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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 January 1907

•f ►UNITED « Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmera Union Password Consolidated May lt I005. Vol. XXVII. No. I Dallas* Texas. Thursday, January 3, $1.00 Per Annum TOM WAT80N 8TAND8 FOR THE FARMER8' UNION. >- A - Addresses the Union In His Home Town. At the recent organization of the Farmers' Union in McDuffie County, Tom Watson's home, he was the prin- cipal speaker. He began his address by an allusion to the father of Mr. Barrett, the president of the Farmers' known Mr. Barrett, the elder, in the days that rled men's souls, and that a more loyal adherent to principle never lived than the father of the president of the Farmers' Union, who was also well known to Mr. Watson as one of the truest, bravest and most level-headed men that he had ever met.. After some stirring introductory re- marks, Mr. Watson proceeded to name some of the matters of importance upon which the farmers should unite. As a matter of local imp...

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 — 3 January 1907

TTHEBJf MEBCUBT AND FABMBBS UNIOV PASSWOBR IMPLEMENT MEN HAVE REASON TO BE HAPPY jj ; Jobbing Trade Ha$ Shown an Increase of Twenty Per Cent Over Last Year. ;! Review of the Year by J. C. McNealus. ;; IIHlHflHflHI 111111IIIII11 ! ♦♦<♦♦ « II III W I (By J. C. McNealus.) The year 1906 has been a most sat- isfactory one to the concerns consti- tuting the Dallas jobbing district. An Increase of close to 20, per cent over the volume of business transacted It) the preceding year Is a modestly con- servative estimate. A careful canvass of the district and estimates made by men familiar with the books of the houses in the various lines justifies the statement here furnished for The Times Herald. From this data the fol- lowing tabulation is made: Farm implements, machinery and vehicles 920,500,000 Harness and saddlery 3,500,000 Hardware 2,500,000 Electrical machinery and sup- plies Binder twines 1,500,000 500,000 Total 128,500,000 All other lines of trade in Dallas Show proportionately la...

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 — 3 January 1907

rr*.m r>*—-™J ' "TV ~~rr< V 3 ANOTHER LETTER FROM MR. SINTER ' (From Sunday's Times Herald.) Art. 145, Penal Cod«i "The bribe, a* defined in the preceding article, need not be direct; it may be hidden un- . der the semblance of a sale, wagor, payment of a debt, or in any other manner designed to cover the true in- tention of the parties. The bribe, or the promise thereof, must precede the act, which it is intended to induce the person bribed to perform." The following open letter by E. G. Senter, state senator-elect for the Sixth district is in reply to an editorial criticism of the Port Worth Record and the recognized organ of the forces in North Texas now attempting to se- cure the re-election of Joseph Weldon Bailey to the United States senate: Dallas, Tex., Dec. 29, 1906. To the Editor of the Record: Prom the Record of Dec. 25th I quote the following editorial utterance: "Mr. Senter will not stay in the same place long enough for the public to de- termine just where he is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 January 1907

k. ihjsSN MEr'ITRY AND FARMERS UNION PASHWOKH United with FARMERS UNION PA88WORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR ffER 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 Bt (Corner Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address all communications, and niako ull drafts, money orueia, etc., payable t-r MILTON PARK, ManaBer, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a Inrge major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions Interrupted and their flics broken in case they rail to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is desired unle-3 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. RENEWAL8—The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Tnus. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 January 1907

SOTTTHEHN 1IEBCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD TAXES FOR THE PRESENT YEAR Comptroller of Texas Sends Out His Instructions. NOTICE TO ASSESSORS Instructions are Complete in Every Respect ang Various l aws are Cited. I Austin, Texas, Jan. 1.—The comp- troller will tomorrow begin sending out to tlie tux assessors over the- state in- structions for the assessment of taxes for the year 1907. These instructions are complete <4n every detail, giving extracts from the laws on the subject. Which is of especial benefit to the new tax assesors who were elected at the last general election. Besides the gen- eral instructions given, the following Important special instructions are giv- en to^the collectors: The attention of assessors la called to the fact that in making up their as- sessment rolls the state ad valorem and the state school taxes must be cal- culated separately, and each tax must be placed in its appropriate column on the roll; and each tract or parcel of land or town lot should...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 January 1907

SOUTHERN MERCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD- ELECTRIFIES THE ENTIIKGOIJNTRY Roosevelt in the Limelight on Negro Troop Incident. will stand by order Even Impeachment Proceedings Has No Terrors for the President—Will Do His Duty, Washington, Dec., 31.—Overshadow- ing perhaps the continuous roll of thunder that was emitted from the White House and that reverberated «ver the country during the seven months' battle last session over the railroad rate bill, is President Roose- velt's declaration at this moment that he will stand by his order discharging the negroes of the Twenty-fifth infan- try who shot up the city of Browns- ville. There is no question that President Roosevelt's defiant answer to his crit- ics that lie would stand by his order even at the risk of impeachment by congress has electrified the whole country. Anrl yet. on sober reflection there is not a man who cpn conceive of such a thing us congrtss Impeaching Theodore Roosevelt, even though it be proven that he has overst...

