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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 August 1906

4 r A • ,S\ m M UNITED WITH 8outhern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury ancTParmars Union Password Consolidated May lf 1905. Vol. XXVI. No. 34 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, August 16, 1900 $1.00 Per Annum PROCEEDINGS OF THE . TEXAS FARMERS UNION In last week's issue was published a report of the first day's proceedings of the Texas State Union, which conven- ed in regular annual session at Dallas, Texas, on August 7, 8, and 9, 1906. The warehouse system, the mini- mum prices for various commodities mid the report of the legislative com- mittee were the chief matters consid- ered on Wednesday. Reports were heard from the executive committee, from the treasurer, from a number of the lecturers over the State and from a few of the committees. Three ses- sions were held. Wednesday night the convention moved to the City Hall auditorium. As to the warehouse matter it was pretty generally agreed that there will be at least 150 and possibly as many...

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 — 16 August 1906

WdTBEBfT KER< AND FABMBBS UNION PASSWORD. H EREFUSES THE BRIDLE moved away, stretching themselves across the continent in a thin line to the shores of the Pacific, and farmera from Pennsylvania, made prosperous by oil. moved in. But the remaining inhabitants, outnumbered aa they were, but tough as wrought iron in their customs and ways of thought, kept the community hb it wan before St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 11.—A special to — :M . . . riiobc-rv.mocr.it mv« at the end <.f and even Increased Republican, majori the Globe-Democrat says at the cnu tjps untn a Democrat became a social and economic curiosity. 1 lived in this his long and virulent speech of prose- cution Sargeant Wilde pointed to Wil- liam Laud, favorite minister of Charles I. and archbishop of Canterbury. "Tills man, iny lords," he said, "Is like Naaman. the Syrian, a great ir.un, bul a leper." The "Laud was led to the block. Wilde completed his sentence. Speaker Cannon didn't. When James Alexander Hemenway, who hauled b...

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 — 16 August 1906

I I SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PAS8WORDL BRITONS ARE NOT PLEASED wp-- m . Much Trouble About Condition of Her Military Establishment* London, Aug. IX.—Britain Is much troubled about the condition of her military establishment. The war stores report just issued by a royal commis- sion, does not tend to restore public confidence. The commission makes some striking and sensational disclos- ures anent the doings in South Af- wtfj but with the clistomary reticence of such bodies in England, it deals very tenderly with individuals, especially those in high places, declaring that though there were gross laxity and in- competence, there was no actual proof of corruption except among a few un- important officials. This expression of opinion has been reecived with a good deal of skepticism. It seems rather hard to believe that the extraordinary proceedings disclosed were merely the result of stupidity or carelessness and that the incriminated officers and the still more important pers...

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 — 16 August 1906

SOtfTHRRN HSBCmnr Aim FABMEB0lUfKHf PASSWORD SrW-r: United with FARMER* UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. PUDUSHCO EVERY THURSDAY by the . • FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office; 27 Oaston Building, 213-210 Commerce t. -(Corner Lamar). the Dallas,' Texas, pmirtofflce an mall mat- ter of the second class. .•iu : . DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- it|T w our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrfp- Mono, Interrupted and their files broken In ease they fall to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that contlntonCe tm 'Mred unless subscribers order dlscontln- wnctj either when subscribing or at any time during the *i*. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tfonwRtirthe proper time. ;RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus. Jsn-^07 means that payment has been received to January, 1907,' Including the last issue of December, 1MI. Two weeks are required after money haa been receive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 August 1906

■OTTTHBBH MUtC^Y AND FAJW BUS UNIOH PAMVOHl The matter on this pigi it taken frem tHs Farmers' Union Magazina, aditad by Attired • M. Celwick, D Texaa. ' EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS. ! * • * Speed the day when the farmer, 1'Le the Manufacturer, will fix the price on Iiis product, and no more put 'it on the auc- tion block. The chief task of the Fanners' Union, the supreme task of civilization, is to elim- inat<*'the parasite. The problem of pro- duction has practically been solved. The pr«JWem of distribution remains. 'Ittie non-union farmer today is easily cornered. As an honest man lie is obliged to admit tat there is little excuse for any former \ a declines to help his neighbors in tliis struggle for agricultural emancipa- tion from thraldom to the New York Cot- ton Exchange and the Chicago wheat pit. The Fanners' Union is pre-eminently an educational force. It is already elevat- ing the inass of farmers out of the old ruts and stimulating the desire and ambition to adopt the best m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 August 1906

