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! Cannot Praise this Remedy too Highly THE WAY OHE LADY FEELS AFTER SUFFERING TWO YEARS Judging from her letter, the mis ery and wretchedness endured by Mrs. Charlie Taylor, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 144, Dillon, S. C., must have No one, after read ; j j j of j I been terrible, jpg her letter, can continue to doubt the great healing power of PE-RU-NA for troubles due to catarrh or catarrhal conditions in any part of the body. Her letter is an inspiration to every eick and suffering man anywhere. Here it is: "I suffered two years with catarrh of the head, stomach and bowels. Tried two of the best doctors, who gave me up. I then took PE-RU-NA and can truthfully say I am well. When I began to use PE-RU-NA, I weighed hundred pounds. My weight Is one hundred and fifty. I praise highly, for it was a Godsend to me. T got relief from the first half bottle and twelve bottles cured me. I advise all sufferers to take PE-RU-NA. As an emergency remedy in the home, there is nothing quite the equal of this reliable, time-tried medicine, PE-RU-NA. Thousands jdace their sole dependence on it for coughs, colds, stomach and bowel trouble, constipation, rheu matism, pains in the back, side and loins and to prevent the grip and Spanish Flu. To keep the blood pure and maintain bodily strength and robustness, take PE-RU-NA. You can buy PE-RU-NA any where in either tablet or liquid form. or woman cne now cannot PE-RU-NA too * ItWWWWV l WWWWVWVWWV I RUTH'S DRESS By JOSEPHINE MURPHY. Ruth was making her weeding dress ; a dainty gown of tine sheer white or gaudy and cobweb lace, Just such a dress as she had dreamed ot having ever since the day Alan White had put a little ring with three blue tur quoises on her slender brown finger. The dress stood for a great deal of extra economy, and a lot of self-sacri uce on the part of her father and mother. Ruth's heart beat with joy as she hemmed the little ruffles. Mrs. Mills, passing by, stopped und touched the dress gently. "Isn't It pretty?" she said, wistfully. "I'm real glad we made out to manage it. Your father thought at first tbut U wus foolish to spend money on a white dress when you needed so many other things. But 1 insisted. 1 remem bered when 1 wus married 1 wanted a white dress, too, but they all said It was such foolishness that 1 gave up the Idea und was married in my brown silk. But us 1 have ever since wanted one I was determined you should have yours." "Dear me I There's Miss Helen com ing ucross the field !" Irene, who hud entered u few min utes before, ran and opened the door for her, while Ruth hurriedly gathered ,up iter ruflles. "Mother, help me get ! these out of sight. Miss Helen mustn't see this dress. She's such un old gos s jp*> I Although the dress and ruffles were t, nfely tucked away before Helen came Ik», her sharp eyes did not fail to no itt s a piece of luce on the carpet and |g white thread clinging to Ruth's skirt, j She had a feeling something unusual ! was taking place, but said nothing about it, although she prolonged her 'visit, and talked until Ruth almost lost her patience. • . So Helen went home without having been taken Into Ruth's confidence Neither Miss Helen nor anyone else in Westwood was destined to see that I dress of Ruth's. t Ob the day that It was finished. I nci f sims&L :;v y . §p/ y /B £ Latest photograph of United States Senator Miles Poindexter who is a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for the Presidency. Ruth's heart heat fast with Joy. us she laid it carefully ou the bed In her room. who was Inclined to be ab sent-minded, entered the room shortly She lit the Irene, ; utter to curl her liuir. j lamp, gave u little "pouf" at the match and tossed it carelessly away, j other minute Ruth's dress luy a heap j of charred rags. j When Uutli came In and beheld the remains of the gown she had made I with such pride and delight a Hood of streamed down her pale cheeks. In an tears Kite would now have to wear lier dark blue silk, and it wouldn't seem like a wedding at ull! After tea Mrs. Mills went over to Miss Helen and poured out the dismal story. Tills young lady listened intent ly, and for once was not forward with comment. After Mrs. Mills bad left to go up town Miss Helen threw a shawl over lier shoulders and wended lier way across the meadow to the Mills' home stead. She found Ruth curled up on the sofa, her head hurled In a pillow. She sat down beside her; putting her arms around the little figure, she pressed it closely to her heart. "I've heard all about