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REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP THE RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. » r vTHDBCM. IN TltE STATE OP IDAHO DÜS I N ESS. 5 SO SO AT AT THE CLOSE op nOVBMBKR 17 . 1919. RESOURCES._ Ciisli on liai»! .t. , Due from Banks... Other Cash Items. l,o»us and Discounts, .t.. Overdrafts.. Stocks, Bunds anti Warrants. Unnklug House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Heal Estate. * 75 tot 27 . 3U3IS9.1H 247.00 . 167863.95 * % V :i no .. 1807 , 1 . Os U17'.(fi 30 . 9770.60 Total f 260.549.05 —- 1,1 AIiIL.IT! ES ludlvidual degosita subject to check. Savings Deposits.... i>.... Demand certificates of deposit. Cashier's Checks. Certified Checks. .. ];t802.'..!l8 . 58217 89 . 24731.27 459.06 12.00 Total Deposits. j.. Capital Stock paid In . Surplus fund.* Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. Total .... 1219,446.80 . » 25000. 10000 . 6102.25 I 260,549 05 Slate of Idaho, County of Kootenai, —ss. I. R. E. Young. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnlv „ 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 me this 24th day of November, 1919. I certify that I am NOT an officer or I STEWART YOUNG Director of this Bank. I FRANK WKNZ. ' Directors (Seal) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum Idaho 1 15 wj'jwrwwwwww wwwfwwwrfM% _ ■ ■ - ■ : _ ê _ ■ ■ - ■ Hard Wheat "Dia dem" Flour and Big Loaf, Can now be'pnrehased at the Elevator of Rathdram Grain & Supply Co. tiEALERS 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» Miss Ruth Egbers was a visitor from Spirit Lake Saturday evening. Mrs. Julia Poleson went to Tacoma recently for a visit with friends. R. E. Bradbury, ex navy man, expects to wrestle here February 6th. A. Cook, president of the Pan handle Abstract Co., was over from Coeur d'Alene ou business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. 9. Skinner among the visitors to Spokane Mon were day. F. L. Runyon was at Coeur d'Alene last Saturday as a delegate to the Farmers' union convention. 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Charlton returned Monday night from a trip tu Spokane. Dr. O. G. Farnsworth made a drive to Otis Orchards evening to conclude arrangements for presenting the home talent play. Mrs. Saulsbury and little son, Chewelah, Wash , fora visit with her parents, Mr. Mrs. W. E. Chandler. Capt. G. W. Spoerry has arranged to engage in the real estate busi *t Honners Ferry and will move his îa m i i y from here to again reside at the Boundary county capital. Darwin Sage, block signal employe on the N. P. near Ellensburg, Wash., ''■sited in Rathdrum Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs «ere here from Pend d'Oreille county, ^fish , last Saturday night attending the M «V. A.-R. N. last Saturday Of arrived recently and ness L. E. Kirkpatrick A. installation. G. R. Scott of the Coeur d'Alene f ess returned from Sandpoint and owners Ferry Saturday ruoroiog. His * ÜD met him in' Rathdrum and took , home by auto. F. L. FARNSWORTH ^ GARAGE IDAHO RATHDRUM dodge and ford authorized service station I carry a complete lipe. of Ford extras and General repair work of all We tow you in and repair accessories. kinds. ! I I Phone No. 4! Night calls 42.J your cars. 7 Rev. A. W. Luce, now residing i Spokane and holding sionaliy at Athol aod in services Granity, was in Rathdrum Monday and made a visit to his land west of town.. occa Miss Jennie Downing, telephone operator in Rathdrum, now at Redfleld, S. I)., operator for an exchange of about 1200 subscribers. -Redfield is not far from Miss Downing's former home, Brookings. former is as chief J. R. M. Culp* was in , Spokane Monday afternoon aod met Major Clement Wilkins, former commander of the First battalion, N. G. 1., an overseas veteran of the recent war. Major Wilkins is now engaged in the life insurance business. aod The liest Cough Medicine. When a druggist finds that his customers all speak well of a certain preparation, he forms a good opinion of it and when in need of such a medicine is almost certaiu to use it himself and in his family. This is use and rec Cougb Remedy, si. B. Jones, a well known druggist of Cubrun, Ky., „says, have used Chauiberlaiu's Cough Remedy In my family for the past seven years, and have found it to be the best cough medicine I have ever knowu. why so many druggists oiu mend Chamberlain's "1 n tu for at BUSINESS BRIEFS. Timothy Hay for sale, $30 at the barn.—Melvio Morris, Idaho. Rathdrum 34 35 p Of „For Sale.—Holstein bull, good blood, 22 months old, $50.— J. S. Smith, Post Falls, R. No. 1. Before having an Auction Sale, see G. W. Berrier for terms as auctioneer. —adv. 12t,f REAL ESTATE For Bargains in Farm Lands and Town property in Rathdrum and Vicinity, write to Ernest Reiniger. Rathdrum, Idaho _Remember The Tribune can fill your order for anything in the JOB PRINTING line , I !