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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 June 1906

A ra :/ 4-.. Jm ' ; Jk£;' ' ■ gpf| V . Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Vol. XXVI. No. 24 nt "UNITED WITH UNION ftA Southern Meroury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv 1906. Dallas* Texas. Thursday, June 7, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum J. W. Houchin was unanimously chosen as manager of the Farmers' District Market House at Durant, I. T. Faulkner Co. Union met at Guy, Ark., And transacted some business. A leg- islative committee was appointed. Farmers must learn to control their own business before they can reason- ably think about controlling others'. Lecturer W. T. Ridings of Williamson county will speak at Florence Saturday next, and at Prairie Lee at night. J. B. Ford, Bellevue, Tex., Is chair- man of the relief committee and dona- tions for the cyclone sufferers should be sent to him. Bell is Uanham's choice for govern- or. This means that If Bell is elected we will have another term of Lanham- ism, nepotism and official domination....

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 — 7 June 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS A CLASH OF CLASSES Kaiser Recogn zes Force Wielded by the Industrials—Prof. Lawrence Laohling Talks. Berlin, June 2.—Prof. J. Laurence £.aughlin of the University of Chicago, who leaves Berlin to-day after a suc- cessful lecture course under the auspi- ces of the Prussian ministry of educa- tion. sees a mighty close struggle Im- pending in Germany between the aris- tocratic and official classes who have family and position, but no money, and the wealthy Industrial classes who have amassed fortunes and wield pow- er. but lack social standing. "The Kaiser did not tell me so him- self." said Prof. Laughlln, "but 1 am re- liably informed that he is among the foremost in recognizing the force wielded by the industrials and Is will- ing to assist In the task of breaking down the artificial barrier which with- holds recognition from the men who have created and now represent mod- ern German economic prowess. Em- peror William expressed to mo the opinion that th...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 June 1906

• ^ *,. ' v- ...... ""rt rtr, _ ..- ^-. ~W:™ >r Increased A create In Cotton Claimed ;; Interviewe with Dallas Implement Jobber* on the Situation. 44.4..i..t..|..;..|„|..|i.|„H„H..|..H..|. .t..|..H,.t..i.. ..|..|..t..n..{..|M|. . . .t..|.4. . . . .t. .>i.|..t-4. B0T7THEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. From Interviews gained with the beads of a number of large Implement bouses located in this city It Is learned that the crop prospects at the present time are very favorable and nearly all of those persons Interviewed regarding the situation were very optimistic re- garding the outlock. In some sections of the state more or less damage Is re- ported to wheat on account of exces- sive rains while In other portions dam- age is reported because of drouth. To the uninitiated and new-coiner this Statement appears to be rather of the paradoxic order, for it Is very hard for some people to realize that the tillable area of this state is so large that one section can be suffering w...

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 — 7 June 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FABMUS UNION PASSWORD. United with FARMER8 UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. & PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofftce as mall mat- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken in case they fall to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWAL8—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan—07 means that payment has been received to January, 1907, Including the last issue of December, 1906. Two weeks are required after money has been received be...

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 — 7 June 1906

SOUTHERN HEBCUBT AMD PARVUS UWIOBT PA88WOB& . r 18'.; I P 1 KS.; J. (From Sunday's Times Herald.) ENERAL BELL'S backers are working overtime and are play- ing the old tricks of politicians," re- marked Old Polltican yesterday. "Gen- eral Bell's army is made up mostly of field officers, recruiting sergeants and newspapers. To a certain extent the corporations are behind General Bell and this accounts for the field mar- shals. recruiting sergeants and mould- ers of public thought in certain cities and towns working overtime. General Bell has greater strength in Austin than in any town in Texas. The state machine Is pushing him and the news- paper correspondents are friendly to the machine. But the work of the corre- spondents is raw. The word has been passed along the line to push Bell and Campbell In newspaper interviews and the boys are pushing them. General Bell is being advertised as the con- servative candidate and Colonel Camp- bell as the radical candidate. And the people a...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 June 1906

i' " ■:'? ' ' ' • . ' ' 'yy :?T Botrrmnur lnsscrrsr axd fabwsbs gnatnmon Farmers Warehouses Plans Are Being Formed for a System Through- out the State =2 In the Department of Bconomlcs of the Houston Post, edited by that force- ful, thoughtful writer, Hon. E. O. Center, appears the following Interview With Pres. E. A. Calvin, which gives the greader a quite comprehensive situa- tlon: "How do you expect jto get funds with which to build warehouses all over .Texas V "The* termers and business men of each community will take care of that. The trade advantages that will result to the town which gets a warehouse Will be so great that It will only be necessary to show the feasibility of the plan to get all the financial support that Will be needed for It." "It Is proposed, then, to make each ware-house strictly a local enterprise?" "No, for that would, to a large ex- tent, prevent the accomplishment of the objects we have in view. Each enters prise shall have a local management, and there...

