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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

S0IJTHSII1V mSBCVBT AKD FARMERS UNION PASSW0R11. WHY REDUCE COHON ACREAGE 1 I notice In the M. P.—I don't mean the Missouri Pacific—that the cotton ) acreage gab keeps running smoothly - | enough. It Is about time the farmers ' were beginning to use the interroga- tion point on that issue. It seems to me that it Is about time that advo- cates of cotton acreage reduction were bringing into sight some facts and fig- ures in support of the fact that we have too much cotton. It is a fact, beyond the peradventure of a doubt, that cotton is one of the world's prime necessities, so before We begin to reduce we should know that there is more than the world can use. A stock argument Is that the ' Southern states Is the only place on the globe where cotton can be grown to advantage. The crop here ranges from 9,000,00 to 13,000,000 bales now; If we must reduce tell us what years we must reduce—for any farmer with one idea above a ground hog knows that cotton don't make the same amount per acre...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 May 1906

ssas BOUTHBrnr-HEBCimY rAtfD FABHBBS UNION FASSWOttt I 1 m l.. , fe I* i iTHE A. & M. COLLEGE gamers Hare No Time Now for Pttr- suing Their Investigations—Wo'k of Govemm:nt« iT College Station, Tex., May B.—As the season for the publishing of bulletins a>y the State ISxperlment Station Is about drawing to a close, your corre- ■pondent requested Prof. John A. Craig, director of the experiment sta- tions, to review the work that had been done during the past year. "You are right in thinking that the season for the publishing of our bulle- tins is about over," said Prof. Craig, "for when our farmers are busy with their farming operations they havo very little time for looking into our investigations. We try as far as we can to make our bulletins Reasonable, realising that when a man gets an idea Just at the time when he can use it, he Is very likely to put It Into practice. We have some difficulties to contend With in this because of the great extent of the territory of our • st...

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 — 10 May 1906

I I ]Vevp 'York to Paris via Bering Strait Cunnel THE French, It seems, are to be credited with what must be admitted to bo the most stu- pendous railroad scheme ot the Sentury. Visitors to the last Paris ex- position, held in 1#00, will remember 1 certain Ingenious panoramic railway recursion into Siberia. The illusion was almost perfect. One took passage In a real. Pullman, heard the customary itartlng signals of bell and whistle and was presently whirled away into an apparent wilderness of ice and snow which a little exercise of the imagina- tion might easily convert into the bar- ren stretches of Siberia. It was all very natural, very enjoy- able in midsummer and very Gallic. It did not seem to be especially ab- lurd or even trivial in that environ- ment. The idea of a continuous pas- lage from Paris to Siberia might have Inspired derision on the boulevards or in the bourse, but within the exposi- tion inclosure It was never criticised. Again, at tills present time and with to e...

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 — 10 May 1906

iOTTTHEBN MESCURT AND VABMH8 UNION PASSWORD, !. CALVIN IS HOME AGAIN President of Farmers' Untoa Talks t IFfV z:&. IP w of Eastern Trip* President E3. A. Calvin, of the Farm* •re' Union, returned yesterday morn- ing from Washington, where he has been for the past two weeks In the In- terest of a movement now being pushed between this organisation, the Cotton Growers and the National Manufactur- ers' and Cotton Spinners' associations, for a better understanding' In regard to the existing conditions. Mr. Calvin, together with F. W. Davis, W. S. Miller and John Martin, represented the Texas .Union In the meeting, and delivered one of the addresses on one of the most Important questions discussed. •. ♦ ♦ ♦ Calvin Optimistic. Mr. Calvin is very optimistic of the work started at this meeting and has bright hopes for Its ultimate benefits to the Texas farmer, as well as his neighbor In other cotton raising states. To a Times Herald reporter this morn- ing, he said, concerning the work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lt I90B. [( ■V & • • m- i: 1- i' M' J&:' i is.. F Vol. XXVI. No. 21 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, May 17, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum L oooaoooo ooonaooooaooooooaoonooao«o 0 0 a a a a B B B B B B B B O B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B O B B B B B V-f B B B B O B B B B B B B B B B O SANGER BROS: SUPERB SUMMER STYLES Wash Goods Section Twenty pieces Arnold satiu striped Dimity, dotted Voile and satin striped Silk, white grounds with floral patterns, the regular price is 85c and 40c special 29 c Printed Batiste in White grounds with small neat patterns, 40 inches wide, our 15c grade, special.. .|21-"C Arnold superfine printed Organdies, white grounds With large floral designs, the 25c grade 19c 32-inch bookfold Dress Percale in red, navy, cadet and jjfray, with white figures and stripes, the regu- lar price is 8 l-2c, sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

