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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

*" . V'H A\ R & "■UNITED WITH* ir i' i^ Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May l( I90B. m 11 Hii 'Pi t Vol. XXVI. No. 1 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, January 4, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boy* I at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. \ r SCURRY COUNTY 8PEAK8. Resolutions as adopted by the Scurry County Union, No. ,40, in session on Dec. 23. 1905: We, your committee on resolutions, respectfully submit the following, and recommend its adoption: Whereas, The Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union of America is, or should be, strictly a farmers' organ- ization? and Whereas, The State Farmers' Union of Texas, which is, in fact, the mother - and head of the Farmers' Union of America, did, in State meeting, last August, adopt resolutions prohibiting any one not an actual farmer from holding any office in the Farmers' .Union: and Whereas,...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

SOUTHERN LTEHCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORR THIS IS IT The Mercury-Password nlyPive Subscribers Take It Now nutlet You can own on^ if you will. Every Ur. Ion Farmer wants to read the Mercury-Password. Every farmer will want to read it when "shown." Cot from this paper the fiubscrlp- tlon Blank. Talk a little Unionism which is Mercury-Passwordisin, to • fow farmer friends aud get their subscriptions Remember Only Five new ®ub scribers! Send us the list and money and the watch will be sent you at once. THE MERCURY-PASSWORD PAULAS. T«XA8. "MACHINERY For Van Winkle Cotton Gins, Feeders, Condensers, Pfesses- Cotton Seed Oil Machinery, Mon- arch Flower and Feed Mill Ma- chinery, Shafting, Pulleys, Ele, ▼aling and Carrying Machinery WRITE OR CALL ON JOHN wms. TAYLOR Cor, Main and Houston Streets, DALLAS, TEXAS. (Agents for Texas A the Territosler) Mention Mercury-Password. TOBACCO AND PIG3. Write to Dr. I. A. Wesson. Wlngo, Ky., for sample of line select Leaf To- bacco, 15 cents per pound...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

>* pnTTTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORH f k ' '■< BIRTHDAY OF > GEN^CABELL Joiige J. C. Ruse Pays Well Known Southern Ge era! a High Tribute* 7 [ From Monday's Times Herald. ' To-day at his home on South Ervay Street, Ceneral W. L. Cabell is enter- taining his many friends in celebra- tion of iiis seventy-ninth birthday. His home has been appropriately decorat- ed in which the "Stars and Bars" of the Southern Confederacy figure promiscu- ously. Southern music will be a fea- ture of the entertainment and refresh- ments will be served. Arrangements have been completed for the reception of several hundred friends. The following tribute was paid to the old warrior some time ago by Judge J. C. Muse and is so striking in its com- pleteness both, as a eulogy and as a his- torical sketch that The Times Herald prints it in full. "General William Lewis Cabell, the subject of this sketch, is a type of the old school Southern gentleman; his kindly, charitable generosity and his...

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 — 4 January 1906

Ut, 00T7THEBN MEBCURY 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 at the Dallas. Texas, postof- fice as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 218-216 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must Rive the OLD as well as the NKW uddress. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to __ . MILTON PARK, MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. We take pleasure in correcting any ■nd all errors—don't fail to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will reduce mistakes to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to ask their Postmaster to in- form us of any oopy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for apeoial terms to agents. OUR NEW YEAR RESOLUTION...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. WILSON VALLEY UNION I The Farmers' Union has done much good an(i wjjj jo ,nore in the near fu- ture, by the co-operation of the mem- bers of all looal unions and by man to man standing to his post of duty to his union and country and himself. At first the union was but little noticed by newspaper men and other institutions, now most of all of these concerns give attention to union people. The Union has saved me nearly double since I Joined It, beside it has helped the whole union membership. No, brother farmers, we are supposed to know the past as farmers. It has been a hard pull for us to keep from falling behind. My idea Is to diversify our crops so as to have a living, and some to spare, above the cotton crop. We should stand for U or 12 cents for our cotton, and proportionately for our other products. The average farmer should plant for a twelve balo crop, and grow other stuff to live on. Now, brethren, let's not be so un- thoughtful ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

