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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 October 1906

fcV- SOUTHERN MEHCDHY AND FARMERS UNION PASttWOBn I THE FMME8S' OILY REMEDY—CO-OPERATION. d aoaflflo c9Ci8C8B8aomoi Mcio8M«o8ftBi«ea ^^ p.. t- | I The worst characteristic of commer- ctaUmn to-day la the stupendous accu- mulation of private fortunes. New York City contains more mil- lionaires than existed in the whole United Statea forty years a«ro, and like conditions prevail in every Urge city in the .United States. These irreat fortunes are made—not |iy useful production, but by oi'gani- #a ion and co-operation. Tile power •o vigorously at work to exploit the farmer, can be made to redeem the evil time. The economic evils which are now the menace of our civilization can be made the hope of that civiliza- tion, and the forces that are wrecking so many farmers can be made to waft them saf.-ly Into the port of comfort and security. The day will come when a homeless farmer will be almost an impossibility. The spirit of greed Is teaching us the wastefulness of competition. The les- ao...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 4 October 1906

SOUTHEUN ilESCDBY AND FARMERS OlflOM FA8HWOK4I PREPARING FOR HOUSTON DEBATE Senator Bailey Makes His Last Speech Before Meeting Crane. Greenville, Tex.. Oct. 1.—A crowd of several thousand people Is here today to hear United States Sena- tor Bailey, who speaks at 2:80 o'clock this afternoon In the court house. Sen- ior Bailey speaks In defense of his nubile and private record and Is ex- pected to answer Ills critics. Senator Bailey arrived at 12:30 o'clock over the Cotton Belt from Fort Worth, where he spent the night. He was met at the train by Judge L. A. Clark, State Executive Committeeman Lee Carpenter, Judge B. Q. Evans and Judge J. S. Sherrlll and others. ♦ ♦ ♦ 8aving Himself for Houston. Senator Bailey stated to the Times Herald representative that after the Greenville speech he would not accept other invitations to speak until after the debate In Houston Saturday night. Mr. Bailey is securing data regarding the Harris County Good Government Club and it is believed that he is...

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 — 4 October 1906

* i am <* >■« .<vw.«. <ywH .. rym y i« y>« At>. .'V<" ■V"' ym y.m^ ,i ^*...,y t ^ ■. A FEW MEN OF THE MOMENT %ni i>iW >iwmn-irn—i~ * - m Some Have Sought Publicity, Others Have m jss Had It Thrust Upon Them & as Qj nUji ,mn,i nn/i, mfri n# mft inft infli ■■ iy V V V" V " 11 ■ ** ■■ V ■■ V " If" V V V V" V— i. REV. DR. SHELDON JACKSON, general agent of the United States in charge of education in Alaska, has had notoriety thrust upon him in a manner that has been any- thing but agreeable. The doctor, how- ever, makes a flat denial of the charge that government funds have been di- verted toward the support of sectarian missions in Alaska and that he is re- sponsible for the official crookedness. The accusation was made by Frank C. Churchill, a special agent of the in- terior department, who was sent to Alaska to Investigate. No one, not oven the officials of the government, believes that the doctor—an estimable man—is anything- more than the vio- tim of a...

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 — 4 October 1906

SOUTH ESN VEBCTBT AND VABMBBS UKION PAS8WOSH LATE AOVICfS FROM MOBILE ARE MORE WSCOUR- AGING THAN EVER. Meridian, M1sh„ Sept. 29.—Late ad- vices from Mobile this afternoon by the M. and O. railroad, the only out- let from the stricken city, state that the damage done by the storin is great- er than at first reported, and that the death list will probably reach 200, when full results are obtnlned later. The great tidal wuve at the lowest point was ten feet deeper than that of thlr- . ten years ago. It svt-ept fur Inland and wrecked many of the small facto- ries. The turpentine orchards have . been* wrecked all around Mobile and the loss will reach millions of dollars to that and the limber business. ♦ ♦ • Word From Fort Morgan. The first word from Fort Morgan came late thlH afternoon. Private Murphy of the Ninety-ninth Infantry rushed to the wharf when the first distress signal was fired and was Washed into the sea. Two others, said to have followed him, are reported lost. All the wh...

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 — 11 October 1906

v:. t i. I {a PS'* m 1B> 0 UNITED WITH M I 0 \va\ Southern Morcury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1903. Vol. XXVI. No. 45 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, October 11, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum FARMERS' ELEVATORS. Replying lo a letter of inquiry from Mr. Myrlck of the Orange Judtl Far- mer, Hon. Cuthbert Vincent, manager of the Farmers' Grain Company of Omaha. Neb., a man well and favorably known to many of our readers in this and other States, says in part: "There are many stages of develop- ment of the co-operative idea, and one of the most notleeable disadvantages attending the work, is the disposition of nearly all localities to learn only in the school of experience—toignore the lessons learned and put In practice by the older organizations—a refusal to profit by the experience of others. This condition is largely owing to lack of proper publicity. The old grain companies (the combine) always urge ...

