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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 May 1914

. i • ■ ■ Si-' # Hi if gg $! 1111 MS itM M ■■'>*<■•4 i? tti m -<V;T^r\ >'■ ' ■ 4 ^ - ' J- — ■■ ,' •■'■ I . ' ''"WvMiL ^ "' " THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE ON OUR KNEES— LET US ARISE. I M Mwad-flaa. ■ attar July 1, at tto ffktoeOM at HaUetta- Mt «f X*. t, WM'in s; V \ HALLBTTSVlLLiB, TWUfl, SATURDAY, MAT 83, 1114. :-.. . ..... _V subscrip expire# > Renter's Union wss organized, less than three years ago, the knd question, was not considered or discussed In its deeper broader sense,the sense of who has the right to own the land beyond the stage ftf use and occupancy. Since that time the people of TeauuT Java paid more attention to the discussion of the land question than ever before with the result that in the space of two short yean the land iame has become the gerat, issue ill state politics and the scheme >f the Dohk politician to continue the jj^rohibitlon issue as the main issue has gone by the board until the situation has been reached that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 May 1914

MM-mi HI y. kt, by the chief officers ofVhat is left B^JLJpifce Barmen' Uniong%"W«fc Important Announcement be reme-be^ that u**> ofn«™ _., '"'S'V ? . t ij«votm(rpr etie«IIy il of their The Rebel management had decided to cut the Gordian knot tatxwsting the candidacy of In other words, so anxious ane we to give impetusfo the greatest campaign in the histwy of Texas, that we have decided to begm organizing the stock company at once, and at tha «ame time RE- DUCE THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE BE6BL, effective tXWl We*teke this radical step in the firm belief that our friends and comrades everywhere will back us to the limit* not only with farther stock subscription*, bnt with large Rebel sub. lists, at the o rate of 26 cents for 40 weeks in cluba of four or more, or 50 cents PCl yCWe consider that the amount *> far pledged for Jjj hardest time of the year, together with hundreds of tentative pledges, WiU no difficulty inj^ the leg* W m M suh**ription lirf and eh nlvnt ax are not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 May 1914

ifiplif; & '}>.:*■"<•*' m ft mm gpi an ~;v^ HP •Ifpf vflfSI"' f«Ifl PSSfcl i®fe Kfc':; t; x? *4 ■ rf||| j|§^ !*! v.s; w St'; r.i ites. .J£PPr' ' ''' •/-' Hickey, State Sec., HalltUi- vOt0j Texa .) EXCAMPMgyTS. M Ham Bussa; justice of the peace,] was adopted. district 3, L. W. Sweet; constable! The following candidates were district 3, T; B. Fisher, Jr.; con- nominated: Louis Bankford of COLORADO MASSACRE. If such an atrocity as that re-J had been] Notes! PATRIOTISM, But* Secretary, S. P. We Socialists have little use for the kind of '• patriotism'' whieh allows plutocracy tt rule with an iron hand and ignore the rights of those who Robertson County rnerce, for county J. G. Al- K on file thirty encampment will have some very import- ftnd deflate annoucements to with reference to encamp- epeakers and other attrac- ^ within the next week or two. Already w<fe pplicationa. eakers with twenty more prac- tically assured. To judge from he present outlook we should [^ve 150 enca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 May 1914

vy i m ••• ■ ■. mm %gm m 4 Hr-'fe' P ' 'J& V Ik Kit: MASSACRE. (From The New York World.), If roch Kb atrocity as that re- in Colorado had been Me to Villa or Huerta in Mexico the whole country wouk have been aflame at the horrojr of it. Whole families have Iteen - -wiped out « a result of a strike war between mine cruards ahd mil- itia men on one side and mirier* on the other. Of the dead Und wounded the majority are women and children. There could be no such massacre as this if the State of Colorado had not surrendered its government to the Rockefeller Fuel and Iron Company. It has done even worse than that. Hav- ing permitted the inhabitants of a large section of its territory to carry on hostilities for months, it has openly taken sidea. Instead of using Its great majority to oompel peace and establish justice, it hss assailed the weakef of the antagonists with all the fury of the savages who onee roamed its valleys. Whatever the rights and wrongs of the quarrel between Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 May 1914