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 — 7 June 1906

,,^v; V [J The Zulus and the African Problem iyyii)Vuvvvuv,uvv^Ar>v>i*i<*i<v*i*' The British, Always Critical of Uncle Sam's Manage- ment of the Indians, Now Have Their Opportunity vf Yt- i •K 0V>;! • ft '■>* 41 I British k v« always been lnetl u io be critical of Uncle Sam's methods of deal- ing with the Indians. They have found frequent opportunity to ■lgh ponderously over the policy which employed force as Its essential feature and to lament that the extinction, of the native races was so Imminent. From a lofty moral standpoint—which Is the sure vantage ground of the Ideal states- man—these grandiose generalities have been more or lfyre effective. In the light of Great Britain's own experi- ence at colonization they are meaning- less jargon. For other powers besides the United States have had their "try" at It. Great Britain, with its incurable thirst for territorial expansion, has been brought face to face with so much of it that it should hesitate to- speak of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 June 1906

44 GOT TO HAVE MONEY ft erg Journal: "I am going to fewer acre* In feed crop* this than before, and ao la every tar in West Tex#s. "I am going to pay less attention to the garden and truck patch this year than ever before, and n is every far- in West Texas. "I am going to let the poultry busl- go and not bother with it this year, and all the other farmers are go- tog to likewise. "But I am going to plant every acre In cotton I can cultivate and keep my i.children out of school to help me make and.gather It. And my wife can leave the baby in the shade of a bush and help.a good deal, and I will send back tat East Texas for wine niggers to pick what we all can't pick. I know there's • great stir against bringing niggers Into the country, and I know that my team* and my milk cowa will be half starved, and there will be no time for pleasure and enjoyment for any of us, and the children Will be greenhorns when thay go.out into the world and mix with those classes of people who don't work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

1? mm. i IP m Ik : M-- mk iter •„. Hii S|fi£ •■UNITED WITH-' UNION PA Southern Mercury Established I88O. fim ■ lv3gS * ' '§M Farmers Union Password Established 1003. •outhern Mercury snd Farmsrs Union Password Consolldstsd May lv IOOB. Vol. XXVI. No. 25 # Dallas, Texas, Thursday, June 14* 1906 $1.00 Per Annum EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF Undermuslins Read this liat carefully, the offerings are worth your investigation. We are showing' a large and beautiful line of the daintiest av. s*l as the plain but serviceable styles. The lew prices are the result « r an ex- tremely fortunate purchase that we made months ago when muslins and embroideries were much cheaper than today. Drawers—Drawers of good cambric, embroidered flounce or lace edge, tucks, the 50c value for 35* Drawers of_ cambric or nainsook, embroidered flounce and tucks or lace Insertion and edge, best material, the 75c values for 50c, the •8c values for 75* Drawers of fine cambric or nainsook, elaborately, trimmed with lace inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

xaoMsmd Koum granny* CIKV amaagH KOHXIMX e ' (Worn Sunday's Times Herald.) "W rELL, the Greeks are com- ing laden with gifts," re- marked Old Politician yesterday. "David Rowland Francis is a Greek. He is laden with gifts and a knife red with Democratic blood. He knifed the Democratic party in HM and again in 1MQ. He will knife the party again in 1W8 if it is to the inter- est of David Rowland Francis. Mis- souri cast her electorial vote for Theo- dore Roosevelt in 1904. Who was re- sponsible? David Rowland Francis and the organisers. Forty thousand Democrats refused to vote the Parker and Davis ticket, and eight Republican congressmen were elected. The tali went with the hide. After the most dis- astrous defeat in political history Da- vid Rowland Francis and his followers have turned to William .Jennlng Bryan. David Rowland Francis let loose the Bryan boom last week, and the con- vention went crasy. Of course, the Democratic party today haa but one leader, and^one duty who has the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

