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The Rathdrum tribune. (Rathdrum, Idaho) 1903-1963, December 13, 1918, Image 3

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Alfalfa Hay
Will Sell, Direct fromThtTc^
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
DEC. 13th and 14th
AT
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$ 31.00 PER TON
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If you wish us to deliver it, drayage
will be added.
Come promptly, or send in your orders
without delay. Winter has set in and
feed is in demand.
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
M. B. LAYTON, Mgr.
a

Chas. Waggoner of Post Falls,
in town Tuesday.
Mis9 Stella Hurrell has returned to
Spokane.
George and Clarence Woolery
hunting at the head of Twin lakes.
Mr. and Mr9. J. W. Post
Spokane visitors one day this week.
E. S. and R. M. Swift have rented
the Carl Nicolai house.
Frank Mitchell is reported recover
ing from an operation in a Spokane
hospital.
George Albert has been busy lately
hauling cedar poles from the Nelms
place.
Frank Erickson, a woodsworker
from Hauser lake, is ill at the county
hospital, where he was received last
Saturday.
Nels Nelson delivered a load of
surplus potatoes in town last Satur
day at $1.25 per cwt. This is 75
ceuts cheaper than at digging time.
D. W. Kelly, representing the
Washington Tire & Rubber Co., of
Spokane, was in town Tuesday on
business.
Harry J. Bradbury, embarking In
general farming, plans to deal in
livestock and sell poultry, butter,
eggs and wood as a business.
Mrs. Margaret Scott has taken the
principalship of the Spirit Lake
school during the absence of Miss
Dorothea Wetrz for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Iryan Feely and
family arrived in Rathdrum this
week from their farm near Mussel
shell, Mont. They will spend the
winter on their place on the prairie.
A. Ulbright and son, Amel, were
up from Hauser lake Saturday. Mr.
Ulbright stated that bis daughter,
Mrs. Perry Krebs, and family in Spo
kane were ill with influenza.
was
are
were
James Lavin, who was in town
Monday from Spokane, reported that
bis brother, Tom, wrecked on the
Tuscania a year ago, is back in New
He eolisted in the engineers
York.
A Real Economy
Bread making becomes a
pleasure===fallen bread
or cake is unknown with
Crescent Baking Powder.
20 per cent greater
energy insures light
delicious bread from
all flours:
Grocers sell it—
25c lb.
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(B-345)
but bas been incapacitated by in
juries received on the Tuscania.
Have you seen those Christmas
booklets and cards at F. II. Brad
bury's store? Call early and make
your selections and avoid the rush. It
to
of
of
was
are
I#
The churches and lodges are chaf
ing under the flu ban.
Second Liberty converted bonds are
ready for delivery at the Rathdrum
State bank.
The outdoors look like Christmas.
Snow has fallen this week to a depth
of about three inches.
Tax notices have been arriving the
last few weeks. As heretofore, the
privilege of paying one-haif on or
before Jan. 1, is granted.
A regular business meeting of the
Civic club will be held in the Rest
room at 2:30 tomorrow (Saturday)
afteruoou.
No new influenza cases have been
reported in town since the 4lb, but a
number of cases are reported on the
prairie, brought in from outside
points.
The Ci vie club extends thanks to
those who contributed to the cooked
food sale, last Saturday afternoon for
the benefit of the Rest room, also to
Mr. Reiniger who donated the use of
his show window. The proceeds of
the sale were $32.
The name of Sergeant Everett R.
Hollar of Ovando. Mont., was pub
lished in the U. S. official casualty
list of Dec. 5, among the missing in
action. This is the former Rath
drum boy whose relatives were recent
ly informed that he had been missing
since Sept. 28, when he was engaged
in the battle of the Argonne forest.
Some subscribers to the fourth
Liberty loan in this precinct are not
meeting their payments promptly,
aud the Tribune is informed that if
back^paymenturare not made without
delay the delinquents will forfeit
their bonds and what they have paid
on them.
The initial payment was
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2 Nt * REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE_
* RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd.
AT RATHDRUM. IN THE STATE OF IDAHO,
Business, November i*t,
■RESOURCES._-I
AT THE CLOSE OF
1918.
Cash on hand .
Due from Banks.
Other Cash Items.
Loans and Discounts.
Overdrafts,.
Stocks, Bonds and Warrants.
Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate.
I 8039.«
45721.76
*
. 108615.03
.90
52946.5«
10293 42
12776,49
Total
S 244.291.90
-LIABILITIES
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings Deposits.
Demand certificates of deposit.
Cashier's Checks.
Certified Checks.
Total Deposits.
Capital Stock paid In .
Surplus fund.
Undivided Profits, less expenses. Interest and taxes paid..
133202 97
37935.12
32623.45
89.95
2.00
Î203, 853.49
.1 25000.00
10000.00
5438.41
$ 244,291 90
Total
State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, —ss.
ï, R. E. Young, Cashier of the abovo named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief l " at
R, E. YOUNG. Cashier.
Correct. Attest!
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13lti day of November, 1918.
I certify that I am NOT an officer or I STEWART YOUNG
Director of this Bank. | FRANK WENZ ' .. .
(Seal) Miles F. Kgberg, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum Idaho 6U r
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OLYMPIC FLOUR
Together with the
SUBSTITUTES
You can buy them at the Elevator of the
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
It
DEALERS IN.
flay, G rain, Mill-feeds, Flours, Corn meal,
