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NO 30 -REPORT OF THE
RATNDRUM STATE BANK Ltd §
AT - 5
RESOURCES_
CONDITION OF THE_.
Cash on hand.
Due from Hanks.
Other Cash Item*.
Loans and Discounts.
Overdrafts.
Stocks, Bonds aud Warrants.
Claims, Judgments, etc.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtu
Other Real Est ate.
..... * 9296 34
. 45011.25
. 190.50
... . 102596.57
. 15.43
. 28037 . 3 !
28.00
. 10820 30
.... 9770.60
§
res
Total
* 212,3;
- MA DILI TIES_
Individual deposits subject to check.
Savings Deposits. ..
Demand certificates of deposit.
Cashier's Cheeks.
Total Deposits.
Capital Stock paid in .
Surplus fund.
Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest, and
Total
State of Idaho, County of Kootenai,
I, R. E. Young, Cashier of the above named bank do solemn!«
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief!
K. E. YOUNG. Cashier.
Correct. Attest:
96516 09
. 48169.82
. 30069.04
1150.00
1175,894.95
Î 25000.00
10000.00
1483.92
taxes paid..
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•378 87
—ss.
swear that
Subscribed and 9worn to before me
this 9tli day of July 1919.
I certify that I am NOT an officer orl STEWART vottvp
D irector of this Bank. FRANK WFN7 0- n.
(Seal) Miles F. Egbert), Notary Public, residing at Rat lid rum Idaho lreCt ° rS '
vrrrrrrrrrrrrrt
Hard Wheat "Dia
dem" Flour and Big
Loaf,
Can now be purchased at the Elevator of
Rathdrnm 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
Is
Mrs. Mary Post is visiting friends
in Spokane.
Levi Johnson was home from
Tacoma for the 4th.
Thomas Joyce of Seasons made a
trip to Spokane yesterday.
J. M. Repass returned to the farm
at Blanchard Wednesday.
Miss Ora Presnell of Blanchard
was a week-end visitor in Rathdrum
Mrs. Wen. Mueller of Butte, Mont.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. A.
Larsen.
Miss Etta Berges and Miss Hazel
McCbeyûe were home from Spokar e
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oaks of Bel
mont were Rathdrum visitors Wed
nesday.
John Papendiek left yesterday fir
Salt Lake to visit his sister, Mrs. II.
A. Zimmerman.
Frank Grater, farmer near Athol,
transacted business in Rathdrum one
day this week.
Dr. O. G. Farnsworth was at
Dalkena Monday afternoon on pro
fessional business.
Robert Crenshaw of
Spanglr,
Wash., was calling on his Rathdrum
friends last Saturday.
C. W. Culp is at Spirit Lake this
week assisting on some special work
in the Herald office.
Mrs. Geo. Banka of Brady, Mont.,
arrived receutly to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs: D. A. Thomas.
„ Mrs. G. C. Chittenden of Seattle
arrived Wednesday morning, to be
the guest of Mr. aod Mrs. H. A.
Krueger.
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F. L. FARNSWORTH
GARAGE
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IDAHO
RATHDRUM
DODGE AND FORD AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION
I carry a complete line of bord extras and
General repair work of all
We tow you in and repair
your cars.
accessories.
kinds.
Phone No. 41
Night calls 42.1
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Miss Julia Steele returned the
of the week from a month's
Port Blaklty, Seattle and Van Zandt
Wash.
F. A. Blackwell, farmer of Bayview,
was in town Wednesday on a trip to
Spokane. He reported fair crops in
his locality.
Miss Shirley Krueger returned last
Sunday, after spending a
Chicago and other poiDts of
middle west.
Mrs. John House and infant daugh
ter from Malden, Wash.,
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Overbey.
F. G. Hart, II. H. Mitchell and II.
A. Krueger attended the big Shri
ceremonial at Coeur d'Alene
Saturday night.
and Mrs. G. R Woolery and
daughter were over from Coeur d'
Alene Saturday, the
Rathdrum relatives.
C. L. Heilman was in Rathdrum
Sunday evening on his way back to
Wallace, after a short stay at his
Twin Lakes summer home.
Edward Gird of Harrington. Wash.,
visited L. A. Morris aod family, be
lore leaving for Denver, Colorado,
where he has property interests.
Geo. W. Flemming and W. II.
