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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 May 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCTTBY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. >• STRIDES OF THE SOUTH Hew Industries and Industrial De- velopment Reported* UN ABATING ACTIVITY Oklahoma Territory Hakes a Good Showing—The Tradesman's List. Chattanooga. Tenn.. Wiy 15.—The week ending today was character- ized by unatotlnsr activity in industrial lines throughout the Southern Stutes. Tlie list herewith presented shows some or the new industrial concerns established in the South durinir the week. In many Instances the capitali- zation is stated—in others that ln- forniatlou is not available for variuus reasons: but a careful inspection of the list will show that large sums have been invested in Hit diversified manu- facturing interests of the South, and that new lines are particularly strong. The energy of new territory is aptly Illustrated In the reports from Okla- homa. which show three new concerns, the capitalization of each of which runs into the millions of dollars. The list as compiled and authorized by The ...

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 — 18 May 1905

R0T7THETW METCOTTRY AND FATWEttS T7N70N" PASSWOBt STRIKE BREAKERS ARRIVE IN CHICAGO BIG CONSIGNMENTS REACHED THE QTY TODAY. Chicago, May 16.—A big consignment of strike-breakers arrived In Chi- cago to-day. Three hundred white and negro men came from St. Louis. They were recruited in Louisville, Eavunsvllle and other river towns. The men marched to the barns of the Chicago Teaming company, on Jackson Boulevarrd and Franklin otreets. Another large gang came fiom Cincinnati. Nearly a score of whites deserted after they reached the city, declaring they were not told there was a strike on here. T. C. Baker, one of the deserters, complained that the two passenger cars in which they were brought to Chicago were locked during the entire trip. More than 100 messenger boys employed by the Postal Telegraph compa- ny paraded the streets to- lay. The boy strikers occcupled themselves chief- ly In shouting at non-union teamfeters. 3TRIKE TRAGEDY. Feared That He Would be Slugged to Death. Chicago...

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 — 18 May 1905

-•-•■.■ "■ " -r^rrr-v.ymr :r. i -1"™ sre . '';: A<P®™ ■ wwlf" '-^1 ''% r\ Proof Positive. She — Do you really love me for myself alone? He — Yea, and when we are mar- ried I shall expect the rest of your faintly to keep at a distance. MM«MMMM > Getting Even. Doctor — WJty have you deducted a quarter from my bill? Patient—That Is for the six cigars you broke when you thumped my chest. ! ■ IN EGOTIST DESCRIBED. M fl Mrs. Swellington: "What kind of man is Bighead?" Mr. Swellington: "He is the kind of man who thinks he is spiting the world because he won't write a book and tell all he knows." NOT ALTOGETHER HOPELESS HER GENTLE HINT. mm Grace—I actually had three men iy feet last week. Edith—Oh, well, don't get discour- sed. Perhaps you may yet find a chi- ropodist who will be able to afford you relief. He (moralizing)—After all, weak. She (coyly) — In union strength, you know. man Is there Is Sensible Young- ster. Old Mr. Silllboy (very fond of the kids) — Goo, goo, and where was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 May 1905

HOLLY VANN MET HIS DEATH FRIDAY CONDEMNED MAN WAS HANGED IN COUNTY TAIL FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Execution was Witnessed by a Large Crowd in the Jail—Several Thousands Gathered on the Outside of the Building. Sheriff Ledbetter Pulled the Drop at 1:22 and the Spirit of Vann Tock Its Flight. From Friday's Times Hora'd. Shortly nfter 1 o'clock this afternoon Holly Vann, found guilty of tiio murder of Sol Aronoff, wan hanged In the Dallas county jail. The execu- tion passed off without a hitch and life was extinct within a few minutes after Sheriff Ledbetter pulled the drop that sent Holly Vann Into eternity. Long before the hanging took place a. crowd gathered around the county Jail on Houston street and at J1 o'clock the street was almost impassable. In- side the jail and wedged around the scaffold persons who held admission tickets were crowded almost to suffocation. Before the drop was sprung by the sheriff, Rev. Father Hayes, of the Sacred Heart cathedral, observed the last sail rites of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

50VTHERN MERCVRY. UNITED WITH THE FARMERS UNION PASSWORD Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1003. Southern Mercury and Farmera Union Password Consolidated May I, I0O5. Vol. XXV. No. 21 Dallas# Texas, Thursday, May 25( 1905 $1.00 Per Annum GOOD NEWS To Mothers and Guardians The usual deuoaud on our Boy's and Children's Suit Stock left us a great iii«"y broken lots—three, four and five of a kind, double and single breasted, also Norfolk Suit/in half and quarter lineu lightweight garments. They are all this season's purchase, not an old garment among them. The assortment embraces a very large aggregation of styles, size and prices, placed on sale at the following reductions: First Lot~$2 50 Suits at $185 Second Lot--$3 00 and $3 50 Suits at $2 25 Third Lot-"$4 00 and Suits at $4 50 $3 25 Fourth Lot--$5 00 and $5 50 Suits at $3 95 Fifth Lot—$6 50, $7 50, $9 00 and $10 00 Suits, choice $5 50 Come Early and Get Your Choice. Our usual large assortment of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

