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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 July 1914

mm ffiv. • -■ : ■" . '• ■■■ ,V| ^ - '■ ' i ■•SV!AM , . . -V • •■' f,V. • ;. • • ' ' ■ >' v f, • : ,-4;: v- -:h<M B A: r y v SOCIALISM AND THE FARMMB, (By k. Grady Miner.) ;#:;•■ People tell me that Socialism . will not help the small or renter farmer. 1 know better. It will help him, . People tell me that the farmer is independent. I know better. He the most abject slave in history. He is not monarch of all he surveys. He grovels in the dust beforethe real monarchs, the men who i*1™ the farmer. Invisible walls hold him from the enjoyment of all that goes to make life worth while. These ' Vails are the laws that make pri vate ownership of the means of tife possible. He is robbed, and only Social ism will stop the robbery. HowT To understand how Socialism will dap the robbery it is first neces nary t6 understand how the rob- bery U dOne. I am going to take the case of a tenant farmer of Oklahoma and Texas as an example. His is the case of all the tenant farmers in the South, and...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 July 1914

mmmm iikttmmmmd MhHB f ■ tsbhsw-«.. . '•&$$% •#* s ■'&: {itI; ^ p SPSS ' : , " ' 1 ■■ I • bse s ,te^ 1 ii I ' f'.t i ®8$ "■ "/ ;. t; j'f Bfi'i Wjiw '^T ■ !| I* ^ Bill P I mr: Oklahoma Notts. «. ML •iacUlr, |tm UetHuf.) Tb« State of'ice has ju t completed th«r work of distributing the 1914 .Campaign book to th« Prwinct Com mUleemcn of the State. 35 book« wen •ent to. each (thia exhausting the flrnl; batch from the pres*) and more will be .Will on rix)un t. See that yo# jet some of them. Prom all over the State we ar© receiving the very be t reports of reeult# had from it* use. It in little, 'but Oh! my. Comrade*, these hooka cost a lot of money. They represent the blood of the workers. It represent* one of tho greatest sacrifices yet made t.y our comrades of Oklahoma. Set that they are placed in tho hands of the voters at once. Don't let them re main in your possession. Put them out. 8e« that they are read by the voters. Talk the matter it contains. Show th«' fact* io your ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 August 1914

■ p7t- t \ >$*£!. ~i. :a V: * sfesaHBiBaMFlai gr -r .rwf^i^tt £gy ^ i: • -f J'iCi- ::> !. 1 '< i.'aa'4^'.ran ,v ate HI It. /;/ J&sSK .. . ■ .... (or u-v tu ,7- m «li i-flfl H#a We go back to the old Sub Rate. . I 50e p«r ye*r, $1 for 4 forty.week sub*. Entered M Meond-elMa Matte July 1 1911, at U« po toffkd at HaUetto- TiUt, Tax., tadar aet af Mar. 8, lSTt. The Governor's Race, The elect Mm for governor in the Dcmot'ra&c primaries closed last Saturday night and James E, I'erguson, tanker, landlord and usurer was triumphantly nomin- ated. Submission is defeated and the lines are now drawn for ttn ■ rc.it • contest ■ between Meitzen and Ferguson that will close on election day Siext Noveiul*'iv Thos. H, Ball, the pro eaniddnte, was overwhelmingly defeated and J il. Kirby, Joe Bailey and the directors oi the Houston Oil Co., are sadly perturbed at the result The -liquor interests are rejoic- ing, the old guard of the Texas politician arc very much dis- gruntled, becaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 August 1914

