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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

y to Y % \ I- ^ k r> I L *y. Southern Mercury United With The National Co-Operator and Farm Journal H°S D JOU Volume 28. DALLAS. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 1907. 1Mumber 29. TOPEKA KAN Farmers Union Password United With The National Co-Operator and Farm Journal FUTURES GAMBLING DEAD. The Exchange, Bucket Shop and Tele- graph Wire House Sports are Branded as Outlaws. Co-Operator publishes herewith the bill generally known as the "Antl- Bucketshop Bill," passed by the pres- ent Legislature of the State of Texas and signed by Governor Campbell. The fourteenth section of the bill pro- vides that the bill should go into effect immediately on its passage, but the requisite two-thirds vote was not ob- tained in each house as per the State Constitution, hence it does not go into effect until ninety days after the adjournment of the regular ses- sion of the Legislature and that throws it until on or about July 11, 1907, but that will give Texas the benefit of the law for this year's crop. T...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator And Farm Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

• ' THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. Farmers; Defend Yourselves! • ■ With your cotton in your own warehouse you can Defy the Speculator! Your Warehouse Is your fort- ress; behind it's protecting walls you can wage a War that Will Win. The fight for a Fair Price is on. If you are alert you can win; sleep on your rights and you lose. Protect Yourselves With Warehouses. TO THE MEMBERSHIP. The Building that will be seen at every Cotton Town in Texas by Sept. 1, 19 x THRIVING IN THE WEST. Dear Co-Operator: Wo now have eight Local Unions and a County Un- ion. Our Local Union lias 25 members and when we start to build our ware- house—which will be ready by Sep- tember—we expect to double our num- ber. Some of our farmers favor ware- houses and the Union, but they want to wait and see. They are timid and full of doubts. S. C. CHILDRESS, Yancy, Texas. Secretary. LLANO WIDE AWAKE. ;; We built over a hundred in 1906, All satisfactory. ! I All profitable to stockholders. All guarantee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OFEliA TOTl AND FARM JOURNAL, \ A'> f Oombaulfs Caustic Balsam lis Imitators Bat No Compotitors. ▲ Bate, Speedy and Positive Cure for Curb, Splint. Bwmbt, C pp«4 Hock, Strained Tendona, Founder, Wind Puffs, and all lasieneu from Spavin, Eingbone and other boav tumor*. Cures all skin diseaau or rarautea, Thrueh, Diphtheria. Removes all Bunches from Bones or Cattls. As a Human Remedy for Rheumatism, Sprains, Bo. e Throat, etc., It is Invaluable. hvfry bottle of Caustic Balsam sold Is Warranted to pive natls'actton. rrice $1.50 testimonials, etc. Address Th Lawrenca-Wllllamt Co.,Toronto, Ont. $ WAREHOUSE COMPANY. The Constitution of The Farmers' Un- ion Warehouse Company Now in Rockdale, Texas. As Co-Operator so frequently re- ceives letters asking for information as to the management of Farmers' Un- ion co-operative warehouses and how to proceed to organize a company and proceed generally, the following consti- tution of The Farmers'a Union Ware- house Company, loca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

✓ ,1 E THE NATIONAL CO-OVERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL". FARM JOURNAL O. P PYLE Huaflnt Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational ■ Co-Operative Union Publish in* Company. |SI and 367 Commerce 8t.. Dallas, Texas, ^ ——— Terms of subscription, one dollar year, in advance. knows no ration. It is lor the pro- And we are to have another con- of America is all that in necessary to March 27 organized a State Union table victories, with only a partial The farmers have learned to Lecf ducers of all sections. .4 fcrence with the English and Amer- take us on to victory. Let us rally for Illinois, taking the Illinois understanding, and with rj.o ware- more of the supply on the farms lm- . ican .spinners. It will not be long around our leader, Pres. Chas. S. brethren, 35,000 strong, into the houses to protect them in the mar- til the demand wa ready for it, anj Large cluba keep rolling in from if we do our part, till there will be Barrett, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

