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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

p™ - • - *' W. •.. * • THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOUBNAE. * . - >. Dairying TO HANDLE A BULU WATER IN DANISH BUTTER. We suppose there is some funda- mental law In psychology to account for the fact that almost every person shares In the human failins which finds a certain amount of mischievous pleasure in discovering that those whom we suppose to be infallible are fallible after all. It is certain, at all events, that some such feeling is very likely to arise in the minds of people, who are always being told to look to Denmark, especially in regard to the making of butter, when they discover that even the unerring Dane can sometimes be caught out in regard to the percentage of water in butter. A prosecution took place recently in Saddleworth, in which the defendants were shown to have sold Danish but- ter with practically 21 per cent of water in it; that is, 5 per cent above the maximum limit allowed. Of course one case of this kind does not pro*, e much, and we would all...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator And Farm Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOTTRNAIi For Grinding Pains child in her arms,or clinging to her SALADS AND 8ALAD DRESSINGS. home. There 1b usually a box factory Inin almoKt every town where plain Nearly all vegetables may be served white boxes of suitable size can ho In the form of salad. The salads made procured. If wanted, pretty decora- with the raw vegetables are more re- tions cut < t. of flowered wall paper freshing and perhaps more generally STIFFNESS, STITCHES, LAMENESS, CRAMI*. TWISTS AND TWITCHES, ALL DECAMP WHEN YOU APPLY may bo pasted on them. Women's Agonies The agonies that you may suffer every month, can be relieved. Take Wine of Cardui. This purely vegetable remedy acts curatively on the womanly functions. During over 50 years it has been successfully and beneficially used by more than a million women and still continues its good workj In |the relief or cure of womanly pain and suffering. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of how they were cured by Wine ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator And Farm Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

THE JNATlONAIi CO-OFEKATU1I AND FAKM JOUKNAU Poultry Department INCUBATOR CHICKS. P- ' The U. S. Agricultural Department has a now bulletin ou incubation, No. 236, which it will pay anyone to send for who thinks of buying a machine. The bulletin not only presents plain tresh air and exercise in the yard directions for running Incubators, but will do them good, even if it is a lit- gives the often overlooked caution that tato left from meals; this is liable to tie cool, but be sure and keep them some manufacturers make the mistake The beginner, if he felt weighed dry and provide a warm hover when of toiling to test every machine as a down with responsibility when filling they incline to want it. whole, before sending it out. Through bis Machine, is doubly burdened when made of the same materials, from the the little peepers come forth, their WHY SOME EGGS DO NOT HATCH, same patterns, by the same machtn- concerted efforts leading une to think ery, and workmen, all mechanical they are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 8 May 1907

~T/ir T mm .... -. ,■■■■«■- ■ re •■ , ■ ■« r®' "' ; * ' I THB NATIONAL CO-OPBKATOR AND FARM JOTTRNAIi LET US HELP YOU We deem it proper to announce clearly and distinctly at this time our motives for organizing the Texas Cotton Warehouse Company, and the plans and intentions of that com- pany. All of us have been engaged in organizing warehouses and we have met with success at some places and with failures at others. We found that there was a great portion of the state where the Union was not strong enough to organize these warehouses without outside assistance, and in order to meet that emergency, we,as loyal Union men. and solely for the benefit of the Union cause, succeeded in interesting sufficient outside capital to organize this company. We propose to work where the Union is weak, and to complete this chain of warehouses begun in union territory, We propose to sell stock in this company for the purpose of establishing these warehouses to union farmers non-Union farmers and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

