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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 August 1914

L' I - : .§ i w ; ■ ^..;: TsWIsaSS Epfl :J ■;.■ 08iii- v - " •' .--■ < . w-.-w ptyjsSS*?* «K 8s Kyi I- V^-' ° < • ■• • ■•'" AlISM UAXMND WAR. SAYS MODES. ■'■n't, -V ' I - Herman Kidder, in a siglied ar tide in Jfiw newspaper, the N«w York Stoats Zietung, says: "Sooner or later the nations en- gaged in war will find themnelves ^ spent and weary. There will be •vietory for some, defeat for others [ and profit for none. There can hardly be any la«tipg laurels to any of the contending parties. To change the map of Europe is not v worth the price of a single human life. Patriotism should never rise abov« humanity. "This history of war i« merely a succession "of* blunders. Each treaty of peace sows. the seed of i future strife. War offends our intelligence and outrages our sym- pathies. We can but .stand aside and tiurmor, 4Th« pity of it all, the pity of it jdL' "I can not lose my faith, lum- ► errer, that the human .Tace contin- ues to advance despite all obsta- . elcs; it matches...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 29 August 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 September 1914

^tasfpF wwm WhM: '<? ,;^1...^:r ■..' " -I- mm- ±XM MSm <•, jy£ ./> ;.■ &■;: ;':'■ ,f v#'.': >.s$| |Pfe . . esMM te**® • • !# ■2mm* SMI ^•v c mk)$M - -,— REBEL - 50c I h year. In dubs of four or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. rw, - V \ ' ' [''r>'- ^ . :.; ' '"^ '.j' . ^1", *' '. " ■ ^/t' '" * ! ;• ;"'>':ig. '■■*'•'' -'..-ci'. • ■'■"■' ,;Vv: 11 . jjjag^^Maa^ay^fcS:" £:*■ -' Prl:i WM Se3 wi m^k^'" im TBS QSSAT APPEAR GREAT TO U* ONLY BECAUSE WE ARE ON OtJB KJTEEB - LET OS ARISE T. A. HI< 50c per. jmtii inorv (40 weeks) 0! this Number your nsme your tion expiree next "MM — 'X Bntewd •• Me<md-«laag utttr Jaly 1, 1011, a* tk« yettoffiet at SaiUtte- ♦ifla, Tm., nadcr ut of Mtr. 8, 18T9. MAKE WAR ON THE BONKS. HALLETTSVILLE, TEX^S, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914. A^Oilr ot filing y°° devastating than condition* dur- tbat wholesale destruction of life i,lg the civil war is the conditions which means everything and property which means is going on in Europe now. Ton that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 September 1914

n ■5'/ HIHbIrui pa INDUSTRIAL PS AOS. mm m m Notes. WORKING MAN HAM MO COUfifMY. m HalletttviUe, Te&u.) ENCAMPMENTS. State SejTflanrJ • (By d Brew$r ) ■e. Texas.) 1 : To say that industrial peace SSSWa r '^^'waisaaiBag Waxahachie, Ellis county Send.. """ * jff,8* 1(™ yfiuher 7, 8 and 9, 1 Whenawr fodustaal w r wageajwbo concern 1?^- . 3 t Because Europe §0 flame *rith war, and because capitalist civ- ilization is being reduced to the to wuH uif the working ma* ha* a cow* tijr, why it it that we have I nuaty foreigner* in America! The foreigner it here because he feels that be cannot subsist in fte Man- industrial W r wages | wuo uoxicern lOettHWlTe* more Amorioa tn * {r. nn'k. ,^ .1. Co., fep.12^3 STSirSilSt Of enlightenment witlf special vigor 14, 15 and 16. * Uh K.^ w ^ the r0?* °TT ** P«W«w d( or its equiva- doubled enthusiasm P sirr® ™ i'" ****lIfK2 .flr&d!5 .*5 -«££*** M barbaric elements if'oansistaof, — those fall, to the lot of thrf tkxMkS o try whe* he was bott, iow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 September 1914

jfpl * ■ m capital mmm i®¥tP«lw®S 1 M99VHHI ::v 'f: ; mtm 1 m srti ?fcf: fclgafflE --timm w, •« lllra m MMm itoUknM.Work. Day come* on the link September. ! ) oean on the Toes. mmm On Labor Day, we working men pat oures letoa nthe back and tell ourselves th%t we are the people. On CapitUi Day, millions of hone* workingme vote for cap- ital'a interest and against tbeir own, while teh capitalist langhs gleefnlly, and sfys, "What an en- tertaining and accomodating damn fool iibor is, anyway." It ia to the interest of the cap- italists to keep on exploring the mmm staking fob so- cialism. (By Marlon Louise Israel.> Of the many forces making Us- warda Socialism, the two most eon- spicuous at the present time are militarism *i>4 feminism. GENERAL HINTS TO 1. Emphasise the economic Is- sue in Oklahoma. Draw the — i In aecordjute# with th* Instructions nttm HK<m> that t>, int..—tn rit I ^ v.® control of the I, tk„ 8UK K**euUv« Committee, the the farmer mxd the mtewt. of th.|w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 September 1914

