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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

A Pay As You Go. A WOf«l of fiMid COUIIM-I \\Y neVr (ihouM In that which forewarn* U* To ktcp out of debt; For half of lif#*'# l tir<len* That m*n overthrow*. Who HtartN out ileU*rmiii« «l To pay an h * #« «•*. * TU fo||.v t« IUt«n ' o thoM«* who aHH« rt That a *\wt<in of rnnlit tfood au«! not hurt: For many have ni|uan«l *r **l Their liieoiiU'H a way, Ami heart* have Imhmi \vreeke«1 Ity a pro mine to pay. A man to ) «• houent. Ah merchant or frletnl, III onler to ha ve, Muwt lie willing to Mpeml. In it |nvi\ or affection, Orf/iitli, the> bestow? Iteturu their full valne. A ml pay ax you j<o. Ill' loMCM tile MVVCI't Ul'MM, That life can impart, Who lock** up a treasure i H wealth in Ink heart. To reati a rich harvent <)f pain ami regret. When, too late, lit* ilUcover* 11 • v% yrrnt wan Iiih i|el t. No In** like the l«i*ii tf 1 hat coiiief* l ,v ilclav In the himlinu: of woumU That are Needing today• For where in tiie comfort < >f tea r* t ha t a re hcil <hi t...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

REVERSE THE VALUES. >1 ' | it*.. | rage I fruit 1 new puree |m:st |vne: au •b litest! be- ttion "pen Piest mts Tear lize. I not |ant iti- A \n Put a $16,000 Boy on a $1,000 Farm Instead of a $1,000 Boy on a $16,000 Farm. Does not the increase in land values in this country raise a question of supreme importance with, reference to the opportuni- ties of our coming generation, — the young men who are now growing to manhood and must soon face the problem of provid- ing a home and living for a family? The price of land in all the States where agriculture has be- come a well-established industry, is now so high that a young man coming out of school or college, with his life and all its problems before him, cannot, in any reasonable time; in any occupa- tion which is open to the average man, earn enough under ordinary circumstances, to buy a farm for himself, so that he may own a home. He must be either a wage-worker or a tenant farm- er. Is there not a solution of this problem which c...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

O. r. I'VLK, tidltor mill Proprietor. " 1 PutdlNhed Once a Week at Mlneola, Texan. tkiimh (ik hi'llmi iiii'tkin. One Dollar a year. In advance. Board of Director*: New t (Jri-Nliiiin, I. D. Montiroiuer.v, X. C. Murray. .Inn. T. tinnier, .'no. II. Hector, It. II. lli-ilth. Entered at I'ont Office Mtneola, Texan, an Meciiml-claHH mall matter. Advertl«In« rat en will he furnltilieil on ap- plication. <union laSel> The Home In the hone of the .Nation. When •very family own* a home free from mort- gage, then fmleeil, will we hnve a tiroiiperouM eooutry. To owu a home Id a iluty every man owe* to hlnmelf, IiIh family and hi* country. MINKOLA, TKX.. WEDXKSDAY, .IA.X. 1<>, TO CORHBSPONDBNTS: ('(■•Operator Ih al waym iflnil tn hear from you, 11iit you iniiht not feel HliKhtcd If we are compelled to Htrlke out a part of your com- tii ii ii leu 11 o ii k. We receive ho many that If we were to print them Juxt iih they come In we would have to enlarge the paper Home weekn to accommod...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

in P, ps la )s Id Is Is (Jetting Along Fine. Purifoy, Ark., Jan. 3.—Our little union is getting along fine. We have a membership of 24—all in good standing and almost every one is deeply interested in the union. I noticed where some one wanted to know how to get their members to attend. This is the way we do: My father or some one else, gets up things for discussion and some of the members think they will surely pass it, if they don't get up and out-buck a billy goat, and then you see we have a new speaker. We elect three speakers for each meeting. One of our mem- bers, a young fellow about twenty years old, said, "he couldn't speak;*' but we made him read a piece in the good old Co-Operator at the union, and now he is not afraid to bounce up and tell us anything. Our union people are going to get together and buy a mower and sorghum mill and other things they need. Raise all they need at home and not go into debt so much. I will say to the ladies that read this, if they only try ra...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

