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5 1 so 20 RErORT OK TUE CONDITION üb'TUE | RATHDRUM STATE BANK. Ltd. s 3; AT KATHDRUM. IN THE STATE «F IDAHO, AT TUE CLOSE OF 1920. £ ? BUSINESS, FEBRUARY 28, --RESOURCES. Cash on hand. Due from Banks. Cheeks and Drafts on other Ranks. Other Cash Items.. —.. f.oans and Discounts..!. Overdrafts. Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. Ranking House. Furniture and Fixtures. Other Kcal Estate. * i'O-'BJ.tiS 4357244 a.oo 279 .:« .. . 13177 ( 1.60 • § * 2 87 3072.01 16501 03 01.30 Total $ 251.924.4H -LIABILITIES Individual deposits subject to check. Savings Deposits. .. Demand certificates of deposit. Cashier's Checks. 139142 89 52734.84 22901.05 333.74 Total Deposits.. Capital Stock paid in . Surplus fund.. Undivided Profits, less expenses, Interest and taxes paid.. 1215 , 116.12 .* 25000 . 10000. 1808.36 Total $ 251.924 48 State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, -as. 1, 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 me this 8th day of March, 1920. I certify that 1 am NOT an officer or Director of this Bank. _ _ _ (Seal) Miles F. Egbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdruni, Idaho. STEWART YOUNG. FRANK WENZ. Directors. itfrrJTf'M'J'M'f'J'M'J'I VWWWWWWVWH Hard Wheat "Dia 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 -NOTICE I have several calls for houses to rent. If you have one to rent and want It looked after, I will handle it for you. —SEE— ERNEST REINIGER For all Kinds of REAL'ESTATE Rathdrum, Idaho. M26Lf Dr. O. G. Farnsworth has traded off his Ford car for a Dodge sedan. Miss Jennie Culp left for Spokane yesterday for a visit with relatives. Big Star specials this week, read the ads. See the bills. Mrs. Ann E. Wilson has moved back from Spokane to again reside in Rathdrum. John Knobc), Jr., was at Spokane last Saturday to attend the funeral of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kiefer were visitors from Spirit Lake Saturday evening, returning Sunday morning. J ihn O'Donnell came down from Spirit Lake last week to visit his brother, S. T. O'Donnell. He recent ly sold his restaurant in Spirit Lake. Mrs. C. B. Klopf was down from Spirit Lake last Friday and went to Spokane to meet her daughter, Miss Beulah, who came from Pasco for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Stoddard and daughter, Miss Maude Stoddard, have moved iuto Rathdrum to reside. They bave rented a bouse in the sout h part of town. A. J. Philipps is here from Potlatch visiting his brother, Wm. S. Philipps. Mr. Philipps' home is at Othello, Wash., but he has been employed at Potlatch for some time. IgL.Just received a large shipment of choice Chocolates and Cream Candies at The IVY. 43 F. L. FARNSWORTH GARAGE & RATHDRUM IDAHO DODGE AND FORD AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION I carry a complete line of Ford extias and General repair work of all We tow you in and repair your cars. accessories. kinds. Phone No. 41 Night calls 42.1 F. R. Pettepher has purchased in Spokane a model 50, two and a half ton motor truck with long wheel base and cab, for use in hauling lumber from his sawmill to town. A new line of Millinery for Spring, will be shown at the Ladies' shop Saturday, March 27lh.—Mrs. J. W. Campbell, Rathdrum. Mrs. Anna Reiniger and son, II. G Reiniger, were in town last Saturday from Edgemere. They bave sold their hay ranch there arid expect to reside again in Rathdrum. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sheffield were in Spokane last week to look after Mrs. Sheffield's brother, W. S. Gill, who Is in the hospital. They report Mr. Gill doing fairly well considering the seriousness of his condition. adv.43 Louis A. Larsen writes from Long Beach, Calif., ordering that his copy of the Tribune be sent to Honolulu. Having spent the winter inCalifornia. Mr., and Mrs. Larsen are now proceed iog to Hawaii. The only place in town where you can get every thing to eat and drink at The IVY. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Satchwcll and children are here from Cabinet visit ing relatives. Mr. Satchwcll is re covering from a severe attack of inflammatory neuralgia shoulders and side. Cul. W. II. Edelblute was at Spokane one day last week to attend a conference of the federal and state highway officials concerning the pro posed route of the uorth and south road through this county. Nothing detinite has yet been accomplished. Home made Pies and Cakes. Those kind your mother used to make, The IVY. a h at 43 bis in at 43 H. R. Saunders in charge of the Rathdrum Electric company plant, has been working at Post Falls for week setting pjles, more than a stringing 6000 feet of heavy wire and large transformers lo installing furnish power for the mill, the box threshing machine lie is being assisted in the and factory factory, work bv Ira Crabtree. WtT Remember The Tribune can fill your order for anything in the JOB PRINTING line 43 c J J INDEPENDENT * * FEED STORE î 1 : S. L. Farnswortn, Prop. Hay, Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cernent and Hardwall Plaster Rathdrum, Idaho. ! i < i « ( ( ✓ On April 3,the aid society will hold a cooked food sale. The frost Is out and farmers are beginning their spring plowing. The Masons are bolding special meetings to confer degrees on the class of new members. The Community M. E. aid society will meet April 1 at the Rest room. A 15 cent lunch will be served. A magnificent display of the aurora borealis was observed Monday night, long, wavering streams of light rising from all directions to the center of the sky. The Royal Neighbirs served a lunch last Saturday night, the Woodmen participating, after the regular meet ings of the two organizations. Several new members were adopted. A. O. Skinner has sold another 160 acres of his unimproved land north east of Ralhdrum to a Mr. Cartwright of Rockford, Wash. The consideia tnn reported was $15 an acre. Arrangements have been made bv the Farmers' Union and Modern Woodmen to plow and seed C. B. Sanders' farm on the prairie. Neigh bors are also taking care of his stock. 300 A large barn is being built for Messrs. W. H. Ellis and A. E. 'Prank -1 lin on their place on the bench north ' of town, under the supervision of Contractor Bjjttoaof Sandpolnt. The construction of the cement basement has been somewhat delayed by of at unusual amount of frost in the [ ground. The 160 acres homesteaded by Wm. Foster on Spring branch above the city reservoir changed hands, this week, Richmond and P. H. Smith for $3000. The logs cut last winter go with the Mr. Foster expects to move to Mr. Foster selling to A. II. place. Prosser, Wash. The school board, which has been holding meetings every Monday even ing this month,adjourned last Monday until the next regular meeting, April 12,when it is presumed sufficient data will be at hand to enable the trustees to agree on a salary schedule. One or two members of the board expect to attend the Inland Empire teachers' meeting in Spokane next week. at 43 for * SKEIN' STARS, FLAW STYLE * lo We haven't got an inclined floor, Nor bave we opera chairs; We haven't ushers all fussed up; We do not put on airs. Our ticket man is uot en-glassed Behind a wmdowette, But sits right out in view of all— (Aod gets what he can get). But"Oh boy", "some shows'', "I'll say >ii Our little reel machine the whole big world around, : Just, turns And throws it on the screen, As good a place for seein' stars As any where on earth. Tho' we don't serve 'em a la mode, You get vour money's worth; The Films ire what you're payin' for, You're there to see the show; "Star gazin' " is t.be big idea— We serve 'em plain, you know. —Star Theater. A TIMELY suggestion The next time you have a cough oi cold try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is pleasant to take and you to be pleased with the relief which it remedy has a wide are sure affords. This reputation for its cures of coughs and advM j colds. .