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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 26 July 1906

. www m- —" WMWi ^'- Sra£?1 •OUTHKKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD BAILEY IN THE LIME LIGHT T .y*S \r A Xr III Cosmopolitan Makes a. Very Scorching Reply to Senator Bailey's Recent Speech. Jl? Senator Joseph Bailey was quite right in hig speech of defense in the Senate- on June 27 when he held that Mr. David Graham Phillip"' exposure of him in the Cosmopolitan was not as blighting as could be desired by those who would like to see the United Bt*tes Senate purged of such men as the Texan. It is true lhat Mr. Phillips •id not present his facts in-a form that would warrant the ranking of Mr. Bailey with Mitchell of Oregon and Burton of Kansas, both of whom were Indicted by grand Juries, tried by petit Juries, and sentenced by judges for .their crimes. Mr. Bailey Is undeniably S. skillful lawyer, and It would ••indeed be surprising were he ignorant of the act of keeping on the safe side of the taw while pursuing those activities which have within a tew years raised him from poverty...

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 — 26 July 1906

I HH0MSSV4 NOTNA SHSKHVi QNV AHA3H3K KH3Hia09 ANSWERS TO THE ASSEMBLY Labor Organization Questions the Candidates. The committee appointed by tin Trades Assembly to draft questions to be submitted to the candidates for represent- ative, drew up the following m'lf-ex- planatory queries and submitted a copy to each candidate In the race. Dallas, Texas, July 3., 1906. Mr Candidate for Denr Sir—You are asking the voters of this district to choose you as their representative, and in order to know whether or not you will truly represent their desires as to legislation, they are Interested In knowing what your views are on mat- ters that will fall under your attention If elected. Accordingly representatives of the Farmers' Unions of Dallas were Invited to a conference with a commit- tee from the Dallas Trades assembly and the conference decided to seek In- formation as to your attitude on the measures described below. Will you Indicate in the space left after each measure how you will stan...

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 — 26 July 1906

i-. h-r p- ►-. v 5 Now It Is Seeing by Telephone An Oregon Man Has Produced a Machine Which Makes It Possible to See the Person at the Other End of the Phone The Most Eminent Sci- entists Have Long De- clared the Idea Chi- merical, but a Plain, Hardworking Ma- chinist In a Portland Car Shop Has Shown Them How Easy It Is to Be Mistaken. * Thousands of visitors to the Oregon centennial exposition last summer, all skeptical and prepared to be humbugged, were convinced that the claims of J. B. Fowler of Portland to have discovered a marvelous new device were worthy of further investigation. The inventor called his novelty the "teleYue," or "seeing telephone," and announced that by means of it one might see the image of the person to whom he was tele- phoning. The televue exhibited at Portland was a crude affair—quite as primitive in Its construction atad imperfect in its per- formance as was the Bell telephone exhibited at the Philadelphia centen- nial In 1876. It is a fact that more th...

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 — 26 July 1906

SOUTHERN MERCUBT AWD TARMEM UYIOV PAS8W0RH RUSSIAN DOUMA IS AT LAST DISSOLVED A - ■ loag Expectcd Blow Has Fallen—Henceforth Force will be the Waste Victory of Reactionaries Appears to be Complete. Trepoff Marked For Death. i St. Petersburg, July 22.—3 a. m.: It Is reported upon the bent of authority that the days of the douma are num- bered and the decree, prepared ten days ago dissolving It, and which has waited ever since the signature of the c*ar, has now been signed and the promulgation of it Is awaiting certain events which are expected to transpire within the next twenty-four hours. A council is in progress at the palace In Peterhof, at which there are present the czar and all of his reactionary ad- visers. It has been in progress for nine hours and It is understood that all of the consequences that would follow the promulgation of the decree have been carefully canvassed. The result may be soon known. Since noon on Saturday, regiment lifter regiment of Infantry has filed Int...

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 — 2 August 1906

i ■1... rvr***v "UNITED WITH* HI u D Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lf 1905. Vol. XXVI, No. 32 Dallas# Texas, Thursday, August 2, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum COL. TOM CAMPBELL'S MANAGER ARRIVES AND OPENS HEADQUARTERS IN DALLAS. Mr. McMeans is Confident of Three Hundred Votes on First Ballot. Candidates Occupy Their Old Positions—Belated Election News From Over State. Hon. S. A. McMeans, T. M. Camp- bell's campaign manager, arrived In the city this morning and is now at the St. George hotel, where he will re- main until the convention is over. Mr. McMeans was seen by a Times Herald reporter this morning, and stated that he was positive that Camp- bell would be the-next governor of Texas. He also stated that he was sure of 300 votes in the convention for Campbell on the first ballot. Mr. McMeans basis his estimate upon the convention and not the plurality vote, and also the information r...

