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AT RATH DRUM, IN THE STATE '
BUSINESS ir? t . , " AHW ' AT THE CLOS
"^laess, JUNE 30th, 10«o
Cash on hand_
Due from Banks.
Cheeks and Drafts on oilier
Other Cash Items .
Loans and Discounts.
Stocks, Bonds and W
Ranking House, Furniture and Flxt
Other Heal Estate...
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J it divjdual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Capital Stock paid In .
Undivided Profits, less e
State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, -
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iaTÄ t " m « Office, or STEWART YOUNG.
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expenses, interest and taxes paid..
Hard Wheat "Dia
dem" Flour and Big
Can now betpurchased at the Elevator of
Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.
Hay. Grain, Mill-feeds, Flours, Corn meal,
Beans, Pop oorn, Stock Salt, Poultry Sr
plies, Poultry and Stook Remedies, Cem
ent, Wall Plaster, Lime,
COAL, WOOD AND POSTS
LUMBER AND SHINGLES
Feed grinder in connection.
Phone 4 W
J. M. Niekey has returned from a
visit to his daughter in Seattle.
Neil McMillan of Wisconsin
vidtiug his sister, Mrs. F. Weoz.
Miss Julia Steele arrived home last
Friday from the Lewiston normal.
came over from
Seattle by auto the forepart of the
week for a visit with relatives.
F. E. Melder
Prof. W. E. Chandler arrived home
•Sunday. He spent several
the University of WasbiDgtoh.
Chas. Wendler expects to start on
his hay baling contracts
his supply of wire arri
N. Nelson attended the
ieague at Nampa.
A. D. McDonald has built
Miss Thema Cady returned
as soon as
öd his meadow io the
Miss Harriet Webster
Visited at her home in Rathdrum
D. I. Bmnev of Spokane Is visiting
j 1 Gie home of his daughter, Mrs.
rvan Fee ly> on the prairie and
assisting Mr. Feely with harvesting.
Mrs. Anna Reiniger left this week
ft)r Endicott, Wash.,
H- G. Reiniger.
Paniecl by her
to visit her sod,
She was accom -
F - W. Voigtlander of Kellogg
rum last Friday on K. of P.
tuand lodge business.
Paoied by his wife and
He was accom
M >*. Martha
Steele, Mrs. Emma
Mrs. Mary Culp and
Jennie, spent Sunday at
as,guests of Mrs. Ernest
F. L. FARNSWORTH
dodge and ford authorized service station
I carry a complete line of Ford extras and
accessories. General repair work of all
kinds. We tow you in and repair
Phone NO. 41
Niirbt calls 42J
Miss Stella Hurrell is
from Lewiston, where she
summer normal course.
Miss Gladys House,
nurse at the
Deaconess hospital in Spokane,
had been seriouly ill,
!'• O'Donnell of the cedar pole
company has been taking it a little
easier for several days, waiting for
cars at Spirit Lake,
and Mis. M. F. Ahrend and
children of Wood Lake, Mi
visitors at the home of their friends,
and Mrs. H. A. Knox. They
came by auto, making the trip
Geo. E. Banka has sold his interest
in the garage at Athol to his partner,
f. L. White, and is again employed
in the Twin lakes section. He expect
soon to return to
his farm in
A. E. McIntosh, while driving bis
car in Spokane Thursday of last
week, was ruu into by a McGo'drick
truck. One wheel of Mr. McIntosh's
car was broken off. The McGoldrick
company repaired the damage.
Judge E. F. Conklin was in town
yesterday from Spirit Lake on his
return to Chateolet. where he is
superintendent of Ilayburn park.
Judge Conklin says bis duties as
superintendent have been keeping
him very busy for some time.
John Edwards, a road contractor,
passed through Rathdrum last
Sunday morning with his crew and
equipment. He is from the Palouse
country aod was on his way to
Bonner county to begin work on a
road contract between Sandpuint and
James A. Shaffer and family arrivée.'
home last Saturday from a 750-mile
auto trip into the north central part
of the state, as far up the Little
Salmon river as Riggins. They were
in Cottonwood, Grangevilie and
Whitebird and penetrated some new
Jacob Biemond and family went to
Coeur d'Alene Suuday morning- and.
accompanied by Geo. Woolery and
family, made an auto trip to Valley,
Wash., where they visited Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Larsen, Mrs. Many aring
and Karl Reiniger,
home Sunday night, the day's ÿourney
covering 200 miles.
They ret urned
W I *
S. L. Farnsworth, Prop.
Hay, Grain aud Feed. •+
Shingles, Brick, Lime,
Cement and Hardwall
The regular bi-weekly dance at the
ball is billed for tonight.
The Wayside club
Wednesday by Mrs. A. H. Richmond.
It is announced the M. E. church
aid society will meet Thursday after
noun Aug. 19, at the Rest Room.
relieved the city water situation
at least a week or two. It replenished
the reservoir and soaked the
Parties from here have been
to Cedar mountain near Belmont for
considerab'e quantities of ihe fruit.
