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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 5 July 1905

Officers of Texas State Union. HEADQUARTERSGRKEN VILLE, Tx. N.CJ. mi iiiiav, I'renldent, kliikkinn. B. A. C'AI.VIN, \'lce- rrcldellt, Wale*. Newt Iikkhvam, Nwretary-Tre«mirer, I'utnt. j. U. Mo* isomkhv, orkniilut, Uordon. J. P. I.ank, <'lntplalu, (illllatltl. T. K. (Jknthv, Uoorkeeper, Italy. k.Nkkik, conductor, Frultlaud. kx koutivk committek. W, T. I.duukiimii.k, Chairman, Proctor. W. A. Shaw, Si*retary, Dallux. •O. P. I'Vl.K, Mlneola. W. I). I.kwih, Cornhlll. D. K. liof.roMii, Campbell. J NO. t. uaiinkk, Ilimlm-HH Agent. F. W. Davih, Manager Cuttou Department. Jmt. It. Himtoh, Manager l-'rutt ami I'ruek Department. National Union Interests. Greenville, Tex., May 23, 05. To thi' Farmer* Kducatlonal unit Co-opera- tive Unlou of America; Brethren—Unless otherwise ordered, you are hereby called to meet in delegated form at Texarxana, Texas, on Thurs- day, September 7, l')05, 10 a. m. The purpose of this meeting is to hold a general council concern- ing the national interests of th...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 5 July 1905

INDIAHOMA DEPARTMENT. Officers of Indiahoma State Union. HEADQUARTERS DURANT, I. T. S. O. Dawes, Cordell, O. T., President. J. P. Connors, Canadian. I. T., Vice-President. J. S. Moore, Hess, O. T., Sec, retary-Treasurer. A. J- Carter, Lindsey, I. T., General Organizer. Rev. P. C. Estis, Snyder, O. T. Chapliin. J. H. Keltner, Stonewall, I. T., Conductor. J. E. Gunter, Muldrow, I. T., Doorkeeper. Executive Committee: A. Frank Ross, Chairman, Durant, I. T.; W. H. Lancaster, Secretary, Rotf, I.T.;Campbell Russell, Hereford, I. T., R. J. Ward, Oak Lodge, I. T., J. W. Harrison, Roosevelt, O. T. Business-Labor Organization. Durant, I. T., June 80, 1905. Killtor Co-Operator: You are right, when you take the position that our organiza- tion is a business organization, but I must differ with you on the proposition that it is not a labor organization, while it is a busi- ness organization, it is also a la- bor organization; first, because at least 95 per cent of its mem- bership are laboring m...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 5 July 1905

Controlled by Professional Trad, int. To Th«- Co-opcrator. IJy keeping in touch with the markets daily, one is bound to see what the real elements of price regulations are. You must peruse, closely, the phraseology of the reports to be able to un- derstand the meaning of the com- ments and opinions. One has to read "between the lines" to form a clear conception of the trend of the reports and all their latent meanings. In consulting the market of one particular com- modity you must look at other commodities to form an adequate and correct opinion in regard to the particular market price of a given product. Markets are not governed by the real and availa ble amount of a particular pro- duct. It has come to the pass that all market values of stan- dard or primary products are controlled by " professional trad- ing." Now, what do we mean by "profesional trading? " Pro- fessional trading is a term de- noting the power or ability of men or numbers of men to con- trol the price of a given...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

n □ D Vol. 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1905. No. 47 l Southern Bankers and Cotton- <J rowers. Mine months ago the Manufac- turers' Record wrote to more than 200 bankers of the South asking for their opinion about the prospect of this year's crop of cotton and for an indication of the extent to which they would co-operate with the growers for the prevention of a sacrifice of the remainder of last year's crop. At the time thousands of South- ern farmers had not recoverd from the feeling of depression that had been caused by the slump in the price of cotton in December, and there was much unrest and un- certainty about this year's fu- ture for one of the S o u t h' s most important occ u pation s . The hundreds of replies from the bankers, which were published by the Manufact- urers' Record, and given wide c i r c u 1 a t ion, were of an op- timistic charac- ter, especially as they man- ifested a pur- pose on the part of the ban- kers to back up to the extent of their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

