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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 June 1915

- v- Si mm «! mgm® m&:m i® ISsH M«"i? ordered and noon SS&wB' write *J 25 iff ^ ^ of 11 ve just men of *Ud tioBed, that there is stiff anothf- greater than them all, and that John D, Rockei^^&d th„ refer me for troth to his preach- ► eaves. W'\' the liars of aueicnt ' YfflatJfpaemher the Associated who was et] became i;__ hy. 1mb *wr u w w w jmvmw* S 2.JWPrt®*n the,BiWc clam inlthe u7 IS ®S avenue Baptist church. We >ng and wiuit „,le John & and h holy of real •*•• v man' that . rule John D; and his father ont, because with all wonderful lying ability thejjTjjb not commence to compare their understrappers of the „a how oould Rockeft with those hi hues b* _ specialize in the art. Now good people, what am I to BkWH r the chami doubtful M* of milTI aw "the Ka.*r int, "2000 iwmmnncing this IWticle confound fmqgiag' maif vhas*t bW in to me and I find a let- ter from F. A. Hernandez, post- £ex., May 26, 1815,T p. m." He encloses a dip from the Nfcon News, ., i««d in the...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 5 June 1915

Slg^^al •■•■ V:^'•.'•• ''/-V 'V''"!.. ■■■■■gn LJl< PpMPW • felted i.yUM illS Jfc^V-4 vv':^W;fS FPflWWvlf JPwt'jM w.fflB laid'iiw'maJ) iijffvn IIIT iiAiffinffiri smDpo|H||mw m$i iflUS I hi I ■ ■■ aw ; ,-■ ;.'• W:$W IfewS M . 0UV._. ed the service ol Comrade Le- Bueur because he has a profound knowledge of the Socialist move- ment, not only from the farmer t, but became he is a nt orator u wdl i , - f-v;^'' ;-■-■/• ,.■;'■■• a ;■ All comradei desiring the serv- ices of W. S. Noble for the next fourteen. Sdays are advised that he has gone to Indiana to assist in the settlement of his unele's estate. a?-' m lUikdl, w 5. e, d ,. Goi^SattliS^^^^ Fisher county, plaoiprtweeC August 4. Specific dates announced next melt,„ closing up of other contracts. w'&5 • a a ■ We understand our candidute fori Tex., writes for by-laws and con leutenant governor has been left a|stitution and instructions on how legacy and we are sure that, to organise a local of the Social W, 1 ^nettfW^'g ^ 'stunCrh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 June 1915

mmsmmms rhm Sffi BHI H ^ag THE V?ra<; TJLHIGXBY, «* Pir (40 If t£i« jour name yaw tion fipiree n*xt i .r.:-> . , la etabs 4 4 more 25*^3^ fur 1. nSH > ' -. y '■*/•'• js'Ji ■■ v ", • ; V ■.--(gpwa*- • • .•.. •■ ; ; f tULLETTSVlLLM, TSXAS, SATURDAY, WE 12, 1915. No. 90S I Rebel is vaxnot * know how many people fOTHBE CHIEFS are aware ol the fact that the Dallas 1 COMPANY. mmm fed** in the waof *11^50 "The MbRteMe «f the libelow charge. may be u) illl BUI n«% JuL. t'',"' " • I. T ' OIL itorial efaaira and News." ;'^l. costs in a libel «ait brought against then bf & I boded 4ew and Stated «a CeUowia thm the « i ™ A«M m Qtwnville, T«l, Mwlr *. ,h.nw wlMlh. Mono; (.Moil „( sSri* day. ago.and the jor, hu"S ,OT ' """ it the heheat ami in faot aa the tool of the compete the queetion of-whefter the dany** Ml he for wt of the Magnolia :Oo.|>any, he<j filed ft,. wit. to f.W,0W or a lower amount destroy the Magnolia company so that the* coupe- *£$ The reason we*re wondering hp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 June 1915

■ ' - £atstMemWi8&SsfflPt}; Mgi M^«^(.wtMuUoai. .k.«# I'" "V ■.;■■: 3i- ill ; '■•;■'?•- - i. B •hip and driven and now known !« rf thou- pL lpll®ss Mi WH^S «< f. • $sm^m* wmmmm Mr • ;- wwv ,"i:ri iy^ «# safe >, ...'.i. .1- liBR 111111 ■Kip §r mnn "-TV. - BBSS I j t- II T# N ■> t f I Hi Gate Galveston to Already we congratulations from our veterans who have atood with ua from Number One. A great many papers are "bom. with a mission," and die a-born' ing. Not so with The BebeL Wo had a mission, you might call it a vision of a land in which no landlord dwelt, and in which each rupt corporation Austin has seen in years. We have excoriated the antis, pilloried Jno. H. Kirby gg the one prime fraud of the South, and to top it off and give good measure we have placed the Hon. James E. Ferguson so thoroughly to the limelight a* an Eighty-Percent, usurer and a de eeimjr of the people via the land ■§ I ■ S^k foke that he Will be -the man would live on his own land first one-term g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 June 1915