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 — 3 January 1907

IT would hardly do to say that 1906 has been the most eventful twelve- month since that brilliant egrotlst, Julius Caesar, hit on his happy icheme for a calendar. Some bright ichoolboy would ransack his "think- •ry" and bring to remembrance the fact that such a statement would be far too exclusive—that many, many things have happened since that long ago date, which was Just fifty-six years before the beginning of Christianity. So it is that the newspaper man, with his praiseworthy ambition to combine a modicum of accuracy with a readi- ness of expression whose first Intent it to thrill, cultivates restraint when he is dealing with the procession of the years. There have been so many of them, those years, and so many record breakers that he lias learned to (eel his way carefully when he treats of any one of them in particular and in comparison with the others. K K But that does not debar him from finding abundant inspiration In the happenings of any and every Individ- ual year. There...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 3 January 1907

•OUTHEBN MEBCUBT AMD VABMBBS UNIOV PASSWOBB COUNTY LINES IN THE m STATE Now Expected That Map as Ar- ranged Will Go Through. COWETAS MAKE A KICK Survivors of This Tribe Want a County Named for Them—Other Com- plaints Heard. Guthrie, OUla.. Dec. 28.—Thousli protests are being raised in several localities against the work of the con- stitutional map-maker, there Is no move toward an organization for a final struggle, and it Is nut likely that the county line question will he opene'l by the constitutional convention after the holidays. When the motion in made to reconsider January 3, it is ex- pected that a motion to table it indefi- nitely will carry, thus ending the fight. County dlvisionists In the first con- gressional district are the cnes most anxious to have the question opened again. They have planned to rear- range the lines between I^ogan, Lln- coln, Payne and possibly Pawnee, and there Is agitation also for division of Kay, a tier of townships to be taken off Grant county on...

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 — 10 January 1907

r*jt ««£•. u . ,'■..,«#? wvJjtf'i-- <m4i*$ a£tSt#>: ||BipwpypHB^ .4 i. ... If* I • n UN TED W TH i D I Southern Mercury and Farmars Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Vol. XXVII, Dallas* Texas, Thursday, January 10, 1907 $1.00 Per Annum SANGER BROTHERS The Store for Thrifty People A Few Convincing Reasons for Spending Your MONEY in This Clearance Sale A PLEA FOR THE UNION. NATIONAL As the brethren of the Farmers' Union in many parts of Texas seem dissatisfied with the Nation constitu- tion,, and as some brother ?ii Bell Coun- ty has asked that other express them- selves, I will herewith give my views personally. The purposes for which the Union was organized were "to as- sist the farmers in marketing and ob- he buys a runabout—the smallest AN type of motor, carrying the driver and j ono other passenger—he is not going i to be able to keep the car in opera-1 There is an immigration craze at tion f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

SOUTHEBK MERCURY AND FABMBB8 UNION PABSWOHDi FIGHTING INDIANS DURING FRONTIER DAYS OF STATE 1 Incident In the Ufe of Gapt. June Peak, a Pioneer Resident of Texas-How the Rangers Followed Black Horse and His Tribe. 1 In the early part of the winter of 1878 company B of the Frontier bat- talion, Texas rangers, had taken up its camp on the Concho river some twelve or fourteen miles below Fort Concho and near the painted rocks—un old and noted meeting place of the Comanche Indians; anil near the old overland stage road leading from Kort Sill to El Paso by the way of Forts Chad- bourne and Concho. About the first of December that year 'Black Horse,' a sub-clilef of the Comanches, with a band of twenty-five, was Riven a per- mit to hunt buffalo for fifteen days by the Indian agent at H'ort Sill. At the expiration of their permit they failed to return so Col. Cook of the United States army, who was stationed at Fort Sill, left with a detachment of cavalry to look up these Indians and take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

