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OUR W0MANR00D Given Up to Die by Her Friends, a Young Lady Recovers Her Health and Increases Weight—45 Pounds. A Powerful Nation Needs Strong Healthy Woman. A nation Is no stronger than its women. Hence, It Is the duty of ev ery woman wheth er young, middle age, or in advanced life to preserve her health. If you are sick and suffering don't wait until to morrow but seek relief at once—to day. Tomorrow your illness may take a chronic turn. There is a remedy for almost every ill. Thousands have found Périma to be that remedy as did Mias Clara Lohr of 21 N. Gold St., Grand Ttaplds, Michigan. She writes a friend; "I don't need Peruna any mors. I am all well after taking; six bottlas. I weighed ninety; pounds before I started and was, poor and weakly. I had such! a cotrgh and spitting all the time; that I never expected to recover, i My friends gave me up. I could eati nothing. Now I can eat and wei^ti 135 pounds. I most thankfully rec ommend Peruna to my friends." Miss LohFs letter is an inspira-; tion, a message of hope to suffering,' women. It tells you that you tooj may be strong and well and vigor-i ous. 'pigj 1 : ' : Peruna may be had In either, liquid or tablet form. Ask your' dealer. If you value health, do not! accept a substitute. Dr. Hartman's World Famous Peruna Tonic Is what you want. The Périma Com pany, Dept 79, Columbus, Ohio, also publish Dr. Hartman's Health Book. The book Ib free. Write for It. Your dealer will give you a Peruna Almanac. THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE USTABLISHED 1895 CULP BROS., PaMishers & Proprietors. J. B. K CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. TERMS: .•1.00 On Year, ir paid in advance Six Months. ■inode Copier. To all subscribers outside of the United States 11,50 per year. .50 .5 "Entered April 28. t903. at Rathdrum, Ida ho, as second-class mutter, under Act of Oongress of March 3, 1879. Advertising—Locals 5c a line, each inser tion. Readers 20 lines or more 25c per inch each insertion. Cards of thanks and resolu tions 5c a line. Display advertisements of three Inches or over 10 c per inch each inser tion; less than three inches 12 '/ 4 c per inch. A part of the splendid program of the seven welfare organizations for the army during next year in America and Europe (providing the war continued) was to provide 3600 recreation buildings, 1000 miles of film, ioo leading stage stars, 2000 athletic directors, 2500 libraries supplying books, 85 hostess houses and 15, 000 secretaries. For these, $170, 500,000 was asked for and later the amount was increased fifty per cent. But the war being practi cally over, it is now dawning upon the country that most of the soldiers will be home within six months and doubtless not half of the origiual amount asked for will be needed or can be legitimately expended, since the need for it has been removed by the sudden end ing of the war. However, the Red Cross will need vast sums for pro bably a year or two, and a sugges tion by a leading publication that the surplus of the war work funds should be diverted to the Red Cross war fund is timely. The willing givers would scarcely object to such a diversion of the fund. 5 , 000,000 While going about the business of establishing peace, the nations are asking in a minor key what is to be done with the kaiser. There is also much speculation on what is a