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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 June 1906

mm. -'avi, SSmw&s ffyffivjwBT t southern mebcuby and fishers uvion password. V, -- V WWHT OP NATIONAL COTTON COMMITTEE OF THE FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE . M ' \ UNION OF AMERICA. | To the Members of the Farmers' Educational and CoOperatirt i Union of America: We, your committee, beg leave to submit to you the follow- ing report of the conference of the growers and manufacturers of cotton held at Washington on May 1 and 2: We were met by more than two dozen spinners, representing five different or- ganizations in Europe and America. The various subjects before the conference were thoroughly discussed, and it was made clear that the matter of direct marketing of cotton ia entirety with us, the spinners being ready and anxious to buy our cotton direct from our warehouses. The spinner would like to have cheap cotton, but of much more importance to him is the maintenance of a uniform price—not necessarily the same price for years, but a price free from viplent fluctuations,...

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 — 21 June 1906

BOUT! MEBCUBY AND FABMEBS T7KION PASSWORD. 'ft «farm hands TO ORGANIZE Union Proposed for Workers for Wages in Rural Districts. STARTS IN TEXAS Dallas Han is Leading the Movement. Hot in Opposition^ Farmers' Union. There Is a movement on foot by a large number of rural, or farm, labor- ers to form an Independent organiza- tion for their mutual protection and advancement and F. V. Hardle the former representative of the Building Trades Council . and a well known labor organizer, ts ansiHtlng In forming this organization. Mr. Har- dle was seen by a reporter concerning this matter, and said: "Yes, U la true, .that such an organization Is now on foot and is everywhero receiving en- thusiastic support and encouragement. This organization when thoroughly perfected will meet a great and crying need. It will absolutely Insure the sta- bility and permanency of all organized labor. It will In no way militate against the Farmers' Union or any oth- er organization of labor, but it merely seeks ...

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 — 21 June 1906

Some of the Less Discussed Facts Concerning the Meat Pack- ing Business, One of the Country's Foremost Specialties V HE greatest Institution of its kind In the world, and certainly the most noteworthy institution of any kind in Chicago, is the in- dustry which has been developed by the live stock and meat pack- ing interests. As now carried on at the Union stockyards the live stock trade and the packing business are really distinct, but they are of necessity correlated and interdependent. The Union stockyards proper consists of about 500 acres of pens, buildings and facilities* for receiving, handling, feed- ing. watering, selling, weighing and de- livering from 25,000 to 130,000 or more animals a day, this being the approxi- mate record of actual receipts. The packing house district, familiarly known as "Packlngtown," contains an almost equal territory, covered with huge brick buildings devoted to the slaughter of animals and their con- version into "raw materials" for .finish- ed ...

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 — 21 June 1906

mother* mehccbt and farmebs wrio* pAsswoim HOME-COMING OF KENTUCKIANS Louisville, Ky„ June II.—Cloudy > ekles and pouring rain greets the first official day of "Home Coming Week" this morning. Fortunately the greater part of the exercises were scheduled to be held Inside the armory on Walnut atreet, and nothing could interfere with them. The weather, however, made it doubtful whether or not the great flo- ral parade which ia to be the feature of the afternoon will be held. The formal opening exercisea In the armory were set for 11 o'clock and it was the intention that visitors should proceed to the commencement on foot, but because of the rain this has been abandoned and people flocked to the armory In street cars, cartages and be- neath dripping umbrellas. Long before the hour at which the exercises of "Welcoming Day" were 1o commence, the great armory was filled completely. A. Y. Ford, chairman of the reception committee Introduced Rev. Hawes of Louisville, who deliv- ered the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 June 1906

* MMfi m — II Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lt 1905. Vol. XXVI. No. 27 Dallas( Texas, Thursday, June 28, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Navorro County Union meets July 5-7 with Pursley Union, 6 miles South* east of Purdon. Albert Gray. Sec. When you kick about excessire freight rates remember that Tom Campbell helped to make them. Greer Co., Okla.. is to have a big F. U. picnic July 26 to 28, at Man- gum. It will be one of the events of the summer. President Calvin fills appointments at Bowie, Madison vllle, Con roe, Hor- tense and Nacogdoches this week—a strenuous week. Bro. L. A. Crlbbs of Baker's Mill Un. ion, reports that the order is growing rapidly in Florida; his (Hamilton) county has about 500 members and is adding more every week. E. A. Calvin made an address at a picnic near Rockdale Saturday last. Joseph Howe of Gano also spoke. The Union people of that section are erect- ing ...

