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THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
KSTARLISHKD 1 8 »ß I CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. B. M CUIF. Editor. PflBLISHICn FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. TERMS: » 1.00 Oh* YEAH. If PAID IN ADVANCE til* Months. . fllNOI.K COPIJCH . To all subscribers outside of tho Ünitcd States II.SO per year. 50 .5 "Entered April 28, t903, at Ralhdrum. Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of OonRress 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 10c per inch each Inser tion; less than three inches 12!4e per Inch. MAY BECOME STATE LAW House School Bill Recommended In Senate. % At the time of going to press, it had not been learned here what final action was taken on the two school bills in the legislature, con cerning which much interest was aroused last week. The bills referred to are H. B. 87 and S. B. 94 H. B. 87 would abolish all present school districts and organ ize each county into a district. Each county would be divided into five school precincts, each precinct to be entitled to one trustee on the county school board of five members. The adoption of the county district plan would be optional with the county commis sioners of each county and not mandatory. S. B. 94 would provide for a county high school system and , -, abolish all present high schools having less than 75 enrollment. Under it the only high school in Kootenai county would be at Cœur d'Alene, until such time as other towns of the county could grow to have the required enrollment. According to the house journal page 13 , Feb. 25 , H. B. 87 passed the house by a vote of 35 to 23 . The Kootenai county represen titives voted on the measure as follows: Aye—Chas. Johrtson of of CfEur d'Alene and M. A. Kiger of Harrison;nay—C. A. McDonald of Coeur d'Alene. The bill was sent to the senate, and the senate journal for March 1 states that the committee on education recom mended that the bill "do pass. Senate bill 94 passed the senate Feb. 27 , by a vote of 30 to 11 . Senator Ralph Nelson of Kootenai county vott^l against the measure, according to the senate journal. The bill was then transmitted the house, where, on Feb. 28 , it was referred to tbe committee ed ucation. to on v TWENTY YEARS AGO (Items taken from Silver Blade files) March 4, 1899. Frank Wenz. clerk of the board of village trustees, published notice of annual village election for April 4. Grace Lancaster, age 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lancaster, died.of spinal meningitis. Agnes Russell, wife of John Russell, died at Portland, Oregon, age 36. Ten teachers passed the examina tion conducted by Supt. Van Duzer, assisted byrf'rof. D. K. Danby. The softer the road the harder it is lot ravel. Vanity and impudence are twin sisters. All kinds of useful employment are equally bouorable. THE SCHOOL COLUMN. KUOM THE SCHOOL ! I School Notes. The Freshman Assembly was enjoyed very much by its audience of students. They are to be con gratulated on their success. The numbers were as follows: Piano duet—Addie Martin, Safrah Wenz Reading— Song Medley, Smiles— Stella Thompson Six Girls. Frances White Reading— Pantomine Play, Lochinvar of the West.— The Class. The executive committee announced that each class would be given ar opportunity to give an assembly of their own planning in the near future. The students and faculty extend a cordial invitation to all towns people to attend these short Wed nesday assemblies. , Many school students took ad vantage of the chance to earn passes to the Chautauqua, which is with us this week. A pass for one night was given for every three tickets sold. Irene Hurrell McCheyne were leaders in the campaign, each selling twelve of the fifteen season tickets assigned to them. and Beatrice -*-G. M. H. '19 The first of the Chautauqua proven to he of very hign Cbautauquas in general have the merit of bringing the best talent the two attractions festival have class. country can produce to the people at a nominal price because of its organization iug the circuits so as to give a program t very precluding the necessity distances between dates. Three exceptional features remain of the Chautauqua festival. It can do this schedul t e able to j night, and of long Soldier's Welcome Home Hayden Lake. March 3 —To wel come the home coming Dennison a party home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dennison, March 1 st. Those present were Messr . Mesdames James Casey, G. B. Hink ley, Bert McCullum, Vet Miller, and Jesse Dennison. Misses Tucker, Wall, Boekel, Hinkley, Casey, Brandt