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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 February 1915

illH rr.~' •«JT ' : PI ' '*• :" Pr ., ^ V i v£: ■ r-srzcT'.v1 - V-T > MA'', •«-Igft.M'i1 *l"r< ■ «/' ■'**><■ ''** * > ,*' >'■ .■••„ . -• A . ..... -V-.w. 1 .1 Editor Briggs Explains. fcflM It wiO be remembered 4hat last May th« state office of the Social- * party wit ehrven letter*. to the eleven largest dailies of Texas, containing the new state platform o* the Social** party, the letter of acceptance of it a candidate for gwnor his photograph and bio- graphical sketch and a persona) typewritten tetter requesting in the moat courteous manner pub- U cation of thia extremely i mport- ant news. That thia waa a piece of news that should be apeedity grabbed by any unmuxzled editor goes without saying, because it sarried the story of the can didate for governor in the party that waa second in the previous election; and, as the result showed, was the only party that was in the race against tiie Democratic party in the 1914 election, when afta u for the sec- ond time the ...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 February 1915

iMM ;NS PM MS -m Ms&. ■ . •««?. v m mm State Office Notes. "\ ' II I M If I II 1 It ■ ■P ■ u. I :4- li \i ' I?, i if s I ii. ( I | | l-^r 1 i ; T. A. BICKEY, State See. liHlletteville, Texas. : CMl I CLARK DATES. TIME EXTENDED. . To Local Secretaries: Owing to the fact that there has been a several days de- lay in sending out the notifica- tions to perhaps thirty locals, the time for making nominations for state political candidates is here- by extended to the third day of March, 1915. Nominations must be in the futndg of the state secretary by that date. Yours Fraternally, T. A. Hickey, State See. S. P. After speaking in South and Southeast Texas Stanley J. Clark will fill dates in North Texas un- der auspices of The Rebel Lecture Bureau as follows: Cameron,Monday, Feb. 22, Paul Pierce, Co. Sec. Walnut Springs, Miss Linnie Trimble, Sec., Thursday, Feb 25. Wolfe City, W. H. Whitlow, Sec., Friday, Feb. 26 Sherman, Saturday, Feb. 27, C. F. Duncan, Co Sec. Bowie, Sunday, Feb. 28, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 February 1915

•\ ''•' WrM sagffgBbr: H SEpPi «£ #>& MS' ■ y^- / 1ISS •• . ■ ■•■ i THE REBEL Si .. 50c la Clubs of towt or more - 41 weeks* 25c etch. m- -v %i ;f >:-■ 4&m eV OH 001 - LIT Of /■ T.A.H1CKEY, Editor and Owner 50e per year; dubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25c. If this Number is opposite your name your !rah*cri| tion expire* next issue 189 ▼in*, tUr Julj 1, it HalUtU- ast <d Mm. I, lWi. HALLKTT8VILLR, TWXd SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27,. 1915. AP'O. 188 V:t'c «T TOM HIGKEY." Mt. Bnhinsrm, managing editor of tie Wmo Timea- ; afternoon paper published in Central Texas, and is generally known as the greatest disciple of Tom Jetttmm in i Democratic party in the South today, has been much perturbed more than a year over the land plank of hia ndfhhnr from V*m- \-m •• 53?..- \ • An evidence of this perturbation ia seen in the following edit- 1 that he wrote for hia paper lact weak and waa reproduced on editorial page of the Houston Poet of February 23. He says: : } > T ; /-■s - i'i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 February 1915

