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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 February 1907

IK. 1 ■ n '■UNITED WITH totx&a tx* u n m l cuthern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. = Vol. XXVII, No. 6 Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I, 1905. Dallas* Texas. Thursday, February 7, 1007 $1.00 Per Annum OFFICIAL REPORT. THE AUSTIN FARCE. note that many Unions fail to under- stand the special assessment of 10 On the Vote on the Adoption of the i cents (which you will note is only for ' "National Constitution." ! one time—not annually.) It seems that Brethren: We, your president, fee-, many Unions understand this to be retary-treaBurer, and board of directors j for the payment of last year's expens- as a quorum of the same, have met, es. Not one dollar of it can be so used. as per our instruction, and counted! All indebtedness must be paid out of ^ the votes of the Local Unions cast j the regular dues of 2 cents per quar- j Mercury-Password has endeavored to Nov. 24, on the ratification or rejection ter, or 8 cents for...

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 — 7 February 1907

SOUTHERN MEBCUBr AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOHDl SITUATION IS GRAVE BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIES Washington, , Feb. 2.—President Roosevelt is urging newspaper corre- spondents to do ail in their l ower to minimize the talk of a probable war between the United States and Japan. He is explaining in detail the method by which he expects to avoid any fur- ther irritation between the two gov- ernments. He expresses the utmost confidence in Ills ability to bring the San Francisco school authorities to his way of thinking. He therefore feels no hesitancy in asking the correspondents to deny that the situation is serious or acute. The president had a special audience this afternoon with the correspondents of the newspapers which are staunch supporters of his administration. To the members of the party he expressei Ills positive belief that when the Han Francisco authorities take up the ques- tion with him ho will have no serious trouble In getting them to agree to tin withdrawal of the order baring th...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 February 1907

\ I "H (From Sunday's Times Herald.) ON. THOMAS B. LOVE, speaker ol the Twentieth legislature, is in the city," remarked Old Politician last night. "The speaker is a very busy man, he has been a very busy man since his nomination last July and he expects to be a very busy man until the day of final adjournment of the Thirtieth leg- islature. Speaker Love told his friends yesterday that the opponents of Sena- tor Bailey in this city have been un- iist in their criticisms of his action in ihe appointment of the committee to pvestlgate the charges against Senator JJalley. In the first place, he says the *iajority sentiment in the house, as rfhown by the adoption of the Kennedy substitute, forced him to name four Bai- ley men on the committee and t,Viat one of the four declined to vote for the sen- ator pending investigation of charges. In his selection of members he ruled out those who asked to be made mem- bers of the committee and named for the minority three members acceptable to 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 — 7 February 1907

VOUTHEKN MERCURY AND FARMERS UMIOM fAfttfWOIK!* United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANN^M. Hntered at the Dallas, Texas, postofflce as mall mat- iat of the aecond class. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO. Main Office, 27 Gaston Building 211-816 Commerce tt (Corner Lamar). Advertising Ratee furnished upon application. Address all communications, and make' all drafts, money orders, ate, payable >? MILTON PARK. Manager. Pallas, Texss. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that a large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their subscrip- tions Interrupted and their files broken m ease they rail to remit before expiration. It Is therefore assumed thai oentinuance Is desired unless subscribers order discontin- uance, either when subscribing or at any time during tiie year. Instructions for discontinuance'will receive atten- tion at the proper time. Change of Address—Subscribers requesting change of address must *lve the OLD as w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 7 February 1907

«U U TMJUUI MJSKUUJiX AMD FAMMKH8 UNION PAS8W0SDL t' - JAPAN MAKES STRONG DENIAL No War Spirit Exists Towards the United States. Chicago. Feb. B.—A dispatch to the Tribune from Washington says: In response to a. direct cable from the editor of the Chicago Tribune to Marquis SaionJI. minister of foreign af- fairs at Tokio, the Japanese govern- ment yesterday Instructed its embassy here, also by cable, to convey to the American people Its disavowal of all Inclination toward war wtih thfc United States and its belief that the, indif- ference between the two countries are and always have been susceptible of pacific treatment. >.i- The imperial government Of Japan, which acted with similar frankness to- ward Russia before the war," realising that the cable from the Tribune Indi- cated that there was some belief In the United States that there might be a war over the California school ques- tion, took prompt steps to assure the people of the United States that the friendly feeling betw...

