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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 26 April 1906

p TOPEKA UNITED WITH ▼ M 0 I Southern Merciiry Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May f, 1905. Vol. XXVI. N >. 18 Dallast Texas, Thursday, April 2tt, 1906 THE 8HAWNEE CONVENTION. XJ r/ Indian Territory Delegate* Forninst Separation from Indiahoma Union. Pursuant to call of Pres. S. O. Daws, & representative body of perhaps sev- enty-five delegates from various parts cf Indian Territory assembled at Shaw- nee, Okla., in reference to the question of separation from Oklahoma. The house was called to order by Vice President J. P. Connors at 1:30 p. m., after 17th, and the meeting opened In due form. Prayer by Bro. Caves. Committee on credentials reported the following entitled to seats as dele- gates: A. S. Baker, Jno. Folsom, W. H. Lew- ter, Stoner Williams, O. W. Taylor. W. ' J. Jeffers, W. C. Harborer, R. L. Kidd, Geo. Robtnett, A. L. Hanson, O. H. Matthews, L. Johnson, J. M. Cox, J. R. ' Allen, A...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 26 April 1906

* '*:.*** ■ •**/***•- buuthehn mebcurt and pabmers union password. REVIEW OF CATASTROPHE % Trip is Made Around the Devast- ated District. Sacramento, April 20.—C. H. Leach, Who has made a complete circuit of the earthquake devastated districts around the- bay, including Sail Jose, Nlles and Alameda, arrived In Sacramcnto early- to-day and grave the Hollowing review of the catastrophe as he viewed It from the automobile In which the tour was made: "After as thorough an Investigation of the ruins of San Francisco us could be made by him, Prof. Durand, an em- inent engineer of Stanford, returned to the university yesterday. He said that the shock was much greater in Palo Alto and vicinity than In the devas- tated city. "A11 telegraphic communication with the nearby cities is cut off. Prof. Du- rand and Prof. Green, accompanied by myself, started for Sacramento in an automobile carrying over 400 tele- grams to be sent to friends and rela- tives in the East and abroad. "The roads skirlin...

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 — 26 April 1906

WBTHEKfT MERCtTRT AKP TABMBBB TTNION PASSWOHBI 1. The Outlook is Bright For the Texas Farmers Implement Dealers Report Favcreble Conditions In West Texas. ft V ' Interviews with local implement men i and their traveling representatives. in- dicate that the outlook for a prosper- ous year, so far as crops are concern- ed, In Texas was never better. Ideal conditions, In every respect, obtain over the entire state, and tillers of the boil in the Lone Star state were never more prosperous and hopeful, so say the. men who sell him the tools and machinery, his principal levers to pros- perity. A Times Herald reporter visited the Implement district the other afternoon. Interviewed the managers of some of iVhe big houses, and their traveling •representatives and from them obtain- ed reports of the conditions agricultur- ally, obtaining In their respective busi- ness territories. All were unanimous in their optimistic views concerning the crop prospects, and a consequent large business for t...

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 — 26 April 1906

SOUTHERN 1EEBCUBY AND FABMIB8 UlflON PASSWOMX FARMERS UNl6N~PABSWORD. " I Wttkbr. / ONC DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLI8HEO EVERY THURSDAY. ■ Altered at the Dallas, Texas. postof- *o aa mall matter of the sscond elaaa. .. Main Office: 211-218 Commerce «. (earner Lamar. O^ston Building). Dal* Tntaa 1 1_ :p J J'f jU m i Chang* of Address—Subscribers questing a chance of address must aire the OLD as well aa tbe<JHBW add Advertising rates furnished upon SP- < plication. Address all commUhlfcations. and make all, drafts. money ordera. etc.. aWSfLTON PARK, MANAGER. PALLAS TEXAS. We take pleaaura in correcting any and all errera 1 den't fail to give full particular*, date*, amount*, etc., when making a complaint. Write namea plainly. This will reduo* miatakea to the minimum. Our agents are re- quested to ssk their Poatmaater to in- form ua of any copy not taken out. Secretaries will pleaae write ua for apeeial term* to agenta. 8PECIAL OFFER. The importance to the Union of get- ting every mem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 26 April 1906

T S3=S5S=S ■r.-v: iOUTHMar ■KBUURTTkND F. mnnr FAMwottn v LA OLD BOYS ARETHERE Hew Orleans Filling Up With Those Who Wore tjie Gray* New Orleans, April 24—Present indi- cations are the Confederate reunion (Which opens to-iqprrow will surpass in point of attendance any similar event held in recent years. Last night and this morning In addition to the passen- gers arriving on regular passenger grains, all of which were provided with extra equipment, twenty-nine special trains arrived and this number will be exceeded within the next twenty-four hours. General Stephen D. Lee, commander- in-chief of the United Confederate {Veterans, arrived late last night and attended a dinner at which he and "Corporal Tanner, grand commander of the Grand Army of the Republi6, were Joint guests of "honor. To-day General Lee held ^raeption in the parlors of the St. Charles hotel for members of his staff which was large- ly attended. He said to-day there were no features of special importance to come up a...

