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THE RATUDRUN TRIBUNE
ESTABLISHED JUNE 1, 1895 CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. E. M. CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OP EACH WEEK TERMS: OHE YEAR. IB PAID IN ADVANCE.11.50 Six Months... 8INOI.B COPIES To all subscribers outside of the United States $2.00 per year. TÎ .5 Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS AS^OCI .\T|CM "Entered April 28. 1903. at Rathdrum, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3,1879, , ADVERTISING KATES—Display space 15 cents per column Inch. Want ads, cards of thanks, resolutions of condolence, etc., 5 cents per lino. Notices of pay entertain ments. or events for profit fa r any purpose will be charged for at regular rates. One good feature of the gasoline tax is that tourists must pay as well as the resi dent of the state. Heretofore hundreds of thousands of motorcars, payingauto license in the home state, have trav ersed and helped to wear out the highways of other states without paying a cent toward the maintenance of such high ways. By vetoing two or three more non-essential appropria tion bills, Governor Moore has about succeeded in mak ing his estimated saving of $900,000, SCHOOL NOTES. Wc regret to announce that due financial conditions we are unable to publish a school annual this .year. However, we wish to thank the merchants and business men of the town who have assisted us in our efforts. The declamatory contest of the northern district of the panhandle was held at Fraternal hall Friday night. The Oratorical, Anna Groves, Sandpoint; Dramatic. Est her Toed ter. Post Falls; Humorous, Everett, Sanders, Rath drum These three will compete at i'ost Falls tonight, March 23, the winners of the southern district contest which was held at Plummer. The Boys' Glee club is working hard preparing for their minstrel show. last winners were: with Miss Halpin, principal and eighth grade teacher, is confined to her Mrs. Kruger is home with fiu. substituting. At the eye clinic held in the high school building on Wednesday, Dr. X, L. Anthony of Kpokane, examined forty two school children. Of this number be found all hut three in need of glasses. Measurements for glasses for each student but. the glasses will not be sent until the parents notify Dr. Anthony that they wish them. were taken Drama Democratic. It Is the good fortune of the drama that It Is the most democratic of the arts, since it must direct Itself to the people as a whole. Vet tnis appeal to the multitude has never debased the drama. "Hamlet" nnd "Tartuffe" are most popular plays; and they are also masterpieces of dramatic art. Shake speare and Möllere did not condescend to the public; they gave that public 1 lie best they bad in them, but with the utmost care to give it also what they knew It relished. Of course, very few pieces have ever had the breadth of appeal of "Hamlet" and "Tartuffe" ; and the modern dramatist, when he Is building his play. Is likely to have in mind some subdivision of the throng— either the larger segment that craves the fierce joys of melodrama or the smaller cross-section that Is ever eager to discuss the problem-play.— Brander Matthews. LUC STRIKE IGAPETTI Its toasted THIS f ONE EXTRA > PROCESS GIVES i A DELIGHTFUL ) X FLAVOR Z VALLEY CENTER. Special Correspondence C. W. Feely transacted l usines« in Coeur d'Alene Wednesday. C. B. Sanders has had bis car over hailed at the Skinner garage Friday afternoon was regular meet ing of the farmers' union. The interior of the Valley Center store Is being repainted. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Goodrich have moved to their East Greenacres tract to look after their orchard. Those who attended the St. Patrick entertainment at the East Coeur d'Alene Local, Saturday night, were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Feely, Emily Thomp son, Althea Feely, James Ready and Harlon McGuire. Green Receives Jail Sentence Charley Green, taxi driver of Coeur d'Alene, who was found guilty of unlawful sale of liquor, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge McNaughton, to ßO days In jail and a fine of 1200. Church Announcements Community Methodist Church It has been found necessary to postpone the coming or the Whit worth College Musical company which was announced 'for Saturday and Sunday evenings, until some later date. Dr. L. Morgan Chambers will give his lecture, "Inspiration, Aspiration and Perspiration Thursday, April 12. is a new man in the west and this is his first appearance in this section. We are very fortunate in securing him for this dale. Do not fail to hear him. ' ' on