I ]?■ i > -flea flfe&JhiXwE V '". :">^V, .1-" I-'.- -5 mm. %■: •. • ; &$Xi riw ©ji^ir app*4* ewir ro 0ohht because we a he on our ehees- let vb arise a*—* mm "• ,,[rt,.^..;~. - .,-^jjfe-;.-, . HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914. ■UiliiiiUni* illti')!."!"1 MMftMOT?'1: JMMMMPl Jily L yit *e r«tof(l«« «* Haltett*- «t of JUr. S, 1ITS. VyS TJiiMEB T. HICK BY, Editor and Owner / 60c per y*ff c!ab# •* 'our or more (4i weeka) 25e. ;••%. If this Number is opposite your Dome y ar aabeerip tion expire® next fame No. 160 et al ;. ,-:y .• v;;,,.. . v ; • • In the county jail at San Antonio there are fourteen prisoner* ler at the next term of court, 13 Mexicana and one Amer- i charged with the murder of one Candel*rio Ortis, which oa September 10, 1913 in Dimmitt county near Wether these men are innocent or not of the ^ ^ _ iWi wado not know and could not know be- cause of th# many conflicting reports that wnjked thia jffice. The j ga*iwl«t party. locals in the southwester...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 May 1914

Hi wErtStSHSBB! Mw r0"T$}i W §# m r - ' i&liWHS H S®a8f' 5^y"'v imfe i m \ eh ■ i - >. i |; I Mh— V * w ■* rA'^n^i mvn ""-'-^■XVr~r' #f- ■ ffoWSW' u<ii JRBMRV9!&&S '^■ ■{V : s" W. S, Noble, John , Miss Era Wk " Last week we gave details of the Governor's Tour that we •r etpeoted tor begin about the middle of September. - F' . However, this week arrangements have been perfected whew by, this tour can begin with the opening of the encampment season. This ha* been done by inducing two, more persons to join with the gubernatorial candidates in organizing a state encampment second to none in America. ■ * . As stated in the headlines the members of teh star encampment force ate: ■ '« , 4Mb 1 E Er'Meitzen, of Hallettsville, Socialist candiate for gover- nor. Among his subjects are: "What Would a Socialist Governor Dot"; "TJfce Farmer's Program;" "Organizing the SCo-operative Commonwealth." ' . . t: W. S. Noble, of Rockdale, candidate for lieutenant gover- nor. Subjects: "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 May 1914

mm :>■% WW,. r. & i Sec., Hallrtts t.) ; r« E B. Meitzen, the Socialist no- ^ee tor Governor, will fill some •tes between now and the first of holy when the encampment eeaaoii get under way. fle is routed IL^i May 30 until June 21, with two ope* dates,* namely, June 8nd 10th. Those living in the Kicinity of Brown and McCul- t counties can have these dates V at once. Com |^(ie Meitzen's dates are as follows Cameron, May 30, 31, and June I Belton, June 2; Chad wick, June h' San Saba, June 4; Pear Valley bine 5 and 6; Junction, June 7; La 8; Coleman county, June 11 It# 21* " i" t. ir New County Organized. J Kleberg county, William Bayles, Kingsville, Secretary. New Local* Organized. Star: T. H, Ashtou, Sec., Hood Co. ; organized by Co. Sec. Tem- ple Hall: Jl. J. Berry, Sec., Hood Co.; organized by Co. See. Wake: C. P. McDermott, Sec., Crosby Co.; organized by J. & Belanzo; Pa- W. 8. Noble'$ Dates. W, S. Noble, Socialist nominee | for lieutenant governor of Texaa, 1^11 speak ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 May 1914

