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5 KO 20 -REPORT OF Til K CONDITION OFTIIE RATHDRUM STATE RANK, LTD. AT RATHDBDJI, IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CI/OSE OF BUSINESS. AI'HIL 3rd, 1983. -RESOURCES. 1 Loans and Discounts. 2 Overdrafts.. 3 Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. 5 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 8 Other Real Estate. 7 Claims, Judgments. Etc. 8 Cash on hand. . , 9 Due from Banks. II Other Cash Items . . 180073.38 04.78 . 21728.15 .. 18434 98 ^ 452.84 .. 11005.62 .. 42564.24 . _25.00 f 255,330.» Total -LIABILITIES * 25000. 10000 . 1780.78 573.07 114.500 72 . 88081.21 . 14774 62 1 Capital Stock paid in . 2 Surplus fund. 3 Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 4 A mount Reserved for Taxes. Interest and Depreciation. 6 Individual deposits subject to check. 6 Savings Deposits. .. . . 7 Demand certificates of deposit. 1317,346.45 62S.50 12 17 Total Deposits 10 Cashier's Checks.. 11 Certified Checks.. Total 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. K. E. YOUNG. Cashier. Correct. Attest: STEWART YOUNG. PRANK WENZ. : Seal) Mlles F. Egbers, Notary Public, residing at Rathdrum, Idaho. I 265,338.95 swear that Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of April, 1923. I certify that I am NOT an officer or Director of this Bank. Directors. VJWWWWWWWWWWW TÆWWWVWWWWWTè CEMENT We now have a good stock of Lehigh Portland Cement than which there is none better. Before buying, call and get our Prices. Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co. 1 » A. A. Uibright was in town last Friday from Hauser. J. H. Wright was a visitor from Hauser lake last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Royal Bates visited friends in Rathdrum last Tuesday and Wednes day. Mrs. W. S. Gil! has been reported quite ill as the result of a relap-e j from an attack of influenza. Fly spray in gallons, i gallons and I quarts. Aiso sprayers. Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co.—adv. 51 M rs. II. R. Sage and children of Hope were Rathdrum visitors this week. ( A. C. Hay has a new barn in process of construction on his lots in the west part of town. , i C B. Sanders arrived home Monday with his foster mother from Long Beach, Calif. To increase the milk How, spray . with CHUM FLY! For sale at Henry Reiniger ! your cattle SPRAY. Hardware.—adv. j 51 Mrs. C.I.Sage attended the Pvthian Sisters' district meeting at Sandpoint last Friday. Harold Fellers is visiting in Rath drum this week after an absence of four or five years. i II. L. Bradley, who is employed in woods near Clarkia, visited his son, Lynn Bradley, this week. Mrs. Rant Satchwell and brother, i Chester Lancaster,visited last Sunday j at the home of their sister, Mrs. Chas. j Kelsey, and Mrs. Wm. Waddell in j Spokane. I 1 F. L. FARNSWORTH GARAGE General Auto Repairing and Electrical Let us figure on that overhaul and reboring job. Have the old car put in shape for next summers run. Prices right and work guaranteed. Tops put on. Batteries recharged. Phone 41W. Our new Shloglrs have been highly complimented and we want you to see them.— Rilbdrum Grain & Supply Co.—adv E. F. Grunert is here from Sandy, Oregon, where he has resided since he left Rathdrum thirteen years ago. j He expects to remain a week or two E. 11. Bradbury recently sold all but a few head of his sheep at $10 a head. He has found that sheep pay if cared for and market conditions are watched. Six varieties of Sweet Corn, and still a goodly supply of Mangels, car rots, beans, peas, radishes and Turnip seeds, in bulk, at the Elevator.