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Fresh and Salt Meats Highest Market Price Paid for Poultry and Live Stock. Tekphone 35 208 West Main Street WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN Brooks Sc Boyle 217 West Main St. Embalmers&Funeral Directors < a U promptly attended to and best of services ganranteed. Night and Day Telephone Service. - LADY ASSISTANT. THOS, BROOKS JAMES W. BOYLE 3-4 W, Main St. 217 W. Main St. ROBT. W.LUECK Attorney and v Coumelor-at-Law llertel .fc Hoffmann Block, Main St. Watertown, Wisconsin. Frank Tcrcinski 302 East Main Street (ABOVE GRUBE’S SHOE STORE) Manufacturers of aP kinds of Hair Goods and Shampoo Parlors Switches and Curley Puffs, made of Combings O. C RIEBE BEET AND SUPERINTENDENT OFFICE 310 Main Street. A. O. Meyer DENTISTS No. 102 Main Street, next to Mor dants National Bank, Watertown, Wis. ’Phone 143-Y W.A. KRAHIiER Wholesale and Retail BAKERY 114 W. Main St., Thonn i55-Y The only home made kettle boiled Lin seed Oil in the city, sold by THE J. B. MURPHY COMPANY Also good things in of Wall Paper. Window Shades, Pic ture Frames. Machine Oils Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable Hacks for Weddings, Funerals and Parties. Careful Drivers Provided First - Glass In Every Respect All orders will receive prompt atten tion. Good service. Prices reason able. Patronage solicited. Phone 41-y HENRY J. KRUEGER & SON PROPRIETORS 116=118 North First Street Watertown, Wis. POPULAR WANTS. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—We have a scholarship in the Mil waukee Business College for sale, which will be sold cheap for cash. Some young man who wishes to take a business course, should make application at the Leader office, Watertown, Wis. |[First Pub.—June 8 4 t.J Notice of Proceedings STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY COURT, JEFFERSON COUNTY. In Probate. In the matter’of thelestate of Louise Goeldner, late of the city of Watertown, in said county, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the County Court, to be held in and for said County, at the city hall in the city of Watertown, in said county, on the sth day of July A. D. 1911, at the opening of court on that day or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, the follow ing matters will be heard and considered: The petition ol Robert Goeldner. executor of said estate, praying for the examination and allow ance ot his final account therein.including debts and claims paid net filed and allowed, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the persons entitled thereto according to law and the last will of said deceased. Dated this 2nd day of June A. D. 1911. By the Court: Charles B. Rogers, County Judge. C. R. Blumenfeld* Attorney. KIkLTHE COUCH and CUREtnc LUNGS mraDR.KING'S new Discovery ropfOUGKS pgtCt 50* Br* 1.001 VOLDS I ‘TRIAL BOTTLE FREE AHD ALL THROAT AND LUWC TROUBLES 'guaranteed SAT/SFACTOPr Carl F. Nowack UNDERTAKER And Licensed Emtalmer, Reliable and Satisfactory Service Given Undertaking Rooms: Cor. N. 4th and Madison Sts. Phones—s 4 v and 298 y Watertown, Wis. YAWKEY-CROWLEY LUMBER CO. Lumber, Lath and Shingles Watertown, - Wisconsin Dr. Eugene Ooeldner DENTIST Evans Block No. 103 flam St. Up Stairs. L. A. Willenbockel Architect and Superintendent Designer of Residences, Stores and Office Bldgs, Schools and Public Bldgs. Phone 305-Y 102 Main Street Watertown, Wls. Dr. U. N. Barber, DENTIST No. 1 MAIN STREET Watertown, Wisconsin (Over Salick’s Jewelry Store) MADISON SANITARIUM MADISON, WISCONSIN A place for sick people to get well, and a place for tired people to rest. All communications cheerfully and promptly answered. DR. W. E. LYONS DENTIST Masonic Temple Office ’Phone 264-X; Res. Phone T7B-w Chas. A. Kadfng Elizabeth Holste Kadln 8 Kading & Kading A ttor n eys-at- Law ♦ Masonic Temple WATERTOWN W IS. Phone 163-8 Res. 168-2 CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of C SGHMUTZLER AND KRIER / FURNITURE Embalmefs-Funeral Directors ’Phone 65-x Residence 100-x 401 Main St., Watertown. W Wisconsin Inventors The following patents were just issued to Wisconsin inventors, reported by D. Swift & Cos. Patent Lawyers, Washing ton, D. C., who will furnish copies of any patent for ten cents apiece to our readers. William C. Blaska, Baraboo, Lighter; Paul Bowde, Waukesha, Window; Fred erick Cronemiller, Superior, Cardoor; Isaac S. Freeman, Centuria, Gearing; Frank Harvat, Eastman, Coupling pole for traction engines; Herman Tenham, Brandon, Equalizing drive mechanism; George P. Winsall, Burlington, Railway tie. Board of Education 9 ' Qualifications: Second grade city cer tificate with one years’ [experience or a Normal school diploma. FIFTH GRADE. Salary Ist year per school month. .S3B 00 2d year per school month 40 00 3rd year per school month 43 00 4th year per school month 45 00 sth year per school month 48 00 6th year per school month 53 00 Qualifications: Second grade city cer tificate with not less than two years ex perience in a graded system of schools, or a Normal school diploma. SIXTH GRADE. Salary Ist year per school month. .140 00 2d year per school month 42 00 3rd year per school month 44 00 4th year per school month 47 00 sth year per school month 50 00 6th year per school month 55 00 Qualifications: First grade city certi ficate and not less than two years’ ex perience in a graded system of schools, or a Normal schooL diploma. SEVENTH GRADE. Salary Ist year per school month. .