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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1908

VOLUME ONE. TOWN NOW OUT OF DEBT Olhe Street Work Carried I )ver \ll in. ml.t i s were present at the reg ular meting of the council on Friday evening last m» minutes <.r ihe last meting were »■ - "f 'he Marshal. Town Tre- MMTor and the Town Clerk |m read ■ml !• •• ,| pbrwl on file. I lie following hills were read and MM It vs I lender. M H \ and June salary, H $10,110 J A, Wilghi. | months oom'n. 47..1. r > « «n ttalley, June salary, .. fiO.ull *m Pilot, priming Ml V« >"< »' lons for Olive street were • «<l 4n>l oil luuiloii were laid over un ! !•- »I I. KilUl meeting. IMI atotioM. council ail join lied. Inm |i. W, lUiidir. clerk. MKKKH HKMI-ANNt'AD KKPORT. Fading June 30, I*oß. i i RHF..ST KXI'KNSK FIND: — Hal mi band. Jan. I, 190N, . . $2fi«6.3ti MwrltMl 11olil (HUM; Ileus. I.NT.l.'i ii. . i eil 11 oiii eoiiniy lreas. &53.54 MMWtted flout fines a.OO I l,i>lii In elites, Wti.ai Total. »3<;ir..a. ► U'KMHTI NFS l.mii.d lo Main St. Imp Mat, faff.fl ' i mul...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Whatcom Coun ty Washington, every Thursday by The Tribune Publishing Company. Charles D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager. Application made for entry as second class matter at trie post office at Lyn den, Wash. . SUBSCRIPTION. One year In advance. . , *» <' v In Canada and Foreign, one year, in ad vance, j a l -" 3 Correspondence solicited, ; Communica tions for publication should be Blgned by the sender for the reference of this •tflce. Cards of Thanks. Resolutions and Read ing nonces, five cents fof each line each issue. No notice taken for less man fifteen cents. News notes and reading notices mun reach this office later than Wednesday afternoon. , ' Advertising Rates furnished, on appli cation. Advertising copy or copy for •hange of advertisement must be In tide office not later than Tuesday noon. To The People or Lynden: THE' 'TRIBUNE comes into your midst without an apology. It has no friends and hopes to make few ene mie...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1908

ErzfSLßeckes, Real Estate DO IT NOW This is the season of the year when you run the greatest risk of losing your property by fire. We are agents for: Aetna Insurance Company. Phoenix Insurance Company. Washington Insurance Company. Imperial Insurance Company. German Alliance Insurance Company. We buy and sell Real Estate, Loan Money. Ex amine Abstracts, Pass on Titles and do general Conveyancing and Notary Work. We have inquiries for 10- and 20-acre improved tract. List your property with Erz (EL Beckes, Real Estate. MARION BIEHLER General Hardware Stoves and Ranges Sporting Goods I X L Pocket Knives ZOET & HAVEMAN MACHINE SHOP Bicycles and Sporting Goods. Agents for: Separators, Gasoline Engines, Gasoline Lamps, Motorcycles, Autc mobiles. Etc. We handle gasoline and all grades of lubricating oil. SWIM & ALDRICH PARK PROPERTY FOR SALE We have the lotr iv north part of town, designed for a park and picnic ground, for a quick sale for $20 per lot. The tract consists of 24 hits...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1908

HAMMOCKS Just what you want this "hot" wea ther. Special Prices This Week. $3.50 Hammocks, now $2-98 2.75, Hammocks, now, 2.25 2.50 Hammocks, now, tM 2.00 Hammocks, now, 1-G8 1.60 Hammocks, now, 1.19. 1.10 Hammocks, now, .M) Don't Delay. There are not many left and they'll go fast at these pri ces. CANNING SEASON lluy Your Fruit Jars Now. There is always a security later in the seaoson and we would advise the purchase now, of what you will need during the season. We sell: THE MASON THE SCHRAM THE ECONOMY. And they're all good, too. Prices the Lowest. Inquire before buying. NORTHWEST HARDWARE CO. ssH b^l^lbbsMslsslßsblMsHs^ Builders' Hardware. Mill Supplies. The Famous Brand of "Champion" 1 Stump Powder. 213 WEST HOLLY ST. BELLI NO HAM, WASH THE MEAT QUESTION All kinds of fresh meats kept constantly in cold storage. We take pride in our salt meats; they are the best products of the world's greatest packers. We pay the highest price, in cash, for beef, mut ton, hogs and hides. A. L. D...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 July 1908