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 — 7 February 1907

' «*<• Tv, e vOUl'HIiJM MJ&KCUtt X AAO FAMOUS UNIOV PAS8WOBDL reason is suggested Agitation May Have been Started by Dis- affected Newspaper Correspondents Japanese Press Is Silent. Toklo, Feb. 4.—The war talk of the American press has been received here With great surprise and regret. The correspondent of the Associated Press talked with several leading men in and out of the government. They concur in the opinion that the United States is the last country with Japan would go to war, besides both nations are unag- gressive in their trade rivalries, which seldom lead to war unless territorial Acquisition is irAended. In some quarters the belief is ex- pressed the misrepresentation that Ja- pan is suffering from on account of the Ban Francisco school question is the outcome of the Immunity shown disuf- fected war correspondents in the iate Russian war. It is believed these cor- respondents are watching for an occa- sion to victimize Japan. Even those in- clined to be caustic, r...

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 — 7 February 1907

X7^ 1 1 Y 1 ' % a • • k :vi'S ^ ^ H ff#':-! « 3ft §©nnn® ©ff Itlh® M®im Wto®s® oapawcn It© uDffinMtt® tffln© Iffiacltaefr S®®ims \1© _ <e it© Urine PMDfcnflFs Esteem _ Lieutentuvt Roscoc G. BMlmcr \i lord. ^W. Goolev; 1 SErP.cOCc.'jS VV'N*% ■vc^v-T'^v ^9cwrenx0 O. Mwr^y Gifford PincKot JtKJftOS R. Geoiield Robsrt Bxcon. THERE Is no ruler In Christen- dom whose "policy" is less likely to be shaped or in any way directed by the influence If his intimate associates than is that M a president of the United States, there is nothing to deter him from ac- cepting the advice of an old and val- ued friend, and If he be wise he will avail himself of this privilege frequent- ly, but the obstacles In the way of further and extended "outside" influ- mce are so numerous and so insur- mountable that meddlesome interfer- )nce is a thing comparatively unknown B American history. So when President Roosevelt's "ten- Its cabinet" is mentioned or even print- id, the American political purist need lot...

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 — 7 February 1907

SOUTHERN MEKLUKY AMD JTAHMKKtf UNION PASSWORD. F IS, I 1. | Br;,, % - | & - -. VOTING STRENGTH FALLS SHORT Poll fax Payments About 2.000 Less Than Last Year. It is estimated by Tax Collector Jones that about 12,000 poll taxes were paid in Dallas county during the three months' period which ended yesterday. This number falls about 2000 short of the total number of payments for last year. It will be several days before the tax collector's force can complete the work of compiling the exact num- ber of payments. The tax collector's office was closed at 12 o'clock last night and for that reason did not open until after noon to-day. The different sub-stations about the city remained open until 'J o'clock last night. During the day yesterday 1482 poll tuxes were paid In the city, of which number 902 were paid at the substations established dome time ago, at the different places in the city. The city, it is stated, leads the coun- ty In the number of poll taxes paid. With the polls paid...

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 — 14 February 1907

■*' wm i UNITED WITH Vli lias u Si A a Southern Mercury Eptablished I68O Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May I. 1905. Vol. XXVII. No. 7 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, February 14>, 1907 $1.00 Per Annum i ■ • ■ *1, SANGER BROTHERS Specials in fioop Coverings We offer at special prices tliis week every short length and pattern of Linoleum that we will not offer this spring, as our new spriug stock is soon to arrive, We offer at veiy attractive prices all odd rolls and remnants of this sanitary floor cover. Linoleum in fancy block and title designs and wood ef- fects in our regular COc quality, special price, per MORE AROUT THE NEW FARM Er...' ORGANIZATIONS. • •••••• square yard Extra heavy Printed Linoleum in title, block and fancy designs, qualities ranging in price from 70c to 85c # « per square yard, special price per square yard Out Inlaid Linoleum, in floral and title designs, regular pi c; $1.15 per square yard, spec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

KOUTHEKN MEBCUBT AND FABMHHH UNION PASSWORD. 1DENCE OF FRANCIS WAS AN EYE OPENER MISSOURI EX-GOVERNOR THROWS SOME NEW LI6IIT ON THE DEALINGS OF JUNIOR SENATOR. Wired Mr. Bailey lo Come to St. Louis to Meet Mr. Pierce—He $4800 for Mr. Bailey and Cautioned Mr. Pierce to Say Nothing About a Loan. Paid Austin, To*., Feb. 9.—David R. Fran- eta, ex-governor of Missouri, and a man of affairs, came to Texas to assist his friend. United States Senator Joe W. Bailey, whose conduct is now being Investigated by the legislative commit- tees, but the testimony of the Missouri man throws new light on Senator Bailey's financial transactions not heretofore known by the Investigators*. Mr. Francis told at the morning ses- sion about telegraphing Mr. Dailey to come to St. Louis before Mr. Bullcy's conference with Mr.Plerce, and he told of his payment of $4800 worth of obli- gations held by Pierce against Bailey. It came out In the afternoon testimony that Francis had objected to Pierce telling persons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