\ / .1 ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT. Officers of Arkansas Stale Union headouartkks conway. ark. J. T. Batten, President, Tuck erman. H. B. Walker, Vice-President, Mixon. Ben L. Griffin, Sec-Treasurer, Nashville. J. W. Comer, Chaplain. J. A. Blackford, Conductor, Jonesboro. J. H. Keith, Door keeper. The executive committee: R. H. McCullough, Chairman, Be- bee; A. K. Austin, Secretary, Gilkey; J.Coleman Palmer, Black- ton; L. A. Reece, Shover Springs, and O. P. Nixon Clinton. Phillips County Union. Editor Co-Operator: Monell, Ark., Nov. 20—A call meeting of the Phillips County Union was held with Big Cypress Union No. 113(5 on the 18th. J. F. Watkins was elected Coun- ty Business Agent and E. R. Smalley, County Lecturer. With our business in the hands of Bro. Watkins, and the welfare of the brethren generally in the hands of Bro. Smalley, we expect to do big things in 190(5. I wish every farmer was a reader of the Na- tional CoOperator. Fraternally, J. 1'. Smith. Bring Back the Price. Editor C...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

n- t. 03 h b Officer* of Texas State Union. HEADQUARTERS dallas, tkxas. E. A. Calvin, President, Dallas. J. A. Wheeler, Vice-President Belton. B. F. Chapman, Secretary, Dallas. J. D. Montgomery. Organizer, Gordon. D. J. Neal, Lecturer. J. P. Lane, Chaplain, Gallatin. J. T. Mohon, Door Keeper. A. C. Neece, Conductor, Sun- set. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. F. W- Davis, Chairman, Wood- bine J. D. Jamison, Secretary, Hills- ooro. G. N. Garner, Snyder. N. A. Clifton, Cliff. J. R. Luce, Grapeland, Route 2. Call For National Councl. To Tliu Farmer* Educational ami Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Greenville, Texas, Sept. 28.— In accordance with a resolution passed by the Executive Com- mittee of the Farmers Educa- tional and Co-Operative Union of America, in session atGreenville, Texas, directing us to issue a call for a national meeting, you are hereby called to meet in delega- ted form at Texarkana, Texas, on Tuesday, December 5th, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m. The purpose of this meeting is to hold...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

i A L. - * ' o. i'. i'yi.k, Kdltor, i'iiiiiikiht anil hiihiiicm* Manager. Ill IA iii) iii' iiiiiki'tohh. Mewl (Invlwiin, .1. I). MontKoinery, N. Murray. uo. T. Uarner, Jno. It. Itwtor, It. H. Heath. I'llIiIIhlii'iI (111!•« 11 Week lit Mlui'iilii, Texan. tkhmh lir hi'iimi'iiii'thin. One Hollar it year, In mlvtuire. Entered at 1'ont Office Mlneola, Texan, iim mccoiiii-ciiihh mall matter. Ailvert InIiijc ratex will lie fiinilHlied on ap- plication. <UNION £OLA Tin- Home im tlm houe of tin- Nation. When erer.v family ownn a home free from mort- gage, then Indeed, will we have a pronperoUM country. To own a home I* a duty every man nwei to hlniHelf, IiIh family anil lit* country. MINKOLA, TUX.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. J! I Let's get a move on ourselves, The price is still 11 cents. Stand by it. There is no success without great labor. Poor stock never pays, breed mortgage They The young men are our hope. Give them a chance always. A builder builds. A pull-back tears down. Let's all be build- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