TOPEKA iL _ Southern Mercury United With SSI* National D Co-Operator Farm Journal Volume 28. DALLAS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MAY 15. 1907 Number 32. sriii Farmers Union Password United With The iJ&tional Co-Operator and Farm Journal Farmers Union Officials Go To Europe CHAS. S. BARRETT, ATWATER, OA., NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE FARMERS' UNION. President Barrett of the National and President Calvin of the Texas State Farmers'' Union go to Vienna Austria to meet in conference. The Great Cotton Manfuacturing Associations of Europe and America. No Gathering of Commercial Interests So Fraught with Import to the Entire World, Ha3 Ever Been Held, in any Age. A New Trade System and an Innovation In Trade Relations are to be Established. Take Heart and Rejoice, oh Farmers of America, for the Year of Jubilee is Dawning. K. A. CALVIN, PALLAS, TEXAS, PRESIDENT TEXAS STATE FARMKRS' UNION. i v I ! I .1 ? They are off to attend the groat Conference with the Manufacturers in Vienna, Austria, on the 27th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

TITB NATIONAL CO-OPERATOB AND FARM JOURNAL. 34 Years Selling Direct Our vehicles and harneMi have been sold direct from our (netory to u*«r fur a third of * century. Wo *lilp for •uuntxiation and approval and jruemntee ear« delivery. Tou are out nothing If not aatladed a to style, quality and price. Wim tlw Lif|Ht Manufacturers In tha WorM aelllnsr to the eon- "inner excluhlv**ly. >N e make *> aiyl«*« or V eh 1 c 1 e * , 6b styles of llarnPMH. Ken.i for lar^e, free No. 758. Spindle S#*at Rtke (ic*r Driving Wstron w ith K In. Guaranteed Rubber tires. Price complete. $66,60. As good as *«ells for tSA.00 more. No. 833. I.ljrht Canopy Top Trap. I rlr* eom plf«u>, 678.00. ▲a good us sells for #20.00 to f."W 00 more. Elkhart Carriage C Hnrnais Mfg. Ca. Elkhart, Indiana LIMESTONE COUNTY UNION. Will Store and Hold Cotton Seed Well as Warehouse and Hold Cotton for the Price. as National Co-Operator: Tho Lime- Stone County Union at its recent meet- ing adopted the following resolutio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

THE NATIONAii UO-OPEKATOR AND FARM JOURNAli FARMERS ELEVATORS. n U \ f Vt ' " 4 'V ll ~JT I m N> Two Millions Capital Invested Thus In Iowa by Farmers Fighting ths Speculators. Fort Dodge (la.) Messenger. That there is uiore than two mil- lions of dollars invested in the State of Iowa in farmers' elevators was the statement made Saturday by E. G. Dunn, special representative of the Independent commission firm of Esch- enburg and Dalton of Chicago, which largely handles the shipments of the farmers' elevators of this State. "Over fifty farmers' elevator organ- izations resulted from the state meet- ing held in Fort Dodge in January," continued Mr. Dunn. "It was the most successful meeting in the history of the organization. There are 212 branch organizntions at from six to twelve thousand dollars capital each. Opposition Made It Grow. "Opposition Is what made the farm- er's elevator movement grow. Tho farmers were placed on their mettle by the fight of the line elevators which hag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

. TJ- " .jjjjphywi" ■* >* j}yi- " "7.* ~ M, THR RATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURNAE. -AMP- PARM JOURNAL O. P PYLE Managing Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. * published weekly, srery Wednesday, by The Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union Publish- ing Company. i|«5 and S67 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. firms of subscription, one dollar • year, In advance. *Vntered as second-class matter No- vember 13. 1906, at tbe postoftlce at Dallas, Texas, under the Act of Congress of Murch 3. 187V." f ■— ■ i Advertising rates win be turnlsnca on replication. r. 111 up to otir great privilege. To be It i* a fart, that if all our peopleplace such a higher estimate upon preparations to be exempt from the permitted to work for so great a could read the Maine literature, if it the lives and health of rattle, horses, provisions of the law; and provided, cause is certainly a very great priir- be the proper kind, our fight would sheep and even hogs than they do further, that the provisio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

