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

■ 4 ' S- n '<o ■- rf£T INSTALLMENT. of Report of Basil Manly, Director of Research of faet reoommen- the Staff. Beport in and ordered print- by reflation of Commission. Adopted by Commissioners tluta the f&ctAthat in recefat yeon laboreres in burg« number* hare to lie in the 'potters'field'; never- theless in New Yortt City one out of every twelve oorosea it buried at tiie expense of the city or turn- ed over to physicians for dissec- terrible effects of such come to this country only from Russia, Italy, Austria-Hungary and the backward and impover- ished nations of southern and east- ern Eurooe.«" •' . JTa ■ "With the inexhaustible natur- al resources of the United States, _ w .. . . tj T- M tremsndoiw mechanical ach- m P. Isaiah, John B. Len- ievements and the —*— -* EL ami uui Aug. n^nie help pay his taxes; for which he bad to pay 10 ppr cent discount, equivalent to tbout U per cent in- tweit He had already applied to all five of the Paris (Tet.) banks for a loan to pay ta...

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

\V -'•'''" BN>$0BS KJI&i ■ '''} -' *j4V:'?ifjiV-> i<u' ,'S ••'"'* steak* f: \" i t'J,' |^ ££ ^5y- - pfii^ .ii-;"'. -V;:-- W;'T r'^-% r*-fSfti;'> *'"•"<£ •""1 -T"IL ***"'-' ,H." ,?'1".Tfl" - <t T.—-■ '.?■-' --' ■■ ■ " -■ —StwSMJSjmSSvSjSia^^s^ssii ■ ,■■ . v ■...,. . .. .■),■•■ ., ;' * J" '■; >'' : iit ■ ^ / >- ■ • i-'.'-. : ' S" •'•> -;"' '" ->•: ■; ''rr^" ' ■ - • f mrnmmm >tate m G% 11^' gfeffg. | $gmra^ BjpMp* ^_r ■> Pli&!®3 •!: m i M ■M M H m HE. Ln-i) fc iS:r— j ■ r-Vy.ly ' j '. lfpl ' '" { H ftfr] I V j ; ' ffl i ij m if ."Ml | !" ' II Ww XI m\ ; ? f • ■ ITT hi I :| I 11 ^ U i i, •c. • 1r A. fBXCKXY, State 8«. r'!" Team. COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES ^flP:r LOSE. SS:£ The bunch o? known aa the tariea who _ Secre- taries Who were called by Tom and that the election law of Tex- Campbcll the Criminal Secretaries aa provide in Sec. 57 that tho elec- and Who recently plead guilty on tion judges shall be appointed a suit brought by Attorney Gen- fr...

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

-A. ' ^ 't' ■*C-\ ' |ij&$&. 2? feP *|SL onur noivn m*mm T A. H1CKEY. Editor and Own* Mk l*r >«; dab# of turn toot* <40 wseksi 26* If this Nuiber is oppomu row HUM TOUT subscrir tion expire* next imut 224 -4* I HALLKTTSVILLR, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 101ft. i«r — NO dmum mmm THE BANKS Ito basted up by the rid creation of a National Baud of I*w «« 'V —■ '*■ *1 " * , , . wowauu VJL • iuuuum uwra w Socialist party, haa'®*da Land the issue not Banking and Money, defining the .< „ . _l:i. ">u.<h kut in 'HAKIM and itntiM nf mm\A OiuMt, but in the South. Even while doing so we had to jogfc ipnuiti and teleet. two others, antil today the been reached until JbSvOnly issue befa*e the people of Texas and Oklahoma 4* LAND. Stsadlwr on th* watch tosm*,\«fe realise that I*nd alone will . not help an Unpoverhfced people, l oewno just as millionaires groan • today before they are land poor with.a.ihundred thousand ]§§£~J° itnny the wsaasi today Imlaodpocr s^ a hundred s* ....

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

mm ml iRlpffi WMmm ^iM&mwtvz ? §#£ s> ®3S* II TBicmM BOARD fit mHm mil cents for charter and supplies, and charter will be fired back at yoo. The referendum vote on the Webb motion providing for •tote convention of the Socialist party at Waco on November 1 and 12 has closed,* and the major* ity in favor is a proposition o 7 to 1, for the convention. Tabu- lated returns will be publish* mMT" J M announced in last issue the convention fill bo held in Social- ist hall on Franklin street next door to the Waco Timea-Htrakl building aud one block from the poetoffice. It will open at nine a. m. Thursday morning, Novem- ber 11. The basis of representation will be (me delegate for every ton members in good standing or majority fraction hereof, though all locals are entitled to one dele gate. - All members who have lap** are requested to Join their looals after paying up three month* hack dues. All looals thai have lapsod hheuld realise the importance of this convention and reorganise ...

