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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 July 1915

WHAT PROPHET WROTE THI8t '' Your article on the front page •of No. 202 of The Rebel has caused me to subscribe for your paper.™. Every investigation of valuable franchises, leads into the Board of Trade rooms. The question should be given more attention by our Party and every merchant that associates himself with the National Board of Trade should has now recovered and is sgain at work. The Rebel is worst hurt of all, but every one can re- side the impossibility of foretel- ing sickness. • • • To see how Rebel readers and Party loyalty go hand in hand, just read these extracts from a let- ter from Comrade Aron Moreland, Penr®r*e<l judgment \/z be driven out of business/' This is the way Comrade Dr. W. M. Mc- Gregor, Pa., comes to the Great Re- ligious Weekly. ":h • • • Comrade J. M. Pool, Walker Co., comes back with "the same old club of subscribers to the Re- bel"; a club of six. • • • "My Bub. is not yet out. but since reading Benson's article in the last Rebel you may put my n...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 July 1915

ttiw.- ffr r p;: ? • " If m m i * i t ' s ! i ' ''ft:" «- « $ i I § Ifii m in* MECTiOXALlBM Vf SOCIAL ISM State Office T. A UET. Stele 8cc. Halkttsviik, Teas. ESCAMPMEST DATES. 1mm No. Ont —T. A. Hiekey, K- R. Me a**n. Arthur LeSueor: O'linen—Friday and Saturday, July 9, 10 and Jl. ILaos (fit? —-(LeButur) July 11 0©n*>~ Monday and Tneaday, Jgly 1$ —m 1 T big Springs—Wednesday,Thai* day and Friday, July 14,15,16. EUwm Spring (EaatJaod Co,) -Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 17,1* and 19, Fori MeKaveti—Taeaday, Wed- mm lay and Thursday, July 20, 21 aod 52, Starkweather 8. II. {near Oouldbusk; — Friday, Saturday smd Sunday, July 23, 24 and 25. Fuller County—Monday, Tues day and Wedneiday, July 26, 27 and 28. Welaert — Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 29, 30 and 31. Bomarton — Sunday, Monday and Tueaday, August 1, 2 and 3. (August 4, open.) Haskell—Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Ang. 5, 6 and 7. Electro—Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 8, 9 and 10. Wellington—Wednesday,Thurs- day ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 July 1915

%•: ? ' ■ ■.■ *"•' '• ■ nmns ..'.vtcr ■*?& '■■ -f v-v-i - . ■ ■ -.r*#— ••- *' • ; : . '"■ ' ::A >' 1 f. - v< . ' . ; • •• : '^iBSSfrES.'SSK™ _ ___ 'Smm ■ ,■: vfi.V- ,v .v.f ■ 7i« ,i_ • •""■ '■"■g' T" «iW> \ T.A.HICOT, Kdltar KOe per 7««; aluhe «f four mor« (40 weekj •- READ BY 100,0000 ACTUAL PARMEBb EACH WEEK Organ Land League of Ameqca. 50c per year. In clubs of 4 or mwe 26c each. 3 yew, for $1 'mm If lUi> NumUtr it your nam* our wlrrii 209 tion ext>ir* wn ison* | • '' BMAtm ■"%* 1911, at tk« portoffiee at HaU *Uk, T«*.t ander act of Mar I. EALLETT3V1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY ILIM* H CDCIT^Lf Orttlvn, / FRANff P. WAL8H APPEALS TO THE PEOPLE, PUBLICLY FLAYS DAL.-GAL. AND OTHER CRITIC8. , Frank P. Walsh, the chairman of the Commission on Indus- trial Relations, delivered a speech in Chicago last week in which he reviewed the work of the commission and warned the people that the great capitalists of America had organised a conspiracy to suppress the report, becaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 July 1915

• * f H H I ■'■ * ' ■■' ', - WW : ■; ^ - P4 1 II'. I I 1 I I m M i >1- i ! i I h I I ■ K j r I do not know but that I made a mistake in putting that head on top of tii is article, because the cotton farmer is always in a crisis much like Mr. Dooley's city worker, who said: "IIennesey you're iu no panic now, for the simple reason that the working class ir al- ways in a panic." However I shall talk to you about the kind of crisis the cotton farmer will be in whin he has to meet, hig obligations next fall to the banker the landlord, the merchant, and other gentry who have first liens on his crop or hi« home. Optimist, that I am, I cannot see that there is any hope for the cotton farmer at all. If there did exist a ray of hope it has vanished thi« week when we read from a reliable Washington dis- patch, that the Federal Reserve Hoard is laying plans "To Prevent Cotton Crisis Next Fall." If the farmer had any chance to weather the storm it has now- gone glimmering like the dream of "t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 July 1915

