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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 June 1905

L 7 UNITED W1T.H ^ lo> i t * - ( r - Wf > \ Southern Mercury Established IMO. Vol. XXV. No. 23 Farmers Union Password Establlshsd I9Q3. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union panaword Consolidated May I, I90B; Dallast Texas. Thursday, June 8, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum SANGER'S GREAT SALE Seasonable, Washabh rubrics at a Sav- ing of One-Fourt'.! o 9tr.-Half. Everything in this sale is new, up-to-date goods. You can not afford to miss this opportunity\ Our prices can not bo duplicated. 25c Voile 12^c—30 pieces imported Scotch YoiLe, a nice range of colors, such as navy, brown, blue, ian, red and light blue, in checks and small plaids, the regular price is 25c I O 'n per yard, special price only 1 40c Embroidered Voile 27-Jc—-Nub Voile in all colors with embroidered coin dots, a sheer material, makes beautiful wash suits—imported goods, regular price -10c, special for tin In this sale 35c Canvas Suiting 22Jk—Canvas Illumine, one of the most serviceable of wash fabrics, a full range of col...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 June 1905

SOUTHEBN MERCUBY AND FAHMEBS UNION PASSWORD. SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES Record For South During Past Week. VARIOUS CHARTERS Numerous Companies Are Formed to Develop the Country—The Rrcord For Texas. wai for forty voin pastor of the Waco church In a nest Ion. preached during the morning hour, while Rev. J. J. drier, an able young m'nlater of the Second Fresbvt—r. n church, preached nt night. There was special iniMlc and other unliable exercises. It has been lust half a century since the church was organized In Waco. The annual memorial sermon of the Knterhts of Pvthlas was preached yes- terday at Austin Avenue Methodist church by Rev R. C. Wright, paslor of the church. There was a large attend- ance. ♦ -A- ^ , T-. HUM OF REAPERS. The Sabbath Did Not Deter Texas Grain Growers. Waco, Tex.. June 5.—The hum of reapers could be heard In many fields of this county and section yesterday, ho It Is said, and In fact all over Central Texas where there were oat crops to be harvested. It Is claimed tha...

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 — 8 June 1905

mm SOUTHERN "MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD1. ©I* PEACE PROSPECTS HAVE BEEN HALTED EMPEROR MOST BE GIVEN TIME TO CON- SIDER NAVAL DISASTER. Washington, June 8.—Steps toward peaee in the Orient have been halted. The general excitement and confusion In St. Petersburg attendant upon the distressing news of the recent naval disaster precluding the possibility of fortnally bringing to the czar's atten- tion the intimation from President Bopsevelt that he would be pleased to extend his good offices to the bellig- erents with a view of a cessation of hostilities and a final adjustment of the; existing differences. This was the Intelligence received by the state de- partment this afternoon from Ambas- sador Meyer. ill the dispatch the ambassador states thajt he will not be able to carry out the; desires of the president until the tension at St. Petersburg subsides, which may not be for several weeks. Ihe general tenor of the dispatch suggests peace, but it points out jthat l>yp>ea...

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 — 8 June 1905

60UTHEBN MEKCURY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Wiikly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- flee as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar. Gaston Building), Dal- las. Texas determine that the spinners can have all the cotton at a certain price, but not one bale of it at a lower price, and the warehouse question will be set tied. The question of gambling in fu- tures will also be settled. Diversi- fication and co-operation would do It." No, sonny, merely because a man makes it a point to attend every State Union meeting and pose as a leader, it is not a sign that the people will elect him to preside over the National Union when it is formed. There are such characters grooming now for this posi- tion. Change of Address—Subscribers re- Questlng a change of address must ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 June 1905

SOUTHEltN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. f OF THE CROP Warm Showers in South North West and (Furnished by M. H. Thomas & Co.) Washington, June Texas weath- er is warm, local showers In the South and Northwest, but It is fair over most of the state; (arm work pushed and much needed cultivation accomplished; crop prospects generally improved; fa- vorable weather Improved cotton iu central and northern counties; cultiva- tion and chopping progressing; much cotton still foul; some to plant; some fields will be abandoned; worms caus- ing some damage; showers delayed work locally in South but crop gener- ally promising; mostly chopped; squares forming quite generally, boll weevil and other pests causing some damage; corn Improved but poor in places. Oklahoma and Indian Territory— Rains delayed work; crops damaged by overflow; cotton being cultivated and chopped, but very weedy; poor to fair stand; much damaged by* over- flow; some dying. Tennessee—Generally dry, local (1am- age b...