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 — 28 June 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AWD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HW MUD LECTURE BY SPEAKER Washington, June 25.—Speaker Can- non delivered a mild lecture to the membership of the house to-day by stating in the closing days of the pres- ent session more business of vital im- portance to the nation is to be trans- acted than in the three months pre- vious, and that It was absolutely nec- essary that close attention be given. By unanimous consent it was decided the house would sit to-night from 8 until 11 o'clock to consider the bill to simplify the^aw in relation to the col- lection of rertnucs. Mr. Payne of New York stated there were a number who believed they had messages to deliver to the country and ft had been decided to permit political speeches to be made on the above bill. HAS NO POWER. « Judiciary Committee Find* That Con- gress Cannot Regulate Insurance. Washington, June 25— Congress has no Tight to regulate insurance accord- ing to the senate committee on Judi- ciary. A report from that commit...

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 — 28 June 1906

I mm I I TRUST MAGNATES ARE IN JAIL Those Convicted and Srntenced Are Only Awaiting Commitment Papers* Price of Ice is Reduced in Toledo* Toledo, Ohio, June 2C.—The mana- gers of the five ice companies* who were yesterday sentenced to pay a fine of $5000 each and serve one year in the workhouse are locked up in the county jail. The commitment papers to the workhouse were not ready to-day. The men were not locked in the cells last night, but were confined In that fart of the jail occupied by the sheriff. The fact that all but-one pleaded guilty makes it impossible for the managers to get out on bond or appeal. The local price of ice Hvhich was In- creased 75 to 100 per cent by the com- bine, has dropped - from 30 to 40 per cent. WITNESS RECANTS TESTIMONY Swears That His Former Evidence Was False and That His Conscience Pricks Him—Sensation in Waco Trial. "Waco, Texas, June 26.—A sensation was sprung this morning in the trial of Mark Rice, charged with the murder of Luther Phelan. Aud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 June 1906

mumtuui MKUCUBY AND FABLERS UNION PAMWOfca United with ' FARMER8 UNION PA8SWORO. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PSR ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY , by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office. 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Coiner Lamar). ____ ISntered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as innll inct- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES.—It is found that n large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions Interrupted and their fl'es broken In eas^ they fail to remit before expiration. It is therefore nssumeC that continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subsc ribing or at any time during trie 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 moans that payment has been received to January, 1907. iucluainx the last tasue of December. 1906. Two weeks are require® after money lias been rec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 June 1906

*• iuUTHEBK VERCDBT AMD fAUUEBS OtlOH FASSWOBDl HAKES SENSATIONAL SPEECH IN EXECU- TIVE SESSION OF THE SENATE. ■ j' Washington, June 2S.—The wheels of congress worked with unusual rapidity today. There was the customary talk, but in both branches Important ac- tion. >v-iri taken and every energy seem- ed 1' ■ concentrated toward .bringing legix! ... . •; business to an end for the aumi'jHM l y Friday next week. In the senate the agricultural bill, containing the beef inspection amend- ment. was finally got to conference, after several days' delay, and several conference reports had been acted upon. ■ It was in the house that the interest centered. The substitute for the sen- ate pure-food bill was passed after much oratory and the conference re- port on the railroad' rule bill adopted. This, it Is thought, precludes the pos- sibility or tlie senate demanding that the measure be again sent to 'confer- ence. The senate passed a joint resolution directing that the Sulphur Springs re...

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 — 28 June 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD, l<HIHHIHH HMHI III IMH 11 > Saint Louis Financier Tells About the South i I. Industrial and Commercial Independence is Told of by Festus J. Wade— J Position of the Lone Star State. .♦♦I III M Ml 111111 MM I M 1111' I M 1111 III I * ♦♦ UNIFORM WAREHOUSE PLANS Strong Arkansas Letter—Some Pointed Queries and Strictures* Wants Less Officialtsnj* The following article from the pen of Festus J. Wade, president of the Mer- cantile Trust Company of St. Louis, on "The Independence of the South," was recently published In the American Banker, of New York. All the world knows the south on account of the beauty of the women, the chivalry and courage of the men. All the world knows the South, where His Majesty "King Cotton" reigns. All the people of the United States know of the Solid South, and they all know of the New South as proclaimed by that wonderful southern orator, Henry W. Grady, when he opened the eyes of the north to his New South In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 June 1906

