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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

I \ ./ DAY OF RIOTING IN WINDY CITY SOUTHERN" MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ONE HAN WAS KILLED AND MANY OTHERS WERE WOUNDED. Chicago, June 17.—This was a day of more rioting, one man being killed and several wounded, two fatally. The last affray occurred at the Alton freight house, Clinton and Van Buren streets. A United States express wagon, driven and guarded by non-union men, was attacked by a mob while endeavoring to force a way through a blockade. When missiles began coming too thick Driver Monroe and Conductor Herman Jumped to the ground to de- fend themselves. Herman began shoot- ing. as he claims, Into the air to give notice to the police. One of the bullets struck Frank Huckhold, who waa boarding a street car half a block away, and he fell dead with a bullet through his heart. P. W. White, said to be 'a union picket, was shot through the chest by Driver Monroe. At the hos- pital it is reported he can not recover. Many arrests were made, four of the men being union tea...

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 — 22 June 1905

fiOTTTHETCN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. PRINTERS IN CONVENTION Proposed Eight Hour Discussed. Law is {FYom Monday's Times Herald.) Delegates to a meeting of printers from throughout the state began to. assemble in this city last night and this morning. The object of the convention Is to take action relative to the establlsh- take action relative to the establish- ment of the eight-hour day of work in The object of the convention is to ment of the eight-hour day of work In all printing offices in the state. The unions represented so far ar- rived, are Galveston, San Antonio, Waco, San Angelo, Greenville, " Fort Worth, Cleburne, McKlnney and Hous- ton. Delegates from smaller towns are expected. Dallas, ot course, is repre- sented. The meeting was set for 10 o'clock this morning, but owing to the absence of some delegates the hour was post- poned and it was 11:30 o'clock before business commenced. Practically all the newspaper offices, dallies, In the state now have the eight-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

The Wonder Story of Japan's Navy and Its Admiral ■< tN Admiral HelhactCto Togo, one of the tori- moat figures of this w any other age, has in- volved as prodigious a responsibility as tus ever fallen to the lot of a single individual. Even the part played by Nelson In the preservation of the English speakl ig race was not more fraught with m - "-Blent. It has been his destiny to wield ne of the most splendid, * one of tie most formidable, instruments evsr forged by the hand of inventive man. [n her navy Japan created in less than ten years as perfect a fighting machine for its size as any on the globe. At the most perilous crisis in her fortunes she Chose to commit the working of this tremendous agency to the hands of Ad- miral Togo, a choice. It may be believed, that was made with the utmost deliber- ation and after a complete survey of all the possibilities cf the situation. Japan felt that it was a matter in which ^here must be no mistake. There has been no mistake. On Feb. g,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 June 1905

SOUTITEJttT MERCTJUY AND FARMERS TJNIOW PASSWORD. BOYS IN GRAY ARE MARCHING LOUISVILLE'S STREETS FILLED WITH EX- CONFEDERATES. Louisville, Ky.f June 16, 12:00 m.— fThe large crowd of old soldiers and visitors In Louisville attending the United Confederate Veterans' reunion, was augmented today by the arrival of great numbers from many nearby towns Who crime to sea today's feature, the parade of what is left of the men who fought for the Confederacy. Although Weather Official Wialz forecasted showers for the day the indications are that rain, might be delayed long enough to permit the veterans to pass In re- view before the thousands which line the streets, a privilege- which was de- nied Louisville five years ago, when rain fell almost steadily during the day reunion. The hour set for the parade •was 11.30, with the understanding that Should rain occur the march would bo leaders who moved around in an effort to form the ranks, were Commander Stephen D. Lee, General Joe Wheeler, Gen....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

*7^ !%**« "t'-r11, \w - W TH & Southern Mercury Established 380. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Soutnern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1900; Vol. XXV. No. 26 Dallas, Texas. Thursday, June 29, 1005 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. —- ——— Condensed Notes of L'ntan Work. The Boys at the Forks of The Creel; Heard From. Work for the Union in an effective way by extending our circulation. State Organizer Earle of South Car- olina reports crop conditions slow, but the Union is not so slow, but Is coin- ing fust. Two thousand strong in Newton county, Missouri, writes State Organ- izer Ray. They are taking hold in a business way, as will'be seen from his letter in' an'oth&r Column. Taylor County Union elected Bros. J. "W. Childers and A. P. Corning as delegates to the State Union. The pro- posed constitutional amendments as a whole were rejected. Next meeting In August, at Buffalo Gap. J. D. Mont- gomery and J. W. Baker were present. if poss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

SOUTHiSKN MJOtCUHY AND FABMEHS U.MON PASSWORD. INDIANS MASSACRE WOMEN AND CHILDREN San Francisco, June 27.—A dispatch to the Chronicle from Tucson says: At least twelve ranchers and several wo- men and children have met death at the hands of a gang of a hundred Yaqul Indians who have been raiding the country along the San iligucl river In the Urea district of Honora, nnil a party composed largely o? American mining men, headed by .lr>se;>h J.'ewftt have gone out from Pohco station to relieve the unfortunates who are In danger of being massacred by the In- dians. Dr. Frank J. Touissant, who returned from Ures, brought news of the trouble which begun last Friday. After sev- eral families had bpen murdered by the Indians the ranchers made a deter- mined stand at Buenoa Ay res ranch, where aided by ubout thirty employes, they succeeded In repulsing the In- dians, although Jesus Orlando, proprie- tor of the ranch, und his brother, Fran- cisco, Luis Carranza, proprietor of an adjoin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

.rjpir. M,j i.n|j K..,-^—.'" ■ — - - TO i*tt88Ks<y(^wHw t^p* I ■ SOUTHERN' ^rEBCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ANARCHY'S EMBLEM IS AGAIN UNFURLED SCENES AT LODZ COME NEAR BEING RE- PEATED AT WARSAW. I y k r Warsaw, June 25.—Anarchists' red flag was again unfurled In Warsaw's streets early last evening and the scenes of rioting and bloodshed that brought death to hundreds and injury to thousands at Lodz in the past four days of riating, promised to be repeat- ed here unless the troops and police arc able to cow the spirit of the socialistic element. Up to midnight it was known that One soldier had been shot down. In reprisal the troops of the patrol hi which the murdered soldier belonged, fired Into a house that held the assas- sin, killing four men, fatally wounding two women and injuring a Kcore of .others. Soldiers of an infantry .le- tachment shot down a mother and her daughter who taunted them with a revolutionary cry. Two soldiers were then fatally Injured by the bursting o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

SOUTHERN MEIiCOTtY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Fanners Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas/Texas, postof- fice as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 2X3-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Bulidiiig). Dal- las. Texas tlon, New York state Htrlkingly typical. being merely NOT A SQUARE DEAL. Some of tlie fruit and truck growers are having Had experiences shipping their stuff to Northern markets; In some instances they have come out In debt—virtually donating their produce to the express robbers and commis- sion men! This is a good time to pro- cure a home tanner and not be wholly at the mercy of the market manipula- tors and express highwaymen. Some blundering farm papers are ness or risks at a total expense of not over *100. The companies are now car- ry Insurance aggregating over $176,- entertalns lavishly (vu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. I INDIAHOMA DEPARTMENT lndiahoma State Union. B. O. Dawes. President. Cordell. O. T. J. P Connors, Vice-President, Canadian, 1 T. J. S. Moore. Secretary-Treasurer, Hess, O. T. A. J. Carter. General Organizer, I.ind- b.*y. I. T. He/. P." C. Estls. Chaplain. Snyder, O. T. J. H. K< ltner. Conductor, Stonewall, 1. 1. J. E. Gunter. Doorkeeper, Muldrow, I. 1. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A. Frank Koss. Chairman. Durant, I. T. \V. H. Lancaster. Secretary, RofT. 1- 1. Campbell Kussell. Hereford. 1. T. R. J. Ward Oak I.o<lge. I. T. i. XV. Harrison, Roosevelt, O. T. J. H. CONNORS. "Vice-President J. H. Connors of the State Union of lndiahoma was born in St. Louis, Mo., 48 years ago of Irish parentage. He is a Catholic in religion, a Democrat in politics and a farmer from choice, after hav- ing tried various other occupations. Mr. Connors has been a resident of the Indian Territory about 25 years, and there are few men more conver- sant with Territory...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

SOUTHERN MERCUKY ANTXFARMERS UNION PASSWORD. GOV. LUBBOCK PASSES AWAY Venerable Statesman Gathered to His Fathers. With the rwiRslnsr of Judge John H. Reagan. the ifiHt survivor of President Davis' cabinet, and Governor F. R. Lub- bock. the last survivor of his staff, within a few months of each other, the book of Confederate history has be<?n seled In Texas, and two of the state's most famous .-ind renowned pion- eers and defenders have passed to their last long sleep. Governor Lubbock was thrice mar- ried. the last time to Mlsa Lou Hcott of Abilene, Tex., who survives her re- nowned husband, and who was his un- faltering • \ 'I devoted comnainon in the evening of his eventful life. POSED AS A PHYSICIAN Chicago Man Arrested on Swind- ling Charge. Austin. Tex., June 23.—Ex-Governor Lubbock is dead. The end came peace- fully at 9:26 last evening while he was surrounded bv relatives and friends. Death c.ime from paralysis, superin- duced by old acre, a a he would have reached 90 ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

