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

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Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 October 1914

I • ;. MHIP m-. SjHjw ■1 ■ ,r^;-3',' ' *85® P|PP* X' -■ - I isg#: Itr :ii. r . '■; S* II 11 II ill I ■' I . x % 3 p s 1$. pfe I I i * hi II I I- I Iu J I a 1' ( i S W i IA # TEXAS :JP A. Mickey, Secretary, HaHettsvilU, Texas.) Governor'* Special. Comrades tv. R. Meitzen and W. S. Noble, candidate for governor inn liftn^Mttot governor will fill tbf? following dates, making three <t ^chfji each day: (*tirsn itn.i Oct. 2 ami 3. Meit*m> nt Blooming (irovo flight of Oct. 3; Fow- Ij r. (M, 1; Mercian,. Oct. fi; McMre- por. Oct. 'J; Oct. 7, open; Lott, Ort. 8; Noblo at <'iurinron, Oct 9; Meitzen at Kow.iiuil 0< t. 1); Uedian, Oct. 10; Ma- iti.-ionville, Oct. 11. • • • Comrade P. G. Zimmerman is ready to fill dates now in central and north Texas. If yon want hi in write us at once. • • • f II. Grady Milner, of Wichita Falls, wants date8 in south and west Texas, beginning Nov. 1st. Comrades in these sections want- ing a good speaker write to the state office at once. } • • • OFFI...

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

Sr-ys;.;. - F ps rr#'? asm •".'?!• 83 i 2r ' ■ - '■ v f . . ■ * fn-sv ' • . ,, t r .; SP ' "i- ■W #-UGH m CAPITALISTIC Pa I -! YKh- ' Was. j* President Wilson lias ordered a thorough investigation as to the cause ot the recent increase in the prices of foods. Armour, J. Ogden _ Amour, one of the head* ot" the lx*cf trust says, Ever.-fxwly k-ei1 cool and the food situation will ad- just itself" and the Fort Worth Record in commenting says, "of course if it shouly l>e found thcr- is eoncerned effort among the own- ers of foodstuffs to practice exor tion such effort will quickly fall under the condemnation of the law" and they the Record hacks up and says, "no law can make th« owners of a beef or hog or a bushel of wheat sell for less than can he had for it under the law of supply and demand." These poor million- aire packers have been burdened > long enough with this business of | distributing meat foot products, js. Let the nation own the packing business and give these Armours...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 October 1914

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

_T , . 8oeiall(* in the state ud I suggest Oklahoma W Ot ®S ■ that the Socialists in every precinct get 'I __ PgA&SONETTES, t / • . >v0 }[■:■: . ;." togethtf, talk over the following plan* Believing that women, either di- I /ft U Sinclair, State Secretary.) ^ have things so perfected that there rcctly or rernoteiy( ape connected , ' 1 | will be no confusion on election day. — .P«nnli mv New Locate (or this Wart. We are entitled under the law to * u I H Nance fiS* |l«)th a counter and a watcher and Bi*by, - membc , WrigitJ great caution should be exercised in by;- Proapeot V iew 9• ' by the precinct com- Hobart;-!- V«, T, ^^.^'J^Luteeman to select capable and trust Colony. 7, T C Ba.nl, ColonyBo^j evnnA„ t0 a(,t in thew placeH aedale, 8, W V (arothers, Kosedale, J ^ m(,an8 to w|eet one. who ^, .i ! tr vt Uurritt/in Mnvrtar R 2:1 .. .• Km flKS 1|1§ : ?&S I ' ■ It -i , i 7 •" I® j j i 1 i Ri ffe i I 1 i i t !)> II Odetta, 8, V M Harrison, Hnyder E 2; I ^ ^ ^ jnntructed. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 October 1914

