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The Rathdrum tribune. (Rathdrum, Idaho) 1903-1963, May 09, 1919, Image 3

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IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT THE QUALITY
of eatables you serve and at the same time wish to buy as
economically as possible, you will do well to patronize our
store.
REMEMBER, too, PROMPTNESS and COURTESY are com
bined with HIGH QUALITY AND REASONABLE PRICES to
make it a pleasure to trade here.
Reiniger Bros. Cash Grocery
Rathdrum, Idaho.
LOOK
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Geo. R Woolery was home from
Coeur d'Alene over Sunday.
Miss Violet Packer visited at her
home in Harrison last Saturday.
Rant Satchwell is teaming in the
Ilauser Lake district.
Emil Wendler is employed in a
mill at Coeur d'Alene.
Albert Charlton bas had a new
roof put on his house.
Henry Waddell is loading poles for
S T. O'Donnell at Spirit Lake.
E. J. Andrews of Athol, was- in
Rathdrum yesterday on business.
Miss Ruth Cady has resigned her
position as clerk in the postofflce.
Oliver Douglas and two children
were in Rathdrum Monday from their
home near Athol.
C. B. Sanders enjoyed a visit from
his mother, who left last Tuesday for
California, accompaoied by her sister.
W. E. Chandler
Prof, and Mrs.
have moved into the Dora House
residence, which they have rented for
a year.
Mrs. Dora House leaves shortly for
a month's visit with friends at
Kamiah. She will visit her sou, at
Malden, Wash., on the way.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Waddell ar
rived last Friday on their return from'
a visit with relatives at Meridian, in
southern Idaho.
mguCbevrolet 490, for sale at the
Farnsworth garage, Rathdrum.
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F. O. Hill is assessing property on
the Rim rock
the prairie and in
district, using a bicycle to make the
rounds.
Andrew Tofte of Athol was in
Rathdrum last Friday from his farm,
which is situated over near Belmont.
He reports good crop prospects.
Mrs. Martha Bennett was over from
Post Falls last Friday to attend the
funeral of her sister, Mrs. Sarah
Satchwell.
F. L. FARNSWORTH
GARAGE ^
IDAHO
RATHDRUM
Ford Authorized Service Station
I carry a complete line of Ford extras and
General repair work of all
We tow you in and repair
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accessories.
kinds.
Phone No. 41
NUht calls 42J
your cars.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gaston's little
daughter is to be taken to Spokane in
a few days to receive medical treat
ment.
J. F. Oliver of Grangevllle was in
Rathdrum Monday and Tuesday and
visited the M. W. of A. in his
capacity as deputy for the northern
district.
Mrs. Ann E. Wilson of Spokane,
was a visitor in Rathdrum this week.
Mrs. Wilson has purchased the
property of the L. A. Berry estate in
Forest Grove addition.
Mrs. Duncan McCuaig attended
the golden wedding celebration of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M 1 1
bee, at Barrie, Ontario, on April 12.
Mrs. C. I. Sage received a box of
war souvenirs last Friday from her
son, Corporal Darwin Sage, who is in
Germany. The box contained a cap
tured leather dress helmet, knife,
buttons, pieces of shrapnal, etc.
Lost—Iu the vicinity of Rathdrum
a Beaver scarf. Finder please return
to this office and receive liberal
50 It
reward.
Frank Mitchell was down from
Blanchard last week. He has finished
clearing and put
eight acres of new
Thompson place since he went on it
this spring.
into cultivation
land on the
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Eilert and
who
children of Winona, Wash.,
visited Mrs. Eilert's mother
brother at Edgemere the forepart of
and
the week, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Young in Rathdrum over the
week-end.
town Saturday
He states that his
and Mrs. R. M. Hurt,
R. F. Hurt was in
from Athol.
parents, Mr.
ho recently lost their home by fire,
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They
have not decided to rebuild,
nearly lost their lives in the Are,
of their sons,
being rescued by one
who made his way upstairs to them
and flame. House
a total loss, as
thru the smoke
and contents were
there was no insurance.
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd.
AT RATHDRUM, IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS, MARCH 4th, 1919.
-RESOURCES.
Cash on hand.. .
Due from Ranks...
Other Cash Items.
Loans and Discounts.
Overdrafts...
Stocks, Bonds and Warrants.
Ranking House. Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate.
Total
.. I 8474.:«
. 44977.77
326.7«
. 108Ö7I.91
24 94
.. 30718.9«
.. lftlïiria«
.. 11275 49
i 221.296 55
-1,1 ARIDITIES
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings Deposits.
Demand certificates of deposit.
Certified Checks.
Total Deposits.
Capital Stock paid In .
Surplus fund..
Undivided Profits, less expenses, ioterest and taxes paid..
Total
State of Idaho, County of Rootenal. —ss.
I, K. F,. Young, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly s
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
R. E. YOUNG. Cashier.
Correct. Attest:
100(110 39
4110.14..'14
32238 79
257.50
9185,141.02
.$ 26000,00
10000.00
1154.53
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swear that
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this Will day of March 1919.
I certify that I am NOT an officer or
Director of this Bank.
(Seal) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Publie, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho.
STEWART YOUNG.
FRANK WENZ.
Directors.
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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
Don't forget the program at the
Community church this evening.
Born, April 28th, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Weber of Ramsey, a sou.
Rathdrum baseball team won its
first game of the season last Sunday
afternoon on the local diamond.