• I --r: - * • ! INDEPENDENT p I FEED STORE î ' ! ; S. L. Farnsworth, Prop. Hay, Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hard wall Plaster Rathdrum,- Idaho. I ( i < i « i n I« _ A slide on the Milwaukee track below Newport prevented the south bound train - making schedule run Tuesday evening. Although had weather conspired keep down the attendance at thé 1 O. O. F. dance last Friday night, the proceeds amounted to $59.73. its regu'ar Rathdrum District No. 2 has received an Independent School appor tionment of$3312«21 from the county, over two-thirds of which is special tax, the balance general tax. t The Twentieth Century Reading circle met with Mrs. N. H. Taylor Wednesday of this week, ment is made that the cireie meet with Mrs. George Morris Wednesday. Announce will next. is The manager and patrons of tl e were disappoint« d There was no show Star theatre Tuesday night, owing to the films being held up by the non-arrival of the Milwaukee train from Newport. The two pool hall deals of which mention was authoiized last week, were cancelled the next day ana the proprietors inform us matters remain the same as before negotiations for the change were opened. Tbc Rathdrum high school basket ball team administered another defeat i to the -Coeur d'Alene Juniors in a return game played at Coeur d'Alene last Saturday evening. The score wr.s reported 36 to 7 | *" Another cold wave struck in th s locality Monday and the rot ds that had become so soft as to be almost impassable for autos north and east of town are again solid but very rough. From here south and west the wheeliog is said to be nbt so bad. A very enjoyable social affair followed the Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbor joint installation last Saturday night. After the ceremonies a lunch was served cafeteria style and cards and dancing were indulged in by members and their guests. The Village of Rathdrum has re ceived the first county apportionment of the 1919 taxes.amounting to $1777. This enables Treasurer W. W. Bennett to call outstanding warrants and put $1000 in the sinking fund for the payment uf two more water bonds next July. The second apportion ment of 1919 taxes will not be made until July 1 when Rathdrum will get about $750 more. The creek from Twin lakes thru Rathdrum ran dry again this week, large numbers of little fish being k lled. By direction of Chairman Geo. W. Flemming of the town board the manager of the Spokane Valley Land & Water company was notified and se ■' Mr. Clarke, the field engin eer, her Thursday to see about tb : head gate at the lake. The manager said he Old not know why or by whom the water bad beeo shut off. a it is i The Rathdrum Dramatic dub goes to Otis Orchards Wash , tomorrow evening to present the play "Civil Parts In the cast are taken Service". by the same persons who appeared in the play when it was presented in Rathdrum, Jan. 2,with the exception of Miss Geraldine Erwin, who takes taken by Mis9 Miss Krueger is unable to the role formerly Krueger. ! come from her school near Ritzville ! at this time. Butter wrappers printed at The ! Tribune office, 500 for $2.25; 1000 for I $3.25. Smaller quantities at reasona I hie pr.ces.—adv. =a» • p î ' 1 <> j.'. - Use Red , White & Blue ! FLOUR * *?* ! • ! t + I < i . 4 r <• t •t «■ I i i $ ; • . Always the Best < it SPOKANE FLOUR MILLS, Spokane, Wash. : « > 1 Church Announcements Methodist Episcopal Church Morning Services: Sunday School 9:45 a. Morning worship ll a. in., Morning subject: Second sermon in series on Lord's Prayer. Epworth League 0:30 p. ni. Epworth League led by Mrs. Janies, subject: "Changing China'' .Evening worship 7:30 p.m., Evening subject: "That Which Satisfies''. Prayer meeting on Thursday even ing at 7.30. m. y G. E. James, Pastor. I e d CATHOLIC CHURCH January: Mass 1st Sunday at 11 a. m. at Rathdrum: Mass 1st Sunday at 9 a. in, at Post Falls. Mass on 3rd Sunday at 9:00 at Rathdrum: Mass on 3rd Sunday at 11:00 at Post Falls. Fr. Hi lies, Pastor. ^ e ^t On Church, There is no debt on the Methodist church in Rathdrum. The matter referred to erroneously as "iodebted «ess 'in a report last week was the i ru>t building fund hut this is a considered a deb'. The true indebt edness was paid off some years ago. Un(1 ,he local Method,ât church is | n,,vv in flnancif4 F condition. v s not i PARODY: Keep The Home Fires Burning. There's a Strtre In Rathdrum, Full of pep and ginger: Though the boss is not quite right, He's not to blame. When he sells you candy, - It is fine and dandy. Turn your pockets wrong side emit, At the Ivy store. ^.Everything to eat and drink at The Ivy—Trueblood. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers of Hall's.) Catarrh Medicine that they offer One» V Hundred Dollars- for any rut that It fail» to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 71c. n L A T, [ GROCERies B A K «X 3*1 » 795 We sell the best that grows In the line* of fresh and smoked meats. RATHDRFM IVitEAT CO. The Panhandle Abstrai t Co., Ltd •t m has the only Complete Set of Abstract.., Books in Kootenai JjJJ ? Company that i Next to Uity Cgeub d'Alene, : [daho. m County. Get your abstracts from a is < reliable. m v~ Machine Work, Pleasure Cars end Trucks « -AGENT FOE THE MINNEAPOLIS STEEL A MACHIN ERY CO TWIN CITY LINE OF Tractors and Threshing Machines. »«äSivxssK, ITIUUIIIIIQOl 0iu ftnd 0reai# J RATHDRUM IRON WORKS I C- F. Borell. Proprietor - A == No <lreut Art of Hrrotsm Require«!« If some great act of heroism was necessary to protect a child from croup, no mother would hesitate to protect her offspring, but when ii 's only necessary to keep at hand a bottle nf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aud give it as soon as the first indication of croup appears, there are many who neglect it. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy Is within the reach of all and Is prompt and effect ual. Tacoma Gun Store, Inc. TACOMA. WASH. Largest Stock of Hunters ani! Trappers Supplies In the Northwest.— Especial at tention to mall orders. Send ouo-ceut stamp for catalogue. ★ Star Theatre ★ Coming Attractions will be shown at this theater on the regular show nights. V Tuesday: Feature Plays. Saturday: tlft big double shows with the Serial. Reasonable prices including war tax. Watch for the handbills.