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 — 8 June 1905

■ BOUTHEHN MEHCTJRY AND PABMEBS UNION PASSWORD. PUBLIC BONDED WAREHOUSE The following 1b the text—perhaps modified somewhat in one particular —of a paper read by W. A. Shaw of Dallas, before the Ellis County Union last Saturday: "There Is a Texas law under which public bonded warehouses may be con- ducted for storage of all kinds of pro- duce and other merchandise. The law Ia complete and comprehensive as to detail, and affords ample protection to patrons. As to cotton specifically, this law provides that enclosure of a plot or parcel of land may be classed as a part of the public warehouse plant. Under a rule that pertains thereto, it must be securely locked at night. These public warehouses may be estab- lished by individuals, or individual as- sociations of Individuals. The proprie- tor of each public warehouse must give bond In the sum of $5000 for profes- sional performance of duty as pre- scribed by law. A certificate must be secured from the county clerk that the company or I...

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 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCtmY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. I - A I iiiiiiHiiimHtiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiHiinuinii TEXAS HOMES FOR ALL UHlHlltllH I H H 11I1 |. I If you want a home; If you want a ranch: If you want to Invent In any kin J of lands, get In touch with the under- signed, aa we operate all over the state1, and have anything thf Homeseeker or the Investor may want. We have the confidence of tile seller, aa Is tested by our large list. We can sell you from 10 acr<?s to 109,000. at prioes and terms that are attractive and easily met. If you have lands you want sold, no matter how small or large the tract, we can and wo' want to handle it for you. The tide of immigration ■ has turned Texu,;- ward: thousands are coming and tens of thousands are preparing to come to the greatest state in the union, seeking homes and investments. I am Land and Immigrant Agent for the great Frisco System and the Trxns Midland Railroads: have over 1500 live, hustling land men handling my list lu fortv states and ter...

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 — 8 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCURY AND FABMEBS UNION PASSWORD. Bs W MOORE NAMED FOR CONGRESS Democratic Standard Bearer in Eighth District* Conroe, Tex.. June 2—The conven- tion to nominate a Democratic candi- date for congress for the eighth con- gressional district met shortly after 9 o'clock yesterday morning and resumed the business of balloting, which was Interrupted by adjournment last night. The first bnllot resulted as follow?: Meachum, 8: Moore, 4: Oillaspie, 14; Dashiell, 4; Randolph, 2; Beard. 3; Mc- Klnney, 2; Lipscomb, S. The first break occurred on the forty-first ballot, when Leon, Madison, Montgomery and Walker counties voted for Meachuin, giving him 19 votes. After that Leon, Madison, Walker and Montgomery flirted with oath oth- . er alternately. On the sixty-first ballot the up-dls- trlct counties resumed their flirtations, occasionally giving Moore some votes. After recess tho up-distrlct counties began to flirt with Waller. On the tseventy-third ballot Lion and Madl- eoii voted fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

mjf UNITED WITH- 1 ' H r L, ix v-- Southern Mercury Established I88O. FarnMpa Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmere Union Password Consolidated May 1,1009. I I# Vol. XXV. No. 24 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, June 15, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum PLANTING CORN IN GEORGIA. (Tom Watson in his Magaslne.) On such a day, such a cloudless, 1a- Slant flower-sweetened day, the horse- man slackens the rein as he rides through lanes and quiet fields; and he dares to dream that the children of God once loved each other. On such a day one may dream that the time might come when they would do so again. Rein in, and stop, . on this high hill! Look north, look wht;v *he •un rises; look south, look west, where the sun setB—on all sides the -.•*•.>o Is the same. In erery field the steody mule, the steady plowman and the chil- dren dropping corn. Close the eye a moment and look at the picture fancy paints. And in each the figures are the same—the steady mule and the steady man, and the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

