and MAN ALIN Cured Me
Mrs. E. M. Harris, R. R.
No. 3, Ashland, Wis., sends
a message of cheer to the
Catarrh oi the
"After following your advice
and «tine Parana and M&nalln, i
" eweO •( catarrh of the aoec,
threat aad itanach, from which
1 had suffered tor aeveral years.
When 1 commenced taking Pe
runa I could not make my bed
without stenlaf to rent. Now I
work and am In good
nd this vala
do all m
able remedy to all suffering tram
any disease of the stomach."
Peruna Is Sold Bverywher
Liquid or Tablet Form
THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors.
J. R. M. CULP. Editor.
PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK.
OK* YkAR. ir PAID IK ADVANO*
To all subscribers outside of the United
States 11.60 per year.
"Entered April 28, t903, at Rathdrum, Ida
ho, an second-class matter, under Act of
Congress of March 3,1879.
• * - This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war.
Voters of Idaho must not over
look the constitutional amendment
to abolish the office of state super
intendent of public instruction at
the coming election. There is no
politics in this amendment. All
parties and the present encumbent
agree that the office is unnecessary
and should be abolished.
The government, through the
county directors, is calling on
farmers and all others to bring in
all the scrap iron and steel they
have. The need of this material
is said to be very urgent.
Things are sizzling around the
short term senatorial toga.
Buv bonds and back the guns
that hit the Huns.
PROGRESS OF THE WAR.
The allies continue to drive back
the Germans all along the western
front north of Verdun. The Germans
are fleeing from northern Belgium,
hotly pursued by Belgian, British and
French troops. The British, Frencb
and Americans north of St. Quentin
and the Americans aod Frencb north
of Rheims are advancing steadily,
meeting fierce resistance at many
points especially in the Champagne
region where the German second line
or defense ha9 been cut.
In the near east the allied forces
have taken Nish iu Serbia aud Ital
ian troops have occupied Durazzo,
Austria's uaval base on the Albanian
Several hundred American troops
bave been lost at sea. One ship fall
ing behind its convoy on account of
engine trouble was torpedoed and the
men shelled to death by the sub
marine crew while they struggled to
save themselves In the small boats.
A transport collided with a steamer
off the Scottish coast during a storm
and was dashed to pieces on the rocks
of Islay Island. Several hundred of
the men on the transport were saved
by a British destroyer.
In an exchange of notes, President
Wilson, as spokesman for the entente
governments, has told the German
government plainly that the only
terms the allies can give in response
to Germany's appeal for peace or an
armistice, are those of unconditional
surrender. Germany's armies must
lay down their arms and certain
German cities and fortresses must be
placed in possession of the allied
armies as guarantees of good faith.
IDAHO STATE NEWS ITEMS
(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE)
of the uncertainty of obtaining labor
and materials, and because of the
higher prices of these.
Official interpretation of the closing
order issued by the state board of
health as a preventive measure
against spread of the Spanish in
fluenza in the slate gives the order a
more drastic effect than was apparent
in the original announcement. Pool
and billiard halls, lodges, dance halls
and church social activities, as well
as theatres and public swimming
pools come under the ban, it was
held by Dr. E. T. Biwer, secretary of
the board, who issued a supplement
ary order to county health officers
explalhing the effect of the orginal
By order of the fideral and state
food administrations, the grading of
potatoes by licensed dealers seeking
markets outside the state will he
compulsory, Harvey Allred, director
of the state farm markets bureau. .
announced in a bulletin issued last
week. The prospect for future potato
prices is good, providing cars can be
had at the proper time for shipping,
It is stated. Transportation and
weather conditions being favorable,
prices should not go below $1.20 for
U. S. No. 1 grade; $1.35 for U. S No.
2, and $1.50 for Idaho fancy.
In view of complaints received by
Food Administrator Bicknell from
dealers that the price restrictions
placed by him on sales of low grade
wheat for feed purposes under the
permit system recently announced
was retarding their dealings in such
wheat, he said that the
not established for the benefit of
dealers and it was a matter of i
difference to him whether or not they
handled such wheat. Mr. Bicknetl
makes it clear that special permits
for feed wheat that grades below No.
3, such as mixed and shrunken grades,
ire issued as a matter of relief to
growers of stock because of the acute
mill feed shortage, but he prefers
hat the producers of such whest feed
it to their own stock where permits
ire issued, or that they sell it
neighboring livestock men, rather
than to dealers.
Town (Lundi Met.
At the special meeting Tuesday
night,the village trustees allowed the
G. R. Malanya, night watch
ing to Oct. 1
J. R, M. Culp, clerk salary
W. W. Beonett, treas.
M. F. Egbers, atr.v.
Ritbdruui Electric Co..lights
. for Sept, 1918
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co,
lumber for park
W. S. Gill, sawing wood and
B. Gaston, repairing pipeline
G. R. Malanya, repairing walks 1.95
There la more Catarrh In this section
of the country than oil other diseases
put together, and for years it wt:s sup
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
It Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
S eatly influenced by constitutional con
tions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine. manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, Is taken Internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio,
fold by Druggists, 75c.
Halls Family Pills for constipation.
IS THE DAY
You will be called upon to cast your
vote to decide whether or not you wish
to place this state in the hands of the
Nonpartisan league, an organization
which has been coupled by its leaders
with the organizations controlled by
Debs, LeSeuer and Haywood who have
always worked to overthrow the
government. It is the duty of every
supporter of the boys in the trenches
to register and vote against the follow
ers of Townley.
principles of our
Burton L. French and
the Grain Farmer.
