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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 August 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY A\TD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. V L • v. D STATE NOT IMPREGNABLE Opinion of Dr. Tabor on Out'co'; in Texas. DANGER OF DENGUE Opinion Given That Most of the Cases Are Genuine Yellow Fever—Close to Texas. Houston, Tex.. Aug. 26.—The many cases of dengue that are reported from various points in Louisiana are noth- ing more or'less than yellow fever, ac- cording to State Health Officer Tabor and his chief assistants, . Drs. Flor- ence and Eaves. A lengthy discus- sion of the fever situation was held last night by these physicians, the con- ference having been called by Dr. Talior. This morning Dr. Florence re- turned to his post of rtMty at Beau- mont and Dr. Eaves to ills at Marshall. The two are in immediate command of the border quarantine. Dr. Eaves having the north section and Dr. Flor- ence the south. The physclans agree that Texas now has little to fear from New Orleans, but that danger double fold lurks in the parish towns throughout that state. New Orleans is unde...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 August 1905

POUTHEBV MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ' FARMERS PRAYER 1 TO THE PACKERS I r In recognition of the powerlessness t>f the producing masses in the grasp of the beef trust, the following pl^a tor mercy, by Win. Kent of Nebraska, is addressed to the puckers. If amend- ed in-aetails it would apply equally to the oil trust, the grain trust, the har- vester trust, the lumber trust, and the Other trusts In a general way: Almighty ones who rule the destinies «f sheep, cows, pigs, farmers, chickens and other live stock, place your ears near the ground and listen to our plea. Eternal and ever growing ones, who kill, kill. kill, and chop and scrape and slash and can, who fry and boll and freeze at will: we pray that you con- fine your boilings and freezings, your cannings and killings to the tribute we pour in, nor insist forever on human sacrifice. Let the blood you spill be the blood f beasts, und not be the drippings from corn-husking lingers. All powerful ones, we do not ask to See...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 August 1905

^ - ^-ywvr r^S"' The Marine Hospital Service and Its Head IF the yellow fever should be stamp- ed out with comparatively small Iocs of life, as now seems prob- able. the credit will be due to the inarino hospital service at Washing- ton. Several year3 a30 congress set aside a sum of monry to be used as an cpidcmic fund, and it has been the practice heretofore that when It be- came evident that the local authori- ties were unable to cope with the sit- uation the general government has come to the rescue with its well organ- ised and efficient service. The marine hospital service has had skilled officers in New Orleans ever since the first outbreak of the plague. In conformity with the law which pro- vides that the treasury interstate quar- antine regulations shall be enforced and to afford assistance in their enforce- ment. With headquarters in Wash- ington, under the control of a surgeon general, who at present is the compe- tent and energetic Dr. Walter Wyman, the service has a lar...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 August 1905

jkSISV? FOCTUEKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. i j:;- i I upon us for railway extension work. ! land her engineers arc now tnor- in ! I'unftultiitlon with us thun with the English or your American engineers." j "Much of (ho Russian railway mate- ! rial and equipment wo hrtve captured j j Is In bad condition. It Is next to worth- i 1 -ss. We will have to throw II away , as hoiiii as we ran replace It with new, Labor Day Speakers Will b: Union and pari of the supply we are now "" ' r I huylnar will go Into re-e<iulpplrig Rus- sian rights of way we have taken." ARRANGING PROGRAM M:n« A MEETING SUNDAY D; fails Were Discussed at the Labor Temple Yesterday Morning. Athletic Contests. GARWOOD'S MIS8ION. EIGHT HOUR FIGHT IN CHICAGO Chicago Typographical Union Preparing to Meet the Issue—Demand an Eight Hour Agreement at Once. Attorney of Southern Pacific Inter- views the Attorney General. A list In. Tex., Auk. L'8.—Judge II. M. Garwood of Houston, general attorney • 'hicugo, Aug. 2...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

