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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

THK NATIONAL CO-OPEHATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. s -- / 5 < • S I W A- "HASKELL" And The Constitution CHARLES N. HASKELL, Editor, New State Tribune, Muskogee, and Member Constitutional Convention. Mr. Haskell is Candidate for Governor of Oklahoma, subject to the will of the Democratic Pri- maries. He actively supported these im- portant provisions in the Propos- ed Constitution as a member of the Constitutional Convention. The primary election for all off- icers of the new state. The Initiative and Referendum. The Railroad Commissioh and Rate Board. The repeal of the Fellow Ser- vant Rule. The prohibition of government by Injunction. A low rate of legal interest. He invites the support of the man who farms the farm and not the man who farms the farmer: Prosperity Is Yours in a!l your farming, whether you grow melons, grapes, berries, apples, or other fruits, vegetables, cotton or tobacco, i( you use from 200 to 1000 pound* of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers per acre ten days before plant...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator And Farm Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

' m THE NATIONAL CO-OPETUTOTl AXP 'FARM JOURNAL. I For Womanly Ills Great Suffering Is the lot of all women vho neglect the health of their womanly organs. No reason to do so, any more than to neglect ft sore throat, a case of colic or any other painful disease, that the right kind of medicine will cure. Take Wine of Cardul for all your womanly ills. Mrs Sallie H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., writes: "1 had suffered from womanly troubles for sixteen months. I had four doctors but they could not help me, and I endured great suffering until I began to take Wine of Cardul. After taking two bottles, I found great relief, so I continued until I had taken eight bottles, and now I think I am about well ! cannot say enough In favor of Cardul." At all reliable druggists, in $1 bottles. ran RDHIf Writ* for Free M pije Book for Wo- r IVIili UUUft men. if you need Advice, describe PAP ¥ A nrir«2 aymptoms, atatlng nge, and we will re- * MR. liAUUiS pfy in pu!n Bellled envelope. Ladies Adviaory...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

THE NATION At CO-OPERATOR AND PABM JOUBNAH% EGG ESSENTIALS. ► We are frequently told lliat the one tiling important in the production of eggs is the breed; that we can not hope to have a flock of layers unless the birds are front one of the so-called "egg breeds." While the breed has considerable to do with the production of the eggs, that is not the only essential. The bens may comc from some of the rep- resentative breeds, yet if they do not have proper care and food or do not have the proper constitution, they will never amount to much as layers. Duriug the period of incubation, it is necessary to consider these essen- tials, because now is the time when we must begiu to care for the birds FENCESffi M U of High Csrboa coll.'d wtr*. W« Iiatb no Bell direct to uMf M h>t>ry prkxa M SO S«y Ire# trial, Wo 1*7 all fratetit. OatfW lioy lt style* uii helgnte of farm and poultry fence. It'afraa. Buydlrect. Write today Poultry Department / Hat and Dye Worka Largest factory In the Sou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 3 April 1907

II THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AXD FARM JOURtfAU Have You Thought It Out? Then Do It. 8UMMER CAMPAIGN. If you get Co-operation you are going to have to do things yourself. What have you done up to now? You want Co-psration, you believe in Co- operation. Then why have you not got it? It is simply because you have not done your part. It is something you can not buy, neither is it given away. It can only be had by doing something your person- ally to get it. , If you think out a plan you will have to go to work and present it to others before it can be co- operated in. If some comrade studies out a plan, it's not Co-operation until you accept it and do it. Co-operation depends upon you and I doing it, by and for ourselves. Now Co-operative ownership of machines that make cur necessities is the real ABC of Co-operation. WE HAVE THOUGHT IT OUT, no one disputes our plans that we have started. We are presenting it with every nerve of body and power of mind. Will you be one to join our ONE HUN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

