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What Men Know, But
Don't Tell Their Wives
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Cvery man knows that a woman can make a dollar go
twice as far as he can—but will he admit it? He
also knows that he ought to see to it that the wife has
the ready money to buy the Groceries, then her
natural gift of driving a bargain will exert itself and she
will buy the Groceries Here where she can buy
the Best for the Least.
G ur business last Saturday taxed us to the utmost
in some cases our service was not what we want
it to be. But we are trying to get things on a systematic
basis So we may be able to serve you in the best way
possible. In. the meantime if every thing is not all right
just call 22 W. and it will be made all right.
and
Reiniger Bros.
Cash Grocery
Rathdrum, Idaho.

Mr. and Mrs. John House were
Rathdrum visitors this week.
W. A. Hart left Monday for a trip
to Yakima, Wash.
Mrs E. H. Bradbury has returned
from a visit at Walla Walla, Wash.
H. H. Mitchell and son, E. J.
Mitchell, visited in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waddell were
visitors from Edgemere this week.
Mrs. W. E. Chandler left Wednes
day for a visit with a daughter in^
Canada.
Miss Grace McLellan of Eight Mile
Prairie, was a visitor in Rathdrum
this week.
The Independent Feed Store will
receive a car of alfalfa hay today.—
adv. 42.
M. 13. Layton is out again after
being confined to his home a few days
by illness.
Mrs. G. W. Flemming and son,
Zollie Waddell, were visitors to Spo
kane this week.
Attorney Miles Egbers was attend
ing to professional business in Spo
kane the forepart of the week.
Joel Hindman, special agent of the
N, P., was in Rathdrum last Friday
morning on business.
Mrs. Williams of St. Maries suc
ceeds Miss Galvin as chief operator in
the Rathdrum telephone office.
A. O. Skinner and son Paul,
turned to Rathdrum last Friday from
Midvale, Idaho, where Mr. Skinner
has been managing an electric plant.
Mrs. W. II. Edelblute was in towu
from Spokane last Friday and stated
she expected soon to reoccupy her
home here.
Miss Marian Laird came home from
lone, Wash., her school having been
closed for a week on account of in
fluenza.
Mrs. J. S. Woolery arrived home
last Friday from Outlook, Wash.,
where her daughter, Miss Faye
Woolery, who was quite ill with in
fluenza, is now convalescent.
Mrs. R. R. McBride and children
left Wednesday on their return to
Gleichen, Alberta, after spending the
winter with Rathdrum relatives.
Robt. C. Hite has been discharged
from the military service and is home
again. He was stationed in Texas
the greater part of the time.
Leonardo De Luca is back from the
army. He served on the western
front and had some exciting experi
ences In the battle of the Argon ne.
re
Mrs. William Foster visited her
brother, E. E. Reinhart, and two
sisters, Mrs. Chas. McDonald gnd
Mrs. S. C. Shaver, at Coeur d'Alene
this week.
Henry Schuldt arrived home yester
day from demobilization camp,
was returned recently from France
where he served in the American
drive until severely wounded.
Mrs. O. W. Craney of Swan Lake,
Mont., and Mrs. Ruth Carver of St.
Louis, Mo., were guests of their
sister-in-law, Mrs. R. R. McBride,
from last Friday to Wednesday of
this week.
Help to keep down the high cost
of living, by buying your supplies of
the Farmers' Store.— J. J. Feely,
38-42p
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manager.—adv.
John Blaylock from Cunningham,
Wash., was here Thursday and went
to Wallace, in hope of Unding his
son. Jesse, who has been lost since he
disappeared while hunting six years
ago.
The Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
has completed changes and the feed
mill at the Elevator is in operation
again at full capacity.—adv. 42.
Dr. O. G. Farnsworth, veterinarian,
finds himself consderably bandi
capped by the snow and bad road
conditions in making calls to the
outer limits of his territory.
Mrs. Fred Bradbury has received
word from her uncle, A. J. Rusho,
saying he had sold out at Yakima,
Wash., and was moving to Astoria,
Oregon, to reside. Mr. Rusho is well
known to the old timers of this part
of Idaho, having resided here, and
in Spirit Valley many years ago.
F. B. Chambard has been carrying
mail a part of the time under ditfij
cullies, owing to the heavy snow. He
has been making the Ramsey district
by train each morning and driving
his rig to the head of Twin lakes in
the afternoons.
Will Ashley, lately of the IJ. S. S.
St. Louis, writes to his parents at
Pack River, that after spending some
time in barracks at Hingham, Mass.,
he has been placed on the ship
After experiencing a
Kimberly,
stormy week at sea they were in New
York for a week for repairs before
leaving for the great Daval review at
Cuba.
Miss Bristol, a superintendent of
the Ellison-White Chautauqua festi
val, was entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Schaefer last
Sunday. Miss Bristol and
Schaefer are old time acquaintances,
both their former homes being in
Scballer, Iowa.
Mr.
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* RATH DRUM STATE BANK. Ltd.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
$
AT RATH DRUM, IN THE STATE OF IDAHO. AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS, MARCH 4th, 1910.
-RESOURCES.
51
Cash on hand.
Due from Banks...
Other Cash Items.
Loans and Discounts.
Overdrafts.
Stocks, Bonds and Warrants.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate. r: .
Total
I 8.171.:«
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325 70
. 108071.01
24.5H
.. 90718.00
.. 10826 30
.. 11275 10
$ 221,205 .'»5
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-LIABILITIES
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings Deposits.
Demand certificates of deposit.
Certified Checks. . ..
100610 39
400:14.34
32238 70
257.50
Total Deposits_
Capital Stock paid in
Surplus fund..
Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid..
Total
1185,141.02
.* 25000.uy
10000.00
1154.53
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State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, —ss.
I, R. E. Young, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
R. E. YOUNG. Cashier.
Correct. Attest:
Subscribed and sworn to before me
tbls 1311) day of March 1919.
1 certify that I am NOT an officer or
Director of this Bank.
(Seal,) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Publio, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho.
STEWART YOUNG.
FRANK WENZ.
Directors.
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Hard Wheat "Dia
dem" Flour and Big
Loaf,
Can now be purchased at the Elevator of
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
t>KAI,KRS IN
Hay, Grain. Mill-feeds, Flours, Corn meal,
Beans, Pop corn. Stock Sait, 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
in
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The Odd Fellows lodge will meet
in regular session this evening.
The Rathdrum Meat company
shipped a car load of cattle to the
Spokane markets last Friday.
Robins have appeared 1 in this
viciuitv and wild geese have been
heard honking on their northward
migration.
The Methodist aid so iety will
meet with Mrs. Wenz March 20,
instead of Mrs. Thompson, as hereto
fore announced.
Seventeen citizens of Rathdrum
and vicinitv signed the contract to
secure the return of the Chautauqua
festival next fall.
The chinuok and occasional rains
are reducing the soow* very percept
ably each day. Hawever there is
enough lu the woods to last several
weeks.
A regular meeting uf the Modern
Wôodmen will be held Saturday
evening, March 15. The Royal
Neighbors will als » meet Saturday
evening. i
The Diamond Match company has
been making good use of the snow to
get lumber out from the mill in the
upper Twin Lake district. Fourteen
teams have teen kept busy for two
weeks or more.
Word was received this week by
friends of Miss Sarah E. Willis, a
former Rathdrum teacher, that she
was married at her home in James
ville, Minn.,
James Rhea McDowell,
Jan. 11 1919, to Lieut.
Come and look over our stock of
We handle anything you
Hardware; all Machinery
supplies.
want
supplies, Feeds and Flour, all Kinds
of Groceries, Cured and Fresh Meats.
We sell the best of even thing that
therd is to Vie had.
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We have no
specials, hut investigate our prices for
your benefit.—VALLEY CENi.EE
STORE.—adv.41 42p
About 100 persons attended the M.
M. Seoceubaugh sale west of town
Thursday of last week. The sale
which was cried by O. G. Farnsworth,
was a success, according to Mr.
Sencenbaugh, notwithstanding the
The cows brought from
deep soow.
$50 to $80 a bead. The machinery
sold well.
The local Red Cfoss shop will be
open Saturday afternoon for probably
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The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd
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lias the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai
County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is
reliable.
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Cceub d'Alene, Idaho.
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We sell the best that grows in the line of fresh and smoked meats.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
the last time, as no dor ati ms are
now being received. Everything in
the shop will be sold at 5 and 10 cents
except the following: Cr< chet bed
spread, baby walker, pair ladies'
shoes, and hand pieced star quilt. If
the shop is not open at any time per
sons wanting these articles
requested to call on the president or
vice president, who will be glad to
show them.
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Fur a Bad Cold.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
It has stood the test of time and can
be depended upon.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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F, WENZ, M. D.
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Physician and Surgeon,
RATHDRUM«
IDAHO
DENTISTRY
In all Its latest branches by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
EXAMINATION FREE
RATHDRUM
:
IDAHO
MILES F. EGBERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-NOTARY PUBLIC
Office in Rathdrum State Bank Building
RATHDRUM - IDAHO
ta? - At Ppirit Lake Every Friday.
BERT A REED
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
—Office 9-10 Wiggett Block
Phone 48,
SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES A SPECIALTY
0, D- DRENNAN
ptyysioiai) arçd Sur^eor?
0F"Special attention given to Diseases of
Women and Children.
COEUR D'A .ENS.
IDAHO
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INDEPENDENT
FEED STORE
S. L. Farnsworth, Prop.
Hay, Grain and Feed. 4»
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hardwall
Plaster
Rathdrum, Idaho.
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STOP
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THE ARLINGTON HOTEL
New Building. Now Furniture, Steam heat
Electric Light, Hot and Cola {laths
I&*ROOMS 50c and up
Opposite N. P. Depot.
SPOKANE,
VJA&M.
Dray Line
S. B. McCHEYNE, PROPR.
Distributor for CONTINENTAL OIL Co.
Office with Independent Feed Store.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
0. W. STONE
UNDERTAKER
-LICENSED EMBALMER
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
Agent for Monumental work
Dr. 0. 6. Farnsworth
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist.
ÉÔ?*Treats diseases uf all domestic
animals,
Rathdrum,
Idaho.
L. A. KRUGER
DRAYMAN
t-W"(> rile ru left at Evans' Store will receive
prompt attention.
—The Line with the Service—
RATHDRUM
IDAHO
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\ RATHDRUM IRON WORKS f
Dealt: rt* In Automobile AcrusHorlus a ml »
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Supplies
C. F. Borell, Proprietor
(Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick)
Automobile ami Truck work in all its >
branches. Remodeling and building of J
pleasure ears and trucks. Expert electrl - »
cal work and Installing and repairing of ►
starting, lighting and Ignition systems J
and storage batteries.
-Manufacturer of and dealer in
Stationary and Traction Engines, Harvest »
ing Machinery. Wagone, Sleighs. Farming ►
Implemente. Iron and Steel.
-Scientific Horseshoeing -
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FAIR TESTS
PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Butter Fat, Sweet 62c. Soui 60c
HONEST WEIGHTS
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.

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