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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 9 November 1905

v. SOUTHERN MKKI UKY AND FAJUMEilS UNION PAS8W0BDL 1 r~ K I ADDRESS OF mAJWELL United States District Attorney is Optimistic. EXCERPTS OF SPEECH The War Now Be'ng Waged on the Grafters Eo:s Nut Mean That Government is a Failure. The following is an excerpt from the address delivered by United States Dis- trict Attorney W. H. Atwell to the members of the Grand Army of the Repub'ic today at the State Fair: It Is eminently f ttingr. Mr. Chairman, and lad'es and gentlemen, for the State Fair of Texas to dedicate one of its days to the memory and honor of the Grand Army of the Republic. The management of this festive /occa- sion is pursuing 110 novel practice. The Philadelphia Centenn'al, the Paris Ex- position, the Chicago's World's Fair, the Pan-American Exposition and the Louisiana Purchase celebration each recognized the expediency and justness of permitting- this signal mark to or- ganizations that were claim'ng a por- tion of the records of history. It is not my purpose, however, s...

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 — 9 November 1905

SOUTHER* MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. co-operative cotton ginning " The success of the efforts of the Farmers' Union in Hood County In general, and at Granbury In particular, should be known throughout our en- tire connection. It should be read and Studied by all unionists of every class. In this write-up 1 shall mention some ef the conspicuous members who wore the primary movers in this work. When 1 was first appointed as Lec- turer to the Twelfth Congressional district, I at once wrote Hro. W. A. Binyon of Granbury, who is one of our best members and editor of the Graph- ic Truth. He at once entered into hearty co-operation with myself and ether members in the county. At our (list meeting of the County ITnion, early In the year, we took up the iiuestlon of discouraging (he "Mortgage and Credit System." Some practical plans were laid to carry out a strong resolution passed by this County Union, which has resulted In greatly decreasing the inorgages given by our people. In ma...

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 — 9 November 1905

v sag r'*~ I X *55' Kate Clyde Say* That Women Who Arc WIm Will Bccom* Their Own Milliner*—Velvet to Be Much U ed For Dr•••**. Some Pretty Neglitfee*—A Matter of Falee Economy I AM afraid we are to have rather an expensive winter season. In the first place, only the finest ma- terials will be used for costumes, the silkiest of broadcloths and the soft- est of velvets. One does not see any of those serviceable rough goods which formerly were our delight for everyday wear. No; everything must be fine and ■ilky In texture. Then a great deal of lace will be used —heavy lace, too — with motifs that A clan In millinery. L etick out In an embossed effect, which embossed effect, by the way, adds ma- terially to the price per yard. Skirts and coats are enormously full. The "skimpy" box coat is a thing of the past. The new article must ripple in every direction, and that all means ex- tra yards. As for skirts, they are made of the most supple materials, so that they will stand njuch shirring ...

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 — 9 November 1905

Bwi fc-t" ^ 'V- vj SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. COWBOYS FOR ARGENTINE Texas Cow Punchers Will Teach Vanqueros Roping* TEXAS ROPE EXPERTS Not a Nan in the Crowd But Who Is a Celebrity—Records of Some of Them. New York, Nov. 7.—If Argentine Vaqueros do not learn more IMsout rop- Injj and trying cuttle In the next few months than they ever knew before, It will not be the fault of Spenc© Jowell and his band of Texas cowboys, who palled for Buenos Ayres yesterday un- der contract to Hill and Connell, old Texans themselves, and now the own- ers of a ranch In the South American republic. There is not a man In Jowell's band of cowmen who Is not a celebrity. Clay M. Gonnlgle, the acknowledged leader for a long time held the title of cham- pion, having roped, thrown and tied a Steer In 23 1-2 seconds In one of the contests for which cuttle country Is famous. The others In the party are Lem and Ira Driver, Joe Gai-ner, "Wild Horse" Hill, Joe Hooker, and Will Pickett. The cowmen...

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 — 16 November 1905

V % m UNITED WITH R % I 8outhern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lf IOO0. Vol. XXV. No. £6 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, Novenier 16, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum ARKAN8AS AT WORK. On Set. 28, 29 we held a rousing meeting. Lots of business was attend- ed to. We went solid on the price of cotton. Although some little weak- minded members are sliding their cot- ton off and selling at the present price,- they ere only members and not union at heart. Our county is growing and prospering. Our county organizer and myself are doing all In our power to get this county in the lead, and we are having good success so far. Everybody endorses our organization except a few weak-minded, tight-fisted farmers. Business men speak in favor of the unT Ion. The merchants have promised- to loan as money on our cotton if we will hold lor the 11 cent price. Then I say that every member that sells his cotton before it reaches...

