Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1899 Page: 6 of 16
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8«pt 14. ISM.
All fields are
alike to the
King: of all
The accompanying illustration taken from a SUPERIOR at
work in standing corn, successfully depositing the grain at bot-
tom of furrow and covering it, illustrates the statement that we
have always made, that no matter how trashy or weeuy the field
may be, it's all the same to the 8UPE ftlOR.
You can drill a field of cotton by straddling the rows, doing
no perceptible harm to the growing crop.
FOR THE IMITATORS
of the SUPERIOR, who make fabulous statements, yet who lack
the essential features required to make a first-class Drill.
To examine the SUPERIOR is to admire it.
SEND FOR "NEIGHBORHOOD GOSSIP ABOUT THE SUPE-
RIOR,It's free to any address.
Parlin & Orendorff Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR TEXAS.
If the Populist party, instead o2 try-
ing to purify the Democratic party,
would purge itself of the virus of fu-
sion it would command the respect of
all. But it is like clay in the hundi
of the political parties, and if it ad-
heres to a fusion policy it will become
a byword and a stench in the nostrils
of humanity. Butler, Bryan and Aleen
notwithstanding to the contrary. The
election to or retention of any of thene
in office means disaster to the Popullot
party. Some of the leading Damocratic
papers in the West are howling more
for Populism than the Populist papers
themselves in sections where the Pop-
ulist party is the strongest. Thi3 is
merely a political trick to get the mug-
wump Pops to endorse Bryan or tho
Democratic nominee. This may win
some fool Pops, but some are tumbling
to the racket. What the Populist party
should do is to bury every fusion can-
didate so deeply that they will n* ver
It looks now as if the Populist lead-
ers, or rather misleaders, were going
to try to make fusion a success in Ne-
braska this year, whether the people
want fusion or not. They think it will
turn the tide or set the stakes for
It is to be hoped that this pusllani-
mous deal will be settled this year for
all time, and that the bosses will be
overthrown. This is the only thing
that can save the party from destruc-
tion. A house divided against itself
cannot stand, and It Is the same with
political parties. The fusion conspir-
acy btween the politicians of the G. O.
P.'s and some of the Populist leaders,
while it was a cunningly conc.jc+ed
scheme, will never win, as it was too
unholy an alliance, and it deserves the
contempt of every loyal citizen.
It is estimated that 10,000 hungry
Democrats will line up at the $1.00-
dinner which will be given by the Bry-
an ites in Dallas, October 2nd. The
committee on arrangements has neg-
lected to invite their Harrison county
contingent, upon which they rely so
confidently at election times. The
"brothers in black" should resent this
Our associate editor, Hon. Jo A.
Parker, is in Kentucky, in the thick-
est of the fight now being so desper-
ately waged in that grand old common-
wealth. Jo is holding up the straight
Populist banner, and the Kentucky
Populists are flocking to the standard
by hundreds. No abler or truer man
ever plead the cause of the down-trod-
den than this gallant young Kentuck-
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Besides the heavy war tax on store
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and married her on the evening pre-
vious; then riddled the father of the
young man, King H. Forsythe, with
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Park, Milton. Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1899, newspaper, September 14, 1899; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth185820/m1/6/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .