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24 Jar 15 >* AWMUMIOMXIOOt "■» - THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED JUNE 1, 1895 CDLP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. S. M. CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OP EACH WEEK TERMS: .11.50 OKI YbAR, It PAID IN ADVANCE Mix Months. ■inqi.e Copies . To all subscribers outside of the United States 12.00 per year. .75 .6 Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION "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 line. Notices of pay entertain ments, or events for profit for any purpose will be charged for at regular rates. A FEW SUGGESTIONS. The importance of cement ing the bottom of the town reservoir so that the water supply may be saved from loss by seepage and kept clean and sanitary can scarce ly be overestimated. It will then be possible to clean the reservoir whenever the need is apparent without danger of disturbing any puddling and causing leakage. The work need not be extensive. An expenditure of approximately ^thousand dollars would be sufficient to complete the con crete reservoir within its old limits. Then the sandy stretch of some three hundred feet in the creek should be cemented or piped to prevent supposed loss by seepage there, if care ful investigation should prove that the water lost is worth saving. A small reservoir just above the main works, only large enough to catch sediment, or of sufficient size to hold a re* serve supply of water for fire protection, as has been SUg gested for years, is worthy of consideration as another step in improving the system. An engineer stated a few years ago that such an auxilliary reservoir, 30 x 30 x 8 feet, could be constructed for be tween $1000 and $1500. It would be full at all times, be provided with a spillway and a pipe connection with the main reservoir, the gate valve to be opened only in case of a big fire. In the meantime the possi bility of opening up with a view to improving the streamflow in dry weather could be carefully investigat ed and tested out step by step ■kan expense of a few hun springs dred dollars. Of all the above, the first step that should be taken, even if it is the only step that can be taken, is that of put ting a concrete floor and back wall to the present reservoir. An appropriation of $iooo or $1500 för that purpose should be made this year without An eight-mill town tax levy, 7 mills less than last year, will be all that is needed this year. It will pro vide $1500 for the public improve meats fund and the same amount as last year for all the other funds. Church Announcements Community Methodist Church All services will be held in the church next sabbath at the usual hours. A statement of the expenses ncurred in the repairing of the i church building will be made at tbe morning service Sunday. The official board appreciates the support of the community and help of those who gave money aod labor to the Improvements to the church building* The Girl Reserves of Ratbdrum attended the services at the Com munity house Sunday morning. They came in a body directed by Miss Emily Ileitman, who is in charge of tbe work here, Mrs. P. F. Rogers, Donna Rogers, Eva Sanders, Everett Sanders, Donald Layton, Gertrude Lathrop, Grace Barnes. Cecil Balkow and Rev. I ind Mrs. J. C. Harvey attended the I Sunday School conference at Spokane I Monday afternoon and evening. P. F. Rogers took the young people 1 will give Next Wednesday evening in the class room, Mrs. Rogers and others a report of the Sunday . e meeting is called at 7:30 and ail who are inieresled iu Sunday School work are urged to come. Owing loi ' School conference. At the morning service Sunday the pastor will baptize children and infants. The choir will give their Easier service of sung at the regular hour of service Sunday night, inconvenience of repairing the church this program has been postponed from time to time. The leaders and the young people have been working hard in their practices and will give us an Inspirational hour; do not fall to hear them. We welcome you back church next Sunday, the building in Its new dress; briug your friends and invite strängen. J. C. Harvey, Pastor. Come and set to the Seventb Day Adventist Church. April 14 Sabbath School at le o'clock A. M. Lessoh subject:— The Great Salvation, 1 P«jt«r. 1:10 16—This lesson