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FOR BARGAINS AT THE Clyrnan Cash Store H* L- Morgan 1886-1911 L J, Yoving Morgan & Young Successors To H. L. MORGAN General Hardware THE CELEBRATED S i.' Fairbanks-Morse Cos ■ Gasoline Engine and ; ||| Jack Combined 1 ||!i Best Thing on the Market for F i the money _ OUR. SPECIALTIES ARE garland BASE BURNERS AND CALLABLE RANGEs Carl F, Nowack UNDERTAKER And Licensed Emlalmei\ Reliable and Satisfactory Service ffivatf Undertaking Rooms: Cor. N. 4th and Madison Sts. Phones— and 298 y Watertown, Wte i ROBT.W.LUECK Attorney and V* Counelor-at-Le.w Hertel & Hoffmann Block, Main St* Watertown, Wisconsin. Frank Terciaski 302 East Main Street (ABOVE GRUBB’S SHOE ST ORE) Manufacturers of all kinds of Hair Goods and Shampo o Parlors Switches and Curley Pi ills,made of Combings O. E. M eyer DENT IST No. 102 Mam Street, next to Mer hauts National Ba* yk 5 Watertown, Wis. ’Phon a 143-Y W. A. liRAHMER Wholesale and Retail BAKERY 114 W. Malm 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 the llna of Wall Paper. Window Shades. Pic ture Frames. Machine Oils Chas. A. Kadlng Elizabeth Holste Kadlntr Fading & Fading Attorney s-at- Law, Masonic Temple WATERTOWN WlB. Phone 168-3 Ree.l6S-Z Dr. E. J. Hoermann DENTIST Cor. First and Main Sts. Over Wiggenhorn’s Jewelry Store ENTRANCE ON FIRST STREET YAWKEY-CROWLEY LUMBER CO. Lumber, Lath and Shingles Watertown, - Wisconsin drT ooeldner's DENTAL PARLORS Operating Work by Dr. Mueller Mechanical Work by Dr. Goeklner 105 MAIN STREET L. A. Willenbockel Architect and Superintendent Designer of Residences, Stores and Office Bldgs, Schools and Public Bldgs, Phone 306-Y 102 Main Street Watertown, Wls. Dr. U. N. Barber, DENTIST No. 1 MAIN STREET Watertown, Wisconsin (Over Salick’s Jewelry Store) DR. W. E. LYONS DENTIST Masonic Temple Office ’Phone 264-X; Res. Phone’l7B-w Brooks S Boyle 217 Main Street. Embalmers & Funeral Directors Calls promptly attended to and best of services gauranteed. Night and Day Telephone Service. ... Phone 402-X Residence Phone 485-Y LADY ASSISTANT. THOS. BROOKS JAMES W. BOYLE 314 W. Main St, 2X7 W. Main St, William Wiesemann Fresh and Salt Meats Highest Market Price Paid for Poultry and Live Stock. Telephone 35 20S West Main Street WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN READ THE LEADER LEADER CLYMAN DEPARTMENT News From Clyrnan and Dodge County Personal and Oiherwise. Jake Burger shipped a carload of stock on Monday. II Miss Anna Walsh visited friends at Juneau last week. Clyrnan is coming to the front as a business center. Mrs. Theodore Shraven was a visitor at Watertown, Friday. Support your home merchants and boost your home town. Jos. Berger and Emil Richter put in cement walks last week. Jack Kueuzi of Watertown, was a Clyrnan visitor on Monday. Klatt & Collins shipped two cars of hogs to Cudahy on Tuesday. Clyrnan presented a lively appearance on Tuesday, being shipping day. 0. H. Hallickson was a business visi tor at Watertown last Monday. Morgan & Young disposed of seven cooking ranges and fine heaters this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klatt spent a few days with relatives in Milwaukee thfe week. W, Casper of Columbus, visited with relatives in this vicinity Monday and Tuesday. Miss Louise Schleicher of Watertown, attended the Metzger-Casper wedding here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mallen of Juneau, were in the village Tuesday looking over the Kronitz hotel property. Klatt & Stueber have purchased the house next to their store. The same will be remodeled and will be occupied by F. Klatt. The Watertown Leader is securing many new subscribers in this village and vicinity because of its Clyrnan de partment. Mrs. S. A. Holdridge, much to the