••"Tu.. -mmmmmm__ ••V.— • ■ "! vrasLXWsKmaBs*. rwbart-J* WSK .y* •:; t-f ;;j.v ^ | * i * • , ,/ '- ■..-■;■•'■■ ;v •i.*' ''-■•Air-s TfwT^'r MllMl.l ■■ II I lit' . • II ■ - v;W: - V * ■ > - ' .J- ^v1 ■ •\ THE REBEL - 50c a m.:-Vif VVtf year. In Qnbs of four or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. _T_r- K tPre4 as se 'oudclft*a mutter July 1. 11* IT, at the po* toff ice. at Httllett*- ville, 1%x., under aot of Mar. 3, 1S71). ONLY BECAUSE fcf -W- "v GREAT T, A HICKEY. Editor and Owrm 50o per year: club# of four or mw <40 weekf * 25c. - ^ ' « . • ' ' i'': If Ibis Number is opposite your name your subserip 17U tioti expire# next issue ■■■• ' ;•• Hp# •an ARISE IIALLKTT8VI LIE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER KM 4. 'V,' TEXANS STRIKE FIRST BLOW. '■ ' ■ , By E. U. Written. Socialist nominee for Governor. The people of no state in the nation should be so ready to strike the first great blow next November for the emancipation of the world's workers as the wageworkers and farmers in Texas. This is true: F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 October 1914

m&m , -r« IPSSpS^^ ':'\ •• P#^nC 'Sif* "?;*?-* £*«*£ M TEXAS NOTES. r^F i. 1 II M J ,/f 1 ■'Si I Hi [ Li ( : ; I j ' : |j A f i >• s: ■ ■ s-:. , ora shall be qualified voters of the county in which they may serve. Said supervisors shall re- main in view of the ballot boxes until the contest b£ concluded. It shall be their duty to be present at the marking of the ballot of any voter by the judge of said election not able to make his own ballot, to see that said ballot is marked in accordance with the wishes said voter and it shall further be their duty to see that each and ev *ry ballot is correctly called (in counting). The said supervisors shall note any and all frauds or irregularities occuring and report the same to the next me<ting o the grand jury. The county does not pay for the services of super visors or watchers. To Supervisor*. Further we would point out no to rely on so called fair and hon est election officers, no fair per- son objects to being watchod bu the u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 October 1914

■ . ■ . -" •..' ., V'--.'-/-, ■ -•< ■ -;. ■■; 3i;V i m-:- ifcfe •■■ -.V ■*; '■■ ■".•yvrv. '"■■ •; WW "I assr Linen Hall Street. JL1 -rr Iffl i i';'v' '-(j ,■ - - -• ■• - ~ editor of this great religious weekly has surrendered t|ae to the candidate* for Governor and fcietenant-Governpr, his is the big campaign edition of The Rebel. •V '-r v^- -.J . . 't-V -A.V|. - /. ( philosophic mood I tun going to speak to my tens of thous- aders about the war and I am going to discuss the war an angle that was not yet been touched upon by any 300 exchanges that, weekly, reach my desk or from any so far as I know. • • • eatiful young mother, with hair as Mack as the raven's deep brown eyes that might cover a brooding soul and that rivaled the olive, save where it was tinted with the [ health, dressed in the crinkly silk gown that was wide and .such as our mothers wore after the hist shots were heard ley of Virginia took a little six year old boy by the hand him a stately one story building with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 October 1914

. —j-Vr. 'r—^ m *®£S Oklahoma Notss. I '] li 1 ? I li ! T I i 1 5 5 Mi ■ (H. M. Sinctair, State Secretary.) • *' --* ■ . {J. <v; K#w Local* for th* Wftk. Rocky, 9, G V Kirk, Rocky; Blue Valley, d, 8 L Archibald, Moorelaad; Alton, 8, H O Banioa, Aft on; Pleasant Valley, 14, N C Griffon, Newalla Bt 1; Poteau, 9, D 8 At wood, Poteaut Oak Hill, «, A J Bynum, Hanna; Hilton, 10, Wm l'routy, Hapulpa B *; Francis, M, A L Vandiver, Francis. Creasy Bend, 14, 0 8 Newton, Mnnnsville. Ham bright, 6, T J McAllister, Heeding B 1; Homer 8, Adua J Allen, Homer; Mulberry, 7, W D Bteelraau, Colbert. Total for the week: 12 new locals with a membership of 121. Speakers Date*, K O Enfield: Snyder 10, Headrick it, Lawrence school house 13, Big Elk 14, Cotebo 15, Pleasant Point 16, Mountain View 17, Bessie 19, Clinton 20, l>ill 21, Bentiuel 22, Port 23. H H Mtaliard: Taloga 10, 2 p. m., Putinan 10, 8 p. m. Marion Hughes: McLoud 10, Wet urn ka 12, Castle 14, Paden 15, Sparks 10, Te eurnsek 17, Milk* C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 October 1914

