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I Do o' coo, jjl it io nil trie ji ;>i c yr.u can a In all the ways you can, . UJ All the time you can. sifCOi; OTHERsIo Cook V/ltn Gas. Smoke “Latest Out.” V cigar Robert Dent was a visitor in Milwau kee Friday. George Ilawkiir-! was a Saturday visit or in Milwaukee. Miss Mayme Stanton of Clvman, was a visitor here Saturday. Miss Emma Seidel visited with friends in Milwaukee last week. Miss Mae Zoelle is spending a few days with friends in Milwaukee. Miss Bertha Salsberg left Tuesday for Albion to be absent a week. Miss Bertha Henning of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs. W. J. Betake. Miss Maud Green came out from Mil waukee, Saturday and remained at home until Monday morning. Smoke “Latest Out.” 5c cisrar. BAWNC " 3 DSP. Absolutely Purs The only Baking Powder made fromßoyalCrapeCreamofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE - Miss Viola and Irene Donahue of R:ch wood, visited friends in this city Satur day. J. E. McAdams was home from Mil waukee last Friday, the guest of his pa rents. Miss Martha Scheibe of Civilian, was a guest at the home of Otto Grosnick last week end. Misses Anna Smith and Lillian Alc- Muuman were visitors at the Static Fair last Friday. Lev. Charles Meyer of Fond du Lac, was the guest Saturday of Rev. K. M. Laurensen. Mrs. Thomas Reynolds and daughter of llubideton, were guests of Mrs. Emil Tanck Friday. Attorney Gus Buchheit returned Wednesday from a business trip to Su perior and St. Paul. There are business men, who would not praise God, for fear they might lose a dollar in trade. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cebell returned last week from Augusta, where they had vis ited for a few days. Edward llortei and Joseph Brasky have returned to St. Francis seminary to resume their studies. Miss Genevieve Whetstone of Janes ville. was the guest of Mrs. Henry Alul berger during the week. Miss Minnie Behlke is visiting her brother at Hazelhurst, and will be ab sent a couple of weeks. Mrs. A. K. Greenwood and daughter, Miss Isabel of Johnson Creek, were vis itors here Friday afternoon. Paul Behlke returned Saturday even ing from Hazelhurst, where he had been to visit his brother Edward. / Miss Kittie Henrich returned Sunday evening from Madison, where she spent a part of her vacation with friends. Smoke “Latest Out,” 5c citfar. AVc-gc tabic PrcparationforAs- I ; simulating ihcroodandßegula~ j i tog the S tonmchs and Bowels of | llHßßrfilHMAai I " —• *■ Promotes Digest! on,Cheerful - 1 ness and Resl.Contai ns neither Opium,Morphine nor Mineral ! KotKvhcotic. fia^eofOldVrSAltUlLPmzza Pumpkin Seeji" Alx.Sama * j EotkeUe Softs - . Anise Seed- * .1 Pppermint „ / In Curb jnaA Sols * J }iirm Seed - * rinrifitd Sugar • WsrJwyrwn FlaysT. J A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish j ness and LOSS OF SLEEP- 1 facsimile Signature of J'-6dc£ts/, yraw Voek. j i EXACT COPY" OF WSAPPEB. j Mi . WiDiam Hagerty and Miss Gcr .trade Benson were visitors at the State ! Fair last Friday. ' Mr.-, a. F. Koenig end Mrs, W* G. | Fritzlatt were Milwaukee visitors the latter part of last week. M: ..J ulia of .Milwaukee, mother of I Dr. orin A. J< s imwas the guest Sunday I of Mrs, A. J. O’H.len and family. Mrs. Mary Forbes,- West Main street, enteitallied Mrs. Gyan Griggs of Mil waukee, a couple of days last week. There is a feeling of comfort inhaving one’s valuables in the bank of Water town. Only three dollars a year. Mrs. Rachel Davies left Saturday for Wales, England, where she will spend several months with relatives at her childhood home. Mrs. €. Becker has returned from Eugene, Oregon, where she enjoyed a few months visit with her daughter, Mrs. William Peters, v •’he man of moderate means should not hesitate to make use of our safe de posit vaults. Only twenty-five cents a month. Bank of Watertown. A copy of the ’Varsity Hand Book with the name of Alvin W. Adams on the first blank leaf, was found and brought to the Leader office, and can be secured by the owner by paying for this notice. Miss Elsa Rohde, wlio was book-keeper for Strauss & Sette, is now engaged in a like capacity in the store of the J. B. Murphy Cos., West Main street. Dr. Barber’s dental office is now over Salick’s Jew elry store, next to bridge. W. C. Stone left Monday morning on a business trip to Chicago and Niagara Falls; and on October 8, will leaye on a business trip to Montana. His many friends are pleased to sec John T. Ryan out again after his illness which at one time threatened to be ser ious, but Dr. Masterson’s treatment was efficacious. 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 Hue of millinery and fancy goods. A call and inspection will prove valuable.