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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 17 January 1907

SOHTHKIN UKBCTTllT AKT) FAMISR9 tTHIOK PASSWORD GOVERNOR CAMPBELL ASSUMES THE REINS NEW EXECUTIVE WAS FORMALLY INAUGURATED TODAY AT THE STATE CAPITAL. Ke Promises That Lobbyists Shall Disappear from the Legislative Halls and That Platform Demands Shall be Carried Out—Impress* ive Scenes and Incidents. Ka:- > Austin, Jan. 15.—Long before the time for the official Inaugural ceremo- nies the crowds packed the galleries and floor of the house of representa- tives almost to suffocation. Thousands of residents of Austin and many Tex- ans who had journeyed from afar were present. ' Associate Justice Williams adminis- tered the oath of offloe to Governor Thomas M. Campbell and Lieutenant Governor Davidson* The retiring governor made his final address as follows: Governor Lanham's Address. In presenting the new governor to the audience, Governor Lanham said: Gentlemen of the Legislature, Ladies and Gentlemen: In popular govern- ments the transition, from public office to private station i...

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 — 17 January 1907

BUOTHERN mebcust and farmers union passworbl PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT FIRM IN HIS POSITION TRANSMITS TO SENATE MORE FACTS ON THE BROWNSVILLE INCIDENT. teen or twenty men engaged In the as- sault could have gathered behind the wall of the fort, begun firing, some of them on the porches of the barruckR, aome out Into the town, fired In the neighborhood of 200 shots In the town HfL, _. __ ana then return—the total time occu- pied from the time of the first shot to the end of the return being somewhere In the neighborhood of ten minutes— without many of their comradea knowing what they had done. Indeed the fuller details as established by the additional evidence taken since I laat communicated with the senate, make It likely that there were very many If any of the soldiers dismissed who could have been Ignorant of what occurred. It is well nigh impossible that any of the non-commissioned officers who were at the barracks should not have known what occurred. The additional evidence thus taken...

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 — 17 January 1907

^^ptuagenarmvmB tation wmmfPwnprnv# [Near Bruase ■a aiv fell A Gay W& 4 ' |ost | ecentl }z///Jr Picture < ■■Leopold D J On the PronvcMd kt Ofltendl her husband, Philip of San-Cobin Chat she wm obliged to accept the pen* >■ MONO all the crowned heads of Christendom the aged king of the Belgians Is unique. Leopold II., who has ex- ceeded by two years the scriptural age limit of threescore years and ten, has not yet finished sowing his wild oats. It is not because he did not begin the operation betimes. There Is n<? record to show that he was ever compelled to struggle against an inherited predispo- sition toward goodness. Nor has It been for lack of application. There Is no evidence that he has been slothful as a sower. With abundant and long continued opportunities to arrive at absolute sur- feit he has embraced none of them, but has continued to exhibit a pertinacity and an endurance that would have made a hero of him had they been ex- ercised in a less unconventional m...

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 — 17 January 1907

■ * ... w. tOTTTHEBK MEBCUBT AND VABMBB8 UWIOM PUB8W0M I MEMBERS WANT MORE LIGHT fext of Resolution for Investigation of Senator Bailey. A SWEEPING MEASURE If Adopted it Would Enable Legislators to Arrive at Al the Facts in the Matter. Austin, Jan. 10.—Following la the full text of the resolution anklng for an Investigation of Senator Bailey an<l Attorney General Davidson, reference to which was made In yesterday af- ternoon's dispatches to The Times Herald: Whereas, Certain charges have been made through the press and In public statements and addresses affecting the character and Integrity of Hon. Joseph W. Bailey, candidate for re-election to the United States senate from this state, such charges being substantial- ly that while holding the office of rep- resentative In Congress and United States senator from Texas he accepted money and favors from the Waters- Pierce Oil company charged to be a subsidiary corporation of the Standard Oil company and dominated by It. and from Its...

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 — 24 January 1907

r- ^UNITED WITH* l*'7 SsS W Southern Mercury Established 0880. — = —:———— . ■ Farmers Union Password established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated Msy 1, IOOB. VoL XXVII. No. 4 Dallas* Texas, Thursday, January 24, 1907 $1.00 Per Annum i w W" ! - < / n fee?"* PROFIT IN WAREHOUSING COT. TON. tloe Foster of Williamson County Union Discusses the 8ubject A writer recently said: "The food of the nations is at hand on every •pot of the habitable globe, and the sun ceases not to shine on fields of precious metals, but the clothing of mankind must be sought in the South- ern United States. Iron and steel, gold and diamonds, meat-products and petroleum are regulated, the supply to the demand, so their producers receive Just values; but cotton, the most im- portant of the world's products, is dumped on the markets as if it weije flotsam on the sea of commerce." A great question of vital importance Is to be solved by the agriculturists of the nation—how to obtain...

