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gilAAA MMMMMMMMÊim. //////f/j 3 NO 20 - REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE_ RATNDRUM STATE BANK. HL AT RATttDRtm. IN THE STATE OlF BUSINESS, REFT. 12, -RESOURCES. IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF 1919. Cash on band.,. Due from Banks. Other Cash Items.. , Loans and Discounts. Overdrafts...,,. Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. Claims. Judgments, etc. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures., Other Real Estate. » 9838 62 65247.59 289.20 13634M4 36.13 17119.53 16798 36 9776.60 Total $ 255,149.47 LIABILITIES Individual deposits subject to chock Savings Deposits. . Demand certificates of deposit. Cashier's Checks.'... 137399 48194.58 ..... 30628 17 460.00 'V Total Deposits. Capital Stock paid In .. Surplus fund. Undivided Profite, less e*p«n<. e s, Interest and taxes paid.. 8216,682.63 .8 25000. 10000. 3466-84 Total • 255,149 47 State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, — ss. I, R. E. 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: swear that Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 17th day of 8ept. 1919. I certify that I am NOT an ofläcer or I STEWART YOUNO. Director of this Bank. | FRANK WENZ. ... (d*AW Miles F. Egbers, Notary Publie, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho. Directors. wjwwvwwwvwirw Hard Wheat "Dia dem" Flour and Big Loaf, Can now beipurchased at the Elevator of Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co. i 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 I* W. H. Ellis left recently on a trip to Cincinnati, O. Elmer Hite was down from Spirit Lake this week. F. R. Pettepher went to British Columbia on a business trip. Mrs. M. Bradney was up fioui Spo kane the first of the week. Miss Lena Cochran was home from Spokane over Sunday. F. A. Morris departed Tast week fo Seattle on a business trip. i F. O. Hill returned Sunday from has been Blanchard, where be employed on a land clearing contract. J. W, Hurrell is at home from tht head of Spirit lake, where be has been employed recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sheffield are moving from Twin Lakes to their house in town. J. F. O'Donnell of Bonner county visited bis brother, S. T. O'ÜJDnell of Rathdrum, this week. Prof, and Mrs. Burnham were in town from the Rimrock last Saturday by auto. Mrs. Ernest Kiefer was dowo from Spirit Lake Saturday, visiting her mother, Mrs. Martha Steele. J. M. Nlckey departed for Seattle, He was yesterday afternoon by auto, accompanied ty Bernard Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Slough and W. E. Coleman and family of d'Aleoe were in Rathdrum to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bertha Trueblood. Coeur Mrs. Peter Meyer, who bad the misfortune to scald her face badly with boiling coffee one day last week, is reported recovering as rapidly as could be expected. F. L. FARNSWORTH garage ^ IDAHO RATHDRUM DODGE AND FORD AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION I carry a complete line of Ford extras and General repair work of all kinds.- We tow you in and repair your cars. accessories. ■phone No. 41 Night calls 42.1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larsen and Mrs. R. Tautenhahn and Miss Clara Tautcnhaho left this week for Los Angeles, Calif. They expect to be absent from Rathdrum all winter. Editor G. K. Scott and son,Donald, of the Press, were over from Coeur d'Alene Tuesday to meet Mrs. Scott, who returned on the N. P. from an eastern visit. Mr. and Mrs. R., F. Dyer, who resigned management of the Tessera ini Outing club on Spirit lake after ar tenure of over five years, expect to go to the coast for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Culler and daughter arrived home last week from a two weeks' vacation trip to LeMars, Iowa, and other points, has resumed bis position at the N. P. depot. Mr. Culler Beeman Gaston was taken to the Sacred Heart hospital, Spokane, last Saturday suffering with pneumonia. Report receiyed Wednesday stated be was doing as well as could be expected. Mr. and l9rs. J. C. Sampson and three daughters, and Mr. Sampson's niece, Miss Sampson, all of Spokane, spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Sampson's mother, Mrs. Amanda Sylvester of Rathdrum. Mrs. L. E. Franks and little daughter, Kathryn, left Sunday morning for Miles City, Mont., near which Mr. Franks has charge of a stock ranch. They were accompanied by Mrs. Franks' sister, Miss Jennie Culp. James Culberson and family of Brookings, S. D., visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Laird and other former Brookings people in Rathdrum a few days, while enroute to Corvallis, Ore., by automobile. They resumed their journey from here Sunday. Prince Lancaster of Molson. Wash., visited his brother, C. G. Lancaster, and sisters, Mrs. Rant Satchwell and Mrs. Frank White, this week, while his way to Shreveport, La. He ih accompanied by his wife and little daughter. on Isaiah Lagers arrived Sundav for a B. Chatnbard and He is a visit with F. family and other friends, former Rathdrum boy and has been at Walla Walla the past summer. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Lagers, still reside at Colville. Wash. as O. V. Smith. B. & B. foreman the Idaho division, N. P. railway, accompanied by Mrs Smith, was here to attend the funeral of J. W. Peters yesterday afternoon. Mr. Peters had beln employed under Mr. Smith past eight years A. J. Ogden and family are here from near Havre, Mont., and expect to go on to California after disposing of two carload^ of stock, implements, household goods, etc., at a sale to be cried by Dr. Farnsworth at the 0. K. stables next Wednesday afternoon. A Ford car and 18 head of horses included in tfte sale. Mr. Ogden is a farmer. He is favorably impressed with this region and may return here to locate. to be In to ed An np by to to the are The village trustees expect to bold a meeting next Monday night. Wood from Blanchard was deliver ed here last week for the school beat ing plant. The Civic club meets Saturday afternoon at 2:30 in the Rest Room. A good attendance is desired. The Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Mary Culp next Thursday afternoon. About six inches of heavy snow fell in Rathdrum Monday night, followed by rain during Tuesday. A thin layer of snow remains on the ground. Work on the Panhandle highway between Twin Lakes and Spirit Lake has been discontinued recently on account of the snow. The Rathdrum school board at its last meetiog voted a bonus of $90 to each of the teachers, providing they remain until the close of the term. 30 . . • . ,. „I Is announced by the president, Mrs. < F. L. Farnsworth. . , . borne of the farmers near here managed to do a little plowing last week. The ground iTnot frozen and rain and melting snow are going down ( where the moisture is needed. The Twentietb Century Reading circle will meet with Mrs. Mlles F. Egbers next Wednesday afternoon, It to PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE MEHTIONED IH BIBLE "I commend unto you Phoebe, our sister, who Is a servant of the Church which Is at Cenchrea," wrote St Paul to the Romans, "that ye assist her in whatsoever business she hath need of you, for she hath been a succorer of many and of myself also." Phoebe, explains Biblical history, was a woman who went about nursing the sick and teaching them better methods of living. Phoebe was the first public health nurse. Public health nursing, which is one of the most important enterprises in the peace program of the American Red Cross, is not a new movement, but it is one which heretofore has never received Its just meed of atten tion as a factor in maintaining the health of the nation. Phoebe's Bister in the twentieth cen tury is the community nurse who teaches better, cleaner living. Because the betterment public health is now definitely accepted as an individual and a community responsibility, the Red Cross will make a definite effort to raise the standards of living in the United States by urging the employ ment of public health nurses In all cities, towns and rural districts, par ticularly in those where Uiere are no organized public health activities. A healthier, happier America—that is what the Red Cross is striving toward in its Roll Call the first weeks In No vember. A Good Cough Medicine for Children. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchaot there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and said she bad bought a bottle of it at his store recently and that it was doing her children so much good that she want ed to keep up the treatment. You 1 will find notbiog better for coughs and colds In children or for yourself. It keeps the cough loose, expectora I tlon easy and soon frees the system I from the cold. I Adv N brought boy to his dad Red Cress Workers Set Out to Find the Young Soldier and of Course They Succeeded. Dad «ns from some little town near Cincinnati. He had come all the way to Indianapolis to se« his boy, his only son who had been away from home for four years. The boy was In the* army and was being transferred. He was to be In Indianapolis on Sunday and wired his father to meet him. Some how, father and son missed connection In the union station. Dad decided to appeal to the women of the Red Cross canteen booth. "I was to meet him here," dad said. "He hasn't ahown up. I know