... I - mms. ! i t I ! 1 I I I r' ♦ I (I I II \ I I I i r y """ Land Questions Answered. "1 The Rebel is in receipt of a Urge number of questions relative <o the land situation in Texas. We have held them up for three weeks so that we could ancirer them all en bloc: A. L., Amanita, To*. — How many tenant farmers move everj • t • - Answer:— Th«, number in increasing each year. For the pan! five yearsjfhey average about 60 per cent. • • • R M. B., Young Co.: — How many tenants in Texas pay **aah rent! A.:— Census return8 >how that leas than 8 per eent. pay cash frit the exact number being 17,549. • • • J K. ft. Dallas Co.:— Are you not in error when you speak of there I eing 230,00 land tenants in the state, as the census figure* «how that there are 219,575 tenant farmers, r. A'|7* ' r(,JfP*etfally suggest to you not to be a smart Aleck. know what the <*nsus figures are, but what yon do not know is that 'here are 28,32.1 farm land owners who are classed as owners because 'hey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 February 1915

'•' "-^' •'• •." • i, "- • •; V'j^f !•* • :''. ':'.' . .' ;.' .-.'!'• : •" . " -; \ • gUSiiifiS^,.: yf v> ' . ■■'■" . a. *;' . *T#«sks m35fe.- Notes. Land League. ' v .7. '; , . '.'• -' ..•' ■ ■■'' - ' ^SSi •. iSfe _ I sias I MB . *SVvV, - To the ., . ... lt:- . — " ~ T, A. HICKEY, State Sec. llalletteviile, Texas. ""T" —— • - ■ — - - - _«. 0/ the 16th Dist. Membership Gain. Tex.,. Feb. 15. According to the financial (jme for orga- port of tin- National Office pub- The Democratic lished in the American Social- administration has been a dismal ist of February 20, the national ure so far as .the common peo dues from the Socialist partv of pie are concerned. It is very com- Texas for January was larger mon to bear men that are promi- than in November and increased nent Democrats «ay: "1 will ne- over 100 per cent, over the Decem- vir vote the Democratic ticket ber dues. are becoming mow This is the time for everybody and wore disgusted with old party to get in line and give the retr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 February 1915

WMW\ 'ji. ^ -"ri.^.3, • - '''.--•^;:"V''-' " ' ■■'Mm %itiMr WMmM gaa&r -.-: :Ji£fc; isrit? ;4.'U- y.,t 'r- {* ' h ff'il I i fl I ■ I I ! . \ I fifj I IT ■li OKLAHOMA (H. M. iucl*lr. Ht*k> BMr«t*ry, Oklahoma City, Okla.) nf- DEPAR1MENT. wjg^ __ !: ' "Are you h Socialist!" was asked her. "Oh, ye*," *be 'answered quickly, "because it the only .. ■ way oat of the muddle humanity is in at the preeent time.'*- « THE OKLAHOMA LfCGISLA- ; thoroughly frightened Democratic "To see and hear comrade Kell- \VRE. ~~~rj politicians. that something ranat be er jg &t 0nce a reproach and inapir- idone to stop the growth of Social- ation," said one of the comrade* iara, there was introduced by the w^o heard her. Her aceomplish- Democrafa, and pawed by all par- ment reproach ua who are ao well ties a bill styled the "Home Own-. endowed and who can do so much ership Bill." The bill provides for toward changing a system that the uae of State Educational In-! condems so many workers toward tpRE...

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

•u* . T.A.HICK EY, Editor and Owner REBEL - 50c 50c p«|> year clubs of four or mora (40 week*) 26c, If this Number is opposite your name your suhscrip- rour ni ion tion r«xpiw next issue TO Ul OVLT OX OUX natter July 1, the poetoffice at HalleMa- U ALL STTSVILLS, TEXAS, SATURDAY' NAHM 6, 1915. m — From the "Fat Buzzard." mx SRI?? "Jeff" Lewis, the fat buzzard of the Farmers Union, pukes the following in an attack upon wo- man's suffrage: ''We are opposed to the equal rights of woman — we want her ever to remain our superior," The Rebel would like to know what the red-haired girl who writes the Buusard'a stuff, thought of this statement, when she re- membered the good white women of Texas who are exploited in steam laundries for twelve hours a day alongside of negro women in Beaumont, Palestine, Dallas and Other cities, or the women in the cotton mills who can not get the benefit of the 54-hour law hecanse the Farmers Union and Commer- cial Secretaries vultures have blocked every ...