re gret of her many friends, has been on the sick list for the past few nays. Mrs. R. J. Wilson of Poynette, a daughter, was called home on account of the ill ness of her mother. SUBSCRIBE FOB THE WEEKLY LEADER II IS JEFFERSON COUNTY’S LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER ent T^fS' J GOD’S PROVIDENCE RE TWO QUEENS. Vashti’s Method—Esther’s Method. Present Day Applications. Esther iv, 1-s:3—Nov. 5 “The Lord preaerveth all them that love Him." —Psalm cxlv, 20. CODAY’S study has Queen Esther for its topic. She was a Jew ess, noted for her beauty, and on this account she was chosen of Ahasuerus, King of Persia, to be his queen. It Is presumed that she received the name Esther, which signi fies a star, because of her beauty, Hish tar being the Chaldaic equivalent for Venus. She succeeded Vashti, the for mer queen, who had displeased the king and been divorced. In the opposite course of these two queens we find a . lesson bearing on -r^^T the Suffragette wort AN question of to day. The king \ had a banquet . with the lords of fir* his empire. It jPglhy IJ may be assumed V that F was a /">. revel, ;nd that 5 the king and his guests, at the height of the rev- “We plead the right to el, were more or vote.” less under the influence of wine. Giv ing Queen Vashti the benefit of the doubt, this was probably .her reason for ignoring the king's request that she come into the banquet garden. Many will say that she did just right in asserting her womanhood, in “stand ing up for her rights,” etc. We will not dispute that all women have rights, and that Queen Vashti had hers and that she exercised them. We merely offer the suggestion that in a question of “rights,” along lines of force and compulsion. Queen Vashti won a vic tory which cost her dearly. In Queen Esther’s procedure, which is the sub ject of this lesson, we see the opposite course pursued—the queen won a great victory with happy results by a totally different method, and one which in our Judgment recommends Itself to the wisest and best of men and women. While we recognize the fact that spiritual New Creatures in Christ are not esteemed of God on account of pedigree, station or sex, that “there Is neither male nor female” in Christ Jesus, still it is true that, as the Scrip tures declare, “Man is the head of the woman,” and she is the- “helpmeet for him.” See Genesis ii, 18; I Corinthians xi, 3; Ephesians v, 23-25. Esther Stooped For Victory. Queen Esther was not a suffragette. When invited to become the queen sue did not decline and see to it that she stood on the same ground as Vashti. She accepted her accession as of Di vine providence. She clothed herself J. T. Walsh, editor of the Clyman de partment, is authorized to accept sub scriptions and advertising for tne Lea der. Any business entrusted in his care will receive prompt and courteous at tention. Ed. Horn has purchased a lot in the Klatt addition and is having a well drilled, preparatory to building in the spring. The recent cold snap has made tilings lively at the coal sheds. F. Knospe re ports the sale of 22 loads of coal on Tuesday. Felix Knospe was a visitor at Water town on Sunday, the guest of his sister. Miss Louise Knospe, who is a patient at St. Mary’s hospital. t\ m. Gerbitz, who purchased the F. Albrecht property, is repairing and painting the house, Mr. Pfaffeubach of Watertown doing the work. Conductor Halloway has charge of the Sunset Limited which leaves Clyman every morning at 7 a. m. for Clyman Jet. and points west to Sparta. Mesdames F. Noonan, J. McNally and Ambrose Metzger took a trip over the new railroad on Thursday. They were accompanied by train dispatcher Noon an. C. A. Castin, foreman for Fairbanks Morse & Cos. who have the contract for the erection of coal chutes on the new line, left for Raleigh, N. C., on W ednes day. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Langer last week. John says that the population of the township must be in creased, and he and his good wife propose to do their part. Clyman was honored by the presence of Geo. Vanderbilt, Hon. Chauncey Depew and several directors of the N. Y. C. Ry. who stopped over from 7 p. m. until 6 a, m. at Clyman Jet., Oct. 22. The blacksmith shop of S. A, Holdridge was broken into some time Monday night and a number of hand tools taken by the intruder. Entrance was effected by breaking out a couple panes of glass in a rear window, permitting the thief | with humility and with the most be coming of her fine apparel. She made herself as agreeable to the king as pos sible. Haman, the king’s favorite, took a dislike to the gate-keeper of the pal ace, Mordecal, a Jew, because the lat ter did not bow before him, as did oth ers. Mordecai was so faithful that Haman could not hope to find a fault with him, and thus to cause his remov al. His hatred extended to the entire Jewish race. He prevailed upon the king to issue a decree that all the Jews of his kingdom should be set upon and killed, as enemies of the country. This, of course, would include Mordecai, his special enemy, whom he would then feel free to kill. As the time for the enforcement of the decree drew nearer and nearer, Mordecai and all the Jews throughout the empire were in great distress and fear, yet not without hope that their God would work for them some deliv erance. Queen Esther was cousin to Mor decai although the latter was old enough to be her father. She was, in deed, his adopt- II I mWm ec * daughter. He appealed to her Bilk to Use * nflu ‘ en^ e k or P°" V' the king rescind suring her that she was a^out I privilege of -—service for her * people; that God "Queen Esther , t chat evidently raised I Kilt thouf” . , her to this po sition in the kingdom for this very hour and for this very purpose of bringing to the Jews relief and that if she failed to note and to use the privilege, God doubtless would use some other agency and still bring de liverance in harmony with His prom ises. The appeal was sufficient. The queen merely delayed for three days more, requesting that Mordecai and all the Jews of the royal city should Join with her in a three days’ fast be fore God. Love and Beauty Conquered. Queen Esther risked her station and even her life in going into the king’s presence without a summons; but at tired in her royal apparel she risked everything for her race. She charm ed the king, who extended to her his royal scepter. Her case was won. The king per ceived that he had been inveigled by Haman into making an unjust decree and Haman was hung. I promptly obtained in all countries OR NO K TRADE-MARKS and Copyrights registered. B Send Sketch, Model or Photo, for FREE RE- B PORT on patentability. Patent practice ex- B Cl naively. SANK REFERENCES. ■ Send 2 cents in stamps for invaluable book B on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS, B Which ones will pay. How to get a partner, B patent law and other valuable information. B D. SWIFT &CO.I PATENT LAWYERS, ■ 303 Seventh St., WashinjjtoMhC^ to crawl through. A tool chest and sev eral boxes were ransacked, but evidently there were only a few things that struck the fancy of the thief. Mr. Wm. Horn has rented his farm to Chas. Radloff and will move to the vil lage in the spring, having purchased a lot in Klatt’s addition. J. F. Schoeberle is now drilling a well cn same. Mr.and Mrs.Erust Reichert are parents of a twelve pound boy, who made his ap pearance in their home last week. The mother and child are doing nicely and Ernst is the happiest man in the town ship. Edward Voight, aged 