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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

m hi WITH UNITED M n i t Outhem Mercury Established 1880. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May l( 1905. Vol. XXV. No. 28 Dallas, Texas. Thursday, July 13. 1905 $1.00 Per Annum r I i.j— li i I m- REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boy-> at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. DALLAS COUNTY MEETING. Dallas County Union met In regular Session at Lisbon, July 6. President Geo. W. Neely occupied the modera- tor's chair and W. A. Shaw was made secretary pro tern, the secretary being absent. After the Union was called to order an address of welcome was made by Bro. T. H. Lang, which' was responded to In appropriate words by the presi- dent of the Union. These preliminaries being over, with the characteristic promptness the Union proceeded to tho dispatch of business by the appoint- ment of a committee on credentials consisting of Bros. W. M. C. Hill, Mil- ton Park and S. M. Andrews. Recess of twenty ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

SOUTHERN MEItCUBY ATD FARMERS TTNTIONT PASSWORD. EH RAILROAD MAGNATE TO GROW FLOWERS Coltnel E. H. R. Green hns Just pur- thased through the real estate firm of Irvine & Huffman a tract containing something over twenty-one acres of land on the Kaufman road, one and ft half miles east of the fair grounds, iftnd is now engaged in the preliminary work of establishing one of tho largest floriculture plants In the south. The purchase price paid for the land was <250 per acre. It is the intention of Colonel Green to make his home on the place, and an architect has already drawn plans for ■i handsome $7,000 residence, the archi- tecture of which will be after the Col- onial styles. The place will be_ pro- vided with every modern convenience, and a telephone line has already been constructed from the flower farm to the business office of Colonel Green at Ter- rell, thirty-two miles east of Dallas. The new residence of Colonel Green is to set back quite a distance from the road at the...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury United With The Farmers Union Password
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

... ■■ ■ SOUTHERN MEltCUBY ANT) FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ■i • ' ffli -J fa « I v |W'. i-- I' . I I; -*~ r > S SCANDAL IN DEPARTMENT Secretary Wilson Files Papers With Attorney General. Washington. July 11—Secretary Wilson today turned over to the At- torney neneral papers In connection irtth the cotton leak investigation. It fs intimated that this was done with the expectation that the prosecution Of several persons mentioned in the report of the secret service officers Will follow. Waiting for Developments. Washington. July 11.—Unless there •re new developments in connection with the cotton leak investigation Sec- retary Wilson said today, he proposed tp stand on the reDOft of the secret eervice oficers. He expected, how- ever. th.it the ii?vest!«ration would Kive rise to various rumors and stories of irremilarlties in connection with the departments reports on other uro- ducts. but that where there was the riiirhtest tangible evidence to work on he declared he would eo to the bo...

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 — 13 July 1905

if- SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. B t / United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday Fanners Union Publishing Co. by the One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 50 cents. Entered at the Dallns, Texan, postof- fice as ir.ail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. (corner Lamar, Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- Questing a change of address must give the OLD as well as the NliW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc., payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. .DALLAS TEXAS. What Is your Idea in regard to cotton warehouses? Give lis your Idea of the best plan to build up the F. E. anil C. U. of A. The attitude of the Mercury-Pass- v/ord is being endorsed pretty much all along the line. Are you sorry that you marketed ("lowly and held some of your cotton until now? "Don't all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

. -r ;? ->• i >- SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. COHON CONTINUES TO MOUNT SKYWARD SENSATIONAL ADVANCE OF FLEECY STAPLE IN ALL MARKETS. Gain of Two Dollars Per Bale is Noted in New York Market—Phe- nomenal Rise Due to the Wilson Investigation and the Heavy Rains Throughout the Cotton Section. Orleans. July 10.—With prices b oundinpr upward thore was an excited opening of the cotton market here today. Quotations coins: beyond 11 cents for active positions. Immediately after the opening the advatVe ran as hich as 63 points. October selling at 11.32. Various causes contributed to the advance, the chief factor, however, being the exceedingly bullish weather reports. Heavy tains and floods were reported from sections of the cotton belt. There was also a bcjief in the minds of brokers that if the result of the investi- gations of the scandal in the bureau of statistics of the government indicated anything the bad state of the crop had been concealed. In view of the Wilso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

