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COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR
RATHDRUM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MAY 16-31, 1919
MAY PAGEANT Pupils of Miss** Doyle, Packer and Fobertson
Hioii School Campus, 2::i0 o'clock
Friday, May 16th
Sunday, May 18th
SERMON- Dr. Thomas Ü. Harper, Spokane.—At Community Church, 8:00 p m.
Monday. May 19th
BACCALAUREATE SERVICES
SENIOR - JUNIOR BANQUET
Domestic Science Laboratory, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 21st
SENIOR CLASS PLAY—"The Fascinating Fanny Brown"
Fraternal Hall. 8:00 p.m.
Thursday. May 22nd
ANNUAL lHCH SCHOOL PICNIC
Liberty Lake
Friday, May 23rd
ADDRESS— Kev. J. M. Walters, Spokane.—At Community Church, 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 31st
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Community Church, 8:00 p. m.
ADDRESSES—Prop. W. E. Chandler. Scp't R. C. Eübïrs
EIGHTH GRADE EXERCISES
THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
ESTABLISHED IS!)»
CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors.
J. B. M CULP. Editor.
PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
TERMS:
. 11.00
On* Year, tr paid in advance
8i* Months.
Si NOLB copies .
To all subscribers outside of the United
States »1.60 per year.
.50
.5
"Entered April 28,1003. at Uathdrum, Ida
ho, us second-class matter, under Act of
Congress 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 Sc a line. Display advertisements of
three Inches or over 10c per Inch each Inser
tion: less than three Inches 1214c per Inch.
Germany succeeded in destroy
» ing the industrial plants of France
and Belgium during the war, thus
removing two commercial com
petitors for several years to come.
With the help of the bolsheviki,
she crippled Russia in like man
ner. But the end of the war leaves
Germany with her own factories
intact. Yet that nation protests
at the penalties for wrongdoing.
Instead of demurring to the peace
terms, severe though they may be,
it would seem that Germany
should find some consolation in the
fact that the treaty does not require
her to replace with her own the
factories she destroyed for her
commercial rivals.
The festive squirrel is to be
assailed more relentlessly than
ever. He has refused to succumb
to that gentle method of extermin
ation, invol/ing the payment of a
bounty, so popular with the thrifty
farmer lad and lassie. The collec
tion of caudal appendages there
fore abruptly ceases to be a profit
able industry in Idaho. The state
has abandoned its attack from that
angle and will attempt to concen
trate its forces on a more intensive
poisoning campaign, as provided
in the new statute. Farmers inter
ested will find the law published in
full on the last page of this issue.
I Want Cash
Fir and Tamarack
LUMBER
at Greenup's Mill
2x4's, 2x6's, and boards, $13
per 1000 ft.
Now's the Time to Build
This lumber is all trimmed. You can't
beat it.
—a—
Buying or failing to buy Liberty
bonds is not necessarily an indica
tion of patriotism or lack of
patriotism. Many loyal citizens
have not been able to give the gov
ernment the financial help they
would have liked to give toward
paying for the war; but they have
helped in other ways more or less
essential tp the cause.
a
With the cooperation of the
general public the new board of
trustees will be able to continue
the good work of the last and pre
ceding boards toward municipal
improvement.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Items taken from Silver Blade flies)
(May 6 and 13, 1899)
Miss Hattie Fleming of Granite
was reminded of her birthday by a
May basket.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Robinson, ac
companied by Mrs.Robinson's mother,
Mrs. S. L. Smith, returned from
California.
A dance was given at Hart's hall
May 10, for the benefit of the base
ball club, $30 being realized.
Lieutenant F. A. McCall, recently
returned from the Philippines, was
presented a sword, the ceremony tak
ing place in the court house yard
May ti.
Rathdrum Raises Quota.
Rathdrum precinct rai séduits quota
for the Victory Liberty loan. Fol
lowing is the final list of subscrip
tions:
Reported from May 9 to close of drivo—
I 50 O G Farnsworth, .* 50
50 Chas W Culp.
50 John Ernsberger. 50
50 W E Chandler.... 50
Elizabeth Eseh.. 400 W H Cleland
D Reynolds
Marie Beach_ 50 EG Greenup.
Luolla Wendler. 100 Irvan Feely.
Chas Wendler... 100 Thema Cady. 50
50 F E Thompson_ 50
John Ernsberger 150 J G Carrick. 50
50 Katie Berges .
100 Jeannette Frazier 60
E Q Stoddard. ..1000 TE Sage.
