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

/ SOUTHERN SftamtTfty 1V] ^ FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. -f i REQUEST OF THE_FARMERS Union Asked For Reduction in Lumber Rates. Austin, Sept. 28.—No action has as yet been taken by the railroad cpmmls- lelon on the petition presented by Capt. Jack Farley of the Dallas freight bu- reau on behalf of the Farmers' union asking for a reduction of the existing ratei on lumber. Speaking of the matter yesterday af- ternoon, Chairman Storey of the Com- mission, said that this was a very im- portant matter and would require care- ful consideration by the commission. Lumber is a commodity of great ton- nage in Texas and even a slight reduc- tion in the rates would mean a great deal to the carrier, while it would not benefit to any great extent the con- sumer. Before taking any action on the mat- ter. it is the purpose of the commission to carefully consider the annual re- ports of the different railroads of the State for the purpose of ascertaining if they can stand a reduction from the present rat...

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 — 5 October 1905

moMssvri xoT\Tn snaivjivji <JNV Ajmotrarar hhshmos \ nibs OLD POLITICIAN'S PHILOSOPHY I The following political observations 'are made from the viewpoint of tlie Dallas Times Herald, Texas' leading evening dally: If N OW that the Muscovites and the Nipponese has buried the hatchet in Manchuria the gtage manager of the universe has fehifled the scene," remarked Old Pol- itician to his chum yesterday. "All Iho real reformers are doing their level best to push forward live issues, all •the fake reformers are pushing either dead issues or dummy issues. It Is all in the game. The two big reform- ers, sure-enough reformers of the age, ere Theodore Roosevelt and William Jennings Bryan. The latter began his the necessity for the exorcise of that control is clearly demonstrated. Ex- tortion In rates, unfairness, discrimina- tion against persons, discrimination against places, midnight tariffs and re- —all the* ' resulted from lack of regulation. They bates galore- jultles have all these l...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 October 1905

"MEN WERE DECEIVERS EVER." The Rejected One: "Farewell forever! I no longer wish to live, •tared me in the face, how willingly would I meet it!" If death AN ACCOMMODATING PARTY. CHIMNEY SWEEPING IN THE SUDAN. Lady Driver: Weary Willie: "Can you shqw us the way to High Peak, please?" "Certainly, miss, certainly. We are going that way. Jump in, Joe. Anything to oblige a lady[" £253 Quit* the Con- trary. Mae — So she's got a real lover. Helen — Oh, no Indeed! Mae—I heard she had. Helen—Oh, no; she says he's her ideal. SHE KNEW HIM. Incurable. "Did you hear about the man who fell In love with his wife?" "No. Poor fel- low, couldn't the doctors do any- thing for him?" Came Natural. "Johnsby is get- hard drinker!" drinks as easily as any man I ever saw." The Difference. Appendicitis is not any more pain- ful than cramp co'.lc, but it is a great deal more stylish. During the Ride. "13 this your first experience with the automobile?" "Not exactly. I've dodged a few of them." Snap For His Fr...

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 — 5 October 1905

FOTTTHKKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION' PASSWORD. -mm *%Af COMPARISON OF LUMBER RATES Austin, Tev. Sept. 30.—The follow- ing correspondence between Gum Shuw of Texnrakana and O. B. Coluulit, railroad commissioner, in regard to lumber rates in Texas has been made public: Texarkana, Tex., Sept. 28.—Hon. Gus Shaw, Texarkana, Tex: Dear Sir —Your telegram of Sept. 25, reading an follows, was duly received: •In your fight against express com- panies, In your freight reduction of 25 cents per bale on cotton. In your contention that we should send ft man •with our trucks, as permitted with ba- nana trusts, etc., the railroads have clearly given up the tight with you on the above issues. As a lumber dial- er at De Kalb. Tex., 1 assert that the freight rates in Texas on Hftnber a re higher than from given points for the on different lines of railway, the fol- lowing being the rates applying locally in Mississippi, and on the principal lines of railway, both single and Joint line rates being show...

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 — 12 October 1905

a*!!11' lU.i' ■VFIP UNITED WITH * N lira SI Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May ly 1905. i - [ m i I 1 i i Vol. XXV. No. 48 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, October 12, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum % > j « i i i Sanger's Seasonable Offerings. The Best Underwear at Lowest Prices. If you want the best Umluwear it is possible to obtain it at moderate prices. Buy the Munsing Combination Suits for men, women and children. They come in ribbed cotton, merino and cashmere. FOU MEN—Hibbed cotton, per suit... Kibbed maco cotton, per suit Bibbed merino, per tint, 3.50 and. FOB WOMEX—Bibbed cotton, per suit, $1.50 and Spi 00 Bibbed merino, per suit. $2.50 and $2 00 FOB CHILDREN—Kibbad Cotton, per suit, 85c, 75c and 50£ Jn ecru, cream and silver gray. Among our other popuhr numbers are the MEBODE, PHYLLIS and YPSIL.W'TI, of which we carry a full assortment of sizes. Women's, fleeced Cotton Vests and Pants, wh...