THE NATIONAL ^OPERATOR AND FARM .TOURSAH } tar. Al«oExtra SmU torOpenW'mou Prfcxeom- P<M .Hl.y. i<|oo<Miilu(orKt.W We ship for •xamlnftttnn and approval aiuMaMtf w;. Touaraoutaoth- no( aattiOad asAo «iyle, quality, price. mtknVrn Imfwt lilirtiKW bO* WerK nlllag Ui tbMiwnuwrezvlniliely. Wemaka ■0 atria* or Vchlelaa.^U Btylw ot Harnt-a*. ■and tor lars^ftoegaudogiM. mm ®w*~ Yo. its. Lljrht BxtHMion Top Surrey. Prlct OOOpUto, ITl^O. At (rood as sella f<>r JSS.fli mors. Use the Birmingham Billet GASOLINE ENGINE THIRTY DAYS ON TRIAL! I.1®!1 •"■hspleony one can understand It. So durable and subatantklit can not wear out or break. So safe that you can not navaan accident with It. At a price you can Afford to pay. An engine the wtfe can run. Write for Catalogue, prices and propoaiton on trial. Wtaite-Hakeslee Mfg. Co. bm 6292 Birmingham, Ala. We should learn a lesson from tho • - cessive and prolonged drouth of last Mimmer, which made It ins passible for dairymen to fill their...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

: ■ IJflH MATiUJNAli CO-OPKUATOR AND PABM JOUBNAtS. . D.'s Praise to my wife, with great benefit," writes Dr. O. P. Walker, of Motz, Ark., "and unhesitatingly endorse It as all that Its makers claim. 1 have used it lately In two very obstinate cases of amenorrhea (scanty flow) In young girls, one of habitual miscarriage and one of sterility,—all with the happiest results. I am, as most doctors are, slow to recommend patent medicines, but Cardul ac- complishes results, and so I use it." Cood for peri- odical pain, and other female trouble. Try It. latlons over the present bright out- look for the Union In Kansas. Everybody 1b now looking ahead to May 21 and 22 on which dates State organization 1b to be effected. WORKING LOCAL. J Sold by all Druggists C12 Home Circle Department DUTY TO CHILDREN. To The Co-Operator: While I am not a member of the Union, yet 1 read The Co-Operator with great pleas- ure my husband Is a member of the Union. 1 am fond of literature that Is building up comm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

* • • THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. ■ A PAYING WAREHOUSE. Editor Co-Operator: I am a mem- ber of Alum Local Union, In Wilson County, Texas. We started business t \ twelve members and now have 1 ly-flve. We work harmoniously and < Poultry Department EVOLUTION OF A CHICKEN. of the yolk with which their intestines are still filled. If they are-fed before The growth of a chicken from the this time many die of indigestion. moment the fertility of the tiny germ m ^ t ^ Is shown in the egg until the perfect- 11 cents for all the cotton put into ,y formed creature breaks through the Bro. Paul \V ipprlcht was with us shell is interesting and may be ob- M. K. Boyor, a student of and writer effectively together. We have a warehouse at Stockdale and we got It. ■■■■■■■I FAITHFUL IN ALL THINGS. LONOKE COUNTY UNION. YARDING AND FREE RANGES. a few nights ago and gave us a rous- served by anybody who has a good egg- on poultry questions, on the question Ins speech that brought four a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 24 April 1907

if B THE NATIONAL CO-OPEBATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OP ST. JACOBS OIL IN THB HOUSE AND YOU WILL HAVB A QUICK. SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR PAIN WHERH YOU CAN GET AT IT WHEN NEEDED. PRICE 25c AND 30c Our warehouse at Waller is nearly completed, lacking only the finishing touches, and will be ready (or our Irish potato crop that precedes the cotton crop. Our County Union meets next on July 4th and 5th, two miles north of Prairie View, and we want State President Calvin and Bro. O. P. Pyle to be with us, and talk to us. Watermelons will be ripe then, as well as peach cobblers and frying chickens and our good women do kuow how to make all kinds of cakes, so come along, bring your knitting and stay awhile with us. J. L. MAYS, Waller, Tex. COTTON WAREHOUSES FOR For COTTON GIN MACHINERY Of Any Dsicription Write Continental Gin Co. Dallas, Texas. BRIGHT LITTLE GIRL. TCdltor Co-Operator: I do not be long to the Union because I am a lit-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