Of interest to the farmers of the
Inland Empire in Idaho is the service
rendered in Congress by Burton L.
French in protecting the welfare of
the farmers who are wheat growers.
Mr. French was one of the members
who supported $2.50 wheat In the
present Congress, carrying this pro
vision of the bill thru the House.
He was one of the raembeis who
recognized the injustice being done
the wheat growers of Idaho in estab
lishing the basic price of 1917, with
out fixing price of farm commodities,
machinery, etc., and without proper
relation to the Chicago price, and
who stood for increasing the basic
price for 1918 in the Northwest. All
was not accomplished that was urged,
but the basic price was increased to
the material benefit of the North
On this subject, the following is an
interesting letter to Mr. French from
the Lewis County Rochdale Company:
Feb. 20, 1918.
Hon. Burton L. Frencb,
Washington, D. C. .
We desire to express our thaols
tb you for your support in the past
struggle to secure a better wheat
price aDd also Northwest Basic Price
for us. Your support in this matter,
which we felt was justly due, has
been greatly appreciated by the people
of this territory.
Again sincerely thanking you,
we urge that you give your support to
any measure that will relieve or help
the present condition.
Very respectfully yours,
LEWIS COUNTY ROCHDALE
By W. D. Stratton.
Mr. French is now active looking
to increasing the price for 1919 and
urges the following reasons:
First, In comparison with the
price of corn, oats, rye, and barley,
the price of wheat should be more
than $2.20 per bushel.
Second, In comparison with the
price of cotton. $2 20 wheat is cheap.
Third. If the price at $2 20
rikht one year ago, it is too low todav
for the reason that labor
machinery have vastly increased in
cost to the farmer over one year
Within the last week, Mr. French
spoke before an informal meeting nf
members of tie Senate and the House
and wheat growers from various parts
of the country, advancing his ideas.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
For U. S. Senator, long term. Wm. E. Borah.
For U. S. Senator,short term, Frank R. Good
For Representative In Congress, First Dis
trict, Burton L. French.
For Governor, D. W. Davis.
For Lieutenant Governor, C. C. Moore.
For Secretary of State. R. O. Jones.
For State Treasurer, John W. Eagleson.
For Attorney General. Roy L. Black.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Ethel E. Redfield.
For Inspector of Mines, Robert N. Bell.
Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockflelr],
Ind., states: "For an attacks of
bronchia! trouble which usually
assails me in the spring I find Cham
me relief. After
using it for a few days all signs of
bronchial trouble disappears.
berlain's Cough Remedy
thing that gives
The food administration rules that
Hour shall not be sold at a maximum
profit to exceed $1.20
Butter shall not be sold at more than
6 cents profit a pound delivered and
sugar at a profit not to exceed 1 cent
The Influenza epidemic
military camps is abating, but con
tinues to spread through the civilian
reported in Idaho.
Huntington Taylor has appointed
H. H. Beier of Coeur d'Alene
publicity director for Kootenai
About 500 cases are now
Mrs. William Bell,
Ind., writes: "I deem it my duty to
express my gratitude for the good
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy did me when I had
attaek of diarrhoea three
It was the ouly medicine that reliev
Break two or three
little squares off the
plug of Real Gravely.
It s a small chew —
tastes better and stays
with you longer than
your big chew of ordin
ary plug. That's why
it costs nothin
to chew Real
—the best chewing
plug in the world.
• • • •
It goes further—that's
why you can get the good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
'teal Gravdy Chewing Plug
_IQv a pouen-a nd worth it
P 3 GRAVELY TOBACCO
CO , DAN Vltl £ VA
p. WENZ, M. D.
In all lu latest brauche* bj
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
KATHDKIIM . . ID^HO
D. D. DRENNAN
pfyysieiai) ai)d Sur^eoij
|Sr-8peclal attention Riven to Diseases of
Women and Children.
MILES F. EGBERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Rathdrum State Bank Building
rathdrum - Idaho
1* At Ppirit Lake Every Friday.
BERT A REED
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
-Office 0—10 Wlggett Block
SETTLEMENT OP ESTATES A SPECIALTY
MARTIN POLESON, Lawyer
Real Estate Bought and Sold
-Office west side of Main street—:—
0. W. STONE
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
Eff - Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. û. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist.
IkîrTreats diseases of all domestic
L. A. KRUGER
Orders left at Evans' Store will receive
—The Line with the Service—
RATHDRUM I IDAHO
A lleiuitiful Woman
Do you know that a beautiful
woman always has a good digestion?
If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly
of meats, aQd take an occasional (Jose
of Chamberlain's Tablets to strength
en your digestion. Price 25c.
Buy Orescent coffee and spices.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. 8. Land Office at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Beptember 25. 1018.
Notice Is hereby given that John R.
Irvine, of Belmont. Idaho, who. on Octo
ber 22. 11)13. made Homestead Entry
No. («033. for Lot 1. JSE 1 -* NE^.Hec. 3.and Lot 4,
Section 2. Township 52 N., Range 2 VV. Boh
K _ ... Boise
Meridian, lias (lied notice of Intention to
make three-year I'roof. to establish claim
to the land above described, before '
Realster and Receiver. United States Land
iiegister and Receiver, linitea rouies
Office, at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on the
day of November, 11118.
Claimant names as witnesses: A. B.
Benjamin, J. 1*. Sage. P. C. Bolin, and F. W.
Bubo, all of Belmont. Idaho.
5t Oct. 1 to Nov. 1, 1918
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