i > wm. 3s .' w I*"' •*-" i- Busiest Season of All For the Youngsters Who Are Now Learning to Be Generals S INCE-the ttnre of the Spanish- American war the Military academy at West Point haB been almost completely revo- lutionized in its methods. When a younger generation of officers came trick from Cuban and Philippine fields to fill positions of authority fit the na- tional academy they were brought to realise the many deficiencies of the old system. They appreciated the ne- ' sesslty of more extended practical training for the young men who were 10 .soon to be placed in positions of mire or less responsibility in the army. With lessons of practical experience fresh In their own minds, they were able to discriminate between what was modern and necessary and that which was neither. Gradually, as the opportunity pre- sented. these men Willi new blood in their veins introduced wholesome change* and- in time the character of the 'institution was modified radically. They have made o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 28 June 1906

uudHEHN MEBCUBY AND FABMERS UNION PASSWOBDl 5® ADDRE88 OF PRESIDENT E. A. CALVIN QF THE STATE FARMERS' UNION OF TEXA8. Delivered in Washington, D. C., May 2, 1906, Before the Con- vention of Cotton Growers and European Spinners. ' Mr. Calvin said: 4 "The Farmers' Union, with itB 400,000 or more members, H great majority of whom live in the cotton growing regions of ilie South, is vitally interested In every movement which concerns the production or marketing of cotton. One of the purposes of the organization is to bring together in closer relations the pro- ducer of the raw material and those who convert it into the finished product It is to the mutual Interest of the cotton grower and the cotton manufacturer that the staple Bhall take the most r| direct route from the field to the factory, and that as little ex- pense as possible should be incurred from the beginning to the end of that Journey. Is is also a matter of vital importance to both the producer and the manufacturer that t...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 July 1906

«al4t t i> I* k it*?- Srr. UNITED WITH SB?rs&M Southern Mercury Established t88Q. Farmers Union Password Estabtishecl 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmara Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905; Vol. XXVI. No. 28 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, July 5, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Alvord, Texas, now has a fine $10,- 100 co-operative gin enterprise. A big Farmers' Union picnic was held at Marlow, I. T., last Saturday. Cleburne Co. (Ark.) Union met with Wilburn local last Friday, with fair at- tendance. Organizer Burgess of Mississippi re- ports great activity In union circles in that State. A good physician wishing a desirable location and practice can learn of such by addressing a letter to this office. / A very enjoyable and Instructive county meeting county meeting, it .is stated, was held-at Brazil (Craig's Store) on June 28, 29, on the occasion of Valine county quarterly meeting. Jasper Boyett is filling lecture dates tn Ouchlta Parish, La. He enkindles warmer union interest wherever he ...

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 — 5 July 1906

% MEDICAL BOARD. NORMAL BOARD OF EXAMINERS State Superintendent of Instruction Makes His Appointments. Austin. Texas, July 3.—State Su- perintendent R. B. Cousins yesterday announced tlio summer normal t>oar<1 of examiners for tlie present summer. The said board will convene on July 17. 1906, and will remain in session five or slat weeks. There are 13 sum- mer normal institutes in the State, and It is estimated that there are in at- tendance at these summer normal in- stitutes at least 10,000 teachers, about 60 per cent of which will take the ex- aminations for second grade, first grade, and permanent certificates. The following is a complete list of the sum- mer normal board of examiners: J. Si Carlisle, chairman. Denton; A. E. Day, Center; J. H. Newton, Dodd City; Ceo. D. Beasan, Graham; S. L. Horn beak. Waxahachie; W. C. Wil- liams. San Antonio; A. W. Evans, Uvalde: W. S. Hale, Richmond; Nath- an Wilson. Moulton; T. A. Brown, Austin: T. C. Hickman, Del Rio; L. C. Gee, Van A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 July 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND VAB9URS UNION PASSWORD, •WHERE ARE WE AT?" There are bo many things happening (bat we are not surprised at any one saying, "Where Am I At?" Truly, Roosevelt has done some very Democratic things, a«d some of tho Democrats are quite Republican in their Views. Roosevelt and Bryan are both .very socialistic. The Democratic and the Republican parties are honey- combed with socialism. Relief for the tolling masses Is along the lines of bus- iness rather than of party. What a grand and glorious opportunity for all of us to lay aside our party prejudice and Vote for Betsy and the babies. Some who read this may say, "Well, no one can vote himself rich." No. but We have voted the other fellow rich. He not only used his brains, but he has used our energy. We are the means by which he has made himself rich and kept us poor. The non-partisan principle of the Farmers' Union is one of the best features about it. We can investigate the money question, the tariff question or any...