} m — • ' JN8 ■ ;-';4 REBEL year In Clubs of foor or more 40 weeks, 25c each. \ MICKEY Editor and Own~* Kh- p.-r year; club* of four at mur^ 4f> WwkiO 25c. ' f rheh Number is in posit* vour rnnnp rottr rr.bscnr tion expires next issue QRBAT GREAT ARISE ONLY ■ !'■ II Entered as seeoiul olas matter July 1, 1911, at the pontoffice at Halletta- vill«, Tex., under aet of Mar. 3, 1873. CAMPAIGN EDITION. IF MKIT7.ES WERE ELECTED] , i • — GOVERNOR. The t '&mpaigrf edition lias lietfD Now that the south U suffering f" °fl>> ««< both from from 6 cent cotton, and now that!"" «>«',.Ipomt of qnal.ty and the Texas the greatest cofon state of f nt,'>' of. "V1" emulated The ' biggest order came from Fort Worth and the man who sent it in was Tlios. E. Newton, 943 East Nattie St. Fort Worth, who suet the money for 6,000 eopies. New- ton and a number of devoted work- era distributed them through Fort Worth last Saturday. Men of the Newton type are men like the New- ton who discov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 October 1914

mm ■ py&v ■•". '-. Site': ■ ■ • ■ .'• ■" " ' - s '-";.•/■-•• ;.•<•■- '•' . -• .-•■• . • I . . ' ' i • • . <;jC' fl-E® i® i Mi i * . P.H I h. < I $u I I f NOTES. BalUttsvilU. Texas.^ T. A. Hickey, Governor' Special. Comrades E. B. Meitzen and W. S. Noble, candidate for governor tu.i fieuteuant governor will fill •.he following dates, nuking three •wrechaa each day: Uraaraont, Oct. 16 ; Port Arthur Opt. 17; Houston, Oct 18; Sour Oct. 19; Wharton, Oct,. 20; TaliM'ioH, Oct. 21; Bay City, Oct. Si!; HI Campo, Oct. 23; Victoria, (ii'l. 24; HundiA, Oct. 25; Tuleta, Oct, 2( ; Bishop, Oct. 27; Hobs- *twm. October 28; Corpus Christi, (ttib. 39. • • • • At tlic last atatc convention in Waco hold on November 9th 1!) 1.'{, i conatitution was drafted that provided for tho congressional dis- trict form of organization. This constitution whs adopted almost uuanimouHly. Since that time two coiigrttmioual district* have been organised and while there lire at 8 more in the prooesg of or- g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 October 1914

PsgST -* I. ,^-f . . ™; «\ '? J ' . •/vi" ' ,V'^.- v:: - " mm.. 'pe'fr W^is-v. , ' .v.^ ■ ' " ^rojl mmmmm respondence , Veu/ian ordtrt Six Thousand. wtri Worth. Tex„ Sept. 29. 1914. F"The Rebel,Hallettsville. Tex. !>*ar Comrade*:— " sf Your circular letter received > tid eontente noted and in reply allow me to tuiv that I am prepar- ing to order #om of the |>e<Mai campaign edition. With tlie assistance of the com- rade* in the city we have arranged to purchase at least (o.OOO) '' ry e thousand copies and you may hold my order for a few day* yet and we mav be able to increas- the or der. Will send you hank draft in tine time. Hay, Comrade Hie key, the thought had struck me as a good one that you make mention of any advance orrivrs you receive for the Mpeqial edition such as this. Pub- lish the same it will tie a groat en- couragement, for hoiue other ( om- radea to make an effort. ! started out single handed to mis,* twenty five dollars atnony the men who have been readin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 October 1914

