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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 February 1916

M Tfmit " ,: mm. ■it" , ^ r~ State Office Notes. W. T; VBBB, State Secretary, Ciaeo, Tens. Temple local No. 1034 elected (Mrs. M. C. Richardson, local sec- retary. All matte** pertaining tc local affair* should be addreaed to her in the future. • • • Bowie County Organizes. In spite of the severe weathex we had, enough staunch and ent hunastic comrades at our mast meeting on Jan. 29, to start things going. Frank Crawford, of New Bos- ton, R. N. 6, was elected as coun- ty chairman juad ye Bcribe as coun- ty secretary. Sufficient names were supplied to turn in to the commissioners court „ as election judges for the various voting box- es of the county. Everyone present was enthus- iastic and pledged themselves to go back home and not only revive old locals but endeavor to organ ft' lie new ones. Now Comrades (you that were not there, are the ones I am talk- ing to now) we are going to have another mass meeting at the court house in Boston on Feb. 29, and I want everyone of you to come...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 February 1916

8®1SIPP^I& wmL . ■' Ti |M£fiB&li&'!# ■ ,r!..;:'.-,•. fflsfc .■'.- .' ,• y. ~* v> |- # ****&♦ a -v ■;: & ••&"-' i: W :" •.! I N. C. Osborne, one of the Fan- nin county Rebs, picks up five names with instructions to send them "40 weeks more of your hot dope." G. A- Herrainger remits from Ho and writes: "Just read The Kebei and want to congratu- late our comrades of Old Mexico and Tom Hickey for the truthful Rebel. Maybe the American peon will get some backbone yet. " E. L. Poff remits for sub sold in the rural precincts of Dal- las county. He will get more scalps soon. W. B. Taylor, Cone, Ark., sends a bunch of names to whom he wants The Rebel to "feed the whito-hot truth." These Arkan- sawyers are getting as busy as the Oklatiom&ns. ,W. H. KirkUnd rounded up four piney-woods peons and wants The Rebel to do the rest. He writes: "We all like The Rebel, and it is time we were liking, for the farmers in East Texas are surely in a bad fix." R. B. Taylor is a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 February 1916

K *SW •v\ ..-*rs>"v. 1 /, - wv*- •••••> ' <:„-• ' ■ •- :•■ '. ".Tii® .'■. .••'■■■•■■ ' • ■ .v- .jj. .. -*-• ,,. .;■,••:• . \ " 'WW '.' ;'V5« g^jgA: ■,.>..■•.;. j '.■.^■r.^s'y.tT 3WJBK . > tfS If i I v<. i-i, m mi w t><- ?•:' THE RELBEL By 100UXX) ACTUAL FARMER* EACH WEEK- « Orgmm Lmd Lmgu* of Ammo* C0e per year. In elubs of 4 or men S5o Mok t ysart for $1. fa OBBAT ima OUAT TO OS OWLY SBOA0SB WB ARB OW OOB - urr en arise f A HIOKEY Editor tod ()*w 5 *r per fmr; elubs of i<mr o uioi> <40 weeka* 25e p If thia Number ia op post* your iton expire* next i* « iberia opp<mte OOA your aubserip LOU J' ' «iw m w«a4-«iMB aitta Jaty IHI, a* tk« po*tofft«« M HaiU«tt -tlU *•«.. utir Mt *f Mar I. llf HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1916, y") "mmmmrnrnm •vo. 238 Liars Cornered The Enemy Within is now using his hired Hessian brains to becloud the minds of the multitude through the movies. The latest ■tunt of the inside enemies of our country is to pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 February 1916

§7, -;M . 4 W-1 ANOTHER STAB BACK. 1 % I ■•! -JhH m ■Ji |l||f 1 i ■ ■ i I. i The Rebel has given a great deal of time and thought to the I residential ticket of our party for thia campaign. For the first place on thp ticket there are three candidate*: Arthur LeSueur, president and general manager of the gnat People's College of K«n—; Allan L. Benson, of New York, a magazine writer of international fame; and JaraesH. Manrer, of Pennsylvania, well known aa a trade* union of- ficial. There are two rice presidential nominees, Mr*. Kate O'Hare, of St. Louis, lecturer and newspaper writer; and George Kirkpatrick, of New York, ipcsker and writer. For the benefit of our reader* we ahall place before them the achievements of the various candidate* for these two nominations # ' ARTHUR LB SUEUR. Fir*t, aa to LeSueur, and we place him fir*t becaose in The Rebel '* judgement he is the mad who posse*** all the parta that go to make a great nominee for the presidency. They might be ramrasr- i d aa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 February 1916