it, dear," she whispered, "and I'm so sorry. Don't cry any more. Come over to my house, I've something to show you." Ruth wiped away her iears, and soon they were both trip ping across the fields. Having reached Miss Helen's house, they went upstairs to the second floor, on which were four rooms. Pausing be fore the door of one, she turned to Ruth and said tremulously. "I've never taken anyone in here before. This was my room long ago, when l was a young I've never used It since—since i put girlhood behind tue forever." Opening the door, she went to a chintz-covered chest near the window, and opened it. A sweet, faiut spiciness floated up into the room as she lifted out a dress of white embroidered mus lin, ivory tinted, from Its long seclus ion. ed "Dearie, I want a Invaliere for Christmas." He answered her crossly: "Me have enough d furniture in this house tl0W > without having a Invu Here sitting around to fall over. Indi j "unpolis News. ! I "This, Ruth, was to have been my wedding dress," said Helen softly. "Long ago I was engaged to a young sea captain. When he left to go on bis last voyage I promised to marry him when he returned, but his ship was lost, with ail on board, during a ter rific storm. My youth and happiness died then. Now, Ruth, 1 want you to lake it to be married iu." "Oh, dear Miss Helen !" cried Ruth tenderly, "I couldn't; why, It would seem—" "Wait, dear," interrupted Helen, "I don't want you to think l.ain making any sacrifice in giving you this dress. I've always wanted to see it worn by a bride; that Is what it was made fir." "Thank you," said Ruth. "Oh, dear Miss Helen, thank you!" No bride could have looked sweeter and fairer than Ruth on her wedding day, and Miss Helen wept tears of Joy. (Copyright, 1918. McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) Green Thing. A young married couple In Martins ville were telling each other what they wanted for Christmas. The husband got through with his part all right. When the wife snuggled up close and said : TIME CARD—RATHDRUM Érp I KA8TBOITND No. ;toti Kootenai Local Passenger No. 4a Burlington Train No. 4 Twin City Express 7 :H0 a m 8:03 a m 11;U0 p m __ _ WESTBOUND No. t North Coast Limited . No. 305 Spokane Local Passenger No. 41 Burlington No. 3 Pacific Express t>:59 a m 12:85 p m 4:23 p m 8:20 p m All above trains stop nt Itathdrum. C. E. GILLESPIE. Agent, Rathdrum. Idaho Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Southbound: Northbound: No. 118, 5:5!) p. m. 8:41 a. m. /B ' No. 11 E. U. HAUT. Agent. RATHDRUM. IDAHO a -_ Chamberlain's Cough Remedy C'lresColds, Croup and Whooping Cough. ' to and ship r * * ft Wherever You See Thi* Sign <4 mmi was WONO> H u % r »7 rl Y OUR Telephone Service I* the Cheapest and most Satisfactory form of Communication^in^axia fftence,*whether yourjtain* to your Inrxt door*'neighbor or aero»» the • state? ted K. ing. Ha» ing are Auto Licenses Past Due. Boise, Idaho.—Idaho auto owners who operate their cars hereafter with out proper 1920 license plates attach Tbe dead ed are subject to arrest, line was passed at midnight Monday. R. O. Jones, commissioner of law enforcement, reminded all peace officers of the state Monday that the lid is oil. At the same time,he made public figures showing that the fixing of a deadline has had beneficial bis For instance— results. On March 15, 1919, there bad been issued 12,310 licenses; On March 15, 1920, there had been issued 24,290 licenses. Figures for the last day of the "closed season" showed 1487 license oribrs filled, a record number. Attempted German Revolution. The government of Frederich Eberf, the socialist president of the German republic, was overthrown in Berlin March 13 by a military coup d'etat led by Dr. Wolfgang Kapp, who assumed supreme direction of affairs, presumably in the interest of restor ing the monarchy. Ebert and his cabinet moved their seat of govern ment to Dresden, masses have since offered such opposi tion that General Von Luellwitz, head of the military, could not sup press the strikes, and on March 16 Kapp, unable to exercise authority, resigned "in favor of Ebert. The working »» Why CohtH Are Dangerous. You are often told to "beware of a cold," but why? We will tell you: Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious diseases. People who contract pneumonia first take cold. The longer a cold hangs on, the greater the danger, especially from the germ diseases, as a cold prepares the system for the reception and de v-lopnientof the germs of consump tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever and whooping cough. The