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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 January 1915

Reason For Land Timber Id these days of unemployment, countless thousands of men and women who think, an congiderinj; what a beautiful condition they might live under If . they oould . ^ have a home of their own on the **• "^PPOrt land—Hnegardless of how much en- ergy they might expend, have a place they might cell their own. They look over the nation and find that the eold, dry statistics tell them that there are more than two-thirds of the land of the United States held out of cultiva- tion, and. sometimes they wonder why this so; why have they to starve in garret* in the cities, sub- ject to all the emptiness and lone liness that goes with the city When they could be living happily out in the open in homes of their own if they could get into ITncle Sam's domain? This question The Rebel will answer by an experience that he has made iu one of the most beautiful spots that God Almighty ever fashioned on his footstool. It was in Seattle, Washington, where ten thousand people came fro...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 16 January 1915

'-Vv* SslippL twBfM ?Jf ®4tss;^ n ^ F7F- Si 1^- M"r'" $SgP S?;j® sum fcfpN /;.- vuS& «■ | i I! tab iroMxwomj TiON. <T. A. HJoMr, State Sec. Halkttaville, Tel) ■. Cngrtttional Plan •< Winner. The congressional spirit is beginhiifgto manifest it- MIT throughout the state, and ev- sitfn indicates that the first of Jan. 8, 1915. . y. • «•; Sherman, Tex.. Jan. 5. JM5.__ [To the Texa Comrades: Bath* bavpi cleeted to tha of- Ifiee of Teouw Cormpoodent of National Woman'. Committee I eonp to you for aid in this work, I think that the field is a large, one and that its wdi* should be oH 4**k*>t thfc help to the eaM Of Socialism. I |ti<mal Executive Committee do not know that I am' the ri OND THIS MOTION. Boston, wnradest • I The sachsetts in regular meeting as- sembled Jan. 3. 1915, adopted tho following motion that "We pro- of the Na- ffi/t in WHh all the fit. And .person . I which is mmr, ■ ■'Vp£« r-.'i #i:\ i wmm as .'•• 5 V 2 _ LV- J '.I..' ^ ^'jl am in hope#that I n ijr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 January 1915

" • Jr : ' ' >■:> jk££9mp r- •:-. ■• r.-. mMJ -'{« JHK :' -l'4 ?.VA" jj||s®jhrh^c ■'' h i mammmt f::Si-X'''% p: m mr 3r5 ■."*:?* Eitml m —eond-dm ntto Johr I, Mil. at um pwtattk* at Halltttr *«. 8, 1|7 HATVRDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915. tudef Mt of mm i* , ..r* ' G Vv5* ✓V> / . tyfi •.i.. -/I • — ' k B-£M1 T. A. HIC1 80c par f my tf iii , g\ ' Li9x^ witor and OWBQT aar; elnh of tear at man (40 i mii) 16a. ' V r ••> ' «• i f M thia Nui yonr mim i yoof a^wrip 184 1 Um npirt m next iaaue as - Oklaho- ma Vote. C Below we publish the official vole of the Socialist party of Tex- as and Oklahoma since the birth of own in 1900 / 1900 1M2 1908 1910 1912 1914 1900 1902 1904 1906 1908 1910 1912 organization hi these states OKLAHOMA texas .815 1963 4443 „ 4042 21,279 24,707 41,424 52,963 ...... 498 aw . 2,457 „ 2,758 8.100 11.538 25.275 28.000 19h estimated) ... The foregoing figures are the most expressive figfare8 ever pub- lished in the South. When w«* make that statement, we mean just ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 January 1915

WSSIMSPS SP? i'tj'k m M Kas mI 1 l?: I . ri U p P-lli $ II ft- ;ri ' if] jj! 1 I } I $. ii i f I J nearly four yuan oon- fintiotw work The Rebel has at iMt succeeded in Sttuic th« idight of the Sonthern farmer be- ftmr the people of «h*Mtfi States. The gnat 8cripps4feRae Association that aupplies four hundred morning and afternoon oapeTH in the leading cities of the United gtates that are daily read ly sixteen million people haa en- gaged the services of Mr. C. W. ilohnan to write a aeries of ar- ticles on the exploited cotton farmer of th« Smith. Mr. Ifolman is connected with the University of Wisconsin. He is secretary of the National Con- t'erenoe on marketing and farm '•reditu ami was formerly an edit- or on Farm and Ranch. He visited The Rebel' office in September :u d was ons guest for two days, during which time he made an t'xhausive study of The Rebel files to the end that he wouUl '•"irn about the work of organis- ing the men and women who live on rented or mortgaged farma ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 January 1915