14 "< RnHin : p: >fef pf iiw'^MifS: P ; ¥5 *, ^Se9m#ra® mm mmi Wf W0 IV r - Pi Dooa. QUESTIONS FOB A PBJCACB. I, W ill! T. ft P. Shop*, Ft Worth, Tex, May 14, 1914 Rev. Frank Singleton, Missouri Avenue Church, Ft Worth, Tem. and p..:. El* m I Hp- IBi I |||; ijf|k la' speech before the United State Senate, Senator Itortine of K« Jerwy made a vigorous pro- test against fl uie tfWhfitt ar- miea in times of atrOtte He Mid to, ^The employment of armed bo- ^ Sir die. of thngS - and no other word We the undemgned ci "v„ nafi-fv-—thfl employment of to1'*" in our Capitalistic thug, under the n me of mine titiv, Ml of plnwfer, having read 3, 1 insist i8 the evil of our our Bible some and learned some, day While I had the honor to serve th^g about the teachings of the «*'member of a committee or com- old prophets in regard to the ex- n&Z, or whatever it might be pioiti^ of the ci^to^ rf wealth SS in West Virginia. whe*in d ofthe^ap these armed thugs played an 1m- Jhe eariyJ3®"***™ J*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 June 1914

gPK E5M« •t.- r back to the Sub Rate. tree. m SBSK .-1 •': S • .' ; •. , Kk^ \- rjffif APPEAR GREAT TO VB ONLY BECAUSE WX A RE ON OVR KNEB8- LET VB ARISE. T. A. HICKEY, Editor aad Owner 50c p«r jear; clubs of four or more (40 weelw) 25e. If this Number is opposite your name your subscrip lion expires next issue 152 a ;:i ■:S®8 latered as st the poatoffiee It Halletta- uto Ml smtter Jmly 1, • at Halletta- of Mar. «, ir«L •v ■MM HAltLETTSVlLLE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914. WBWMWWMMMBB8HBMWMMBMWS|SBge35g 1 . WWII ■' I' III limill-IUUiJ Ui-iilJJr!! No. /Of MEITZEN OPENS CAMPAIGN. AS TO LEASE CONTRACTS. Tl.e largest newspaper institution in the State of Texas is the Pallas and Galveston Morning and Serai-Weekly News, end the Dai * following contract is char- actertsticof many similar ones that Cameron, Tex., May 31, 1914. art hfeing used with increasing fro- Editor the Rebel.— queasy through the state. As each &. E. Meitzen, nominee for gov- year's goes on these contracts bo- lus E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 June 1914

mm mm !£££•<! r-■ m^Tm W$mmm mm m gg®®®# msmmf. Eijfci" £-■& mi W Texas Notes. (tU.Hi ickey, i vols W|f| State Sec., Holletts- Texas.) ;V" £&-;■ ;. " ,. ' . Hi* r i i Mf' 1 Pi IS <" !i|! ¥ 1 \ tA debute will occur *at Tow, Tex, bfeginaiag Juno 10 and continuing for several days between U. U. Wilkersou, u Oklahoma preacher and the Bav. W L. Thurman of Sulphur, Okla. Every comrade within the radii* of ,25 milee should do all in hi* power to be pro* eat. Joha A. Corris will filldates in j Ataacoaa county for a wiek beginning Jun« Id. Aayon, wanting him in the southern part of the state write this office at once. We have so many requests fo# speakers for July 4, that it will be impossible to fill aU dates and answer all letters. • * • Stamford, Tex., May 21. Dear Mr. Hickey:— The Clark meetings in this sec- tion of the Donk realm were large and, of coarse, enthusiastic Clark meetings always are. Com- rade Smith, our county eecretary> tells me the Ida Crouch-Haxlett meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 June 1914

sgi mm I /■ ■ .vM ■s— drunken questions of John P. Ro- Dr: feaelw 10, daring ser- tihurah. ... | I do not belong tu aay church rny- "aelf. I am not an adherent of either Dr. yn mOBW* w W" workixigfaouse Woelfkin's brand of religion or nt the sentence imposed by Ma*.*, white's. I speak merely M a citUen of jte Campbell of New York Ci-. New York. However, believing iu 1 do, May .18, on Reverend Bouck that the Christian ekureh is enticed to for endeavoring to Mk Goe respect, I feel that to manhandle and club peopl^ in church, because they de- al™ to sjpeak tfteir mind in "regard to ethical questions, Is not only an as- . sault open liberty of expression, but >' Magistrate upon the aharch itself and thi spirit of TU I Christianity which it is eoppos*l to re' flagrant prMent. indictments for ua-| Nothing that Mr.White or his friends and disturbing a *•-! might have said in regard to the 5°"^? against this j Christianity of Oalvary chnrch and of % ***** ™p*eta * the gentlemen who suppo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 June 1914

