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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

' wl lit. mmtmmmmmrnm for 4 fortyv <©ek tuba. -Jt1! mm gay JHE^gHV Mm -m il«Bi f V'j.vW Si ' f-4'^ \ 'Bivll 'i • ^ ■ .1 •W'l -s TBE ORE AT APPEAR GREAT W) ?* Off(? Entered M mwd-th Wfl, j" 1 .J" W« i JU a# 0(7B KNEES— LET DB ARISE T.A.HICOT, Edit** and 50c per yearj clnbe of four or more (40 wasks) 25c. If this Number la opposite your name your subacrip tion expire* next issue :+ 155 &> toil, at the poatoffiee at HalWtta- ' *W , TWfc, aMsr act of Mm. I, iim HAixsmmLs. TBXXB, J^KB ai, iw«. The Land Situation Reviewed. ••m-. ■ '^'^r^ ; •- .... . S Issue is the Land Issue. 1 No. 164 WW After several thouaand years of not made within the next few years written hiittory the Rebel believes that a visitor to Texas cannot find that there is one fact that stands any more difference between Chi- attt as plain as a pikestaff, to-wit: huahrfa and Texas; Sonora and that wherever U/e land of a nation Georgia than there is between goes into the hands of a few, peon- peonage and slavery. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

mg-,* e«. u nap wwhs •-I"" ftaKSfi ■ ■ r, Ujggl ite 1 siSK* •w, u • A- tot tto Ones* i rtsw. of tto gpg tots* It is s facta.. -1H Mtt I t«tl i tto •'-v ?' ' ye .1- for tto 4'ftEE to dwt, ceaa «T *« tiaatoih riltr in #y jmbwkamhi der to .mi % <i—UW'jum I •tone W U miwr hadoo It is tto it m tto 14 * W sriH to TW .. 4 u<i S, !(, to >:«;«* a*, om «a Md "c y'&Jr~i- ■(•*• t If ttoy a « poiitwai M «9 i I it tk*y aril mi Jafy L of tk party. tfc mhI at * Jtoy, CM m WVen liter of ktf i : it * * till ttoy w (to U«: • «« far the ea Ctonrit jmcr tot- tor* ut ItrtMlt. B< will Jto * eaaaty wtoy. t m ys Tins Joly 1st. first fto to J«lf * j% 1. At Olca pmi cay, 5s fc tto F - "In Gad We Tnat, spiritual .r 1M flitter ita' do the a.,^ «ith widely .sue tto wx>rid We w . that ia in two idem an*, to • J Tieqr railing •ad.' the tfifww*! K*rwg ~ They trawl In 'm ® i its tsaicfc _ rortdtrtinfwiinf The re%MB oj ta&Jished in Ike the aiBc fsteful ▼it* I of to- of the pop- •# mbr If Ifamen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

4:T'; m Jpjt||~ Hl4.< •TS2 mi asms, gPf® m m ;# SWllSf!®' 'e'W' ' • '•''/'■«-• "vr t. A r, Secretary HaUetetrffle. m sL Encampments. | forencampments have been set as follows: $few Castle, Young County, three days, July 2, .'I, and 4, Ovalo, Taylor County, three days, July 6, 7 and 8 San ^Angelo, T<5ra Green coun ty, three day*, 9, 10 and 11. Gouldhusk, Coleman o ounty throe days, July 13, 14 and 15. ifen 'Wheeler, Van Zandt coun- ty. July 15, 16, 17 and 18. , 'Paint Rock, Concho county X July 16, 17 and 18. Dqpn, Scurry County, July 20 21 and 22. Gustine, Comanche county, July 23. 24 and 25. Goldthwaite, Mills county, July , 26, 27 and 28. Glen Cove, Coleman county, July 29, 30, 31 and August 1. Kcanard, Houston county, Aug- ust 1, 2 and 3. Burkett, Coleman county, Aug- ust, 2. 3 and 4. If you want an encampment let u# know at once. We must set the exact date in order to get the speakers to you. m,. South and East Texas Comrades. We have a few applications for encampments in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