& . s mm FROM THE STATE SECRETARY A Mehrin, Tex., July 5, 1915 lo K. 0. Meitzen and Arch Lin- <A M Assistant State Secretary. Dear E, 0. and A..— Krnest and 1 arrived here last aight after being 27hours on the road from HnlW'ttmllf and community in McCulloch and San Saba counties. This list will be headed with the customary Social- ist membership application, ex- cept that it *411 be marked "Vol- unteer MemlkTship'' and will in addition contain a( pledge that each signer wilKagiSee, if ponible, to seeure a poll tax receipt before ueu i prosp \/^i{ \ f tious sma tlU \ A / ^ ana /s^ you can bet your corncob pipe that we were train-weary. I wish that some of our northern speak- ers who agitate on the trolley route costing 5 cents, a jump would be down here for awhile in thi„ state of magnificent distances and after paying out $31.10 for the first jump (for two) they would have some idea of what agitating in Texas means. That poor wretch that went over "eight miles of )burning sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 July 1915

i X- I 4 11 i .. / .1.1. A. H1CKEY, State See. HalletUville, Texas. The following circulars as to En- campment Teams was issued this week. It applies to any point Teams can reach without loss of time. E To Comrades; North and North- west Texas' In order to reach the Encamp- ments at Dalhart, Wheeler and Seymour, where late dates are re- quested for Team One — Arthur LeSueur, T. A. Hickey and E. II. Meitzcn. Thi« Office requests the comrades in sections addressed, to make applications for one or two day Encampments, or picnics, • Commencing about the first of Sep- temlwr, where they are unable to have the regular three days En campment. Tliere should be no fall dawn in reaching all places applying for Teams. To prevent this it will be necessary to get additional dates along lines of Sante Pe, or Wichi- ta Valley, or Ft. Worth and Den ver Ry«. Where you can do so, by all means apply for the regular three day Encampment, that you may have a thorough chance to get your neighbors andf tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 July 1915

T5T3PS THE REBEL READ BT 100,0000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Organ Land Ltagve of Amencn. 50e per year. In. dubs of 4 more 25e etch. 3 year8 for $ Entered M Mcond 1911, at the portottii Tot., wider act qua g.i July 1. Halletta- ' « 1879. Is the ZHB aUAT iPPia GREAT TO OS OKLY BB0AU8B WE ARE ON OUR KNEES - LET U8 AH I BE. T.A.HICKKT, Editor and Owb . 50c per vssr; data frsr >♦ more (40 wscjui. 2Jc If toi Number i* cw a your u«zh your n\x>rr\- 21U tion expires next issn* UALLETTSV1LLE. TEXAS, SATMDAY. Jl'LY 24. 1915. NO. 209 pmers Union i)ead? The RentingQaes- tion Solved. The Rebel is in a gad and pessi- mistic mood this morning, l>e- they cause our one great mission in life has been taken from us. We thought that after driving the prohibition movement out of po- "Ts the Farmer* Union dead?" asks a correspondent. if yt,u mean by Fanners Union the state officials at Fort Worth, litic* in Texas and making the ■ lAnn Til I.** * . .. ' 4 1, ... it is not only dead, but it literal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 July 1915

-• ^'-xSSB Hi f '.-ry-V*''''- IRPSW^;i:''' >' ...;•;. V, . .. u: " - , .■ :■ ' si! V ''*'•■ ' ' '• .. ;-&r ■ ..' 'S , •>:■: . . .•••-"•' - . ' ■■•• . : • :>v .V t-m&wtM ••••*••••••-. •• ■M {*'■". •: To Comrades io the Trenches Theie were shepherds lying in the trenches, keeping watch over the dead by night Densely there hovered around about them, the smoke of battle. Suddenly over the crash of cannon and the ah rick o Hhi-nm.-l >t .y 1 n in 11 tin, f.lnri^n nnll nf Kternal Rebel: PEACE- ON EARTH 0001) WILL TO MEN- PEACE ON EARTH j GOOD WILL TO MEN | '••t: .• Nor shall J cry fieace, peace where there is no peace! MY peace I bring unto you. No armed peace, the grim mother of poverty, not the peace of victorious master and submissive slave,—but MY" peace—the peace revolt shal bring; the peace of brothers who give not grasp;—the peace of Equality. Democracy Here, on this Earth, the Mother whose dccj bosom, impartial, free, suckles all life,—whoso fecund womb gives bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 July 1915

- I'".- Jt-*4" . ' ' ■mm: - •.f vz'i ' ■ ■ ■ T-SSSSS ?! / Texas Socialist Platform. (Platform u submitted by the com .land to be n h„,-;. j- . ,,l#inR vStfvJti.It 5! 10 *"P>>I-T I ■'"*k b"-i**™" Bockdale; adopted by a referendum | Demands Collective Ownership. - rota of the Texas membership, May,' 1914.) establishment of an eight hour work day with a rest period for each worker of at least one and one half days each week. Repeal ▼•eraser Lawj We pledge to repeal all la«p elas. sing any man as a vagrant who is or that wonld force soy man under our present system of capitalism to work . T . for less than the anion scale of wages t. " also a principle of Socialism and hours. that all property publicly used should be pubhely owned and operated." Ia Private Amies. • W1'th thl" of* _T!t Inasmuch as the history of private . ® 0 r^^js de- detective agencies is the history of a tue Bo gj,ai] u fuo> " "■') crime of every character, and these ia- '«? ' SSL pJ?SS«[ nothing to ist cla*....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 July 1915

.... ■, ; [* . ' •, - ; Y •J-^v-v ■;;;.• r ^ ."V ,.• • •• — • Wk •~T'-** - IWmMw:'1:' • • - • • • • - • •- ...... -**1 ♦ ■, A.Q WW . -* vflPT- • - ■ ■ - > WBm'-- j 53=a*. •'• ' •*'' v- • • f*~y "■■ ?lgp -. ■ v • -y. ... _ — * •■-, ■> ";■/ Ml:. «** I ( ■ T'V *:^'3 '"Vf".'' . j mm HS0& ■ State Office Notes, . , — /- - A H1CKBY. State Sw. Hallettsville, Texas. fol.: i Fo/ttnJcer Membership I I Comrade Mr*, Alice S. Bronson, Secretary Local Fort AVoith, in the first one to order tfto Volun- teer Stamps, which arc ijbw ready. A Special Card for the nse of the ! Volunteer Members will be issued a little later, but at present the Ked • (Jard will have to be used by marking it "Volunteer.". For th.3 $3:30 sent in by Comrade Mrs. Bronton, the Local received $6-60 worth of stamps. Every Ixical has had experience with the men who say they cannot take full member- ship, but wish to assist in such way us they can. Here is the way pro- viding to get these men interested, and every Local...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 July 1915

— —™-t:— . . •v v'; ■". '■ n. iT .v : " ' .37-. J . ! K£AD *r FASMKBb I Org** Lend L*W •/ 1*m " •• 50c par J**- i« 'in ■■ BALLETTSVILLS, TEJB&LS, j SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1915. i JL 1 S, 1IT*. - > Tl* Fori Worth Becord edited by Hugh Nugent Fitzgerald, the atlest editor of the Democratic, pre* of the South, devotes the «ntim Atonal page of-Sunday, July 18, to a discussion ot the im- pending return trim. Fditor Fitzgerald leads off with a four column wide editor- al headcdi "Pace to Pace With the Crisis Are the People of the South," Beside this there is a two-column article from ex-Governor Colquitt in which he predicts dire calamity for the southern cotton farmer and all lines of business in the cotton states. Poth gentlemen agree that the South was never menaced bv irach danger eve* in the darkest hours following the surrender of Lee at Appomattox. They take the position that the president should call a special session of congress at once to save the South from utter bankruptcy....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 July 1915