John Papendiek 300 O V Morgan. 50
W .1 Tucker
Mrs W .1 Tucker 300 Laura Thompson DO
Minnie Garrlets 100 H B Barnes. 50
W A Cochran UK) W W Bennett_ 5u
F H Bradbury. .
Kate Woolery, .
« Hufnagel .
F A Webster.
(M F Egbers 450 additional at Spirit Lake.)
J U Carrick
Darwin House ..
Il F House.
O Lancaster.
50
50
60 Ira Crabtree
50
60
60
W A Hart
James Ford.
Frank Feoreta..
50
50
300 H A Knox .
50
100 J F Reuther,
100 A T Gaston
50 W V Griffith
50 R. 8. Rank...
50
50
150
1ÜÖ0
Centenary Plans Are Outlined
Cp ri
Ore — (Methodist
tenary Publicity Service.) —
Portland,
The church in America intends to
take it« place in the forefront.
motto will be "doing," not
From
now on, it«
talking.
Hence, in
celebration of the 100th
of the foundation of Chri«
anniversary
tian mi««ion«, the Methodi«t Episcopal
church and the Methodiat Epiacopal
church, south, have joined In a nation
wide Methodist centenary campaign.
Every phase of Methodist church life
The aim of the
has been enlisted,
colossal campaign le the rebuilding of
the world.
$140,000,000 to Be Raiaed.
In brief, the Methodist Episcopal
churches of both branches will ask for
total of $140,000,000 for their joint
Especially detailed are those
alms so far as they concern the Meth
odist Episcopal church, which in the
seven-day period of May 18-25 will ask
for $105,000,000.
Here is how that money will be
a
aims.
spent:
Forty million dollars on the great
est foreign mission programme ever
conceived, lasting five years; embrac
ing the building and operating of
schools, hospitals, dispensaries, col
leges and everything that will benefit
mankind. Christianity will be preach
ed too, but the aim of this new and
bigger Methodism Is to live Christian
ity and the brotherhood of man.
$40,000,000 at Home.
Forty million dollars will go for a
carefully detailed programme of home
missions. But the programme again
BRILLIANT PREACHER IS
CENTENARY LEADER
:»•
M
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DR. A. L. HOWARTH
Dr. A. L. Howarth is the asso
ciate executive secretary of the
$105,000,000 Methodist Centen
ary movement for rebuilding the
world, with headquarters at
Portland, Or. Dr. Howarth is
one of the most brilliant preach
ers in the northwest and during
the Centenary campaign his ev
ery Sunday has been occupied
with demands for addresses. As
executive secretary, he super
vises the. business details of the
vast Centenary plans in the
Portland area, which consists of
tile state of Washington, a large
part of the state of Oregon and
northern Idaho.
calls for living Christianity and doing
Christian things, rather than preach
ing Methodism,
churches in the big cities where there
will
Great community
be healthy amusements and
where the church buildings will be
open seven days a week; community
churches in the country—$11,000,000
alone will be spent on helping to
make the country church a real factor,
building cross roads churches, making
allowances so that the rural church
can get the best of pastors and
them a salary that will interest them;
educationu! work in the etties; help
pastors to got a living wage.
Twenty-five million dollars will be
expended in the next five years at the
rate of $5,000,000 on direct
struction work equally divided be
tween Europe and this country. Close
on $3,000,000 has already been spent
by the sending to Europe of the first
Methodist mission ship.
pay
war recon
Perhaps
there were Bibles on board, but there
were a great many more plows and
tractors. That great ship was loaded
to the gunwales with everything that
could help a people to rebuild.
United Church Is Aim.
Methodism is preaching a united
It is nrp
.. „ il js urg
ing that churches unitrç, the smaller
churches closing that the stronger
ones may be stronger yet.
"Let us have a strong, dominant
Christianity." say the Methodist
ers. "Never mind about the especial
brand. I
, ..
vv 1th Christianity and the golden
rUle rU ü n * L he WOrld ' peace ' demt *
racy and Christianity will he unitedly
safe forever "
forever.
church—a common church.
Church Announcements
M. E. CHURCH
Two more Sundays of the Sunday
Everybody rally to
School contest.
the Sunday School.
Subject for Sunday morning sermon
Don't miss
—The Day of Jubilee.
»
our Jubilee service.
Then the Epworth League at
m ; and you will all want to hear Dr.
Harper at 8.
7 p.