SOUTHERN' MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOHB. VETERANS OF 'FORTY-SIX Two Mexican War Participants Arrive in Dallas. OF SCOTT'S LEGION Although Advanced in Years They are Active—Came Here From Pennsylvania. rotary; Fred C. Swltzer awl Judge Al- lison. Another committee of eleven was appointed Inst night is an equal- ization board. The committeexlenlres to state that all funds HPnt In are toeing carefully placed In due form on the bor.kF. 1V> further desire to Mtnte that the money distributed will first uro to those who loj>t their entire home «nd effects and to state to ull who may desire to contribute that every cent of money made up will be carefully dis- tributed to those who ore most In need There Is positively no danger of funds being misappropriated by the mariner in which they are handled. 3. Snyder will rebuild, nnrpenfers are at work everywhere. You never saw a set of people more determined than are the citizens of this place. The report that went out that Snyder was m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

"sS i "W : 80UTHEKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD1. THEY FAVOR WAREHOUSE Dallas County Farmers Held Meet- ing Saturday Afternoon. COMMITTEE NAMED County Organization of Farmers to be Perfected—Weekly Meetings to be Held. A meeting of a number of prominent Dallas county farmers and business men was held in the Commissioners' court room Saturday afternoon for the purpose of organising a local branch of the Southern Cotton Association. The meeting was called to order by T. J. Thornhill, district organizer of that as- sociation, who stated the purposes of the gathering. After this had been set- tled the local association was formed by the election of H. B. Johnson as president, H. O. Samuel, vice president and J. K. Looney as secretary and treasurer. The first business transacted "was the Soption of the constitution and by- laws. This Was followed * by-the elec- tion of W. C. Young and J. M. Cochran as delegates to the county meeting which is to be held subject to the call of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

80UTHERN MEBCUBY AND PABMBBS 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 at the Dallas. Texas, postof- .llce as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal las. Texas Chang* of Address—Subscribers re- questing A change of address must givo 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. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1905. Without union the farmers can never control the price of their own product. What Is your union doing In a busi- ness way? "Nothing," you say? Then "get a hustle on." The Inexcusable cnrelesseness of the fellow who keeps baled cotton unshel- tered on the ground will cost blm dearly this wet s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

—'? -~rr-- ■ win II ,-ji,,ir ->■.. *■*.'".-re \ SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOTO. ) ■ BLACKLAND BELT IS UNDER WATER A DESTRUCTIVE WIND AND RAIN STORMS ARE REPORTED. Denlaon, Tex., May 22.—Unprecedented rains are falling throughout the county. Thousands of acres of farming lands are submerged and enormous damage la done to crops. Every stream of Importance is overflowed. A great many bridges are washed away. Hundreds of head of cattle, hogs and sheep ban perished in the flood. Vast quantities of hay has been destroyed, and potatoes and other crops are ruined. The splendid farming lands along the Choctaw are completely under water. The cotton and corn crops are damaged 50 per cent. Mr. James Kemp, who has resided In this section for forty years, states the rainfall Is the heaviest ever witnessed here. Many families have moved to the high lands to escape the flood. Traveling men report that they never saw so much water. The North Texas reports from Red river valley and Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

• WW X SOUTHERN MERCTTRY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. BIG INSTITUTION GOES. TO THE WALL K' merchantstrust company of new york closes its doors. New York, May 23.—The doors of the Merchants Trust company of this city were closed today. The company was closed by order of P. D. Kilburn, state superintendent Of banks, notice to that effect being posted upon the doors. It was said to- Iflay that the closing of the Institution was due to the inability to secure the payment of certain loans In which the collateral consisted of securities of the Hudson Valley Railway company. The company was a participator In the Hudson Valley Railway company syndicate to the extent of $533,500. Re- ports that the company would be obliged to discontinue business were cir- culated on the streets yesterday and affected the stock market in late dealings yesterday afternoon. Samuel Untermeyer, counsel for Jacob L. Phillips, president of the Merchants Trust company gave out the following statement: "In view of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

