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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 December 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND VAKAKB8 UNION PASSWORD HITCHCOCK ON PUBLIC LANDS Secretary of Interior Submits Annual Report. K VALUABLE- HERITAGE totals Out That Officials Have Endeavored to Protect Rights of the Gltizras. 77 p -V Washington. Dec. 11.—In the report if Secretary Hitchcock of the interior lepartmcnt the following observations :qncernlng the public domain are nade: Public Land Service. The annual activity in the public land service referred to in my last an- nual report has not abated. Tha prosecution of all persons conspiring to defraud the government of its public tends is being continued with vigor, as s shown by the fact that 490 persons ave been indicted In the various land states and territories for the violation If the public land laws, eighty-nlno m lave been convicted, and Indictments ire still pending against 401. The zeal with which the officers of ihis department of justice are looking into these matters is constantly un- soverlng new cases that are startling in char...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 December 1906

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD MOODY MAKES nNALREPORT Attorney General is Soon to Go on Supreme Bench. Washington, Deo. 8.—Attorney (len- •ral Moody in the last report which lie will make to the president before he goes on the supreme bench roasts the Kentucky Judge who recently held the anti-blacklist law unconstitutional. He uses this case and the action of the Chicago grand jury in the beef trust case in support of his earnest recom- mendation for the enactment of a law giving the United States the right of appeal on questions of law in criminal cases with the proviso that a verdict of acquittal upon the merits sha I not be •et aside. In his reference to the Ken- tucky case the attorney general says: "Then a United States commissioner made the same decision. It Is mon- strous that a law which has received the assent of the senate, the house of representatives and the president can be nullified by the opinion of a single man not subject to removal by the court of appe...

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 — 13 December 1906

(I Christ Child, who first saw the light of day As, n&ked in your poverty, you lay Upon the manger bed of Bethlehem, Look down on me this Christmastide, I pray. THOUGH I have gifts that others vainly seek— Gifts of the mind and flesh—1 would bespeak Of you one greater boon. I value not These earthly treasures, for my heart is bleak. COFYMMIBT.ISM.BY LOUIS J.STUiLMAN & £ m fk . " 11 , Congress and the Independent Voter IT'EN as you lay upon your natal cot — Unclad, unsheltered, destitute your lot — Thus, cold and hungry, on my spirit's couch A beggar child lies, though men see it not. iT'EN as, forsaken, in Gethsemane Your heart sobbed out its first wild agony Of shattered trust, in awful loneliness. Thus does my own, O Christ, cry out in me. H, you who know, you that have felt the pain Soul isolation brings, you who have tain In tortured silence through the sleepless ni^ht And faced the morning with a smile a^ain, CEND me one jjift this festal day of thine — A kindred spirit...

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 — 13 December 1906

0OT7THEBN MEBCUBT AND PABMBB8 UNION PA88WOBB REFORMS URGED BVBONAPARTE Secretary of the Navy Submits His Annual Paper. Washington, Dec. 7.—Complete re- organization of the department, an in- crease in the number of ships and of the enlisted strength of the navy and the marine corps are recommended by Secretary Bonaparte in his annual re- port submitted to congress. The sec- retary also advocates the organization of a naval reserve of 20,000 men who have served four years In the navy and been discharged with credit, the pay of such reserves to be from $15 to $2S per month. The secretary also recom- mends the creation of three vice ad- mirals. Respect for the Uniform. I am happy to say that the earnest protests made by the president, the department, and prominent officers against indignities inflicted on en- listed men by an insulting discrimina- tion against the unform they wear, have caused a very gratfylng and salu- tary expression of public opinion on this subject. This lias been ...

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 — 20 December 1906

ma iui "v.— n UNITED WITH IN. m U D m Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmars Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. P5 . ,• -- ' ■ ^ m Vol. XXVI, No. 52 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, December 20, 1906 $1.00 Per Annum FARMERS' COTTON UNION. ! SANGER BROTHERS Men's Fine Clothing AW MSA ♦♦♦ This season's clothing bus- iness has been notable for the marked increase in the sales of our highest grades of clothing to men who have not hitherto worn read-to-wear garments— a most significant fact, brought about by our abil- ity to provide clothing that is in every way beyond criticism. When you start out to se- lect Christmas clot lies for yourself or friend we cor- dially invite your inspec- tion of our superb values, Business Suits, Semi- Dress Suits, Overcoats, Top Coats and Craven- ettes in all sizes and for all shapes, prices range from $15.00 to. $50 00 We also show cheaper grades. Full dress and Tuxedo Suits of the finest m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