—tf M. Manning of Clyman, was here Fri day afternoon to meet his daughter, Miss Laurette, on her return from a visit to the State Fair at Milwaukee. The sun shone all the time Mr. Manning was in the city. Ex-Mayor Wertheimer and G. M. Gahl mann returned Thursday evening from a visit to a couple of county fairs in Illi nois. The ex-mayor informed the writ er that they took good care of each other while absent. Dr. Barber’s dental office is now over Salick’s Jew elry store, next to bridge. John Ferry of Eau Claire, who was a resident of this city many years and who married Miss Euphemia Bott, who will be remembered by older citizens, has been a business visitor here during the week. In conversation with a Lead er reporter, he informed him, that Will Bott passed away in Boise City, Idaho, about three years ago. For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bough! Signature // : \3 \ (V * r ' \w‘ se |Va For Over j Thirty Years The CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. r mm |i. t V % IP GREEK OOGTOR COM i MG REMARKABLE SUCCESS OF TIfIS TALENTED PHYSICIAN ITT THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DIS EASES. OFFERS HIS SERVICES F&EE T3 THE SICK The Battle Creek Specialist, licensed Ay the State for the cure of all Nervous id Chronic Diseases of Men, W omen •el Children, offers to all who call on , 'it ,1 y, date and during the hours _ Ac!: bel'-v, consultation,examination. I all u edical services required ' late a ctu-e absolutely Free of zr-’Q. All that is asked in return i* a .■ valuable services is that every a ted will state the result ob i No friends and thus prove to the ' and afflicted in every city and :uity ihat at last treatments have ■ covex ’d that are absolutely mu I certain in their effect. \ .r is considered one of ■ ;; loading Stomach and Nerve y, an c pert in the treatment f f.-onic diseases, and will cure v ’ . .( /or your ailment, in a way oui.ih you. • v v l on .lerful Cures in Diseases •* ynnarb. Liver, Kidneys, Heart, a and Rheumatism, Scia .. f ; , Fits, St. Vitus Dance, I /vopsy, Ded-wetting Chib ■ v.jstitutional and serious lhat baffle the skill f y physician. ■ rations Needed for Appendi . Goitre and Biles. ; Ihr era no Lively and speedily on‘Jr- ly new system. . ii" raiment for ‘Asthma, Ca ... .* .11 i,' v i-li il G 33. . re is no curable disease ot be cured and no incurable 1 ■ fc cannot be benefitted. o Lir.tter what your ailment may no matter what others may have f you, no'matter what experience : may have iiad with other physi • km: bariums or patent medicines, . y x want to get well again, you b! not fail to call. Go! Have it a or settled in your mind, if your ■ is curable, he will treat you; if a curable, he will give you such advice , i ay prolong your life. This Free Offer is made but once to each caller in order to advertise the Battle Creek System of treating diseases afucu has lilted so many from the ■ .eptlis of dispair to the heights of hv.’.i h and happiness, and why not you? K’rried Lacies must come with their __ 'm . a '.. an and Minors with their Fathers. The visiting Specialist will be at the Commercial Hotel. Watertown, Just eight hours this visit From m a. M. Until 5 P. M. WEDNESDAY SEPT, 27TH Returning Every Six Weeks. Miss Elizabeth Ileyn of Oshkosh, is a guest at the home of Wm. Gorder, Jr. Hon. M. E. Burke of Beaver Darn, mem ber of congress for his district, was here yesterday and a visitor at the fair. Editor C. S. Huhbs of the Lake Mills Leader was at the fair yesterday. Miss Helen Schultz lias gone to Mil waukee and entered Downer college. Do you need a typewriter? You can get a good one of the Central Trading Cos. Editor 0. F. Roessler of the Jefferson Banner, the writer heard, was here Wed nesday, but as he failed to fiaternize, can only speak from hearsay. Ah. and Airs. Thomas Perry of Farm ington, spent two days here during the week and took in the fair. j homas \\ iliiams, who has been quite seriously ill, is well again, much to the joy of his relatives and friends. The savages eat off the ground. You don’t need to. Yon can get a table cheap of the Central Trading Cos. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CA3TO R I A Miss Genevive Mullen entertained at a kitchen shower Tuesday afternoon at her home on Montgomery street in hon or of Miss Anna Smith. Yesterday, Mrs. August Kopfer, one of the pioneer residents of the town of Em met, passed to her reward. She was a native of Germany and well advanced in age. It is just as yon are brought up. If you were brought up to have nice things you will want Ahem, and you can get them of the Central Trading Cos. Among those who took in the state fair at Milwaukee last Friday were Mi ami Mrs. 0. L. Forkenbridge and daugh ter Cora. Misses Della Remmel, Emma Seidel, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Feld schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Eberle. FOR SALE. —A scholarship in tlip Williams Business College, Milwaukee. Cost £65.00, will be sold for £30.00, and a scholarship in the International Cor respondence School at Scranton, Peon. Cost 160.00 and will be sold, for £25.00. A good opportunity for a young man wishing either a business or technical education. Inquire-at the Leader office, AVa ter town, Wis. You will soon need a heater. You will find most every kind on the market at the Central Trading Cos. The Young Men’s Bible Study of the Moravian church will hold their first annual banquet in the parlors of the church, Friday evening, October 6. They are a fine group of young men ami the banquet will be a pleasant affair. Dr. and Mrs. A. H, Hartwig and sou were visitors in Madison over Sunday. P. H. Casey of Milwaukee, detective for the C. M. & St. P. road, was in the city on business or not, the Leader was n.?t informed. What This Bank Aims to Do To promote our customers’ interests as we would our own: / To do all we can to make their relations here profit able and agreeable to them; To contribute to their enterprises the enthusiastic co-operation, foresight and timely assistance which a good Bank can properl} 7 bestow; To repay their confidence in us with confidence in them. These are the aims of the officers of this Bank, and the business men and women of Watertown are invited to make this their banking home. BANK OF WATERTOWN Capita! $150,000 Surplus $25,000 Established 53 Years Judge Grimm was up from Jefferson Wednesday to attend the Fair. Miss Lillian Tlartwig is a student in the University at Evanston, ill. Miss Gertie Powers was the guest of friends Sunday at Mt. Pleasant. Miss Grace Dent spent a few days las week with friends in Milwaukee. Miss Grace Stout of Columbus, was the guest Saturday of Miss Millie Roller. Children C*-y FOR FI ETCHER’S CASX O R I A George J. Cooley and daughter, Mbs Rachel, were visitors Saturday in Mil waukee. Mies Lydia Schmidt is teaching in th<- Flath school district iu the town of Lebanon. John Kerr of New York City, was the guest of his brothers, !!. L. and Charles, last week. John Welch, county clerk, came up from Jefferson Wednesday and took iu tne Fair. Mrs. E. W. Schultz and daughter. Miss Muriel, wore visitors in Milwaukee last Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas Fleming of West Allis, has been the guest of Mrs. J.B. Murphy during the week. Rev. John Bremer and Wm. Bell of Concord, were in the city Tuesday t ran sacting business. H. L. Kerr has resumed the commis sion business at his old stand, corner of West Main and Washington streets. Will Becker, of Milwaukee, a former resident of this city, has been here dur ing the week, a guest of Dr. W. S. Kings. The Fair is over, you have seen the disploy there now see it you can’t see a better display at The Central Trading Cos. J. E. Humphrey, postmaster at Ixonia, was in the city W ednesday, He could not resist the impulse to come to the fair. Rev. M. L. Eversz is attending the Eastern conference of the M. E. church at Antigo, and will be absent until next Tuesday. Chas. A. Kading, Sr., visited with his son, Attorney C. A. and family last week, stopping over on his return from the State Fair. Wanted 40 nice appearing young ladies of Watertown and vicinity to marry fine young men and then buy their housekeeping outfit of The Central Cos. Fall opening in millinery Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 26 and 27, 1911. I will have on display T large assortment of imported and domestic pattern hats and millinery novels its. Your inspection is solicited. Millie Roller, 413 Main St. During the week, the regular police force has been assisted by the following named specials t who wore uniforms and stars, and made good, dignified guardians of the peace: Chas. Gruel, John Foley, Frank McLaughlin, Arthur Glaser, Aug ust Brown, Herman Gillis. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTO R I A A. |E. Bauman believes in keeping up with the spirit of improvement and advertising his business. His latest is a spelling electric s : gn, that spells his name without missing a letter, and can be seen a long distance nights. ihe Intcrorban company sent out its superb band of thirty-eight pieces Wed nesday from Milwaukee to make music for the fair. The band came in a special car and the people knew nothing of its coming. Ex-Mayor Wertheimer and ;G. A. Gahlmau had reason to feel proud as they led the band up and down Main St. Wisconsin Inventors The following patents were issued this week reported by D. Swift & Cos., Patent Lawyers, Washington, D. C., who will furnish copied of the above inven tions to any of our readers for ten cents each: C. Beruet, Germantown, Pneumatic elevator; J. Birchard, Kenosha, Fluid gage: Albert Brooker, Lancaster, Vehicle wheel; F. Bruue. Milwaukee, Conductor hook; A. M. Georgeson, Carburated air mixer; J. E. Hilgers, Middleton, Pipe forcing jack; W. D. James, Fort Atkin son, Stanchion -mpp Tting frame; J. M. Johnson, Madison, Pipe; W. F. Walther, Milwaukee, Ajustable reamer. Yesterday, 200 or more visitors to the fair came from Johnson treek and other points south on the C. & N.