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

'l'¥:Z0^:L^k;;W^r $S8IP?! \ ■'' f = '- ^'i4s;V,\ ., -._ amf ^ . $?|&v V ' ^ ft '-^ '■ ■ ' - V ^ ?:#*<* : ' " * " iw| ^ ;.-.• * y^t T: '■ w I AD- ■ •• . ■ i, ,^ •: ■ i' -JwMl'isSV'fS <>i t*s QAI'j mw «nr NOVEMBER ELECTION IN CLUBS OF SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH. i,, BUT THB llTil1tf* 1X W&& filKTMI. wg WB* MAWT STAMPED 1STadd«*w > AITD HAOH ONB GOOD FOB * CMFTIOIII ;;0M TBB tllffl or BBOWPT UK- T1 ATTBB BtBOTIO* BAY, (A PEBIOD OF THXMT-FIVB WEEKS rtOM MABflgl ) ^ *7." -. 1 . wuMmt Jufy 1, t ths fOkteffiee st H&Uetta- liltov Tvl, wltr Mt of Mm. «, ism THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO V8 ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUR KNEE9— LET U8 ARISE. II -i . T A. HICK EY, Ed 1 tor and II p« jhmi dnba of « (SO w*k ) Me Fo« Ysarty rabcards it 76c twk Sfa.'""-,T If this No. is opposite jyour name \ A i your subscriptionexpirt* next issue lTi / HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. No. 140 As Unionism in all its various forms spreads throughout the United States old types appear i...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 21 March 1914

Hasa-r ■K3PK.' IPiiil MB ^pHR 6$f#| S5k i" 'ip m (■••■ .1 - «•* ■ " (#* ' .-Sfc -rrj • K I H ffl ji! f 2! ' li I II I li" if if | I If •'1 | n I« I I w H I® ®y iw ,£' *(,W || fl I ■ 1 ■ PSfe-v ^■Si&re life; ■Bi We beliere that you will agree with us that ThrRebel ha* accom- plished a journalistic marvel in ncwspaperdom, By that we mean, , that in the meet reactionary por- tion of the United States and in one of the smallest towns, with no capital except health, energy and with the national platform of our American Socialiat platform as adopted in Indianapolis in the 1912 convention. fpV* have done other things: From the first issue of The Rebel we have declared that so far as the South, which is oar field, is oOtf- ideals, we have builded a paper eerned, that the fight within the that has gone to the 25,0 mark Democratic party as to pro-gres- mark and circulated editions that sives and reactionaries which has inched si* figures. And this for resolted itsef into a fight between a...

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

Mm iPa s 'fTv BK \ : JfW& mmWL sTTgLT. LUTION socialists Cn|)l!WBlflrt( fiT* convene at Throckmor- Bn Je county seat, on "^urdjy, ~ h 28 at 2 o'clock p. m. for the of eleetinga chairman and utive committee. We want ev- eard meoA« DrW„oo ntrto^P^nt eomradeaand to ua get ready J. It. Gardenjry po. See. In CoUittworik County. I We have juat closed a week of (hoolhouse* campaigning with SU^j J- Otrk « ftker. We had full houses and .g&uized three local* aa per en- [wed application for charters. We ill hold oar encampment the 6th, and 8tk 0* Angust. 1914, with lt.ne!y J. Clark aa a starter. , W. W. Sugg, Co. Sec. Write Letter* of Protest. Henderson 0*, Mar. U, 1914. L thc SodaliMa of Taxaa: The members of Tool Local, No. 1739 hereby ma that the mem- al Ao Ucali write letters If protest to President Wilson and our senaUM and oongwaamen inst the tohwnwi treatment of he laborers isrColorado and Mich- an and-Uiafc P* demand the re- ftse of MotherMm* Hooper, Sec. Good. ___ writes: er w...

