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.t •,?«.?' *.V'*.'r*r «».:' THE TOWN 5 »n *1 V v» Hp.r,rT" i'« »._ $ Mm. A. C. J%mes has been quite 1U for mik past. Special price* on heavy Win er dress good* kt RomrU. J-8-1 Best meal in town handled at the Red Front mm market. 1012 Ralph Jamett jAf beon having a serious tussle with the measles. Red Front meat market for the best of meats. 10—12. 1900 tax list at the Commer cial State Bank. 111 A nice lot of new dishes just received at Rovaarts. 1—8—1 Get in on the ground fioor and order good seed potatoes at Rovaart Bros. M. Scott 2-8-6 Peter H9bner and Frank Mod regger returned from their Sioux City trip Tuesday evening. Special closiug out bargains on all our winter goods -at Rovaarts. 1-8-1 The family of A. T. Cole has been having a severe siege of sickness this week. Inez McKee has returned home after a months visit with friends in -Sioux Falls. Miss Bessie Fenzl left this week for Tabor to attend the St Wenscelacs academy. Mrs. F. J. McCormick and daughter Myrtle left Thursday morning for a shopping tour in Sioux City. Our bargain stand ischuck full of goods deals far better than you can get at an auction sale. Investigate it at Rovaarts. 1-8.1 T. G. Hall, auctioneer was at Lake Andes last Saturday con ducting the auction sale at the big store of Steel & Co. C. R. (kile, who has been em ployed in Tony Diehl's baroer shop for some time past re turned to his home at Dubuque Iowa, Monday morning. Mrs. G. Neidermeier returned to her home at Tripp last Friday after a few days visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Braxzell. One of our exchanges says that a pet doggie at Hawarden fell into to a holt* under the house of its owner and was taken out alive after sixty four d»ys. Mrs. A. W. Lucke, daughter of Prof. A. L. Weber, spent last Sunday with her father, return ing to her home at Mt Vernon Monday morning. W. A Reed left Tuesday morn ing for his old home in Pennsyl vania. He did not state whether be intended to remain per man ec|tly or not. Hie Sioux Falls penitentiary now contains one hundred and seventy five prisoners. This is the highest number incarcerated there atone time in |the history of the institution. "The Bankers Child Co." played to a good house last Wednesday evening, and every one was well pleased with the prelortnance, many stating that it was the best ever put on the boards in Wagner. Owing to the illness of one of his children it was impossible for Dr. Barber, the Osteopath, to be in Wagner last Saturday, but he will be fonnd at the Vera Hotel Satorday, Feburary 9th without. faiL At the Baptist church next Sunday morning the subject will be "The Symbolism of Baptism." Evening subject "An Old Line Revival." Preach ing at the Hinsman school boose at 8 p. m. Win. Norton returned last Fri day from Vivian, Lyman county. He report* about four feet of snow up there, and modi suffer ing among the range cattle, handreds of which are dying off jt of the severe weath- Wi 7 of smmm\/§ Thka year good wheat to the Dakota Elevator Bkrvator Co. and exchange it for Bxosialor, Manaota, Fancy Patent and White LUy flour. 1146 Rev. Lombard of Geddes com menced revival services at the Methodist church last Monday evening, which will continue for at least two weeks. Every bod y should attend these meetings and fill the house to oversowing every night. Last week the Ash Grove party who has been writing for the New Era for a couple of weeks dropped us a line to know if we would like him (or her) for a regular correspondent We will answer the query Yankee fashion: Does a duck like water. i Wanted, 500 boys. To skates, for sale by H. C. Hemey er. 1180 Go to the Red Front meat market for all lcinda of fresh and salt meat*. Best of all kind*. 