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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

• • '(■ ..... jtetf.- ITOPEKA, I UNITED WITH I Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May f, 1905. I *. • figS* i'h. Vol. XXVI. No. 12 Dallas, Texas. Thursday, March 22, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Texas organizers, send your reports to D. J. Nelll, at Dallas. Organizer C. E. Roberts has been do- ing good service in Travis county of late. Pres. E. A. Calvin will attend the county unions at Abilene, Avoca and Eastland this week. State President Calvin attended the Hunt County Union at Commerce last, aryfe addressed the public on Friday nlfc *. Nevada County Union (Ark.), met with Forest Hill Union on the 2nd, with nine locals represented. State Lecturer Biggs made a speech, as did Bros. Reece and Jones, of Hempstead County, besides local talent. G. W. Fant of Cass county, who did excellent service as an organizer In Mississippi and Texas, has just gone to Virginia to take charge of the work in that...

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 — 22 March 1906

C ' .V. •OUTHEBN MEBCUBY AND 7ABMEH8 UNION PASSWOBflL [ TAFT TALKS ON MATTERS Secretary of War Speaks Freely on Pending Questions. PLEA FOR FILIPINOS Failure to Pass Tariff Measure is Disappointment—Other Ques- tions Discussed. New York, March 15.—Henry W. Taft gave a dinner last night to his brothers. Secretary of War Taft, for- mer Congressman Charles F. Taft of Cincinnati, and Horace D. Taft of Wa- tortown, Conn. .Seen before the dinner,, the secretary said: "The matter concerning which I conferred with Mr. Milburn was the bid of Speyer & Co. on the proposal for the building of about 450 miles of rail- road in the Island of Luzon, with Ma- nila as the principal center of the sys- tem. "The bids for building the linos pro- jected for the Islands of Negros, Cebu and Panay have been accepted and the contracts awarded, but only one bid was tendered for the construction of the Luzon lines. "Upon re-advertisement of the pro- posal there was ngaln only one tender —that of Speyer &am...

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 — 22 March 1906

SOUTHERN MKRCTJBY AND FARMERS UNION PAS8WORH ts r r * "Vj COL HUGHES SPEAKS - TO CATTLE RAISERS Whoever Owns the Transportation of a Country, Owns the Country the Speaker Says—Progress Made by Germany in Railroad Development. be avoided, and here, too, we have the experience of the old world. ♦ ♦ ■ Germany's Experience. Germany found the raUroafl eompa- nlea -unjust, unreasonable anil exor- bitant in their charges. As stated by Mr. Runnel, years atto Germany found that the railroads were able to con- trol legislation, nullify laws and oper- ate illimitable schemes of public plund- er. These facts, says Mr. Russel, made a strong Impression upon the German mind. He also says that the railroad developments in the United Slates had their part in converting public senti- ment in Germany to the state owner- ship Idea. This was in the time of Tom Scott, Th«. following address on "National legislation Affecting the Live Stock Industry" was delivered by Col. W. K. Hughes of Denver, Colo., to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

, T - ■OUTHESH MEHCUBT AND FABMBR8 UNION PABSWORSk United with the farmers union password. Weekly. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by tbe FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas. Texas, joatof- flee an inull matter of the second cia® . Alain Office: 213-215 Commerce St. fcorner Lamar, Gaston Building). Dal- lu. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a chance of address must givo 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 eorreeting any and ail errors—don't Jail to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will rsducs mistakes to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to aek their Postmastsr to in- form us of any oopy not taken out. Secretaries will plsase write ue for apecial terms to agents. Clubs of five to ten an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

Pfc SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. MONTGOMERY HAS RESIGNED General Organizer ol the Farmers Union Rakes Anovncement* (From Sunday's Times Herald.) Jefferson Davis Montgomery, who has been general organizer of the Farmers' Union since that organization sprang into existence. Is about to re- tire to private life. Not that ho loves the principles of the Union less, but that he wants to go home to Palo Pinto county and assist his bovs In planting the "trop" for the new year. Not exact- ly at present will Montgomery go liome—by 110 means. He is still the legislative representative of the Union and will be until he dies, resigns or the Union "goes busted," for Jeff has left Ills impress on the laws of Texas. When the Twenty-ninth legislature was wavering on the proposed tax measures, it was this quiet farmer man from Palo Pinto county who went to Austin and by his counsel assisted .. In passing the Kennedy gross receipts bill, the Williams intangible tax bill and the other t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