rv I m C\ n UNITED WITH 5 u a 8 m B & Southern Mercury Estafr • d 1880. ijr Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lf 1905. Vol. XXV. No. 43 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, September 7 1-005 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. The National Conference will be held lit Texarkana the first Tuesday in De- cember. Francis Lee District Union (Ark.) *neets at Varbrough's schoolhouse Eept. 9. You can be of assistance to this pa- per, brother, by making it a point when writing advertisers to always mention the Mercury-Password. The Commercial club -of Shawnee, Okla., furnishes live comfortable rooms free of rent, as state headquarters for Indiahoma Farmers' Union. Be careful to keep your littl* neighborhood bickerings out of your Union,' always. The local Union should be, and often is, the means of burying such petty strifes. Hood County Union will ho...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. PRESIDENT CALVIN SENDS OUT LETTER He Claims That Cotton Should Bring Eleven Cents Per Pound This Year—Gives Timely Warning to the Growers of Cotton* Col." Milton Park, publisher of tho kfcrcury-Password, a publication clodo- ly affiliated with the Farmers' union, is in receipt of a copy of a circular letter sent out to the membership of the union by President E. A. Calvin of Greenville, advising the holders of cot- ton on the existing situation. President Calvin cites that the price of cotton is largely regulated by tho speculators of the Liverpool and New York cotton exchanges, whose inter- ests ar.'1 to buy cheap and sell high. He states that millions of bales of the present crop have been sold for future delivery at prices that will nut cover the cost of production.. He suggests as a remedy that cottoft be marketed may be offered. When this happens the very weight of the receipts and frio offerings have a tendency to force tho market d...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

FOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. it CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION ' One of the most urgent problems which co-operators of every country have to face, Is undoubtedly that of co- operative education. The possibili- ties of co-operative organization are unbounded. Its principles can bo ap- plied to the whole of a nation's com- merce and industry, and we can easily Imagine trades and agriculture man- aged on co-operative lines. On the other hand, co-operation is not a me- chanical working, machine, it cannot be driven by steam or electricity, its moving powers are moral and intellect- ual forces. Therefore the only real boundary to co-operative efforts is caused by the limited strength of theso forces. The progress of co-operation is only hampered by the luck of a suf- ficiently large number of men and wo- men who understand its aim and es- sence, and who are capable of putting the-ideal into practice. If we wish to foster the growth of a co-operative commonwealth we must direct ou...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United witb the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half y«ar. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- flce as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas tributes to the current Issue of the In- dependent an article, "A Social Forecast." which conservative cir- cles pronounce "startling" in Its bdfdness and radicalism. He ar trues that we are approaching « radical social change which will "sweep the fleld for another deal in human rights." Change of Address—Subscribers re questing a change of address must Rive the OLD as well as the NEW address- Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications and make all drafts, money orders, etc payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. Are you ready to quit throwing your...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD!. CONDITIONS OVER STATE Interviews With Jobbers of Imple- ments i% Dallas* Prom in te views with Implement men it Is learned that while the crop con- ditions and outlook are not up to the high standard set by optimists, they are fairly good and compare favor- ably with last year's output, the corn crop being probably a great deal larg- er. West Texas is In better condi- tion as regards crops for several years, and the output of this region, • from all indications, is going to bo the largest in the history of the West. While the rains have been the heav- iest of several years, they have been evenly distributed, and crops have not been ruined by floods as in some other parts of the State. The wheat crop In this region is the largest in its his- "tory, and will ccnstitute the bulk of the State's production. While reports are received from parts of the Pan- handle to the effect that farmers are alarmed over the heavy shedding of cotton just no...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ■•31; LABOR DAY BEING OBSERVED IN DALLAS f From Monday's Tuper. 1 lives r advorn The Labor day program, as pulillah- ®d in The Sunday Times Herald, Is being- carried out at the Fair grounds today. The parties participating in the occasion commenced arriving at the Fair grounds about 9:30 ami until noon evert car brought additional numbers. By 11 a. in. several hundred people had assembled at the racetrack grand stand to hear the speaking, Which was carried out according to program, with the exception of .speech- es by F. \V. Habel and George Clifton Edwards. The weather Is all that could t>e desired, and a large crowd Is at the grounds this afternoon to witness the athletic sports and races. W. L. Fox, president of the Dallas .Trades Assembly, acting as master of ceremonies, prior to the speaking ad- Vised the crowd that the athletic events Would take place Immediately In front of the grand stand after the speakers Jiad concluded their...