PPlWi!PlW? f«hs THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOURXAU - L Ik Provide Protection For your family or for yourself in your old age by securing a Certificate with the Trinity Lifo and Annuity Society Dallas, Texas Pays steady monthly income for term of years or for life. The most beneficient form of Life Insurance written. "1 Premltimn Easy Address all comunications to R. T. Benefield. Mgr. 604 Scollard Bldg, Agents Wanted 6AST0N NATIONAL BANK Dallas, Texas Capital Stock $250,000 W. H. GASTON, President. D. E. WAGGONER, Vice-President. W. K. GASTON, SECOND VICE-President R. C. AYRES, CASHIER J. HOWARD ARDREY, Assistant Cashier. W. D. HltNDJfLRSON Assista, t Cashier ABSOLUTE SECURITY, LIBERALTREATMENT, EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE Farmers' Accounts a Specialty Dairying THE AMERICAN COW. There are nearly 25,000,000 dairy cows in the United States, and enough other cattle to make a total of over 90,000,000 head, Including bulls, oxen, young stock and the flocks and herds ■which range to the val...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

TITR NATIONAL CO-OPERA OR ANT> FARM JOURNAfl. Woman's Relief What Cardui Did One can only judge of That Cardui will do for you, by what It has dene for others. It has been called "Woman's Relief," because of its wonderful power, demonstrated In actual ex- perience before the public, during more than 50 years, over the pains, distress and Ills, from which women are so prone to suffer. As an Individual case, we will Instance that of Mrs. Emma Carrier, of Emmett, Tenn., who writes as follows: "Wine of Cardui has done me more good than all the doctors who treated me. I had several operations for female trouble, but got no better; until Wine of Cardui brought me relief." At all druggists, In $1. bottles. Try It. TRW RrtAlT Writ* for Free 64 page Book for Wo- XIlEiXt DWIV men If vou n„d Advice, d« crib« FAD T ATtlfC (ymptonn, atatuii igc. mid w< will r<- liAlrI riu ply in plain hculed envelope. Ladies Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Wine of Cardui L 9...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

>> \ THE NATIONAL PO-GPERA'^R AND FARM JOURNATJ. Poultry Department WHAT THE UNION DID. Editor Co-Operator: It has been said that great movements are usually slow in their development. If this be THE GREAT AMERICAN HEN. the natural heat of the chicks body true, it would be unreasonable to ex- from cooling—to break up the food, pect that The Farmer's Union should Some one has figured that the Amer- and protect them from danger. In make an exception to this general lean hen each year earns enough to fact, chickens do not really require an rule. Yet many of the members have buy all the silver and gold dug out of artificial hen. They only require a been more than impatient for tangible the mines, all the sheep in the coun- suitable covering for their bodies un- results and because the results did try and their wool and leave a balance til full-fledged, to preserve the natural not materialize as quickly as those equal to the entire year's crop of rye, heat, so as to keep their bodi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 15 May 1907

THI? NATIONAL CO-OPEHATOH ANI> FATW .TOTTRNATi. GET IN LINE You want to aid in the fight for high priced cotton. The bonded warehouse offers the only safe and satisfactory weapon. WE BUILD WAREHOUSES AND OPERATE THEM They are operated on a uniform system, Every interest of the South is ready to join the farmers in their great battle for higher prices for cotton. All look to the TEXAS COTTON WAREHOUSE COMPANY to acheive the end so generally desired. All business and agricultural interests acknov/ledge the wisdom of this proposition because it is the first logical movement for warehouse success. Get in line. See that your luwn receives one of these warehouses. More money. More cotton. More business. More prosperity. NEGOTIABLE WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS The TEXAS COTTON The success of the warehouse fight rests upon the ease with which the receipts issued upon cotton in storage can be negotiated. WAREHOUSE COMPANY hus reduced this to its simplest form. We Guarantee Money Will Be Advanced On...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