r TEXAS CATTLEMEN FLOCK TO DALLAS *he thirteenth annual meeting of the Texas Cattle Raiser's' association con- vened in tills city Monday morning. JUDGE ALDREDGE'8 8PEECH. The following was the address of Welcome delivered by Judge George N. Aidredge to the cattlemen on behalf of the cltlsens of Dallas: "It has been fifteen years since Dal- las has had the honor of entertaining the Cattle Raisers' association of Tex- as. At that time the heater In the convention hall got out «rf fix, went on a strike, and a coolness sprung up ^hlch has lasted all these years. Dal- las was young then, she w'as just en- tering her "teens." And you know a young girl does not know how to en- tertain company. She is usually cold, coy and indifferent. But after she has been in society a while and wisdom has brought appreciation and tact, then she begins to scatter smiles and sunshine^ and puts on the winning ways that make her so irresistible, positively kill- ing to our sex. Well; Dallas has reach- ed th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

"""Jr'' of the World's Great Sources of Blectrical n V f i M [O harness the water- falls, transmute their power to electric ener- gy and transport this to turn the machinery of man Is now an old story. But the extent to which the work Is being carried and \he wonderful devices it employs are new enough to challenge attention. That this process may destroy the loveliness of some of the earth's most famous falls is possible. Even Niagara has been threatened. Against the power com- panies who are wreaking this havoc has gone up a storm of protest. Thus is being fought over the old battle be- tween the utilitarian and the lover of nature. In the case of Niagara it is probable that some ground of compro- mise may be found between beauty and use, but other celebrated waterfalls, notably the. lovely cascade at Tivoll, Italy, are already ruined. All over the earth hydro electric pow- er houses are being established. Even In the heart of Africa a tumbling cata- ract Is soon to be changed int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 March 1906

flOtTTHEBN KEBCURT AND VABlflfifl UKIOV PA8SWOBBL ^iiiimni mil mm i iiimn in ii in mi 11 ii mm "Destiny of Ireland" By Rev. James M. Hayes i •t. Patrick's Day Sermon Preached in Dallas Saturday. niniiiiiiiiMiiiin in' *'ihimiiii iiiininiin; When Irlah hills were fair and green, And Irish hills were white with daisies, And harvests, golden and serene, Slept In the lazy summer hazes; When bards went singing through the land Their grand old songs of knightly story, And hearts were found In every hand, And all was peace und love and glory, 'Twas In those happy, happy days When every peasant lived in clover, And In the pleasant woodland ways One never met the begging rover: When all was honest, large and true, And naught was hollow or theatric; 'Twas In those days of golden hue That Erin knew the great Saint Patrick. * , —Fltz James O'Brien. ■♦ ♦ ♦ The following sermon on "The Des- tiny of Ireland" was delivered by Rev. James M. Hayes, rector of the Sacred Heart Cathedral at the St. Patri...

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 — 29 March 1906

topeka *£ -V B mi & Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury Established I88O Southern Mercury and Farflhars Union Password Consolidated May I. 1005. Vol. XXVI. No. 13 Dallas Texas, Thursday. March 29, 1906 The Fnrmers Union are to erect a warehouse at Abilene South Since Ita Organization?" A large attendance and an interesting meeting la expected. SANGER BROTHERS This week we publish the full pro- ceedings of the State Union lr: K-V Boys' and Children's Clothing THE LATEST IDEAS FOR SPRING Nowhere else can you find sttch a 'arge and handsome assortment of all the very latest ideas in new Spring Wearables for both boys and children. Every new style, every late idea, finds representa- tion here. Suits in all the correct styles from the most artistic bui'd- ers of Juvenile C othing to k: found in this country. Art, fashion and du-abilityare concentrate! in every garment we show. Boys' sing e and double-breasted Knee Suits, sizes 6 to 17 years. The prices range fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

V fOUTHEBN M8BCUBY AND TABUEZ* UNION PASSWORD DINGS OF TEXAS STATE UNION ' . Dallas, Tex., March 6, 1906. Morning 8sssion.—The convention wan called to order in the auditorium of Dallas Commercial Club by President Calvin at 9:30 a. m. Address of welcome was made by Mayor Barry, who extended the courte- sies of the city: and grave good words of advice to the convention. Greetings from the American Feder- ation of Labor, by General Organizer C. W. Woodman, who among other things Mid: "Aa evidence of th« sincerity of the friendship of the American Federa- tion of Labor, within the last few weeks the Federation of Labor has issued a circular instructing its Three Million Members to always look for the Union Label of the Farmers, and to purchase none but the products of Union Farm- era. when same can be obtained." An eloquent response was made by 8tate Lecturer D. J. Neal. who In con- clusion counclled the delegates to be cOol in their Judgment and to remem- ber that the Union is founde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

