The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1894 Page: 13 of 16
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MAY 31, 1894.
TO OOUWTY IECRETARIES,
fiend notice of your nest county meet-
ing at once, so that the brethren may
have ample time to prepare for it.
DUTHIGT ALLIANCE MEETINGS.
Fifth Cong. District Alliance at
Gainesville, May 8. Full representa-
tion from every county in the distriot
is very important. C. B. Newton,sec.,
Sixth Cong. Distriot Alliance at Av-
alon, Ellis county, July 25. Hacks will
meet delegates coming by the M. K. &
T. at Italy. R. E. Vost, Secy, Iredell,
Eleventh Cong. District Alliance at
Runge, July 26. C. A. Cone, Pres.,
Floresville; J. M. Haley, Secy, Edna.
Twelfth District Allianoe will meet
in Fredericksburg, May 4th. Every
county Alliance in the twelfth district
is urged to send two delegates without
fail. Matters of vital importance will
be discussed and acted upon. Jno. W
Baker, Organizer. Lone Grove, Texas.
COUNTY ALIJAMOS MEETINGS.
Angelina county at Homer, July 6-7.
S. J. Havard, Secy, Homer.
Atascosa county with Sand Branch
Alliance near Anchorage July 20-21.—
E. M. James, Sec'y., Bigfoot, Texas
Bastrop county with Mt. Pleasant
Alliance near Elgin, July 3. Convey-
ance will meet delegates at Elgin.—
Miss DoraBozeman, Sec.,Elgin,Texas.
Bosque county with spring Creek
Alliance, July 11, seven miles west o
eridian.—J. D. Helton, Sec'y, Valley
Bowie county with Sand Hill, July
13, J. A. Wiley, Secy, New Boston.
Burnet county with Jennings School-
house, April 27. S. A. Word, Secy,
Cherokee county at Mount Zion, July
3,1894.—R. O. Collier, Sec., Troupe,
Coke county, with Union Alliance, at
Bronte, July 24.—B. P. Byrne, Secy,
Collin county with Altoga Alliance
7 miles ebst of McKinney, July 18.—
Miss Leola Spivey, Secy, Piano.
Cook county with Oak Hill, 7 miles
nortnwest of Pilot Point, July 12. C.
Goddard, Secy, Bloomfield.
Dallas county with Duncanville Al-
liance July 5.—J. S. McCulloch, Secre-
tary. P. O. Box 328, Dallas, Texas.
Erath county at Huckaby, July 11.
Isaac Pipes, Secy, Huckaby.
Fannin county at Orangeville,Texas,
July 5.—J. W. Benton, Sec'y., Bon-
Fort Bead county at Sojourner creek
field July 4.—L.F. Masterson, Sec.,
Goliad county, with Goliad Alliance,
July 13.—W.L.Franklin, Secy, Wee-
Grayson county with Progress Alli-
ance, July 26.—L. B. Edwards Sec'y.
Hill county with Richland Alliance,
15 miles east of Hillsboro, July 12, D.
C. Wormel, Sec'y, Hillsboro, Tex.
Hopkins county with Martin Springs
Alliance, July 3-4. — W. M. Glenn,
Sec'y., Tazewell, Tex.
Jasper county with Clear Creek Al-
liance July 10.—J. T. Howell, Howell,
Kaufman county July 5-6, with Post
Oak Bend. S. D. Mooberry, secy, Law
Kendall County Alii anee"* will meet
wi h Lindendale Alliance at the
school house on July 7, 1894.—J. A.
Liberty county a t Union School house,
July 21st,7 miles north of Liberty.—
F. H. Key, Secy, Ray wood, Tex
Nacogdoches county, with Flower
Mount Allianoe, 15 miles north west of
Nacogdoches. R. E. M'Kewen, Sec'y
Navarro oounty with Little Briar
Allianoe, July 5-6.—Miss Flora Love,
Sec'y., Corsicana, Tex.
Palo Pinto county with Sulphur
Springs, 3 miles north of Mineral
Wells, July 6. G. F. Scott, Secy, Gor-
Polk county with Menard, 20 miles
southwest of Livingston, July 5-6. W.
H. Matthews, Secy, Leggett.
Rockwall county at Rockwall July
6.—T. K. Bickley, Secretary, Rock-
San Augustine oounty July 4. W. T.
Thomas, Secy, San Augustine.
Smith county with White House,
July 12. Philip Horton, Secy, Omen.
Upshur county with Willow Gap Al-
liance, 12 miles north of Gilmer on
July 8-4, 1894.—J. R. Proctor, Sec'y.
Van Zandt oounty with Elm Grove Al-
iance fifteen miles Southwest of Carl-
ton, Julyl2-13.—W.T. Youngman,Sec ,
Williamson county at Jonah, Texas,
July 10.— R. L. Rogers, Sec'y.
Wood oounty at Cartright, 10 miles
south of Winsboro, July 4. A. J.
Weems, Secy, Winsboro.
H. 8, P."Ashby,
State Lecturer F. S. A. of Texas.
Will speak at the following places on
dates and at hours named:
Belton, June, 2, 2 p. m
Holland, June 4, 2 p. m.
Taylor, June 5, 2 p. m.
Round Rock June 5, 2 p. m.
Bastrop June 7,2 p.m.
Cistern June 9, 2 p, m.
Giddings, June 11, 2 p. m,
Hempstead, June 12, 2 p. m.
Bryan, June 13, 2 p. m.
Calvert June 4, 2. p. in.
Marlin, June 16, 2 p. m
Bro. Ash by is the peer of any man
in the state in presenting the evils that
are oppressing us, and in showing the
way for securing ¡a full and peaceable
solution of the vexing problems before
us. You will miss the opportunity of
your life if you fail to hear him. Let
everybody come out and give him a
R. A. High,
Pres. F. S. A. of Texas-
J. H. (Cyclone) Davis.
.June 4, 1
Black Jack Grove
Glade water (Titus county).. .80
Bell county... .July 30,
June 21 to 28.
June 29 to July 5
July 9 at 7:80 p. m.
July 18 at 8 p. m.
July 14 at 11 a. m.
July 14 at 8 p. m.
July 15 at 11 a. m.
July 16 at 8 p. m.
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That depends upon how you sell your Wool, if you
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the Wool trade said was Impossible. Instead of taking six t o
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up in this statement. Write for Prices on Wool and see thf
testimonials of our shippers. We are notan exclusive Wool
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Gum Springs, July 17 at 11 a. m.
Oak Alia, July 17 at 8. p. m.
Nabuna, July 18 at 11 a. m.
Pomona, July 19 at 11 a. m.
Every body invited, especially the
President of Panola and Rusk county
Alliance will please publish dates and
places for these counties.
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Park, Milton. The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1894, newspaper, May 31, 1894; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth185563/m1/13/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .