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The Wagner leader. (Wagner, Charles Mix County, S.D.) 1912-1912, February 02, 1912, Image 1

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Have you seen those
Leap Year
Post Cards at
PEOPLES VARIETY STORE
I6NETTA JOHNSON, Prop
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IBRITE LITE and COMET I
GASOUNE UGHTING DEVICES I
We hare the tale In Wagner of 3
this' well-known and west satisfy
tory fighting systems, manufactured ~3
by the Albert Lea Gas Light Co. 2
THE "GEM" SELF HEATING
FLAT-IRON
Um» is
what
yon hare wn looking for,
good self-heating fiat iron. The 'Gem" is
the most artistic and durable iron on the
market. It it highly nickel polished and it
the only practical self-heating iron made.
It ia so simply constructed that anyone could
Isari* to operate same in a few minutes.
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FIRST STATEB ANK
WAGNER, S. D.
Capital, Surplus and undivided profits $25,000.00
Thomas F. Long Fnuik Strohbehn
Ed. Scnose
B. F. Morgu Jakob Bans
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C. KNIGHT,
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THE bromi.ey meetings
Tne revival campaign undet the
recti on of Bromley and Meyers
it
in its second week, and the growth of
interest is very gratifying. Last S
bath was a great day. The Sunday
morning service was most helpful am
the oeople were profoundly moved.
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b? a vouof the a*n Rev. Bromley**^ it boat ^*1. ttywmm. Vatf
was requested to give another lectere at All Druggiata.
to men next Sunday afternoon at 2:15 ..
o'clocck which he promised to do. Now
men, you cannot afford to miss this l»c
ture. Lome early and get a good seat
and hear the best lecture to men you
evef heard.
At the cease of the Sunday evening
service the first invitation was given
aid ten men and women pressed their
way t' the front and there upon their
knees surrendered themselves to God
and were gloriously converted. Mon
day evening six more found their way
to God. At the young ladies meeting
six have made their surrender, making
twenty-two in all who have begun the
Christian life in these services. But
this is only the drop before the show
er. tiod's spirit is working wonoer
fully in the entire town and we already
have the aasurance that a great hos
of people are coming to Christ.
There ia going to be a big noise in
Wagner. The day comae when they
will be gathered together and they
will be clcthed with fleah and this
valley will witness a resurrection of
cbaractwie that will make of this place
a new Wagner and will make the devil
feel lonesome around these parts. A
very interesting service is now being
{planned. "A meeting for women on
ly," to tvi held Saturday afternon at
2:16 o'clock. Rev. Bromley will de
liver the lecture and it will be very
helpful. It ia deairei that all shop
pers that can do ao, will arrange your
shopping so that the lady clerks of all
storea may attend this service. If
the patrona of our city store will be
thoughtful about this matter it will be
easy for the mrechanta to let the lady
cl«rka off at this hour and get the ben
efits of this lecture. Remember the
time, Saturday afternoon at 2:15. Re
member also if you want a good seat
you must come early for there will be
an immense crowd that will doubtless
fill every seat and then some. Wom
en and girls of all agea are invitsi to,,
this services
Contributed.
VBIGHfFUL POLAR WINDS
blow with terrific foree at the far
north and play bavoe with the akin,
cawing red, rough or enre chapped
heads and lips, that Bucklen's
Arnica 8alve to heal them. It SMkes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
tor old eons, alao burna, h^lv, ekers,
cuts, bruiaea and piles.
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The aft* moon meeting for "mef
only" was a great service. A aarprit
ingly large nuraber of men were pree
eat. Between
four
an five nun
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red
were there. Taking into considera
tion the population of this eiiy thai
was an immense audienc* of men. If
anyon doubts whether this revival is
thriving tell them all they need to 69
is to stop and think a boat this large
bunch of men wno were moat enthuaias
tic hetrers of the gospel.
Then secondly this meeting waa big
from the standpoint of the messsag*
given.. Rev. Bromley was at his beat,
and men heard a message that doubt
leas will not soon be forgotten. The
Evangelist revealed the fact that be
knew men. That he had studied man
from ev«ry angel and knew bow to
ahape bis message so as to get down
where men live. And he got there
Sunday afternoon. The sins of a«o
were trotted out aad hung up in full
view, and aired in a mighty thorough
and victorious fashion, and in Bromley
language, 'the plaster was pot
on," and from the hearty response it
certainly did look as though the bwd
thoroughly enjoyed being told
at
their meanness for the Evangelist was
cheered time and again.
Mr. Bromley closed bis magnificent
lecture ty appealing to every man te
live as he would expect his mother or
wife or sister to live and pleaded for a
greater loyalty to the sacrednesu of
the home, lhe lecture made a pro
found impresaion upon every fan, and
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A COMPLETE SUCCESS
The f»ano recital tendered the moaic
lovers of our city by the enterprising
firm of W. J. Wolfe at their store on
January 27 was a complete success in
every way. A considerable crowd was
present and all enjoyed the playing of
Mrs. Morgan greatly. Mrs. Morgan
has thoroughly established herself in
the minds of oar people as an artiat of
abilitv, possessing a surprising tech
nique and execution. A phrasing and
knowledge of harmony aeldom display,
ed by eoncert pianists. As a violinist
Misa Lake shows remarkable talent
and we look for a bright future for
her in the inuaical world.
The Upton Parlor Grand which was
used during this recital possesses a
wonderful tone, ciear and beautiful
it clearly bears out all that is claimed
for this splendid instrument This
particular piano will be given ABSO
LUTELY FREE to some one of his
elastomers by Mr. Wolfe on Jane 16,
as has been announced in their adver
tising during the paat few weeks.
Some one is going to receive a beauti
ful present. 411 who were present- at
the recital trader their thanks to Mr.
Wolfe and the (artists) for their gen
erous entertainment and we sincerely
hope that *»-«v h*
A HEhu am A L1GH fHOU8E»
For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven,
Mich.,a eivil war captain, aa a light
house keepe*, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is, be might have
been a wreck himself. If Electric Bit
ters had not prevented "They cored
me of kidney trooble and chills," he
writes, after 1 bad taken other ao call
ed cores for years, wit'oat benefit sad
they also improved my sight. Now,
at seventy, I am feeling fine. "For
dyspepsia, indigestion, all siomcah.
and kidney troubles, they'll,
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W AuNER,
Dixie Flyer Motorcycle Contest
RULES
No name of contestant will te known.
No name of contestants will be published,
Pinard & Knight's City Drug Store
held at our store during the p§§| two
in a mercantile way we eyer experienced
Hundreds of People
took advantage of this sale and bought as they never bought before
We believe we have proven that low prices backed by a reputation
will attract trade no matter what the financial conditions are.
This store will continue to grow
The woney derived from this clearance sale will be re-invested in mw meiehardfre
at market price, and as the wholesale prices are much lower than for many years* we
can promise our customers
New and Belter Merchandise at Lower Prices
Wc have a few odds and ends in winter goods that will'be sold kt
Greatly Reduced Prices
and during invoice week will be glad to have you berefit by ibit clos^ out»
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Your mqpey back if yon want it" applied to all goods sold during thfc sale and we
will bfijjOe^tornkotoj
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Every contestant gets 2,000 votes to start with.
Every contestant gets a number.
Standing of contestants' numbers published weekly
All votes must be broft in Wednesday for recording
Votes must not be written on.
Tie votes in package with contestants' number and
amount on top slip onlv.
Color of certificates will be change and must le
recorded weeklyjto count.
Votes are transferable only befora recording*
Contestant having the largest number of votes on
June 29,1912 wins the motoreyde.
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