$ ■ _ .;",r ...... . . " fesl / / '/ M *& : *" fk -mM I ^ V 1 A -J t **'''k' „ 1; ' /< 3j|C, ; :,:i--T--r ■ . V- ■■ ■ / ■■■';"• ; : . ■ i . - • M ml,u nnnwrta db ■•'kl 4 llf MfeftAm Jft '?*& h*Ps u I* l>*ek M •* *M JTifA HEBML $BM isp •# .r mm ^Si j^swuawa ejig@£r |TiVp>S| IpyfcMf ... „Jp^P 'JKm.■ wPlp '> 4HUBvMW^BPf i. in I* Pt'3 HggiPl VH>'r' fimi- i !1 I ! Wa wis* 10 remind you again that o&ieae yon har« nominated yoar coua- ty officen according to th« bow lawa, job will aot haye * chance to got your IBM ob the ticket. The office* of Be- - gistor and Deeds and Couaty^ Clork have booB conaolidated nador the name of. County Clerk and Ex Officio Bcfiater of D^eds. The office# of Dis- trict Olirk, Clerk of tko County Court, aad Clerk of th, Superior Court kavo :r been (consolidated under tk« name of "Court Clork". All County Chairman aad Seeretarioe, a* well as Candldatea ro re4ue#ted to make aura that there is ao mlstcko la the naming of the Co. 'A ticket....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 June 1914

fflffiMli ?■ fV*Jo£ ?;; ■: > •*l ■ ■•, . .-i* |Jft '«1'Vl't \ ' " - '*' I J i'ffl® jfr BSr■•■ SSlSWv'/ \ ■ 1 p ."/ I' W.tr&i A H" dr* ^Mmw "A') J 111 V .'itlTO^.OTT'tTSflrr H Sis •i; «: •f- , . • -<''"■ <? x -^1 —?— -.--■—*••-•"*# •••• ~,r.,— «v- ■ . ■ - : r<-r ;■-- * -- . . W. ■ 3£® «■• P| sisS Si . ; M' ■ V •* .!# _Ji®: .^Vv : r ■■ «4 u MCOKd-rlMa matter July 1, • 1 at the Rottoffioe at HaUetts- It UMP w yvww^**^ww r«x.. nader Mt of Mm. S, lir . TBK GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ON$I BECAUSE WK A RE ON OUR • — v- . • * * - r'^m ,.r- KNEES-LET UP Ahf&R i^wm' -: >■■ I'HWil T. A. HICK K Y, Editor and Owner 60c per year; claba of tbur or more {40 weeks} 25e. If this Number is opposite . , your name your subscrip 15o tioft expires next issue - - $ps $ rflH™ m HALLETTSYILLE,' TEXAS, SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1914. if , iiJ&i vLi- yJjS.jJf "-l®® i jiiiiiW ' ii i> today, is i" the midst of the most remarkable political „ ...nce that one in which, over twenty years ago, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 June 1914

rap 1 " • HSR9M1 r, akw g."' | I Kr"-: iff ! re been over the farmera of T would have tad to dig :tor over $3,000,000 4 yur, as their share ofthojncreaie. ThcRailroad Commission refused tolet them fanve it The r i)rosda Are now conducting a state-wide. semi-secret publicity campaign getting arguments for higher rate* printed in the M wsp* tm ' MM' ' stuff Adver- 'Msfi the influ- governor, repeat that a year to t editorial u once of the '•mil '£ that the snarling over man and French "tunanimously of UM wSote h*b been cut 10 p*r JO pr cent, a difference'of 20 per cent in favor of the Texas roads. • • • The conclusion to be drawn front all this is simple. If you are nT«w* m^T farmer or WR«o%orker then ix*like Uaiehing, tjie child that thflse times throe are nine or four tinea five are twenty, tfou wiP see that at any time, anywhere in any nation when the principle is aecepted to govern that nation that the private owner- ship of the means of life is correct then they who own the means ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 June 1914

