The Independent (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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IN THE PUBLIC EYE
SON OF ADMIRAL EVANS
Although Rear Admiral Robley 1>. Evans re
linquUbed the command of the battleship fleet
a short time ago, yet there is another member of
the family in the naval service and at present at
tached to the battleship Louisiana, with the fleet
at Sail Kiancisoo.
This officer is Lieut. Franck Taylor Evans,
the only son of the former commander-in-chief of
the Atlantic fleet. Resembling his father in
looks, the younger Evans had made a very credit-
able record since his entrance in the navy, 14
He was born in Switzerland, while his father
was attached to the European fleet in the iOs.
September 6. 1894. he was appointed to the naval
academy at large. Completing his four-years
course of instruction at the academy in 1K98, he
was graduated from that institution. ,
In April of that vear. and just before the outbreak of the Spanish
he was assigned to the battleship Massachusetts, commanded by ( apt. * ran-
ds J. Higginson. He served on the Massachusetts through the war, taking
part in the bombardment at Santiago. San Juan and in a number of engag ^
ments in Cuban waters. He remained on the Massachusetts until 1899. when
he was transferred to the gunboat Nashville, in 1900 he was assigned to the
Hrutus on the Asiatic station.
When the battleship Alabama was completed in 19ni lie was assigned
to duty on her. April 4. 1900, he was advanced to the grade of ensign
remained on the Alabama until 1901!. when he was assigned to the Kentucky
.m the staff of Rear Admiral Francis J. lligginson, commander-in-chief of
the North Atlantic squadron.
He made the trip on the Louisiana, when she took President Roosevelt
to Panama, and also on the cruise from Hampton Roads to San Francisco
lie was promoted to the grade of lieutenant on July 1. 1904.
'FIDDLER BOB" TAYLOR
Robert Love Taylor, better known throughout
Tennessee as "Fiddler Bob," devoted his maiden
speech in the I'nlted States senate recently to an
attack upon the Republican party and the execu-
tive. Some of his similes were very effective, as
when he compared the federal power and the
states to the centripetal and centrifugal forces
that rule the universe, and when he said this of
"They are only one string of the harp of a
thousand strings upon which our modern Orpheus
is playing the triumphal march of federalism.
Senator Taylor got his nickname of Fiddler
Rob from the campaign he waged in 1889, for
election to the I'nlted States congress. He had
nothing to aid him but his wits and his fiddle,
but being a mountaineer himself he knew how to
•r" r-zzz&rxtzzxz zs rri rrr:
nance was'organized right away. The young folks danced lo hls^
ihe older ones were won by his merry chatter, lie ^as elected is next am
bition was to become United States senator and he made the iun he re
ceived a telegram that he had been elected by a majority of one, but later he
received another that one of his supporters had changed his vote and el®ct^
h!s opponent Taylor said nothing, but he made the run for governor of he
Mate this time having Ills own brother for an opponent, which gave to the
c<int^st the sobriquet of "War of the Hoses." The ancient fiddle was effective
and Hob was elected He was twice re-elected. His opportunity to achieve
his final ambition offered itself at last election and he ran for the senate once
'more, being triumphantly elected this time.
Fortune Teller—You will shortly
meet with an accident.
Victim—How did you know 1 owned
A Household Necessity.
I w ould almost as soon think of run-
ning my farm without implements as
without Hunt's Lightning Oil. Of all
the liniments 1 have ever used, for
both man and beast, it is the quickest
in action and richest in results. For
burns and fresh cuts It is absolutely
wonderful. 1 regard it as a house-
hold necessity. Yours truly.
A Willing Tool.
"Since young Jtni He Peyster, who
belongs to one of our best families,
lost his money, he has gone Into the
social burglary business.
• Yes; he chaperons rich parvenus."
"How is that burglary?"
"lie helps them to break into so-
ciety with a Jimmy."
$100 Reward, $100.
