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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 November 1906

SOUTHERN If ERCUB Y AND VAEMBSS UNION PASSWORD. PARAGRAPH® WITH POINTS. If the 10 cent minimum for cotton'Is considered a victory for the conserva- tive element of the Cotton Association, then the whitewashing that Cheatham got at the same time must be a victory tor the cotton gambling clement! If the prices for labor, mules and many other things required to produce cotton are double what they was When we got 5c. for cotton, there is no more profit In tOc cotton now t .an there was when we got only 5c. for cotton. If you can't get mofitable prices for your cotton, what is the use of selling it at or below cost and keep <>n climb- ing up a greased pole and then sliding down again, busting the bottom out of your constitution against the hard ground ? Farmers' Union price. 11c., will give you a profit for your cotton! 10c. and below win rob you and many others who are dependent upon the prosperity of the farmer. The strength of the Farmers' Union is built and maintained on our fu...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 November 1906

HOtTTHERN MERCUBT AVD 7ABMEBS UNION PA88WOBBL ARTHUR BRISBANE AN ARISTOCRAT Pen Picture of the Best Paid Editor in the World. Washington. D. C., Nov. 3.—The Washington Star, independent, yes- terday printed the following pen por- trait of Arthur Brisbane, the noted ed- j Itor of the Hearst newspapers: "I notice a picture of Arthur Bris- bane in one of the current magazines," •aid a seasoned New York newspaper man. "Few persons in the United States, outside of those in the newspa- per business, could tell you out of hand, Just who Arthur Brisbane is. But everybody Inside the newspaper profession has heard about him. Hrls- bane, to give him his briefest descrip- tion and the most fitting one just now, is the young man who made Mr. Hearst. Nobody who knows ihe cir- cumstances of his connection with Mr. thing, but he says in essence aa to thla that he ii compelled to write down to this that he is compelled to write down to the groundlings to get them to un- derstand what he means. There...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 8 November 1906

Bp" ' ®orn to the Murple CMdrei' 1%© Jlre JLIMy to ■ _tap® Ae m«s « IMIoms^ ®®d to f (srittieirwfee t® lite towwrfes IFtor^ w m Mmte SOME one has said rather fe- licitously: "The only person who 1s not envious of royalty is the one who wears a crown. He finds other things to envy." That might have been Ui<- case in other days, when royalty oally worth while. In these less sentimental days, when nobody believes in the "divine right" of 4tings—not even the man who wears a crown—it is quite a different matter. For nowadays the world has well nigh lost its reverence for the divinity that "doth hedge a king." All of the "divinity" that formerly constituted the sovereign's chief stock In trade seems to have tied from its individual repository and to have lodged in the -overeign people. And we are the peo- We who have not been ruled by them "speak trtpptngiy- of-. crowned heads and jostle them," regarding thein as puppets in the more powerful hands of those who have never worn the pur- ...

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 — 8 November 1906

ll^Spp5 fiOUTHEBN MERCURY AKD FARMERS UX10I* PASSWORD. AGAIN CALLS EDITOR OF THE TIMES HERALD A HYPOCRITE. Gainesville Man In His McKinney Speech Also Pays His Compliments Cockrell. Bowser. Crawford, Riddle, Etheridge and Shaw, and Says Last Is Best of the Lot. to McKinney, Tex., Nov. 3.—United States Senator Bailey spoke to a large audience In the district court room of t)ie Collin county court house this afternoon: 'Senator Bailey was Introduced by Hon. J. R. Gough, who eloquently re- ferred to thp fact that sixteen years ago Collin county cast Its deciding vote for Bailey in his first race for congreKS, the closing scenes of that campaign having been enacted In that very court room, and that at each succeeding con- gressional election the people of Collin county had delighted to support him In recognition of his faithful and effi- cient service In their behalf and that of the Democratic party. ♦ At Hiftne In McKinney. When Senator Bailey aroRe to speak he was greeted by tremendou...

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 — 15 November 1906

i •. ••UNITED WITH" M IB J 1 ■ Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1003. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. Vol. XXVI. No. 50 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, November 15, 1906 $1.00 Per Annluni w0 (' r ,-U R088 HA8 AN INNING. Under the caption, "Campbell Rus- sell at the Bat," appears an article in The Mercury-Password of Nov. 1, wherein the "Brother at the Bat" tries to take me to task for exercising my ri.Tht to discuss or criticise the docu- ment formulated at Texarkana, which lie names a "constitution." Now, 1 want to Inform the brother at the bat that I have the right to discuss or crit- icise any law or set of laws that may be presented to the members of the Farmers' Union, so long as I am a member of it. I am still sticking to my text. In the articles that I have written I expressed my view of the substitute In no uncertain terms. Now, I don't object to the brother at the bat criticizing me for what I say. I did no...