SOUTHEBN MEBCUHY A2*D FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. SCENES OF DISORDER flew York's Subway is Flooded by Water. New York, June 12.—Train aervlce In the subway was suspended through- out the night as a result of a Hood from a forty-el«ht Inch water main Sunday afternoon. The flow of wa- ter continued uninterrupted for four and one-half hours while subalterns of the city water department wander- ed In the vicinity of Park avenue and Forty-first street turning off one gate after another In a futile search for the proper shut off to stop the de- structive flood. Officials of the subway frantically telephoned in all directions but say they failed to find any one In authority with the requisite knowledge of the mains. ly checked through information fur- nished by a private citizen employed by a contracting firm. It Is estmated that the loss to the subway alone will be $100,000. Hun- dreds of persons were caught In tho blockaded trains and almost smother- ed before they were able to reach fresh ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. I [ I ! HON. L. J. STOREY'S iJISSENTTNG" OPINION CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS ON THE WAR PATH. Pays His Respects to the Editor of a Weekly Newspaper—Takes a Fancy Shot at a Brother Commissioner—Sympathies With Tillers of the Soil—Foil Text of Commissioner Colquitt's Dissenting Opinion* In terms In Texas, and I am anxious to cease the production of boll weevil cotton and enter the more lucrative business of fruit, truck, alfalfa and stock farming. Why should I. as sharged In the dissenting opinion, when "the truck farmers ask for bread give them a stone?" The farmers of Texas well know and fully appreciate the fact that this com- mission has always looked well to their Interests, and when the facts Justified and the law permitted it. the commis- sion has not hesitated to grant their request. We hope and earnestly de- sire In every order we make to be just to all Interests involved. This we have and will continue to do a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

BOC TiihJi.N MJfijfl'UiCX AA D FAKAlEitS UNION* PASSWORD. United with th« FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year, 50 cents. dltlon financially than we found It. Education and co-operation are some of the means by which this can be done." The- "Independent Parmer" Is ste/id- ily forging to the front, ami is de- cidedly one of the very best which comes to our desk. Rro. Armstrong wields a facile pen. and his paper de- serves the hearty support of the brethren In the twin Territories. If you would have Union success, sup- port the Union Press. Competition Implies waste of ener By. Co-operation, united action, re- duces waste to the minimum. The vast fotune* amassed by the Rockefellers and Morgans is the result of spcclal Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- | privileges?, it is 11 ue, but also in large flee as mall matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Comm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCUItY AND FARMERS FNIOX PASSWORD. SHORTAGE OF SECTION MEN Same Old Story Now Confronts the Railroads. Fort Worth, June 9.—There is con- siderable trouble experienced at this time by the railroads, especially those lines that pass through the cotton sec- tion of the state. In securing sufficient labor to keep the tracks in good condi- tion, because of the fact that railroad laborers are flocking to the country to make cotton hands at advanced wages. This same tremble has occurred every year! but It is more serious this sea- son as the demand for farm hands is greater than ever before, attributed to the fact that the rainy season has re- tarded crops and labor is essential Just at this time. The Santa Fe and Missouri, Kansas and Texas especially have encountered' this trouble, and only the more faithful employes have remained with the roads. The demand on the farms just now is for cotton choppers, and in some instances the result lias been that whole section gangs, with th...

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 — 15 June 1905

V"v:ia 80UTHEBN MERCURY AND PARMEBS UNION PASSWORD. <1 > 11 '!"> II n n I TEXAS HOMES EOR ALL .fW W W I 11f H ' W If you want a home; If you want a ranch; if you wont to invest in any kin " of lands, yet in touch "With the undei Signed, as we operate all over the state, and have anything the Homeseeker or the invsstor may want. Wo have* the confidence of the seller, as Is tested by our large list. We can sell you from 10 aorea to 100,000. at prices and term* that &rd attractive and easily met. If you have lands you want sold, no mat- ter how small or large the tract, we can and we want to handle it for you. The tide of Immigration has turned Texas- ward; thousands are coming and tens of thousands are preparing to comcl to ALa 04 a Aa In * l> /\ TYnlAM MAAlflnSP Stie greatest State In the Union, seeking omes and Investments. I am Land and Immigration Agent for the great Frisco system and the Texas Midland railroads: have over 1500 live, hustling land men handling my l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

l~<y SOUTHERN IffEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. BIGELOW IS SENTENCED He is Given Ten Years in Prison. Milwaukee, Wis., June 10.---Fr nk fe. Blgelow, defaulting and deposed president of the Milwaukee First Na- tional bank, former leading society- man, philanthropist and financier, one time president of the American Bank- ers' association, this afternoon pleaded guilty to embezzlement of funds placed in his charge and was sentenc- ed t<i ten years' imprisonment in the United States government peniten- tiary at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Less than two hours afterwards, ac- companied by Deputy United States Marshal Albin Johnson, he boarded a Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul train and started on his journey to the fed- eral prison where he will find as com- panions other bankers who are serv- ing sentences for similar crimes, but no one of them having the distinction of having stolen a million and a half dollars. United States Judge Joseph H. Quarles imposed the sentence, prelu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 June 1905