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

w?W$. ■ Sit & ** Hi •Editor Rebel:— PImm give me a little space is yoar *U(* ^*** JIApCf, MO 1 eu hsip tbe diagnose the 1m —r - >ir- lip mm§ \ I" r 1 i !;■ \%j- m 1 If" ^ I*. fc. K Wwl t • '* t: This vi . . „ >- , pP**0**' ** sdy that he sess affecting ^friealiaia. m M iW ntmat, u u. .p^ t,*a*ir~, u.. by the author t of the "Cyclopa- k w of emniaa <Ua«r lia of Law . ; ^ gri&gijfeitalnmiti*, in the Anjva* who believes or hold* tnmble i. awrt- f5st& ™ * *• Adam bequeathed to any single in- dividual special rather than col- ' leetive ownership. , r W1m u there aoaee the qneftjp* of laud tillage er usage so aa to promote the highrnt development of the iadindnM aud nation, aa thinking intelligent person will deny that ownership whether col- lective or cooperative is a distinct advantage and inpwnrement over tenancy. 8caroely a laarifond can fail to «ee> if he do not iflUJMly close his eyes, that a tefitfwy liable to be terminated at the will of an in- dividual, an...

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

i&%gg W 9£]|$ .._JI _ _____.. BF$1MP^ "" - ♦•-;-!;•• • '< ■W . . - •; r . .... • if- •• • if? ■ rji' jftjjgEPy r.. . ' ' ■■ , ■■ — c • " ' •" * .i ■, .u,. -. — :.../* .a . ".*' "''. '■■■■i^y ' 1 v.. m.. i ••• L1 V'-' — j. ■; ~1^c.#r: ~.-" " *' . i%S UNTIL NOVEMBER ELECTION jiit JK'H ™ ; _«i r • /.. - ■ ; -7.,:' . - THE ORE AT APPEABrOkBAT tO 1JB ONLY BECAUSE WE A ME ON OUR KNEBB— LET UB ARISE HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1911 , (t *+* I • '4' " mwm ■ " {••' V ' ' «* .,* afar jik.-m;■ ..••• T. A. HIOXZT, Bdltor and Owner 91 9* IT, (take Of 4 <90 VNU) 26c row Tmty Mb carta it 75c each. If this No, it opposite your name 1 Af% your subscription expires neat issue * *4* Mo. 141 -..Socialism iu> m wmumi to aor nnninuu. • f... ^r/:. Washington, D. 0., March 22,--Pre liraiaary *P« WW takes today by the Peetelfiee Department to perfect its plea «f tedaeing tbe com of liviny by haviag the parcel post carry farm predasta direct to tbe door of tbe eon Ten cities—Boston...

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

------ ■ - -T "■■ ■!,' r- -■ :f-w:] fe&S-l ?#. -?- IS: .. 7* ' • ■ - ■' !)U-p^ .V v N , . ■<" • - - v ' ■ i ' ' ■ ■ ■ .■ . . I •* I 7] Ui If re&\• 1 0 T' % • Local Potomac reports the elec- tion of A. J, Karri* u county chairman steps are being taken to put a county ticket is ©ompletc a• possible. Arrangements were made to distribute 100 oopie> each •f The Rebel and Appeal propa- ganda editon per month. C. F. Duncan the live wire at Whitesboro gets Noble for a dcte and is arranging to organise both Renter's Union and Socialist lo- cal and at the same time distrib- cialist new#pepers. 0. Weltner, Camp Verde- writes; Kindly let trie have ful information as to the Organixinj of. a local. Have five or six here Mii) desire to' organise a local, bu they would tike to know exactly what their dues would lie for some of them are reaping the ''prosperity" for Which' they ftiVc been easting their ballots since they were old enough to vote. 1 , ,A GOOD SPEAKIU. , Kirklind, Tel, Ma...

