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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 September 1905

■"-n m \ I u p * e fc Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1900. Vol. XXV. No. 45 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, September 21, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum wwwwtwiv vtv w.N^vivfv vw vw v viv vtww w^iwiv ww v v v w v«v ^WWWWWVv %^WWWWWWW5 B. F. Avery & Sons, The Oldest Plow People in America. "PLUTO" Disc Plows '•TORPEDO" Sulky Plows "LUCKY JIM" Cultivators "MR. BILL" Planters Etc.... The And Most Complete Line of Farming Tools In the Market. Agents for tha "Smith," "Wow Harrison" and "Grand Rapids" Wagons. Anything you want in the Buggy and Spring Wagon .•Line.. Dallas, : : Texas. n A CONSERVATORY OF NATIONAL REPUTATION. ""..RiHJ*" THE ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY OF TEXAS Now has heavy steel rails, and ballast, over practically the entire system, Is equipped with hlnh-upeed engines, modern wide vestibule day coarhos, free reclining chair car, parlor cafe cars and Pullman's latest ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 September 1905

SOUTHERN' MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. RATE REGULATION West Virginian Believes That BUI to Regulate Freight Rates will Pass After a Hard Fight. New York. Sept. 19. —Senator Ste- phen 11. Elk ins of West Virginia, Is In New York nnd Jias been in consultation here with various railroad and busings* men on the subject of railroad and tariff legislation to bo considered by congress In tho coining session. As chairman of the senate committee on interstate com- merce. Mr. Elklns will have charge of nil railroad legislation In the senate. He predicts that a rate regulation till' will pat's this winter, but feels that a pro- longed and bitter fight will ensuo when the subject of tariff revision is con- sidered. The senator said yesterday: "The committee of which I am chair- man, a.id which will frame a measure thin winter, is prepared for it;, work and will meet two weeks in advance of the regular session for the purpose of preparing a bill. Every member of Ihe committee knows exact ...

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 — 21 September 1905

Si* SK>. I' % r REMARKABLE STORY TOLD Old Ran Dies in Oregon Alter Telling His History* The Oregon Journal, published at Portland, Oregon, contains a remark- able story In Us issue of Friday, Sept. 6, In which a man known aa Capt. Pa- vid A. Dare made claim to a large amount of property now located in the business district of this city. Capt. Dare, the man with the remarkable claim, died at the county hospital at Portland. Thursday. Sept. 7, but be- fore dying he gave a woman who had been kind to him the deeds to the land which he claims to have once owned In this city. The story as told in the Oregon Journal reads like a romance. It is as follows: Captain David A. Dare, master of the United States transport Foote during the civil war, died at the county hos- pital yesterday evening at the age of 73 years, on the eve of what promised to be a great legal battle to recover property at Dallas, Texas, worth hun- dreds of thousands of dollars,,of which he claimed he was the rightful o...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Ill lip III ITMrtfgmT UN III pi imibtwt United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Verniers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year, in advance. Ilalf year, 50 centa. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof flee as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Building). Dai laa. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re questing a chanse of address must bIvo the OLD as well as the NKW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLTSIIINO CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. Remember the date, Saturday, Sept. 23. A number of thoughtful and valua- ble articles on the cotton problem ap- pear in this issue. On our seventh page will be found a very Interesting and timely write-up of the beef trust. The eyes of the world are upon this this great movement....

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 — 21 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. JM SAD STORY OF YOUNG GIRL Driven Desperate by Newspaper Story. New York, Sept. 15.—Loronzen Berry, a carpenter of West Medford, Mass., today identified as that of bis daughter, Ella, the body of the youngr woman who committed suicide on "Wednesday in the Hotel Manhattan. She was a stenographer in her home town, he said. Mr. Berry declared that the publi- cation of an untrue story in a Boston paper a year ago that his daughter had run away with a married man was the cause of her self destruction. The next da*. Mr. Berry said, it turned out that she had merely been on a vaca- tion alone. Although the paper published a re- traction Mr. Berry added, the Injury done her was great and she never re- covered from it, but grew more and more down-hearted and morose. The young woman registered at the Manhattan hotel Wednesday afternoon under the name of "A. W. Wildey, Washington, D. C." and that night kill- ed herself with poison and a pistol. • • ...