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD cotton actually in the bale. He does this by adding extra bagging, side- pieces and old sugar sacks until he gets the weight up to a figure 6 per cent of which, deducted from the Inert-used gross, will leave about 511 pounds, tho actual weight of the lint cotton; and this is what the spinner jiiiys for, though It Is 11 pounds more than the producer gets paid for. There are two remedies: one is to make the bale lighter; the other, to | sell all cotton net weight. All Egyp- taln cotton is sold net weight, and they wrap their cotton with burlap instead of jute bagging. The following recommendations were made at the Washington conference. First. That all bales be made of stand- ard dimensions. Second. That light weight burlap or cotton canvas be used for covering. Third. That all cotton be bought and sold net weight. Under the present system of deduct- ing an arbitrary percentage to cover the weight of baKKins and ties we are forced as a matt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 August 1906

. swnr * "•** " ±3 *2* Mrs. Russell | Sa^e—a Noble Woman A Voluntary AppreciaJioiv of & Career of E&rnest Endeavor The Life Partner of a Man Whose Millions Were to Have and to Hold, but Never to Be Spent—Loyal to Her Husband's Interests and Still a Public Fa- % vorite. AMOXO all the various transac- #% tions conceived and carried out to ultimate success by the iate Russell Sage tho one wltich brought lilm his second wife vyas the ino.it satisfactory. Dur- ing his lifetime he admitted it on sev- eral occasions. It seems to have been ; (he one Liit of sentiment that he al- lowed to take root in his peculiarly un- sentimental nature and lie had the sat- isfaction of knowing that the whole world agreed with him on this one point at least. For it was discovered long years ago that this man of millions held in his possession a treasure nioro to be de- sired than all the fine gold he might ever succeed in accumulating. He, too, master of an instinct for acquisi- tion that was almos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 16 August 1906

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND TABMEBB UNION PASSWORD. sV ■r IX' Mb GIRL WAS IN CONSPIRACY Uncovering of the Plans of the Flying: Fighters. St. Petersburg, Aug. 10.—The at- tempts on the lives of Vice Admiral tKJubassoff on May 6 and of General Bepluleff, commander of the Scbusto- pol fortress on May 27, have been traced to the "flying fighting organiza- tion," of the Social revolutionists of which Savlnkoff, a member of the cen- tral committee of the Social revolu- tionists and Lieutenant Kohlschevnl- koff, formerly of the Black Seat fleet, jvere the leaders. Savlnkoff was ar- rested on suspicion of implication in :he attempt on General Bepluleff's life, but he escaped two days later. Dou- oassoff's assailant who was killed by the explosion of his own bomb, has Deen positively identified. A girl stu- dent, Mile. Mistlienko, who was In- volved in the conspiracy, had three of her fingers blown off and otherwise terribly mutilated while loadinK tho ftomb. She is the daughter of General Mistlien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

I 11 B II mm&*. .'•, .... . ' •' "■ •"••• -♦"<r-7 — --v. iM W . I® 0 I Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated M^y'l* I90B. Vol. XXVI. No. 35 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, August 23, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum oooooooofioooaooootiooooooaoioaoooooooan L 4 o o 0 a o a a a o. a « o a a SANGER BROTHERS Prices on Silks and Oress Goods If you take advantage of tl^s sale you can get your Silks and Dress Goods at great reductions for this week, and have ihe choice amooig the latest and most desirable patterns. We are needing the room for our new fall materials and the ^ prices quoted will be quite a saving to you. We are quotiug tt you only a few of the many items: 24 inch Colored Crepe de Chine, a large and beautiful line of colors to select from, including all the new evening shades, regular price .tl.OO, special 83C 50 Pieces Pretty Shirt Waist Suit Silks, with new and want- ed colors, nuqys, browns,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

•mm < "f ■ -r*- THOMAS M. CAMPBELL IS THE NOMINEE SOUTHER# MEROUBT AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD (From Thursday's Times Herald.) Col. Thomas M. Campbell is declared the nominee of the Democratic party of Texas. The other candidates for state offices will be nominated without contest. The fight for state chairmanship is now on. George A. Carden of Dallas, and Marshall Hicks of San Antonio, both Campbell men, are the leaders. Executive committeemen from each aenatorial district are to be elected. George A. Robertson of Dallas, is as- sured the re-election as executive com- mitteeman from this district. Before the second ballot was con- cluded it was known that Col. Camp- bell had a majority of the votos. nium reigned, during which cries could be heard calling on tho various candidates to malce speeches. The name of Brooks seemed to predominate and after u hit the chair appointed Messrs. N. W. Flnlcy of Dallas and Tom Hall of Houston to escort the candidate to the stage. COLQUITT'S SPE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