I SOUTHERN MERCU&Y AND FARMERS UNION PAS8WOBH tO&& u^V«4ji'ife?w *.U. A,,* INTERESTING TURN IN INVESTIGATION OF ALLEGED MERGER BETWEEN THE "FOUR PACIFICS." New York, Jan. 5.—When the Inter- state commerce commission investiga- tion into the Harriman allied lines ad- journed its hearing this afternoon to meet in Chicago Tuesday. Frank D. Kellogg, inquisitor, said to Commission- er Lane that a subpoena had been is- sued for Wm. Rockfeller. Mr. Rock- feller is wanted to throw light on a transaction in 1903. when the Standard Oil company held many shares of Southern Paciftc stock for Mr. Harri- man. The Rockfeller deal developed at the hearing today. United States Marshal Henkel reported that Mr. Rockfeller had been avoiding service for two weeks. ♦ ♦ ♦ The Harriman Coup. Testimony was given this afternoon by Secretary Alex Millar of the Harri- man lines, regarding the events attend- ing the famous Harriman coui> last August, when the Union Pacific divi- dend was doubled ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

8Uli'itll!iHN atAttCUAl ANUr/UUUiKH 1/fllUA fAflBWUHU United with FARMERS UNION PA88W0RD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mail mat- wr of the second class. A BAD EXAMPLE. In the current number of Everybody's, Churl.-s Edward Russell writes a scathing criticism which, ■las, is well-dressed. This country's inglorious retro- pessiveness during the past generation, in all thut re- lates to the problem of equitable wealth distribution, is dwelt upon in a manner nowise calculated, to swell •ur already inflated national egotism and self-suffi- ciency as a people. ''Once we taught the nations what to do. Now we teach them what not to do," savs Mr. RubsoII. "It U even so. In all the remaking of New Zealand a tre- mendous force has been the determination to escape, mt whatever cost, the conditions prevailing in the United States. All the world knows what has hap- pened to us. The story of the American trust has penetrated to ever corner of the g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

f ■ [> •UllTUEKA ILfcECUKT ANDFARMKHB UNION PASSWORD THOMAS B. LOVE IS CHOSEN AS SPEAKER DALLAS MAN WINS DY A VOTE OF EIGHTY-SEVEN TO EORTY-EIVE. Only Opponent Was Hon. H. B. Terrell of McLennan and the first Ballot Was Decisive—Col. Peeler's Withdrawal—Both Houses Down to Work. u I > ' Austin, Tex., Jan. 8.—An hour before the opening of the Thirtieth legislature crowds began to flock to the floor and galleries and hundreds of women crowded for the front seats and points of vantage where they could see and hear all that was going on. The first session of the senate lack- ed the interest and enthusiasm of the house and the opening crowd was much smaller. The Dallas delegation of Love boomers, headed by Clarence Lane. Curtis P. Smith and C. L. Wakefield, arrived at the house early to watch results. Far back in the rear of the "gallery sat Jewell P. Lightfoot, the sole representative of the attorney general's department at the opening of Hie legislature that promises to be nost e...

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 — 10 January 1907

COUTHERN MERCUKY AND FAttMUKB UNION FAMSWOKDL (From Sunday's Times Herald.) II A N ARMY without a com- mander Is pitied against a compact and well-drilled irmy with a commander and that com- mander a skilled strategist and as daring as the devil," remarked Old Politician last night. "Senator Bailey has the "best machine ever organized In Texas and four-fifths of the politi- cians are marching under his flag. Experienced organizers are directing bis forces and these men know how to play the game. It takes organization to win a political victory and a well organized minority can put to rout a majority without a head or a purpose most of the time. An ariny cannot win a victory, cannot even put up a re- spectable fight without a loader. Tlie thousands who have been fightln# Senator Bailey are without a leader, a supreme head or a candidate. A cause Without an apostle Is usually a losing cause. -Senator Bailey claims to b'? the regular Democratic nominee and It is his strongest card. Wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

".♦ •" ' r ThoscWho^MMia^to^tdfii \Mi It® d Ife Neither JfeautiM' op Idealistic v *<% Ol 8 JrHGtl — rolll W^mMm Bridge ■of IceH BKantled IOCEANM ■Liner 'S^ntmhs Snow Gang at Work on a City Street ivurr L* ATWOIUV American Rotary Snow Plow * THERE are those among us who see nothing Idealistic about the snow. The varied and ex- quisite forms assumed by the trost particles on crystallization, re- vealed in their fullest beauty beneath the lens, are lost to their unapprecia- tive vision. To them "the fleecy snow" and "the beautiful snow" are absurdi- ties. The only form of snow-inspired poetical effort that appeals to them is the parody. The snow, the snow, the beautiful snow. The more you don't want it the more it won't go, Is not meaningless to them, for they are the men who must battle with it. Such, for Instance, is the railroad man in any part of Uncle Sam's wide domain in which the ice king disputes his sovereignty. The Dakotas, Minne- sota and northern Iowa are favorite haunts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 10 January 1907

