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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
F. WENZ, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
t
ÄATHDRCM,
IDAHO
MILES F. EG-BERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
- ROTART public
Office ln Rathdrum State Bank Building
KATHDKCM - IDAHO
H r At fplrit Lake Every Friday.
DENTISTRY
In all Its latest brauche* by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
EXAMINATION FREE
RATHDRUM
IDAHO
D. D. DRENNAN
P^ysieiar? ai?d Sur^eor?
Special attention given to Disease* of
Women and Children.
COEUR D'ALENE.
IDAHO
0. W. STONE
UNDERTAKER
-LICENSED embalm er -
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
è* 1 Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist.
Treats diseases of all domestic
animals,
Rathdrum, Idaho.
Dray Line
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Offloe with Independent Feed Store.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF
Robert Bridges Is poet-laureate of
Eoglaud.
Fire destroyed a large warehouse of
stored rood at Butte, Mont., Monday
morning. The loss Is $100,000.
Japan has declined to send troops
t<> aid Kolchak in his war against the
Bolsbeyiki.
President Wilson has again vetoed
a bill to abolish the daylight saving
regulation.
The U. S. army surplus food stock
being sold to the public is valued at
about $120,000,000.
All Europe is threatened with a
serious coal famine the
wioter.
The U. S. sugar equalization board
Is selling 56,000,000
surplus sugar at 8 79 cents per pound,
which is the cost price.
!
coming
pounds of
Increased production is England's
only hope for decreased living costs,
in the opinion of Britain's food con- '!
troller, G. II. Roberts.
A Jury Aug. 14 awarded Henry
Ford six cents damages against tbe
Chicago Tribune for calling hiui
anarchist. Ford had sued for $1,000,
000.
an
i
profiteers has
Investigation of
already brought food prices down io J
U
Here's a F riendly Tip
says the Good Judge
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Men who know tobacco,
chew the best without its
costing them any more.
They take a little chew and
it's amazing how tbe good
taste stays in a rich, high
grade chewing tobacco.
<or lasting tobacco satis
faction, there's nothing
like a small chew of that
rich-tasting tobacco.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
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many (arts of the United States
L'atherand wool pricts h ive also I
fallen. !
i
Frank A Vanderlip, American j
financier say« some of the causes of
the high cost of living are the tend
ency of both labor and tapit al to
prodteer, reduction in production and
Europe'« big purchases. He declares
no one cause caD be assigned.
Advocates of socialism are said to
be using the present situation to try
to secure hasty legislation which
would deprive American citizens of
tbe right of private ownership ol
property and the opportunity fur
individual initiative and development
of industry.
Genoa longshoremen recently con
verted themselves in 24 hours from
striking workmen to employers of
labor. They obtained a day wage
rate of $6 50 and the following day
hired other men for their jobs at $2 a
day, thereafter living easy lives on
the remaining $4 50.
Petroleum exports from the United
States to date exceed $4,000,000,000,
or more than the gold mined In
America since its discovery, says a
recent article. Tbe annual product
ion of nil is now eight times in value
the production of gold, and it equals,
if indeed it does not exceed, the
annual output of all of the minerals
as weil as all other precious metals
and gems comb;ned. There aie over
300 by products made from crude oil.
They include benzine, gasoline, nap
tha, kerosene,fuel and lubricating oil,
parartin, asphalt products,axle grease,
coal tar and soaps.
j
!
o
Thomas F. Millard.
American
writer with 20 years experience with
far eastern politics, told the senate
fureign relations committee Monday
that Japan does not "care a soap of
her Ungers for moral force" and that
she would never get out of Shantung
without a war into which the United
States wou'd he drawn. He said he
believed, however, that the peace
treaty need not lie changed, as the
-enatecould overcome the Shantung
feature by a covenant in connection
with the special defensive treaty with
France, which would hind Fiance
and Great Britain to stand by the
United States.
Three federal market inspectors
who will inspect hay, potatoes and
fruit, have been sent into Idaho by
the United States department of
agriculture. Hay, fruit and potatoes
must be inspected and graded before
the state will classify them when
made ready for markets. Standards
adopted by the fédérai government
have been generally accepted by tbe
state.
A Rllloai Attack
'! Uf
When you have a bilious attack
liver fails to perform its
functions., Vou become constipated
The food you eat ferments In your
stomach instead of digesting. This
inflames the stomach and causes
nausea, vomiting and a terrible head
ache. Take three of Chamberlain's
Tablets. They will tone up your
liver, clean out your stomach and you
will soon lie as well
only cost a quarter.
as ever They
ad v.
1
Livestock Interests and hay grower»
valley mi t 1
I of the upper Snake river
! io Joint convention at Idaho Falls to
on the !
I
:
i try to reach an agreement
The convention was
John Hart of
fixed a j
j
j price of alfalfa.
! presided over by
Jefferson couDty. Hay men
standard of $20 for 2000 pouods in !
the field. Cattle interests claimed
they could nut pay.the price and will .
ship tfiousands of bead of cattle and j
sheep out of tbe country. Speculators
have bought a big tonnage of hay at
Résolu - j
low price and are holding.
tioDS were passed bv hav growers,
condemning speculator« and request
ing tbe state to make au investiga
tion.