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 — 21 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. GATHERING COTTON CROP Work For Many People Every Year. 'About this time of the vear is the sea- son for the cotton to begin to open n'l Over North Texas and soon it will be a familiar sight to see the farmer «o- Jng out in the country with a wagon load of negroes. It is the one tunc of the year that nearly all negroes work, and as a general rule they make good money for three months during the year. On account of the fact that the cotton crop is later this year than us- ual the picking of the fleecy staple will .very likely last until nearly January, ffo a stranger from the north who lirst (Bees a cotton llekl with a large num- ber of negroes at work it Is a striking ■ight and one that is not soon forgot- ten. The picking of the cotton Is one part of the farming on which there has b< en practically no Improvement made and It is picked today by hand just as it was before the war. Many machines have been Invented for the gather no: of t...

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 — 21 September 1905

I 1 < H Possible Crisis In the Life of the Beef Crust I HE recent announce- ment that a time had been fixed upon as trial day for the twen- ty or more packers and corporations in- dicted July 1 by the federal grand jury at Chicago is fresh evidence that the pros- ecution of the beef trust will be push- ed. Ever since the finding of the grand Jury the United States district attor- ney's office for the northern district of Illinois had been the scone of great activity. Assistant Attorney Genera! Cllivsr E. Pagin has batn In constant co-operation with District Attorney Charles B. Morrison, and the govern- ment has evidently spared no effort to perfect the preparatory work. The indictment of these individuals and corporations was not the result of n hasty and ill advised judgment on the part of the -grand jurors. Its in- spiration was neither malice nor sen- timent. It was a deliberate and well dige.tej conclusion arrived at after ninety days of patient and laborious investigation. T...

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 — 21 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. STAND FOR THE MINIMUM PRICE As this Is my first communication since 1 published to the world that I would pay no more dues until we had a constitution with the Initiative and re- ferendum; I um pleased to say now that I will, at our next meeting, pay all of my arrears and get the harness on again. Our Waco convention did even more than 1 had asked, viz., de- clared a minimum prlc* for cotton, and our president has had the good sense to have It published one cent higher. Now, we are a unit once more, and that Is what we call union. We are now the Farmers' ynlon, in- deed. Now, with a fixed price, cotton will move slowly, and the Bight supply will never be In excess of consumption. As long as 1 have a pair of mules that does all of the work that I want done, I have no demand for more mules, but when one is disabled, then I deman l another, and will even sacrifice some thing to obtain it. We have elsewhere a minimum price for cotton, let us ...

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 — 28 September 1905

Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1, 1900. I - I •r K L\V \ Vol. XXV. No. 46 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, September C8, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum € Autumn Teble Dressings. Our established reputation for quality and economy is more than maintained by the extra special bargains in dainty Table Dressings announced this week. 50c Damask 89c—08-inch cream and 70-inch bleached Union Damask, our regular 50c leader special 65o Damask 50c—70-inch bleached and silver bleached all linen Damask, our 6Jc and 65c grades, special Cf at DUC 90c Damask 75c—72-inch fine bleached Satin Damask —new patterns—our regular 85c and 90c grade ^r_ special price I DC $1.25 Damask 95c—72-inch bleached and silver bleached Satin Damask, new patterns, our $1.25 grades, «r special "DC $1.35 Napkins 1.25—18-inch silver bleached Union Linen Napkins, assorted patterns the $1.35 «r grade, special, per dozen 3)1 UD $1.50 Napkin...