10—12. A farmers elevator company has been organised at Vermillion with a capital of $5000. One hundred and eighty seven farm ers formiog the company. The the elevator to have a capacity of 29000 bushel*. Sheriff Skillings was down to Greenwood Tuesday and arrest ed Abel TCiomas, who is charged with rape on the person of *a thirteen year old girl. H»e prisoner was taken to Geddes on the evening paasenger. Jas. Nash, oil inspector, was down to Wagner Tuesday. While here the impreasioa was formed by parties here that he was a deputy U. 8. Marshall, which caueed parties in fawn to be prepared to skidoo, at tho least move on his pari. j** ati£ .. ^ir- \%i«f• to yiod oaltle japsr tit aay Fir at 1 A'.',- ftttf four Aaar of tka DsJiot* Oe., Ibty handle tho 1M0 In looking over the note book of one of tho Hew Bra reporter* the other day, in search of news items, we ran across toe follow ing cryptogram: Shoe to eggs, beans but." Will some of our readers interested in such things please decipher and send ns solution. Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Cole began moving their household goods to Andrus Friday morning, where Mr. Cole has accepted a position with the Andrus Mercantile Co., as manager. We are in deed sorry to see this estimable leave Wagner but wish family them all kinds o! success in their new location. 1 6 Is gone and we have no reason to complain about the patronage we have re ceived. We thank our patrons for their liberal patronage and assure them that we will do our best to merit a continuance of the same, and we assure you that during we will continue to improve our facilities for taking care of our rapidly increasing trade. Wishing one and all a happy new year, we are very respectfully yours Wagner Drug Company Incorporated A. BARKL, Reg. Phar., rUnager A carload of bran and shorts just received by the Dakota Ele vator Co. 11-16 MARRIAQBS On Monday January 28. 1907, at Sioax Falls Mrs Mary Kennedy to V. F. Vawrioek. Mrs Vawrioek baa boon in Wagner for several year* peat, and by strict attention to the want* of peoble has built up a splendid trade. Her hatband is tn the tailoring bosiaasi with hi* brother in Sioux Falls, and is a very pleasant gentleman to meek Wa*j will continue in Th* New Era Joins with a hoot of friend* wishing this worthy ooupl* a long sod happy life. Wednesday, at Arn oar occur red the wedding of Wm. Mr. Weichmaa isooe of the prosperous yotmg farmers who live* northeast of town mad his bride is a sister of Mrs. Julius Wolfe a near neighbor of Mr. mm v»*( 5, V UL Your )W6 tun am «ov Tyndall Register: Andrew McKenaa, proprietor of the Ska kel ranch, returned to his home near Wagner Saturday, after looking after his property in. terests in this vicinity. His wife and family will remain for a time to visit with relatives and friends. Dakota Republican: The death of Rev. Lachlin MacLean at Mitchell occurred last Friday He was rated as one of the fore most orators in thn Methodist ministry in this state. For a time he was stationed at Yauk ton, and he held pastorates at other large points in South Da kota. Previous to coming to this state he was prominent in Illi note inference*. Great advantage* obtained by buying your dishes at Rovaart*. Call and see thorn. 1.8.1 Watchman's. We understand that this wedding came a* a surprise to the friends and relative* of th* contracting parties, who gave out that they were going to Delmoat, and theo went to Armoorwith tbi above -esult. The New Era joins with friends la hearty ooogratala tioaa. •usaNesMtors "?V. 4m aM yon mm pay them at the o e i a S a e a n k I kamoust The Ba*iu—amen'* Asaocia wiil give their annual banqoet in the new opera hall, evening, February The toast* will be a* follows: Tosstmaster—Cot A rah a Boyatoo Invocation—Rev. J. W. Ailea Wagner, Her Growth and Devei opmeat—Adam Grim** Our Scbooia-Rev. & N. ffra* Haw Shall We Increase Oar Trade Territory—J. W. gars The Advantage of City Organis J" it' fc* Bodt* Derived Frun the Businessmen's Organisation —Wm. M. Pease Oar Relations to Our Sister Cities—Rev. Geo. El Kelly Responses by representative* front neighboring towns How Shall Business Men Hold their Trade as Against italog Houses—John Stedronsky Music will be furnished dur ing the supper by the Wagner orchestra, and the band will play a few pieces on the street just previous to the banquet. FOR SALE A few full blooded Light Brah mh roosters. Inquire at this office. BAND CONCBRT The Gate City Band concert, which was postponed on account of the inclemency of the weather was givea Saturday