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; Sign of the Big Chain.
Weiser, Idaho
A Box of Candy
FREE.
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With every $5.00 purchase we will give a pound of
Choice Candy until January ist.
Churchill Drug Co.
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HACKS,
WAGONS
BUGGIKS
Oliver Riding and Walking Plows
PEERING Mowers and Rakes
MAJESTIC STEEL RANGES
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Going to Headquarters for
Glass, Fancy
Front Doors,
And all kiud3 of building Material at
Kelly's Lumber Yard.
JjfcS Where do you
get your Black
jjjP smithing done?.
tU I guarantee the
most skillful work and
want your patronage.
Try me once.
Lew Waters.
The Second Hand
Dealer for bar
FERGUSON,
gains in all kinds of
Second Hand Gootls,
Stove Repairing. Located between
brewery and Kelley's lumber yard.
Wkisbr,
Idaho.
Holiday
Goods
Imported and Domestic
Perfumes.
Leather Goods, Ebony sots,
Stag Horn Sets.
Celluloid Sets,
And a Complete Line of Hol
iday Presents
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SNAPS !
I have some fine snaps in the
way of
r»rm Property.
both in this locality and under the
new ditch across
TKo BnaUo Hiver 1i*
Oregon.
Call and let me show them. I always
have an abundance of money to loan.
n.-.O. McKinney.
1 News of Our Neighbors!
»•»•»•♦•♦•♦•♦•«•»•»•«•-»•»e
Indian Valley.
Bob McPhearson came up from Pay
ette Friday to spent the holidays with
the Anderson family. He has been
working for Mr. McElroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Anderson, sister Ed
na and Jack McPhearson new in Cam
bridge Saturday.
Arthur Steward returned home Satur
day from Iowa where he has been with
horses.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stevens from
Crane are in the valley visiting Mrs.
Stevens parents Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart.
Mr. and Mas. Jim Slater were doing
business in Cambridge Saturday.
O. L Byers returned home from
Payette Friday. He has been working
for Mr. Wilson.
Mrs. J. U. Wilkerson was in Cambridge
last week visiting her daughter Mrs.
Shaffer.
Arthur Steward lias gone to Oregon on
business.
George Horn was in Cambridge Satur
day doing business.
Married, Sunday Dec. 21, at the home
of B. Shaw his daughter Nettie to Mr.
Chattman of Middle valley.
Mrs. J. M. Rynearson of Edmonds,
Washington came Tuesday to make an
extended visit with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Steward.
Mr. Shearer, of Hornet creek made a
flying trip to the valley Friday. He
came down for Mr. Wilkie whose three
children were quite ill with what was
supposed to be pneumonia.
Mr. Baxter and son Will and Mr. Grif
fin were in Cambridge Saturday.
Mr. Amos from Council was in the val
ley painting the inside of the sahoolhouse
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hutchinson were
in Cambridge Tuesday.
R. G.
Weiser Valley.
Miss Della Shaw entertained a few of a
tier many friends last Friday evening in
honor of lier nineteenth birthday. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Riggs,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Madison.Mr. and Mrs.
James Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Shaw.
Misses: Lena Ottman. Della Connell,
Olive Shaw, Grace Etuer, Edith Benson,
ArvillaShaw, Della Shaw Messrs. George
Benson, Bert Town ley, Delbert Fifer.
Charley Townley, James Watson, Ed
Fifer, Ben Ross, Will Stover, Jannie
Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. A Abies.
Miss Emma Brown and Miss Lottie
Campbell have returned from the I. I. I.
for their home to spend the vacation.
Miss Gribbon, who is teaching in the
Hemmenway disrtict will have but one
week's vacation.
Their will be no Christmas exercises
or tree at the Chapel.
Material has been purchased for the
purpose of reseating the chapel;work will
be commenced as soon as possible.
There will be a dance at the McKinney
hall Christmas.
Born to Mr. and Mrs Morrison, a girl.
The honeymoon club, which was or
ganized some time ago is still growing
Six new members were received last Sat
urday evening.
Miss Della Connell will leave for Mid
dle valley next week, where she will spend
the holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Riggs spent Fri
day with Mr. and Mrs. James Riggs.
Middle Valley.
Dec. 22.
Edmond Kilborn is breaking a young
horse to work for Charley Larson.
Ras Wiggins butchered six head of
hogs Saturday.
Dan Couts is still keeping bachelor's
hall on his ranch at the mouth of Reed's
grove.
The jaok rabbits are quite numerous
in our valley this winter, and are doing
considerable damage to young orchards.
The ranchers are retaliating on them,
however, since the recent cold weather
by laying in ambush for them on moon
light nights and shooting them.