SOUTH EKN MEBCUBT AND PABMEBS UNION PAS8W01B ley. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE SPEECH DELIVERED The auditorium of the city hall was crowded to standing room when the opening hour arrived for the masa meeting of those opposed to the re- election of Senator Joseph Weldon Bal- to the United Statea senate lust lit. For nearly three hours and a denunciation of Senator Bajley's m rang through the hall. Hon. lien F. Thomas, former county attor- ney of McLennan county, and M. M. Crane, former attorney general of the atate, spoke and during this time hard- ly a man left his seat, and the several hundred standing stood as if glued to their places and hung on, and cheered and applauded every ringing sentence and declaration. Indeed when adjourn- ment was taken at 11:30 o'clock, the crowd was still yelling for more, and calling on General Crane, who closed with a fifteen-minute address, to go deeper into his subject. It is conserva- tory estimated that there were 1500 persona present at the meeting. 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 — 20 December 1906

1 \ ' . . , . . ,-x . . ' WtWH&l -..- w f~*S .1 -mi i ■' J ■, mnt--'Ja&fen picking candidate for the legislature 'put none but ley men on guard' (from Sunday's TUnea Herald.) ON the second Tuesday In Janu- ary. the Sth day of the first month «f the new year, our lawmakers will assemble at Austin and organise the Thirtieth legislature. Hon. 6. T. W. Lanham will step down and •ut and Thomas M. Campbell will take ■y the reins of government. There premises to be a most exciting session •f the legislature and the Capital City Will be crowded long before opening gay with representatives of all factions •f the Democratic party. After Hogg We had four years of Culberson and the policies of his predecessor, for Cul- berson was Hogg's attorney general and he began the fight where Hogg left off. Hogg was of and for the peo- ple and Culberson, a radical to the core, kept close to them during his four years as chief executive of this commonwealth. Then came Joseph D. Bayers, the pet of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

SOUTHERN MEBCUBY AND FABMEK3 UNION PASSWORD United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. pntered at the Dallas, Texas, poitofflce as mall mat- r of the second class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY .. by the __ , farmers union publishing CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building Commerce it (Corner Lamar), Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address •H communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payable tc MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It la found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscnp- ttons Interrupted and their files broken in case they fan to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed tnsi continuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance. either when subscribing or at any time during tne year. instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWALS—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Tnus. Jan—07 mean...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

•• foam mmm lOUTHEBN MERCURY AND FARMERS T7NI0V PA88WOHH COUNTY SEATS OF NEW STATE Bemdary CommHtee Outlines Pro* / ■ visions of Its Report. Guthrie. O. T., Dec. IS.—Well filled galleries were disappointed this morn- ing when the expected report of tlw cetnmlttee on county boundaries was not made to the constitutional conven- tion. Last night an agreement was reached giving the Indian Territory thirty-nine counties and Oklahoma thirty-five, but it was impossible to the report in shape this morning. The committee was in session most of last night and has been behind closed doors since 9 o'clock this morning. The committee has determined upon the division in Oklahoma. Cherokee, Falrview, Altus, Sayre, Temple, Fred- crick and Mountain Park get county geats of new counties. In Indian Territory the committee will report nineteen counties north of Canadian and twenty south of Aid- more. Pauls Valley, Chlckasha, Ryan, Marietta, North McAlester, Madill, Tishomingo, Ada, Atoka, Durant, Stlg-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

SOUTHERN MEKCUBY AMD FABMBBS UNION PASSWORD- DIRECTORS Of FAIR ELECTED Old Officers are Again Placed in their Positions. ELECTION IS HARMONIOUS Reports of Officers Cause Joy Among the Stockholders -Talks Made by De. partment Heads. (From Wednesday's Times Herald.) The annual meeting of the stock- holders pf the State Fair of Texas, which was held last night at the audi- torium of the city hall, proved to be a love' feast. The primary purposes of the meeting was to elect directors to fill the places of the six whose terms expire this year and to hear the report of the president, secretary and direc- tors of the Fair. President Moroney called the merg- ing to order and staled that as this was a stockholders' meeting a chair- man to preside over the assembly would have to be elected. Immediately Alex Sanger arose to his Ceet and placed Mx-. Moroney In nomination for chairman of the meeting. Mr. Moroney strenuously objected, but despite this fact Mr. Sanger put the motion and called for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

