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1 ■■ • ft V. Thompson visited
i-ilai ehard i be week
Win. lisch vvas in from Garwood
business yesterday.
Just, received a quantity of bee'
pulp at the Elevator.—adv.
TI G Reiniger was in
Ed ee il I ere the ttr-t of the week,
S. T Farr is home from Spokane,
ill with influenza.
Henry Vlebrnok was in town
business Monday.
M iss J ul a S' eel.
Hauser Lake school still
account of the influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen of Spo
kane, Wash., visited with Mrs. L E.
Franks Sunday afternoon.
Attorney (J. L. Heitman of Wallace
was a visitor in Rathdrum, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Remer of
Goeoarre-, Wash , visited relatives
in Rathdrum over Thanksgivine
Arthur Foster made a business trip
to Arlington, Oregon, last, Saturday.
returning h m ?h • fitst, of h we<
W 'bird MoDuffi - of Spokane, spec
- « I r < I \ wi'h his parents in Rathdrum
it •< vpilne for a tobacco com
pany
at
on
town from
on
the
reports
closed
on
s
' L. P I'ruobkn>d was in from the
Kt in n ck se-tfidav
He reports there
have been a few cases of flu In that
vicinity.
J. W Davis of Coeur ri'AFne ar
rived here last, week to spend the
winter at th'» home of his daughter,
Mrs Miles F Egbers.
Mi-' Minnie Girriet of Everett,
Wash , returned tn Rathdrum a week
ago to resume her du'ie- as dome-tic
science teacher.
Beet pulp can now he purchased at
the Elevator.—adv.
Miss Dorothea Wenz, who had re
sumed teaching at Spirit Lake
recently, came home this week on
account of Influenza.
II. II. Mitchell, Chas. Burroughs
of Athol, and Ruscoe Satchwell, left
Sunday morning for Priest lake oo a
hunting trip. They traveled by auto.
A. H. Richmond and family came
from their farm near Connell. Wash,
last week to spend the winter at their
home in Rathdrum.
W. H. Cleiand and F. L. Farns
worth have been summoned as jurms
in the federal court which convenes
at Coeur d'Alene Dec 12.
to
Henry Waddell, of
town
Mrs Waddell recently
Mr and Mrs.
Edgemere, visited relatives in
last week
received word that her brother, Lee
Davis of Altiion, had been killed In
the late fighting in France.
Zollie Waddell of the U. S. engin
to a Ralb
eers in France, writing
drum friend, stated at the close of
his letter that news of the signing of
the armistice bad just been received
at the point where he wa- stationed.
Mark W. Egbers, a soldier in tbe
91st division, writing to his sister,
Ruth Eubers, under date of
$
Miss
Oct 15, stated that he was under
He said he bad
fire while writing,
had several narrow escapes but tu d so
Eg c s re
\i
j "y
far •
Ci ived
k
y tl'ii- •'
Darwin Sage of tie 146th Artillery
writing from
France uoder
band,
A Most Attractive Combination
of taste, fragrance,
sir Bgth aad color in
Crescent
Cream
Coffee
tv
IÜ-1
raj
raj
Toffee,
Ask your
grocer
40c lb.
The Cream of All Coffee
(N-22)
l!
fl i'f «>/ Nov. 2,
a German airplane,
sent home a piece . f
which he says
was brought down within 200 yards
of 'be diurout
in which he
He wa- among the first, to
'he plane after it fell,
instances where
was
lora'ed
reach
He
reports
aviator- deliberately bombed
cm hospitals filled
Germao
Ameri -
wounded
with
meu who had to be removed.
P|i,
Rathdrum precinct W
ar Pavings
So nip quota is $12,000 which wa are
expected to raise in December.
There will be no school next week,
in Rathdrum, according to the local
school board,
school will start Dec. 16.
The honor flag earned by Rathd
pr> clüct in the fourth Liberty loan
subscription, arrived last week and Is
on display
window.
It is possible that the
rum
in the Evans' store
There was more snow Monday but
it disappeared quickly under the
m Id west wind accompanied by rain.
Tbe frost is gone and the roads are
somewhat muddy.
Notice was received this week by
Ernest Reiniger, local food represen
tative, that all sugar restrictions
have been removed by the food
administration.
