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E GOOD On Every Purchase A square deal for every one. If the goods are not right, let know. If we please you, tell others. If not, tell us, and ,we will see that you are pleased. US #140.40» Av»j# -».WW# »*» pifc&w 4 ; ç WE THANK YOU ONE AND ALL For YOUR LAST MONTH'S PATRONAGE. YOURS FOR. A SQUARE DEAL, Reiniger Bros. Cash Grocery Rathdrum, Idaho. II C. H. Sheffield Was a visitor to Spokane Tuesday. Attorney Miles Egbers was in Spo kane on business Monday. Miss Violet Packer spent the week end at her home in Harrison. Earl Brock was a visitor from Spirit Lake, Saturday. Mrs. C. I. Sage visited this week with her son, Hugh, at Plains, Mont. Attorney G. L. IJeitmau was ovtr from Wallace the forepart of the week. - Trueman Sage is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sage. Otto Kiefer of Portland, Ore., visited at the home of bis mother I last Saturday. W. E. Morris, farmer of East Greenacres, was in Rathdrum yester day. ■ Levi Esch was in town yesterday from Otis, Wash., where he is help ing to farm his fathers place. Miss Dorothea Wenz spent the end of last week with her sister, Miss Jean Wenz. at Coeur d'Alene. L. D. Means was in town Thursday from Post Falls to attend the auction saleat Sencenbaugh's farm. Joseph Farr, who has been em ployed in the eastern states, arrived Saturday for a visit at his home in Rathdrum. Geo. V. Morris arrived home Mon day night from Yakima, Wash, stated Mrs. Morris would remain at Yakima for another week. He Mrs. Julia Poleson aud son, W. A. Pelesou, have returned from a trip to Vancouver, Wash., Portland, St. Helens, and the coast. ■ Mrs. Olive S. Melvin returned Sun day evening from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Short, at Tacoma, Wash. J. W. Ilurrell and son, who are employed in the woods near Tiger, Wash., visited Saturday and Sunday at their home in Rathdrum. L. A. Woolery returned to Butte, Moot., last Saturday Wiight on receipt <>f a telegram announcing that his lirtle.daugh'er, Alta, was ill with influenza. Mrs. C. II. Sheffield and Mrs. D. Z. Lyon went to Spokane Monday for medical treatment. They were ac companied by Mrs. W. 11/Cleland. m Help to keep down the high cost of living, by buying your supplies of the Farmers' Store.— J. J. Feely, manager.—ad v. The Rev. J. G. Carrick was called to Clarkston, Wash , on account tf the sickness of his father, but hopes to be hack Saturday night. Dr. D. F. Hollister who has been ill for the past several weeks, with an attack Of typhoid, is reported im proving. Levi Johnson returned from Camp Lewis, Wash., Monday evening, hav ing received his honorable discharge from the army. He visited relatives at Portland before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tucker and daughter, Mtrlie, arrived home Mon day night from a very enjoyable visit with friends and relatives at Ellens burg, Tacoma, Seattle, and other poiuts including Camp Lewis. At Ellensburg they visited Mr. and Mis. Win. Bortbwick, and met Will Ross, formerly of this locality. 38-42p >• The big snow has caused the price of butter fat to soar again. Next Monday evening the Rath drum village trustees are to meet in regular session to transact routine business. The Rathdrum school board has appointed C. F.Lathrop a trustee to succeed Mrs. F. L. Farnsworth, re signed. A new entertainment committee has been selected by Rathdrum camp, Modern Woodmen, and consists of Dr. (J. G. Farnsworth, Roscoe Satch well and N. II. Taylor. The stockholders of the Fraternal Building association held their annual meeting Tuesday night and elected the following directors for the ensuing year: W. II. Cleland, Stewart Young, F. G. Hart, Beeman Gaston and J. R. M. Culp. Memorial services in honor of Colonel Roosevelt were held Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church. Special music was provided. Speakers were F. A. Morris and W. E. Chandler. Come and look over our stock of supplies. We handle anything you want in Hardware; all Machinery supplies, Feeds and Flour, all Kinds of Groceries, Cured and Fresh Meats. We sell the best of everything that there is to he had. specials, but investigate our prices for your benefit.—VALLEY CENTER STORE.—adv.41 42p We have no QMâlMMlflMMMJWÆlMLMMl //////// f/ « s NO 20 -REPORT OE THE CONDITION OF THE s RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. AT RATHDRUM, IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NOVEMBER 1st, 1918. -RESOURCES. S s Cash ou hand. . Due from Banks. Other Cash Items. Loans and Discounts. Overdrafts. Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. Hanking House, Furniture aud Fixtures. Other Real Estate. * 8039 40 45721.75 108515.0;; ,w .. 52045.76 .. 16293 42 i2775.£9 $ 244.291.90 Total -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.. 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 tri^j to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. E. YOUNG. Cashier. Correct. Attest: 133202 97 37035.12 32623.43 89.96 .00 *308,853.49 .* 25000.00 10000.00 5438.41 I 944,291.90 swear that , Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of November. 