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THE RATHDRl'M TRIBUNE!
KSTABUSHK» I 89rt
CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors.
J. B. M CULF, Editor.
t'DBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
TERMS:
.*1.00
O** Y*ah. lr rxin t>* apvancb
Bn Mouths.
SlIDOLS COPU.S.
To all fubscrlbers outside of the United
States *1.60 per year.
.50
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"Entered April 28.190H. at Rathdrum. Ida
bo, as second-class matter, under Act of
CJonjtre88 of March 3, 1879.
Advertising—Locals Ac a line, each Inser
tlpn. Readers 20 lines or more 25c per Inch
each insertion. Cards of thanks and resolu
tions 5c a line. Display advertisements of
(luce Inches or over 10c per inch each Inser
tion; less than three Inches 1254c per Inch.
The voters defeated the amend
mint providing for increasing the
constitutional limitation of j the
bonded indebtedness of Idaho.
The purpose of the increase was to
make it possible to issue more
bonds for state highways. Nothing
daunted, the highway commission
sees anpther way out.
legislature is being asked to raise
the state tax levy to procure the
desired funds. The voters said
Now the
no''; will the legislature elected
• by those voters have the temerity
to say "yes"? However, we are
< i
told, that is the only alternative if
Idaho is to continue and enlarge
her road building program and get
the benefit of the federal
moneys
made available on the fifty-fifty
plan.
The legislature has much im
portant work to do without encum
bering the statutes with a multi
tude of new, novel and unnecessary
laws. In fact some advisers are
suggesting again that many of the
laws now in the hooks should he
torn out.
What helps the town helps all
the country around, and what ad
vances the interests of the
rounding country benefits the
community center.
stir
Northern Idaho
the speakership of the house, Mr.
Kiger having the honor
joyed by Paul Clagstone.
again secures
S
once en
TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Items taken from Silver Blade flies)
Jan.' 14, 1899.
The amount in which Sheriff
Pease is short in his accounts Is be
lieved to approximate $3900 to $1000,
consisting of
saloou licenses
issue.
Mrs. Olive Melvin was hostess at a
farewell
Morrison.
T. L. Quarles was appointed chief
deputy, and A. Cook second deputy
in the couuty auditor'sotllce.
money received for
which he failed to
party for Miss Edith
The assessor's office will he 11 1 led
hv Joseph Buckle who has
.. appointed
Harvey Borthwick for his deputy.
J W. McClure succeeds Frank U
Hill as county treasurer and Sheriff
Fred H. Bradbury appointed C. W.
Dyer for jailor.
we
Doings of Legislature.
The Idaho legislature has ratified
the prohibition amendment to the
federal constitution.
The first bill introduced called for
an appropriation of $75,000 to
the expenses of the legislature,
eluding salaries of members.
Two memhers of the house
taken ill with influenza.
meet
i li
were
big
fore
Governor Davis has appointed Jay
Gibson of Coeur d'Alene as state
bank commissioner to succeed Russell
G. Hitt of Idaho Falls,
is $4000 a year.
The suldry
of
Wheat, Barley and Oate.
A bushel of wheat weighs on an ht
erage 60 pound«, barley 47 pounds and
oats 38 to 40 pounds.
part
tice
j
î
THE SCHOOL COLUMN.
KKOM THE SCHOOL
are gl\ m prefer
Essay.** will be published as space per
val
Articles of news
nee.
niits. In the order in wh ich they are recel
School Notes.
School opened last Monday with
an 80 per cent attendance.
Because of conditions an attempt
is being made to secure the st r
vices of a school nurse.
.50
.5
Miss
Papendiek was at hand on Monday
and Tuesday in this capacity and
we are sorry she could not con
tinue the work.
A surprisingly
. J ar g e number of pnpils were found
1
to have inflamed throats and bad
tonsils, and a few had a
tempera
ture above normal and high pulse.
Teachers
watching
are
pupils
closely and particular attention is
paid to ventilation and the tem
perattire of the rooms.
All
meetings in
unnecessary
school, such as parties, inter-high
school athletics, etc., will be pro
hibited indefinitely be:ause of the
imminence of influenza.
