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k EVANS SUPPLY CO Everything Everything FOR Women FOR Men -=RATHDRUM, IDAHOsä - _ ^ ^ EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR - See Our Complete Line oî NEMO and YVETTE Corsets — NOW IS THE TIME FOR A NEW ONE We have a model for every figure—for the slender and stout. A splendid line of Fine Corsets, designed for young girls Our Saleslady will be glad to give you Advice and Assistance in Selecting the Proper Styles, at Proper 1 rices it iix it t x t t See our Splendid assortment of Crochet Threads. Spring and Summer suggest dainty yokes and lingerie linens. OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT is Complete. We have every little convenience for the Home Dress Maker. X t Special Showing of Men's Spring and Summer Hats McKibben hats are best. They withstand the wear and tear of long usage SATURDAY GROCERY SPECIALS 55c "99" Coffee, 45c. It j t m Bran & Sliorls $1.75 Cash 35c Golden Rod Washing Powder ♦ 25c Can Talcum Powder, 15c. - i tr.ntTX EZESZ3E3 gsC " srr '* ; * !4! 3E THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE KSTABUOHKI) 1895 CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. R. M. CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. ■ •f TERMS: (111 TSAR. IT PAID IK ADVAKOK (|ix Months. (tMOLl OOPIKB. To all eubscribers outside of the United tates » 1.60 per year. _ _ ....» 1.00 .50 .5 "Entered April 28.1903. at Kathdrum, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 8,18TB, THE SCHOOL COLUMN. FKOM THE BCIfOOL •\ I School Notes. Six-weeks tests are being given in the high school for the Period ending Exemptions from the tests are being given to those who have done 90 per cent work or better in their daily work in subject. re exempt from all tests. These are: $rma Monaco Addie Martin Stella Thompson Cecil Balkow Sarah Wenz Exemptions in Individual subjects are the following: Geometry—Pearl Aldrich, Martin, Erma Monaco, Louis Satch well, Stella Thompson, Sarah Wenz, Martha Wlckerlsheimer, Mildred Ep April 9th. Individual Five pupils, accordingly, Addie in. Cecil Sheila Latin I.—Doris Aldrich, Violet Duvall, Balkow, Sanders. Latio II.—Addie Martin, Erma Linda McCoid, Stella ionacp, Thompson, Sarah Wenz. Economics,— Myrtle Er osherger, ilhda McCoid. Stewart Skinner. Spanish—Laura Lathrop. French—Erma Monaco, Addie Mar „fin. Chemistry—Myrtle Ernsberger. Home Economics, Soph. — Srma Monaco, Stella Tbompssjn, Addie Martin, Hazel Lansing. Jlollis Ilat ten berg. English I.—Cecil Balkow. English II.—Erma Monaco, Addie MartlD, Sarah Wenz. Stella Thompson prances White. English 3 and 4—Linda McCoid, Hazel McCheyne. H OL STEIN IGH-CLASS IAWATHA fJME OF 'H I ! i i I DAIRY PRODUCTS WE BUY MILK AND CREAM AND GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL We pay daily for all cream shipments— J Tuiice Monthly for rnilK. OLCTE 1 N DAIRY CO. PAéir,CAVt t till H SPOKANE,WASH. __ I Algebra—Cecil Balkow, Violet > Duvall. Spelling I.—Cecil Balkow, Elleo j Runyon, Beatrice, McCheyne. Spelling II.—Hazel Lansing, Mar tina Biemood, Mildred Eplin, Addie Martin, Erma Monaco, Vera Runyon, Stella Thompson, Sarah Wenz, Frances White, Corene Wright. Spelling 3 and 4—Hazel McCheyne, Agnes McDonald, Lois Thomas, Myrtle Ernsberger, Linda McCoid. Ancient History—Cecil Balkow, Sarah Wenz, Louis Satchwell, Hazel Lansing, Mildred Eplin. I Arbor and Bird Day programs are being prepared in both Buildings. April 23rd is the day set aside by the County Superintendent to he thus observed. The April state examinations are tieing conducted for Ratbdruui and neighborhood by Miss Sauer this week. There are a number of 7th and 8th Grade pupils from surround ing Districts who are here taking them. The 6th Grade entertained the 7lh Grade after school Tuesday night, at which, also, Misses Berry, Steele and Sauer were honor guests. A dainty lunch was served and a splendid time was reported. Bound and Gagged. it << This big Patbe serial is a genuine thriller in ten episodes—ten onlv. We selected this splendid chapter picture because we found it was made up of everything to be desired—romance, comedy— stunts galore and thrills which will make the audience