" iOLQUITT SPEAKS IN COLLIN'S CAPITAL RAILROAD COMMISSIONER LAUNCHES HIS CAMPAIGN UNDER FAVORABLE AUSPICES. State Questions Are Discussed lo a Dispassionate Manner—Powers of the Railroad Commission, Taxation and Other Matters. Full Text of the Speech* assessed values—nearly £5 per rent. It also shows that the present adminis- tration nt the close of the fiscal year 11*03 spent Stilti.77C.28 more than the enpnlne anoech for governor In this city receipts;. $71u,303.97 more for 1904, and opening spoecn lor governoi in mis cuy ( jjg2.39S.08 more In 1905, an Increase of Special to The Timet Herat J. McKlnney, Tex., May 12.—Railroad Commissioner O. B. Colquitt made his |oday; i|% ♦ ♦ ♦ full Text of 8peech. " Mr. Colquitt spoke as follows: My Fellow Citizens: Four years ago, this month, the people of Collin county save me a plurality of over 3100 votes, as a candidate for railroad commission- er, out of a total of about 7000 polled In their Democratic primary. Your expres- sion of confide...

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 — 17 May 1906

1 • MA -m S ;i 11. i' i - "■---■ ■ . aS •• "T • iMiV'1 •. s rl'i '.u&zkt. • '• . .«>. -if :"i r. 13 • <h * - * " Rt. '. . Jry railroad commission, was 100,047,9S9 (one hundred million, forty-seven thou- sand, nine hundred and eighty-nine) miles. Of this distance over seventeen million two hundred thousand miles .wer traveled by public officials and other persons not connected with the railroads. This mileage at 3 cents would make $516,000 of fares given away by the Texas railoads in twelve months. But it will be argued that the holders of this free transportation , would not travel so much if they had to pay their way. Admit that and estl- , mate It at half, and we have a loss of I revenue to the railroads of $258,000 given to public officials and 0ther per- sons not connected with the railroads In any way. I favor a law which will stop this, and believe that it can be done by the commission under existing law, but In view of the fact that a ma- jority of the commission ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

SOUTHERN XBBCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PAB8WOH& m United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, T.7 Gaston Building, 213-216 Commerce ft. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postoffice as mail mat- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- fty of our subscribers prefer not to hare their subscript tlons interrupted and their files broken in case they fail 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. 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

: ? KBSCUBT AND FA] UVIOV PAS8WOKU 1- [ ( ■ - A MINISTER'S WORDS OF ADVICE JUv. Wihm of Newark. N. J., Ad* dresses th Striking Printers of Ph i iadeiphia—Throw W orth • law Sop to Labor—Vain Attempt to Serve Both Sides. a recent meeting of the striking printers of Philadelphia, Rev. Dr. E. A. IWasson, rector of St. Stephen's Pro- testant Episcopal church of Newark, N. J., delivered the following address: "Just as old Dr. Johnson liked to ■ee a bear dance, not because It danced well but because It danced at all, so I believe you like to hear a preacher talk on the side of labor, not because he talks well but because he talks on that side at all. "I don't believe tfiat worklngmen Can ever expect much from us min- isters as a class, for the reason that we are under the control of the class that Is hostile to organised labor. The rich employing class control the preacher, either directly as members of his con- gregation—and not only the honest ones, but all the biggest scamps of the cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

SOTTTHEBSr MEBCUBY 'AND FARMERS tftriOV PASSWOBEL OILERS ARE IN POLITICS i Announced That it is the Beginning of the Movement to Restore 1 Sovereignty. '' Washington, May 14.—The resolu- tion by the Anthracite Mine Workers' ; convention at Scranton, Fa., directing ' that the unions push the political | program of the American Federation I of Labor, was foreshadowed a year ' ago In an editorial by President John ' Mitchell, in the Mine Workers' Jour- ' nal, May 25. 1905. He said: "The resolutions adopted by the miners of District 2, who were sent to • Harrisburg to secure the passage of ■ remedial laws call for more than a i passing notice. They are In line with the resolutions adopted by the Penn- sylvania State Federation of Lubor and the resolutions adopted by the American Federation of Labor at Wilkesbarre, Pa., and Boston, Maps. "It Is Bimply the beginning of a movement 4o restore sovereignty to the people which has been insldnous- ly but surely wrested from them until now the p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