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 — 11 October 1906

W7 i W*% 9 ROCTHEBN If EBCUBT AMD 7ABKEBS UNION PASSWORD HON. CULLCN P. ARRAIGNS THOMAS MR. BAILEY FORMER PROSECUTOR OF STANDARD OIL OFFICIALS WRITES AN OPEN LETTER. Reviews the Waters-Pierce Litigation and Challenges the Junior Senator to Release Legislators from Their Instructions. Waco. Tex.. Oct. 6.—Hon. Cullen F. Thomas of this city, who was cpunty attorney at the time of the actions against the Waters-Pierce OH com- pany | eoi le, and naturally hud much to do with the cases here, bus issued an open letter on the whole subject, which makes interesting residing. The letter is In Mr. Thomas' characteristic ityle and is aa follows: Senator Joseph W. Bailey, Gah.esvllle, Texas; Dear Sir—On June 1. 1! 00. In the city •f Waco, in a conference between coun- sel for "the state and the Waters-Pierce Oil company, H. Ciuy Pierce said to me: "Mr. Thomas, you arc now my only -stumbling block in Texas." He came from Austin fresh from his tri- umphial re-entry into Texas. You had pointed the ...

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 — 11 October 1906

10UTHEHN MERCUBY AMD FARMERS UNION PA8SW02DL I i t& r (From Sunday's Times Herald.) o October 13, next Satur- day, we'll go out to the Pair grounds park and awell the crowd," remarked Old Poli- tician last night. "The Times Herald has made a magnificent fipht for the Fair and hns had the stalwart backing of the leading country weeklies as well as the enterprising and substantial dai- lies of other cities and. towns. The Times Herald has been pegging away fighting for the Fair since the close of the political campaign in Texas—or Thomas M. Campbell for governor. The rather, the nomination of Colonel newspapers of Texas, outside of Dal- las. responded to The Times Herald's call and there has been more editorials written and printed commending the State Fair this year than ever before In Its history. Kdltorlal endorsement is hard to get, but the managers of the State Fair have had the benefit of printer's Ink, in an editorial way this year, more than ever before. The Times Herald l...

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 — 11 October 1906

M ,-i> . 2* 1 HE SOUTHERN MRRCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. , V v.. , •' Tf v ■ • United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. iMsuod Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, poatoffleu as mall mat- ter of ttie second class. Ktrutcit before the Federal commission to lie perfectly true. IjiiI «t tlita time tile trust had not been attacked and it was arrogant." PUBLI8HED EVERV THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building. 213-216 commerce It. (Coiner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address •II communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc, payable to MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It is found that a large major- lly of our subscribers prefer not to have their aubaciip- , w Hone interrupted and their files broken In case they rail to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed Ui"> continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing or at any...

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 — 11 October 1906

nmumjKN MEKL'UKY AND FARMERS UNION PAS8W0BIX o MR. ROSS ON PROPOSED CONSTITUTION Sec. 1. This Constitution and By- Laws shall be submitted to a refer- endum vote of the entire membership, said vote to be taken between the liour.i of 1 o'clock p. m. and 12 o'clock m.. on Nov. 24, 1 #06; said vote to be taken, returned and counted according to the provisions outlined in this Constitu- tion and By-Laws. Sec. 2. Under tho provisions of the organic law of this Union, under which this substitute is offered, nil members in good standing are required to vote. It is hereby declared and or- dered that all members abstaining themselves from said election shall be considered counted as voting in the af - firmative." Now. brethren, I have been picking cotton today. 1t being the first that J have picked this year. I am stiff as a crutch and have a few scattering gum boils on my knees as the result there- of, but I desire to call your attention to Art. 8. Sees. 1 and 2, of the Consti- tution, fram...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 11 October 1906

f.^UTHEHX MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PA8SWOKOL WARM LETTERS ARE ^CHANGED Senator Bailey Writes Attorney Gen* eral Davidson and Gets Reply. EVIDENCE IS SUfEICIENT General Davidson Intimates That Bailey's Testimony is Not Needed to Make Out Case. Austin, Tex., Oct. 8.—Hon. W. E. Hawkins, first assistant attorney gen- eral, made the following statement to The Times Herald correspondent this afternoon: "Several daily newspapers In the j ■tate have requested me to give out for publication a letter from Senator Bai- ley to the attorney general concerning the suit of the state against the Wa- ters-Pierce Oil company. "The letter was addressed to Mr. Da- vidson as attorney general but was marked 'personal.' Now Senator Pul- ley is reported by dally press as having stated in his speech at Houston last j Saturday night that lie bad written a letter and that It could be found in the attorhey general's office and something as to its contents. I understand the statement of the senator as offset- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 11 October 1906