R 80UTHERN MKHCDRY AND FAKMEKS UNION PASSWORD. DUST FROM THE RIP SAW X " To be a patriot, one must be venlcl With Individual !H> rty. The fellow who thinks "he known It all." is generally the very fellow wIiojii everyone is calling a fool. Show us a thlo'. a graft' r, a rofiue, or a man who has made his money off of an unsuspecting constituency, hi I v.c will show you a man who is deathly afraid of publicity and free speech. We can live In any climate wher" "horse sense" is permV.-ible, and wiiciv air and water are >tll; free, and u;i to this writing, both of ih<-."- -ill Inly have not be i "<onieteu" l>y those who Iu\te us ih>' worst. *;VS>ere is a lot at poll!Icians who ar.i eiifcU* to talk to \ oil before an i Irction, but these same (VIIowh would rather In- taught in bed w ith a mangy hound pup than let their neighbors catch them as- sociatlng with you after they are elected. And still you "reubens" vote for such men because they belong to "our party." Are y...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

4 t I' IP the Importance of a holiday were measured by Its antiquity New Tear's day would rank next to the one made obligatory upon man- kind on that awful day on Mount £inal. The custom of recognizing the day by some sort of religious observ- ance seems to have prevailed among tfiost of the nations of antiquity. The Jews, the Egyptians, the Romans, the Chinese, the Mohammedan races afid even the wild tribes of central Europe all regarded New Year's day with spe- cial interest. It is probable that its observance in modern times is rather less general and more colorless than at any other period of the world's history. It has had its Ins and outs, its times of wide popularity and Its moments of sudden and almost inexplicable subsl dence. For the past generation of Americans it was the social holiday of all others, but the present day arbiters will have none of it. Its social ob- servance is relegated to the fringe of society and to the foreign element which still clings fondly to the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 January 1906

■ ** . Xvy-'jE -—r — wS' v> '/ at? / SOUTHERN "MEHCTTRT A!n) FARMERS TTNTON PASSWORD RECORDS OF LEGISLATORS Organizer Montgomery of Farmers' Union Makes Report. The legislative report of General Or- ganizer J. D. Montgomery of the Farm- ers' Union, has been printed ami la now ready for distribution. It will be remembered that the union sent Mr. Montgomery to Austin during the Twenty-ninth legislature to represent Its Interest In leglHlatlon pending be- fore that body. Mr. Montgomery did not present any bills but gave hid backing to the tax bills and the anti- free pass bill. In his report he gives the legislative history of these meas- ures and the detail vote on each. In the Introduction to his report Mr. Montgomery says: "These measures known popularly'ns the Williams, Love and Kennedy bills, deriving their names from their auth- ra, sought to Increase the taxes of va- rious corporations doing business In the state of Texas and by that means meet the deficiency of over one mill...

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 — 18 January 1906

1 (< i s J J % □> m Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv 1905. Vol. XXVI. No. 3 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, January 18, 1906 $1,00 Per Annum Sanger Bros. Bargains Ladies Walking Skirts No better styles shown this season. Beautifully made, with rows of lace inserting: between cluster of tucks, finished with lace edge; other styles finished with embroidery flounce and umbrella styles. Walking Skirts of muslin, cambric or longcloth, trimmed with rows of lace tucks and edge or wide embroidery flounce with beading, some very elaborate designs. for 1.25 Skirts. «° *v"r ". 5-50 Skirts. SI 25 tor $1.5^ —tc tt^orjcal SOg £.75 Skirts. 81 50 for $1.75 .50 Skirts. lies Gowns with fine of styles, and close Night Gowns made of the best muslin, cambric or nainsook, high neck, V neck, round and square neck effects, some in the slip-over styles, prettily trimmed with rows of lace or embroidery, ...

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 — 18 January 1906

>;*i I I fliis ■ if-- BOUTHERir MERCURY AND FARMERS ITN10W PASSWORD!, SPEAKS ON HIS RESOLUTION ASKING FOR DEPEW'S RESIGNATION. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 16.—State Sena- tor Brackett spoke to-day In support of his resolution requesting the resig- nation of Senator Depew. Senator Brackett declared In opening the de- bate that he had introduced the reso- lution in evidence to what he believed to be "the solemn demand of the right thinking people of the state." lie de- nied he had the slightest wish to hu- miliate Senator Depew "more than was necessarily Implied In any possible res- olution of the kind." He asserted there was a lack of confidence In the senator named which had been caused by re- cant disclosures. He denied the asser- tion that it was not wlthlrt the province of the senate to pass a resolution on the subject In reference to which it had no authority to enforce action and cit- ed resolutions adopted on the Venezu- elan situation and coal strike several years ago. "I want to ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 January 1906