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

S?f' V fillip * "' " ' ' • ■ ■ % • / .. .. ■ •-- :r-;-i'4 ^'S. . i. ®>WL- jtS' — ... «*-.-: +■• y y • v «V.•&**■■■ 0g IVH - ' Pebruary 21, 1914.' , Teaant tun*™' ^ato,' ^tsjrille, Texaa. " "' « 'a:r:i"S3Kft,L"V ■■ f 8it«J— the February issue of the "Pub- , very live weekly paper pub- „ iB Cfciesgo, Which, costs only resr, aa****# be read by ev- Lnt wh betov" i« *« d°m, I ,tot the * • * fcnnera of Texas I circolati*! • P«itiou to QoTer" Colquitt, requesting k m t0 [i,l ssssto* tke Legl,1 tnn! *• jt , constitutional amendment Liding for full rental-value tax llBd held for speculation or Ltation, evept homestead reser- Ls, to the end (tat "we and „ „ey shall become the sole title Ld in the State of Texaa." \m a speculator in Texas fanning I know what speculation ^nJ to tenant fanners, to owning nfM snd to society generally; and longratuUti T«u on the movement hsve begun. I know that a land ,u *tor is of no more value to |itty than a rat is to a corn crib; a rat does no more harm...

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

Rft.u5h'ti£«-« ltowRP!glfo%&^l"ife f ' W : II ii,''l.V. HPPI I ®PK WW- fMrnsmmm -Wm :' ' BZ^ttlili « —^ ■ ■ • ■ ■" ■• ■,-■'• -<- '■ :.. - •* • •/•■;•■.. -y.'-v ■.•■■ •..•■—■/;:■ •■ -•-. • . ■ • \ - . ' - v ; . ' "' •'#'1- St'/i 1 .- tC i_ HI II I F . jj;i I I PI fj I! im' . i It" -r- i1- '*& -i'4 y:.:' (iv f; rr' -v (XL X. Sinclair, William*, Haskell couaty, 0 mmn- >r\ F. M. Williams, Laqoire, Men- tary; Hulbert, Cherokee county, 11 i member*, L. T. Wright, Hulbert, by J. A. Lewi*; Hteedman, Pontotoc county, 12 member*, O. M. Ishman, Steedman, secretary;. Chelsea, Soger* county, 16 member*, E. fL Huston, Chelsea, secre- tary; * , Haskell' county, 13 members, J. C. Martin, Kinta, by J. W. Shropshire; Rankin, Rofers Mills, 7 members, L. 0. Chase, Rankin, sec re tary; Springer, Carter county, 10 mem bers, M. A. Stansbury, Springer, sec- retary; Roll,. Roger Mills county, members, F. N. Thorp, Boll, secretary Newalla, Oklahoma county, 10 mem hers, L. gtansbury, Newalla, by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 April 1914

• Pvf3l THE REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER BUT THE T. A. HIOKirr, Biitor tad Ovmt II 9* Jf* ; clubs of 4 (20 wetka) 26c Twu T«il| mb canto at 76c wc*. If this No. is o your s «o. u opp^tc your nam* i a nbscriptiou exiittwHicxt issue 1 THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO VB ONLY BECAUSE E ARE OlrOVR KNEE8— LET UB ARISE. Knfni m Mcomd-flM suitor Jal* l 1911. at the po totti«e at Hallctta rille. Tex., uader set of V r. 3, HALLETTSV1LLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. WAMt TO TACT AD- VAXTAW OF od 26C-THXrELEC- TION OFTEB, BUT CAN'T OET 811 SOBf BALANCH or RUB CARDS. WE 70B)TI8H tbjok bkapt stamped n> addbbssed and bach one IM OOOD FOB SDB8CBIPTION from the time or KBCBXPT UN TIL A^TXB ELECTION DAY. (A PERIOD OP TmBTY-FTVE WEEKS FROM MABOH 1 •) If is generally conceded by the best authorities on American aih Sevifipaper that the most efficient all round newspaper uiau of tfaii generation is ( harles Edward Russell, formerly managing editor of the New \ ork American, The Chicago Examiner aud city* editor of Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 April 1914

____ ■pRraBHflr ^ if •' ; ■ : . - f - ■■ t v - :. *:' . * " " IflS! in ■ Hi H - . . "V:- T^m WBSHBBjyygiMB •■•V' V'' ' i . !"■■■>. Wmi >v; :Wm ow for the flrsl K -rfsia. \ti fU Si !!i; ; ■I 1 |j iISm I mi II II S§ fPt ff' f 3 Mi ! '* -i- Hi J II f P. ffl ft i Si fc&! | 3*4 f 11 m ■ r f It fit. -■6 i ■ k 1 b ■ li i Only two week* have elapsed since the first announcement ap- peared in TKe Rebel and already there has been a most gratifying „ response to turn The Eebel estab- Sociali lishment over to the the South. cialista of From every side come lettei* 4, of approval and stock pledges as well as mqre promised. The mili- tant Socialists of Texas, and Okla-. homa have caught the inspiration of this tremendous plan, that* if it succeeds—and we have the un- alterable faith that it will— means 100,000 Rebel readers and the Socialist party in control of the state capitols at Austin and Oklahoma City by 1916. For the ten,, days .ending March 31, thirty-one pledges for stock have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 April 1914

