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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

V \\ CALL FOR NATIONAL MEETING. To the Members ol the Farmer's Education- al aud Co-Operatlve Union of America; The National Executive Com- mittee has requested that a call be issued for a delegated meeting of the Farmers Educational and Co- Operative Union of America, to beheld in Texarkana, Tex.; Sept. 6, 6, 7 and 8th, 1906. You are' hereby called to meet at the above1 time and place as selected by the committee, for the purpose of electing officers and attend to any other business that may be brought before the meeting. The basis of representation will be one delegate at large from each State having one or more Local Unions, also one delegate for each twenty-five hundred mem- Organizers Wanted. I want 25 good organizers for the Farmers Educational and Co-Operative Union of America to help organize the State of Ind- iana. Any one wishing a good paying business can send in their application at once for com- mission and contract. Come on brothers, I need vour help. S. W. T. MAIITIN....

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

/ THE WOMAN'S HELP IN DAIRYING AND FARMING BY MRS L. A. REEVES, Raymond, MUs. To The Co-Operator: To some this may seem a very insignificant part of the work in the borne field of labor, but were it all left undone there would be quite a contrast in the demands on the cotton crop, usually con- sidered the work and income of the bead of the family. I am not going to speak of mon- ey made by tbe woman but mon- ey saved by her labor. If eyerytbing along tbe line of dairy and garden produce had to be bought, if it were a nickel everytime you used a glass of pure unadulterated milk, and everything we have on a farm at little or no cost in actual cost, there would not be so much con- sumed. Did you eyer stop and consider what the cost would be? If instead of supplying our fami- ly we should sell everything at market price. Now suppose a family of eight or ten bought all their milk and butter, do you sup- pose the little ones could pass their glass back to be refilled so often? Hardly, for...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

O. P. PYLK. Editor ami Proprietor. faMtobed Once a Wawk at Mlneola, Ten tehm* or •rbamiption. <>oc Dollar a rear, to advance. tatorwl at Poat Office Mlneula. Tamaa, awond-claa* mail matter Advertising rate* will be furnished on ap- plication (WINBO LA, TEXAS. AUGUST 1, lBOfl. The Hob* to the hop* of thepiatlon. When HWy faxallj own a home free from aort- . the* Indeed, will we hare a proapaeoaa ■try. To own a horn* ta k 1*U M*J l OWN to himself, his family aad hto ■try. SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Opcrator subscriptions are ilsruatlniirit when the time for which th«y arc paid expire*. IfanX appears More your name you may know that your aubaciiptloa will expire with the ■ut Issue. You caa not afford to miss a flo(lc Issue. Be sure to renew In time. It is an evolution, ward and upward. Ever on- Every reader likes the increas- ed size of Co Operator. What a great thing it will be to have a perfect understanding. Indeed, we are our brother's keeper. Help and receive help in return. Co ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

THE MOST IMPROVED METHODS OF BALING COTTON A Lecture Delivered By Eugene Williams of Waco, Tex- as, Before the Farmers Union Cotton School at Dallas, Texas, July \ 9. 1906. It was my honor to address the1 first State Convention of the Far- j mers' Union, which was held at Ft. Worth, August 9, 1904, on the subject of warehousing cot- ton. The privilege of addressing the Cotton School of the Farmers' Union on the subject of "Improv- ed methods of baling cotton" is appreciated most sincerely. The cotton warehouse of the future will be the heart of every com- munity through which will pul- sate its financial life blood, as the roadways through the gin plant to the warehouse and rail- ways and ocean-going vessels from the warehouse to the spin- ner will be the veins and arteries through which this life blood will ebb and flow, giving vigor, strength and activitv to the coun- try at large. The warehouse work is well done. Let us turn to the work of the gin house. The baling of cotton is a...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