191.8. I certify tbat I am NOT an officer or Director of this Bank. (Shad Miles F. Egbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum. Idaho. STEWART YOUNG. FRANK WEN/., Directors. WßWWWWVWWWVWlf» V'fWVWWWVW'é Hard Wheat "Dia dem'' Flour and Big Loaf, , Can now be purchased at the Elevator of 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 The loggers now have plenty of snow and are making use of it su far as they can. The farmers' féed hi'I is boosted, but the wluat is well protected and there is prom se of an abundance of moisture in the hi ils. There was a large attendance at the Methodist aid society meeting at the home of Mrs L. O. Swenson yesterday afternoon. Refreshments were served and a pleasant tim<' enjoyed. Mrs. Laura Thompson wiP be hostess at the meeting March 20. At a special mèeting Monday night the Rathdrum trustees grantel a petition of 51 citizens asking that the wreck of the old Heiber building be torn down. The board authorized Chairman Berges *#o lake up with Attoruey Egbers the complaints made concerning alleged flghting among some of the school boys on the streets. The Rathdrum Methodist church was represented at the big centenary convention in Spokane Thursday of last week by the pastor, the Rev. J. G. Carrick. and by Messrs. O. W. Stone, M. B. Layton and N. II. Taylor. All returned home enthused with the great movement on foot i throughout Methodism. : Paul Anders, Centralia, Wn., says that Dr. Mellenthin & Co. treated his 11 year old son for tonsils aid adenoids. Since taking the treatment the boy is cured and has gained in strength aud weight. Dr. Mellenthin & Co. will he in Spokane, Spokane hotel, Wed. Thus. Fri. Mar, 2(i, 27,28 hours 10 a m. to 4 p. m. adv 11 The pen is mightier thau the sword when it comes to making an obese hank balance look like 30 cents. For a Bad Cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It has stood the test of time and can be depend-id upon. BUSINESS BRIEFS. Three span horses for sale, weight from 2200 to 3500 to the span.—Win. Fisch, Garwood, Idaho. 39—41 p For Sale—Shorthorn Bull about 18 Ed Bradbury, Rathdrum. 39—41 p mos. old. adv. Ranch for sale or rent 40 acres, about 20 improved. House partly furnished. Good barns and other buildings. Inquire of Dave Cleland, Rathdrum. 41 tf The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd •f I has the only Complet « County. !»> reliable. ►Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai m Get your abstracts from a Company that ib Next to City Hail"®» e <« Ccetjb d'Alene, Idaho. ■r * « ft m a .V » f" ) im *y 119 . 771 We sell the best that grows in the line of fresh aud smoked meats. RATHDRUM M EAT CO. i Eggs from thoroughbred bright glowing Rhode Island Reds for sale from the best laying strain $2.00 for a setting of 15. W. W. Benuett, Rathdrum, Idaho. 39—42 LIBERTY TRIUMPHANT: WORLDS WAR Illustrated; Thrilling: Complete:«»pages; Price Postpaid #2.50: Also ROOSEVELT PIC TORIAL MEMOIRS; Same price, making $20 daily. • Either outfit 35c. quick.—NATIONAL PUBLISHERS (estab lished 1857) 728 Lakeside Bldg., Chicago. 38-42 Agents Order Eggs For Hatching from selected layers $2. per 15. Rhode Island Reds and Silver Lace -Wyandottes Poor hatches replaced at half price. Orders : filled in rotation as received. Call at home. W. A. POLESON, Rathdrum. Idaho PROFESSIONAL CARDS F. WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, KATHDKUM, ' IDAHO DENTISTRY In all its latest branches bj DR. D. F. HOLLISTER, EXAMINATION FREE RATIIUUUJtl IDAHO MILES F. EGBERS ATTORNEY AT LAW -notary public Office in Rathdrum State bank Building BATHDRUM PT'At Spirit Lake Every Friday. DAHO BERT A REED ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Cœur d'Alene, Idaho. --Office 9—10 Wiggott Block Phone 48. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY D, D- 'DRENI^AN ptyysieiai) apd Sur^eor) EB^Special attention given to Diseases of Women aud Children. CgpttR D A-ENE. I IDAHO r t ! INDEPENDENT : FEED STORE : ! S. L. Fainswoith, Prop. Hay, Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hardwall Plaster Rathdrum, Idaho. ! ! * I ! U/lpep You Cjo to fcpoKarçe STOP AT THE ARLINGTON HOTEL New Building. New Furniture, Steam heat Electric Light, J®*ROOMS 50c and up Opposite N. P. Depot. SPOKANE, Hot and Cola Baths WASH. Dray Line \ S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR. Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co. Office with Independent Feed Store. RATHDRUM, IDAHO 0. W. STONE UNDERTAKER -LICENSED EMEALMER Rathdrum and Spirit Lake I*"Agent for Monumental work Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist. WrTreats diseases of all domestic animals, Rathdrum, Idaho, L. A. KRUGER DRAYMAN Orders left at Evans' Store will receive prompt attention. —The Line with the Service— RATHDRUM I IDAHO ; RATHDRUM IRON WORKS 4 Dealers til Automobile Accessories ami Supplies C- F. Borell, Proprietor (Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick) J Automobile and Truck I branches. Remodeling and building of « pleasure cars and trucks. Export olectri J cal work and installing and repairing 0 starting, lighting and ignition systems and storage batteries. J-Manufacturer of and dealer in « Stationary and Traction Engines. Harvest J ing Machinery. Wagons, Sleighs, Farming Implements. Iron and Steel. -Scientific Horseshoeing_ »*»* »»»»»Jl « * * work in all Us of * « « Ivv **»v Ship Your Cream to the 9 !* SANDPOINT, IDAHO FAIR TESTS PROMPT SETTLEMENTS COURTEOUS TREATMENT Butter Fat. Sweet 63c. Soui G«c HONEST WEIGHTS I Chamberlains Cures Colds, Croup and Wh< ling Cough. '