Dennison, Casey, Jr., Chas. Boekel, Will Thibo deau, and 'James Dennison. Cards and dunciug atid refreshments served. Alter eight months of service with the 252nd Ambulance Co., 13th Sani tary Train, .James Dennison returned to his home Feb. honorable discharge L:wis, Wash. of James was given at the Saturday evening, and and Messrs. James Wall, Jas. were enjoyed 26th with his from Camp Former Rathdrum Man Dead. Owen Lavin, age 07, a resident of Oppi rluntty, Wash., at ttu died Saturday Sacre^ Heart hospital in Spo kar.e of pneumonia following infiueq He retired from the Z». service of the Northern Pacific railway 15 years ago, aTter 35 years with that company He served nearly 15 years foreman at Rathdrum, Idaho. He is survived by his widoty, Mar garet D. Lavin, three James and Thomas, and three daughter< Mrs. T. L. Gib son of Sandpoint. and Mrs. John Sherman of East port, Idaho, and Mrs. E. G. Fensler of Spokane. The fuueral was held Monday Spokane. section i:S sons, Joseph, all of Spokane, in A fussy man gets in his own when he is in a hurry. way The first step toward dolog good is the inclination to do it. DAV AND Fil F ! * fl I fl 11 IJ I ILL INCOME TAX BEFORE MAR. 15 I I U. S. Internal Revenue Bureau t .. , _ Gives Warning That Severe Penalties Will Be Enforced. ! ! ! WOMEN WITHIN LAW'S SCOPE; HOW THEY REPORT INCOME ! / The Income Tax drive comes to a ! close on Saturday night, March 15. All payments and returns due on that date under the provisions of the new j Revenue Law must, he in the hands of local Internal Revenue Collectors be fore their offices close that night. The Income Tax is being collected to meet the war expenses, who shouted and tooted his horn on Armistice Day is now (".tiled upon to contribute his share of the cost of win ning the war. The laggards and the dodgers will face severe fines and jail sentences. The Internal Revenue Bureau an nounces that its officers will check us all up to see that every person who comes within the scope of the Income Tax law did his share. Where to Pay and File. Residents of Montana, Idaho and Utah are required to make their re turns and pay their taxes to William C. Whaley, Collector of Internal Reve nue, Helena, Mont., or to any of his deputy collectors who are now doing free advisory work on Income Tax. Payments sent by mail should he at tached to the returns and should be iu the form of check, money order or draft. Cash payments by mail are sent at the taxpayer's risk of loss. If you are unable to make your re turn personally because of illness, ab sence or Incapacity, an agent or legal representative may make your return. If there are any doubtful points as to your items of income or allowable de ductions, you should get in touch at once with a Revenue officer or a hank er for advice. ) Every person 1 ! j Women Pay Tax. Women are subject to all the require ments of the Income Tax. Whether single 6r married, a woman's Income from all sources must be considered. If unmarried, or If living apart from her husband, she must make lier re turn for 3918 if her net income was $1,000 or over. 4 If married and living with her hus band, her income must be considered with the husband's in determining the liability for a return. Their joint in come, less the credits allowed by law. is subject to normal tax. The wife's net income is considered separately in computing any surtax that may lie due. Husband and wife file jointly, rule. liis wife's income in bis return, the wife must file a separate return. Severe Penalties. The iwfw Revenue Law places penalties on a person who fails to make red urn on time, refuses to make return or renders a fraudulent return. For failure to make return and pay tax on time ü fine of not more than $1.000 is namcrl, and 25 per cent of the tax assessment. For •et urn. or for malting a false or fraudulent turn there is a fine of not exceeding $30,000 and imprisonment of not ceeding one year, or both. Fairmers' Income Taxable. Every farmer and bad a fahr or a pood year in 3918 must heed the Income Tax this year, must consider all ids income able. his gross income all amounts expended in carrying on his rann, farm machinery, farm buildings and Improvements can..ot The cost of live stock, either for sale or for I breeding purposes, is also regarded as investment. as a If the husband does not include severe tine is added to the refusing wilfully to make re OX •anclmtan who He ilS tilX He is entitled to deduct fri >tu The cost of be deducted. re Overtime and Bonuses Taxed. Salary ami wage aider earners must cott as taxable every item received from employeers and from other source®. Bonuses and overtime pay are tx> be reported, as well as