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 — 12 October 1905

SOUTHERX MEECUflT AXD FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD!. OLD POLITICIAN'S PHILOSOPHY He waited for the n<iVcl)olojil<.-al mo- *ro Just slOHhlnpr around. Farmers are <1 (From Sunday's Tlnirs Herald.) INSURANCE graft is about the richest species of trraft yet dis- covered,'* remarked Old Politi- cian to his chum yesterday. "These New Yoik financiers are gorgeous chaps, and no mistake. The New York X^ife Insuranee Company has 2 .- 000 policy holders in Texas and JO per cent are Democrats. In 1X96. l-'OO and 1904 these pol ev holders contributed money to defeat their own presiden- tial candidates. Or rather, John A. McCall contributed it for them. All the bic companies contributed to the Republican Campaign Committees year in nnd year out Would the Dem- ocrats have accepted campaign con- tributions'.' Will a iiegro lift a chick- en or purloin a watermelonWell, I guess yes. Hut the close corporation running- the insurance companies are hand in hand with the biir promoters; and a bunch of...

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 — 12 October 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Is Jt- Suffering Will Not Help Your Disease, but Will Weaken Your Nerves. Polks who think it Is hotter to bear pain than soothe It—are wrong. Old-fashioned doctors used to say It (IWas better, because they had nothing ■with which to e;tse pain but dangerous, heart-paralyzing druss. But now, that a safe remedy has been found, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain X'ills, It is wrong to suffer, for nothing cau b« gained but weakened nerves. A safe rule to remember is: When In pain, take an Anti-Pain Pill. This will soothe your quivering nerves. l>r. Miles' Anti-Pain Piils relieve pain l>y restoring the natural secretions, in which they differ from opium and p'.m- llar narcotic drugs, which relieve pain by checking tiie action of the glands. They are sure nnd harmless, and are the latest medical treatment for tho cure of Headache, Neuralgia. Backache, Jtheumatlsm, Dizziness, Toothache, Stomachache, Menstrual (Monthly) Pains. Also nervo Irritations like...

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 — 12 October 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNIOU rA3SW0H0. Bints and Helps. Simple Recipes—Safe Reme- dies—Useful Information For Household and Farm. 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. railroad had finished an hour'* reading of statistics about freight rates, gross and not earnings, etc., Montgomery walk.-d up to him and with u serious look of inquiry on lils countenance asked: "Judge, were you ever a Pop- ulist orator?" "No. sir." testily an- swered the Judge, "why do you ask mo that question?" "Well," drily replied Montgomery, "you can hand)* liggcrs more like one than any man I ever heard." The judge bought the drinks. —State Topics. TIME TO GET TO WORK. Soon the cotton will all be gathered and farmers in Texas will have time to spend In pushing thi work of orKnnl- satlan. We may truly say "we must organi/.e or we will fall." If llu K;ti- mers' U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 October 1905

'' WrW*, f™' '■ ISP!^ SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Itews of J he fair (grounds-A Jtate^ai'r It G: I Mecca for /Norsemen.... % and parations for fall | festival. o The race track at the State Fair Kvounds is a busy place nowadays. Old time horsemen state that the place has not displayed such activity in many years as at present. All space in the available stables have been taken, and most of them are already occupied. Temporary stables have been erected^ for the accommodation . of yearling colts, and the management will, in all probability, have to provide si ill more room for the many horses that are coming, towards Texas. Many horses •will, in all probability, winter at the race track, as it is pronounced one of the most desirable in the south, and a?ide from this, there is a possibility of spring races, and it is considered highly probably that Dallas may be- come a part of the big circuit. The visitor to the stable3 alights from Ihe South Belt car at the very entr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 October 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION PASSWORBL COMPLAINT OF J. CDANIELS Claims that Police Officcr Struck Him. LIVES IN COUNTRY he In wanted for ginning and viola- tions of the IochI option law, • ■ ♦ Public 8chooia of Hillsboro. The total enrollment In the public schoolH here for the month of Septem- ber was 100L*. nn Increase of 187 over I he same month of last year. Super- intendent Butler says that there will still be an Increase over this during tin- present and following months. ♦ • ♦ Candidates for Mayor. In-. J J. Robert yesterday made an announcement in the local paper here bureau the commissioner nays: "An especially close watch has been kept over the food supplies. Nearly 80,000 specimens of milk have been examined, and more than 19,000 quarts of adul- terated milk destroyed, a large Increase over any previous year. Nearly $10,- 000 In fines was collected for viola- tions of tiie law against milk adulter- ation. Over 4.000,000 pounds of fruit, 7,r.00,000 pounds of food and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 October 1905