" i TOPBKA KAN? r $ I p I r is A\ Southern Mercury United With t The- National Co-Operator arid . Farm Journal v JOURNAL Volume 28. DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MAY 1, 1907. Number 30. Farmers Union Password United With Tie National Co-Operator arid Farm Journal AN ADDRESS. The Tennessee Farmers' Union State Executive Committee Issues a Pronunclamento. Milan, Tenn., April 16, 1907. To The Membership of the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union of Tennessee—Greeting: We, your committee and the Advi- sory Council, every member being present, in conference assembled hav- ing reviewed the work of our organi- zation during the year since we were chartered as a State U nion wish to make known the results of this work. Starling one year ago with 153 Lo- cals, we now have 500. Beginning without a cent in the treasury, and having met every emer- gency, we are now out of debt and have $1200 in the treasury. The progress has been almost exclu- sively in the Western Division of the State. Eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

u- % THE NATIONAL CO-OPEBATOB AND PABM JOUflNAL. FAMII.Y (AltVKRS, FRKKHT P1IK* PAID. 'ttKNU KOH CA'IMI.At; l'K. JA.UKM MK«., DALLAS TUXAS. When burin* furniture to twautify your home auttlity should be of first conaiderstion FARMERS' UNION NOTES. vtUlty next and price last. Beauty of deaffrn, finish and durability constitute a quality which stamps, the ••White Line'9 of "furniture for the bom e" the peer of any made any- ~ where. Briefs From Local and Other Union* From Everywhere of General Importance. Hade io (he South In the heart of the great hardwood belt, by skilled apeoia . aifus furnished by tirand Bap ids' most artistic de- •Igpers, this line api«eala^ ... i especial way to cbo ( refined taste as well as the economical instincts Of prudent buy era. It eomoines Quality, util- ity, durability at moder- cost. Every piece bears our trade na la mark au<f is ifuaranteed. Hold by best dealers throughout the South. If your dealer cannot supply you from stoc k tell him to order w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

He om tlce makes you to llbcrftl a ■r. Our 9 .0Q bask boad any buggy you buy of im will slay ANDERTON Absolutely hutfgy SO days Write selling tw i K TIIB NATIONAL CO-OFEKATOR AND FARM JOURNAGL BROTHER W. R. THOMAS. BROTHER J. I. SMITH. Whereas, On the 14th of April, 1907, WhereaB. On the 6th day of April, God In His Infinite wisdom saw fit to !t P,eased the Allwise God to take from call from the stage of action our neigh- bor, friend and brother, W. R. Thomas, Resolved, That this Union has lost one of its truest members, this com- munity one of her best citizens, bis wife a true and devoted husband, his children a kind and loving father. Resolved, That this Union extend to Sister Thomas its heartfelt sympathy in this her hour of trouble, and pledge her every aid within our power to grant. our midst our beloved Bro. J. I. Smith, a gloom hangs over our community and our Local. Resolved, That Wilmer Local Union has lost a faithful member and tho community an excellent citizen. Resolved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OVERATOIt AND FARM JOURNAL — AMD — PARM JOURNAL O. P PYLE Managing Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Union Publish- ing Company. MS and >67 Commerce St., Dallas,- Texas. Terms of subscription, one dollar a year. In advance. •"Sintered as second-class matter No- vember 13, 1906, at the postofflce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879," l&dvertlsing rater wm be turmsnea on Duplication. Let us muke conditions such that all^ rience of their young manhood, bat Y\e do, and are willing to do much however, the brother ia unwilling to Oklahoma, which comes into the are enabled to buv at their own fijj« who want such a home enn have it. with a scientific knowledge of farm-^ard work. Are you willing, brother, take the risk, we fail to pee where it Union of States as one of the wealthv ures and this they do utterly regard- Wealth belongs as it should belong, ing, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