DAIRY N0TE5. Warm and cold cream or sweet and slightly tainted cream should never be mixed. A few cows give 400 lbs. of butter fat in a year; a great many give 300 lbs. or more, and yet it is a deplorable fact that the average cow does not pro ducc much over 100 lbs. in a year. Of all the modern improve- ments in dairying, and espec- ially in handling dairy cows, among the most important is named the cement stable floor. Oleo paid Uncle Sam a tax of $()(M),47H during the last fiscal year. The creamery trust hasn't killed its rival yet. It is a source of great economy to cut all hay, straw and fodder fed to cows, even though there be no mixture of meal or bran with it. They will eat up very closely much that would other- wise be left and wasted if fed vithout cutting. Whenever the dairy is large enough to require churning every day a creamer or separator will pay-not only by the saving of labor, but by securing more of the cream than is possible by the old process of hand skimming th...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

' - THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column ilmlk'iitHil lit tlreil liiotlierti lh they Join the lioniHc|pcli at oveulux tl<lt>. THE OI.D-KASII ION EI > WOMAN. No cli'iw, lirlllliiiit tliliiki*r, miu', With inlloKi- ri-conl ami <1«>kn*<>: Hlii' htiN not known tln> |iatliH of (ann>; Tin1 world linn ni'Vi'r licaril her nanii*: She wnlkn In old, untroildi'ii wii.vh— The valleys of tln> yesli'i'iln.VM. Around lii'l'ciiiiiiinii lienrtH are twined, Ax with Home reverent Hiilnt eimlirlneil: And following hei-h, the ciiiiiiimii feet Are led to lilenln true uml sweet, Anil Mud nil purity and u n I In her dlvlnlHt niotherhooil. She keepM her fallli uUHhnilowed mi ill. Uod ruli'M the world lu uood and III: Men lu her creed are brave and true, Ami women pure ih pcnrlN of dew; And life for her In liluh and Krnud, Hy work and ulad endeavor xpauned. Thin xnd old earth'H a lii'luhti'r plaee All fyr the HUUHlilneof her face: Her very wnlle a iiii'hhiiik throwH, And linartH are...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 10 January 1906

>1 i FROM ALABAriA. notick to union men through- out the jurisdiction ok a i.a kama. I have numbers of calls for or- ganizers in new fields. Who will be first to respond to calls? Brethren, this is the time to make new union men. The time was never more ripe for organ- ization than now. I have com- missioned a number of men who have never organized a single union. This, I am sure, must be from sickness, that they are not out at work. I cannot hold ter- ritory but a few days, so if you get in your field and find a man at work, do not say a word, but go right to work. We now have organizers in every northern county in the state. Who will say I will go to South Alabama? If you will go, send for the first supplies. Get on old Beck and say, ''I am willing to help the farmer up to where he can help his neighbor." Write for information relative to territory, etc- E. J. Cook, Sec-Treas. Guinn. Ala. resolutions or respect. Whereas, God in His wisdom has removed from our midst our voung Br...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

H D D Vol. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1906. No. 7 Farmers Can be Patriots. Ninety-seven years ago, a child was given not only to his parents, not only to his country, but to all humanity. He became a mighty counselor, a prince of peace; Lincoln's youth was spent under the stress of poverty, not only of body but soul and mind, laboring under difficulties that would have crushed an ordinary being. His greatness revealed itself amid the struggles of difficulties which over-clouded his personal and na- tional affairs. Strong minds stood aghast as his fame dimmed the brightness of statesmen,even those to the purple born, says the American Farmer. Such a memory is a priceless treasure, and shall it not stir the farmer to serious reflections? Shall we not ponder over our ob- ligations to give greater thought to the principles of which his memory is the appeal and his life the exponent? A government triumphant pre- supposes an intelligent, wide-a- wake body of voters; we are...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