quicker you get rid of your cold, the less the danger of contracting one of these diseases. Chamberlain's Coughllemedy has a great reputation as a cure for colds aod can be depended upon. It is pleasant to take. Save Your Eyes And save your time. If your eyes trouble you, if you suffer from hettdache.dlzzy spells or nervousness, come to the city and consult us about your eyes. Our doctor will make a careful examination, and we can Ht any ease, no matter how difficult, and make the proper glasses without delay. Let us duplicate your broken lenses. Just. sei, cl the pieces and we will do the •est. m m m m m m m Dr. I. M Eadabaugh. Mgr. 517 Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wn TRIBUNE,$1. Per Year County Farm Bureau. At the annual meeting of Kootenai Cœur d'Alene Monday, it was to join the Idaho state fartu bureau and endeavor to procure the member ship of every farmer in the county. It argued that farmers who are not receiving the the county farm bureau at voted If to was members benefits without helping in the work. The following were elected on Charles Wag • are now the executive committee: S. J. Klepfer, Mads Nielson, goner. Charles Barnum, William Cook, A. W Johnson, J. P. George Marker, Downing and 1. H. Morse. County Agent H. II. Beier submit ted bis annual report. Specialists who spoke were Prof. R. K. Bonnett, Miss Ada Ervin and Prof. C. C. Vincent, gave demonstrations In orchard prun ing. Prof. Vincent Had Stomach Trouble for Seven Years. Ha» of Fen more, Mich., ha9 had stomach trouble for seven years and could not eat vegeta bles nr fruit without pain in the stomach and restless nights. By tak ing Chamberlain's Tablets he is now able to eat vegetables or fruit without causing pain or sleeplessness, troubled with indigestion or consti pation give these tablets a trial. They are certain to prove beneficial. Theodore Sanford If adv Death claimed two of the oldest In* habitants of Spokane on the same day last week. Both were more than 100 years of age. One was Thomas Street, who would have been 101 ou bis next birthday, March 21, and the second centenarian was Samuel Merritt, who was 100 years old Jao. 18, when he entertamed a large num ber of his friends. GIVES WIFE GLYCERINE MIXTURE A retired merchant whose wife suffered for years from catarrh of the stomach finally gave her simple glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed in Adier-i-ka. ONE bottle produced great results. Because Adler i-ka acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel it removes all foul matter which poisoned stomach. Relieves ANY CASE sour stomach or gas on stomach. Often CURES constipation. Prevents appendicitis. Ratbdrum Pharmacy. adv V4 Butter wrappers printed at The Tribune office, 500 for $2.25; 1000 for $3 50. Smaller quantities at reasona ble prices.—adv. Call For Bids For Wood. Ratbdrum, Idaho, March 9, 1920 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned clerk of Independent School District No. 2, Ratbdrum, Idaho, will receive sealed bids for green cut seasoned, tamarack and red fir 4-foot wood in any quantities up to 50 cords, tobe delivered at the grounds of said district before Sept. 1, 1920; time of delivery to be stated in the bid. Said bids will be opened April 5, 1920. The hoard reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 4t M12 to A2 J. R. M. Culp, clerk You Can't Get Away from tt" 44 says the Good Judge A little of the Real Tobacco Chew gives more genuine satisfaction than the big chew of the old kind. Saves money, too—because this class of tobacco lasts much longer. The rich to bacco taste stays right with it. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco L-gtrTiPi THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE Rath drum, Idaho, Ma rdi 19,i9 2o FARMERS, WAKE UP. If you desire tu take to improve your ranch ur lift lime loan, don't fail a short to inquire Secy Tr >a8. Of Geo. W. Jones, National Farm Lo>m Athol. Ida., ltuuie 1; directors: Butler, V. Pres't; F. W. Bubti, Dupuis, all of Athol, Route j,' M. Dennis, Rathrlrum, Route 2 inquiries will be promptly —adv. frua. Like «'iai i tlfti or the follow^ U E. As«, 0 . 0 . aod S All answered, The Beat Laxative. "My sedentary habits hav fated the use of an live. I have tried many e necMsi. occasional hiit found nothing better than Cbamt, Tablets, main's ' writes George F. Daniels, Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is prietor of the Hardwick Inn, the model hotels of New England. pto on« U f Coming To Spokane. Dr. Mellenthin & Co. 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