Cleiand have been getting out a con
siderable quantity of black pine poles
recently, to he converted into wood.
Adams was accompanied
back to Plains, Mont., after the 4tb
by his son, Gordon, and Harry Cady,
who will help him in the tie business
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stoddard of
Seattle came over for a visit with
Mr. Stoddard's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Q. Stoddard, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jagow, Mrs. Murray,
Miss Lillian Murray and J. Walker
of Spokane, were week-end guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E
McIntosh.
lirst
visit at
mouth In
it
the
are guests
a
e
ner
last
Mr.
guests of
D. R.
Mrs. Ida Tyler returned Sunday
from Coeur d'Alene where she spent
the 4th and 5th as the guest of her
sister, Mrs. II. J. Newhouse. She
was accompanied by her young
grandnephew, Ned Martin. -
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meyer of
Davenport, Wash., son-in-law and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ö. W.
Stone, are spending the month at
Twin Lakes. Mr. Meyer was en
gaged in the aviation service overseas
during the war.
H E Ky o ;nrlvert this week fr< m
Bremerton, Wash.,
Kjle is employed as an electrician i
the navy yard,
enlarged to accommodate the
Pacific fleet.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Poirier went to
and attended the
funeral of her brother, J. M. Jeannot,
who died Wednesday at the age of 61
years.
widely known as "Joe" Jeannot thru
out old Kootenai county.
Frank Thompson, who has been
operating the saw at E. G. Greenup's
mill, left Sunday for Hope where he
has accepted a like positiou in a mill
managed by J. W. Dugan at the
mouth of the Clarks
Frank expects his job to last until
January.
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on a visit. Mr
m
which he says is being
entire
Dope last week
He was a pioneer merchant,
Fork river.
Il
The town hoard meets next Mon
da} oight.
Wednesday is reported the hottest
day so far this summer.
to
in
to
at
Call for No. 36,
when you want
The Tribune on the lelephone.
The new
minimum light rent is
$1.50 per month, an increase of f.O
cents.
Rathdrum people helped to swell
the Coeur d'Alene
the crowds at
regatta.
In
Men and teams hegau work Wed
nesday improving
school grounds.
The second payment on Victory
bonds is due at the Rathdrum State
bank oa or before July 15.
A meeting of the Civic club will he
held in the Rest room tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Rathdrum defeated Post Falls
the local baseball diamond Sunday
afternoon by a score of 9 to 2.
A good many persons enjoyed the
supper and social in the park yester
day evening. The aid society cleared
about $50.
A new barber shop opened la t
week. James D. Ford is the
prletor.
his family last February.
Red pie cherries from the prairie
were sold in town this week at 5
cents per pound, and strawberries
from the hills west of town at $3 to
$3.25 per crate.
The sale of the E. G. Greenup
property on the bench just north of
town has necessitated the removal of
L. A. Kruger aud family. Mr.
Kruger has sold some of his dairy
stock but stated yesterday he had not
decided where he would locate.
A picnic was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs A. E. McIntosh on the
Fourth and a very enjoyable time had
by all. Those present numbering 25
were: Mrs. Frances Brophy and
family, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gill aud
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Sheffield;
Mr. and Mrs. Jagow, Mrs. Murray
and Miss Lillian Murray, of Spokane,
and Mr. Nelsou of Spirit Lake.
While going up the Northway hill
on the way to Spring Branch creek
on the 4th, L. A. Morris and family
and guest, Mr. Gird, had a narrow
escape from serious accident. The
emergency brake failed to work on
the car, the engiue died and the car
ran backward dowu the hill. Mr.
Morris- tried to steer it squarely
agaiDst the bank but one bind wheel
struck the bank first and rolled up on
it turning the car completely over.
The top was down and no one was
injured excepting one of the boys,
whose wrist was fractured. Mr.
Morris was pinioned under the front
part of the car until persons living in
the vicinity lifted it off. The only
damage to (be car was a broken
windshield, and the family got in and
continued their day's pleasure ride.
the Rathdrum
on
of
pre
lle came to Rathdrum wjih
is
ble
Twin Boys.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lundin, promi
nent citizens of the district west of
Rathdrum, are the proud parents of
twin hoys horn Wednesday night,
July 9th, T919.
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to
MORE FOR
CREAM
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BECAUSE WE OPERATE POUE
RETAIL STORES AND SELL
DIRECT TO CONSUMERS WE PAY
2 Cts. Above the Market
FOR BUTTERFAT.
