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m m Made Me a Wei! Man msaar. wggwaw Mr. Louis Young, 1652 Suffered thirty Clifford St., Rochester, N. Y., writes: "Ï «tiffeied fof thirty years : gtcmaCn With ehronlo bowel trouble, »tom- j l»rh (rouble and knnorrlu*»» of »rouble and the bowel*. We bought a boitte of Pervino ; took it faithfully, and I i years v/ith hemorrhages of the bowels. and I began to feel better. i My wife persuaded me to con- j tinue, and 1 took it for some time as directed. Now I am a ! weil man. I ' Liquid or Tablet Form •* Conference Opens April 81 to 349 • Interchurch Team Comes to Cœur Alene. (Authorized Publicity Matter) (• ■5'.' Early lu April the Interchurch World Movement will hold it« conference in this county. Representatives are now being selected by the local Protestant Churches of denominations associated with the movement, and from present reports the attendance at the confer ence will number well Into the hun dreds. In addition to the représenta tives selected by the churches, the conference will be open to all church members and friendly citizens who wish to attend. The meeting place will be the county seat, and the attendance will be composed of the membership of the Protestant churches of the county. The conferences will last one day only. During that day will be present ed the whole program of the Inter church World Movement for promoting co-operation in missionary and general ehurch activities among the Protestant churches. Time will also be given to discussion of the local problems re vealed by the Interchurch Movement's survey of religious conditions through cut the United States. This county conference will be just oh of the 3400-odd to be held through out the United States on approximate- I as ly the same dates. Ne Sidestepping of Probleme. It will he, It Is said, a very excep tional county that does not hear some more or loss unpalatable truths con corniag unchurched areas, or wasteful eoaspoUtioa, or uaderpaid and ab sentee preachers. Not many counties, it is stated, ore able to show an aver age ministerial salary higher than the average for the whole United States, which Is 9487, while barely one-third of the entire Protestant population of the United States, according to esti mates made by the Interchurch survey, has an opportunity for regular church attendance. Besides a full consideration of local pï'oblema, the program at the county c^nfarence will present the outstand ing results of the world-wide survey of religious, social and economic condi tions made by the Interchurch Move ment, the material for which has been gathered from every corner of the earth. Special emphasis will also be leid on the place of prayer in Christian • lire, the Importance of assisting youny people In the right choice of their life work and the duty of laying aside a definite proportion of Income for re liglous purposes. Dan tern elides will he freely used to illustrate the various addresses. The conferaace will be managed by local committees, and the various top ics under discussion will be handled by a team of from five to eight men and womeu, recognized as church leader in, 1.1» county or state. This team. ii. addition to the local meetings, will bn responsible for conducting the confer ences in seven other counties. Big Educational Campaign Prepared This series of conferences repre sente only an Intermediate stage in a great campaign of Intensive education in practical Christianity preparatory to ths united appeal for missionary funda and workers which will be held by the „ . . ... . ProtMUnt denominations co operating 1* the Interohurch Movement between -si j w * n,. , . ! Aprt* « ana Max •• in© members Of the team that will addreas the county . . « . . , , conference were themselves trained as A "foeulty" of specialists In the various oopeota of the Movement at a series ot state and pastors' conferences. Sim- j Softy, those who attend the county ce will In turn form a "fsc-l tMf" hr Interpreting the message of I the Interehurch Movement to their lo eel cherchée. ' Thus It Is expseted that before April •4 the Meal of churoh co-operation ad wiS i f by the laterchurch World t, In place of church com ast the program of evsngel Mi I séBs» that goss with It, will be fa t* orory on. of the fifty million VMMtoiti la th. United Stales. The conference for Benewah and Kootenai counties will open at ttu Presbyterian church at Coeur d'Alene i' / April 8. The director of the financial cam paign in the county is Ashton of Pi si. Falls, and the county convenor, who will have charge of the county conference, is Rev. Lewellen of Coeur d'Alene, tlnancial campaign closes May IS. The purpose of the Intercburcb World movement thruout the United States is to raise $1,330,000,000. Of this amount, a total of $336,775,572 is to he pledged in 1920, and $175.448, 349 Is to he paid in 1920. The money • oe< lo 30 cooperating Protestant de rt'imjnations