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 — 15 November 1906

to ■OTTTHEBN MKBCUBY AND TARMKE0 UIHOIf PAB8WU0 miiiiiim nil COL. ROBERT E. COWART ON LAST PAVS Of CONFEDERACY j Prominent Dallas Attorney Writes of Surrender at Appomatox and Gives Ex- ; cerpt From Article Written by EnoMsh Correspondent. In 1862, the Honorable Francis Law ley of London, England, ran the blockade and appeared In Richmond as the cor- respondent of the London Times. He was an ardent sympathizer with the South and In -a series of letters, gave to the European world an inside, au- thentic and thrilling account ot the trials of the Confederacy and iftho operations of the Army of Northern Virginia, beginning at Fredericksburg and ending In the surrender at Appo- mattox. Like every roan, friend or foe. native or foreign, who came in contact with General Lee, during that fateful struggle, he yielded to the witchery of our great commander and became his idolatrous admirer. It is to be hoped that some day his many absorb- ingly interesting letters will be put into book form ...

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 — 15 November 1906

I' KOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. (From Sunday's Times Herald.) j g MM HERE U always something doing In Texas, but there wasn't much dolngr on election day," remarked Old Polttlelan last night "The primary election is the whole fireworks now. There are 900,000 males of voting age in Texas and 400,000 are too proud or too lazy to pay their polltax. Three hundred thousand partic- ipated In the July primary and 150,000 took sufficient interest in the election to go to the polls Tuesday and cast their ballots for the men choice. Colonel Campbell nine-tenths of the votes and publicans broke into the legislature from Rio Grande districts. It was the tamest election ever held in Texas, ex- cept on the Rio Grande border, where Judge Stanley Welch was assassinated by the agents of his political enemies. Judge Welch was a typical Southerner of the old school, although of foreign birth. He came to America when a boy. fought for his convictions as a soldier of Lee and came to Texa...

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 — 15 November 1906

" • • '"K J'.rr* ■ -uCJTHEBlf MEBCUB7 AMD VAKMKBS UVIOY PASSWOKOL MUStSb United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- tar of the second class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerco St (Corner Lamar). £),- . Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address all communications, and maku all drafts, money orders, stc., payable to _ MILTON PARK, Manajger, Dallas, Texas. ——1—■ ii i ■ i . ■■ i i . m * i i 1 * DISCONTINUANCES.—It lnjfound that a larpre major- Ity of our subscriber? prefer not to have their subscrip- tlena interrupted and their flles'broken In case they tail to remit before expiration. It .14 there/ore 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. RENEWALS...

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 — 15 November 1906

WUTHEKIT MBBCOIT AH0 FAIMIB8 UKFV FAMWOBBL THE MATTER ON THIS PAGE 18 KAKEN FROM THE FARMERS MAG- fAZINE, EDITED BY ALFRED M. COLWICK, DALLAS, TEXAS. > > CRITICISM OF THE BENCH. The dangerous doctrine of judicial su- premacy, the theory that public criticism •f the courts is not to be tolerated; that like the king, the courts can do no wrong, and that whosoever has the effrontery to deflect upon the integrity or the intelli- gence or the fairness of a court, ,or in any •ther way tend to cast reproach upon the •acred judicial ermine, should be sub- ject to 6wift punishment, is an anachro- nism which still holds considerable sway in a country like ours, which ,is supposed to have discarded all autocratic theories more than a century ago. And no class is more friendly to this relic of barbarism than the legal frater- nity. The fact that the average shyster looks expectantly forward to the happy day when he shall "attain the bench" and exercise a measure of the authority which ao ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 November 1906

mu iHURN MJfiKCUHY AND FABMIfiBS UNION PA88WOMDL TNfRAL INVESTIGATION IS STARTED BY THE IN- TER-STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. it Is Hinted That Interests are involved as Was the Northern Security Company—Member of the Commission Talks Briefly—Re- moval of Stuyvesant Fish Start of Trouble. Washington, Nov. 10.—A general in- vestigation of what Is known as the Harriman system of railroads under the authority conferred by law, is una of the subjects that has been discussed by the interstate commerce commis- sion, because, "we have been Inform- ed," a member of the commission said to-day, "that this system in scwie of Its features is not unlike the Northern Securities company, which was dis- solved through the interposition of the Attorney general of the United States.' removaiTof fish. ———— * ' ' This la Said to Have Started ilia Ball to Rolling. Chicago, Nov. 10.—The Chicago Tribune's Washington correspondent wires his paper as follows: Stuyvesant Fish's removal from the presidency of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 November 1906