The rude" «'f this papar "HI PlrwM to lftm
that there l< t ;••«-' '">• 1,,J 'I1"-""* llml •' ™l.°
1 h a been «l>le. lu ( are In .1 I" ",ml„
Catarrh IIh Catarih Cure U the only p.istllUa
cur*u>w kn.i.vu to the inrilk-al fraternity, t Marrh
tieluii it i' >oalttutl nul <.Ui ar<. require* a .1 lltu
ti UBS) treatment. Hall't < ' "rc. , f",
ternul.y aetlnif dire> tly up-n me t)kH l a., 1 mm otn
■ ur'acea "f ll'.fl system iheretiy dei*troylnit the
lu.inilatli.n .•t the dl.raie mid KlvtiiK the l'"'"n'
ureuirth by bulldtnn up the
, 11 j nuture In d.'iiot It- w .ra. I he pr"prlet. r hate
t so much faith In li curative power* that they offer
One Hundred I),.. ara for any cm that It .alii to
cure. Send for III"! of teatlin-inlali.
A I lre.i K. .1 CUKSKV * Co.. Toledo, <).
S ,1.1 by a.I IlrtMilUt".
l ake ('.all' Family Fills for t .uatlpatlou.
That Inarticulate Cry.
"Railway employes are cautioned
not lo give any information to the cu-
rious public, are they not?"
"Thev must be. Even the brakeman
seems inclined to make you guess at
the names of the stations."—Washing
The water is pure, the soil rich, the
climate healthful and delightful, and
the people prosperous in Sou I li Texas.
You can buy from 10 to 640 acres of
land and 2 town lots there for $210 at
$10 per month. Write l)r. Chas. h.
Simmons, San Antonio. Texas.
i "i have something novel In the way
of a melodrama."
"State your case."
"The blacksmith Is a rascal, while
lhe banker Is about as honest as the
day is long!"—Exchange.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOR1A a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that It
••Makes It Go Way."
We simply can't do without it. We 1
are not going to try. When Bobby
stubs or cuts his toe. it's Ma. where s
the Lightning Oil?" When Lizzie |
burns her hand or arm, it s "Where's I
the Lightning Oil?" When little Hick's
been playing with a bumble bee, it's
Where's the Lightning Oil?" The
echo of all our afflictions Is "Where's
the Lightning Oil?" It's the balm
that makes the pain go ivay. Sincerely
yours, P. CASSIDY,
All That Was Necessary.
Two men were standing in a pic
turr-gallery, commenting on the dlf-
ierent artists whose work was ex
"What do vou think of Claymores
•Portrait of Miss Lawrence?"' asked
one. , , ..
-It's a good deal flattered, said the
"Ah. then you've seen her! W ho is
she?" ,, .. _
"1 haven't the least idea, was th<
crisp response. "Never saw her in
my life—but I know him '—Youth s
A GOOD INCOME ASSURED, in-
creasing value guaranteed, buy farm
land in the famous Atascosa County.
Texas, from 10 to 640 acres of land
and 2 town lots for $210, payments $10
per month. Write Dr. ('has F Sitn
mons, San Antonio, Texas.
"Pon t you get tired of being re
ferred to as the representative of
"Sure. I do," answered Ananias. "I'd
rather be something profitable, such
as a malefactor of great wealth.' - ,
In a Pinch. Use ALLCN'S KOOT EASE..
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
ing, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails,
it's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age Mnkes new shoes easy A
certain cure for sweating feet Sold
bv all Druggists. 25c Accept no sub-
stitute Trial package, FREE Ad-
dress A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
No Need for It.
Citizen (curiously)—Can women
where you come from make their will?
Stranger isadlyl—They don t have
to. They've got it ready made.
OPPOSES REVOLVING DOORS
Louis Leplne, prefect of police, by issuing tkc
ordinance forbidding the use of revolving doors
iu restaurants, hotels and other public buildings
capable of holding more than 100 persons, on the
ground that they are dangerous in case of fire
or panic, has again demonstrated that he is the
wielder of the "big stick" in Paris.
The order has aroused the indignation of those
who have Installed these doors at great expense,
but the prefect is used to grumblings and mut-
terings To use an American expression, he al-
lows their complaints to go "in one ear and out
of the other."