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 — 24 January 1907

GOVERNOR CAMPBELL SUBMITS HIS MESSAGE NEW EXECUTIVE TRANSMITS TO THE LEGISLATURE HIS VIEWS ON STATE MATTERS. Is a Stickler for Platform Demands and Insists lhat Every Promise Shall be Literally Carried Out—Opposed to Professional Lobby- ing and Stands for the Masses. fat Ipttitl ft Tkt Timei Htrtli, Austin, Jan. 16—The message of .governor Campbell was read In both louses of the legislature to-day. GIST OF MESSAGE. Mew Chief Executiva Discusses Perti- nent Matter* Before the People. Governor Campbell In his first mes- sage to the legislature states he is In favor of every platform demand of the late Democratic state convention be en- acted into laws. As early as the year 1900 a consti- tutional amendment designed to safe- guard the people in those particulars was proposed by one who had been a governor of Texas, and one of the purest, most enlightened and progress- ive statesmen of our time, the lament- ed James S. Hogg. The people, by their platform of that year, endorsed the amend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 24 January 1907

• A : - 5 (Friim Suni^y's Times Herald.) "O - -■5 ' " ' I . ■ ■ SCAR B. COLQUITT to In the olty today," remarked Old Politician. "According to the Austin correspondents he gave Hon. L J. Storey the upper-cut and his vote placed Hon. Allison Mayfleld at the head of the railroad commission. Commissioner Colquitt owed the old gentleman one, and Oscar always pays his political debts, so the boys tell me. Two years hence it will be up to the Hon. Allison to make the race for re- election and his election as president of the board will add to his prestige. Commissioner Colquitt made his flght tor a two-cent passenger rate on the Houston ai.d Texaa Central ral road last year while the campaign for the office of governor was very young. His friends, some of them at least, said that he had blundered. It was bad politics, they said. Now Governor Campbell comes out for a twi oent passenger tariff, snatching from Oscar a plank that was soggy.- No. it isn't a platform demand, ana it is not like-...

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 — 24 January 1907

«UUX11£JU MfcttLUKX AJIO FAKMWKM UNION PA8SW0KDL United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONg DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as tor of the second class. PUBLI8HED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Ofrice. 27 Gaston Building, 213-215 Commerce St. (Comer Lamar). Advertising Rates furnished upon application. A4ttM all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, eta, payable t? 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 tall to remit before expiration. It is therefore assumed tnai 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. Change of Address—Subscribers requesting a change Of address must give the OLD as well as the N...

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 — 24 January 1907

Hf: aA-c, ■+J* ±A«LSi * ,..-i ^ w" ^ fDUTHKHA MEBCURY AHD FARMERS UNION PAS8V01DL > •- COCKE FILES CHARGES AGAINST SENATOR BAILEY REPRESENTATIVE CATALOGUES COMPLAINTS AND FILES CHARGES ON INFORMATION AND BELIEF. Allegations Contain Much New Matter and There are Many Counts hi the Indictment—Full Text of Bill hi the Hands of the Committee. I f Austin, Tex.. Jan. 2*1.—The following are the charges, based upon informa- tion and belief, alleged by Hon. W. A. Cocke, of Bexar county, against United States Senator Joseph W. Bailey filed with the committees of the house and senate: To said honorable committee: Now comes William Cocke, a member of the Thirtieth house of representatives, Texas legislature, and, upon informa- tion and belief, alleges and charges J. W. Bailey as follows: First. That J. W. Bailey while a T- member of the United States congress, became financially interested in a cer- tain mule contract with the United States government, in violation of the law and contraventi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 24 January 1907

VOUTHEBN MEBCUR? AHO VABMER8 UNION PASSWOKR ROOSEVELT PAYS TRIBUTE TO GEN. ROBERT E. LEE Washington, Jan. 19.—The one-hun- dredth anniversary of the birth of Rob- ert E. Lee wag elaborately celebrated today at the New Wlllard, under the auspices of local representatives of Southern societies and In the presence ®f a distinguished audience. The decorations Included the Inter- mingling of the Stars and Stripes and the stars and Bars. The Marine band was present by direction of the seore- ta'-y of the navy. Hon. Miliary Herbert presided and addresses were delivered by Senator Berry of Arkansas. Associate Jus- tRe Brewer and Representative ojnn 61'arpe Williams. President Roosevelt was unable to attend, but sent a letter paying high tribute to the personal character and the public career of Lee, in which he ■aid among other things: "I hope that you will take advantage Of the one-hundredth anniversary of the general's birth by appealing to all our people lii every section of this country...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 24 January 1907

