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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 25 January 1906

SOUTHERN MEFCURY AND FARMBRB UNION PASSWORD. THE LIMESTONE COUNTY UNION V •) / r* % Limestone Couny Union met'in reg- ular session with Davis Prairie Local union on Friday night, Jan. 12, and Saturday. It was well attended, con- sidering the unfavorable threatening weather. This meeting will be long re- membered as one of education, ojithu- alasm and business. State Pres. E. A. Calvin was .given the "right of way" at the open meeting Friday night. President Calvin's talk was logical and encouraging. It was convincing and well received. While the various com- mittees were getting their reports ready In the forenoon Saturday, Pres- ident Calvin made a talk to the Union, giving present conditions, plans for the future, etc. His talk was straight forward and business-like. It showed the order growing rapidly and in good condition financially. The Union was so well pleased with the president's in- struction, that by a unanimous vote (after he had left), the county presi- dent was request...

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 — 25 January 1906

-Jb- 80UTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD REPUBLICAN MEMBERS HAVE A MERRY WAR OF WORDS ON FLOOR. •Washington, Jan. 20.—The cry of (raft raised In the house of represen- tatives this afternoon caused the de- feat of an amendment to the urgency deficiency bill, impropriating $10,000 to supply an expected deficiency in the fund used for paying of transportation charges on silver from the Bub-treas- Ury to trade centers. The amendment was proposed by General Kelfer, Republican, of Ohio, and was opposed by Representative Tawney of Minnesota, Smith of Iowa, and Iliil of Connecticut. The annual appropriation to pay the cost to and from trade centers from sub-treasuries amounts to ?120,000 and has been made eipce 1881. Mr. Hill raired the point of or.Jer against it. He lost. He then charged that the appropriation was a species of graft for the express compa- nies. Mr. Smith Joined him In the de- claration that it was no longer neces- sary for the Federal government to continue the ap...

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 — 25 January 1906

V ^ TWO LEADERS IN THE AMERICAN SENATE / EVER since the opening of the Fifty-ninth congress It had been evident that. when any meas- ure of sufficient Importance to require efficient leadership should come ap both parties in the United States •enate would iar.;ro themselves under new leaders. The d'.-cisive moment was expected to arrive with the considera- tion of the railroad rate matter, and the tv.o men slated to lead the respec- tive forccs were Eugene Hale of Maine for the majority and Joseph Weldon Bailey of Texas for the minority. Mr. liaiioy declined the honor, but his In- fluence will be dominant in party coun- cils. It was thirty-six years ago that Eu- gene Hale first appeared in Washington to assist in the organization of the Forty-first congress. With a hiatus of only two years he has been a conspicu- ous nian at the national capital since 1869. He has teen sitting in delibera- tion cu the messages of all of the presi- dents since Orakit, and he began his congressional c...

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 — 25 January 1906

BOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. it PYLE MAKES STATEMENTS Sweeping Allegations as to Legality of Texarkana Fiasco. Bro. O. P. Pyle, who was elected President of the National Union at- tempted to be formed at Texarkana, States his position, as follows: "The National Kxecutlve Commit- tee, elected at Texarkana, met In Dal- las, Tex., January 4th, and remained in session until the 8th. The Acting Na- tional Committee, the so-called Texas Committee, was also in session. The matter of the transfer of the franchise, ®r rather, the acquiescence in the Tex- arkana meeting, by the so-"alled Texas Committee, was fully discussed In Joint fesslon. Before the arrival of the two committees, the so-called Texas ofll- clals had employed legal counsel, and his decision puts matters In a very peculiar condition. From his derision, we learned that there has been no State Union in Texas since August, 1904, at which time the Texts State Union began performing the functions of a National Unio...