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 — 7 September 1905

I . 1 80 I • I it- ■ -r Kate Clyde Views the Decay of • Once Famous Seaside Resort and Moralizes a Little, Closing With Some Useful Hints Far Those Who Need Them THE era ot the great hotel is certainly past. I was almost going to say "the era of the great migration." I am re- ferring to that chaotic period in American social life when to go to a fashionable hotel for the summer was the heart's desire of every family In the land that was able to afford It—and, Indeed, of many who were not! Where Is the fashionable hotel at present? Almost as extinct as the dodo. Hotels there are of course, good ones and comfortable ones, in the sense that they have many bathrooms and con- veniences unheard of in the barns call- ed fashionable hotels a generation ago, but there is no social life in them. Nowadays you never go to a summer hotel to make acquaintances; you arrive with your own party and make your social rounds among the cottagers, feeling all the while very sad because you have no cottag...

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 — 7 September 1905

SOUTHERN MEItCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. COURT REFORM MUCH NEEDED ffo the Mercury-Password. Dallas, Tex.. Aug. 11. 190.". For twenty-five years I have watch- ed the administration of penal laws In Texas. My attention has been the more alert; because within that time ■. great many of my friends aiul ac- quaintances have been killed, but not one of the murderers has been hung. As it has Rone with my friends, and J Andrew D. White's Views on Sabbath their murders, so It has gone with the friends of others and their murderers. Within a quarter of a century several hundred residents of Dallas county, perhaps twice as many, as there were United States soldiers killed In battles And It Is not only an Impeachment of republican prlnlcpics but of the Jury system Itself to deny the possibility of such a reformation. I would be glad to see Texas uhuke off the miserable and Imbecile proceedure which Is now disgracing her at home and abroad and meet her sacred duty to furnish ade- quate trib...

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 — 14 September 1905

w* / ** If■ D UNITED WITH • *• ' ^iNik ■ &IM • Be® w 9 n & Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903 8outhern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, I9O0. Vol. XXV. No. 44 > * St • I I • I I 6 • 0 6 • G I • I I I Boys Bust School Clothes. We are showing all the authentic styles in finely tailored perfect fitting suits for the growing young man. The fabrics include tlie latest foreign and domestic weaves, in serviceable tweeds, worsteds and eassimere, in all the latest Autumn colorings. The suits are excellently tailored and well trimmed vc withstand the hardest wear. We arc showing the new double-breasted Norfolk suits with Knickerbocker pants; double-breasted coats with plain knee pants; single-breasted Xorfolk suits, Russian Blouse suits, Sailor Blouse suits and Eton Xorfolk suits. Prices From $3.50 to % 12.00 Suit. SPECIAL FEATURES. This is a S5.00 Suit With Extra Pants to Match. We offer you choice of twenty different s...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. COTTON GRAFT. Cotton and Cotton OH News: A cer- tain mill operator bought fourteen bales of cotton sampled from bales by a Waco cotton buyer. Who does this cotton come out of'.' Why, the planter. Of course. The buyer may tell you It Is his cotton: lie took this sample after the planter had been paid his money. Maybe so, but how %lmut the thirty pounds reclamation made at the Kuro- pean and Now Knglund mills? This is taken from the pile* of cotton, and therefore has to be borne by the pro- ducer. This is another eloquent plea for abating tha leak between the kIii- ner and the spinner. Now don't say we are for the round bale, though we have no apologies to offer for that method, but we are for any kind of bale that can stem the tide of opposi- tion by tli > "city crop" gatherers, com- presses. oilier "vested interests." etc., that will save the South $50,000,000 an- nually filched from cotton bales by su- perfluous handling and thieving ...

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 — 14 September 1905

SOUTHERN MKKUUlll AN I) FAR.UKHS UNION PASSWORH * 1/ L5 [ I I V I • HOLD FOR TWELVE CENTS ' Farmers, are you selling your cottton as fast as you get It ready for market? Do you not know this Is just what the speculator wants you to do? Cotton at this writing has declined some, which Is an evidence that a good deal has been thrown on the market. Will you continue to sell at the other fellow s price, or will you hold for 12 cents.' Do you not know they must have your cotton and will take every pound of it at 12 cetits, or even more, if you only hold for it? Why then will you act against your own interest in dumping your cotton on the market before real- izing what you should? Don't you know the crop is very short and that the speculator will run the price very high as soon as he gets the cotton out of your hands? Why will you act in such an unbusiness way? Do you not know that the speculators are working hard to keep the price down until you turn your cotton -loose, and that the only ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 September 1905