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 — 26 April 1906

bimIHH V' $m- - ■ BQUTfiKKN' MERCTTBT XtfD farmers UNION" pab8w0bu. REFUGEES TELL THE SAD STORY Reach Chicago From the Scene of Destruction. W. Chicago, April 21.—The first refugees from San Francisco to reach Chicago arrived In the city this evening. There jwere eight who came from the scene of destruction. Seventy-five advance res- ervations had been made for passage on the Overland Limited. Sixty-eight failed to get across the bay to the place (Where the fast northwestern train was ready to start Wednesday morning. (Vivid tales of the sights in San Fran- cisco Wednesday morning were told by jthe passengers. The only Chicago men on the train iwere J. E. Spurlock, the Pullman por- ter, and John A. Floyd, Pullman con- ductor. Others on the train were: Horatla N. Hovey, Mrs. Hovey and three chil- dren of Detroit; Mrs. Wm. Winder, 'Brie, Pa.; Robert H. Cross, Boston, and one other man. ♦ ♦ JTells the 8tory. When it become known that he was a witness of the terrible disaster, Mr. ■Hove...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 26 April 1906

r. \ I ■? f\> THE NAVIGATION OF THE AIR AS A FASHIONABLE CRAZE k N recent years the American public has been Interested In the navigation of the air only on account of its possibilities. Its prom- ise of more or less certain development Into something useful has been ex- ceedingly attractive, and the experi- ments of those who have devoted all their energies to the solution of the problem have had wide exploitation In the press and have been followed lagerly by readers of all classes. For leveral years a speedy revelation of the secret has seemed Imminent, and tach succeeding experimenter has been iccorded a respectful hearing. Of quite another character have been the aerial explorations >of Count Henri Se la Vaulx, who for years has been 1. missionary of aerostatics to French lociety and has made frequent visits to America with the same benevolent Intent. The count has never posed as 1 utilitarian. He has always avowed with charming frankness that he has no taste for the care...

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 — 26 April 1906

m?* : Wm BOT7THE1W HEICUST 'AND VARMER8 UKIOY PAS8W0BA ■a m (From Sunt, ay's Times Herald.) OLaONEL TOM CAMPBELL. let loose ten or twelve columns of ".oratory and figures at Athens today,", remarked Old Politician, "and -win be on the go until the state con- vention shall pick the winner In Au- ■ gust. Colquitt, Brooks and Bell are loaded and wiil turn loose their cam- paign music Irt Hay. Monta Moore unloaded early, and Hon. James B. Wells 'sklddooed.' The boys tell me that Mayor Bryan Callaghan of San Antonio notified Judge Wells that there was nothing doing In Bexar. The boss of the Rio Grande, when Bryan had the fight of his life, hastened to San Antonio and directed the faithful to vote for the Democratic nominee for Mayor. Bryan wasn't the nominee of the Democratic party. He was the people's nominee, however, and he made a clean sweep on election day. Judge Wells is backing General Bell and the San Antonio Express is back- ing Bell. This will do for Bryan Cal- laghan, accordin...

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

w UNITED WITH Kaswwa • f ma "3ft . C. ; P i' I4^v Southern Mercury Established 1880. :—= ' T ^" - Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmera Union Password Consolidated May lt 1905. Vol. XXYI. No. 19 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, May 3, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum =5 nooDooooooooooooooooooooonaoaaaaaooo I Sanger Bros, § | Sweet Girl Graduates o « For Sweet Girl Graduates we have received the Finest As- g 0 sortraent of SHEER WHITE FABRICS ever exhibited in O tt the South. These are for immediate consideration: ? n D g Imported Airline Cloth, very sheer aud fine, 45 in. o B wide, the 75c grade 60C 0 J* Best quality white Airline, 45 in. wide, the $1.50 0 ° and $1.75 grades, special $1.20 f JO* q Imported French Lawn, sheer and fine, 28 inches 0 fi wide, the 50c grade, special Monday 39C ^ 0 White French Lawn aud hand woven Batiste, 48 o B in. wide, 60c and (55c grades, Monday 45c ° w 0 Imported Paris Mousseline, very sheer material for q q summer wear— O q ® 48 in. wid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 May 1906