During our forced vacation all
desks and seats in both buildings
have been planed,
varnished.
scraped and
The furniture presents
a fine appearance and is as good
as new. The cost amounts to less
t îan one-fifth the cost of new fur
niture.
pupils in the primary grades
It has been the habit of
some
to
bring their younger brothers
sisters, who are not yet of school
or
age, to spend the afternoon
them in the school room.
with
Natur
ally this interferes somewhat with
the work. We need to make all
possible
remainder of this year and would
suggest that parents discourage
this habit.
progress during the
;
We wish to acknowledge
indebtedness to Miss Elise Pap
dick for the liberal donation of
several
our
en
reference
texts;
especially for a collection of native
butterflies, all mounted and classi
fied.
and
Letlers From Soldiers.
Henry Schuldt.
Writing from Vichy, France, Nov,
to his sister, Mrs. R. F.
S 'haefer, Henry Schuldt says:
N ou perhaps have wondered why 1
didn't write before,
24, 1918,
hut when we
went hack to the front, after a week's
re-t, we were under one of the biggest
barrages over put uver.
the tlrst of November and
kept busy front then on chasing
enemy till Nov. 4 th
This was on
we were
the
when a piece of
-hell struck
wound.
my leg and
caused a
Since then L have 1
î en in
one of the largest hospitals in France
for three weeks and have had tine
care. To show you how weil 1 am, we
are located on the
sixth floor and
yesterday 1 walked down
the six
flights of stairs: also walked up town
with only the aid of
see I'm iu flue shape.
We thought we
•So you
a cane
would he moved
out and go hack to America any time.
That's another reason I didn't
hut now no one know
write,
exactly
when
we will be back, hut I'll bet you will
know as soon
as we get off of the boat
eveu if it isn't till Xmas
or Easter.
There are dozens of big buildi
here used
mgs
for hospitals which
are
large hotels
summer, as this is a
used by tourists in
great summer
resort. Altho the
scenery here at
places is wondeiful, nothing will look
better than good old U. S. A.
Our division is from New York, -the
"71h, and we were in the
Argon ne
forest on the Verdun front where "the
big battle was fought in 1916.
division did not follow up theGerman
retreat, so we all hope to be back be
fore very long.
near the central
Our
The city ] am In has a population
and is
of about eighteen thousand
called Vichy, located
part of France.
The day the
tice was signed the American
marched down the street and
armis
boys I
it took
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CATCH 'EM-SKIN 'EM-SHIP 'EM
' j, We Want All the Idaho Furs You Can Ship
COYOTE, LYNX CAT, MUSKRAT, and all other Fur-bearers collected in your sectioh in
strong demand. A shipment to "SHUBERT" will bring you * 4 more money"—*'quicker."
GET A SHIPMENT OFF—TODAY. You'll be mighty glad you did.
These extremely high prices quoted for immediate shipment.
SHIP VO UR FURS DIRECT TO
B'SHUB
THE LARGEST HOUSE //V THE WORLD DEAL/H^EXCLHsTl/EL^ */An -
'25-77 W. Austin Ave
Chicago, U.S.A.
them forty minutes to pai
h ive an Idea bow lung the column
was and most of them were convales
cents too, hut they hopped right
along. How are the Rathdrum boys?
Have you heard anything of them?
so you
More recent letters from Mark
Egbers contain many interesting
observations of things and conditions
in Belgium. Writing from Waton,
Belgium, he says the price of horses
; there is $1000 each
and cows $500
each. Apples and eggs are 15 cents
apiece and the highest wages are 60
cents a day.
He also mentions the
war wasted areas.
William Carrick
was in the Toul
sector of France, about 17 miles from
Nancy, according to recent letters to
his parents, Rev.
J Carrick.
large auto for the headquarters stall
and said he had made two trips into
Germany since the armistice.
and Mrs. J. G.
He has been driving
a
SUCCESS AT THE BAT.
H U Not Acquired by Striving to Out
guess the Pitcher.
Ihe batter who tries to outguess a
Pitcher is making a big mistake,
should try to Ugure out what the
hurler probably will do. but at the
same time should be set and ready for
anything nml prepared to shift at short
notice. Making up your mind in ad
vance that you are going to hit a cer
tain ball and then swinging at it re
gardless of where it
never get you into the .300 class.
Let me caution
He
may come will
. t ey ery young player
against acquiring the bad habit of try
mg to "kill the ball. Thousands of
fellows who might otherwise have be
come good batters have been ruined be
cause they wanted to knock a home
run every time up. If you meet the
ball squarely and get the right amount
of snap In your swing you do not
need to take a windup and lunge at it
with all your might.
There Is a lot of life In a baseball,
and when you hit it "on the nose" you !
don't need all your weight behind 'the !
bat. If you take care to apply your *
power at the right moment, so that
you will get the ball well out in front
of you at the point where your swing
is fastest and most powerful, the dis
tance and speed will take care of them
selves.
