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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

<> ri "> tj i •V i u Southern "Mercury Farmers Union Password United With Die □ □ United With Ibe National Co-Operator and Farm Journal FROM MONTEMORELOS. FARM JOURNAL Volume 28. DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MARCH 20, 1907. Number 24. Co-Operator and Farm Journal that are thatched with long grass that —— grows along the banks of the irriga- Graphlc Description of the City, the tion ditches. 8cenery Surrounding and the There are several churches in the Products. city. The Catholic church is very old and It looks as though it had passed Dear Co-Operator: A short time through some stirring scenes, and it ago, your correspondent paid this ro- should be retired to make room for mantic and picturesque city a visit, a modern style building to worship in. The first Indication that the tourists The Baptists and Presbyterians have have that they are approaching the erected some handsome church build- city as they are going southwest is ings here. they will see from the cars that the As t...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator And Farm Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

It THK NATIONAL CU-Ul*ifiKATOK AfTD FARM JOURNAH ARMSTRONG'S SPLENDID WORK. Our Count/ Union met on March I GOOD WORKING BROTHER. — and • and bad a pleasant and Inter- Organizes ■ Big Union In McLennan eating time. We are growing in Dear Co-Operator: Please And en- County and 8ete the People on strength steadily. My home Local is closed a club of ten. It is getting easy Fire With Unionism. about as atrong as It can become now, to raiBe a club for Co-Operaior. The —— because nearly all in reach belong scales are beginning to fall from our Dear Co-Operator: Last night, to It Cheer up, you brothers who eyeB at last. We have one co-operative March 8th, I had the pleasure of meet- are downhearted. Keep things mov- gin in our community which has sl- ing with Brother Armstrong at his ing, you brothers who are active and most paid for Itself this season, thus Sppointment at Roundtop schoolhouse, hopeful. Let us pull together and saving to the Union man what we have one mile south of Moody, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

lp'€ - ' > m* lb t>f mk || P:t' ,V i'*.U |.L ' THE NATIOWAU UU-UJTJJ/KAiUU AINU iTAKM JOTTRNAB COUNTY UNION MEETING. ATTEND TO BUSINES8. Interesting and Enthusing Speeches Mads and a Great Awakening Was the Result. Dear Co-Operator: Cypress Creek Local Union bad the honor of enter- taining Nevada County Union at its last regular meeting. The program was arranged to have the first dayman open session, and Bro. Lewis, our State Lecturer, to entertain the people. Though £e failed to mr* rive until about 3 p. m., we had a very Interesting meeting. While the weather was very unfav- orable, the people began to gather reasonably early, and by 11 o'clock we had a good crowd and other speakers being present, our County Organizer, especially, who began to'instruct the people on Union principles. At 12 o'colck we took a recess until 1:30. Dinner being spread by our la- Jles, we all feasted until we felt un- pleasant, and I want to say right here to the credit of our ladles, that we aave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

FARM JOURNAL THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AXD FARM JOURNAL. *=• GEO J«4 weekly, every Wednesday. The Farmer*' ■duoatlonal u4 So-Operative Union Publish- ing Company, ad t(7 Commerce It, Dallas, Tana. Of subscription, on* dollar year. In advance. Intcred aa second-class matter No- vember 18, 1906, at the postofflce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March I. 187S." idnrtlslng rates will be furnished oa application. tr betray thia trust. We feel our respoo- The Crawford vllle (Qa.) Union papers per hour, which will enable us slblllty now more than ever before. Warehouse Company has just sold to get Tht> C > Operator to ulI oui sub- With the combined great circulation ninety-one bales of cotton to the scrlbtrn cn time. of both the Co-Operator and The Mar- Greensboro cotton mill, at 11% cenjU Wj hi.'l do our very best to mal;e cury, oar opportunity for doing good per pound. The warehouse wius evory The Co-Opera'-ir a better pappr from Is greatly Increased, and our responsi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

