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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 19 September 1906

NEW CONSTITUTION AND BY LAWS Adopted at a Recent Meeting of the National Farmers' Union, Held at Texarkana-They Will Prove of Much Interest to Our Readers. * 'if ■ I r .V We present our readers this week with the new Constitution and By-laws, as reported by the committee on amendments to the Constitution and By-laws, and passed by the National Union at its session in Texarkana. We, your committee on amend- ments to the Constitution and By-laws, beg leave to unanimous- ly report the following substi- tute to the present Constitution and By-laws: members. article I. Sec. 1 All persons are eligi- ble to membership who are of sound mind, over the age of six- teen years; a person or Indian of industrious habits, believing in a Supreme Being, is of good moral character and is a farmer, a farm laborer, rural mechanic, rural school teacher, physician or minister of the Gospel who is not engaged in banking, mer chandising. practicing law, or belonging to any trustor combine "for the purpose ...

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 — 19 September 1906

NATIONAL UNION IN SESSION AT TEXARKANA TEXAS, SEPT. 5 9. «9r6 not exceeding eight pounds at the rate of 12 cents per pound; and. Whereas, We note that our government has granted a for- eign package the right to our PASSED RESOLUTIONS ^ less than that of its own citizens Which Were Adopted and Handed to transport a backage of mer- 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 Uni...

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 — 19 September 1906

K * „P-—" Stn V 5, ' w PARrtBRS' UNION BUREAU OP INFORHATION. i <111<I11<-toil lijr tin* Farini'rn' K<luculluuitl Moulli mill r«*.Op.«ri tt - O.lou MM 'oimuuiilrHtliMiN lutmilml h r |V ItiukrUirot Hiioulit ! •• mlilfi ««l to J BtrllillnK, IVndlcU.n S t\ few lines in your valuable paper, which I prop*** to give to the fanner, or at least the follower of the plow, a calculation of the real cost of raising cotton. iw uk producing crop. Plow stock .95 to do two years which U $ Plows and sharpening .. Two hoes ... 42>i 7 00 70 look. listen. farmers! Representatives of over six hundred thousand cotton pro- ducers are in session to-day. 0th Shoeing mules three September, at Texarkana. Texas times 1 65 for the p&rpose of fixing a price Harrow to do two years. 1 25 for their cotton. Hire of mules 25 00 When these prices have gone Feed of mule 80 bushels out every newspaper that is corn at 80c per bushel. 64 00 friendly toward the success of Fodder. 1,000 bundles.. • 20 00 ...

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