ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: National Co-Operator, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 143 items from National Co-Operator, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
143 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

1 I I I The Union is Q rowing. In proud to «tate that the Un- ion is growing fast in Graham Conntyr We have two Unions Mganized in this county. Sawyer (keek Union has 32 and Panther Creek 16 members and still they •ase. On the 2 of September Ifevee will go to Swain County to •nganize their first Union. They bare 25 members to start with, •owe consider the ice broken in this section and success tor the JPkrmers' Union assured. There fess been some kicking, of course fry a few and'the best answer I lave for these kickers is that Iks Farmers' Union will never fenrt an honest man but might ffisve fatal to the business of a Our Unions here are now for* isolating plans for our future work relative to what we sell ami buy and as soon as we get •■r plans in shape I will be glad 1o give them to Co-Operator. Hoping you will open your great heart and send us a batch si Co Operators to circulate among the people as it will help *«ry much. Gko. F. Brock. Brock, N. C. teresting talks at our last ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

DEMANDS MADE. [PLANKS DBSIRBD IN DEMO- CRATIC PLATFORM BY VAR- IOUS INTERESTS DRAWN UP. WANT DISTINCT DEPARTMENT Provisions for Induturlal Interests Arc to be Asked -About In* dustrtal Education. On behalf of the Farmers' Un- ion and other industrial organ- izations of the State, a meeting of the special committee on platform demands was held last night at the Commercial Club rooms. Judge V. W. Grubba of Greenville presided and there was discussion of the matters that will be demanded of the Democratic State Convention as part of the platform of that party. The Democratic organization is appealed to as the dominant party in the State. It was ex- plained that the object of the movement is to found a system of industrial instruction in all the public schools of the State, to extend the work of the tech- nical and industrial institutions of the State and to make it pos- sible for all the boys and girls of the State to have the advantage of the agricultural research and instruction in t...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

p \ f m L tf it Breeze from the Mute. Kw|i on tlie It-vnl road; boya, Oet r«<a<ly for tlie |>ul1. tw|i thorn* lant«ra« burning. Vt'« kvap th.iee UuU>riiK full. lake um' of nil yuur droaa, hoy* Oritur nil cull* fro u Iteiu-e. form In rank ul acttou, liny , All ready to coinuieniv. I* careful liow thrtrm'k* «prea<l, Take out all rottwu tl«. HUoU kw|i yo ir ojoIkhi Ii And Watch for light* <tu<l lit*. Pat m ui| up >n f ho triwk. boyn. And h tlil all fooling* Kalnrd. We are alowly Kilning, liny*, Hoiuf w ' atial'iel.] Try *tty nu hooeet team; liny*. Be Ulthtul to the laet, BmIomh lu Improve, boys Menna ell > t like the pa t, Than work nntl work auil work boya, To kf p our line la |ilumh. Ataod Arm 11 all you do, boy*. We'll rank* tboae combine* bun. I thiol there'a light ahead, bora. Where common ligttta wont glow. Bar* oil, bum pine, tallow, boya. Or make a better ahow, I hate to call oar men boy*. They are ao great la deed. •at do not feel too big, boya Bacau...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

'K* MM &Vri0Si!£K HAT D n Vol. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. 1900. No. 33 PRESIDENT CALVIN'S ANNUAL MESSAGE The following is the annual message of President E. A. Cal- vin before the Texas Farmers' Union in regular session, assem- bled at Dallas, Texas, August 7, 1906. minimum price. At the regular annual meeting at Waco last August, a resolu- tion was passed fixing the mini- mum price of cotton at ten cents per pound, basis middling, at in- terior points for last season's crop. On the first of September fol- lowing the Waco meeting, the condition of the crop was so changed, on account of hot winds, and the ravages of insects, that the executive committee and my- self, acting together, decided to assume the responsibility and change the price recommended by the convention, to eleven cents. This was done, and I prepared and sent out a circular to the membership advising them of the change and the reasons therefor, and asking them to hold their cotton for eleven cents p...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