1 I: V \ ft I . I C.:-. . 'r''V •. • :kM& Rescue. !'^*!" "f; - ■ fp " taining employment,This ordin- ance ia unfair to them." Rodi^ fcue* replied: "It ia intended to do just that. We waat to make it impossible if we can, by city or- dinance, for any peraon to get a job running a street car in thia town while the strike is on." The finance passed 57 to 10, which shows that aldermen listen to the labor vote daring strike times. Alderman John C. Kennedy dis cussed the ordinance and referred to Chief Healey* s call for 1,000 re- the second city in the Country, was completely without street car facilities for two entire days. Wfeat happened! Two So- cialiat aldermen, won the fight for the,Union men. Don't believe itt Bead the following aeoount of it, taken from the International So- cialist Review which lives in Chi* cago, and then send in your sub and keep posted each month on the leading Socialist Movements in each country of the globe. Bebel and Int. Review, $1.00j Rebel,Int. Revi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 July 1915

or Land. NBARING "AND SUNDAY CLASH. that ewr brought the blush of fame to th* cheeks of pare women that sat in an assemblage of ci ProfMHor SLvifrt V«ri« until viliwd P*0?1* 11 thi, mtasor ^oott Nearing until, Th. r*v ThoraM Jefferson colored preacher in •nu U^Hli> 1U Vflc otuliters rrnnnmi'— In tk* TTntvAMilv A# "• ® wiumi pirftcnw in it i. rigbt, jurt P(W1TM1 , k„ Mde . huming ]^5Z^'uon,b^ll,<i|.0°' upon their ear*. most serious L ^w.ino UP to Philadelphy .erse to taking a good square look respondent evidently wu in line nf Kritioiam ^&r Br er Blll> Sunday preach'at just what manner of men the with vour nnli«v w> *m ivm™,. 1 y";n ', "ron? ^SStaTCS dieted «U Mr. .««• mUJriM: but Lhlirted nil ►ut it'■ coming as eoon as the a ragev'fta^Sti en6(igh self re government to net Relief - gandll ., ,„ival h« ''l ^ ^ ^ ™JfU"dC^°d. wh"'"! " been written by . profw,or of mo- ** " Br " B,"-v S m,"v d « 1uote tb« firat teat1 in the Univeraity of Penn- cord to all women «,d ohildm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 31 July 1915

. . ; ;..r- • -'."••?' ",v •.'.>/■ , :;. ^V; MVjTe.'* ": ....... '..•••j.j'f:•"* *.;•«- "Hi N § § i I "f f t; I W' V I I "I i I K 1 State Notes. 11 T A. fllC&KY. State See. HaUettsrill*. Ttm ENCAMPMENT TEAM NO. 1. The encampment at Goree held under the management of Com- rade* Brooks, Higgins, Black and Oilliand ws« an immense nuccess both in point of numbers and ed- ucational value. This in spite of the fact that it was the first one ever held in that community. It was also a financial success, all debts being paid and money left in the treasury. There is a lesson in the success of this encampment in tlie eyca of many comrades who fear to hold an encampment for fear of financial loss. There were but five Socialists at Goree. They met and decided to call for bids on the concessions, and received from the highest bidder $122.50, which waa ample to par all expen ses and leave a good margin in the local treasury. Qo thou and do likewise for the next encampments. * ess The next e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 August 1915

.V?£v- L*«. I T.A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 90c per year; clubs of four or (40 weeks) 25t [f this Number is opposite your name your subscrip Uon ex p ides nest issue OTVAL EEK tA SATURDAY, AVOVST 7. HALLKTTS VILLE, f the Land Question. I The oft-reiterated prediction of The Rebel that we will have use and occupancy as the sole title in land or the states of Texas and Oklahoma will be filled with white peons whose misery will even exceed fhat of the poor wretches who have toiled and suffered and died under the lash of the HACIENDA owners of Mexico, has at last received thorough confirmation from the most unexpected sourcc — the Qal-Dal. News. , In its issue of Monday, July 26, the hoary old muziled prostit- ute Tets m the light on the situation. After the usual balderdash about good landlords and bad landlords, and good tenants and bad tenants, is says in substance that there is no tenant problem In the rreat fa-ming states of Illinois, Iowa, and Kansas, because the own- era of the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 August 1915

I . 1 <f s it H r* £. 1 :| I L- K If Adam* of Rain* county has written a letter in cha If Comrade J which U) has really §aid something. The charging of usury by the banks or Rains county is in perfect harmony with the system of capitalism for which the majority of the Rains county farmers vote , The governor charge* it himself—and all the hanks do the same, and the truth of the matter is it is only incidental to the system of private ownership of public utilities Now what Comrade Adams haa said of real importance ia, "There is a fight on here between the people and the bankB.There is a great opportunity in this for the people, provide*) it is handled correctly. The people have been robbed and the thieves have been caught as plainly aa ever was a honte. hog or rattle thief. The farmers who have paid this usury have the notes they gave and they are documentary evidence. The train robber holds an automatic on a passenger, demands his moj'cy and the passenger, seeing no other way to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 August 1915