&'■ Hw-'. j i ctk«w<MSW KSSBSBS5SSS C^S?! & A I'f. ■ *V " «.. V ■ Notes. 1 • ;■ JJ8 TO BRANDE{8. Mr. Louis D. Brandeis, the Bos- ton lawyer, who earned the enmity 1 hey Dare ? W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cboo. Texas. ■ •>T. ton iswyw, woo Hra«a u« wuiuv _ Qklah°rna^ The Rebel of many of our ruler* who own the Ballot Prom The \S orkers ! asto charged and steeL oil, cosl, land and money of The Jkppeal To Reason in a head Morgan, Rockefeller, "■ v * • i • i .u i i L. lirtA nnerv. iwue nf Kdb. 5th. n OOINO AFTER TI1E WAR I* JPJitJ&T* «™>4n 1 — Take i;he Rebel has continously proved that the DnPon*, 'jsM*. . Organization. 11 have spent many lste hours ndying and planning, trying to lerise some way whereby a more Widespread interest may be creat- fd in the minds of the working toward organisation. _e lack of interest in many pacta in Texas i no small matter pniz&tion depends the our movement Victory or the working class will never some without a struggle from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 February 1916

i •- I'-.-sfc -:v • : .-.Vl HHP THE WORKERS MUST WIN mm ■ w: rv (For The Rebel by Arthur Le- Saenr.) AU proposed Rural Credit I - filiation to date ha* in a measure at least, attempted to segregate the farmer*, the idea being to re- cognize him only as a separate en- tity, naturally separated from the rest of society. Perhaps the prime reason for this attitude of mind on the part 0f the authors of the different bills is because of the fact that the far mer has thus far not deemed him not at all increase the purchasing power of the worker*, nor at all tend to increase consumption of the raw material. This tends rath- er to keep down the price of raw material while raising the price of the finished product Add to the foregoing the fact that this ahu tends to leave an unconsumed ba lance for export and the whole vi- cious circle of robbery is complete. What has this to do with rural credit? Under the usual plan of Rura! Credits, which i« followed by the self an integral part of society...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 February 1916

Eg mmm?w WM' ' ®:i' ; "^ ~ . ■ v \' .-'M' ? _ •.. , - * • i ft;"ii'jOf zt. -r,v. -.sasss: -3S5g,..-jt^.,,4;!,i,,i ■ ', "ry; v 1 *ftu'*:V- ' V^■ -. - - ~ •■ ••;;•>•>•"*••<. - -. «•.:• • •>.-. •;"•■> ' ■ * V - , - ?pf - 7™"- ■->•'•• </^fj .., ... ■ ■ ^ _J§| SPS- -SS* ; ' \ '> • , • ' ;. Pastes — JL., THE REBEL Li '.' • SCAD JI 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK- Orpan M Lmgm 0f Ammrio*. Mb per year. IS dak* of 4 or ". 8 year, for $1. * tffiu COUU.T CO U OMLY 00*00 Wl AM OX 00* - 10W US AMSMM. T.A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50e per Tear; clube of tour or more (10 weeks) 26e If thia Number ia opposite « your name your subeerip Z4U tion expiree next iasue 4*-- J*r >. Mil, el the pcstattlec it Wsllrtti " Ml Mat. ^ im HALLETT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1916. The Last Word. NO. 239 We learn from Home and State of thia week that the prohibition leaders are calling for 5000 Tex- ana to carry petitions through their respective communities to secure names in su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 February 1916

m - |'Ar*r .■>• *1 • ,<* m <S • . ••h'v \ ■Mam Hjm — pN? ' I I I 1 I II I ;|H. & K The strike at Clifton and Mor- enci, Am., has resulted in a par- tial victory for the men. It may be Mid that they won the first victory in the battle that will re- sult « the ownership of the min- eral resources of the nation b> the people of the nation. In some respects it wsa the most remarkable strike in the history of mining struggles in the United States. There were no Couer D' Alcnc or other bull pens. There was none of the savagery of Crip- ple Creek or Trinidad, no Lud- low* with the burning of women and children. There wan peace, strange to say, eren with a Democratic sher- iff and Graham county authori- ties. The reason was that Governor Hunt refused to call out the state militia and intimated in the moat express terms that no outside gun man who was not a citizen of Ar- izona could cross the line. Hence the skirmish was won and I say "skirmish,'' because I know that those w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 February 1916

