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

SPff , - r / :."".'t ... m • « - a d League oi America. \W. 8. Nolle, See.-Trt*., Rock- dale, Texts.) 4. To «dd to hit farther troubles, ho is often compelled to pay a cash rental of from $7 to $12 per acre, else an exorbitant bonus or share rent the paying of which olten ty. X f con |i 1H < si (Tli* f Uo«iaf"liMBdmeat* to the mm UaiM comtitution to eev- r the efcaac* tkat •qfcaiwtioa to the Lui Lttgof of America. They [were drafted bjr ) eoaa&ttoS com [posed «< W. 8. Noble, E. B. ud E. [0. Meitoaa <wd will shortly be sub ! ruitted WTefere*dum of the meciber > ship. M.) ■■ 1 * CONSTITUTION AND BY LAWS LAND LEAGUE OF AMERICA. PREAMBLE the Land League of America comes before the people at a time when monopoly and speculation in all the means and necessities of life tuts reached its climax; when land, the source of all wealth and all other great resources of the nation a re ever drifting into fewer hands; when the poverty and jnisery of the actual tillers of the soil — ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 December 1914

ir ' I i r ' I |; I if !$$- \ i if 1 - ' i-i A | A pi .. > I i ft H"4- I I (T. A. Hfckey, State 8ec. Hallettovilfo, Tex.) GET BUSY iftTli YOVR OR-, a animation It has been the consistent policy of every state necretary from W. J. Hell, B. R. Meitxen, E. A. Green down to the present incumbent to do their part to give more and more functions, powers and dues to the county and district organi rations. We believed with all our heart that this was the only way to develop the individual initiative of the rank and file and to increase the spirit of democracy within our ranks. This policy is just now be- ginning to bear real fruit and as the membership takes advantage of the powers that have been vested in thein, the party organization will continue to grow to a mighty organization that will capture the state in the near future. Now we propose to foster a spir- it of friendly rivalry and thus help build up to their highest possible state of efficiency the various self- governing county a...

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

mmxmmawm ' " • v''fc' ' ■'<- ' \ v;- v A -.• • - . - - r- . - ■• . . , ,- . . ■■ . ^..u* . ;; amammmm ■ .;•"■ . V,. J; #5 ;■■ '■ - ' - sasssfsste • ■ ■I. "T— fiflil'1'/ v*f" <6 • V In avbs of tour op more m o*max tfna «uut to tra osklt bboavo w> a*s on oum gw urr na abxis I > ■' '.ssr T. A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per yew; ek>b« of four or more (40 weeks) 26c. If thie Number ia.opporft* - -ft four name your anbaerip 179 tioc expiree next iwn* I f V Entered u Mcond-elaaa matter July 1, 1911, at the poatoffie• at Halletta- villa, Tex., under act of Mar. 3, 1879. HALLBTT8VILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECMMBER 12, 1914. No. 178 V mweMmsomL UNION \ One year ago The Reliel published a loading article headed, •'The Swan Song of David J. Neill." This article contained a letter from tha biggest president the Farmers I nion ever had. Mr. Neill pointed out at that time that the memliership of the I'nion was an «ver diminishing quantity; that where at one time it had 161 county un...

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

■/ ■y - | jf I JI I "if 4 i- 'I !•' 1 Cotton Farmers , T,0M" 1iu _rr , ! iem, most of it drawn from the ThfOWfi to W Oives AMifch-Vwelaad currency. That — is ft tank of which one of the inem- Wf one hundred days the cot- feci* if the Federal Reserve Bmrd farmer has been looking to the WM j^nwident before he came to ITT JtlLSLTt something to relieve his deplora- w P hie condition. Now that the na- make the deal ia in thin room right tiohaT congress Kas adjourned and no# while I speak." the Texan legislature has followed Of course Rome Southern hanks are making advances on ware- housed1 cotton ,but require high mtcitftt. This is In face of the fact that the Associated Sup-Press has announced in Mack headline* for th^se many weeks that the hanking interests had ararnged that wonderful $135,000,000 "cot- ton pool." Hut the cotton season is now nearly over and money rates to farmers are as high as ever. The Democratic administra- tion at Washington does not ear;* how often it kickN its c...