. . ' „ iidfiiiTi iiTir iiiiiim^iliii 'i i" ■ j^-,- '■•jjaftfififfa' -" "*"■ * * ■.* . N*<—s*?;".' '..T A • .1. " ..-•. 6^.'....i-*i!>' ^ L'L.^.u.... .... " i l "iiiM^>'in ■*•—-■'<l. • uur.a.1;., j, i i-jj.-ii.jv> laai SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND FARXEBS UNION PA8SWOBH I LABOR IS IRPOLITICS Samuel Gompcrs Opens Campaign Against Littlefield. Lewlston. Me.. Aug. 18.—Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, opened the cam- paign against Congressman Little- field in his own district here to-night ■when he took the platform and sound- ed the tocsin for organized labor in Its attempt to secure the election for men who at least admit the fairness of la- bor's case In connection with coming legislation. Mr. Gompers arrived here to-day and was met at the station by representa- tives of the various labor organizations in Lewiston and vicinity and escorted to his hotel. At dinner this evening he waa the guest of numerous city offi- cials and Maine Democrats. A pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

jjnnrrjiii iHiii in rn w if r mi tnMrifijit^if i II,I I,1:" "".'I"1" ' rrr.-U fOUTHEBN MERCUBT AND VAIMKI8 UNION PASSWORD. United with FARMER8 UNION PA88WORO. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. fintwed at the Dallas. Texas, postofflce as mall mat- ter of the second class. t PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office; 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce '■t. (Coiner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address *11 communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that 11 large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to hare their subscrip- tions interrupted and their files broken In case thoy 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. REN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

'4!Pagpi £*■*',Wife* BOUTHKKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION-PASSWORD V— BLACK TRQOPS AREREMOVED War Department Acts in the Brownsville Matter. Washington, Aug. 21.—Orders were Issued yesterday by the military secre- tary, Major General F. C. Ainsworlh, (or the transfer of the negro troops from Fort Brown, Tex., where there has be,>n serious trouble between citi- aens and soldiers, to Fort Binggold, Tex., which is about 100 ~mlles above Fort Brown and is also on the Rit> Grande. One company of the Twenty-sixth Infantry is ordered to Fort Brown to take the place of the negro troops. The company ftrdered to Fort Brown is ruxde up of white men. Tius shifting about of troops was made subsequent to a report from Ma- jor C. W. Penrose on the situation at Fort Brown and ufter an appeal by Senator Culberson to President Roose- velt. In his report Major Penrose says he was persuaded that the killing of one citizen in Brownsville and the wound- ing of another were the work of sol- diers. alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD, - j) n made. your nearest railroad station, ask the agent for a Bill of Lading in duplicate; he will give this t if you ask him, and also a shipper's copy. I'ut actual weights on Hill ol' Lading. Lading to the nearest bank and have thein make out draft on The Farmers' Union Warehouse The Farmers Union Warehouse and Compress, Houston, Texas. i To the Members of the Farmers' Union * ' We have succeeded in securing large brick warehouses and a compress at Houston, which is the finest and most modern in Texas, for our use this season. These warehouses will hold from 40,000 to 50,000 bales of cotton, and with the compress costs us nothing except such repairs as will have to be made. This proposition was laid before the Convention, at Dallas, August 7th to 8th, and received the unanimous endorsement of the delegates present. This plan, in connection with our interior warehouses, puts us in a position to hold our cotton for fair prices, at the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

p b 3 *■ Men Who Are Ii\ the Limelight • How They Ha-ve Succeeded In Making Them- rfc* selves "the Observed of All Observers" ip r ; • ;< / ,i y ■ • i J9 •>« • ' . • •< T mw-mm * THE Japanese who it most con- spicuously in the public eye at the present moment is Lieuten- ant General Oku, who has succeeded the late Baron Kodama as chief of staff of the mikado's army. During the Russo-Japanese war Oku commanded the so called "left army" and achieved with it a secies of brilliant victories. Two of the most notable of these were won at Nanshan and at Tie pass. But the greatest military exploit that Gen- eral Oku ever performed was to pre- vent the Muscovites from relieving the beleaguered garrison at Port Arthur at ■ critical stage of the siege of that famous Asiatic stronghold. V TOM JOHNSON, the millionaire Populist mayor of the Forest City of Ohio, is always an inter- esting figure in the great game of poli- tics and social reform. Quite recently he has soared into fresh pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 23 August 1906