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

>T", PUf at IIAXTHAUSES OF TJOUSfOW. it ; 5 II m - ' I B ■ I fi. I B i Jl4ves| in Houslon a VltWlaiul Who Elected Fer- T guson? Like •Bantpm',, ghyi.t tiu« qu«£ ,tjWL.£ f who' put tip flic fhM« to ft«ct .HmJhVrjfHHoii willaiot down, 411< > r*wiy: JJfcneml booney h« fi led.. jBBWpWP .■petition iu the ou«rt« (Ufiiumdiiig I ^>n ■ °r''H"^ "ttmlar info ♦KWOOfl imunlty - mt ntaltf uiv against the Ti'*aa bivww-i^ J... ..MM for corrupting our election* Ivw. tru" pWSSfpU ftccord LAND PETITION. mn nt th,, J ■ % l"'tition arc almost WWi'liii.,1 ivIiojm' Tirei "^-5®«W Afifchgtj whose second nacr>4' if Hvtthajnen and whose ia*|$nam« wjlk fir |'Delink" au<i_wh<; tje Houston I the continuesjto flow in, The mm petition will be pre- rotr/j to the senate torn,natter on |t*rmKttfwtion«f aiwndrnents hv W. J «''i ' "I .. i1. \ One of tHfr document), in !"!;v'('j1,'lat }H J" M>'<. 'ia* hat! the jytjtion ia-a.. private ■ letter 1J J Oflpnjjt the spwch Umerini oi ■oiiu'mwto tmnrn...

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

wmg 7 -7 W p aBk;*.-.. V 3BS -*-4- 'V.'iS" • i: rj,f ___j vi.ViVfWtfi'i A **1. / State Office Notes. T. A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hailettsville, Texas. Front lk<- Third Con<jrtssu>,uil ,\ . Organisation*. P**tnct- ' Smith county (re-organized), J. Murchisdn, Tex., Feb. 27 1915. ( '£??*** 7' Tyter Teat To the Socialists of tin- 3rd ^ngwttiotial district: J«. Cong. District, composed of the . 'Jt*w'8' Murehison, Texas. dis- coimtieo of Henderson. Kaufman,*1*1?1 secretary. Van Zandt, Smith. Wood. Upsur . Lott looal Ov«rgam/.od >, Dal- (ireggaml Rusk. r I*®8 "■ *armer, See. 1 have bmi Heted 'voifr Horn-- * .•'««««** <W ty, W. L. Sald- taiy. It is with a filing of pride lvv.1"' ,;ounl-v *« '*tary, \m Sa- that I asaumf the duties of the *?. r*" Hw^mont. first aeeivtary of; - the Socialist- congressional dia- pafty o? the 3rd Cong. Dist. At : ^rs; *v C arlton, 97. W. the wwne time I realize the respon-j *i!r-v 'v"4t-' Defltdh, Tex. aihithy w'hieh rests on me, j will' Koerth hwal...

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

W. mm si %.•> BMMM ..i"!.. L..iHj.j|giH".!,.ui«i..wi|Jj'-j;i'. .'..jiii"iv-ii-aL"-i-.'• OKLAHOMA DEPARTJMENT. Fj IBs j I? IHhI' H| hN 1 i- rfrf Hi I-# I' i IE 5 (H. I*. MttfUit, State Seeretary, Oklahoma Igty, Ok la.) ^ SoflWiirf KUUd Another seven ilaya of UuB **- won of the legislature gone by and there i« no let up yet in the on- slaughts upon the State Treasury. The appropriation* continue to pile tip at a heretofore unheard of rate. Democratic mcmbert who have been here before «tat<i that the present appropriation bill call, for a larger ekpenditure than has yet been considered by any previous legislature. Nowhere in there a reduction. • • • The usury question comes to life every few days. An effort will be made in the near future to force consideration of this vital matter. • • • Four Socialist bills and one House resolution have been killed the past Week and one Socialist bill passed by the House. Those killed were, the usury bill; the banking bill, which provides that ...