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 — 16 November 1905

/ southern jrnncimr a\d farmers tiyioy password. ORGANIZATION WAS EFFECTED : A conference was lifld yesterday af- ternoon at Labor Hall by the Texas •Iglit hour committee of the Typo- graphical Union. The committee was represented by F. S. McCurdy, Hous- ton; J. D. Tempioton, Beaumont; F. S. Graves. A. D. Weils, Cleburne; W. W. ? Anderson. Denlson; A. A. Abney, Den- ton; John R. Spencer, Waco; R. F. RadlejvW. O. Lavelle, Lee Daniels, H. G. Stephenson, Dallas; George H. Kunz, Galveston; Walton Poteet, A. W. Hartmau San Antonio; C. \\*. Wood- man, Fort Worth. It was (riven out after the meeting that the object of th« conference was tor the purpose of obtaining detailed Information of the eight hour move- ment iu Tfxas; to ascertain the number of men affected by strikes, the number of men steadily employed, and to ar- range for the inauguration of an eight hour movement to include the entire state, each union to be allotted a cer- tain district. With this end in view, a permanent organ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 November 1905

fOlTTHKKN MERCURY ANT) FAmrRilS UNION" PASSWORD. 4" > K> -4 HOW THE BEEF TRUST OPERATES The Los Angeles (Cal.) Labor News ■hows how the beef trust Is operating In thp Western country—nof like the old-tl'ne roud agent of dime novel days, fcut it gets the goods and forces others to become vulgar criminals. The News Bays that one Tom Jordan, In the In- dian Territory, held up the First Na- tional .bank of Collinsville and forced the cashier to surrender $12000, which he claimed was due him for cattle he tiad sold in Kansas City, but which the bank was holding pending a set- tlement of ownership. Jordan is now a fugitive, and the bank officials are linable to locate him. Jordan claims that the machinations of the beef trust Jn forcing down the made him turn outlaw. He recently became financially involved as the re- sult of the !ow prices of cattle, it be- ins necessary for him to secure largo Joans with which to carry on his busi- ness. Such stories have during the past two years ...

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 — 16 November 1905

fig!' SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered nt the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- QuestinR a change of address must Rive the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address ail communications, and make ail drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to ... ___ . MILTON PARK, MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. Remember the minimum prlco Is 11 cents. Watch the label on your paper. When j'our subscription expires the paper etops. Farmers, stand for co-operation. WJtliout co-operation civilization itself could not exist. Renew your subscription In time, eo as not to miss a copy. Watch the date on the yellow tag. yet there are many farmers outside and perhaps a few Inside the u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 November 1905

SOUTHERN MEKCUKY AND FAHMEitS UNION PASSWOBA si LYNCHING AT HENDERSON Three Negroes Are Hanged for Murder of Old Man. * t Overton. Tex., Nov. 13.—At 3 o'clock Sunday morning a crowd of 200 people from a section of the county In which lived Elias Howell, who was killed at his home ten miles from Henderson, went tc the county jail and taking therefrom three negroes, hung them to a sycamore tree In the court house yard. The killing of Howell was a sensa- tional affair and created much excite- ment. Three days ago John Reese. Robert Askew, Henry Churon and Will Williams were arrested charged vith the crime. It become known about the county that Williams made a con- fession in which' he implicated the oth- er tlnee. This aroused the people to action nnd during the night they made arrangements to carry out an execu- tion. To a Sycamore Tree. The courthouse yard was some dis- tance from the Jail, situated in the cen- ter of the public square. There stands a sycamore tree, and it was to thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 November 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. AN APPEAL TO HONEST FARMERS At (his writing, middling cotton 1h in 60 points of the minimum price, yet there is a large element of farmers that seem determined to not allow the price to go to 11 cents. They are rush- ing their cotton on the mfirket as fast os possible, regardless of the fi^lit now on between the up-to-date farmer and the manipulating sharks that have been robbing us for a generation or more. They seem (o take no Interest Jn the i:resent struggle of the progres- sive farmer for justice and equity, only to seek the Advantage of his sacrifices Jn dumping their cotton on the market Bt the present prices which have, in the main, been forced by those co-operat- ing In holding their cotton. These dumpers and scabs are only looking at their present advantage and self Inter- est. They fall to look to their future Interest, or to that of their children and fellow laborers, and seem to care ! nothing whatever for the hard working sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 November 1905

