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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 5 September 1906

I L v FARM SUGGESTIONS. seed selection. Station No. 1 in tbe highway of farm progress is good seed. Planting selected seed of the best variety and of the highes* vitality, is absolutely essential to the production of the best crops Buving the best seed, if tbe farmer does not have it, is com- mendable; but this must be fol- lowed bv tbe best cultivation and the most careful selection to eliminate minor defects and im- prove the excellencies of the type or the seed will deterioate. ered with haste; we have dump- ers to waste. Farmers whatev- er vou do hold your cotton. There was never a brighter future be- fore us. Millions more spindles than we had last year, and a world-wide demand for cotton goods. In the face of all this we have a comparatively small crop, not much larger than last year. Farmers are not going to be so silly as to dump their cotton on Ddat be a Dumper, Editok Co-Operatok: Please allow me space in your valuable paper to speak to the brotherhood of the Farmers' Unio...

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 — 5 September 1906

Will Stand bv Minimum Price. Editor Co Operator: Saturday evening witnessed a notable day in the beginning of history making for tbeF.irun r*' Union of Fort B^nd coun v. There is a large ai.d simiJK l<> cal union at N«etlvi!H>, twelve miles south of here, tin tirst Un- ion organized in the county. Saturday was tbeir regular meeting day, and at their night session they proceeded to do things, the most important of which was an order made, every member voting yea, that, pend- ing the National meeting at Tex- arkana, not a bale of cotton shall be offered or sold for less than ten cents per pound. All other unions in the county haye been appealed to that they act accord ingly and call for a meeting of delegates from all other unions in the county, has been made to meet as the guests of the Need- ville Union at 2 o'clock, Septem- ber 8, to organize a County Un- ion. The action of President Calvin and the Executive Committee was heartily commended for se- curing the central wareh...

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 — 5 September 1906

l~i "PJFW1 —•. m i L ] > ffj O. I'. PYLE. Editor ami Proprietor. Pabllsbed Once a Week at Mlneola. Tria* Tt-'KMM or Ki ll* B1PTION. One Dollar a rear. In nJiMff I'atind at Port ofllcr Bllorola. t ia . in •econd-tltuu mall m- tt r. AdvrrtUln* ratM will b* furnl b«d on ajv- • 'IcMlon. <UNION MINEOLA. TEXAS SEPTEMBER v ISO*. rk* hob* w u« loj« of u« >nvx *vm i*«rj famUi ow « s .-at* !* Dtvm *o*v l«l«, vb«n taJwO C w* i * a totilr; To own a tow * a lt\j «wj HI owe* to liTMfc.*. i ** .' a t l* INltTT SPECIAL NOTKE All C«-Op«««* « MKoat)*Mii wfcr* thr tun* (w «IU they r* paltl events Km \ *«*- Mon jioar m l * ttat yoar Mtocript'o* j vjiru 'M tht Mat Iuk. > .at km iflwi iv ■Ui a tlajte ujw. s* ♦ ups n -otk la The damp*? :• See the i xc. ->: • Be i bu •.;er k. ii?e vr;. The 5ixe :.•* acnica it*; * Ion is QO * If we w.. ih. z.c ? ur" t; ;-a,- butac: rigim. Co-Ope -iv: > cmr. popular e^erj itj. From Pier.it v Ore^rcc iio still the work, goes ocl The first bales of cottoc are...

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 — 5 September 1906

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column <leilW'nt«il to tired mother* m they Join the home circle at eveulu|(tt<le. THE UGH r AT HOME. The light at home! how bright It heaiUM When evening mIiuiIcm hioui <1 uh fall, And from the Ivttlce tur It K't'tiiiiti, To love, and rent and comfort cul ! When wearied with the toll** of day— The etrlfe for Klt>ry, gold or fame, How nweet to m ek the <|utet way. Where loving llpn will lln|> our name Around the light at home. The light at home! how ettll and nweet It peepH from yonder cottage door— The weary laborer to gleet— 11When the rough tolls < f duy are o'er! Had la the soul that <loe not know The bleaalngH that ttx beainw Impart— The cheerful h«-pea and Joya that flow, And llghteu up the heaveat heart. Around the light at home. Girls, don't marry the young man who leaves his "mother to find her way home as best she can on a dark night, while with- out a thought or word of apology to the old lady he looks after you. One of th...

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 — 5 September 1906

KiFC ..... i |i To The Farmers Union OF TEXAS, LOUISIANA, OKLAHOMA, and INDIAN TERRITORY. ' I ■BiiilSi .1 WliM!1'!1!!' ■ Hi;;,. null!! ' ■ V Wffllit SilliK? -V> •* S^msfs^-J: I Z-Mfe.%V wi TpHIS FALL 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 now in time to 1 do some good this season and while you are financially prepared. Many Warehouses have been built and hundreds more are contemplated, all to be owned 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 Farmers' Union is the only solution to the problem of maintaining the price of cotton, our costliest commodity. Build Now a...