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 — 2 August 1906

pf • p.' - SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS CTCION PASSWORD PARTY BOSSES ARE SWATTED Political Trust is Nation's Greatest Menace Today. To The Times Herald: Shall we select tfr next governor for Texas at the dictation of a congres- sional or sensational trust? Shall we crown with the immortal ba>'R. any man because our "Little Fathers." who would furnish us our po- litical pabulum predlgesteil, arc sup- porting him? Shall we place in clmrge of our most Cherished rights and vital interests patriots or chronic officeseekers. cour- ageous leaders or camp followers, siiifly politicians or reul statesmen? Ttye political trust is now the great- est menace to the perpetuity of our republican form of government, though many of its breveted members now sol- emnly assure us that the corporate trusts nre the most deadly enemies of mankind, and that the tariff is the mother of them all. In response" to this characteristic declaration of the supposed guardians of our most sacred rights anil liber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 2 August 1906

•ODTHEHN MEBCURY AND FABMERS UNION PAS8WOR1X r *' I 1 ■" !v\ RUSSIAN THRONE FACES GRAVE PERIL ONLY SALVATION FOR NICHOLAS IS THE CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRATS. .V London. July 28.—It is now very evi- dent that the Constitutional Democrats are not satisfied with the manner ,in which the members of the douma have taken the management of the affairs of J1}<J malcontents In hand. Judging froih circulars and addresses sent out by them it may assumed that they ex- pected to be entrusted with the lead-" ership and while it is not expected that they will form a secession ele- ment they may, in the future, insist upofr. being given more power in the couacfls of the revolutionaries. A rumor has gained credence of late that all is not peace in the ranks of the Constitutionals. The more progressive leaders are ready to make common cause with the government in return for the appointment of a ministry rep- resentig their faction, while the rank and file is more inclined to Join hands with the radic...

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 — 2 August 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FABMBRS UHIQIf PA88WOBK / >>L;^y; . United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building. 21.1-215 Coinmcrce mt. (Corner Lnmar). - Enteral at the Dallas, "Texas, postof/Vc sh mall mat- ter of the second class. DISCONTINUANCES.—-It is found tlmt a Uiritc major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have th-.-lr subscrip- tions interrupted and their fl'es broken In cose thry fall to remit before expiration. It In therefore assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing or at any time during the yedr. Instructions for discontinuance will receive tuten- tiOfl t the proper time. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when yonr subscription will expire. Thus. Jan—07 in :«n« ,haL payment has been received to Jnnuary. 1U07. Including the lust issue of December, 13015. Two weeks are rtwiulrwd after m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 2 August 1906

BOTTTHEBN MEBCUBY AND FA.BMER8 UNION PAMVOIU ,:^wm > £ COLONEL BRYAN'S IRISH ADDRESS I T,onion, July M.—William Jennings Bryan was a guest of the Irish club last evening, where he was given a great reception. John Redmond, lead- er of the National party, and several other political leaders, were present and made speeches. Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor, president of the United Irish league, greeted Mr. Bryan, who in re- plying, claimed to be of Irish extrac- tion, ju fact he yas part Irish, part English and part Scotch, but added he, "I'm ail American." He made an elo- quent' ' acknowledgment of the help IrfWh1mt n had been to America. He sai(J that no people had shown them- selves as capable of participating In any department of America's national life as the Irish. He said it was not strange therefore, that everything af- fecting' the welfare of Ireland, found a feady response in the United States, regardless of party or creed. Mr. Bry- an said that although the majority of Irishmen in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 2 August 1906

boo i dEHN MERCURY AND FABMERS UNION PASSWORD. . W # • > I SOME SKETCHES OF THE CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR £T 4W Off fat/ C.K.dE^L 0//C£ JDl/G FQA 4 I Judge C. K. Bell. Judge C. K. Bell Is S3 years old. He was born In Tennessee and while a boy came with his widowed mother and his sister to Hamilton county, Texas. He started to work digging ditches at 50c a day. Later he got a place on a farm at $15 a month and by Studying at odd times qualified himself to teach school. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar and was elect* ed couny attorney for Hamilton coun- ty In 1876. He was elected district at- torney for Hamilton, Erath. Hood, Palo Pinto, and Somervell counties In 1XX2. In 1884 he was elected to the state senate. He served on the most Impor- tant committees of that body and way the author of the local option law now in force through Texas, as well us co- author In several other important measures. In 1888 he was elected dis- trict judge for his home district. At the eml of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 2 August 1906