for u>e in church and mission work at home and abroad. Mr. T. E. J D. The I as • are certain to prove beneficial. _ EXTENSIVE SLIDE EQUIPMENT TO BE USED IN CONFERENCE Interchurch World officers having in charge the conference which will be Held in this county early in April de clare the local church workers excep tionally fortunate, as the stereoptlcon slides and other apparatus used in the State Pastors' Conference In Spokane have been left for use in the county conference. The slides in particular ave said to be exceptionally Interest ing, covering very completely the re sults of the world-wide survey made by the Interchurch World Movement. well as illustrating conditions throughout the United States. Slides to illustrate hymns which were used in the State Pastors' Con ference by the New York "team" also have been left for use of tho county conference. All in all, it is said that the equipment afforded for this cfcinty will equal that used at any of the state conferences. An experienced operator with hlghgrade lantern equip ment will accompany the team. ■Ihn Hail Stomach Trouble for Seveu Year«. Theodore Sanford Mich., has had stomach trouble for seven years and could not eat vegeta bles or fruit without pain in the stomach and restless nights. By tak mg Chamberlain's Tablets he is now alile to eat vegetables or fruit without causing pain or sleeplessness, troubled with indigestion or consti pation give these tablets a trial. They adv of Fen more, It Ship Your Cream to the fi 0. Je» > SAXUIMIINT, IDAHO MONK.ST WEIGHTS t'OICKKCT TEST I'RUMPT SETTLEMENTS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Hutter Fat. Sweet 73c. Sum 7 In THE NEW WEST MAGAZINE _ . ... rftü! 1 / Th îw W *!i r i _ . E«tabli»hed 1910 Por th. d.v.lupmMl «9 'Western industrie*, agriculture, mining, oil. and »>«1110 ««.ruction», or int.r«.» u> th. w«i»rn . ! investor, farmer and aighUeer. Printed on high ^ a dt? paper with copper half-tone illustrations. 1 > r - ** : *<*• s**»*«. J«*- " um * b, . » for Î6e. Send now. Th. N.w W—t Maga riïle , 1211 w»r<«r B« n v Bid*., s.it L»k. c iy. j thu n.w.pap«. I_____ I SPOKANE'S GREATEST Utah: 1004 Whi<* Bldg. Seattle, Wait..; TOO Woodward Ave., Detroit. Mich. Address near* eat office, or place your subscription tbrougk TAILOR and CLOTHIER l u If It Isn't All Right IH Bring It Back L..R.,Dolby Co. Spokane " HEIGHT BRINGS NO TERROR Airman Ha* a Farting of Exhilaration and HcalthfutnrM When -in the Clouds. if Some time ago I was walking in the country with a friend, when suddenly we heard a Boft hum high overhead, says a writer in a British information bureau bulletin. It. took us some time find the tiny black »peck, which looked no larger than » gnat, far away in the blue. "How awful it must be," my friend "to be at that ghastly And I smiled, ns I remem to muttered, height." bered having once- thought that my »elf. horror at As a fact one has no height. The higher one if-, the less real does the world beneath seem, the stable and safe Is the machine more In which one is comfortably sitting. Height, regorded from a housetop, may be unpleasant. From 10,000 feet it is delightful. The pure, «weet air at high altitudes stimulates, like wine, and the world beneath stretches awfty all round to the misty horizon, and looks like a gigantic sunlit mnp. I expected to feel giddy, if not airsick, when I first went up and was amazed at the feel ing of ateadlneaa and stability. One ha» no feeling of giddiness, once contact with the ground and station ary objects is broken, hut only a sen sation of singular health and happi ness, and on coming down after a series of smooth spirals there is an amazingly strong feeling of "wanting to go up" again and taste once more the sweet, fresh air and delightful thrillB of the new world. "But what a dreadful noise the en gine must make," I heard some one remark the other day. Apart from the fact that the ears are covered by a warm leather flying cap there is, on the contrary, some thing very soothing in the even note of the motor, and after being In the air for some time It is rather opt to make of one feel sleepy. The higher the altitude, the stronger the feeling of exhilaration seems to become, and the world is apt to seem dull end drab when one descends again to slow plodding over the earth. When a man is down his enemies stop kickipg him and his friend» begin. PROFESSIONAL CARDS p t WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, IDAHO RATHDRUM, MILES F. EGrBERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Rathdrum Slate Bunk Building RATHDRUM • IDAHO ftT At Spirit Lake Etery Friday. DENTISTRY In all Its latest brunches by DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, examination free HATHDRUM IDAHO 0. W. STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMBALMEB Rathdrum and Spirit Lake IST* Agent for Monuuiuutul work * Dr. 0. 6. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. * •SgrTreats diseases of all domestic animal», 1 KmtMrutH. Irtnhn. Dray Line S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co. Office wltli Independent Feed Store. RATHDRUM, IDAHO F » T R U T E S T « ► « » 1 brand TRACTOR - RNOINS AUTO - HARVESTER ► < > < » £ » > < » » « > 4 OILS » « > 4 KEROSENE > < Farmer» writ, for prices > ! ; True's Oil Co. 4 i 1 4 Spokane, VYnnh. « « 4 I «» »' « ■ ■» If to I I I A WhereverJ?o« Se«Thi* S»f a ft u ÜÜ VONG . Ö /STAS<^ yiEpno*' u rn P/ r\ £9mpa^ j i I Y OUR TelephonaServicel.lhe Ch.ap«»t'«nd imo*»t Satisfactory form^of l C<>miiiu«itcation^iii^#*it tei»cJJ'whatharY®»»*'^aIJ >f i, , t ® F our nrxt doorTniighbor or.across th. I -or •täte: Notice to Impound Dogs.. Notice is hereby given that after March 29th all dogs on which the 1920 license has not been paid, found the streets or alleys of the Vlllane of Rathdrum, Idaho, will be taken up and impounded, and a penalty ot 50c in addition to the license will be charged to redeem any dog so im pounded. The said penalty may be avoided by paying the prescribed license to the village clerk at bis office before March 29, 1920 on By order of the Board. J. R. M. Culp, Clerk. If you would be paid according to your own idea of your worth make yourself necessary. RATHDRUM PEOPLE PREVENT APPENDICITIS Many Rathdrum people are using simple glycerine.buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed In Adler i ka. This flushes BOTH upper and lower bowel so completely it removes all foul.accum ulated poisonf from alimentary canal and prevents appendicitis. Adler-i-ka relieves ANY CASE gas on stomach or sour stomach. Often CURES con stipation. In one case of chronic stomach troub'e ONE bottle produced Rathdrum V5 ad v wonderful Pharmacy. results. 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. Rathdrum, Idaho, March 9, 1920 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned clerk of Independent School District No. 2, 'Rathdrum, 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 board reserves the right reject any and all bids. 4t Ml2 to A2 to J. R. M. Culp, clerk Chamberlains Cough Remedy Cures Colds. Crouu and Whooping Cough. U It Perhaps You Don't Know says the Good Judge That nearly every wise to bacco chewer got over the big chew idea long ago. A little of the Real Tobacco Chew gives you more to bacco satisfaction and saves you money. Its rich taste lasts a long time. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. S\l » \ It _ J 4 '■~K j • Put Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine cut tobacco ' ■ n. t: l ; • H 0 7 B ro .j cl w j f . Nf. THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE Rathdru m,Idaho,March 2ti,iflo 0 FARMERS, WAKE If you desire to take a Ion* Uuie | oa J, to improve your ranch or lift time loan, don't Tail to inquire I Geo. W. Jones, Secy Treas. ^ikfe I National Farm Loan Ass„clat|„ n I Athol. Ida., Route 1; or thefollowl ' directors: Butler, V. Pres't; F. W. Buht», 0. Dupuis, all ot Athol, Route l. and jt M. Dennis, Rathdrum, Route 2 inquiries will be promptly —adv. frua. a short Of n E. 0, All answered. i . The Ben Laxative. "My sedentary habits have ,luted the use of j live. i nothing better than Chumberlai«', Tablets," writes George F, Daolel* Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels Ik prietor of the Hardwick Inn, the model hqtels of New England. nccPMl an occasional laxa. I have tried many hut found pru. one of Coming To Spokane. Or. Mellenthin S C«. SPECIALISTS DO NOT USE SURGERY Will be at SPOKANE HOTEL Thurs. and Fri. April 1 and 2. Office Hours, 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. TWO DAYS ONLY No Charge For Examination The doctor in charge is a graduate in medicine and surgery and is licens ed by the state of Washington. Ife visits professionally the more import ant towns and cities and offer* to all who call on this tiip consultation and examination free, except the expense of treatment when desired. so v According to his method of treaf ment he does not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall stone«, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or adenoids. He has to his credit many wonder ful results in diseases of the stomach, liver, bowels, blood, 9kln, nerve", heart, kidney, bladder, catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulçetà and rectal ailments. If you bave been ailing fur any length of time and do not net any better, do not fail to call, as improper measures rather than disease are very often the cause of your long standing trouble. for red up 5, Remember above date, that exami nation on this trip will be free aod that his treatment is different. Bostun Block, Address: Minneapolis, Minnesota. 3t Mar 12, 19, 26p 336 adv STOP U/I?ei} You (Jo to SpoKape AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL to New Building. New Furniture. Stem« beat Hot and Cola Bulba F.leotrlc Light. IgyROOMS 75c arid up Opposite N. P. Depot. 6POKANE. WASH.