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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

KUUTHH.MJN MKHl'llMY AND FATT5IEK8 UNION PASSWORD. ADMIRAL ENQUIST AND HIS SHIPS Charles L. Holt of Dallas Is a bluejacket on board the Wisconsin, one of fuele Sam's sea fiKlulnit machines. The Wisconsin is in the Ftor East, dose to our insular possessions. Dr. Holt received an interesting letter from his ■ailor son Thursday which will entertain the readers of the Times-Herald. RUSSIA'S NAVAL DEFENDERS. They Look Lika Farmers and Rifimd to Fire. U. S. S. Wisconsin, Cavite. P. I.. June 4, 1905.—Just as the shiD wis geit'.rus up anchor to proceed to sea for maneuvers, mall was sent aboard and I have two letters from you. It seems you had been thinking that the lon«r expected naval flsrht would occur before these letters reached me. 1 presume many people in the states be- came rather impatient, waiting for that historic event. On June 2 we were outside the bay maneuvering when the •"wireless" received news that thn-e strange ships were reported far up the coast of Luzon. Naturally we w...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORDl PROMINENT TEXAN DEAD Jerome C. Kearby Died at Denton Late Yesterday. ILL FOR TWO YEARS Well Known Lawyer and Statesman Passed away at his Old Home. Sketch of Life ndded to his already high reputation." Many other Dallus lawyers thin irtoiniiiK expressed their admiration for .Major Kearby and their deep re- Kr< t at liis death. STRIKE IN ITALY. Seven Thousand Men Are Out of Em- ployment. New York. July 25.—Workingmen to the number of 7000 are out of employ- ment at Teri l. Italy, and the lame ar- mor plate rolliner mills there have been ovviticr to the demand of the workliiKinen for the einht-hour day. says a Uisuatch from Rome. DISSOLUTION OF NORWAY AND SWEDEN SITUATION IN NEW ORLEANS Stockholm. Sweden. July 25.— The special commit lee appointed bv the KlkHd.u? to deal with the crls;s Steps j w J e h created the revolution in Norway luoklng t o ar IjVi rat ion" p rcmosed by the! lo""V delivered Us report. The commit- ciivernment. have ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

I il l Men Who HE recent appointment of Elihu Root to suc- ceed the late John Hay as secretary of state recalls the fact that with the single exception of a change of administration there Is no other simi- lar event of equal importance to an American citizen. Its pre-eminence as a political happening Is due primarily to the fact that the department of state stands first among the executive branches of the government. Its offi- cial head Is always nearer to the presi- dential succession than any other man save one. That of itself makes the American secretary of state a person- ality fipon whom the watchful eyes of the entire diplomatic world are focus- ad. To the case of Mr. Root this observa- tion is especially pertinent. He is not only a man of international reputation, but he has so identified himself with the policy of the present administra- tion that he is everywhere regarded as Its logical exponent and possible suc- cessor. Formerly the office was looked upon as a stepping sto...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

«= SOUTHERN METJCTTIIY AND FA4WEKS UNION PASSWOBD. MANY YOUNG MEN AMONG THE VICTIMS San Diego, Cul., July 2.—The appall- ing roil of the Bennington's dead has grown slowly throughout the day, and to add to the horror of u tragedy which bhall forever link the names of tlie Ill- fated Maine and Bennington In the na- tion's memory. Here and there in the crowded, overworked hospitals, merei- 'lul death touched a sufferer and gave his tormented body peace. All day long ambulances made trips with the dead. The first streak of dawn found all flags at half-mast, silent tributes to tha brave boys who gave their young lives in that hell of steam between the Ben- nington's decks. The most piteous circumstance of the sa.i tragedy Is the extreme youth of the victims. Out of the forty-five Iden- tified dead, only four were over 30 yeai'3 old, seven were under 26 and thirteen poor fellows were under 21, an age ■when more fortunate lads were Just entering their high school days, the boyish Jaekies ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