Life Insurance as It Is Conducted by the New Zealanders APROPOS of the legislative lnves- ligation now being made Into the business methods of cer- "tain American life Insurance companies having their headquarters In New York city, it li comforting to re- call the fact that there is at least one country on the globe where such a state of affairs could not exist. In faraway New Zealand the government conducts a life insurance department which not only offers its policies at a low premi- um, but has the security of the state behind it as Its guarantee to investors. By open competition with individual concerns it prevents any ordinary com- bination from keeping up excessive rates, and there are no high salaried officials to absorb the annual receipts. It is-an ideal theory. In America an Insurance of $5,000, which may cost a person who has arrived at middle age $200 annually. In New Zealand may be obtained for one-third that ex- pense. In America legislative inquiry has already thrown ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 12 October 1905

SOUTHERN' MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. BOSTON MAN IGNOREDTEXAS Governor Lanham was not Notified by Lawson. LOVE LAW FIGHT All the Heavy Legal Guns of the Rail- roads Report ior Duty—Minor Mention. Austin. Tex., Oct. 10.—Governor I.a.i- hiim stated yesterday afternoon that lie had not received a telegram or olln'r notice relative to the dispatch sent out from Boston to the effect that Thonris AV. Law son of Boston had wired the governors of the different states and people of prominence throughout the country of st plan he has to secure res- titution of the funds allegeJ to have been wrongfully used bv the officials of the large Insurance companies. "I have received no telegram from Thomas AV. Lawson or any other person," said the governor, "nor have 1 been invited 10 attend any conference relative to this matter." ♦ ♦ • I . Inspectors Appointed. state Health Officer Tabor yesterday announced the appointment of Or. J. M. Johnson of Oiddlns and Or. G. 8. Miller of Gause, Tex., a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

r"fif -i t'j' '-r I jf - P 1 I V In L * L v- ►UNITED WITH JIB u n i Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lf IOOB. Vol. XXV. No. 49 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, October 19, (905 $1.00 Per Annum eosoeoeoeoeoecec'ceeeoeoeoeoeoeeeesceoeoeoeoeoeoiceaoeioeoeeeoeoeoeoecfeoeoeoeoegceceoececececeoecmi B. F. Avery & Sons, The Oldest Plow People in America. "PLUTO" Disc Plows "TORPEDO" Sulky Plows "LUCKY JIM" Cultivators "MR. DILL" Planters Etc.... The Largest And Most Complete Line of Farming Tools In the Market. Agents for the "Smith," "Mew Harrison" and "Grand Rapids" Wagons. Anything you want in the Buggy and Spring Wagon .•Line.. Dallas, : : Texas. Be sure to write and mention The Mercury-Password. DEAD HORSES, COWS, MULES have no value but their hides, bones and hoofs. The death of an animal means a loss one cannot replace unless insured in a safe concern. If your animal is insured in THE ...

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 — 19 October 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD RACE SUICIDE CHIEF TOPIC Session of Womans Cbristain Temperance Union. Detroit. Mich., Oct. 13.—Race sui- cide has been 0110 of the principal top- ics under discussion at tiie conference ©f the Woman's Christian Temper- by the state's attornoy looking to the restoration of money ho contributed. The resolutions declared that "In the judgment of this board, the excuse offered for the puymerits violates ev- ery sound principle of business moral- ity, and would Justify the illegal con- version of public and private trust publican representatives In both houses of congress to the Democrats of the middle west and we Join the Demo- crats of Massachusetts in demanding freer trade for natural markets of sale and purchase across the Canadian bor- der." It pledges the support of the Dem- fuiuls funds of every description; that i ocrats of Rhode island to any measures ance union, which will close to-nislit at Wyandotte, n suburb of Detroit, j that no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. V'-r H .v t r REFERENDUM IN OREGON ' Oregon has the initiative and refer- endum and is more near.y governed by the people than any state in the union. Before the establishment of the system the few men ixi the legislature, backed by the party machine, were the final power. Now the voters are the final power. Eight per cent of the ptipula- ! tjie unholy combination of number1! tion of the state (8,COO), can bring up ! they have actually frightened our oni- ony question, conduct a campaign upon j <la,s 'nt0 actually enforcing tha aMen ,, , „ _ i contract labor law. They liav grown the issue and secure a vote. If the , so arrogant and so lmplldent that the> first campaign is not successful another j actually insist on being paid wages unpatriotic labot unions are the cause of it all. They actually insist upon being compelled to work only eight gether to talk over the Industrial Sit- uation. "Things are radically wrong," de- clared one....