P- GEORGIA DEPARTMENT. Officers of Georgia State Union. headquarters thomaston, ga. Chas. S. Barrett, President, Atwater. W. P. Quinby, Vice-President, Cartersville, R. 4. R. F. Duckworth, Secretary- Treasurer, Thomaston. C. L. Gowan, Organizer, Wal- eska. R. L. Barron, Lecturer, Hen- drix. J. C. Venable, Chaplain, Law- renceville. J. W. Gill, Conductor, Wood- bury. J. W. Morgan, Dooi'-Keeper, Sycamore. R. A. Wilbanks, Sergeant-at- Arms, Buford. Executive Committee: S. S. Barrett, Chairman, Zebulon; S. J. Smith, Secretary, Silver City; J. D. Anderson, Batesville; J. II. Hoyle, Thomaston; and W. T. Hogue, Drakeville. Congratulations by President Barrett ot Georgia. To tin' Mi'IiiIh'I'h of the Fnrim-rn I'ulon <if iieorglii: Brethren, I congratulate you upon the harmony existing in the Farmers Union today. It is remarkable that there has been so little friction among the mem- bers of our order. We have not had to revoke a single Charter and not a single complaint against a local or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

1! THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column (Ifillcatfld to tlrwl motlmrw Hi th«*y Join t In* homiM'Ircli'at «*v*ii1iik tl<lt«. lovio ijoiiticnh lamok. a good wife row from her ! «•«! one morn, Ami thought with ii m'rvoiiM ilreiid Of till* pile* of clotllfrt to im> w/ihihui nml iiio|*t' Tlmii n down inoutliH to l * fed. There'* tin* ineiiU to gel for tin* men In the field. And tie* children to II* away To mciiooi, and the milk to im Mkiinmed and churned; And /ill to lie done tliin day. Jt haw rained in the iiljflit, and nil tin' wood WaM aw wet an it could lie; The*v were pucldili^c*4 mid |den to hake, lie- nlde-4 A I-inf of cake for tea. And t in* day wan hot and her aching head Throbbed wearily iih mIh* Hald, MJf maldeiM but knew what good wivch know, They would not be in hunte to wed!" •'Jennie, what do you think I told Hen Jirown?" Called tin* farmer from the well; ami a iiiuhii crept iih to iiim brouxed brow, Ami liln eye* half banhfully fell; "'It was tliin,'' lie nald, and comi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

* >v I Care of the Farm Horse, Upon going to the barn in the morning I give the horses hay the tirst thing. I don't like the usual practice of giving them their gram the tirst thing in the morning, for when the davs are long and we go to the barn at four in the morning or a little later, it is too earlv to feed the grain, and it would be too long before the next feed. After the hav is given I clean the stable and curry the horses. All my horses and colts are stabled from the tirst of October till the first of June, and are all curried every morning, though not more than a moments time may be spent on some of them. After currying, the harness is looked over, but never put on the horses until after breakfast, or Until they are wanted for work. The last thing befoie going to breakfast I give the horses their grain. They have plenty of time to eat while I am eating, and after breakfast if they are wan- ted for work they are harnessed and watered. If there is no work for them thev are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 29 November 1905

. ;a 2 j .Some Fire-Arm "Dont's." Don't forget that the front end of a gun is always dangerous, no matter who holds the weapon. Don't forget to handle guns on the theory that they are always loaded and cocked. Don't forget to be carefulabout choosing those whom you allow to accompany you on a hunting trip. There is nothing like pick- ing number eights out of your scalp or digging bucKshot out of your legs, to make you particu- lar in choosing your hunting com- panions. Don't go hunting with a cro"'d. One companion with a gun is enough to watch and to look out for when tiring one's own weap- on. Don't trust the lock mechanism of the best gun, ever made. When working the lever or bolt of a magazine to transfer a cartridge from magazine to barrel, see that the muzzle points in a safe dir- ection. Don't put a loaded gun into a wagon. Don't put a loaded gun anywhere out of your hands. If you must lay it down or stand it against a tree or a fence, unload the gun. But when you pick it up a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