wu'iunCr iisuwfr ANB tkBirtM UNION PAMWOBH CORPORATION OWNED PRESS. k i v - It |s Just now the style. of certain. Journals to affect to be weary with Thomas Lawson. The Dallas News, one of them, says: "Mr. Lawson has been pre-eminently successful In keeping before the pub- lic, If anyone ctiuld recollect all he has written and all he has promised, and then endeavored to square his per- formances with his promises, he would probably ascertain that Mr. Lawson has been rich in prophesies and rather poor .in performance. Lately, having kept the air filled with cries for prox- ies, he is represented as being anxious to turn the proxies over to others. He promises to give us a remedy for the 'system,' as he called the combinations, and it is now time to redeem that promise." If . any man has come nearer doing what, he started out "to do than Tom Li&wson, it must be because he started out to do nothing, else history haB not heard of him. Lawson's "Frenzied Finance" has awakened a. clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

%■ SOUTHERN MEBCXTRY AXD FAKMBB8 UNION PASSV/0E2X 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- flce as mull matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Bulld'ng). Dal- las. Texas elude such Farmers' Union papers as the Union Signal and Union News, both of which undoubtedly have bona fide subscription list*? Congressmen and senators have been enlisted in the investigation, and tlie matter has been brought up on the floor of the house, so if the apparent discrimination act- ually existH, it In probable that that fact will be brought out clearly and exposed so that the American people In gen- eral may know It. Tf the department is purposely throwing obstacles In the path of the Farmers' Union, the great- est agricultural organization in this country, or of the Farmers' Union press, let everyone know it. If the depurt- >.....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

-* *" t , '/ SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. T \ it -V Y00THF0L ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MIS- SOURI HAS BEST OF THE STANDARD. lr>; • - • i f'/t: Hcory H. Rogers Forced to Make Admissions That are Damaging the Oil Trust—Attorney General Announces That He Has All He Wants to Know. to New York. Ma/ch 24.—In line with the demand of Mlssouriaus "to be shown," Herbert Hadley, the youthful attorney general of the state, today compelled Henry H. Rogers, chief ex- ecutive of the Standard Oil company, to admit through the trust's lawyers, just what the state of Missouri wanted to know regarding the Standard's con- trol of so-called independent companies. Therefore, Mr. Hadley was to be par- doned when at the conclusion of the hearing before Commissioner Sanborn in this city today, he exclaimed to the assembled newspaper men: "I have got all I came here for. The admis- sions of counsel clear my way for con- templated legal action. I do not need the testimony of John D. Rockefeller o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

• f fTOtrfHEBN 1IEBCTTRY XNT> FARMERS UNION PASSWOHBL i An Industrial School System Is Wanted i Judge V. W. Grubbs in Times.Herald. H 11 M* l I >WWMH*H l HMMfMM IHKIIlf I began the agitation of the ques- 1 Won of educational reform along the lines suggested by the resolution adopted by the State Farmers' Union, In 1897. As a member of the Twenty- alxth legislature, I introduced on the 20th day of January, 1899, a resolu- tion, substantially as follows: "Resolved, That the object and pur- pose of establishing and maintaining public free schools should be 'the prep- aration and qualification of the youth of both sexes for the duties and re- eponsbillties of life, and that any sys- tem of education which falls in the accomplishment of such object and purpose is Inherently defective. "Resolved, That industrial schools Should be established whenever prac- ticable for the education of the youth In the practical industries of life, and that farmers' institutes should be le- galised a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

■OUTMUUi MJUICUBY AND VABMBftB UNION PAB8WOB1I m i_ ) Hcgro Prisoner Attempted to Get Oat of Jail* Corslcana. Tex., llarch ST.—Between 4 and S o'clock this mornng the county Jail on the poo rfarm of Navarro coun- ty was burned by one of the negro prisoners in an attempt to escape, and four negro prisoners lost their'lives, while a fifth receive burns that mako his condition very critical. The dead: JOHN WILLIAMS. BILL RUTHERFORD. CHARLES BLACKBURN. ED BRUNER. i. iriously injured: ARTHUR WILLIAMS. condition critical. The jail was a frame affair and the loss is small to the county. The loss la estimated at $700, with $300 insur- ance. It is charged that John Williams, who was serving time on a robbery Charge, attempted to burn his way out of" prison. When the guards discov- ered the fire It was too late to save the negroes, and four out of the five succumbed. ■ BLALOCIC8 *VIEW8. Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Ex- presses Himself. Austin, Tex., March 27.—Representa- tive Blalock of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 March 1906