:3 Sakhalin, an Island Which Japan Will Once Again Own A BELGIAN PEASANT AS A DANCING CI ALL of the various estimates as '.o the basis upon which Japan and Russia will eventually ■ make peace seem to agree in me particular—that the Island of Sak- tallix'wlll once more become the prop- erty of the Japanese empire. Recently there have come reports from the east that Japan is even now debating the idvlsabillty of occupying the island without further preliminary. Sakhalin bears a most unsavory rcp- iltatlon. More than half of its present population consists of murderers. Since Russian law does not impose the death penalty for simple, uncomplicated mur- ler and since political crimes are ex- piated exclusively In Siberia, Sakhalin has been allotted to the wretches who have taken the lives of their fellows. For many years practically all of the Russians convicted of murder have been transported to this distant Pacific island. For years also the reoccupying of Sakhalin has been one of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 May 1905

r~— SOUTHEIW MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORBL TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF a bull fight. Captain Oidright will enter a protest against this brutal sport being carried on In Texan in violation of the law. He at once advised Col. Joel H. B. Miller, resident of the association, and requested him to rail on Gov. I^anham and call his attention to the proposed bu'I fight, and urge upon the governor to wire the sheriff of Washington coun- ty not to allow the bull fight to be car- ried out. Austin, Tex., May 18.—The twenty- Sixth annual convention of the Texas State Dental association convened here to-day at 10 o'clock with a large at- tendance. The dentists were welcomed by Mayor Shelley. An excellent pro- gram is being carried out. Fort Worth, May 18.—The State t*n- lerwrlters" association of Texas thU Uternoon elected officers as follows: President, Thomas L. Confoy, San Antonio; first vice president, W. L. Foster. Fort Worth; second vicc presi- dent. J. Singer, Galveston; third vice president...

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

?.V* r j 1% ft IC SOVTHERN MERCVRY. UNITED WITH THE FARMERS UNION PASSWORD - = " " — | ' r—= Farmers Union Password Established 1003. Southern Mercury Established I88O. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv I9O0. Vol. XXV. No. 22 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, June U 1905 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creek Heard The address of T. E. Howard, County ! Sercetary of Fannin County "nlon Hash, Tex., not Bonham. At a meeting of Camp Cou, XT" ion May 15, a resolution was adopted 1|(- Irig to the establishment of a wareh | for the benefit of the farmers of Crn*p county. Bros. P. M. Reaves, S. P. Hal- ley, T. P. Bynum, A. C. Russell and. S. H. Rogers were appointed to de- velop the matter, and report at r.ext meeting of the County Union. "The boys in old Hunt are 'standing pat' on the original contention. We will be on hand in Dallas, July 6, and probably at Fort Worth. The Mer- cury-Password is a welcome vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

Bfe - MB s BOOTHEBN MERCURY AXI> PABMERS UNION" PASSWORD. COMMERCIAL aUB'S FIFTH EXCURSION DALLAS BUSINESS MEN RETURNED TER A SUCCESSFUL TOUR. AF- The Trade Evangelists were Tired but Happy, and Brought with Them the Friendship of Many Territory and Texas Gtize.is, ' Reusing Reception Given at Farmersville and Blake Makes Speech. ment of worth in my life and charac- ter to-day; Jf I have rendered, or can render ought of service to iny fellow- men. I gladly lav It nil an a tribute on the shrine of this wife's memory. " *A sound must long remain. Hut memory, nuch an mine of her, So verv much onilears. When death la nigh, my latest Blgn Will not be of life's, but hers.' The Dallas Commercial Club Trade excursionist* arrived In 'Dallas lale Saturday afternoon after a trip of a Week's duration In the Indian and Okla- homa Territories and North Texas In the Interest of the commercial welfare of Dallas. The special train had traveled 1,057 miles according to the calcu- lations of Colone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

BOUTHEHJT MERCURY AND FARMERS UUION PASSWORB. EVERETT'S CROP REPORT /' '(From Sunday's Times Herald.) Milton Everett, one of the Dallas rade excursionists who made the en- tire trip through Texas and the Terri- tories, carefully inquired as to the condition of the crops and to what ex- tent the cotton acreage had been re- duced. Mr. Everett, who is editor of the Producers' Review, gave the Times Herald the following last night: A general summary of conditions Is that the cotton acreage In the Indian Territory and Oklahoma shows that It will be at least 25 per cent less than last year. In North Texas the acreage set apart for cotton is about the same as last year, although, owing to *he excessive rains, 18 or 20 per cent of this acreage has not been planted so far. The grain crops are uniformly good In the Territories and In North Texas, and with a fair sea- son henceforth there will be good yields. This is especially true as re- gards oats and corn. Many reports of the army worm In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with tlie FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. milton park, manager. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 60 cents. Entered at the Dallas. Texas. postof- flee as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 2I3-LM5 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las, Texas masters of the situation and dictate' curre to you confidential treatment prices to them, and force them to ac- cept, If we only proceed In a system- atic way. They must have our pro- ducts to sustain life. They can not eat gold and silver nor bank notes: neither can they clothe themselves with these. They must have our produce. I want to ask every reader of the Mercury-Password to do what he can to widen Its circulation. Let some one of each Local Union get up a club. We are dependent largely on the press for the discussion of our principles. I which costs you nothing to get, and at the same time...