•A $ :x ^nii A11 ■ ■ "A1 mfr' Kate Clyde THINKS THAT HUSBANDS AND WIVES SHOULD NOT CONFIDCTHEIR SECRETS TO EACH OTHER-THE "GOOD MOTHERS" WHO OFTEN DO MUCH TO INJURE THEIR CHILDREN'S HEALTH AND PROSPECTS :: t: 585555 5SK5 ^S3|iS 5jjS IT'S no wonder that most men pre- fer not to tell their business af- fairs to their wives. You wouldn't catch me doing it If I were a man. Business and love are two things that ought to be kept apart, and woe to the unfortunate man who does not recog- nize this truth! A man is better fitted to stand busi- ness worries than a woman. For one thing, he knows what he is talking about. "Half the time when you talk business even to an Intelligent woman ■he is putting up a bluff at understand- ing two-thirds of what you say," I beard one man say recently. I think he was about right too. The one thing a woman understands is the possibility of a 10 per cent profit. When her husband has a 10 per cent loss she ■imply doesn't see why it happened. An old friend was t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 November 1905

BOTTTHEBN MEBCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ADDRESS OF REV.JMR. KING Brieves Ministers Should Take Part in Public Affairs. NEPOTISM IS SCORED Baptist Minister Lauds William Ran- dolph Hearst For His Position. Address in Full. ad- One of the most interestlnlg dresses made at the Baptist Ministers conference field at the First Baptist church was Hie address of Rev. E. I'J- King of McKinney, who spoke on "Tho Pastors' Relations to the Current Ques- tions of the Day." The address fol- lows: The pastor is a citizen of the state In which he makes his home, a teach- er of the congregation to which he min- isters, and a leader of the moral forces with which he is associated. He ?s necessarily more or less affected by everything that helps or harms his countrymen. He is an Inherent part of the commonwealth In which he holds citizenship and shares its poverty or prosperity, its war or peace, ltd bane or blessing. He cannot Isolate himself from the age In which he lives, from the conditions ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

H n e & UNITED. WITH u n m Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv 1905. l 1 % f Vol. XXV. No. 47 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, Novemer 23, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum SANGER BROTHERS Stylish House For Ladies Inexpensively Dressed Specially lo\^ prices for winter garments—and these right in the face of generally higher prices. Only a store that buys and sells millions— that is a great factor in the markets—can hope to offer goods really cheap this fall. Dressing Sacque made of fancy colored flannelette, trimmed with white on body' and sleeves 504 Kimonas made of pink and blue striped flannelette, trimmed with two rows of braid on collar, s'.eeves, down the front and all around the bottom of sacque $1 00 Dressing Sacque rrade of cotton German Flannel, in Japanese prints and sailor collar, leg o' mutton sleeve with pointed turned up cuffs, full tucked front, collar and cuffs trimmed with one-ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

SOUTHERN MERCTTBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HEAVY DAMAGE 8UIT. Verdict for An Unprscsdsnted Amount la Rendered. Kansas City, Nov. 18.—A verdict for the largest amount ever rendered in a iamage suit In a local court was given In Judgment against the Missouri Pa- cific to-day for $30,000 to the wife of Major J. T. M. Partello, United States jirmy, for Injuries received in a railway wreck. Major and Mrs. Partello and their two children were en route from Fort jjeavenworth, Kansas, Oct. 9, 1904, fc'hen their train was derailed. All the members of the family were injured. Bhe sued alleging permanent injuries. The ease will be appealed. The other members of the family have suits pending. _ TERRITORY TRAGEDY. Two Men Killed Yeeterday Afternoon Near Madill. Avdmore, I. T., Nov. 18.—Information has toadied here from Marllll of the killing of A. B. Ward and It. J. Pop- ping near there this afternoon, the two men being waylaid. No arrests have been made, but two brothers named Harkey are und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. V- I & i ■ ■ iL - w i .1 I \ 3 RICHARD OLNEY ON RAILROADS Richard OIney, Attorney-General un- der President Cleveland, has come out for the railroads again. Being one of their high-priced lawyers, it was sup- posed that he would show up on that Bide, sooner or later. • , Richard declares that if the Nat'onal Government regulates railroad rates, the rights of the State w'll be usurped. Bully for you, Richard! Glad to welcome you to the States' Rights side. The last time we heard from you, old boy, you were on the railroad side, just as you are now, but the State of Il- linois didn't seem to have any rights which a railroad cabinet officers in a Democratic cab'net was bound to re- spect. You pushed Cleveland into sending the United States Army into Chicago to put down the Pullman strike when Chicago had not called on the State of Illinois, and the State of Illinois had not called on the Federal Government. Pullman had caused the strike ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PA8SWOBCL United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ( Weekly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Publlahed every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- flce as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must give the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. J>ay 'MTlTON PARK, MANAGER. . > DALLAS TEXAS. greater risk of being imprisoned than do the greater rascals after being "caught with the goods on." Nothing like doing things on a large scale, even if it be robbery. Members of the Farmers Union must not get the Idea Into their heads that that they are going to get everything they want in a yar or two, for they will nureiy be disappointed. Some labor unions have been In exis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

