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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 December 1905

v.VAj SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. THE MENARD COUNTY UNIONS ■X jr~ ) v V £> >' . J Menard County Union met in regular ■eaalon Dec. 1 and 2, 1905, at Red Creek school house. The following officers were elected for. the year 190C: B. M. Westbrook, President; Hext, Tex.; P. M. Adams, Vice President, London, Tex.; W. C. Eckert, Secretary-Treas- urer, Streeter, Tex.; J. A. Coffman, Chaplain, London, Tex., 13. L. Allison. Lecturer, Hext, Tex.; Will Winsiett, Conductor, London, Tex.; N. J. John- son, Doorkeeper, London, Tex.; Wm. Stanton, Business Agent, Hext, Tex. At 8 o'clock p. m. the Union was addressed by State Lecturer D. J. Neill, followed by Bros. Gulton Lewis and F. M. Adams. Bro. Neill spoke to the public on the day following, after which dinner was served on the school grounds by the good ladies of Red Oak neighborhood. v J. A. Coffman was chosen delegate to the National Convention at Texar- kana. Our next County Union will be held at Nine Mile schoolhouse ...

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 — 14 December 1905

" EL< ■ PIP! • > ■ w? __ ! —jatv/.y rr—v -'i. ^sp? J| <*3P, ■ CHRISTMAS KATE CLYDE Writesef lA«Cuitom of Exchanging Yuletide Gifts and Makes Various Other Observations Pertinent to the Holiday Season KRISTMAS time again," sighed my friend as she rccklessly tossed lur new h;it on the divan, "and be- muse I hav<! to buy ho •many presents I must postpone having a new dress un- til nearly February! oh, you needn't look siioekoJ," sin' went on. "I know Christmas is a beautiful holiday, ami up ought to open up our hearts and all that sort of thing, but I live in an apart- ment- hotel, and it's a e,is ■ of open up Iny purse and go without necessities myself as a result. First there are the two elevator mtn to lie remember- ed, and tl^en the night and (lie day tele- phone operators P"T"l"l!Hr~ 'h" bellboys :~#C% i, lii ir'Sa and the house- keeper and the e ha ni berm a I d. Then ttie clerk ought to be given a box of cigars by my husband Or else our mail Is npt 10 go astray, and....

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 — 14 December 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURT AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ■vp ■ -.warn THIS 18 IT m The Mercury-Password nly Fi ve Subscribers Take It Now rustle! You can own one if yon will. Every Ur.ion Farmer wants to read the Mercury-Password. Every farmer will want to read it when "shown." Cut from this paper the Subscrip- tion Blank. Talk a little Unionism which is Mercury-Password ism, to a fow farmer friends aud get their subscriptions - Remember Only Five new sub, scribers! Send us the list and money and the watch will be sent you at once. THE MERCURY-PASSWORD DALLAS. TEXAS. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs . . Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a eWelch Rnd deocrlptlon may 1.1.1- ..Mi-iiiin mip nttiiiimi free whether S3 sent free. Oiaesi speiicy ioribwu^h Patents taken through Muyn f € ntcial not let, without charge, In the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnstral ed weekly. MUNN & Qo.38,Broidw,y' Nbw V ork Branch Offlce. 636 F fit* Washington. D. C. Mention Mercury-Password. MACHINERY For V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 December 1905

SOUTHERN MERCTTHY AND FAIMTSTtS UNION PASSSWOVTv DELAYED NEWS FROM RUSSIA Press Correspondence Touches on Conditions There. St. Petersburg, Nov.' 27.— (Oorre- Bpondenee of the Associated Press.) — "Wlille It Is impossible In the present confusion to clenrly outline the vari- ous political forces which arc struK- KlinR for mastery In Russia, the for- eign student of ltussian affairs can w ith profit bear in mind I he general party divisions as at present consti- tuted. Perhaps first of all In the order of importance Is the party of reaction, not at court, but among the nobles who believe in the old regime and among the great mass of the peasant- ry. who still believe that all good flows from the "Utile Father" and the church and continue extremely hostile to the "Intelllgencla" which Is regard- ed a's part of the machinery for their oppression. The "Black masses," the term by which the Ignorant peasantry, who comprise SO per ccnt of Russia's 140,- 000,000 people, are known, can at an...

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 — 21 December 1905

.* mm WITH UNITED mm Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, I90B. Vol. XXV. No. 51 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, December 21, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. MITCHELL*COUNTY OBJECTS At the regular meeting of Mitchell County Union, held last Saturday, the committee on resolutions made the following report which was unani- mously adopted: "We, the committee of the Mitchell County Farmers Union, recommend the following resolutions, Whereas, in the organization of the National Farmers Union which was effected recently at Texarkana, the ^Farmers Union of Texas was ignored Inasmuch as a Texas man was rut at the head of (lie organization who is not a farmer and whom the Texas del- egation refused to support, and further we believe that that organization was largely dominated by men who were not actual far...