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 — 5 September 1906

V The Crime of the Century. Crime should be measured by its results rather than by the heinousnetss of the individual overt act. Guaged thus the at- tempt to lower the price of cotton made a tew days ago by a gang of manipulators and speculators in New York and other places, should be dubbed "The Crimt of a Century." No fouler plot was ever concocted by a gang of cut-throats, and no more heinous a plan was ever laid by a gang of thieves to rob an unsuspecting people. The worst recorded act of the most brutal band of ban- ditti that ever infested the moun- tain fastnesses of any land pales into insignificance when compar- ed to this crime. It was conceiv- ed by ghouls, executed by brutes, and is sanctioned only by that class of people who believe mon- ey getting to be the chief aim of life and look upon any means of getting it as holy. If God A1 mighty dealt with men by special acts—and not by general laws— He would damn the souls and blast the lives of every human cur connected with...

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 — 5 September 1906

OREOON COUNTY NOW MAS A COUNTY UNION. .Organized on August nth. State Organise Ray. by >®T m H § I ' IE I ■ I ■ [ p W \ I I L 1 Neosho, Mo., Aug., 20.—I beg to inform you that on the 11th day of August I organized a County Union in Oregon County, this State. The Record was adopted at once as their official paper. I have failed to locate my report at this time but will send later. Saturday August 11th, was a rather gloomy day, raining or threatening to rain from early morning, yet notwithstanding this fact we were met at Thom- aston Chapel by a large, eager and enthuiastic crowd, out of which we organized a County Union. For the president the people chose a young man only 20 years of age as their leader, Mr. S. E. Harrison, who bears the respect of all who know him. For secretary, Mr. B. Sanders was chosen and equally good choices were made for the re- maining county officers. All seemed pleased by their county organization and express- ed themselves by agreeing to try and double ...

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 — 12 September 1906

K <rofihe 0 D vol. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1906. No. 86 NATIONAL UNION IN SESSION AT TEXARKANA, TEXAS, SEPT. 5 9, 19116 PASSED RESOLUTIONS Which Were Adopted and Handed Us for Publication. The following are the princi- pal resolutions passed by the Na- tional Union in session at Texar- kana, Texas, September 5-9,1906: 1. That, whereas there was collected from the Cotton States a Federal Tax on cotton for two years iust after the war. and that said cotton tax has been de- clared unconstitutional, and said tax is now in the Federal treasu- ry to the amount of about $65,- 000,000, and inasmuch as said cotton tax was paid by the cot- ton farmers of the South, and there is no way by which said cotton tax can be refunded to those who individually paid same; Be it resolved by the National Farmers' Educational and Co- operative Union in Texarkana assembled, That the U. S. Gov- ernment be asked to refund said' cotton tax to the said cotton states from which it was coll...

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 — 12 September 1906

11. I ■■! L i •/' , P f, FARnERS' UNION BUREAU OP INFORflATION. Conducted by the South Carolina Farmer*' Educational and C'o-0|>eratlve Cot on. gVCouiniunlcatlomt lutende<l tor thin department ahould 1>i- addrewwd to J. i'. HtiiMluK, 1'eudleton. s. 0. to the press. Owing to making a change in the printing establishment that has been setting up our Farm- ers' Union Bureau column for us, our pioofs have not gone out to our papers in a satisfactory wav recently. But under our new arrangements our column will go out to the press prompt- ly on Tuesday morning, released to the press Wednesday, which we trust will be satisfactory to all parties. While we are on this si/bject of the press we take this oppor tunity to thank all the papers that have been publishing our Bureau column for us. Our committee of eight prom- inent farmers, whose duty it is to look after the good of our or- ganization, have done a wise thing in their efforts to educate our farmers on the business side of th...

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 — 12 September 1906

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column dedicated to 11 r«-<I mother* >*they Join the home circle at evening tide. PEACE AT HOMK. "I knew by the mmiku tliut ho gracefully curled Above the green 11 u , that a cottage was near, And 1 Hald, 'If th re's peace to be found In the world, A heart that Is humble might hope for It here." It is just as possible to keep a calm house as a clean one, a cheerful hout e as a warm one, if the heads set themselves to do so. Where is the difficulty of consulting each other's weak- nesses as well as each other's wants; each other's tempers as well as each other's health; each other's comfort as well as each other's character; 'Peace rules the day, where reason rules the mind.' Oht it is bv leaving the peace at home to chance, instead of pursuing it by system that so many homes *re unhappy. It deserves notice, also, that almost anyone can be courteous and forebearing and patient in a neighbor's house If anvthing goes wrong or is out of tune or disagreeab...