1. ' 1 I >11. fiuafPf^iM H'.f.; .'- 1 SOUTHERN MEBCTTRY AND FARlha&tNIOH PAflSWOBIX * '*L" ' <Y« \ ■ ■ v,--- MORESTARTLING EVIDENCE ADDUCED BE- INTERSTATE COMMISSION. . Philadelphia, June 7.—Testifying be- ^ fore the Interstate commerce commls- - ^ton tg-day Joseph K. Aiken, who has been chief clerk of the superintend- ent's office of the Monongahela divi- sion of the Pennsylvania railroad, re- vealed as almost startling evidence as that given by Joseph P. Boyer before the commission yesterday. On tlu> salary which he said varied from >30 to $126 per month Aiken had pur- chased stock in the different cool com- panies Amounting to nearly $75,000. He adimtted having received? gifts'^ cash from the coal operators on the Pennsylvania lines and, had also re- ceived $50 a month for several months from the company store. P*:' n re [Will be thorough. Interstate Commerce Commission Will Qo to Bottom of Matter. . - Philadelphia, June 7.—Thoroughness Is the character of the inv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

Ifiras 1 United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THUR8DAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Msin Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce aa mall mat- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES^—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken In case they fall . to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- , -uance,. either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when >0w subscription will expire. Thus, Jan—07 means that payment lias been received to January, 1907, including the last Issue of December, IMS. Two weeks are required after money has been received before the date on wrapper can be c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

tOUTHEBN KKBCnST IBB li mnoHP. ^g=s^=5========sg=g===agg=gg5ag^ . . gssgsassagssssgssasssgssg--—-.^^ ' ______ Wh/skoy, Tobacco and Drug Addictions P- jflANENTLV. '■*< ' . CmUihI in of these —rritlen Iwn Ik* mat Iwaliakk «mu( kuuu luullr la heir to. Omc ■ man become* a victim, he earn Mt free kla- •elf from Ita elntebea. TUa cmhj will •verrlie every resolve ar the at eat aa> cn4 pledie. We have • combination at reaiedea that will care aar caae am earth la tea daya wit he at pala, haraa ar lalarjr. We have aearaa at testimonials aa file treat gaai people who are perfect- ly restored* Below we prist aome vol- aatarllr laralaket far publications letter from J. E, Caldwell. Vresident Willis Mercantile Company, also one of the managers for Mistrot Bros. He Co. of Qatveston: Huntsvllle, Tex., April i, 1906. For the good of humanity I want to state that for years I was un inebriate nii<|, believing my trouble a disease, I tried the most famous institutions or sanitariums treating t...

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 — 14 June 1906

BnHMRPMMHMNll HP!wmw^-: ■' - „ gp ■■■' :> -■ •*'•' ' n - '• • ' J*f$" • • • •0T7THEBN MSBCUBT AlfD FABVRfl T7VIOV PAMWOSIl ====== 1 ' Bsg±aggggfcaaaagg=g=g sail ■ V ' .i \ ■ STARTED BY THE MANUFAC- TURERS' ASSOCIATION AT CHICAGO I W> Chicago, June 9—The Illinois Manu- facturer's association and the Chicago Commercial association, the two larg- Alt, organisations representing trade and industry In the Middle West, began today a plan of co-operative Investiga- tion of the conditions at the Union Stock Tarda. The aim of the associa- tions la declared to be to prosecute a thorough inquiry into packing town conditions and make a report of their findings to the president at Washing- ton. The two associations met sepa- rately yesterday afternoon and arrang- ed for lnvestigatlona, and the first sug- gestion of co-operation was made by Pcesident D. R. Forgan of the Commer- cial association, as he was considering the personnel of the committee of in- quiry the meeting had empowered him ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

X Some of Uncle Sam's Indian Wards The Modern Crow &. Living Refutation of the String, "The Only Good Indian Is k De\d Indian" CHS We l - *a * S; i IlTHOUQH such action has been anticipated for some time. It has not yet been made public when the United States government actually intend* to open the lands of the Crow Indian reserva- tion 1A Montana to white settlers. It la a fact that a considerable district in the lofty plateau and noble valley re- gion of the Yellowstone and Big Horn rivers has been ceded to the United states by the Indian owners and in time, possibly during the summer, will be offered to actual seekers of home- steads. The Crow reservation proper in- cludes 4,000,000 acres, but only a por- tion of this vast domain, about 1,000,000 acres, will be thrown open to settle- ment. The ceded portions lie north of the old Fort Custer military reserve and include more than a hundred miles In the famous valley of the Big Horn river and nearly 250 miles of the vailey of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 June 1906