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 — 21 December 1905

BBfSV* ' SOUTHERN MERCURY AVD FARMERS TTNIOtf PASSWORD. = NATIONAL MEETING Foil Proceedings of Texarkana Conference Held December 5-8, 1905. Official Minutes. Morning Session. "First Annual Meeting: of the Farm- ers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Un- ion of America held at session In the Texas City Hall In Texarkana Decem- ber 6. 1906. At 10 a. m. the convention was call- ed to order by E. A. Calvin, the pres- ident of the Texas State Union. The meeting was opened by prayer by L. N. Holmes, of Louisiana. A very ap- propriate and courteous welcome ad- dress was extended to the delegates by W. A. Shi w, on behalf of the mayors and citizens of the sister cities of Tex- arkana. Phis address was very elo- quently > eaponded to by R. F. Duck- worth on behalf of delegates, after which the convention proceeded to or- ganize Itself for business transactions. By request of E. A. Calvin, the pres- idents and secretaries of the several State Unions came forward, and assist- ed In presiding ov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

IP B0T7THEHN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. r L P l *V CONFESSIONS OF AN EDITOR ' The advertising leverage has been •ne of the mtwt powerful means of Silencing the dally press, says a writer in the Arena. A well-known American journalist, who for years served either as editor-in-chief or as a principal tili- torlal writer on Chicago and New York dailies, gave me some examples show- ing how it was impossible for the great dailies to be true to the people at all times. One Instance cited was as fol- lows: "When the Income tax was before congress." said this editor, "we canie out strongly in favor of it, and I was pounding away In a vigorous manner when one morning our proprietor and manager, Mr. S-, called me into his room and told me that we 'would have to drop our advocacy of the income tax. "'Why?' I asked, 'You btlieve in it, I believe in It, and the people want it.' " 'Yes, that is all very true, but you know that neither Jhls paper nor uny other of the gnat dailies can live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

kite-* POTTTHERN MERCURY AlflD FARMERS UNION FASSWORa United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. WMkly« ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by th\ FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas, Texas. postof- flce as mail matter of the second class, Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. Ccorner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas In fact, more certain to get the rate cut 75c per ton. If we get no more than this. It will amount to 14.750,000 saving each year, based on tho, fuct that no more lumber is shipped In future years than was shipped last year. Yet the Farmers' Union can't do anything! Bull! Rot! Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a chance of address must glvo the OLD as well as the NKW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make a!l drafts, money orders, etc.. J>ayaMIfLTON PARK, MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. We take pleasure in correcting any and all errors—don't fail to give full partieularsr-dates, amounts,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARi!EBS UNION" PASSWOBB. CULBERSON DENOUNCES IN STRONG TERMS ACTS OF ADMINISTRATION. ' Washington, Dec. 16.—The bitter criticism of canal methods that has marked three days' consideration by the benate, of the bill to provide an fll.OCO.OOO deficit in the appropriation tor the Panama canal, culminated late this afternoon in the passage of the bill without division, and after announce- ment was authorized on the floor that the administration had decided to abandon the canal literary bureau pre- sided over by Secretary Bishop. Today's debate lacked none of the acrimony that has characterized the discussion from the beginning. Two leading-Democratic senators denounc- ed what they considered extravagant expeditures and favoritism In appoint- ments. They were Bacon of Georgia, and Culberson of Texas. One Democrat, Mr. Newlands of Ne- vada, advocated leniency of judgment and pointed out the great engineering work by the geological survey as a pos- ulljie solution of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

