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naa r X \ X HARDWARE FOR HOLIDAYS X X M/ i people never think of going to a Hardware Store when looking for Christmas Presents. And yet it is true that our establishment supplies some of the finest possible Holiday Presents, as handsome as the presents elsewhere and more useful x s OME i X X X X There Is Not a Wife in Weiser x X ■ X now using any ordinary cook stove but who would be more delighted over a h nice new range than anything else the same money could buy. I New heater, new cook stove, nice kitchen utensils, or anything Sof that kind, makes a good present that will be appreciated. n THE GREAT MAJESTIC. X a -fv . • o X I THE GREAT MAJESTIC I n x (ft 3. 3 U MAJT5T1C MFC. CO. I5T.LDUI5. MAJESTIC MFC. CO. 5T.LDUIS. n X < u s 3 H X i. h s 15 GAL. iCOPPER Irkscrvoir \ NICKELED OPP & DAVIS 3 < OD S X U m l h s tr x $ o n St X (ft o u H o X w i a COME AND SEE OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS E X THE GREAT MAJESTIC. T O people who have pressing needs and very little money to spend for presents, we suggest that they inspect our line of Kitchen and Household Supplies. We enable them to make presents that will supply their living needs, and thus make their holiday money do the work of filling future wants while making the household happy with presents that are more gratefully received than if they were useless gewgaws. How would some of these do? THE GREAT MAJESTIC X X X ¥ X X X 1 gVTfr x: U>3 I 1 X D [( Ik! » -i SM X a ■ «j I ft x x z JL T.t.l.l.l.f Society Cnrdn. f Weiser lodge No. '23. A. F. & ,'fc' A. M. meets the tirât ftnd 3rd Ip Tuesdays of each mouth at the ik Masouic hall. All regular Ms JMsons iu good standing are oor Bd dially invited to attend. æ| G, M. Watkhhoüsk, W. M. SpfiooDHEAKT. Secretary . LTIC CHAPTER No. 19, Ü. E S. nlar meetings the second and ^^^^^^Jesdays of each month. Mem bers In (flood standing of sister chapters are always wHcomv. r nR. : Louisa M. Rhea, \\ . M. LOBXKA Hixon. Secretary. L*S fourth V ii Weiaer lodge No. 17, I. O. O. F. meets 0* Saturday of each week Ht 1. O. O. F. 1W.nl«, Visiting brothers are always >£ak£a».' Thos. E. Kelly, N. G. 0, M. Habvky, Secretary. MYRTLE Lodge No. 36. Knights ■Pythias, meets every Monday I , evening at 7:30 in K. of P. ball. Visiting brothers always a *«00»e. Lot L. Fbltham, C. C. . K. R. and S. tTAliOS Circle no. 154 , women of IV. Woodcraft, meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays L O. O. F. hall at 7;30 tting neighbors always welcome. Etta McCune, G. N. of p.m. P, B. Q,4TX0Ki). Clerk. ' 'S i- Ttr Weiser Valley Camp No. W . of THF. W I 3S3. meets every second m 3 wartR Thursdays. Visiting brothers cor RH to attend oiif , ß HRUCE c c . 8 F- 8. aOUmiDKR. XB KISER CAMP No. 7080, M. W. A_ H BWU the 3d and 4th Wednesday of r«ch momh at I. O. O. F. hall at 8:00 p. VUitlng neighbors are cordially m vlted to attend . ' Q.W. Moyer, \ ,C. SraWAST H Travis, Clerk. ProlfeHwiomtl Curd«. * L. 8TKEVES, A. M., M. D. B r. Phv Nicinn ana Sufgeoii WEISER, IDAHO. Bwrgwoa 0< 8. L C». "3*11, promptly Attended to day or night, Office In Sommer Block. mmæ&m - Telephone 12 L 0.*B. SHIRLEY, ykiciiin aiul 8fi»-*ffeoii fe: 'WEISER, IDAHO. calls promptly attended to. ^Kte wool warerooms Special S^Hlseascs of women. , WATERHOUSE, slau and Surjfeou 1I8ER, IDAHO, ey & Waterhouse Bldg. Gth. and Perrault Sts. >rner R. A. M. CURL I) ^ ^ _ r Y pr A#7"/ ^^TT" » V f I W f Room 4, Sommer Block, WEISER, IDAHO. DENTISTRY In all Its branches, and all work guaran teed. Metal and Celluloid liâtes. [)R. J. WASHINGTON EASTER ■ Proprietor Welser Dental Parlors Rooms 3, 4 and 5 Ayers Bld'g. All the latest improvements _ in dentistry. Conusltation Free W. D. LOVEJOY G. P. KUBA ßHEA, & LOVEJOY, Attorney^ at Lnw Will practice in all the courts of the State WEISER, IDAHO. L 0T L. FELTHAM Lawyer iiikI Mining' Promoter. Williams Building WEISER, IDAHO M. PERRILL, w. Attorn ey-at-Lft w COUNCIL. IDAH > Hon. J. H. RICHARDS, of Boise Higher Courts. ^JILTON G. CAGE, LAWYER Rooms 5 and 6, Sonna Bloc«, BOISE. IDAHO. General Law. Mining and Land Office Practice. 