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 — 1 February 1906

m P ^UNITED WITH k -cf. ■ m : 4 Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lt 1905. Vol. XXVI. No. 5 Pallas, Texas, Thursday, February 1, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum * ' SANGER BROTHERS Dallas, Texas Spring Wash Goods Are arriving dally. We mention a few of the latest arrivals. Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, 45 inches wide, erenm and white, 30 and 45 inches wide, on sale 30c, 35c and 60d Solid colored Silk Mulls, in all shades, for evening wear, on sale 20c, 25c and 50* Printed Silk Organdies, white grounds, large floral designs, on sale 30* Light weight Fancy Pique, in small patterns, for children's wear, per yard 15* Light weight White Mercerized Waistings, in figures and stripes, all new patterns, on sale 20c, 25c and 35* White French Pique, light weight, all new patterns, on sale at.... 75* Organdie, in solid blue, pink Nile and white, 68-inches wide, on " sale at 35* SAMPLES MAILED FREE ON REQU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

SOUTUEKN MKKL UKY AND FABMEKH UMIOBI FAS8W0HDI Um. flilKi Combination Top Buggy with Bike ££v&Fi£^r. S3 Years Selling Direct Our Teblole* *nd )iarne«a ba « been noil direct from our factory to liner <or third o* • century. We «bi p for ci*mljMtlon ad *£ proval Mid euaraniee itfe delivery. Toil tra onl Dotblng II o<>( Mtiiitxl as to style. Quality and price. We irt the lersest nmnh* fMturersIlathe world coiling to Die con- KSS^cIStiwIr. We make SW jtytoi i •£ Vehicle*. M atrial of Saraeaa. Bead for larg. free o t«lo«. ItUHRI IFI, CO., [Milt. M. _Me. Ito. EiteulonToplarrey. Prioecomplete, (TO M, As (food as nils for K6.00 more. FACTS CONCEALED Head of Cotton Association Declaris That Government is Hiding Matters. Atlanta, Jan. 30.—President Harvle Jordan of tlio Southern Cotton associa- tion, to-day gave out a statement In which he takes severely to task the census bureau at Washington l'or al- leged short-comings. He says the ac- tion of Director North of tho census bure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. SMITH COUNTY IS WOP&ED UP Over Attempted Outrage by a Negro. Tyler, Tex., Jan. 27.—A report of at- tempted criminal assault by a negro upon Miss Mary Leath, of a well known white family residing five miles north of town, threw the community into a frenzy of excitement today. Sheriff Lyon this afternoon, and a. posse of fifty, with bloodhounds, visited the scene and followed tracks to Holly, three miles distant, where a negro giv- ing his name as Will Brown was ar- rested and brought to Tyler at 8 o'clock tonight and Jailed. He was found in bed early, had his ■hoes on, and was last seen in the Leath yard, and evidence otherwise .pointed to his guilt. Miss Leath is still hysterical and the negro will not bo taken before her for Identification until tomorrow. Miss Leath was at home alone and when going to the rear of the house encount- ered a negro coming out of a rear door across the hall. The negro grabbed her dress, but she jerked loo...

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

SOUTHERN MEKLUHT 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- llce as mull matter of the second class, Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St (corner Lamar. Gaatou 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 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 copy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for special terms to agents. Doubtless the Mlneola printer ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. 4- t > TEXAS MEN VERY BUSY ■Washington, Jan. 27.—There are so many members in the house that even the great latitude for debate allowed in the discussion of the reference of the president's message and of the Phil- ippine tariff bill did not suffice to give some of the Texas congressmen who desired to get into the Record an opportunity to speak. A few of them, however, did get recognition. Con- gressman Henry spoke on hazing, Con- gressman Shepard delivered an eulogy on motherhood and Congressman Gil- lespie launched a speech on the rate question, insurance regulation, national banks and the general subservance of Republican administrations to the wishes of corporate wealth. Congress- man Burletson figured prominently in the fight that killed Lovering's cotton resolution. Congressmen Burgess, Slayden and Randell confined their remarks to the Philippine tariff. Burgess' speech pro- duced the greatest comment by reason of the fact that h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. fruit men in conference Meeting of State Horticultural Society. Palestine. Tex., Jan. 26.—'Die Stall) Horticultural society was called to or- der in the city ball here Thursday gen. wheeler is no more Passed Away Yesterday Evening at 5:35 O'Cfock. New York, Jan. 2G.—Gen. Joseph Chicago, Jnn. 26. "Just a plain, hard Wheeler, (he famous Confederate cav- luck story, with no excuses to offer," airy leader and a brigadier general In ' was the way Win. Garland, twenty-four morning at 9:30 by President Edward lulled States army since the war (years old, summed up his own story no excuses forjiis act Just a Plain Hard Luck Story, That's All. totals show that liberalists have unprecedented lead. W. Knox of San Antonio. Secretary j wltli Spain, died at r>::i5 yesterday at'- 6am H. Dixon of Houston, has charge : ternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. of the minutes. j sterling Smith, In Brooklyn. President Knox stated thai this was The veteran o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

