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29. 16, >• Mrs. Wm. Foster visited friends at Spirit Lake last week. Karl Brock has returned to work at Spirit Lake. Mis. R. E. Taylor or Spirit Lake Rathdrum visitor Saturday. was a Mrs. W. H. Shayler and children have moved to town from upper Twin lakes. Robert F. Neustel left Wednesday tospeud the winter with his uncleat Sterling., Colorado. if at for to to to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bolton of Spokane visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hart, Sunday. L. E. Kirkpatrick was in town last Saturday from his farm near New port, Wash. O. W. Stone was called to Soap Lake, Wash , this week on account uf the serious llkiess of his brother, F. E. Thompson returned Sunday from Deer Park, the mill having clised down last Friday. Ernest Kiefer cams home last Saturday from Camp Lewis on a ten day furlough. He leaves on his return to camp next Sunday. B. F. Stock well of Moscow was in Rathdrum this week to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, Martin Polesoo. Miss Ada Feely, government stenographer, has been in Rome, Italy, in the service of the Red Cross since last May. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McIntosh and daughter, Miss Alta, are now resi dents of Rathdrum. They are occupying the John Stine house on the north side. Saturday Special—Best beef roast 15c a lb.; Boiling heef 12Jc.—Rath drum Meat Co, 26 Scbool reopens Dec. 2. Next Thursday is Thanksgiving day. The churches resume holding services Sunday. Services are to be held in the Pres byterian church Thanksgiving day, at 10:30 a. m. The Pythian Sisters will have a rpgular meeting Tuesday evening of next week. A good attendance is desired. Saturday Special—Best heef roast 15c a lb.; Boiling beef l2Jc.—Rath drum Meat Co. It Here are some popular uses for Mapleine— —for desserts and pud dings—it gives them that mapley" taste. —to make soups rich er, meats better and give a brownish tang to gravies, beans, sweet potatoes, etc. tempting .. baked Corn syrup dilut ed with warm water and flavor ed to taste with Mapleine makes flue spread for hot cakes. Ask us for receipes. 2-oz bottle 35c all grocers. a iPSlig t&y m 1 Crescent Mapleine (M-317) V The name of Clarence A. Sylvestej of Rathdrum, killed 1 © n action Sept. 29. appeared in the casualty list Nov. 16, forty-eight days lat § He was a C, 361st regiment, er. corporal in Co. »1st division. Cjunty Sup't R. C. Kgbers nounces that schools of the an county may reopen after this week at the discretion of the boards, the influenza ban being lifted. S * This means that schools can legally opeu next Monday if it is desired. s Two Prizetaker brought in last week by Oscar Tauten hahn who raised them without irriga tion on his place a few miles west of town. Together they weighed 71 pounds. The larger Upped the scabs at 4J pounds. The Triduue office. No board meetings bad been held for more than a month, due largely to the influenza closing order, hut the school hoard met Tuesday and the Village trustees expect to meet next Monday evening. The local advisory committee has continued to me t from time to time as its duties required. Numerous complaints having been made concerning destruction of property on Hallowe'en, five hoys were arrested last Saturday. All pleaded guilty. Four of the hoys being under 13 it was found necessary to transfer their cases to the probate coirrlrfor final action. In the case of the remaining defendant sentence was postponed until a later date. The Rathdrum State bank is ready to deliver fourth Liberty loan bonds that are fully paid fur. Subscribers are reminded that when making Huai payment they must include the accrued interest required by the government on deferred payments. Bonds are not fully paid for unless this interest is included without notice. The Odd Fellows lodge will resume their meeting on Friday, Nov. 29. Saturday Special—Best beef roast 15c. a lb.; Boiling beef 12]c.