The quarterly conference of the
Methodist church was held yesterdai
evening. Dr. U F. Hawk of Spokane,
was in alten
Visitors in town this week
that very little of Monday's rain fell
at Stateline and Saudpoint, in oppo
site directions on either
Another call for
warrants, issued Aug. 7, by Treasurer
R. E. Young of Independent school
district No. 2,
of the indebtedness.
wipes out $1426 more
A number of Indian families passed
through town Saturday riding in
backs and on horseback,
on their return
from a trip to the mountains for
huckleberries. They sold some of the
fruit here at $1 50 p -r gallon.
to the reservation i
The Milwaukee had a crew here 1
Friday of last week in charge of Fred l
Carlson repairing the company's
water tank. The N. P. also had a
crew in Rathdrum several days re
pairing their taok, which had been
Business men are urged to take a
day off next Monday and join the
village trustees on their excursion up
Spring Branch creek. It is believed
that if more of our citizens cau
obtain Urst hand knowledge of the
conditions and possibilities of the
source of the city water supply, a
solution of the problem will be
A party of Spokaoe young people,
sojourniog with Mrs. S. H. Soss and
Mrs. Mark Soss at Luger park, Twin
Lakes, this week, were in Rathdrum
Tuesday in their car. They spent
several hours about towo and seemed
to be thoroughly enjoying their out
ing. Those in the party were J. Max
Soss. Sara Soss, Louis Soss, Irving
Schwartz, Sam Mackoff, Florence
Ferner, Myrtle Levin aud Frances
Killed In Runaway.
William McKay, age 70 years, was
killed in a runaway accident while
hauling water for a threshing outfit
uear Athol Wednesday afternoon.
He was found Jon the road with his
neck broken. While it is said there
were no witnesses to the accident, it
is believed the team became
frightened and bolted throwing the
driver to the ground.
The body was brought to O. W.
Stone's undertaking rooms in Ratb
dium, but is to be returned to Athol
where Ibe funeral will he held this
afternoon >\t 3 o'clock.
McKay, w£o is said to have been a
janitor in Spokane, moved to Athol
about three weeks? ago. His widow
and three small children survive him.
Lost—2 library books, left in the
hall: "Anne of Green Gables" and
"Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp.
Blinder return to the library.
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I Always the Best
SPOKANE FLOUR MILLS, Spokane, Wash.
RATHDRUM IRON WORKS
Machine Work, Pleasure
Cars and Trucks
< • F. BOR ELL, Proprietor
Agent lor the Minneapolis Steel A
Machinery Co. TWIN CITY Line
Tractors and Threshing Machine«
SAVAGE und FEDERAL TIRES
tS^Ever ready storage batteries.
Monogram Oils and Greases.
Go Cart for! sale—Mrs.
M i n a
Rathdrum and Twin Lakes.
returu to Mrs. Bora House.
Ill) horsepower Case
steam tractor, one 45 horsepower Holt
caterpillar, 2 John Deere binders,
6 ft.and one 7 ft —Inquire atTribune
Black horse about 15
years o'd, branded on right hip with
anchor brand and right ear tip is
split. Inquire at Ü. K. barn.
I NON-PARTIZAN MEETING.
A meeting under auspices of the
Nonpartizan League is announced to
I be held in Raihdrum tonight at 8
1 o'clock, (Friday. Aug. 13 ) Promi
l neut speakers are to
issues and explain the league
platform. It has been planned to
have the meeting in a tent, but if
the tent does not arrive, the meeting
will be held In the City Park —adv.
Wilfred Lytell, brother of the
famous Bert, aud hero in "Trailed by
Three", is soon to be starred in a
new feature play.
The motion picture theatrical
association of the world awarded Us
first seal of merit, for any motion
picture yet produced, to Mary
Pickford for her productiou of
Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran,
sbowu at the Star on Wednesdays,
are conceded to be the greatest of all
society comedians on the screen.
★ Star Theater ^
_SATURDAY. AUGUST 14th
Paramount Artcraft presents
in the world famous «tage comedy'
WHY SMITH LEFT HOME
A fine steak
We sell the best that grows in the line of fresh and smoked meat*.
RATHDRUM MEAT CO.
Hhip Your Cream to the
SAND POINT, IDAHO
HONEST WEIGHTS CORRECT TEW '
Rutter Fut. Sweet H3r.
Church Announcements ;
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Service II
Epworth League 7 p. m.
Evening preaching at 8 p. m.
Frayer meeting on Thursday
ing at 8 p. m.
G. E. James, Pastor.
Services will he held at the Boekel
schoolbouse, Sunday at 8 p.
A. O. SwiNEH ART, Pastor.
Aug: Mass 1st Sunday at 11 a.
m. at Rathdrum; Mass 1st Sunday at
« a. in, at Post Falls.
Mass on 3rd Sunday at 9:00 at
1 1:00 at Post Falls. Fr. IIincs,Pastor.
Mass on 3rd Suuday
BYir Bargains in B'arm Lands and
Town property in Rathdrum and
Vicinity, write to Ernest Reiniger,
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