- . : jr:.T ■ BOTTTHEBN MERCUBT AND FABHBB8 UNION PASSWOB1X CORPORATIONS PROHIBITED FROM MAKING CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS. Washington. June 8.—The bill pro- hibiting corporations from making campaign contributions was passed by the senate this afternoon without de- bate. It makes it unlawful for any na- tional bank or corporation under a gov- ernment charter, to make a contribu- tion in connection with any election and unlawful for any corpomlion what- ever to make a contribution to any presidential congressional election whatever. A fine of not exceeding $5f!f0 i« the penalty for offending corporations, and a fine of n.ot exceed- in" HI 000 for nny officer or director who shnll consent to the granting of ttny contribution. The policy of congress In recognizing the Services of attorneys In the set- tlement of Indian claims, where an agreement of treaty exists between the government and trilr s, was roundly denounced. The dif=ciip«t«n wns toeeun by Mr. Tillman, who objected to the provi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 June 1906

"T' .'V H 7v f .•r t ' i i «• i y m w*5#*"""• " • •'•. UNITED WITH e n M k r —g——g—— ■ Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. 8outhern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May ly 1908; Vol. XXVI. No. 26 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, June 21, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Arkansas State Union will meet in Little Rock Aug. 7, 8 and 9. i ■ How many subscribers will you se- cure this month? Spread the light The Locals near Blum, Tex., are ar- ranging for a big picnic on July 6-7. Newton County Union held quite a successful meeting on Saturday last at Neosho, Mo. Alfred M. Colwick of The Mercury- Password can respond to occasional lecture calls. The Farmers' Union held a picnic on June 16-16 at Hird school house, near Ada, I. T. _ Hon. Peter Bradford of Whitt, Tex., Is another strong Union speaker open to lecture calls. The . District Union at Magazine, Ark., has bought grounds there for a cotton yard and warehouse. Any prosperous community needing a goo...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 June 1906

< i BOITTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOROL «* -f ; Luxuriant Growth of Alfalfa in Texas j > Herbert Vatiderhoof Write* Interestingly of the Productive Soil in Dal- ia* County—Usefulness of Alfalfa. 11 M 1111♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ The following article l>y Herbert Vanderhoof. appeared recently In the Pes Moines <Ia.) State Capital: '•In northern Texas lies a country called Dallas. Through this country there runs a stream named the Trinity river and another called Mountain creek, which joins this river, the Trin- ity. Along this river, and, In fact, through the whole country, the land 13 fertile correspondingly productive, and to this territory has been applied tlio sobriquet "the Black Land Kelt," the land being black waxy, and, as lias been said, extremely productive. "With a land as rich as this, with the products of the enrtii so abunddant, the question arises, "What product of the earth yields more to the acre than any other, and what product of this para- dise of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 June 1906

r> - l 4 1 ■ * / m f U' THE DALLAS, TEXAS, DEMOCRAT. (From Sunday's Times Herald.) Governor Joseph folk, of Missouri, has been appointed chairman of the New York re- ception committee, appointed to receive Hon. William Jennings Bryan on bis return from foreign shores. This act of the New Yorkers la unpardonable. They should have named Hon. David Rowland Francis. By the way, the chum of Mr. Francis ran away from Hadley and his Investigators in Mis- souri, and at last accounts he was In New York enjoying life hugely. Mr. H. O. Pierce is Mr. Francis' chum. Jewell P. Llghtfoot went to St. Louts expressly to hear Mr. Pierce's testi- mony before Commissioner Antony, sit- ting in the Standard Oil case. Mr. Llghtfoot is deeply interested In that phase of the investigation which bears upon Mr. Pierce and the Waters-Pierce Oil company, of which Pierce Is the head. In 1900 the Waters-Pierce Oil company was ousted from 'be state of Texas on the charge that it was allied with the Standard Oil...

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 — 21 June 1906

BOUT! MEJtt'UHT AVO fAUMSiW UH1UJT PAS8W0SDL fv' ■■■' > m ■ United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. I Milled Weakly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. f PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Uain Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce 'Bt. (Corner Lamar). Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mail mat- ter of the second class. ♦ DISCONTINUANCES.'—It Is found that a large major- ity of oiir subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken in case they fall to remit before expiration. It is therefore assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. 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 mone...

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