—adv. O. L Sheffield is back from a sur veying trip in the Wallace mining section and visited at the home of his brother, Grant Sheffield, a day or two this week. 50 W. S. Gill arrived home the first of the week from Eureka, Mont., to remain a few days. He and his sons, Henry and Ernest, have taken charge of an irrigated farm there for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bolton and Reed were visitors! Miss Margaret from Spokane Saturday and Sunday. They were guests at the home of W. A. Hart and Mr. and Mrs, O. P. Masterson. When in need of Flour, could My lady ask Dir better picking than this: Montana Rex, Dakota Spring Hard Wheat, Diadem Hard Wheat, Sperry's Special Biend, Big Loaf Bluestem, Banner Patent? Call at the E'evalor and learn about them and get prices. Trading Stamps reduce ALL CASH prices —adv. 51 F. A. Empey of Spokane was in town last Friday. He was formerly in the mercantile business in Rath drum and later at St. Maries. He stated that he is now interested in a Chewelah, mining property near Wash. Don't forget that the Elevator sells a 100 lb sack Bovd-Conlee Egg Mash for $3.00 ' " Chick Mash '• 3.00 " 3 00 " 3 00 " 3 00 100 lb. " 100 lb. " Sperry's " 100 lb. " 100 lh. " 100 lb. " 100 lh. " Clover Leaf C. Feed Trading Stamps reduce these prîtes " Growing " " Surelay " " Baby Scratch feed 3.00 3 00 adv. 51 ! 1 -w a i S. L. FARNSWORTH'S Sii FEED STOKE » S. L. Farnswertli, Prop. ( ! I Hay, Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Ilardwall Plaster Rathdrum, Idaho. ( I f ( i e I« Next Sunday a new time schedule goes into effect on the Northern Pacific, effecting passenger trains east and westbound. The Post Falls team won the base ball game on the Rathdrum diamond last Sunday aftercoon and is in a fair way to hold the cup ft won last year. The W. R. C. will bold their regu lar meeting at the Fraternal hall Saturday, May 19. A fifteen-cent lunch will be served to all members and their husbands at twelve o'clock. The village board is wrestling with various problems, among the latest being how to maintain the city park and help the civic club make the swimming pool self-supporting. A definite decision is promised soon. Prize posters made by pupils of the fifth grade of the Rathdrum school are exhibited in Evans' store window. The winners are: Madeline Coon and Jerry Rickel, first prizes; Vivian Clumpner and Robt. House, honors ble mention. The school board has elected J. A. Tanner of Franklin, Idaho, for super intendent for the coming year. Mr Tanner has accepted. He is a young man, has a family, and comes highly recommended as a scholar and school executive. He succeeds Ü. R. Sbern who has been superintendent of the Rathdrum school the past three years. Fourth grade pupils of the Rath drum school, who won prizes and honorable mentions in the garden I essay contest, were: Roys — Harry Lyon, first prize; Herbert Kruger, honorable mention,and Gerald Brock, "very good." Gins—Elizabeth Gill, first prize; Lena Monaco, honorable mention. These essays will he pub lished in subsequent issues. Graduates from the eighth grade of the Lower Twin Lakes school, Dist. 30, this year are Thomas Brophy and Alice Hicks. J. G. Hill is Wednesday, attended the school Ibis term are Andrew Johansen, George Bagwell, Glen Hicks, Anita Hatch, Frances Brophy. James Hicks, Anna Johan sen, Howard Hatch and Mildred Hatch. This school, of which teacher, closes next Other pupils who for Miss Blair. The home of Mr. and Mrs. E A. Swanson was the scene of a very pleasant surprise party In honor of Mae Blair Wednesday evening. When Miss Blair arrived no children were in sight, hut in a few moments the front door opened quietly and the pupils of the fourth grade greeted their beloved teacher with shouts of "Surprise!" Siogiog games were indulged in to a piano accompaniment by Miss Blair, and later icecream and j cake were served. Mrs. W. J. Tucker assisted Mrs. Swanson in entertaining, ful gift was presented Miss Blair by her pupils. Those