We have been having some cold weather
for the past ten days, it being clear, and
cold, with the thermometer ranging from
10 to 22 below zero.
James A. Stewartand wife took a load
of geese and ducks to Cambridge the fore
part of the week, which they disposed
of at a good figure to Cambridge citizens.
John Hopper went to Cambridge
the mouutain road in a cutter Friday;
returning the same day.
Francis Potter will give an Xmas din
ner at his home in Middle valley on
Christmas day in honor of his mother
and his children.
Freeman Steward and wife have been
weaving a carpet for Joel Keithley.
Lots of estrays being taken up here
this winter.
The roads have been very rough for
the last week, as they were cnt up pretty
bad during the warm days that followed
the snow, and the cold wave froze them
up solid causing good sleighing to be
out of the question. It is snowing to day
(Dec. 22) which will in all probabilités
level the rough places up again and
cause good sleighing.
Mr. Jones of Thousand Spring valley
bought a fine span of horses, and a cow
for $245 from James A. Stewart a few
days ago. Mr. Jones will use them on
his ranoh which he recently bought of
sheriff-elect Willoughby Adams.
Dr. George M. Waterhouse was in our
valley last Tuesday
recruits for the M. W. A.
The I. O. O. F. are trying to estab
lish a camp in our valley; don't know
just what success they are having, but
hope they will succeed.
opper of Moscow University
was expected home from that oity Satur-
day to spend the Xmas and a fe'w days
vacation. This is the second year for Mr.
Hopper at the univeisily.
-Hay is worth $4.00 a ton in our valley
at present and plenty of it. Apples,
choice, winter varities are selling at $1.50
per cwt. second grade $1.00 per cwt.
There will be a Xmas tree at Milton
Hopper's Christmas eve.
over
examinlning
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Will
Council.
It has been snowing for twenty-four
honrs.
Oscar Sprague was down from Oupru
last Saturday.
Clarence and Elmer Shaw, of Lardo,
were doing business here the past week"
Walter Hinke closed a four months
term of school on lower Hornet last
j Friday.
Lester Moore and Noah Brown
m
JÇJ" from Meadows after frei K h t l*st
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came
Mrs. Seward Piper has beeh quite sick
To my Friends, Patrons and tie
Public in General.
I hereby wish you a most
Ha/ppy Kew Year.
Accept my thanks for your liberal pa
tronage during the past year and my
sincere wishes for your continued health
and prosperity.
Morris Sommer.
weiser.
IDAHO.
for two weeks.
There was a dance at Mose Elliott's
place at Dale Christmas night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Duree, of Middle
Valley,came up today and will visit with
relatives until after the holidays.
Miss. Lillie Arrington, who has been
attending school at Boise, came home
Saturday but will return the first of the
year.
There was a dance at Frank Conway's
Middle Fork last Friday night.
Mrs. Mode Addington spent last week
at lier sons in the upper end of the val
lev.
on
Mrs. Lambert's brother came up from
Weiser Saturday and will visit here a few
days.
Bob Harp and wife moved to Weiser
during the week.
Mrs. Noah Brown came down from
Meadows Friday to meet Miss Mabel
Briscoe of Boise.
Mrs. Mark Peterson's brother came
over from Baker during the week.
Mrs. Margaret Ruf spent several days
in town during the week, the guest of
of Lillie Arrington.
Frank Glenn left last Friday to spend
the winter at his old home in Arkansas
George Wiley, of Price, Valley, was
doing business here Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Violet Stevens is visiting her
parents at the stage station.
Mrs. Henry Day, who has been teach
ing at Cambridge, came home Monday.
Mrs. Ashby came down from Landore
Fridav.and went on to Weiser to spend
the holidays.
Royal Mathias started last Friday to
Jerome, Arizona where he will spend a
couple of months visiting relatives.
Rev. Bell, of Cambridge, preached at
the White school house last
morning and evening.
Mrs. John Lakey is very low with
pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Wilson were doing
business in town Saturday.
Tilda Moser came up from the Aca
demy Saturday.
Marion Crowell and wife, Don Mathias
and Eliza Biggerstaff, Tom Estes and
Violet Stevens will go to Price Valley
Wednesday to attend the wedding of
Alice Wiley and Mr. Klotz.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McMahan have
gone to Meadows to attend the wedding
of George McMahan and Miss Zera
Rigden.
Maud Peters will go to Weiser Satur
day to visit friends during the vacation.
Edgar Moser is hauling lumber to build
a new house in town.
A ten-pound boy arrived at the home
of Lewis Winkler last week.