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 — 5 July 1906

wm SOUTHEBN MERCUBT A WD TltWji UMOV PAS8W0RBI <*;iA UnTted with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY j. • by the V-' FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 fluston Building, 213-215 Commerce •t. (Corner Lamar). Entered- at the Dallas, Texas, postofflc© as mall mat- ter of the second clasp. DISCONTINUANCES.—It in found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions Interrupted and their flies broken In case thc-y fall to remit' before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is devlred unless subscribers order discontin- uance, etther 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 y«ur subscription will expire. Thus. Jan—07 means that payment lias been received to January, 1907, Including the last issue of December, 1908. Two weeks are required after money 1...

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

VOIJTHEBN MBSCUBT AVOPABIOW TOM* PAftflWOUV reOWHEHT AMERICANS MEET DEATH ON tffi W TRAIN WRECK- Salisbury. En*-, July 3.—The injured PMHengera in tho American line spe- cial which was wrecked bere at 2 o'clock yesterday morning, are all doln| well tills morning with -the ex- ception of K. W. Sentel of Brooklyn. Mid Miss Margaret fiaak of England, who are in a dangerous condition at the infirmary. Miss Rusk's legs have been amputated. ♦ ♦ ♦ Wreckage Cleared Away. The scene of yesterday's disaster to the American line special from Ply- mouth, having on board passengers who landed there from the steamer New York, presents little evidence to- day or the havoc wrought by the wrecic of the express train, all wreckage hav- ing been cleai-ed away. The engineer- ing staff of the railroad company is still seek i nt; an explanation for the im- mediate cause of derailment, but tliuj far have been unable to do so or are not ready to say to what the catastro- phe is attributable. No further deat...

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 — 5 July 1906

-f ' 0OUTHEBN MEBOUBT AND FARMFR8 UNION PA88WOB1& ENDORSES THE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY. Belton, Texv June 20, 1906. Kfr. John T. Garner, Dalies, Tex.— Dear Sir and Brother: Yours of the 15th inst. to hand And contents noted. In reply, beg to state that your prices on cotton sacking, like your prices on twine, oat and whttrt bags, are good, but I am In the same position on cotton sacking that confronted me on twine and bags, namely: That it seems almost impossible to get all the boys to co-operate and make up n large order, and reap the benefit you are able to offer us. Nevorthe- less, it goes without saying that the great benefit you have been to us in furnishing us prices with which to hammer down the local market is hard to overestimate. Your prices on a car of twine indi- cate a saving of $893, and on oat sacks over $300. This indicates a saving to Bell County, inside of one month, of $1195 on two articles. It is true, that we failed to embrace this opportu- nity, but this was ...

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 — 5 July 1906

rar;' ' - nrrrv,TT. -rr>;—r-n-.T- * '-V # " '" ' '' w •' I1 I \ Thomas Paine, American Patriot and Citizen The Great Commoner of Mankind"—CKampioi\ of Liberty In Three Lands—Called the Real Author of the Declaration of Independence >« ^ §'i \ fi I AS a revulsion of fuel- ing • set in toward Thomas Paine? There are many signs to in- dicate an affirmative answer. One is found in the fact that his bust was admitted to Independence hall last year, after having been refused admis- sion for a long time previously. An- other is shown by the recent acceptance of his statue by the city of New Ro- chelle, N. Y., and the designation of tho old lane that led up to his house as 65*5385831 t m Paine was the real author of the Dec- laration of Independence. Books have been written during the last quarter century to prove Paine's authorship of this most famous of po- litical documents. The most conspicu- ous advocates of the idea are Van Bu- ren Denslow and William Henry Burr. Among the proof...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 5 July 1906

S0T7THBBV MEBCUBY AND FABMBB8 UNIOH PASSWORD. : >11 HUIIIH«ltllHllllllllllllllHmHHMIIIIIH ; i Asks Southland to Preserve Its Heritage j An Article Written for The Mercury-Password by William Lomes, on "Industrial Education." ! nilllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHMlMWWMHtlMIIIIIM' There Is no doubt but that Indus- trial education, especially along agri- cultural lines, will be Introduced In to the public school system of this state In the near future. For quite a long time the necessity and benefit of this . has been strongly urged by the most Advanced of our farmers, and leading educators. And it certainly does seem ; Btrange that the correct knowledge of 1 one of our most vital Industries, one on ' which the life of the community, of the nation, absolutely cfependH, should j have been left so long in such an un- defined and undeveloped state. Every f other phase of life has had its ad- . vancing development, even in agricul- ture the mechanical appliances have wonderfully advanced, but the co...

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