:1 Vr :•(-•• \ , ' q M Land Amendment. B«^|wPyW| That the-Und qw*tion is no* the dominant question in Texas is wneraily recognised and every day frSt evidence comes to de- tuouatrste the fact that this qoes- t ion will riwain the great ques in state affairs until it in r The latest proof of the cortwtoess of thi comes in the form qt printed document •that has beenlinrt to every paper ui the state l - Commissioner J. 4 PastoriM, of Houston, which reads: I'KOPOGKI) AMKNDMKNT TO THE WTATK CONSTITUTION OP TEXAS. To amend Article VIII of the Con- atitution of the State of Trxan by ad- ding thereto Beet ion 2« in regard to taxing real estate outside of incorpor- ated citiee, towns and village*. Wbamas, The farmers of the State «tf Texas have heretofore paid more than their just share of taxed; and WIISHM The farinet who improve* uttl uses hi* land adds value to the ad joining vacant and unused land held for investment and speculative pur poses;' and V - i Where*s, To tnx the farmers' im p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 23 January 1915

ramawu-L.*, i ■ ■ ■■■• •<~ T'" - ' ' P§?v:--~.. • §^:->5-p ■•. % SE -. • 'r-r. ' •- ■ ; • ■*•; "*''{•" ■ •-•„ "'~ f^.-.V.. : Z- - ' " * - ' ■ .' , ''^' ' ' ' Ut ■' i '■- **:.**'■■■>:%-$.■ M W< 4 Y ■'■ > V 1 :'. gl. ' ■ - 'V- M?i& *a s ■■-■<:•.. :.:-tv ?;■' fi«® . / ' ■ *tl'. 99 at: IU r|: I.; i- H' I >sb : I i 1 I .rB • i, St isr * ■ . I I I I b H \ik Hftv \ i\\ I m —w a .. . c^-7 T-"-"'#tf • Jl. U'i ;/V- "t'I--. -.•■•• EMANCIPATION league or oklahoma (T.A. Hiekey, State 8m, Hallettaville, Tex.) 18M ihitrict Notice. Local and county •ecretaries in the sixteenth district are hereby instructed address him from now on to Eastland, Texas, he having changed hi* address from Carbon, R, 2 Tex., to that place. He it eager to hear from all So- cialist locals and members-at-large in the 16th, also from Socialist lo- cals in unorganized sections. Now is the time to get busy. # • # A city Socialist convention was held in Fort Worth,on the 10th. The comrades adopted a sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 January 1915

I ■ . . . !'; - : V;-';-' "v '*&' "-' .■■f^:r !| I / .- >,.;§<•& I THE REBEL - SOf a [ yw --.v:< :i^ vu _ ! :.■&$*&*** Vy , j Is-.I •••>•,:'•' .•■y'-' I ot lour or more - 4ft weeks, 25c each. v^-'! * # • ' • 7 " % *" /1 .44 \ ¥ se gl. . - . *,* * ,•...„ «i-. -' ^f % ,*§• "A* °aaA* *° V9 9KL1 MMUtma w* ARB OX O01 KXBU - UET "* **«• T. A. HICfcRV. ^rfciorj «nd Owner per twa* 4#Wb* >f four , r more (40 WtNfl) 25* 7 ' If thi# Sutter, t*«ppg;v -for ftor >uhv uvyuf!W lO«) tion >jt n re« • * */|Wvi< . ' i Entered u Meoad-elaaa Mttn Julj 1, 1911, at the DMtottU* it Hallettt : * >:;-i ,. ■I II HALLETT8VILLK, -TEXAS, SATURDAYt JASUA&Y 30 |!H5 villi, T« under act •( Mir. J, 1H7P. ;SS§pfed|!~ si _ r-"v" ■' WvK I' I VI rm- a?.. ■ i i ijfc > 'X. Tell it not In Gath, or whisper it not ou the street* of Askakui that The Rebel wrote tht. governor h message that was read before the Tkirtyvfourth legislature last week, Then* are two rtwiw for the rumor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 January 1915