V 'V t' PARrtERS' UNION BUREAU OP INPORI1ATION. Conducted by the Houth Carolina Fknim' Educutlonal mid Co-Operative Cftioa. Bp-Communications Intended (or tola Inartmeul ahould be addressed to J. C. MllbHui, I'endleton. H. C. STATE KAHMEKS union will meet AT CLEMSON. By request I hereby call a bus* jneas meeting of the South Caro* Km Farmers Educational and Go-Operative Union to meet at Clem son College Wednesday the 8th of August, for the purpose of considering any business of interest to the State Union. Each county is entitled to one delegate for the county and one additional delegate for each 200 members or fraction thereof. O: P. Goodwin, President of South Carolina Farmers Union. * • • State President O P. Goodwin and State Organizer Mahaffey of South Carolina Union, we are in- formed, bad a rousing meeting in the county near Greenwood last week, where they organized alocalwith24 members on the first call. This Greenwood meeting sounds like the farmers are in it and ready to l...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

DR. J. H. TERRILL. MEN WHO SUFFER WITH varicocele. stricture, con- tagious blood poison. lost manhood. seminal emissions. nerv<0-vital debility, epi- lepsy. hydrocele. catarrh. piles and all chronic diseas- es of the stomach. kidneys, bladder and prostate gland Are Quickly Cured by Dr. Terrill. Dr. Terrlll'H aim bait always been to tflve men the best treatment at moderate ccmt and thin alone 1* the key-note ol hlti reuiurkable nucceiM. The dlHeaHt'H mentioned above are wafel.v and quickly cured by l)r. Terrill In one-halt the time uttually required by tuner forum oi treatment and he (five* to every patient a written. l"itnl guarantee of punitive and permanent revults. An honeet liiveetlj?atlon among the leading bank*, commercial amende* and bunlneHH men of Dalian will convince any Heimlble mau that Dr. Terrlll'H honenty and Integrity are beyond reproach and that he 1h ab- wolutely reliable In every renpect. InveHtlKate for yourself. If you cannot call upon Dr. Terrill lo person, ...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 1 August 1906

f THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. \ column dedlrated t< tired mothers as they Join the home circle at eveuluK tide. WXrWm valuable lessons. We have in our community a number of boys and men whose names could be written on the lazy list without doing them an injustice. Solomon was some- thing of a naturalist in connec- tion with his many other accom- plishments. Being also of a prac tical cast of mind he was able to turn his knowledge to good ad- vantage. In the commonplace things of life he found many valuable lessons for man. In the diminutive ant he discovered hab- its of life which put to shame the slothful, and so when he beheld the human curbstone ornaments, and the fellows who loved to sit upon dry goods boxes of his day, he said: "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways and be wise. "Which having no guide, over- seer, or ruler, "Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest." If industry is a virtue, laziness may consistently be treated as a crime...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

a D D D Vol. 2. MINEOLA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, AUG UST 8, 1900. <gra 9* No. 31 STORAGE OF COTTON CAPT. D. E. GROVE DECLARES THE WAREHOUSE PROPOS. ITION TO BE AN AT. TRACT1TE ONE. SUCCESS AT OTHER PLACES Says Such Enterprises Have Been Profitable and of Benefit to all Concerned. Unusual interest has been aroused in the proposition to con- struct in Dallas a large ware- house for the concentration of cotton. It seems that the move- ment will be successful and the announce has been made that a sufficient sum will be raised. In discussing the matter yesterday Capt. E. D. Grove said: "The statement regarding the warehouse movement which ap- peared in the News yesterday was hardly broad enough, or rather did not quite express all the features of an up-to-date cotton warehouse. It has already proven a financial success and a dividend paying proposition east of the Mississippi River until they have them costing $250,000 and Memphis is now building one which will cost $500,000, because the sm...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