Southern Mercury United With ^ The National Co-Operator arid r arm" journal □ D n Volume 28. DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MAY 22, 1907. Number 33. SIGN THAT COTTON PLEDGE. Build Warehouses, Not Too Close To- gether, Store Your Cotton and Keep the Pledge. IA To the Members of the F. E. & C. U. of A.: Greeting: The all absorbing, burning question for several months past with otir brethren has been the building of warehouses In which to store our cot- ton. Quite a lot of nice warehouses have been erected in the cotton rais- ing States, but a large percentage of them were completed too late in the acason for handling the crop of 1906. Others are still building and contract- ing for warehouses which will be com- plete^ tefove they are needed to care for our 11)07 crop. I would caution my brethren in regard to the building cf warehouses, as in very nearly every proposition we undertake to handle by saying, "There is a happy mean, between the two extremes that is in- deed hard to attain." ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

Llffhfc Double Bu#iry or Carriun tlar rtce oompleto villi collars and nickel or Imitation rubber trimmings, $24.00. As good aa ■ells for I*.00 to 98.00 moro 34 Years Selling Direct Our vehicles and hat ncs:: have l e«-n fold direct from our factory to utt*i lor a third of a ccn- tury. Wo hliip lor examination uml approval aadffuaron tee sate deli very. You a;«*ouinoth- log if noteatislled as Co style, quality, price. We Are The Largest Manufacturers In The World pellinKtotlieconsumerexeluplvely. We make #10 klvIcm or Vchiclea, ti. t tylcrt of iiui ness Baud for largo, lne catalogue* Elkhart Carriage A Harness Mfg. Co., Fllthart, Ind. Ho. 809. Fine Canopy Top Hurrev. Prion roin- pU)te,$83 00. As good ttttBellM for|i .u0 to £10.00 more THE NATIONAL CO OPEltATOR AND FAUM JOURNAL. tL — . "mere was herald- Some lunnu city in this State the ed.^ ihat a ten-mllllon-dollar corpora- tion had been chartered in Texas for the purpose of building cotton ware- houses and financing cotton, a great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

-'• . mmm Hg* If % ■ - '&& _ I THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOTl AND FABM JOTTTWAll Simpson - Cddystone %. Shepherd Plaids Bright, cool and dainty-looking. Durable and fadeless; some designs with a new silk finish. Beautiful for Siting and Summer wear. Ask your dsaltr for Simpson-Eddying ) Skgpkird Plaidt IwlvWw Three generations of Simpsons have made Simpson Prints. PRINTS The Eddyatone Mfg. Co. (Sola Maker*) Philadelphia. ested and instructed the large crowd to hear, 1n the principles of Union- Ism. Our Union is doing pretty well. We have a $3,000 warehouse at Fordvce, just completed. The next County Union will meet with Sand Hill Local. C. E. LANNIUS, Secretary County Union. Holly Springs, Ark. oooooooiQinooooioooooooooooooooooaoDooooaDoooooooDooooooooooofiioaosiiaoatiinnia IN CENTRAL ALABAMA. UNION IN HALL COUNTY. Not Densely Populated, but Unionism Is All Right, With Seven Ac- tive, Working Locals. when they are gathered. I take Co-Operator and am well pleased with it in all pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

"*.s THE IfATIOUAL CO-OPFRATOR AND FARM JOURNAL. news that lightened up all the hor- It ia a fatal mistake to feel that We know you are going to like izon of the future. * because your Local Union is a weak- this isbue of The Co-Operator. Tell ly, measly, poky, easy sort of con- THE TRUE SPIRIT. of the producing classes, the toilers in the fields, whence comes the gen- Danville Local Union ia Mont- uine well-being and enhancement of PRESIDENT BARRETT8 ADDRESS. How wonderfully our Farmers' cern, that you can do nothing. That gomery County, Texas, has adopted every country on the globe. This na- Con^ratukfa^The^armeri^ Union FARM JOURNAL O. P PYLE Managing Editor. GEO. B. LATHAM General Manager. Published weekly, every Wednesday, by The Farmer#' Educational and Co-Operatlv* Union Publish- ing: Company. '165 and 367 Commerce St.. Dallas, Texas. Ywrm* of subscription, one dollar a year. In advance. 'Entered vember 13. 1906. at the postofflco at Dallas Texas, under the Act of Congress of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