— -4 | '-?r —?- *.*y ^ ^ . '^|T " ^ 'MM *> THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOPRNAU . fl J f 34 Years Selling Direct Our wfctnlw u4 Wrrm kin bsss told dine* from ear IMorr to aw for Uiirtl of a eestury. Wo ship for —ml—Him sad approval uid nmulw aofo dollrrij. You an wt toiUiif If not isUsasd ss to surls, sum lily and print. Lamest MsmiUeturwa faiths Vfold celling to the cob- miner exclusively. W'o make COO *ty lee of Vehicle*, 66 frtylfd of St ml for large, free catalogue. Oua ran tee<t Rubber Tiree. hi J<*e «-om plate, $58.50. As good aasei:« for IJ6.00 more Canopy Top Surrey with Auto- __ _*1« seals. l'lir**. luplel®, $7J.60. An good eeHe fcr 025.00 more. hMl^Mjrle sent*. Wo. 7U. Hike Wagon with Fine WTo* Dibh. AutomoMle Heat and h In. Bkhart Carriage • Haraeta Mf|. Co. Ckhart, Indiana average pressure of about 40 pounds will raise water from SO to 90 feet. The beauty of sirch a system Is that there is a constant supply of water under pressure for the kitchen sink, rang...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

THE NATIONAL CO OPERATOR AND FARM JOITRNAfL For Grinding Pains Women's Agonies The agonies that you may suffer every month, can be relieved. * Take Wine of Cardul. This purely vegetable remedy acta curatlvety on the womanly functions. During over 50 years it ha* been successfully and beneficially used by more than a million women and still continues its good workf In |the relief or cure of womanly pain and suffering. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of hov they were cured by Wine of Cardul. Mrs. M. Stout, of Gabbatha, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with female weakness and pains In my back and limbs. I was so bad I could hardly walk. 1 took Cardul and now I feel like a new woman." For sale by all druggists, in $1. bottles. As a rule the hearty moat eater pre- and certificates shall be Issued and fers the white bread, while the person signed by the president and attested with a preference for vegetable diet by the secretary, under their hands will choose the entire wheat bread. a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

Poultry Department POULTRY WHITE PLAGUE. ► V's .. V ■ J' ,'x' '• I L- lm feet long, bn which is nailed a tin or galvanized iron cover. Above this, robably no poultry disease is more around the sides, are strips one inch ,sterjous or more dreaded by tho thick, and on these strips sits the floor raisers than that which is so fatal to of the brooder. There should be a young chicks—white diarrhea. couple of one-inch holes in each strip Many Journals—poultry and other- for the admission of air. The floor wise—contain articles which supposed- should be made of matched lumber, ly give a cure for this, but when one In the center an 8-inch hole should has finished reading he knows little be cut and over this an old tin pan, more at the end than he did in the about ten inches across the top (which beginning. We are told that there are is now to become the bottom) and various causes for the trouble, a weak- four inches deep, should be placed, enpd condition of the breeding stock, The sides of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 1 May 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPEUATOIt AND FARM JOUBNAU' r AN ARGUMENT The farmers of the South believe that they should have the power to price their cotton. The farmers of the South want to sell their cotton to the spinner direct. They have been able to do neither of these two things to this date. They could not price their cotton because they did not control it. They did not control it because in a large measure it was consumed by them before they produced it; that is to say, they owed money for supplies and various things which they got during the year while they were making the cotton, and as soon as the crop was made they had to sell it in order to meet their obligations. They could not hold their cotton to any considerable extent; first, because they had no safe place to keep it where it would be protected from the weather, and second, because they had no resources beyond the cotton itself upon which to draw for the payment of their debts. They could not sell their cotton to the spinner b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