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 — 28 September 1905

SOUTITEItX MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. THE ONE GREAT FARMER8' OR- GANIZATION. The Mercury-Puss word Is gratified to nota that a most excellent Kansas contemporary, the Advocate, of Topc- ka, is now an avowed champion of the Farmers' Union, and has set aside a department for Union news, In which appears the appended article. Its sig- nificance Is apparent when It Is under- stood that the Advocate Is the leading exponent of the National Farmers' Ex- change. Says the Advocate: "For some weeks a department has been run In this paper, giving some- thing of an account of the principles and work of the Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America. We did not take tills step until we had made a thorough lnv<n iffatlon of the order. We are satisfied that the Insti- tution will be greatly beneficial to th< LITTLETON MENTIONED Former Texan Suggested For Mayor of New York. New York, Sept. 25.—Campaigning for the control of tho city administra- tion for the next four year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ADVICE TO THEFARMER Manager of Farmer's Union Cotton Department Writes Letter. INDICATES SHORTAGE Believes That There will be a Strong Demand for Staple This Year. | (From Friday's Times Herald.) Col. Milton Park of this city, who has been prominent in the work of organiz- ing the Farmers' union, received the subjoined communication this morning signed by John T. Garner, manager of the cotton department of this organi- sation. The communication will no tioubt be of much Interest to the cot- ton growers of the state, and It is giv- en In full below: Greenville, Sept. 20, 1905. To the Membership of F. E. & C. U. of A. Dear Brethren: Upon your acts now depends the success or failure of the union. We are now face to face ■with a great problem. Last year the world stood aghast and admired your nets in holding your cotton. If you had carried out the advice of the union your victory would have been complete. We have waited to see if any gen-...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCTJLI AND FAUMEKS UNION PASSWORD. United with th* FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. (■ Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Formers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year, in advance. Half year, 60 cents. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- flce as mail 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 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. ' such rift la- a life is charmingly depicted in th sue under the title, "Mrs. Maria Rlck- er." Every man and woman ought to read the sketch. The San Saba Star pertinently re marks that It looks a Ilttf« green to u man "up a tree" that the cotton raisers can not stick together on any proposi- tion long enough to r...

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 — 28 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD I- : FARMERS AT FORTWORTH Tarrant Coanty Planters Decide to Hold Cotton. STAND BY UNION Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 23.—If the action taken and recommendations made by the members of the Farmers' union of Tarrant county at a meeting held In this city Saturday afternoon, are to be carried out there •will be no cheap cotton or cot- ton seed sold in Texas during the present year. The meeting was held for the pur- pose of endorsing or rejecting the prop- osition of the state executive commit- tee of the union which recommended that the minimum price of cotton be placed at 11 ccnts. This conclusion of the executive committee was reached after a conference recently held at Waco. The meeting of the Tarrant county farmers held Saturda unanimously en- dorsed the price and showed its posi- tion on the question by the adoption of the following resolutions which was adopted unanimously: "Whereas, The state executive board of the Farmers' union of Texas fi...

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 — 28 September 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ! GLEAN SWEEP FORPALMA Cuban Liberals Snowed Under Yesterday. ' Havana. Sept. 23.—The Liberals ad- mit they were badly beaten In the elec- tion held today to elect members of the ejection boards to serve at the general election to be held Dec. 31, but claim they were outvoted because the Moder- ates crowded the noils, and would not admit their workers, being aided in this they claim by the police. Telegrams from the interior Indicate a complete victory for the government throughout the island. As fur as known the election passed off peacefully ex- cept at Placates, where many shots were fired during an altercation be- tween rival workers, but no one was killed, although there were several nar- row escapes and a few were injured. The reporter of the Publishers Press house. Later reports describe it as visited several polling places and 1,11 In a slate bordering on extreme dilnp- cach instance found the l1®*1.1 ']' JJ Idation though still I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 September 1905

THE WOMAN OF IT. -r~ m r ht—1UI00 Agediy has faucn a sad face. She—Well, a face like hers is enough b make any one sad. Uh □ % □ SHE TOOK NO CHANCES, L "If you loved me, why did you at first refuse me?" "I wanted to see how you would act." "But I might have rushed off without waiting for an explanation.*1 "Oh, 1 had the door locked!" HIS 8UCCESS. "Tour friend Little tolls ma he's got his wife pretty thoroughly trained now." "Yes, he's got her trained so that he can make her do pretty nearly any- thing she wants to do." NOT HIS FIRST. & 8hei "And am I the first woman you ever loved?" Hei "No, indeedl At ths early age of seven I thought seriously of eloping with my teacher." ' A NATURAL INFERENCE. Mrs. Bertwhlstle (automobiling)—I hear the very latest dance is called "the automobile." Dusnap—Um; I suppose it ia a sort of "breakdown." GIVING HER AWAY. BUTTONHOLED. 1 mi Little Girl (to her aunt on leaving church): "Is it true, auntie, what the elergyman said—that the heathen don't w...