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

M&ii& i ®#%S « improve conditions himself, be otn *t least recommend them to superiors to be transmitted to Boerd of Directors for approv al. This might indeed lie done, end with the extension of en under- •• «' B^ort ine««, tad ilutributing the profit, direction generally exists costs may be secured with high wages, probably would fact rt of Only through the removal of exec- ™ W0Ul? of Be- utive o£SS who ha U, deliver J* * ™ ***"*- eloept ; eon- the expected profits, and through { ° >w>m the appointment of their ■iiMwi.i 1^Wigh-wi#e ,*e* the Staff. Re- in ftdl aoeepted and order- nted b A< Prank P. BHMO-* SUCCfiS' sora. "Upon the testimony , of finan> as directors, tiers hundreds of corporations, th ty director ot large corporation* not only totally ignorant of the tual operations of auch corpora- tions, whose properties he seldom, Farm Workers Also. In agric if ever, visits, but feels and exer respontfbi there if no ar- thing beyond the financial cases no >i...

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

V . > *; ■ ■ . ■ H H BH yrt /if /*v. 'AjjjrrV, of i tfi ',■-■■ ^ \ ■ V'V- ■; ■:• ■ 8 It -Ifr ^ams! /or Certain Purposes mm BBCiO.ity United tension of •hall any bank created bycathority of the end -| TV.1U, of Dalla*, a man ■bail in* is future*. or in Upon the apeealatiaf upon the price of any extension of ,«tock or commodity whatever* \Offieee Of Secretary Of The Treae- t ury, Of Comptroller and Treas- of the allowed to of ereditfor hire. Capacity To SBGS.TheBofcid ter«tffl, WAY 8PEAKL oveedsvoot ||® the WW* irreligious land ungtdly be- held " From Un. Carlton. Under date of October B. W Csrlton, triet aeeretary tor the district, report* and remits for dnea «tamp for tar district organisation, everything being in «*«• JM apple pie order. She haa no know. ing on Sunday." The Bebel lodge of the item reported* to the plied to theja personally by capitaliat preas that her name *« thst "the bettor connected in any way with the 21 ter the deed," freak* that met in Port Worth and even ...

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

m TJL fllCKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per Jeer; clubs af tour or (# weeks) 2Se ' mS i*. •> IV, ■i. . I • ■"" "i""1 tion expires next isaue HALLETTSVILLE, TMIA8, SATURDAY, NOV KM BE R 6, 1915. WAR. ' TRAITORS. t If this Number it oppedfr- ... jrour subserip- 225 I III i nine mil- / noil men h«vse bet-n killed, wounded or pro miming aauaqg % eou- I HBmw* shown. 10 Isr m ifttBt- s epe it concerned and, poaiMj; United State*, that organised Christianity has hopelessly broken down, the esar, the letter 4f<he Ovedc Catholic church, la in arms . Against the Ksber who is She re- sponsible head of the Lutheran church of Germary. and ho in torn ' 1* in anna against his coumn, KTmg George, and secures for an ally the head of the house of Hspsfaurg who ia the head of the OatWBc elrareh el Austria. He in Uu is in a deadly conflict with King Victor Emanuel who, in spite of the surrender of the temporal power of the pope, ia in perfect amity with that potentate. Thus it happena that the Slav a...

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

fii j&SifisSSa^ v"- ■ >J *Vvi. IIP tetbep* i' ought gition the to b kept la tB"CS«?WM •ad if you lloeton (¥• ) Di^ ft* O** ;!, exponent oc we iiwww " I T lussumetefnee. not *9 Wft •* a#d * ^^^ btnk to violate the ** WkJu£?i ?^d?thTSSllwt' *°d o i condition wtwe h*lf the P*;Lj,it pert of the act tie slavee end the other hall thftt & ngtional bai •y Eugene V. Dcba, totwdno^ Cheirroen John McLarea mi"J" i„g a* the hoed and tome* ""to T%* "d ^ou ■ wssiir - ESEESr^iRfHBsS &3&R& « arrest 710, 1MH1D. f It !'i;it! There waa an festival, o-call«d, HLchurch in f^tS? adle^rUl^Nnr E wffc reference 1tU-' •««. «♦. | # «* SETS* «a «h t wHKDJw I ^ , tt .. ^ —|« |% A amis wetoeeht a trial a* never fat the WE*-, the church. Among other troublaa| Upon Th® Ml Tcwta-™ -■jwrytsar--" The Angst of Diacontent • -"V- • -'"•'''4 ' •^■- f>.' •<• '• Jj^^ • ' ■-' * And he diNfe with * ii n w the « mof &*/££ Where the exerted aarpenta sting* And the tiger tears, end th$ ifce wolf ...