■m is u Si -■Wm m '.~tV / : "" ■m- i .- TT-TTJ ■'V< .'•• /m.JJ ; \ ■ v",'; '■ £ V :1-.'T-. '■■■ ■* f • — • V^ty-."" W r•.? vv-''■ u H k '•■ V I ■;n ■ . 7 ; p4 • * - "|7 '•£; '*.V.i '•; .'■ ,:h '•': m, ■Vi ■ * . as Notes. A. Wakey, Stain Secretary, ffalleihvMe, Texas.) f IP:>£ • ill il ft ' I ; i . - . 5 •?T"; v. New Local*. Niw localsorganized since lust reports / Taylor county, 5 T. McSwain, score i i,it tli1 'JfS If I f V ! I Jt I' «• 1 I ' J f 1 'i|; III : si iunt,y, 13 mem- i, secretary, se-lf Bomnrton. membots, 0. tary, solf o: Silver, 0. hers. P. 0. organic. !Iou#MVeh 3, Clms. P. i Dalte, Iror^^w, organised )>y sec- retary, T. Woy. Houston, Branch 4, W. A. Ranch* secretary, organized by C. P. Tri'oy. McCulIoch county, G. It. Bala- icn, score tary, organized at meet- ing. Wan JSandt oormty, J. A. Smith, #<$fr*tnry, organised at moting. •Evreil, Lavaca county, j. D. Chambers, secretary, organized by ■J. A. Currie. KIIihi county, It. ML Simmons, secretary, organized a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 August 1914

* 1 INVITATION TO TEXAS ':W¥¥ r.AV.-v. , V A (This letter was written by Mr Hickey to his old friend Ryan Walker, America's greatest car- toonist.) Mr. Ryan Walker, Winnetka, Illinois My'Dear Walker:— The bars are down in tlie Lone Star State and the pastures green are open for the man wlio origin- ated. Jienry Duhh. We want yon to come here because Texas has a Democratic party majority of 300.000. so you can imagine how many Duhbs we have in the state and we want you to work on them. It was another genius with a pencil, the immortal Thomas W. Nast who pictured, forty years ago, in the pages of Harper's Weekly, the Democratic party In the form of that humble beast of burden, upon whose back Jeans rode into Jerusalem, so in Texas weeall the Democrats Donks and ■unfortunately for them and be- cause of the^ legislative record they have beeh compelled to ac- cept this nickname. Now Ryan, old comrade, I think that after you have sojourned with us for a month or tw0 you will place in your...

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

, / ■ y: •> ?;?•- m,. ■>*; •: ' I Him ; ahoma Not ;s. (H. Iff. SinclUr, Stat* flmretary.* § 1;: i!j' ! fp I L-,!| * s | H'i; ! kliv? . : I «V> y[ M h ii. , 1 ' f l? if J I, IV ;|? ii 11 l,'V (EL 11. ttndUir StaU Secretary.) Thi« in the laat you wlil hear f«w" thin office befor# the prinmri##. Tke work of wnding otrt Bpeeial in*trun tion , etc., to precinct < i*miteeme«i throughout thol^te haa been com plated. Bo far *?%« are aide, watch er* hikI counters have licea provided While thAri*ter of the primary i* In. many iniwRcwi rtne of indifference to Socialists, we must not overlook the fact that we are engaged in * battle for political *upreuiary. The real game of politic* i* unknown fa many of <iut comrade*. We have a va t nnnv unschooled in Its possibilities. The primary will afford us an oppor trinity to see the workings ofthis very crooked und interesting "game.' It is the "Hull Wheel' of the w*>le ridiber class. Through it the workers nre kept in subjection .an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 August 1914

W : i- , •' • v': u 'V ■ 1% •-.'•• ■: j ,;X ■ i ■■ ■ I , ■H:" /' ■ ■ f ■ f ■ > \ ' .:■ rFm ■ THE REBEL - 50c • ycjur* la Clubs ol lour or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. r~ —M ■y- Mil ,...; • • - • • ' ■ ■!«■ ' - X,, ' ; • ^ __ ;■ - ■ . •• ^ _ THE GREAT APPEAB GREAT TO TJ1 ONLY BECAUSE WE ABE ON OUK KNEES — LET US ARISE T. A. HICK BY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; riobs of four or more (40 weeks) 25c. If this Number is opposite fnf your name your subsrarip AOl tion expirss next issue I w I ; M I — a •* Entered u e«ond-fLM# nutter Wj 1, 1911, si the joetofflee at HaMetto- a— Mt «f Mat. 3, 1879. faSF"' UALLETTSVILLE, TEXA&, BATL'RDAY, AMU8T 8,1914. No. 160 ■ I I f >| ■mm ■ ■ I I I ■ I I DEB# INTERVIEWED ON THE EUROPEAN WARS. THOSE WHO FIGHT FOR PEACE. (Local Rockdale invited T. A. liekey to visit the great Deb# ing that occurred Monday, introduce our three times presi- ential candidate. At the close Mr. liekey interviewed our Gene on subject ol the war, the inter- ne w follows;)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 August 1914