\ "1 Plan for Breeding Cora. Perhaps less attention bus been given to tbe breeding of corn and the selection of seed tban has been given to the cultivation and maintaining of tbe soil fertility. The work of the last few years, however, demonstrates ihat it is just as important to breed corn and wheat and otber crops as it is to breed stock. Moreover, tbe effect of tbe breeding and select- ion of corn is as great and the re- sults are much more quickly se- cured than in tbe breeding of stock. Choose a held to grow seed corn away from otber tields. Give special cultivation to the corn. Plant at the most favora- ble season, using all efforts to produce as perfect a develop- ment of the corn as possible. If a field away from tbe general corn lield can not be selected, then plant a strip through tbe middle of tbe large corn lield for the breeding plot. Better select out forty or tiftv of the choicest ears and plant the corn from each ear in separate rows. In this wav tbe breeder is able ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

What a Warehouse Did. The Dallas News had an inter- view the other tiav with D. H. Shapira in regard to his cotton warehouse at Madisonville, Tex., and got the- following state- ments: "This is becoming and age of holding, and warehouses are as essential for holding and the pro- tection of cotton as elevators are for wheat. The Southern Cotton Association and Farmers Union both advocate cotton warehouses and are now considering plans and divising some system for their construction and operation. I do not know what plan they will decide upon. The executive committee here has been favora- bly impressed with my plan and the members have so expressed themselves. "The plan of warehouses need- ed for the interior ie not the fire- proof, cement floors and walls, with partitions and the automa- tic sprinkling device, but a cor- rugated iron warehouse, just as I have built at Madisonville, with the least cost and largest capac- ity. The convenience and cost of handling cotton in a warehouse ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

1 i m f \ <> THL 'A'ARLH Jt'SE FLA.V Tim«ly Adnvtnuion. «asit CUnCft to the cau.se of Lnion- T.v-r* - r,o *-iv v>hot i a word to the Union brethren ism. therefore he it off '6* market i ■ r ar, indefinite who are forced to buy on credit Rasoived. Thai we. the Old Endorse* the The Parity tlo, Mifti., Feb. r fTLt / My -4" K!4^ 4L "*H r?**i « «w wwim . * ^ 'a v Eav^«i %■* - ^ <1 "mwa. —- i4t^ m*£l Heeting. lion met at Tup- and spent th .• ia t:ringa j .«• and or borrow money. Now. brother Hico Ptscrct Union of Hamilton a dav in doing n^me good work i - ;.ne * f<r iT ~i'-*-pT to you know it waa a trying time ^cirrcr T=ja&. .3 session with :or t^e Union, of which I will Viv- „ er.^in of war«-f ' o « ov«-r with jS :a.-.t fall when we jet a rr.f "V/t;*hi w *b * fo'-.tMny finan-t minimum price on our cctsoc. y ar > o oire of ail rbe We wanted to be loyal to our au- * 'Tf,n *'.r:r. may r^s placed bie cause. We wanted to larry rhfT*!r.. TL> cotton, tr o, may c/it the ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

) POULTRY DEPARTMENT. chicken chattkr. It's hatching time again. Try poultry and fruit together. Burned bones are not so good as those ground. Charred corn fed to the fowls occasionally will prove an aid to digestion. When the hens stop laving thev may often be started again by change of food. Corn should not be fed exclu- sively. It should be only a night feed during very cold weather. The early worm gets caught and the early broiler catches the dollars. Charcoal is one of the most es- sential articles in the food in suc- cessful poultry farming. Place ears of corn on cob in the oven until charred, then shell off and feed to the chickens. An imme- diate change will be noticed in the condition of the fowls and in egg production Either sweet or sour milk is good for the fowls, with corn as the principal ration. Milk sup- plies the meat element to a great degree. It is also fine for grow- ing broilers. It is well to remember when buying either eggs or fowls that as much depends upon t...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