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 — 28 September 1905

Wrr- tip BOimusKAi MEKLUHY AND FAHMERS UNION PASSWORD. t APPEALS TO BUSINESS MEN President Calvin of Texas Farm- ers Union. TO HOLD COTTON Financiers Are Asked to Help Soathern Planters to Keep Staph for Higher Price. President E. A. Cah'in, of the Fur- mi rs- Union of America, hn.s issued the following appeal to the bankers an*l our backs upon the land of the free and the home of the brave and take up our abode In the jungles of the serfs and hovels of th'c slaves. Are the farmers to be condemned for discouraging a system which takes the kings and queens of the land and transforms them Into hewers of wood and drawers of water? I think not. 3. "To assist our members In buy- ing and selling-—and espjclaily to strive for systematic and controlled marketing and for more just and equi- table prices." Is there any harm In the farmers ns- slsting each other In any legitimate way, either In buying or selling or In transacting any other business? Is there any harm In the farmers having a sy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 October 1905

■ m* i%.. Wmfrt n p UNITED R n & WITH 4*f *hr Bfl Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1, 1005. Vol. XXV. No. 47 " 1 - — " - ■ ■ ■■ Dallas, Texas, Thursday, October 5, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum ceoeoeoeceseca^c^xsoeoeoeceoecece^^o^^^oeoeofcececs^oecece^cecececeoececeotceoeceoeoece^cecea B. F. Avery & Sons, \ The Oldest Plow People in America. "PLUTO" Disc Plows '•TORPEDO" Sulky Plows "LUCKY JIM" Cultivators "MR. BILL" Planters Etc.... The Largest And Most Complete ^ Une of ^jl arming .jois ^ In the ""'■orS jKT*-. ■ j Market. Agents for the "Smith," "New Harrison" 'and "Grand Rapids" Wagons. Anything you want in the Buggy and Spring Wagon .•Line.. Dallas, : : Texas. 0 o o o 8 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0000000000000000 00 0000000000000000 Be Sure That You're Right Then Go Ahead The above nriaice l« n good one, and If followed out will nnvr you many a dollar. It appli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 October 1905

SOUTHERN' MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. FAVOR COTTON FACTORIES Mfhy Not Manufacture Our Own Cot* ten Goods Co-Opcrntively in tha Cotton 8tstes? v. For the Mercury Password: To the Farmers' Union of Texas and other Cotton Growing States: So long as the cotton planter of the South de pends on selling: his cotton in Its raw ■tat? just so long does he leave his business open to speculation. In ol- der to receive his fullest value pons! ble we must make it into its finished products, which we, as an organiza- tion. are fully able to do. Hence we must own the machines of production or else consent to be owned by the machines, as has been the case with the Southern cotton growers. We all realize the fact that speculation besins on cotton when it is sold by producer to local buyer, after which each (peculator along the line receives a handsome proilt. Another Item is (hipping expenses until it reaches the place of manufacture, which Is usually In the New England states or across the w...

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

,f- ■ SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORBL i-: ■ J D' I I i \ i / FARMER BOY 18 ACCOMPLISHED. No boy need ever regret that he was born In the country and reared on the farm. He may lack the keenness, says the National Fruit Grower; he may be embarrassed by hlB own awkwardness, and feel that he is at hopeless disad- vantage In the race, but the country boy has a wider range of practical Ideas. From the first his services are In demand. He becomes at once part of the force that Is making for horns, comfort and' prosperity, and feels the Independence of one who Is helping to support himself and to add to the gen- eral store. Th'a farm boy Is likely to regard his life as one of drudgery, and such it may be, if he loses inter- est In his surroundings. He- Is pressed with a continual round of dutj\ There Is something heroic in the country boy's struggle with the elements. Rain, enow and sleet only braces his courage. The garnering of crops, the housing and feeding of domestic anim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 October 1905

SOUTH. *Y 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. Hall year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas, Texan. pc*tof- fice as mail matter of the second class Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Market gradually. Say, brother, this Is a good time to tackle that neighbor of yours—he is "almost persuaded" and ripe to join the union now. Try him again. Speelal attention is called to the re- port of the Oklahoma representative who visited nnd Inspected the Rio Grande Co-Operative Woolen Mills. Russia and other wheat countries have a short crop, hence the wheat raisers of this country are in a ponl- tlon to command a good price provided they do not break their necks rushing their wheat to the markets. Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must give the OLD as well as the NEW ad...

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