V / Ira it y;> t • < Trinity Life and Annuity Society ===== Dallas Texas ====== Sells Annuity Contracts Only PAYS BENEFICIARY four to one hundred dollars per month for one hundred months or for life. COST- Three to thirty cents per day. Attractive contracts to live agents. Address R. T. Benefield, Secy., Scollard Bid?., 0 M Dallas, Texas. "Increase "Ycmr Yields PerAcre? Xhei v. i Make the Farril Pay Big Money It does not matter much what crops you raise—cotton, tobacco, corn, rice, all fruits, peas, potatoes, onions, cabbage and ail other vegetables—you can easily "make your farm pay big money" by carefully preparing your land, and about ten days before planting use liberally Virginia=Carolina Fertilizers/ You will then greatly "Increase your yields per acre," for these fertilizers contain the necessary plant foods which your soil needs, and which will make your crops grow abundantly. Study carefully Virginia-Carolina Fertilizer almanac, and follow the suggestions in it. This ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

* - . * THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND PARM JOURNAL. OLIVER'S MUSIC HOUSE HOME TREATMENT For Women You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home, for your female troubles, wouldn't you? Well, It can be done. No reason vby you should not be able to re- ft eve or cure your suffering, as thousands of other women have done, by proper use oI the Cardul Home Treatment Joe Moorhead. of Archibald, !. T., writes: "My wife suffered from female trouble for years. I tried doctors' remedies, but they did no good, so, on your advice, I gave her the Cardul Home Treatment, and now she hard\f suffers at alL" Purely vegetable, harmless and non-intoxicating, Cardul la an ideal female tonic, for young and old. Sold by all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it A white color indicates that they have T. rrrv- a**—. MM. phur tl MCd tor bleaching frulte, tf.no 4 Oig Q Factory fa lh« ■orld-Tb. there is a Ukellbood of contamination. W. W. Kimball Co., Chicago. We am sell Both pears and apples should be free...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

I inn UA'lIOTfAD CO-OPBHATOB AND PABM JOUBNAII v / INCUBATORS 40 DAY8 FREE TRIAL Poultry Department nuomlnSmuSrM ha t he be* bsfebtor r*wd. ■■■B^HHBIItUthcaMiMttoopcimU. It utbalovutprisrfomtfbatmlhthmahbib GUARANTEED FOR IO YEARS Bhipptd aarwhw* osM dmy. nu MUAL-ua. It. Wit U. If ttli Botallwaatalm return It at our •t*enm. Write tor eoapl.t. FKC1 etteUtf ot Otwt WwUra tneutators tad brood.ra. ■■(AT •ESTERS IMS SATO* CO. MONEY MAKERS MY STRAIN OV WHITB BOCKS tt* regular lajrlni machines.* First prise dinners at Texas State Fair, IN per year per hen. II ens M pen. 42.60, and Snd pen I1.S0 per settlna. Order to-day. J. T. OWENS, B. V. O. 7, Box 78, Dallas, Texaa Ret. Editor of this publication. ^"iSSSUSSlSL^. THE GINNERS COTTON CO., OF WACO, TEXAS, offers BOM BULE "PRESSES FOB SftLE Price of press saved each season. An exchange, talking about this very farmer, says: "He now buy* space regularly and sells all of the high-claas fowls he can raise, and during the hatching season sellB al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 20 March 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPEBATOB AND FARM JOURNAU " STEREOSCOPES NAMK8 orFAMMCRt. Bouth wen tern Far-1 Aer wants names I of fanner* likely to I be intereHted in Its I big, haiulaoiueljr il-1 lufltrated farm paiier. Fori I naioes it will allow our I readers 25c and a stereo V __ • scopic outfit. The subscrip I tion price is 86c. fend 5 names and addresses I of farmers and 25c. The publishers will enter! you as it subscriber fully paid for 1 year. They f will mail you FREE a boys' and girls' stereo scope and SO views. Address, togtmwesteri^ajjimjoj^jmostm^tcjatj WAREHOUSE WINS AGAIN. . V ^SAFETY 9 IMPREGNATING OUTFIT Getsin foal all mares bred with it and greatly increases the income from vour stallion. Durable, easily used and GUARANTEED to produce results. A necessity for every horse breeder. Can YOU afford to be without one? Price. $7.60. Wri'* for descriptive circular. 1.0. CRITTENDEN, 23 -OX BUM.. ELYRIA, OHIO. t '■ «■* v , J f .i v }rp£ - ^ " r. Dear Co-Operator: The Farmer# Union, thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

