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W Motto or The Leader; |j Do all (food you can. Ji To uii the people you can, ~i ri In all (he ways you c an, JT, All the time you can. irtl r. f=~v~- '"—" ■ -~ SOME COME; OTHERS GO Cook With Gas. Smoke “Latest Out.” 5c cittar Mrs. P. H. Lehman spent Friday iu Milwaukee. James E, Killian of Milwaukee was a Sunday visitor here. William Kelly was home from Mil waukee over Sunday. Miss Lillian Feldschneidor is visit ing relatives in Chicago. George J. Nickels transacted busi ness in Milwaukee Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Brendel spent the day in Oconomowoc. L. A. Knick and Miss Cora Kuesier spent Sunday in Waterloo. Herbert Brennecke was home from Waukegan, 111., to spend Sunday. Douglas Pieritz of Milwaukee is in the city the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuehn spent the past few days in Milwaukee. Miss Cora Lotz left today for Mil waukee to enjoy a few day’s visit. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Krueger spent Sunday with relatives in Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Goeldner and children spent Sunday in Beaver Dam. Miss Elsie Podew'els has returned from a few days visit in Milwaukee. Smoke “Latest Out,” 5c cigar Mrs. George C. Lewis and son, Thomas, have returned from several weeks visit in Ontario, Canada. ROYAL BAK-SG Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal CrapiCreamofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zier are parents of a girl baby born to them Friday. Harry Downing of Philadelphia is a guest at the home of his uncle, H. A. Downing. Miss Nellie Burke of Milwaukee is spending a few days at her parents’ home here. Raymond Downing of St. Louis is visiting at the home of his parents in Third street. Mrs. William Dahms and children have returned from a visit with rela tives in Rome. Miss Tillie Brendel has returned from a few weeks visit in Chicago and Janesville. Mrs. G. W. Norris of Waukesha is visiting her parents, Air. and Mrs. John Habhegger. E. V. Leschinger, Albert Koser and Florence Jones spent Labor day at Waukesha Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemke of Mil waukee are guests at the home of Edward Winkler. Miss Irma Krueger left Monday for Milwaukee to enter the state normal school as a student. Dr. Barber’s dental office is now over Salick’s Jew elry store, next to bridge. |lliw I UR IA I For Infants and Children. CASTOR! A I The Kind You Have ISPWSIBiH I Always Bough! AVcgetablcPrcparationforAs- gj * similatmgthcToodaadßegula~ 1| „ , i? ting the Stomachs andßowels of H LjQO Jf f \ ; I Signature / Promotes THfestion.Cheerful- || / y ness and ResLContai ns neither I Jfp. /iff Opium/Morphine nor "Mineral. || VJx Ml\ j KotKvrcotic. § \lir aSOU I* SAMUEL PITCHER 1 | l/\ ' Pumpkin SetiL" I ■SL * Alx.Sama * } gp! l/l ■ jio<A,iusdu~ j ■ ya % iH > | A . ]TV In BiCartmekSU** ( <■ll 111 fiirmStcd- * ■ Ip B _ _ f/% X Ose A perfect Remedy for Conshpa- |f | IK tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, SI Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- Si \ JU Lam |)iiam oess and Loss of Sleep. V# lUf y| y [ Facsimile Signature cf ■ I ■ I Thirty Years I EXACT copy OF WRAFPEB. ■Sj Rjg ggl 111 KP ||— THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOUR CITY. Smolro “Latent Out.” 5c cigar Miss Rose Runzler has resumed 1 her position a.s millinery trimmer for Miss Millie Roller. The Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Meinert and children of Hope, Ind., were visi tors in town Thuiaday. G. L. Evans and son of Beloit spent Surpay with the forager’s mother, Mrs. D. J. Evans, route 9. Miss Anna M, Holland has returned from Minneapolis, where she spent the school vacation period. There is a feeling of comfort in having one’s valuables in Ihe bank of M ater town. Only three dollars a year. DRESSMAKER—WiII work at home of patrons or take work at her own home. Prices moderate. Telephone No. 176-x. William Beckmann, Mr. Jennings, Misses Charlote O’Brien and Della Feldschneider spent Sunday at Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Webb and daughter, Evelyn, and Mrs. John Chapman and baby are visiting in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Creuz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kehr and son Lewis were among the Oconomowoc visit ors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Engel of Beaver Dam returned home today af ter a visit with the former’s brother, Herman Engel. FOR RENT.