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J >hn Beck of Spokane Brid e, Wash., was in Ratbdrjui on businest. Thursday. Mrs Libbie Dyer of Twin Fa Is visited at the home of Dr. and Mis D. F. Hollister ov?r Sunday. Miss Margaret Reed of Spokane visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hart last week. Mrs. C. L. Powell, who has been in a hospital at Spokane for several weeks, has returned to her home here Earl Brock spent part of New Year's day with his family in Rath drum. C. A. Martin was home from Rath drum to spend Christmas with bis family.—Newport Miuer. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Humphrey have moved to Blanchard where they have rented the Thompson farm. Claud Fryer of Corvallis, Ore., who has been visiting at the Layton home. Is quarantined with the influenza. Mrs. Margaret Scott, the principal of the grade school has returned from a vacation. Mrs. W. E. Chandler has returned from a visit with her daughter at Chewelah, Wash. W. E. Cisco of Chilco had a visit from bis son, who was home from Camp Lewis on furlough for Christ mas. I Miss Violet Packer bas returned from her borne at Harrison, and will resume teaching in tbe local schools next Monday. Miss Elise Papendiek arrived home Monday from Spokane, for a vacation from her work as student nurse in the Deaconess hospital. Harry Peters was in from Hauser yesterday on business. He reported his brother, Ed, quite ill in Spokane as the result of a relapse of influenza. J. M. Nickey, Mike Wentlandt and John Papendiek made a trip to the Hayden Creek Mining Co's property last Saturday and brought in part of the engine for repairs. Captain Bradbury, Grover Dere niore, Wui. White, and Frank Webster, in training at Camp Lewis, spent the holidays with relatives in Rathdrum. Mrs. J. L. Manwaring arrived from Valley,-Wash., last week for a visit with relatives. Her son. Karl Reioi ger, who is in the naval service at Bremerton, was visiting here over New Year's. Mrs. M. I. Cahill who has been at Ramsey, is now the N. P. night teiegrapber here, taking the place of L. J. Hartlerode who moved with his I family to Granite. William Sheffield who has been in training for the past three months at Camp Lewis, arrived borne Wednes day, having been discharged from the. service. ■■ James J. Waldecker and Carrie J. Davis, both of Rathdrum. were united in marriage at the Commercial hotel Dec. 23 by Justice A. M. Harris.—Newport Miner. I I ' Mr. and Mrs. P. Hoodgembozem of Spokane spent New Year's at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Biemond. Mrs. Hoodgembozem is a sjster of Mr. Biemt nd and will remain bore for a week. Sergeant Ira Crabtree who has been with an aero squadron in England, arrived in Rathdrum Mon day from Camp Lewis. He was discharged there last Saturday. Sergeant Crabtree was about to he sent to France when the armistice put a stop to the war. Ernest Pleger of Garwood reports I that his son, Rudolph, is in tbe rnili I tary camp at Alexandria, Va. He I was bound for service overseas but I the ship turned back in midocean K when news of tbe armistice was re ■ eeived. No news has come regarding 8 Mr. Pleger's son, Adolph, since he 8 was reported to have died of pneu 8 nmnia in France last fall. ! M ill! ll Write it 1919. Some Rath Irum folks watched the old year out and the new jear in. A daughter was born Satnr. ay Dec. 28, 1918, to Mr. and Mis. C. A. Culler. The Northern Pacific railway has changed the time on arrival of its trains in Rathdrum. New time card on another page in this issue. The Twentieth Century Readirg circle will meet with Mrs. H. A. Krueger next Wednesday afternoon. A large attendance is des' red. The mercury was hovering close around zero early Monday morning A little more snow has improved the sleighing in the vailey but there is still not enough fur good logging. Rathdrum lodge No. 72, I. 0.0 F., elected officers last Friday as follows: C. G. Lancaster, noble grand; F. L. Runyon, yice grand; C. W. Culp, recording secretary; F.L.Farnsworth, treasurer; Beernân Gaston, trustees. After three weeks, two new cases of inrfuenza appeared in Rathdrum. Both were promptly quarantined, one at Mrs. G. W. Sylvester's home, and the other a visiting student soldier at the M. B. Layton home. One case of varioloid is also under quarantine, The postofflce has received a supply of 1919 series of War Savings stamps, to sell from $4.12 during January, up to $4.23 in December, on the same basis as the 1918 series. The stamps bear the picture of Benjamin Frank lin and are printed in blue. They are payable on Jan. 1, 1924, at the maturity value of $5 each. The Rathdrum public library re ceived a book as a Christmas present Irora Mrs. C. W. Remer, the occasion also being the third anniversary of the library. Mrs. L. E. Tucker, librarian also wishes to extend appreciation for a book recently donated by Mrs. M. H. Bacon, and a I box of books by Mr. and Mrs. John Stine. The community church aid society met with Rev. and ûlrs. J. G Carrick Thursday afternoon. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were served. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Mary Post, president; Mrs. G. A. Laird, first vice president; Mrs. Ida Tyler, second vice president: Mrs. C. F. Lathrop, secretary; Mrs. Laura Thompson, treasurer. The society will meet with Mrs. Julia McNett, Jan. 16. Schools Will Re-open Monday, January 6th. The local schools will begin work again next Monday. It is urged that every pupil begin promptly on the first day and con tinue uninteruptedly the rest of the school year, says Supt. Swenson. The work will be so planned that the essentials will be covered in each subject. More intensive work will be required of pupils and regular attendance must be insisted on as every day will count. Parents can do much to encour age pupils to do more work at home than has previously been the case. Two hours of home study for High School students is im portant if they are to keep their work up to standard. Some must do even more »to complete their grade this year. However, those who do consistent hard work should have no fear as to promo tion. RED CROSS NOTES A special meeting is announced for next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Rest Room. At the last meet ing nor enoug members were present to transact business, and is very urgently desired that the members of Rathdrum Branch take more interest. A good attendance is wanted next Tuesday afternoon. The generous contribution to the Red Cross of 35 cents each bv a : 5 NO 20 -REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE RATNDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. ! AT RATHDRUM. IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF HCS1NESS. NOVEMBER 1st, 1918. -RESOURCES. Cash on hand..... Due from Hanks. .,.. Other Cash Items. Loans and Discounts. Overdrafts. Stocks, Bonds and Warrants.. Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures. Other Real Estate. f 8039.4<> 45721.75 ! . 108515.03 .00 .. 52045.70 .. 10203 42 .. 12775. 411 S 244.291.90 : Total -LIABILITIES Individual deposits subject to check. Savings Deposits.,. Demand certificates of deposit. Cashier's Checks.. Certified Checks. 133202 97 37935.12 32023.45 89.95 2 00 Total Deposits. Capital Stock paid In . Surplus fund. .. . Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest und taxes paid.. Total State of Idaho. County of Kootenai. — ss. I, R. E. Young. Cashier of thé above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. U. E. YOUNG. Cashier. Correct. Attest: Î203. 853.49 .* 25000.00 10000.00 5438.41 i 244,391.00 Subscribed and sworn to before me this l3lh day of November, 1918. I certify that l am NOT an officer or Director of this Bank. (Sbal) Miles F. Egbeis, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum. Idaho. STEWART YOUNG. FRANK WEN/,. Directors. wgigwwwiMMw wmmmmmrs\ Hard Wheat "Dia dem" Flour and Big Loaf, Can now bo pureha»ed at the Elevator of Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co. I1Ë AI.EltS 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 number of people of Rathdrum and vicinity to Mis. H. A. Knox, enabled her to turn in to that societi ih< sum of $15. Church Announcements M. E. CHURCH All services as usual at the Presby terian church next Sunday, except the Sund o'clock instead of 9:45. come on time. Morning subject, "Sin in the Be ginning." Evening will be given to Evange • listic, with special reference fur those who have boys in tbe service, Every father or mother of a soldier boy ought to be at this service. Come out and worship with us. J. G. Caruick, Pastoi School will be at. 10 Be sure aod v APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH At the M. E. church at lower Morning service, 11 a. m. Twin Lake Scboolhouse. The usual evening