The Present Anomalous Condition In Scandinavia it |HB action that practi- cally amounts to a declaration of inde- pendence on the part of Norway, dissolving the - dual government which has existed be- tween that country and Bweden since 1815, marks one of the tnost Interesting crises In modern his- tory and brings into the limelight the most democratic and accomplished reigning house In Europe. The break- ing of the ties between the two Scandi- navian countries has long been fore- shadowed. It arose, as most modern governmental troubles do, through in- dustrial and trade conditions. Sweden is a protection country and Norway a free trade. While the two nations have had a common king, they have main- tained separate constitutions and gov- ernments, at least In theory. Norway demanded a separate set of consuls, and the vetoing of this demand by King Oscar 11,'brought on the rupture. The Norwegian ministry resigned in a body and refused to withdraw their resignations when requested to d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 29 June 1905

BOTJTHETWT MEHCTJ71Y AND TATl^IERS TTN705T PASSWORD. The National Exchange Bank of Dallas and the Amer ican National Bank of Dallas have been consolidated under the name of The American Exchange National Bank OF DALLAS * With a paid up capital of $1,000,000.00 And surplus of 500,000.00 The consolidated Bank will occupy the present quarters of the Na- tional Exchange Bank and the officers and directors are as follows: OFFICERS President -ROYAL A. FERRIS. Vice-Presidents--J- B. WILSON, E. M. REARDON. C. O. SLAUGH- TER. E. J. GANNON. A. V, LANE. Cashier—NATHAN ADAM8. Assistant Cashlers-j. A. PONDROM. G. H- PITTMAN. L. B. TOREY, HOWARD CLAIBORNE. H. H. SMITH. DIRECTORS BOYCOTT BY ORIENTALS The Situation in China Growing Worse. VT. H. THOMAS. Dallas. L. S. THORNE, Vice President and General Manager T. & P. Ry. Co. W. J. TOWNSEND, of Schneider-Davis Company. Wholesale Grocers. PAUL WAPI..ES, of Wftples-Platter Grocer Company, Dallas. W. B. WORSHAM, Banker and Cuttle Raiser, Henrietta,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

—— r~ H * n UNITED N WITH vll flat R a m v I I i ; I Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lv 1905; [3v I I Vol. XXV. No. 27 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, July 6, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum Some Extraordinary Values Are offered in Silk, Wool, Cotton and Linen Dress Fabrics. In Ladies' Coats, Suits, Skirts, Waists, Wrappers and Kimonas. In Parasols, fine Embroidery, Val. Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Hand- kerchiefs. Eelts, Millinery, Men's Hats. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Curtains, Furniture, Beds, Mattings, Linoleums, Art Squares, etc. White and Wash Fabrics Some Grc at Price Reductions. In choice designs of the me v.n liable cotton weaves. A few hints: Imported white Persian "more | regular price is 35e per yard, clearance sale pric ^eans ; cab,. 25£ White Linen Cambric, full yai" [ 30 8ay8. -e linen, the reg- ular price is 35c, clearance sa.e regeneration C 25<^ 32-incn white St. Call Swiss, em...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

ssr 5 - southern- mebcury axd farmers uxrox password. INDIAHOMA DEPARTMENT Indiahoma State Union. 6. O. Dawes, President, Oordell. O. T. J. P. Connors, Vice-President, Canadian, I. T. i. S. Moore. Secretary-Treasurer, Hess, O. T. A. J. Carter. General Organizer, l.lnd- aey. I. T. „ „ Rev. P. C. Estis. Chaplain, Snyder. O. T. J. H. Keltner, Conductor, Stonewall, I. T. J. E. Gunter, DoorkofiK-r, Muldrow, I. T. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A. Frank Ross, Chairman. Durant. I. T. W. H, Lancaster, Secretary. Roff. I. T. Campbell Russell. Hereford. 1. T. R. 3. Ward, Oak Lodge. I. T. Jf. W. Harrison, Roosevelt. O. T. CALL FOR CADDO, OKLA. A County Farmers' Union will be organized In Anadarko, Tor Caddo County. Oklahoma, on Monday, July 10, 1905. Will see that notices are placed In conspicuous places as to phere said meeting will he, so delegates "* n find meeting after petting to town. T. B. EDDY, Organizer, Anadarko, Okla. NOTICE, COMANCHE LOCALS. Let all Locals in Comanche County, Oklahoma take n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. INJUNCTION IS VIOLATED Western Railroads to be Defendants. Made Kansas City, July 1.—Practically every railroad operating: west out of Chicago will be made a defendant on the information to be filed In Chicago next week in rebate cases affecting the International Harvester company. Some time ago Judge Grosscup of the Federal court restrained nearly all of the Chi- cago lines from paying rebates to the International Harvester company. This injunction, it will be charged, has betn violated and the government will begin prosecution. Milton D. Purdy, who was here all this week preparing the information against the railroads in the rebate cases against the Santa Fe. left for Chicago tonight to file the information. It will be filed In the United States cir- cuit court some time the latter part of the week. The information will charge that the railroad sought to evade the injunction against granting rebates to the Inter- national Harvester comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

