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itiuii mimiiiin i...-, »miimii uuimii nniiiui a% "f* 'fi * VioibltioM A Remet y io Overcome Catarrh and Catarrhal Conditio::* wa* Dr. Hartman'* Legary to the World of £ uCering. The Coder th.'Iy recognutd the insidcon* nature cl catarrh ard consecrated hif life to checkin" the rav ages of the worst of all health destroyers. 1 n T m / i'A MR? m PERUNA The Greatest of All Catarrh Remedies Catarrh first attacks the mucous linings in the nose, throat, lungs, stomach, bowels or any other part of t..* 1 body. Unchecked it finally breaks down the tis sues and chronic ailments develop which, if not fatal, ■ire always difficult to cure. Cunrd your health with Périma. Don't watt until too lat". Permis Is excellent for coughs, colds, effects of the grip and all catarrhal infhsmmaUon and congestion of the mucous linings. Many startling recoveries bave been recorded. m took it for tTinotvrr nno y - i;tn r ATAïtnn in worst form CHITTS. "I had catarrh and was alt run claimed it was con 'd I'crumi I sumption arid 1 really thought so relier. In the myself. 1 had a pain in my lungs Spring of 1914. I began taking Pe-iand left side, no appetite, could not used twelve; sleep, always weak anil tired. My attack weight was 8!) pounds. 1 look fifteen bottles of Peruna i and am entirely cured. 7 now weigh f chronic' 135 pounds. Thanks lo Peruna.' IRS. A. J. NETKOWS. "I was troubled for four or five down, years. A few would always bring Ma ny runa In ramont bottle« unci have not had ai Ir» I wo ye 4 re. I feel better and can do more work than in ten years. Peruna also cured me Hronehiti« and I recommend ii as a splendid remedy." a nd Ty'er , ... iiint,.voitr, Minn. N. Li. Tf you want health, insist upon ! having Dr. Hartman's World Fa mous Peruna Tonic. t., MU. O. F. McURlDE. Canta Fc, Ohio. WHITE FOR THIS BOOK. If sick and in doubt, write The ÎÙTbus. C Ohir'fôr D l?r!- / Juntas | IN LIQUID 0R TABLET F0RM ' It is free. .Sent In, Health Book, a plain wrapper to any address. DO IT TODAY Sold Everywhere. Ask your Dealer for a Peruna Aimar.ao WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF Typhus fetter, said to lie caused by lice, is spreading in Russia Siberia. and Of the 929 men from Washington state, who died in the war, 392 were killed In action and 146 died of wounds. The government's loss in operating the railroads in 1918 is calculated in railroad administration officials less than $150,000,000. Deportation of most of the 4000 pnemy aliens the United States mended to congress • department of justi al i 3009 Of row interned in will tie recoin shortly by the ï e President. Wilson returned to Paris Jan. 5 after a few days' visit, at In his address at, the s plan for a league of nations, opposed to b dance of power, to Rune, Italy. Eternal City, lie defended hi a preserve world peace. Count von Brockdorff- Rantzan, the new German foreign minister, is ported to lave declared Germany must not submit to peace terms that "differ by the breadth of a hair from the principles of President Wilson's ! 14 points." re t j The Germans lost 202 submarines during the war, 122 have surrendered and delivered, built by Germany, but it is said tf since 58 remain been to he Suluiiarines are still being ey The T&uths Com non is worth more to femily life today than ever before Co *Ä V StilI*2aYear 1 v 52 ISSUES II, THE COMPANION gives the greatest amount of everything worth reading, an abundance ot Fiction, of Entertain ment, of Informing Reading, of Fact and Humor, besides the Special Pages for each one of every ago. It appeals to the families with highest ideals. 2S '"»«Wie, • ,nEvc VF<.mi!y v OFFER No. 1 for BOYS New Subscribers to The Youth's Companion will receive : t 52 WEEKLY ISSUES 1919 Remaining 1918 Issues Free 1919 Companion Home Calendar Frte ! All for i ? 2 00 ' KTUPsI® N. UA [vt*« „ —'Vt xvapV I OFFER No. 2 THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Including all of Offer No. 1 McCalls magazine $ 1.00 1 All for V77 $2.00 Æ 50 mmsm - t t Check your choice and send thiscoupo ; wr h your remittance to the PUBUSlir.RS OF T (Is 'APER, or to The Youth's Companion. Boston assfesröi Jor FATHtK Ma .s. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT TIFS OFFICE will oe at the disposal of when completed. the allies President Wilson has asked con Kress to appropriate $100,000,000 to supply food to liberated peoples of Austria, Turkey, Poland and western Russia, who have no recognized governments to provide 11 nances. Special price regulations on mill feeds and limitations on wholesalers' retailers' and jobbers' margins i profit on mill feed sales were removed til by the food administration, of these regulations, nounced, does not limiting dealers profit. Lifting was an affect provisions to a reasonable it, claim to cor The Czecho-Slovaks. Americans and allies, fro I all of Siberia from Vladivostok aided by west to European Russia, where other American and allied forces j operating from Archangel southward along the Dvina, continue to prosecute a winter campaign against large ;Bo'shevik forces in