P§PI||^I\':yr~-~'' 'fW.''"'J F. 'uZv£f: itSrsT'-^ ftlS::;>:;- ■ - • •"X~/:i? ■ ■ - r"~v. TigrfF^i-: • ; /*'^y - - ~J- f. -- i''/''.• •;: 9; Ctffl .' V --' .'-' V;'vl'.'::'-V- -v' '."'■ •>" v'V-; 11 M 1026 Pine Texas Notes. *1 i <T. A. Hidkey, 0Ms Secretary, tiaUUUmilf, Texas.) 9 9 AS TO AUGUST CONVEN- now*. The Socialist parly believes io ptire democracy and electa itm can- 4*4ftka by state-wide referendum vote, "rtiat in tho reason why Roddb Andrew* paid four cento in postage to be nominated for governor in 1912; and that is the reqpon why B. R. Meitxen in 1914 was enabled to secure the nomina- tion for governor without the ex l^diture of a cent; while on tho •$r hand every member of the Democratic party in Texas was prevented from running for office utriem he had a $30,000.00 cam- paign fund. However the So- cialist party being a political party is subject to the Terrc deotien law of this state and this law demands that all parties must hold oonventions. Ferguson is al- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 August 1914

m l-M'-.; nmjm . ; • ■" ' \ : " * . -V ,:K' " '■■■ ' ''. 9 ■ "i' ■. • ■ > ' '' V;; ... S CftwfeW.; ' ■ - gas? •"**- .4'.ciT'V/As-\ r . .r''rr . • ■ , • > \ I, > - .- . ' iiii ■ mi nr. The Nice People of Trinidad. Max Eastman. '' V' - IVarl Jolly says that after she escaped from the blazing tent* at Lndlow, she spent the night with a erowd of children, out of huljet- shot in the cellar of Baye's ranch, a mile away. The next morning she crept op to the telephone to listen for new$. And this is what she heard: Mrs. Curry, the wife of the com. pany's physician at the Hastings mine, was talking with Mrs. Cam- eron, the wife of the mine super- intendent. "Well, what do you think of yesterday's work?" she said. "Wasn't that finef" "They got Fyler and Tikas." "Wasn't that fine?" "The dirty old tent-colony is burnt down, and we know of twen- ty-eight of the dirty brutes ye've roasted alive down there." Ijater she heard two men discus, sing the same subjeet. "We have all the the impo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 August 1914

: > 1 w" iiitl II ■ HI I K y ?*;- i ;"4'" PfeH ■ ' •,:^;V ■«', '• rf'*W Oklahoma Notis. SIS If ' II If 3 1 i ■ I I I I I I i v!|'' :y :n ■ ■h ;>'■ ;4) I I r rl'v- I i.' A . A ' (H. M. Sinclair, State Secretary.) Socialist stat • headquarters, Okla- homa City, Okla., July 31, 1914. f Comrades do yon know that this of- fice, your office, in on thin day and date in the midst «f five (5) differ ent kinds of bell. 1st. An industrial Jim. -1-HSBJLJ..J ■ J- " .L-M'J —-7 (10SS Wi I BOW b* disregarded by the successful candidate. Make him eat his words. Show him tki matter in priyL In their hMte for official pref- erence they told some wonderful truths about the party of the donks. Don't miss an opportunity to do this little act of charity for the defeated office seeker. We believe all any of thorn said of the other. The propecta for victory in GkJa- hell; but this condition i geueral, and 1 'lonia ♦his year could not he brighter. Out political organization ia almost complete. Our memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 August 1914