—Rath drum Meat Co. 26 potatoes were They may he seen at on a Schools to Opon December 2. At a meeting of the board of edu cation held iast Tuesday evening it was decided to re-open tho schools Monday, Dec. 2nd. Under tentative plans for making up the time lost, outlined by Supt. Swenson, there will be an actual loss of oaly eight teach ing days. There wiil he no vacation during the holidays except Christmas day and New Year's day. The usual teachers' institute of one week will he eliminated this year, and the school year may he lengthened in the spring. Owing to the fact that no vacation will he had during Christmas, the hoard felt that the teachers should be permitted to spend Thanksgiving at home, even tho the epidemic situa tion might warrant the opening of school next Monday. Also, feared that many parents would not send their children Thanksgiving,—especially those from outside the district of whom there ate it was until after many. It is urged very emphatically that pupils begin promptly with the re opening of school, and that they he attendance the entire Harder work than under regular school year, usual conditions must naturally he exacted if the year's work is to he satisfactorily finished. in RED CROSS NOTES As it is not possible for Mrs. H. R. Saunders, the chairman of the Rath drum Branch to be down town all the time, persons wishing to consult her about Red Cross matters are requested to call her up by phone. The Red Cross shop will be open agaio'Saturday and Saturday evening, Nov. 23, to receive and sell donated articles. The time for mailing Christmas parcels to the soldiers overseas has been extended to Nov 30. Cartons will be issued on and after Nov. 21 to those entitled who have received labels, or who will sign a statement of relationship, blanks for which are : © MlMMIÆMMMMglMMÆW. MU f/f/// § no ao -REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE_ RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. AT It A r HDItl M, IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF BC81NK&8. NOVEMBER l»t, -RESOURCES. 1918. Casli on baud.. Due from Banks. Other Cash Items. Loans and Discounts.. O verd rafts .. ; Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. . Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate. I So;R).4rt 46721.76 S . 108615.(0 .!•» * 53946.7» .. 16298 42 .._12775.49 8 244.WI.00 s Total -LIABILITIES Individual deposits subject to check.' Savings Deposits. Demand certificates of deposit. Cashier's Checks. Certified Cheeks.... Total Deposits.'.. Capital Stock paid In ... Surplus fund. Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. . uioc Ü7 .. ,17985.13 .. 02628.45 89.U5 2.00 $203.853.49 I 88000.00 10000.00 54.88.41 Total State of Idaho, County of Kootenai. —ss. I, R. E. Young, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly s the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. E. YOUNG. Cashier. Correct. Attest: t 244,281 !HI swear that Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of November, litis. I certify that I am NOT an officer or Director of thlis Bank. _ _ (Seal) Miles F. Kgbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho*. STEWART YOUNG. FRANK WEN2. Directors. CY///'/'////r/m rrrrrrrßTß OLYMPIC î FLOUR Together with the SUBSTITUTES You can buy them at the Elevator of the i Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co. DEALERS IN 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 on hand at the Red Cross branch. Saturday, Nov. 16. the Red Cross shop realized $16.10 from sales of articles. The regular business meeting of Rathdrum Branch, A. R. C. will be held Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 26. Church Announcements M. E. CHURCH Opening Service next Sunday at the Presbyterian church. Everybody come. Sunday School at 9:45; Preaching by the Pastor at 11; young people's meeting at 6:45 and preaching again at 7:3ü p. tu. Come and worship with next Sunday and let's make up for last time, and to serve. Arrangements aie being made for a Thanksgiving service next Thurs day morning at 16:30 in the morning. J. G. Cauiuck, Pastoi. in us Cometh worship—to pray APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH At the M. E. church Will be at lower Twin lakes school house Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30. Cottage prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Everyone welcome. M. II. Schweitzer, Pastor. he Raw Eggs Keep Longar Than Boiled. Raw eggs keep good much longer than cooked eggs, even when these are hard boiled. This was proved by Dç. Leon Lindet, a member of the Paris Conseil d'Hyglene. after many French had reported that the hard he he soldiers boiled eggs they received from homo had gone had. while thq raw eggs te maiued edible for weeks. Dr. Lindet explains this fact by say ing that the boiling makes the inner membrane pervious to gases, liquids and microbes, and the white of the egg becomes an agglomeration of coagu lated albumen and particles of a Ideal medium In which mi R. all are has on e 21 old, left 0 n. Inquire at my farm.