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THE LEADER, QUTHRIE, OAHOMA,
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1903.
DR. HOLDAND SCORES
THE CLUB WOMAN
Declares Site is Responsi
ble for Hereditary of
St. Louis, Mo., April WA-faort Dr.
It. A. Holland's subject at the April
meeting of the Bvnngrtloal alllnnoe
yesterday morning, was "Marriage and
Divorce," aud In witty, short santonoea
he depleted the kind ot a woman who
is responsible for what he was pleased
to call "tho horedlty of divorce."
The clubwoman was eliarcterleil
as one who "smattors la knowledge "
taking "a dash of Dante, n smocU ot
Shakospoare." With her, ho said,
-smatter Is tho mark pf Intellect. She
has no modost conviction thai cul
ture Is not culture when It puffs and
pants, and that tlioro Is" no .surer proof
of Its absoncoTlMfl & swayed back, j
stiff neok, or; lofty head." , i
Culture In Cooking. ;
Dr. Holland advised women to find.
r.iitiir'.,'itt..18b6lclri,E va meal Au the
. r ST JK z f . ji i l
kitchen. forfiDarlnc a' chamber! qri
3 a i Ti! a i I ft
tA r? nttntrilinrC nt",rMV.
inir altl J Sfaffoctldn to 4cJaf?'fr" .
- '" TSr -f
clubwoman, ho said. "Is away from
home half tho day. and sho Is still
more away when sho returns. She
and her hUBband come togothor, but
they do not meet. His mind is far
awayl,er's is sailing around In the
"She learns how to run a female
caucus. She Is club president now;
she will be president of a federation
vf clubs, und then of a federation of
tolerations. Her work Increases, and
she has to employ a typewriter. What
a pity she can not employ a man. to
offset her husband' omploylng a wo
man!" As to Small Families.
Tho speaker uttered expressions of
thankfulness that club women usually
wero childless, although small fam
ilies In general came In for severe
excoriation In the course ot his re
marks. Comments were made also on the
principle of teaching every one to
it-iiu. ,v iivii v,i aw v.. v.. . ' - ,
MJi .Mvri.nn ..Mi. ovtu.Afrfti. in n nnnir-
..r nnwannner." said Dr. Holland, it:u,le,1 UP,U ae,s lue "" m nerlB.
methods of murder.'
thine ear, but not thy
An air of mystery
ts to some men.
Inhabitants of New Meafoo lllve
in a Xltture state.
-aen fnay be Wff.pWcBn,lut they
are never mit-talkod. V
Some people never seek religion as
long as there ts a dollar In sight. ;
What aome men owe worries them
much lees than what they would like '
o owe. -,.,,.,, : .
Whott oe niatr; U '"a work
of thre$ Ihoyworjc of tigr4malns tm
finlshod. A homoy rich girl It prettier than 1
a beautiful poor one in the eyes of '
It isnH necessary for a ram to know
noilgl to go in when it rains if he has
a borrowed umbrella.
lm,ks IlUe the inffW Jt Li"rfl.rt T '
,ame raiment, and iW
look. Thieves may VMlM&jAj' , P 1
,0 eteol Thugs rdttttm ftU Mlft' Mi Q1't.K.te,.K1
""" ' dyipepita. It'. ha ' r 1 . )0 ortffinal lifted tntu
The average man clings tenaciously j ' r J t; i- a. b. tk nayw cum.
. . .. i. . I If )' hiiveaiiitMaudp.lMlnlwii,btakailatntl.
to his own opinions, but he expects i.hln, saMr sun, niood fu hot or tun, swoiu
other people to change their- t,uUd..iurtiaB4ijonUMau.MuaMi,Mci
f. " Huulh, Su Throat, PlinplM, or oltmllTe fruptlum,
Nodllng itHK Of W"U faith IU Sep-, wou, t.-fisjpan f tlw llr. Ualr or Ejr-
JXi rX tl40BXrS.arantoed
hard-earned prir'e of a bottle of hair I to runavMHk wont and RioMdrtlcaaMwli
Some men would get. along; much
(aster if they didn't waste so much
time tellinu other bfeopl what they
wr.ild do if they had a chance.
Svrflftfiae. N. Y.:
NeWS ha been
rlvd )r of Uie det
Andrew J. Smith at Cuclmras,
He wa8 4t one MinbiOt ftxbra fcfticer
in Mohtana'and serVddTiB gdvernor'oM
the Soldiers' hptue at LaVenwortlr. I
Kas., and LoV AnspibsJdal.' " For tho
-SS mA. ..-'ji..- 1
.. ijrJ!ffiKajf2j222.iur,B. aa iu,r
srcior 01 me uomeg.