After one week of freedom from
restrictions, the influenza emergency
ordinance in Rathdrum was put back
imo force again last Saturday even
ing, restoring the ban on church
s rvices, lodge meetings and public
gatherings in general. The action
wots taken because of the sudden
tppearance of eight or ten new cases
•finfluenza in the neighborhood.
We expect to be unloading a car of
alfalfa hay Friday and Saturday,
which will sell direct from the car at
$31 per ton. Rathdrum Grain &
Supply Co.
Would Keep Uniforms.
Mrs. W. E. Libby recently wrote to
Senator Borah urging that steps be
taken to allow returning soldiers to
retain their uniforms. Following is
the senator's reply:
United States Senate.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 29, 1918
My dear Mrs. Libby:
I have your letter in regard to
the boys retaining their uniforms. I
had not given this matter any con
sideration as it had not occurred to
me but 1 can see the strength and
propriety of your suggestion,
not know, Mrs. Libby, just what can
be done about it as I have only re
ceived your letter today and have not
had time to consult the Secretary of
War to see if your plans could be
carried out.
i*. can be done I shall be glad to help
bring it about. It would seem, as
you say, that these mementoes or re
membrances of a heroic cause ought
to be left with those who earned
Very respectfully.
WM. E. BORAH.
1 do
But I shall do so and if
them.
Mrs. W. E. Libby,
Post Falls, Idaho.
The executive council of the
Modern Woodmen of America,
Nov. 15, announced that new mem
bers may again be allowed to take
out in-urance up to $3000.
trie war the amount was
$ 1000 . __
Buy Orescent coffee and spices.
on
During
limited to
S TJKfflM&fißlflflflßlffl tl flSlg&L fSl 9Jg, <Hf
^ RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd.
NO 20
-KEFOBT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
AT RATHDRUM. IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF
NOVEMBER 1st, 1918.
RESOURCES._
BUSINESS,
Cash on hand. .
Due from Banks.
Other Cash Items.
Loans and Discounts..
Overdrafts.
Stocks, Bonds and Warrants.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Beal Estate.
* 8039.40
45721 75
. 108515.03
»9
.. 51945.76
.. 16293 42
.. 12775.4»
if 244.S91.flO
Total
-LIABILITIES
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings Deposit^.
Demand certificates of deposit.
Cashier's Checks.
Certified Cheoks... .
Total Deposits.
Capital Stock paid in .
Surplus fund........
Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid..
5
133203 97
37935.12
32623.45
89.95
2.00
i
£203,858.49
.# 25000.09
10000.00
6438.41
Total
$ 244,291 90
State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, —ss.
I, K. E. Young, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge anil belief.
R. E. YOUNG. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of November, 191H.
I certify that I am NOT an officer or
Director of this Bank.
(Seal) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho.
Correct. Attest:
STEWART YOUNG.
FRANK WENZ.
Directors.
OLYMPIC FLOUR
Together with the
SUBSTITUTES
You can buy'them at the Elevator of the
!
Kathdrnm Grain & Supply Co.
DEALERS IN
flay, 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
Missing In Action.
According tn word receiv'd
Rathdrum from Mrs H. IÎ - tf,
Plains, Mont., her brush r Ha
Hollar, son of Mr. and Mr- .1
Hollar, who formerly resid■.* I n o
east of Rathdrum, has been uiissin.
in action since Sept. 28. He is said
to have been last engaged in the
battle of the Argonne forest in
France.
Cooked Food Sale.
A cooked food sale is to be held ai
Reiniger Bros, store Satur lay after
noon to raise money needed to main
tain the Rest room. The women in
charge point out the great ad vantage?
to the town of having a rest room a
proven by the appreciation shown tn
the women of the town and vicinity
and many who stop in town while
traveling thru. It thus helps to give
the town a reputation for being
public spirited, euterprising and ac
commodating. Those who can he p
in this worthy object are requested ti
contribute cooked food for the sale
Saturday afternoon and thus aid in
making it a success. It is announced
that nothing will be sold tiefnre I
o'clock, the hour set for beginning
the sale.
f»"A large assortment of Christ
mas cards and children's booklets on
Big assort
28-30
sale at Post Office store,
ment of candies.
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
For rent.—The L. E. Kirkpatrick
house. Inquire of Mrs. C. I. Sage. 27
Set tif No. 4 sleighs to tr uie
logging sleds—medium weight pre
ferred.—Wiu. Fisch. Garwood, Idaho.
