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iaaiaffMieKMtiWMwwßg 8 Our Motto Do all the good yon can, To all the people you can. In all the ways you can. All the time you can. Cook With Gas. Smoke ‘‘Latest Out.” 5c cijar. H. A. Sommer was a business vis itor in Milwaukee Monday. Miss Maude Van Kirk of Beilin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eversz. 0. O. Wertheimer looked after business interests Monday at Olyman. Gas, gasolene and oil stoves for the bot weather a The Central Trad ing Go. Misses Laura and Pearl O’Brien visited with friends at Oconomowoc Sunday. Order your door and window screens and cupboards and china closets of F. 0. Jaeger. 44tf Get your job printing done at the Leader office. Work artistic and prices reasonable. Dr. A. H. Hartwig was called to Fort Atkinson by telephone Tuesday, as counsel in a serious case. Miss Minnie Belhke will leave Sunday for Hazelhurst to visit her brother Edward for a few days. H. J. Grell of Johnson Creek, was n the city yesterday, enroute to Mil waukee. going on the interurban. Mrs. Henry Uehling returned yes terday from Milwaukee, where she had soent a couple of days with rela tives. FOR SALE—A square grand piand in good condition. Will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire at the Leader office, Watertown, Wis. Dr. T. F. Shinnick was a pleasure visitor Tuesday at Beaver Dam and enjoyed a brief respite from the ex actions of bis large practice. The man of moderate means should nut hesitate to make use of our safe deposit vaults. Only twenty-five cents a month. Bank of Watertown. Miss Elsa May came out from Mil waukee Saturday afternoon and vis ited at home until Sunday evening when she retruned, accompaneid by her sister. Miss Meta. David Jones, one of the prominent and prosperous farmers in the town of Emmet, was a business visitor in the city Tuesday and a welcome caller at the Leader sanctum. The next timee John Clifford of Juneau comes here and fails to show up at the Leader office, we shall order the chief of police to bring him in that we may give him a smoke offer ing. WANTED —A boy over 16 years of age with some education and willing to work, to learn the trade of printer. A small salary will be paid at first and inrceased as fast as earned. In quire at the Leader office. Frank Breckenridge last week purchased a pure bred Holstien calf at the Rhuda farm abcut nine miles from here. Frank says, the “Black and White”, seem to be the real thing nowdays and he is bound to be in the swim. Miss Marie Breunig has taken the place in the dental parlors of Drs. A. W. and O. E. Meyer, vacated by Miss Julia Ladwig, in anticipation of her marriage. Miss Breunig will give satisfaction, for she is a con scientious worker. Cant. Wm. M. Lewis of Racine, republican candidate for the nota tion for governor at the primary elec tion. was in the city Tuesday evening and met a few of our business men during his brief stay. Be will be here again shortly. Rev. Eversz delivered the com mecement address* to the graduating class of the High school in Hustisford Wednesday evening, and the anniver sary address at the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Hebron Meth odist church on Thursday, Dr. John H. Ott, vice president of the Northwestern University, who completed the twenty-five years of professonial activity in e locational work at the commencement at the university Tuesday, was a guest of honor of the alumni at a banquet in the evening. Tne doctor has always keen very popular with the students and patrons of the institution. bank Notice ] Tbe banka in thia city, following a custom established two years ago, will close on Saturdays at 12 o’clock noon, during the mouths of June, July and August, commencing with Satur day, June 11, 1910. WANTED—Men at good wages, im mediately at Columdus Canning Cos., Columbus, Wis. Read contest on last page. Little things at little prices at The Central Trading Go. Berry boxes for sale at the store of Brooks & Boyle. 217 West Main street. * Miss Meta May is visiting in Mil waukee, tbe guest of her sister, Miss Elsa May. Attorney E. F. Wieman was a professional and political visitor in Madison Tuesday. A wicked old bachelor says that marriage is merely a hitch and a kick. He ought to be kicked. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Farrington ate new peas Monday, which had been picked in their own garden. There is a feeling of comfort in having one’s vaulables in the Bank of Watertown. Only three dollars a year. Miss Linda Uehling returned yes terday from Milwaukee where she had visited with relatives since Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. George Frock ol Rice Lake, were in the city yesterday enroute to Juneau to visit friends for a coupsle of days. Mr. Laboring Man, ao you get enough for your labor. If you dont, save some you do get by trading with The Central Trading Cos. FLATS FOR RENT—Two cozy flats four and six rooms, with all modern improvements. Price, $8 and sl2. Inquire at 109 Fifth street. 