«w sss The Lesson of government to war. 1 society The street car magnates of at of 75,00 H * I' Bp H'l J I , I' : I ^;-l I $ i n I I M sii teast fifty cities tetiea or more Aeir pleasant dream* «t long-ooo- onued graft that would he can- ned (ft rough at the expense of the strap-banging multitude for gen- 'ration* to come. The dissipation of the magnate's hope for long-continued plunder wan comrtd the introduction into their twain cells of j word they bad not heard of. a word that was torn in the vernacular of the «weet - JITNEY. What in jitney f A jitney is just tn ordinary automobile whether it * a $000 Ford or a *2000 tourhg ■wr on which there is plaoed a reading "To the Heighta, 5 •sent*," "To the City Limits, 5 •cut*," etc. This car draws op at Jin big cornel* where traffic ia « ,one.g*tod—and who would not y ke an automobile ride for lic.klet - • The result of it. in tliat the stm< •bi* company of Houston, whic na proven the Darwinian tboory :>y causing tin arms of tblr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 January 1915

8*? r *jV ; fiM^USEbj ' ' ' '*■ ••••*";'' -'• • r .. - • .. • &$$$& Vf"**;, V*t V .7 FrotB HaHettfriUe New Era, A bill has been introduced in 1,9th houaea of the state legislature, the effect of which is intended to be that no farm renter -who fur. Jshea teams, tools, etc., should b?- rt quired to pay a higher rent than one-third of the ralue of the grain and one-fourth of the value of the cotton, while renters who are furn- ished teams, toola. feed etc., by rfu> landlord shall not be required to pay more tha one-half. No criminal penalty is attached to the matter. The proceedings would be civil. In short, it makes null and void any and all rental contracts or agreements where more than the legal rental is ex- acted, no landlord's lien of what over kind Attaching to crops, tools, « hc. of the tenant in that case. As it is an administration mens ure, fathered by both pro and anti leaders in house and senate, then- iippears to be no doubt that it will pass. Of course there ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 30 January 1915

State Office ®!s« ' 3* -.I •' Jf-? ■iti t *. Nil •' ft. ~r i Sr !'*$j •}'. TSfi (1' nk' ' • S ■ I i! rr >. Hi j. If &}■ ; jt !; jp i h■>. $, (« i 4 I : II !ii fe,n !• I ' I 4 f I I f J T. A. Hickey, State Sec., Halle ttsville, Tex. To Local and County Secretaries. SOCIALIST OFFICIALS The national office ig compiling the natneii, addresses, occupa tionii etc. of ail Socialist* elected to public office. We have been asked to get up such a list for Texas. Will you therefore make it your immediate business to give in- formation contained in the following blank. The total information will be published: Name of official . sj : V ■■ Wi- s-.1. _ _ M Address ._ How long member of paiij| - Occupation _ i % Nature of office — -— Prec; ft No, „ in County. Newly fleeted or re-elected ..... precinct in 1912 — Socialist vote in In 1914 Ballot# go forward by this mail ou Referendum A. 1915 to local mill county secretaries in unorganized districts and to con. gressional secretaries in orga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 February 1915

mm •itiff#*'- ... . - .. . .. . gif I ' v .V. . f . | - 4^- . ; C-vj* — .. _ • REBEL ~ 50c year T.A.HICKBT, Hditer an<| Owner 50c per y?ar, rluhs «>' tour or wore (40 week*) 25c i- 1' V If thin Number in opp*wit* In Clsbs of lour or more your name your suhwrip 186 lion expire# neat ispne •'■-"vr -r, . .. ___ 1L. Entered u wcood-eUM utter July 1, 1911, at the poatoffice at HalletU- ▼iUa, Tex., tinder act of Mat. S, 1878. mm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915. HALLETTSVILLE, 1TCTT I ■m • <1 The Rebel would like to kuow why we have war taxes and war prices in the United states at thin moment when we art; at peace with all the world? I What is the reason that sugar is Far cheaper in war-stricken England. France and Germany than it is adjoining the hi* and can? fields of America 1 ■ f-3-. fjfPfyZg, < r ' t In Hallettsville, our town, almost within rifle shot of the cane, fields, i-ngar is selling at 9 eenta per pound, while in England thj same qimlity is selling at six cents. A four ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 February 1915