• Si . . t*#K. JK HI •m Blank sub card from ^ox.,OkUu. " ' week. Whose i* ill ,,,. ,1a,;. unlaw ,,j ^Wheeler, Gregg Co, ia another three year man. Comwde W. A. Davis, Qa., com- es again for a bundle of Rebelt to "spread the gospel tiding* " • • • Comrade J. W. Jacobs, Mo., comes to ace us again with a club and word* of pleasure for the "bunch." • • • Comrade W. W. Preslar cornea all ti e way from Georga to put hi# nairte in the pot for the "Great Religion* "Weekly." " \ • • • Take this fifty ceuta and re- new me quick. Let The Rebel keep coming, for I can't do without it," ia the way Comrade C. C. Krown "arrives". • • • CoWade 3. A. Allen, -Harde- man county, sends in another bunch of five long horn* and makes inquiry abaut missing pa • • • < omrade C. R. Long and his good wife, Grimes county, send in j their usual club, but have not time to write: "a* we are getting our Local in shape today." Enclosed find $2.00 for whi«h I send me eight sub cards. RUSH [them, at once as Monday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 June 1915

WW t V". f PI®! State Office Notes ■ .'V /r.(- T. A. HIOKBY, state Sea HallettariUe, Texas. ~@IS MPe® v - ,• . ^faia'gSBy •■ iirir* rtc^r *o* me. The referendum for selection utkrators bargains. ■ /AT jprovwent CUT. I ill 1 Si fit '. V ! TaAe* a Kacatton and a Hid*. The state secretary is taking a vacation thin week. For the first tine <*noe taking office Jan. 1, Itfli he in way for more fo -4*fr eonseeutive days from !his desk. To be thoroughly accurate this ia the first vacation he haa had in ten years. Come Send Mrs. Mcrts or go your- self to Kopperl care Troy Deaaon, to debate June 7, 8, 9. Am detained here. Be Mirp to do th «. W. S. Noble. Mrs. Merta' date; being all fil- to take on our Bncattpnwni Team No. 1.1 Attorney fi neml ■ The two speakers on thia you can hardly call it a vacation, because he went * a** - < surff* team are T. A. Hickey, state •^{Comptroller: . B. Meitzen, candi- Ville «W W _ „ Mr-, .CVVJLMw Kopperl, to remove tho hide from °° eon • Donk landlord pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 June 1915

m % m m I. i^SurSs;;, • 'i ' ; $b>' .;VAfl¥£ solte 9 _ w ' * .V : ,/• -\ r * !#■ '.yi; I THE REBE L fi£40 BY 100,0000 A&NJAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Organ Land League of Aneriec. 50e per year. In ciube of 4 or more each-3 *****tor W Entnrvd M 1911, it Um poatoffiM ~ *U1«, T«x., umUv Ml et I 1 P£Si 0MMAT tfMUl OBBAT TO TT1 OJTLT NKUUSS «1 Ul OI QUI OBI - VB 0« AWtt. TJuBKXXT, ldtor md 0«Mt I0e p«r jMtfi ehibt of fou «r more (49 weeks) Ho. . If this Nnmber is opposite QA. your nas* your subacrip- ZUel tion wpifes next issue ■* i +r.'rr® I raster HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, *ATVRl>AY,JUNE 19. 1915. A* NO. 204 r ShB | : ■ '; R! / W63S ON WAR •••*-. The greatest political item' of tibe year i* a mat- ter of course is the disagreement between the secret- ary of state and the president The issue seems to have developed into a question of veracity between the two men Mr. Bryan states that the text of the note to Germany over the Ltudtania incident was materially altered following his objecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 June 1915