THE PASSING OF SAN FRANCISCO'S CHINATOWN r View in Sj\u Frv/ciscos CHINATOWN. FOR many years the law abiding and decent element of San Francisco has urged the blot- ting out of its Chinatown. No one denied its picturesqueness and its power to attract and interest. It was un- derstood fully that its abolishment would be deplored, by thousands who had iearned to look on it as the choicest and most lifelike-bit of oriental life in Amer- ica. It was even^realized that its ab- sence would make the city at the Gold- en Gate less unlike the other great cit- ies of the American continent—a condi- tion hot to be coveted. Nature has solved the problem. It was too involved for human solution, but the earthquake and the fire have accomplished it so thoroughly that no doubt remains. There may never be another San Francisco Chinatown on the old site. When the new city rises out of the desolation which has fallen upon the old one there will be little to recall the alien, albeit alluring, glimpse o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 May 1906

80T7TBBBN IfEBCUBT AND FABMOS UKIOK PASSWOHBl jp" <-.! m Standard Oil Company Accused of All Manner of Crimes* Chicago, May 11.—Corruption of railroad employes and agehts 6F inde- pendent oil companies, dishonest meth- ds of procuring land leases, the glvlhK f short measure and the selling of three different kinds of oil out of the lame tank and misrepresentations as to the quality of oil sold were chnrged against the Standard Oil company at rapterday's hearing before the Inter- itate commerce commission. Incident- ally. It was charged that the Frisco road gives a rate of 50 cents per 100 pounds to the Standard Oil company when it charges competitors of that corporation ten times as much for the lame haul. The investigation was held under an order of conprress. The principal witness of the day was E. M. Wllholt of Springfield, Mo., for more than ten years agent of the Standard Oil company at Topeka. Kan. It was he who made the chaiges of bribery and dishonesty against the company...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury snd Farmers Union Password ConsolidatedMay l( 1906. "T Vol. XXVI. No. 23 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, May 31, 1906 Y :: Mens and Boys Clothing This week in these two sections devoted to ready-to-wear gar- £ ments for males, we have some extraordinary bargains, to-wit: x Two Great Specials in Men's Two and Three-Piece Suits. J Garments carried over from last-, season. They coimUfc of a great • variety in dark and li<;ht shades. We have divided them into two ;; lots and knife che prices very deeply— LOT NO. 1—Range in price $15.00 to $22.50, choice at LOT NO. 2—Range in price $10.00 to $12.50, choice at These prices talk loader than words* $9.25 ii $6.25 II ii Half Price Sale of Children's Wash Suits A line of Children s Colored and White Wash Suits, mostly all • sizes, in odds and ends. They ai e not exactly soiled garments, but from handling they don't look quite as bright a some of our other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

SOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PAS8WOR& billi Voted for Kennedy bill. Voted for Southern Pacific Conwilidatton bill ' and against Anti-Free Pass bill. Cat-swell, O. P., Panola Co.—Voted (or Williams. Love and Kennedy bills. Voted to take up Southern Pacific Coneolld&tlon bill out of regular order but voted against its final passage. Voted for Anti-Free Pass bill. Carswell, R. E., Wise Co.—Voted for Williams, Love and Kenedy bills. Voted against Southern Paclfc Consolidation bill and for Anti-Free Pass bill. Chapman, R. W., Sabine Co.—Voted against postponement of Williams bill but was absent unexcused on Its final passage. Absent unexcused on^he en- gross of Love bill and absent excused on its final passage. Voted for Ken- nedy bill. Voted for Southern Pacific Consolidation bill and against the Anti- Tree Pass bill. Chesley, H. E., Hamilton Co.—Voted for Williams bill. Voted for engross- ment of Love bill but was absent ex- cused on its final passage. Absent ex- cused on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

mmm m, * • fH: Lands of Three Indian Tribes Will fee Transferal Lawton, Okla., May 26.—By a recent •ct of congress providing for the open- lB{ to homestead settlement of 505,000 •ores of (rasing lands belonging to the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache Indian \ tribes of Oklahoma, these Indians lose the last vestige of their landed rights Jon American soil, save the quarter-sec- tion tract of each, which the United States government has magnanimously and gratuously presented them with. These lands are the cuttings—the leavings—of the original four-milllon- acre grant which the government, by treaty, gave to the Indians in 1853, upon the return of the tribes from Mexico. The major portion of the orig- inal tract was opened to homestead set- tlement about five years ago and the remaining tract, save 25,000 acres com- prising what is known as the Fort Sill military wood reserve, was set aside for gracing purposes and retained for the Indians in lieu of the school lands Selected out of the port...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