V ' •' % ;■ ' '■ ' The Case of Com- rade Goode. II i§ | Hi f i HI if If i (J if | r H b'l i i The Rebel h it recdpt of tha following rrraarjtafile Soman do- • Mjim-nt from (w rad< Jaibe* Brown "Goode, of IhffliS loeal, Socialist party, wfcfch re- feiU • miMTatile state of iffairs existing in the biggeat ei N-/tJf hi the Htatc (Vimrade Goode hps bepn in the fnfnt ranks of the mem ployed mov 'iitcnt in Dating where ten thooaand men arc job- -losi. He is now under indictment by the Federal graad jury for vriting a letter to the m^ror that wjui construed an not raailaWe. '/Oinrade Goode 4s letter which will i*l of immense interest to our waders will, after, being read bv •.bn Socialist* of the state, un ioubtedly bring U liim sympathy and support thai lie needs in his hour of trial. Hew it is: Jt m • : • ' > •' (H)'7 Co marred Htr ot, Dallas, T eaa*, January 27th, 1915. Jear Comrade Hickey:— I believe yoa know how bard I have trie I to work for Mo<ialisni You know hnt I have or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 February 1915

v t-:.. 4b ' ' C * .-v « SI -■ i ' m:- * JL. / The Cotton Poolc«sju.vr Gold Brick." . Ret ' i Bometitn,* -Urvm- r >' iWy Iwreil and his soul is seized * !V 4tiiat tire(l fwling when some , t j objector to our - philosoohv <ti -x injy^ tt^iv 80n,t> ?f 0,,r out> "Socialism will produce con- (■ iKlt'.m that„ th? Demoeratic im- fftseatiou. '* tional administration that almost | Oar critics overlook the faci went** the rocks t the November that the history of^ietv is election, only saved itself by put- history of confiseation When all •""d8 M - 8"im il • "*—■ <> stuss player on the East Side 01 New York ashamed q£ himself. With a flourish trumpets. Me Adoo, the president's son-in-law. secretary of the treasury, presid- ent Wilson himself and all the powers-that-be in the national government announced when the Henry bill was up in congress that there was no necessity for the va- lorization of cotton, although it is the best security in the world, and mas artificially hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 6 February 1915

Ifsfe mm I Ipr !"• f i t M? . GF 1 f I i i ■ * « tF' 1 R-; . & • I i\„ | -fit -4 r J' ' M | ■ ' v Call For Nominations. rff; f For an Early Campaign. Inasmuch as the constitution does not specify just when nominat'ons for political candidates may be called for, and sinec the recent Socialist conference at Waco, as well a« many locals have recommended the idea, we have decided to eail for nominations for state office NOW. We feel that in doing so we can keep thousands of potential Socialists out of the old party primary trap by getting them iatereated •" our campaign at once. Local* and memh-rs-at-large will accordingly fill out tlie blanks below and will be sure to see to it that they are mailed direct to tin* office properly and'plainly addressed. IT you have any doubt that your nomination* will not be received by thia office send by REGISTERED MAIL. By so doing you will save all concerned much trouble. Remember that nominations close February 20, allowing plenty of time. Fifte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 February 1915

■RilM •'frKftV'i'fe- urn .—..„.i..._,,...'; ;• -"Sp-gr * .' • "/•■ •;" • ■/••?■•.: .... •• ft -— ' ... . ."'T' ■!-;■:-■■ ■■ _11., - .. ,.... ■HlHiM $1 NHS The article under the above foreign land the price came down Md fcten from Thr Rebel „J and Uh, C6"'"h' m °f "y ,rh' bolft' !to -MchiM paid one caused more discus half price that her sister in U. S. A. paid for it Knots of men have sat around the square discussing this article dur- •\0t$ P®8* «*e«l days and seek ing to answer the various questions :M gftjwere asked in the article. Mr. Hickey was interrogated by sever- al of our Best citizens as to th* answers, he refused to reply and contended himself by saying, "I 'iwt, where it was ° Is this benevolence to the Eng- % because one of the Singer girl* warned a no-account viscount of English birth and poured millions of American money into his bank- fet i'<'SSKf of the i rupt coffers. Not at aU! The cost The man who of the Singer Sewing Machine af- L Wttl -hat • , ter allowing fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 February 1915