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

■) •- r <9f European W ar. ueen that a newspaper man got the field of battle, bat if he d in /; f Tl Of all the things that are cer- tain in this life th«re are none >o Min« as this: If yon want to know what is going on in society read the daily newspapers and then after intellectually digesting their news and editafitl columns believe exactly the opposite they tell and you will be certaihlv right. The Rebel says this as a practic- al newspaper man who knows' the outside and inside of the game and does not have to challenge contra- dietion hectause intelligent contra dietion is impossible. For the be- nefit of ray renders who may meet with men and women that question my statement just refer them to the present war that is devastat- ing Ettlpope. Ask them how many years they have l**en reading the Gal-Dai News and the Fort Worth Record. The Houston Post and Chronicle. Then ask fhem after learning that they have been reading these sheets for yearB, what is the reason they did no...

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

I I I h i- , - s 'if M h: U- if p1 •«• SiaiejNoiea. (T. A. Ilickey, State Sm. HalletUville, Tex.) Much interest U being taken in the hearing before the Commis- sion on Industrial Relations at Dallas. The national office of the Hoeialiat party has written ua with reference to the matter. Com ladea living in the vicinity of Dallas who have any information to give should attend.^ The rumor that H.L.A.Holman was dead aa a result of being slugged, is untrue. He was slugged, but he is alive and well. Strange to say the report of hi death came from a reliable com i-ade in East Texac. who must have gotten hia wires crossed, t * t J. J. Hhelton, one of the pioneer Socialists in West Texaa, died at his home in Dublin. He had been ill a long time, of Consumption, but the spirit of the New Ag'i burned brightly within his frail breast until the last. He whs one of the militant comrades that has made the Texaa movement great His little shoemaker shop in Dub tin was the rallying place for So- cial...

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

xim ' mmwM THE fcEBEt - so, year. iur or more .. . . ; m mwW-- • RH -.--- , ? ; •« m ««' 'emf^bp^rf . '■■■ ■■■„ . 1 " 1 1 1 — * M Nmd'fiM mntler July 1, poatoffiat it HftU«tt«- d«r set of Mar. tmM,, t , . J! j ' r;>.. 1 ' , V: ^*«W3Mfe'4 1 ' ]■ *r' . > ; - * ■ A- f* J&Ak, « < >«-'••■ iv u: ■ ' -l 1 ' ■ '® . NV > ,\+r |.i. .. —r- ,••,4 it ' '■•'It • •UUI Aina ami to n orn WB ABB OB ■ I MMi ■I -xai m un ■, . 'V- V*- -tf « Ii t 1 " "" T. A. H1CKBY, BdHtr «ad OwMt 50c per jmt; cluht of four or nova (40 wseka) 35e. W fhfc Mwaber w oppodu - OA your nam*- roar rater> loll Hob «*p4?w vxt tana* - ssw HALLETT8V1LLE, TEXAS* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911 No. t79 VMM / The mountain hath been in lal or and brought forth a mouse. T'le eftton farmer was to he relieved of his burdens by means of so inflation of the currency. A progressive, patriotic financial leader in St. I km is of the festive name of Festus J. Wade appeared as u Moses to lead the serfs of the cotton sack out o...

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

COTTON, & STRAW Bfcit mm w I F r i BI { I H I U* I fir is . fir Hm'O'K-'. ■ • Ifir !: )'• I j two ictad bnbimf Whst. 1mm « W IliVi It ■SI".* tbo hm as kooet! Yoa w Mit with yonr own petard. Too, have eried wit for di versitieation in the day* when cotton the cost of prod action, and kept * lent when the landlord robbed «W — sad we say k srith «0 dae ' 1, of the MM* IUm) iOMty M the NsMTIHE*) when he walked along tha of (hfflltt, is at last coming lata his ewii. n^who stood out an the W«h ***y and byway* and lifted op nm ysfee, ■ proclaiming . that th* pnw* t #y#t*ro wa# a modify a?;the tenant of the product of his riMmvmitin that approximate ? tod and the real estate speculator «rr} r that obtains in a lunatn put the land out of reach of men ♦Ajbjrm wb*n « fir** break* ont, and women who produned the *** Kr.tvreA at by th" eto&krt- staple in the field* from the tMng <:* * v h'ittkr* who believed in the f0 the Jetting of the sun, and this oi lent erdef of society *implv be...

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

m r.. •• i £ ?*r :".r ^9^ -'• .:'-.-:i" -j 9 V ate Hallucination f Houston. «m1 alac-a-day, what e these! Confusion worse is the state of mind of Mt in the seat* of the And when such be the 'of the passing dav, human eren though it he gird all the genius of the wis who sit along the shores to the uttermost ends of the seas, must staud appalled it tries to measure the men condition of the hewers of and drawers of water who 'perishing in the midst of a itth greater tlmn ever htf or*> &wn ha this the wealthiest topo- hical division of the known >rld. These H. o£,W. ami 1). of W. ve looked up to Wilson's call inet for guidance and inspiration. The coal miners have looked to William Wilson, secretary of labo.- for gidance liecase he has car ried it card in tludr organization The people generally have looked to Secretary of State Bryan be- cause of his national renown as three times nominee of the presi- dency for (knowledge along the lilies of statecraft. The multitude has look...