A Man OFlfeiaHT m,' m =0 William Howard Taft, Secretary of Wa.r, Is ®l Heavyweight BoiK Mentally and Physically. His Title Is Suggestive of War, but His Actual Mission Seems to Be That of a Promoter of Peace—Even Those Who Do Not Sh&re His Political Be- liefs Are Attracted by His Personality. THE successor of William How- ard Taft. as secretary of war will Wave to be a man of parts In order to fill that office ireditably. The present Incumbent las made tliat necessary. He has es- abiished precedents so striking and, isithai. so popular that all future war lecrotarlcs will be expected to follow them, and It will not be easy to do. Until lils day the duties of tho office were not well defined. He has demon- itrated that fact In a very practical way—by doing: things that his prede- cessors never did. It is true that theso things were not expected of the others —it Is probable that it never occurred to one of them that If ho wished he might do them. The war secretary of the past was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 11 October 1906

.. :T NEW YORK PUBLISHER USES VUROLK LANGUAGE IN HIS BUFFALO ADDRESS. Denominates Recent Presidential Candidate as a Political Cockroach. Flays H. H. Rogers. Chas. A. Towne and Thomas F. Ryan. Bold Words From Orator. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 0.—Swaying an audience that filled convention hall to-night up to the last pitch of enthu- siasm, Win. R. Hearst made one of the bitterest personal attacks ever heard In any state campaign, on former Judge Alton B. Parker, the last Demo- cratic candidate for president, charac- terising1 him as a "political cockroach." He followed this up with attacks on H. H. Rogers. Chas. A. Towne, .Thomas F. Ryan, District Attorney Jerome and others heretofore classed as Democrats und made it plain that from now on the most bitter personalities are to be used by him in assailing those who are not favorable to his candidacy? Inci- dentally Hearst declined to interfere in the Erie county situation, where the Independent league has a ticket In the field opposing 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 — 18 October 1906

•T- j * ¥* B & UNITED WITH Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. 8outhern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 1, 1905. Vol. XXVI, No. 46 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, October 18, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum At a recent district union meeting held at Schulenburg Messrs. C. L. Glass, P. L. Ernls, Jno. W. Tubbs, Jno. Wardhausen and W. H. Greenshleld Were appointed to wait In the business people In reference to establishing a warehouse at that place. Bridgeport, Texas, also gets a union Warehouse. Next? The directors of the proposed Gra- ham warehouse are J. P. Hyden, R. L. Tankersley, J. H. House, J. H. Newby and J. M. Wood. The building committee Is composed of J. M. Wood, R. L Tankersley and J. H- Newby. Preparations are going forward for the completion of the work as rapidly as possible and it is thought that it will be ready for the storage of such cotton before a great while. S. W. Lane, in the meantime, has charge of the cotton yard. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 October 1906

' v- BOUTflEBtf MKBCUKY AND FARJIKRS USTOW PA88W0S& e= FARMERS' UNION DAV. ion Day at 8ta* Fair—Neted Speakers invited. Saturday. Oet. 27, Will be Farmer*'Un- President E. A. Calvin will be mas- ter of oercmonles. A number of distinguished speakers have been Invited to make addresses on this occasion, as follows: Thos. M." Campbell of Palestine— "The Needs of the State Board of Ag- riculture." N. A. Shaw of Texarka'na—"The Growth of the Cotton Industry." Green B. Patterson of Oklahoma— "The Necessity of Organization and Co-Operation." N. C. Murray, Ex-President Farmers' Union—"The Progress of the Farmers' Union." Clias. F. Lansing—"Some Pointed Facts About Cotton Marketing." It is believed all these speakers will appear Senators Culberson and Bailey have also been Invited to speak, the formei' on "Expansion of Cotton Trade," and the latter on "The Evils of Future Gambling and Its Remedy." An Immense crowd is expected. Be on hand. The famous singer, Madame Sembrlch, will also giv...