Tho Leader haV iTit','made up a
with the new law In every particular.
wliose tissues are pining for
the strengthening and build
ing comfort of rich, thick blood,
should bear in mind that
will give them what they need.
That transparent blue skin,
or the yellowish dirty pallor,
so often seen, are very danger
Blood is life.
Make it with Ozomulsion,
the only vitalized emulsion of
pure cod liver oil with guaiacol
and the hypophosphites of
lime and soda.
Begin to-day. Get it at
In order that you may test the merits
of Ozomulsion, send your name and full
THE OZOMULSION CO.
De Pcyntcr Street, - - New York,
mentioning this paper, and a large sample
free bottle will at once bo sent you by
Adam didn't believe In heredity.
Lots of reputations are lost, stray
oil or stolon.
I'eoplo may not believe In signs and
still refrain from writing anonymous
If you would acquire popularity,
laugh loudly at all the moss grown
stories you hear.
Familiarity breeds contempt, and
there Is such a thing as knowing our
selves tod well.
A man may be too proud to beg, too
honest to steal and too laiy to .work,
mid yet manago to exist.
Hoax "He Is a man 0? many call
ings.' Joax "A jack of all trades,
eh?" Hoax "No; a trnla announcer."
- ,,. , . , . 4 ., . . '
Ji " 1 "kl l"7 "
itf, MM 1 a w .i.
1 txign V41 ,w "" ue " ueutMiQ irvm
1 Blobbs "Scribbler ba bad do leas
than nine jlay rejected." obbs
"Whaf f he doiag flbwF' Blobbs
"Writlag essays oa the decttae of the
"Now Were is a hairpin." said the
'kindergarten teacher, '.rhat is it us
la about all there e1 for?" "To button W Hhoea wl,h-"
I replied the nttie gin at tuo. root or me
1 mere once was a ininK im a queue,
WJii'H''' niuwi iu w'weue,
Out tiio rni4eil so rdlr
Didn't fancy his hair.
1 So she said: "l will bid you adueue."
-- - -
Bono Pains, Itching, Scabby
1 bwrtiiwn, 1 uruuncie., i-impici, bcroiuw
PltaiaM anitiar ! I U TTwrouqMV tttbd for
1Atrj. Compvttii nf f'ura Botamc lagrtdltnlu
Slrngthnu trmt Itiitryi "1 tttak iltmarhl, eurit
whom. pai.Bt oMdMiBH, and not iianngi lau. uaait
i U aoret,Mw aUaebeaand patna, rwuoM alt welling.
i Mul acre and rit'h. eompleteir fhanying lit
tutlM be4r two a eleao, lieallhT eoadltlon. B. B. H.
jMeblag Uwlaat atamoa.
f Old IttimiiuHtUm, Cutarrh, Kcavuia
era caused br an awtul polaiNMd c-jiv.Uiioo of Hi
JUcwd. II. B. B. 0. Hawking ami Spilling, Itrhm
iral Krrati'hlmi, Actwa and ft.ut; our llliemnal.,:.,
A al a 1, Iva-mid mi Mk kkj Chi t.a.d it' t4iattlflaaLai U'ii.r af
! imatera. (U faaterlixSuRaot Xriniiai bj gtrin a
tWaillH .- an u tBiMea au I a 1 "
T parear ""a Pry wnwi fiitw.
notaale lllood Halm Cuiea Canuera of all Rjndi.
j u a ii w.i - u u u
buKwrutofj aweiiiiija, aua. twrv, Tonrare, ueir ifijt limit July lflUt. Stop CYers may be
lliKXtlM any..p9lnt wont of Pueblo,
Itraple. Wart, 8welUnsi, Shwung, Winn.rf Pin,
lal.0 DlMid HJJB and tner wiU dUapiMar brloie Itej
derelop Into t'aneer. Uaor appareutly liuprl oatea
L nf MnMMM.1 b L&kln Hntanle IlliKMl lialin.
VrlceHI nrrlartl bottle, llnilllttlorbr
Kxpreaa, Take Jlotonle Illavd Ilnlm ne
aHmmBtnt an 1,eIj,I. It kltHVUrfflliril lh
rlcbt M,Btltr ' taken, ifjrau are o
cured the purchaae urlce Mill be refunded
wltttnut argument (Blt'ned).UIiMdUalBafJtty
Complete dtracUosa for remt aa with aaea noma,
wlirt eaeb bctlla.
rliMaU of n.'B.H,,Fre br wrltft. Bkd ItU
C,tlanU, Oa, DeajVlbe jout trobU, and apeeUl
KM meoicai aanca aua ae a aeaiea mv
MRS. DOROTHY RICHARDSON:
She Is the Daughter of a Dynasty' of
The Wilson County (Kas.) Cltiaen
publish! some editorial and withal
very Interesting facts coitcornlng Mr.