IB | HE courtship, engage- ment and approaching marriage of Alice Roosevelt and Con- gressman Nicholas Longworth have been more widely discussed than any other social matter of the present generation. Un- like the traditional marriages of king's daughters, upon whose matrimonial settlement depends so frequently the weal or woe of nations, this mating of the child of a republican ruler to a man of her own people Is free from political significance and Is of actual moment only to the families Imme- diately concerned. Yet the world, the busy world that Is not too engrossed to take cognizance of the merest trifle If It feel inclined, has not decreed that this daughter of the American execu- tive shall change her name as "com- mon mortals do." All the rulers of the civilized world will send wedding gifts, and multitudes of those who cannot lay claim to that distinction will be equal- ly generous. No other American young woman during the republic's century and a quarter of national life' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 1 February 1906

SOUTHERN MEHCUHT AND FAHHEBB tTWIOXf PASSWOBDl COLORED FARMERS PROGRESSIVE UNION A. J. Carothers, Houston, Tex., Gen- ' eral Superintendent. i \ , i I desire to submit for publication a few Items from the Colored Unions, as these are organized to work in bar- GOV. MAGOON OFPANAMA Arrives in New York City Eoroute to Washington* New York, Jan 2.9.—Gov. Charles F. Magoon, of the Panama canal zone, mony and co-operation with the white who arrived here from Colon yesterday Farmers' Union, and hence, should be j on his way to Washington, met T. P. Of interest not only to the colored , Shonts, chairman of the canal commls- Unions but to the F. E. and C. U.. j «•<" . at the Walworf-Astoria last night, .hi.: and I ., « «h„. your will heartily agree that you should accord a little space to this organla- tion, which Is so anxious to co-operate with the white Union. In fact I should be glad if our friends of the F. E. and C. U. would say tin y want such Items la the Mercury. We must all work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

I I'O > n & UNITED /*>„*► < WITH r D m | «fOV ijK, ' s ■ Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established I003. \ Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1, fOOB. Vol. XXVI. No. 6 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, February 8, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum IIIOT nilTV The Swellest Cotton and JUU I UU I i Corn p,anter and Middle THE CANTON NO. 13 Breaker Ever Invented If you will examine it you will have no other Please notice the lever on top of front heavy-standa rd. It regulates the front standard without removing nuts and bolts. It's Mighty Handy Notice the rudder behind the middle- breaker. With this it will break out any Cotton row in existence without shooting oft sideways. "ASK THE FARMER." It does not cost but a trifle extra. Subsoiler can be furnished which is desirable in some sections. The OLD RELIABLE CANTON COT- TON PEED is used which must be good as it is copied this year by a number of our largest competitors. The Canton has more de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. BENEFITS OF ORGANIZATION I read the reports of the T7nIon In The Mercury-Password with great pleasure. The cotton farmers have won a great victory by organizing, and de- manding a fair price for their cotton. The tobacco farmers have also defeat- ed the tobacco trust and their allies, the local speculators. There are several divisions of the tobacco organization, all not working together, but aiming at. the same, and have succeeded in forcing the foreign buyers and the manufacturing and snuff trust to come to the prices set by the different to- bacco organizations. The prices are from 3 cents on low grades to 5 cents and 8 cents on the other grades above | show the old trust-set prices. Tho farmers who will not join the organization are called "hill-billies," and are selfish and short-sighted. They receive better prices on account of tho organization, yet aell out to the trust and feed the market, proving thereby nn enemy to his friends, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

