Mrs. Wm. Foster visited friends at
Spirit Lake last week.
Karl Brock has returned to work at
Mis. R. E. Taylor or Spirit Lake
Rathdrum visitor Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Shayler and children
have moved to town from upper Twin
Robert F. Neustel left Wednesday
tospeud the winter with his uncleat
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
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
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,
Scbool reopens Dec. 2.
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving
The churches resume holding
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
Saturday Special—Best heef roast
15c a lb.; Boiling beef l2Jc.—Rath
drum Meat Co.
Here are some popular
uses for Mapleine—
—for desserts and pud
dings—it gives them
—to make soups rich
er, meats better and
give a brownish tang
beans, sweet potatoes,
Corn syrup dilut
ed with warm
water and flavor
ed to taste with
flue spread for
Ask us for receipes.
2-oz bottle 35c
t&y m 1
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,
corporal in Co.
Cjunty Sup't R. C. Kgbers
nounces that schools of the
may reopen after this week at the
discretion of the boards, the influenza
ban being lifted.
This means that
schools can legally opeu next Monday
if it is desired.
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
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
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
They may he seen at
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
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 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
usual conditions must naturally he
exacted if the year's work is to he
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
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///
-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,
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.
.. 16298 42
Individual deposits subject to check.'
Demand certificates of deposit.
Capital Stock paid In ...
Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid..
. uioc Ü7
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.
t 244,281 !HI
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*.
OLYMPIC î FLOUR
Together with the
You can 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
on hand at the Red Cross branch.
Saturday, Nov. 16. the Red Cross
shop realized $16.10 from sales of
The regular business meeting of
Rathdrum Branch, A. R. C. will be
held Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 26.
M. E. CHURCH
Opening Service next Sunday at
the Presbyterian church. Everybody
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
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.
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.
M. II. Schweitzer, Pastor.
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
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
has on e
21 old, left
0 n. Inquire at my farm.—
Schaefer, R. 1. Rathdrum. It a u.
are : 4w 26-29
that Is an
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
hip and two
behind on the nigh side.
One dark brown colt about 2 years
hiod foot white, strap halter
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
Next to City Hull"®*
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
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We sell the best that grows In the line of fresh and smoked meats.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
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
Get the Genuine
in Every Cake
F, WENZ, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
In all Its latest branches by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
MILES F. EGBERS
attorney at law
Office In Ilathdruiu State Bank Building
RATHDRUM - IDAHO
C«rAt Spirit Lake Every Friday.^_
BERT A REED
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.
S. L. harnswoilb, Prop.
Hay, Grain and Feed. ■+
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hard wall
U/f?ei) You (Jo to bpoRa^e
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.
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Ofltoe With Independent Feed Store.
0. W. STONE
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
tW~ Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist,
MärTrcats diseases of all domestic
L. A. KRUGER
PWOrdors left at Evaim' Store will receive
— The Line with the Service
I RATHDRUM IRON WORKS l
4 Dnilcnt in A11 1 o mobil«' Ac',c' 0 M«iori«*M* himI y
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
Ship Your Cream to the
► AIK TESTS
rheck For Ein'li Can If You YVOh.
Butter Fut. Sweet «ßc.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Colds, Croup sad Whooping Cough.
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