- Furnished rooms in de sirable port of the city on the west side. Price reasonable. Inquire at the Leader coffle, 108 Second street. The man of moderate means should not hesitate to make use of our safe de posit vaults. Only twenty-five cents a month. Rank of Watertown. Harry Krier of Winona, Minn, is a visitor in the city for a few days. He intends entering the undertaking business in Winona soon. Miss Anna Smith was guest of honor at a linen shower given by Miss (Edna Chadwick at her home in West street Friday afternoon. Carl Pieritz, who holds a responsi ble position with the Armour Packing Company in Chicago, is spending a brief vacation at his home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Lange of Fond du Lac have returned to their home after a few days visit at the home of the former's brother, Ferdinand Lange, town of Lebanon. Miss Millie Roller would call the at tention of the ladies of Watertown and vicinity to the fact that she is now show ing her new fall line of millinery and fancy goods. A call and inspection will prove valuable. —tf Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S OAST O R I A H. O. Schoechert of Vesper, Wood county, a former Watertown business man, is in the city for a few days. He says the crops in that section of the state are excellent and that there is an abundance of feed. Smoke “Latest Out.” 5c cijar Dr. Barber’s dental office is now over Salick’s Jew elry store, next to bridge. I M iss Lillian Feldschueider is visiting relatives in Chicago. F; B. Schneider was a business vLltor at Fort Atkinson Monday. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Max Kusel and son sp'-ut Friday in Milwaukee. Misses Anna and Bertha Keck were Milwaukee visitors Sunday. Joseph Lange has returned from a visit of a few days at Dousmanu. William 11. Hawkins and son George, virited Chicago relatives last week. Mrs. A. E. Voss spent a part of last week with friends at Johnson Creek. Mrs. F. R. Scholl of Johnson Creek, spent Friday with friends in this city. Miss Tiilie Brendel is back home from a visit with relatives at Johnson Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dent and daugh ter, Miss Grace, spent Sunday at Lake Mills. Miss Margie Evans is at Eugene, Ore gon, visiting her friend, Miss Emily Weber. Mrs. Helen Deimel Roglitz enjoyed herself with friends at Oconomowoc Monday. Mrs. Henry Muiberger and baby have returned from a visit with relatives at Janesville. Read all the advertisements in the Leader and then do business with tuosc who advertise. George Koenig of the Koenig Bros. Milling Cos., was a business visitor Tues day at Juneau. Curtis Harrison left Saturday for Chi cago, to join his parents who have locat ed in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uehling and daughter. Miss Linda, visited Richwood relatives Sunday. Mrs. Julius Fuermann of Chicago, is a guest at the home of Mrs. Bursiuger, North First street. Miss Isadore O’Brien left Saturday for Chicago, in which city she will spend her vacation of a week. Miss Finette Schneider of Milwaukee, was the guest Sunday of her aunt, Mrs A, J. O’Brien and family. Miss Anna Miller has resumed her duties as saleslady in the Bargain Store after a vacation of a week. Mrs. Newton Briggs of Madison, was a guest Friday and Saturday at the Swift home, 109 N. Church street. Mrs. 11. L. Kerr arid daughter, Miss Eileen, returned Saturday from a visit with relatives in Janesville. Edward J. Broenimann of New York, is here on his annual visit at his old home and with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Humphrey of Pi persville, were visitors here Saturday ev ening, trading and visiting friends. Guido Wiggenhorn of Milwaukee, was a guest Sunday at the home of his fath er, C. Wiggenhorn, 215 Sixth street. Mrs. G. M. Gahlmann and Miss Annie Kehoe have visited their neice, Mrs. James Dunn, at Ripon during the week. If you want an auto, do not forget that Copeland-Roach Motor Cos. lias just what you want—the best in the market. Mrs. E. D. Delaney of Oeonomowoc, Watertown Wednesday, the guest of her sister-in law, Mrs. Thomas Brooks. Mrs. A. Frank and daughters, Edna and Selma, have returned from an ex tended visit with relatives at Louisville, Neb. Saturday, 7,000 pounds of cheese were sold in this city for shipment, the price per pound ranging from 12 M to 12*4 cents. Miss Marie Mentink, chief desk in the Wisconsin Telephone exchange, has re turned from a visit with friends in Den ver, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford and son Frederick of Oshkosh, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Schnei der Monday. Mrs. C. A. Vaughn ami daughters, May ami Pearl, and Charles Lange and Frank Sloan enjoyed an auto trip to Milwaukee Friday. Paul Valerius, who had been a guest of his grandparents, Capt. and Airs. Fred Kusel, for several days, left for Chicago, his home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hart of Oshkosh, were entertained Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woodard, 423 North Washington street, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Liebermann and children have returned after spending a few weeks most pleasantly in the north ern part of the state. C. N. Van Ordcn left Monday morning for a trip to Texas with a party of pros pective land purchasers. He will be ab sent about ten days. Peter Thauer, the rotund and prosper ous Emmet farmer and stock buyer, was in this city Saturday meeting friends and getting off jokes on them. FOUND.