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

? (T. A. Siekey, State 6m. JUItettmltlr, To.) .. / tfgrrtc in North Texan, oomjtdes in the northern, westef'n ao<l northeastern , -„fW >n of Tew* that wkh to have th* noted Socialist evangelist. Jon* A. Carrie for one or more <lat* during January. ■ 191ft, xhould apply at on#. Addrem him at Oklahoma City, Okla.. box 641. t, - • ,. < Mrt. Kulct at Work. „ Mm. Mary Kulea, the livc-wir" organizer who Is doing thiols ir> North Texas theae daya, organized n fine local with 12 members at fVtriot, Texas, I ant, week. j. A. Hawkins, secretary of Red Oak lo- tfal, who wu present to aid in th* work and reports that Mrs. Kulc* woke them up right speaking twice, there being standing room only. This makes the fourth good local she has organized in the last week. If you want her service* us an organizer, address her (Jeneral Delivery, Dallas, Texas, or this office. 'What ntf tU b«g!to hlowiag. forf' Mid Dm the reiter tUv«< om on, to wake ytm ally to jj f A Zimmerman Dates. P. 0....

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

ill - ir ' ' BBifcfriffilii - %i I-' ~ ^varSW'-wST .s- 1 ^ % ' —- ' . -'<• ^ '«£(:<?.-'■ • r ix-■***:. ° i-. % :^| rp ,^-y.V ■ ■" * . ' .V; .... ;. . ... .,• •-- ' • * ■ r 43r*c _ _ 50c a •# J t more lie each. EittNd as Meond-clsM matter July 1, Wll, it tfcs poctottiea at Halletu- rilU, Tmu, under act of Mar. 3, 1879. Flores Magon ■ ft#'y-' J „ % jy • '''*+*?£ --.r ■ ■••'■•■.-■• ■ Sr " ' '•s •■•.: ?'■■' ^ , - ' ! t ).. ,aimJ A .' Km. ' V.:1 ' JUS! ■ -? "' --w ■ " , I ,., ''#1 ■ :T1 ■T to oa omit laoioai m abb oat out -~ utt crs aiu T. A. HICKBY, Editor and Owner 50e par year; elnhe of fonr or •an (40 weefe) 26c. H th Number ia opposifc <t). war name your subaerip lol tion expiree next imn* HALLKTT8VILLM, TBXA& SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1914. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrn Mo. 160 Land —- misery that he spent in the F«d markable statement of e&ndjtions era I penitentiary in Yuma agd The Rebel has received a adit in Mexfoo, as to the Land Revo later in Florence. Arizona, be lotio...

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

■•' ■•?*>-^^--:-i-: •>--■ ■' r vViijf '■'•' ■■■- ■■';■ ■ ' * / ' '**■ , c mm,'--' mom vfD/irtAir Dr jve v ill, ISM Ji ** _! sfeBBMin^g^gffgBSs sf rSI '• ■'■■- m& ■ i . , . m ass? I . *1 "If it :• II */ . ^ I Through wintry ways at Bethlehem ."." The weaiy strangewfO, *v;" A bfarded nwr «hrWlinf gij-l With blading fef afld «Vm. Hut every dogv ii M d amain, .1 fftNJ v mr, b0**' The tribes erowd he**, from fir and near, To ySeM .the ta* <rf Rome. • ■■■■'•' ••'-"* ,' ..->■ ^.'.t'w •''<?«* ' • .. '.'^ ^ 'V wyyto -<■•" £ «m*« .♦a ■tMfr+Hf+P W* Warm splendor deckrthe Roman iail . „ ^'hcj^runken Caesars sleep; flirt thriugifco <5 SggjKJ^^ JlKM *«<- ' Tha plundered tribesmen creep. Thmtgh" mrr intrttorreeWHir tofl* lio' £•%, w, .%3 cry. esun *% .nMMrtM**#* u*m - f («.«,: / rt Now all the world, with pealing bells | 11 ails that remembered njgbt* With chant and prayer and incense sweet, >*««</- Music and hallowed lite; ' > While atArving. fmwtng, terror-to...