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 — 12 September 1906

(i ti & Ft If' IS ! I I ^ the Ginners Cotton Company of Waco, Texas, for the purpose of selling at auction for the benefit O. P. PYLE. Kdllor o,! PvbHabed Oik* a w *« M'a*- *. T « timm or l Ooe Doll** a 'a at t'oat OdV Mtiioola. Tvsaa. a4«*rtl lQ« •■MMIoo. will !>• ra :#ov ap- mphiii.i TK1A.S SEPTEMBER 1-. l 0« i tw Bob* la U< Sop# of NMlot. i« •*w| (Mil; u*w t ,toa< ft * troa aorw . Um !od««l. will w tan a proaparoM Irjr. To own a lost t JilJ "WJ own io hU ui kh ••tilrr SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Operator subscriptions are flieiatiued whea the time for which thay «r* p«M empires. If an X appears " " re voor aaaae yoa may kao that aabacriptioB ill expire with the hsae. Yoa can not afford to i a single Usae. Be sire to renew ta ~ the foundation which has been laid. The officials were elected with great enthusiasm and by acclamation except the board of of the Newt Gresham monument directors. For this very respon- fund. It was sold by Ben L stb'.e position there were several G...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 12 September 1906

Should Hold First Cotton. Editor Co-Qperator: Seeing so many farmers rush- ing their cotton on the market and only getting 8.65 for it, I am constrained to ask the question, why is it that the cotton raiser will sell his cotton for 8.65 when it is in his power to get eleven cents without much trouble on his part. My answer would be that it is for the lack of an un- derstanding. How easy it would be for the farmers to have an understanding, and say, we will not sell our cotton below the cost of production, and apply the same rule to wheat, corn and other farm products. To con- vince the speculator that we are in earnest, now is the time to hold cotton. Some say we can't doit. Have you tried it? The one who tries is the one who suc- ceeds. The Union has provided a way for you; did you know it? If not, take the National Co-Op- erator and read it. It will teach you how to secure better prices for your farm products. Broth- er farmer, why sell your cotton for 8.65 when it is in your powe...

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 — 12 September 1906

* x ' ■ «- w mi—1> ni~ 11 iukt i " X > r Things as I see Them Through My New (Masses. Everything seems to be of self interest. We take the obligation as a Union man and a great many go no farther than to pay dues. Some will put the harness on and work everything to turn the fa- tors their way. They manage to work their favors for all thev are worth until they get all the good things coming their way and then they are done and want aomeone else to do the work. Vby don't you come up to the meetings, brothers? Oh, what lathe use? When you get up there all vou do is to "chew the rag." If you would do some- thing there would be some use af you; < oming. You farmers are a h—1 of a set. Whv don't job get together and do some thing? That is just what I am irhrjng at. Why don't all of us get together? We will never ac- xomplish anything as long as we stand back and criticise those who are trying to accomplish something. When vou are put on a committee find out who the chairman is an...

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 — 12 September 1906

From Tennessee. Fditok Co Operator: I am no newspaper writer but have been appointed by the Hur- ricanhill Union to make mv first attempt in behalf of the Union brotherhood. We are a small band of farm- ers and are willing to suppoit anything for the betterment ot the Union. A large number of the farmers are not members <>f the Union. Can any brother g[ive us a plan by which we can get them interested? If so, let us have it. If all men are crcated equal, and strive for the same home in the bright beyond, then why should one class be the prey of the other? This is the fundamen- tal principle that should domi- nate the minds of all Union men- It is not because one man, or class of men, is superior to an- other; neither is it because of anv deriliction of dutv on the part of anyone. About four years ago a great pacificator came upon the stage of action, whose name was NewtGresham, and gave to the farmers the Un- ion by which we can educate and bring ourselves in touch and re- cog...

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 — 12 September 1906

■aim fwMS3f sag*.""- "tMuij jw— FARMERS' UNION MATTERS. jEflit . ra*-<" * j i • p ; V' > . J,1 I J ! - 1 i',7 1 Orjtanizer nitchell Say# All Farm Organizations will Soon he Merited Into one Oreat Body. Sherman. Texas. Sept. 10. Grayson County delegates and. in fact, all the returning North Texas delegates to the National Farmers' Union Convention at Texarkana. who have stopped in Sherman, are enthused over the development of solidity and unity among the agricultural classes. Tbbe Mitchell, well-known or- ganizer and lecturer, said: The farmers of the North and West are becoming vitally inter- ested. and while the convention was composed in the main of Southern delegates, every sec- tion of the Union was represent- ed and I think the day is not far off when all the fraternal and protective organizations among the farmers will be merged into one common body." Paul Wipprecht of Timpson, German lecturer and assistant organizer of the Farmers' Union, is m the city and will spend se...