for the enactment of laws which will strike down legitimate Interests and retard the growth of Texas.' Word* of wisdom, young man—worda of wis- dom." I m I- (From 8unc^y*a Times Herald.) ELL, the Investigation Is nearlng Ita close," remarked Old Politician last night, "and the people are glad of It. Just now the Thaw trial Is the leading sen- sation and the Bailey Investigation has been relegated to aecond place aa a news Item. David Rowland Francis has given in hla testimony and Henry Clay Pierce haa condescended to meet the investigating committee in the city of St. Louis on the 15th of February. No, I have no comment to make on the ■work of the Investigating committee at this time. It will be up to the legisla- ture shortly in the shape of a majority and a minority report and then the legislature will accept the majority and pigeon-hole the minority report. Four metphers of tho senate committee and four members of the house committee are certain to sustain Senator Bailey. State'S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UVIO* PAMWORBL United with FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Issued WmWjt ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas. postottlce aa mail Baat* r ef til* aecond claaa. * PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the __ FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING C° erc« Main Office, 27 Gaston Building. 213-216 Comin 8t (Corner Lamar). __ Advertising Rata. furnished upon PP"ca"°";vA0rtrd«T all communications, and make all draft*, money etc., payable „ MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texaa. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that Ity of our subscribers prefer not to have ihelr tiona Interrupted and their files broken in c** yt te remit Wore expiration. It is therefore aaaumefl tn« continuance ia desired unless subscribers order dt venee. either when subscribing or at any time aurl g year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive a«cn tien at the proper time. Change of Addre.e—Subscribers requesting of address must give the OLD as well as tne NH-w aa dr«H. « . RENEWALS—The date pn your wrapper sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

"^w ftODTHEHX HKRCUBT AJH> FABMKBfl UNION PAA8VOBBL ;, li^.k FRIENDS OF BAUEY INJURE SENATOR'S CASE My Tit /ImtiateJ Prett. Austin, Tex.. Feb. 12.—A man's friends sometimes get him into more trouble than all of his enemies. The truth of this statement is exemplified In the proceedings of the Bailey loves* tlgatlag committee now about to close Its labors. J. D. Johnson, general coun- sel of the'w&ters-Flerce Oil company; . David R. Francis, ex-governor of Mis- souri, and R. L. Henry, congressman from the Waco district, are all friends of Senator Bailey, but their evidence has done more to open the eyes of the committees of the Thirtieth legislature than all the rest of the evidence. J. D. Johnson is not the kind of a man that would inspire the confidence of *1 Texas legislature, and his testimony bluntly given, showed that his view- point was different from that of tha average Texas citizen, -who believes that the spirit of the law, not the letter, should be obeyed. David R. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

FOUTHKHW MKKl'URY AMD 7ASMSJBS U5ION PASSWOKtt SHOCK 1$ FELT FOR FORTY MILES Arsenal and Cordyte Magazine Ex- plodes in England. Woolwich, En*., Feb. 11.—A huge hole In the ground to all that remains of the site of the chemical research department of the Woolwich arsenal •nd cordyte magazine which exploded early this morning with such terrific force that the concussion waa felt In towns forty miles away. The whole country side was thrown Into a panic •wing to the belief that a violent earthquake had occurred. There was ao loss of life, but the buildings for Billed around were wrecked. Within a few minutes after the ex- plosion thousands of terror-stricken people, many of them half thronged towards the arsenal. clothed, There were large holes In the walls of neigh- boring houses and on all sides shatter- ed doors and windows' and wrecked roofs testified to the appalling force of the explosion. The arsenal and maga- glne was practically swept away, the big blocks of stone of which the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 14 February 1907

f Always a student \%e NOW and then there appears In some journal of more or less extended influence an Item to the effect that Senator Jo leph Benson Foraker has received a "black eye" or that he lies shivering ■nder the traditional "cold blanket." Chat discolored optic has always shown a marvelous capacity to return to its normal condition, and the reaction from the effect of that cold blanket has always set in without delay. The .American public has come to the •pinion that as long as the Ohio man is a member of the United States sen- ate he will manage to occupy a reason- able share of the public attention. Even were he not a part of that august body there is every reason to believe that Mr. Foraker would not permit himself to be forgotten. tie is a big man and Is still grow- ing. There is not a higher ideal in po- litical life than to occupy a leading po- sition in the senate. That distinction came to the Ohio man several years ago, and he has held It with a grip that has baffl...