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

. . * , was. from the national domain in g**t« * * * t>ing idal thinker wilj iafc of the Bow W?' Jyt"*\J ♦! }(il}«|5l '«.•. Ik§ lias looked bei wfll say that nc uw w#rg mat ever convulsed ua-, tions oOuld 4fft*t the prosperity! of the United States of North ! I S& W _.wrea J the railway" % grah- to g|Wg*fc-f*r jBxcoedg imuieuw illuatraUeoa jast *i above, Need we wanddf then. the cities are congested, apdJ European a*try ia evar-increasing w#v „ ^ <> i oowequent retarding of oivalim- A man wh^ has looked beneath tion in the United States due to the surface wilt say that not all this grabbing of th« fundamental the tfaifc tBat eVer convulsel ha-, natural necessity of mankind. Thomas Jcff«rap« sensed thh ,,T—r-Timrfl-i n - j iitnation. and uttered a warning, America if the masses of the peo- 102 year# ago, when in one of the pie bad caay aocess to LAND. |state papersbe said: >«.-• When Charity Dickens made bis) "/ thinkaur /mipif will remain famous yisit to the United S...

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

SsSiS State Notes. HE st I t r B'il ^fl's J. f ' (T. A. Hickey, State See. Hallettsville, Tex.) ICt Up to You. Do yon want more and more democracy and rauk-and-file ini- tiative in til# Socialist party move- ment of TVxwi? Then take ad vantage of" the new constitutional provisions that permf^you to or- ganize counties and eongn* umal districts and the moment they are . organzied receivrt for them a por- tion of the dae« that now go to the state office. Also receive for such countie8 and congressional distritr* the preeions right (ft self government at the same time. Be member that this divsion of does and functions repervmts division of power; job hunters, sore-heads, and others to the contrary not- withstanding of which we have re- markably few in Texas. • • • Don't Scatter Shot. There an* many ambitious ones that devote their main thoughts (and energies sometimes) to the idea of converting the state as s whole. They would like to speak a big word in all affairs of the gen- eral st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 January 1915

' • •".' v?-: \iI ijft^rcfM " •' >-K :-h\^1L "ai ' I • -tmm .-.. ■•• * ^ -••«.-,■." -.: * -i ^ \r _M t.'--,-. ■■-;■■■'. - ' •.'-. ■:.!- --1- - 'rps^v" ,'•'" V^'"''. '"v J/r---' •••>.':'" /'Kv ''<:i':.;i-ri'; :W . • ■ " > •," -■; •*:*:' ■/ ■-• . - - *V % m- i gsSS^ffi® - *:?$•. yt, .- V T. A. HICKBT. Editor and Owm* 50c per yaar; ciui* of (tor or mora (40 weeks) 25c. ytmt. :, 1^: '£v ! ■ • • • ' - • . ••« or more ■—xr- MJH1IIMIHH -J .« 4 • <!.*> ' -* '4 ■ -i'-ffima If this Number ia oppodU - _ _ your nam* fOvr rabserip 1{|Z tioo Mmm mt ime ■ ■ ***" 4mu SW.^ *• «■" MMOAva wi u> a «. n - n ■?. ' ■ J1-;'. M*w 9mfri . ' ;. V ■ : ■ <■ H ALLRTT8V ihLK, SATURDAY. JAXVABY 9, 1!>15. - . Below we publish the second great Laud Petitiou. Before the/ ink is well dry- on this paper, judging by previous experi- ences demands will coma in for it front every portion of the state. The first peti- tion inade history and no less a Demo- that radical legislation ia needed for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 January 1915

■ •• '• WILSON COLQUITT vs. A CONVICT*8 CHRISTMAS OFFERING. THE LIQUOR MACHINE. Regardless of what one may be- lieve about prohibition or prohibition, there j« no BP a«pa; , Id •mm % Wk-h it is mfi' I] ily.S 1] iy iff' 41 ^. :l<: that Primaiy tienlarty in floigfct due to ij Day. in A always the fact invariably **t- powers-that- be ak ^consequently not in any hurry to satisfy a demand for par- thst exist only among vote the Socialist ticket, the «4y ticket that hai any poten- tial pilfer within it to menace the security of the Democratic party machine. . Because of thia foot W© have been oompelied to rely upon oar own reports. Prom our oomrades in 97 counties we learn that an increase has been made over the phenomenally large vote in 1912, in practically all tKe agricultural countfcs, which indieatea that we have digested the vote in 1912 that made us the second party in the state and gave u* the biggest in- crease of any state in the union, except West Virginia which was at that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 January 1915