■ * .... T mA 2cf£3 Cir ^ •' t - > jyOJf&V Fori: i XAT/OSAL SOCIALIST COR- ———- • >* • "" ■ ! REStONDUNCE IV THE m egrniug* and Personal REBEL. )% not received ix0m ^ I 'in her sole control — j Washington, D. C., March 27. - OlortdP. Utah).. Idaho. j The Democratic paHy has decided have interest in each j t0 viuiate unotuer piaiiorm pleuge e t*te—Wyoming, Co- in order to square itself with the Utah. Idaho. \ interest of capital. Tihs platform [\j pay for equal work in pledge states that the labor organi- cLr profession regardless of zations "should not be regarded as Wyoming. Utah. (The law illegal combinations in restraint of the «alHri«, of other public trade." President Wilson thia |g and as women are eligi- week stated, however, that the giiy public office, the rule amendment to the Sheramn law cally prevails in all four proposing to exempt labor unions from prosecution under the Sher- fessionn aud all public of- iman law ia not a part of hi# anti- open to men— in all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 April 1914

AM DWPnUJfO LETTER. 1 J M d it K, i l;-?U i! rC; I' | .a m l! 1. |g| : rap; •: >«■ in Tens and -A to Th« Kebel Eltewkere: 1 write you because 1 want you all to know that I an your brother com- mie in the fight sgainn thia capital. ' ist >y t«n that ia causing ao mucn luvirty, suffering, heartache* ami urouaa trim the toiling millions that producing all and have produoed «'l I ho wealth of the worl). I wil . a>lmit rt i* enough to inaJto u* cry, and rura« a little too, but lets not do either but fight it to a finiah. You kaow the battle which we shall do tqd the protecting wings of social govern- ment float*, over thia laado of ours what will it mean for those million* of worker* It will mean equal right*, protection, equal opportunities niitl roal life to us all. Oh, boy*, if So •'iulixm come* into power and spread lirr floating banner over thi* nation of our* and bids all men and women to i'uiim' unto her and live, what a joyous ration nation of people we will be. That is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 April 1914

I -w- 7JZ, - ..." ■ ,y TOO WANT TO TAKE AXX- ffjUrTAGB OF OTJB 25CT1LL-ELEO- TffF tjON OITKE, BD* OAK'T OBT SEX S0BS ***** AWAYl *** *** RAl«-<*CK nc SOB CARDS. WE FURBISH READY STAMPED aKD addressed AND EACH ONE IB QOOD FOR SUBSCRIPTION TBOM the time op receipt un- TJL AFTER ELECTION DAT, (A period of thibty ftve weeks rKOM MARCH 1) _ , «■ r REBEL UNTIL NOVEMBER ELECTION IN CLUBS OF SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH THE GREAT APPEAR ORE AT TO V 8 ONLY BECAU8E WE A RE ON OUR KNEES— LET UB ARISE. nAiA.kiTTavirrv r* rjs VITJ P/HV n mn T A. ESCXSY, tiitor Aad Owuw SI per year; clubs of 4 <20 *Nb) 2b* Ttxu Yearly sob card# at 76c «ach. It this No. is opposite your nam? 1 A a your subscription expirts next issue 1 ■ 4 1911, at the po*toffie« at w«'VrH ' No. 143 ▼file, Ttt., andCT act of Mar. ^ 1379 More Muddled Donks. The Donkoeratic party is in the most inudcTled condition of its stupiii life this ywtr. A condition • Ifvoutfy to bo wished for and one Fake of From a Democrat Congressman. ft r ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 April 1914