■ „ h ■pp t m y ! I >A/tnUNDIZE'DTHANNIVFttAny' S? \ DECS STUDY AT \LTXlNGTON^m f I P m ftGURCOJ*l£T IN cava or UNIVERSITY % • ///< 'ii/A/.'///". './. i y^////WS//SY'' //vf'^'s ' ' ';'.'.tfw////"$&. / 2$& ^ V '//ft/t / 7 :,/#////. ■'./.'/,// '< Z^'JWLntGTCN IT WAS BEPVJZE THE WAR. > U8T a century ago there was born a Virginian who was of the ■tad of which heroes are made. It was bred in the bone. The newcomer In the little town of Strat- ford on that midwinter morning of Jan. 19 was the son of the Llghthorse Barry Lee who was so conspicuous daring the war of the Revolution, the Intimate personal friend of Washing- ton, the man selected by the congress to prepare the great first president's •^BlPgy. The youngster's birthright entailed a mighty life work. It was a serious natter to Inherit the name and the ac- companying responsibility of sustain- ing the reputation of the man who wrote "First In war, first In peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen." That ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 24 January 1907

*OUTH£BA MEBCUBY ABO FAHMKHW UAIOH PA88W0KH WATERS-PIERCE CODE AND SENATOR BAILEY Austin, Jan. 1 J.—Attorney General Davidson has placed at the disposal of the house of representatives an in- teresting volume which is said to be the code book of the Waters-Pierce Oil company. In'It Is written the name of Joseph W. Bailey and his secret name Is "Republish." Gainesville, Sen- ator Bailey's home, Is known as "Sea- weed." The code book Is really a lan- guage in itself and President Roose- velt should secure a copy of It before he Issues another phonetic spelling proclamation. The leading cities of the country, the leading hotels, promi- nent men and coal oil terms are given names which were supposed to be known only to the Waters-Pierce Oil company officials and trusted friends. Henry Clay Pierce has several names. He Is "Stagger" as president of the company, "Stngerness" as plain Mr. Pierce; "Staggered" when the ex- pression, "Henry Clay Pierce, presi- dent, advises," and as "Staggerin...

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 — 31 January 1907

fn O ^UNITED WITH* TOPEKA . Is". A - fouthern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmera Union Password Consolidated May lt I9O0. Vol. XXVII. No. 5 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, January 31, 1907 $1.00 Per Annum PLEA AGAINST 8PLIT. PRESIDENT CALVIN OP TEXAS FARME«8' UNION URGES MEMBERS TO WATCH FOOT8TEP8. Says Cause is Laoking—Declares There Is No Reaaon Why There Should Be Cecession or a Bolt from the Ranks. President E. A. Calvin of the Texas (■"sinners' Union has issued the follow- ing addres&; To the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union of Texas: Dear Brethren—I feel that this is a supreme moment In the history of the Farmers' Union of Texas, and all the other States as well. In four years we have made a record of organization unsurpassed in history, almost as if by magic we have mobil- ized an industrial army of farmers that ought to awaken pride in the heart of every loyal farmer of the land, and Ktrike terror to the ho...

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 — 31 January 1907

wuiflfilW MEBCUHY AMD FABMBB8 UNION PASSWORD- 6RUB5S SPEAKS ONJDUCATION Address Delivered at Capital on Tnesday Night. AN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING Education of a Child Not Complete Until a Knowledge of the Useful Arts is Gained. Austin, Jan. 26.—In speaking before the Texas legislature on Tuesday night Hon. V. W. Grubbs spoke substantially as follows: Mr. Speaker, ■Members of the Texas Legislature, Ladles and Gentlemen: 1 am pleased to aeknowledge th^r courtesy extended to me through my friend and associate in a former legis- lature. Mr. Clements, of an invitation to address you upon a subject of spec- ial interest to myself and of general concern to the people of Texas. I am not unmindful of the fact that you have Just passed through a most Btrenuous and somewhat acrimonious contest and that you have not had time to cool off sufficiently to appreciate and enjoy a speech upon mailers de- manding a more serious and dispas- sionate consideration. I confess that X have been drawn away from ...

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 — 31 January 1907

1 (From Sunday's Times Herald.) "W be convinced that It was a mute re- minder that Wall Street 1b without soul, conscience or gizzard. If Senator Senter and his colleagues refuse to protect the badger by amending the game laws of the state without delay then the people should be aroused to ELL, they're grinding Sown their duty and the protection of the at Austin," remarked Old / w w Politician yesterday. "Two Investigating committees are holding daily sessions and examining witnesses —and the correspondents are having their own fun. What will the harvest bet Why, two reports—majority and minority. Senator Bailey has four members of the senate committee and four members of the house committee, and on a shown-down it will be four to three In the senate committee, and four to three in the house committee. What happens when a man's friends are in absolute control? An adverse verdict or decision? Not in this year of our Lord. 1907. After the committees have submitted their reports and th...