ife'i ? • "|f|p^p *- . , 0H - - f1- €$mm*w¥ .. .:: ; • X . ■■ . -"" - ■ ' • -5' . " .:■■■ V ■.-■ ..' •v !^lt Oklahoma Not^s. """''-* II! —-*■ v ■4 ti Era If I j HI m er*,bnt th# workers who kAV« hera- . — .. a. , ." a. . _ tofore been unable to ma the allianee (a. M. Sinclair, State Secretary.) 0f the democrat party with the inter- locked paraeitee, are eeing a'great 5 f _S_ t -L !'$ ■ f JjjSf !Wt m A 8QAHE ELECTION NOW POS- SIBLE IN OKLAHpMA. Recent Decision of State SapnmeOonrt Declares that the Socialist Party Is Entitled to an Official Counter. ■ V <w " The democrat machine that has so long manipulated elections at will in Oklahoma has received a body blow. No longer can hrazeu politicians y Hcrt thnt it does not matter who does tho voting so long ae they are in clmrgo of counting. On October 6, the Kuprwne court of the state in passing upon n ca e appealed from the diM' tric.t court of Kingfisher county, af- firmed the right of the Socialist Party to a countor in elections I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 October 1914

mm Kyi ' '« ' V^- THE REBEL T. A. HICKEY. Editor and Owner 50c per year; club# of four of more (40 weeks) 2&«. If this Number is opposite your name yoor subserip 172 tiou expires next issoe • ;:#L ■■Km ORHAT BBOAT78S WE ONLY arise KNEES — LET SAT I RDAY, OCTOBER 24.1014 No. 171 The Gubernatorial Tour. lit' Socialist gubernatorial no- minees are now in Southeast Tex record breaking V- In Clubs of four or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. GREAT Entered u Meoutl-cla** Matter July 1, 1911, at the post offices at H aliens vill*, Tex, under act of Mar. 3, 1879. _ mmmmmxsm The Campaign Master Move. According to all regular rules of tbitf paper what in written here should not occupy the first col- umn of tbe first page, it ha# never happened before and may never happen again. We invariably place in doube column type on the inside page our call for a cam- paign edition that will number tens of thousands of copies more than the regular edition. The reas- on we \j>reak our rule in this ease is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 October 1914

am g| -:rv.^ :, /. ' . v,■:: - ■■--:= ;■ ■ : — 1 i Eg Tf ' \ Li i <• I I I i i I *>> II i Pi •' f- <, ■ I i TEXAS , . .. , .. . .... . t if. JL Hiekey, State Secretary, HaUettsvOte, Texat\ ■ Governor's Special. Comrade* E. R. Meitzen and W. i. Noble, candidates for governor ~ac( lieutenant governor will fill cip following dates, making three ipeeches each day: •m mSssm V ' V . : ~;\h . -v.. '■y. Tex. Oct. 11, 1914. LAVACA COUNTY PLAT * P***Y in all that the term im- ini * r tar P1*6* K its world wide record prove*, believes with Washington, the father of this republic, that . u/ ' ~ rersou county, l borrowed it front ; ElI Gampo, Oct. 23; Victoria, local authorities hikI promised to 'ft. Sandia. Oct. 25: Tlllet*. nitimi «• nlonno mtimi it tn me Oct. 2<f; Sandia, Oct. 25; Tnleta, Oct. 26; Bishop. Oct. 27; Robs- •own. October 28; Corpus Cbriuti Oft. 29; Yoakuiu, Oct. 30; Sub lime, Oct. 31; Ezzell, Nov. 1; Hal lettaville, Nov. 2; Noble Flatonia night of Nov. 2 • • * Anot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 October 1914