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 — 14 February 1907

«OUTtiEHJf MEBCUBT AID FABMBB8 UK10X PASSWORD- TRUSTS IN TEXAS SHOWN TO EXIST Attorney Genaral Davidson Makes a Report to the Legislature. THE fUTUREJS OMINOUS Legal Department of of the State Gives Details as to the Methods of Un« Lawful Combinations. Austin, Tex., Feb. 8.—The following communication was read In the hou^e of representatives last nigh': To the Honorable Speaker and Mem- bers of the House of Representatives, Austin, Texas: Gentlemen—I begr to acknowledge re- ceipt of the resolution adopted by the house of representatives on Jun. 17, 1907, which is as follows: "Be it resolved, by the house of the Thirtieth legislature, that the attorney general of the state of Texas, be and he is hereby, requested to inform this house at his earliest convenience If, in his opinion, there exist within the state of Texas, a lumber trust, a beef trust, a cotton seed oil trust, a printing trust, an oil trust, a while corporations are Immortal and never die, but by a simple legal process c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 February 1907

m Southern Mercury Eatabllshed I88O. Farmers Union Paasword Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May lt I90B. =9 Vol. XXVII. No. 8 Dallast Texas, Thursday, February 21, (907 $1.00 Per Annum k [ it w HALE ON BUCKET 8H0P8. Being allied with the farmers, and being a member of the Union, I feel an interest in all things that affect agricultural products. The bill now pending before the Legislature to know out "buck- et shops" and stifle legitimate cotton exchanges, in my humble judgment, Is fraught with evil, and is detrimental to the interests of cotton growers. The politicians are clamoring for the bill because lt is profitable to cuss the speculator and chuckle the farmer un- der the chin. The epidemic of reform will some day rebound and strike a so- lar plexus blow on the carcass of those bowling down the cotton gambler. It is a well known fact that hedging In cotton futures permits the speculat- or to sell in advance to the spinners, and the sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 February 1907

tfOUTHEBN MERCURY AHD FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. REPORT MADE BY GOMMITTEE Affairs at Rusk Penitentiary in Splen- did Shape. Austin, Tex., Feb. 19—Representa- tives QUmore and Lane have returned 1 from Rusk, Tex., where they visited the state penitentiary. They made their report as follows: Hon. H. A. O'Neal, Chairman Appro- priation Committee, House of Repre- sentatives: Sir—Tour committee ap- pointed to visit and Inspect the state penitentiary at Rusk, Tex., has the honor to report that such visit and In- spection has been made. We are pleased to report that wo found the prison in splendid condition and well managed, save the little con- fusion necessary Incident to a chang1? In administration. It Is gratifying o report that those in charge of the insti tutlon are determined to run the prison on the broadest line of humanity under the circumstances. Tour committee would respectfully suggest the need of a complete sewerage system for" tho prison and the installation of a steam heating ...

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 — 21 February 1907

r? ? i "4" I K f? T v.; p-' JUDGE JOHN M DUNCAN MAKES VIGOROUS REPLY TO HIS CRITICS. Austin, Feb. 16.—The following was given out by Hon. John H. Duncan to* day: To the Texas Dally Press: My attention has been called to a statement over the signature of Hon. W. C. Davis, representative from Bra- zos, dated the 11th instant and stated in the Dallas News to hiive been given out at Senator Bailey's headquarters in Austin, in which statement certain crit- icisms are made on a supposed contri- bution to the press on Monday last by myself In connection with a Waters- Pierce-Bailey $1500 dollar draft. In reply to Mr. Davis' statement, I beg to say: , First—That the errors, or Inaccu- Washlngton, as published In the Hous- ton Chronicle of December 1, 1906: "The statement that I ever drew a draft or save an order on the Waters- Pierce Oil company in favor of any- body for any amouut, or for any pur- pose, is an absolute and unqualified lie." From Mr .Bailey's reply on December 6, 1906. to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 21 February 1907

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. >1 wTb lllMlili lifnii I'll United with FARMERS UNION PA8BWORD. Issued Weekly ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postoffice 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 all communications, unci make all drafts, money omer , etc., pay a bl« ♦ MILTON PARK, Manager, Dallas, Texas. DISCONTINUANCES.—It Is found that ft large major- ity of our subscribers prefer not to have their Bunscnp- tlons interrupted and their files broken in case they rail to remit before expiration. It therefore nssumeO inai continuance Is desired unless subscribers order dlscontin- 'ttanoe, either when subscribing or pi any lime during tn* year. Instructions for discontinuance will receive atten- tion at the proper time. Change of Address—Subscribers requesting a change Of a...

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