ISOrTHERN irmfCURY A?TD FARKKRS TTXrO"* PASSWORD DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS Poultney Bigelow Talks of Affairs on the Isthmus. New York, Jan. 12.—Poultney Bige- low, for whose presence befcfre the sen- ate committee on lnter-oceanic canals a subpoena was Issued yesterday, has a signed letter on "Panama" in to- day's Times. The communication In part follows: "Two things are notable to him who reads the signs of the times. "No German historian touches mod- ern Hohenzo'lern's history. "No .American engineer of standing cares to be identified with the Pana- ma canal. "This is momentary only—we are happy to believe. "My own purpose in going to Pana- ma was to look at the conditions under ■which the negro laborers were compell- ed to live. "My charge against our administra- tion are those which any independent observer would have made under ana- logous conditions and with analogous experience of the negro in tropical countries. "These charges Mr. Taft does not meet. "I have made several broad c...

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 — 18 January 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weakly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by tho FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce aa mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 218-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Oaaton Building). Dal- laa. Texas Chang* of Addreaa—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must Klve 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 __ „ MILTON PARK, MANAGER. „ DALLAS TEXAS. We take pleasure in correcting any and all errors—don't fail to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will reduce mietakea to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to ask their Postmaster to in- form us of any copy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for special terms to agents. It won't cost you much to l...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 January 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD * 4 * ca? ¥ I FIGHT THE FARMER'S ELEVATORS How bitterly antagonistic the line •levator people are to farmer elevators U manifested in many ways, but not often In So rank a manner as In Lowry, Pope County, Minnesota, recently. The farmers In that vicinity proposed to build a co-operative elevator, and tho business men of the town gave the pro- posal hearty encouragement, which wai a manifestation of their good sense. They were warned, however, by the Atlantic Elevator Company of Wiscon- sin that If a farmers' elevator was es- tablished In £owry that a cut-price general store would be started there, goods would be sold at cost and the trade of the local merchants ruined. The elevater was established, and the threat of the line companies made good by opening the cut-price—or cut-throat —store. Whereupon a State anti-trust law was Involved, and proceedings to annul the charter of the Minnesota company, and to forbid the doing of business by th...

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 — 18 January 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. i - I?" I K" I Cotton Crop Report ' Made by Railroad Figures Compiled by Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad. ♦ <♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ The following statement, showing a large decrease In cotton production, lias |>een issued from the oflice of J. W. Alien, general freight agent of the MlnHOurl, Kansas and Texas railroad, showing the situation at stations along that line of road In Texas and Indian and Oklahoma Territories, from September 1, 1905, Texas Stations— Shipped. On hand. •Whitewrlght 2,92a 75 •Wichita Falls 641 200 In sight. 300 300 Total. 3,297 1,141 Total 1904-05. 14,599 1,708 Texas totals 438,719 61,542 97,526 697,787 878,938 to and including December 30, 1905: Texas Stations— Shipped. Abbott 1,959 •Alba 1,384 • Alvarado 4,921 Ambrose 519 •Argyle 1,914 •Aubrey D.lL'li •Austin K,,l'79 Avlnger ;i;(0 Barker Bartlett 17.37S Unstrop 3,254 Melcher 1,085 •Sells 1.447 •Belton 3.R91 •Bo...

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 January 1906

\ <5 . ■ ii I i . .T-r- — ■ ™ — —— 1 ■ ■■ ■ ■ HemarKable Men in Great Uritairis ffetv Cabinet IT cams as a surprise to all England, and especially to the Conserva- tives, that the new premier. Sir Henry Campbell - Bannerman, should be able to select all of the mem- bers of his cabinet in the short period of one week. It seemed probable, of course, that so shrewd an organizer as Sir Henry should have settled pretty definitely upon the personnel of his ad- visers in the event of his own appoint-, ment, but it is unusual in the slow mov- ing machinery of British politics for matters to proceed so briskly. Rather more wonderful still are the selections he haa made—such an array of individ- ual talent all disposed in positions so suitable that it is not easy to criticise. ■ As regards literary ability, no one in the outgoing cabinet can compare with John Murley, James Bryce, Richard Haldane or Augustine Blrrell. As de- baters in the house of commons the re- cent government, after Mr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 January 1906