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

pg^&Ig 85ft .^1" THE REBEL - 50c >***< in Clubs of lour or more - 40 weelcs. 25c each. T.A.HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c ptf year; club* of four or more (40 week*) 25c If tbia Number 1 opposite your name your aubserip- tion expires next issue Entered m Meend-elaM Matter July 1, 1911, at tke poetoffiee at Ballettt- TiUe, Tex., uader act of Mar. 3, 1879. TEXAS, HALLETT8VILLE SATURDAY, MARCH P REPORTER IS ASIA - - iSSm Lw v t The Rebel baa made a remark able diaeovery that we are willing to torn over to the Smithwmian Institution at Washington, D. 0, without money or without price— a discovery that reveals in the mo* con elusive form the extraor- hWs that a great American can be put to. It is more nor lew than what can happen through the fortui* of andi « giant war at we are go- ing through and just because of the importance of our discovery we will not waste words, but hast- en to tell you what it is. it in nothing more nor less than the capture of an Associated Pretas corres...

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

8te smm m mm mm ararasB •• ..' y .., 4 * ' ■ . .W. m&mimmrnmt & m MS US Mp EM* :^g , IS ■ 4 " \ gKBgjgwgpaa ssfewss gH ■■"?¥5 •7 •• ,# Within. The Enemy Wit kin has ever been anxiou* for * war because iu«h cattle fatten on wars better than any other aocial catastrophe that they food upon while on their predatory way. ... • • :, The Enemy Within ia an ancicnt enemy. He sat at the'table with Lucnllus in ancicnt Home, bnt we who have to grapple with hia prototype need to particularly concern ourselves with him as we know the beast under capitalism. It was he that suggested to Pitt in the British parliament that a uational de t was an asset to a nation. This wade a Rothschild possible and with the development of industry in- terest grew t<> such bounds that the Shylock of a Shakespeare '* brain took on the jiheament* of a Texas courthouse usurer. Accordingly the volume of interest growj, and swells until the Enemy Within ia able to levy tribute wherever the keels of the sh...

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

Vvl '}#, -2* mwMit : <•!■;<'-yU:■;-'**■>■■'• a---l-, I . State Office Notes. % A. 8ICIEY, State Sec. Hallettaville, Texas. ■ ^ Explains itself. The following letter-sent to this office by Comrade BfeLertiy ex- plains itself: THE SOCIALIST PARTY NATIONAL OPPICK. Chicago, HI., Jan. 30, 1015. Tobe McLeroy, Grmndview, Tex. I>enr Comrade MeLeroy:— . Replying to your receut letter will say that 1 tun not in n position to en atfliftsUy the card aigned by .1, B. Bartlett. The couirtoka iii Texas undoubtedly know tlie situation there better than thin office inn know. t Yruir* Fraternally1, ,<Valter Lanfer*ieckt Executive Hecretarr. With refereuec to tin- above it may said that only three locals -— San Antonio, Waco uiul Thalia went on record as favoring a new election of party officers in res- ponse to our "Showdown" propo sition and two of these locals ex- pressly stated that they were sa- Fhe militants are keeping quite brtaj- in Denison ami have put out a city ticket with a...