r * * Ik i A" CCORDING to recent reports, the Corey-Gilman wedding Is to take place shortly^in Paris. This means that whiiam Ellis Corey, president of the United States Steel corporation, whose wife obtained a divorce a few months ago, is going to marry Miss Mabelle Gilman, a former actress and singer. Should the mar- riage take place the long expected will happen, and the event will mark the culmination of a modern marital affair that has furnished a great deal of sen- sational though not highly edifying reading matter. The public is interested in thiB affair chiefly because of the commercial and financial prominence of W. E. Corey. Aside from that, the story would be tittle more than commonplace. It is Corey's money and his high place in the commercial world, contrasted with his former humble position and his earlier domestic ideas, that give a touch of the dramatic to the tale. Three years ago a new figure arose above the business horizon and became widely visible. It was Corey—B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 15 November 1906

«iuUTllJSJtN JCEBCUJf X ADD FAKMKIM (JNIOM JTAtiaWOIUl Kv m ma owns tobaccoplants rhat Country Has a Monopoly in Sale of Weed. Washington, Nov. 9.—An interesting report was filed to-day with the De partment of Commerce and Labor re- garding the manufacture and sale of tobacco In France. The report is In re- sponse to Inquiries of tobacco raisers and manufacturers in this country ob to whether the product is sold in France at lower prices than is demoded by the manufacturers of that country for the same product here. In France the manufacture and sale of tobacco Is a government monopoly. The government owns the tobacco fac- tories and has direct control of all re- tail tbacco stores. Three zones have been established within tb^(;r£public. A fixed jirlce Is charged for manufac- tured tobacco in each zone, and each done has its own price. The first zone borders on the frontier, near foreign countries. There, tobacco Is cheaper because the Inhabitants can step across the border and buy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 November 1906

Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 19 >3. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated Msy I, IOOS. Vol. XXVI. No. 51 Dallas, Texas. Thursday, November 22, !90(i $1.00 Per Annum *- •• 80ME THING8 TO BE REMEMBERED. St.*. I - Harvie Jordan, the President of the Southern Cotton Association, Plays Into the Hands of the Speculators. We have been asked frequently why it was that Torn Watson, the stren- uous, brainy and matchless Georgia orator who swept the audience from their feet at the New Orleans Cotton Convention early last year, was so completely dropped out of the movement? We give the explanation as it appears in a late number of Mr. Watson's paper—The Jeffersonlan—written by Watson, himself: It was in New Orleans, Jan. 19, '05. The farmers of the South had met to organize. They wanted better prices for cotton. It was a matter of life or death to Southern prosperity. Cotton was selling at 6 cents; and certain pa pers were publishin...

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 — 22 November 1906

I SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD WEATHER BUREAU CHIEF WAS CALLED DOWN Washington, Nov. 17.—The sudden, sharp manner in which President Roosevelt has called the Hon. Willis Moore, chief of the weather bureau, to time lias created no end of merriment at the expense of the psucdo scientific weather chief. R^rardless of the merits of the par- ticular case at hand, the reprimand to Mr. Moore meets with general approval as a rebuke to the czarlike methods of the chief of the bureau, not only .to- ward his subordinates, but toward^, in- stitutions and cities as well. This pet- ty policy consists of using the wither service to reward sycophants and to punish independence, and the honey and the hemlock Is administered to Individuals and cities In gay and cheer- ful disregard of the public good. ♦ ♦ ♦ Offense of Moors. The offense which brought the Pres- ident's reprimand upon the head of Mr. Mqore was the punishment which the latter attempted to inflict upon some printers in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 November 1906

c / i i i: > , I . 1 I s?Sr (From 8unu.iy's Time* HeraM.) 44 H ON. THOS. M. CAMPBELL Is due In Dallas Monday," remarked Old Politician last night. "He is the governor-elect and the boss of the state—or else be will be early In January. Hungry patrir otg await his coming; hungry patriots want pie, and they want it bad. There are hungry patriots in Dal'as Just the same as in other counties. All are original Campbe:i men now. Before the state convention some of them were for Brooks, others for Colquitt'and the lonesome ones were for Bell. 'ffiOvernor- elect Campbell has less than 100 jobs to give out. and there are 10,000 appli- cants. Monday he will take the boys into his confidence, listen to tHeir songs of praise, smile the smile1 that won't come off and then go on his way re- joicing. Governor-elect Campbell is 1m- perturbab e, patient, politic and patri- otic. He never loses his temper, never loses control of his tongue and is never caught napping. State Chairman George A. CaSr...