Hlchardeon. nee Chatham:
"Mrs. Richardson was a Kansas gift.
having been born In Independence In
February, 1J7B. Her fatlter. James J. j
Chatham. Ib now publishing a papui
In Sonora, Mexico, the Cananea Hop
aid. In 1876-G ho published the In do-;
pondonca Dall Courier, the first j
dally paper started on what had been '
the Osage Indian reservation. He
could write more short Items, dnr In i
B,,d out' tlmn any ed,u,r tlwt 0v6r
aw uur rviuiu.. ne wni Brsm&iiL-ui.-
arms of the Kansas house of represen
tative in 1877 and was afterwaWs
connected with a paper at Empire
City Bhort oreek. The mother of'
Mrs. Htchardson wm Addle Dlanion.
also a native Kanean. born at Hum
boldt, about 18157. Her grandfather
was Oaptntn N. B. Wanton, who came
to Kansas territory In I860, locating
first on the Wnkarusa, and was a
free stater, though born In Missouri.
Ho wnB a Republican representative
from Allen county In the llrnt state
legislature in 1801, voting for both Jim
Lnno and Pomoroy for senators and
thereby securing U10 removal of the
United Statos land office from Fort
Scott to Humboldt; was also a repre
sentative In 188S from Allen county.
He was one of the foundors of Hum
boldt and during the war became a
captain In the Tenth Kansas infan
try. Next he moved to Montgomery
county In the fall of 1809, and, with
Colonel Coffey, started the town of
Coffeyvllle. A dozen or fifteen yenrs
whore his daughter, Mrs. Chntham.
became the wife of Dennis T. Flynn.
Mrs. nirhnrdson has the lineage and
spirit of Kansas and the west In a sur
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
DISPUTE OVER STATE LINE.
Results In Joint Work of Kansas and
As a result of disputes having arisen
between owners of farms on either
side of the Kansas-Oklahoma boundary
line in Grant county, a re-survey is
now being made by James Wharry.
county surveyor of Grant court y, and
T. B. Roberts, county surveyor of
Sumner countyTKansas. The officers
anticipate no special trouble and be
lieve the trouble can be properly ail
just ed Several months ago the
school laim department was notified
.thai farmora mlMln. tn XCanaaa alrkni?
the Hne were believed tx be encroach
iug upon ine ngnis 10 tanas ownea ny
uKiauomRUS in me Beverai gouiiiiuh
bordering on Kansoe, and because of
jthe numerous appeals made to the of
flee U is believed a re-survey was or-
. dered In Orant county.
Good For Children.
i The pleasant to take and harmless
.One Minute Cough Cure give imraod
; late relief in all cases of Cough, Croup
and I.a Grippe because It doos not
puss Immediately Into the stomach,
'but takes offect right at tho seat of
(the trouble. It draws out the lnflam
itjifttion, hoals and soothee and cures
permanently by enabling the lungs
jto contribute pure life giving and life
j lustalnlng oxygep to the blood and
1 J. N, Wallace.
, GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE
I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
In the U. S, A., Los Angoles, Callfor
nla, May 21st to June 2d,
For the above occasion we will sell
, fl , . round triD tickets GllthrlB
4 a1 C,M rouHa 't ucel1' uulu
ito is Angelas or aan rraacisco aim
return at rate of $46-00. Tickets will
be on ABie Ala W and May 12th to
18rh iiuTii3IVA with tha flnnl return
... ., -
' 9 m
1 limit Ml U JUIy iWU.
Tickets v4M bf food goinc via one
route and returning another. Tran
either going or returning. Tickets
wfll 'bV executed for return passage
at Los Angeloa qr San Francisco, by
tho Joint agont'for which a fee of 50
cents will -bo'; fohargod. Saggage
cliooked tp any point onroute, either
EOing or roruro
.' " v ua.-2(
ralng, at each stop" over
A. J. Corklns, Agent
l) jl'?"TVGf V tl If "T I WCl " - r-J
Swset, crlip flaKei of Wheat and malt.
Only Vox The.1 ! Empty.
" I wish to add my endorsement to Force.1 Itlsthoonlrbox
on tho ehelt that U empty when most needed. L. H. IUbtlk."
in 111:11 ! ia Mmi t''f i
whK t.iwiHbhn TwLr other. ;tni
uaapi fi 1'arllvttUr, Trtlmnlu
sn.l ltIIr rnpl, 11m. ff1fffer.br r
A -. 11 k(Wt 1-ultHIl.ll AaLI Bi
Ui( ibif pPtf 31atl!o hQWdrts ri!IIA. 1'
Ask the Doctor
Ask him if he has any ob
jection to our filling yout
prescriptions. If he 'has
we would like to know
the reason. If we can't
fill them as cheap and as
good as anybody else we
wont charge you a cent
The Corner Drug
Cor. Oklot and First
10MQ3 W. Sti St., KANSAS CITY, MO.