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

MMX0m .S. nu«~ War J/; «• ~ ' ■ . .'■ ~X': ^^,?;U^-V>.>',-.. i*.: ■ ■ - .< ,' '■;, ■ <■« *&: Wf' fm mm m :s5! mm V. i MEr^iSsGBBi :;-J BR npi OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT. (Bv It. < rady Milncr, M<Alwrtor, Oklahoma.) ,Sf COMMENTS UN THINGS DO- ING IN OKLAHOMA. Fnrm Organizations in Oklahoma. The need of a real live fighting organisation has been keenly felt by the farmer* of Oklahoma, aa ia evidenced by the various sporadic organisations which have recently sprang up over the state. The pio- neer in the field waa the borrow- ers' protective league, which two yean ago had nearly 7,000 mem- bers, and for a time waa of great benefit to the victims of uonrious interest As a result of its activi- ties the banks of Lincoln and Pot- towatomie counties were compel* led to come through with thous- ands of dollars of usurious inter- est ' In Atoka county last fall there waa organised at Harmony, But- ler,Lane and Bentley •choolhouae* an organisation for fighting us- ury, and for ...

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

i ■ 1 1 • ,1 mm -v * *1 r * % . ;g.'*^^SI f.-^ra •>'■-' .'CIS? <;;V I.® THE REBEL - •''' "'■ •>;:!''' ■ * a' ' «' 4.- '• ., -' • MM 50c a year. In Clubs of lour or more - 40 Weeks, 25c each. ••^fm .:* ' (i v>.- f "'« " r 'Mi # .ft Hfe- WW Eatorad M Meond-elaat matter July 1, 1911, at the poatottie* a* HaliatU- vilU, Tax, aader act of Mar. >, 1879. '•-WjIKI W^llF •V'4^ • -If® •':• .;r™ — ■ ' ■% I II / ■'*. T*A.HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c p^r year; clubs of four or more (40 weeks) 25e. If this Number in opposite ^ your name your suhecrip- 1921 tion expire next issue \ mm UALISTTSVILLS, TEXAS, ■ SATURDAY, MAHCH JO. 1915. ' ' j / I THAT Q1QANTIC BOMB PLOT {Bit Kugtue V. Dtbs.) The press dispatches carry full reports of (he latest bomb pioi frustration in New York, and I am wondering if the people in Gotham are as proud as they ought to be of their justly cele- brated police and detective de- partment But for the lynx-eyed vigilance of the sleuths, St Patrick's proud cath...

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

af ■ The Enemy Within. ; "Religious" Machines. v \ church cf bit fathers never to return! Why did Arehbiah^) Corrigan, of the diocese of New York, 'men ;to del'ver a aeries of aemooi against the Socialist movement from the massive pulpit of thefar-famed St. Patrick'a cathedralT The bene of his theme f« that not only "servants should obey their master*", be satisfied with the position in which God had thus drew from a Socialist editor the RR 0 L Q Q U K. n the aavitotl day of Golfer, 1865, in St. Anne's Ct Mute street on thiTttdftfi aide of the Mver Liffey in Dublin, hw and;lW*rA.'fftc*«v waa united ■atriwwy to Mi% Bridget Mitchell. Four yean later m January 14, 1869 — the editor of thia gnat religions weekly was born lis fond Mother had him christened Thomaa Aloyliu/StL lloygigt baimr tfcs .mrtrou saint of purity in the* Oatholm'etmreh, and history shows that both father and son have been politically pore Jul the warn that "Both straggled for the freedom of the land against t£e ru'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 March 1915

!> r ; ~ ..i - V • / • ■ . f HH . • '?•-;•■ •- • , ••;.; 4. ■ . # V ■ ■: \:m>W m State Office Notes. mm: ■ %Esm 4 T' A. HICKEY, State Sec. Hallettaville, Texas. PLANT THAT rw or noTe fllfitTOf LOCAL AND ■ OTHER LOCALS HAVE tf&NE r>0 IT MOW. lltfST THE THING W RAf^E FUNDS THESE HARD TIMES. , "4 ' # ' ' ••* _ Jack Britt Gearity writes from Paris, Fraftce, that he has gone to Europe to aee the war at first hand, bo that hf can return and describe the situation to the Am- erican Socialist#. He is a red-card member for 15 years and deairea <lates at Socialist encampments in Texas and Oklahoma. • • • Flowers in the Thirteenth, W. T. Flowers writes: I am now located at Wellington, Texas, and am open for dates in the Pan- handle. I will begin next week in Hall county, and later will open for dates for encampments. Send me charter applications at once for organization of locals. "Am hating my "Open Letter to Cotton Producers" published in pamphlet form. Tell the comrades to s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 20 March 1915

