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THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
KSTAHI.IS.nKP If95 er rrr. CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. B. M CULP. Editor 'i'OtlUHHEO FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. TERMS: ORB Y«*R. ir PAID II» APVAWO*. Mix Months... StNCil.K .. To »11 subscribers outside of tbe Uuited States 11.50 per year. . 11.00 .50 .5 ••Entered April28.1000. at Rntlidruni, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act or Congress of March 8, 187V. Advertising—Locals fa: a line, each Inser tion. Headers 20 linos or more 25c per Inch each Insertion. Cards of thanks and resolu tions 5o a line. Display advertisements of three Inches or over 10c per Inch each Inser tion; less thau three Inches 12'lc per Inch. Tun Victory Liberty loan ought to be a successful one. The war is over, and so is the danger of nitional bankruptcy which was possible had the war expenditures continued at the rate they were mounting three or four years longer. Government bonds are a better investment now than ever, and so long as tbe government needs tbe money, tbe patriot who has spare cash or its equivalent could not find an opportunity to make a safer and at the same time a more patriotic investment than that now offered in the form of Victory bonds. The boys who (ought and sacrificed and won tbe War are the ones who made the bonds of the United States secure* Their bill is an honest one. It must be paid. Now that the war is over, the government will he expected to cut expenditures, eliminate the thousand and one unnecessary leaks and discontinue extending large credits to European nations, as quickly as possible. Thus may income ind excise taxes and the need for more bond issues he reduced. of A Lumber famine is predicted on account of America being required to furnish materials in vast quanti ties for rebuilding in Europe. It is said higher lumber prices may he looked for. TWENTY YEARS AGO (Items taken from Silver Blade flies) April 15, 1899. Mrs. J O. Brady, wife of Probate 1 Judge Brady,'died in Spokane. Tp° funeral was held April 16 iu Rattl drutu. The county commissioners ttxed salaries of county officials as follows: Commissioners $ 1000; clerk and re corder $ 2000 : sberilT $ 2000 : assessor $3000; treasurer $1500: probate judge $1500; county supc, $1200; county surveyor $300; coroner $300. S E Fleming, lately arrived from Wisconsin, took up a claim near Granite. John F. O'Donnell of Granite spent Easter in Rathdrum. NOTICE April 14. 1919. Pursuant to action of Board of Trustees at regular meeting held on this date, notice is hereby given that the piaci of holdtog ail meetings of the Board of Trustees of Independent School District No. 2 shall, from and after May 5tb, 1919, be the Law Offices of Miles F. Egbers, over the Rathdrum State Bank Building, Rathdrum. Idaho, which offices shall tv considered public meeting place and any patron or taxpayer may appear and attend public meetings of th- 1 < *atd on the 2 nd Monday of each month at the hour of 8 P. M. MILES F. EGBF.RS, Clerk j ru 47 4 Bay view, w 18 taken ill with Influenza nn.) dted in a bp cane h sp til Tues He leaves three -mad children *** Arthur Duty, who was recovering fo.ai ;t>jur:es revived ;n a sawmill at day at Bayview, according to a Spokane paper. i THE SCHOOL COLUMN. KKOM THE SCHOOL School Notes. The General Science class is testing milk as one of their experiments the last week. The public Is a«ke<l to hand In samples to be tested to Mr. Swenson. The service is free. a9 It gives Instruction to the pupils who are takinR the course Last Friday niRbt the Freshmen Rave the rest of the student body a party in the gym. It was certainly enjoyed by all, as it was the tlrst for a Ioor while. Some remarked that they hadn't been to a party so Ioor that they didn't know how to act. The executive committee rendered the followloR proRram last Wednes day: l'iano duet—Addle Martin, Stella Thompson. Ex t ern poranoous speeehes. DebatinR in hiRh school, .5 —Lester Ernsberger. Co-education—«Ronald Woodke. Should pupils be exempt from exami nations with an average of 90 per cent,—Hazel McCheyne. Should Freshmen he allowed to choose their own subjects,—Frances White. The Seniors are going to give a play sometime near the closing of school. Watch out for the date. Matrons of the school take notice that a Victory Loan program will be given in the assembly room of the high school at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, ATiril 2d. —E. L. E. '19. One Ticket In Field. There is one ticket in the field for the Hathdrum village election tobe held next Tuesday. The candidates fof trustees are C. F. Borell, O. G. Farnsworth, Biemond, G. W. Flemming and E. A. Swanson. Mr. Swanson was nominated by • the coVimittee to fill the J vacancy on the ticket caused by the resig nation of F. A. Morris, who de clined the nomination on account of his duties as county commis sioner and private business matters which may cause him to be absent from town ?. considetable part of the time. Saturday, April 19 , is the last day to register for this election. Miss Satchwell Honored. A birthday surprise was given at the hume of Miss blanch House in honor uf Miss Hatty Satchwell the evening of April 16. Games were played indoors and out. A midoighi lunch was served. A very nice time was enjoyed by everyone. Those present were: Lillie Hering. Frances White, Sarah Went, Irene Hurrell, Emeliue Adaius, Beatrice McCheyne, blanch House, Hatty Satchwell, Wilbur Barnes, Hildore Lyon. A mil Meyer, Walter Satchwell, Gordon Adams. Ronald Woodke, Darwin House, Earl Satchwell, Law rence Edelblute, Louis Satchwell, Robert House,Glen Satchwell, Dayton House and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. House. —C. Martin—Boise Statesman Married At Boise. GREEN-GIFFORD — James A. Green of Richfield aod Mrs. Myrtle M. Gifford of Rathdrum were married Friday at the Methodist parsonage, 1020 State street, by the Rev. Willsie U. 8. Inventa Anti-Rust •'Dopa." I . , , . Incident to the war. the government has faced the problem that has so long proved baffling to commercial con —• •» prot«tin* i~. .»j «.