■' '• "; ■/•■■■:■,.■.■.-.••;:..(.:... ,-:. iM, , -'.r.'w ,;v ' ;. 1 ■ ■ : i . ' ... ■ v , Tv' 3 ws:ssgsSsx-Assss^s&Kawwitsifcst:".' i■ ..v. HICKEY - THOMPSON DEBATE mod Hill achoolhoune Tuesday. I j ;, B! Due to the stance of W. 8, No- ble on private business in Indiana, T. A. Hickey went to Bosqoc county t© debate at tile auditor- ium of Uni last Monday and Comrade Hickey'« 'opponent was a well-known preacher. The debate was to have Listed three •night*, but the preacher waa sst- isncd t* quit in two nights, refus- ed to allow the time to be extended from two to three hourg and asked that his own time be cut on the second night The subject was written by the preacher and insisted upon by him: "Resolved that the Socialist Party Presents a Better Form of Government and was more in liar, mony with the" Teachings of the Bible than Christianity Offered." Hi H i f I. I ml m 4 f t A g 1 Bj u4: h "theory" and to prove how theo- retical it waa he read th* wonder- ful peroration of Rober...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 June 1915

W$S /; lift" ;1 h ■ mM . ■'U: ■= :v>. fig? SSBtei ■ >■- •■:'• ra # ♦ W( < — " H s«teuas K , ,■<-? >* ' K ®T FIVE MINUTE SERMON. i: The Laud. Gen. 47:13m Hie story of Joaepb is taught to every little Sunday-school boy Audi girt in the land. tJnfortunate- !y the preachers and priests give a vast deal more emphasis to the supernatural structure of the story, than ihey do to facte. Even when their own au- thorities give attention to the eco nomkft of the story, the prayer peddlers ignore the fact and go on with the same old cant about the "coat of many colors" and tlie miraculous (f) finding of Jo- seph in Egypt. You can bet your sweet life that men in a land of starvation will strive to get some- thing to eat, if they have to go to Egypt or anv other old country. Of course if they are democrats, th'*y will stand idly by while the rulers send the food stuff out of the country and leave the very men who raised it to starve. Then they raise a great howl about "what a great ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 June 1915

■!&£> !Mm§£ mmf^m w HBi mmm K5 I?ilwS£B3 ., ir; r ,JUp«.. I • in the 13th dis- raHr" * H Mil ■ K ' 'Til A«A secreiarj, moie State See. A HICKBY, Wi S V' jg ' b'/-<r a si a t| If I* if K II :| u's M ||h K* I fi,} Rt) 1 • 1 kit f HI! I'! ; 1 J I ! Si- ll ill i :£ ■ ■ I ■# J Utwald Not Coming. We hwre just received woitf that Harry Uswald, cartoonist lec- turer will not be able to come to Texas this summer, as promised. Legal matters served to detain him jus* as he preparing to sail for Galveston. ' Qn With the Program. Uvalde, Tex., June i, 1915. write I am not in a position to do so now. District Court is now in tea- On with the Texas Program. I > on and my clients will require ditto all you have said in The Be bel and wish to see the Socialist party *> clean of inside disturb- ance* that it would be easier to a needle in find a needle in a hay stack than His place on Encampment Team' to find fault with our organiza- No. 2 will be filled by our nominee tion, for attor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 June 1915

SI Q mm#? . TJlBIGKIT, Kditor Mo p*r *M «> few <* (40 wMki) M* * If this Numbs* is opposite your name jrour «ub«erit tkm expires MXt i*n« ACTUAL MACS Will yew, In dubs of 4 or etch. 3 year* for It SATURDAY, JUNK 26,1915. BALLKTT8V1LLE, TEXAS, r Whenever you want to know a man of criminal record, afid by this I mean really know, do not go to the chief of polica of yonr city or the constable of a small town, and, above all things, do not go to you? flat-footed private detective, but do go to the man who tells them fill whore to head in at That is the commissioner of police who has the power of appointment. He is appointed from higher up, and the lower ones are merely tools in his hands. Occasionally you will find a police commissioner who comes to his office clean andthen he has nothing except the savings of his salary I do not know whether George Creel has more than that, but I do know that Mr. Creel, formerly police commissioner of Denver, CoL, in an interview published in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 June 1915