asSfe. . . *«? ;■ <:v- ■• wSM pfflHraE • .-■ , t • «■ 5W ?w^v TV'W-.V ;". ' v f . V* 5$T • — '«t' State Office Notes. rfA*'-sV- W. T. 1THBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. Houston County Getting Busy. At a mass meeting held at <}rockett the county was thorough- ly organized and election officers were recommended for every vot- ing precinct in the county. L. A. ilollis Co. Sec. • • • New Locals Organized this Week. Lewisvdlc No. 1903 — J. H. figgleston. Sec., Lewiaville. Rockdale No. 2374 — A. J. Ei- land, Sec., Rockdale. Crosby No. — J. B. MiUer, Sec., Crosbyton. Winnsboro No. 2376 — S. B. Whitley, Sec., Winnsboro. :Kc!> 'V-. • • • W. D. Simpson has had a suc- cessful trip through the south portion of Eastland county and organized good locals at Romney, Long Branch and Carbon. • • • Socialist Meeting. Everyone interested in the So- cialist movement in Coleman Co. id requested to meet at the coutr- house in Coleman, Saturday, March 4th at 1:30 p. m.—Espec- ially the Coleman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 February 1916

m m '4mtm i ' :'iii ^ ■ M $$£■ SB OUR ^sippf1 SB ISSH ^ . * . * > ^>3'. *. ta*/ ■ •^#|, * ^ ,J§8B Mmtzm'm WANT A D/S. THE WORKERS TT/XSO* AND ROTATION. TO CUNB. IS AND FOB FAJ Y- . ,V;.- Ill mi i m W. J. Young, an Upshur coun- ty Reb. renew* and writes: "My landlord is a Democrat, but be ays he ia going to quit that party as it haa treated nnall landlords as badly aa it haa the tenanta and mortgaged farmers." H. J. Parker sends a dollar sud a list of 100 Coleman county nam- es to whom he had Rebel No. 236 sent, preparatory to a sub-getting eampaign. A good idea. R. E. Billingsly haa started a little news stand in Austin and orders a weekly bundle of ten to start with. He is one of the veter- an Socialists in that Donk-ridden burg who knows what it takes to get them going. Mrs, 8. D. McWhorter writes: 'MVe have been without The Re be! as long aa I can sia#d," and •ends in four names of Hender son county hungerers for the white-hot truth. H. M. Pendergraas sends in a bunch from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 March 1916

' l" ''"'i* ' ' v mif'Q- XmS ■■■ j'i-i ' I! J' " , ..v ... .. . ■ /'" 'v .'V ' - . HERE 1<XMX A< EACH ffl Im* 4 la elnbs of 4 . 3 yMJ, far|L I (!< — ;.""'";V" i ;W— "v i" ■■ ' ■'i •.. ....' s , . .'.". v''. J j-?"' ;v -i: ?t\ ■ - 'T7#x; f / * - •«■.'>/si 1 ri^^a^aq $wm i ■■'< ■ b.V " '''"TV . ' C*. 1 •'• ,ll'. - fc ■ ... _ _ V<P v OEXAT &mu OUU.T TO OS OKLY i t - US ABB OX OOB — in oa mi, «t tk* fOK *« \ HALLETT8VILLK, ^tXA8, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 191®. V*' H ; + T.A. HICKBY, Editor and Owner 50e per /car; clubs ol four or more (40 week*) 25« If this Number is oppout* - your nam* your subserip 241 tion expires next issue No 240 I _ The land revolution h under under way in Mexico the the day when Fr—cmoo Madero issued hisSan Luis ition in 1911. It ia stronger than when he waa murdered after the flight of Diaz from Mexico City. The land revolution ia the aain question in evecyohe of the itea of Mexico just as much as it ia the major question in such states as Texas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 March 1916

J? fefppl HKQPk ■Wi': ■cm ■ ^ W W f/ A x^£*n>'> jeiienon, wit 0* W§| . ...&WfcU- v ' j ■ I > Ls^i. ) R* T W I fet: -*y >•• *§' r f I ■ • ■ 111 Cii ]*, kTiidirT iZ^ m needs a revolution every 25 yeam" The np of MontT | wmmmfmmmmmm THE CRADLE-ROBBERS STIRRED. SBBRKMH I 4. RAILROAD 9-HOUR DAT. TOOK WORTH *ltf eetla *u profoundly correct aa may be gathered from the fact thatl Intenae interim, has been felt By J. B- M. V five short yean % Yueatan was the heU-h<fe of the human inj^ L newspapers of part icakiiy in the big cities as to Do you consider your life - to 5Srfr«5Jrr t. j ^ hacienda owners, | feature, are throwing fits ever the rice o< the railroads will go an 1 port—worth more than had made one of " And now the breath of Demos, coming through the mouth of I «ve northern Donks and Reps pas- eight hour: Did yon know that the Union revolution, has swept Yucatan of her within and without, H1 ** lower hwm ** Ojwess day. As usual the railroad attoc League Club m N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 March 1916