There never
. was « great hitter yet
that swung with all his might nil
time. You
the
may argue that the harder !
you poke the ball the longer distance I
you will get, but the trouble is that it 1
is practically Impossible to time your '
blow properly and hit the ball
ly when you take a
square
"washerwoman's
swing. Once in n hundred times vou
might happen to do so. but the other
ninety-nine times you would Just be
making yourself ridiculous.
And no player is of much
his team if he gets a home run
year and either fans or sends
flies or rolls feeble
of the time.
Every man must In
value to
. once
up easy
grounders tile rest
a
. . , , a way be his own
trainer in baseball.-Ty Cobb in Amer
lean Boj
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His Sermon.
"I used to worry about what 1 put
Into a sermon." ssid the minister.
•'Yes?"
"But when I found that what people
discussed was mainly the length of it
I put about fifteen minutes into it and
let it go at that."—Louisville Courier
Journal.
Love.
Love is the most powerful of spells.
Every other species of sorcery must
yield to it.
There is but oue power
against which it is helpless. What is
that? It is not fire; it is not water;
it Is not air; it is not the earth with all
its metals.
It is time.—Heine.
Grumbler.
Johnson-They tell me that Dobba ia
an awful grumbler.
He is the kind of fellow who blames
his face because it uceds a shave.—
Pearsons Weekly.
Jackson—He is.
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Ju»t Pet Names.
Liabilities are what you ctn't pay;
assets are what you can't collect—
Puck.
Evil is wrought by want of thought
as well as by want of heart.—Hood.
$100 Reward, $100
H.
The readers of this paper will
Pleased to learn that there is at least
been d fl r hi ade t d di 8 ea f e that science has
K?*" i« 6 * to l ure J n 311 its «ages and
that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional condition's
Catarrh n , S , tltutional treatment. Hall's |
Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and
faces* of U thI e <? Io , od on . the Mucous Sur
,***? System thereby destroying
lot* foan 6ation of the disease, giving the
pat ent strength by building up the con
work i0n The d !r!!f< ln t S nat M re in doing its
S'Asr have so much
Catarrh Medicine that
Hundred Dollars for
to cure.
he
powers Of Hall's
they offer One
. , any case that it fails
a j j . f n ci for list of testimonials
Ohln dre « 8 ,JV' C «ENEY & CO„ Toledo
Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. '
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—that he used to think
he was getting more for
his money by buying
big plug of ordinary
bacco, until he
good taste that
every man
wants. It lasts so much
longer that you get the
tobacco satisfaction
a
to
you
looking for without
extra cost.
ran across
Real Gravely. Now
are
, you
couldn't make him switch
back to the ordinary plug
again. Gravely has that
It goes further — that's why you
ran get the good taste of this clast
cf tobacco Without
extra cost.
F) , f. PEYTON BRAND
Keal Gravely G hewing Plug
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Notice to Creditors
StiiH* or Idaho,
County of Kootenai (
Estate of Richard C. Humber, dec.iased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Administrator of the estate of Richard O.
Ham her. deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit »hem with the necessary
vouchers, within 4 months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said admin
istrator at his office in Coeur d'Alene. Idaho,
the same being l lie place for the transaction
of the business of said estate,
of Kootenai. State of Idaho.
Dated, this lit h day of .Ian. 1919.
J SS.
in the County
HEBT A. HEED.
Administrator.
51. .Tan. 10,17,21,51, Feb. 7, 1919.
Annual Report of Bench Highway
District ending December 31,
1918.
Rathdrum, Idaho, January 6 , 1919.
Cash on hand Dec. 31. 1917 $ 873.30
County Warrants for 1918
1647.13
,
Total Receipts
i Cash Paul out fur 1918
$2520.42
2127.46
Balance on band Dec. 31,1918 392 96
P. G ZIEGLER, Secretary
Bench Highway District.
33 It
Cham l»erl;iin*.s
Before using
Cougli licin.Mly
this preparation for a
cough or cold you may wish to know
what it has done for others.
Cook, Macon, III.,
found it gives the quickest
Mrs. O.
writes, "1 have
relief of
any cough remedy I have ev.r used."
Mrs James A. Knott,Chillicothe,Mo,
«ays "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
cannot be heat for coughs and colds."
H. J. Moore, Oval, Pa.,
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy on
several occasions when I was suffering
with a settled cold
and it has always brought about
|
says "1 have
upon the chest
a
cure.
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