,„Tr c " Id >-•«*••*«&*?! I • 7^ Practical Theosophy at Point Loma A School In Which the Principles of the Cult Are Reduced to Actual Experience Not So Mysterious as of Old P iHE recent news- paper Insistence that Lyman J. Gage, former jecretary of the treasury, had become a theo- sophist has served to bring the American section of that remarkable ori- ental cult into fresh promi- nence. Although Mr. Gage denied promptly that he had been initi- ated into the mysteries be- Lyman J. Gage. queathed by the fafe Mme. BJavatsky to the faithful few that had accepted her as the high priestess and qualified adept of the occult, the fact remains that he 1ms projected himself—to borrow a theo- ^ophical term—into the sphere of Cheosophlcal influence—In plain Eng- lish, he has put aside his mundane cares and has gone to live next door to the establishment conducted by Mme. Blavatsky's self constituted and very wide awake successor. It seems that it is the present policy of the theosophica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 2 August 1906

SOUTHERN IfEBCUBY AND VABMSRS UNION PAS£L I THE CITY OF MAMMON I f In Appleton's Magazine for August appears a vigorous excoriation of the city of New York, its men and man- ners, by the famous Russian author, Maxim Gorky. The paragraphs here reproduced give a fair idea of the general trend of the author's impres- sions of America's metropolis. "The tempestuous turmoil of life on the water at the foot of the Statue of l-ib- .erty, and in the city on the shore, staggers the mind, and fills one with a sense of impotence. A magnificent Broadway, but a hor- rible East Side! What an irreconcil- able contradiction, what a tragedy! The street of wealth must perforce give rise to harsh and stern laws de- vised by the financial aristocracy, by the slayes of the yellow devil, for a w.*r upon poverty and the Whltechapel of New York. The poverty and the vice of the East Side pmst perforce bf'eed anarchy. I do not speak of a theory; I speak of the development of envy, malice and vengeance, of th...

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 — 9 August 1906

*4 v I? a UNITED WITH I® 0 m f0r I Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May l( 1905. Vol. XXVI, No. 33 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, August 9, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Men's High Grade Trousers At remarkable reductions. They are not of the ordinary kind. On tha contrary they are extra quality, made of select fabrics by expert tailors, perfect in fit and finish. >•••••••••••••••••••• $7 25 $0 35 $5 25 83 65 MEN'S SERGE COATS AT A GREAT D SCOUNT Odds and ends Men's Blue and Black Serge Coats. In case your size la In the lot you will have no fault to find with the quality, make or fit. $7.50 kind now 95 OO $6.50 kind now $4 35 $5.00 kind now 83 35 Another Interesting item. MEN'S SPANI H LINEN PINCHECKED COATS and Pants, only small sines left, regular $7.50 quality, choice in tills sale #2 50 $10.00 Trousers now $8.50 Trousers now $7.50 Trousers now . $6.00 Trousers now $5.00 Trousers now . Order B...

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 — 9 August 1906

gOUTHEBN MERCURY AND ^AEMERfl UNION PASSWORD MESSAGE OF S. 0. DAWS { To the Membership of the Indiahoiwa { Union. The subf tance of an address just .s- sued by Pres. S. O. Daws of Shawnee, j Okla.. is as follows: Dear Brethren: The Union has j compliahed much good in every way with co-operative' association, all of i which have in them elements of good,! while there may be some difference in j plans, the purposes are the same, j They have been adapted to the condi-' tions and circumstances in the com- munities in which they are and have been limited or expanded according to j the means which our people had to i use. These co-operative associations ( have been built by patriotic hearts and witling hands, and great good has been . the result to our people in accom- , pushing these end;>. We have today ! built in the name of -the Farmers' Union cotton gins, cotton yards, coal ; sheds, warehouses and four Union banks, and hundreds of clearing i houses are being constructed in differ-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 9 August 1906

r- SOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ^ L LORD DOUGLAS TO THE FRONT ^ International Complications May Arise From Event. Portland, Me., Auk- 4.—Intel national Complications are threatened by the treatment accorded Lord Sholto Dou- glas, who recently was detained by the police here for two -lays and a night. The British consul at Boston has or- dered a rigid Investigation, the chief point being the manacles which the nobleman was forced to wear on the second night of his detention. The British government will be noti- fied of the result, and if the action warrants, an apology will be demand- ed. Whether the American govern- ment complies with England's de- mands, will determine the extent of the international tangle. Why he was handcuffed is a mystery that the police refuse to discuss further than to ac- knowledge that the prisoner win placed in irons. Lord Douglas's arms now bear the mark of the ir;>ns. serious bruises re- maining on his arms and' the skin be- ing cut. T...