S955BH SOUTH EHW MEBCVXT AV FARMERS U2TION PAS8W0X0L TEXAS LEGISLATURE CONVENED IN EXTRA SESSION AT NOON MONDAY* Governor Submits a Message in Which Nothing For Legislation is Mentioned Except Section 120 of the Election Law—No Blanket Primary Provision is Likely* Austin, Tex., March 28.—Both branch- es of the legislature convened at noon today tor the purpose of correcting sec- tion 120 of the Terrell general election law. The roll call developed a quorum present In both branches, and the law- makers proceeded to business at once. The developments today shows that the blanket primary question will not likely be taken up at this session and that the special session will come to an end within five or six days. In the house, three new members were sworn in, being J. Richard Bow- man of Decatur, W. J. Mathls of Oray- eon county, and T. B. Pearson of Fort Bend. Representative Davis of El Paso, the new member from that district, failed to show up on account of sick- As an Indication that...

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

p '■UNITED WITH « * * .'V Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv 1908. Vv" p Vol. XXVI. No. 14 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, April 5, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Mills County Union meets at MullUi, Texas, today. Nacogdoches County Union held a rousing meeting last Thursday. Wilbarger County Union was organ- ized at Vernon last Thursday. Next? Curtis P. Smith was elected mayor _ * Dallas Tuesday by a majority vote. Brownwood District Union meets at 1 p. m. on Saturday next, at Brown- wood. Monroe County Union will meet at Monroe, Ark., (Instead of at Hope,) on April 13th. Rev. W. L. Crawford is president of Fruitland District Union, Bowie coun- ty, Tex., and J. D.. Shearn, secretary. The veteran, Win. Reed of McLennan county, organizes a local every little while and does his work well, both as organizer and lecturer. Send The Mercury-Pasword to your friend down East or out West. He will thus be r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCUBY AVD VABMBBS UNIOV PAS8W0B0L OSCAR B. COL-QUIT. BIOGRAPHICAL 8KRTCM. Oscar Branch Colquitt was born-In the town of Camilla, the county seat of Mitchell county, Georgia, on Decem- ber 16, 1861. He came to Texas with his father and mother, arriving at Daingerfleld, Morris county, on Janu- ary 8, 1878, being at that time 16 years of age. The first three years of his residence in Texas he worked on a rented farm in Morris county. The first year he went to school after crops were laid by. walking- two miles from the country into town. He subsequent- ly-" attended school at the old Dainger- fleld college, and received instruction from Rev. E. M. Sweet, who now re- sides at Georgetown, Texas. During the session he boarded at the home of Hon. John A. Peacock, who was then a member of the legislature and In at- tendance upon its sessions, paying his board b? making fires, chopping wood and caring for tho stock. After leaving school he sought em- ployment in the railroad servi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

Cfsi4s \/ v—. ij'' ' Mi ■ K '"Ti- . '•& ';";• _ I I F SOtTTHEBN MEBCUHT 'AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ! A .Wedding HI IMHHHHH HHHHHII In the Icy Regions ; Dead Hudson Stuck Tails of Novel Experience in Alaska. <1111111111 lltw llllll HWMIMItl 11II MMIMHI11' It Is now twenty-one months—near- ly two years—ago that Dean Hudson Stuck resigned his pastorship of St. Matthew's cathedral. He Is a mission- ary among the Yukon Indians and as such has penetrated the frozen terri- tory to a distance, as yet, reached by but very few men. In the February "Spirit of Missions" he gives a detailed account of his work following excerpts are taken: "We took It (referring to this ter- ritory), we pledged ourselves to it, when we did not know what we were doing;, when the 'interior' meant noth- ing; when but few white men had pen- etrated the interior; before the Klon- dyke stampede and the exploring and developing that has gone only by leaps and bounds ever since. Starting at Anvik and leaving th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 April 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS C310N PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Wwfcty ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Published every Thursday by the FARMERS' UNION PUBLISHING CO Entered at the Dallas. Texas. postof- Sce as mail matter of the aecond class. Main Office: 218-315 Commerce St. {corner Lamar. Qaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers *e- gaesttng a change of address must Rive the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. *yaMft.TON PARK. MANAGER. DALLAS TEXAS. We take pleasure in correcting any •ad all etrors—don't fail te give full particulars, dates, amounts, eto., when making a complaint. Write names pfeioly. Thia will reduce mistakes to Mm minimum. Our agsnts are rs- gueeted te ask their Postmastsr to in- form sis a* any copy not tsken out. Secretaries will pleass write us for epeoial terms to agents. Ifyinir results. He reports the prow- peotH...

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