CALL FOR NATIONAL MEETING B to the Members ol llie Farmer'# Education, al ami Co-Operative I'nlon of America; The National Executive Com- mittee has requested that a call be Issued for a delegated meeting of the Farmers Educational and Co- operative Union of America, to beheld in Texarkana, Tex., Sept. 6, 6, 7 and 8th, 1906. You are hereby called to meet at the above time and place as selected by the committee, for the purpose of electing officers and attend to any other business that may be brought before the meeting. The basis of representation will be one delegate at large from each State having one or more Local Unions, also one delegate for each twenty-five hundred mem- bers or majority fraction thereof. In determining the number of delegates each State is to elect none but members in good stand- ing, should be counted. We ask the State officials of each State to take up the matter of rates with the Chairman of the Passenger Association in their re- spective States; the State O...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. A column dedicated to tired mother* m they Join the home circle at evening tide. Untidness is something that every girl should beware of. Her personal appearance is ruin- ed by it, her chances of success are diminished by it; and often* times home life is made almost intolerable by the presence of one untidy person. * * * It does not take wealth to create a home, neither does it take riches to make a girl good to look at, but it takes that in- describable charm of neatness. It is virtue, and if a girl possess it to a high degree she can sur- pass many a girl of wealth in style and appearance, and that too, on a small income. Every fastidious woman loves daintv things, but unless she knows how to take care ot them they will not look so long. * * * Have we not all met the gen- tle, kindly, good natured woman, who takes life serenely and sim- ply, who reaches out after hap- piness wherever it may be found and does all she can to make others happy? Often she is c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

«\ r rn.K. w*c-T rw >lw* ft ** M M Tm " v v AT imivirDm .■> « IVdlfcT ft *•«« l«i n/!v«.nf«. IHvoC ftt T'nol - TUftft ft •urnit/l-clMt n>ft1 m nw . ttrinwi,( nu II. h fu-t.h>h(*: Oft ftp- THK LOUISIANA STATE MEETING. The 1 jouiftifirft Stjat-o Farmers Union m session t Ale van dn on .1 uly 81st and August 1st . n Presjdort L N Home* pre s dinc. and SwrPUryJ, ^ Key ett 1 his desk. Muoh good work j ftiT t he orgummtion w as done, j Per feet lurmony prevailed throughout. Steps were taken greatest crop on record. The crop is tine in all the States and «re must look at the facts just as ihey are We have certainly raised that extra blade this year. Shall vre permit ourselves to be- come poorer because we have pr<tduced in abundance? Shall we permit the speculator to get in his work and turn our seem- ing prosperity into a great ca- 10 build a central warehouse and lainity or shall we be men and de- «IX"r<OUA_ TV.XXK *r«u ST s TV H.MM • M> >CJ «l ttO U« . WW HB) hai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

THE HEROES OF THE PLOW. For ages the changes have been rung on those who have been greatest in carnage and in war— those who have been swift to shed blood, and for ages the geatest hero has been he who could destroy the most lives and most property in the shortest space of time. Nap< I eon, the heighth of whose ambition was to bring the earth under his sway, and who sacrificed thous- ands of lives and countless mill- ions of treasure to that insane ambition, is held up to us in song and story as a mighty hero, and the whole theme of heroism in history is one of blood. In our time things are shifted to the so-called "captains of in- dustry" and he who has succeed- ed in wresting the greatest amount of profit from the labor- er's brow, and laying up the greatest number of millions of sordid wealth, is held up to our young men as the hero whose ex- ample they should follow. The slaves who have toiled and sweat- ed and starved to make this wealth possible, are lost sight of, and only...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

1 ' HI i i | 1 1 % a i ? c I s i I ■v \ I FARMERS' UNION BUREAU OP INPORnATION. ConilucM by tl f Houtli ' aroilna Fanners' Educational and Co-Operutlve ^Communications Intended lor thin Ospartment should be addressed to J. BtribllnK. Pendleton. H. C. NOTICE. For good reasons National President R. F. Duckworth, of tbe Earmer's Union, has called off the prioe-making meetjpg in Atlanta called for August 2nd. Said meeting to be called to com- mence in Texarkana, Arkansas, &th of September. • j. * * DECKPTIVK GROWTH OK COTTON STALK. From every quarter comes re- ports of the over growth of cot- ton stalks which experts know that this extraordinary large supply over production of stalk has been made at the expense of tbe fruiting possibilities of the land. Therefore the flattering show of large stalks in some ter- ritories is very deceptive and say lead many to over-estimate their crops. It is not stalks with forms 12 inches apart that CROP LIARS AND COTTON REPORT LEAKS. All along we h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