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

mm* S$# „:%^-r4irr:k^":V' ■WMm& *i&n SS^p; ■ " - '.. -- i • • - !#> ■ SSlP^i^ift •■■ : SH r rir installment. _ of Report of f, Diieeior of Be- Investigation, odd finding" of fact and «£ commendationa of the Staff. Re part in full accepted «g>d order ed printed V resolution of Com- mission. Adopted "Commia- sioners Prank P. Wsish John B. Lennon, James OConnell and Austin B. Garrctaon.—Con- nued. to overwork, and personal abuae of , ious kintjs, from which they have been largely relieved in factorial] and atom through agitation and] legislation. 4 SLAP AT 8. P. of industrial peace for the i of a panel of impartial , . JpHHHH from which arbitrators can A writer in the I)*Um N«w* who ^elected when they ar« needed, conducts a column called , The I seems to indicate that in the State Pw«" aaserte the fc** „ .United States the inability of the it October 13. in the couwg^g^ 7 The position'of women in in-| parties to agree upon impartial criticism of the Singietax •. have prov...

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

I Ws f mmum® .* i S rat^S )'.•'• rY'.!{5r3^|i?.' \> -%'-V -M-. ' ...--• S1|PSP|B P, ,r~: ■•■ &i|l- !•« ■I M sw * ££§; 3R HmWiar** ww™?'* %1'ywz?*' •?" Office SUSP life1 ill." W( '• -$£•■■ '■V ■■?'' J-W SBH w % '■'*.: v •-' t> —I,. AA Durkett Nov. 0. :. Hi " a Mtf IliSWI t«?- 1 7^~ , ; m 1 II- BIO MEMBERSHIP QAM. ^During the month of October thsre wm vent to tite nation*! of- fioe a total of #180.00 for due ■tempi. Thin mean* a total of 2400 member* or t gain of 900 members over the previous Next month's showing will still hotter. ■ ' ■ : p 4. OVER 126 DELEGATES. \ We have so far received word bxtka from 73 locals that will be repre- lA A Socialist who does not carry I ted card is only * "half-hieed." -C • 'M* - v'l J. Clark speaks at November 5, Coleman, of 200 Nov. 6. There will be great oat month. Pouring* of the people in there M be days and date. He will also apeak *J? *1 *J „ the eleventh that the this little also speak at Jacksonville, Saturday, Nov. 20, lt90 p. m. a...

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

53c! t> Wgm ■ w ■} i |pR ife* Al:vS'i ■\$P{ THE REB^EL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS SACS WEEK- Organ Lamd JLeagtu of Amine*. SGe per yew. In dubs of 4 or *"• ***** 3 .WJlr6 for $1. .-- t TA. HICKEV. Editor and Owner 50e per year, club# of lour or iBOr (44' weefci> 25c If this Number is opposite your name your subaerip 2/o tion expires next issue — THB GREAT APPEAR OBEAT TO tX8 OMX.T BXOAUSB WE ARE ON ^OUR KKEE8 - LBT U« KaUmd •• aMMid-eltM wmttit July L IftU, .t U* po«Uk£fW «,t H*!lrtt T«t, ute Mt «i Kile. B, UTS HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. Mo. 225 Rebel Wins t Again. / The Rebel has for years watched the financial sufferings of the workers doe to the robbery that ia practiced ufcon them by -vampire qnaok doctors who ply their trad* through the agency of fake advert isements they publish in the mat xled press, and through the stand- in they have with official rings. We had long been on the watch- out for an opportunity to grab one of these rascals, so ...

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

PbIISp!' ,§S m- m&mx' sip! :<Sv; M ■ Bte 't Blot Out Ludlow. bully foe mr kg ess £*§rj Hsls p. ■ \l i Iff II ■ ViMi > t B 611 M if! : M jj'lj •J, M * '! p {} ■Ul Oil The Rebel has read the following from Frank Walsh'a paper, lie Ktntti City Part: ,lohn IX Rockefeller, jr% rem* vWt to Colorado apparently wrought track a Waited in him that nearly erery f P«_ in New York is ectamns of comment to the too. like performance. «is Broadway, the Standard building, used to be aa Me region tor all reporters; is a vertible dub, with "Welcome" Young Rockefeller used to avoid interviews aa be would a plague; now he te>fc« to the extent of edt- mn*—even pages. It is asid the Ltwkr negro whoae doty formerly was to convey prying reporter* ur- gently to the sidewalk is develop- ing symptons of beat failure when he daily watebei Private Secretory 0. Heydt come out with th* gUd hand and bad scribes* promptly in- to the inner a"u*mB The three-wedka hand-shaking in tb< Wert evidently bas ...

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

„, "A'' "': v ■"** v' I ...... \ i ■• ■; - .■ ! spSJ.vj 4 ■ |K ity ^yffy ' i' '''! INSTALLMENT. ; Section of Report* of Basil M. Manly, Diiector of Re- search and Investigation, con- | findings of fact and re- f commendations of the Staff. Re- s' port in fall accepts! and order to fix miininium wages for all wo- men employees engaged in service within the State." The Pullman Company . "The investigations and hear-jemployees. mission with regard to railroads have been too limited to permit of general findings or recommenda- tions. Enough evidence haa, how- ever, come before the Commission with regard to three points to war- rant attention. 1. The railroad construction camps are largely insanitary, over- crowded and improperly equipped for the health and comfort of the In addition there are iuiwu((«uui« juiu uea*- employees, in aauiuon Utcre ir inga of the Commission developed} many abuses, such at overcharging the following- facts: at the commissary and grafting by ed printed by solu...

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

■ v "• .„■} I liRi i $M? State Office K.S f, A. HIC8LEY, State 8ec. Hallettaville, Texas. In CJwroke* County. Comrade Arch. Lingan'a dates in Cherokee county so far arrang- ed wet Sunday, Nov. 14, Mixon, Nov. 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th, under direction of Mixon Local (If. R, Bell, Sec.) Nov. 19, Reynold#; Nov. 20 at Jacksonville at Clark Second District Coming AliM. Lufkin, Tex., Nov. 7, 1915. 1 want to isjr to the Socialists of the Second Congressional District that Organiser Arch. Lingan will U-giu in Cherokee county abont November 15th for 12 to 15 days. After that be will go to Shelby, Pa- nda, Busk and Haraison counties. *«• «.TiSTJSS. p. tn> City Park, Jacksonville „ . ,Lfl <1^ sra A3- k &£ &-£ 21 and 22, B**e; Nov. 23, Prys ^ „ y<m Uve ta SH r.w«flvv H m mm mmm *3 ; PIG ■ Gap Mary A. Thompson, Co. S«fc. /. W. Brice. This able young speaker is at Juark, Okla, for a few weeks, bnt expects to locate near Austin. He it open for lecture dates on the fol- lowing sub...

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

H-' <i® &. " ■ :"Jp.^.. J_V; •' :■•■■ "'V. ^IpSiM < : T :/xiwmy Pfl E RE MT 10Q£X>. ACTUAL EACH WXXK Lmd Leagus of America. In date of 4 or saeh. 8 year, for |L m All ON OUI BOTH - lit nI L SATURDAY, NOVKUBXB , 1015. v HALLKTTBV1UM, MM The state convention of the So- the court*, both state and federal, cialist party opened at Waco at y The educational demand* call a. m. November 11, in tho oouatv for free text books, genuine free court chambers at Waeo. Delegat- education, more stringent com- es from 44 counties were present pulsory educational law and other representing 51 locals. The state measures that would promote the chairman of the Socialist party, eduoational welfare of oar people- Patton McCord, of Yoakum, Lava*| The convention demanded com ea county, was selected as chair- pulsory insurance, mother* pen- man and Mr. B. W. Lauderdale, of (sion and old age pensions and Wayland, Stephens county, was, made * ringing demand for wo selected 88 secretary. This ninth ...

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

saHKHM , ,HHR SPS WMSSSB :-. • BB l frn iip ■■ny-.j-.-K?.^ gjlMSfll By George Patullo. II iiill MMiw /Jetty a powerful argument again*t the lawyer politician rings of Te*9t and /<* **« court f«/orm planks & fa n«u> SorioKtf state platform. jy^]' I 'ftfj-S,1'! I f WW ~-> l jjVi H" "There're two things that here dtoays puzzled me, Cieero," re- inarked J. Brutus Spivy, comfor- tably, shuffling the dominoes for a new game. "Only twot" scoffed his part- ner.. '4Then yon sore aren't tak- ing about law " "One it: how does § newborn calf know right off where to find his Ant meal? Hey? No, and'I guest nobody else does either. Se- condly—and this hss bothered me a heap—what was in themind of the first man who erer ate an oys terf Did yon ever stop to think about those things, Cioerot" The senior member of the firm snorted contemptuously." Shttckl" be said. "Wondering' about things like them is like to send a man crazy- What's the use of itf Your play. Got the double four?" "Ton a...

