The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912 Page: 7 of 10
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go to "the school of every day
life" and learn the lessons for
himself. They cannot be taught
in public schools, where only pre
paratory lessons are practical.
The "lessons of life" are taught
3y hard knocks.—Caldwell News.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, lg
Lucas County, i
Frame J. Cheney maites oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do-
ing business in the City of Tole-
do, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for such and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. FRANK J. CllLNEN.
Svvoru to before me and sub-
scribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, A. D. 1886.
,Scal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taicen in-
ternally and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Send for testimon-
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
TaKe Hall's Family Pills for
M'GUIRE ALWAYS j
Desperate attempts to drag th«
Bull Moosers into the fold are the
ieatures of McGuire's campaign tor
congress. McGuire realizes that he
must depend upon the vote of all tne
republicans and now he is
make the moosers believe that
favors the things which they (1°-
What a glorious thing it would
be and what a fasting benefit to
the younger generation if more
of the lessons of life could be
taught in the public schools, says
Yes, indeedy. And "what a
glorious thing" it would be if the
average mortal in the school ev-
ery day life could, and would,
learn from the experience of oth-
at the Guthrie meeting of the
state committee, McGuire passed the
"The republican state central com-
mittee of Oklahoma in regular see- j
sion declares its loyalty to the norm-1
nees of the republican national com
rention. William Howard Taft and
Jjimes S. Sherman for president and
To the Republican National r°™m
tee. Hon. Charles D. Hillis. Chair-
In view of the fact that
mittee has for years conceded to th
respective state committee the J*** I
to fill any vacancy on the naUom
committee, the republican state c°
mittee of Oklahoma, in regular s
sion assembled, does by the ^option .
of this memorial, elect for the posi- (
Hon of national committeeman from ,
the state of Oklahoma the Hon. .Tames
A Harris of Wagoner.
Mr. Harris is peculiarly suited to,
! the position, because of the party ser ,
vice rendered as chairman of this
1 committee, and because of thoun^;
tish lovaltv which he has always ,
I IZJ the cause of republicanism
I p'or years Harris has given tree y |
of his time, his energy and his means
to advance the cause of republicanism
!° this .taw and hi. record a. .tat.
chairman, as treasurer of this 00m
mittee, as member of th® c0°gr®;
sional committee, and as one of he
twelve republican members of the
constitutional convention, is abundant
proof that he will be a jealous, hard
forking and efficient national chrur.
man. it .8 our oenei u 1
an overwhelming majority of the r
Dublicans of this state want, James A.
Harris to he notional committeeman
Therefore, this state
wavs loyal in its support of Mr. 1 att
respectfully but most earnestly aska
32% recognize M, Harris a. our
national committeeman for the
rent tour McGUIRE, Chairman.
C. M. FECHHE1MER.
JOHN M. CLAYPOOL.
HENRY P. ROBBINS. (
C M. SARCHET, Secretary.
These resolutions place McGuire as
a standpatter of the worst type. If
he favors progressiveism how^can he
also favor and praise the work ot
Taft the high lord of all that caused
™ 'breakaway of the progressive^
McGuire kindly resolved that he was
a good fellow and should not be made
to get off the fence.
When the split in the party became
eminent McGuire rushed home and
tried to hold the fort for Taft See^
' Ing that wfes impossible he hopped
Tor the fence and would not commit
S™e If Now that the campaign
funds have come from the standpat
nuarter he takes another jump and
fands both feet on the standpat
tide Always a standpatter he will
MIS-represent any Bull Moose vote
x hich he gets.
McGuire has declared for a plat-
form which does not believe In tariff
reduction, nor in any way agree with
the program of the Pr°K"BB,ve PartV
and he will keep his plerlg
When a person gets something
for nothing, said something usu-
ally contains a joker, or has a
string attached to it. For in-
stance, a certain preacher re-
ceived from a patent medicine
company an offer to provide his
church with song books free of
:harge. It was explained that
i.. : — fUo
there would be a few ads in the
front of the books, but that these
ads would not be offensive to the
members of the congregation,
since the books were being se-
cured for nothing. The preach-
er gave the order and the books
arrived. He found the ads to be
mildly worded and decided to
use the books. He explained
from the pulpit how the books
had been secured, and announced
that they would sing No. 274.
Imagine the people's surprise
when, on reaching the second
verse, they found themselves
singing, "Hark, the heavenly
angels sing, Johnson's pills are
just the thing; Angelic voices
meek and mild-two for man and
one for child."
ers. We don't. More fools we.
It's very nice to talk about, this
theory of teaching the "lessons
of life" in the public schools—
but who can teach them? They
must be normal lessons, taught
from years of a6lual experiences.
We each meet the bumps and
curves of life from a different
angle. You or I, with the best
! purposes teach that which we
have learned, marking the dan-
gers to avoid, the advantages to
be gained, in pursuing a certain
course in a particular way. An-
other would commend a widely
different course to the same end,
etcetera, and so on. "The les-
sons of life" cannot be taught on
theory. Too much like the old
maid teaching the mother how
to raise children. Everyone must
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912, newspaper, October 10, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107727/m1/7/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.