,p,,,,,,, ->*.;■ IN CO m$m Eastman.) tfcTre: | "I give 'em & bi% O* their own of hills 'that extends due north beseemed bo give the courage that gnd what fort The women and tudickM, too. They hud a couple and south, and the Ludlow tent waf 'ie'!e88ar>' u order to celebrate children were left dying, and Louta o' these milionainc clerks down colony waa out on th wide plain to & holiday with merriment under Tikas was taken to the track and • For eight days it was a reign of terror, * Atmed miners swarmed here from Denver onoet, an' they —most of them taught here as didn't have enough of the l*Veta strike-breakers themselves tea water brought down for their own years ago^re tW body of the table. I heard these fetters l k for strike. Trinidad with ita fifteen a drink, an' 1 took in a little of and the into olution. chiefs Cue sne^u stood in our one vm. of a rev- He ass thousand has moils of the modem .ahine, more ease and metropolitan streets sophistication than your easter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

®Hlr It H ii r l*r II U Vi f§| * ■JE* IS in . K i- : m The Bocilaist party state campaign r 1014, it now on the press^ ud b« ready for delivery in about 10 It ia a splendid piece of work froin every standpoint. The 1914 plat iorm ia given in full. The photo- gravure of every state candidate given, i Sandwiched in appropriate pluses are hot phots for the enemy, statistic* common l and facts for pre- sentation. ' The agitator cannot afford to go into the campaign without thia >ho«k. It la a veritable arafcaal of facts. The matter is set forth so that .. it. will feake the beat poaible readinj;. for the investigator. Thia book is sen 1'BEE to all party committeemen, pro fe|j1 cinct, county and itate( as well as ev • ery local aat'retary. It is the ill ten pise* It in the handa of every voter in the state, if jtosaiMe. The opposition Are bound to read it in or- der to get our position on political matters. If they read It they will read other propaganda of the party, When we get them...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 June 1914

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

PF~* r;3BMWWS r; >=i •.. ..• f- ' ' lDi?, , ft I We go back to the old Sub Rate. r 50c p«r y«ur, $1 for 4 fortjr.wMk ««br it tk« /!':y: .Vi Eg®. .."' T'jrss' THE QBEAT APPEAR GREAT TO CS ONLJ BECAUSE WE A RE OS OUR KSEEB— LET €8 ARISE T. J>. H1G&XT, BdHor and Owner 50e per year j ehiha- f foor or mora (40 weeks) 38*. If thi* Number k opposite your nana your snbserip lien expires next ' a __ MM l, it H im>. Mt tf Mar. I, 18TB. [■■imuiu.- KALLETT8VXLLB, TEXAS, SATURDAY JULT i, 1914. 'J'.T~ " * " .UllUam'.!M mn —h * L ■ n Governor's . There is a alight improvement in the addresses of Ball and Fergu- son within the pats week. Until this week both men had sunk to such a low level of mudalinging that every Dotik in Texas that had % clean spirit and a mite of intelli- gence was ready to quit both of them, t'orever. They had gotten tired of the cry about Ferguson's attack on the cigarette smoking boys 5 years aKo and they were equally tired of the attack on Ball's alleged whisk...

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

\ ■ •.-ff;- ■Ml iCji,'--■ * -:u-' • m ■m V ■p,y": ■5%- M Texas Notes. HSH 95BB • H m 1 •>. f. A. KIVIMTOI*. Texas I 1 ENCAMPMENTS. Encampinenta dates for *> far are aa follows: v_ New Castle, Young County three days, July 2. 3 aud 1 San Angelo, Tom Green eoun ty, three day*, 9, 10 and 11. Gouldbusk, Coleman o ounty, three days, July 13, 14 aud 15. Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt coun- • ty. July 15, 16, 17 and 18. Ezzcll, Lavaca county, July 16, IT and 18. Paint Bock, Concho county, July 16, 17 and 18. Ounn, Scurry County, July 20, 21 and 22. Gttstine, Comanche county, July *1. 24 and 25. Galdthwaite, Mills oonnty, July 26. 27 and *. Glen Cove, Coleman county, July 29, 80, 31 and August I. Grand Saline, Van f audt coun- ty, August 4. 5, 6 and 7. Kennard, Houston oounty, Aug- ust 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Burkett, Coleman county, Aug- ust 2. 3 aad 4. s. flails. Crosby ooanty, August 5, •i and 7. Wood Luke, Orayaor county, Aujrust 6, 7 and 8. • I'luimiew, ITale' county, August 8, 9 and 10. .McLe...