That the edict will stand goes without saying,
for the office of prefect is more Important than
that of a cabinet minister. He Is appointed by
the president and is answerable neither to par-
Hament notMo Pari. ^ ()y r sma„ ca rylnff out his edicts. He
controls 50,000 troops, £ iT^yer and entered the "ad-
M. Lepine was>born , In I a.ln r,gen ,hrongh all th„ ,ra„es to
ministration in ' iso'l So well has he met. the require-
prefect, to Which be was appointed *189*.. Bonn haaj e^ ^ ^ ^
appointed him." He"'was it, charge of Paris during the Dreyfus troubles, with
its rioting and violent possibilities.
NEW PRESIDENT OF PERU
Senor Don Augusto B. Legula, who was re-
cently elected to succeed Dr. Pardo as president
of Peru, is said to be one of the best friends the
United States ever has had In South America.
The richness of Peru is proverbial, and for years
Senor Legula lias maintained that every effort
should be made to encourage the investment of
American capital In enterprises Intended to de- i
velop and exploit the resources of his country.
Ills liking for American methods is probably |
partly due to the fact that the large part of his j
early commercial training was acquired in the
Spanish-American department of the New York
Life Insurance Company.
lie wa with this corporation for years, nnd
when he resigned his place, in 1889, he had
worked his way up from a clerkship to the man-
... ,,r 11«> New York Life in Peru. Since retiring
Iigemenf of all the n etc*is ' , en the managing director of the
,h" 1,,",ll™;\li:l |1 several million dollars Invested
|„ six other Important industrial and commercial enterprises.
Senor Legula entered political life In 1903 as minister of finance In Presl-
dent Canda.no's government, of which the present president of Peru, Dr. Jose
''" "'s e 11 o r HI .eg u la iH^'years old. having been born at Lain bay equ is the
north of Peru, on February 19, 1803.
In Fse For Ov*r :iO Years.
The Kind You Have Alwaye Bought.
The Modern Nomad.
"Did you ask that man why he paid
rent Instead of owning his own home?"
asked the real estate agent.
"Yes," answered the other. "He said
he didn't. He kept moving."
LEVEL HEADED PEOPLE write at
once to Dr. Chas. F. Simmons, San
Antonio, Texas, for information about
the sale of his lands, as fine as South
Texas affords. 10 to 640 acres and 2 I
town lots for $210 at $10 per month.
Brought Humble Flower Into Favor.
Lord Ileaconsfield's love for the hum-
ble primrose has been perpetuated by
the foundation of the Primrose league.
My splendid 95,000 acre tract near
San Antonio, Texas, Is almost all sold,
in farms with town lots, good water,
fine soil, from 10 to 640 acres, and 2
i town lots for $210 payable $10 month-
ly. Dr. Chas. F. Simmons, San An-
! tonio, Texas.
, And if you want business get out
after It and tote it home with you.—
, Salt Lake Tribune.
$210 at $10 per month buys farm
from 10 to 640 acres and 2 town lots
of the richest farm land in Texas, pure
water, fine soil. A great opportunity.
For literature and views of land write,
Dr. Chas. F. Simmons, San Autonio,
Life is learning, suffering, loving;
and the greatest of these is loving.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Hinder straight 5c cigar. Y our
dealer or Lett is' Factory, Peoria, III-
Usually the man who believes In
paying as he goes stays at home.
It vou wish beautiful, clear, white clothes
use Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz.
package, 5 tents.
Many a patent leather shoe covers
a big hole in a stocking.
Mri. Wlnalow'a Soothing Sjrrn|>.
For children teethlim. aoftena the junil, re.luce In-
flammation. allay • pain, curea lnd olio, a bottle.