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 — 31 January 1907

KOUTHEHN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Kntered 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, 2X3-215 Commerce St. (Corner Lamar). _ Advertising Rata* furnished upon application. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orUers, etc payabla tr 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 fail 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 tna year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. Chang* of Address—Subscribers requesting a change of address must give the OLD aa wel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 January 1907

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSW, V V JOHNSON WELL KNOWN TO TEXAS LEGISLATORS rv I Austin, Jan. 28.—Perhaps the most Unique figure in Austin at the present time is J. D. Johnson, general counsel of the Wators-Pierce Oil company and a witness for United States Senator Bailey In the investigation proceedings now being conducted by the two hous- es. "Colonel" Johnson is an old stager. He has been associated with Henry Clay Pierce, off and on, ever since 1874, when Pierce began his career as a petroleum magnate. During part of the time he was not "on" with Mr. Pierce, Johnson was a Missouri state senator and when ho was younger ho took an active part in politics. Several sessions back "Judge" Johnson came to Texas and it was currently reported at the time that Johnson was here In the interest of the passage of the now famous >ntl-cigarette bill. It will be remembered that this bill, If enacted Into a law, would have, without doubt, resulted in a monopoly of the cigar- ette bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 January 1907

WUtTl HERN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. STANDARD OIL COMPANY HAS COMPLETE MONOPOLY INTERSTATE RAILROAD COMMISSION MAKES REPORT TO CONGRESS UNDER RESOLUTION. Mods of the Standard to Crush Out Independent Companies are Dwelt Upon—Alleged That the Standard Has Paid • for Space in Many Newspapers. Washington, D. C., Jan. 28. Tiie Interstate commcrer commission today lent to congress a report of the inves- tigation made by It under the Tillniun- 3illes|)ie resolution approved March 7. last, concerning the relations of com- mon carriers by rail to the production and distribution of oil. The report jovers the distribution of petroleum ind its products east of the Mississippi •iver, and incidentally, the Kansas and Texas fields. The report points out leneraily the methods by which tho Standard Oil company "has built uo ind perpetuated Its monopoly and thu •elatlons of transportation agencies to that monopoly." It Is assorted that the "ruin of Its competitors lins hern a dis- tinct pa...

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 — 31 January 1907

Sa^Theirr^mtmJl ■pn^AWoivdsrfiiH Ambulation of the * Subaqueous and the criaJ a st a a i c 0906 SB B 6 eare ssrr ttff ;>( rrFr fFRP . \r"!" vr ,i« r FFFFFf FfFFfH ,5J OF I Bell & Terwlnl ■UBXMI TVDVU. IT system IT Is easy lo employ superlatives, but no other adjectives need ap- ply when one seeks words to describe the engineering opera- tions now being pushed forward under- neath the surface of the Manhattan Island section of New York city and the beds of the two rivers which di- vide it from New Jersey and Long Is- land. Stupendous is a word that comes In handy when characterizing the new underground New York. All these tun- nels, subways and terminals belong exclusively to the twentieth century, which is still an infant. Nearly every week some new extension of an under- ground transit system is adopted or proposed. Old New York, which means Man- hattan island and is the commercial and financial center of America and the rest of the world, was richly en- dowed by nature with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 31 January 1907

' :' 18 ^';W'^ P «vu i HEBN MERCUBY AND FARMERS UNIOV PASBWOBIH ¥ SERMON ON PARTY LOYALTY Dallas Pastor Preaches on Pertinent Question. MARION FRANKLIN HAM Pastor of First Unitarian Church Does Not Believe in Being Led by Party Bosses. Text: "Be tliou Ktronif, therefore, and Ihow thyself a man." X Kin«H 2:2. The record su.vs: "Now the days of David drew nlRh thai he should die; ind he charged Solomon, hln son, say- \ng, I go the way of all the earth: be Ihou strong, therefore, and show thy- lelf a man." This Is probably the best advice ever given by a dying father to his son. ♦ ♦ The Province of the Pulpit. In. a Dallas newspaper of recent date my eyes fell upon these words: "I am 1 Democrat of the straitest sect, and believe In the supreme importance, for the preservation of (he people's wel- fare, of the maintenance of party or-^ gantzutton and party regularity." It Is not the province of the pulpit to en- gage in political campaigns, and I ahull attempt no discussion of the polit...

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