!•> Southern Mercury United With National 0 □ (B Co-Operator Farm Journal Volume 28. DALLAS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 10, 1907. Number 27 TOPEKA KAST Farmers Union Password United With The National Co-Operator and Farm Journal Executive Committee's Address i. \',:r V 'JT W I I li" a '■ ■ W 1 si. - Dallas, Tex., April 2, 1907. To The Farmers' Union of Texas: We, your State Executive Commit- tee at our second quarterly meeting find the following to be conditions in the Union. We find upon examination of the books, that everything is in first-class condition. The Union is on a safe financial baste, and the administration is being economically conducted. We also find that there is an era of good feeling just now upon us. The poten- tial energy of our people is just be- ginning to be made manifest. The Union's plan of business and co-oper- ation is being endorsed by our people, as well as by all other classes of men. The condition of our Union makes It an opportune time, for us to call ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. * *. u I AODMN TO PARMIRfc to Farmers' Union Members Evorywhoro With Assurance of Fidelity to Them. Dear Co-Operator: The County tin- loa of Hamilton County, Texas, has unanimously adopted and issued the following address that explains itself: To the Farmers Everywhere: The present prevailing custom of marketing farm qrops by dumping them on the markets as soon us gath- ered, thus creating gluts and a large visible supply, which is used by the organized speculators and market gamblers to batter down the prices of the crops ot the farm, Is wholly against the farmers and altogether to the advantage of the speculators. The Farmers' Union is organised to oppose and ultimately destroy the present vicious system of street ped- dling. and to establish an orderly and organized system of pricing and Fill- ing by the farmers themselves, through a system of warehouses and clearing houses, whereby gluts will be prevented, and profitable prices maintain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

THE NATIONAI CO-UfKKATUR AND FARM JOtTBNATi \ /•# Horse Owners! Use •OKfiATTLT'S 'Caustic / B alsam — or kit Mnaments for mild or severe aeston. Mill Punches or Blemf ilirs from Hor« sad Cattlo, WPKK8RUE8 A 1.1. CACTICB* OK FIKIItO. tmpattM* to prtOuce tear or blemltA bottle iold I* warranted to glre sailsfaci -<>s 1 .BO per bottle. Sold by drugelnta. or sent _ sipress, «har|M puld. with full direction* for It* una. Bead for descriptive circular*. TH* LAWMtXCB-WILtJAMS CO.. Cleveland.♦. by axpn 8EC0ND BIG COTTON SALE Brady, Tex. NATIONAL, NOT SECTIONAL. That la What The Farmers' Union la and Muat of Necessity B« to Win a Great Victory Halls, Tennessee, Grown Famous for Union Cotton Sales—The Farn> era' Union Did It. f W A 5 Mf Dear Co-Qperator: We have gained Another grand victory at Halls, Tenn. Co-Operator, our paper, published an account of our first victory, when we sold out of our Union warehouse 636 bales of totton in a lump at the mini- mum price, thereby causing the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. t FARM JOURNAL a&rag GEO. B. LATHAM General Manacer. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Bdueatlonal and Co-Operatlve Union Publish- ing Company. ICS and 1(7 Commerce Bt, Dallas, Texas. Terms of subscription, one dollar a year, In advance. "Entered as second-class matter No- vember 18, 1 0«, at the postofllce at Dallas. Texas, under the Act of Congress of March I. 1879. Advertising rate. win be turnisnea on replication. Why is it we did not sell our cot- ton last fall, and do not sell it now for 5 or G cents a pound ? It is sim- ply because wc will not do it. The cotton producers will never submit to such a foolish thing again. Illinois now has a State organiza- tion. Kansas will be next, and then Florida. What a great National or- ganization it is to be! What a great combination it is going to be when all the producers combine! A farmers' protective combine is what it must be. Other callings and professions combine. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. S? V Simpson-££iy stone Prints Tliese are questions to ask in mak- ing a drrss: Will it bold iu '.olor? Will it wear well ? Will it pay for the lime spent in making? Srmpson-Eddystone Prints are Itaudard for quality, fast color, and long wear. Some designs with a new silk finish. * Ask y dr.tier far Simpson-Eddystone Prints. Three g" jerations of SiinpMM have made Simpson Prists. EDDYSTOK£ PRINTS The Cddystoae Mftf Co. (Sol* Makers) Philadelphia. DAIRYING INTERNATIONAL DAIRY FED- ERATION. TEST FOR A GOOD COW. demonstrated as any facts in agri- cult urn 1 science. Definite and abun- dant evidence of this is on record at the Experiment Stations, and liber- al selections from it have been pub- lished recently. Vs. tt. Piano Body Top Bumrr. 1 MeHI.00. As good a* sell* lor CB3.M rriee coo- more. 34 Years Selling Direct Our vefeleiee and harness have !>een sold direct fr >m our factory to user Tor a third or a cen- tury. We ship for examina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