It's a wise wife who knows her own
May be permanently pi-op?r
personal cjjovts v ilk the assistance*
of the ono truly l>onc(ioal laxative
tcmctjy, ^ rtip ojh^ a,t«i tlnir oj
v.Kith enables one Jo jorm regular
babit^ doily So I bat assistance to na-
ture may be ^raJual^ ibs|>ensc<l*nlK
Vvbcti ho longer needefi oS tKo Kcst ojf
femeilies.^'ben reijutrcd. ai c to assist
l\a\ure anJ net to supplant tbc
ol functions, vhu b must tlepcna ulti-
mately upon proper nouri.sliment,
To^et >ls beneficial effeclS, atw<yS
buy tbe genuine
Svrup'fFigs^En xir "fSenrm
Fio Syrup Co. only
sold byallleadinc druccists
one vie only, r*£ulai- price IXK per IvJt 11«
Unlike the ordinary dried
beef—tbal sold in bulk—
Libby's Peerless Dried Beel
comes in a sealed glass jar
in wbicb it is packed tbe
moment it is sliced into those
delicious tbin wafers.
None of tbe rich natural
flavor or goodness escapes
or dries out. It reaches you
fres- and with all tbe nutri-
Libby's Peerless Dried
Beef is only one of a Great
number of high-grade, ready
to serve, pure food products
that are prepared in Llbhy's
Great While Kitchen.
Just try a package of any
of these, such as Ox Tongue.
Vienna Sausage, Pickles,
' Olives, etc., and see bow
ferent they are
< from others
you have eaten.
to l>hlv^mitma.(.ab(l|at|i tkm_
Take Old fMnrulurd tiKOVICtt TAS1
lilLlX TUNIC. Yuti know what you are
The formula m ulalnly printed n ***** b''1'1 *"•
■h.iwinK it ih Himpiy guknlpe and lrun In a laMelnKh
form. !ni the ...ott effectual fonu. for grown
people and children. 50c.
Many a married woman's Idea of a
stylish hat is one that costs more than
her husband enn afford to pay.
For Any Disease or Injury to
the eye. u.e I'KTTIT'S KVK SALVK. ah
Holuti'ly hnrmjc**1. quickl)
Hmdmi till beautifie# the hair.
.'rou.ntea a laiurianl frowtn.
N6V«P Fail® to Beatore Gray
Hair to tta Youthful Color.
Curaa acalp tlmira k hair tailuif.
•I at dm
A NAK E 8 IS"
XrlkKM aiJ« . "
■ nil WhUkey ll l>ll«
Iri'iiUHl at li.imc wiltlollt
tun 11. It....k ..( |.iiltlcul:ir«
- — M-nt KltKt. II. M.
' Woolley,M.D.,AM n« ." -"l"h 1 r''"^
Kolutclv liaiinlcci'. acts qtncWly. • N (j oklahoma City, No. 24, 1903.
druggixt* or Howard Hro , lluliitio, ^ * • "•
Typical Farm Scene, Showinc Slock Raiunf in
Borne of the choleeat land* f«.r jrrnin irrowin*.
Ht<H-k ralaluK nn«l «ni«e<l farming In the new dl%«
tiicta of Saskatchewan and Alberta have re-
cently been Opened for Settlement under the
Revised Homestead Regulations
Fntrv ntav now 1^ made by pro*y (oti oertitla
pomlltlonH). It v the fnther, mother. on, <1 UK ti-
ter brother or mm of an ItitentllliK home-
Melttler. ThotiKiiiirts of hom HtemUot 1(10 a< re
ca. h are thun now easily available 111 the*
great jfraln-jfrowinif, Btm'k-ralaliiK and mixed
There you will And healthfnl ollmate,
nelifhlK.rH,. hto-. lt< sfor family wot-Hhlp, acbuul*
lor your chllclri'ii. (ti«mI lawn. "plendtJ tropa,
anil railroad" convenient to ntai ket.
Knlry fee In ea. h ea"e In *10 110. For pampte
let l.a-l Ile"l West." particular" u to ratea,
route". I". l time to KU and where to locate
J. S. CBAWFOID.
Ha. |2I W. Ninth Slr««t, !•■••• Cl( . RU>aa<*
WinnWK'u,,H NCW LAW obtained
" 1 " \,j john w. mobbh.
PENSIONS Waablngion, II. O.
A dumb waiter out of order is an
k«mA3 CITY. MO
Pale Delicate Women and Girls
The Old St nd«d GROWS
griS, Oul'nl,"" d KIn , .-I tlic most ctl«t ^tom. For .dulls „d child,.... We.,
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