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WAIT! WATCH! WAIT!
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.
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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.
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DISAPPOINTED ME, HENRY \ ) W|L , SOMEBODY^!
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f* 'wellthCisn^
ASJMTHOUGHT IT WAS
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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
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MYSELF I WANT MY HOUSE WIREdS SMIP AO MACHINES A
FOR LIGHTS ANDATHOR ELECTRIC) V' THE ' , H AD
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