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NO 20 KKPIMU OK THE CONDITION OF TUE - RATHDRUM STATE BANK, LTD. AT RATUORDHi IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF UCSINESS. SEPTEMBER 14. 19*3. -RESOURCES. 1 Lords and Discounts. I Overdrafts.. 3 Stocks, Bonds and Warrants. 5 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures, 7 Claims, Judgments. Etc. 8 Cash on band. B Due from Banks. 11 Other Cash Items .. . Iu9n.10.24 11.40 . 15882.41 .. 10414 08 135.00 7919,81 . 75204.19 92.58 Total . i 285.730.61 -LIABILITIES 1 Capital Stock paid In . 2 Surplus fund. 3 Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 4 Amount Reserved for Tuxes. Interest and Depreciation. 6 Individual deposits subject to check. 6 Savings Deposits. ..... 7 Demand certificates of deposit. 10 Cashier's Checks. 11 Certified Checks. Total Deposits. $ 25000. 100(10. 3872.11 573.07 138.830.54 96265.21 , 21024.75 131.70 33 17 I 1246.120 50 Total State of Idaho, County of Kootenai, — sa. I, R. E. Young. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. E. YOUNG. Cashier. Correct. Attest: t 286,730.61 » Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of Sept. 1023, I certify that I am NOT an officer or Director of this Bank. Seal) Miles P. Egbers, Notary Publie, residing at Rathdrum. Idaho. STEWART YOUNG. FRANK WENZ. Directors. jtj // yrm/yma COAL and WOOD Our Bear Creek Coal Now In the Bin, can be delivered in town at $12 per ton We also offer 3 Ricks of Wood Pine for Fir ahd Tam. for Take your choice. $ 10.00 10.50 Rathdrum Grain & Supply Co. Il Mrs. A. E. Alberts recently return ed from a visit in Los Angeles, Calif L. E. Hanson and Rufus Ainsworth were visitors from Spokane Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hart spent Christmas with relalivts at Fairfield. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Rogers anti daughter, Donna, spent the holidays with relatives at Victoria, B. C. Roof cement and roof paint may both be bought at the Elevator.—adv Heyer Nampa arrived Saturday for a at the home of Mr, Heyer's daughter. Mrs. S T. O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Cha«. ot visit Miss Anna Remer of Vera, Wash . has been visiting recently at. the home of her sister, O'Donnell. S T Mrs. See our Big Reduction in Price Auto Tires, such as we have in stock J. J. Feely.—adv. 28tf. on Marjorie and Ella Reiniger return ed to Cabinet Tuesday, after spending some of the holidays with t heir grand mother, Mrs Anna Reniger. Mrs W. J. Wilsoa/of Yakima, Wash., spent the holidays at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Caroline Waddell. If you want windows for house, barn or cellar, call at the Elevator — adv. i I Grant Sheffield has recently pur chased 30 acres of land of the F It ! Grinnell company and expects to 1 - raise alfalfa on it. says the East Farms correspondent, of 1 he Spokane H Valley Herald. I 1 j ' F. L. FARNSWORTH GARAGE General Auto Repairing and Electrical work a specialty. us figure on that overhaul and rehorinjr job. Have the old rar put in ehape for next Kummers run. Prices ri<rht and work <ruaranteed. Tops put on. Batterie« recharged. I'hone 41 W. H. J. Fehlhaber of Purple SfrlngF, Alberta, was a visitor in Rathdrum this week for the first time in two years, while on a brief trip down to Spokane. He has a farm in Alberta, which he operates with a tractor. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. House and little son of Malden. Wash., returned home Tuesday after spending ihe Christ mas holidays at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W II Overbey her of James Delp has traded his orchard tract to the £. B Grinnell company H for 86 acres of raw land and the store ' at, East, Farms, says the Spokane I , ^ Valley Herald. Mr. Delp expects to I j put most of the land into alfalfa and I 1 go into dairying. j A. Campanelli and Wenatchee, Wash , were guests at the Louis Monaco home over New Year's. Mr. Campaoelli formerly conducted a shoe repair soop in Rathdrum. family, We deliver milk and cream every J. W. In any quantity. 19tf morni ng. Post, Phone 44 W. David P. Wejr was in town Wed- j nesdav his back his farm near Seasons after an absence of several days some real estate literature telling pastern people some of the advantag es of the Great Northwest. Mr Weir i< getting not Mr. and Mrs Fred Hering returned borne Monday from Aberdeen, Wash . where they spent a week visiting their daughters, Mrs. C L Libhv and family and Mrs. Ralph Wilkins. Mr, and Mrs. Hering report an enjoyable visit, even though they were there during one of the worst wind storms the coast has seen for a number of years The wind blew 80 hour, breaking many large plate glas« store fronts and damaging some residences. miles an Another Holiday Wedding. Miss DorW Aldrich was married at N"Wport D*'f. 27. to Ted Cook of , ... Spokane. The bride Is a mec- of Mrs . _ , . . ,, , S. L Farnsworth and is well known . . , here, being a former student of the ,, ... . , _ . , ... Rathdrum high school. It. 1 « rpport ... .. „ , ed they will re-od^ in Spokane. ; i S. L, FARNSWORTH'S FEED STOKE I