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

SOUTHERN MEBOURy AXP FARMERS TTNTON" PASSWORD. GRIM OLD TOGO AGAIN THE VICTOR RUSSIA'S LAST HOPE OF REGAINING MAS- TERY OF SEA HAS VANISHED. Flower of Rojestvensky's Fleet is Either Sunk or Captured—Com- mander of the Fourth Division and Three Thousand Russians Are Prisoners of War—St. Petersburg is Again in Gloom. Toklo, May 29—(Bulletin. 2:50 d- m.)—In the battle fousht Saturday In the Straits of Korea, the Russian battleships Borodino and Alexander 111. tha armored cruisers Admiral Nankahira. Dmitri. Donskol and Vladivimlr Mono- tnach. the coast defense Ironclad Admiral Oushakolf. the protected cruisers Svietlana and the Jemotchug, the repair ship KamtchatKa and the cruiser Irtessln, were all sunk. The battleship Orel and the Nicolas I and the coast defense Iron clads Admiral Senlavin and General Admiral Upraxine were captured. ADMIRAL NEBOGATOFF A PRISONER. Toklo. May 29.—(Bulletin.)—Reap'^Vdmlral NeboKatoff, former commander uf the Fourth division of the Pacific fleet and recen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

tSOUTHKMN A1KKCUIIY AXD FATttlEKS UNION PASSWORD. I GREATEST BATTLE OF MODERN TIMES i'oklo. May 30—?Dulletln.)—It is officially announced that Admiral Ro- jestvensky has captured and that he Is aeriouslv wounded. It Is also officially announced that the flagship Knaiz Kouvtroff and the battle.ahi.oa Oslabyia. Navariu and the Slssoi Veliky were sunk. The cruiser Almalz was disabled. I THE FIGHT WAS A RUNNING ONE. Tokio, May 29—(4 p m.)—Beyond the results, little la known here of Admiral Togo's stunning victory over Admiral Rojestvensky. Rojestvensky readied Queipart Island, Korea, early SaLurday and headed for Tsu Islands. The exact number of vessels In his fleet Is not Hear, but he had his main fighting vessels, with a number of light cruisers and transports. The dispo- sition of the Japanese fleet appears to have been an ideal one. Admiral Togo had waited for weeks In the vicinity of the Tsu island*, refusing to be lured away and to forfeit his advantage. The Inner line was held by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

> f > Kate Clyde Rebukes the Woman Who Is " Gusby" an*/ Over- sentimental—The Poor Taste of Exaggeration. The Woman Who Makes a "Sissy" of Her Son—Timely Hints on the Fashions of Summer WHO has not wished there was some Institution for pruning the speech of overfervid young women? "Have you seen Hackett's new play? Isn't he a dear? I think that part where he escapes from his enemies and kills three men is simply delicious! Don't you Just love the theater? I'm simply wild about it. I think I'd die if anything hap- pened to pre- vent my going next Saturday." And so forth and so' on, cres- cendo. The worst I ever heard was in a restaurant last winter. Two girls were eat- ing some Indi- gestible thing with paper frills around it when a third girl joined them. "Isn't it a cold day?" remarked •'Don't you juit love the one of the dam. theatert' g0js wj,0 was Bitting at the table as she yawned. The newcomer fairly beamed. "Yes, Isn't it a darling?" she gurgled as she rubbed her cold h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 June 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ROTHSCHILD PASSES AWAY The Head of Noted Banking Family* • Paris, May L'ti.—Barch Alphonse d« Rothschilds, head of (he French branch banking house, bearing the name of Rothschilds and Governor of the Bank cf France, died at 4:30 this morning: from acute bronchitis, aggravated by gout. The eminent financier had been sinking slowly for many days, but there was no apprehension that death was imminent. He first took his bed two weeks ago. Several rallies gave promise of his recovery. Two days ago the baron began to fall rapidly and his condition uKBumcd a disquieting form. Although he kept up an ani- mated conversation with members of his family and oM servants, the patient became very weak and last night en- tered upon a comatose state and pass- ed away this morning peacefully, sur- rounded by his family. Announcement of tlie baron's death caused widespread regret, for bi>nldes Ills position In tH* financial world Uaron Alphonre was known...

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