W$S-> -MM ' rwr*T m £$SSS Of JO,000,000 ; already made possible •eras of this reclaimed desert land got crop return* of W per The avenge cost of the water ri|. M0 an aer«v with twenty year* wi •at interest, to pay It. y "On this desert land, where once jMkrabbit found precarious living, _ #«ttllon families will won find "Mqwft /jnd prosperity." niDthftrd rftc&mmtndtd eo-oMf- , , . - ^|WWWw_, gpro *" ■ • « wnvw^MPM^jB w w^a YtUs among farmari M the beat wa^ to assist tba governments work. One project In Idaho baa eighteen ei ative organteattona Of fanners buy electricity of |bo government at the rate of 18c pet kilowatt hour and their home# and barn« are llfh boatod with it" bo Mid. fust think of land, * 125 an acre per annum on « jack rabbit oonld icaroelly before co-operation entered the desert. Think of houses and barns lighted and heated and farm ma- w chinery propelled at the rate of ®" half a cent a killowatt hour whilj the citizens of Houston pay nine cents per killowat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 February 1915

lord lb m and Revolution. W« published recently in The the first of * series of ar m the land lituation frovu m pen of Mr. C. W. Holman, itormarty editor of Farm and and now attached to the " ' * relations commission as . field agent. These articles arc ^ «.Scripps Mc Ray papers and roaches millions daily. Be- low is the second artiele. the third will appear in The fiebel in thy appear fntwe. HOW THEY LIVE AND HOW THEY WORK. Typical children, and typical ...Jums */ o tenant cotton grower in the *>uth. Aha the famous "bull tongue" flow, a primitive imple- went which is held largely to blame for poor yields. The tenants can afford no better. "I ain't got any hope; an' T don't see no use a-tryin'. After the landlord gits his rent "the ;1 banker nigh bust yer — an' the merchant, he takes the rest." He was still a young man who ' spoke, and I sat on the porch of hig rented home while he told of the situation in the southwest as he saw it To get to this-man's farm, I had driven three m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 13 February 1915

Oklaho na Not b. 1 IS 1 .1 I i w (H. bay your M. Sinclair, State Secretary, Oklahoma fNty, Okln.) ■ Vj-' \ Mambmhlp Cu,^. Latter* from comrade* over th,! state indicate that there will be un usual propaganda activity this spring aad kimraer. Locals everywhere aH planning for encampments and special meetings Nearly every local seems to have planned some sort of work to help advance the cause of Socialism Local Oklahoma City has Just been making a special membership cam palgu with fine results. At the moot ing of Jan. 24, eight red cards were issued and applications received from fourteen others who have discovered their class Interests. Oklahoma City , comrades have also nomiated a full city ticket for the spring municipal election and will make a spirited cam- paign- Comrade Kowland, secretary of Lo- cal Durant writes that the comrades of that eity have also nominated a full ticket and are ready to give the Dem ocrata of "Our Bob's" town a genu ine race for the political control of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 February 1915

' • ' • ••'' ■ ■ < •*.•-" >v J' , ;; ' •; • j - w-J ,,, ... ; ;.,p t% / •■m. affi- ■■■ . --s^r 77-7 REBEL « THE In Dubs 91 tour or more - 40 weeks, 25c each. % ,.. :;S - •7' TH1 OftEAT A?F£A OREAt S#i Entered u eeeond elaaa natter July 1, 1911, at the portoffiee at Halletta- ille,Tex., ondex act of Mar. a, 1878. so Of 0MLY aaoAon wi m on oum noon — lb? us oiii ! , T.A.HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25c. ■/ _ ■ 7~ I f this Number is opposite - 0- your name your subscrip- loo tion expires next tame SSiSH hallett8ville, texas, saturday, february 20, 1915. No. ia7 boycott associa ted press. - TKe Rebel would like to know why the middle class of the United State* which is being pinched harder than at any time since ;t a rote aa a class ovef one hundred years ago, does not make a louder protest against the economic conditions that fate them and presage bankruptcy! ■> ft may be because they are the skirmish line. the marines, the tap pern a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 February 1915

11111 le Case. I I l I .(fly E. R. Meitten.) Having just returned from a xrip to Dallas, the m (mm of which waa to aee what tjould be done to aid our Jamee B. Uoode, in hit court cane, 1 would like to bring <ome facts in connection with the jase to the attention of the read- ers of The Rebel ' The fin* this* I found that sur- prised me, was that certain "lead tng" local comrades couldn't see that it waa the duty not only of •♦very Socialist, but every right- thinking man whose heart beats 'or the unfortunate workers to iid in every possible manner a jomrade who in his own way had ried to stir the fossilized power 'Jhat-be into doing something for '.he 15,000 unemployed workers tnd their families in Dallas. Not nly had h« TK1ED to stir them, out he had suoceeded most marvel- >ualv, for no sooner wa« his letter published than the City Officials tnd tlie Big Rich of Dallas got bu- ly with relief projects. Below is published in its entire- ly the letter that Mr. Goods wrote to the...

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