I® ISlifilill m i : ... y ' Si 6 Y, State 3*ewtary, Hallettsville, Texas. —-W ,^^,,, ,| , J|MI-If ■, I J i , UH.ILM od Jce aj > NO' rIB M&M: SP , Com- Ciirrie "„Ne" If you ipment speak- for Gov- Placid, ,-> Jtnw dates sur- igptr. .$p for lieu- -Alvarado, June dates $ ■' V pring* i Debate. Please announce in The Rebel t'mt VY. S. Noble Will meet Rev. U. G. W ilkinson in debate in Jack- sonville, Texas, (in the park). Sub- ject. the Leinmon'a Book. All So- ia ista in East Texas ought to be there afr vre xieed them 10 help us laugh as Noble®' takes the bide off. Don't forget Friday and Saturday, I une 26 and 27th. Tours for one more hide, Eugene Etheridge. • * * I will* debate with D. J. Forbes at the Carter school house twelve miles north of Weatherford in Parker county, beginning Juno 30th to last three days. The Bible and Socialism will be e fUbjects. Doer Socialism bar- monize with the Bible J J. L. Davis backed out after I had siped his own propositions. Yours for a bett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 June 1914

if ■ x ::/A '■ ■ wmjm « i j fi.ii j j;! r. WkJ •$S& CtfiV:; ;,V ' vu ! *;•', l&tMB i i The Ladies* Auxiliiary to ratecSKf •sew anrihe ^ pp^ :tottwo«B tka ~ " f# an wny ftr tho «to- gl« e«u*4«, b«| • Uttto Ht ef teeoDo /«&) |al«miaiaa>, will p«|p|> % WBBI ™ ■ r- i-.,^.- ■. eo*a«.. Stomp, win be Mt didate for gorecnor of the State I catastrophe ia CT: * ih. 1-U of Texaa make known to a. your the caL ■• $ «#*£ ®p°n *?. louowr * The.^of / «#«i («) & & . <• out U5* *■* * ■ .• * ** -l** *«• * Mai for tfc« worth o£^*^/ <rtfc;fa NpVtJl (ii tew«$9 si tit you 01)8 >UCT of 8 SI m ■w. mombonhip of 518. 515 bnui Mw fighting raaapaat, "roaring to go " pioe* <rf animated propaganda. Well, I reckon that tW« will be oaffieloat to make the maehine poMtietoa open hie eye* and wiah for "date" ef the old brand. Bat the poor fellow «nt make a "toad and ttntoa any aura. great moment at thia time, vtt: jmerejr, Do you believe in the ®-|elin,. _ of women and to!apron st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 June 1914

MHraas J'} '\*£fN aflfe- SS«H Mi m -'*'& ''V ■■4-'i .-MVh X A: zimsSz ariMfa THE ORB AT APPEAR GREAT TO VB ONLY BECAME W« 1JUP Otf 017B KNEE8— LET to A RI8E. T. A. HICK*T, B**r ai Omw 50c per year; cW of four or more (40 weelv) ®e. If this Number k your name your tion expires, . . v i v r- ffF.k X "k m u*d« ut of Xv 8, ltTI. ^m ■r ir/ • : wfiiraSte .;v.' "/• • T 9 TREATING [Written for The Rebel By E. R Mcilzen.) | The writer baaof late been able to make a close ^ligation as to conditions the existence of which gtoog been hinted at but never publish^, regard- l the brutal treatment of the insane in Texas asy- 1 hive interviewed various persons, some of attendants, who havo intimate workings of the asymm sys pledge of The testimony given below can be backed up with gtaemeofef in case a legislative investigation Ja w , .■rw<y Heretofore it hag been very difficult to ret ist facts, as stories of mistreatment told by former ates were not considered reliable while asylum arda (or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 June 1914

