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. Cough? and colds are weakening. <le! rid of them as quickly as you can. Catarrh in any form raps the vitality. Fight it arid tight it hard. There is a remedy to help you do it —a medicine of forty-seven years' established mefit. Try it. PE-RU-NA For Catarrh and Catarrhal Conditions It purifies the blood, regulates the digestion, aids elimination, tones up the nerve centers and carries health to all the mucous linings. For tho relief of those pains In stomach and bowels, belching, sour stomach, rheumatism, pains in the back, sides and loins, FE-KC-NA is recommended. TE-RU-NA restores to healthy action the X vital organs which 9 tire so Intimately re ft lated to the strength [1 and vigor of the na il tion. I I Ml There are fourteen ounces of health giv ing punch and pep In every bottle. PE RU - NA is a good medicine to have in the house, ready-to take for emergencies. It is a good remedy to use any time. F-' : U ft TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLO EVERYWHERE X wm c* kiv /J *. r. » l. if y\ BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD. (The Idaho Statesman) Marshal Foch and the British chief of staff last week made a plan for a campaign against the Turkish national ists. Under the plan, France and England will supply staff officers, but Greek troops are to be used to do the dirty work. The Greeks are to tell the Terrible Turk, on behalf" of England and France, that England and France are to be permitted to keep their Asia Minor territory, formerly Turkish. Newspaper comments on the act have been caustic. * Editors see, in the arrange ment the spectacle of England and France holding the hat and coat of Greece while Greece does the work. But the real point of the whole story is this: If the league of nations, or the Armenian mandate, had been approved in the United States senate, thq, hat and coat might have belonged to Uncle Sam. Instead of the Greeks, who, after all, expect to profit directly through their part in American youths might be ordered tö ; I the campaign, What Do YOU Want to Know About the Far West? There is no rrrorn dependable, unbiased,frank and infer««*, ing source of information than u Sunset Tho Wm ?• Cmat National Jfag mmino ii * No clufi—ju.t tQcloM stamp (or reply ll Order from Your Newsdealer TODAY i U IJ»< not UnJU SUNSET. ! \ -à Addrmëê SUNSET MAGAZINE Dept. 60 4 46ö-4th St., San Francisco, Cal. ■ SUNSET tor ormr twenty ««ara Res been the recognised exponent of the West. It is distinctly a magasine for the home-the whole family—end it brings the Far Wnl "• Pacific Slope to your door# march upon Mustapha Kumal Pasha's army. One may well say, with the editor of the Chicago Tribune: "There, but for the grace of God, go we." Rathdrum Twenty Years Ago.! (Item« taken from Silver Iliade flies) July 14. 1900 Frank O. Ilill, J. W. Peters, Wm. Rogers and Sam U'Dounell left for Seneaquoteeo this week to work in a sawmill. Miss Laura Reiniger is teaching a summer school at Athol. Ben Collis and M. Purtngton left on Monday to visit their old home at Woodlake, Minn. Misses Grace and Pearl Cook visited friends at Ilanisou and the Coeur d Alenes. The first brick for the new Catholic church were delivered this week. The b'rick were made by Richard Tauten bahn. HOW WOULD IT DO To liven up. To push things. To boom your town. To advertise your business. To trade at home this year. To renew your subscription. To speak kindly of all. evil of none. To wear a smile instead of a frown. To take advice as freely as you give it. To get good yourself and do good to others. To stand by your town and all Its interests. To school your sons and daughters In our schools. To give every loyal enterprise your help and encouragment. To speak your appreciative words while your friends can hear them. To send this paper to your friends I that vou wish to kindly remember. To show your interest for your town by speaking well of it, standing by it and Hying by It. —Exchange California Burglars' Original Methods. Burglars attempted to open the safe Western Mechanical company. Falling to dislodge the safe doors after burning off the hinges, they ; broke Into the company's garage, took out a truck, hoisted the safe through a skylight with the company's tackle, hauled It to a canyon and rifled It of $1,500 cash and Liberty bonds.