m i ?->?. •: >'- f- ~>- ■ "m v. — •- •- • alsh Wallops Frank P. W&lsh, who has made name immortal by hii work b the Industrial Relations Com- uauon, is still in the fight for fcial justice as hard as ever, the tyest scalp he has taken is that of fee P. P. Cl&xtojf, Commissioner W the Bureau of Education, Vaahiugton, D. C. While receiv- ing pay from Uncle Sam as com- missioner of education this fellow rent to work for a notorious unch of crooks known as the Na- ional Association of Manufactur- :rs who Were so thoroughly ex- weed some months ago as corrup- ionists and lobbyists and corrup- ers of public officials. lit an ►pen letter addressed to him Mr. Valsh says: I cannot too strongly protest igainst the action of a Govern- ment official, appointed and paid o promote the education, of the nation's youth, in thus giving re- lognition, sanction and approval o an organisation which has been jliscredited in the minds of all de- tent citizens who are familiar kith its re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 4 March 1916

1 1 1 8 ft STATE NOTES. SM I (W. T. Webb, Sec., Ciaco ,Texaa.) To Pint Dutrict Socialists Tex., Feb. 26. A call ia hereby tamed for no- mination of a district secretary. Make your nomination at once and LAND IN MEXICO. Not only in Yucatan lot in ev- ate in tbm bmu mux Xhe Donk Ghouls. Warren Card at the meeting of the Ohio / of the Sona of the Bero- lution laat week unwittingly he in- doraed the portion of the Bebel from A to Z. He aaid that he waa for preparedneaa because there vtf atate in Maxieo the land fight ia on and like all great questions H will never be aettled until it ia aettled right The great native landlord* who have already been (BapoMMMd and the great Euro- _ ♦!. a, | capitalist and landlords who WM1^^ to be trouble within thia eend to me not later then March have paper titles to great land country 15. If any local fail* to get the call I and mineral eoneeaaiooa, plua all Thia haa Ion* been the position direct from me, it ia beeauae 1 the powers like Cumtificot who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 March 1916

' ■ '. , • ' • ' v-:■ v ' - r- ' vrn. trXW3p THE REBEL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL J, FA&MERk EACH WEEK Organ Land Laagas of Amane*. tft 60c per year. In dubs of 4 or man Wk esafe. 8 jrw, for $1. ... \ PP^- «*■ obxay una coxat to as mit uoausb wi au ox otn - urr os a. Kin t .■ Hit'KEY, Editor i&<t Dww- ««. pei v«*r, «iotw of four •' uurv 4* *wki 25e if this Number is opposrt- ^ ja your name your rahwrip 242 tion expiree next issue Jltj L J ll, at the putattii it Hifflrtti >10*. hi. u|« Mt W Mu i. Ufa BALLETT8V1LLE. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1916. AfO. 241 m mm £ iTwii The Rebel believes that the time is ripe, rotten ripe, for a poli- tical, aye social revolution in this nation. Believing this, we also be- - lieve that the revolution is needed more in the southern states than in any part of the Union, Pennsylvania, New York and New England not excepted. Sweeping as this statement is it would be a bad mistake to judge this utterance as one coming from a superheated brain or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 March 1916

pr~ Wm w~:/. ■0 •f vt .->; fffplp \ wmmi a sr m ap|p$ *... mj-v.& v :• r- fBa^wSBSS iwSMI i ■: ■:? ' iSS® . v * v 1®fe . ,: :■ -• • ■v*w «:■ H? s%T": wm- B ■> '; Jjiri i ■ %?•" -v . -- ■• . . • % «iV. B3 feu tP#: -v ■K " * f ,v MEETS COLUNS. & 3 i 'i 9 I I || § :'l HI : II :P a R 1;.\V iff (Hallettsville New Era.) the auspices of Ihe it* of Columbus, of Yoakum, Peter Oollins, of Massachusetts, ■peke at the 0. K. theatre in that oitgr to a large audience. Aa pre- vioasly indicated in theae columns, hia entire add ran waa devoted to anattack on the Socialist party. Toakaa Socialiata triad vainly ta arrange for a debate with Col- lies, and, although, he boaata in hia ith of the varioua Socialiata he had met in debate he refus- te divide time. Bowser, Patton IcOord, the Socialist atate chair- was told by K, of C. officers halt verbal questions would be per- illed and that about ten liaatea would be permitted to a loaialiat that wiah Jollina' attack, on 1. E. Meitzen waa in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 March 1916