-■ 4 4 Use » A..;.; t il 4 VICTOR Y « ' ; ■, « : e. i?? Hard Wheat 4 fS 1'"; 4 a ; $ FLOUR « > 4 • • r.a I • - Always the Best i 4 : - ils SPOKANE FLOUR MILLS, Spokane, Wash. I BUSINESS BRIEFS. ing Milk, skim milk, butter milk and separated cream for sale.— N. H. Taylor. 43 46p FOR SALE—Logging tools, con-, sisting of 6 ft. saw, wedges, splitting mauls, axes, skidding tongs, dogs, single and double block, logging sleigb, 250 ft. .1 iu. cable, etc., also 300 ft. 1 in. pipe.—Inquire Wm. Foster. trail m. 9 43 p EGGS for Hatching: Reds him Barred Rocks $1 per dozen; Partridge Wyandottes $2 per 15. These birds laid all winter —Wm. Miller, Post 43 45p ranch. an at For Sale.—Good milch cow, also 2 doz. laying pullets. Inquire Frank Vandereluis, 3 mi. n.w. Rathdrum.Ip For Sale —-Eggs at $1.00 per setting (15), P. R. chickens.—A. McIntosh, Ralhdrum, Idaho. 41 44p For Sale—30 bushels Blue Stem spring wheat* also potatoes— J. G. Hammer, Athol, Idaho. -1 ' of also, wheat bundle hay —O. M.Farni, Miss E. Esch,3 ml. SW of Rathdrum. the* by 43 46 For Sale.—Wheat at $4 per 100 lb; [ For Sale—Two cows. Inquire of J. D. Cunningham,at the Schuldt place, Rathdrum. 41tf to For Sale —Baled bay, timothy and red tup, at $38 at Wenz's meadow; and oats at $70 a ton. For particulars see Dr. Wenz or John Knobel, Jr. 43 45 p II. For Sale—Horse, weight 1500 lbs., buggy and harness for $60. Inquire of Mrs Lpwis Pierce. Box 185, Spirit 43 4Ip Lake, Idaho. Machine Work, Pleasure Cars and Trucks s Agent for the Minneapolis Steel A Macliinery Co. TWIN CITY Line of Tractors and Threshing Machines J3F"Evcr ready storage batteries. Monogram Oils and Greases. 52S£3.\ / RATHDRUM IRON WORKS C. I'. UORKLL. Proprietor esz ns lu % é S • Mu IL > i : a « NO ON* EVER CAMli TO «Hier Or FROM HVMlitff FAILED TO FIND RELIEF By consuming our Cots of PRIME WOAVT We sell the best that grows til the line of fresh and smoked meats. RATHDRUM MEAT CO. The Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd., ft has the only Complete Set cf Abstract Books in Kootenai j ft County. Get*your abstracts from a Company that is * Next to City Hall" 1 ®* I reliable. CŒTJB D'ALENE, IDAHO. , Church Announcements Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m., Epwortb League 6:30 p. m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m., Frayer meeting on Thursday even ing at 7.30. G. E. James, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH February: Mass 1st Sunday at 1J a. m. at Rathdrum; Mass 1st Sunday ut 9 a. in, at Post Falls. Mass on 3rd Sunday at 9:09 at. Rathdrum; Mass ou 3rd Sunday at 11:00 at Post Falls. Fr. Hines,Pastor. II. II. Beier, county agricultural agent announces that the county farm bureau plans to organize the fruit groweis in an association and employ an expert horticulturist to advise members along the lines of spraying, pruning,etc. A meeting is tube held at Cœur d'Alene April 17,lo complete 2 Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application*, a* they cannot reach the dlseaaed portion of the ear. There I* only one way to cure catarrhal Aeafnea*. and that la by a conatltutlonal remedy. Catarrhal Deafneaa la cauaed tjy an In flamed condition of the mucoua lining of the Euatachlan Tube. When thla tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling Bound or Im perfect hearing, and when 4t la entirely cloaed, Deafneaa la the remit. Untre« the Inflammation can be reduced and thla tube reatored to Ita normal condition, hearing will be deatroyed forever. Many caaea of deafneaa are cauaed by catarrh, which 1* an Inflamed condition of the mucoua aur face*. Haifa Catarrh Medicine acta thru the blood on the mucoua aurfacea of th* ayatem. We will give Ona Hundred Dollar* for any caae of Catarrhal Deafneaa that cannot be cured by Haifa Catarrh Medlcln*. Cir cular* free. All Druggtata, 76c. F. J. CHENET * CO., Toledo, a J. REAL ESTATE For Bargains in Farm Lands and Town property in Rathdrum anti Vicinity, write to Ernest, Uciuiger. Rathdrum, Idaho Chamberlain s Cough Remedy Cores Colds. Croup sod Whooping Cough.