SOUTHERN MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. GREAT OVATION TO THOS. W. LAWSON l Forest Park. Ottawa, Kan. July 8.— A heavy raJn storm that fell with ter- rific force upon the roof of the Ottawa Chautauqua assembly tabernacle this afternoon drowned out the voice of Thos. W. Ivi wson and compelled the ■peaker to stop. Fulfilling the promise made this mornlnur that he would "tell the story to the West If It takes until Sunday.' Mr. lawson declared that he would continue to speak tonight. He bad already spoken two hours. Mr. Ijawson paused when the storm came up and the audience san* "Amer- ica." It developed later .however, that It would be Impossible to continue the speech for somo time. An audience of 10.000 nrreeted Mr lawson with wild cheers and the chautauaua salute of waving handker- chiefs was given when he ap- peared on the platform at 2 p. ni. He was Introduced by, Mr. Rldgewav. publisher of the maga- zine In which Lawson's articles have recently appeared, who declared that Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

t ; s 5 I I I I 1 1 - ... - - ■ ' — Cwo Centuries and a Ralf of jfewisb Hmericans The: three-quarters of a million Hebrews of Greater New York and vicinity, together with the slightly smaller num- ber of their kinsfolk In other parts of the United States, are now actively preparing to celebrate the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of their com- ing to the country. It has been decid- ed to arrange a monster demonstration for next Thanksgiving day, and every person of Jewish origin In the republic will be Invited to take part In It. De- tails of the evenfr are still under active discussion, but It has already been de- cided that one of the features of the day will be the simultaneous holding of .religious services in every synagogue in the land. It has also been determined that some great and appropriate na- tional memorial perpetuating the grati- tude of the Jewish people to the Ameri- can republic shall be erected. The precise form which this sub- stantial acknowledgment will as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 13 July 1905

■ - f. / fiOTTTTIERX MERCUltY -VTD FARMERS UXIOK PASSWORD. MILK AND ITS INSPECTION By Charles L. Martin. Having noticed mention in the Tlmiv- Hera'.d that the city charter as amend- ed by the last legislature provides for the appointment of a food inspector, I Investigated and ascertained that such, to a limited extent, was true. Through the courtesy of City Attorney James J. Collins, 1 was permitted to copy said amendment, as follows: "Section 105a. The city council shall have power to provide for the Inspec- tion of dairies, Inside and outside of the city limits, doing business within the city and charge and provide license fees for inspection; to establish and maintain a standard of the quality of milk sold in the city and provide for penalties for the violation thereof." The authority given In this amend- ment to go outside the city to Inspect dairies and milk Is the saving clause of the entire amendment and niak -s it really of worth to the people of the city, if Its authority ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

> T % UNITED WITH M 0 I Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May ly 1900. Vol. XXV. No. 29 Dallas. Texas, Thursday, July 2<>, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum REPORTS FROM THE UNIONS. Condensed Notes of Union Work. The Boy* at the Forks of The Creek Heard From. Big Farmers' Union encampment at Culphur Springs, Aug. 22 to 25. Rockwall County Union meets in call session July 22 to consider the ware- bouse question. Secretary S. H. Carter reports excel- lent attendance at the recent session of Bains County Union. The Confederate Reunion called at Lone Oak for July 13, 14 has been post- poned until Aug. 10-11 on account .of bad weather. P. O. Carter, Celeste, Tex. Wylle Local, 45 strong, says: "Away •with the Fort Worth amendment. We Bland by the Mineola instrument." M. E. Wood, secretary, Wylle, Tex. Farmers' Union district meeting and barbecue at Mt. Horeb, Texas, tomor- row. Speeches by W. L....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

i?V 2 60UTHERN MEBCUBV A\D FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. HOW THE BODY WAS FOUND Gen. Porter Tells of Exhuming Remains. New York, July 14.—Gen. Horace Porter, retiring: ambassador to France, who has arrived here after an absence of eight years abroad, discussing the finding of John Paul Jones as the re- sult of a search lasting several years, eaid: "At last the excavations brought lo light Ave leaden coffins. Four had plates Identifying the ' bodies within, and the fifth, of far better construc- tion, had none. By the process of elim- ination we decided it must contain the body of the distinguished naval hero. When, in the presence of anthropolo- and secretly to Identify the negro rap- tured at Cameron, but officers here think the right man was captured. The mob aiong the Sup railway below Waco has been tapping wires and trying ev- ery way to get Information about the operations of officers, and some officers could nor work because they were followed by parties wanting to get at (lie negro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

