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CREAM baking powder baking powder of highest class and ighcst leavening strength. Mates the jod purer, sweeter and more wholesome Tested and Approved by the Government hk signal BVBKÏ WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY BY LOCKWOOD &. HARDING. y; >H K: ' Subscribers, Take Notice. the colored address is the date to which Whenever e date given on on your paper mbscription is paid, m k a payment WATCH YOUR if the date is NOT NGEOJVITHIN two weeks 1FY THE OFFICE WITHOUT ,AY. ■A. s. L TIME TABLE U present time for departure of Llrom Weiser are as follows; [—Passenger, west bound 2.20 a. E-Passenger, east " 2.42 a. m. [l-P&ssepger, west " 5.01 p. m. [-Passenger, east " 3 51 p. m. K—Cannon Ball, west " 2.51 p. m. E6-Cannon Ball, east " 9.00 a. m tn. Saturday, April 2, 1904. , M. Gibbons was in the city this k from Payette. H. Gilluly arrived in the city [«day from Parma. M. Johnson, of Boise, was a arrival Thursday. pea McNamara was a visitor in tity Wednesday irom Boise. II. Perro was registered in the Wednesday from Cambridge. I la guest at the Weiser Thursday. I ff. Owens was among city ar ia Wednesday from Grant's Pass, vd W. Prosch, of Houghton, t, was registered at the Weiser nesday, J. Stark, of the "Old J udge" in, has returned from a several u' visit with his parents at Han Mo. [m Stella Phillips, one of the tepla»B em y students, is visiting with ^parents at Cambridge during 1 ion. ™ Browu—of 7 Devils fame— ned Wednesday from a visit to •Walla. He left for the fry yesterday morning. 1 Alexander, the popular Boise, w &n d Baker City clothier, ®city Wednesday looking after Qterestshere. He is well pleasec( ■ the outlook generally. L. Snyder and family of New Washington, arrived in Weiser nesday. This is the gentleman reemiy purchased the Herman near the Hemenway west of town. ■ J, Adsley and John hive been in Boise 1 retnrned Thursday and left r s y mor ning for their homes " Mr. Bridge states that c.«f &m ° UDt of work wil1 be done Ä*** Che Rapid river district this people of that whole Vediv^T 4re v ery desirous that the ° De com P ftny «bould ex lr from Meadows and M »0011 as possible, and • being taken to bring 0.1 upper was (arm >1 bust Bridge, on land busi * 1 The Ville We now ' bugk s cash grocery I i "..ON * Seed Wheat sud Outs KotluJ liar ley, ffr«n, Wh tfi, Ikm mid hhorU, mixed, ttnum, Oim.gnr Upiiioinia kuih and Mankato), Rolled kpMiad UuttVig, 9 t** *9»99999*9*9»99999»9*9»9t9f9t9*9*99 »... I wAI J |,, 1 ami l 'abi.agi ■M lu|i fry »»•Star 999 George W. Waters,of Burns, Ore,, was a city visitor this week. W. M. Wylie was among city rivals Wednesday from Sumpter. W. L. Baker was registered at the Weiser Wednesday from Black Lake, E, E. Edwards, of Gibbonsville, Idaho, was a city visitor this week. A. A. Caviness was among arrivals in the city Wednesday from Cam bridge. A. R. Ingalls was a guest at the Weiser Wednesday from Price Val ar ley. 0. W. Fuller and H. W. Lyons came down from Cambridge Thurs day. T. H. Nelson, of Roseberry, Idaho, was a business visitor in the city this week. C. J. Northrop, the Boise merch ant, was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. Mrs. C. C. Smith came over from Caldwell Thursday to look after her property interests. John E. Yates, the well known Boise sheepman, is a city visitor this week on business. Andy Carroll, son of J. L. p. Carroll, of Council, came down on Wednesday's train. Weiser Academy will reopen April 5. It ts expected that a number of new students v^l! then be enrolled. The first Sunday school will be held at the Brethren church at 10 a. m. Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. Murphy, the purloiner of gloves and fancy articles from the Famous and Ashby's and who was jugged by the city sleuths, plead guilty and is now doing 20 days. C. B. Lloyd, the popular bartender at the "Old Judge," has gone to Portland to receive treatment for one of bis eyes which has been troubling him for some time. John Saling and daughters, Misses Eva, Maud, May and Lillie, returned Tuesday evening frem about a year's absence in California. They returned to their home on Maun creek. " Read the advertisements of Hotel Weiser and Waldo, the bicycle man, new in this issue, iu the Signal, they will tell you something good and they will do you good. W. J. Stuart, manager of the Weiser Mercantile Co's store at Mid vale, came down on Wednesday's train on a business trip, companied by A. P. Trawick, the company's general manager, who had been looking after interests at Mid vale. Read all the ads He was ac s. Hoover, with her Ben, arrived Mrs. B. daughter Ruby and son lu the city Tuesday evening from an extended visit at Rainier and other coaat point». They left Wednesday morning for their home at Cambridge here Mr Hoover la engaged in the butcher business. F. M Buckingham was among city arrivals Thursday from Osborne, Kan. There'll be a hot lime in the old town next Tuesday—and that's no dream. O. H. Dickinson and Chas. R. Hutchison, of Boise, were registered at the Vendôme Thursday. A. H. Steward, C. W. Tuttle and R. T. Tuttle arrived in the city Thursday from Flagler, Colorado, F. W. Ellis, publisher of the Idaho Magazine at Boise, arrived in the city yesterday on a business visit. J. H. Gravert and Adolph Knauff were among city arrivals yesterday from McCook, Neb., and registered at the Weiser. While going from town to the ranch near Mosquite last Saturday Mrs. M. T. Hargrove was taken seriously ill, and is not yet fully covered. Harry Schieler has gone to Grange ville on business before the court in connection with the foreclosure of a mortgage on the Little Giant mining properties in Warren. It beats the band how the police force of the city