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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 September 1906

- ** - - ££ jJ^S^SSSSSSS^^ y ' "■'""" " 'W 1 «• •— •" -is n p & UNITED WITH" M D m Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. 1 I I" m- jBl I I I V 1 I Wm- IV'." ; BBfr- ■ IK."' jsf. K Ttv- wm; , ™ ■ I n%r ■ m "-v i I m . 1 I isV c. m "* sM \ E£ u Vol. XXVI, No. 39 Dallac( Texas, Thursday, September 20, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum ii ♦♦♦ >♦ h>h n i>iiii nil11 ii11i iin i'i i in htt - HOMES IN THE EDEN OF TEXA8—YOUR OWN CHOICE AT YOUR , OWN PRICE. ! I have made arrangements to hnndle 70,000 acres of lnnils south > of El Cumpo, Tex., ai the price made by the owners, out of the original J tract. These lands are sub-divided into 160-aere tracts, 100,000 acres ■ having been sold previously, and put in farms. Tou are not offered > lands in an undeveloped country. You are Invited to look at as fine [ a body of land as can be found in any county in the State, i These lands are ...

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 — 20 September 1906

SOUTHERN MERCUBY AVD VABMEB8 UNION PASSWOKDt JS3*- I I ! I « WOMAN'S STORY OF LOOTING OF BANK SHE WAS THE KEEPER OF THE COIN IN STENSLAND'S PECULATIONS. Chicago. Sept. 15.—The most sensa- tiunii developments in the Milwaukee Avenue State bank wrecking case to- day came when the story thai a woman had glvWl up to the slate's attorney $3S7.0#0 of the Stensland bank loot. This SttS7,000 is said to be in cur- rency and now in the custody of the state's attorney. The woman has made • complete confession. The identity of the woman is being kept a secret, as is also the location at the place of concealment where •he has lived under surveillance ever •tnce her confession. Story of the Loot. The story of the looting in this in- stance is as follows: The Milwaukee Avenue bank was robbed very systematically for a period beginning with a date three days be- fore the disappearance of Banker Jitensland and ending when Bank Em- am liter Jones took charge some time fter Htenaland's disappearance. T...

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 — 20 September 1906

IWywtSi11 - • .rv^-v • ; — • rmr- r - -.'^yipw - —--v- .••••• — •..• • . .'Ups," , feSxinaeniiji'it.-mi* y* V ■'' * - * wy- ; v" V1. HOUTHEKN MttKCUKX AND FAB1IERB UNION PASSWORtt HISTORY RECALLED y Hi |V i Readmission of Waters-Pierce (HI Com- pany Into Texas—Connection of Senator Bailey. St. Louis, Sept. 17.—The Post Dis- patch publishes the following resume of the testimony of H. C. Pierce, given before the court on last Friday: H. Clay Pierce, head of the South- western branch of the Standard Oil TiJusL projected himself into the lime- light Friday as a reformer of men, and dicing hig three hours on the witness stolid 'n the Gruet case the oil magnate tofa how he had spent nearly 7,000 try- !n* to break the former secretary of the Waters-Pierce Oil Co. of habits of intemperance. fierce claimed that he had been "the savior of Gruet," and told how, on April 1. 1905. he had placed his former Rssociate in the directory of Waters- Pierce at the disposal of Senator Joseph W. Bailey of...

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 — 20 September 1906

BOllTUEKJN MKKl'KKY AS U J*'AKMKK8 UNION FA88WOKU United with FARMERS UNION PA8SWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at Uie Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- r «f the second class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY n by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Ciaston Building, 213-213 Commerce St (Corner Lunar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payable to MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrtp- tlona Interrupted and their files broken in case they fail to reinft before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- natfce, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proi>er time. RENEWALS—'The date on your wrapper shown when your subscription will expir...

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 — 20 September 1906

v; SOUTHERN MEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. BRYAN AND HIS CRITICS Of all the rot the press Is giving: the people today, that denouncing Bryan for his "government ownership" pro- nunelamento la the worst. Mr. Bryan, whom less than five weeks ago, was Idealized as the only man that could lead the party to vie- tory: Mr. Bryan, for whom all manner of flattering receptions were being pre- pared—while across the waters he wus talking the very things he is today re- peating—this is the man the leaders of the party profess to feel has basely deceived and abused their hospitality, and \Vhy? Simply by refusing to be Silenced by it. There Is no more despicable attitude than to which politics has descended. In that it must cater to a conviction- less leadership that knows no law higher than expediency. As if Mr. Bryan was not known to be far abuve bucIi1 political pettifoggery, the sur- prised resentment of his new found advocates that he yields not to their blandishments is -something: to...