" Wr: ■ I 40UTHEBK MEBCVBT AMD FAI 18 UNIOV PAS8WOBOL . « HOME COMING OF THOS. M. CAMPBELL Palestine, Tex., Aug. 18.—The great- est ovation ever tendered In Texas was given Col. Thomas M. Campbell and party upon their arrival here' from Dallas tonight. Fully two-thirds of the people, of the city turned out to greet the man who was so highly honored at the State Democratic convention this Meek. Before the arrival of the train bells were rung and whistles blown and Captain Bob Harris and Crawford Lane were stationed in the fire depart- K mcnt yard to discharge u cannon. As the train rolled into the station the Palestine concert band played "Col- lege Life" while the crowd cheered as never belore. Palestine was shook from center to circumference. In the Campbell party were Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Miss Fannie Campbell, Mit- chell Campbell, Judge S. A. McMeans, Hon. A. G. Greenwood, Hon. Gus Bar- ton and others. The party was es- corted to a profusely decorated plat- form near the depot w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 30 August 1906

[. £r- 0 lA WW m UNITED WITH S1 !□ Southern Mercury Established I88O. Vol. XXVI. No. 36 Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmars Union Paasword Consolidated May ly 1909; McDonald Co. Union held a good meeting at Powell, Mo., on the 24tli Inst. It Is reported that a union ware- house is to be talked of for Maxwell, Texas. Remember that new subscribers will be entered during this month for 50 cents each in lots of ten or more. Scurry County Union will hold a special session at Snyder Sept. 1. Every Local in the county should be represented. Anyone wishing a full scholarship in the best commercial college in Texas can secure the same at a big discount by writing to Milton Park, 27 Gaston Building. The office force at headquarters is working like beavers arranging sta- tistics, data, etc., for the edification of the members and keeping the busi- ness end of the Union in shipshape. Any young man or woman can get a scholarship free by working with the locals f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 30 August 1906

y si? ' V' f. 7>, BOUTHEBN MERCUBY AND FAHMEB8 UNION PASSWORD LABOR FOR THE FIELDS Plenty of Cotton But Who Gather It. Will Austin. Aug. 25.—Reports from gov- ernments experts on the cotton diHtrlcts or^he South today confirm the reports t|ut the yield this season will be close to 1S.<M0,000 bales. Thut which the ex- parts do not report on, however, but which is a fact neverthless, und a most serious problem confronting the cotton grower of Texas and the South is the matter of labor. There is today not enough hands in the cotton districts of the South to handle the crop. This fact has been made apparent only in the p.ist week in consequence of tlie opening ofj the cotton crop for picking. It is noiw an issue, however, and one that is ajlt to prove serious before the end. Tlietv is no questioning the fact but that nature will do her part this year, but it is a serious proposition ns to whether the growers will be able to harvest their crop. The saw mills of I Texas and Louisian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 30 August 1906

SOUTHERN" MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORH (From Bunoay's Times Herald.) "J fCJST for a change let's kick out politics and politicians and speak ot public benefactors," said Old Politician last night. "To tell the truth. I'm tired of politics and politicians. Mix with the gang before and after a big couvention and it takes six months to escape from the scent and maka up your mind that nine-tenths of your es- teemed fellow citizens aren't chronic liars. The game of politics has beert played in Texas for the year 1906. Her« a nomination is equivalent to an elec- tion and the primary winner is the whole thing. In Texas we've smashed the machine, paved the ivay for blank- et primaries and majority nomination* tind restored to the people the power ol the people. Public benefactors? Tfes we have them in Texas. They are men who found public enterprises, men who put up their money for the public weal, men who give freely of the time and talent to make tbeir state grow r nd the people pros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 30 August 1906

UU i uKSJf MKKCUHY AND FARMERS UHION PASSWORD. 6- Unlted with FARMER* UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Batered at the Dallas, Texas, pontofflce as mall mat- ter of the second class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office. 27 Gaston Building. 213-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address ■II communlcHlions, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payable to MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It is found that n large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subsorlp- tfehs Interrupted and their flies broken in case they fall to-remit before expiration. It Is therefore nssumefl 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 jrour subscription will expire. ...

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