The gentle spirit of Mrs. Guy Foster
took it flieht last Saturday at 4 o'clock
She had been confined to her bed for four
weeks and lier death had been hourly
expected. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. Lea, of Weiser. A large
concourse of relatives and freinds follow
ed the remains to the grave.
At the last regular meetsng of Diamond
Rebecca Lodge No. 5C, Conncil the fol
lowing officers were elected: Mrs. Frank
Mathias, noble grand; Mrs. Isaac Mc
Mahan, vice grand;Maud Peters,financial
secretary; Lena Whiffln, recording sec
retary; Mrs. Minnie Zink, chaplain ; Mrs.
Maria Leek, treasurer.
Be Wrote it Himself.
A bright little North Powder hope
ful who had played truant from school
came the
morn
idg, accordidg to the Powder Valley
Echo, with the following anamolious
note:
"Miss Clar, please excuse Willy
for being absent yesterday. He had
a bad cold, and besides I tore
pants.
my
MRS. J. SMITH."
A Million Voices
Could hardly express the thanks
of Homer Hall, of West Point, la.
Listen why; A severe cold had set
tled on his lungs, causing a most
obstinate cough. Several physicians
said he had consumption, but could
not help him. When all thought he
was doomed he began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and writes-"It completely cured
me and saved my life. I now weigh
227 lbs." It's positively guaranteed
for Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles
free at Davis Drug Co.
Authentic Thunder Mountain
obtained from the Signal columns.
news
THE FINEST...
We not only offer you a large va
riety of meats, but we offer you the
finest of each variety. We buy no
meat we cannot recommend when
we sell it.
You will find nothing but the
finest for whatever you purpose to
use it when buying here.
J. -A.. YYiseman,
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Proprietor.
Successor to Withy's Market.
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The Sunday school festival (Epis
copal) at the opera house on Wednes
day evening was a great success, tie
children, teachers and a large attend
ance of friends enjoying "a real
good time" at Christmas tree and
abundant gifts were among the at
tractions, which included also sing
ing and recitations by the children.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Coakley
and Mr. Raynor Coskley superin
tended the production of tableaux of
marked excellence and beauty, and
everybody present felt grateful to
them for the pains they had taken in
training the youDg people and
children who took part in them, and
in the mechanical arrangements and
lighting, which were admirably
managed. Everything passed off
delightfully, and all went home
happy, the children loaded with gifts.
WEDNEDAY
Walter Sater, Bourne; Sam Wilson,
Profile; T J Hendricks, Profile; L E
Thomas, Galen Ward, Mrs Ward, Weiser
Flat; J W Conners, Hillsda'e; Frank
Hoffman, Gibbondale; Ohas Hopper,
Pendleton; J T Perrin. Milton.
THURSDAY
E W Cummings,Seattle;J O Hendricks,
Baker; J E Longham.Boise; Geo P Rhea,
Oity; Alex Houlahan, Heath; Mrs Grace
Phelan, City;Mrs Lawrenoe Phelan,City;
R T Smith,City; Alex Johnson and wife,
City; R D Bothwell, City; E R Loberg,
City; Miss Hattie Smith, City; R J Mc
Furzhugh,
City; Maria Cuddy, Boise; Matilda Ghros,
Cambridge; D J Hays, Bourne; John W
Evans, City.
Friday.
R T. Smith, City; Geo. Falligau.Mann
Creek. Geo. F. Bilymor, Caldwell; W. F.
Mackey, Middle valley; Mrs. Thomas
Mackey, Middle valley; Bert Woodland
and wife, Mann Creek; Miss Landson,
Boise.
Nothing is too good for our trade.
We have purchased from the factory,
the genuine pure Baking Powder
named "Perfect" and will guarantee
every ounce as pure as chemistry can
make it. M. E.8ommercamp & Co.
What's In a Name?
Everything is in the name when
it comes to Witch Hazel Salve, E.
C. DeWitt & Co. of Chicago, discov
ered, some years ago, how to make
a salve from Witch Hazel that is a
specific for Piles. For blind, bleed
ing, itching and protruding Piles,
eczema, cuts, burns, bruises and all
skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has
equal. This has given rise to
no
num
erous worthless counterfeits. Ask
for DeWitt's—the
genuine. For
sale by Davis Drug Co.
A New Line of Winter Hats
trimmed special lor Holiday trade
from $1.00 up,nice hats at $2, $2.50
and $3, also shirt waist sets, sash
pins and perfumery at
28 4s
Mrs. L. M. Hand.
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We only bundle milk for the benefit
of those wh" want good qualiiy. Only
good milk here.
16 Quart-Tickets for $1,
Cream at 35 ceuLs per Quart. Sep
arated Milk at 10 cents per Gallon.
A. C. Mitchell
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