.rCWTJT- T "' '5^ ' "T^sTr«r <77^ I"'1 BOUTHEflN MERCUTtY- AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOHH FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA. j General Headquarter*, Dallas. Tex. E. A. Calvin, President, 250 Elm Street. 3. A. Wheeler, Vice-President. B. F. Chapman, Secretary. J. D. Montgomery, Organizer. D. J. Neal. Lecturer. J. P. Lane, Chaplain. J. T. Muhon, Dook Keeper. SA. C. Neece. Conductor. John T. Garner, Business Agent. EXECUTIVE COMM1TTKR. P. W. Davis, Woodbine, Chairman; J. D. Jameson, Whitney, Secretary; G. M. Gnrner, Snyder; M. A. Clifton, CllfC; J. R. Luce. Grapeland, Rt. 5. WORK THE OTHER FELLOW B. J. INDIAlfOMA STATB UNIOV. lleinl<ltiiir(rrit, Shawnee. Oklii. A. Daws, President. Cordell, O. T. P. Connors, Vice-President, Cana- dian, I. T. J. W. Harrison, Sec.-Trcas., Shawnee, Okla. \ Rev. P. C. Estls, Chnplain, Snyder, O. T. J. H. Keltner, Conductor, Stonewall. 1. T. J. 15. Gtinter. Doorkeeper. Mnldrow. I. T. EX RCt *T!V K POM MITT R R. J. w. Porloy, Ghm'n. How...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FABME^S UNION PASSWORD. IK' ' i THIS 18 IT The Mercury-Password nlyFive Subscr ibera Take It Mow rustle! You can own one if you will. Every Ucion Farmer wants to read the Mercury-Password. Every farmer will waut to read it when "shown." Cut from this paper the Subscrip- tion Blank. Talk a little Unionism which is Mercury-Passwordlsm, to • fow farmer friends aud get their subscriptions Remember Only Five new sub, ■cribers! Send us the list and money and the watch will be sent you at once. THE MERCURY-PAS SWORD DALLAS. TEXAS. SO YEARS* EXPERIENCE Patents I HRUli ni Designs Copyrights Ac. AnvoniMndlni a sketch and description mw lutcklT Ascertain our opinion free wnethor an nrentTon ^ is SlVlnSi "MS fa Effite tftrlal nolle*, without cbary* In • raioiltl MIMJII mi rr— meeiat notice, without charge, In «• Sckntiflc American. Ahandaomelrllinit rated weakTjr. bwitdr- dilation of nny scientific jqurosj. Terms, 98 • year: four monthSt $1. Bold by all newsdealers. Mention...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 December 1905

mm •wr T; ■— BOUTHEBN MERCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. f ARGUMENT IN GIBSON CASE Evidence All in and Lawyers Have the Floor. San Antonio, Doc. 19.—Argument In the Monk Gibson case began this morn- ing at 10 o'clock. The testimony of the defense closed with John Grimes, Juller of Bexar county jail. Jose Villarcl, a deputy sheriff of Bexar county, was on the stand. Grimes testified as to Gibson's pres- ent weight, which he said was 104 pounds. He said Gibson gave an ex- hibition of strength in Jail by lifting wen. He described Gibson's appear- ance when he was placed in Jail here. He said he had on a Jumper and long pants. Witness was asked if the district at- torney had not given orders that an extra large pair of new pants be pur- chased for the prisoner. District At- torney Baker resented the imputation and declared he only wanted the pris- oner to appear in court clothed In his usual costume. Vlllarel testified as to Gibson's weight when ho was brought here from Kdna. and said ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

'? v-\': , r* ■'* * - - RB WTH UN TED R R & a \ • •- '>'4 v>.<| S'i4fe' • •.o*? Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolldsted May l( 1906. Vol. XXV. No. 52 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, December 28, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum I fe*-- | THE TALE OF TEXARKANA. f It Is too long to attempt to tell half bf It in the Journal, unless we devoted Ike entire Issue to It. It is too unwel- come In Texas to dwell on it longer than necessary, anyway. And yet, it can not be passed over with notice. Our readers all know that the organ- ization was effect sd, and that O. P. f yle of Mineola, Tex., editor of the Co- IDperator, was made president, and Newt GreBham of Point, Tex., general organizer. An executive committee was chosen and a constitution adopted, one Bectlon of which prohibits, any mem- ber who is an editor from publishing any adverse criticism of the acts of any Official. We have read all about the T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

-r— ~n - \ \ mm V SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. WANTS A SQUARE DEAL While the growth of the Farmers* Union has been phenomenal, It is a glorious cause and Its doctrines and teachings will, I hope, soon bring In- dustrial freedom to the agricultural classes throughout America. There is one thing, however, that Is apparent, especially in the organization In Texas. We seem to work openly and actively for the cotton farmer only to the exclusion more or less of other interests and classes. True* cotton is king in Texas and the South. It is the staple commodity ,of our people as a whole, on which they rely principally for sustenance and support. But how about the man who raises wheat, oats and corn? Should we not do something in Ills behalf? It is our duty. As it is the object of our order to look after the interests of the agriculturist gener- ally. The fruit and truck grower is a farmer and needs help. Here in Northwest Texas we raise but little cotton. Our principal crop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