23 years, a far mer residing near Beaver Dam, was in stantly killed when his team attached to a sulky plow, on which he was riding, was hit by a passenger train on a cross ing, Monday morning. The horses were thrown a distance of twenty feet anil killed, and the plow was demolished. Voight’s body was carried a distance ol 150 feet on the front of the engine be fore the train could be brought to a stop. The body was picked off the pilot and thrown into a ditch, after which the train was again driven on its way. The body had been ground and pounded un til it was almost unrecognizable mast of flesh and blood. Smoke “Latest Out.” 5c cijar. Avery pretty wedding took place at St. John’s Catholic church on Honda} a. m., it being the marriage of Mr. Law rence Metzger and Miss Anna Casper both of Clyman. Mr. Joseph Coughlin and Miss Ella Metzger acted as grooms man and bridesmaid. The nuptial mas.'- was celebrated at 9 a. m. by the pastor, Rev, J. J. Saleutin. The bride was at tired in white satin and carried a prayer book. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the residence ol the bride’s mother. The young couple then took the train to Milwaukee, for a short visit with relatives and friends in that city. Both young people are ven popular and have hosts of friends who wish them a long and happy married life. Smoke “Latest Out,” 5c cigar. I I WASHERWOMAN (| SUPPOSE YOU DISAPPOINTED ME, HENRY \ ) W|L , SOMEBODY^! , suppose cll have to 00 / gottoidoit ) f* 'wellthCisn^ ASJMTHOUGHT IT WAS L i&n. \ GLOTH&S WHAT’S THE MATTErN fwoW. BUT I JUST HAD aT\ HENRY? AREN’T / / TERRIBLE DREAM ! WHERESJ With the THOR ELECTRIC LAUNDRY MACHINE in the home all clothes are washed beautifully clean, absolutely without any hand rubbing, and at a cost of only 2 cents an hour for electricity. Sold for cash or on easy monthly payments. We will deliver the machine to you, all charges paid, with the privilege of free demonstration In your home before paying us one penny. Ask for further particulars Watertowrv Gas and Electric Cos. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays until 9p. m. ’Phone 94* Ambrose Metzger Dealer in FRESH, SALTED AND SMOKED MEATS Clyman, Wisconsin. BARBER SHOP IN CONNECTION ’PHONE NO, 33 RINGS O. H. HALSCKSON HOTEL AND SALOON Strictly First-Class - Clyman, Wisconsin Cut out the coupon printed below. Bring it to our store and it will be accepted lor 50 CENTS CASH on a purchase of $5.00 or over of anything in our stock outside of the grocery department. This is an inducement to introduce you to our exceptionally large line of Winter Goods and Wearing Apparel Such as Comforters, Blankets, Mackinaw Jackets — at 10 Per Cent, discout, Fur Coats, Winter Shoes and Footwear, Horse Blankets, Etc. KLATT&STUEBER the store of KLATT & STUEBER Clyman. Wis., audit will be accep- GENERAL : : ted as cash on a $5.00 purchase on v fr nmr*xTmrr any goods we have in stock outside iVIcHvCiHAN UISL of the grocery department. A present ot 10 per cent. Good un- piwssiu min til Wednesday November Bth., 1911. uLllllAli, Wlb. J. T. WALSH Dealer in CIGARS,, TOBACCOS AND FAMILY lOICIS Hit HUE 1 SPFBIFK OF FIDE IEK Clyman, Wisconsin SETTE & McCOLLOW l. DEALERS IN LUffiBFR, BUILDING MATERIAL, COAL, DRAIN TILE, SEWFI PIPE, UK iS CEMENT 'jr.-'y* wt tr-' i iiai in II . ORDER YOURprORM SASH NOW YARDS AT MAN S JUNEAU ( always kicking about* /£*\ \ I V WASHING, I’LLSHOW’EM R2 1 J A. J r HOW-TO GET JT \ (C THUNDER ! THAT PILE oTdiRTY^ / CLOTHES DOESNT GETSMALLERVEPY FAST! J K GEE, MV \\ , J\ (GOOD MORNING 1 . I HAD AN AWFUI"\ ( ALL~ RIGHT, MR. BROWn) DREAM ABOUT DOING WASHING ( THF MANUFACTURERS MYSELF I WANT MY HOUSE WIREdS SMIP AO MACHINES A FOR LIGHTS ANDATHOR ELECTRIC) V' THE ' , H AD WASHER AND WRINGER PUT IN / Lt' Vo nn tml ■ N r