fllpl m SH ! E I! I; ,H i! r E i '*i N&S MMiH ■ t\ - 1 MP PxMla 3i§Hggg££f ?<^:- i' I m 9T N( ►js^Sfflro ■• -■ V- tf. Sinclair, State Secntary.) tote Examiner Parkinson't port to Governor Cmce. Iq the Dally Oklaho crmt mouthpiece in SIPIIPSPkR book <rf book^monopolu* ■pending of At least $1,600,- Oklahoma parent daring V October and Novem- jrfcur. the constitutional r*Mkm Haljettsvflle, t, Pear Comradef I have just Milll r i " the oouectjoft of rents money due for advancement for making erops, until January I 1915.'' S'S.Vv' I am veiy glad to see that yrtu from, three I"™ tokin« "P * <) <*<«. md it encamn-1 ! «lve great pleasure ti be o- ST iZZt * tEST MC0,000' 0y|™ t it .• glaring headline.. J' Eruption and theft in stately about 1,500 in attendance and W£nrto 8tay ?e. enforo8menr 2?! Stefe Examiner Find, l-^fc ^ letter." j^e «P«nsion of Socialism peeled lof th^ hens: M ,tis Shortage. 8. The mining bill. An iniid-i^0 off the yes' of the'mMa|pr?p1osition SWM "knit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 September 1914

« a: &<;ii v~ W t$&M ; ifes fjiw'3 AtBEL Sj| -' *•'' ji I® ' " Of . hni - 50c a or more SSc each. I f•« >? I «1H ;r ■ 'rt:!: it ■ '®;s ■ r* ??©$ ■r-;\- r) r ife j ': 74P . ', SB^sNSteit |SM ■wwflf AfiVr- . MHSS" 7* only BECAUSE 1 «B ■MjMMMWWp T. A HICKRY, 50c par year; clubs of four or more (40 week*) 25e. II tbi« Number is oppearft* ■uMMk 'MtAlM A> ■!« n in U. —- your bum your suoscnp tior, expiree next issue ■ - •-■■ MMM ttft % tl*«M - 1* H||HI*ii "P11 'tWI m t*w «S HALLETTSYILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1914. Gunmen and the Miners. for' the afp V either, you are a coward and a craven and undeserving the name of man. it a thief or thug attacks you or your wife or child and theatcns to take your life, you have the law ful right to defend yourself and your loved ones, even to the extent *>f slaying the assailant. This right is quile as valid and unimpaired in fact it is even more inviolate— if the attack is made by a dozen or a hundred, instead of only one R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 September 1914

pjsiilfflHMBM® $|g^ sJ| 1 ^..••!?*,^; ^&.v 'vlr'.'WJ bOh '&Mmm kH forsrffi'.'^•■T1^ ^tS*^ :3afeAa|>^^ r^a v:y;a. r.a^.yi?. r<_ frtfofo- mam wi 1 1 i::t I p ■ i b III 1 f^: |;1 r« R< >w* < J WfSMp-m': IfTi Bicktu, SUM Hdlettsville, *«**) Qwernor's Special, Comrades B. B. Meitan and W 8. Noble, candidates tor and lieutenant governor will fill the following dates, making three speeches each day: Mabank, Sept 12; Temple Sept 13;DcsdemonU Eastland County, Sept. 14, ,15 and 16; Weatherford, Sept 17; Rockwall Sept. 18, Wylie, Sept 19; Allen, Sept 120 i Fr*Sft^i_!Se|t*; 2}J Bouham, Sept. 22j Parte, Sept. 23. Stanly Clark^ Date*—Cameron Sept. 18; Hallettsville, Sept. 19 Wood8boro, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25; Donna, Sept. 26, 27 and 29; , Nan Benito, Sept 30; Kingsville October 1. # • t Delegate! to the l&h congres- sional and 30th senatorial and 54th flotorial conventions met at Rod Men's hall at 1 ;00 p. m. Aug, 2!>. Dr. S .J. Brownson of Port Worth was nominated fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 September 1914