UNITED WITH Si g j Southern Mercury Ittiblished I88O Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Vol. XXV. No. 38 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, August 3, Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1900. $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. Bros. W. A. Binyon and B. T. Sar- liuiice Milling company of Denton, Tex- £ent of Hood county paid the Mercury Pass-Word a pleasant visit in Dallas last week, placing an order for an up- lo-date gin outfit for the Farmers' Vnion Co-operative Gin company at Granbury. I./..-* ,• b *; DISTRESS CALL. Montague, Tex., July 22. 1905. To All Members of the Farmers' Union: Seventeen of our brothers were in the as, to all labor unions. Ninety per cent of the stock of the above mill is owned by farmers and men who' own farms, and the management being friendly to organized labor. Signed. FEDERAL TRADE UNION, No. 11,360. W. T. WILSON, Rec. Sec. J. N. CLARK, President...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

m 80T7THEBN MERCTTBT AND PABMERS UNION- PASSWORD. THE FARMERS' UNION COMMIS- SION COMPANY. Has a Great Future, Meant Much to the Farmers' Union, Consumers end to the Business Men. The Fort Worth Union Banner gays: •'The Farmers' Union Commission company has a grreat future, and we venture the assertion that already, as young as It is, no Institution in the state can make a showing its equal, taking the amount of capital into con- sideration. The first thirty days of its existence it done a business of nearly twelve hun- dred dollars, and since then on less than two hundred dollars has done a like business, furnishing employment to three persons. The real object of this concern Is to furnish the farmers with a market for their produce and remove them from the Influences of the old-time commis- sion men, whose manner of doing busi- ness made It an impossibility for the farmer to have a single thing to say as to what he should receive for his truck. To a limited degree this commission ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

m SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. V SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES Weekly List of New Enterprises in the Sooth. Chattanooga,. Tenn., July 31.—The list of new industries established in the Southern states during the week ending to-day, as authorised by The Tradesman, shows quite a variety of lines, some of which are novel in this section. The development of the South along industrial lines continues without abatement during the summer season, and It is worthy of note that heavy capitalization is on the increase. This week finds the state of Florida in the list with a two million dollar lumber and naval stores company. Oklahoma reports a million dollar mining and milling company, and Virginia two mining companies each capitalized at a half million dollars. In the cotton states a number of new mills and' gins are reported. The heaviest develop- ment, however, appears to be in iron, coal and timber. Alabama.—Birmingham, $5000 invest- ment company, gas company. $15,000 building company...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United ■with the FARMERS UNION PASSW ORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishine Co. One Dollar per year, in advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce as ir.ail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must give •the OLD as well us the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, "money orders, etc.. payable to the FARMERS UNION Pt'RLlSIIING CO.. DALLAS TKXAS. are Just full of them." Editor Rhea at- tended Its last meeting, and "knows whereof he speaks." A similar state- ment wr.ulil fit a good many other coun- ties, duo principally to the training af- forded the members by this educational organization. It Is developing the ininds cf young and old. It Is putting ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

BOUTHEHN" MEBCTTRY AKD FARMERS UXIOX PASSWORD. GOOD CROPS IN THE WEST Discouraging Conditions Exist in Other Parts of the State—Implement Hen Talk* Judging from reports of Implement men. the crop outlook'over Texas a whole Is Rood. While extent been damaged to a considerabl« extent by excessive rains. tih« crops over an area covering: about tw°-thirds oft state were never better it is clai^®^' The fine conditions orevalUng Jn West Texas form a pleaalnKContrast to je severe drouth with which this section •was afflicted last year. The boll wee- vil that at this time last year ast'itlnK sections of the country. Is as yet practically unheard of. Corn crops ore fine in all parts of the state and farmers are making preparations for the harvesting of one of the largest outputs of this grain In tihe hlsioryof the state. The fruit crops of bouth Texas has been exceedingly ^rge and It has been ambly p«>ven that as a fruit producing state Texas ls here to stay, comparing favorably with Ca f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

SOUTHERN" METtOTTJtY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. •BLUE BEARD" HOCH GETS REPRIEVE Chicago, July 28.—(Bulletin)—Hoch was reprieved this afternoon until the middle of September. ACT OF A MYSTERIOUS WOMAN. By the Associated Press. Chicago, July 2$.—Dr. I.iston H. Montgomery, a well known physician, accompanied by a woman whose name was said to be Mrs. May Wilson appeared at the jail about two hours before tho time set for the execution of Hoch and stated that the money was available to take Koch's case to the su- preme court. The woman refused to tell her name but insisted she had enough money. Dr. Montgomery and the woman visited Hoch's attorney, riotke. Meantime efforts were made to reach Gov. Deneen. The states at- torney, Hoch's attorney, J'lotke, and Jailer Whitman held an Immediate con- ference. Soon afterward the Jailer postponed the execution until 2 p. m., and It was announced that Hoch's attorney would talk to the governor by long distance telephone as soon as possible. Chicag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