northern Russia. : When you are troubled with gestion or constipation, '"Tlain's Tablets. çu AM ItEItLAIN'S TA RLETS. itldi take Cham They strfngthen the stomach and enable it to,'perform its functions naturally. Indigestion is usually accompanied by fconstipa lion and is aggravated by it. hurlai n - Tablets cause it geut.Je move ment of tlte bowels, relieving the constipated condition. Cbam Idaho State News Items. at 2 o'clock Clfi-'t* Boise banks now each afternoon. Otto M. Jones, a newspaper man of Boise, has beeo appointer] state warden by Governor D. W. Davis. Miles Cannon of Weiser, has been appointed as the bead director of the Idaho farm market bureau, lie succeeds Harvey Allre i. game ! ! Fourteen pardons, most of which | will become effective in tie inimedi - i ate future, were granted Jan. 2 by the state pardon board. The name of Cha-les II. Miller of casual* Blanchard was in the list ties Wednesday of last week, having diel from wounds. of Army orders of Jan. 0, ditail Captain Luther Feller, retired, and First Lieutenant Earl L. Cook, in fantry, to Moscow as professor arid assistant professor, respectively, of military science und tactics at the University of Idaho. W. L. Cuddy of Boise has been elected warden of the state peni tentiary by the new state prison board, composed of Governor Davis, Attorney General Black and Secretary of State Jones. E. S. Eismes of New Plymouth, who lost the use of his left hand as a result of an accident in the Idaho Oregon company's pumping plant, was awarded $1641.72 by the indus trial accident, board under workmen's compensation act. t he Fatalities resulting from Idaho industrial accidents were 50 per cent greater in 1918 than in the year previous. Responsibility lies witn the hazardous character of occupa tions engaged in at)d with the istate industrial accident board. inexperience of the workers employed, according to W. H. Casaday of the I Expenses of the University Idaho for the last biennium of was $843,737. The Lewiston and Albion Normal schools spent totals of $266, 375 and $213,216 respectively, the Industrial Training school the total outlay was $180,196: Idaho Technical institute $208,792, ilnf * the Gooding school for the deaf and blind $79,151. At at I tie More than 90 per cent of the hoys | and girls dismissed from the State ' | Industrial school at St. Anthony, the course of the past two years, now leading useful, in are socially right in the communities which careers, they entered. This is the testimony offered by J. Fred Williams, tendent of the industrial schooi, in a report soon to be published in pauiph let form by the state board of su peri ii educa tion. ft cz O It takes time, REPETITION AND COif nion sense arguments to make people believe in buying your goods and hack for more. come Too many advertisers empty their appropriation sand boxes on the first grade, and the road to ad vertising success is strewn with the bleaching skeletons of the victims of one Insertion. 1 John Wn na maker once aald, discontinue advertising Is like tn«r down your sign." 'To tnk You have a sign above your door to let people know who you are and what you are doing. vertising does. That's what your ad it i Wely multiplies your sign. It lets thousands of people know what you hav* to sell.— M. L Corey, Secretary National Retail Hard ware Dealers' Association in Retailer and Advertiser. Keep Tour nd. la this paper l( yon wish «0 keep yoar baalaenn before the people. £ LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE) were up and moving, and it play either, getting ! until coming otl that if August. We bred at four positions. 1 saw one of the emplacements of the Big Bertha. It was sure placement, steel platform on hall bearings. The gun was no but little rest sector the 12th some flu ff inch had bien ! taken away by the Germans. | We had a two day rest in the i woods, then convoyed to the St. Mihiel sector. It took about eight days' travel. St. Dizier was the largest place we stoppsd at. Went through Bar-le-Duc the following but it was It is quite a city, night. dark and we saw but little. Our position was nearly east of Verdun. We were in it about four weeks. Fired quite a little there. Took the guns from there to a place in the woods near Servy-le-Perch. Stayed there three days, then went into position near Marie about seven miles closer northwest of Verdun Was in this position about four weeks and ousted the Germans from very strong positions, the line having been there for four years. The ground known as no man's land was sure pulverized, it being only a foot or two between large shell holes 8 to 10 feet in diameter and 0 feet deep. The towns in this vicinity were just a mass of trnken stones, not even a wall two feet high standing. Our lieutenant told me it had been uüder cencentrated shell fire for six months. Our next, position was near Cuzy. Moved there the 12th of October. I Was in this position when I was struck bv the recoil of the gun. Was sent to neurological hospital No. I the 31st of October and discharged from it the 5th of November. Was sent to an evacuation camp aDd given