|lUl^.ip ,ll ,■■—,r,-. :.*l 2$o6 il*S'iV::V%vX*:.:.>j gy > /C.MLSNK/ 7-Y&KK. T CANNOT think of any gift A To leave this dear old boy. Who, while his hair falls white and swift, Is gout's ecstatic toy. His fingers warped, he cannot send The marble on its course. And all his joints 'twould quickly rend To ride a rocking horse. His teeth are gone and he can chop No candy with his gums. He's deaf and cannot hear the top That whistles while it hums. A big tin horn would surely pump Him out, and very soon, And on the chairs • he couldn't jump To fly a toy balloon. This'fact if rim fate most rudely flings — Grim fate, the cruel jade — Alas, there are no childish things For second childhood made fc\ HTHE picture book he cannot con A Because his vision's dim. And he's too frail and feeble on A bicycle to skim, And, while on skates he'd somersault And land upon his head. He never could the bunker vault Upon a scarlet sled. Lead soldiers to his whim no more In any way appeal, Nor tra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 December 1906

■SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD FARLEY SOUNDS A , NOTE Of JVARNING American Archbishop Talks of the french Situation. New York, Dee. 17.—Archbishop John M. Farley of New York yesterday gave out the following statement on the church ana Btate controversy in FVance: "Here in America, where there is no attempt made by tlie state to interfere with the various religiuus denomina- tions, the people condemn the clergy, who by dcclinig to comply with the desires of the government expose them- selves to the charge of rebellion against the authorities of tlie land. But in order to understand the refusal of the lioman Catholic clergy of France to fulfill the requirement of the new law of separation, it must be expluined that the provisions of the statute deinawl the consent of the church and its min- isters to the alienation of all property that has been bequeathed and donated to them to be placed in trust for re- ligious and philanthropic purposi-s. It Is property which they did ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

> r. aKssas"^ ■ * . Hi m..m — '— fSSF—"—"r*,r~' MPWif*'"' * ▼ v%Ws& n u R & a * Southern Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmdrs Union Password Cansolidatad May lf 1993.. Wmk - '->U Vol. XXVI. No. 52 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, December 27* IM(M> $1.00 Per Annum GROWTH OF GOVERNMENT OWN- ERSHIP. In a Few Years the Idea Ha* Gained Great Headway. In "Soldiers of the Common Good." In the January Everybody's, Charles Edward Russell speaks of government control outside the United States. He writes: "Perhaps we li this country give in- sufficient heed to the Immense force of this trend (outside of our own coun- try) toward the communal good. Take but the single item of government rail- road ownership. In the beginning prac- tically all railroad enterprises were owned by private capital. In 1900 there were 167,813 miles of government rail- roads In the world outside of the United States. Since that year Swit- zerland, It...

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 — 27 December 1906

-—~~rzrz: ——- rT—~ ... "V'gr V. • •— ■■■'■ '■■ : —— SOUTHERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION FAS8WOE& TANGLED FREIGHT RATE SYSTEM AND THE PROPOSED REMEDY Commodore S. W. S. Duncan, of Dallas, Would Fight the Railways With Wat- erways That Would Furnish Cheap Transportation for American People. The following address on the rail- way rate situation and the proposed solution of the tangle by the Improve- ment and development of rivers and barbors of the country was delivered by Commodore S. W. S. Duncan at the recent meeting of tho National Rivers and Harbors congress In Washington, D. C.: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress: At no period in the history of our country have the people manifested so great an Interest as now In transporta- tion problems, and the creation of new and better facilities for the handling of the products which constitute our In- ternal commerce. The magnitude and value of this commerce, which embraces the bulk of the traffic on ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