gasp. Geo. B. Seitz, the hero, is the young est and one of the most famous directors, writers, producers and actors in the movie world today. W ■ hope that our patrons will welcome these good friends with enthusiasm. We will also offer a complete feature play each week in connection with every episode of "Bound and G agged. STA R TH EAT EU REAL ESTATE For Bargains in Farm Lands and Town property in Ratbdrum and Vicinity, write to Ernest Reiniger, Rathdrum, Idaho «T > j STOP UJI?ei) /ou Go to SpoKarçe AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL I New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat Electric Light, J®*ROOMS 75c and up Opposite N. P. Depot. SPOKANE, Hot and Cola Baths WASH. Church Announcements Methodist Episcopal Church —Morning Services— Sunday School 9:45 a. m. • Morning worship 11 a. m., Communion service. —Evening Services— Evening subject: "Christ's Message of Consolation." Epwortb League 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday even ing at 7.30. i G. E. James, Pastor. LUTHERAN Preaching at Boekel schoolhousc, next Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Instruct ion for the children Saturday at 10 a m. Preaching at Rimrock schoolhous e Sunday at 3 p. m. A. O. Swinehabt,P astor. CATHOLIC CHURCn April: Mass 1st Sunday at 11 a. in. at Ratbdrum; Mass 1st Sunday at 9 a. iu, 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. ■ How Diphtheria is Contracted. One often hears the expression, "My child caught a severe cold which developed into diphtheria," when the tiuth was that the cold had simply left the little one particularly suscep tible to the wondering • diphtheria germ. If your child has a cold when diphtheria is prevalent you should take him out of school and keep him off the street until fully recovered, as there is a hundred times'more danger of his taking diphtheria when he has a cold. When Chamberlain's Cough I Remedy is given it quickly cures the cold and lessens the daoger of diph theria ot any other germ disease being contracted. Dance Saturday night, April 10, at Apple Packing House, Hayden Lake. Everybody welcome.—adv. There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years It wna sup posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu I tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi ! cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & i Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars re i ward is offered for any ease that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for I circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. » / ~\ i ÆJ \ iji r M 3 ,y\ Id iii m ijfy iMfl Ik; L\ & ml m. 9, Ml# I* A WORLD REBUILT By the Golden Rule not by the rule of Gold f I 'HIRTY denominations of the Church are uniting in a simultaneous campaign in the week of April 25th May 2nd. . They are uniting because the task before the Church is too great for any one denomination; because there must be no duplication of effort ; no waste. These churches know that the world needs many things; but it needs Faith most of all. They know that there can be no final solution of our economic problems that is not a spiritual solution, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and His Golden Rule. They have had the courage to survey the whole task, and to ask for a budget large enough to sustain, (l) the work abroad, (2) the work at home including the church's part in the huge task of Americanization, (3) the colleges and (4) hospitals supported by the Churches, (5) the reli gious training of the young, and to provide (6) a living wage for the Church's ministers. The budget is large in the aggregate; yet if each person who loves America would increase his contribution by only a few dollars the whole amount would be easily subscribed. • We face the task of rebuilding the world. Let the cornerstone be a strong and vital church in every American community ; and the measuring rod by which the builders build must be the Gelder. Rule. • t l a y&M United Financial Campaign April 25th ITW to Hit May 2nd Up ^INTERCHURCH Mt)iid Movement of dtàrth c America The publication of this advertisement is made posstblt by thi cooperation of thirty denominations.