> f / Southern Mercury % United With The National Co-Operator and Farm Journal V "C w 0 □ D 10PBKA KAH & jou Volume 28. DALLAS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 7, 1907. A GOOD LETTER. Number 25. m * tlce, that he was the rather of the A Brother'. Wise Counsel-Stick to Southern Mercury, a paper that has Principles and Pay All Dues done more for reform among the mass- Freely and Promptly. es tban any other paper in the United States. When the dark clouds arose, Dear Co-Operator: There is no doubt he stuck to his anvil, and hammered in my mind as to our being right in away, until the Union was organized, the principles of our organiation and and in the year 1904 he bought the if we will stand together lor a while Password, and merged it with the longer we will accomplish the purposes Southern Mercury. Since that time it for which we organized, that is to say, has gone by the present name—Mer- the taking care of our business and cury-Password controlling of the prices of the pro- JuBt a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. KING COTTON. In the South and the Benefits of Warehouses. By John T. Garner. Gentlemen and Brethren: We want done to any legitimate business, and claim the attention of every cotton when the cotton growers prosper other grower and good citizen in every An Address Upon Present Conditions bus,"e 8 Prospers. Then, who can ob- locality, and should secure the hearty Ject to the farmer attending to his co operation in the movement now en- own business? gaging the thoughtful consideration When wo establish a banking sys- of our-most progressive farmers. tern in connection with our cotton When our warehouse plans have warehouse, to enable us to finance our been adopted by all til® people, the * *„il, „„f tiniwiitncv m.o cotton crop, we will then have solved farmer will no longer auction his cot- a f . . . ' „ld the great problem of handling cotton, ton on the streets to the speculators once King of America, and easily cou d the M of oJd ,)Ut a new ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

TIIE NATIONAL CO-OPEKATOR AND FARM JOUBtfAU v A i tmUUrm Oombaulifa Caustic Balsam Hit Imitators Bat Ho Compitltore. A Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure for OnrK Splint. Bwwtny, CappM Hock, BtrkiBM Tendon*, rounder, Wind Puift, and all ltmeneu from 8pavia, lin|bon« and other bony tumora. Ourea all (kin dieeaaei or ruuitN. Thruih, Diphtheria. Removes all Buathoa from Hone* or Cattle. Ai a Bamanjtemedy for HhenmaHem, Spruna, Bore Throat, ma, Itli Invaluable. Every bottle of Cauatio Balaam eold la Warranted to cive auna'aotlna. Price $1,60 por bottle. Bold by drugtfl.u, or aent by ex- •row, ehartrra paid, with full directions tor ill uk. ElTBend for deaarlpUoo circulars, testimonials, eta. Addnai Tha Lawrince-Wllllamt Co., Toronto, Ont. FROM OKLAHOMA. Corporation Gins Boycott Farmers' Union Members—Build Union Co-operative Gins. . i Dear Co-Operator: We have a mem- bership of 102 In our Local Union at Ingalls, Oklahoma, and we are trying to build a gin in Ingalls; but It being away from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. FARM JOURNAL " O. P PYLE Managing Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weakly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Union Publish- ing Company. ICS and 36? Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. Terms of subscription, on* dollar • year, In advance. ■Entered as second-class matter No- vember 18, 1900, at the poatofflce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879." Advertising rates will be furnished on application. n We are a gnat people, we are. We loan our money to National banks at onc-lialf of one per cent, and bor- row it back at five and six per cent. There can bo no better or stronger proof of tlio country's prosperity than this. Only a phenomenally prosperous people Could do business that way! GROWING IN TEXA8. r The Farmers' Union is growing in Texas now much faster than before. More than 500 Locals have been or- ganized since last August. This is Beveral more tt an were organized from Au...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

£ THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOl? AXD FARM JOURNATj. > Trinity Life and Annuity Society - — Dallas Texas ~ Sells Annuity Contracts Only PAYS BENEFICIARY four to one hundred dollars per month for one hundred months or for life. COST - Three to thirty cents per day. Attractive contracts to live agents. Address R. T. Benefield, Secy., Scollard Bldg., j0 j0 Dallas. Texas. Prosperity * Is Yours in all your farming, whether you grow melons, grapei, berrie , apples, or other fruits, vegetables, cotton or tobacco, if you use from 200 to 1000 pounds of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers per acre ten days before planting, and some more later r as a top dressing. The ingredients in these fertilizers will supply to your soil the elements which have been taken from it by constant cropping. You can get valuable information about planting from Virginia-Carolina Fertilizer almanac—free to farmers. If your fertilizer dealer has not a copy left, write us for one. I hey are "going like hot cakes." Many farmer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

FOR DELICATE WOMEN It Builds Strength What is medicine for ? To cure you, if sick, you say. fc But one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness, because different medicines act on differ* ent parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver, another to < the throat, another to the spine. Wine of Cardul to the womanly organs. Most female troubles are caused simply by lack of strength. Delicate women particularly suf- Advisory Dept.,ch*n«n^«M«'di"einVc"o~cha««ni>oK«,T€ni . fer on this account. The most obvious way to l^elp them. Is to give them a medicine which will bring them the womanly strength they lack. Mrs. Wo. Turner, of BartonviUe, 111., writes: "I suf- fered for years with female disease. My back and head hurt me every month, and I suffered agony with bearing- down pains. At last I took Wine of Cardul; It haa im- proved me wonderfully and now I am In good health." HUWB R/IAV Writ* for Pre* 64-page Book for Wo- f It "<n DvUA man. If you need Advice, describe 0AB...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

"T" v !:m THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAIi. INCUBATORS 40 DAY8 FREE TRIAL > The Graal Western 1 neabtto? 1 baattiu best hatching record. . _ , __ . .It l« the eeeieetto operate. It l« the lowest priced Oee« hot wafer Incubator mode. GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS Shipped Mjrwhtre onto day. FREE TRIAL—um It* test It. iritis not all wo claim return It at our •iprn*#. Wrlta for complete FREE catalog of Oreat w altera lncukatora and brood el*. BRIAT WEtTIM IKCOBATOR CO. •II Liberty St.' Kansas City, Mo. MONEY MAKERS MY STRAIN OF WH1TB ROCKS ara regular laying machines. First prise winners at Texas State Fair, 220 eggs per year per hen. 15 eggs 1st pen, $2.50, and 2nd pen $1.50 per setting. Order to-day. J. T. OWENS, R. F. D, 7, Box 75, Dallas, Texas. Ref. Editor of this publication. FENCE fi'. Made of Nick CartoN colled wire. We have do ecenta* Sell direct to u*er at i?ee*enSO (SOILED SPPIH0 FEMGECO. Box 214. W1NCHMTBR. INDIANA. Hat and Dye Works Largest factory in the South- west...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 27 March 1907

THIS NATIONAL CO-OPEBATOR AND FABM JOURNAIi ;f- | pf R I < 100,000 CLUB Before the New Clip of Wool Comes In. 1 COOPERATOR 24 primer solid. 7345ta GtoGhSG ta56ta5lira Now that the annual meeting of 11,e Rio Grande Woolen Mills Co. (Co-Operative) of Albuquerque, Nlew Mexico, has been held, and lias passed the amendments to its by-laws that were proposed at the Congress of Co-Operators held at Topeka, Kansas, for the uniform government of Co-Operative Societies in the United States, we propose now to give every man and woman the oppor- tunity they have been waiting for, to do something for themselves and Co-Operative Manufacturing, by working to raise the 100,000 Club by the first of June, or sooner if possible. We have fooled along long enongh. There are ten times that number of people who are anxious to own tlu'ir own machines, and to do it before our country is thrown into the financial crisis that the Wall Street gamblers are going to throw it into before long, as they have the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

