M gs T,' r, !> 0'iehran !s »tiendlnv a
l.u^lnes- college in Spokane.
Mrs. R C. Thompson has returned
from a visit at Blanchard.
Miss Carol Sternberg is attending
school at the University of Idaho.
Miss Shirley Krueger is boipe from
ber school near Ritzville, Wash.
Henry Waddell was in town on
business Wednesday from Edgemere
F l Coon and family, 111 w'tb the
Influenza last week, are reported
C. A. McDonald of Coeur d'Alene
transacted business in Rathdrum last
Mrs. Ida Tyler and niece, Miss
Addie Martin, spent Sunday at
Mrs. Frank Mitchell has resumed
bfr former position as clerk in the
Rathdrum State bank.
S. T. Farr has returned from Cali
fornia, where he spent the past year,
and visited his mother in Rathdrum
Arthur Paul is now a residept near
Plaza, Wash., where he rented over
500 acres of land. He took his stock
from here to Plaza last Saturday.
A. W. Clark has resinned his posi
tion in the Rathdrum State bank and
has accepted a position with the
Federal Reserve bank in Spok«ne.
Rew.l.G.Carrick is driving the mall
auto on route No. 2, F. B. Cbamhard
being confined to his borne with Ill
ness since Tuesday.
Mrs. J. G. Hammer shot a bear at
their home Suoday. The animal was
In an apple tree within twelve feet of
the house, having been driven tlrre
by their famous dog, Bob.
Nels Bolvig of Garwood, was In
Rathdrnm this week looking for
teamsters to haul spruce. Mr. Bolvig
has a contract getting out spruce for
the paper plant at Millwood, Wash
Ernest Satchwell, Clarence Feely,
and party in their cars left Sunday
for Priest lake. They expected to
fish a few days and be ready to go
hunting when the deer season opened
on the 16th.
Mrs. J. L. Manwaring of Valley,
Wash.,is visiting Rathdrum relatives.
Mrs. Manwaring reports that her son,
Karl Reiniger, id the oaval service at
Bremerton, is doing fine. He made
the highest rifle record there this
season in competition wi h about
3000 men and is quite proud of it.
John Getter and Bernard Nelson
reiurned from Troy, Mont., Tuesday,
by auto. Mr. Getter was at the
homestead of his son, Joe, who is
now at Camp Lewis. The homestead
is near Troy and Mr. Gutter brought
back four bills of potatoes grown on
it. One hill contained seven potatoes,
all about the same size and aggregat
ing 13 pounds iu weight.
A number of Rathdrum people
are helping in the apple harvest.
Born, in Spokane, Oct. 14, to Mr
and Mrs. Arthur G Paul, a daughter.
Much rain has fallen lately and th*
ground is in fair condition for plow
blended in perfect proportions
Crescent Cream Coffee.
of coffee with the
makes a cup
REAL coffee taste.
It is packed in airtight tins, which insure its
1 lb. 40c—2 lbs. 75c. Ask your grocer.
I n't °, Cl ' *' ,9 ' 8 ' »"« Mrs. I
1," Da«!,», Shelby. Modi., a
Richard Bratton Davis
The Rathdrura Grain & Supply Co.
elevator has recently shipped
four or five cars of wheat in tm!k.
tour cars aggregated 4700 bushels
An extra gang on the N. P. rail
road. brought here last week, was
quarantined in the car near the
depot Saturday by local officials when
it was discovered some of the men
Good 4 ft. wood delivered
per cord for cash.
Rath Gr & Sp Co.
LIBERTY BOND BEYERS
Rathdrum Precinct Trying Hard to
Following are additional
tions for fourth Liberty loan bonds l
the list was published last week:
Mrs. Myrtle Foster
Clara B. Roberts
Hazel J. Doyle
Cecil J. Smith
Mrs. Irvan Feely
Mrs. Effie Balkow
W. R. Borthwlck
J. J. Rlppeteau
MrS. Mary Jacobs
L. A. Kruger
L. J. Hartlerode
W. A. McGuire
Miller A. 8wanson
Mrs. G. W. Sylvester
Mrs. Graoe Borthwlck
Laura A. Thompson
Mrs. A. D. Forbes
Earl Lester Nelson
J. C. Schuldt
J. W. Steward
H. B. Barnes.
Geo. W. Beckman
L. A. Knox
Marte M. Warzeba
W. W. Bennett
Mrs. Mlles F. Egbers
J. D. Cunningham
Mrs. G. R. Woolery
S. A. Weaver
H. G. Reiniger
W. J. Tucker
C. P. Evans
M. G. Dietrich
W. C. Griffith
Mrs. D. D. Drennan
Emma H. Greenup
E. G. Greenup
Dr. D. D. Drennan
G. F. Wlllhelmy
C. L. Heitman
Geo. V. Morris
Arthur W. Barker
L. E. Tucker
$500 each —
Edward Marshall Estate, by F. Wenz, Adm.
E. Q. Stoddard
While there are many new sub
scriptions the list shows that a num
ber who had already subscribed have
taken additional bonds. The precinct
must raise $1350 more by close of
banking hours Oct. 19 to reach its
quota of $26,000. Committees have
been busy throughout the precinct all
The complete revised alphabetical
list of all subscribers in the precinct,
showing the total each has subscrib
ed, will be published in a subsequent
issue of The Tribune.
A list of subscribers outside of
Rathdrum precinct, who bave sub
scribed through the Rathdrum State
bank, will also be published later.
Mary J. Aldrich
E. Q. Stoddard
W. A. Cochran
Dr. F. Wenz
M. Ü. Bacon
C. E. Gillespie
Reports yesterday morning showed
that Idaho stood second in the 12th
district with 84 per
cent of its fourth Liberty loan quota
subscribed. Oregon was first with 98
cent. The percentage for the
nation was under 60, with but three
days in which to raise the remaining
40 per cent.
NO 80 -REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE *
RATNDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. j
At KATHDRDM, IN TOE STATE OF IDAHO. AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS, AUGUST 31st,
Cäsh on hand.
Due from Banka.
Other Cash Items.
Doans and Discounts.
Stocks. Bonds and Wurrants. . . . . . . .
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate.
. I 8S03.11
Individual deposits subject to check.
Demand certificates of deposit.
Cashier's Checks.. .
Total Deposits. .
Capital Stock paid In .....V........V.V...............
Undivided Profits, less expenses, Interest and taxes paid..
State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, — •».
f'P" K - Young, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly g
the above statement is true to the best, of my knowledge and belief.
R. E. YOÜNG. Cashier.
t 226,268 60
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this lllh day of September, 1918.
I certify that I am NOT an officer or| STEWART YOUNG.
Director of this Bank. I FRANK WENZ llipo/-tnra
(Seal) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Publie, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho.
should now be used instead of
You oan buy them at the Elevator of the
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
Hay, Grain, Mill-feeds, Flours, Corn meal.
Beans, Pop corn. Stock Salt, Poultry Sup
plies, Poultry and Stock Remedies, Cem
ent, Wall Plaster. Lime,
COAL, WOOD AND POSTS
LUMBER AND SHINGLES
Feed grinder In connection. Phone 4 W
DIED AT CENESEE, IDAHO
Funeral of Earl E. Hay Held at
Earl E. Hay, formerly of Rathdrum
vicinity, but more recently employed
in the implement business at Genesee,
died of typhoid fever in the hospital
there last Saturday, Oct. 12. The
body was brought to Rathdrum and
the funeral held from Stone's under
taking rooms Monday afternoon at
2:30, a beautiful open air service
preceding intermeut in Pine Grove
cemetery. Rev. J. G. Garrick offici
ated at the services which were closed
with prayer by Rev. Milton Schweit
zer. Among the Immediate relatives
and friends present at the funeral
from out of town were Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Hay and son, Roy, of Spokane,
Spokane, and Hugh R. Sage of Plains,
Earl Edward Hay was born at
Mings, Iowa. Aug. 18,
Oct. 12, 1918. aged 29 years and
nearly two months.
He moved to Spokane. Wash., In
1903, and was married Jan. 26, 1915,
to Cora A. Sage of Rathdrum. He
leaves his widow and son; also, his
father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Hay, and two brothers, Glenn W.
arid Roy C. Hay.
He was united in early life with
the M. E. church and afterwards
joined the Christian church.