iftE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAU PROMOTES HEALTH Irregularity ft bid In every department of life. In meals, In sleeping hours, but especially when It Is a question of vomanly habit If you Hitter In this way, then, waste no time, but get a bottle of Wine of Cardul, at your nearest drug store, and take the medicine until you are re- stored to health. Mrs. Lucinda Johnson, of Fish Creek, Wis., writes: "I suffered for fourteen (14) years vlth Ir- regularity, causing great pain, and would often have to stay In bed and call a doctor. At last I tried Wine of Cardul, and now I can truly say that I am cured. I can never say too much for Cardul. and I tell everyone what It has done for me." Wine of Cardul Is a pure, medicinal prepara- tion, made exclusively of vegetable Ingredients, and containing nothing harmful to young or old. All druggists sell it, in $1 bottles. Try IL their respect^for their father or moth- slowly. A ham of twenty pounds takes er If they occasionally loosen th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

TUB NATIONAL CO-OPKBATOB AND FARM JOTJHNATJ. winopuff. ' r- I have a small chick that does not grow nicely. It seems to have air nnfer the skin. Can you tell me the cause and the remedy? This trouble is oommonly called > -wind puff and it is the poorly nourish- ed chicks that are usually affected. Unsanitary quarters will sometimes cause it. Cut a V-shaped opening in the skin and let the air out. It will be some time in healing and will per- mit the uir to escape freely. Chicks ■hould be fed on nourishing food and given dry quarters. Poultry Department GUINEA FOWLS I ' More disease is generated by feed- ing in dirty and filthy places than from any other cause. Mad* of His* Cnfc«n called wtr*. W htTtaoMMto. (indirect to unr *4 styles and hsl^Eu of term and poultry fence. ifafrM. Day dlract Write today n&vsmmsL*. Hat and Dye Work* Largest factory la the South- west Latest process for cleaning aad dyeing. Lowest prices tor first-class work. Agents wanted. Write for Cms catalogue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 10 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPBBATOR AND FARM JOUKNAU ■r 3 Here Goes For A Cotton Factory In Every Cotton Growing State Fill out the blank underneath and send to the RIO GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS CO., Co-operative, at Albuquerque, New Mexico and lets start the One Hundred Thousand Club. Already we have made a successful demonstra- tion in woolens. Lets get the organization all ready for the time when the mill owners close their Fac- tories in every Cotton Growing State, so that we can at least make for ourselves the things of necessity that we want. If you don't think they are going to have to close the mills that they own, just read carefully what the Manufactures of Illinois said to President Roosevelt the other day when they made a special trip to Washington and you will see why they will have to close. Application For Membership *16 The 100,000 Club, RIO GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS CO., Co-operative, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Please send me plans, terms, blank notes and instructions for soliciting members...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