has increased dur ing the past few days, five in one bunch Thursday night— but they're only waiting and watch ing. Who'll be the lucky man? Dick Phillips, of the firm of Jew ell & Phillips, proprietors of the Copper King, has purchased Mr. Jewell's interest in the business and has assumed full management. The deal was closed Wednesday. While gathering water cress at the spring between the power house and the ice house on the banks of the Weiser, last Wednesday, Mrs. Will Kirby, Jr., had the misfortune to slip and fall in. The result was a liberal mud bath. W. E. Simmons, a consumptive who was in Mrs. Wilson's hospital for a time and who left Friday for the government hospital at Fort Baird, New Mexico, died on the train near Las Vegas. He was a soldier in the Spanish war with First Idaho Volunteers. He will be buried by the government at Fort Baird. re There were Harry Wulff, who has been* con nected so long with the firm of Haas Bros., has resigned and is now lo cated at La Grande, where he is con nected with Bohnecamp & Co., a large general hardware and ma chinery firm. Harry's many friends wish him unbounded success in his new field and heartily commend him to the good people of La Grande. Of course, the Signal will keep him posted on Welser events. Ben Hopper came dowu from Cambridge on Wednesday's train to look after some business matters. He states that matters are quiet in and around Cambridge and that none of the stockmen has a pound of hay, consequently the stock is in poor condition. There is no grass and no hay can be secured, which seems to be the condition generally. Near Thou sand Springs valley about 200 dead sheep can window. All the news In The Signal. be seen from the car Want A THE WANT AD. It Is of coursa Impossible accu rately to gauge the part tb* small "want ad." plays Iu the life of to day, but ItUi well known fact that tbousanda depend upon It for employment. ampler»» *»d yw - . .. ampler»« Mrp*«l»*r *e m»*S* n«*e »»»»•*< 1 ad Am *»•» - l'*ioU4»' Ink anyuanf. Vy aw ad u rev a. Special Sale ♦♦♦* \ ON s? ♦ ♦♦♦ a ♦ ★ k ★ IS «5 We offer 100 pairs of Men's Gauntlet Gloves, regular 75c and $1 values, at per pair. 48c I 100 pairs Men's Heavy Work Gloves, regular 75c values, for per pair . . . 48c • > • • 's DRY GOODS HEADQUARTERS The FAMOUS STORE WEISER HOTEL BLOCK. To the Electors of Weiser. When first I was requested by numerous citizens to accept the nomi nation for mayor of the town of Weiser, I refused to do so, as I felt there were older and more experi enced men in the town who were bet ter qualified to fill the honorable position^ but being pressed by my friends to accept the same and upon being assured that my associates on the ticket would be the Hon. T. P. Woodcock, the leading republican of Washington county (he being chair man of the republican central com mittee of the county,) and the Hon. Thos. Galloway, who is now a mem ber of the Legislature of Idaho and one of the leading democrats of the state, I felt it an honor, and also a duty, to affiliate with them and my friends for better government in moral and financial affairs for the welfare of our community. At that time I did not expect to solicit any votes and so advised my friends, as 1 thought and still think the office should seek the man and not the man the office; but since one of our townsmen who seems to think he is the only man whose interests in Weiser should be considered, (he be ing largely interested in the whole sale and retail of wet goods) has been making personal charges against me and my associates, Messrs, Gallo way and Woodcock, l think it advis able to put myself right before the public. Find of all I want to say to the citizens of Welser that the charge that either Messrs. Galloway, Wood cock or myself have had any under j »Unding with Co). Butcher or any other parlies regsrdiug s claim which Mr. Butcher may have against the city of Weiser is (sise and lu m> I Judgment is mH believed by the par ly circulating Che report, but the »»me is being used by him Co gam w ' few vote# for Che opposition ticket, I which he fo< Moms unknown reason Vo Che public (a so deeply mupnaUd Hi, U nU nbid Ut th» ..iih-c of way of idpyut at ail Uo.es lw sot to nohjooy tiou with the members of the council for the best interests of our flourish ing little city, not dictating to them or any other citizen or official what they must do, as 1 consider the may or should not presume to act on any measure of importance without first consulting and getting the approval of a majority of the members of the council. To those of my friends who con sider the best interests of Weiser can be maintained by my election I will thank them for their votes, and I I || II I I I I I 11 J II ij J . >. /FLYNNS : : u / 4 : v A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship. Hand Made.Clear Havana. FLYNN & CO.. Makers. ,"l Our High-Class GOODS Are the most popular, disregarding the many leaders and cheap articles advertised along side of us. We have no old goods to peddle off at re* duced prices, no old job lots. Yet our prices are lower on the general line of every-day food than others. We do not sell dry goods, just GROCERIES* It will be no April I'ool for you to begin trad ing with us April 1st, We uui do you good, FELTHOUSE BROS., OF COUF&0') 1 j to those who vote for Mr. Kelly thinking they are voting for Weiser's best interest I have the same respect and friendship, but to all my friends over whom I may have any influence I request them to vote for that old tried war horse, the Hön. Thos. C. Galloway, and also for my friend T. P. Woodcock, who has had experi ence in municipal affairs at our state capitol and whose integrity and hon esty has never been questioned by any respected citizen. i B. A. Van Sxcklin.