sufficiently severe punishment m mete out to this arch criminal— this modern Attila. America has spent much to help win the war. Now that the war is won the next important thing for congress ir. to save the nation from bankruptcy. Rathdrum went over the top again—50 per cent over. RATHDRUM OVER THE TOP Girls' arid Boys' Victory Clubs Help War Work Fund. At. the close of the united war work drive Wednesday, Rathdrum precinct had oversubscribed its quota of $850 by fifty per cent, the total sub cribed being $1275. M. B. Layton, chairman of the drive, states that if any subscriber finds an error in the following list he will be glad to be notified of it. Following is the list of pledges, most of which have already been paid: Anderson, Gus II. 1. Adams. Ida 1. Aldrich,Molly J 6 . Anstine.H G Anstine, Geo W Albert, Geo Albert,Mrs Annie 2. Brace, W E Barnes, H B Burns, Henry Beckman, Geo Blaine, Edna Blaine, Maude Beleheff, Marco Bradbury, Ed H Bradbury, Harry 1. Bradbury, Fred 7. Bowers, Arthur Bremer. Oscar Bailey, O R Boynton, H D Beggs, S E Bead), Marie Baldwin, Warren 3. Boekel, Fred Boekel, Lydia Brier. Miss Pearl 2. Crawford,Mrs A Cowie, Jack Cleland. D O Crabtree, J D Cleland, Win II Crawly, Jim Crane, Maude Cunningham. J D 3. Charlton. A Culler, C A Cbambard, Kit.tio 2. Cham bard. Emma 1. Doyle, Hazel Downing, Miss .1 Dietrich, M G Dietrich,Lawreuce 5. 1 Estoy, D II Eghcrs, Ruth Egbers, Miles F Egbers. Dwight Ernsberger, John 5. S 3. 1 . 3. Barker, A W 10. 2. Balkow, WE 6 . 4. Brophy, Mayme 1. 2. Bropby, Frances 1. 2. Bropby. John 1. 2. Brophy, Elizabeth 1. 1 . Honu, Joe 5. Baker, John Bennett, W W 3. Bennett. Flora C 2. 2 . Bradney.Mr &Mrs 2. 1. Bate 9 , Tom 1.50 Boeck, Mrs Carl 2. 5. Biemond. J 25. Bacon, M H 3. Berges, A A Brandt, Corrine 2. 1.50 Beck. Slmnu 1. Borell, C F 2. 2 10 . 10 . 3. 3. • 2.5«! ' 1. 7. t. Chaiubard. Fred 5. 5. Culp, J R M 1. Culp. Chas 1. Culp, Jennie M 2. 2. Carrlck, Mrs J G 1. 6 . Chandler, W E 1. Cady, E VV Cady, Thema 1.50 Cady, Ruth 5. Casey, James Clapp, Sarah E 2.50 5. 5. 6 . Deremore, .1 A Davis, C H Dennis, S M 1 . 5. Esch. Elizabeth 10. Evans. C P Evans, Elmer Englehorn, HT 1. 1 . 8 . 5. 5. i. Farmers' Local Forbes, A D Farr, Mrs M Farr, Emily Farnsworth, S L 5. Farnsworth. Frank7.50 Foster. Art Farnsworth. O G 10. Foster.Mrs W J 2.50 2. Feoreto. F 4. Franks. Mrs E 1. Fields, C L 23.05 Feely, Austin Feely, J J Feely, C W Eeely. Mrs Alice 2. Feely, Clarence 5. 5. 1 . 10 . 1 . 10 . 1 . 6 . Flemming, G VV Finlay, R E Finlay, G W Finlay, Gale C 1 . 3. Getter. John Grange, H L Greenup, E G Galvin, Miss Gillespie, C E Gill, Wm Gaston, Bee Gaston, Tom Gifford, Mrs Myrtle 1. Hartlcrode, L .f House, Mrs Dora Hill, V O llattenhurg. Hazel 1 . Hering, Fred Hoffman, Morris llazelton, Mrs R D 1 . Howell, Andrew Howell, Willie Humphrey, G F House. Il F House. Mrs J D Johnson, Mrs John 1. Jacobs, Mrs Mary Kruger. L A Keiler, J D K nobel, John, Jr. Krueger, Shirley Krueger. II A Keiler. Fred Laird. G A Laird. Mrs G A Laird, Marian Laird,MrsMargarct I. Luckc. Lewis 2. Laytou. M B Layton. Virginia 6 . Lancaster, C G Miller. Wm Mitchell, Lila Mitchell, H H Mu Hedy, Nrs R Morris, Goo V Goodrich, Mrs M 2 Goodrich. L L Greeu, Cbas Green, John Glsleseu, G Griffith, W C Gonser. John Grange, E L 1 . 1 . 5. 12 . 4 1 . 10. 2 in i. l. 1 1 . House, Blanche 1. Hurrell, J VV Halliday, G E Hinds. O S lluffuugcl, C Hollister. I) F Humphrey. G H I. Hay. Cora A Hubert, E O House. .1 D Hurt. VV A 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 10 . l. t. 1 . 