the evening of Dr. Chambers The Community ladies' aid society will meet in Rest room Thursday afternoon, March 28. All articles for the Easter bazaar to be held Saturday, March, 31, on must be on meet A good attendance is desired. hand at the above tmntioned iog. The regular sabbath day services will be held in the Community house at the regular hours for all services. J. C. Harvey, Pastor. spiritual disease resulting from such ! sin, explains what it means to ones i j Seventh Day Adventist Church. Mar.24 Sabbath School at lo o'clock A. M. Lesson subject:— Covetousness—This lesson dissects and analyzes the greatest sin in the i church, gives the diagnosis of the destiny to enter I he of Covetousness, and the connection with Josh 7:21. Primary Lesson— Ilagar and Ishmael. Mammoth Cave Mrs. A. E. Alberts, Supt. Bible Study at It A. M„ Leader. Martha Johnson Prayer Meeting, March 28, Wednes day afternoon, at Mrs. Albert's; Leader. V. M. Hufnage). Subject— The Shaking Time in the Laodicean Church. Rev, 3:13—22. All are cordially invited to come and study with us. CATHOLIC CHURCH 1st Sunday of tho month, no Mass; 2nd j and 4th Sundays. Mass at 11 o'clock; 3rd and 6th Sundays, Mass at 9 o'clock. Doctrinal Instructions for the children by Non-Catholics are always welcome at all services. —D. L. McElliRott, Pastor. I St. Patrick Social at Garwood, The Rimrock social club «ave their semiannual social at the Rim - rock school house which consisted of an entertainment and box social, the proceeds of which went to the benefit fund of the club. The following program was given: Accordlao'solo,—Frank Johnson. Duet, "Wearing of the Green", —Mrs. Fisch, Miss Frizell. High jump stunt—Walter Jones. Dialogue, "Sweethearts", —Mrs. F, Johnson, n. l. Burnham. Brown's '•Deacon Courtship",—Mabel Fisch. A talk on History of the Club, —Mrs. Thus. Throp. ■Seventh Grade boys. Recitation, Song Recitation, "Annabell Lee —Mrs McDonald. Solo, "Where the River Shannon Flow»",—Gertrude Peterson A boxing contest,—Art Foster, Albert Fisch, Ralph Edwards. Duet, 'Out Where the West Begins",—Mrs. Fisch, Miss Frizell. Rec., "The Irish Washer Woman",. —Mrs. Chas. Rose. Reading, "Irish Love", —Mrs. Tbos. Throp. Little Jim",—Cora Morris. Rec , Dialogue, "Emerald Isle". Mesdames L. liar Lie, J. Edwards. J. Hartle, E. Edwards. Solo, "The Tumbled Down Shack". —Berry Maiheney. Rec., "The Drinking House Over The Way",—Mrs. F. Johnson. FLOWERS FOR ALL PURPOSES Some Simple Rules, the Observance of Which May or May Not Lead to Popularity. "Wlmt you figuring on?" asked the florist of his advertising* -writer, "On an elaboration into details of our plan to say It with flowers, have arranged to state that the man who wants to smile at his wife should use smilax, that the that wants I to growl at her ought to say It with tiger lilies or dog-to»tli violets, that the bird who wants to sweeten her up without the expense of a box of choco lates may use candytuft, that instead of giving her a wrist watch you can present her with a bunch of four ©'clocks, that he who wants to serve notice on his spouse that he is out of funds needs only hand her a cluster of touch-me-nots, that when the larder Is low and the grub money gone he can slip her some butter-and-eggs plucked from the roadside, that If he Is be wildered by bis love for the sweet young thing he can express Ills feel ings by sending around a nosegay of love-ln-a-mist, that If he thinks his girl Is a cut and Is afraid to say so other wise he can endow her with a vase of pussy-willows, that If she has a low down opinion of him she can have a corsage bouquet of skunk cabbage de livered at his bouse —that's about as far as I have It worked out now."— Retail Ledger, Philadelphia. NOT FOR PUBLIC PERUSAL New York Qlrl Who Kept a Diary Found Meana to Hide Home coming« From Mamma. Ruth was approaching her nineteenth year and she considered herself old enough to remain at social affairs as long as she pleased. Her tolerant mother contended that a girl her age should be home at 11:30. Ruth kept a diary. When she came home one night after mother had gone to bed mother took the liberty of read ing her daughter's diary. "To bed at 12:15 a. ra.," she said, the New York Sun says. When Ruth returned from the office that evening mother and daughter had u Quarrel. It was not lonjj afterward that Ruth again came home from a dance after every one had gone to bed. Faithfully she sat down and wrote in her diary. Mother arose next morn ing earlier than the remainder of the family and rushed to^the closet which held the diary. Quickly she turned the page until'she came to the last con tribution. * "Arose at 7:30," she