service at I M. H. Schweitzer, Pastor, j 7:30. Everyone welcome. LUTHERAN CHURCH. Service Sunday at 10:30 a m at the Buckel Scboolhouse, by Rev. A. O. Swinehart. Not Xilled In Action. The report in Wednesday's official casualty list, that Private Joseph Cossetti, Rathdrum, Idaho, was killed in action, is an error according' to friends here, who bave received two letters from Joseph Cozzetti of Rathdrum since hostilities ceased. In these letters he said he planned to family in Italy before returning to America, sumed a man of tbe same killed in action and that in looking up the record the official compilers made an error. Cozzel t.i wa* an I ' h ia ham* at I\'' 'T m Company C. 2 >1 lilat Alene in 1917. that organisa' mn afterwards merged with i lie visit bis It is pre name was S <•' ' j m d 11 I« » being 14Gtb Field artillery. Another Missing Soldier Found. Word has been received by P'rank Feoreto from Leonardo DeLuca stat ing that he was in a hospital at a camp in New Jersey recovering from b-ing gas-ed while serving at the front in F atme a I month ago as missiog in action. IIh wih -ennrteri a ■ The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., H I has the only Complete »Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai « County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is in reliable. m Next to City Hall"»* m mimi •i • Cœue d'Alene, Idaho. »?J1 h Â I* HI *1 mu I. sis We sell the best that grows in the line of fresh and smoked meats. JL R ATHDRUM MEAT CO. BUSINESS BRIEFS. Butter ' wrappers printed at The Tribune office, 500 for'$2; 1000 for $3 Smaller quantities prices.—ad v. at reasonable I \ A. A. BERGES is now equipped lu rebore auto engines, make new heads and rings, and do oxyacetelene weld ing. Recharging and batteries.»All work guaranteed. 32 30 rebuilding Quick Cure for Croup, Watch for the I hoarseness and first symptom, give Chamberlain's j Cough Remedy at once. It is prompt and effectual. PROFESSIONAL CARDS j 4 F. WENZ, M'.D. Physician aod Surgeon, J J « « < ; K AT111) RUM, IDAHO DENTISTRY In all Its latest branches by DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, EXAMINATION FREE II^AUO rathdrum I MILES F. EG-BERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Rathdrum State Bank Building HATH D14 41 91 I DA HO At Ppirit Lake Every Friday. ' BERT A RBED attorney-at-law Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. -Office 9—10 Wiggett Block Phone 48. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY D, D. DRENNAN ptyysieiarç arçd SurÇeorç ÖVSpeclal attention given to Diseases of Women and Children. COEUR D'ALENE. IDAHO \ I n : INDEPENDENT FEED STORE ! S. L. Farnsworth, Prop. Hay, Grain and Feed, d* Shingleg, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hardwall Blaster Rathdrum, Idaho. ! ! : ♦ ; Cufc, U/I?eij You (Jo to Sponge STOP AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat Electric Light, Hot and Cola Baths jentOOMS 50c aod up Opposite N. P. Depot. .* 6 POKANE, WASH. Dray Line S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR. Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIlL Co. Office with Independent Feed Store. RATHDRUM, IDAHO 0. W, STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMBALMED Rathdrum and Spirit Lake fSV Agent for Monumental work Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. «©"■Treats diseases of all domestic animals, Rathdrum, Idaho. !.. A. KRUGER DRAYMAN t*~OrUers left at Evans' Store will receive prompt attention. ■The Line witli the Service— RATHDRUM IDAHO ** j RATHDRUM IRON WORKS 1 4 Dealers ill Automobile .tn'asmirjcs »ml » Supplie* C. F. Borell Proprietor (Successor to I,. E. Kirkpatrick) J Automobile and Truck work in all its* I brandies. Remodeling and building of J 4 pleasure ears and trucks. Expert electri- > J cal work and Installing and repairing of* 4 starling, lighting and ignition systems J 4 and storage batteries. , J-Manufacturer of and dealer iu-'* 4 Stationary and Traction Engines. Harvest > 4 ingMachinery. Wagons. Sleighs. Farming * J Implements. Iron and 8teel. J Scientific Horëefilioeliifg -, * «1MMr V WV*Vf9* VV W V , V 4 ► « » « » < » « * I.» V Ship Your.Cream to the it I* 8®S (V » STANDPOINT, IDAHO FAIR TENTH PROMPT SETTLE31 ENTS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Bieter Fut, Sweet 70c. Soui 88c HONEST WEIGHTS Chamberlains Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.