mff*" ; .-• V' .• A' ° ' f ■. - "'' :• *7JP< I' ^■*'rcrV<:'.- jjfc < - ' _ j> - .- -,yv«- jtnyli^iV'' I'I ''T11'; jjBiii' i';'r i . -■ ?.« ; JJHJ, - .' •- ^ \ see SINGLE TAX AND SINGLE TACTICS. I ' • _ , ". . ... r^... v - ^ fte Rebel is profoundly eon- versary of the day that St. Patrick ced that the Sin£e tax theory drove the snakes out of Irelaod, ill right and the only trouble, but made the awful of al- but it ia the single taxera. j lowing the landlords to remain, pTou can always depend upon aingle taxer to do one of three tags — cum the landlord, hoii banquet and vote the Democratic pet and ia the laat the trouble p. The Bebel haa attended ein- tax debates off and on for a Iteration. We have sat under ■ mahogany at dollar dinners Id shook our prehensible fiat in h face of Louis P. Post in the |tly days. We have attended Mr street meetings in the big ties and watched the police act [a guard of honor to the speaker I occasions where if Debs or Kywood had spoken the n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 11 March 1916

- JgSgf&ffi I c® % jSWBSy l- - V - |5" .. JS.^. ms&m ***.-#£ ' -". ns- saraS cerav. : m . .. ''•V ,V , • !PPj|; WmlI ■ . > I- v,' ft. || ■ll | ife " ,i'i k' , ;l •.. ft 5 • * | 'i I 11 I i' i State Office $0% iMt.: m. '•(: ■ W. T. WEBB, 8tafts Secretary, CSeco. Teas Save jroor v<*t for November. Keep oat of the primary trap this Iki llth rnnwptnt •£ Jones Co. is set for Aug. 2,3, 4 and S, at Loaders. To. Kate O'Hare will be the star Other speakerg announc- ed later. The 7th Congramianal District as organised March 1 with Dr. W. W. Latham ebainnan and J. C. Harrot ■ of Joaerabd, secretary. Local secretaries in said district will plesae report to, J. C. H r- ire* ; Joaserand, Tex. • • • Red River County.. The Socialists of Bed Biter County are called to assemble in mass, meeting at the city ball in Oarfamlle March 18, 10 a. m. for the purpose of organising the county and attend to other import- ant business. Come and bring your neighbor. W. D. Baird. • • • Bell County Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 March 1916

. " -• MW- * r 1 Pi ; r , -. ■ '••-Va,:: '• - *. " :*■ ' . ' ■ . , ;'~l" m ? ~P'-' ■tW -m ■*a mr m THE REBEL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK. Organ Land League of America. 50c per year. In.clubs of 4 or more 25c each. 3 years for $1. —r— THB O&BAT APPBAS OEEAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE AJUB ON OUR KNEES — LET US ARISE. T.A. IIICK BY. Editor and Owner 50c per year; clubs of fonr ir 1 more (40 weeks) 25c. If this uumber is opposite * rv your name your subscrip- ^4*3 tion expires next issue. Entered as second-«1m* matter July 1, 1911, at the'poatoffiee at Hallettn Title, Tex., under act of Mar. S, 187ft HALLETT8V1LLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1916. NO 242 OLIGARCHY K In last weeks' issue of The Rebel we produced facts and fi- gures showing'the urgent need for revolution in the south based upon agricultural conditions in Texas. This week The Rebel pro- poses to show that similar conditions exists in other southern states, aotably Georgia, which makeg necessity for a social re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 March 1916

•V ' , > - " 'v ' * ' ■■' ■ / -" v'- " ' ' ?,'®sa®ai I m • ..... ..■{ V8 TJBT^ MUZZLED BUP-PRE8S. in Force. Iff I'vl 1 w- I I v; r | i 4 & ' -P *" • ' ' • ■ ■. • ' - . :: - ' . ■ ' •' 1 I * ^ in. 'tr When William Lloyd Garrison kesbsrre, Hazel ton, Scranton, editing the Liberator, in Boa- Pittsburg and a hundred other ton, in the fortiea, he said: "The towns of Pennsylvania. Th<jy apathy of the people is enough to it of Cabin Creek. W. \a., ■uke the graven atatuea leap from' their pedestal*. He might have gone on to ray that apatby was baaod on ignorance. The aame ia true today. The the latest New York hand-me- down sweat shop garamenta walk of Pana and Virden, 111., and so on acroaa the nation. Therefore why not debar the seum of the earth from this or- ganization; but alas, they eould people are apathetic jn thi« hour not do it. Whvt The Dick or industrial gloom because they Military Bill — that is the an- ai? '&norant they are ignor- swer. We quote from the last is-...

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