If the Farmer Fails. If tbe farmer fails And cannot buy. Then tbe merchant's goods On tbe shelf must lie; If the farmer fails And has' nothing to sell, Tben the banker's account Will never swell. If tbe farmer fails And has nothing to ship, Tbe railroad train Make an empty trip. If the farmer fails And has not tbe money. He ought the last year's Pees drop down among it. If the farmer fails And has not tbe bills, Then the doctor ceases To roll his Dills. If the farmer fails And cannot pay, Then the teachers wants Wait another day. If the farmer tails As sometimes be must, Tbe world's business lags, and The wheels of commerce rust But if the farmer succeeds, As succeed he should, We all look happy And all feel good For upon his broad shoulders All the rest lie, And sometimes the pile Gets very, very high A happy home is Worth the world, To my mother And h«r girls; Give me a nice little Home to prepare; I will make it happy That others may share. Yours truly. N E C. Hogue, of Georgia R...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

y Steer Clear of the Speculator. To The National Co-Operator: All hail the National organiza- tion, and to the (National officers: stand by your post of duty. Do not let the scheming politician cause you to step to one side or the other, but go straight for- ward in the path of your duty, which every true union man feels that you will do. We as a union feel that your election was legal, fair and just, and that you will carry this grand and noble or- ganization on to victory. Let us steer clear of the speculator what- ever we do and we will be crown- ed in the end with success. We have the speculator and politi- cian to contend with just the same as all former farmer organ- izations, and they did more to tear down the organizations than everything else combined. We must cut ourselues loose from the speculator. We can not go hand in hand with them. We must attend to our own business. I favor, if we are to have ware- houses, to build our own; not use any that are owned by the spec- ula...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 28 February 1906

We Can't Have Cause Without Effect. Corporations doing business under special charters, doing things that make investigation necessary, and they refusing to answer questions when com- manded bv the courts to do so. These same corporations main- tainingstronglobbysat Washing- ton, and getting their attorneys elected to represent them, and alTj this in the so-called business interest. A corporation defying a whole state. Is it any wonder then, that we see an order form- ed in Texas that has on its ban- ner "Justice, Equity and thk Golden Rule," that linds they, the producers must educate themselves into the idea of work- ing together, so that they may be able to retain enough of the pro- duct of their toil to enable them to have Life Liberty and the pur- suit of Happiness? Did the nec- essity not exist, would it have been possible for such a magnifi- cent membership to grow up in so short a time? There is no doubt of the necessity, or either that it has come at this time for a special...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 7 March 1906

/J \\S D □ If I \ fr VjOL. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1906. No. 8 Beware of the Fault Finders. The man who has the capacity to observe a mistake and the kindness to point it out in a grace- ful way is a helpful man in the world. But the fault* finder, he who tries to find a fault where none exists; he who would peck a hole and weaken the structure of an institution because he saw some trivial thing that gave him an op- portunity to criticize, shun that man for he would prefer to tear down rather than to help build up. There are plenty of such men in the Farmei's' Union, no doubt, just as there are in all walks of life. They are jealous, envious and selfish. They want to be rulers and unless they can rule thev would ruin. A story is told of a coup'e of fault-finders who visited the state officers of the old Farmers' Al- liance and spent several days in fault finding and picking holes in things. They know just how toj run things, and after being al- lowed to examine all th...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 7 March 1906