29-tf Ex-Mayor Arthur Mulberger re turned Sunday from Chicago, after an absence of several days in that city looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Element and children of the towu of Sumner, and Carl Schnieder of Fort Atkinson, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Schnieder Sunday. Albert Martin and daughter of Birnmanwood, are guests at the home of Paul A. Schoechert, Jefferson street. Mr. Martin will remain a few days, but his daughter will pro long her visit for a month. Prof. A. F. Ernst, president of the Norhwestern University is a grand old man. who has endeared himself to the hundreds of students who have attended that institution and who will always hold him in grateful and lov ig memory. The cam pmeeting under the auspi ces of the German M. E. church of this district closed Sunday evening with a “good bye” service. The attendence was not as large as here tofore, but that did not interfere with those present having a pleasent and profitable time during the few days they were together. H. A. Logan of Madison, who is the secretary and treasurer of the Watertown Coal and Lumber Cos,, reached here Saturday and will re main permanently, and have charge of the business locally. Mr. Logan is fan excellent gentleman and will be a valuable addition to the business and socal circles of the city. WANTED—Young men to learn au tomobile business by mail and prepare for positions as chaffeurs and repair men. We make you expert in ten weeks; assist you to secure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable; write for par ticulars and sample lesson. Empire Automobile lustitue, Rochester. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Charles tioestch re turned Saturday after an absence of seven weeks during which period, thev visited relatives and friends at Oklahoma. City Oklahoma, Salina, Vesper and Lincoln Center, Kansas, Norfork, Sioux, Pierce Hader, Neb raska, Crescu, Wittemore, Saliuda, and Hayward. lowa and Wyckoff and Harmony, Minnesota. They enjoyed their trip immensely and it was an event to which they will always look back with pleasure. They found all of their relatives and friends pros perous and happy. The weather was dry wherever they went and it was quite cool at times, su much so, that an ovecoat was not uncomfortable. Nothing doing here r.be Fourth. It baa been mighty good corn weather of late. If you want a piano cheap for cash, inquire at the Leader office. Don’t go to Alaska! Buy a refrig erator of The Central Tradng Cos, Nobody ever got hurt, that took a joy ride on a pair of plow bandies. People kick when it is cold and they kick when it is hot and they kick more or less all the time. E, C. Gile of Washington, D. C., was a visitor in the city yesterday, the guest of Dr. A. H. Hartwig. We have too many goods and will sell some of them very cheap in order to reduce our stock. The Central Trading Cos. Mrs. P. H. Swift and grand daughter, Mary Diana Swift, have been the guests ot relatives at Albion during the week. FOR SALE —Cheap tor cash. A new Remington typewriting machine. Inquire at the Leader office where the machine may be examined, O. E. Goodnetter of Milwaukee, was in the city yeesterday a guest a the home of his brother, J. V. Good netter, North Montgomery street. Floyd B. Scbriner of Mt. Ayr, North Dakota, is spending a week here with relatives and will spend a week at Rice Lake before returning home. If all mothers did their duty there would be fewer jails in this country— and the fathers might help the mothers in rearing the boys to be good citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bertram of Gal veston, Texas, are visiting friends here. They say, that it is real good to get back to Wisconsin where the weather is cool. Leonard Brenimann of Boston, Mass., ia here visiting relatives and will remain until after the Fourth of July and enjoy himself away from be noise of a large city. W. F. Sommerfeld, right-of-way man for the O. M. & St. P. railway system, returned home Saturday from Madrid, lowa where he hed been engaged for some time. Tba children are now having their vacation, and the lads are enjoying that * ‘old swimming hole,” where the passing generation found comfort and pleasure when they were young. How are you going to get any money to put in a Postal Savings bank or any other bank unless you save some on what you buy. See if you can’t do it by buying of The Central Trading Cos. We would like to secure a corres pondent at Richwood. If any one is willing to act as such, drop a postal to the Leader of the tact, and station ery and stamps will be forwarded and name placed on subscription book. William Schumacher, who has been in the employ of the Jossi Cheese Cos., will give up bis position Juy 1, and take a well earned rest, having saved enough during his years of toil that he will not worry in the days to come. He is a veteran of the civil war and nothing too good for him and his good wife. Hon. E. T. Fairchild of Milwau kee, candidate for the republian gubernutoiial nomination, was in the city Tuesday calling on friends and learning the lay of the land. Mr. Fairchilds, is a very estimable gentle man, possessed for ability of a high order who, should be be nominated and elected, would make a governor of whom none neeed be ashamed. The pupils in the city schools picnicked yesterday afternoon at Tiv oli island and bad a most enjoyable time playing and partaking ot the good things provided for the occasion. It was a beautiful sight to see them as they marched under the directions of their teachers