$42 00 2d year per school month 44 00 3rd year per school month 46 00 4th year per school month 48 00 sth year per school month 50 00 6th year per school month 52 00 7th year per school month 55 00 Bth year per school month 60 00 Qualifications: First grade city certi ficate and not less than three years’ ex perience in a graded school system, or a Normal school diploma. EIGHTH GRADE. Salary Ist year per school month. .$47 00 2d year per school month 49 00 3rd year per school month 52 00 4th year per school month 54 00 sth year per school month 57 00 6th year per school month 59 00 7th year per school month 62 00 Bth year per school month 67 00 Qualifications: First grade city certi ficate and not less than three years’ ex perience in a graded school system, or a Normal school diploma. Note 1. Grade teachers appointed to principalship in Webster school and Lincoln school shall receive $15.00 per school month in addition to their grade salaries for services as principal. Grade teachers appointed to the principalship in Douglas school shall receive SIO.OO per month additional to their regular salar ies for services as principal. 2. Regular grade teachers doing com bined work, shall receive $5.00 per month additional to their grade salaries. 3. Male teachers shall receive $5.00 per month more than female teachers in the same grade. 4. Graduating from a Normal school shall be considered to four years exper ience in teaching in fixing salaries. 5. Graduation from colledges equal to Normal school shall be considered the same as Normal school graduates in re gard to salaries. 6. The salary of grade assistants shall be determined by the schedule of the highest grade in which they teach not less than two periods per day. 7. Experienced teachers, acting as substitutes, shall receive three-fourths of the regular teacher’s salary for the first week, or fraction thereof; for all time over one school week they shall re ceive the regular teacher’s full salary. The compensation rf inexperienced teachers, acting as substitutes, shall be fixed by the Superintendent and Com mittee on Teachers and Instruction, but in no case shall the compensation exceed two-thirds of the regular teacher’s salary for whom such substitutes act. 8. Teachers who take special interest in their work and show progress will be considered for promotion. The clerk was instructed to have 300 copies of the same printed, all voting in the affirmative. The committee on Teachers and Insti tution submitted the following report on the appointment of teachers which was adopted, all voting in the affirmative. The Hon, Board of Education, Watertown, Wis. Gentlemen; Your Committee on Teachers and In struction to whom was referred the ap plications of teachers for positions in tie public schools of this city have had tfce same under careful consideration and recommend the re-appointment of the following teachers for the ensuing school year, 1911 and 1912, with salaries per school month as set opposite their re spective names, in accordance with the provisions of the schedule of wages for Primary, Intermediate and Grammer grades, adopted by the Board of Educa tion June 7th, 1911, the Board reserving the right to assign teachers their re spective grades from time to time as the interests of the schools may demand. 1 WEBSTER SCHOOL. Bth Grade and Principal—lda Kopp, per school month $82.00 Bth Grade—Catherine Ryan, per school month 67.00 7th Grade—Mary Weise, Bper school month 60.00 6th Grade —Mary Giblin, per school month 55.00 sth Grade—Thekla Krebs, per school month 53.00 4th Grade—Hilda Krueger, per school month 44.00 3rd Grade — 2d Grade—Florence Pillar, per school month 52,00 I Ist Grade—Myrtle Huber, | per school month 55.00 2 LINCOLN SCHOOL. 7th Grade and Principal—Mary Crangle, per school month $75.00 6th Grade—Ella Sipp, per school month 55.00 sth Grade —Catherine Brasky, per school month 53.00 4th Grade—Emma Wittchow, per school month 52.00 3rd Grade —Helen Riley, per school month 37.00 2d Grade—Mamie Stacy, per school month 52.00 Ist Grade—Anna Holland, per school month 55.00 |3 DOUGLAS SCHOOL. 7th and 6th Grades and Principal Edna J. Voss, per school m0nth..575.00 6th and sth Grades —Sophia Koehler, per school month 60.00 4th Grade —Alvina Kirchhoff, per school month 52.00 3rd Grade —Anna Goeeke, per school month 50.00 2d Grade—Matie Moran, per school month 52.00 Ist Grade —Ida Barganz, per school month 55.00 4 HIGH SCHOOL. R. J. White —Chemistry and Mathamatics $85.00 Marie E. Killian —English 85.00 Hilda Volkmau—German-Algebra. 