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

rvv.r. ' ' ^y1"". */ m :A' ~\l- ■ ■ v . 'M - ♦ gfig f £; vS-li • ; - • V u • -v ' ';■ -•■ • •';• ■■ : ■: • .-, ---:- -• :-■ ■■;' •);-■' - > ■ 'v; . .•... „_—___ r v •• ■ :, K ■■:■■ ■ '$&■ ' ;: it ■ ANOTHER J A 88 AC K PREACHER. E&sj ■ *'.fj' Smiley, Tex., June 26, 1914. Editor The R«bel, Hallettsville, Texas. Dear Comrade:— 1 want to tell you about a little preacher that runa a little paper iu the wideawake and growing lit- tle town of Smiley, Texas. The reason that 1 have for Baying that he is little is from the fact that tie will publish some of the most idiot- ic and insane articles that could be imagined by any mind this side of Austin or San Antonio asylums and then won't allow the other fellow the right of reply through his little sheet. Now Comrade, I am going to Bend you one of his crazy articles exactly as it ap- pears in his paper. Here it is*. "England is confronting a seri- ous matter in the suffragette ques- tion. The militant women are be- coming more and, m...

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

ite iilffll WW* fZSiL i - -'• - J^5s.r b*y&< RELIGION OF REVOLU- ^ TJCW. . (By Jfotfci WM$.) (Concluded Prom Last Week.) Jfutf Chang* Idea of kan. But for Another reason also w we a Revolution Chuch. This change in the idea of God eairrlc# over Immediately into the human area and involves a change in the idea of man. The ola-type relig- aural to have peaoe in hia home if ha bad to fight for it, displayed therein a very real measure of in- sight and philosophic grasp. "Peace at any price," ia a coun- terfeit tiling; an affair of out- ward profession And inward aver- sion. We of the Revolution Church taeognise the preeence of aconowia jrtHeee terribly itt^tti mm w I - - •• • S? ■'■■■ — ■ 55 ' (c - - -n— ' ■' - :.. -<5 mFmsfr Jgp it o lution." Each needs the oik er. Too much has the ehureh in timea pot withdrawn it* mellow rieneas of dreata power and its sobering weight from contact with the tumults a*t the rough au4- tumble of folk uprisings, n the other hand, the uprieingin...

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

m 4 i mm ;V0->:;V^ EUS B-ljpPl •,'i -.. - mMWmm - --^T^rT" Mm ; 'if P #« ,—,i. V ■•-■ " SSEiv ■MM thef Sub Rate. .. i. I '' 50< p«r jr«M, ♦! for 4 fortjr.wMk wb*. K7: MRHK . ^ ' SlfiSi ...i£ . ■ ■■ f - ', •: ■ ., y-, . ' . " "*S i UK GR'AT APPEAR OMAT TO C8 OS LI *SCA08t \ [ A KK o.V <>CK KSEE8— LKT C8 ARISE %-m ~ c SsUMd M Memd-fla* «"' "MJWil uMw J*ly 1, 11)11, at tb« po totftw M HftUatt*- rriU. Tml, u*l«r *«* •* ** • i, ;iW . < Siii, T. A HIC&KY. BdHor and Owner ixic per y« H cM «*■ -iP" ■®r more (40 weeks* SBt. If this Number is opsaahf your name your eoheerip tion expire* neat iaroe ' ?5@ 1 #?ilf BALlETTSVllbE, TEXAS,' MATUIUXAY, JULY 11, 1914. —] L!—M IL .J—.In I. I !l in i. ill. neth The ■ ■ mms No. 166 IrM ill 0, Two week# from today the big struggle between the Ball and Ferguson force* will end and either the pro-anti or the anti-pro will have captured the * cm tie nomination for govern*. It appear* Rebel that the time ia seasonal* to *ay about Mr. BaU an...