-W. road, reaching here in the afternoon and hur ried to the fair grounds to take in all the attractions they could in the limit ed time before returning home. Pipersvllle Mr. and Mrs. Owen Roberts, and Mrs. Charles Lawyer of Ixonia, spent Satin day with H. Humphrey and family. Emil Kohli of Watertown, called on relatives here Sunday. Grace Perry was an Ocononiowoc vis itor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. and children of Watertown, spent Wednesday at Hie home of Wm. Karherg. Win. Perry and family spout Sunday at Farmington. YD - , and Mrs Jay Perry euC rained company from L.oin < Sun ay.' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Karbet rm.t -t rained company from Uicet m and Oklahoma, Sunday. Mrs. Neitzei entertain' and-••• inn |.or of ladies at a “quilling he >” Wednesday aftenoin . Farming I on. B. H. Mason and family of Lake Mills, were callers at C. F. Weber’s Saturday. They were on their way to Concord to visit their daughter, who is teaching school there. Henry Raahe and wife spent Sunday with August Kaisow and family. C. F. Weber and family visited with relatives at Watertown Sunday. G. Pitzusr entertained relatives from Johnson Creek Sunday. Frank Sabe! and wife spent Sunday evening at Watertown. Mrs. M. Nutting is visiting relatives in Milwaukee. C. F. Weber and daughter Estella and sou Carl, were Milwaukee visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Gust. Pitzner spent one day last week with Airs. W. Jahnke. Miss Sadie Hardtke of Aliceton, visit ed Miss Elva Frank a few days last week. Miss Esther Sahel of W atertown, spent Sunday at her home here. Mr. Lueck of Watertown, was a caller in this vicinity Sunday. Concord. Frank Thorndyke lias purchased an Overland. The school-house iu District No. 3 has undergone some needed improve ments, a handsome desk having been placed therein and the walls having been tinted a delicate shade of green. Miss Mason of Lake Mills, commenced school in District No. 3 Monday. Henry Roets of Menomonee Falls, spent last week with his sister, Mrs Friesch. Dr. Kings of Watertown, was a caller F. G. KECK & GO. NEW FALL RUGS ALL SIZES JUST RECEIVED MUM'S Bit s sure n m HiiHIlM STORE I |f| I SS WITH I iIU S= IIWI ” 11 BB ' li CHOICEST BF Mi SFURNITURE Jfr- GO-CARTS HR FP E/CPI/ 0, Pfl The Big Furniture Store . Ui l\CU!\ & UUi 110-112 Main Street California Wants TOU / MAKE YOUR NEW HOME IN THIS WINTERLESS COUNTRY, CLIMATE IS IDEAL—S UNSH 1N E, GREEN GRASS AND WILD FLOWERS the year round —splendid opportunities for the fruit grower and truck farmer. Low One Way Colonist Fares to San Fransico, Los Angeles, San Diego and practically all other California points in effect daily September 15 to Oct. 15, 1911 —via the CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY Secure tickets and sleeping car reservations from local C. M. & St. P. agent. Descriptive literature on request. F. A. MILLER, General Passenger Agt. CHICAGO JAMES EQUIPMENT SOLD BY H. & O. Winkenwerder 207 MAIN STREET Watertown, = Wis. here Sunday. Nelson Thayer, wife and two young ladv daughters of Viroqoa, were here recently in their touring ear—people here not having seen Mr. Thayer since a boy, Concord being his old home. A magazine article recently said that the automobile brings the city to the lonely farmer’s door. We certainly have had a portion of the populace of several cities with us this summer, the farmer now doing his shore of the automobile riding in his own car, said loneliness not being noticeable. The astronomers have declared the comet visible to the naked eye, so we who have been gazing at it for two weeks may call attention to it without *r of being called sensational. It is seen near the north star. John Bough ton of New York City, was a recent guest of Mrs. Adams and family. He has recently perfected and received a patent on an airship composed entirely of aluminum. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buske of Ixonia are expected to move on their farm here very soon. James Vaughn is preparing to build anew residence in the place of the one that burned a short time since. Everyone returned fijom the Slate Fair with the prevailing epidemic “Areorubhernex”, the birdman having captivated the people.