XT~; ' yt'Vr Wmm ?2-: '■>*: ;;•■ >fcF •■"■ ;i p*T i f THE REBEL - SOc a year. In Clubs of lour or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. t - r-r. THE OEEAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OUB KNEES — LET US ARISE T. A. HICJKRY, 50c psr ywt «W *t fw more (40 weeks) 35c. If this Number is opposiU yoor name yoor sobserip tion expires next ' ■Mi-; HP . i or 162 Eatorcd m ••cond-flM. Matter Jaly 1, 1811, at the po toffie« it HallMte- tU)«, Tax., under act ef Mar. S, 187#. IIALLETTSV1LLE, IPX AS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914. No. 161 ■I1 i£Ml *R5 DISREGARD THE PRIMARY. Just as the Republicans of Pennsylvania posses a brutal ma- jority of ignoramus voters about 400,000 strong, so does the Demo- cratic chief tana of Texas possess 300.000 Douks who thoughtlessly follow their masters regardless of the consequences that may befall their kith and kin. Unfortunately for the ease of mind of the rulers of the ignorant ones the most forceful an J intelli- gent elements in society are ever endanger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 August 1914

im ft: N m I? Si f'ft W-'v' ' ■ LS* rK m r1 - mm ' ^ ii,J;. yg,. x?'* ? %* i'< W*$v£F* r:"' S> ^•s j$l-- H 1 ■ s.:.: ■\ ■ 1 ' V- >V.,, ■ Si I Hi. i IS J i I |--:v | 1 ■ ■ I M II i f H |; r h u I « f B: I Texas Notes. if. 4. Mickey, State Secretary,\ HalUsttsvillfi, Texas.) Governor's Tour. Comrades B. ft. Meiton ami W. S. Noble, th0 Socialist candidates] for (governor ami lieutenant gov-j urnor will make three speeches in Fort Worth on September 10, morning, afternoon and night. • • « -. Encampments. Reduced rates on the Orient railroad to the Odell Socialist en eampment August 20 have ji t been secured. Visitors can pet off the tram at a point just north of Hie encampment grounds between Ohillioothe and Odell, where they will 1*' met by conveyance. Con- veyance also from Odell inittee. • • • Walnut .Springs Socialist En- I'Hiupmenl: Will he held at Wal nut Springs August 18 and 19 ENCAMPMENTS fj " AS TO SUPERVISORS. Encampments dates for Texafl This office has received man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 August 1914

■ ■ "... ..■■■*7■ wajafe- ~ ■ n •• v.- - - - - V'- ;, S* . ■ • — . Correspondence i'V" (Written /or 7'4c Rebel.) And with him they crucify two hieves. Mark; 15-27. Our Lord and Master is not the ]y one that has been treated ius. If He was here today the kind of grafters would deal the priests did. On the 25th day of July, 1914, ie Donks nailed to the cross Col. Thos. Ball and Leopold Morris _ in the fall they mean to cruci- between these thieves one of iod's noblemen. A man above re- jroach and running as a servant and for the people. L, R. Meit- ?n, a man that the common peo- |ple hear gladly every county ought to have the coutuv ticket on the paltfoarm and it would help ' them in a great many other tilings. It would car- ry the platform r'ght to the peo- ple ami might cause some man to vote the Socialist ticket, because }t promises him more than the Democrat, Many men are iguor- ant of the fact that the Socialists are a friend to him and for that reason we need to place the plat- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 August 1914

** 5 ' '■'■Kyi;'.: - " •; ' v-r-; rS?f J-,,- - PPls ■ V- ■* ;V. ... . ..(-SSW®5: .|,i:«v.-;" - :f«4T--V^ f ■ . irt_; 4s I IS I ft I Oklahoma Notes. (B. M. Sinclair, State Secretory.) '• '"" s'- *'■/.■ \ The primary election ia now a matter of history, and will be re- corded as one of the most filthy and slinging contests known In politics. The little thief did his work to the entire satisfaction of the masters. From the democrats standpoint, very little attention was given either to principal or platform. Each candidate ran upon the rotten record of his op- ponent. We are informed that many candidates were obliged to wear hip lioots while engaged in the job; while others were obliged to wear divers, suits, complete Th«t mass of filth gathered by those "good men" should be used us fertilizer on some of our "gip" farms. Everything is of use, and it is a shame to allow such splen did quality of "guano" to go to waste. This, especially where the cost to the state runs into the neighborh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 August 1914