present were Miss Blair, Vada Nordquist, Verna Hannahs, Lena Monaco, Viola Troppman, Agues Howell, Elizabeth Gill,Evelyn Smith, Blanche Flemming, Margaret Swan A beauti Gerald Brock, Herbert Kruger, Edward Swanson, Mrs. and Mrs. son, Harrv Lyon, W J Tucker and Air. —c Swanson. News was received through the dis patches of the death,at Portland this week, of W J. Jordan, veteran agent for the Northern Pacific at Lewiston. Mr. Jordan was local i/gent at Rath drum over twenty yea: G ago, before going to Lewiston. < Surety Hum]» Loans Heal Estate Fire Insurance WEN/, BLDG.. RATHDRUM. IDAHO « m. Boa vor II i I P rMI ys*. M my « sM vl W&\ vs d A Frlmnd of Tour» In Yollowrtono Fork Yellowstone Park A MERICA'S greatest wild animal sanctuary. Here I you will see beaver, elk, bear, deer, Big Horn sheep, buffalo, antelope—friendly, unafraid— I as interested In you as you are in them. VELLOWSTONE is the pre eminent sight-seeing tour of the world—in additii the wild animals are geysers, mountains, lovely lakes, col orful canyons, forests, boiling pools, cataracts, waterfalls. on to 1 Go This Summer .65 Only $23 ROUND TRIP Rathdrum to Gardiner Northern Pacific Ry. i L. LentM'li. Agent Rathdrum, Ida. A note or phone call gladly make out your Itinerary, secure res ervations, and deliver all tickets to your home or office. —L. L. What Why Dot have a Dice, soft light in every room in the house?— simply press a button. Yea. the wife can have an electric iron and washing machine, too. if you install a Western Electric 15 D C ont fit. RATHDRUM ELECTRIC CO., RATHDRUM, IDA. For SALE or REST New 4-room house with bath. One 8-room house with bath. 8®"Choice Residence Lois for sale. Reasonable Terms. Call on me for ail odd jobs of PLUMBING. REPAIRING,Vtc. C. J. FLEISCHER RATHDRUM, IDAHO I ■ GENERAL BLACKSMITBING CASSEDY FUNERAL PARLORS HORSESHOEING & REPAIRING E. C. Metcalf Rathdrum, MCKN8EU KJIBAI.MEIt Rathdrum arçd Spirit Ca^e (.Successor to O. W. Slouel %S ~Licensed Lady Embalmer Idaho the bA THfe «MMUTIÜI NAKCR I til TTVr 3 « m Hi. r^i 1 r ik I JL IF J We sell the best that grows In the line of fresh and smoked meats. RATHDRUM MEAT GO. BUSINESS BRIEFS. rSP'ADVERTISIN« RATES—Display space 16 cents per column inch. Want ads, caTCs of thanks, resolutions of condolence, etc 4 fit cents per line. Notices of pay enterWlBç. tueuts, or events for profit for any purpose fee household will be charged for at regular rates. For Sale.—Fruit and furniture. Inquire Mrs.J F.Scbrodcr, Rathdrum. 61 p L. Double harness, wagon and rack for sale; also some grain bay.—W. J*. Tucker, Rathdrum. 51 tf Bundle oat. bay for sale.— W. F. Boekel, Route 1, Rathdrum. ûi Men with team wanted to break land; will pay $2 an acre, furnish need and give half potato crop. See me at once.—E.M Griffith, R. 2, Rathdrum. 59 Dip Gem potatoes delivered 90c per cwi. —Cbas. Polk, Rathdrum, Ida. 50 52p Prize winning strain S. C. R. I. U. eggs: setting of 13, 75c; 100,$5.00 B. Franklin, Rathdrum, Idaho. 48 51 A. Selling Eggs: Single Comb White Leghorns, Rhode island Reds, Barred Plymouth Rocks, $1 for 15. — Mr-.. W. 11. Edelblute, Rathdrum. 50p. Houses for sale or rental reason* hie prices.and furniture to »elh—Mrs. Julia Poleson, Rathdrum, Ida. 49-52 PRIVATE SALE.—Organ, side board, Morris rocker, bungalow bed, dishes, hooks, sewing machine, stove, rag carpet, 1 big rug,2 little rugs,few pieces cut glass chocolate set and sherbet cups.—Inquire of Libble-M. Bump, administratrix of Estate of Ida Baskins,Rathdnim, Idaho—adv. 59 51 MILK AND CREAM WE HAVE IT Out Motto: "Never Say No.'; Summer Prices Now in Effect. ■We Carry an Extra Supply. Just Say the Word. J. W. POST. Phone 44W. We Give 5 Per Cent discount FOR CASH On all (roods except gasoline and sugar. VALLEY CENTER STORE Remember wo handle all kind« o' farm Implement".