—Los Angeles Times. of the Th* Right Man. "They sty Miss Hlghatrung Is going to marry an army officer." "Well, I should think that a man who makes a business <*f war might he able to get along with her."—Bos ton Evening Transcript. Used Constantly. Yeast—Don't you think your wife 1ms got a wonderful voice? Crimsonbeak—Yes. It's wonderful It hasn't given out before this.— I Yonkers Statesman. :=0 NO PROGRESS FOR HIM. "Don't want a 'allroad through hero." 1 Yon dont?" Ini satisfied with Take "No, airee. the way things are now. old railroad somewhere your else. But this will improve the It is value of your property. progress. "That may all be, hut I'd just not have progress build railroad near my farm. It s hard enough to get. work out of the hired help now. without hav ing them stop and rest and look every time a train goes by." an soon a O - Antics of a Golf Ball. The log cabin in the woods near the tenth fairway on the championship golf course at PinehUrst, empty. Ma). A. Elliott Ranney of the Greenwich Country club, hooked his drive in the general direction of the His mighty second shot Into N. C„ is cabin. the open door caromed off one wall after another, scared the pickaninnies Into a fit, rattled around the room like a die« in a gigantic dice box, bounced off the woolly cranium of the head ,<>f the family, without hurting the hall in the least, knocked two dishes off the table and made its exit through the back door. Rnnne.v reached the green easily on his next shot. Next day the family moved out. No Mercy for Bachelors. A new terror has been added to the life of the Montreal bachelor. Not merely - is he liable for $10 tax, which has already brought in the sum of $117,498, hut If he tries to escape pay ment the girls will make sure that he shall not. About 50 complaints have already been received at the city hall that "such and such a man" was un married, and asking that he be made to pay. All women are given credit for desiring to have the law observed. —Toronto Globe. Looking Ahead. The Lover—I must get my fiance a birthday present. Wliat would you sug gest? The Cynic—Oh, a stickpin or a ciga rette case—^-something you can use I when she breaks off with you and sends It back. Summer Complaint In Children. There is not anything like so many deaths from this disease now as before Chamberlain's Colic and Diarr hoea Remedy came into such general use. When this remedy Is given with castor oil as directed and proper care is taken as to diet, it is safe to say that fully ninety-nine out of every hundred cases recover. Mr. W. G. Campbell of Ilutler, Tenn.. save, have used Chamberlain's Colic aud Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com plaint In children. It is far ahead of unything I have ever used for this purpose. "I — adv J Good News For Women Only women who have suffered the pain and agony that female disorders and monthly periods frequently cause can ever realize the suffering and torture many women are forced to endure. If this condition is not re lieved ruined health and misery may result. Rut thousands have found relief and benefit from the use of Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pills Here's a case : "I suffered from excessive monthly pains for years. A friend advised me to try Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, box relieved, pain and do all my house work." Miss Nellie A. Jones, Jcanerette, La. No harm or unpleasant effects from use—free from Opiates or Narcotics, Money back if first pack age fails to relieve. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS First Now I suffer no i THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE Rathdrum,Idaho, July 9, 1920 V i T MODEST. "May I kiss you?" "Not much." "Well, I only wanted one or two.' Apple Long Preserved. Miss Marian B. Emery of Franklin, N. H„ has a sweet apple seventy years old, which was given to her ten years ago by Miss Elizabeth Marstin, who had tt In her possession for sixty The apple is, filled with cloves years. and except for its dark color, looks like a much "younger" apple. Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved. "About two years ago when suffer ing from a severe attack of summer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it relieved me almost instantly," writes Mrs. Henry Jewett, Clark Mills, N.Y* This is an excellent remedy for colic and diarrhoea aud should be kept at hand by every family. Butter wrappers printed at The Tribune office, 500 for $2 50; 1000 for $4.00. Smaller quantities at reasona ble prices.