, Glen W. Hay of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Sage of
1889, dit d
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to the many friends for their
kindness and sympathy in our recent
bereavement; also, for the
beautiful florals contributed.
Mus. Cora Hay
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hay
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hay
Mr. and Mrs C. I. Sage
The banksjare required to make
final report of the fourth Liberty loan
subsciiptions under date of Oct. 19,
which means that the reports must
t,e mailed before 6 o'clock p m. that
were lost and
Nearly i000 liv-a
destroyed by a forest Are
which swept a large area of Minne
Saturday and Sunday.
Lis ,_Brown plaid stag shirt be
and Echo beach —
return to Tribune office,
The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd
has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai
County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is
reliable. Next to City Hall"«*
Ccetjt? d'Alene, Idaho.
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We sell the best that grows la the line of fresh and smoked meats.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
RED CROSS NOTES
Those in charge expect to have the
Red Cross shop open Saturday, Oct.
Anyone having anything to
donate, is requested to leave such
article at Reiniger Bros, store, from
which it will be taken to the shop
and sold for the benefit of the Red
Cross. It is suggested lhat farmers
wishing to donate may bring in pro
duce such as potatoes, milk, butter,
cottage cheese, eggs, fruit,—In fact
anything will be appreciated. People
in town who cannot conveniently
deliver their donated articles in per
son are requested to call Mrs H. R.
Saunders, chairman, or Mrs. G. R.
Malanya, and someone will be sent
to bring it In. Everyone is asked to
help make the shop a success.
The Red Cross wish to thank the
Sophomore class of High school for
furnishing coffee and wafers the night
of the bonfire.
their fine work for this braueb.
Miss Esch has contributed a quan
tity of assorted flower bulbs for the
benefit of the Red Cross,
on sale at the Post Office at the low
price of 50c a pound. All the pro
ceeds go to t he Red Cross.
For your Xmas crochet and fancy
work, leave vour orders with Mrs. J.
White B'ir Wanted.—I will buy
white fir stumpage, also, cut into logs
delivered at track. Money advanced
oo skids In woods.—N. Bolvig, Gar
Lost, or Straye I—One bay mule,
yearling, from rnv place near Gibbs.
Finder please notify H. J. Swofford,
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Route No. 1.
Wfr"Several bead of heavy horses
for sale or trade for cattle, also light
buggy horse.—Gust Peters, R. 1 -P >st
S. L. Farasworili, Prop.
Hay, Grain and Feed. *
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hardwall
Uityei) You (jo to SpoRape
THE ARLIN6T0N HOTEL
New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat
Hot and Cola Baths
J&*ROOMS 50c and up
Opposite N. P. Depot.
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Office with Independent Feed Store.
Can Now Eat amt sleep In Comfort
If troubled with Indigestion
sleeplessness you should read what
Miss Agnes Turner, Chicago, III., has
"Overwork, irregular meals
nod carelessness regarding the ordi
nary rules of health, gradually under
mined it until last fall I became
wreck of uiy former seif. I suffered
from continual headache, was unable
to digest my food, which seemed to
lay as dead weight on my stomach.
I was very constipated and
plexion became dark, yellow and
muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was
added to my misery, and I would
awake as tired as when I went to
sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's
Tablets and found such relief after
taking them that 1 kept up the treat
ment for nearly two months. They
cleansed my stomach, invigorated
system, and since that time I can eat
I am today
and sleep in comfort,
[ rÂthdrum'Îron works*T
4 Dealers'll! Automobile Accessories an<l }
J Supplie* »
4 C. F. Borell, Proprietor J
4 (Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick)
J Automobile and Truck work iu all Its $
4 branches. Remodeling and building ofj
4 pleasure cars and trucks. Expert electrl - $
J cal work and Installing and repairing of *
4 starting, lighting and Ignition systems J
I arid storage batteries.
-Manufacturer of and dealer In
4 Stationary and Traction Engine«. Harvest *
4 ingMachinery. Wagone, Sleighs. Farming *
J Implements. Iron and Steel. !
4 HotentlHc Horseshoeing
Ship Your Cream to the
HON EST WEIGHTS PAIR TESTS
Check For Each Can If You Wish.
B'lHer FVt, Sweet 67o. Soul 65c
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