the regu lar payments. Allowances for Losses. Losses sustained in 1918 and not cov er«-d by insurance are deductible items if incurred in the taxpayer's business or trade, in any transaction under taken for profit, or arising from fire, storm, shipwreck or other casualty Troiu theft. or — U. S. Treasury Department. USE VICTORY FLOUR Highest Patent. .Made * from selected Montana New Wheat. — Every Sack Guaranteed by— SPOKANE FLOUR MILLS Church Announcements M. K. CHURCH at Next Sunday morning subj ct I the Presbyterian church will he "The and What It Means." ll I Centenary don't know about this mightiest con e you movement since history beguh, DJI service and learn what t to the morni we are doing. Sunfiay a Epwi.r. h even it g Lord 10 , Set oui at at 0:36, and the The Lord and your Church needs j ! League ! sermon at 7:30—subject, ••The ! is Come and Calleth fm Thee.' I ! you. The Church of the triad hand. J. G. Caukick, Pastei ! j ) APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH At the M. E. church Preaching service in the morning at 11 o'clock in lower Twin Lake school | house. Evening service hi re as usual at 7:30. Wednesday evening at 7:30, cottage 1 prayer meeting. Everybody cordially invited. M. II. Schweitzer, Pastor. > Perhaps all things come to him who waits, but there are many things not worth waiting for. An Ohio minister objects to skat ing on the ground that it has.a tend ency to promote backsliding. It is better to he up with the lark j than down with th * measles. Call For Warrants. j Notice is hereby given that I am I prepared to pay all warrants of Inde pendent School District No. 31, Athol, Idaho, up to and including Warrant No. 28. issued December 23, 1918. | Interest ceases on these warrants ten days after date of this notice. IL D. Mischief, Treasurer. Dated Feb. 24, 1919. Athol. Idaho. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application«, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result. Unless the inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness arc caused by catarrh, which Is an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hail's Catarrh Medicine, culars free. All Druggists. 76c F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Clr a Supply Of LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS They help to advertise your business. ORDERS PILLED 50 '(;TS. "LLP let us SHOW YOU OUR SAMPLES Tribune Printing Office r Mrs. Z A Be veil, Raymond, Wn„ suffered years from (tall complication ami After taking Dr. says she stomach stones, severe neuralgia. Mellenthin & Co.'s treatment she is cured and is very thankful, as she is hard every day now. Dr. working Mellenthin & Co. will be in Spokane, Spokane hotel, W.d Thus. Fri , Mar. Hours 1Ü a in. to 4 p. m. 26, 27, 28. a J v it 8 °|| 0 We offer the balance, $5,000 of our issue of Preferred Stuck, $7500 pre j vjous | y sold locally, which pays 8 per cent annually. I This stock is preferred as to princi pal and interest, and before, an investor in it can lose a cent of either, the managers of the company, who have bought $ 8.000 of the cornmoo stock,must lose their entire invest* It is thus as safe as our In bank stock, and make it. with con | ment, vestment in lands, good notes, can servative and reliable management. You can buy it in $10 or any multi p'e of $ 10 . We make no promise of big profits, but you won't get less than 8 per cent a year. —Fresno Land it Cattle Co , Fresno, Montana. Reference, First National Bank, Fresno, Mont. 39—41 p Many a man's failure io small things is due to his being troubled with great ambitions. Time works wonders. So would a man if he put in twenty-four hours a day, as time does. j Forgot What He Needed. j From the Republican. Mt. Giliad, I ° hio: The editor hud an interesting experience some lime ago, when a J'oung gentleman came to this office and asked for a copy of the Morrow | Cuunly Republican. He scrutinized il carefully when a copy was handed him ' arul lhen sakl: " N(, ' v 1 kn " w! " What is il y,,u are ll)0kin * ftjr -" we inquired. "My wife sent me after a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I forgot the name. I went to several stores and the clerks named over everything in the line the shelf except 'Chamberlain's.' I'll try again, arid I'll without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 'The Republican would suggest to the proprietors of stores their clerks, and never let t hem sub - (ill never co home that they post stitute. Customers lose faith io stor s whore suosiituiing is permitted, say nothing of the injustice to makers ol good goods and the disappointment of customers to —udv Mar.