DR. J. H. TERRILL. MAHTKIt HPEC'IAI.IHT The Only Honest Treatment For Men Ih tli<* kind that Ih bfluK otfereil bv Dr. Terrlll, llaUai' Reliable S|iwliilUt. When you imv your money lor a cure you un- entitled to It, ami you Hhoulil Ket It. If you do not K>'l a cure you are the loner ami you have valued nothing but experi- ence. But experience Mich a* t bin I* not only very expeuxlve, but It* wholly uii- ueceanary. So tlrnl Hat Ik y voii'mcII hn to the Special.hI'm hotiHHty ami reliability b elore placing your cane In lilx hamlx lor treu'uieut. vu liiveMtlKatlou can eiiMlly be miiile, uml Itr. Terrlll awk* that you Imiulre of the le nlihir liaakH. Commercial AKeliclen uml KuhIiukh Men of Dalian an to IiIh lirofeHMloual HtamliiiK and reputtt- tlou. You can consult Dr. Terrlll KKKE OK CI1AKUE ami lie will gladly explain to you the dlxtinctlve featurex of IiIh treatment aud wherein IiIh niethodn dif- fer from thorn- of other Specially. He will hIiow you the advautaKeN gained i,v ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 8 August 1906

I. w I - r m J i ■L II It f tf j fi !i > i V y p § '' ji P. JI ■ ¥ i i' Curb the Jute Trust. By the arbitrary action of the American Jute Hagging Trust the price of jute bagging is 3 cents a yard higher than it was one yt'ar ago. Not only is this true of t ew bagging, but piece bagging, as well, has ad vane,ed in price, thanks to our friends the cotton factories. Is this a coincidence, or does it show con- cert of action and some sort of understanding between the Jute Trust and the mills? The price of ties, whole and pieced, has likewise advanced in price. The advanced price of these two com Business Plan. I inserted in the said charter that Union, and to realize that it is a child of necessity and the farm- j The following business plan no stockholder, no matter how er's friend. The farmers are has been adopted by the Advis many shares he may own in said readily enlisting under the ban>|0ry Board of lj local lodges of warehouse, is to have more than ner of the Farmers' Educat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

W'./A£.KV i \ ■ -- m,>n\ i iV; /i/" u\u * '\ \. ',«• □ D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1900. MINEOLA, Vol. 2. TEXAS. No. 82 TEXAS STATE FARMERS' UNION The Fourth Annual Session Held at Dallas, Texas. Many delegates and a large number of visitors attended the fourth annual meeting of the Texas Farmers' Union, in Dallas. President Calvin called the meet- ing together at the Commercial dub rooms Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Welcoming exercises were conducted, with the Mayor to deliver the address and Vice- President J. A. Wheeler for the response. Preliminary commit- tees were named and several short addresses were heard. Re- ports of crop conditions were made while the body awaited the report of the credentials commit- tee. Then the session became executive. Morning, afternoon and night sessions were held. Harmony prevailed throughout. Mayor Curtis Smith, in wel- coming the visitors, declared that he felt that he was extending the courtesies of the greatest city in the State to the most ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