read "and went to the office. To luhch with Al, ray country Romeo. Home to dinner at 6. To dance at the Centqr with Flos sie at 8:30. Fine time. Homi And then mother could read no more. What followed was written In short hand. lîieilieiïlber Tile i 'TTlVniTlft T1 fill TTfTlTP A11UU1JJÖ OaU LUI yOUIV OrCLST lOP ElILytlllllg 111 the JOB PRINTING, line 1 I BUSY LINES NO. 9. it ife [M 'S fo \\\ i W'-. I &6Èk 1 up I ; u m/A r lj ill Mill ! Iff l| ii" if: ■I i ! J'b, % THE TESTBOARDMAN When you report a telephone that is out of order to the telephone company the order 1« first turned over to a man on the Test Board who locates the probable location and nature of the trouble by use of devices on the test board. About one-third of the trouble reported on telephones Is due to the tact that people occasionally leave their receiver down and forget to hang It up. operator after Unding that no one responds at the number -'plugs out" the telephone, since the permanent signal on the board U confusing to the oper ators. The test board is equipped with a device known as a "howler" that Is often used to attract the attention of people who leave their receivers down by making a weird noise in the receiver. The Miss Efficiency The Interstate Utilities Operator) "Tell your telephone troubles to the Trouble Department of the Tele phone Company and not your next door neighbor," Says: mm 3 » si y j i j la described In several places in the Edda. ' They have every day the pleasure ! of arming themselves, marshalling ' themselves In military order, engaging In battle, and being all cut to pieces; but when the stated hour of repast arrives their bodies are reunited, and they return on horseback safe to the hall of banquet, where they feed heartily on .the flesh of a boar and drink beer out of the skulls of their enemies, until they are In a slate of Intonation. Odin sits by himself at a particular table. The heroes are served by the beautiful virgins named Valklrle, who officiate as their cup bearers. But the pleasures of love do not enter at all Into the Joys of this extraordinary paradise. Paradise of Departed Heroes. The way In which the departed Scandinavian heroes passed their time In Valhalla, or, In the palace of Odin. ; Made No Hit That Night. A certain actor, who walked across the stage In a street scene of a third rate drama, was very fond of telling his friends what he, would accomplish when he had a speaking part, matter how small It was, he would show them what real acting meant. Eventually hla opportunity came. He was to appear In one of the scenes and say two words—"It is." For three weeks, nightly, before his mirror he rehearsed ; trying all sorts of gestures, expressions and tones, until he felt perfect. The eventful night arrived when the curtain was to rise on the new play for the first time, and the actor Impatiently awaited his cue. It came. "And so this Is the end?" With his best tragedian air he stalked to the center of the stage and In a voice of thunder cried: "Is it?" No We Give 5 Per Cent discount , FOR CASH 1 On all goods except Rasoline and sugar. VALLEY CENTER STORE Remember we handle all kinds of - farm implements. Butter wrappers printed at The Tribune office, 500 for $3.00; 1000 for $5 00. Smaller quantities at reasona ble prices.—adv. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. In the Probate Court of Bonner County, Idaho. In the Matter of (he Estate of Mary E. Berry, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Bonner County, Idaho. made on the 10th day of March, 1923, in the above entitled estate, the undersigned administrator will sell at private sale on or after the 9th day of April, T923. the following described real estate, belonging to said estate, fowit: The north west quarter of section 20, township 53 north, range S west B, M. in Kootenai County. Idaho, to the highest and best bidder for cash. Bld» may be submitted in writing to the administrator at bis residence at Laclede. Idaho, or the Probate Court at Sandpoint, Idaho, at which latter place tho sale will bo concluded. Dated March 21st, 1923. WARREN H. BERRY, Administrator of said estate. Pub. 2w—March 23-30 • - Ii Solicit Your Business We ,V ! Give us a chance to supply your milk and cream. Wheth er your order is large or small we appreciate it. Ours is clean, fresh, pure. We Will Not Fail Yob. Delivery Daily Service Prompt Phone 44W.! J. W. POST. Ship Your Cream to the * 0' > SANDPOINT, IDAHO HONEST WEIGHTS CORRECT TEST PROMPT SETTLEMENTS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Rutter Fat. SWeet Rutterfat, Sour No. 1 47c. 45c - / Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.