.4 Rnnutar Graduate In Msd'cine. Over 30 Tear.
Practicr. 24 Years in lnna City.
The OMest n ge and longest Locatrit.
Antborlted I v tUe Stall- U trett CKttOMC,
LKUtS KU !)PltUL UttLA&LS
Curea iri.ArarTMV ur mono? rt'f ina
ed. All iu-d! Iik'i furotabeil rcail.' In
uao-rt'i meri-iirr or iDlnno'.'i mrdl
cmji un'l No dmentfoe from bui'.
ni'M ratiruti at a dlatarme tri-atrd
by rnai; and exDreaa MadlolnM -, nt
orerrwliere 'ri'efrmi. Rate or breakage. Kjitir-diun
Matt' O. I aalewcsrtuairiAntnttta order. Car 1'1
low over aa (XW casoi) :at-3. Ait anil exrrrteni.r are
Iu irunt. bmte your cae and tend (or virau. ''on
ulinU&nfreoandcoQfltlen'U pcraouallTcu by n'lll.
Seminal Weatcness -Sj.rt'J?
and Sexua. Debility JSySlSUi.1-,
oan iton night 10M. rcatore wiual power, imrvt
and brain powfr.enlarRtandatrerjrtbeawci ,-.rte,
a nd make rou nt tor marriage. Send for Look.
Crlo1,irn tla4k-a:ir cured with anew an
".iHlr r rntallible Home Treatmef,t.
a n (J G I e Gi Ko lunrumonw, no iln. . da
tentlon rom bulre Curosuaraatted. Ikuik au.
Uiof queitloni free ialed.
a i tn HI'". !""' "!R 0d " prlratr ic,
oypniliS eaaea permboooUj cored.
Varicocele, Hydrocele and
OUImnele renn..no:lf curwt In a Xeor i1
rTlimOolo wiibxjut palu or danger.
PtfSftV tat botli iMea M pagrn, J7 plriurei,
owv"' with !'. dearrlptlon ofabore dlea.
lb eSeetl and t ui MotaealedlD plain wr.-w
fi '3c tampi fweoitco. Fre'tnuwura
forchttdrent tafe, turt to otilatm
(First published In Daily Leader
April 27, 1003.)
la the District Court ot Logan County,
Com No. 4107.
IEmina Nelson. Plaintiff,
William Nelson. Defendant.
To William Nelson: You ar hw
by notified that you hate been sued
In the Above named court. That
plainUff filed her petition la said
court on the I5U day of April, IMS,
asking that a decree ot divorce be
granted her against you, on the
grounds of drunkenness, also the use
of vile and opprobrous language as
well m spanking ad beating this
eomplAltuuit. Yon are further noti
fied that you must answer said peti
tion In said above cause ot action on
or before the 9th day of June, 190S,
or said petition will be taken as true
and Judgment rendered aa prayed fer
and oosta of this action. -
Thomas 8, Jones,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
T. A. NBAL,
Clork District Court
I)y C. H. GMswold. Deputy.
m Vs. OHIb1 wloA Unty Oennlne.
rC It P.VA tor ClllCHIATKll'S r.NOMJIJ
wnt sanf IMU
f$fniSEv X. i
II & II c L la's
z jtn i" s z r&
creates n ,
Loans, Rentals, Insurance
Tu RN ADO,
STEAM BOILER and
Insurance in Leading Companies
120 WcitOklahemi A(.t
Kootnl acer Bte lllr Stcrc.
Terms Strictly Cash.
fiompt delivery and best
Oihee and yards 424 Oklahov.i
F5T liWULfltullU WFT
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reollnlng Chair Cars on allTralns
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Steeping Cars
between MEMPHIS and the
J. 8. MoNALLY, O. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A.,
Oklahoma City, O. T. Llttlo Rook, Ark,
Little journeys to Northern lake re&orU w ill
this summer thita ever Many have alu-.i'i'
summer tours via.
Chicago- Milwaukee &Sr Jaul
and many mor(f are fjcing to do
heh) vou to nljrit.vflur vacation
interested, andS'm ba Sent oa
Ir Lakeland" and "Summer Homes," 0.
Lixkes OkoboJUand(Spit Lake." 4c.
843 Maiji Street.
1 VVSAAAMM i
teJSJ ' fix
N. F. CHEADLE
Wholeaalr and retail
in all kinds.,!
of service at all times 2
ave. Phone 0 8
as rtthi;''11 '
n JsMied tor 1 1
tajf- as !'..
rsf tpt f pi
Ma F SMITH.,
Di 7n j-
ir d t ?i-