L J 5 ARKANSAS STATE FARMERS UNION. ANNUAL SESSION HELD AT LITTLE ROCK. PRESIDENTS' REPORT. Speaks of Work During tho Year And Olvoo Suggestions Re- garding the Course to be Pursued. Brethren of the F. E. A C. U. of America: By the grace of God, wear* attain permitted to aaaemble oar selves at onr State capitol in the capacity of a State Union for the tranaaction of the huaineaa of the grandest organisation ever instituted by man. I hope, broth* ren, that we have met with love in onr hearts for one another, aympathy for the toiling millions of oar race, charity for all man- kind and asking the guidance and blessings of our Heavenly Father to be with our committee and this Union in the transac- tion of all business that may come before us. Doubtless there will be various opinions on the different sub- jects which will arise for our consideration, but let these dif- ferences be discussed with char- ity and brotherly love so that no member may leave this hall with malice or ill will in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

Weak Men AreQuicklj Cured My Or TfrrlH' ■ twentieth centurjr treat- ment lie hr-i ' enuuent lor the Special ami I'elvlc i>l«ei «ie peculiar to the Male Se* i lie liu'l tlilit l r. Terrlll la dally our- liiK illiieUHe* which have •ueceniilully re«- liteil th4 combined efforts of other Spec- lallatM and Physicians reflects moat blnh- ly on hla remarkable •kill and ability and the meritorious teat urea ot hla modern methoda ol treatment. Or. Terrlll a hon eaty and Integrity are beyond reproach and U promises made by him are fulfill- ed. If you are an afflicted man, call upon htm TODAY or write him In regard to your trouble. Hla expert opinion and advice will be given you free of charge and he will expTalu to you why lie cau af- . , ford ta give you a written; legal guaran- DR, «l. M. TlnnlLL. tee of a positive cure. Dr. Tsrtfll Charges Nothing for Hla Sarvlcw Until a Cum la BHactad. Ha Cutt. «o Sur Cured. Stricture, Varicocele, Cutagiou Mw4 Poison Last Raiinst Sen- iaal Eaisskas, Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

'J i ( O. P. PYLK. Editor and Proprietor. riMliktd One* Week M tllnroU. Tetaa TMHI Or ■UBeCBlHTION. One Dollar t rear. In advance. at Poet Office lltneola. Texas. Mcond-elaae mall matter. ilTtrtti)D| rate* will be furnliihed on ap- OB. MOIIOU. TEXAS. AUGUST IS 190« The Bom* to the hope of the Natloo. When family owaa a home free from mort- thea Indeed, will we have a prosperous try. To owa a home to a duty every oww to himself, his family and his toy. SPECIAL NOTICE! All Co-Operator subscriptions are dlKoallaued when th« time for which Ifety are paid expires. If an X appears before your name you may know that yafir subscription will expire with the Mot Issue. You can not afford to ■Use a single Issue. Be sure to renew la time. Let's make it 100 000. Now, let us get down to busi- ness. If all will be builders, the work will soon be done. All for the shore the same shore. and all for Yes, indeed. We are all now nulling for the same shore. The politician is routed, will stay on the mai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The National Co-Operator — 15 August 1906

LOUISIANA STATE FARIEBS' UNION Met at Alexandria on July 31 1906. The Louisiana Division of the F. E. & C. of A. met at Alexan- dria, on July 31. Just at half after ten o'clock Tuesday morning, President Hol- mes called the convention to or- der. All the officers were pres- ent. The address of welcome waa delivered by the mayor, which was responded to by J. W. Boyett, State Secretary. 0. P. Pyle, Hardy Dial and N. C. Murry, of Texas, were there, and all of them addressed the con- vention while the Committee on credentials were at work. There were twenty-nine parishes rep- resented by ninety-four delega- tes. The following committees were appointed: Committee on Constitution; A. A. Blink, of St. Tamany, chirman: Committee on Education, J. W. Marton, of Lincoln, chairman: Committee on Warehouses, S. S. Tatum, of Claborne, chairman: Committee on Statistics, W. A. Daws, of Jackson, chairman: Committee on good of the Order, J. W. Dawkins, of Union, chairman. Chairman Committee oh Co-...

Publication Title: National Co-Operator, The
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