Beans. Pop corn. Stock Salt, Poultry Sup
plies, Poultry aud Stock Remedies, Cem
ent, Wall Plaster. Lime,
COAL, WOOD AND POSTS
LUMBER AND SHINGLES
Feed grinder in connection. Phone 4 W
a
10 per cent. The second payment
due in November was 20 per cent.
The third payment is another 20 per
cent, which should be paid at the
bank on or before Dec. 14, in order
that the bank can send it to San
Francisco before the 19th, the date
flxed by the government. Final pay
ment on bonds can be made on or
before any payment dat Q . provided
the few cents accrued interest on
deferred payments is included
Nonpartisan leaguers of Idaho were
represented last week at a convention
of the league at St. Paul, where
delegations from 13 states met to
discuss questions of policy, extension
into other states, and to elect officers
and check over accounts. The dele
gation from Idaho wae W. G. Scholtz,
O. M. Thomas, Riley Rice, Fred
French, C. W. Booth aud James
Gillispie. They expected to start
back to Idaho last Saturday, accord
ing to league headquarters. The
convention is reported to have re
elected A. C. Townley, president of
the league.
The senate has reduced the esti
mates of the house revenue bill from
over eight billions to slightly less
than six billions of dollars.
FOB CROUP.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
splendid for croup," writes Mrs.
Edward llassett, Frankfort, N. Y.
"My children bave beeo quickly re
lieved of attacks of this dreadful
complaint by its use." This remedy
contains no opium or other narcotic,
and may be given to a child as confi
dently as to an adult.
Dec.
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
The L. K. Kirkpatrick
house. Inquire of Mrs. C. 1. Sage. 27
For rent.
Set of No. 4 sleighs to trade for
logging sleds—medium weight pre
ferred.—Wm. Fisch. Garwood, Idaho
28-29 p.
Notice to Creditors.
I ss.
State of Idaho
County of Kootenai J
Estate of John Cogan. Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given by the undersign
ed Administratrix of the Estate of John
I'ogan. deceased. to the creditors
of. and all persons having claims against
the said deceased, toexhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within Four mouths
after the first publication of this notice, to
the said Administratrix at her Residence at
Hauser Junction. Kootenai Co.,
the same Itelng the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate, In
the County of Kootenai, State of Idaho.
Dated this 10th day of December, 1918,
MARY COGAN
Administratrix.
5 t—Dec. 13, 20,27,1918. Jan 3, 10, 1910.
Idaho,
Bbrt A. Reed,
Atty for Estate.
The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., |
has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai JJtt
County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is JJtt
reliable. Next to City Hail"«« Iff)
Cceub d'Alene, Idaho.
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We sell the best that grows !u the line of fresh aod
sm iked meats.
rathdrxjm meat co. '
J. D. Baughman, democratic
didate for superintendent of schools
in Kootenai sounty, at the last elec
tion, died at his home in Harrison
Monday of this week.
can
on
He succumbed
to a virulent attack of Spanish in
fluenza.
His entire family, consist
ing of wife and several children,
suffering from the same disease and
are
may not survive.
Buy Crescent cotlee and spices.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
F. WENZ, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RATHDRUM,
IDAHO
DENTISTRY
In all its latest brauche« by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
EXAMINATION FREE
RATHDRUM
IDAHO
MILES F. EG-BERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-NOTARY PUBLIC
Office in Rathdrum State Bank Building
RATHDRUM - IDAHO
WAt Ppirit Lake Every Friday.
BERT A REED
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
-Office 9—10 Wlggett Block
Phone 48.
SETTLEMENT 0E ESTATES A SPECIALTY
D, D. DRENNAN
pi?ysieiar> ai)d Sur^eoi)
CS^Speclal attention given to Diseases of
Women and Children.
COEUR D'ALENE. IDAHO
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INDEPENDENT
FEED STÖRE
S
S. L. Farnswortn, Prop.
Hay, Grain and Feed.
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hardwall
Plaster
Rathdrum, Idaho.
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U/I?ei? You (Jo to Spoilage
STOP
AT
THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat
Electric Light,
Hot and Cola Baths
«©BROOMS 50c and up
Opposite N. P. Depot
SPOKANE.
WA 6 H.
Dray Line
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Office with Independent Feed Store.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
O. W. STONE
UNDERTAKER
-LICENSED EMEALMER
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
HF" Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. fl. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist.
««"Treats diseases of all domestic
animals,
Rathdrum,
Idaho,
L. A. KRUGER
drayman
!? ft at Evans' Store will reçoive
prompt iittcotioii,
—The Line with the Service—
RATHDRUM
IDAHO
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j RATHDRUM IRON WORKS*!
J Dealer» In Automobile Accessories, «nil {
Supplies
4 C F. Borell. Proprietor -
J (Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick)
J Automobile and Truck work In all 11 « 4
4 branches. Kemodcliug and building of Î
< Pleasure cars aud trucks. Expert electri- I
Joui work and Installing and repairing of ►
2 starting, lighting and Ignition systems !
and storage batteries. »
4 -Manufacturer of and dealer in_►
4 Stationary and Traction Engine«. Harvest »
J ln 8 Machinery, Wagon«, Sleigh*. Farming *
t Implement«. Iron and Steel. .*
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Cores Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. *

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