—adv. Advertise In This Paper ANNUAL ESTIMATE. Of Expenditnrei of the Village of Bathdrnm for the fiscal year beginning the firat Tues day in May. 1920. Public Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Rath drum, Kootenai County, Idaho, will nass the annual appropriation bill of the Village of Kalhdrum, Idaho, for the fiscal your beginning on the first Tuesday of May. 1920, at a regular, meeting of said Board of Trus tees to be held on the 13th day of July, 1020. at 8 o'clock p. m. of said day. The estimate of the Hoard of Trustees of the probable amount of money necessary for all purpose to be raised by the Village of Rathdrum, Idaho, for the fiscal year of 1920, and a statement of the entire revenue of the said Village for the previous fiscal year, are as follows: as G. of ANNUAL ESTIMATE. .Sinking Fund. For redemption of water works bonds *1000.00 Interest. For one year's interest on water works bonds. *1290.00 General Fund. Fire, light and water. Salaries of village officials .. Current expenses. Public improvements. Public library. Public park . . Total. »I3C0.U0 261.59 1500.00 1000.00 .. isCOO.OO 150 .00 *6761.50 The entire revenue of the Village of Bath drum. for tiie previous fiscal year, *4870.63. as follows: From Couuty Treasurer Licenses, fines, etc. Water rent. State of Idaho. i County of Kootenai, ' Village of Rathdrum. ) i, J R. M. Culp, village clerk of Rath druui, Idaho, do hereby certify that the fore going Is an estimate prepared bv tiie chair man and board of trustees of Rathdrum. on the 8th day of Juno, 1920, of the probable amount necessary to lie raised for all pur poses by said village during the «seal year commencing the first Tuesday of May 1920. including sinking fund, interest, lire, light and water, salaries or village officiais, cur rent expenses. public improvements, public library and public park, together with statement of the entire revenue for the fiscal year 1919 of said village. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my baud and affixed tho corporate seal of said village this 8th day of June, lm (SEAL] J. R. M. CULP, Village Clerk. 4t—June, II, 18, 25, July 2. "I was «609.63 24.00 17.00 -ss. J "There's Good Reason for Joy says the Good Judge ft > In the Real To bacco Chew. You » get satisfaction. A little of this class of tobacco lasts so much longer than the old kind. And you don't need a fresh chew nearly as r'ften—so it costs you less. Any man who uses the Reel 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 A) r / » j TIME ÇARD --RATHDRUM » _ EAKTBOITNI» No. 306 Kootenai Local PassiTngeT No. 42 Burlington Train 8 No. 4 Twin City Express Pm V"'" mas a m WESTBOUND No. 1 North Coast Limited No. 305 Spokane Local P No. 41 Burlington Pacific E 5: P tu assenger 9:1? 5:ft a in P u No. 3 xpress 6:58 am C. E GILLESPIE. _ h Agent, Rathdrum. Idaho Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway. Southbound: No. 118. 5:59 p.m. Northbound: No - 117> 8:41 a. m, ^ MART, Agent. RATHDRUM. IDAHO. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Governor Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Auditor D. W. Davis C. C. Moore R. 0. Jones Roy L. Black B- G Gallet Supt, of Public Instruction,Ethel E.Redfield John W. Eagleson Robert N. Bell State Treasurer* State Mine Inspector Supreme Court Wm. Morgan, Congressional Congressmen—Burton L. French, Addison T. Smith. Alf Budge, John C, Bice U. $. Senators—William E. Borah, John P. Nugent. Judge of District Court State Senator Members of House of Representatives— M. A. Iviger, C. A. McDonald, Chas. Johnson R. N. Dunn Ralph S. Nelson of of of COUNTY OFFICERS KOOTENAI COUNTY County Clerk, Auditor and Recorder— Chas. O. Sowder Bert A. Reed' 8. H. Smith, W. A. Thomas M. G. Whitney It. C. Egbers T. L. Quarles N. Coventry J. M. Finney County Commissioners.—1st. District. Hans Johnson ; 3rd District. F. A. Morris County Attorney County Assessor County Treasurer Probate Judge, County Supt. of Schools Sheriff County Surveyor Coroner. 2nd District. J. W. McCrea; STOP U/lper? You (Jo to Spolie AT THE ARLIN6T0N HOTEL New Building. New Furniture, Sleaui heat, Electric Light, «er ROOMS 75c and up Opposite N. P. Depot. SPOKANE. .00 [lot and Cola Bathe of WASH. 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