a ? M ) 8 S I $ I I ' 1 1 < 13 H i. Iu CALL FOR N A NONAL MEETING a large warehouse at Houston t Texas to be used as a central fo the Member.. <■( t ie Karuirr'M euucattoD- warehouse, for handling union *1 and Oo-OperatlTe Unlou < f America; , The National Executive Com-j mittee has requested that a call be Issued for a delegated meeting of the Farmers ^Educational and Co- operative Union of America, to beheld in Texarkana, Tex., Sept 6, 6, 7 and 8th, 1906. You are hereby called to meet at the above time and place as selected by the committee, for the purpose of electing officers and attend to any other business that may be brought before the meeting. The basis of representation will be one delegate at large from each State having one or more Local Unions, also one delegate for each twenty-five hundred mem- bers or majority fraction thereof. In determining the number of delegates each State is to elect none but members in good stand- ing, should be counted. We ask the State...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

-1 jife < FARriERS' UNION BUREAU OF INFORriATION. Conducted by the Snutli Carolina Farmers' Kducutlonal iiml Co-Operatlve Union. Mr-Communlcatlons Intended (or this departmt'iit should lie addressed to .1 > . Strltding, Penilletou. S. EARMERS' KALLY AT CLEMSON. President Mell today, 7tti Aug, surrendered and turned over the town, paraphernalia and grounds to the farmers of South Carolina and told them that Clemson Col- lege was the property of the farmers and for the insti ute week at least, all the officers and attaches «were at the command of the farmers, and the Farm- ers' Union composed bv odds the largest and strongest farm- ers' organization in the State, a great big, grand Farmers' Union Mecca was pulled off Wednes- day, National President R. F. Duck- worth and State President Good- win made telling speeches to a large gathering of farmers there from all over the state, and a grand day's work for the suc- cess of the Farmers' Union will be recorded to the credit of this...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

i E Bfi 1 I" .. [;w fe. I r ■ I if I i t? M ril I i i Ji V O. P. PYLE, Editor nu'l Proprietor. Pmbllnhetl Onrr Week i JltneoU. Tei<u TEKMK or Kl HiX RIFTlOSi. One Dollar a rear, tn <U nre. ^ BaWrr<l ml l'mt HIIlw MlneolH. Texan, in •eeond-clM* mail matter. A6*rri:>Hjtr rate* will he furntiihed ou ap- tUMkUoo. MIWEOLA. TEXAS. Al'OfST -'3, 1806. Th Home U the hope of the Nation. When IT9TJ family ova* a home free from mort- Itp, then Indeed, will we bare a pro«perou« •ointrj To own a home li a doty every ^4i owee to hlmeelf, hie family And hie ■•■■try. SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Operator subscriptions are tfUcont inued when the time (or which tlMy are paid expires. If an X appears More your name you may know that your subscription will expire with the ■cxt issue. You can not afford to ■Us a single issue. Be sure to renew la time. Be a thinker. Be a builder. Be not a dumper. Be not an obstructor. Be a man, a Union man. Let it be forever. no more mortgages Be brave and ing doubt...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

d TO REQULATE COTTON PRICES Farmers Union Planning to Con- trol the Cotton Crop and the Market. Austin, Tex., July 31. — From the number of charters which have been filed by the Farmers Union in the state department for the past several months for the purpose of establishing pub- lic warehouses for the storing of cotton, it appears clearly outlined that it is the intention of the members of that organization in in Texas to control the cotton crop, and to regulate the cotton market. A prominent member of one of these organizations stated a short time ago that it was the purpose of the Union to • regulate the market by regula- ting the output, when the price is suitable, the farmers will sell and when it is considered to low they will store their products in these bonded warehouses and wait until the demand becomes sufficient acute to bring the de- sired price. It is their intention to sell also directly to the spin- ners and hereby put a crimp in the operations of the commission men....