—Saturday in West Main street, a boy’s jacket. The owner can obtain same by calling at the Leader office and paying for this notice. Miss Leona Steinmaun is the guest at Decatur, 111., of her friend, Mrs. Roy Major, who came here for her with an auto and they had a delightful trip. Children Cry FOR FUTCHER’S C ASTO R 1 A. During Monday evening some per son created damage at St. John's Lutheran school where Otto Biefeld & Cos. are installing plumbing. Anew glass urinal which was not unpacked was smashed to pieces. .The piece cost §lO5. There is no clue to the perpetrators of the act. Harry Conaut and George Euper, who have been attending a naval training academy at Norfolk, Va„ are visiting in the city for a few days and upon their return will be assigned to ships, having served their apprenticeship in the naval aca demy. They joined the service last spring for four years. Tons of stoves at The Central Trading Cos. Gustav Bax is visiting relatives at Jefferson. Whips at wholesale prices at The Cen tral Trading Cos. Miss Esther Wendorf was an Oconomo woc visitor Monday. Walter Zarwcll and Arthur Lemke spent Labor Day at Oconomowoc. Mrs. L. Mendenhall has returned from a brief visit in Milwaukee. Rapid delivery, all goods delivered by auto at the Central Trading Cos. Dr. F. C. Werner is visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. John Probst, at St. Paul,-Minn. Miss Lanora Schaeffer is spending a few days with relatives in Water loo. Mrs, H, A. Long of Columbus is spending a few days with friends here. Mrs. R. M. Bates and J. C. Conklin were the guests of friends in Chicago yesterday. We are marching upward and onward and buying our goods of The Central Trading Cos. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McLaughlin are parents of a girl baby born to them Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hildemann have gone to Milwaukee where they will reside. Miss Kittle Green of Milwaukee is spending a few* days vacation at her home here. IN LOVE and afraid to get married, when you can get a housekeeping outfit so cheap of The Central Trading Cos. Mrs. Emil Podewell and Mrs. Jen nie Brennecke have returned from a few weeks visit with relatives in Oriska, N. D. John Schneider will go to Water town tomorrow to enter the employ of the Barker Lumber and Fuel Cos. — Portage Democrat. Miss Gertrude Beyer has returned to her home in New London after having spent the past few weeks with relatives and friends here. The funeral of Mr. Gustav Gloger will take place Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the home. The burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. Mrs. F. H. Niere and daughter Eva returned today from a week’s visit with the former’s sister, Mrs. Rachel Cooper, Big Rapids, Michigan. John Schoeberle, the happy, successful farmer in the town of Shields, was in the city Saturday acting as an escort to Peter Thauer and John McAdams. A little daughter made her advent Monday morning in the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brandt, and the father receives congratulations with becoming joy. Will Rhoda of Concord, and Miss Helen Adsit of this city, spent Thursday even ing with friends at Oconomowoc, mak ing the trip from here in Mr. Rhoda’s auto. A. R. Eberle left Sunday for Quebec, Canada, on a pleasure trip. Returning, lie will stop at Niagara City, where he will attend the druggists’ national con vention. Mr. and Mrs, R. Rodeck and children will move from Oconomowoc to this city having purchased a residence here. Mr. Rodeck will engage in the real estate business. Misses Helen Schatz, Anita Krueger, Della Wilkow'ski, Anastasia Regan and Elsa Cruger have returned to the Nor mal school in Milwaukee in which they are students. A. F. Baumann, Ferd. Schmutzler, Ary Keel, A, C. Krueger and August Schott were up in the northern part of the state on a hunting expedition several days of late. Edward Moore of Milwaukee, one of the original charter members of the Phoenix Fire Cos., was here Labor Day, the guest of his uncle, George Hawkins, and brother-in-law, Edward Sipp. A horse becoming frightened, backed a buggy Friday afternoon into a street car at the east end of the Main street bridge. The motorman stopped the car in time to avoid a serious accident. F. C. Francis and family have re turned from Winneconne Lake where they spent the past few weeks. They made the trip in their auto and re port very good roads along the route. Mrs. Kate Delaney, Mrs. Alice Collins, daughter Alice and sons Steve and Eugene of Milwaukee, were guests dur ing the week at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Deimel. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CAST O R I A Jolm McAdams, one of the substantial citizens of Richwood, was a visitor in Watertown Saturday and met many friends. He recently invested in an auto mobile and will now enjoy himself be tween spells. Attorney Nicholas Thauer was a pro fessional visitor at Juneau Tuesday. He was accompanied by Otto Schwiefel of the town of Lebanon, to serve as a juror in the circuit court now iu session for Dodge county. Labor Day was observed to some ex tent in this city. The places of business were closed iu the afternoon, flags floated from many business buildings and there was a labor picnic at the Island after noon and evening. There is no truth in the report that the common council was favorably dis posed toward granting a licence for a saloon iu the basement of the public library. It was evidently intended as a slur on our city fathers. Miss Ella McAdams of Chicago, and one of the successful teachers in that city, left for home Saturday afternoon, having spent a part of her vacation at Richwood and in Watertown, being the guest of Mrs. Thomas Brooks while here. Mr. and Mrs. W. Radtke and Miss Nel lie Rinehart were among the fans who attended the ball game at Oconunovvoc Monday. Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Wheat-fill, Mrs. E. R. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. John Sehempf autoed today to Milwaukee in Mr. neat fill's auto. Mrs. William Meyer will move to Mil waukee next week, where she and her daughter Gertie will keep house, they having rented a fiat. Misses Clara Reichardt, Alvina Gruel, Tillie Kaercher and Elia Bayerlein spent Thursday evening at Jefferson, making the trip by auto. Little drops of water, little grains of sand, make the mighty ocean and the finest laud, and little prices and large sales have made the lot of satisfied cus tomers of The Central nrading Cos. A fire in a summer kitchen in the rear of the dwelling 1101 Western avenue owned by R. H. Brennecke and occupied by Carl F. Nowack, called out the fire department Friday noon. The depart ment extinguished the fire. The loss was slight. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klauscli and two children and Leonard Klauscli of John son Creek, were in Watertown Saturday on a shopping expedition and during their stay, the two gentlemen visited the Leader office and helped us while away a few moments very pleasantly. It required six cars on the Internrban to convey the baseball enthusiasts from this city to Oconomowoc Monday to wit ness the game between the Watertown and Oconomowoc teams—and the crowd returned in the evening mightily well pleased with the result; and the home team. Mrs. Wiihelmina Schulz, 242 Smith street, mother t to Frank Schulz, the dean of the local mail carriers, is cele brating to-day the eighty-sixth anniver sary of her birthday. She enjoys good health, her faculties arc unimpaired and she takes a keen interest in passing events. She lives with her daughter, at the number and street above mentioned. FOR SALE. —A scholarship in the Williams Business College, Milwaukee. Cost .$65.(X), will be sold for $30.00, and a scholarship in the International Cor respondence School at Scranton, Penn. Cost $60.00 and will be sold for $25.00. A good opportunity for a young man wishing either a business or technical edueatmn. Inquire at the Leader office, Watertown, Wis. WANTED.—Good Housekeeping Maga zine requires the services of a represent ative in Watertown to look after sub scription renewals and to extend circu lation by special methods which have proved unusually successful. Salary and commission. Previous experience desir able, but not essential. W hole time or spare time. Address, with references. J. F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeging Magazine, 381 Fourth Aye., New York City.—2t Elect Officers. At a meeting of the Woman’s guild of St. Paul’s church Wednesday af ternoon the following officers were elected: President —Mrs. F. C. Moulding. Vice President —Mrs. Richard Krue ger. Treasurer —Mrs. William M. Cham lers. Secretary—Mrs. Gustav Buchheit. In the Social Kealm. At St. John’s Loth, chinch Thursday afternoon, the Rev. F. H. Eggers united in wedlock Mr. William Beck er and Miss Hattie Blank. Immediate relatives were present at the cere mony. The groom is an employe of the Brand-Dent company and his bride is spoken of as a most charm ing young lady. Watertown friends extend congratulations. Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church occurred the marriage of Mr. Philip Budahn of Emmet and Miss Ida Willing of the town of Watertown. The Rev. George Sandrock performed the ceremony. Mr. Hugo Budahn, brother of the groom, and Miss Bertha Willing, sis ter of the bride, were the attendants. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride’s par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willing, at which only relatives and immediate friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Budahn will reside on a farm in the town of Emmet. Yesterday p. m. at 2 o’clock at the rectory of St. Bernards Catholic church, Mr. William J. Buckley and Miss Celina Heon were united in wedlock. The Rev. Thomas Hennes sey, pastor of St. Bernard’s, officiated at the ceremony which was witnessed by immediate relatives only. At the conclusion of the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Buckley left for the east over the Milwaukee road and will visit places of interest in the New Eng land states and will be absent about four weeks. The groom has resided in Watertown sevfial years. He is proprietor of the Northwestern hotel in West Main street. His bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Heon and is an accomplished young lady who with her husband have the well wishes of a large circle of friends. Are Acting Fair. Editor of the Leader: If the city council was blamed for granting a license for a saloon at 300 West Main street in spite of the well reasoned protest of the pastor of St. Ber nard’s church, it is only fair to com mend the action taken at the meeting last Tuesday evening in reconsidering their previous vote and referring the matter back to the license committee for further consideration. This is certain ly acting fair and shows s£me respect for the wishes of St. Bernard’s commu nicants and the legal rights of the chil dren attending St. Bernard’s school. A West Sider, OPENING OF THE Rosebud <& Pine Ridge Indian Reservations South Dakota y if\f\ r 1 lleres °f rich la-u in Mellett # and Bennett Counties, South Dakota, will be opened for settlement by the U. S. Government. A chance for 160 acre farm at small cost in a region adapted to high grade agriculture and grazing. Produces large crops, corn, wheat, rye, barley, oats,*spe!tz and alfalfa. Register any Day—October 2 to 21, 1911 at Chamberlain or Rapid City South Dakota on the line of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway THE SHORTEST LINE TO THE RESERVATIONS On October 3 and 17 round trip homeseekers’ tickets will be on sale to Chomberlain and Rapid City at greatly reduced fares. Descriptive literature, maps and complete information will be sent FREE on request to F. A. MILLER, General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO IQH = WISCONSIN = IQII State pair Milwaukee, Sept. 12 = 16 An Educational Exposition of Agrkuitral Prog ess A Mirror of Wisconsin's Greatness Picturing the Best Efforts and Endeavors of the University of Wis. State Horticultural Society Cheese and Buttermakers Association Dairy and Beef Cattle Breeders Poultry and Pigeon Fanciers Machinery and Farm Utilities Manufacturers Fine Arts, Women’s Work, Education, Etc. Vou Must Bntertain to Instruct lO Bands of Music Free Vaudeville 16Trotting and Pacing Events $ 20,000 Purses The Progress of Aviation Afternoon and Evening Demonstrations by Aeroplanes, Dirigible and Hot Air Ballons in action at some time AND MANY OTHER FEATURES LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS ADMISSION 50 CENTS ~ J J RH solves the difficult problem of gettirg and keeping barn help. It will pay for itself in E3h one year—and will, with consistent use, last indefinitely. With this carrier you can B 8 quickly collect all the litter and—without further “forking”—bring it directly over ■I and dump it into your spreader or wagon. And when Hfiy ijj THE Keep Cows Increase B Bjl Healthy Profits H Kfj FEED CARRIERS EW are used in connection with James Automatic Self-Cleaning Manger and improved jfe3 Stalls, stock can be fed easily and quickly and without heavy lifting—while each animal Kpl receives its correct ration and cannot interfere with the others. Every farmer who is HH WM interested in better barn equipment should call and look over the complete James line. K||| It’s worth your while to look at these up-to-date barn conveniences. Whether you HS HH buy now or not, we will be glad to show them to you. B^S JAMES EQUIPMENT SOLD BY H. & O. Winkenwerder 207 MAUN STREET Watertown, = Wis. Short Time Investments MjTFunds wliicli you may want to use in a short should not be tied up in securities which will not mature for a long time. JIT Investments offering large interest rates and quick returns should be regarded with suspicion Consult your banker before going into them. JTf A safe, sensible and profitable way to invest is to take, as often as you can, an interest-bearing Certificate of Deposit on this bank. Call and talk it over. # /■ BANK OF WATERTOWN Capital $150,000 Surplus $25,000 Established 53 Years