24 IJTTER & LUCK, Civil find Mining: KlIgfilKMM'N. D. A. UTTER,—Deputy U. S. M. S. C. W. LUCK,—City Engineer OFFICE—Williams Building, First street, IDAHO. WEISER ß F. HETTINGER, . Bnrber hikI IIiilrdreMNur IBntlia. WEISER, IDAHO. Shop in Vendôme Hotel. J^R. J. E. ANDERSON, OSTEOPATHIST Rooms 38 and 39. Hotel Weiser. Office Hours, 9 to 5 Examination and consultation free, ea tly located in Weiser. Penna nov I-01 Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that an election held by the qualified electors residing in the pro posed district,on Saturday the 4th day of January A. D. 1902,at which election will be submitted the question ns to whether er not the territory and lands herd into and created ill be fter described, shall be organized irrigation district, under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Idaho, entitled "An act to the organization and government • districts and to provide for the acquisition of water and other property and for the distribu tion of water thereby for irrigation purposes.and for other and similar purposes, approved March 6.1899." And all acts and tory and supplemental thereto. ■id for ¥ irrigatio parts of acts amenda Said proposed district is hereby designated and named '•Weiser Irrigation District," situat ed in Washington county, in the slate of Idaho, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point whence the southeast cornerof section twenty-nine,in township eleven, north of range five west of Boise Meridian, in Washington county, stale of Idaho, bears east, six hundred and sixty feet;thence east 5280 feet; thence north 660 feet; thence east 660 feet in tersecting east line of section twenty-eight at a point, six hundred and sixty feet nortli of the southeast cornerof said section; thence south 660 feet to the corners of sections 27. 28. 83 and 34; thence east. 1320 leet; thence south 660 feet; thence east 1320 feet; thence south 660 feet; thence east 6^) feet: thence south 1820 feet;thence feet;east660 feet;thence south660;thence east 1320 feet to a point whence the east one quarter corner of section thirty-four (34) bears north 660 feet; thence south 660 feet; thence east 2640 feet: thence south 660 feet; thence cast 660 feet; thence south 660 feet to quarter corner of section thirty-five (35) bears west 660 leet; thence west 3300 feet to the southeast corner of section 34: thence north 660 feet; thence west 660 feet; thence north 660 feet; thence west 1320 feet; thence north 660 feet; thence west 6flU feel; thence north 1320 feet; thence west 660 feet;thence north 660 feet;thence west 1980 feet to a point whence the northenstcor ner of section thirty.three f 33J bears north 1320 feet;thence north 66Ö feet;thence west 528J feet to anoint whence the northeast corner of section thirty-two I32J »»ears nortli 660 feet; thence west 450 feet; thence south 660 leet to the north line of Park street in the city of Weiser; thence west 450 feet to the center line of Walnut street;thence south 433 feet to the center line of Liberty street; thence west 660 feet to the center line of; Kim street; thence south 666 feet to the center line of Main street; thence west to the center of Monroe creek; thence along the center of the Main channel of Monroe creek to the center of Commercial street; thence west along the center line of Commercial street to its intersection with point whence the si e of Walker street: thence south along ■* •• center 11 m the center line of Walker street to the north line of the O. S. L By. right-of-way; thence south easterly along said north line of said right-of way to the Welser rlvtr: thence down and along the right bank of Weiser river to its west mouth at Snake river, thence down and along the meandering of the right hank of Snake river to a point at center line of the south side of lot three in section nineteen of township eleven, north of range six west. B. M.; thence north one hundred and ninety-seven feet to the north line of section nineteen, in said