I i Forecast. i2~ \ i I " MBHpipi^Frr^T^ - \ , v__ _ I D. Herron.) ■y - • • • ' ' Mowing remarkable 1.3 *?ents * Europe was by George D. Herron in dPOtf 0/ 1913, «,«* ♦n " Coming xa raah prophet who to forecast the ture of Europe. One be present situation some of its inevitable t, granting a EuroV ocmflict or wtartrophe, the rof depends largely upon tod untried factors. er depends upou what prove to be the quality of the ^JljP m°vement, including ita it unapprehended and (morgan- marginal influence. Neither wUity nor quantity of inter- nal Socialist cfcnv&tion has m put to the proof. We can nwi tell how strong or wise the movement iB. how capable or in- U ha* been tried. Wc do not know what resources it can oommand—Vhat new and un- known potencies may be precip- itated into sudden power. I be. J$0ve the Socialist movomoht is I gradually aceumlating a vast ^ spiritual fund; and that it will draw upon this fund in the day world's trial. But do* ' indicate nt ?>U^£ large enough ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 September 1914

;• X'-- ■ i J- lahomagNot j (JET. U. Sinclair, State Secretary.) m County Conventions. Grant County. The Hoeialists of Grant County are requested to meat la mass convention at Medford on Satur- day, September 12, 1914, at 1 o'cloc* P, m. Meeting called at the court- house. Every Socialist of the county in urged to attend, ss business of great importance to the Orant County and state movement will be brought before the meeting. John W, Hardin, Med' foi*, OKlahoma county, secretary, , Grand Rally. The Socialist* of Coal county 1*111 hold a grand rally at Coulgate, on Sat- urday, September 12, 1914. A splen did program has been proVtlftd, SpeaK ing both afternoon and evening. Com- rade 0, 0. Hamilton will be one of tho speakers. Kvery Comrade in the coun- ty is expected t® attend and take part in tho parade. The Coalgate Cornet Band has been secured to lead the parade. Bannera declaring the Social ml attitude towards war and the pres rat capitalist system have been provld ed for the oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 September 1914

*rr . ; J ■ jjgp v_. • "I — ■ - - - i ,;! MS: • ~ ~ irfc ...'. . J ■. -1 mam ntj~ ' '"CS V pi -5 ••: ;': I i j fill B SH '1 ! Mi m h;i ■!Xi: £ -r ;1 THE REBEL 50c a ' year. In Clubs o!> fcur or more 1 - 40 weeks, 25c each. theobbat appear great to us only because we AKE on our knees - >. }" th * :*'4 ! LET US ARISE T. A HICKEY, EdHor and Owww 50c per year; dub* of four or more (40 weeka) 35c. , If this Number is opposite your namo your subscrip J.Of tiori expires n xt isnuv - ■- * >,i '•ill *8 '«K J® X p«B '-MJ, '•fR* ( nvifH * wtjjo*«o4 x% 'II«I I Mr JWUvm Hvp-puooa* n pwnjug ' TEXAS COITON GROWERS FORM SECRET OATH BOUND ORGANIZATION. tlAlLETTSVILLt; 8ATCUDA1 SV/'TKM Hh'L Tile Renters Union men have Ikm-ii at work in this great crisis that is upon the cotton growers of the South. They are taking direct action on the most legal lines as a measure of self protection. The actual farmers and renters of one of the largest black land counties of the state have organized secretly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 September 1914

'V..::-:: £fflE5S9E3 -x-T ■ spt SSsSfe dEil 1 •" ' - v ••• " -• -. ■ "• "■ >-, • / • V'V, tyi-'iKf; ' ' —■■• ' ' • -* ' V /. ; v J. ( "" - —*■;—* 7 i "T-- SttfSMS - ' ■>> * , WEBBKBbbb?? ■ ' \ "■{[ ,/■ ■ '''; 1 .: «v> ,:S TEXAS notes; .: f. a. Rickey, State Secretary, Hallettsville, Texas.) ► «M 1 I j #L i 1 A I I i I I w:! ■ & ■ i mh: Governor's Special. Comrades E. R. Meitzen and W, S. Noble, candidates for governor and lieutenant governor will fill the following dates, making three speeches each day: Wylie, Sept. If; Allen, Sept. 20; Princeton, Sept. 21; Bon ham, Sept. 22; Paris, 2'\; Enloe, Sept. M; Wlnnsboro, Sept. 25; Wolfe City, Sept. 2(>; Mipeola, Sept. 27; Gilmer, Sept. 2H; Ituake, Sept. 2!); Palestine, Sept. !?(); open date, Oct, 1; Corsieana, Oct. 2 and 3. • • • Stanley ('lark's l)atea-*Cameron, Sept. 1H; Ilallettsville, Sept. 19; Yoakum, 0. K. Theatre, Sept. 20; Woodslwro, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25; Donna, Sept. 26, 27, 28 and 2!); San Benibo, Sept. 30; Ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 September 1914