2 . 1 . Jour. Herïry Johnson, Goodwin I. Kiefer, Wm. Kugler, Gottlieb 25. Klinger, Mrs L Kampe, Wm..twife .50 Knox.HA A wife 10. 6 . 1 . 5, 1 . .50 3. l. Layton, Edna G 3. Lewis, Mrs Nancy 2. Lund In. Fred Larseu. L A Lathrop.Mrs CF Latnrop, C F Latimer. »Mrs F 3. Si 20 . 1 . 5. S. 1 . 10 . 2. Meleady, It 3. Malwstrom, AS 1 . 10 . Meyer, Peter 1. Monaco, L 15. Miller, Grant 2.50 McDuffie. H L 1 . Morris, Mrs Mary 1. McDuffie.Mrs H L 1 . 5. McDonald, AD 2. McCoid, Mrs J V j. 6 . McCoid, James 3 . 1. McGuire, Lewis £. - 10. McGuire, Mrs A 6 . MeCheyne, SB J. t 5. McNett,Mrs Julia 1 . | 5. McIntosh, A E 6 . 5. McIntosh, Alta fi. 1 . Neuste!, August 3. 5. Neustel. Mrs 1. Niçkey. JM 1. Neustel, Oscar Nelsgn, Nels Nelson, Bernard Ortrnan, Harry .43 Overbey. W H Owen, James M 5. O'Donnell, S T 1 . 5. Morris. F A Morris, Mrs Dave 1. Miller, GeorRe Marvin, Mrs S M Meyer. Henry Meyer, Martin Meyer, Amll Maher, Frank Millsaps, VV R 3. j is Nelson. Frank Nelson. John Northway, VV L Neustel. Otto Neustel, William 24. 1 . 15. 1 . 30. 5. 3. i. 1. Palmer. Albert 2. P« ringtail. M C 2. Purlngton .1 5. Peterson. S F 1. Phillip*. W S 1. Ptikenton, E It Papendiek, John 5. Powp.ll, 0 L Powell, J H Post, Mrs Mary Post, John Poier, E D Perln, VV H Plstorlus.Che^terl«. Poirier. Joe is for i. j i 1 ! I 1 .so 1 . 1 . a. 9. I. Re pass. Emily Reiniger, Paul .SO Roberto, Ben ». Reiniger, Ernest 10. 1. Rushmore, Chas 1. 1 . Reutber, J F Roberts, Edwin D 1. Roberts, Clara Rlppeteau, J J Roth, Geo Runyon, F L Swanson. E A Scott. Mrs M Sage. E W Stoutenburg, WH 1. Stoutenburg, B 2. Smith, G B Stone. O W 5. 6 . i; 6 . Satchwell, Mrs E 3. 1. Batch well, Rant 3. 1. Satchwell, Roscoe 3. Batcbwell, Walter 1. Satchwell, ER 3. Satchwell, Ermlna 1. 5. Sheffield. Grant 3. Mrs Be»sieMeyer 9 5. Sternberg, Cbas 50. 2. Schweitzer, Milton 2. Sheffield. O H 2 60 5. Sheffield,Mrs Anna 1. 1. Scarcello, Tony Scarcello, F & wife 2 50 1. Swenson. L O 3. Saunders, H R 6 . 10. Swift, E S 1,80 Skinner, Nora E 2.50 Stoddard, Edna 2.50 Sage. 0 1 Satchwell, Sarah 2. Swift, R M Satchwell, Lester 1. Summerville,MrsM 1. of if the be . 5. 9chott, I. Sencenbaugh.MM 6 . Shirk. H E Stine. Frank Sanders. CB&wtfe 5. Shearer, H L Schaefer, Rich Stoddard, E Q Stoddard, Inlee 2.50 10. 1 . 4. 2.60 Thomas, D A 3. Thompson, Laura!. Tyler, Ida M Tlrnell, Paul 1. Taylor.MrsLibbie 1.16 Tautenbahu,Oscar >• Townsley, J L Thompson, Mrs FE &. Tucker, W J Tucker, L E Taylor, N H Viebrock, Henry 5. Vonllosteen.Mr&Mra 2. 10. 1 . . 5. . 6 . . 10. Woodke, Mrs J 2. 2. Woolery .Clarence 1. 6 . White, Mrs Frank 1. Wenz. Dr. Frank 27. Went, Jean S. 1. Wenz, Dorothea 2. 5. Wenz, Frances 2. 1. Wickertsheimer,C5. 5. Wlckertsheimer. Woolery, Geo Wentland, A G Webster, F A Woolery.Mrs 8 B 1. Waddle. Mrs Caro 1. Whittaker. H C Wendler. Cbas Woolery. Kate Warzeha, Miss Weir, Dave Woodward, J F Wisdom. T N Young, R^ÿCoe 15. Young, Stawart 27. Laura 5. 3. . 2. Weaver, 8 A &wife 15. 1.50 . Zornes. A J Zornes, L O 1 . r I 1 50 1 . Victory Girls Club Subscriptions. Name Adams, Emeline Harneà. Grace Beggs, ; Claire Beggs", Katharyne Hiempnd, Martina Berggs, Etta Chambard, Wava Carrlck. Fern Feely, Althea Feely, Wanett.a • Feely. Gertrude 2.5«! Feely, Mildred ' Flemming, Claral e'le Flemming, Cora Fhrbes, Thelma Gibson, Leafy Hurrell, Stella Herring. Lilly House, Blanche Johnson, Melvina Lathrop, Florence Lathrop, Laura Layton, Carmen Martin, Addle Marvin, E. MeCheyne, Beatrice McCbeyne, Margaret* McCoid, Linda Sanders, Eva Sanders, Sheila Satchwell, Hattie Sheffield, Olive Thompson, Stella White, Frances Wenz, Sarah Wenz, Belle Wisdom, Erma Pledge $ .25 2.50 ro ] 1 . 