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 — 20 September 1906

if wwm SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASBWORH, ATWELL'S ADDRESS William H. Atwell, who wan Intro* tuced to the audience after Or. Gray, the Republican nominee for governor, had finished reading his letter of ac- ceptance, spoke in part as follows at Bushe Temple last Saturday night. "While the American Union has been, and perhaps will continue to be, gov- erned by political parties, the day of power for the political independent is fast dawning. The standard of citizen- ship and of Individual thought is being very much raised, and in line with this Intellectual betterment shall come a re- fusal of the thinking man to blindly follow the dictates of u political party in less more strongly to his reason than do unless its nominees and tenets appeal those of any of the opposing parties. In Other words, "co.Iar days' and 'yel- loW*-dog voters' are growing delightful- ly less, it ought to he ari Insult for a man to be toil that lie votes a straight ticket regardless of Its fitness or...

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 — 20 September 1906

. * U • . fMj- L I NCLE SAM'S great printing -fr-Sk. f' ij >fc WHu ,'Tf '/"■ - . . ' Uncle Sam's Printery and the Simplified Spelling Greatest Establishment of the Kind In the World. Public Printer Stillings and His Army of Employees ► « « * • 4 r 4 * 4 • « 4 ► •> • A«4 *A3 A* v • •!« , U office is now wrestling with simplified spelling: as a result of President Roosevelt's or- der, and Charles A. Stilllngs, the head of tlMt^xUbllshment, is the man upon whom falls the responsibility of see- ing that thoro replaces thorough, thru through, - kist kissed, etc. There are IjOO changed words that have re- ceived tlhe indorsement of the simpli- fied spelling board and tho nation's chief executive, and in all "White House documents they must appear in their new form. Public Printer Stilllngs lias had many troubles since he ac- cepted tlie nation's printshop port- folio. Congress criticised him severely Just before it adjourned, and now the president has added to his worries by Si ving...

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 — 20 September 1906

K^ac!wwWJP® SOTTTHEHN MEBCUBT AND FABUBBfl UVIOV PAJ38WOBIV &• j& h t. THE COFFIN TRUST 'Ai the officer* of the law advance •gainst one trust after the other, ■mashing illegal combinations which extort outrageous prices from the pub- lic, let us pray that sooner or later the Coffin Trust will "get It In the neck." Among all the Inhuman monsters who Slut the rapacity upon human needs and human helplessness, there is none to compare with the coffin trust. The Standard Oil Company Is bad enough, heaven knows!—but It robs the living. The coffin trust robs the dead. The steel trust plunders In shop and field. In city, town and village, but the steel trust fleeces those, who are alive. The coffin trust fleeces the d&d and chases Its victim into the gittve. The beef trust comes to us as we go 'about our dally affairs, unop- .pressed by any special burden of trou- ble and woe. But the coffin trust In- vades our home when the sob of heart, broken wife or husband or mother or chil...

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 — 27 September 1906

"UNITED WITH* ft n Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmsrs Union Password Consolidated May I, 1005. -339 Vol. XXVI. No. 40 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, September 27, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum Callahan County will voto on prohi- bition Oct. Cth. W. H. Lee is whooping "era up 1" Emvaneo Co., Fla. Delia County Union met at Mount Joy :aot Fiiiliiy and Saturday . I I far . Is I "t The new Union gin a* Choctaw, Okla., has just been completed, wi " picnic was held on the 10th Inct. to "t'eixat^, tfc<: event. Those of our union brethern who patronize the Merchants' and Planters' Compress and Warehouse at Galveston last season express themselves well pleated with the manner their cotton Was hunJ:cd. to get them enlisted is to have the ob- ject of the Union properly presented. This Bfo. Cranford proposes to do, and will do. If the brethren will aid him. Make remittances to him at Bluford, Illinois. If you want to store your cotton wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 September 1906

0OT7TBEBM MKHCUBT AND FA03CIR8 UJUOW PA88WOBII GOWAN TALKS ABOUT SUITS first Offlcal Statement Regarding Issues in Commission Suits. iE6UUTI0N Of RATES jyv Contention of Railroad Must be Looked Into—State's Side of the Cotroversy. <FV>rt Worth, Tex., Sept. 25.— Judge S. H., Cowan, who has been uployed by the stute to assist the Ltorney general In the defense of tho kits filed by the various railroads gainst the railrad commission of eras, yesterday ufternoon guve out |bat h< probably the first official .itament concerning the plant} of the pfe.iso and the Issues recognized as esenting themselmes and likely to jiresent themselves In the prosecution and defense of the suits. Heretofore the counsel of the state, including fudge Cowan, the attorney general and his force of assistance, has main- tained a rigid silence in regard to tho matter. When asked what is being done by the stat in preparation for the hear- ing of the cases, also concerning the date on which the cases will ...