KATE CLYDE Al Larchmoal Write* el ike Mother Who Tranipaiently At- tempts to Pre* Agent Her Un- attractive Daughter — Now It the Time to Make Nice Things Foi the Winter--Sage Advice to Girls Who Contemplate "Seeking the Bub- ble Reputation" la • Large City EVERT now and then you r;ad some sensational bit In the paper about some well kn'wn actress. It begins very plau- sibly, but before you are half through you exclaim, "Press agent," and lay the sheet down in disgust. Well, pray, don't think actresses are the only ones who have press agents. You ought to hear the relatives of The- Girl-That-Must-Be-Married at the summer hotel. Positively It would make a decent press agent blush. Miss Scrawnykins is a lank, mouse colored young lady, with no more ear for a tune than a mushroom and no more soul than a tur:iip. It is In the drawing room after dinner, and Mr. Much- wealth has ex- pressed his de- light at the mu- sic. Miss Scraw- nykins' mother purs: "No, dear Mr. Much- wealth, my lit- "I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 August 1905

SOUTHERN MEHCUBY AND FAIWEBS UNION PASSWORD. - - MAJORITY RULE IN TEXAS - - iHinmiiiiiiiiiiiummimmmwmmwwftmmtmmmimmmmmumuumum Washington, D. C.. July 29.—Machine rule is the curse of the age. But so gradual has been Its approach that few realize the source of its power. Texw. however, by a one-paragraph law, has changed things, and so popular must this change be that it is likely to soon sweep the democratic states :ind make headway in the strongly repub- lican ones. Before describing the Texas law, J* should be understood that machine rulo is due to the delegate convention. The few who compose the delegate convention determine the platform anil thereby the policies of the party. That is the rule of the few except as I the delegates are instructed, dates of all the parties. The following constitution Is suggested: CONSTITUTION. Wo, the undersigned, hereby establish an organization the objects of which are as follows. Article 1. Objects. The objects are: 1. To secure In the coming le...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

Seftfc i-itr--, . *re ^jgFWKr t UNITED WITH II a Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. Vol. XXV. No. 39 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, August 10, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum \ , L r I ' i STATE UNION WACO. Four-Fifths of the Unions of Texas ^presented "There is Something Doing." Special to The Mercury-Password. i Aloud, Sabine; J. M. Smith, Hunt; N. Waco Tex. Aug. 9.—About one thou- ! A. Shaw, Bowie; J. L. Francis, Madl- situd members of the Farmers' Union , son; J. R. Luce, Houston; W. 13. John- consisting of delegates and advisory j rfon; Cherokee; B. F. Chupman, Dallas; members are In attendance at the.; A. F. Co'rnlng. Taylor; T. B. Taylor, meeting of the Texas State Union of''Bell; J. iSrByrd, Brown; John R. the F. E. and C, U. of A. And every j Smith, Waller; H. A. Tage, Montague, man in the bunch came loaded for bear, j and E. R. Meltzen, Lavaca. Those In attendance come from all j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

;v '-'ST-',--- - mm BOUTHERX MEItGUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HOW MALADY IS FOUGHT W. F. Toachon Writes of the Con- ditions in Mexico* AMONGLOWER CLASS Yellow Fever Gets Its First Start There—Report of Mexican Official At this time when there is so much excltemcnt about the epidemic of yellow jitck in Louisiana, it will not be amis? to show the progress of that terrible scourge during the lust weelc of August. 1904, last year, In the state of Vera Cruz, Mexico, giving the of- ficial figures of the supreme board of health as they aptiear in its report I brought with me. including the labor performed to prevent its apparition and that accomplished to hasten Its eradication: also the disinfections per- formed, giving the figures on cases of yellow fever: STORY OF THE YELLOW PLEAGUE How Shreveport Was Devastated In 1873. BY W. L JONES. OF DALLAS. Ver.n Cruz Coatzacoulcos .... Tehuantepec Merida (Yucatnu). Total Cases. Deaths. .. 13 nulla . 6 2 . 4 1 2 none . 25 3 Inspection of immun...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

SOUTHERN MERCTJUT A YD FARMERS UXIOK PASSWORD, UNITED EFFORT AGAINST THE FEVER THAT IS THE SLOGAN OF PHYSICIANS NOW IN CHARGE. should have been nsed and the cisterns were Improperly screened. Stops were tnken to-day for the de- tection of oil thieves. Property hold- ers were requested to watch the men as they handle the cisterns and every gallon of oil gh'en the sanitary work- men shall be accounted for. GERMS OF MALARIA. HIGH WATER IN ALASKA LETTER FROM ARCHDEACON STU K. -fc New Orleans. Aug. 5.—According to the tlcures of the board of health fol- low In* is today's record of the fellow fever situation for the twe-'v-four hours ending at 6 o'clock: Deaths. 8. New cases. 30. /' New foci, 15. Of the deaths five occurred in the Emergency hospital and three in the Ital- ian auarter, where the disease first originated. AH were Italians except two. The spread of the disease continues toward the lower end of the city. One Of the new cases Is in the heart of the tenderloin district and ano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