f.' f* I. H. K3MPNER, Presldsnt. .mm U«v#Py,'^> WW SOUTHERJT MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. DAN W. K2!M?NER. Vioa-Proild snt. J. SEINSHEIMER, Secretary i'- THE MERCHANTS AMD PLANTERS COMPRESS AND WAREHOUSE COMPANY. To tlie Members of the Farmers' Union: Galveston, Texas. Xov. 4, 1005. 1 You are no doubt acquainted with tlie contract made between thi> warehouse and the Fanners Union, in which contract we agreed to co-operate with the Union to realize fair and just prices for tlie fanners' cotton. This plan puts you in a position to hold your cotton for He or any price that you may desire, protecting your cotton from the weather, insuring it at the vurv lowest possible rate, charging you only a reasonable amount for storage, and advancing you money at a very low rate of interest. If you thoroughly study this over, you will realize that it is the best plan for you and you need not fear but that your cotton will always be held here until you advise us to sell. We don't let th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

rrr" «OIJTHERN MERCURY AXD FARRIERS UNION PASSWORD. m Battle for Supremacy Among Copper Kings T. H. Hickey Tells How State of Montana Was Shut Down. Thomns Alolsius HlcUey. a Socialist lecturer, at present a magazine writer, ami In the past has had his name on «very pay roll In the city of Butte. Mont., as a practical (itiartz miner, In In the city delivering six lectures <>11 "Frenzied finance." Mr. 1 llek'*y s continued story In Tom Watson s Mag- azine on the "Montana Copper \\; r. or Helnze vs. Amalgamated." Is <- tractlnK national attention. Mr. Hickev has been writing on mining subjects for a number of years, and among his most important works Is the Oouer d'Ahne bull pen story, "f •which 250,000 were sold and of which over 5,000 were disposed of In Dallas t>y the local Socialists. When seen by ft reporter for this paper the other af- ternoon. Mr. Hickey talked interest- ingly of the copper war now helm? waged and his part in th<' Unlit now being waged by Thomas ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

•.tfto 1 , v. .-■# .v w, * ♦'Imm i ii"i"M"i"i'i i i r 111111:1111111: i V □ =9 w • •oil THE WRONG INTERPRETATION. I* Father (catching his * son at the tarts)—Now then, Johnny, what are you up to? Johnny—Up to the ninth, ra, but they're awful small. AND THEREBY HANGS A TALE. 'i 7k * A WORLD BEATER. He could beat his friends at billiards, He could beat at bowling, too; As a beat he'd badly beaten Nearly every one he knew. He could beat at golf and tennis And in guzzling at a feast, But he couldn't beat a carpet, Or ho never did, at least. THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THE TROUBLE. I' ' *AtV '«?. a'WWNlCHOLLf^ A CLEAR GAIN. Tlicro once was a girl in Now Haven Who on economics went a-ravln*. When asked why her clock Was permitted to stop She said, "Look at tho time it Is savin'." HIS STATUS. Ho—Miss CJrace is proud of her new saddle horse. She says he's afraid of nothing. She—Really! And did ho shy at you? mr .'.v;• }? •„1 ■ I • ? 1?1 1 • *•*•«•••••••••• •* "*•• • • * *•/*•••• *«i **•,*• V • • IW ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 November 1905

SOUTHEBN MEBCT7RY AND FABHERS TTtflOtf PASSWOBDL The Side That is Not Considered. The Mutual Life of New York. wcmm«. Mecuaor, Pnsum. Payments to Policy Holders in each decade, 1843 to 1904. |1843 | None 1853 | $1,653,893,,57 | 1863 | $8,846,314,31 1 1873 $61,715,869.73 1883 | 33,623,847.85 I 1893 1 $161,511,714.80 | 1904 | $298,371,825.54 I Total Payments to Policy Holders | $665,723,465.80 The Best Company Is the One Which Has Done the Most Good Ctiamberlain & 6illette,Mgrs San Antonio, Texas. WOULD CHRIST BE WELCOME Severe Arraignment of Inter- Church Conference. Menl'on Mercury-Pussword. THE SUFFERER'S FRIEND. A positive curs for Fevers* Odds, Hradiches, LaOrlpiio* Pnotimonlu. Pleurisy, and Ca- tarrh of ttie Mtomach. Con- tain* no nnrootios. Isahanpr comblnatl n. of antiseptic;* for tho rollff of shove inula- dles, and 1h Nature's tonic, aperient, laxutlvs onil hepntln. Physicians molt froely. Atiill drug stores. IVi- box l>v mail ■25 cent*. Stumps accepted. W. L. TUCKER ...

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