"7~- ; W. " W- ■'.■■■ / r--?■ '■ ' ' Hfsw ■ -M-;..- mm- ' ' ~ ■ ■ ■ ■ - . ■- . - ^ • : *■ • mM wHHL—* " • ~t- ■ :''•■■ %'\'W4&*-:Z5? ''Y'> i-x-'j.-; m ■ ■ L'l: • *•' V''' . k-4; \VCy ^''^''" v'^v-f ) ' '^rv'~s ' } v -•, g • •/,i..'"v££ui"v'?%'.J" ■ .>• #v i ■.. OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT. (H. M. Sinclair, Stat* Bee., Oklahoma «Ky, Okla.) 'Mm ttufman's Dotes. > "*■; •■■-•'■:■- • Comrade Zimmerman will lean- Oklahoma after about the middle o£ March for some two months work in ftaw Mexico and Texas. Ilia Texaa dates are aa follows: Childress, Mar. 12; Carey,* Mar. 13; Headljr, Mar. 14-15; Dal hart, Mar. 16. From March 17 to Mar. 29, Comrade Zimmerman will work in Union county, New Mex- ico, under the direction of connty Secretary J. C. Thompson. • • • Comrade John A. Currie has been holding a series of meetings at Lave roe and May. He reports increasing interest in the move- ment everywhere. He began a series of meetings at Buffalo on Mar. 8. Local desiring dates should write him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 March 1915

•' ' ; jEHit ;, ": s.iJr .' 'l! " .. f $$ps V . ■•" -(•;!'■, v.; T .A. HICK BY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; ctatw of fcnr or more (40 week*) 2le. If this Number is opposite 4 Aft your name yonr fnbscrjp- 193 tion expires next" fS'il-i H AJLLETT8VILLM, TBIA8. SATURDAY, MARCH prohibition movement m 1H ®i. ;\v*% §13 It is a .1898 when Jerome ited out by the Test Texas county tatchett, who was Hugo', famous coming of the humble way notify lite way to Texas. I Socialist movement that in ' was elected governor and that ONE MAN in a name of Charles H. itial nominee. Like j o notifie<l Paris of the one Texas Socialist in his ftty world movement was on 'Y*r, I - % vt' ■- 4 '■* i . i> ■ W' — ' (it was in the fall of v to stand alone of Woodstock . era for the 1900 „ Terrc Haute, Ind. He Democratic party in that -Srtm when the Votes ware oay of the;furst year of the ti and threes and fives aa permanent organization vdioam if BrlBW* *1 . ... . big man who had learn- eamc to Texas, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 27 March 1915

t ■ ' v;:v I$i§S ; ~ m r? %% ■ .:• !''• "Pl0i w- * flemes of the land revolution acroa, the line may catch the eyes {the land stoves here, end need we wonder if they act as in Mexico who ait in the aeata of the mighty do not pam legislation that tentary? Tour rural credits proposition is impi are re- I a for two reasons. First, rnrai credits where s million ^merged, cannot he handled sueeessfnlly by a state. It tint financial power of the nation to put through pot through ae yon propose H would result in enormously in- leasing the prioe el land and the last condition of the Undies, would worse than the first, "Of course governor I do not hope to convert you here and ow to mar views on the land question, bat It certainly appears you ould look at this matter from a standpoint of political expediency. jh the unprecedented agitation of the people back t this petition, the politicians over the state are everywhere seeking find a way to break in on thif land,movement. Already Cullen homa*...

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