taaMKtfiMMMIWNM V / V IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME A New Train via the Texas Mi Effective Sunday, January 28,1906. By this change the service between MINEOLA, TEXAS and points on the Texas Midland via the Texas & Pacific,with double daily train service in both directions, is much im- proved, as is shown by the following schedule: Mineola Greenville Commerce Cooper Paris Kaufman Ennis Lv. 4:58a.m 4:28pm Ar. 10:20p.in ll:02a.m Ar. 9:40 " 8:57 " Lv. 0:05 " 6:58 " " 10:20 " 9:30 " " 5:30 " 6:27 " " 10:53 " 10:01 " " 4:58 " 5:55 " " 11:45 " 10:40 " " 4:10 " 5:10 " " 8:49 " 10:00 7:49 9:05 7:28 6:15 7:55 6:45 Couiectioa is nade in Union Depot at Terrell. The Highest Standard of Service Is maintained over a Smooth and Dustless Track. REQUEST VOIR TICKETS TO READ VIA THE MIDLAND P. B. McKAY, G. P. & T. Agent, TERRELL, TEXAS. Farmers, is it not time that you have a head to your entire business, and demand your rights? Or do you prefer to have guardians set over you by the gambling board....

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 7 March 1906

■ \ > I 11 I A Flea for Steadfastness. Prom the time the Farmers' Union was ushered into this mundance sphere down to the present time I have watched with keen interest the battles it has fought and the victories it has won, and being possessed With a sympathetic heart and a desire for the betterment of . earth's tailing millions, I would natural- ly be expected to have more than a passing interest in its welfare and the rightous cause for which it was brought into existence. Having been born and raised on a farm, and knowing the hard- ships and privations that are en countered by the horny handed sons of toil; knowing the in- justice to which they are so often subjected; knowing the outrages perpetrated on them year after year, with the tantalizing boast thrust on their teeth that they have no stickability; that their backbones are weak as cotton strings, and that they are too ignorant and unreliable to stick to anything that would inevitably benefit them; I say, knowing all thi...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 7 March 1906

: T' y O. I*. I'YI.H, i vlltiir hikI I'rnprlflor. I'utill*hed Oiic« a Week lit Mlneola, TKIIMM IIr MUHM'KII'TlnN. One Dollar a year, III ailvauo*. Entered Hi I'twt offlee Mlneola, Tein*. im «iteiiiid-rla«* mall matter. Ailverllnliiu rate* will he furulahed uu ap- pltcatlon. The Home I* the hoiie of Hii> Nation. When •very family own« a bouie free front mort- gage, then Indeed, will we hurt) it iironperou* country. To own a borne U a duty erery man own to hlinwlf, lit* family ami hi* country. MINKOI.A, TKX.. WKDNKMDAY, MAKCII 7 TO COKHBSI ONI BNT5: Co-Opcrtttor In nlwity# ulrtd to liear from you, But you intuit not leel nllnlited II we nre compelled toatrlke out n part of your com- munication*. We twelve ho lunny that If we were to print tlieni Ju*t n they come In we would hiive to enlnrKe the paper Nome week* to acrommoilate the rorre*pondctita alone. When writing, lie *ure to nny what you wluli In mi) In a* few word* tin po**lli!e; and then, If we mUHt HtHI out It iihorter, you ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 7 March 1906

Kansas .Farmers and Congress* Kansas has made up its mind that the suffering poor of the hu- man race should have some of its surplus meat and bread before it spoils, and when its farmers met they drew up a petition instuct- ing their representatives in Con- gress to use their influence to es- tablish reciprocal trade relations with the hungry nations of the earth. Fearing that these repre- sentatives might be slow or a lit- tle lax in heeling the request of their constituents, like the re- presentatives of other states, the farmers added a warning clause. Read the stanza from the battle hymn of the Sunflower farmers in convention assembled, and tell us what you think of it: "We will to u man, Stop our plowH lu tlielr furrows, Anil gu to our political prlmarlen. Anil Mi't to It that our representatives Are men of Intellltit'nce, honest purpose And above commercial price, Whose Interest Im with the jfreutent Of all our Industries, Agriculture!" Does not that sound like a slo- gan of ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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