1.50 . 1 . 10 1 . 25 25 25 25 1 . 1 . 1 . . I. 50 1 , 2.50 50 . . 50 1 . 1 . . 1 . . 25 25 1 . 50 50 ]. 1 . 1 . 25 1 . I. 50 . Total $25.85 . . . Victory Boy's Club Subscriptions. Name Adam«, Kenneth Adams, Gordon Balkow, Cecil Balkow, Ernest Bradbury, Elwin Bradbury, Albert Bradbury. Dewet Bradley, Lynn Boeck, Willie Barnes, Wilber Berges, Merle Chambard, Orace Coon, Carroll Cady, Harry Clinger, Howard Feely, Orval Foereto. Frank Gum, Gordon Hurrell, J. L. Layton, Donald Millsaps, Dave Malanya. Clifford Martin, Ned McCoid, Cvrus O'Donnell, Valeen Powell, Roscoe Swanson, Miller Skinner, Stewart Skinner. Paul Schaefer, Benjamin Sander?, Everett Satcbwéll, Burton Satchwell, Glenn Satchwell, Louis VonHosteen. Carl Wisdom, Walter Wisdom, Glenn . Pledge . $ .50 . 1 . - 50 . 50 50 I. .50 . 50 1 . . 50 .50 50 1 . 25 10 3. 2. 50 1 . Si . 1 . . 25 S. 50 . 1 . 1 . . 2.50 . 1 . 2. j. 3 . £. - J. t 1 . | 6 . fi. 3. . 50 1 . 50 5. 50 50 10 1 . 1 . 2.50 3. j 2.50 1 . 50 50 50 1 . . 50 . 5. 3. 1 50 50 Total $28 20 LEWIS and CHAS. RICHMOND According to a letter from Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Richmond, Lewis R. Richmond and Charles V. Richmond, j their sons, died near Connell, Wash., i Oct. 29 and Nov. 4, respectively, 1 death being caused by pneumonia ! following influenza, sermon is to be preached in the M. E. I church at Connell. Sunday, Dec. J, 1 at 11 a. in. Lewis B. Richmond was bom Sept. 23, 1890, in Lamont, Iowa. He came west to Walla Walla in 1900, moving to Connell in 1903. He en gaged In farming four years ago northwest of Connell where he died Oct. 29, 1918, after an illness of six days, at the age of 28 years, one month and six days. The burial took place in Connell cemetery, Oct. 30. Charles V. Richmond was born near Thompson, Iowa, Oct. 7,1895, coming west to Walla Walla In 1900 and moving to Connell in 1903. Six years ago be entered school In Ralb drum, Idaho, and graduated from the high school la 1917, after which he took up farming on his ranch near Connell, where he remained until bis death, which occured after an Illness of 13 days. He was buritd in Connell cemetery Noy. 4. They leave besides their parents, five sisters and two brothers, who have the sympathy of many Rath drum friends in their bereavement. In Lin the and ' c The funeral the nai the (4 of set a be MARTIN POLESON Martin Poison, well known resident of Rathdrum for the past twelve years, died Monday from a paralytic stroke received some weeks before. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon under Masonic auspices with services at the grave. Rev. B. E. Koontz, pastor of the M. E. church of Coeur d'Alene officiated. Rev. Reed and wife of Opportunity, Wash., were also present. Born in Wheeling. West Virgiuia, June I. 1851, Mr. Poleson resided in Missouri for many years before com ing to Idaho. He settled in Rath drum in March. 