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 — 27 September 1906

r KK' sm '--- e^'. SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PA88W0BX& |SsSp*! . ■ I m W> ■ >. • r i TEXAS WOULD OUST THE WATERS-PIERCE j i i . SUIT TO THIS END HAS BEEN FILED BY ATTORNEY GENERAL DAVIDSON. fleavy Penalties are Asked For From Offending Company—Politics Hinted at in the Petition—Comments of the Democratic Press on Senator Bailey. : i • AuJtiri.i Sept. SI.—Attorney General Davidson late yesterday afternoon filed lult against the Waters-Pierce Oil com- pany1 to cancel its permit to do business in Tfcx&n and for penalties aggregating $5,228,400. The petition Is of extreme length, being over thirty-five typwrit- ten pages, and containing a multitude of allegations. The first is that John D. Rockefeller and others formed a trust In 1875 to control the price of oil and monopolize the trade in this country. Texas included, and that this trust and successors have so continued up to this time. Then comes the history of the organization of the Water-Pierce Oil company, a...

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 — 27 September 1906

' • • • ■ •OUTHEBN MEBCUBT AND VABXUS UYIOV PiUVOU United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONK DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mail mat- r of the second class. Mb: im PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Wain Office, 27 Gaston Building. 21J-215 Commerce Bfc' fCortier Lamar). ■■■"" - — Mvtrtiiini Rates furnished upon application. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, •tan. .payable* to V,J ; MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. SONTINUANCES.—It is found that a large major- our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrlp- Interrupted and their flies broken In case they fall tt'-'Wmlt before expiration. It' is therefore assumed that cMitlnuarce 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 yeur subscription will e...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 September 1906

' ^jsr SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASHWURDt I I I >- (From gunu/i Times Herald.) JUST three weeks from to-day the sates will swing and the bis show will be open to the people of the southwest." said Old Politician last night. "The fall carnival has been a big event in the life of Dallas and all Te^as for that matter for more than tw enty years. Dallas had twenty thou- sand inhabitants when this Fair was wft; it has 80,00 to-day and the Fair has had a vast deal to do with the growth of Dallas and the advance- ment of Texas. This Is admitted even b f the knockers, few in number but \<*ry noisy earlier in tho season. A knocker resembles a locust. He is a noise-producer but when It comes to niithbera he doesn't count strong. The history of the State Fair covers the years of the remarkable industrial ad- vancement of Texas. Texas has made the most rapid strides in Its history during The last twenty years of its ac- tive life. Frank P. Holland was the first president of the ...

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 — 27 September 1906

DUTHKRN MEBCT7RT XTTT5 FARMERS TJNIOH PASSWORD. iM REIGNS IN GEORGIA'S CAPITAL — Atlanta. Ga.. Sept. 82—Pour at- tempted assaults within four hours to-night, five negroes killed by un- known parties, the riot call sounded to clear the streets, every policeman In the city summoned to the station bouse, any number of negroes pulled from street cars, beaten and cut and every negro In the city being chased from the heart of the city by mobs of angry men and boys, Is a brief sum- mary of the bloody Saturday night in Atlanta to-night. Hi- Victims of Negroes. The women on whom the attempts were >made were: Mrs- X.lzKle Chaffln, living near the soldiers' home on the outskirts of At- lanta. Miss Alma Allen of 182 Davis street. Mrs. Frank Arnold, 187 Julian street. Mrs'. Mattie Holcombe of 275 Mag- nolia street. List of the Dead. The dead negroes: Will Durham, bootblack at the Ice- land barber shop. One unknown negro on Broad street bridge. _ Two unknown negroes under Broad Street viaduct....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 September 1906

w A MODERN NEW WORLD JOAN OF ARC Recent Achievement of a Beautiful Cuban Woman Rivals the Prowess of History's Great Captains A TWENTIETH century Joan -of . Arc has recently aroused a JUL good deal of enthusiasm ^ among the Cuban lnsdrrectos. Attined in a costume not designed to conceal her sex, mounted on a cavalry horse and with machete in this young woman led a charge jlch routed a large body of govern- lent troops.' This latter day amazon ■ho took arms in behalf of the upris- ing is'Sbr.ira Clara Santos, wife of the mayor of the small Cuban city of Pun- ta Brava, and she is reputed to be both young und beautiful. . According to all accounts the senora was not a whit less valorous in action than was the best of the woman fight- ers whose names have found a place In history. Those who were eyewit- nesses of the young woman's exploit declare that she seemed to bear a charmed life. With the deadly machete falling to the right und left of her horse's head she struck down the gov- ern...