fc CAUSES OF THE DEFEAT Light Being Thrown on Russia's Unpreparedness. Vladlvostock, June 18.—One of the Russian officers, who survived the bat- tle of the sea of Japan, has developed a. most sensational story of the causes of the Russian defeat. First of all Is the complete' demoralisation which follow- ed the tfinklnr of the flagship Kniaz Souvaroff and the wounding of Admiral Rojestvensky. It Is explained that not a, single officer of the fleet knew the commander-in-chiefs plans. The ad- mirals In command of divisions knew no more than the sub-lieutenants, arid bad to rely entirely on the signals of the flagship. Admiral Nebogatoff, upon whom the command devolved, had seen Rojestvensky only once after the Junc- ture of their squadrons and then only for fifteen minutes. All the stories of extensive target practice In Madagascar, it seems, were false. During the entire voyage there practically was no training In gunnery worthy the name, and the big gan practice was confined to-thre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

REMARKABLE SAVINGS WHITE GOODS MERCURY 22 ems wide cmfwypetaoshrdluarfwa We offer the following great reductions this week in the most wanted fabrics among washable goods: White French Lawn, 48 inches wide, nothing better in sheer material for summer wear, the regular 50c per yard grade, on sale at White French Lawn and hand woven Batiste, the 75c __ grade, special price for villi Best grade Mull Chiffon and hand woven Batiste, the __ regular $1.25 grade, on sale at wwli IVery fine white Swiss Mull 48 inches wide, 85c grade, pg_ special uww Arnold Silk, striped and cheeked Voile, Arnold Embroidered Dot Silk in solid colors, all shades, the regular price _ is 40c and 50c per yard, special price 03U French Eolienne in solid colors, half silk, a beautiful '> fabric for suits, the regular price is 50c, special OvU 32-inch St. Gall Dotted Swiss, in white grounds with __ colored pin dots, the 50c grade, for uSfu White Dotted Swiss, embroidered figures and dots, the .. ( regular price i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEBCUBY AND FARMERS FNIOff PASSWORD. PROSPECTS FOR AN ARMISTICE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT HOLDS THE KEY TO THE SITUATION. * St Petersburg, June 20.—(2:06 p. in.) —The only hope for an armistice pend- ing the meeting of the peace plenipo- tentiaries seems to rest with President Roosevelt and even that Is considered ■lender. So far as known, the presi- dent has not taken any positive step In this direction. The impression here continues strong that Japan will only with great reluct- ance be Induced to i forego the ad- vantages of her strategic position, which despite the tone of official ad- vices from the front la regarded as being altogether favorable to Field Marshal Oyama, and agree to a sus- pension of hostilities for at least si* weeks during which time thousands of reinforcements can reach Gen. Ltne- vitch and Vladivostok can be strength- ened with ammunitions and supplies to withstand a siege. Indeed, it Is sug- gested that Japan has deliberately planned to postpone the mee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD1 lr<^ INDIAHOMA DEPARTMENT Indiahoma State Union. (. O. Dawes, President. Cordell. O. T. J. P. Connors, Vice-President. Canadian, I. T. J. 8. Moore. Secretary-Treasurer, Hess, ■O. T. A. J. Carter. General Organiser, Lind- sey. I. T. _ _ Rev. P. C. Estls, Chaplain. Snyder, O. T. J. H. K>ltner, Conductor, Stonewall. I. T. 9. E. Gunter. Doorkeeper. Muldrow. I. T. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A. Frank Ross. Chairman, Durant, I. T. W. H. Lancaster, Secretary, RofT. I. T. Campbell Russell, Hereford, I. T. £ -" - Ward. Oak U)d(e, I. T. _ W. Harrison. Roosevelt, O. T. MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT. Following la the financial report of State Secretary-Treasurer J. S. oore of Jndtahoma for the month of May, 1905: President 8. O. Dawes' Department. April 24, 1905. Transportation,miles trav 771...$36 S8 Hotel hill 22 to Stamps ... ...i................. I i5 Printing,.60c, phone, 75c 1 25 Thirty-one days' salary 40 00 Total ••• .I.......*........***897 18 GEN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEKCUr.Y ANT) FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. terfrfffirf United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. i Weekly. . MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year, in advance. Half rear. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. {corner I/umar, Gaston Building). Dul- 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 the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 1903. When writing our advertisers, don't forget to say you saw their ad in this paper. The real disorganizer Is the man who wants to rule or ruin, and who desires to suppress everything which does not coincide with his plans and Inclina- tions. The effort to stifle free discussion In ...

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