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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.
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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.
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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.
Send your name and address plainly
writte n together with 5 cents (and
this slipjto Chamberlain Medicine Co,
De* Moines, Iowa, and receive
' c h tur " " j?" 1 »nt.ioio,
A Good Thing - Don't Miss It.
coughs, colds, croup, bronchial, "flu"
and whooping coughs, and tickling
throat; Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for stomach troubles,
indigestion, gassy pains that crowd
the heart, biliousness and constipa
tion; Chamberlain's Salve, needed in
every familo for burns,scalds,wounds,
piles, and skin affeclionsRhsse family
medicines for only 5 cents Don't
miss it.—Adv.
J.F.M.
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c 'A Greater Touring Car Value
The present price of the Ford
Touring Car is the lowest ever
made.
And yet the car itself is a greater
value. It is better looking with
slanting windshield, a one-man
top and improved seats. And
there are many refinements in
chassis construction.
The demand is so great that de
liveries will soon be impossible.
protect vourself, order now.
Make a small down payment, the
balance on easy terms.
To
Ford Prices have never been so low
Ford quality has never been so high
NEW FORD PRICES AT RATHDRUM:
Touring....$491.15
Roadster... 461.00
Coupe .... 633 65
STEW AFT SKINNER. RATHDRUM, IDAHO
Sedan...
Chassis .
Truck (1 ton) 470.00
$70126
418.80
ury department has predicted that
the public debt will amount to about
$22,400.000,000 at the erd of the
flscal year, June 30, a reduction of
more than $1,600.000,000 in the lust
two years.
New
six-drawer Ideal sewing
machine, used only as demonstrator,
made by New Home Co., $38. Will
take pay in eggs.—Chilco Merc. Co.,
Chilco, Idaho.
3t 48-50
DIRECTORY
STATE OFFICERS
Governor
Lieutenant Governor
Secretary of State
Attorney General
State Auditor
C. O. Moore
H. O. Baldridge
F. A. Jeter
A. II. Conner
E. G Gallet
Supt, of Public-Instruct..Elizabeth Russian
State Treasurer '
State Mine Inspector
D. F. Banks
Stewart Campbell
Supreme Court
Alf Budge, Hobt. N. Dunn,
Win. A. Lee, Chas. D. McCarthy.
Congressional
Congressmen—Burton L. French, Addison
T. Smith.
w. E. Leo,
Ü.J1. Senators—William E. Borah, Frank E.
Gooding.
Judge of District Court W. P. McNaughton
E. V. Boughton
Members of Hohse of Representativés —
M, A. Klger, E. T. Taylor.
State Senator -
COUNTY OFFICERS
KOOTENAI COUNTY
County Clerk, Auditor and Recorder—
Chas. O. Sowdor
Roger G. Wearne
S. H. Smith,
H. F. Cleland
County Attorney
County Assessor
County Treasurer
Probate Judge,
County Supt. of Schools
Sheriff
County Surveyor
Coroner.
County Commissioners.—1st District. Hans
Johnson; 2nd District. J. W. McCroa;
3rd District. Frank A. Morris
M. G. Whitney
R. C. Egbefs
T. L. Quarles
R. C. Hack
R. B. Mooney
Chamberlain's
lUj
Cures Cold«, Croup and
lug Cough.
Ship Your Cream to the
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SANDPOINT. IDAHO
HONEST WEIGHTS COKKECT TEST
PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
BUTTER FAT, Sweet
Butter Fat Sour No. 1
44c.
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Whooding Cough.
This is a very dangerous disease,
particularly to children under five
years of age, but when no paregoric,
codeine or other opiate is given, is
e-isily cured by giving Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy, Most people believe
that it must run its course, not know
ing that the time is very much short
ened, and that there Is little danger
from the disease when this remedy is
given. It has been used in many
epidemics of whoopiog cough, with
It is safe and
—adv May
pronounced success,
pleasaut to take.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cano
reach the diseased portion of the
Catarrhal Deafness requires constu -
tional treatment. HALL'S CATAUH
MEDICINE is a constitutional t eme«;
Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an
flamed condition of the mucous lining
the Eustachian Tube. XVhen this tube
Inflamed you have a rumbling
imperfect hearing, and when^s
reduced, your
forever,
acts
sur
I
ly closed Deafness is the
the Inflammation can be
hearing may be destroyed
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
through the blood on the , m Vjr° u , s h( , i n .
faces of the system, thus reducing t ,,
flammatlon and restoring normal co
tlons.
Circulars free. All Druggists^
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Gnio.

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