| '• . LIBERTY. Watch it Grow* ■ySi ?%i-d t ; • ,. „(■ <*?* ". b <-'.wa Bff' S •- m 1 ■K In! n I I' I PIP1 § I i H ■% I i j [ i nil f Jl: b 1 I I b i' , Hn STOCK PLEDGES FOE THE REBEL HAVE CROSSED THE $500 MARK. PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK. ALL TOGETH- ER NOW FOR THAT FIRST $1000. Tbroe are but a few of a targe num- ber of comrades and sympathizer* who believe that the placing of The Rebel upon the sound financial basis will place the Socialist* of Texas in a position to fight out the 1914 cam. paign with such strength that every voter in the state will bo able to un derstand our views and vote accord ••fly. This means that we will have broken through the cloud of ignor ano that ha# hampered our cause in the pastt. Accordingly every voter of freedom should f®t<Jn on this prop ooitioo at once and every dollar will help us on the road to freedom. C Gholnon, Cass county, Texas, or- ders one share, with best wishes. Goo. P. Youngblood of May pearl, writes; "Pleaoe accept this small f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 April 1914

r — BODY AND COMMON body iustead of the whole, what WEALTH. would become of the other organs T"T , , . „ _ of the bdy durinog the "deurth?" ite* T Rebel by w. T. DIE* Darn you, and you know Flovers.) it, yet that is the very system tliat •tli!,u is u science of reoon J* e,nI% ^ *ad th* most 1 society on an entirely °* 1 be empty bellies walk up to - by substituting the the P<>U« and vote for. That is the i s of association for that V®tem ^at m08t of the preachers flStition in everey branch of th«' *ipes to be subject to. industry—Worcester. i£ * w .^e 8>'®tem tbat your 8 ti1(, Socialist philosophy is Democratic and Republican par- with the science of * «*nd for. That is the system ' nhvsiology, I now propose' f * 18 robbing children of their fun a when that fact is es- bread,_ and. women of their virtue. _ and wben lished, thW remains up rD(1 upon which an intelligent That is the system that "Christ- ianity" today, taken aa a whole, mition can be offered against js defendin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 April 1914

Mr ssaBi - lid TO THE USJOA UAS. {by Jeme D. CarmichaeU As * anion man, i wish to talk Gompeni know that industrial un- >co i* the only TRUE labor orgsn- ixatjon. bat b« wishes to bold as into dirmm, m tkkt he amy bold it?' TVV; I , to my fellow worker®, both anion job. The absurdity of Gomper- • • i. "In union the"* " and and non-union. The Union " a great and good movement. It means the awaien mg of the worker* on the eeonouuf- fit Id and their coining together in the realization th^t their interest is the concern of ALL. Slowly Hut *tradily and inevitably the long Hlutubejring hosts are coming to the ivalitaUfen of their strentb The strength of ail workrtS lies ttf and is to the extent they are or ganiawd and educated. Henea, the organising of craft unions, which ->niy a*U the craft-organized, only to the extent of its own organisa orguiiUcd strength of each . erafmnon dtermines its strength and the extent of its power. The days of this class of «ni<>ns is drawing to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 April 1914

I ■ ... I I _ £ ; ■ _ ■ i v - -"v; ^ ■■-"■ ' • — • ■ -.. • TAXB AD- . ■ . II 1 i Iff, n ••:• i - - -«p ass?S.- ••. '•*-:•• ..' "V '. * • j — •• v •'■ t .V-' ' ■ -£■■■■ ~j*. i. • • :v -.i:- \ ' . •• •• • 4 •A^HI : i-V rr - BUY THE CARDS WE UNTIL NOVEMBER Ire***1* iL __ ISTAW***®® AlfD BACH ONE hToooD roK TOWOMPTIO* IlLuraK TtlCB OP BBCHPT UN S AFTBB BLBOTIO* DAT. (A Pod oFjfflBW-nvE weeks ON IN CLUBS OF SIX OR MORE, 25c EACH T. A HICXBT, Editor aad Owmt II por ytu; ctaba of 4 (90 wooks) 2Sc Fotn Yoarly «uh cards it 75c uct •i.4- ? isjtf' If this No. is opposite your name f AC your subscription expirtanext issue * **) —„ ^ r Jrfjr 1, 1841, •« tko po t office it HaBotto- villo, Tw.y —dor Mt of Mar. S, 1879. rffi' GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WW ARK ON OUR KNEES— LET US ARISE nr~ - — !■:: . ' 1 HALLBTTtfVILL ft, TEXAfyXATLHVAY, APRIL IS, 1914. Silent J ■ «-m- The From North, South, East and J West wo nrt hearing reports Lwugh the capitalist press, trades journals, iHbor union o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 April 1914

