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I oz. or 1 ton? One ounce of Royal Baking Powder is worth a ton of cheaper baking powders when you consider the su periority in the quality, healthfulness and taste of food prepared with it. Baking RVmd Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste THE RATHDRUM TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED JUNE I. 1895 CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. H. M CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OP EACH WEEK TERMS: Ok* Year, ir paid in advance.11.50 Six Months. Binoue Copies To all subscribers outside of the United States $2.00 per year. .6 I Foreign Adverti.ing Repre.ent.tive TH E AMERICAN PR E SS ASSOCI ATION J "Entered April 28,1903. at Rathdrura, Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The story is told of a party of Americans, who, many years ago, were taking a driving tour through Corn wall, England. One of them was about to throw an old newspaper out of the carriage when he was checked by a companion with the exclama tion, "Ah, don't spoil Eng land!" in allusion to the ex treme tidiness of the English countryside and villages. Let us strive to keep America's countrysides so tidy that they will inspire the same respect. . 1 HE return of national prosperity is reflected in thei shortage of farm labor men - tioned in a federal report this week. Increased demands fori all classes of skilled labor, skilled mechanics and farm hands have practically put an end to unemployment. There seems to be work for every one who wants to work and knows how to work. Americans are said to eat their weight in sugar every year, more than is good for them, according to some critics. The per capita con sumption has greatly increas ed since the war, and so an excuse is furnished for mak ing the price to soar. School days again. Now the problem is how to spend the vacation usefully and profitably in lay ing the foundation for future success. are over Blew Out Dam. The clam in Ilauser creek, near Hauser junction, which regulates the water In Hauser lake, was blown np at noon Thursday of last week. One side of the concrete structure was lorn away, and the steel gate was blown out and badly twisted, ments of concrete were found 200 yards up the hill. The irrigation company to whom the dam belonged put a crew of men to work repairing the damage, according to the sheriff It Is believed that a heavy charge of dynamite was used. Frag - Visited Columbia Basin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reiniger ar.d sons, Leonard and Walden, accom panied by Mrs. E. Q. Stoddard, Miss Maude Stoddard aud Miss Maxine Stewart of llathdrum, and Walter and Cad Stoddard and families, of Coeur d'Alene, made up a party of fifteen who motored down to the Columbia basin last Sunday viewed the natural wonders of that and They were met at Almira by region. Mrs. Walter DeMarsh and children,of Onriak, Wash. Church Announcements Community Methodist Church The Ladies' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. R. D. Clumpner Tnurs day afternoon with Mrs. H. B Barnes. Mrs. Clumpner, Mrs. G. A. Laird and Mrs ' E ' Q 1 Stoddard as hostesses. ' Services at the usual hours Sunday, M *» 20 ' J. C. Harvey, Pastor. Seventh Day Adventist Church. May 19 Sabbath School at 10 o'clock A. M. Lesson subject:— Practical Duties, 1 Peter 3:1-11.— Tin's lesson explains the purpose of the teaching concerning the perfect ing of Home life, gives instruction regarding personal adornment, both of the soul aud body,also the admoni tion to prevent hindered prayers aud furnishes the ethics of religion. Primary Lesson—The Experiences of Joseph in Egypt. Mrs. A. E. Alberts. Supt. Bible Study at 11 A. M., Leader, Martha Johnson Prayer Meeting, Wed. P. M., May 23 at Mrs. Hufnagel's. Subject, — Per sonal experience as to true Holiness, explaining the meaning of the word and discriminates between it and piety, proving the necessity of both. All are cordially Invited to come and study with us. CATHOLIC CHURCH 1st Sunday of the month, no Mass; 2nd and 4th Sundays. Mass at 11 o'clock; 3rd and 5th Sundays, Mass at 9 o'clock. Doctrinal Instructions for the children by announcement. Non-Catholics are always welcome at all McElligott. Pastor. services. — D. L. CHILCO ISpecial Correspondence! Mr. and Mrs. Art Treraan received a visit from some friends Sunday. Salva Kioldyifl and Jim Georgien 1 from Coeur d'Alene visited Gordon Geortfieff, Sunday. P. L. Mayhew made a business trip to Sandpoint Tuesday. The Georgitff boys arc finishing their new home, installing modern fixtures. The stage line running through here is certainly making it convenient for busy farmers R. E Grove is suffering from a bad case of oil poisoning Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Grove and Grant Riesiand motored to Spokane Tuesday. For Sale; 38-55 Winchester rifle, perfect condition, $18; 32-20 Colls revolver, floe inside, fair out. $18 — Grant Riesiand,Chilco,Idaho. 49 51 BAYONET AS WOOD-SPLITTER Deadly Weapon of War Converted Into Device That Is of Really Practical Value. Ingenious minds In Europe have been working overtime ever since the armis tice was signed and hostilities censed, I developing all manner of peaceful uses for military equipment. Among the many of these Innovations and adapta tions Is the bayonet wood-splitter. This device, as described In the Scientific American, consists of the standard bayonet scabbard, the bay onet, and two members which hold the bayonet and scabbard together and per mit of mounting them on a wall, all as A tu How the Device Work«. shown In the accompanying Illustra tion. A number of notches cut in the front end of the scabbard permit of holding a piece of wood of any length In place while the bayonet does the splitting. 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