/X" 355p^>yi m&R ■" % • : '. - • $ « . & ■^m . • - ■ ' ?^i$$i§lS tbe tenant and land question. It must be a matter of grave concern to all thoughtful persons who have the interest of our coun- ty at heart to learn that in Texas there are two hundred and fifty thousand tenant fanners or rent- es tilling the land owned by oth- ers; and tl$s large number is increasing at the rate of throe thousand and five hundred a year. At this rate it wil be less than a generation or two until all the land will be owned by probably twenty per cent of the population who will live in the cities and towns while the other eighty per cent will till the land and be com- pelled to haul the landlords part to town for him. And the land- lord'^ part will not be small. This is anything but a pleasing pros- pect! It would be preposterous to ex- pect to raise a set of patriotic cit- izens under such circumstances. The situation Would be more like being over over a slumbering vol- cano. It is useless t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 September 1914

Oklahoma Notes. (//. M Sinclair, State Secretary.) I z't '• & h:v I , AngoTa, ti members, T. B. Newton, Leedv, Rt. 3; Prairie View, 9 member*, J. K. Cole, Ac hi lie; Jesse, 16 members^ F. H. Alford, Jesse; Keaefic, 1 her*, . W. Bullock, Konefic; Kiel, anything toward making this campaign a huge success x Labor Day af Oklahoma City. All three of the nominee* for gover- were billed to speak to the labor or- ganization* nt Oklahoma City ou Sep- tember 7. Field*, Hep. was on the program for thafirst mending at 1:30, but he hid out and tho member*, Wm. Kie/er, Kiel- Alton,, I C0,n,nitte«, ',Ut Up Ju,1,f6 Hurt- who wa" S m>tn Iters', C 0. King, Omega BrTT" ' ^ Th" ^ 0ore, 7 member*, A. W. Brown Gore- 7 ? "tU" th"m "° fMt th,,t a, i u ii t t ' 11 stead of getting hi* 30 minute*, the Balom, H. II. 7 member*. F. A wn. I , . , , ,, ,/ chairman, Labor Commissioner 1'nugn- ^ i fifty, cut him out of 12 minute*. What Ottglo, Altus, Route lj f; ■«i, member*, F. A. Wil-1 meth. Kooky, Route 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 September 1914

■ " ••7- . . : - V- " **■, ••• ' mmm .. * • , "*y ' ■ sa;: •. \ ■ ■ ' T". '■ ■■ A' ~*t ' ' •* * ' ' B I — f 1 1 -j— '— THE REBEL :• " 50c a year. In Clubs of lour or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. THE gkeat appear great to us only because WE ARE ON oub KNEES — LET us ARISE T. A HICK BY, Editor and Owr f>0e P'T year; clubs of four or more (40 waeks) 25c. J If this Number is oppoait* 4/*o ' yrtur name you# iubserm lOO tior. expire* iic-£t- r J) : : -j>. Entered as s^ouil-tlas# matter July 1, 1911. st the pout of fie® at Hallettx ville, Tex., under act of Mar. .3, 1S7S'. HALLETTSVILLE, TE.XAS, SATCHDAY, SEl'TEMIiEL' 26, lf>14. v.. Jin No. 167 ,<■ | STANLEY CLARK INTERVIEWED. Stanley J. ("lark, of Oklahoma, who is on a tour of Texas, iu his usuaj, characteristic way, blew into The KeM office, Saturday morn- ing, 19th inst., to fill a date in this city. He spoke to a large crowd in this city Saturday afternoon and left Sunday morning to fill dates in Yoakum and South Texas points...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 September 1914