'iSM* I if, it D D Vol. 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 190i. It's Reliably Reported That 5,000 men, out of a popu- lation of 60,000,000. control all the wealth of the United States. Is it any wonder that we have such abject poverty when a few have such immense wealth, and that the independent class that we have been so proud of, is fast disappearing in our blessed coun- try? (Stop right here! This is your "Uncle Johney," of the Rio Grande Woolen Mills Company, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, writing an advertisement, invit- ing you to use the opportunities you still have, and to do so be- fore it is too late; so don't be de- ceived. ) Have you satisfied your- self as to how this wealth has ac- cumulated in a few hands? Have you thought why you have these labor organizations on one hand and the trusts on the other; why you have the Farmers Education- al and Co-Operative Union of America? If you have not, don't call me a "calamity howler" or a pessimist, until you have. I will t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

f Endorses the Exchange. Pittsburg, Texas, Dec. 23. — Replying to your letter of the 10th inst., asking for my views of the Exchange plan of market- ing fruits and vegetables. From my experience and ob- servation the past two years I am convinced that the Exchange plan is the proper one and I know of no improvement to suggest. During the season of 1901, I was in Chicago, as the representative of the Camp County Truck Grow- ers Association, and kept Mr. R. H. Heath, manager cf our Asso- ciation, in close touch, by wire, with the Chicago market, there- by enabling him to sell potatoes f. o. b. here for cash at higher prices than was obtained at any other place in Texas on same days. The potato crops in Arkansas and the northwest were short, and the demand good. Mr. Heath sold most of our potatoes here at 75 cents and $1.25 per bushel. Notwithstanding these prices, I was satisfied it would be to the interest of the growers to sell in Chicago. At my urgent and re- peated requests a few ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

si *• County Union Meeting. Sweetwater, Texas, Dee. 24.— I have not noticed anything in your valuable paper from our county for sometime. We want you to know that we are still alive, and that all we need is a few good lectures. Our County Union met with Plum Creek local union on the first Saturday in this month. The purpose of this meeting1 was to elect officers. We did not have quite as good attendance as usual, but we had a good time. This is the first time we have ever met with Plum Creek local and I must say they certainly did show their appreciation in every way. The good ladies gave us a most excellent dinner. There was enough to feed twice the number of members present. The following officers were electedfor the following year: J. D. Moore, president; M. L. Bennett, vice-president; P. A. Smith, secretary-treasurer, and business agent; J. T. Hollin, lec- turer; W. B. Hobbs, Chaplain; R. 0. Allen, door-keeper, and A. H. Smith, conductor. After discussing other import- ant busin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

/ / 1 I o. J\ I'VLIC, ICdltor nnjl Proprietor, Published Once a Week at Mlneobi, Texas. tijitms i if ml'liw kii'tion. One hollar it year, In mlvance. Board iif Director*: New t (ire liain, .1. h. Montgomery. N. Murray. Jim. T. (iarner, Juu. It. Hector, |{. il. Heath Entered hi off In* Mlneola, Texan, an second-class mail matter. Advertlslug rates will he furnMied on ap- plication. •^uNio NT^T L ABELV ^'NCCLA The Moiuc 1m tin* hone of the Nation. When ®?ery family owns a home free from mort- gag*-, then Indeed, will we have a prosperous country. To own a home 1h a iluty every man owes to hiiiih«*1 f, his family am! h 1h country. TO COKItesPONDRNT£: Co-Operatin- In alu/i.vh ylad to hear from .von, I'111 you mUHt not feel slighted if we an compelled to ntrlke out a part of your coin- nitiiti<-;itionk. Wt* receive wo many that If w e we re to print t ln*m just as they come in we would have to cnlnrge tin* paper hoiik weeks to accommodate the correspondents alone. When writing, be Hii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

mMMNBKI FARMERS' MEETINGS. Executive Committeeof Texas Division Southern Cotton Asso. ciation at Austin, Jan. 2, followed by session of the Association's delegates January 3. Executive Committee of Na- tional Farmers' Union elected at Texarkana in joint session with the Texas Executive Committee of the Farmers' Union at Dallas January 4. The Cotton Convention of the Southern states, called by Hon. ■ Harvie Jordan, president of the Southern Cotton Association for New Orleans, La , January 11, 12 and 13. Texas Swine Breeders Associ- ation meets at Decatur, Wise County, Texas. January' and 10. Executive Committee of South- ern Cotton Asssociation meets at ilot Springs, Arkansas, January 1'.. Oklahoma State Hoard of Agri- culture, at Guthrie, January Hi, 17 and 1*. Texas State Horticultural So- ciety at Palestine, January 2." and 26. Executive Committee Texas Farmers' Congress at Palestine, January 2">. Texas Cattle Kaisers' Associa- tion at Dallas March 111, 20 and 21. Fort Wort Fat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