So let the first service
as we
time with a snap.
begin on
must run on schedule next Sunday.
splendid
A comfortable seat,
service and the glad hand await you
a
at all our services.
Come.
J. G. Carrick, Pastoi
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 at 8 o'clock.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
eveoiug at 8 o'clock in church.
We extend to all a hearty invita
tion to attend these services.
M. H. Schweitzer, Pastor.
Sanitiry Inspector Coming.
Boise, Idaho, May 12.—Excuses
arising from war time exigencies
having become inacceptable, pros
ecutions for violations of the state
sanitary laws will be based entirely
upon conditions as they exist at
the time inspections are complet
ed, according to a recent announce- 1
ment made by J. K. White, com
missioner of public welfare.
It has been brought to my
attention," said Commissioner
White Saturday, "that inspectors
of this department are making an
unusual number of prosecutions
based principally upon the main
tenance of public nuisances within
city and village limits and upon
unsanitary conditions in and about
places of business which come
under our jurisdiction.
' It is not the policy of this de
partment to conduct a campaign of i
prosecution, but it must be gener- |
ally understood that these inspec
tors will take conditions as they
find them at the time of the in
spection. If conditions are dis
covered to lie in violation of the
t (
1
general principals of decency and
the rules of sanitation, legal action
necessarily must be taken.
"In the recent past, much was
overlooked because of the scarcity
®f labor, but this is no longer an
excuse and inspectors have in
structions to accept no excuse
whateyer for dirty, filthy, insani
tary conditions in public places.
"It is hoped that our city offi
cials and the various
newspapers
will cause this information to be
given to the public that full
knowledge may be had of the
policy and plan of work of this
department that all concerned
protect themselves from
tions sure to follow
conditions are found by inspec
tors.
to
may
prosecu
if insanitary
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FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE.
As soon as possible after ihe injury
is received get a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment and
printed directions which
! he hot tie
follow the plain
accompany
ad v. my
Always look on the bright si le of
things—and if you are buying them
look on both sides
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease creatlv in
-luenced by constitutional conditions, and
• . orde . r to cure u you must take an
ÂÆ
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
lead-lÄ^ÄÄ^
,n t !l ls cmmWy for years. It is corn
I °f sor ne of the best tonics known.
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
* cino'lf^^
results in catarrhal conditions. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Propa., Toledo. O.
All Druggists, 76c.
Hall'« Family Pin# for constipation.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
p, WENZ, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
IDAHO
RATHDRUM,
MILES F. EGBERS
ATTORNEY at law
-NOTABY PUBLIC
Office In Bttthdruin State Bank Building
RATHDRUM
tayAt FpiritLake Every Friday.
1IIAIIO
DENTISTRY
In all its latest branches by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
EXAMINATION FREE
IDAHO
KATUDKUM
D, d. DRENNAN
ptyysieiarç arçd Sunjeoi)
pVSpeclal attention given to Diseases ot
Women and Children.
COEUR D'ALENE.
IDAHO
0. W. STONE
UNDERTAKER
-LICENSED EMEALMEB
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
Agent for Monumental work
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Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist,
$®"Treats diseases of all domestic
animals,
Ruthdrutn,
Idaho •
Dray Line
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Office with Independent Feed Store.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
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124 N. POST. S POKAN E ,WN.
Centenary Movement Boosted.
Rathdrum
Community
church is reported to have subscribed
its quota of $1025 a year for the tlve
vear Methodist centenary movement.
Of the amount, $117 is to be raised
M. K.
by the Sunday school and $57 by the
Epworth League. The balaoce is
made up of individual subscriptions
of $1 to $50 a year each.
Over $joo was sub-cribed last
Friday evening when Spokane speak
ers and singers gave the movement a
boost. A large crowd attended the
meeting, which opened with singing
led by N. H.
Garrick playing lhe accompaniment.
M. Il Laytjn introduced G. C. Bald
win of Spokane, who look charge of
ihe meet ing. Others who spoke were
Taylor, Miss Ferne
Mark W. Egbers of Rathdrum and
Ed Jt ckiiii of
Spokane.
Music whs
furnished by
and the m eting
serving of ice cream and cake.
the Spokane quartet,
closed with the
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T R U T E S T
BRAND
TRACTOR - ENGINE
AUTO - HARVESTER
OILS
KEB0SENE
Farmers write for prices.
True's Oil Co.
Spokane, Wash.
5
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Chamberlains Cough Remedy
Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. ,

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