mm MHK. •f S in "~i"if i m > - ■■■*■•■;. ': ■ '■ .' «->Vj t. ■ * - 50c If this Number koj*«sH. your mm • jrflm. tion expires next ■PP^sSa* " Jffwii WmM&^ ■•«./. AVQV8T, 22, 1914 £, TBXiiS, SATURDAY, u w M m* v The greet power* ,of Europe ere at war today and aa a result industry* ia paralysed „*nd banger ia in a milDoq households where lately there waa abundance; the dead are filed in heaps and the eriea of widow^ and orphans are resounding through all tM contiu ent and aU to what end; merely that the power# that prey may re- frifa their supremacy aa rukni over the workers ■ who produce the wealth of the workL . This war was inevitable. For years the statesmen of the cap- italists hful been prepapring for it. For more than * generation the Socialists of the world through their various national organitzaioa* ' sought to* stop it by means of a. world-wide agitation against the on- -coming danger, not only, to the working class, tot to civilization it-, self. These fighters a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 August 1914

' . . ft «h w§« 9Ut$ ~ ■ the a* ! Wr IksS Speoial R. Meitien and W for governor governor will fill .dates, making three i day: Auguat and 85; encamp- Aug. 28, 27, 28, Sherman pamA, Aug. 29, 30, 31; Bowie encampment, Sept. 1, 2, 8; Parker encampment, Sept. 4, 6, 6; Waxabachie encampment, f 8, 9, Ft Worth, Sept. 10; Sept 13; Eastland Co. enMp. meat, Sept. 14, 15 and 16; Wea- tfmrford, ^Sept 17; Rockwall, I • On Gwsmn county, 24 cjunty, Nobest, ^ H Sept 18; Sept 19; Allen, Sept 30; Princeton, Delta Co. encampment 23 and 24; Park, ham, Sept 86; Bed ment, Sept 27, 28, gf enoampment, Sept 30, If you want us to route speakers to yon before electi make application at once. ♦ e> JJH Settlers tfr«>iM i•• T J,'|*nd 81. T' U,8'| Waxahadue, Ellis county, Sep. twnber 7, 8 and 9. Desdemonia, Eaatland Co., Sep. 14, 15 and 18. e«wty, Sept. 22, 23 and $4. 'Mp1™ Annona, Red luver county, Sept. 27, 28 and 29. ' De Kalb, Bowie Co., Sept. Oct. 1 and 2. fctilS fight,; * J. S. Brownaon. ia called to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 August 1914

im. Mm?-. iti tsp r^::r.r ifPPPl K>;.-,■■•■' :• . •■••.'.-■iT-';> -iv-:"> -■ ■•: -s.•, -U-■&*.'?&%;%l.;W*£VV''; * ;■ v<f\' *./'^':'i^rV-'%"T. sat 'm&tW mmm .*t*.. •■• -rf-ay •' ' • : . t • •■ • MMMMi i v >t"w iStSititi JM9 fOUB UMO-land regardfeaa tlf improvements JW CONVKNTON. land of whether it has bom reduced : - "'r^'v -:r^: Ito (nWritioB «r not Tax Cmmmionm- F«il«| No.>-~Wfcer*ae, the city of tiw* Authority /or Kx- I Housto® for upward of four years empting Improvements. (has largely exempted personal THE BIGHT TO WORK. A BISHOP'S OPPORTUNITY. We haverighta, relative and we} Bishop Bosch of Lead, 8. D., have rights absolute, many of I knows that the miners of that lo- heae rights are protected by thel^ty hr not free men. He real- law, we have the rigth of personal i«ed this when the employing cor- property and improvements on security, the right of personal lib-1 poratioa kept them from attend . -No. 1—Whereas, I land from taxation; and inequality ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 August 1914