traveling orders to battery. Banlhville where they had moved to take part in the drive of Nov. ] to 11. The battery was Montigny and then moved the east side of t.he Meuse river,being the first, heavy artillery nues hud gotten tn Brandeville when on the morning of Nov. 11, came along and went into effect at 11 o'clock. The third pieces went into position but did not lire. The 14th we moved back to billets in the woods near Blercourt. Our battery is quite fortunate, one being sent to hospital with shrapnel not, serious. go to tnv I caught up with them at moving west to across to The across .1 an officer • said an armistice , I no one being 1 killed wounds hut Zollie Waddell. Writing to Rathdrum friends under date of Dec 10. class private Engineers,states that he Zollie Waddell, 1st of Ute 16th Co., 20th can now tell where he bas been and what he has been doing. lie says: "From the time 1 landed from the ship, I have been in Boncora,London derry, Randleton and Dublin Bay, Wales; Win Ireland; Hnlieyhead. '•hester and South Hampton.England; Havre, Angres arid Costett.es, F We sawed lumber at Costettes from April 12 until Oct. ranee. 9 and moved down to Capeteaux. where then we i. bat is we are located now. We still logging here and 1 have some beautiful are seen country since I have bien gone." be proud tobe a food Saver TI1IÏ NEW WEST MAGAZINE "Building Th« West" Established 1010 For th« development of W estel II industries, agriculture, mining, oil, and Of interest to the Western investor, farmer and sightseer. Printed on high grade paper with rnpoer half-tone illustrations. Year. >2; ropy. 2Clr. Sample, 10c. S back num bers for 2fie. Send now. The New West Maps, nine. 1211 Walker Bank Bldg.. Salt latke C y, Utah; 1004 Whi.e Bldg. Seattle, Wash.; Ti| Woodward Ave , Detroit, Mich. Address near est office, or place your subscription through this newspaper scenic attract; ( urftl n( u Co&t of 125 Cen(y "Eight years ago when we first moved to Mat toon, I was a greht sufferer from indigestion and const I potion,'' writes Mrs. Robert Allison, Mattuon, 111. "I had frequent head aches and dizzy spells, and there was a feeling like a heavy weight pressing on my stomach and chest all the time. 1 felt miserable. Every mors-1 of food distressed me. I could not rest at night and felt tired and out all the time. worn One bottle of Chamberlain'*Tablets cured me and 1 have since felt like a different person." Jan ad. Notice to Creditors STATE OF IDAHO, I ss. County of Kootenai, f Estate of Lee Roy Whiteloek, deceased. Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Lee Roy Whiteloek.deceased, tot he creditors of.anda.'l persons having claims against the said dt - ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within 4 months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at his office Rathdrum. Idaho. the sam„ being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Kootenai, State of Idaho. Rated, this 28th day of December, 1X18. Miles F Eg he is o. w. STONE Administrator. Atty. for Petitioner ■it, Dei 1X18 to Jan 24, 1X1X. I ■ Notice to Creditors, State of Idaho. County of Kootenai. ( ESTATE of Mat tin PotesoD, deceased. I.... Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executrix of the Will of Martin 1 oIt*son. deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within Ten (10) months after the hist, publication of this notice. o the said home, in the town of the Ex tutrix liatiidruiii. lier f Idaho. at .1 , . . - same being the blare fot the transaction of tin* business of said estate, in the County of Kootenai. State of Idaho. Dated, this 2'.st day of December. 1918. JULIA E. P0LE80N. Executrix of the Will of Martin Poleson. Deceased. ."it Pub Doc. 2T, >918 to Jan 24 , 1XIX. .1 Notice to Creditors. • , ?,î® 1 t , < r 1 ° t f I ?t ho . I County of Kootenai SS. Estate of John Cogati. Deceased NOTICE Is hereby given by the undersign 'd Administratrix of the Estate of John deceased. to the creditors claims against iscd. toux hi hit them with the try vouchers, within Four months after the first publication of tills notice. ... the said Administratrix- nl tier Residence at Hauser Junction. Kootenai Co., the same being the transaction of tlie business of s Hie County of Kootenai. State Cog a ii. of. and all persons havintr the said de m-et to Idaho, for th« id estate, in f Idaho. Dated this Hill, day of December. IXIS. lici t A. Reed, plaet MAHYCOHAN Administratrix. 51—Dec. la, 20, 2T. 1X18. Jan a. io, nux. Ally for Es ate. TIMECARD--RATHDRUM rjp EASTHOU NI) No. .'»« Kootenai Local Fassen No. 4-, Burlington Trai No. ii) ter n 8:08 a in 11:00 R m 4 Twin City Express WESTIIOUNIJ xi j So ',' 111 Coast Limited No. JO, Spokane Local Fassetiger No. 41 Bn ill nsi on No. No. si in 1*2:2n p in r>:0H p m 8:20 p in ■i Pacific Express Ail above trains stop at Rathdrum. L. E GILLESPIE, Agent, Rathdrum. Idaho Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway. Southbound: Northbound: U:2S No. 217. 8:84 p. m. a. tn. C. A. MARTIN, A gnat RATHDRUM. IDAHO. TRIBUNE, $1. Per Year Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Couirh.