V •.■ Hi others i intantton, IfH m ,ii It v ••! pi I |;-i pi i M- lb Ml i r of 8ny- Willi Chiam arreral weak* in flip* the Chum-Clark debate Ftwirio* Chism and Ckam hiumtil port of date to bafta with me the Oaaa- after hit <M te with Clark s Ihcta, Tet Chimn reports it in aoch au- ner m to mkr the mdtr baler* debate that hie debate with mm emaged from * alter he had met Clark. China tha lied that all I fire thia aa another example hook, of the unscrupulous tie* which the tty- T. P. u villiaf to palM for the «aaf of meaoeaaiiea wha are writ- alandernic the Btnialmt —in ram it N0 wonder the bewther wha the Soeiahat party, letter in my •aid he —«. «« * w. w all coafidMee in the P. F. It X. W. Morgan, in the F. P. reported that debate at Clarita, Oklahama. te aft heeaaae tha So- ciaKsta wanted to bom the whole job. aad that if it had eape aft that the Sseaatiata intended ta pet 'net co on reeori oa hia Mr attkfea in The Bebel ^ k and the F. F. him to apae tojdid not $**■01 hia beak, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 April 1914

v:'' L .«* mm ,■"iwoafflH .... ,,,,. . .. ... " - : ' ■: ■~i$£ WFtQ-;:: " v..v,-v DISTRICT OAjnKATION. WOTk of agitation ud orgaaita- i TLei develop*^ splendidly in every <* ^°ffjri r . position «*«* wwber <rf «P~k- h v« the p« eh and can de- . th« foods- k**u Rhould - ' ■ aad write to for Kos«, secretary. tb« f0«d8. The Socialists of Texas Murchison'Branch, j. b. Lewis Mar- Mrs. Emma Norman) a talente<l i r hi son, secretary. speaker from Oklahoma, will meet the Poolville, Route 3, i). M. Towl«( county attorney of Choroae« county PoolviUe, Ht. 3, secretary. in debate on Friday, April 17 at Rey- Willow Spring, J. W. Sanford, Em- nolds, Cherokee county. Mm. Norman try, Route 3, secretary. can b« depended upon to represent Big Rock, D. P. Durham Eustace, our principle* in the moot satisfactory secretary. manner. Hill Creek, J. S. Meadows, Glen This is an incomplete list of the number of debate* that have and are FIN ASCI AL RE FORT, SOCIALIST PAR1X- OF TEXAS, FOR MONTH ENDING...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 April 1914

-■'K T? m ■M wmm B®; ?*• &■££- '■ "■'' - k- ' - * "*/"• ■ ' Bi m tail *a ' ' ■„ '+>. -S;r& : W" ' gfgP !'A" •" '. • ^ • •a -1; r 9em Tlge. Alas and alack a day for all ia not well in the camp of the Donk. That miserable outfit is rent with disunion and as might be expect- ed, the things they are saying about one another is enough to make angels weej. It is a failing of human nature that men do i.ot give much etedenee to what their opponents say. they rathe? leu a willing ear t0 the statements o their friends. Consequently The Rebel takes much pleasure in pu!> lishing below the views of the Hon. Jeff MeLemore, editor <of State Topics published nt Hous- ton, Texas, and the Donkocra candidate for congressman-at- large on the Donk ticket. A mighty tlholder of. the Donkoerat- ie faith is the bachelor editor of Houston . Only two short years ago- he came within 2.000 votes of being elected eongressman-at- large.Wherefore it may l e said that hp speaks with knowledge and a...

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