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASBW6BH MEETING WAS TURBULENT ONE Brooklynites Want Relief From Con* gested Traffic Conditions. New York, Jan. 4.—Turbulence mark- ed the meeting of the Rapid TranHit commission yesterday, owing to tlie presence of 200 or more Hrooklynites vho demanded Immediate relief from the congestion during "rush hours" at the ends of the Brooklyn bridge. The racket was so groat that President Orr of the commission finally threatened to adjourn the meeting and have the room cleared if better order was not ob- served. Ex-Congressman Kdward M. Hassett was the Brooklynlte's spokes- man. He said that lie appeared for the citizens' central committee of Brook- lyn. which represents forty-eight or- ganizations. Tlie burden of the cry of the Brook- lynites wap for an elevated loop be- tween Williamsburg and Brooklyn bridges so as "to si t the Williamsburg bridge to work," as one of tlie speak- ers put it. Borough President (Viler, ex-onmp- trollej^ an-1 others made s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 January 1907

tofeka D & A X Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmars Union Password Consolidated May lt I90B. Vol. XXVII. No. 3 Dallas, Texas. ThursJay, lanuary 17, 1907 $1.00 Per Annum WASTEFUL METHODS OF HAN- DLING COTTON. said, the bales are left in the compress towns for months. They are put on The party of English spinners, head-1 open cars, exposed to sparks from the ed by Mr. H. W. McAlister, who re cently made a second tour of invest! gation in Texas and other cotton-grow ing States, have returned to England. A prominent member of the party was interviewed by a representative of the Manchester Guardian on his arrival at Liverpool. The interview gives some of Mr. Orr's impressions of American methods of handling and marketing cotton, and indulges in some sharp and it must be confessed, by no means uncalled for, criticism of the present crude and wasteful meth- ods of handling cotton. We have more than once referred to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 January 1907

BOUTHEBN HEBCUBT AND FARMERS UNION PAS8WOBDL PAnERSON OF COLORADO CALLS SENATOR TILLMAN SENATOR FROM CENTENNIAL STATE MIXES IT WITH FIERY SOUTH CAROLINIAN. Senate Chamber at Washington Rings with Denunciation-President is As- sailed by Senator Tillman on Brownsville Affair—Culber- son Takes a Hand in Debate. •Washington, Jan. 12.—The senate thamber rang with denunciation today. Senator Tillman of South Carolina, «s- lailcd the president for his discharge Of negro troops from the army, and held him responsible for creating i condition of race-hatred that would In the near future, result In a "throat-cutting." Senator Patterson of Colorado, who retires from public life on March 4, as- tounded the senate by a denunciation of the South Carolinian. He charged him with advocating lawlessness and championing a policy, that it persisted In. would soon make the representation from the North solidly Republican and the Southern states solidly Democratic. The South Carolina senator repeat- edly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 January 1907

WOTTTHKKN MEHCORY ANT> FAHMEHS TTNIOir PA8SWOBU MUCH ENTHUSIASM AT ANTI-BAILEY MEETING >- LARGE NUMBER OF DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF LAS GATHER AT CITY HALL. Every Speaker Listened to With Marked Attention—State Senator Given an Ovation—Several Orators From Olher Places Were Among the Speakers. DAL- Senter Largely In honor of State Senator E. G. Senter who returned home from Austin Friday, where he has led for the past week, the forces that arj fighting strongest for an investigation of the record of Senator Bailey by the legislature, a mass meeting of those opposed to the re-election of Senator Bailey to the United States senate, held in the auditorium of the city hall Saturday, and speeches delivered by several of the leaders on this side of the campaign, from different parts of the state. The meeting was presided over by Judge Edward Gray of this city. On the stage, were seated, Pol. W. L. Crawford, Gen. M. M. Crane, Judge Joseph 15. Coekrell, Judge R. C. Por- ter, Judge J. E. Gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 January 1907

•OTTTHEBN ICEBCUBT AND FABMERS UNION PA8BW0BH United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weakly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- r of the second clan. ■a PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St {Cerner Lnmtr). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. Address all communication^', and make all draftH, money orders, etc., payabl* tc MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texss.' DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions Interrupted and their flies broken in case they fall to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed that continuance is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during the year. Instructions for discontinuance win receive atten- tion at the proper timj. Changs of Address—Subscribers requesting a change Of address must give the OLD as we...

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