I ftSOUTHKJIN MfiitCl/KY AM) FAUilKHM UMUN rASMWORIl United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by the Farmers Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year, in advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallas. Texas, poatpf- flce as mail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Building), Dal- las. Texas can we call It our own and fix our price and stand firm and eventually get If. Ill four years. If no further reduction Is secured. It will amount to nearly three million dollars. It shows what the farmers can do If they will stand to- gether and work for their common wel- fare. To effect the best results It Is j.l solutely essential that all must work Vorlon and Loomis can attest and work together In strictest harmony, j Too much praise cannot be given to 1 Place your best men In the front— our State officers for their zealous ef- j men with backbone, character and con- f 'l ts In bringing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AXD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Ji * \ ^ ADVICE TO THE UNIONS THAT CONSTITUTION CONTRO- VER8Y. To begin, let ine say, boys, let us bury the hatchet. It may be the Hunt county demands of the Kxecu- tive Committee to Investigate amendments and charges of mutilation were a little too rigid. On the other hand, without judging or censuring on either side. It may be that the Executive Committee was a little too stiff in not granting seats to Hunt county committeemen in its ses- sions. At all events, it seems we have got Into a sort of muddle about it. Well, it Is ri?lit to contend earnestly for principle!, but let us not deal In ambiguity or innuendoes, but if Jones or Smith is guilty of something bad let us first get the undeniable proof of It, then talk right out in meeting. Why, boys, we may muddle and muddle over our differences till doom's day. but that won't settle It. Besides, we be breth- ren; we can't afford to bite and scratch like ilogs and cats. Nor have we time t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

wm SOTTTIIEJtN' MEHCTT11Y AND faiwers union password. THE FARMERS UNION AND POLITICS WARSHIPS REACH PORT Must Eschew Politics—Advocates a Non- Partisan Plan To The Mercury-Password: I see a letter from Uro. J. M. Garner, the purport of which In a prediction that the F. E. & C. V. of A. will make n flat fiillure if It don't go Into politics by local meetings and sending dele- grates to district and county and State and national meetings, naming men for all public offices, etc. It was on this rock that the Alliance fell. He insinuates that our officials could be bought by the monopolies to induce In- dividuals to conform to so base and groundless a theory. I have a higher opinion of our officials than to think they would do so absurd a thing. Now, if the F. K. & <\ A. U. does go Into politics and put out tickets wo tni^ht elect a few county officials and probably a few to State offices the llrst election, but by the next election we would be indeed lucky if we were to elect...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

\ Speaks of Colors Which WiU Be Popular This Summer — The Abor- tive Attempt to Boom Coral Red — The Return of the College Graduates to the Old Home — An Original Suggestion as to Character Building « mm WSS!" THERE has been an attempt this summer to make a certain coral shade fashionable, but it has not succeeded. Red is Itself a winter color, and it always looks hot and out of place on a warm day. The nearest approach to it that can be worn during the summer months Is an old rose, and this is extremely pretty made up in pongee and trimmed Vth tiny black buttons. On the other hand, have you noticed low much blue is being made up into •ostumes this year? There are at least fcalf a dozen new shades, every one of Them pretty. For the brunette there Is > pale baby blue that comes in linens, Vjd the deep rich blue which is suit- |f)le in veilings. Then there are all jjlie Intermediate shades for the brown haired woman, ending in a light cadet blue for the blond. Blue is eminently sui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 6 July 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. GRIM DEATH RIDES ON THE BILLOWS ' Del Rio, Tex., July 3—Eighteen lives tre known to have been lost as a re- •ult of the cloudburst In the moun- tains near the town of Las Vacas. Two of the dead are Amerlcr a chll- #ren who were washed away before the eyes of a large panic-stricken jrowd. The loss and damage to prop- erty has not been estimated. It Is •normous, as the water swept through the fertile valley In a mighty flood, car- rying everything before It. The loss In live stock Is very groat. Funds are oelng raised for the flood suttererB and leurching parties are trying to recover the bodies of the dead. Fresh news comes In almost hourly from some point where property was Samaged and probably liven were lost. It will be several days before nil de- tails of the destruction of homes, life and property can be known. The sixteen Mexicans who were drowned lived about four miles from Las Vecas, on the banks of the creek, a iid just one mile f...

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