V"G< (3 eks** Jfe>; r i r I L r ■ I I 1 (From Sunday'* Tlmea Herald.) , OVERNOR-ELECT CAMP- BELL gave the boys a run to Dallas to-day for their money then failed to materialize," re- nttrked Old Politician last night. "It was announced Friday that he was due In Dallas Friday night and Palestine correspondents sent out the news. Governor-Elect Campbell caught a southbound International and Great Northern train and landed In Austin Saturday morning. Wise man is Thomas. State Chairman George A. Carden landed in Austin Saturday morning. A remarkable coincidence. Co to speak. Chairman Carden Is on th* anxious seat, the boys tell me. The senatorial row is getting very exciting and the Bailey members of the com- mittee are clamoring for decisive ac- tion—that the chairman shall decinre all Democrats bolters who oppose the Junior senator. On the other hand Committeeman Smithdeal of Hillsboro Is clamoring for a ruling from Chair man Carden, or a call for a meeting of the state committe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

motJTHEBN MERCURY AND FABMBBS UNION PASSWORD- f + We United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- ter of the second class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address ill communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payablo 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 th«reforo assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontln- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. RENEWAL8—The date on your wrapper shows your subscription will expire. Tnus, .Ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

euUTHEKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PA8HWORU ,« l III Ml 11111 HI 111III M 1111111II HWM« t«lMW _ I S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR POOR WAIFS OF STREETS ;j ; WHUam Lomas Tells of the Work of Dr. Thomas John Barnardo. the Famous ! I Philanthropist, who Did So Much for Destitute Children. 1 iP~~~ As an industrial school for the waifs and strays of our city is now before our citizens, a few extracts from the very successful work of the late Dr. Barnardo along these lines may be helpful. Some forty years ago Thom- as John Barnardo, the son of a Span- ish father and an English mother, as a youth experienced religion, and ear- nestly desiring to follow closely in the footsteps of his Master—Christ—deter- mined to study medicine and become a medical missionary to the Chinese. Studying in the hospitals of London, in the intermission of his hospital work, he took his two "free nights" a week in conducting a ragged school situated in the very heart of ragged and degrad- ed Stepney. The school was hel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

OTTTHERN MERCURY AND FARMKttfl UNION PASSWOP.T1 I i COAST DEFENSE OFCOUNTRY Gregg's Bill Would Bring About an Entire Change. TORPEDO BOAT FLOTILLA Texas Representative Has Introduced a Measure for the Construction of Fifteen. Washington, Dec. 24.—If the bill In- troduced in the house by Representa- tive Gregg to provide the government with fifteen up-to-date torpedo boat a to take the place of big battleships, Is seriously considered by the naval af- faiars committees of congress, there Is likely to be brought about an entire change in the coast defenses of the United States. For many years Galveston, Mobile and New Orleans have maintained that as a matter of right they were en- titled to better coast protection and that tjielr defense should be of th* floating kind. Representatives of those two states in congress are behind Mr. Gregg in the fight that he has be- pun. Mr. Gregg says that when all the (hips now authorized to be built by this government are completed it will De utterl...

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

* a as Ik A PEW days ago two members of the editorial staff of a huge metropolitan publication were discussing the approaching Christmas and its literature. One of them was of the opinion that Christmas had been so overworked that exhaus- tion was impending; that an endless repetition had already begun. The other was rather more optimistic. He maintained that the Christmas theme, unlike most others, possessed the power of renewing itself; that it Kras endowed with unfailing inspira- tion. "Why, man," M declared, warming to his contention, "If I were the poet that you believe yourself to be I could find the material for a neat collec- tion"— "Stop right there!" the other inter- rupted briskly. "That's the very point that clinches my argument." "What?" his fellow demanded help- lessly. "The fact that I have done the Christmas poem stunt with unfailing regularity ever since I was able to hold a pen. The whole business is as stale as—as Santa Claus." "And what's the matter with Santa Cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 December 1906

1 - V -■*/ «OUTHEBN MEBCUBY AMD VABMBBS UNION PAS8WOB1X WILL REQUIRE CLOSE CONNECTION Action Taken Today by Texas Railroad Commission. Austin, Dec. 21.—The railroad com- mission Is going after the Internation- al and Great Northern railway and the Santa Fe railway for failure to wait for connections at Mllano Junction. An order was issued to-day requiring both of these roads to hold their trains until the arrival of each other at Mllano Junction. The commission declares that passengers miss these connections and are made to wait as much as twelve hours to make the connection. The commissin declares that these two roads have for several years had an agreement or contract with the ap- proval of the commission whereby passenger equipment belonging to the Banta Fe Is hauled over the Interna- tional between Mllano Junction and San Antonio by these roads and they have advertised through service, and they must maintain it. The order is effective Sunday, Dec. 23. curtis jett receives a seco...

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