75.00 Gertrude Gesley—Physical Geography] 70.00 Fred D. Cross—Commercial Teacher $120.00 F. 0. Edwards—Manual Training Drawing $95.00 Anna Blackburn—Domestic Science $75.00 This leaves a vacancy to be filled by the Board in the 3rd grade of Webster School for which position there are four applications by home teachers, applica tions for that grade by n m residents not being considered by your committee. In the High School there is a vacancy in the position of first assistant principal Mr. Thos. J. Berto, the present assistant principal being an applicant for the position of Superintendent of Schools and Principal of the High School in place of Mr. W. P. Roseman, resigned. The place of the teacher of Latin is also vacant, Miss Lilia Pomeroy having withdrawn her application for re-appoint ment, also Miss Allen. For these three places there are no applications at pre sent in the hands of your Committee. Dated, Watertown, Wis„ June 7,1911. Respectfully submitted, Wm. F. Voss, M. O’Malley, George G, Cooley. Committee on Teachers and Instruc tion. Miss Florence Archie was elected teacher of the 3rd grade in Webster School, wages $50.00 per school month. On the recommendation of the Com mittee on Teachers and Instruction the following teachers certificates granted, by the Board on the result of an examin ation held by the Superintendent: First grade: Catherine Brosky; Second grade, Helen Reilly. The petition for appoint ing a supervisor of Music was referred back to the Board without recommenda tion. The following resolution by Mr. Wood ard was adopted, all voting in the affir mative. Mr. Voss not voting. Resolved that the Board of Education add the teaching of Music to the Curri culum of the Public Schools and that the Committee on teachers and instruction receive applications for the position of Supervisor of Music and report same to the Board at its first meeting in July next with recommendation of salary to be paid for such service. The clerk was instructed to notify teachers that they must file their accep tance by June 20th 1911. The vote by which the salary of Super intendent of Schools and Principal of the High School was fixed at $2,100.00 per annum at the last meeting was recon sidered. The salary of Superintendent of Schools and Principal of the High School was fixed at $1,800.00 per annum, all voting in the affirmative. Mr. Thomas J. Berto was elected by a vica voce vote as Superintendent of the Public Schools and Principal of the High School to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. W. P. Roseman, re ceiving the following votes: Cooley, Frattinger, Moore, O’Malley, Woodard, Voss The plans and specifications of the Downey Heating and Supply Cos., for ' heating and ventilating Webster School, as amended and carried by the Committee on Buildings and Grounds were adopted, all voting in the affirmative. The Committee on Buildings and Grounds was instructed to advertise for sealed proposals for heating and venti lating said school according to the plans and specifications adopted by the Board such sealed proposals to be submitted to the Board on or before June 22, 1911, at 7 o’clock p. m., all voting in the affirma tive. The bid of Louis Scholl for tearing down and moving all old material in Webster school on account of installing a heating and ventilating plant was adopted at the sum of SIIO.OO, all voting in the affirmative. The contract for publishing the pro ceedings of the Roard of Education was let to P. H. Swift to be printed in the Watertown Weekly Leader at 25 dts. per folio, all voting in the affirmative. The Board adjourned, Carl R. Feld, Clerk. The Markets. RETAIL BUTTER AND EGGS Eggs—Strictly fresh, 13 cents Butter—Dairy, 21 to 22cents;creamerv 26 cents The following quotations on buttei, eggs, vegetables and fruit are up-to-date and furnished the Leader by the best local authorities. VEGETABLES Potatoes, 15 cents per peck; 60 per bushel. Cabbage—s cents a pound Onions —7 cents pound FRUITS Lemons —Dozen 25 cents to 35 cents Oranges—Dozen 20 cents to 40 cents FARM PRODUCE The following quotations are reported by E. Graeszel. 300 West Main street: Beans—s2.oo Eggs—ll Live Chickens 11 to 12 cents BUTTER Chicago, June 14,1911 —Stead} C eam ery—Extra, 21K cents; Print 223* cents firsts, 22 to 23 cents; seconds, 16 to 17 cents; dairy, 18 cents CHEESE Chicago June, 14 1911—Steady Daisies 11 to 12 cents; twins, 10 *to 10 cents; young Americas, 14 cents BARLEY The following quotations for barley is reported by H. Wertheimer, Barley Head quarters. Main Street Barley—Bsc GRAINS AND FLOUR Red winter wheat—Boc White winter wheat—Boc Spring No. I—Boc Spring No. 2—7Bc Spring No. 3—76 Corn— 52 cents Rye—77 cents Oats —33 cents Patent Flour—sl.4o sack; $5.60 bbl. Straight Flour—ss.oo per bbl; $1.25 per sack Middlings—Per cwt., $1.35 Bran—sl.3s R.ve Feed —$1.20 Lightning Kills Few. In 1906 lightning killed only 169 people in this whole country. One’s chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million. 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