United with ® FARMERS UNION PA8SW0RD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office. £7 Gaston Building, 218-215 Commerce St (Corner Lap$ar). Entered at th« Doffae,.Texas, postofflce as maH mat-.- ter of the second class. - , ; CESr—It Is found that a large major* irt prefer not to h*ve their subscrip- ind their files broken In ease thor ftQ ilratlori. It is therefore assume* that *aaeiaasi ti< n Interrupted 4 to remit before en continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing, or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will .nwelve. Atten- tion at the proper time. ,. flENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows wlwn your subscriptionwlll expire. Thus. Jan—B7 means" that . payment has. been received to January, 1907, including :tfie last1 issue of December, 1906: Two weeks are required after money has been received before the date on wrapper can be changed / Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

■OUTHKBH MKBCUftY AND TABMIRS UVION PASttWOBDL ,1 i i* ONSLAUGHT ON WATCH TRUST Washington, May 29.—An echo of Representative Rainey'g onslaught on the watch trust, which haa thoroughly •roused the Republican party, is found in a recent issue of the Dally Consular Reports. It is a tabulation showing the enormous growth of the American watch trade, as compared with that of England, and concludes with this quiet stroke in favor of protection: "Eng- lish manufacturers are complaining that the trade is being taken away from them by the competition they have to meet on account of free trade. About 3,000,400 watches made abroad are Im- ported into England annually." The tabulation shows that the production of watches in continental Europe has Increased from 2,500,000 in 18(2 to 6,000,000 in 1002; in the United States from 50.000 in 1862 to 2,750.000 in 1902; and In England from 164,000 in isfi to 266,000 in 1902. The information is taken out of the report of Consul Hamm, of Hull, England,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

'j 'r S0T7THBBN MEBCUBT AND FABH1B8 UHIOV PASSWORD Detectives "Mix" With All Classes of People i Soma of ths Experiences of 8leuthe of Dallaa Department One of the most Interesting places In Dallaa to-day, to lovers of "the quaint, the queer and the quizzical," is the de- tectives' storeroom at the city hall. A most interesting study is the collection stored here, and the methods used by Chief of Detectives A'exander ant}, his men in its capture better still, the criminals, who wielded the curious ar- ticles In the pursuit of their career. Here la to be found nearly all the ap- pliances known In the realm of crimi- nality.- Guns, slungshots, sandbags, knives, keys—whole sacks, of 'em—dark lanterns, drills, masks, armor, etc., are wor4s that might be used to paint a mental picture of this moat interesting collection. Twenty-two years have been spent by Chief Alexander in the capture of the lot, and In it is repre- sented the running to earth of hun- dreds of criminals, some of them o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

A A MEMORtALiWH '0 lsx^ar.thur^jJburdick fCOPVRIQHT BV^AOTMUta J.BURDICK I * I a «n- '({fo nml i'*za £0ME sleep 'nath the soft summer sun of the south** Where the flowers never fail and the vine ever springs; Where the sir bears perfume soil the echoes repeat The rapturous sonf that the mocking bird sings. ii CONE rest mid the valet and the hills of the north. Where the pine and the hemlock stretch sheltering arms; Where the warrin| winds pipe in the treetops as loud As the bugle once sounded its brazen alarms. The healing of the Wound— Veterans of a Common Flag jaPRIIj 21, 1861, General Robert E. Lee and his family bade farewell to their beautiful home of Arlington. For months they had been in a condition of great M ^ mental disquietude over the unhappy condition Into which the Union was drifting so inevitably. They realized agonizingly that the moment was near when a decision must be made. Their conception of duty was ideal, but it was waging bitter war against their inclinations....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 May 1906

[ $ t MODERN MAN IS STRONGER On Account of the Comforts of Civilized Life. Chicago, May 28.—"Life is a luxury and deserves all the luxuries which man can conquer from nature with his toil or his thought," M. M. Mangarlan declared yesterday In his closing lec- ture of the season before the independ- ent religious society. "The cry against luxury," he con- tinued, "is an evil symptom. It is the old spirit of asceticism in a new guise. Luxury is the gratification of the wants of civilized man. It is not true that luxury degrades a nation. If the Greeks and the Romans perished, so did the barbarous people and the se- verely simple Chartans. "The modern man is stronger and capable of greater - endurance not in spite of the comforts and luxuries of civilised life but because of them. When the life of society was more slm- 81a and severe, men could not stand lie strain to which the American or which the European is subjected to to- day. "Wealth against which the reform- ers raise their voi...

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