: - ffr y, mmm I . -•'< ri : \ jSS-'H . IfNii 'rN ill . • _■: -:^y yJ£. ?9$5$1N1 m v,-/j,"- ■i ■ i j ', __ MJ«f />oni Fdi/or, Muddled Some. More. The Midlothian Argus County. W. M. Stanberry, Publisher and Proprietor. Midlothian, Texas. Oct. 2, 1914. Mr. T. A. Hiekey, Hallettsville. Texas, par Sir-:— We want to know here and we Iare going 4o know whether or wot [the party from X county, demo- cratic nominee for Co. representa- tive, who proclaimed himself a So- cialist in your issue of August 29th, is our nominee, Hayden Moore. If you can say he is not, all right, we shall be glad. If you can not or will not deny the fact we shall take it as an evidence of his political perfidy and act accord- ingly. There is no use to try to put one past us; we are going to the bottom of this matter. Thank- jug you for a prompt reply I am Yours truly, W. M.jStarrberrv. Here is our answer to above letter: Hallettsville, Tex.. Oct. 4, 1914 W. M. Starrberry, Midlothian, Texas. My dear Sir:— Your...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 October 1914

S§||p: -:-v ' ■ ';'"-";7': • " ■• - ±-??ry~i~.:\--" '";: -•'• ' ;- • X ■■■ ; -V /-■■--- - ■ -;- - : - -.: - . . ' MIPsI ;f&:■ *S*& '.'*"'""A.'rf • y.'• -V '■• •••■■■■:"'■■' ■:;:'\ ■•■ Si: m ■J- i k ' TTfT iSJif ■I* t y tfl 111 1 I ■ I p. . t I * 1 I it ! 1! ft' f it t [ -'s 'i ).;! (#. if. £*«<« Secretory. From this time until aiUc ">~tl*n this vftlc* will continue to 'mJ out j.aekagM of the party literature to' every precinct committeeman in the •tate. Every piece is of great import auce and should be placed in the bands of the voters at one*. It is all written for the present campaign, and will be a dead loss to the party U! proper distribution is not made be fore election. Remember that this ro presents the sweat and blood of oar comrades and the working class. It should be a pleasure for any class con m-ious comrade to devote his time to the work. It will carry Oklahoma for Socialism in 1914 The supply of the lied Book at the state office is ex haunted. If you have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 October 1914

■ as BUM ...!• >' ■ ' ' „- '.' ' " ~ ;-. :'K\^ /*;' ■ -v ~~ - > at ■■■ ^SPSSS ' . ■• • • •••*•- ■ • •---"..-.•■■• ^--- '•• ".-.. •• rw 'V ■'" -'. : ■ ■ 'V, %l'tkI T. A. HICaOBY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; rial* of four or more (40 weeks) 26c. If this Number is opp«dt« your name your vabaerip tion expires next i*ne REBEL - 50c year op more 25c each. W : j K20SB8 - LB* -—- i. Entered *« second-claw matter July 1, FIALLE TTSVILLE, TEXAS, 8 A TV HP AY, OCTOBER 81,1914 1911, at the post office at Hallett under act of Mar. 3, 187B. ville, Tex pw_. w% pf I the Present Campaign ( Written For The Rebel By Eugene- V. Debs Four Times the Socialist Nominee For ' President of the I nited States.) There is not a state in the Union tliat has a hotter right to be prosperous in every sense of the term than the state of Texas ami yet a condition of industrial and financial demoralization prevails there which can scarcely be described and which can be accounted for only because of the system...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 October 1914

/ i if. A. Rickey, State Secretary, HaUettsvQU, Te**e\ - —r— : , HEITZKN VISITS THIS STATS - ■ " OVFWR, Bocauae of & cloudburst the wmrtthat wiui known except one m 30 jraw*, E. R. Meitaen, the So- nominee for governor wua •impaled to hum two datea an Saturday and Sunday at Victoria aud Handia. A bridge was washed out near Edna and our candidate *tt compelled to lie up 48 hours iu a small town or return by way <if Houston. He sees this opportun- ity (fa oome back to the homefolks and for hours he poured into ous ears stories of hia experience of his canvass which, he has dilligent- Iy carried out sinee the 26th of Iwt May speaking seven days a rook fiver 80 counties and from two to three times a day. i t is story of his trip would cov *r many columns of this paper anc will tie related later ul full length A synopsis of it would read like this; "Tlie Republican and Bui vVT v)se parties have blown up in T'Kas, if they have had a public owting or printed any literature in any co...

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