Hog demonstration work conducted
in Jerome county, under direction of
William Kerr, swine specialist of tbe
extention division, shows that the
cost cf production of pork on differ
ent farms ranges from 6J to 13J cents
a pound. The 64 cent cost 1« report
ed by a grower who uses alfalfa
pasture, plenty of good water, shade,
and grain at the rate of two pounds
to every 100 pounds of hog.
Care for Dysentery
"While 1 was in Ashland. Kansas,
a gentleman overheard me speaking
of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy," writes William Whitelaw,
of Des Moines, Iowa. "He told me
in detail of what it had done for his
family, but more e-peciaily his
daughter who was lying at the point
of death with a violent attack of
dysentery, and had been given up by
the family physician. S >me of his
neighbors advised him to give Charn
I
berlain's Colic aod Diarrhoea Remedy !
which he did, and fully believes that
by doing so saved the life of his child
'
He staled that he had also used this !
;
gratify- I
remedy himself with equally
ing results "
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NOTICE
that the
Notice is hereby given
al election for trustees of Inde
annu
pendent School District No. 2, Koote
nai County, Idaho, will tic held on
Tuesday, Sept 2, 1919, between the
hour« of 1 and 7 P. M., at the Domes
tic Science Room in the High School
That there
building,in said district
are two trustees to he elected for a
term of 3 years, to fill the expired
terms of trustees Roscoe Satehwell
and C F. Latbrop. For this election
voters must have the same qualifica
tions as prescribed for the general
elections of the State of Idaho.
Dated August 12, 1919.
MILES F. EGBERS
Clerk Independent School District
No. 2, Kootenai County Idaho.
3t Aug. 15.22,29.
Claim Of Lien And Notice Of Sale
.1. J. Rlppeteau. Claimant, vs.
I John Doc. (whose true name Is on known land
Richard Roe, (whose true name is unknown].
Owners, and Reputed Owners.—Claim
! *' len and Notice of Sale.
To Whom it May Concern:
of
That on the 2nd day of August, 191S, J .1.
Rlppeteau at the special instance and
' request of John I)oe and Richard Roe, whose
! true names are unknown, took possession of
articu
; one certain automobile hereinafter p
I larly described, and agreed with said
owners
I to render service for them in protecting,
care and safe keeping of said automobile for
itpproxinialtUy two months, and said
an reed to pay therefor the reasou-hi«
mollis: whiji' for such service. Said
took place In Kootenai Countv, Idaho n * eilt
Tbiit said property Is described
owners
118 folIohiQi
One 1910 live passenger Ford Tonrt.,,, n
CarLiceusnNo.10.8U Alta.
! That life names of owner or renu,^
owners are unknown to clattn&nr an a
foie designated as John Doe and Sir*:
Une. Kienard
; That claimant took possession of sale a ,,
; on August 2nü, 1918, and has since that fi 10
-had lawful possession of same, and it L «
: located on ranch of claimant at lti™ *
Station. Kootenai County, Idaho. Ka, " M 'y
That Sixty and No-100 (* 6 o i Tlnii.. ,
I reasonable value of services of claimant*»*
■ protecting, keeping and caring foî
property.
That claimant has in every respect
complied with,his agreement with
reputed owners.
Nut)
fully
owners or
That this lien is claimed and made U nd„.
provisions of section 3440 Rev. Codes of
That sixty days have expired since rerun
tion of said services and since completion , »
payment of said sum 0 r any
been made to claimant. y
Notice Is hereby given that 1 win 8e o
public auction tbe above described nrono.u,
to the highest bidder for cash,
Boxes on public Highway, at Ksnni,
Station, ö miles North of Rathdrum in
Kootenai County, Idaho, at the hour of in
o'clock A. M , on the 25th day of Amni.V
1919. and that the proceeds of sale will h«
applied to the discharge of my Hen for
services.and costs of sale.and the remainder
If any. will be paid over to owners.
Dated August 4th, 1919.
contract, and no
part thereof has
J. J. RIl'PETEAU, Claimant,
State of Idaho ,
County of Kootenai {
On this 6 th day of August. 1919, personall»
appeared before me, Miles E. Egbers. Notar»
Public, for the State of Idaho, J.j Rinne
teau, known to me to be the person whose
name is subscribed to the foregoing Lien aiid
Notice, and acknoweldged to me that he had
read the same, knew the contents thereof,
and that the facts and allegations therein
contained were true and correct, and that
he signed and executed the same as and for
a lion fur services tendered as therein
forth.
set
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my seal this 6 th dav of
August. 1919. 3
Miles F. Egbers.
Notary Public residing at
Rathdrum, Idaho.
SEAL
Pub. Aug. 8 , 15, 22. 1919.
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Hot and Cola Baths
Electric Light,
JHjyROOMS 50c and up
Opposite N. P. Depot.
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WASH.

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