township and ge; thence east 600 feet;thence north 660 feet; thence e^st 1320 feet: thence north 660 feet; thence east 1320 feet to the west line of section seventeen in said township and range; thence north 660 feet; thence east 660 feet; thence north 660 feet; thence east 1320 feel; thence north 660 fMHt: thence west 660 feet; thence nc/lh 1980 feet to the north line of section township and range; thence east 1320 feet; thence south 1320 feet; thence 660 feet; thence south 660 feet; thence east 1320 feet: thence north 660 feet; thence east 3960 feet; thence north 660 feet: thence east 1320 fe.et; thence south 660 feet; thence east 660 feet to the action sixteen ; thence east 8960 fe.el; east 1080feet:thence south 1820 feel; thence east 1320 feet; thence south 660 feet; thence east 600 feet; thence south 1320 feet to the south line of section fourteen in east 1820 feel; •ast 660 feet;thence t to the east line of nd range; st 3300 feet; st 660 feet:thence r in said n Ht east line of thence south 660feet;the Id town, and range; the thence south 660 feet;thence south 1980: thence 660 feet en section twenty-three in said town, thence sooth 660 feet: thence the south 1820 feet: thence east 1320 feet to the east line of section twenty-five in said town, and range; thence south 660 feet; the feet; thence south 660 feet; thenc»* east 5280 feet: thence north 660 feet: thence east 1980 feet to the east line of section twenty-nine in township eleven north of range five west of B. M.; thence south 1320 feet; thence west 660 feet; thence south 1320 feet to the place of beginning. And that the maps, exhibits and profiles, filed herein are referred to and made a part of the de scription of said proposed Irrigation District. And it is further ordered that said proposed Weiser Irrigation District, is sub-divided into five districts, hounded, designated and described as follows, to.wlt :e south 2640 feet;thence st 3300 DISTRICT No. 1. All that portion of the territory of said dis trict. hereinbefore described, lying east of the center line of Sections 30 and* 31. in township eleven north of range five, west, is hereby des ignated and constituted district or precinct No. 1, of said irrigation district. DISTRICT NO. 2. All that portion of the territory of said dis ict hereinbefore described D ing west of the f sections 30 and 81. in township center ii eleven, north of range live west H. M. and east of the center line of sections 23, 26. and 8ft. in township eleven, North of range six. west of the Boise Meridian, is hereby designated, and con stitute Distr ct 2. of said Irrigation District. DISTRICT NO. 3. Beginning at the north-east corner of the north-west quarter of section twenty-six : thence west U> the north-west corner of the north-east quarter of section twenty-eight, thence south to Snake river: thence up Snake river to the center line of section thirty-five all of the above sec tions being in township eleven, north of range six, west, of the Boise Meridian, thence north to the place of beginning is hereby designated and constituted District or Precinct No. 3. of said Irrigation District. w . Itemnnlue on the ennui of the Weiter Water Company, where the center line of section 23 in tersects the same; thence down said canal no ' v surveyed and the Eaton Lateral to Snake River; thence up Snake riv, ' r to H point where the north line wctlou twenty-nine intersects said river, thence east on said line to the north-west corner of section twenty-eight, all in township eleven. north of range six. west: thence north one-half mile; thence east one and one-half miles; thence north one-half mile: thence east to the plane of beRlnnlng is hereby designated and constituted ^ or P re °l DC * ^°* ® Ba 'o Irrigation District. , . . . . # DISTRICT NO. 4. Beginning at the north-east corner of the north-west quarter of section twenty-six; thence north one mile; thence west one mile; thence south one-half mile; thence west one and - half miles, thence south one-half mile, thence west to Snake river: thence up Snake .river to the