3 ■ I ,iw wiil 1 ' , topeka KAN Southern Mercury United With The National Co-Operator and Farm1 Journal Farmers fXV* - hi* RAT FARM JOURNAL Volume 28. DALLAS, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY APRIL 17. 1907. Number 28. National Co-Operator atid Farm Journal National Co-Operator Proposes A Plan The power and force of organization must be used to destroy the coward- ly power that robs the farmer of a fair reward. When the problem is ana- lysed It is not a stupendous task at all. Think of a million cooperating farmers being able to guarantee their help to each other. Think of the power and influence of a million organized co-operators who are pledged to each other with a definite obligation, to stand for a profitable and fair price. Now, we have a strong organization In every state, with more than 15,000 Local Unions and several buiidred County Unions, and they are farmers who produce and control more than sixty per cent of ail the cotton in the world. In order to get the splendid benefits of this gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

THB NATIONAL CO-OPEHATOB AND PABM JOURNAL. r* . Farmers; Defend Yourselves! For A Cotton r« ... . Cotton Gro cotton 'n your own warehouse you can .peculator! Your Warehouse Is your fort- RioGRANDEwoo^iind it's protecting walls you can wage a H^ndrTTho"e^at Will Win. The fight for a Fair Price is on. A<<i you are alert you can win; sleep on your rights and you lose. Protect Yourselves With Warehouses. Wk * ; "v > - '-*■ * *«i The Building that will be 1 seen at every Cotton Town | in Texas by Sept. l, 1907 ; We built over a hundred in 1906, All satisfactory. ! All profitable to stockholders. All guaranteeing pro- I tection to the cotton and to the price. We are closing contracts daily with progressive com- ; munities for warehouses to be finished by Sept. 1 1907. I We will be glad to give full particulars and testi- ' monials free; write to us. p 9 PRICES IRON CLAD No. 0_ No. 00.. STANDARD No. 1_ No. 2- No. 3- No. 4_ .$1,750 . 3,250 .$2,500 - 4,000 - 5.000 . 7,500 Write To-d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

■wRjwif.BWuiiaM jJSJPF kBS ■' - " ST THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AXD FARM JOURNAL. ti I > * _ * ■ - W is m I * * •f* * * 4* ■# * * 4* 4* * THE MURRAY COMPANY WINS PATENT SUIT On December 14,1903, The Murray Company brotieht suit against The Continental Gin Co. for infringement of patents covering the Murray pneumatic elevating and distributing system and gin fe^djr, in the Civil Court of th3 United State* for the District of Dataware, from which court the case was appealed to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit at Philadelphia, and was decided by the latter Court (Judges, Dallas, Gray and Cross) on the 17th day of January, 11)07, and referred back to the lower couit for an injunction to be issued stopping the further manufacture, sale or use of the infringing machines. The injunction was issued April 5, 1907, and a Master in Chancery appointed by the Court to determine the number of infringing ma- chines made and sold since April 27, 190J, and to assess ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. I it ' FARM JOURNAL O. R PYLE Managing Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Union Publish- ing Company. I6S and S67 Commerce St.. Dallas, Texas. Terms of subscription, one dollar a year, in advance. "Sintered as second-class matter No- vember 13. 1906, at the postofflce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879." Advertising rater mil be furnlsnea on replication. We have had two distinct systems of marekting cotton. We will now j j liave the third system. A system controlled by the producers them- selves. nicetiii'r can not ho e.-timated. STAli-T TilE UNION MAUI INK. A FREIGHT DEPARTMENT. r € The Co-Operator has established a freight department and has \1 employed the best posted freight man and one of the very best law- • | vers in the State to have charge of this department. The Fort Worth, Texas, State Un- \ I TJ1,pro are vi')la(io"s of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