evening. It was a wonderful success in the way of establishing a repu tation for both bands and bringing credit upon the leader Prof. Weber. Every piece the band played waa well rendered, lite over ture even aurpassed the expect atioo* of tiie audienoe. Th* Juvenile band i* making good progress and the little boys well deserved tin moors* they received. The horn quartet was very good, th* piece of musks entitled "Greeting to the People of Wagner," which was oom posed by Prof. Weber. The violin eolosby th*professor aooompanled on the piano, by Mrs. A. W. Lucky were well rendered and especially well received. After the dosing pieoe "Marching Through Georgia," which was played by both bands the floor was cleared, and a large crowd remained to the dance. Music for the dance waa furnish ed by the Webor orchestra and every one had a good time. Nonce To whom it may oaaaoro The flrm of Grlmea 4 Abaher, composed of the mem Oct* Adam Grimee and John Abeher is thi* day dissolved, Adam Grities re tires from the Grimes A Abetter Clothing Go. John Absher be coming side owner and proprie tor thereof, collecting all debts due to said Clothing Co., and assuming all liabilities of same Adam Grimes retires from the Grimes 4k Absher Light and Power Plant, John Abeher be coming the sole owner snd proprietor thereof, collecting all debt* owed by said parties $ electric light business. John Absher retire* from th* taw and collection business, which will be continued by Adam Grimes at their present office Adam Grimes to ooUecfc all dsbte and aaaums til indeb edoess of the said firm in their law and collection busioea. Dated February 1, 1907. Adam Grimes. John Abeher Ralph Suensoa came up from the Ageory Wedntisday night to attend the show. The warm weather Thursday brought a big bunch of farmers to Wagner. 8. N. Overgaard has been suf fering for the past two weeks with a severe attack of grip. The children of El Bradley, who have been aick for a couple of weeks, ar* reported as better at ths present writing. Beginning February fl rat rural route No. 1, was changed to add a few more patrons to the route. It was not materially lengthsnod, aor were any of th* patroMeatoff, Dr. Barber, Osteopath, will visit Wsgner February 0, for the purpose of examining pa tieot* prospective to Osteopathy treatment If saough are inter eeted tojostify, the doctor will open vtoOonhere. tea referenco of the hi Oharlas Mix and I eoabtfaa. lie will ha found at the Hotel Vera. Wm. Hinkley ~,, -h. City Pray Une *nv mad all kfode of d**yl*0 done ancteortaouee. Yes respectfully eelleMet m' Wa*rter, S. 0, S. ANDREW .EXPERIENCED AUCTIONEER HWcwaebcwisto* el prices and fMianfa Call mi or mUrm mm of if.## Wagndr. So. Dakota BARGAINS In Reading Matter! I Ifcsi Ant Vsv Miy wtit Dmt nal St Paul Dispatch. Weekly later Ooean 1 00 Char lea Mix New Bra. ,,.U 1 I* It I* k *,» i Total prim of fetrptpara 71 Our Price, $2.00 Farmers Tribune, 800 0Hv 1 00 New Bra I 10 Price of both 60 Our Prici, $1.60 —mm- lows Homestead 00 FWrm GaasUe —. 7 80 Horn* Mak*r 10 New Bra..... 1 SO Total S SO Our Price, $2.00 Ov *bj But Oftr The Sioux City Daily Jour nal (morning edition) to rural route subocrinsrs It.00 New Bra 1.80 Total ."""I Our Pric«, $3.60 Th* Sioux City Dtoilr Journal will ghr* our r*sdsrs th* ww best snd freshest of the worMv news, delivered at your every moraing in the Sunday, sad tho givea you the stats and local news fresh every week, aad pat up tn readable form. The price or the New Bra is $1.80 per year but in this offer you gat both at noly 50c more than ths pried of the Daily Journal alow*, Other Offers New Bra aad 8. a Journal, tvftos a week 8k Paul Dispatch..L80$1.00 Weekly Inter Ooeaa.. 1.60 We have dubbing raise with nearly every magasia* and per iod kml in the United give you ratai will be mooay eavsr*. Drop la aad ass us say time yea are fa* towa. Mmi & In 4 Is Mm Wk Wm En «l Th* Attar Saotaty of tW OathoMa diurch la la float baeket supper aad daaos la now hall next svsaisg. Ths mode lor tha daaoa wifii ha Tba rural roalaoarrlar* taws drivn aocjaaft of hssvy te soma plaoss m, impaasabie aad om or ,twa .ram have aol I regular mnte 3 s I 'A A f.