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 — 9 August 1906

■ f, n L'l I §:h 40UTHBUM UEBCUMY AWB FAMOKS «nfIOV PASflWOBD- Unlted with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Iuued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building. 213-2X5 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). ■ntered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce mall mat- ter of the second class. .Discontinuances.—it is found that a mrge major- ity of our subscrlberx prefer not to have their subscrip- tions interrupted and thetr flies broken In case they fall to resalt before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is deaired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing or nt any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWALS—1The date on your wrapper shows when your aubscripttan 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 9 August 1906

rp^F>- ^OUTHKB* MERCURY AM D F JJUUSB8 UKIOV PAMWOBD. LESSON FOR THICKHEADS. The scene opens with a family re- learsal, in which personal and busi- teas matters are rehearsed by a sue- lessfui father aged SO, says a reliable Ian Francisco paper, and an inquiring mm aged (. Sob: "What place is this, pa?" Father: "This, my child, Is a brick- f*rA." "Whose brickyard is it, pa?" "It ketones to me, my son." "Do those big piles of brick belong to you, pa?" "Yes. my son." "Do- those dirty men belong to you, pa?" "No. my child. There is no more slavery In this country. They are free men." .. "What makes them work so bard?" "They are working for a living, my son." " "Why do they work for a living?" "Because they are poor, and obliged to work." "How are they so poor and obliged to work?" "1 don't know, my son." "Don't somebody steal from them what they earn?" "No. my child; what makes you ask such ridiculous question?" "I thought, perhaps, some of that dirt got into their eyes and blinded ...

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 — 9 August 1906

SOUTHERN lfBBCUBT AND PABulBRS UNION PASSWORD s laJT'. fl'- V IHIIMMIIIII l M«M 11 llll MIMIHMIH I > • Arranging Details For Big Meeting i Democratic Stats Convention to Nominate Governor and Other State J Officers to Meet in Dailae Aug. 14. Plans for the Dem«>cratlc state con-> ventlon to be held in this city begin- ning August 14 are fast shaping them- selves and it Is believed that by the time the date for the convention rolls around that everything will be in shape for the entertainment of the delegates. There are 712 votes In the state convention according to the fig-> ures given out by State Chairman An- drews, and It is not believed, owing to the great Interest displayed in this election, that any of the delegates chosen to attend this convention will miss it. It was only by a great deal of hard work that Dallas secured the conven- ' tion for this year and the Commercial club promised that if the body wa brought here that it would be royally entertained. All membe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 9 August 1906

fcv t For the Preservation of American Forests Uncle Sun H&i Awakened to tke Necessity of Patting &n End to the Enormous Waste m * ' * *?. -- How "God's First Temples" Were Herfarded by the Col- : onists and Their Immediate Successors — Like the Red Men, They Were Looked Upon as Enemies and Their Subjugation Was a. Matter of Course. IN tho.se shortened although still fervid days of late summer it is interesting, as well as mildly refrigerant, to know that Uncle Saih lias ai last realized the necessity - of (l_>in? something to preserve the remnant of his forest domain, once the most .n.Vul • on the face of the earth. In tiuy early days of the republic, and even to a greatet* extent in colonial times, the forest was regarded as man's enemy, something to be subdued. War on tho forests .was simultaneous with that against the aborigines. Ii resolved Itself into a war of extirnftna- tion. ....... Happily for all concerned, it has stopped short of that. Five centuries of uninte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 9 August 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. (From Sunday's Times Herald.) OLD Politician wm In an excellent frame of mind last night, as he chatted with Young Reformer. "Yes, I am feeling good," said Old Politician as he puffed a cloud of smoke into the heavens. "Today it was my good or"evil fortune to uttend the . Democratic county convention. It was harmony. In fact, the most harmhtilous convention ever held In Dallas'county since 1890. All had been arranged two weeks in advance by tl\e four man- agers of the gubernatorial candidates and the assistant managers. All the old-timers were there—including Col- onel W. C. Holland, Colonel John H. Traylor and Colonel William J. Cuven. A week ago, on the morning of the final round-up, Colonel Holland said to me: 'Campbell will get a big lead today throughout Texas. It is In the air and he can't be headed off." Well, he attended the convention yesterday with the other colonels and was as quiet as a mouse. Colonel John N. Simpson was theVe...

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