S. L. FansvorU, Prop. ! Hay, Grain and Feed. + Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement and Hard wall Plaster Rathdrum, Idaho. f ♦ ! i .» v I« 1924 Good ice weather. • The boys have found (food skiting in the creek thru town during the past week. The motor snow plow of the Haw ley stage line smoothed the highway between Rathdrum and Spirit Lake Wednesday and Thursday. School opens next Monday after a two weeks' vacation. Ths rooms have been given a special cleaning arid have been fumigated during the hulidajs. A number of people stayed up Monday night to usher In 1924. New Year's was observed with holiday hours at the Post office and hank. There was a basket ball game at the gymnasium and the Star theatre gave an extra show and dance at night. Deeds for the transfer of part of Post's Rathdrum from Laura Waddell el vir to Lucy A. Knox, $400; and part of Block 2 known as School addition to Rathdrum from Edward A. Wiese at ux to Alta M. £ inlay, $350, wera filed for record at the county seat Dec. 26. The attention of the Tribune ha« b?en called to a stray horse west oi town which it is asserted bad been turned out to starve, but is being fed , by a farmer of the locality. The own , . , , ,. . . er moved out of the neighborhood . , . over a year ago and now resides In .... . , . .. another part of the county, but the . , , , , , cayuse comes back to his old range . , ... The estray law provides for taking up . , . . such slock between Nov. 1 and Mar. and sale by the constable after due notice has been ignored by the owner j Block H of Addition to I 1 The following children of Mrs. j Helen Stoddard were present at-their mother's funeral Wed nesdav, some of | those from out of town remaining for Walter Stoddard. C E Sarah Stewart and several days: Stoddard, Mrs Mrs. Lina Fowler of Coeur d'Alene; Mrs. DeMarsh of Omak, Wash.; Mrs. Ida Reiniger and Miss Maud Stud dard of Rathdrum; Mrs. Edna Leid Inger. Chicago; Mrs. Vance, Sand point; W. E. Stoddard, Sooqualmie, Wash ; Bert Stoddard, Penoka, Canada; and Tom and Inez Stoddard, of Seattle, Wash. Cold New Year's. New Year's eve and morning were the coldest so far experienced this winter Following the snowstorm of last, week the cold wave struck here Saturday wi'h a biner wind from the north which continued during Sunday and Monday The thermometers re; d as much as 16 below zero Monday night The weather moderated New Year's day. the mercury climbing to several degrees above late In the afternoon Clouds obscured the sky and a quarter inch of snow fell during the night the weather clearing again in the morning O^er a foot of snow covers the ground In town and nearly the same on the prairie The roads are open and sleighing is fine. In the woods a few miles 10 the north and west the «•now is much deeper and the crust makes travel with teams somewhat difficult All me used roads are open and aut.os are running Won New Yen's Came Rathdrum high school defeated r ha-kf hall eam from ihe Spokane Y M C A Tuesd i.v night at 'he local g\iuna*iqtu, score 18 to 16 . 'i. !*£ Beal Estate Fire Insurance Loans Surety Bonds WKNZ BLDG.. R VTHDRUM. IDAHO i i O t It takes time, repetition and com mon sense arguments to make people believe in buying your goods and come back for mors. Too many advertisers empty their appropriation sand boxes on the first grade, and the road to ad vertlslng success is strewn with the bleaching skeletons of the victims of one Insertion. John Vaatmsker one« amid, "To discontinue advertising la like Ink ing; down your alfa." You have a sign above your door to let people know who you are and what you are doing. That*« what your ad vertlslng does. It t m«Iy multiplies your aigu. It lets thousands of people know what you bas* to sell.—M. L Corey, Secretary National Retail Hard ware Dealers' Association In Retailer and Advertiser. Keep ioar ti, la tbta paper If pan wish to keep year baalaoaa before (ko people. FOR SALE: Toledo six-cover strel high top range $28 00, like new. Billiard and pool table, pirlor size $22.00—CIIILCO MERCANTILE CO , Chllco, Idaho. —Adv. 30 If. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank the Women's Relief Corps, the church, and all the friends, who kindly rendered assis tance and öftere 1 comfort to us during the illness, death and funeral of our beloved wife and mother. E. Q. STODDARD and Family. 32 p At it 7\V/i U m SIS We sell the best that grows in the line of fresh and smoked meats. RATHDRU.AI MEAT CO. tARMINO 7 ARCHITECTURE? BAN KINO- 7 MANUFACTURtMG INSURANCE. 7 JOURNALISM > ART r LAW P . /'IDiONE.fJ kv* V « ? V A I GET 1» X*** PLANNING MUDDLING TX THERE will you be ten years from now? The answer depends on VV the course you follow. 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Stonel t3T ~Licensed Lady Embalmer ANNUAL REPORT of Belmont Highway Dis r cl. Amount 00 band Jan. 1, 1023 Taxes and auto licenses $ 176.61 received •2016:00 $2195 61 1870 11 Total Paid out Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1924 $ 326 10 J. T. Busk, Secretary Belmont Highway D*sf. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cires Colds. Croup sod Whooping Cough.