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 — 27 September 1906

0OUTHKBN MBBCUBT AND FABSflDUl T72TIOW PAMWOSH I rivT' id- 1# DIARY READS LIKE NOVEL frlvate Papers of Paul Stensland are Brought to Light, Chicago, Sept. 22. -Thc diary of Paul O. Stensland, defaulting president of the Milwaukee Avenue Savings tf&nk, now on his way back from Morocco to answer for embezzlements exceeding 11,000,000, was found toduy in a vault In the looted institution. Through it runs an Arabian Nights story of revelry, financial and domestic intrigue, wastefulness and pleasure during the banker's leisure .during the years he was known to the business world'as a man of spotless character. The diary is the marvelous record of a creature of dual personality, talking to.himself through his pen. One page contains a bit of passionate versei Another pays tribute to his love'for a beautiful woman. A third tells how. with a snap of his fingers, he filled' his purse with the gold of the provident. In one place he outlines the plan jfor the creation of the Milwaukee Avenu...

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 — 4 October 1906

,;#v' ; "UNITED WITH* UNION PA Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1908. Southern Mercury end Farmars Union Password Consolidated May I, 1005. tl I b ■W 1,|VT— Vol. XXVI No. 41 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, October 4, 1906 j, $1.00 Per Annum CORPORATIONS V8. THE PEOPLE. The following clipping from today's Issue of the DallaB News, so folly ex- presses my views, that I feel like giving It my public endorsement: Corsicana, Tex., Sept. 21.—Senator- elect Walter R. Holsey, said today: "I do not think any officer of this government should be allowed to serve the government and the corporations of this country at the same time. Sena- tors draw salaries from the people for their services and no patriot would want to, nor could he, serve the people of Texas, and the corporations at tho same time. I think the next legislature should make a close investigation of the official conduct of certain attor- neys who claim to represent the peo* pie In our legislative hal...

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 — 4 October 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FAB2MB8 UNION PA88W0RH == ^«tl I III MIIH IIIIII Mill III III DALLASITE HOME FROMi TRIP TO THE OLD COUNTRY f Charles Reeb Talks Interestingly of Government Ownership and Sights Seen hi Germany and France—famous Strasburg Clock. Charles Rceb, and Utile son have Just returned from an extended visit of four months to Prance, "Germany and other "countries of Europe. The great- er :>art of this time was spent by Mr. Reeb at his old home near Strasburg, Germany, which he had not visited be- fore for, over twenty-six years. Mr. Reeb tells an intereatlne story of his 'visit to ' the old country, of the modes and customs that distinguish the people from those of the surrounding country, and of the laws and conditions under the country thrives. Over four months ago Mr. Reeb left New York, sailing for Prance. Some ten days later, he landed at Havre, Prance, where he stayed only a few hours and took the train for Paris. Here he visited relatives for over a month. From Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 October 1906

— SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND VAHMBKB UNION PASSWORD. w'?> 1 TEXAS ROADS MAKEREPORT Gross Receipts of Lines Are Ren- dered to Comptroller. Austin, Texas, Oct. 2.—As stated briefly In yesterday's dispatches, quite a number of the railroads of the state yesterday fUed their annual reports with the comptroller's department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1906, in accordance with the Love law, and showing: the gross receipts for that pe- riod. Every road which reported did so under protest, and none of them paid the tax due under the law, the reports being filed merely as a matter of pre- caution. The following are the lines that reported yesterday: Galveston, Houston and Henderson railway, gross receipts I279.t40.45, of which *166.808.44 is freight, 198,849.64 passenger earnings, $522.28 excess bag- gage and storage, $5,009.10 mail and $8,750.99 express earnings. Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf rail- way, gross receipts $2,286,975.47, of which $383,214.32 are freight and pas- senger earn...

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 — 4 October 1906

SOUTHERN MJfiKCUBr AID FAMMKH8 UJUOH PAH8W0BBL Unltad with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. JBnjtared at the Dallas, Texas, postofftce as mall mat- r «f the aecond-duss. - — — PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main vOfftce. 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce lit (Corner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address •II comrpunlcatfons, and make an drafts, money orders, •tc., payable to MiLTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tion* 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. -V-1 ■ ■■ RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when.. '' your subscriptio...

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