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 — 19 October 1905

4 *\ 'f 80UTHEBIT 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 nt the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce as^mali 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 nddress 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 DALLAS TEXAS. We take pleasure in correcting any and all errors—don't fail to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will reduce mistakes to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to ask their Postmaster to in- form us of any copy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for special terms ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

BOUTliiOiM MEltt UKl ANU FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. -f J- TWO MOUTHS SPEAKING to the Cotton Farmer of the Southern States. FROM WASHINGTON j Dallas. Oct. 14, 1903. For .weeks the weather bureau of the Department of Agriculture has Insisted, repeated and reiterated that the cotton crop In every cotton state was poor in condition and small in promise; yet on Oct. 3 the statistical bureau of the samj department issued Its statement of condition In figures that plainly indicated a bountiful yield. In other words, with one mouth the Department of Agriculture tells the farmer that his cotton crop is light and should command a high price, while with another mouth and a much loud- er voice he Is told that his crop is abundant and worlh very little. The farmer knows very well which of these voices has the true ring, for he knows that large tracts of the cotton producing states of Louisiana, Missis- sippi, Arkansas and Texas are wilder- nesses of rank weeds and rotting cot- ton bolls; but what d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

fPPTOTO >- c* BOUTIIERtf MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ASHBY MAKES STIRRING TALK Slump Aslihy. eloquent, unpur- i hasuble ami dear to the hearts of all reformers, spoke to a good crowd of TO ALABAMA UNIONS. I have received many calls to n t with and address county unions In this month. Most counties are having their meetings as early as practicable after the State meeting in order to adjust matters and owing to so many me t- Ings. It is impossible for me to be able to meet with them all in the near fu- ture and will do so as soon as I pos- i j | * ui ■ i • vm inn i |m|| <4ti inn v u' Blbly can. When you need my services f;lrmcrK here yesterday along the lines a theory, has been proven by exp'-ri- ri,t« drinking cups mu"t be provhf il f'ir you will please not only write me, but *- —v — • ' *■— also write the Slate President, I. A. iWorley, as I am under his control, T. E. PINKO A It. Stat" Lecturer, Alabama. HOUSTON MASHER COMES TO GRIEF Houston. Tex., are tonight that Oc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

-r Ke^te Clyde Declares That This Is the Day of the Old Maid, or. Rather, of the "Bachelor Girl," if You Please—Why People Marry Later In Life Than They Did a Gener- ation Ago—Hints on Table Decorations and Fashions yr ,T'>7,,TT,y'T7'f7'*'fw There is no doubt of it. this is the day of the old maid. I beg your pardon! Old maid no longer. Bachelor girl! And it Is her day for two reasons. One Is, I am sorry to say, that men are not marrying as early and as often as formerly. The other reason Is to be found in the fact that mademoiselle herself Is more particular in the choice of a husband than her mother and her grandmother were. The modern woman Is, above every- thing, independent. She want3 her home, her interests and her allowance. The mere fact of becoming a married woman, with the privilege of putting "Mrs." before her name, won't compen- sate her for the loss of any one of these. The day is past when a woman will make "allowances" for her husband's weaknesses on the ground tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 19 October 1905

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. GOV. FOLK'S HOT SHOT fierce Arraignment of Political Boodlers and Business Grafters. Philadelphia, Oct. 17.—The Missouri governor last night addressed a large %nd enthusiastic audience in the Acad- emy of Music. He spoke under the aus- pices of the City club, which claims no connection with the City party. Gov. Folk had an exceedingly busy flay and his reception wherever he ap- peared during the day and evening was a flattering one. The crowd that attempted to gain entrance to the academy last night was eo great that the doors were closed be- fore the meeting began. Several thou- sand persons who could not get in were addressed by city and county speak- ers. While the curbstone mass meet- ing was in progress, Gov. Folk ar- rived and the assemblage would not permit him to enter the building until he had addressed them. He made a short speech. When he entered the academy, the entire audience stood up to welcome hlin. President Burnhnm, In e...

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