center line of _ _ tion 33; thence north to the nortn-east corner of the north-west quarter of section twenty-eight; all of said sections being in township eleven nortli of range six. west; thence east two miles to place of beginning is hereby designated and constituted District or Precinct No. 4 of said Irrigation District. DISTRICT NO. 5. id election there shall be elected five dl id proposed district, each of whom free-holder in the division, and an At rectors of shall la* a elected. And it is also further ordered that the follow med persons are appointed as ollicers to Id election, and the following named places are designated as tlie polling place for the several districts respectively. InK conduct DISTRICT NO. I. Registrar—Charles 1* Judges— N. F. Kimball, Thomas Shannon and A. J. Hopkins. Distributing Clerk—Mrs. Nellie L. Hanthorn. Polling place— Welser Opera House. DISTRICT NO. 2. Registrar—Dennis Dyer. Judges—8. C. Hale, L M. Dickerson and John C. C •linan. Distributing clerk—Ira Hopper. Polling Place—School house of District No. II. , DISTRICT NO. 3 Registrar—William Smith., * Judges—J. B. Heinenway. Joseph Smith and A. Watson. Distributing Clerk—J. K. Dean. Polling place—Lower Schoolhouse of District No. 22. district No. 4 . Registrar— m. k. Beckwith, Judge«--J. d. Benson, r i ravis Brown, and ^V)litnbutin« clerk■ Michael Rv.n uoîiYu «place c -&;hooihou*e of DUtrict No 4i. district No, 6 . Jmfit «-- Du»i(f* il«ÏÎ. *n Lincoln Thom», .nd w L, Nicbo",. Lincoln mom», »nu Dl.trlbutlng clerk—S. n. Snyder. Pol 1 1 h u place—Hemenwav Selioolhouse. And It In also further ordered that at «aid elec tipn the qualified electors voting thereat, shall cast ballot which shall contain the words ''Irri gation District— yes." or "Irrigation District No." or words equivalent thereto, and also the names of the persons to be voted for to fill the various elective offices herein prescriiied. At said election the polls must be opened one hour after sunrise on the morning of election, and be kept open until sunset of the same day, when the same must be closed. And further that the clerk of this hoard give notice of such election in the manner provided bylaw, by the publication of such notice of election, in the Welser Signal, a newspaper pub-I lished iu the town of Weiser, in Washington tv. Idaho, for a period of at least five weeks f prior to said election. And It is further ordered that the compensa tion of the registrars for said election Is fixed at the sum of twentyflve cents for each q elector registered The auditor is hereby authorized and Instruct ed to prepare and fundsh the necessary forms, blanks and supplies necessary for the conduct to be a charged against said district provided the same is created. By order of the board of County Coiniiilsslon f Washington county. State of Idaho. Dated at Welser. Idaho this liflth day of Nov ember. A. D. 1901. Attest: 11 fled id election th of I. F. SMITH. Clerk. Notice of Sheriff 1 » Hale. In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho, in and for the Coun ty of Washington. State Bank of Idaho. Limited, a Corporation Plaintiff. Vs. E. B. Cohen. Harry Crlss. Jenny Criss and K. L. Sabin, Defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure, issued out of the district court of the third judicial district of the state | of Idaho, in and for the countv of Washington, j tiie Iltii day of December. A. D 1901. in the above entitled action, wherein the said plaintiff, , State Bunk of Idaho. Limited, a corporation, ob tained Judgment and decree against said defend- i ants. K. B. Cohen. Hurry Criss. Jenny Crlss and R. L. Sabin, on the 15th of October. 1901. which ■ said decree was oil the 16th of October. 1901, re- | corded l page 162 , n Judgment Hook "B of said court, on | -• 1 am commanded to sell the following , described real estate, to-wit: Beginning at th«* northeast corner of the public square in the town of Council, and running thence west one hundred and fifty (150> feet, thence north one hundred (100) feet, thence east one hundred and i fifty (150) feet, thence south one hundred (100) feet to the place of beginning, containing three ; lots. Being the land upon which the store build ing of Cohen \ Crlss and the Council Hotel building are situate. Together with singular the tenements, bered 'la ses thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. In the Countv of Washington, State of Idaho. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 6th day of January, A. I> 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the front door of the County Court House, In thecitvof Weiser, in said cou ty of WaNhington. I will, in obedience to order of sale and decree of foreclosure, sell the above described property, or may be necessary to satisfy said decree and Judgment, together with interest thereon and in II 11ml •ills and ap porte i<l much thereof as gold coin of the United States of America. Dated at Welser. Idaho. December Ilth. 1901. JAMES p. Ci HAY. Sheriff . By J. M. YORK, Deputy. 2-2 : Kodo Dyspepsia Cure ninpefe whxt vnn «at I "-**»®*^* Wnat yOU Cal.. It artificially digests the food and aids i Nature Id strengthening and recou- 1 •trading the exhausted digestive or* • It lathe latest discovered digest- | an ^ an d toulc. No other preparation cao approach It ln etliclcucy« It ln* »UDtly relievesBU(1 permanently CUre8 Dvspepsla, Indigestion, Heartburn, r latulence. bour Stomach, Nausea, Headache, Gastralgla.Crampsand a n other results of Imperfect digestion. Price Wc and It. Large size contains 2H times small »U«. Book all about dyspepsia mallodtree p rapar «d kv E. C OkWITT «CO.. CbltaflO. TOBACCO SPIT I ■■ ■ 1^1 I « e u a g r fc/WljLI Î, . U K . Yotlf Life A Wily 1 You can be cured of any form of tobacco usina easilj. be made well, strong, magnetic, fuller new life and vigor by taking MO-TO BAO* that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten dava. Over 300,000 cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FRHR. Address STERLING 1 REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437 ! • â A Search Your Titles. W* / Thousands of records are in* accurate and lead to serious trouble if not corrected in lime. Don't buy properly without an abstract. We are legally authorized to do this work and have a 125 000 bond behind ua. Only an abstract furnished by. bonded abstracters are udmiisable iu court as evidence. We have the only complete set of ab stract books in the county. You can get lie shortest time, and one that Is uhsolutely correct. Record« searched and tilles reviewed and correct ed at reasonable figures. abstract Washington County Abstract Co. Ltd Onice—First street. Williams' Block. WEISER, IDAHO. WANTKD-SEVERAL PERSONS OK CHAR ac ter and good reputation in each state (one in C auntv required) to represent und advertise 0 | d established wealthy business house of solid financial standing. Salary 118.00 m expenses additional, all payable iu Wednesday direct from head offices, carriage furnished, whe Enclose self-addressed sta HU ,. r> aiOCaxton Building, with each Horse and cessary. References, piped envelope. Mau Chicago. eeklg T-" r rjnm JIM LEE, Proprietor, Commercial Street, Weiser, Idaho Meals at all hours. 25 cents. 21-meal ticket worth 86.25, for 84.60. Everything the market affords. Oysters in all styles iu season. F ro«b. Bread always hand 6c uer loaf - HEADQUARTERS FOR CHEAP LAND. 1 have for Ba,e tlie be8t bargains on Dead Ox Flat which will be watered soon. go acres unimproved land. Price. $500. loo acres for $1200. 120 acres, small house, barn and sheds, Windmill and wheel. 10 acres in alfalfa hay. 40 acres in wild hay. Price $1500 jöO acres small house barn granary. shade trees.' orchard bearing, two wind mi u g ttc . Price $1500. j give you any kind of a bargain thtl you want if you will net at once, _ — i K. C. MCKINNEY, Weiser, Idaho. WHITE RESTAURANT 1 have just bought the well-known White Restaurant and will take charge on the 35th of October. I will serve up first-class meals at all hours between 0 am. and 10 p.m. Meals, 33o. Short orders according to,customary ratet. Louie Gluey.