mm T*<V 'J •' ■ ..'■ V - - J , */ S I j I if ij. 1 1' Ifl I : If .. i M l-J J iwspammm—pmi — i a— — TEXAS NOTES. ,!, if A. Hiekty, state Secretary, HattetttvUk, Texas.) New Locals Organized. Tom Bean, Grayson county; 0. W. Trammel, Bee.. Jit, 1, self or- ganiml. — — Hois d'are Ridge, Fannin, Co., T. E. Tyler, Direct, Texan, organ- ijwxl by G- H Harrison. Panther Chapel, Franklin Co., J. C. Rhine, Uagansport, Rt 6. Grand Prairie, Dallas Co., 8. W. Price, Grand Prairie, County or- giitiizulion. Organized by J. & Rhine. Vernon, Wilbarger Co,, Fred. A. Newth, Vernon. Self organized. Moswell, Bosque Co., Will Lacy, Roswell. Organized by County Secretary W. J. Watkins. Terrell, Kaufmann Co., A. W. Jones, Terrell. Self organized. Irving, Dallas Co., F. M. Sdil- Iian, Irving! County organization. I rod oil, Bosque Co., organized by .1, W. Watkins, County Secretary. (Jhillicothe, Hardeman Co., J. K. P. llindeman, Chillicothe, couu- ly organization. Kargo, Will barge r jCo., J. E. Hugh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 September 1914

!3§WSfe;&w i;. ' ' ' ' _* r^SsIs _.V.r. - ;> ■*. ; -;•• - — * A I-; • ^ '*^Vi " r •'', - Farm Credits. f :§ if ° I B I % You hear a lot alwut farm credits these days, and to hear these unxions office seekers talk about farm credits one would think that would be a panacea for all the farmers ills. Glaud Weaver, a member of the Committee on Agricultural in the lower house, sayB, "The question of how to help the. farmer , who needs , help most is an unanswerable ques tion". Say you could save the farmer a little on their loans, how would that benefit the hundred thousand renters in Oklahoma? Did you know that a renter has no place to stop without getting the permission from someone, save that part that is socialized, the sec- tion lines? The following figures were tak- en form the report of the board of agriculture September 1911. 1 am giving the counties in the 7th district. It is much worse the eastern side of the state and there has been many of these homes that have passed f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 September 1914

1 11 tf. I ] J • I M I * I I ttjn x A Oklahoma Notes. (Z7. tf. Sinclair, State Secretary.) New Loads for the Week. rCookson, 7 member*, C. A. Htin.n, CooknonBurk Creek, 7, Timothy BnpUivan, Jumbo;— Eureka, C, J. B. Hor-roll. Batkr, liFBi^f-Locunt Owve, R, Clin*. Pickett, Locust Grove; — Commerce, 8, W. 0. Meek*, Ryan, B I, l)X — Sunny Brook, 8, A. Y, Penne, ITowetJi*, — Olpoiinlfl, 15, K. £, 8ti t- ham, D«pew;— Loam, 10, E. C. Be- .Mittibrr. ITaliett, l>x 5.1;— Ooo«llan<l Afft'lcmy, 5, H. E. Littlejobu, Hugo — Columbia, 5, Jennie Cole, Dover B. 4;~- Turpln, 10, Dan Weed en, Porum;- Friendship, 10, W. T. Cargell,— Bali ti.i, 5, On*. Vallhorn, Saiina;— Crook rr, !), Aaron B, Peters, Adairj— Cot ton wood, 10, Ckftg. II. Matthews, Mill- drow;— Flower Mound, 8, J. W. Moore Law tun It 2;— Total J 7 now lo<>al for the week with h membership of 126. In Distress Again. Bulletin No. 2, entitled a "STATE HOBBED AND BETRAY HI)" is print oil, wrapped ready to send out and not u cent ...

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

■'J BKgjH f" Sr. - ~ --" -n——';' .. ( | § | ■ ■ _i ■ —!—% ^. .!'v'i? ~r'": -—-ji'T—"■' ''•■:• ■ ■ •;"■■ r■ ■' ■■ : • " ?v ' ■'■■■• Vfc-A" .. A- - .v/v;-. i •-", ■• ■a fcS@S^&S3S^ljS«SS3S« — THE REBEL - 50c a In Clubs ol lour or - 40 weeks, 25c ' 'Mm. -r; THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO ~US ONLY BECAUSE WS ABE ON OXTR KMSE8 — L8T ARMB wiicTaiBMfaES15"* zm-. T. A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per yew; club# of four or more (40 weeks) 25c. If thia Number is opf>oeiU. j** your name your subscrip lv«F tion expires next issue 1 "1 I I ] •* ?sl r:5~!S - I I s Entered u eecondelass amtter July 1, 1811, at the po*t off ice At Hallettn vill«, Tex., under aet of 54ar. 3, 1879. HALLETTSV1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. AO. 168 I THE BIGGEST FAILURE } THAT THE WORLD HAS EV-\ ER KNOWS! The biggest failure that the vorld ha* ever known happened in the United State* in January of j 1914 and the capitalist The Graft of Modern War. VOTIXU IV THE OOSK MARY. PRI- pital Such are the iiiuiu featu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 October 1914

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