SOUTHERN MKBCCRY AXDTARMERS UNION PASSWOBtX CONTEST TO THE BITTER END BETWEEN PRINTERS AND EMPLOYERS. New York, Dec. 26.—Final prepara- tions will be made this week by Typo- graphical Union No. 26 for a fight for the closed shop and the eight-hour work day in all the book and job offices Which ia expected to begin on January 1st. A representative of the union Bald yesterday: "The only demand we made was for the eight-hour work iday, it having prevailed up to the pres- ent time. Employers refused the eight- hour demand and will try to introduce the open shop. The light will be a hitter one. We are not afraid of the result. We have more than $160,000 available now and ran raise $500,000 if necessary." In a statement on preparations for the coming struggle Wm. Green, pres- ident of the New York Typothetae, Bays its members are prepared to in- stall competent non-union machine operators and other printers in the va- rious composing rooms. He says: "These printers have been obtained by a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

mm BOFTHEIW MEBCUBY AND FARMKBB UJIltW 1-A WUJ*1 . United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. • Weekly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published ev*rs Thursday bv the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas. Texas, voatot- flee as mull matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). uai las, Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address jnu®' ® the OLD as well as '.he NbW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. J>aiaMfLTON PARK, MANAGER. his apple tree, he will pay you what you ask for the fruit, and Instead of cursing you, he will regard you us U benefactor of mankind. And ho the really clever thieves do not waste their time on mere apples, but they go fov the tree every time, ami the public has I the proper handling and marketing of JUST WHAT WE NEED.. . Instruction About Handling Cotton. Prom i/l financial (X/lnt of vlfw the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

SOUTHERN MEKCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ANOTHER JOLT FOR GALVESTON r Dallas, Tex., Deo. 22.—"A'rose would Smell as sweet if called by another name," but a railway rate fixed be- cause of water competition between two points when called a "differential' becomes unbearably offensive to some people. And because of this we are today treated by the press of tills state with lengthy editorials and articles concerning it, and it is said by some of them that the question bids fair to become an issue in the coming state campaign Before any intelligent criticism of the Houston-Galveston differential can be entered into, the true meaning of what a differential is must be under- stood. The word itself indicates its meaning, which according to Webster, is: "Creating a difference; discrimi- nating; special." As applied to railway rates its meaning remains the same, and denotes that as between two or more points a rate discriminates as against one or more of them and in favor, of some other o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

as ifi' iMplh -J -•^■*i- •' SOUTHERN MERCURY AttD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. OWN OUR OWN FACTORIES Beinsr at work hard In the fl«M for ro-operation in manufacture, I am very anxious for the Farmers' Union to take hold of co-operative manufac- ture. We must own the machines of manufacture and own the products of the machines in order to realize tho full profit of our labor. To produce the raw material and then sell it to Homebody, who sells it to somebody else, who sells it to the owners of tho machines and then buy it back fin- ished at from ten to twenty times the price we got for the raw material. Is simply to be robbt-d of the larger part of what we have earned. What Is the use of selling cotton nt eleven cents •when the cotton factory pays 2- cents? Let's own the factory and Ket the -2 cents, and make the profits that the factory makes. And when we buy back the products of the factory what the jobber pays $10 for at the factory, he sells to the retail store for $25. The Jobber buys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

f THEY DID NOT SEE SANTA CLAUS. A Mgftftt X*Ms. (ao<. "Hush! Hark! Dere's old daddy Clismus coming down de chimley." But, alas! They were diaappointed. isiinStiKS Only Fair. Jones — Do you think then the .Santa Claus myth is in accord with a higher intel- lectucl develop- ment? Thinker — Cer- tainly. I do not see why the chil- dren should not have a Santa Claus If the grownups amuse themselves with the heroes of the Wagnerian mu- sical dramas Christmas Decora- tion. Gladys—Are you going to hang the mistletoe on the chandelier again this Christmas? .Maud—No. we'll have to hang it over by the wall. Mother says there's 110 use of having us girls •stand around and wear the carpet out in one place." Then He Is a Wonder. "A man is all right if he is as smart at forty as he thinks tie Is at twenty." "Yes, but how much greater he is If he is as smart at twenty ns his father thinks he is at two." Couldn't Under- stand It. Uncle Josh — I see that Mrs. Rlchman gave a dinner with a hun- dred...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 December 1905

•«*%♦«' *■' -.•S'-f'-f. "—■ ^ U' SOUTHERN MERCTOY AND PARMER8 UNION PASSWORD. CO-OPERATION IN EUROPE FnrtJ.frs i Denmark are making rapid progress in co-operation. For the p;ist ten years they have had or- ganized throughout the country socie- ties that co-operate with each other in marketing eggs- Every farmer who is a member of the organization is re- quired to mark his eggs with thi name of his society, his own number and the date, on w hich the egg w as laid, lie is further required to follow certain rules with regard to cleanliness in the hen house and methods of feeding his chickens. He is also required not to keep his eggs on the farm beyond a certain specified time. He delivers his eggs to the local society; If the local society Is large enough the eggs are shipped direct to market, If not th.-y ire shipped lo another society and from :here exported. The government Inspects eggs regu- larly from certain shipping points and If any bad eggs are found they are separated from th...

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