4 Intelligence Will Conquer. Atwood, Tenn., Jan. 1.—Intel- ligence differentiates man from the rest of mundane creation. It is our only reliance the source of human power and the end of human effort. It is the one con- suming desire of mankind to mas- ter; the student to master his lessons, the inventor the laws of mechanics, the farmer the soil and the seasons, the civil engi- neer the forces of nature, the ar- tist the colors, the orator the sen- timents of the human soul. The desire for mastery is the main- spring of progress and the build- er of civilization when kept in le- gitimate channels; when it degen- erates into tyranny over fellow creatures it becomes a curse. By applying intelligence to na- ture's forces and products, man lives and thrives where starva- tion would be the portion of the ignorant and indigent. For six thousand years (or more) man lived without using that inex- haustible supply of energy—elec- tricity, but gow it is the most powerful force that answers to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

Business It's business for the other fel- low to take the raw materials, USe the best mechanical devices that invention has produced, and hire the bkains and hands to manufacture and finish things, and to then sell them to you for just as big1 a price as he can. Then, it's again business for him to knock the other fellow out, to adulterate that product (until ac- cording to a report accepted by a pure food convention held in Chicago, entitled, "Slaughter of the Innocents," 450,000 babes or children under one year of age are anually killed by adultera- ted stuff) and make more profit because that is what he operates the machines for, But the worst of all is the slaughter of adults that are the source of supply of the innocents, by wearing un- sanitary clothing, made in the sweat shop; and they are the business men who are declaring for the open shop and spreading consumption germs, correctly termed "The White Plague," Now brothers, it's business for you and I to supply ourselves with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 3 January 1906

; 1 f-arewcl', Old Year. Hark! lleiir the (oiling, tolllujf, toiling, Of tin* ini^clity liell of time. 11« v\ ii rdiimi'm i m from Mtupor. W'ltli itn ever doleful eliinie. it H«M>iiiM*to iik that w • • * \«• lieefi rtlee|illitf, ' I ill tie* year ilriiw* ueiir Itn elnne; Sii(|i|fiil> w« awnerl our iiuiiiIhhmI, \V n-Mi onrM«*lveM from viilii regime. We Mee t lie noiiIh t loi t we'v« perverteij, Tlione who Nought ro lo th I'lKht, Our |ir«*m-«nt joy In itirn«*«l to iiiikuIhIi, Ami our <lu.v in tu 1 to ul^ht. Mciiior.v lli.it In ever Iiiim.v. AIwh.vm to her triiHt true, Tlioujfh we hIioiiM lie e'er ho unwilling, ItrhitfH tu our iiMtouUheil view . All our inimh-eiln, «>ur crimen, o'ur error*, hi their III lekueMH .iml their ininlit, Ami in our nliicere meditation. We iii 11mi view /i ml view aright. Though l > i-t«*If love wi• lie hiimieil, Ni w the Ni-iileM full from our eye*; Our many fuultM we iiniHt firkuowlcdjcc, To a mciimc of iluty line. Oil' |lll*e we liHteiii'il t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

a a o D Vol. 1. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 190(*> No. 52 Resolutions by Wood Co. Union. Quitman, Tex., Jan. 6. 1906. Whereas, As President Calvin of the Texas State Union, called a meeting of the various State Unions to meet in the city of Texarkana on Dec. 5, 1905, and, Whereas, The said Texarkana rjiQgtiijg was called to perfect a National Organization, and, Whereas, The said Texarkana meeting resulted in the organ- ization of a National Union, therefore, Be it resolved, That the Farm- er's Educational and Co-Opera- tive Union of Wood County, in j County Union assembled, do most earnestly endorse the action of the delegates at the National Union held at Texarkana on Dec. 5, 1905, and, Whereas, The delegates to the National Union saw fit, in their wisdom, to elect our personal friend and union brother, O. P. Pyle, as National President, and, Whereas, We, most of us, have been acquainted with him per- sonally about eighteen years, and some of us all his life and know ...

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