iMM , -.....■ i&Jf® ;:\CB«Mi4#%.l hare jut : 'W " ' ' """"' r Tiir S iW#fo 5 : #£*$&•&$% $$& W«i 1; n If the poll, fck ""'* *rf«eieat number 3 *• * «H have cast ««t full strength of mi. All ««M hn km avoided If our ted been com *>«•. wore Jnat enough ti- to many of the counties to M i\tmt> mmk $mms ill Wrnm mm, Widmd eAuarta rauoheottaa "rasrrs.. &!^*SF2z steas* #r^ ^ ^ *•* * «- * i|| A d tl*j took it Some ymW report* fcaVe recked this of ^ •"* flee that comrades entered th- trip to nrmi parts tyyA *nt:m thing, crowds of oothnsiastie, iai eittrteners, Socialism will clean in November. . 'grossing 13' miles east wan, where a three days' " *, held, I fouud fully WOO the ground. At Sulphur peopj§;; attended the JT IT,000 on tho day spoke. At Caaey 3,000 Chiehaaha, there was ao way mating, the crowd*. Tho opt* , held 1,200 people for boars. amis were turned away. The were crowded for hoars. At Park the attendance f0 one day"^1?' ^"twdiaf the party piatforml^TZT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 August 1914

n - 'cf-'V'"-'! Lg pf-.pifr- ; ■■*>■'- ■" ;v : ■, "" "-... . ■■■ |'.; ■ ie. ■ J: ■'■:■■ - - ^ *:rv. • i .• -;V:1 ' ; vy Vff V tf ft' , 'I'--'"-'1'. , y„',~v' I V. i'MV' l! ill i s I THE REBEL - 50c a ■■ yftf |J|| ■ In Clubs of four or more w 40 weeks, 25c each. - —" THE ORE AT • ,V : - " slfe- Zf'f' ---- - : 1 BPBrHB Mm&m Entered aa ««ettd-rlMa matter July X, 1911, at the po toffic« at Hallatta- rttla. Tax., under set «f Ma*. S, It?#. k V: is* in : y:;y E. O. MEITZEN TO GOV- ERNOR1 COLQUITT. > To Help The Renter. ARISE K1TEE8 — LET TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 20, 1914, ? Sr L ■ Hi - ■ I " ?¥'V,,; «*• ' V';' T A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; clubs of four Of more (40 week*) 25«. If thin Number is oppoaiW * your name your subscrip 104 tion expires next iarae No. ICS - £- ■ any way affecting the validity of the liens given by law to secure such payments. If such a law is passed it will enable the tenant farmers and the small farmers to hold their crops The War For Peac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 August 1914

J#'*?. £ i ' ■ v' '•' Tsk^Hf ' a !§6 -p: IP iifX>; , -S? s$si|s m . m : . ( si !^S_3p fS- •<-:'• as •• • ■/=" ^ ytw \ •■ ■ ■ -^— ' - ■ .- . . *• —- -v - ' ■ ('.-"■•'".it-* '' '\-< :.:i1,jJ.' >, - 4r- ' • $P|ft '• >11 • i' v a •: "* ••""". > t ■ ■•;•• ■'. :•• if J .. .--• •> "•' ■; :'., m H $ # M 9M - -ZKS * -v 'J.. \jt ... ■ ■■■■A. .:•' ' >•■•' ■ : >' . .. ; • . . •:.^$ ■/' mmm ®ii . ' .. ( #v ■:- f* • . • - •* « •- • -.■■ I fej & i -"■""Woles. (JP. A. Hickey, State Secretary, Hallettsville, Texas.) | ^ . Governor's Special. ? Comrades K. B. Meitzen and W. Sr Noble, candidates for governor aud lieutenant governor will fill the following dates, making three speeches each day: Woodson eueampment, August ,23, 24 and 25; Haskell encamp- ment, Aug. 26, 27, 28; Sherman encampment, Aug. 29, HO, 31; Howie encampment, Sept. 1, 2, 3; Parker encampment, Sept. 4, 5, 6; Waxahachio encampment, Sept. 7, 8, 9; Ft. Worth, Sept. 10; Kemp, | Sept. 11; Lott, Sept. 12; Tem...

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