ha'a In Indianapolis somewhere." The canteenera got bnsy. Dad and his boy hod to be brought together. First the canteeaers summoned the military police. They got a descrip tion of son. The M. P.'s started out to find him. The canteenera also start ed scouts. They visited every down town corner and haunt of the soldiers. An hour later the canteenera looked np toward the station door. In came dad and his boy—arm In arm. "I did just as you told me," the fa ther said. "Tou told me to go uptown and stand on that corner. Ton said he'd pass there, and pretty soon he did. The military police kept coming by to ask If I had a trail of him. And then he came. My, but he was glad to see me 1" Of course he was glad to see him. The boy's smile told how glad he was to see his dad.—Indianapolis News. Advertise In This Paper United ftateaf Fliers. In his recent: annual report MaJ. Gen. William L. Kenley, director of military aeronautics, states that 4,980 men had been graduated as reserve military aviators, the first rating for pilots, by June 80, last, with 110 bomb ers, 85 bombing pilota, 464 observers, 889 observer pilots, and 131 pursuit pilots. In the year ended last June 30 there were 152 fatalities In train ing, or an average of one death to 2,684 hours and 201,000 miles flown. Stalled engines, usually due to an error of the pilot, caused 86 deaths; collisions, 30; and sideslips, 10. The «"port goes on further to state that < 440 balloon officer8 also h ad gradu atad. 155 of whom were fully qualified observers during the year.—Scientific ^j„ e rtcan ( Only a Cold. Are you 111? is often answered—Oh ! It's only a cold, matter of little .consequence, but people are beginuing to learn that a common cold is a matter not to be trlthd with, that some of the most serious diseases sthrt with a cold. As soon as the first indication of a cold appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Remember that the soQner you get rid of your cold the less the danger, and this remedy will help you to throw it off. as if a cold was a 1» N ad The IVY C. THPaBLOOP^gS For LUNCÖES CONFECTIONS CIGARS, TOBACCOS BAKERY GOODS And in fact ^everything that's good to eat and drink. T % & «I [V We sell the best that grows io the line of fresb and smoked tnefits. RATHDRUM MEAT CO. . The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., , P JJJ has the only Complete Set of Abstract Books in Kootenai* $ County. Get your abstracts from a Company that is Next to City Hall*^* Cceub d'Alene, Idaho. reliable. . Colonel In Reserve Corps. ? Colonel 1 W. H. Edelblute yesterday received a commiKsinn as a colot/H in I he Officers' Reserve Corps, Field Artillery Section. The appointment comes from the president. Appointments in the Officer«' Reserve Corps are limited to officers of demonstrated fitness and gallantry in action and to training school and Reserve Officers' Training Corps graduates. The present policy, according to advices received by the colonel, contemplates the establish ment of a competent reserve commis sioned personnel composed of only such members as bave demonstrated their fitness in actual service and are actually qualified to enter immediate' ly upon duties pertaining to tbejr respective grades, Coloool Edelblute served nearly two years In the A. E. F., and this appointment comes as an official recognition of the fact that he "made good - t BUSINESS BRIEFS. LOST: Bay mare, wgt. about 1250, age 6 yrs., black main, tall and feet. No brand or marks. Rather thin. Strayed from Belmont nearly a month Address L. J. Pearson, Athol, 22 23p ago.— Idaho. Before having an Auction Sale, see G. W. Bffrrier for terms_as auctioneer. —adv. I2tf ESTRAY—White horse about. 12 years old, branded SL on right hip. Taken up in Rathdrum, and may be found at O. K. barn. 19tf For Sale Cheap.—Baby buggy with springs, and adjustible blgb chair. Both good as new. Inquire of Mrs. Culp. Notice—Two cows came to my place. Owner Identify and pay for feeding and this advertisement. Inquire of Welch ranch,Chris Larson, Rathdrum. „ . It when you want ' Call for No. 36, The Tribune on the telephone, ! a be a Rathdrum Tailor Shop E. S. RICHARDSON. PROP, ladies' and , Gents' Clothing Cleaned, Pressed. Repaired Alterations made to order. f RATHDRUM IRON WORKS • J 0 .1 • Borell, Proprietor « Automobile and Truck work in all its * branches. Remodeling and building of J pleasure cars and trucks. Expert electrl « cal work and Installing and repairing of J starting, lighting and Ignition systems g * and storage batteries. J gjtr —AGENT POE THE— Columbia 6tonage batteries, # « also agent for Aultman-Taylor , J Machinery Co. Monogram oils * \ ad » 3 » » i I and greases Ov* WWW Chamberlain's Ci Cures Colds, Croup and Cough.