SOUTHEBN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas. Texas, posfof- llce as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner I-.um.ar, Gaston Building). Dal- las, Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- Buestlnga change of address must give the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, nd make all drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. Now for n long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether! Of course the Union Is not "In poli- tics." but there is a whole lot of poll- ties In some of the members of the Union. ■till be honest In their respective views. The one thing, the saving thing that will keep the Union grow- ing, prospering, and pressing on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

—..... •SSSSfS ■ - =*« SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. ,y -r' FOR FEDERAL SUPERVISION Iriquois Clab After Life Insurance Companies. with many branch lines; also three or four exchanges In East Texas. The bonds secured on this property amount- to over (400.000, and the property, ■ays Judge Boynton, was sold to a committee representing a majority of the bandholders. "The change does not affect the In- dependent lines in Texas in the least, so far as their operation Is concerned." said Judge Boynton, "and the property will continue to be operated Inconneo- tlon with other Independent lines." Chicago, 111.. Aug. 4.—Three hours of discussion of life insurance prob- lems by the committee of the Iroquois club yesterday left only one question In the minds of the investigators. It was: "Is congress authorized under the present federal constitution to enact legislation placing the companies un- der federal supervision?" The possibility ot Improved state regulation is not regard...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FAJtMBRS UNION PASSWORD. MORE SUITS ARE FILED Oil Companies Are Still Seeking Relief. ' 'Austin, Tex., Aug. 5.—Two stilts were Bled to-day in the Twenty-sixth-dis- trict court by the Rio Bravo Oil com- Smy and the Paraflne Oil company of eauniont, against the comptroller, at- torney general and state treasurer en- Joining them from enforcing the col- lection of the tax under the Kennedy bill. Judge Brooks of the court grant- ed a temporary writ of Injunction re- straining the state from collecting the tax and the case will come up at the October term. The snme allegations •re made against the Kennedy bill as In the other suits filed by oil compa- Sles. This is the seventh suit filed en- )lnlng the payment of the tax. Wooldridge for President. Austin, Tex., Aug. 5.—A movement la on foot to have Col. A. P. Woold- ridge, former president of the City Na- tional bank, which concern was merged Into the Austin National bank, to be- come an applicant for the position o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

Sam His How - Y Uncle Collects Crop Statistics C V^V 1 ifrilri m IT 4 o'clock on a recent afternoon the govern- ment crop report tor the month was made public at the depart- ment o f agriculture. Precisely at the strlk- lng of the hour the door of the office of the chief statistician opened and As- sistant Secretary Wlllet N. Hays ap- peared, bearing in his hand a dozen sheets of paper covered with figures. These papers were seized eagerly by a dozen waiting messenger boys, who rushed off with them to the telegraph offices. Then Mr. Hays drew a long breath. "Two hours ago I had no idea what those totals would be," he mused. "I'll be mightily surprised, though, if there isn't a story in some paper tomorrow morning about those same totals being known to certain favored stockbrokers for several days. 'Twas ever thus." Mr. Hays had not miscalculated. On the following morning all the leading dailies In tlie country published the re- port and commented freely upon It. Some of them did lit...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 August 1905

SOUTHERN* MEHCUi'Y AND FAKMERS UNION PASSWORD. SANK MAJORS WAS LYNCHED fays For Crime Against Southern Womanhood* QUICK WORK OF MOB Negro Was Taken From Jail This Horning and Hanged to Rail- road Bridge. woke up Majors, who wan asleep In his | cell. " 'Majors, a mob Is after you,' X said to him. *'\V« will <Jo what we can to «ave you, but the chances arc hIIip.' "The negro never Haiti a word, a'ml an far as X could see, never moved a muscle. "The mob continued Its hammering away, and about 1:45 or thereabouts reached the cell where Majors was con- fined. The negro never said a wor 1 when the mob got him. The ringlead- ers never made any boasts of what they would do to him, but Majors evi- dently knew that begging for his life- would do no good and he didn't beg. "The mob went awny with Majors and In a very few minutes had him swinging to the Brazos river bridge. "We did not shoot Into the mob. The men Inside the Jail could not have pro- tected themselves against the mob out- side...

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