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

Texas Notes. f. A. Flick*|f, the., flatletttville. / . tf.vr.M VP j/ KST8. 'iouldbusk, Goleujau o ouuty, flays. July 13. 14 and ir>. <" ^'heeler. V'UH Zmdl conn tv. .July io. lt . 17 and l> Kiszfll, Lavu«~i .;t «nty. July 16, 1I and 18. Paint Rock, Concho •July It). 17 and 1ft. Pear Valley, McCulloch county, -;u!v 20, 21 und 22. Murchison, Henderson county, July 21,22,23 and 84. Gustine, Comanche eountv, .July 24 aud 25. 'ioldthwaite, Mills county, July Jfi. 27 aik.I 28. . ... ^ 4 DeKalb, Bowie County, July 28, 29. 30 aod 31. 'JIt'ii Cove. Coleman county, /«ly 29. 30, ai aud August L iiurkett, Coleman county, Aug- i i 2.-3 and i Grand Saline, Van Zandt coun- r.v. Augiifit 4. "i, 6 and 7, h'ennard. Houston county, Aug- ust 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Ralls. Crash} county, August 5, ■> nn<1 7. Wellington, Collingsworth Co., August <> 7 and 8th, Wood I>ake, Graysor county, Uurust 6, 7 and 8. ; lain view, Hale county, August v 'J and 10, \re Lean, Gray county, August ;1. 12...

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

Texas BasiUes. I to eulogizinK it Jesus likened hewers who failed to heed I his word* to those who build on build on Ka*tile. which Dumas has portrayed # j W us «e have a world-old tvi* of' „° nf ^ few,wo^ w to the , strugg!.-fet«N conseAIiSsmT "1 * wU1 d pro^rc^, between privileged ^ cit ' : * of the Kau' 8«8 city prison for women has gone In that vivid penpicture of the th(. instit rualij th ism' few and outraged masses, between intrenched wrong and an awak- ened invincible conscience. . Dumas pictured that infamous Fieach prison as representing the methods, the cruel neartlessness, the vicious sordidness, the oppress ive despotism of the powers that rule and ruin. In the reign of a single monarch, it was said that more than 50000 letters of imprisonment were is- sued, for a consideration. The prisoners represented ail classes of society. If a father wished to dis- pose of a son, or a son a father, he purchased a leter del cachet. Wive.* in the same manner got rid of in- compatibl...

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

SI il I! J . ; t &j£b lt§I * i 4 . j II Oklahoma Nous, (HL ML atBctelr, SUU —cntuy,^ • Tbo *Ule «fie* bw ha* a *«y bn«j w*ek. It nay be hot on thv ouUide, bat «votj flow and then we fo iV the •treat for relief end * cool breece. We bav* jnsfc fiaiabed a ran of 350,000 Henry Du'bb cards. A auppljr wu aent to all precinct committeemen, but if you 9an uae wy of aend in yoor name. They «ure trfu. The Oklahoma Racial 1014 Campaign Button is go- ing faat. If you want to wear one, We do not expect *y os (X Mdteen. Sec-Treat., Bal- order right away. ^ to duplicate our order. The Buttons f human freedom. Dan are beautica. 6 ets, etch, 10 for 28 eta.; ontington, Arkansas, 60 for #1.00. Put one on yoor shirt 8 Low the plnte* that we ntean to take them to a cleaning thie faU. Then we put out the new amended constitution. Thin i« right uy to date. M fages, with 114 sections. The price is 10 cents per dosen, Fame as the old «ae. Then come* the Oklahoma 1914 campaign book, one of the reddest d...