K 1 THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATOR AND FARM JOTTRJTAU r ,A " Provide Protection For your family or for yourself in your old age by securing a Certificate with the Trinity Life and Annuity Society Pallas, Texas Bays steady monthly income for term of years or for life. The most beneficient form of Life Insurance written. Rates Safe Premiumn Easy Address all comunications to R. T. Benefield. Mgr. 604 Scollard Bldg, Agents Wanted I GASTON NATIONAL BANK Dallas, Texas Capital Stock $250,000 W. H. GASTON, President. D. E. WAGGONER, Vice-President. * R. K. GASTON, SECOND VICE-Pre9ident R. C. AYRES, CASHIER J. HOWARD ARDREY, Assistant Cashier. W. D. HENDERSON Assistant Cashier ABSOLUTE SECURITY, LIBERALTREATMENT, - EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE Farmers' Accounts a Specialty curing. The man ho makes a real study of cow nature, the student of animal psychology, knows that tt^e man who is really master of himself may easily become the absolute mas- ter o( all lower animals. • Diet you ever watch that frail gir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

RSf §•; THE NATI03JAT, CO-OPEItATOR AND FARM JOtTBNAIl Woman's Relief What Cardui Did One can only judge of what Cardui will do for you, by what it has done for others. It has been called "Woman's Relief," because of lb wonderful power, demonstrated In actual ex- perience before .the public, during more than 50 years, over the pains, distress and Ills, from which women are so prone to suffer. As an Individual case, we will Instance that of Mrs. Emma Carrier, of Emmett, Tenn., who writes •s follows: "Wine of Cardui has done me more good than all the doctors who treated me. I had several operations for female trouble, but got no better; until Wine of Cardui brought me relief." At all druggists. In $1. bottles. Try It. FRFV ROOK Writ# for Free 84-page Book for Wo- r IVElD UvVIV „en. If you nied Advice. de crib« Vffcn T A Tfc I L'C symptoms, stating ace, and wc will r«- li/li/UuJ ply in plain sealed envelope. Ladles Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Wine of Ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

THE NATIONAL CO-OPERA TOR AND FARM JOURNAT2 « 9 IPOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOm LUMBAGO AND SCIATICA ST. JACOBS OIL Penetrates to the Spot Ritfht on the dot. Prlcc 23c and 50c fcoooo OOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIJ Poultry HEAT FOR CHICKS. i Mrs, B. F. Wilcox, quite an expert poultry raising, says in a recent ■jticle: • Iriie proper heat for chicks Is of the (eatest importance. We suffer just much if too warm as we do if too tld; so do chicks. Too much heat 11 kill the chicks, aud so will too ^ch cold. The person who will get | at night to change the heat when weather suddenly changes, is the Je who will raise the chicks. The ler party will wonder why the chicks |e off so rapidly. [When my chicks are first hatched keep the temperature at 90 degrees !md continue to do so for a week or en days, but keep coaxing the chicks mt to an adjoining space to scratch .nd exercise and hustle for their food. Ifter this time I can lower the heat gradually and still keep the chicks smfortable, lowering, perhaps, a hal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-operator and Farm Journal — 22 May 1907

m' k H THE NATIONAL CO-OPEflATOR AND FABM JOTTKNAU. PAYS THE BUYER Many farmers object to the warehouse system because they say it places upon them a further burden in marketing cotton. Nevor a more eerious error! When the merchant or manufacturer prices his goods, he includes nil cost of production anil the buyer pays the bill. So with the cotton grower. Jle possesses an absolute monopoly of his product and once he can be convinced that if he will urge every farmer to warehouse his cotton and hold for '* A FIXED MINIUM PRICE ■ he can secure tliat price and the farmer's price will include hi? warehouse expense. Then the buyer will pay that cost. Itfc n nimple rule of business. Here is whore we lend the farmer a service never before accorded. All ware- houses in our system operate under a fixed scale of charges. The farmer knows just what the service will cost. No guess work about it. Charges, the lowest consistent, with unexcelled benefits, security and quick dispatch of business. I...

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