . ''X-'ta- *ks<- tr- ie accordance with a referendum now being submitted, local* and members at large are hereby called on to nominate three members of a committee which shall draft a state platform for the 1914 campaign, to be first submitted to a vote of the membership Nominations <jlose March 23. However if the resolution providing for such committee is de- feated, the election of this committee will not proceed. We are calling for ne i'nations this early because we must have a platform read, at least by the time the gubernatorial candidates open their . campaign. For District Chairmen: BEAD CAREFULLY IJ very wide-awake Socialist has long worried over the fact that a...

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