to the island. But it was certainly a hard journey for the tots walking through the dust and excessive beat. The mayor should arm the night policemen with guns and order them to shoot every auto driver going faster than six miles an hour on Main street during the evening when people are crossing and re-crossing the street and have to jump cross-legged to keep from being run down, then, there should be some qualifications insisted upon those who drive autus and the fools eliminated. Johnson Creek. Johnson Greek, June 22 1910—There is no better physical exercise than tennis playing:. Anyone can have the privilege of using the tennis ground on paymeent of a seasons fee of 50 cents* to he naid to J. P. Dennett, treasurer of the Lawn Tennis club. The band concerts have been bene ficial to the merchants and business places on Saturday evening, bringing in many shoppers. These concerts will be held all summer. Now is the time when a subscriber, to the water service appreciates what a nice thingit is to have water at your command every hour of the day for the benefit of your lawn, which is being scorched in the hot sun from morning till night, and what a nice thing it is to sprinkle your garden. You reap .the benefits everyday; the charges being nominal, no bouse owner can afford to be without it. Thee Johnson Creek Military band serenaded Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiepert Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. E. Dowe went to Delafield Tuesday, and returned with her daughter Gretchen, who has been attending the institution at that place. Ewald Stiehm, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Stiehm, has been appointed athletic director and football coach of Ripon College at Ripon, Wis. Miss Olive Raithel has been visit ing with relatives at Fort Atkinson. George Cook of Watertown, has been substitute in Burleton’s place while the latter has been on his vaca tion. Miss Mildred Mansfield came home Thursday from Lowell, Mass., where she completed her studies. Her friend. Miss Edlefson, who will visit with her a few weeks, accompanied her. Mrs. 0. Martens of Chicago, has been visiting with relatives. H. J. Grell was a Capital City visitor Friday and Saturday forenoon. W. C. Stone of Watertown, spent part of Saturday in the village. Mrs. Fred Grell and children re turned Saturday evening from Chicago where she spent a few weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Pearce of Milwaukee, were guests at the F. O. Mansfield residence Saturday and Sunday. Harley Drews and Ernest Green wood returned Saturday from Madi son, having finished their studies for the season. Mibb Mabel Benuecke is spending the week with Miss Evora Sbakshesky at Watertown. B. Dennnett of Janesville, visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dennett Thursday and Friday. An interestnig program has been completed for Monday July 4tb, and something will be doing all the time to entertain visitors. Walter Grell and George Christians came home from Madison Monday, and expect to spend the summer with their respective parents. Geo. Cbappel was married at Muk wonago last Thursday to Miss Lela Blatt of that place. They came here Saturday evening and will start housekeeping in the residence recently vacated by Mr. anJ Mrs. Logue. H. Guetzlaff of Watertown, visited a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dowe. Mrs. F. C. Mansfield, Misses Mildred Mansfield and Miss Edelfaon attended a party given at Madison Friday by the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Wm. Peters and granddaughter Irene Scbineder went to Milwuakee Friday, for a visit with relatives. Geo. Christians is entertaining bis friend, A. O. Share, of the Wis consin University. The ceremony of laying the corner stone of the new Lutheran church will take place on Sunday, July 3rd, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mansfield and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers motored to Milwaukee yesterday and expect to return sometime today. Mrs. H. O. Christians, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Drews and Will Schneider went to Lowell yesterday in Mr. Christian’s automobile. The people of Huetisford will vote on on the issuance of bonds for con structing a waterworks system next Saturday. Representatives of chat community were here some time ago inspecting oui* plant and were well pleased with the same. Farmington. Farmington. June 22, 1910-There was a German school picnic at Helen ville Sunday, Ihe Heienville Militray band furnished the music. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kleinsteeiber and daughter Violet, attended the funeral of Mrs. O. Schultz, formerly Clara Maas, at Concord Sunday. Quite a few from here attended the German M. E. campmeeting at Watertown last week. The school in District No. 1 closed last Friday with a picnic in the school yard. Miss Agnes Luedtke was called to her home Thursday on account of the death of her father. C. F. Weber s the owner of a new gaosline engine. Concord. Concord, June 21, 1910—In last week's items from Concord it should have read that Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Frank celebrated their wooden wed ding, having been marrie dfive years. Geo. Willard is under the doctor's care, the result of stepping upon a spike. Wm. Hazelwood had his right hand crushed in a saw mill, neces sitating the amputation of one finger. The mill burned to the ground. Willie Knaauk is home from St. Mary’s hospital. Edward Bankert is selling quantites of straw berries. It is predicted that if the drought continues, buttei will reach the dollar market price as the pastures are sere and brown. Mr. and Mrs. Clark of Palmyra, were Sunday visitors at C. B. Adams’s. Milford Milford, June 23, 1910—Miss Mabel Gallup was tendered s very pleasant surprise party a her home last Friday evening in honor of her birthday an niversary. The evening was delight fully spent in games and music, in tercepted by a delicious lunch of ice cream, cake and oher deiiaccies. At one o’clock the guests departed, de claring they had enjoyed a very plea sant evening and that Miss Mabel was a splendid hostess. Those pre sent were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gallup and daughter Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rutherford and daughter Jessie, Herb. Gallup and family, Alfred Spitzer and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Spitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wegner. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Silliman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roglitz, Mrs. Myra Prescott, Jessie Schaefer, Della Krueger. Francees Wilke, Lena Bobnsack, Laura Lehman, Elizabeth Richart, Rheinhart Woltgram, Edward and Frank Krueger, Walter Vandre, Arnim Yandree. Frank Bohnsack. Max Hahn, Charlie Wendt, Julius Kugath, Neal Fuller of Antigo. A great many from here attended the camp meeting at Watertown last Sunday. Ed Saecker and family of Lake Mills, were seen on our streets luen day evening. Cbas. Regelim and Lizzie Reno of Fort Atkinson, spent Wednesday with Mrs. K. Schneider. H. Kickeman and family attended the funeral of his father at Rome last Tuesday. Children’s Day program at the M. E. church next Sunday, hlbo at the Evangelical church. John Hooper was a Lake Mills visitor last Tuesday. Hon J. T. Moak of Fort Atkinson, visited friends in this city Sunday. Just received, a nice lie of dressers and chiffoniers at The Centra) Trading Cos. It has been good and warm during the week, to make up for the cold weather lst winter. Mrs. John Dobler is in Milwaukee in attendance at the School Teacher’s convention, which has been in session in that city during the week. Children * Cry FOII FLETCHER’S C ASTORIA Ixonla. Ixonia. June 23, 1910—Fred Pautz Sundayed at Watertown, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marlow and little son Everett, spent Sunday even ing with Pipersville friends. Ixonia village was well represented at Miss O’Brien’s school entertain ment and picnic, given at her school in North Ixonia last Friday evening. Richard Humphrey, H. B. McCall's substitute as rural mail deliverer, acted as such a few days of last weak. Miss Mary G, Jones of Chicago, is the guest of relatives here. Miss Ella Roberts of Fort Atkin son, is spending the present week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts. Miss Agnes McCall is a guest of her sister. Mrs, Powers of Waterloo. Miss Martha Dahms has been a guest of relatives at Rome the past week. The people of this vicinity are con templating on having a picnic the Fourth. Where it is to be held has not yet been decided upon. Watch next week’s items. Henry Degner was among those from here who attended the Band Tournament at Juneau Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Davis and little son William, and Mrs. D. D. Davis ot Oconomowoc. Sundayed with friends here. Miss Viola Marlow olayed at a re cital given by her teacher, Prof. Mul len of Watertown, at Harland last Friday evening. A few from here attended the play entitled “Merchant of Venice,*’ given bv the Senior class of the Watertown High school last Friday evening. Rev. W. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pugh and Mrs. E. R. Reese and daughter Mrs. Richard Pritchard, Jr., attended the State convention given at Cambria, Wis., last week. Mr. Johnson of Oconomowoc. was a business visitor in this vicinity last Saturday. Messrs. Wm. Griffiths of Oconomo woc and brother of Lake Geneva, were in our midst last Sunday. Children’s Pay exercises will be held at the M. E. church next Sunday evening. The urogram promises to be a pleasing one. One and all cor dially invited to attend. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Humphrey of Pipersville, were callers at the 0. H. Roberts home last Monday evening. David Evans and a friend of Wales, spent Sunday at the former's home. Misses Phyllis and Lois Crandall of Milwaukee, visited their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wills a few days of this week. Ed Morris, who has been employed at West Bend, was obliged to come home last Tuesday, be being taken ill. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H, Wills were callers on Oconomowoc friends last Tuesday evening. Miss Maria Richards of Watertown, is snending a few days with Mrs. Horace Humphrey. Thomas Roberts of Pipersville, called on his brother. O. H. Roberts, last Tuesday afternoon. His many friends here are glad to hear of his recovery. A. A. 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