mm, *' Down. ^ fimitime sin<* thi- So- preheating the Socialist party and cialwt movement started in Texas i y ^ a big politician has been smoked out of his den and appear* before 'the citizens of Texas as a defend* er of the capitalist system, and and opponent of the Socialist party. The gentleman in question is no leas person than the ex-aena- tor, Joseph Weldon Bailey, who has recently returned from the Riggs bank at Washington to lead an asnult against the Socialist fortress. He W8 smoked out by B. H. Lauderdale of Jones County, as the following correspondence will show: • • (The Letter) Mr. J. W. Bailey, Wn*hiajjt,>n, I), w Dear Sir:— In tbj Frrt Wo.tfc Re- cord of recent date ♦he '• '•iiwiug ap- |H ared: "Mr. Bailey sa:d he wm com 'nK back to make his home in Texas jumI wage the bsttts ixm, but never fiee." Now Mr. Bail**, yont i*aw of fairneaB would undoubctsiV prompt you to meec a Socialiet "^o'tientative in •lebate and, under chta it preaaioa, the writer chalenjei yoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 7 August 1915

State Office Notes. f T. A. H1CKEY, Stan Sec. HallettniUe, Teua m h fi I 1 f r i f i § \ i lii 1 ■ III If I# U I ft l'' FROM THE SECOND DIS- TRICT. to get every preeiuet in every county in this Congressional Dis- CaU to Tarrant County Socialists. At Comrades B. E. Meitzen,our nominee for governor, T. A. Hi- ckey, Editor of The Rebel, and Covington Hall, one of the fore- most fighters in the proletarian rank*, will be in North Texas dur- ing September; 1 am asking you to meet in Court House at Fort Worth, Texas, on Sunday, Auguxt only "limited by the strength of our (*nging A organization. Next, year will be a campaign (year. We MUST, get the decks The following from Comrade Jno. B. Yarbrough, 2nd. Diet., shows he is as wide-awake in other lines, as he is in reports: "Comrades of the 2nd Congrea-we MUST sional District j I want to defuw j^ve % representative in every the term "live wire , as used fr ying box to guarantee a fair reference to a working man ui po- an<j We ^ not deman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 August 1915

I ass*.;-.- mssB&mmi mmm. ' SP THE REBEL READ BY 100,000> ACTUAL FARMERb EACH W""K- Organ Land Leagut of A* year. In dubs o 25c each. 3 yeara \ 50e per more mm the pas U,U T«*, m MttUr My 1. I ie« at H*U«tta i of Mat. I, 18T . T.A. HICKET, Editor and Owner 50c per rear; clubs of four or more (40 weeka) 25c If this Number is opposite your name your subscrip 213 tion expides next issue Rii ^\r, _— me HALLETT8VILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915. *€>. 212 . ■ '' I JL Parly. The Uebol wishes to say positively and present the proofs in lies in Congress and elsewhere who,are the servile tools of the nation's this article .that from President Woodrow Wilson, chief executive of wreckers, he betrayed with the assistance of his *>n-in4aw MeAdoo, the nation, down to the ward constable of the most sparcely populated secretary of the treasuy and Fesfep J. Wade, a St. I Amis' national Democratic precinct in the South., every single official elected up- banker, the trusting cotton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 14 August 1915

SJ I it .'I % if •II 11 J IN 1 I If j SI I I r.f vcrnnient at Washington: 'Jb John jl). Rockefeller greater than the 1 government t Is he higher than j the lawf" That stands in the re- cord of our Denver hearing, Again The Rebel thia week gives! tion in the atate of Colorado)—I J1® 5** tt*lui the reproduction of Prank Walsh's say thia advisedly, because it is de-1 , the city of New York. He came clared thus over the signature of *hl * ^ Presi. «h. manager of that company, L. Jent£ HaJ?r1 M. Bowera, who. acts tor John D.ij* fJJ, Charies W. Elliot, and RockefeUer, Jr., that "the Colo- ^or i^Uectual vigor, for manly rado Fuel Si Iron Company flies * « tad |0r choice of expre* the price and condition of labor rlon' / in the coalmines of Colorado and HS e < mpanson with Preaident other company falls speech before a monster "Lawson Protest Meriting," hold in Chicago <m "Sunday, July 11th. We copy it, by permission of the Interna- tional Socialist Review, from it's August issue. To t...

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