BOUTHKKA MtKUUm ... UKION PASSWORD. not likewise to organise.—Senator ioe Bulley. 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, postof- llce as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-21S Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Building), Dal- las. Texas The only reason alleged for shutting down the Philadelphia mint is, that there is "no bullion, to coin." In the face of the well known fact that the production of gold In this country in greater than ever before, do s not this explanation sound rather "fishy?" Furrn, Stock and Home suggests that a more truthful would probably be, "be- cause there is too much gold coin to suit the money power." Change of Address—Subscribers re- nuesting a change of addiess must give the old as well as the nkvv address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all c...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 September 1905

P . SOUTHERN MKRCURY AND FARMERS UNION FASSWOROL * r I I > DOINGS IN THE NATION Choc taws are Clamoring for Foil Text of Measures—Property Sold. Other News* The Choctaw Nation la becoming aroused over the matter of the plan of legislative proceedure inaugurated by Principal Chief Green McCurtain and is clamoring for the publication of the full text of measures passed by the Choctaw council in spccial session. The charge Is made that no necessity existed for. the special session and the Indian press demands that nil meas- ures designed for the winding up of tribal affairs be left to the newly elect- ed council, which will convene for the last session within a very short time. It is alleged that lireen McCurtain has been appointed special commissioner by the Choctaw council to have full charge of tribal affairs, after the dis- solution of the Indian government. Besides receiving expense money he will receive 10 per ccnt of all moneys, coming to the tribe. This sum will aggregate fo...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HEADQUARTERS OF FARMERS' UNION / Port Worth, Tex., Sept. 9.—In the tontest for the locution of state head- quarters of the Farmers' Union of RTexas, Dallas won out today after the propositions of both Port Worth and that city were submitted to the com- mittee appointed bv the executive <0111- inittee of the union to decide the loca- tion. The committee was composed of Chairman F. W. Davis of Woodbine: X R. Luce of Grapeland and J. R. Jam- ison of Hillsboro. These Kentlemen ar- rived from Dallas Saturday afternoon lit 1:30 and were taken in charffe b.V the local committee and shown over the city. Four different office locations nvere «hown the committee, after which a conference was held In the roomn of the Factory club, attended bv Sec- retary H. B. Paddock of the Hoard of Trade, and several prominent citizens. M. H. Thomas of Dallas, was the cham- pion of his home town. Addresses were made on Fort Worth ns an advantageous point for th...

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 — 14 September 1905

4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA# AAAA4444Ai4 Stumbled on It. "How are you J Retting along at • school, Earlle?" *Tm about the smartest in my class. The teach- er asked me to- £ day where the sun rose, and I • got It right In four guesses. • Mad* ■ Mistake. Why, my dog • was the smartest one I ever saw. v He would go for a • thief or any bad man at once on sight. Indeed! Where is he?" "Well, I sold • him—he bit me!" Selections From Funny land THE BRIDE'S TASK. BBS WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY." PLEASURE AHEAD. 14 9 Fortune Teller: "Bewarel Your bitterest enemy will shortly cross youit path." Mr. Automania: "Good! My auto won't do a thins to him!" Mr. Justwed: "Now that we're married, cle^r, you have a serious task before Mrs. Justwed: "What's that, George?" Mr. Justwed: "You must prove to my sisters that you are worthy of me. SUCH A SWEET CHiLD. IN THE JUNGLE. $ Mr. Monk: "I'm so sorry I haven't a The Elephant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD*. CONTRACT OFFERED BY DALLAS PRINTERS LOCKOUTS ORDERED AT SEVERAL LOCAL ESTABLISHMENTS. Eight Hoar Schedule to Take Effect January I is Presented to Several Employing Printers and is Turned Down—Lockouts Expected at Several Places This Afternoon. ' Because of the refusal of several em- ploying printer* to sign an agreement with the Typographical union for an eight-hour clay, to take effect Jan. 1. •walk-outs occurred in several print- ing establishments to-day. Yesterday afternoon the union printers declared a strike on one Job office. From pres- ent indications there will be several lock-outs during the next day or two. From what can bo learned of the sit- uation, the executive committee of the Dallas Typographical union, acting on Instructions from Presldeent Lynch of the International organization, has call- ed upon a number of employing print- ers and asked them to sign an agree- ment drawn up to the effect that they will adopt the eig...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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