H5WjrS?pK? y that bean any your the battle line, while ably re enforced by an army of young recruits.£f|?< ^ J§§Wi&t It is not possible at this writing to publish the name of the manager and the location of each encampment, for the reaaon that m taanyencampments and picnics jump up at the last moment, bat we have listed in the atate office now eighty solid encampments which will be served by Team No. 1 and Team No. 2, and a host of extra speakers, including Eugene V. Debs, Kate O'Hare, Stanley J. Clark, W. J. Loc, 0. A. Lambreth, W. J. Briee, W. T. Flowers, Em- ma Norman, John A. Currie and others. Prom this it can be seen that we are officially able to say that never in the history of the Texas Socialist party haa there been such a liik of encampments statewide, served by inch a galaxy of talent. . ^ Beginning July 4 two armies of agitators will commence to move to tiie encampments and they will continue their march until September 20. Side by side with this massed outpourin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 June 1915

mflWni :c;n — gjagB! 12 vffKiMi $ms wm 'V-:'t $Fi m w-- Wm0 m 1 " ' ..Nl ' JMtf the fact that ao far is concerned, there is no or teeming identity 01 in- terest between the agricultural worker and the industrial. Not on- ly that, but it appears to us that lor years a feeling of enmity has existed between the worker on the farm and the worker in the eity. This feeling of antipathy ia all the more remarkable when wo con- sider that it would require a pro- found statistician like the late Car- rol D. Wright to diacover whether the urban or suburban worker was exploited the most. That the mis- understanding hag been carefully fostered by the politiciana and ' press can be seen when we get the view- point in each > division of labor's army. The industrial worker in •the city looks askance at his coun- try brother, claiming at the same time that he ia a self-employer, a property owner, thoroughly inde- pendent) and when the eity worker in his rambles ever strikes the farm he protests a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 June 1915

mm, mm l§#|L k ■ wtegav is 'S'M^ H I* mh r I July 9 and 10. llif rllv S®i§ mn & ®n II HP' :tfT' m: m If : It IK ■*■ r*p- m ^*?liBSS not 4 red-card mem ;i dead one. " •" t*— * • f • we are a victorious y, unorganized we art a mob. Get that, ve non-red carders. • • • The first commandment in Or- ganisation work for the Socialist party of Texas is:1 DO IT YOUR- SELF. • • • Big Springs haa decided to hold an encampment and at tike tame time reorganise the local, with fif- ty member* to start with, and Comrade One. Thomas ia the sec- retary. • • • Don't look to any higher-ups to organise yonr community or dis- trict. If it is not organized it is nobody's fault but YOURS. Have the character to do. something for yourselves. Get itf --SU-® The working clasa will never be saved by saviors. It must save it- self. Qet some spine into your- selves, ye that depend on others to do things arm then whine when it is not done. er-gro tions in mmamt Ca- to the ev- roll of live organisa- exas. 'it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 July 1915

111 mm m IMLIL. JBMMHM SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915. !> i'?"« hvJHSSJ 'jpgK>LaSJI I S . Wifc this issue of Tho Whel we roll up the gsfftf at tour year* of actbe life and do so with Om proud knowledge tha* we have earn- ed far.Bg our career as a newspaper the title of tfc* one unmuaaled paper of the south with a general etanfcftMa. What four glor iou« years they teste been. Years of great effort and much •won* plisfcment. Under our blows the land question haa been wade the major issue in the mindi of the peppte of Item, Oklahoma and the entire nation, and the prohibition movement that for ten years has teen bar in the faee of all radical legislation has been relegated to •the roar so that in tfca recent Thirty-fourth legislature of Texas prohibition issue for the first time in 20 years was never mantiontd. Uhe terl propaganda of The Rebel was felt nationwide with the re- sult that to the National convention which the Socialist held at to* •dianapolis for the first time in the Hpory o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 July 1915

RPMSBbS & V. ■ PnmrPS^ wwiwwm w$$- If mmm ufethe extent of Texas. tent the the "* °™mbl* •nd **" on I IWore, P.ofwwr CSiflw Austin has spoken and is at liberty to apeak on the Tenant question. I now freely admit that aeadr mis freedom exists in Texas—in the Univewtty of Texas. I make this admission becauiw I know the day or the how that I be compelled to go to Texas "start in" at "berry pickin' to give yon this advice. Don't take - , ^ nt Governor Ferguson too aarioaalv. luster. If the farmers of No one take* Ferguson '(Texan and Oklahoma Df i. w «*. f li| except tfie Texas toast who votes ,*?*** I* the Democratic ticket. And you Fraf <* Bohemia, certainly have a higher order of j®11® *1,*^ have 110 intelligence than a Texas blem. The time and follow the harvest to the Canadian line. And I don't, care to be tried for high treason against the great state, of Texas, before, a judge educated in the University of Teens. - 40 per cent, of tenants but hs a or Ire* that the Mexicans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 July 1915