190K>, and purchased I property in this vicinity. At the 1 time of his death be had attained to the age of 67 years, 5 months, 17 days, nis widow and one son. Wil liam A., of Rathdrum, and one sister, Mrs. Brooks of (Janesville, Mo., sur vive. in so in fit Mr. Poleson was formerly justice of the peace and was engaged to a slight extent in real estate and the practice of law, besides taking an active part in local democratlcpolities. last year or more he had lived in re tirement, the last summer being spent at Hayden Lake. of 3d is 36 Fur the Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Tablets. "I am thankful for the good I have received by using Chamberlaiu's Tablets. About two years ago when I began taking them' I was suffering a great deal from distress after eat of ilig, and from headache and a tired. I to languid feeling due to indigestion and of a torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tablets corrected these disorders in a short time, and siuce taking two bottles of them my health bas been good," writes Mrs. M. P. Harwood, Auburn, N. Y. Ike always < thought ■ <*] 8 / isfying Gravely taste. It lasted so long, you can't tell him nowadays that it costs him anything extra to chew Real Gravely. —a man was foolish to buy plug of the Gravely class when he could get a big plug of ordinary tobacco for the same money. But one day Bill gave him a chew of Gravely—just two or three small squares. Then Ike got the pure, sat It tots further—that's why you can let the food taste of this class of tobacco without extra cost PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug each piece packed in a pouch P D GRAVELY TOBACCO CO., DANVILLE VA ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, within for the County of Kootenai. Blanche E. Horell. Plaintiff, Charles W. Wood; Mina Stafford: E P Manor; Joseph Poirier; Levi Each; William Upper Hull; Elizabeth .1 Linfoot; William ! Lin foot: Samuel H. Starbuck; T. L. Ouailes administrator of the estate of Kubv Hue, wood, deceased; the unknown heirs and de" visees of the estate of Ruby Sherwood ceased; the unknown heirs and devised the estate of V. W. Sanders, deceased : Kootenai county, a municipal conjuration'' and the unknown owners of lots Four ami *JW,e 'i an 'l &> and the E* of lot three Block ' c ., Woods Addition to West-Wood, now Rathdrum, Kootenai County, State of Idaho. Defendants. and vs. de of —Alias Summons The State of Idaho Sends Greetlm? Tix Charles VV. WoodsMIna Stafford;E. P. Manor Joseph Poirier; Levi Esch; William Roué,' Hull; Elizabeth J. Linfoot; William J. Llh foot; Samuel H. Starbuck; T. L Quarles administrator of the estate of Ruby Shpr wood, deceased; the unknown heirs and de visees of the estate of Ruby Sherwood ceased; the unknown heirs and devisees the estate of V. W. Sanders.deceased; Koote nai County. a municipal corporation; and the unknown owners of lots Four and Five (4 and 5) and the E '/4 of lot three Blook "C" Woods Addition to West-Wood, now Rath drum. Kootenai County. State of Idaho the above named defendants. You Are Hereby Notified that a verified cou.plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho within and for 1 County of Kootenai by the above named Plaintiff, Blanche E. Borelt, wherein T is alleged that by reason of certain recorded instruments on record with the County Recorder of Kootenai County, Idaho, and bv reason of the fact that there are unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of V. w! Sanders, deceased, and unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of Ruby Sherwood de ceased. claiming an estate or interest in'said land and premises adverse