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 — 22 November 1906

United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PEW ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- ter of the second class. -*?* ■ ■ - ■ . ''i 1/ ->: _ . ■ nuiriHJiiKM mmvOBY AND FARMERS UNION PAMBWOJCU PUBLI3HEO EVERY THURSDAY by the ,,, FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Offioe, 27 Oaston Building. 213-215 Commerce St (Comer Lamar). ^ Advertising Rates furnished application. Address all communication*, and make-Aft drafts, money Orders, tte., payable to J1! MILTON PARK, Mana^y Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES^—It isfouml that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer noY*to have their subscrlp- ttons interrupted and their files Jbroken in case they rail 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. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when JT...

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 — 22 November 1906

e PUU liLKKM MMUUKI AMU VAUjilSRS tJSIUW PAHHWUKA ■w BIG " NATIONAL UNlbN " MEETING. ' ■-VV-*-' Villi Jkr* MPS canj I I. I I I Principal Work Performed « ^ By State Unions—Oppo- sition to Counting Non-Voters. From Uirton Banner. ' There can be no doubt but what the Texas Union farmers are register- ing a hard kick against the National Union. Of is it the manner In which somfe would run it? Certain it is, the farmers will never be content to have their absence from a meeting on a set date counted' as voting "yes" on any old question, much less thai of a national character. Ahd this Is one of the things the Texarkana "bunch" handed down from the last convention. Resolution after resolution is being adopted by County and Local Union In Texas saying not a penny will be paid into a National Union. The question has even been asked: Why a National Union at all, with a complete set of officers to be paid sal- aries, calling for an extra per capita tax? \ We have heard several answers to is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 November 1906

HOUTHUBW MERCUBY AND FABMEB8 UNION PA88WOBDL ml ENTIRE FAMILY KII LED BY TRAIN Man, Wife and Child Meet Instan Death. Weatherford, Te*.t Nov. 16.—John W Clower, wife and eight months old chllfi were instantly killed here at 4 o'clock resterday afternoon by west bound Texas and Pacific passenger train No. I, which was running late. The three were crossing thr milroad en Port Worth stseet near tl": com press when the train crashed Intr their buggy, throwing them high into the air. The bodies of Clower'and his wife fell on the pilot of the erfglne and the train ran some distance before it was ■topped, when the lifeless, bodies were removed from the locomotive. The in- fant was thrown high into the air and the little corpse waa picked up forty feet from the tracka. The buggy was entirely demolished, but neither of the horses was In any way injured and but little of the har- ness was torn from them. The Clower family resided eight miles northwest of Weatherford and were among the best li...

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 — 22 November 1906

-<**< I ' . I I ' \y ■* % ' Spost Who Is Emm Mrs HBzlssmcTsQFA [CmiEwJsD Tee Tm wcmmmsfisnOF AsMCmnc. M A* PAT SHEEDY has Just opened in New York city the most novel art gallery on earth. Its novelty lies in the declared mrposes of Sheedy in establishing it, a his own antecedents and in his man- r of collecting the pictures. Mr. Iheedy proposes to teach the new rich, t whom there are many always em- ulating in New Yorlt, how to distin- njish an old' master from a smear of mut. That's a hover notion, surely, rhen considered in connection with the act that the teacher himself has sp*nt hlrty-flve years of hlB life as a pro- fessional gambler, studying cards ather than canvases. Only the works >f the old masters, says Sheedy, will be derated In this gallery, and these laintings bearing the signatures of the Iving artists of dead centuries have fa disinterred, in several instances, the burled cities of Egypt, with the" jrence that they have been dug up of ancient attics and ant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 22 November 1906

.... . BOCTTHEHN MEBCUBY AND FABMERH UNION PA8SW0BH Rf- : * * ■ H! NEW CONCERNS FOR THE SOUTH Development of Dixie Continues Right Merrily. Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 17.—The ' establishment of new Industries In the South continues right merrily, with no perceptible flagging: as the holidays approach. Herewith is given a list of the new concerns projected in the Southern states during the week end- ing to-day. as compiled from reports received by The Tradesman. Among those which are most heavily capital- ized are a power company in Alabama, an Investment company in Arkansas, a cotton and woolen mill in Georgia, mines and coal company In Kentucky, sugar mill In Louisiana, manufacturing company in Mississippi, light and fuel company In Missouri, electric power company and cotton mill In North Car- olina, mining and construction compa- nies in Tennessee, cotton company in Texas, lumber companies and textile plant In Virginia, steel company and iron working plant in West Virginia. The com...

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