* ft.. j ru * t - lc an Attempt to solve this fed erai specialists have perfected various forms of protective coatings. In this connection it may be pertinent to ask whether commercial uses will not be found also for the so-called -dopet which the government has Invented to *** applied to airplane wings and which are possessed of valuable weather-re ..I . _ . slating and Û reproof qualities. j i $325 FARM TRACTOR® Sold on TEN DAYS' Trial with Money BacK Guarantee The "ME-GO" Tractor Attachment converts a Ford Car into the most efficient Farm Tractor ever offered. WE GUARANI EL 1.000 10 i DRAW BAR PULL. 'ith only the regular Ford tools, you can change In less than half an It is not In less than an hour, w Ford pleasure car into a practical farm tractor, hour 3 'ou can change it back from a tractor to a pleasure car. necessary to even remove fenders on Ford, or alter the car in an 3 manner, wheels and adjust the water connection when a except to remove rear attaching' the Dual system on motor. The "ME-GO" Transmission Wheels contain a planetary system of gear ing which employs two opposite forces in the drive wheels, one pushing and one pulling, at. the same time in the same direction, thus eliminating al strain on the axle or drive shaft and practically utilizing all the power generated by the motor in direct pulling service. GUARANTEED NOT TO OVERNEAT TNE ENGINE The Dual Cooling System, easily attaches to motor, positively perfect circulation and making it impossible to cause radiator to boil at any rate of speed. The "ME-GO" attached to a Ford makes a powerful, rugged tractor capable of pulling two 1 4-inch plows and doing all the farm work of four to six horses. OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on a ten-day trial is positive evi dence of the manufacturer's faith in the product and a forceful selling argument for the dealer. We want responsible and aggressive dealers in every locality to represent us under exclusive territory arrangements, offering liberal discounts. Write or wire us for literature and full particulars. giving the water in the nCdD-MVI5 COnPdNY Direct Factory Representatives 814 Hearst Building, Chicago, III. Church Announcements M. E. CHURCH Easter Services at the Community church next Sunday starts at 7 o'clock in the morning witn a Sunrise Prayer meeting Gather at the church at 6:45 and go in a body to the place of prayer. This will.die the only service of the League during the day. Sunday School at 10 sharp with a program by the children at 11 o'clock. Then the Cantata at 7:30 in the j evening. Come and help us make this the ! biggest and best Easter service ever, j You will not be disappointed in these l programs. Get into the first service I at 7 a. m. and get the inspiration. J. G. Cakkr'k, Pastoi APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH ■ At tbe M. E. church Preaching service in the morning at 11 o'clo:k in lower Twin Lake school house. Everybody cordially invited. No service in Rathdrum Sunday evening. M. H. Schweitzer. Pastor. I Thara la mcr* Catarrh In this section or tbe country tb*n all other diseases pm to«*ther. and ror years it wij «up posed to be incurabl*. Doctors prescribed k>cal remediae, and by constantly failing î2££î 'sisrr.'ys'rss . greatly influenced by constitutional ocr ® l, oas and therefor* requires constitu tional treatment. Halls Catarrh Meet cine, manufactured by F. J Chaney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is a constitutional i remedy, u taken internally aac acts £, *7? Spaces ward ia offered for any case that Hall s Catarrh Medicine faila to cure C1! Y U larr ind testimonUla F. J. CHENEY i tO. Toledo. Ohio, sold by Druggists. 3c. Hall's Vasily Send for Puis for constipation. 0 MORE FOR CREAM 0 0 We retail our butter direct ^ to the consumer and there j ! j l I 1 ; * fore pay * 0 0 MORE FOR CREAM 0 0 Many inquiries are coining in dally J j from Dairymen who want 0 0 MORE FUR CREAM 0 0 0 -Write For Tags : J. B. CHANEY $ 124 N. Post Street SPOKANE. WASH. 0 • Of course, we all believe better to give thtn to it is receive—uo til someone passes around the hat. For Ullious Troublm. To promote a healthy action of the liver a "' 1 correct the disorders caused ■ hv bili , -.usn-s. Chumberiain's Tablets are e.ec le.tf. 1 ry , hem and see how quickly th.-v give you a re!i>b fr r fo(Ml and banish that dull and feeling. your j stupid PR0FESSI0NAL CARDS I F • ^^ENZ, M. D. Phrcipim nnd Cnr/tnon rUiMlldfl dull JUl^ÖD ' ® ' . TlENTISTRY i ^ * RATHDRrv. IDAHO In al: its latest branches tj DK. D. F. HOLLISTER. EXAMINATION R iTHDRrtl FREE IDAHO MILES F. EG-BERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -notary public Office in Katlidruin State Bank Building KATHORt.ll - IDAHO &T At Spirit Lake Every Friday. 1 ; BERT A REED ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j lieur d'Alene, Idaho. -Office ft —10 Wiggett Block Phone 4S. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY D. D. DRENNAN Ptyysieiar? ar>d Sunjeop Eff^Specla: attention given to Diseases of Women and Children. COEUR D'ALENE. IDAHO - * 0. W. STONE UNDERTAKER -licensed EMBALMSR- Rathdrum and Spirit Lake Agent for Monumental work j Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. Treats diseases of all domestic animals, Hat}»drum. Idaho. Dray Line s. b. mccheyne. propr. Distributor for CONTINENTAL Office with Independent Feed RATHDRUM, IDAHO OIL Co. Store. Chamberlain Cough Remedy Cures Coads, Croop and Whooping Cough. '