I SOUTUKHfl AlEHC'UHY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWOBO. \ STATE CAPITAL IS AROUSED /he Sheriff of McLennan Talks of Major's Crime. .'Austin, Tex., July 15.—Sheriff Geo. W. Tilley of McLennan county was here today and declared positively that "the negro who was reported as lynched In the vicinity of Golindo, is not the one who committed the criminal as- sault on Mrs. Benjamin Roberts last Wednesday. Sheriff Tilley said that the negro who committed the assault was still at large, and it is the general belief that he is headed this way, and a close, watch is being made for him. The negro who is reported to have been lynched, according to Sheriff Til- ley, is one who assisted the black flend In making his escape. Sheriff Tilley left the city tonight. It is believed that it will not be long before the trullty negro Is captured, und In the event that he is, all possible caution will be taken to keep him from the .mob. So the matter will be kept quiet until he is safely landed behind the bars. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

MJU lilttJIM MJJiu;ottX AND FAKMKK8 UN [OX PASSWOHtr. United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday Farmers Union Publishing Co. by the One Dollar per year. In advance. Half year. 50 cents. .Entered at the Dallas. Texas, postof- flce as n-.ail matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-21r. Commerce St. (comer Lamar. Gaston Build'ng), Dal- las. Texas CHanye of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of address must give the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communications, and make all drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. vester company by Rodney n. Swift. a stock holder and former heud of the experimental department of the Mc- Cormlck branch of the harvester trust. Swift alleges that since Sept. 30, 1902, certain railway companies have been grunting rebates to the harvester coin- trust. The totai rebates paid amount- ing to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

4* -•V I I BUU iiliaUM MJjaiCUKl'AND FAHMEKS UNION PASSWORD. TEXAS CROP CONDITIONS Weekly Bulletin Issued by the Government. Galveston, Tex., July 19.—Following Is the government Texas crop bulle- tin for the week ending last night: The weather was cool early in the week, but it was warm during the latter part. Over the greater portion of the state no rain whatever fell dur- ing the week, but toward the eml of the week scattered showers fell in the northeastern, western and extreme southern portions. The weather was general?" favorable for crops, though the cool days early in the week were not advantageous. There was some delay in the cultivation of crops during the early part of the week, due to the soil being wet from the previous rains. The rains caused delay In threshing also, During the latter part of the week, however, threshing was in progress, and rapid progress was made In clear- ing crops of grass and weeds. In a few localities, which escaped the previous rains, rain Is no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

BOUTHEKW MJSKCUK* AMD FAKMEHS UNION PASSWOBDL PfiiCnCAL CO-OPERATIVE RURAL TELE- PHONE 8Y8TEM. A farmer's telephone system, com- Kislng several thousand telephones In lelf, and giving free connection with more than as many more, and long dis- tance connections with all parts of the United States, all for a first cost of |25 and an after annual expenditure of less than $5, Is what the farmers of Rockingham county, Virginia, have, and in order that other communities may have the benefit of this most suc- cessful experiment with the mutual Idea as applied to telephones, I wish to write of it briefly, detailing its his- tory and development at as great length as space will allow. Back In the middle nineties a Joint stock telephone company operated In this county, and dominated the situa- tion. The rates were so high that com- paratively few farmers had telephones. By and by the farmers of the Dale then made. Including a small amount of new stock which had been paid in, was a capital of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

■ii i<li' iillHliMtlMH>sSM m I m I i r * >' Up to Data. "Does the villain bite the dust be- fore the last chap- ter?" "No, be U a sci- entific char, and he knows that the dust la full of mi- crobes." Her Little Joke. "Woman has no sense of humor." ("Ever eat any of my wife's hash?" ©= OT' i =® 'y. k_t GROWING WEARY. Information Wanted. Physician—Your wife is ailing with a peculiar throat trouble. Slio must talk as little as possible. Husband—I say, doctor, is tliero any possible hope of its becoming chronic? <s> J I y M OK 80 f 'tUrly. Tom She 1(111 never be satisfied until she has the world at her feet Bess—Goodness knows, they are large enough, so that no one would be crowded. Business Head. "He Is coins to | marry the cook." "He always was I a master hand to | save money." & One Kind. "Pa, what is a community of in- terests?" "I don't quite know, but a com- munity of Inter- est is one that is composed largely of beautiful, weal- thy and unmarried ladles." LITER...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 20 July 1905