CALVIN IN GRIMES COUNTY BOTTTHnW MEBCTOT A1TO tARMP18 WIOI FMSWOkfc. Grimes County Union met In regular April IS, 190C, with Spring Hill Local, and was opened for business by County President A. J. Horton. At Bro. Horton's request. Bro. W. J. Long placed In the chair, Bro. Horton not helng well. Owing to the busy sea- son. only about twenty-five delegates were present, besides a. number of vis- itors. Among the prominent visitors was State President B. A. Calvin, who made an interesting and Instructive address to the membership on the ISth, and on the 14th a public address to an attentive audience. There were also wideawake Union men from Madison County In attend- ance. The committees from the different Locals reported the Amount subscribed for the purpose of building two ware- houses in the county, one at Bedlas and one at Iola. There was a nice subscription reported for each place, and I think the buildings wilt soon be under construction. President Calvin promised to be with us a...

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

THE PEOPLE RULE > &■* Hoq O. B. Colquitt's Declarations For Blanket Primary. Cleburne, Tex., April 28.—Hon. O..B. Colquitt, in his address yesterday, made a bold'declaration tor the blan- ket primary. He said in part: This Is a country where the govern- ment is supposed to rest upon the pop- ular will. It was but a short time after the institution of our government until differences of opinion as to the mean- ing of the country's fundamental law developed into political organization. It was said at the time that the found- er of the Democratic party was radi- cal In his views. He opposed the op- pressive doctrines of a centralized government and advocated the rights of the states as parts of the Union, and further planted himself on the broad doctrine of human nature that the freedom and individual rights of the citizen was even greater than the rights of the states—that not only the government of the states, but of the , Union, should recognize the Individual citizen as the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 May 1906

fe' % United with FARMER8 UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THUR8DAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. i, 27 Gaston Building, 213-216 Commerce Main Office, St. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mail mat- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES,—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken in case they fall to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance-will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWAL8—the date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus^ Jan—07 means that payment has been received' to January, 1907, including the last issue of December, 1906. Two weeks are required after money has been received before the date on wrapper can be changed....

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

fizfe v-Sp ■OUTHKBN MSBOUBT AND PABMBRS UNION PASSWORlft i fc to find the Indian nature the same as white, and finding themselves mistaken In this surmise, decided he was a child Of Satan and set about righteously ex- terminating them as fast as possible. The government officials who have charge of Indian affairs seem to have been guiltless of any knowledge of the law of evolution also, and have pro- ceeded along the line of tin-plating the Indian with our civilisation. If the In- dian failed to survive the method, why the worse for the Indian, that was all. When the white settlers desired land occupied by the Indians they simply drove them off by force of arms, in which they had the assistance of the United States government. If warfare grew tedious the white men smoked the pipe of peace with his red brothers and made treaties which gave the white men the land and the Indian the treaty and an invitation to "move on." When the Indians had "moved on" and the white man had moved after...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 May 1906

fOtiTHSBV MERCURY AND FARMBBS UNIOW PAB8W0RH Four Great Crops Of Northern Texas An Artiol* by Herbert Vanderhoff, Reprinted from Indianapelia New*. Usually when one epeaka of any of the principal states of the union it is to link Its name with aome product for which It is especially noted. For in- stance, Illinois and Iowa are both great corn states, the Dakota* excel in wheat, Wisconsin is the dairy state while var- ious other states have their especial products in which they excel. Tou can't speak of Texas In any such general manner. Because Texas raises such a variety of products, and each in such enormous quantities, that the figures of her crops are simply as- tounding. Take the cotton crop, as an illustra- tion. Many people have the Idea that cotton is the great staple of the state. Not at all Texas is Indeed the great- est producer of the staple lit the union, but that is only one feature of Its agri- cultural activity. The cotton crop will run over 8,000,000 bales a year, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 May 1906

m c m Wr 1 r i Friend People, W-JZ'it, JLEXRI MAXIMEVITCH PESHKOFP. known all over the civilized globe by his pen name of Gorky, ii now la America in search of health. His determi- nation to go abroad is probably the only thing in recent years emanating from Maxim Gorky that the Russian govern- ment has permitted to go unchallenged. Bis passport was Issued with an alac- rity which is rare in the St. Peters- burg official bureau. The Muscovite authorities shed no tears over the de- parture of Maxim Gorky. They would have rejoiced greatly if the parting could have been made final. And, as our Gallic friends so aptly put it, "ttrfljr have reason." The man who, wasted in body and the victim of an almost hopeless malady, now seeks the free atmosphere of republican America has doubtless caused the czar and his advisers many sleepless nights. He has been a thorn that rankled, a tireless breeder of unrest, a potent dis- turber of the comfort of those who He on the traditional bed of roses. ...