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

, * - : " • ^ ! , . . - v * ■ . ' • V / , - — ■- > ' Primary —————— T. A HK.'KKY £«*«•* so't hh' fn-r y <«r: eillim ui tout or ,tr i «tvw il5< If thin NttHteri* opt '"-'*- your naine your not expire tr We go back to the old Sub Rate. THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TD U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE OK OUR Eaurt4 u Meoad-clMg uttar July 1, 1911, X the ( Ofcto/fice at Halletta UALLETTSV1LLE, TEXAM, SAT I'M) AY, JULY \\ 1914 No* 157 vIB*, Tet, MdM act of Mar. 5, 187# 9 (By E. H. Meitccn, Socialist Nomine* for (in,; r. Never in the l.u-iory of T.xag has then- been so much distrust aiuoftg rank-and-file Democrats toward the Democratic machines in th s state in parti* ular and toward the capitalist partie s in general. Never in the history of the Texas Socialist movement have such audiences, especially in rural regions, greeted our guberuatori.d nominee and oiher Socialist speakers.' Everywhere we go, 1 hear this refrain: ' I have been a Demo- crat* all uiy life but it looks as if the corporate i...

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

ff '.'0 pte tel ■stiL IS: Texas Notes. ;3 f. A. Mickey, See., HtUtUsvdU. •v. - ENCAMPMENTS ' fcneampinenta dates for Texas «o far ar« m follow*: .°aint Rock. Conchu county, •inly 16. 17 and 18. for the purpose of Dominating a candidate of the party for the !)th congressional district in accord aaev with the election law of the state of Texaa. Erneat Lucke Chairman, Oth Cong. District. of Texas. • • • A conr.jition of the T8th a«na- I i 1 1, If F Is v -B t ft •v i;1?lf - «•*anz; . : • 16' '' ,n<l 18' ton IV MHinc data anil place a* the V7 md 18 '0T Sf "f noroinat Pear V.IIV, McOulloeb county, lift " "* **>■ ' «*• * .illltf *1 40 •<ulv 20. 21 and 22. Murchison, Henderson county, July 21, 22, 2il and 24. Guatine, Comanche county, July J3, 24 and 2§. tloldthwait#. Mills county; July 27 and 28. DcKhIIj, Howie County, July 28, i0, 30 and 31. OI<n (Vive. Coleman <?ounty, ■1 > 1 v 2*1, 30. 11 and August 1. Burkett. Coleman oounty, Aug- wt 2, 3 and 4. I'aria, Wuriri Park, L...

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

II ■■■ ! * ' ,f \ H " VI "I UP AND AT THEM. «• . [By W, S. Xottlr. 8'Xialiist Xvminee for Lieuft Mut U ,Heritor.) Never in the history of the Socialist Party of Texas has it had u$th an opportunity to pile up tt vote that will stagger tho master class 'ihe labor records of Hall and Ferguson have been ho success- y exposed ly The Rebel ami by the Democratic pre.-* of the eon- Vnding factions ihat the v-ommon people have become disgusted. Neither sophistry nor the pun shoe tactics of their hired fake labor leaders will be able to convinw any thinking man liui: "idler 1 >a 11 or Ferguson cr the interests back of thwrn art fri,«x's of tlie working class, s' /IS TO BALL. The writer and The Rebel were the first to bring the aeeusa- tbn against Ball that he mils merely « tc«>l of the big interests to aid in i&rieripg die lives and liberties of the common people for millions. \ he further we fallow ihe trail of the smooth elminators thai insured i a ! s tlecticu. the more it s.- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 July 1914