the Hallettsrille, Texas, Jnlj- 1, 1915. To Local, County and District Organizations, . Socialist party of Tern. De.tr Comrades: — JEeLjgfejto call your especial attention to the recently adopt- V V V\ V- ed amendment* to the rtate partyoonstitatfon providingforar^QX^ UNTEER MKMBKRSHIP, a plan that promises to be the political masterstroke of the 1916 campaign, a plan that ii already sleepless nights lor the Democratic party politicians. We have it from reliable sources that Joe Bailey in his noted anti-Socialist speech at the banquet given by his ISO henehmen at the Gunter hotel in San Antonio on Jane 22, made direct reference to the Socialist Volunteer membership plan, explaining it in detail, as well as other tactic* of the Texa movement that are causing Bailey et al to look upon us aa a "menace" — to their graft. This is confirmed largely by the fol- lowing extract from Bailey's speech as it appeared in the San Anto- nio Express of the 23d: ^ "Socialism is a menace. It is a mena...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 July 1915

IV 11 Ltf JT I IS S I | I It X wT c -i 1= I I I I V u - hi •• M [11 I i;I !* '•W-. • A. HXCKJBY. State See. Hallettsville, Tuu. ENCAMPMENT PATES. Team No, One.—T. A, Hickey, E. R. Mcitzen, Arthur LeSueur: Melvin—Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 5, $ and Mowing of Dublin— Moning of July 8. '■% O'Brien—Friday and Saturday, July 9, 10 and 11. Knox City —(LeSueur) July U Qoree—Monday and Tuesday. July 12 and Id. Big Springs—Wednesday,Thuw day and Friday, July 14,16,16. EUi on Springs (Eastland Co.) —Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 17, 18 and 19. Fort McKavett—Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday, July 20, 21 and 22. Starkweather S. H. (near Gor- man) — Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 28, 24 and 25. Fisher County—Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday, July 26, 27 and 28. Weinert — Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 29, 80 and 31. Bomarton — Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, August 1, 2 and 3. (August 4, open.) Haskell—Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5, 6 and 7. Electra—Sunday, Monday and Tue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 July 1915

T/.vV";' < |p^ Fvilri I ii §¥ 41. m THE REBEL BY 100,0000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WKBK- Orgnn Land League of America. 50e per year. In clubs of 4 or more 25c each. 3 year, for $1. U0AU9E WS I •. t - m ML T AJaiCOT, Editor «ad Omm 50c per year; elubs of fw * more (40 week*) tie. If this Number ia oppoait* ... your gam* roar aulwcrr. ZUo tion expires next km* flWife :v<k ■■tend M MMOBd-eUw 1911, it tk« postoffiea et *1Ik, Tw, «*dw act of Mtr. I, 1 BALLETTSV1LLE, TBIAS, SATURDAY, JVIY .10. 1915. No. 207 Rains County Usurers. Usury to become respectable and of great civic righteousness in Suing county. , The Bebel is in n*ept of the following which is self explana- tory. Emory, Texan, June 20, 1015. The Rebel, HalletUville, Texas. Dear Comrades:— We have got the biggest kind of * fight on here. It's between the banks and the people. The banks charge usury and fall crops were short and prices low and the banks forced the people to pay them their blood money, oine of them they literally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 July 1915

. §1HHR ,-r" ■ WsmmFffi • ." «*J _*V.:*''T •; ;tj?2 • ' --"' ;; \ '•'■'•••' " -■■'•: f* ■" ■' " v . * >'" * ■ V • . •" ■ i WSSBmKM , * - / .. '' • vr If • • i Five Mtnntp UKE FATHER — UKE EON, J, P. Mi use, it* •f the hufcaig fir* «T1 P. | the Laad. .. V 4 Co., was abot a far Tea*: 0m. 17:18. *£4. .* % tt Oh* Caea 3M. :1WC **111 TkamiKiftcrAe ISUltTXlAL AMENDMENT TO CT^COMgTlTUTIOX w w a«d odM attea&m to *timet that dt dmr« "facto" mom pass- «d t the laad wwoi, «b fcjr, *r d «:;•>, mx* ^ Bmhmhk «t Matt Kdi I torn hack to g**e Haw wfwentti, tt- tiMmgl fhey are act aS djatineUy separate. So1 wiahiag to aeem to mod li tine only resaoa, bmitr They vera pm 4 detO^ratetf, m« a* the tmtfe preaeher or priest paaaw tk«, Kmrtoher, comra&ta, that I am ft fatag to quote every rrfermet to the fact that the Land was in *♦*,** AGAINST WAS/' POSTCARDS. TO THE REBELS OF THE south had ft the first and aammd has iW—%' ' MOW uk pepn* «w b injarv* and ai^ great heed fiaca to toll erf the D...

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