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

h f , I S| i r i M. n i: I- i i I r , ii K iter: THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column (todlcatwl to tire*I mot hem iMhey Join the home circle hi evening tMe. It is far greater pain for par jut* to see their little ones suf ferwitb the little trials and bur- ic as of life, which it is necesaa peods upon her skill in hiding from tho public vour conduct to her in private. She has to smile before the world to conceal the wrongs she lias to endure, and she is compelled to silence in private lost theso wrongs be in- creased She has left every- thing to devote her life to you and you have never indicated ry tliat they should bear than to your appreciation of her action, do the work themselves. But She has planned, toiled and ex- aoa&ildcan develop strength of hausted the resources of head jiuracter without Mich life dis-j and hand to minister to your 2V|£ne. Our human love must comfort and advance your inter ftc crucified that the diviner and ests, but not a word of gratitude teller love m...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

Book For Men. J. H. TERRILL. M. D. I>r. Ti-rrill n Intent Hook No. U.'l litt* lieen wrlttfu for men who deal re to i>oh- Ht*HH NOItM AI. Mt relict li. Iieiiltli (mil linp- plni-HM mill It Will III- l>( till- KIH-lltHMt Vlllue to meu In anv walk of llTi- who Miiffi-r 'vltli imy of tin' Spri'ial or IVI vIt' DIseiweM iM'i'ullnr to i lit-ir Hex ami wlio are In need i f KXI'KHT iiu'illi'al attention. Hr. Ter- i .l linn not published thin bock for profit 1'iit to (five uecetiHitry tu'leutlllc Informa- tion to tlioro who need it nnil It In eon- oeetled tobe the VKHV BfcH I' of It* kluil ever Jin 1i11hIii''1 and distributed to weak men. Senil for It TOliAY. It will be sent ABSOLUTELY FHEE In a plain, Nealedlenvclnpe (If you will lnentlon tht paper ami eucloHe hIx cents for postage anil pack iik> to any man who W afflicted with Varicocele, Stricture, Contagious Blood Poisoo, Lost Manhood. Sem- inal Emissions, Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Catarrh, Files, Hydrocele or any of the Chr...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 22 August 1906

St i - w it I Jf' f k\ 1 '#>* J PRESIDENT CALVIN'S lhrZ^T,ru^ „r Texa ANNUAL ADDRESS must build and own their eleva- tors, and sell their grain in a ' f" " t " P"*'- ; business like way. With a prop- ' , , ... . , - erlyconducted system of ware- <>bte should be incurred from the -it *u iiuw anuuiu uc 1..V- houses and grain elevators the beginning to the end of that supply of non-perishable prod- ucts can be regulated to the de- mand which of itself will bring about stability of price and cur tail speculation. What all should strive for is the abolition of the terrible scourge of gambling in farm products. AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION. 1st Sec. Ill of the constitution relating to eligibility of mem- bership is very vague and indefi- nite, and it is hard to make a proper ruling thereon; in fact, under its provisions a person en- gaged in merchandising, bank- ing or in speculating in farm products is eligible to member- ship if he is at the same time en- gaged in farming. It sho...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

I ■f % I RAT D D Vol. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1906. No. 84 ISSUES A CALL. Co-Operative Congress in Topeka, Oct |i.—Western and South- ern States to be Repre- sented. TO AGREE ON A PLAN. Purpose to Make Union of Co-Op- erative Organizations. A Farmers' Co-Operative Bus- iness Congress is hereby called to meet at Topeka, Kansas, Mon- day, October 22, 1906, in the au- ditorium, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the following purposes: To adopt for recommendation uniform Co-Operative Corpora- tion laws and plead for their adoption by the various State Legislatures; To prepare and adopt for rec- ommendation the most practical plan for incorporating co-opera- tive telephone companies with suitable by-laws for the same, and recommend them to all far- mer?' companies organized in the future and to those already or- ganized, To prepa e in like manner and adopt for recommendation plans and by-laws for Co Operative Exchanges, Co-Operative Clearinghouses, Co-Operative Warehouses, Co-Ope...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