X v.. >' Y>*J ■Jb SOUTHERN MEBCUmr AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD heads of the four executive depart- ments, has just been published by the war department. It says In most of the provinces of Luzon practically the last vestige of armed resistance to constituted author- OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATION Cattlemen at Denver Choose Offic- ials For Coming Year« Denver, Feb. 2.—The American Na- tional Livestock association, the Strongest in the world, adjourned yes- terday after pledging President Roose- velt, Secretary Wilson and Forester Plnchot its support in the further per- fection of ihe forest reserve policy and administration and appointing a com- mittee of five to investigate extortion- ate and exorbitant rate charges by cer- tain livestock markets in Iowa, Ohio and other states; to make inquiry into the general purchase and sale of feed- ers all over the country, and to inves- ticate the delay of cattle trains. Strong resolutions were also pass- ed indorsing the Hepburn railroad rate b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCUlfT AND FAHHKKS UNION fASSWOlW i United wltli the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flee as ir.Jiil 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 Rive tlie 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 ■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 copy not taken out. Secretaries will please write us for special terms to agents. What about a warehouse In your s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

X BOUTHBBN MEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ''OLD POLITICIAN AGAIN AT THE BAT DISTINGUISpED young friend, Congressman Bob Henry Jumped the fence yes- terday," remarked Old Polltclan last night. "He Is calling loudly for Wll- Uam Jennings Bryan to come home ai>d lead the Democrats to victory in 1908. I knew It was coming, but had 110 intimation that Bob Henry would be the first to make the break. Bob Is serving his fifth term and Is willing to serve five more terms. He has al- ways been regarded ns Senator Bailey's closest friend and most loyal lieuten- ant. In 1904 Bob landed In the Parker band wagon. Now he Is ready to jump on tho Bryan auto. Unless all signs fall Texas Democrats will instruct for Bryan In 1908. The man from Nebraska was hammered Rood and hard by John Sharpe Williams and his crowd in 1904, but thc-re is a day of reckoning coming so the old guard fighters tell me. The Southern leaders of the Democratic party backed by the congressional trust machine, turned th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 February 1906

BOUTHEHN MERCURY ANT) FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HOUSE TALKS ON RATE LEGISLATION ' Washington, Feb. 8.—With never inore than two score members on the floor at any one time, the house today devoted Its six hours' session to a fur- ther discussion on the Hepburn rail- road rate bill. Those who spoke were all friendly to the measure, but several desired more stringent laws than the present bill provides. It is the inten- tion of those in charge of the bill lo limit the closing debate on Tuesday, and have it taken up in sections for 'discussion under the five-minute rule. It is not believed that the measure can be completed before Thursday at the ea rliest were posing for their pictures, which were being taken by a friend on shore, when the Ice suddenly cracked all around them. Fnintle efforts were made by f-'ntber Gilbert and others to save the boys, hut without avail, and the hemic priest himself went down in an attempt. Those who spoke were Clayton of Alabama, Henry of Texas, Floyd of A...

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 — 8 February 1906

SOME OF THE LAUGH PRODUCERS OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS X HE American congress has never been with- out its wits and Jok- ers of varying degree, and the number of those in the present senate and house of representatives who have either achieved that distinction or have had it thrust upon them Is quite as large as usual. Were it not for a somewhat generous proportion in the national legislature of those who not only see the lighter side of life, but are inclined to contribute to its further lightness, the business of legislating would be far less attractive tharv it actually is. All deliberative as- semblies, however reverend and digni- fied, have numDered humorists among their members and have developed them. The American congress has been no exception; on the contrary, Its rec ord for funmaking Is a scintillating one. The rules of neither house interfere with the ebullition of wit which Is sel- dom wanting. There is every grade of it—from the incisive intellectual shaft of the col- le...

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

SOUTHERN MEBCUHY AND FABHEBS UNION PASSWORD. FIGURES ON COTTON Congress Wanted the Facts in Order to Avoid An Unauthorized Leak* 1 Washington, Feb. 6.—With the gra- cious permission of congress, Census Director North was permitted to turn loose his white elephant, in the shape of an unauthorized cotton estimate. {This action on the part of congress was wl great relief to Director North as It removed the possibility of another ■candal in the matter of cotton leaks. He gathered the data as to the amount ef cotton remaining to be ginned after ffanuary 16 in order to determine which Counties had completed their ginning. Bo as not to spend money uselessly in gathering the data for the final March report. Unfortunately for the peace of mind of Director North he had the en- tire data tnhulated instead of simply collating a list of counties or gins Which had finished ginning. Owing to the wide divergence between bulls and J>ears in their estimates of the amount of cotton still to be ginn...

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