explains the re'ation of the prophets to this great salvation and how"jt was not until themselves, but uno us" that tb« revelation should b** unde plain. It also gives a lucid dellniliou of God's law, how to safe'y pass thru 'Vanity Fair" on the road to the Celestial City. Primary lesson—Jacob and E Mrs. A. E. Alberts, Supt. Bibio Study at 11 A. M„ Leader. Martha Johnson and. sau.. Prayer Meeting,Wed.P.M.,April 18, at Mrs. Alberts, Leader, Ma rtha Johnson, Subject, Lessons from Parables and their relation the to John 12:35. All arc cordially Invited to study with us. come a'Ad LUTHERAN and service InBœkel schoolhouse Ap ril iß, 10 a. m. f Confirmation comnu inion A. O. Swxnehart,P astor CATHOLIC CHUROI I 1st Sunday of the month, no Stags; 2nd 4th Sundays, Mass at 11 o'cloc) i; 3rd and Sundays, Mass at 9 o'clock. Doctrinal Instructions for the o hlldren bv announcement. y Non-Catholics are always welc ome at all services. -D. L. McEUJf.ot t. Pastor. A SCHOOL NOTES. Boys of the high s?hool baseball tpam will play their first game of Ibe season Ibis afternoon wnh Sp rit Lake bo Ibe new diamond. The Freshmen will enleria n the High school students tonight at a "Kid" party. I play for which they are paying à *25 royalty, has been selected by the I seniors for their class play this year. •Come Out of the Kitchen", a new They started practicing this week under the direction of Miss Canfield. The seventh and eighth grades are taking the state examinations this week. The 7tb are writing on geogra phy and physiology, grade are trying all subjects but two. They will finish next month. The eighth Fred Goodrich. Weldon Austin and Orval Luiten from outside districts, wrote on the state examinations at Ratbdrum this week. SO y BEAN Qp MU Q H BENEFIT ■rubles Farmer to Produce High-Pro tein Concentrate« at Homi plemente Other Feeds. -Sup Leguminous crops, such as clovers aid alfalfas, are richer in protein than non-legumlnous crops, such as timothy, bluegrass, etc. At present leguminous crops are mostly grown for forage, and when concentrates rich In protein are needed to balance ra tions, they must be purchased In the form of flaxseed meal, cottonseed meal or tankage. The soy bean offers a partial solu tion to this problem by enabling the farmer to produce bis high-protein concentrates at home. Soy beans yield anywhere from 10 to 25 bushels an acre of seed, depending on soil and teason. Soy beans may be ground and used to supplantent other feed«. STORAGE POTATOES NEED AIR Oiseelered, Blackish Aree Found in Center ef Tuber le Caueed by Lack « t Ventilation. I ventilation during »to* age Is largely responsible for tbe tlls colored, blackish area frequently I found in tbe center of potatoes. Kx tensive experiments carried on by the I Geneva experiment station show that the symptom» may be produced at will by excluding air from the tubers, even at low temperatures. The trouble Is aggravated no doubt, by heat, but is materially checked when proper ven tilation 1« provided. Tills explodes the old theory that blaekheart was caused by the-heating of the tubers In stor | / STRAIGHT ROWS IN ORCHARD There Ar« Numereue Method« Recenv memdefl for Setting Out Trees en New Plantation. In laying out your orchard take enough pride in It to get your rows absolutely straight and the correct dis tance apart. There «re numerous meth ods recommended for laying out an or chard and different men have different plans. Start your first row about 15 feet from tbe feuce and leave plenty of room at the end of the rows for turn ing when plowing. It is well to lay off the rows with a plow, digging tbe holes 1 la the furrow. BIDS FOR WOOD WANTED: Sealed bids will be received by Independent School District No. 50, Spirit Lake,for 150 cords fir and tam arack, green cut, split body, 4 ft.cord wood to be delivered at tbe school house, Spirit Lake.on August 1, 1923. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or ail bids. Bids will be received up to and including April 6lh. H. H. Kratochvil, Clerk. Spirit Lake, Idaho, adv Mar30,Ap6. t », Hall's Catarrh Medicine Those who are In a "rua down" con dition will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are in good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, it is greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions. MEDICINE Is a Tonic and Blood Puri fier, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the body, thus reducing the inflammation and restor ing normal conditions. Ail druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Chpney & Co, To^do, Ohio. HALL/S CATARRH BUSY LINES NO. 12. scale in prese créas dustr T X s V '»Nr iif &. " MÊ 1 MSI ? ■Æ 1 '•Dl W'7 ma/mm W/ ■t '////A i ! K >1 the x. \ 'r* i Â i » II ■ •w r EL 1 4 I I / . m Up Where the Blue Begins The last advertisement gave a picture of the device on which telephone cable termined in the central office, and from the wires are carried into "Central" at the switchboard. the This picture shows a close-up of a sight that is familiar to everyone. That is the cable running along the telephone poles in the streets of the city. The thing that people perhaps have not noticed are the little boxes, every hundred feet or so along the cable from which wires are run into the residence where telephones are installed, called "terminals". These boxes are Each wire coming out of this cable is number ed and kept in order in these "terminals," which is only further ex ample of the reat detail the telephone system involves—detail tha* must be constantly watche and repaired to keep the telephone lines in working order. I Î Miss Efficiency The Interstate Utilities Operator) Says: C "The voices of the world travel over the highways of the Telephone." -, fil •it' ' _ ( ' FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS BY USING AREA PLAN Rfilnnesoia Begins Work on Erad ication of Disease. Propoaed That Counties Pay for Test ing of Cattle at Rate of 25 Cents a Head—Indemnities Will Be Paid. (Prepared by th* United States Department of Agriculture.) Minnesota, third in rank as a dairy State, has now definitely taken up the area plan for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis. Counties, states, and the United States Department of Agricul ture are to co-operate In carrying on the work. Some time ago a commit tee of -breeders was appointed by the state live stock sanitary board to In vestigate plans for continuing the fight against the disease. Recently the com mittee', met . with the sanitary board and .« resolution was unanimously adopted asking the legislature for $120,000 for area work for two years, the work to be.carried on In two coun ties. iln addition, the legislature Is to be asked for $500,000 per annum for two years for, accredited-herd work. The plan Is approved by the state veterinarian. According to the plans laid out, It is proposed that thé counties pay for the testing of the cuttle at the rate of 25 cents a head. The fund resulting from this charge will be used to pay the Inspectors, local, state and federal, who are assigned to the work. In demnities will be paid In the regular way. The three big dairy states—Wiscon sin, New York, and Minnesota—are ndw all taking up area work, which has become the.predominant plan for the eradication of the great cattle plague. Some of the states where the Infection is light are expecting to be entirely rid of the disease within a few years. WANTED—A good,steady, gentle manly salesman to handle a Ward's wagbn in Kootenai county. No exper ience needed. For full particulars write promptly to Dr. Ward's Medical Company, Winona, Minnesota Es tablished 1S50. 4*. M30Ap20 Give us a chance to supply. ypur milk and cream. Wheth er your order is large or small we appreciate it. Ours is clean, fresh, pure. We Will Not Fail You. Delivery Daily— Service Prompt Phone 44W. J. W. POST. A Farmer Cubed ok Rheumatism "A man living on a farm near here came in a short lime ago completely doubled up with rheumatism, handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and told him to use it freely," says C P Rayder, Patten Mills, N. Y. "A few days later he walked into tbe store as strlight as a siring and handed me a dollar saying, give me another bottle of Charni er - lam's Liniment; JI want it in the house ali the time for it cured me. April adv. 1 Estrayed —Small,bay mare, buckle brand, while strip iu face; about 13 years old. Also large bay mare,brand R on hip; about 18 years old. Mrs. Juliet, Chilco, Idaho. Notify 45-47 0Ê Ship Your Cream to the * fV 0 &!2iî > »■ 8ANDFOINT. IDAHO HONEST WEIGHTS COKKECT TEST PROMPT SETTLEMENTS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Hutter Fat, Sweet Butterfat. Sour No. 1 48c. 4«o * pr Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.