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

m W M Well 1( a number of copies of be translated, edited for the benefit of speaking citizens of . we must arrange to , with propaganda in their \ tongue, an^ " noooosary co- operate with other states to this selee 2. We urge moat of leaflet* and.that the fin* Constitutional Committee. Report of Committee . on Con- stitutive rcak} by. thairnwn W. J. Bell and adopted with the excep tiou of that part of said report which prescribes that "no one shall hereafter be a nominee of the Socialist Party who Shall from this time on hold office under any Capitalist party." That ballots be sent direct from State, District or County Secre- taries to the locals of the territory affected and returns sent direct to the respective secretaries; pro- vided that oxtra ballots shall be sent congressional secretaries or to county secretaries in unor- ganised districts. That before any speaker shall be recognised as qualified to speak in the name of the Socialist party, such speaker if unknown to the rank...

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

; v MM IIS MM . mi ii nn' i in .I ifn in i ii ii' V1'";'1 II 1Si a 1 Iff \ SEVENTH INSTALLMENT. Second Section of Report. of Basil 1C. Manly, Director of Re- search and Investigation, con- taining finding* of fact and re- ? commeudatiom of the Staff. Re- port in fall accepted and order, fld printed by resolution of Oom- Adopted by Commis- sioners Prank P. Walsh, John B. Lennon, James O'Conaell I and Austin B, G&rreteon.—Con- tinued. ' ' AgrtcuUur*. This section also urges action to imp rote the condition of farm labor and to stop the increase in form tenancy by aiding farm own- ers. It say«: .Ciy "It was obviously impossible for the Commission to attempt a de- tailed investigation of agricultural conditions; but, because of the very immediate bearing of the land question on industrial unrest, it was necessary to make as thorough investigation as possible of the phases which seemed to have the most direct bearing on our general problem. The phases selected for discussion were fir...

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

R>£ S$ ■?"" ' ™ ' ••-.-■ . - . KJSv~ - • " WSmrS--: 'f' '''■ - ; >< 5' S ® iS8M?8i mus Wm^-- ■ " •" •-. --> ■ i ' ■ i '■ "V ' ■ •Cf/.? ' r^-^v" lvw -l -itel."!:! • ' ' ... ':. K. '-'. .... L y' .*- ■ ' • ■ '•' ■ T ; •: /""i* i 1^ • ' •• ' .;V.>« ' • , . , rl' ? *m?$* P REBEL BY 100,000 ^Ofl71£ ' peeT .wen<H| in etnfaa of 4 o« ..vw i*f as W OEBAT APPBAK OERAT 90 Wl 0W.T «*** « ^ " 081 **"* "Mt " i ■ :■ mi ,'n: 1 ! 11 ■, HALLSTTSVILLE, TSXA8, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915. TA. H10K8Y, Editor tod Owtm 50ep*t 7se*j elnbs of tow or more (40 woeks) 25a If this Number is oppcrtts aaa Jyw nam row inbserip- ZXO lion expire next issue No. 127 JMJMWS Of A FEATHER. ___ _ , Governor Junes E. Ferguson, ~ jwbo solved the boons question to ■WMft ■■;. {„ .K- .* tvp bis own satisfaction by abolishing _ T*. " w. nmoiy 01 i tenantry on bis plantations in Bell Sontfa since wtoMfcra tas tas I d ^ ^ ... - " & V [method of turning his renters into B£Lf?TJ TfL ISZJ M hluld wd asking thei...

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

if II mmwk 11 i§?ar* ' < 9 i ' ^ 1' . . Oft ;' " % ttnssffili little 'SL ■ m&mf:' «« vowing the PIPIIP®?! c P Jai «tory, . mSh IllfSII By Oeorob Patullo. mMM <3M ,i a ptwrfvl irgvmmt agatmt ike 0m^^p<Aiticiam r*W* of md for the oowi rtfor m planks m the new SooiaUtt state pUtf&rm. { f . i (Conclusion.) What they related so astonished J. Brutus that he was moved to skepticism. "Ton say you've nev- er spoken a down words to her in your life and yet she sends yon a letter lite this!" a i "That's about the she of it, Mr. Spivy, sir." "Humph I" "And yon needn't humph like that either," broke in Sally Jo, sitting np very straight, "because it'* the troth. She's just one of these fool women, and Mr. Jim has been too polite — yes, , you have — you're fir too goodnatur- ed, Mr. Jim. I've told you that a hundred times. But that's no reas- on why—" "I'm sorry, ma'am," said Spivy hastily. "I didn't mean to question your husband's story, I assure you, but it did strike me as —er...

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