• ' y . X ,r .lJL Blown Up. - :./vV " • k 11 h cT< great ^f*ts* j o<« W1 , whfch would wfcrit in connec- tion %ith ft... banl® all for Ate p sistil* tH^unfo! farmer in his deplorable plight. We were tdft th«t $135,000,000 would be swiftly raised and pour- ed into the south for the purpose advancing loans on ware- housed cotton to the end that the market would be steadied and cot- ton would go to ten cents, if not higher. Optimistic preachment* were made by all t.ht> leading dailies and country weeklies of the cotton stiitrs and the farmer was lulled into the belief that deliverance was near at hand, but alas for th? 1io|k> of the farmer, alas for his faith in the plutocrats of Saint Louis and New York, and nlsa and alack for his belief, in the Donk administrations' finance scheme. Regional and other lmnks prom- ised to assist iu the distribution ot the funds but are doing nothing. Also lack for th<> unfortunate farmer there was So biuch red tape thrown around the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 January 1915

mm. m |§ Ww&$$- Mpp kisses, lip ■f Hfl| ; ■; ' '- dihJll Bnt^pT^p KKiiiM * ~ ,at' Si'" ' " cct^' ■ kt«;' iSfe Siffiflni 1'c' "J •< p -■. ■1191 TO -H'- .v;vj! „s® 5g p|^ - ;:fes ir fe mm&m s^syp t; V Stall Sec. "'-v •': ; a §HBfW ■H jx u\-,, rm x-.jV va Hallettsville, Tex) C. F. Duncan, county ■ocretai^, $ .. , . wport«4hat V the low price K-' • i'l I ■ A' ' 1 I fir 'W i it' '15 R , ■ I " it- BK SSI PsMSi V'." toil ig demoralizing the workeri of Gnywm county, so that til they can think of is what they can get lor wife and babies and where they can get a job. The need of the houn in education, organisation and we will abolish starvation God bless the Duba and d—— <sa|K italism." a • a Mrs. Kvles in 1(><A. Congressional Secretary, Tom Webb. Carina, Te*aa. hardly got his office chair warmed when he began getting things moving in the "jumbo" (sixteenth) district He is now routing Mrs. Mary Rules, one of the star agitators and or ganixers in th« South through the distr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 January 1915

■JSS a&ftaflg lliiitia ' M. i . lllpii **§ 8ffiSiBflBfl& MttM ■ilf li iiillii if l)ll> III MSI ?£mM, ' PS ■■ ' •% •* v • - . n WM Ml si A «i'-- #0e per yea* j dobs of four «r mow (40 Wfflfai) SSe. I! this Number is oppoaifc -A_ fsu ata* ym rabaerip |(U tkn ipim mh " 1915. ,** 4*?. :.W m. si • •*HvVy-H^-. ■ "' :.^-^;-;>-v.:45 jftf tfce ti «Jhi« copy of The Rebel reaches its readers, James * county, witi have b®on installed u governor of — y°° «■* tho b«nd is playing the feat munu- of the grand mafh for the inaugural ball Governor FergUsOti will baths recipient of congratulations from every aide and the atory of the inaugural ball will be published at length in every daily in Test* and the Aaaedated Preaa will earry a hort atory of the affair to every big daily newspaper in the nation. py A telegram that readied Hallettsville th% morning invites ao of my personal friends and political enemies to the big jollificati Yea, the governor has overlooked me and euen if he had i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 January 1915

llfflll M JWW -'W. =' H-V'.5" ;:v ; "J J' «c \-T-V, ''■ V-V"; - ill KfS IS ; ,s," ppil •Kv: ~tr- i&Mii Imm ■r m vv; ffc "1 •I. $ t PI gu ISr- .«. . ? 4 _. J political Htm of Attorney General 1*a nation «ii astounded two|J<5Wel p. Ugh^t ^ Judge W. we^aM when the Hetntpepent F. Bnma*. So with the aealpa of \« New \ orfcroloaaed for nation-L United States senator, an attor- mdepuUkattocthc moat from Tew., and a tienal *tUck from a high source J potential governor (until exposed; ^£S«^iKr£5 &2ts?£ Ht "> '• " «*• ««w« to. ,1^1, ™.1^ivSSJKi« <h5r J,b<l ctrrim " ""y a"1*1*" ernor of the greatest Democratic j on fountain pen a* thi* old ■Ute In the South .ui the itataj •• PendnMiim" on Th. Rebel. Too ttg ooqwrtjoo^y Md. the nom-^ tn0„ who he « don't vout Nooe t.rt.00 01 WlhOB PMribl. ua hu | „ther Pmlk wh0 always been his (Wrongest support- WM 0iuited frwn thp Houston er and defender, lent added uarnacje because he was too big * ^-.diHjonwnt. for that liule inBtitutlon B...

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