SOUTHEJIN MEttCUTtY AND FARMERS UNION" PASSWORD. ■ PRESIDENT USES STRONG LANGUAGE Oyster Bay, July 10.—In character- istically decisive fashion the president has dealt with the cotton report scan- dal in the department of agriculture. He asserts in correspondence made public here this afternoon that the men responsible for the leaks in the cotton report are worse scoundrels than if they had stolen money from the government. The president has directed the de- partment of justice to make an inves- tigation of the scandal, entirely Inde- pendent of that made by the depart- ment of agriculture. Solicitor General Hoyt is now conducting tin* inquiry with a view to Instituting criminal proceedings against those responsible for the leaks. President Roosevelt has taken the matter up personally with Attorney i General Moody, eopies of the following letters being made public this evening I'.v dir<<:ion of the president: "Oyster Hay, X. Y.. July I-, 1005.— Jly Dear Mr. Moody: 1 earnestly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

sr. % s. li a v\ "UNITED WITH UNION PA Southern Mercury Established I88O. Farmers Union Password Established 1903. Southern Mercury and Farmers Union Password Consolidated May 4, 1905. Vol. XXV. No. 30 Dallas, Texas, Thursday, July '27, 1905 $1.00 Per Annum INDIAH0MA STATE INIOn. Proceedings of First Annual Session. Old Of- ficers Reelected. Amendments and Resolutions. The first annual session of the In- dlahoma State Union held at Tisho- mingo, I. T., July 18-21, was a mag- nificent affair in many ways, yet it ■was not so stupendous nor impressive In certain features as had been antici- pated by the citizens of Tishomingo and the committee on arrangements. The attendance fell short a thousand people of the number prepared for, and the very elaborate programme ar- ranged by the committee was not car- ried out. However, there were fully 800 delegates and as many visitors. The citizens had erected a big tent, with seats enough to accommodate 1600 people, about one mile from the postof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORi IS THE UNION A TRUST The Buzz-Saw says: "Thousands of farmers are joining the Farmers' Un- ion. It Is high time that something of this kind was being done. Every other Class of toilers, as well as despollers, la •rganized. The farmer Is considered to be the legitimate prey of the Industrial parasites. When he buys he usually floes so at a price made by some one else. When he sells he must take what Is offered him or haul his stuff home ind let It rot. One or two farmers can't "bull the market," and if they grumble it the price they are only laughed ut. But when they are united and act to- gether they are "some pumpkins," and ■on't you forget it. If ther farmerB are trganized there Is no reason why they ihould not receive 10 to 15 cents a pound for their cotton, and $1.00 to fl.25 for their wheat, and other pro- tects in proportion. By organization the farmers can practically eliminate the speculator in agricultural products. They can sell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

SOUTHERN' METtOURY AXP FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. ,/ * H A' . 1' NEW MEN WILL COMPILE FIGURES Washington, July 21.—Secretary WITfeon today made public the. names of four men who comprise the statistical board which under the direction cf Assistant Secretary Hayes, will prepare estimates of the cotton acreage and yields, as well as statistics of other crops. The board will be composed of Victor Olmstead, present associate statistician of the bureau of statistics; S. D. Fessenden, assistant statistician; George K. Holmes, chief of division of foreign markets and W. W. Long, recently resigned as assistant statistic- Ian. I WOMEN IN COUNCIL fciyftiV'l'f*T|VV['e* House of Commons Votes Against Cabinet. London, July 21.—The government was defeated in the house of commons last night, by a majority of three, on a motion to reduce the membership of the Irish land commission. On the announcement of the vote a scene of the greatest excitement was produced by the liberals and the Irish members yel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southern Mercury United with the Farmers Union Password — 27 July 1905

SOUTHERN" MERCURY AND FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. f United with the FARMERS UNION PASSWORD. Weekly. MILTON PARK, MANAGER. Published every Thursday by tho Fanners Union Publishing Co. One Dollar per year. In advance, llalf year, 50 cent*. Entered at the Dallas, Texas, postof- llce as n;all matter of the second class. Main Office: 213-215 Commerce St. {corner Lamar, Gaston Building). Dal- las. Texas Change of Address—Subscribers re- questing a change of addreKS must Rive the OLD as well as the NEW address. Advertising rates furnished upon ap- plication. Address all communication*, and make nil drafts, money orders, etc.. payable to the FARMERS UNION PUBLISHING CO.. DALLAS TEXAS. Your paper stops when your time •xpires. Look at your label, and re- new promptly, so as not to lose an issue. We take pleasure in correcting any •ltd all errors—don't fail to give full particulars, dates, amounts, etc., when making a complaint. Write names plainly. This will reduce mistakes to the minimum. Our ag...

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