Ti >* i J Lv.. v. The Farmer is MarchinR. Every page of history demon- strates two facts. All oppress- ion comes from organized lead- ers, L e., Ijeadqnarters. All liberty comes from the masses, i. e., the laborers. In commerce •11 middle men are both bears and bulls. They are bears when buying from the farmer, they are balls when selling to the consumer. The more he can bear the farmer and bull the consumer, the more money will go into the coffersf of the mid- dle men. If there are five mid- dle men between the farmer and spinner, there will be five pro- fits deducted from the real mar- ket value of bis product, and be will receive the pitiful little bal- ance. If there is the same number of middlemen between the spinner and consumer there will be five profits added to the factorv price, and the consum- ers wages will suffer accord- ingly- Farmers, organize your com- panies, build vour warehouses, your stores, your roads and do your own business with your own capital, brains and...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

Men Who Varicocele, With Stricture, Contagions BlooJ Poison, Lost Manhood, Seminal Emissions, Neno-Vital Debility. Epi- lepsy, Hydrocele, Catarrh, Piles and all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder and Prostate Glaitf, AT WORK ON THE COTTON W\REhOUSE DR. J. H. TERRILL. ARE QUICKLY CURED BY DB. TCRRILL. Dr. Terrlll'n Him has always been to give men the bent treatment at moderate coat, and tliit* alone in the key note ol IiIh remarkable SucCMfh He (linen th raeiitlonetl above are safely an<i quickly eured hy Ur Terflll In one- halt the time usually required by other forms ol treatment and he Riven to every patient a written, legal guarantee of positive and permanent results. An honest Investigailon amoiin the leading Banks, Commercial Agent es and Business Men of Dallas, will convince any one that Dr. Terrlll's hones- ty and Integrity are beyond reproach and that he Is absolutely reliable tu every respect. Investigate for yourself. If you cannot call upon Dr fer- rlll ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

J m V O. P. PYLK, KdHor mill Proprietor. Pabllnhed Once a Wwk at Mlneola, Tfta* TEHMM or MIIBM'RIPTIOK. One Dollar a vear. tn advance. Iitertd at Post Office Mlneola. Texan, at Meond-claaa mall matter. Advertising rate* will be furnished on ap- PttMtlon. KIM BO LA, TEXAS. AUOFHT 2(1. 1906. Tk* Home I* the hope ol tbe Nation. When tvevy family own* a home free from mort- gage, then Indeed, will we have a proeperoat MUlr;. To own a home le a duty every maa owee to hlmeelf, hie family and hie •one try. SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Operator subscriptions are IlKontlnued when the time for which they are paid expires. If an X appears before your name you may know that jreur subscription will expire with the aext issue. You can not afford to miss a single issue. Be sure to renew la time. "We batll<' fur the common good Our fin# In freedom'* cnuse unfurled As when, 'the embattled farmers stood And flrcd tlie «hot heard nround the world.'" Truth is mighty and will pre- vail. It is prevailing. P...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

J i The Farmers' Ualon Warehouse and Compress Company, Houston, Texas. To the Member* ol the Farmer*' l.'ntuir We have succeeded in securing large brick warehouses and a compress at Houston, which is the finest and most modern in Texas, for our use this season. These warehouses will hold from 40,000 to 50,000 bales of cotton, and with the compress costs us nothing except such repairs as will have to be made. This prop- osition was laid before the Con- vention at Dallas, August 7th and 8th, and received the unan- imous endorsement of the dele- gates present. This plan in con- nection with our interior ware- houses, puts us in position to hold our cotton for fair prices, at the same time protecting it from the weather and insuring it at the lowest possible cost. The charges for storage will be reasonable, and we have made arrangements to have money ad- vanced at a very low rate of in- terest. If you will study this over thoroughly you will readily see that it is the best plan that has...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