A Hundred New and Satiifled Ship
pers in June. Join the Crowd.
HONEST TESTS
FAIR TREATMENT
HIGHEST PRICE8
J. B. Chaney
124 N. Poet St..
Spokane. Wash.
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
Jä^Having rented my farm, am
offering a number of good horses for
sale.—Gust Beters, R. 1,
Idaho, location 5 miles west of Rath
drum, north side of N. P.
June 13 tf
Post Fails,
railroad.
For Sale—A pair tborobred Tou
louse geese and 5 goslings $10.00;
Edison phonograph and ten cylinder
records good as new: $65 machine for
$15.00.—Herbert L. Weher, R. 2,
Rathdrum, Idaho.
5-6
For sale—Large barrel churn,
will trade for small barrel churn iu
good condition.—Mrs A. E. Mcln
5-7p.
or
tosh.
For sale—Good general
driving mare, cheap,
burg.
work and
W. II. Stouten*
5-6.
Fur Sale.—A flue, pure bred Hol
stein hull calf.—J.
Ramsey, Idaho.
J. llippeteau,
3tf.
FOR SALE.
Finest wheat hay on
the market.—Gust Peters, R. i, P, si
Falls, Idaho.
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For Sale.—Wheat hay in Held; also
laying hens.—R. Tauteuhahn, Rath
drum. 1 p.
Drop in at the new Rarl er Shop
and get acquainted whether you
spend any money or not. Next door
Rathdrum Elec. Co.—James I). Ford,
proprietor.—ad v.

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rheumatism of the muscles. All that
is needed is absolute rest and a few
applications of Chamberlain's Lini
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Butter wrappers printed at The
Tribune office, 500 for $2.25; 1000 for
$3.25. Smaller quantities at reasona
ble prices.—adv.
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We sell the best that grows iu the line of fresh aod smoked
meats.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., ■
has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai
County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is
reliable.
Next to City Hall"««
Cœur d'Alene, Idaho.
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Edelblute In Washington.
Washington, I> C July 9
W. II Elelliluic of Rathdrum, who
returned fro.u overseas a few weeks
ago, and is stationed at Camp Dix,
N. J., called on Idaho senators and
representatives today while here on
leave. He expects to be mustered
out soon and to return home. He
was called into service in ro 17,
colonel of the Second Idaho iufanlry,
uatioual guard, the tlrst battalion of
which and the Washington guard
(leid artilley became the I4ttih
Held artillery In the 41st division,
with Colonel Edel blute in command.
Arriving overseas he was assigned to
command an artillery regiment iu
the 18th division,
served in the service of supply and iu
the 34th, 40tn, 80tb, and 82nd
divisions, never having a chance to
go m.to action. When the war closed
he was on duty as instructor of heavy
artillery. He returned In commaod
of the 321st field artillery, 82nd
division.
Colonel
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Since then he has
The war cost the United States
$30,177,000,000 up tu June 30, 1911*,
according to Secretary Glass of the
treasury.
The U. S. crop estimate for July 1
forecasts a record wheat yield of
1.161.000. 000 bushels,
75.000. 000 since June 1.
a decline of
The German national assembly
rati (lt d the peace treaty July » by
vote of 208 to 115.
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However, .
members refrained from voting.
99
Five Dollars Fine.
Notice is hereby given that the
ordinance of the Village of Rathdrum
prohibiting the riding of bicycles
the sidewalks aud providing a Une or
live dollars for the violation thereof
À'ill be enforced by the board of trus
tees, upon proper complaint being
made.
on
By order or the Board of Trustees,
June 25, 1919.
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• RATHDRUM IRON WORKS ;
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j C F. Bore 11. Proprietor
4 Automobile and Truck work iu all Its {
J branches. Remodeling and buUdlug of *
3 pleasure cars aud trucks. Expert eleotrl- J
cal work aud Installing and repairing of £
J starting, lighting and ignition systems*
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( Columbia Storage batteries, »
I also agent for Aultman-Taylor !
machinery Co. Monogram oils |
and greases
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SAXOVOINT, IDAHO
FAIR TESTS
PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
IOUKTEOUS TREATMENT
Butter Fat, Sweet 57c. Suui B3e
HONEST WEIGHTS

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