28-29p.
rm
For sale—Young pigs, $6 each —
C. G. Lancaster, Rathdrum, Ida.
27 28p.
Notice ' f Prob tc of
. I s8 -
State of Idaho.
County of Kootenai
In the Probate Court of said cno,
In the Matter of the Estato of Martin
Poleson, of Rathdrum. Kootenai Co., Idaho.
Deceased.
Pursuant to an Order of said Court, made
on the Fifth day of December. 1918. notice Is
hereby given that, Saturday Ihe 21st day of
December. 1818, at three o'clock. P. M of said
day, at the Court room of sai-1 Court, at the
Courthouse in the County of Kootenai. State
of Idaho.has been appointed as the time and
piace for proving the Will of said Martin
Poleson. Deceased, and for hearing the |
application of Julia E. Poleson. his wife, for
the Issuance to her of Letters Testamentary
when and where any person interested may i
appear and contest the same.
Dated the 5tb day of December, 1918.
M. G. WHITNEY, Clerk
(SEAL)
3t Dec. 6.13. 20.
WJflU
, = , The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd.,
}}8 lias tlie only Complete Set of Abstract Books in
in Kootenai m
County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is
reliable.
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Cceub d'Alene, Idaho.
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We -eii the best that tf'ivis ,n the line of fresh and smoked meats.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
Estray Notice
The following stock wa- falien
about Nov. 6, on my ranch: One bay
mare 10 yr old, with brand on right
iip and two Ret white, one front and
ne behind on the nigh side.
One dark brown colt about 2 years
old, left, hind foot white, strap halter
m. Inquire at, my farm— Richard
Sthaefer, Li l, Rathdrum. Idaho.
4w 26 29
up
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Get the Genuine,
and Avoid
Waste
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iP^Econorny
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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Physician and Surgeon,
HATHDRUM,
IDAHO
DENTISTRY
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In all its latest branches by
DR. I). F. HOLLISTER,
EXAMINATION ERBE
IDAHO
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RATHDRUM
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MILES F. EG-BERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW

-NOTARY PUBLIC
Office tn Rathdrum Stilt- Ban
l< Building
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Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
-Office 9—10 Wlggett Block
Rhone 48.
SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE3 A SPECIALTY
Is
of
the
the |
for
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D, D- DRENNAN
Ptyysieiat? aiyd Sur^eoi)
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RySpecinl attention given to Diseases of
Women and Children.
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INDEPENDENT
FEED STORE
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S. L. Farnsworth, Prop.
Hay, Grain and Feed. +
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hard wall
I'las ter
Rathdrum, Idaho.
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$

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U/I?erç You (Jo to spo^ape
STOP
AT
THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat
Eleetric Light, Hot and Cola Baths
B®"ROOMS 50c and up
Opposite N. P. Depot.
BPOKANE.
WASH«
Dray Line
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Office with Independent Feed Store.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
0. W. STONE
UNDERTAKER
-LICENSED EMEALMEB
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
R30 r "Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist.
ĮrTreats diseases of ail domestic
animals,
Ha thdrum.
Idaho.
L. A. KRUGER
DRAYMAN
tSSfOrders left at Evans' Store will receive
prompt attention.
Thu Line with the Service—
RATHDRUM
IDAHO
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; RATHDRUM IRON WORKS !
< Dealer» in Automobile Acce*«orie*i anil {
Supplie* I
4 C F Borell, Proprietor J
(Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick) »
J Automobile and Truck work In all Its *
(branches. Remodeling and building of J
« pleasure cars and trucks. Expert olectrl- )
J cal work and Installing and repairing of ►
4 starting, lighting and Ignition systems J
41 and storage batteries. p
4 Manufacturer of and dealer In
4 Stationary and Traction Engines. Harvest- p
J ing Machinery. Wagons. Sleighs. Farming ►
J Implements. Iron and 8 teel. ?
Scientific IlorüeHlioeiiigf —— f
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SANDFOINT, IDAHO
HONKST WEIGHTS
FAI K TESTS
PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Check For Each Can If You Wish.
Rutter Eat. Sweet 65c. Sout 63c
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Chamberlain s Cough Remedy
Cures Colds. Croup and Whooping Cough. * _

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