* . Jr ANNUAL CROP REPORT rlADE. 0RQANIZER3 WANTED. r i ip >1 CALL FOR N A TIONAL MEETING /to thr Member* ufJtliH Farmer'* Kilm itllnn- %Im>I ;o.l)|i'T llvi! Union of Vinirrlcn.; The National Executive Com- mittee has requested that a call be iwued for a delegated meeting of the Farmers Educational and Co- operative Union of America, to fcfceid in Texarkana, Tex., Sept. 6, 6, 7 and 8th, 1906. You are hereby called to meet at the above time and place as selected by the sranmittee, for the purpose of Meeting officers and attend to any •ther business that may be drought before the meeting. The basis of representation will fteone delegate at large from each State having one or more Local ETnions, also one delegate for Mch twenty-five hundred mem- Sere or majority fraction thereof, fil determining the number of delegates each State is to elect aone but members in good stand- ing, should be counted. We ask the State officials of sach State to take up the matter af rates with the Cha...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

f le re FARHERS' UNION BUREAU OF INFORriATION. Co ml iK'U'il by the South Curollim r rwern Ktlucutlonul ami Co-( >perutlve lulon. ■^■"fuiuniunlciltHiUH Intended lor Chin department nhouUl be iiddreHHed to J. BtrlblhiK, I'endleton. S. C. LOOKS LIKE 12 1-2C cotton. From every quarter comes the news of the disastrious re- sults of the recent dry and scorching sun following the lony rainy month of July. We ate sure that the loss by this hot spell will reach 40 to 50 per cent of the crop if hot weather con- tinues without 'rain until 15 of August. Don't be deceived; remember that about two thirds of the crop reporters judge the cotton crop by the looks of the stalk the same as thev would judge a growing hay crop. * * * Farmers' Union men: All ye that have no warehouses handy to store cotton, get at it at once and put up pole pens or most any contrivance to store your cotton in the seed. All you who do not belong to that class of farmers who are owned by the supply mer. had best prepar...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 August 1906

■fnrai I H ft V [ ; i ^ - i To The Farmers Union OF TEXAS, LOUISIANA, OKLAHOMA, and INDIAN TERRITORY. * , • -r-v. w. sr. THIS PALL is your opportunity to build Cotton Warehouses. Do not wait until next Spring or Summer when you will find yourself too busy with your crops but build no* in time to do some good this season and while you are financially prepared. Many Warehouses have been built and hundreds more are contemp'ated. all to be owne* and controlled by the farmers. Never before in the history of the South have the farmers been so determined to demand their rights in the naming of prices on their products. Like the Labor Unions that name the prices of their labor so should the Farmers Union name the price of their products. Cotton Warehouses in every town owned and controlled by the Farrr.ers' Union Is the only solution to the problem of maintaining the price of cotton, our costliest commodity. Build Now and Everywhere Regardless if Good or Cheap, Small or Large. YOU SHOULD DE...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 5 September 1906

D □ in VOL. 2. M INEOLA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 190 0 No. 85 Scientific Marketing. The above caption will be a ver- itable scarecrow for a great many- people, though the word signifi- es fact, truth, the right way; whatever is true and truth is scentific. Science is demonstat- ed theory. Theory is our reason- ing; when we reason right we are scientific. So don't let pre- judices get the better of you when you see the word in print, f Ignorance hates knowledge asj the devil hates holy water, j Very few people are seeking; truth; it is advantage most of us are after. Reader, stop and read over this last sentence, think of it long and often. In these days of greed and graft each class has become a clan ar- rayed against each other class. Hence there is friction or war in society and as war is hell, we have hell on earth. Not the orthodox fire and brimstone kind but nev§|tiiele^. kind that pollutes diseases' society, 4 'even unto death, hell and the grave." The co-operative market ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x