w. THE NATIONAL CO-OPEHATOR AND FARM JOURNAL 34 Years Selling Direct 22.7*hW J "d h«rn«M h«r, bran Mid dlrfcl from our (aetWT *° WrrortVurdoft century. Wo ship for eiMHiaaUon and ppi*Til I M/t delivery. Ton trv out nuthtaf If aot uluM M to style, quality ud pries. / X plete. 1— iL. Mi I I m m wme ■cIllDfir to the con- sumer exclusively. We make 800 styles . «W *ofC 'hmb." >•. 91& I.Krbt. One Horw. Cnnpy Top Bu* 656. Combination Top Bam and Drlrtnff a with Blaahope Style Bar* y Beat and Uike Also Extra Seat for Open Wagon. Price com- $61.10. As good as sella for more. QUMrt Ciri—s a Warms Nfr. t«. Bkhart,r - \. ,v Use the Birmingham Billet GASOLINE ENGINE THIRTY DAYS ON TRIAL! It is so simple any one can understand it. So durable and substantial it can not wear out or break. So isfe that you can not have an accident with it. At a price you can afford to pay. An engine the wife can run. Write for Catalogue, prices and propositon on trial. White-Blakeslee Mfg. Co. Bm 8292 Birmin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAC. Constant Misery Life-Weary Women brought to despair through the suffering caused by female diseases, should take heart. There IS a cure for all your pain and misery. Mrs. John A. Keeton, of Cephas, Va., writes: "Life was .a burden to me for years. All that my dear doctor did, brought no relief. Cardul helped me more than all the medicines 1 ever took. Now I am well and happy, and have all the pleasures of life before me." It relieves pain and regulates the functions. WINE OF J Home Circle Department HOUSECLEAIMING HELPS. For cleaning windows, nothing else is equal to clear vinegar. It gives a most, brilliant polish. Rub it on with a soft cloth, dry with another, and polish with chamois skin. Paraffin oil, if applied with It soft cloth will fill in scratches in black walnut. It will also give a good polish to the wood. To freshen a carpet, put a table- spoonful of ammonia into half a pail- ful of warm water and wipe the car- pet with a cloth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

THE NATIONAV-CO-OPEHATOK AND FARM JOURNAL. KINO WORD8. V Mineola Monitor: Our trip to Quitman Saturday was enjoyed very much. We listened to „ Hon. O. P. Pyle's address oa the "Aim ^Nnd Extent of the Farme'-a' Union." What they have done up to now has, no doubt, benefited the farmers, and if the plan is carried out, the farmers will certainly have an equal chance with all other business enterprises. Mr. Pyle's address was well received, his advice timely, either from a moral, educational or -lusiueis standpoint. FENCE Sli omge t J Hat and Dye Works Largest factory in the South- west. Latest process tor cleaning and dyeing. Lowest prices for flrst-claBB work. Agents wanted. Write for free catalogue. WOOD * EDWARDS, 108 8. Akard St. Dallas, Texas. COILED SPRING r A- Colonist Rates To . California Two Trains Every Day Sunset Route Excursion Sleeping Cars Daily See Ticket Agent for Rates and Additional Information or Write JOS. HELLEN, Gen. Pan. Agt., L HOUSTON. TEXAS. ■ —-B 1. Fifty ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 17 April 1907

• "«r .$!«?,i-- TTTE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOE AND FARM JOURNATJ. Home Treatment raft*5 83 _i; rszsgm '#( 1 - V- r-.i* Dr. Hunter's Sanitarium. Built for the Purpose, and fully owned by Dr. James. A. Hunter. THE FINEST PRIVATE SANITARIUM IN TEXAS. Dr. Hunter is a graduate of the French University of Brussels, Belgi- um, and the Royal Colleges of Physicians and burgeons, Edinburg. He has devoted 40 years especially to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption, etc. He ha* conducted tliis, his private Sanitarium 16 years in Dallas. You will get here all that experience, medical and surgical skill, the latest instruments and apparatus, close attention, etc., afford anywhere. He has built up the largest practice in Texas in this specialty. He has published a book containing 1000 testimonials similar to the following, principally from residents of Texas. It is probable there are some persons in your town, village or hamlet whom he has treated an...

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