TOFEKA . * Farmers Southern Mercury Union Password United With United With The National Co-Operator and Farm Journal National Co-Operator and Farm Journal □ Volume 28. DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MAY 8. 1907. Number 31 EARNEST UNIONIST. arouse the public to the necessity of what Bro. Calvin is doing to keep the organized by Bro. Martin last fall, and Resolved, That the County Union vlded always, that we stick togothor. progressing toward the completion of a much-needed and long-delayed re- forces in line in Texas; then there is since then things have been He Sings the Praises of Unionism, form, I naturally feel that my conclu- always one or two good sermons from quo and Exalts Its Good Work for slons as to what ought and what ought some good brother from which we get I find the harvest here ripe for the Farming Classes. not to be done are entitled to some some Information; then the reports the gathering. The farmers that I 1 consideration. from the different Locals, and the rec- have m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

p -•<- ' -ti'W "• -, v* S*g TITE NATIONAL CO OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. f t FARMERS' UNION HOTES. ■a 4. filnerle Strap H rn«iM wllh I'nrred CeUatrT Frioe comploU til 25- ■** ««od u u-llx Car 96.00 mure. 34 Years Selling Direct Oor vehicle* and harness have been •old direct from our factory to user for a third or a c< n- turr. Wtt iblp for •wmiimtion and approval andguarantee safe delivery. Y«w*reoui noth- ing If not satisfied as to * ty le, quality and price. We Are The Largest Hannlacturrrs In Tbe World MlUnfftoth«consumerPfr!n«!v.*!f. WemAke (00 Kljlo. or Vehicle., 01> 1.1j It'll of Ituruuiu. Band Cor Urge, free catalogue. Hkbui Carriage A Harness Hlg. Co., Elkhart Ind. Ho. 664. Top Btigor «rlth I.ote Automobile Style Beet, Hike Oar and K in. Guaranteed ItubhrrTtr&x. Price complete, $68-00. At good as sells for txJ OO to itVIO.OO more. FLOURISHING UNION. Editor Co-Operator: Colbert Local Union is at the bat with three nines and one over, that la, twenty-eight members,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

TTTE NATIONAL CO-OPEHATOR AND FARM JOURNAli. Horse Owners! Use OOMB AtJ LT' S 'Caustic Balsam ___ A 8. ft. §y i^i u< PMltlTC Cm* Tlie safest. Boat BUSTER ever used. T«ke« (be plaoe of all llnamenis for mild or severe action. Remove, nil Burcho or Blemishes 'roin Hotwi Sod Cattle, SUPEBSKUK8 Al l. CAl'TKBV OKKIKING. finponiblt to product tear or ■Terr bottle sold Is wsrrsuted to give satisfaction Price SI BO per tinttle, Sold by driMffUts. or scut by express, I'hsrift paid, wltn full directions for Its nee. Send tor descriptive circulars. THE LA VHKNCE-WILLI A MS CO.. Cleveland. O. PUBLIC SPEAKING. "Uncle Sara" Hampton, an organizer and lecturer of The Farmers' Educa- tional and Oo-Operative Union, will de- liver public lectures to farmers and their friends on the question of profit- able prices and controlled marketing, involving •-'■warehouses and clearing bouses, and will explain in detail how the machinery of organization of the co-operating farmers can become the greatest pow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

r THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AXI) FARM JOURNAL. - — AMD — PARM JOURNAL "" O. P PYLE Managing: Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. published weekly, every Wedneaday, br The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operatlve Union Fubllab- lns Company. IS5 and 367 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. 'farms of subscription, one dollar a year. In advance. 'Entered as second-class matter No- vember 13. 1906, at the postofflce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879." Advertising rater win bo furnished on implication. schools where they beta;ig. While far back as the time when the h«ds- that any member of the Fanners' But Mr. Speculator's day for eat- wc arc talking so much about child men of Abraham and Lot enme in Union of Oklahoma could ho far for- ing all the white bread is waning, labor in the factories let us also talk conflict over the grass and water on get himself as to lead any one to be- and in future the despised hayseeds ol' child labor on the farm. ~ the plains, where the...

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