wv -SAw* , a TOPEEA rarmers Southern Mercury Union Password &■ :'<*> United With United With The National Co-Operator and Farm National D □ Co-Oper&tor Farm Journal Journal DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 3. 1907. Volume 28 Number ? 6 COTTON brother farmer, where you can get the best advice for your interest. Suggestions as to Prices to be Ob- Yours for the betterment of our coun- tained on the Crop Remaining try. J. J. GAUT. with Farmers. Alvord, Tex. LIVE FLORIDA LOCAL. ft To Texas Unions: For the benefit of those who are writing to this office for information on the future prospects of cotton L?V Dear Co-Operator: Rod Hill Local Union was organized in May, 190C. prices, we adopt this method of reach- We had heard nothing ot The Farm. ing all. It seems quite evident that the ers' Union until then. We went to work with a vim and we have now farmers have only to hold their rem- 40 membcrs> 0urs is one of the best V i nant, scattered throughout the coun- try and marke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

—I THE NATIONAL CO-OPERA TOR AND FARM JOURNAL Rupture *•" Ma Hans a, Always a Parted Fit - MluslaM* It Any Ms* Parson law, Camfortabla, Navar Mpa, Na Otmilaai ivrlnga or Pwl* Coata IN MEDINA COUNTY. proposition. Thin begins to sound like Union's minimum price for it tbls sea- ■ . business and business principles and son. They were especially blessed Assistant State Organizer Works Up tbe sooner Tho Farmers' Union every- by not bavins the staple storm-dam- This County and Seeks New where gets Into position where it will aged and on account of the large Fields to Subdue, be esteemed responsible for its con- short interest at the time of tbe Oc- • tracts at home and abroad, the sooner tober storm in the eastern belt. Dear Co-Operator: The Farmers' we will accomplish our ends. I speak I do not think Texas farmers will Union Is now thoroughly organized in strictly from a business standpoint as be fooled into Increasing their acreage Medina County. About every place I see things. I would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. \ la Factory Price No one else makes you so liberal a trial offer. Our (£•,000 bank Doud guarantees you (hat any buggy you buy of us will slay right two years, And you can "Trf '"Anderton" Top Bum ANDERTON yoar maney your p->ekat." Absolutely no money note required while you use the buggy SO days Write for catalog and selling plan. The ANDERTON Miff. Co 7« Third Strost, Clnolnnatl, Ohle. {, f i > li v S I r i [ li t v I cently. Over here in Louisiana we are building warehouses, and we have built a central warehouse at Winnfleld, a splendid, good house, very large and in fact a credit to the State; but, alas! As Is very often the case, It was in need of money to do business on. We took up the matter in our Local, as I say, at It* last meeting. We first dis- cussed the subject pro and con, and Bhowed the benefits, also what would be the results If we failed to render our aid. As a result we made up $110, and If the local had been fully ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. 1 untold gnod. He never fails to con- %♦< > II >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ MI4111♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ >♦♦ I■ I >11111 ♦ ducts > long. The grout good which appiirtenancet and better church not the cutthroat prices of the trad* ■vince, and his good work follows on. ■ J 1 L~ —A1 1-MJ! Al i-i—s. FARM JOURNAL O. P PYL.E Manarlni Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Union Publish- ing Company. I<5 and 367 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. Terms of subscription, on« dollar a year, In advance. 'Entered as second-class matter No- vember 13, 1900, at the postofBce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879." J. L. Barron, Secretary • of the jJ (i corgi a State Union, write* us that «■ the work i.s progressing there with leaps and bounds. The great At- «• lanta meeting was worth many thou- sands of members to Georgia. A FREIGHT fiEI'A RTMEST. r. We arc to cha...

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