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 — 18 October 1906

m if •OTJTHEBN MERCURY AND FABMEBS TOIOJT PASSWOHL OKLAHOMA WIDE-AWAKE. Iliiteh of R*o«nt Work, From 8tato Organizar Daws—Notts From tho Fiolrf. The County Union and County Fair at Grant and Day counties was a grand success. The exhibitions from the farm told of the fertility and the productive- ness of the soil. The County Union was represented by 97 delegates from 29 local unions in the county. In the (wo days' session, every Interest of Union work in that county was looked after. Indeed, it was a representative body of farmers whose moral and intellectual work cannot be excelled. The leading spirit and the presiding officer of this county is Brother Duncan, a man well informed, one who stands high in the estimation, not only of the Farmers' Union, but in the community at large, and Is appreciated by all for his sterl- ing worth as a good farmer and a good citizen. Write down In your books that Day County, Okla., Is surely coming to the front In the development of the principles o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 October 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCUBT AND 7A1MEB8 UHION P1S8V0B1I United with PARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONe DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- ter of the second class. II PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the " FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building, 218-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address all communications, and make all 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- tions interrupted and their files broken In case they fall to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the Sear. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- on at the proper time. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, ...

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 — 18 October 1906

•-.• ■ V" -.T, --T-.♦VT-t".--. — ■ '-- ~-.~-x~,:~ ;. ^ .... tut,-. '?TTP ■■ Jl'.J-..>" • r^wmF^^z- 5&£ U; .-v. r.>>K; # SOUTHERN KEBCUBT AND VABMIM UNION PAMWOSBL I I t l The matter on this page is taken from the 8*ptember number of the Farmers Union Magazine, edited by Alfred M. Col- wiclc, Dallas, Texas. EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS. The trusts still live. So do the trust busters. The crop exaggerator is abroad ill the land, seeking whom he may deceive and whose crops he may rcduce in value. Some folks indulge in guessing and then hypnotize themselves into the fan- tastic notion that they are thinking. The Augusta Tribune says Carnegie's committee has recommended no changes in the words "steel" and steal. The old way is good enough for Andy. Fear invites failure. Cultivate self- confidence. Grit, pluck and perseverance —these qualities usually carry the day, even when the odds seem against you. "Legislation controlling the trusts," did you say? No, no, you've got "the cart be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 October 1906

VOUTHEBIT VEBCUBT AMD FABMBBS UNIOV PAS8W0BSL m CHINA WANTS HER RIGHTS Demands That Manchuria be Restored to Her. London, Oct. 18.—It Is freely assert- ed in diplomatic circles here that seri- ous trouble is breeding between Japan and china. The British minister at Pekin. it is declared, has notified the British government that Chlnp. is pre- paring a note to the powers asking them to compel Japan to restore Man- churia to her. According to report here China, some weeks ago, sounded all of the powers as to how they would receive such a note, and It is said the representatives abroad of the Chinese nation were In- formed that If properly presented It would receive every consideration. China takes the position that at the outbreak of the war between Russia and Japan, the mikado's government made public the declaration that the war was a "holy" one and was under- taken by Japan for the purpose of pre- serving the integrity of her neighbor threatened by Russia. Japan won, and ■Ince the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 18 October 1906

V. / f 0 corvaitNr. EARST-THE MAN REMARKABLE CAREER OF A BORN MILLIONAIRE WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST AND HIS FAMILY. IT is now several years since Wil- liam Randolph Hearst, Demo- cratic candidate for the gov- ernorship of New York, became America's foremost champion of pub- licity. Notwithstanding that fact, there is probably no other American of equal prominence who ir so little known personally. He has never de- sisted from directing the rays of his penetrating Searchlight against the do- ings of l .is fellows, but he has been cttunding in the shadow, not hidden or shrinking, hut eclipsed by the more in- sistent radiance that he has focused on the others. It is not likely that Mr. Hearst has cultivated an air of mystery in order to stimulate public interest in him, but it has seemed not infrequently as if that were precisely what he was try- ing to do. Such an impression is due to his highly distinctive manner of conducting his business and, more es- pecially, his political affairs....

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 — 18 October 1906

BOUTHEBK MEBCT7BY AND VABMXB8 UNION PAS8W0MH SPINNERS ARE LOOKING OUT English Cotton Men are Interested In the Southern Staple. Galveston, Texan, Oct. 13.—Advices * have been received here from London to the effect that Lancawhire spinners have received a report from the coin* mission of the South recommending the purchase of lands In Southern States for the cultivation of cotton, and the second delegation of English spinners are soon to arrive in Texas for that Surpose. It will be remembered that ist fall a party of Manchester spin- ners made a tour of the South and visited this port and other sections of the country with the particular ob- ject to promote a movement. for the better baling and handling of cotton, 'In this they were encounigod by the cotton me here and elsewhere In the State, Their visit to southwestern Tex- as resulted in the purchase of several thousand acres of cotton land to be im- mediately put under cultivation. That they should have taken advuntage of the opp...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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