Call for lettsville, Texas. To the WmM V&W0- ' $p' ' m m y& ;..r: .■■ A Statement; : Cm-) Regarding the npnWon of the Ifefele, i un&nagned u printed in The will «ay thai the element of local PI " K Is ■ ' n 1 m ■ It m til** H.K ^ oouatjr gram. 7 «Wl three Trn'oreen <!•** July 9 10 and A'i' ' '• ' .. H county,) Itf'S£'tha£ riM th^Wiehili I No*' *%. 1 wm-elected m i -' ™ «F1905 can find W§§tV . "d "« m l the riS, *<J£ IZi*. to «ll geoml mass-eonveiton «£m0*3 thaweifaMof St M® «d EUia M* Socialist State Ticket. Governor: B. R. Meitzen, Hallettsville. V Lieutenant Govjernor: f W. Noble, of Bockdale.. > Attorney General: Henry Fa of Austin/ Comptroller; J. L. Hicks, of Waco. Tressurer t W. J. Bell, of Tyler. Land Commissioner: Peter Fitz- patfiv%, of Stamford. Commissioner of A&rieulture: C. Smith, of r*f EI Campo. Superintendent of Public In- E'mma 0. Kelsey, of initiat-1 Sherman. — Batfand JBooie j ^ I - -- , ,'■ "T ;.r" g (Written For The Rebel by Jf. S. rs nt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 June 1914

IK ?*.: vv:'X#V- ; •£■■•1 : '* i '. ■ ff •■ SE Ifi ■ 1 ■1 f'' r- vr- . iPp- ': . \ K*mgnBp ||iH >' fife :;18 ' : ; _^1|| ■sSw'' '''^': '*®F ■' ' : ; i — ■ ll.s '' E R N 0 R' S RACE. Ball and Ferguson for the who buy the land, tion has degenerated into a farce. m This result might be expected from the party nt has been compelled to go through our political for carrying an emblem the picture of a donkey. While walking in silent meditation in the sub- . of this little old southern, town-I always quietly h«t to the memory of Harper's Weekly gerat ictured the Democratic party rarden. All that is occurring but illustrates the correctness ion. For instance: fnco Morning News, the Houston Post, daily in the state and look for the issues Vhieh the next governor of Texas is to be elected ,hir is what you learn: That the prohibition question that has taken up , ^me of all other questions for the past eight years been now relegated to the scrap heap. Because .jootb, Tom Ball, the pro candida...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 June 1914

- •' ■■HiffiHl iifli^Spllffi P ■■'. :■:& ■■ 7 /' BPtClAL rtUVILKOt Wm&M people. hlM] 'M: (I. N. TerriU, Oklahoma Citj.) particular Iw%$m-" w^^;'t'T'-??rJ '- ■ - - Z ^GB^'^i''" • '- *^ ;;: ^vv7'1-^''' " ■ 1? SfriSL H. #inrlf#T Jtiu i i8. M. Sinclair, State Secretary.).. Tfce State Headquarter* we bow le- iK ^Ma • ,. ...__™_._._- renta will be redoeedj what effect will the promlaea k « <m the rate of intern t. What law kave ever t>een or will-be pawed ia the in tr- eated ia the Scott Thompeoa jbuu4. ! ta of tboee $bo do the world'• workj • tag, Wiia «K, No. 132 Wegt Second!how can *• esndi<l*te «•! • « **« at., Oklahoma City. Th« bnsineaa ef' workers when all. Jaws are writer* the campaign is on ia full blaat: for the P«*wtlo , of jwiaate proper- Kverytbihg looks like * landslide for' how- wben tke work«ni produe« <he Socialist this fall. Keep us posted - they can hope for relief on tb<j l^cal altuation. Don't forget fr(m th* I)anu,ite who toU* not> but to ca...

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