^-f •• • , = -v v: SeSPl aaf^ -'■"" -,': i ■ - - .,•.... $r-:f:?rTT's: . .. - ... — • 4 * f—v -r- - : - I . _ *".. . ' " . "I '" * ■ t ■ , — k . M ..■_■• :;• • 'J . ! ■ . . - . '--■ '■■-• 7 - •-— ■:<■ ■ ; „ - ~ 1 ' ' * , / .- *- * ; , t , :■/ "'"■■■ V ■'. •■. ',.'i,:v'';r ■ ■ 'J:-' v ■ ' « *'• -v —■ .- '••>. ^ • ' ? ■. 0 .. "... . 1 ' \. . 4 > • , >' - * ' • V J ' 4 -> ' ■•. *. * "■ * \ '' . I t-.'v■. ■ J ; V, c | ' —-T- . l"JU- '.J "WS ~1L.UL JJ ' " ' ■ ■ ' i:' ,r:' TTiv?**-*'. Oklahoma Not (H. M. Sinclair, Stat* Secretary.) v"--- V •- . I K.i if It H |! ' ir t il - r i [I * Iff K t f !• l r • ■ 1 - [I a I I - •f i " . J 4 "i I .'; ■ ■ r' t ■•I,. * 'I Ollf Tfe | r.nt wwk hait b«en a bu«y one f«r fl.c state office, more than 50,000 of tie, 1914 eampt'gn b^L *mr*' am; out by mail. It ia the intention of the K"Ur Executive Committee to place ore of these books into the handa of e.ery voter iu the atate. This will be done if the funds can be raised to com- plete the work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 July 1914

•••' ^-- ' " ■■ • ■ ? "•;• - • '■ - ' ' • " -k ' * ' iV ■■ - • -T; • -'ff} ■ . - .% ' ■ - i. f.■ x' 'ig,'Irif •■7-i r''.- , .'us ... , ■- ; :• • ■ ■ -IIII1 s* *;« . 'Vw-V^ ,.,v I? ' '>' —■ — , —::- |p| | w - M : Cl " 'H * " /.toM :i:?:.:. ;;J|| ; 'l 1 m:,:$ J H r J\ ■ MR 1 ■fir XX m J r' 1 r*- ), I backtothe old Sub Rate. ■ ' 50c per year, II for 4 forty.week «ub . -w; *•-■■ • . A . . - :Mffi =Wg|i Mpy THE GREAT APPEAR OREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE WE AT." CK OUH KNEES — LET US ARIS* —— —-1 T, A. HICKEY. Editor and Owner 50c per year; etui* oi ioar or « more (40 week*). 25c. If thin Number in oppowi* your name your aabacrip tion expire# next itwuf 1 ■. Eitind m Mooad-flMa nattar July 1. 1911. at the po t«f£lee at Balletu- vtUe, Tex., "aader act of Mar. I, 187# HALLETT&V1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. No. 158 , 1* "'<1$''."^ ■ '• ■ •*« of Judge E. 0. Meitzen "' ■ ■ rm (BY T. A. HICKEY.) >ti r lor iro i.'* itr int. II u- i i 10ii plot nu- the ev So up" ira- or: "hj- ))lc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 July 1914

Vf"&W ... PBIgps mm I ■Mil 1 v— : - ^ wmL --3, '--'•■'I :•' U 3® ' f:<vci kfJIfV r'- •« If Br &M ' vf$ - !> I; I H hM 11 1m I 5 Notes! T. A. Hidk<*, flWc fifw. Oa account of AwuitOit Bute Secrctaiy Meitxen *uffering from * gmiiiot wound the state office ii about a week behind and wo ask *11 comrades to be patient until we natch up. • • • ENCAMPMENTS Encampment* dates for Texas <w far are as follows: {Justine, Comanche county, July 24 and 25. 'joldthwaite, Mills county, July *«. 27 and 28. DeKalb, Bowie County, July 28. -0. 30 and 81. Glen Cove, Coleman county, ■/uiy 29, 30, 31 and August 1. irfurkett, Qpleman county, Aug- •wt 2, 3 and 4. Paris, Warick Park, Lamar county, August 4, 5 and 6 'Jrand Saline, Van Zaudt coun- ry, August 4, 5, 6 and 7. Princeton, Oollin county, Aug- ust 5, 6 and 7. Kenuard, Houston county. Aug- jst 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. * Jwdk Crosby county, August 6, 3 and 7. Wellington, (Jollingaworth Co., .August 6, 7 and'8th. Wood Lake, Grayaor: county, ...

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