to said plaintiff and that the said defendants and each of them claim an estate or interest in said land and premises adverse to plaintiff, that the claims of the said defendants and each of them is without any right whatever and that they have no right, title, claim or interest in said land aud premises; that said action is brought that the said defendants tills action and each of them be required ™ set forth the nature of hi s or their claim that all adverse claims of the said defend ants and each of them may be determined by a decree of this court, that by said decree it be declared and adjudged that said defend ants nor either of them have any estate or Interest whatever in or to said laud c. premises; that the title of plaintiff is good and valid; that the defendants and each of them be forever enjoined and debarred from asserting any claim whatever in or to said land and premises adverse to plaintiff and for such ether relief as to the court shad seem meet and agreeable to equity, as will more fully appear by reference to said veri fied complaint on file herein which is hereby made a part of this summons. de ttie to or You are hereby notified and directed to appear and answer the said complaint with in twenty days from the service of this summons upon you if served within the said Judicial District and withlu forty days if served elsewhere, and You are further notified. That unless you so appear and answer said . complaint, within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of SEAL i sa ,*d court tins 21st day of Novem '»er, 1918. Emil Elder, Clerk. Ry R. E. Danby, Deputy Miles F, Egbers Attorney for Plaintiff, Res. ami P. O. Address, Rathdrum, Idaho, fit Nov 22—Dec 27, 1918. Sale Under Foreclosure By Coroner. STATE OF IDAHO, I ss. County of Kootenai. ( T. L. Quarles. Guardian of the estate of Glenn und Elbe Sherwood, Plaintiff. vs. John VV. Peters and Bessie M. Peters, and the Assets Realization Company a corpora tion. defendants. Under and by virtue of a decree of fore closure and order of sale issued out of the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Kootenai County, in the above entitled action, on Iho 3d day of July. 1918. wherein the above plaintiff obtained a Judgment against the above named defendants for the sum of Eight Hundred Ninety Four and 60-MO Dollars, lawful money, which said Judgment is duly entered in the Judgment book of said Court. I am commanded to sell all of that certain, iot.piece or parcel of land lying and being situated in Kootenai County, Idaho, and described as follows, to-wit: All of the North half of Block 8 of Section 36 North, of Itange 5 West of the Boise Meridian, that lies on the Westerly side of the Right of Wav of the Idaho and Washing ton Northen Railroad. Public Notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of December, 1918. at the hour of 1(1 o'clock A. M., of that day. at the front door of the Court bouse of Kootenai County, I Idaho, at Ooour d'Alene. 1 will, In obedience to said decree und order of sale, sell the above described property, or so much there of as may lie necessary to satisfy said Judg ment, together with interest and costs at public auction, to the highest and best, bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States. Dated at. Coeur d'Alcno, Idaho, this Nov ember 18th, 1918. R. B. MOONEY, Coroner in and for Kootenai County, Idaho, it.—Nov. 22 to Dec. 13, 1918.