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THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE
ÜgTAUUSOED 1 895 CÜLP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors, i IBM GULP. Editor. KIBLIUHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK TERMS: Ow* Year, if paid in advance Bix Months. Iinole Copies..5 To all siibsprlbors outside of the United States *1.50 per year. .11. SO .50 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 l"Hc per Inch. "Entered April 28, 1908, at Rathdrum, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1873. New Design For Weeder. Blueprints are being sent out from the offices of the extention division, to all County agents, showing how to make a bar weeder for summer fallowing. The design is suggested by L. C. Aicher, of the Aberdeen substation, The weeder is simple of construction, having a single long knife under a platform, with a board projecting to the rear, which enables the operator to regulate the cutting depth by standing near the front or back. It has a spread of eight feet. It is said to be economical to make and convenient to operate. Paul Wenger, assistant field agronomist, who is sending out the blueprints, advocates its use especially in fight ing Canada thistle and similar weeds where a summer fallow method must he employed, as he says it will greatly lessen hand work. 9 Entertained at Lake. Mrs. S. E. Beggs entertained at a dinner party and welnie roast, la9t Saturday evening at her summer home at Twin Lakes, in honor of Miss Aleen Nugent of Spokane^ Those preseot were Misses Aleen Do ™ thed Wen7 ' elie Wenz, Shirley Krueger, of Rathdruni; Messrs. I red Crane, Lt. ™ m T a " ?L C(,eur d AleDe - J and Jay Dyer of Rathdrum. , Mrs. Beggs was assisted by Mrs. H. A. Krueger. Funeral of Walter Klinger. The funeral of Walter Klinger was held last Saturday from Stone's chapel, under auspices of the brotherhood of railway firemen, The body was brought to Rathdrum from western Washington where the unfortunate young man died in a Milwaukee railroad hospital fiom acute appendicitis with which he Is reported to have been attacked while employed as locomotive fireman betweep Othello and CleElum. He died before his mother arrived at the hospital. He was 19 years of age. The pareols reside in Rathdrum. is A. O. Skinner Sells Farm. A. O. Skinner has disposed of 280 acres in section 2, township 54, range 5, located seven miles northeast of Rathdrum to Geo. S. Brunner of Spokane for $12,000. There are 240 acres in cultivation iu timothy, wheat, oats and rye. All the laod i> level and lies on the county road. The property is improved with a four room house and other buildings. Mr. Skinner, accepted in part payment a six-room modern house in Spokane valued at $2500. Mr. make the farm his home. a Brunner will Charges Against Moody. Information was filed at Boise, Aug. 10, in the district court against Charles S. Moody, former adjutant general under the Alexander adminis tration, charging him with making false certificate for the purpose of securing tne payment of a bill or $170.63 for alleged expenses incurred by him on a trip from Boston to Washington, D. C., and return, be ginning December 9 and ending December 20, 1918. Moody is charged with attempting to collect from the state expenses that were chargeable lo and payable by the government. All le of my A. the for After much anxious effort thru the Idaho delegation in congress the early potato growers of Caldwell have secured the promise of 1000 refrigera tor cars from the railroad adminis tration to get their produce to the markets. Early potatoes being highly perishahle, ordinary box cars cannot be used, and the potatoes will even spoil in the ground if not moved within ten days. The crop is valued at $500,000. © ; * INDEPENDENT ; FEED STORE i « ( S. L. Farnswortb, Prop. JIa3 T , Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hardwall Plaster Rathdrum, Idaho. ( i ( f ■ SO t .50 t 1 * i c^. * of T Church Announcements M. E. CHURCH The subject for the Sunday morning discourse at the Community church will he "Every knee shall bow—and every tongue shall confess—to the Glory of God. Evening subject: "That Boy Prob lem—what can we do?" A construc tive lecture. Every mother or father of boys should be there. Of course If you don't care whether the boys are more than hoodlums, it makes no difference; but if you care, be sure to come and help us plan for the boys and girls. Sunday school at 9:45. The church of the glad hand. J. G. Garrick, Pastoi of to of or »» APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH In the M. E. church. Preaching service every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock In lower Twin Lake school house. Evening service here as usual at 8 o'clock. We welcome you to worship with us. M. H. Schweitzer, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH August—Mass 1st Sunday at 11 a. in. at Rathdrum; Mass 1st Sunday at 9 a. m, at Post Falls. Mass on 3rd Sunday at 9:00 at Rathdrum; Mass ou 3rd Sunday at 11:00 at Post Falls. Fr. Hines,Pastor. a Stoutenburg Dead. ' Hiram M. Stoutenburg, a well known citizen of Rathdrum for more than fifteen years, passed - J Peacefully Wednesday afternoon at , his home where he had been living in retirement. Altbo ablé to be about bis home and down town almost dally until the last, he had been in I feeble health since a severe illness last winter, widow, a son. and a daughter, all of Rathdrum. Funeral arrangements had not been announced when these forms closed away He is survived by his W. H. Stoutenburg, Mrs. L. E Tucker, That the Star theatre in Rathdrum is showing the biggest movie produc tions has been proved photo-play, ••'Her Man, - ' Uathdrum August 9, is the big feature at the Clennuer, Spokane's greatest theater, all this Rathdrum movie patrons do not have to go go elsewnere to see the big pro ductions. again. The shown in week. Many a young mau looks upon a dollar saved as a good time lost. To Improve Vom Digestion. "For years my digestion was so poor that I could only eat the lightest foods. 1 tried everything that 1 heard of to get relief, lut not until about a year ago when I saw Cham berluin's Tablets advertised and got a bottle of them did I find the right treatment. Since taking them my digestion Is fine."— Mas. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pa. • AUTO INTERURBAN CO. Phone Main 4096 Post and Trent SPOKANE Leaves Spokane for Rathdrum dally 4:30 p. m. Leaves Rathdrum for Spokane daily, except Monday, 8:30 a. ui. Sunday leaves Rathdrum for Spokane 8:30 a. m. and 8:20 p. m. All kind* of baggage and expreii handled. state of Ohio. City of Toledo, Luca* County, u. Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he le senior partner of the firm Of F. J. Cheney 4k Co., doing business tn the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENET. 8worn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D 1886. A. W. GLEASON. | (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken ln- I ternally and acts through the Blood on j the Mucous Surfaces of the System. 8end : for testimonials, free. F J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. j Sold by all druggists. 75c. Hall s Family Pills for constipation. y t'S A LUCKY STRIKE cigarette Mfc A' > sa \ if \ £fi m L*. 'HM w It's toasted to in crease the good, wholesome flavor of the Kentucky Burley tobacco. A regular man's smoke and deli cious! V fo\ à \\h:M ■ .Sti m \ \ s V. 1 X V. K © H Guaranteed try c/3 IN C Q I ; $50 REWARD—For return of one dark brown 1400 and H 00 lbs., white spot in face ! and one white hind foot. Return to Welch's ranch, Rathdrum, Idaho —j Chris Larsen, foreman. mare, weighing between 10 13 i Star Theater SATURDAY, Aug. 23 A Big Metro Special GREATEST. PICTURE A FROM Henry Kitchell Webster's Popular Novel, THE t; o site Where romance goes hand in hand with honor and valor A story of honor and an honorable A romance of the —, By Henry Kitchell Webster iA •Screen Classics heproduction made for M R T R O man. tropics— a story of adventure and pirate gold, courage wins against overwhelming odds. A Play with a purpose a slar of compelling f oree A of an earthly Paradise. A graphic story of startling adventure Where determination overcomes all obstacles and happi Where dauntless will he TO t i ness en sues. Sum" mg vast tropical beauty and raging hurricanes. A dramatic story of honor and love Where success is snatched from the grip of disaster. A dramat'^ T'* of ha / dshi P. determination and success. A dramatic showtng of resistless determination. A dramatic RATHDRUM Also Lots of f COMEDY = example of dominant manhood. Where unscrupulous p. . , m en are foiled by honor, ictunng glowing gardens of tropic bloom. Admission 15 and 30c. Tlie liest Plaster. A piece of flannel dampened Chamberlain's Liniment and hound ; on over the seat of pain is often more lame back than a nut cost anything adv A ! with effectual for a planter and doc s like as much. i Never be ashamed to show your respect for honesty in whatever guise it may appear. Even a plate of hash looks got d when you are hungry.