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

THE FARMERS' MARKET HOUSES Ep \ 1 ' The following timely comment ap- pearB in a Shawnee paper and evident- ly «u found floating: ; The intention la to put In these clear- ing houses in every town In Oklahoma and Indian Territory where there are as many as 800 formers doing their trading—through which they propose to handle the products of the form. This is being done all through the South. The Farmers' Union is not to an- tagonise any local business—not to tear down, but to build up the interest and Influence of the farmer to handle Ms own products of the form, which no •ne will dispute his legitimate right to do. He feels that prices of form prod- ucts have been minimised unnecessar- ily by gamblers upon the market. Now, If he can get more value out of a bushel of wheat or corn, more for a bale of cotton, he will have more money to pay the merchant (increasing his prosperity) and the banker his <iueB, and at the same time increase the fi- nancial strength of the country. There- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

6s£ Iflfc? t ! St &?■ A . Jiff. . -V' r'- . - ■■ J 'T •: ■;.. □ft Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lf 1909. Vol. XXVI. No. 20 Dallas* Texas. Thursday, May 10, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum R. L. Barnett of Wood County, Texas, )b organising In Kentucky. Fannin County Union Is preparing to greet a warehouse at Bonham. 1 President Calvin is billed for a pub- lic address at Elgin, May 19, and a big ^crowd Is expected. ' The Brownwood District Union held tts regular monthly session last Satur- day. No particulars. i Bro. Jasper Boyett of Tannehlll, La., ■Is filling a list of appointments in Red ;Rlver Parish with gratifying results. I J. J. Brown. Lee county business ;agent, states that they have saved over 1500 through the State business agency. I Gorman District Union meets at In- jdlan Mound, in Comanche County, Tex., on May 12. Secretary Chapman will at- Jtend. ' The site has been purch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

WBCDBT AND FABSISB8 VWIOW PASSWOHL FOR ONCE THE MEMBERS DISCUSSED THE MATTER UNDER CONSIDERATION. Washington. May 5.—Voices were raised in the house to-day for both peace and war. One of the striking features of the day's session was that those who spoke confined their re marks to the subject matter before the bouse, the naval appropriation bill. Representative Meeks of Massachu- setts, made a response which created much amusement. ■aid, "who is going to stop In congress on his way to the presidency. Is to tell us that we need a billion dollar navy." The naval establishment of the Unit- ed States, he declared, must bo kept at all times the equal of the European powers in order to insure tranquility. Mr. Johnson, of South Carolina, la- mented the fact that so much money lias been spent on the navy. "A gentleman from Alabama," he Foreign powers, he said, will not be- Heve that we are peace-loving If we keep on arming. Mr. Bartholdt. of Missouri, who Is Identified with the Internationa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

SOTTTHEBN MEHCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORH d j % ■> * GARFIELD'S REPORT IS TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS IN A SPECIAL MESSAGE. i Waihington, May 4.—President Room* Velt today transmitted to congress the Report of James R. Garfield, commia* Jlioner of corporations, giving the re- ■ults of his investigation of the sub- ject of transportation and freight rates in conjunction with the oil industry. |l In his meeeage the president ax- presses the view that the report is of capital importance because of the ef- fort now being made to secure such enlargement of the powers of the in* teretate commerce commission as will confer upon the commiesion power in aome measure adequate to meet the clearly demonstrated needs of the sit- uation. That the Standard Oil com- pany has benefitted enormously almost up to the present moment by secret rates, many of which were clearly un- lawful, tha president aaya the report clearly shows, the benefit thereby se- cured amounting to at least three quar- ters o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCU1IY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD United with FARMERS UNION PA88WORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLI8HED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. llaln Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- tor of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken in case they fail to remit before expiration. It is therefore assumed that continuance Is desired unless subsc ribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan—07 means that payment has been received to January, 1907. including the last Issue of December, 1906. Two weeks are required after money has been received befor...

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