SOUTHERN MEHCCBY AND FARHER8 UNION «"AS8WOBO STOCK GROWERS FOR REFERENDUM Questioning Candidate* la the Road to Success. The latest body of organized fann- ers to declare for the Referendum sys- tem Is the Corn Belt Meat Producers' 'Association who, at a meeting held in Iowa on Dec. 9, adopted a resolution: That we are in favor of a constitu- tional amendment for Iowa providing lor the optional Referendum similar to Uiat of Oregon and South Dakota. There will be a Joint Resolution In- troduced at the coming session of the Legislature of Iowa to submit to a Referendum vote of the people of that Btate an amendment to the constitu- tion for the Optional Referendum and Direct Initiative. It is not expected that the Leglsla- ture will pass this resolution, as it requires a two-thirds vote to do so; but it will lay the ground for the or- ganized farmers, the Referendum League and the labor unions to ques- tion the legislative candidates of all pfrtles before the next election as to whethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 January 1906

« * * M h M V jiili UNITED W1XH V I Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury end Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1, I90B. Vol. XX.VI. No. Qt Dallas, Texas, Thursday, January 25, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum r ' fv REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creek Heard From, t STATEMENT BY CAMPBELL RUS- SELL. Dallas, Tex., Jan. 20, 1906. To The Mercury-Password: Noticing your consistent stand at all times for the right of the people tec be heard through the referendum vote, I wish to say to the many readers of your columns that the National Exec- utive Committee elected at Texarkana Dev. 8. 1905, fully recognizes the right of the people to be heard; and to that end we submitted a proposition to the so-called Texas committee at our meet- ing In Dallas, Jan. 5-8, to have all matters of difference between us left to a referendum vote of all local unions and all agreed to abide by the result. I ...

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 — 25 January 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD IN INTEREST OFGROWER General Organizer of Southern Cot- ton Association to Make Tour. Waxahachle, Tex., Jan. 22.—The fol- lowing letter Is self-explanatory: Waxahachle, Tex., Jan. 20.—Mr. E. D. Smith, of South Carolina, president of his state division and general organ- izer for the Southern Cotton associa- tion, will beglh another tour of Texas at Marshall, February 1. Mr. Smith Will be in Texas altogether two months, alternating between this state, Arkansas, Louisiana and the Indian Territory, the object of this procedure being to get him to these states and the territory before planting time in order to arouse Interest In a reasonable reduction of the cotton acreage for the year 1906. These states. Including Texas and the Indian Territory, arc not as thoroughly organized as the cotton growing states east of the Mis- sissippi river. However, they will be organized this year and put In line for the protection of our greatest of oil money ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 January 1906

BOUTHEBtf MERCURY AIH> FARMERS UNION1 PASSWORD. i BRITISH WORKMEN MARCHING FORWARD A Long Stride Taken Toward the Goal of Better Soctal Conditions* Chamberlainism a Better Guide Than Balfourism—Echoes From Struggle in Merrie Isle. -) liondon, Jan. 20.—In the mass of conflicting opinions as to the signifi- cance of the parliamentary elections, two conclusions may be drawn without much danger that they will be re- versed by later events. One is that Mr. Balfour's opportunism was the leading cause of the Un'onist defeat and the other is that the British work- Ingmen have taken a long stride to- ward the goal of better social condi- tions. That is to say, Chamberlainism, definite, fearless and well considered, has vindicated its cla'm to be a safer party program than Balfourism, and labor, long ignored by the Tory and the old line Whig, has justified the conten- tion of John Burns sixteen years ago, that "organized political action on the part of the v rising classes will finally cre...

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 — 25 January 1906

WTTTHEBW MERCUHY AJfl> FABMKB8 UNI03" FASSWOKD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. of salt." The telegraphic news service Is controlled and colored by corporate Interests, and union papers, as well as the secular press, arc largely depend- ent on the Associated Press and the regular telegraphic news channels for quick Information, garbled arid mis- leading though it may be. The reader must learn to discriminate. Published every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO i Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- flce as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner I^amar. 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.. payable to _ • MILTON PARK, MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. We take'pleasure in correcting any and a...

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