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 — 19 September 1906

8ft mrs f a ■ I D □ 0 Vol. 2. MINEOLA. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1906. No. 87 Industrial Education. A very important action was taken by the National Farmers Union at its recent meeting in Texarkana by the endorsement of the great educational reform movement. In addition to the adoption of strong resolutions favoring the reform the report of the committee on education . -mmending the creation of a tiot al Board of Industrial Ed- tion was adopted by unani- is vote with much well-merit- * .pplause. The Chairman of i. t important committee was uuuge V. W. Grubbs, President of the Texas State Board of In- dustrial Education, F. E. & C. U., under whose leadership the 19th or educational plank of the State platform of the dominant political party of Texas was for- mulated and secured. In this connection we reproduce for the benefit of our readers the educa- tional plank which has attracted much favorable attention in all sections of the country: "We recommend that a State Depart...

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 — 19 September 1906

.-f '• / . I Mi w ■h AN APPEAL. Ife the Stockholders and Of- ficers of the Various Cot- ton Warehouses and Cotton Gins in Texas Owned ok Con- tholled by the farmers' un- iON in Texas: We regret to call your atten- tion to the fact that State Head- are without information as to the somber of warehouses and cot- ton gins now in operation or un- der construction in Texas and we would appreciate a report at ance from the secretary of each warehouse and cotton gin com pa- ay. The strength of any organ iotfion is largely felt and realiz- ed through the fact that they are able to place their hands on all their institutions. We wish to have a complete record at head- quarters, giving the name of foar company, location, address •f each officer, state if a public ar private warehouse, (if gin, state whether incorporated or not), give capital stock, capacity af warehouse, (if gin, state size f gin and make), also state whether institution is controlled txclusively by members of the formers' Un...

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 — 19 September 1906

J THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column dedicated to tired mothers «they join the home circle at evening tide. An easy way to sDoil an even- ing meal is for each one to relate the disappointments that have happened, the slights indurea, or the offenses given. These are enough to counteract the effects of all good things the most gen erous and skillful housewife can place upon her table. ♦ « Why has a boy any more right than a girl to leave bis hat on the parlor table, his gloves on the mantel, his coat on the chair of newel posts, and his shoes in the middle of the room?> He can learn orderliness just as well as his sister if he begins in time. Now is the time to begin. * * If the boy is to be a "little gentleman" when away from home, he must be taught, and not by precept alone, but as well by example, when he is at home And the enfluence of the exam- ple of the father upon the son, and of the mother upon the daughter, will be much more potent that any amount of advice or any rules of...

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 — 19 September 1906

r $ I, ' K * is V 1A If' \i y: O. P. PTLK. Editor nd Proprietor. FafcttobM) Odm ft Week at Iflneola. T"« TUMI or •CWrBIPTIO*- One Dollar Tear. Is *Av*nt . mi Post Office Ulneol*. Tim, M fkond^lam bill names of the contributors and the amount they contribute. At our National Convention, several of the brethren told me they wanted to contribute to this fund. All who wish to contribute will please do so as early as possible. Fraternally, 0. P. Pyle. Advertising r tM will b* furntolwd on ftp- don. <SFSON (CUT BO LA.TEX AH HEPTEMBEK It, IV©« Tk* Bom la Ui hop* of ttaa Nation. When r family owmi a borne free from morw , then Indeed, vUl we have a prosperous ilrj. To own a home le a doty every Mi owe* to blmeetf. hU family *•« •••a try. SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Operator subscriptions are gKoBtliiwd when the time for which UMv are paid expire*. If an X appears - ~ re your name you may know that ■ subscription will expire with the Issue. You can not afford to i a single Issue. Be sure to re...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 19 September 1906

Getting in Line. Editor Co Operator: Sevier County is getting in line. They will have two or more warehouse to handle their cotton. On the 8th we let the contract for a warehouse to be built at Lakesburg, cost of the building aside from the iictures, amounting to $1200; capacity one thousand bales. On the 8th of August we met at Lakesburg to consider the question of building a warehouse and after due con- sideration we decided not to build this year but would haul our cotton to other points where there are warehouses As a mat- ter of course this stirred up the town and were invited to meet there the next Friday and re- consider what we had done. This we did, and after reconsid- ering the matter we invited the business men of the town in and asked them how bad they want- ed a warehouse at that place. They said five hundred dollars. We accepted their proposition and set out to sell stock and raise one thousand dollars to build and equip the house, and we think the stock will all be ta...

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