Hillyard took the losing end of the
score.
The equipment of the old Star
barber shop have been purchased and
removed to Spirit Lake by Geo.
Fallis.
Mrs. N. H. Taylor will he hostess
to the Twentieth Century Reading
circle, Wednesday afternoon, May 14
The Civic club will meet at the
Rest room Saturday afternoon, May
10. All members are urged to he
present.
The front of A. A. Berges' garage
has made a very noticeable change of
appearance, due to the application of
a liberal coat of paint iu flashy colors.
The newly elected village trustees
have taken the oath of office, and
will organize for the transaction of
business at the regular meeting next
Monday evening.
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of Rathdrum
The degree team
M. W. of A., conducted an
caui p,
initiation ceremony at Spirit Lake
Tuesday evening, Eighteen members
of Rathdrum camp attended.
No particular damage has been
reported from Rathdrum prairie from
the heavy fr-st of last Friday night,
altbo cherry blooms
vanced.
Spokane, prunes, peaches and some
early apples are reported injured.
The members of Rathdrum lodge
No. 73, 1 O O F , will he hosts to
their families and invited friends at
a social session tonight, (May 9,)
after the regular meeting. This is in
observance of the Order's 100th anni
versary. Visiting members are in
vited to be present.
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Down the valley toward
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|gy*Chevrolet 490, for sale at the
adv
Farnsworth garage, Rathdrum.
Rathdrum was represented at the
Sunday School convention in Spokane
this week by Misses Edna Layton,
Ruth Egbers, Dorothy McCoid; Rev.
and Mrs. J G Carrick, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Sanders; Mrs. II. B. Barnes,
Mrs. L. O Swenson and Mr. Oliver
, Carrick.
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Held Annual Party
The Twentieth Century Reading
circle held their annual party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Young,
Friday evening of last week.
A three-course dinner was served
at 6:30, covers being laid for forty
live. The Circle flower,—carnation—
in red and while, made an attractive
center for each table, and the Circle
colors—lavender and white—were
shown in the place cards. While
dinner was beiug served, Miss Ferne
Carrick entertained the guests with
piano selections. Misses Egbers,
Layton, Krueger and McCoid assisted
in s< rving.
At 9 o'clock a program of songs
and readings was given, Mrs. L. A.
Kruger, president of the Circle, an
nouncing each number on the
program. Those taking part wera
Misses May Berry, Ruth Egbers,
B'erne Carrick, Edna Layton, Shirley
Krueger, Dorothy McCoid, Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Taylor and Mrs. Kruger.
Mrs. D. D. Drennan favored the
guests with a history of the Circle
since its organization in 1906.
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School Teachers For Next Term. *
The complete list of instructors
who have contracted to teach in the
Rathdrum schools next term, is re
ported by Clerk Miles F. Egbers as <
follows:
High School— L. O. S A-enson, super
intendent; W. E. Chandler, Pearl
Brier, Minnie Garriets.
Grade School—Lucile Lundy, Edna
Layton, Delcie M. Berry, Berdena
Robertson and Geraldine Irwin,
There remains one teacher to he
elected for the 8th grade.
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ABOUT KHEU3IATISM
Rheumatism causes more pain and
suffering than any other disease, for
the reason that It is the most common
of all ills, and it is certainly gratify
ing to sufferers to know that there is
a remedy that will afford relief, and
make rest and sleep possible. It is
called Chamberlain's Liniment.
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RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., ||
has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books iu Kootenai
W County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is
W reliable.
Next to City Hall"®*
Cceub d'Alene, Idaho.
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FEED STORE
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Hay, Grain and Feed. -+
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hardwall
Plaster
Rathdrum, Idaho.
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CARD OF THANKS
To all friends and neighbors we
wish to extend our thanks for iheir
sympathy, help and floral offerings
during the sickness and death of our
beloved mother.—Satchwell family.
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Kind words never die; if they did,
1 probably they would be more appre
ciated.
FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE.
As soon as possible after the injury
is received get a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment and follow the plain
printed directions which accompany
adv.iuy
the bottle.
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
Four-year-old colt about 1100 lh.
blocky build, partly broken. Will sell
at reduced price.—J.G. IIammer.4952p
Butter wrappers printed at The
Tribune ollice, 500 for $2.25; J000 for
$3.25. Smaller quantities at reasona
ble prices.—adv.
See D. O. Cleland
Black
about
Prince, Percheron.' At, O. K. ham for
season of 1919.—adv. 48-tf.
For Sale—Fine 8 room summer
home and lots at head of Hayden
lake. Auto road to the door. Seven
boats. Good location for Ashing
resort.—Mrs. Julia Poleson, Rath
drum, Idaho.
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j RATHDRUM IRON WORKS
4 Dealers in Automobile AcceHSories* and
Supplie*
C- P. Borell. Proprietor
(Successor to L. E. Kirkpatrick)
J Automobile and Truck work In all its
* branches. Remodeling and building of
( pleasure cars and trucks. Expert electrl
J cal work and Installing and repairing of
J starting, lighting and Ignition systems
and storage batteries.
Manufacturer of and dealer in
< Stationary and Traction Engine« Harvest
i ing Machinery. Wagons. Sleighs, Farming
* Implements. Iron and Steel.
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FAIR TESTS
HONEST WEIGHTS
UROM.PT SETTLEMENTS
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Butter Fut, Sweet 60c, Horn 5Rc

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