— Schaefer, R. 1. Rathdrum. It a u. are : 4w 26-29 serum that Is an crobes thrive. Estray Notice The following stock was taken up about Nov. 6, on my ranch: mare 10 yr old, with brand on right feet white, one front and One bay hip and two behind on the nigh side. One dark brown colt about 2 years hiod foot white, strap halter Richard he The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., f| has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai « County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is l> reliable. i Next to City Hull"®* Cœur d'Alene, Idaho. ^ \ • a y* • .* i : V . v . « , •• V** ^s|u %\% r 018 We sell the best that grows In the line of fresh and smoked meats. RATHDRUM MEAT CO. -,T CbamberlHln'H Cough Remedy. CbamberlHln'H Cough Remedy. Do not imagine that because other cough medicines failed to give you relief that it will he the same with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Bear in mind that from a small beginning this remedy has gained a world wide reputation and immemse sale. A medicine must have exceptional merit to win esteem wherever it becomes Nov knowu. m Get the Genuine and Avoid Wastes wm ^Tewiomy in Every Cake © PROFESSIONAL CARDS v I 4 J * 4 J J I 4 4 I F, WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, « « « IDAHO KATHDKI1M, £)ERTISTRY * * In all Its latest branches by DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, EXAMINATION FREE IDAHO U KATUDKUM MILES F. EGBERS attorney at law -HOTABY PUBLIC- Office In Ilathdruiu State Bank Building RATHDRUM - IDAHO C«rAt Spirit Lake Every Friday.^_ BERT A REED ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Cœur d'Alene, Idaho. -Office 9-10 Wiggett Block SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY £) D- DRENNAN pi?ysiGiai) arçd SunÇeorç ty Special attention given U> Diseases of Women and Children. COEUR D'ALENE. IDAHO I I INDEPENDENT FEED STORE ; S. L. harnswoilb, Prop. Hay, Grain and Feed. ■+ Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hard wall Blaster Rathdrum, Idaho. : I ■» U/f?ei) You (Jo to bpoRa^e STOP AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL Ne n Building. New Furniture, Steam heat Electric Light, Hot and Cola Baths I®"ROOMS 50c and up Opposite N. P. Depot. 6POKANE, WASH. Dray Line S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR. Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co. Ofltoe With Independent Feed Store. RATHDRUM, IDAHO -,T 0. W. STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMBALMER Rathdrum and Spirit Lake tW~ Agent for Monumental work Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist, MärTrcats diseases of all domestic animals, Hathdrum. Idaho . L. A. KRUGER DRAYMAN PWOrdors left at Evaim' Store will receive prompt attention. — The Line with the Service RATHDRUM IDAHO v n I RATHDRUM IRON WORKS l 4 Dnilcnt in A11 1 o mobil«' Ac',c' 0 M«iori«*M* himI y Supplie* C F. Borell Proprietor (Successor to L. K. Kirkpatrick! J Automobile and Truck work In all Its J * brandies. Remodeling and building of" 4 pleasure ears and trucks. Expert clectrl ■ > J cal work and Installing and repairing uf J J starting, lighting and Ignition systems ^ and storage batteries. I Manufacturer of and dealer In ^ 4 Stationary and Traction Engine*. Harvest * 4 ing Machinery. Wagons. Sleighs. Farming ► Implements. Iron and Steel. ^ I -Scientific Horseshoeing « > » « > « * * ► » * » A U Ship Your Cream to the •I ■a I# fff» 8ANOPOINT. IDAHO ► AIK TESTS HONEST WEIGHTS PROMPT SETTLEMENTS COURTEOUS TKKATMENT rheck For Ein'li Can If You YVOh. Soul B3r Butter Fut. Sweet «ßc. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup sad Whooping Cough.