VOLUME ONE. AUGUST FIRST NEXT HOLIDAY County M. W. A. Here For Big Picnic The M. W. A. of Lynden are work ing hard preparing for the ibig pic nic to be held two weeks from Satur day. All the committees met at Attorn ey BtXby'S office Tuesday evening for general consultation and to outline the work. The local Camp expects to have a unique float with proper ban ners for the parade. The Royal Neighbors, the woman's adjunct to the order, will have a beautiful homelike float. Captain John Edwards reports that be has his tug-of-war team well in band and will commence active prac tice in a few days. Warren E. Haw ley is rapidly fil ling his M. W. A. nine for the base ball contest, while H. O. Wampler is peering anxiously through the camp's i membership for available athletic ma terial. Attorney Martin, of Bellingham. phoned up that tbe B. B. and B. C. \ road had given a round trip rate from Bellingham of ~~> cen's on an exeur train which would leave there at S:3O a. m. The Bellingham ca...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 July 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Whatcom Coun ty Washington, every Thursdsy by The Tribune Publishing Company. Charles D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager. Application made for entry as second class matter at the post office at Lyn den, Wash. SUBSCRIPTION. One year in advance, H™ In Canada and Foreign, one year. In ad vance. wi.au Correspondence solicited. Communica tions for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference ot this •ffice. Tanls of Thanks, Resolutions and Read ing notices, five cents for each line each Ihsuc. No notice taken for less man firteen cents. News notes and reading notices mint rcucn this office later than Wednesday aiternoon. ..." v Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. Advertising copy or copy ror eliauge of advertisement must be In this office not later than Tuesday noon. •D. J. Kline In an able manner, lead the Declaration of Independance, a document that should be reverenc ed along with the Bible by every Am eric...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 July 1908

STOVES The Round Oak Range The lowest priced high grade R inge on the market with the manufacturers guaran antee with every one, should appeal to any one in need of a strictly up to date ar t.cle for the kitchen —call and see them. We also have Camping Stoves—just what you need for that vacation trip. Farmers' Mercantile GomDanu H. H. Jamieson, Manager Erz BecKes, Real Estate LEST YOU FORGET This is the season of the year when you ruu the greatest rink of losing your property by fire. We are agents for: Aetna Insurance Company. Phoenix Insurance Company. Washington Insurance Company. Imperial Insurance Company. German Alliance Insurance Company. We buy and sell Heal Estate, Loan Money, Ex amine Abstracts, Pass <>n Titles and do general Conveyancing' and Notary Work. We have inquiries for 10- and 20-acre improved tract. List your property with Erz <5L BecKes, Real Estate. MARION BIEHLER General Hardware Stoves and R nges Sporting Goods I X L Pocket Knives BAKERY Fresh Bread,...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 July 1908

SHOE FINDINGS of all kinds are here in abundance. Polishers for all colored shoes; Laces; Brushes; In soles Etc. Try Kiro Foot Ease for sore feet. This is the greatest Veiling season ever known. We have just received a supply of the new Auto Veiling, 27-in. wide, brown and black; it's swell, see it. Also have a liberal as sortment of chiffon aud other veilings in all colors and black and white. Oxfords demand neat, dainty stockings. See our new line of Embroiderietl, Tan, Lace and Lisle Hosiery for Ladies, Misses and Children. Special Prices This Week NORTHWEST HARDWARE CO. Builders' Hardware. Mill Supplies. The Famous Brand of "Champion" Stump Powder. 213 WEST HOLLY ST. BELLINGHAM, WASH Our Ice Box keeps our meats fresh and in the hest condition. Our ■ salt meats are the best. We pay the highest price, in cash for beef, mutton, hogs and hides. A. L. DRAKE, Lynden. ZOET & HAVEMAN MACHINE SHOP Bicycles and Sporting Goods. Agents for: Separators, Gasoline Engines, Gasoline Lamps, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 July 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE VOLUME ONE. DYNAMITE EXPLOSION CAUSES LOSS OF LIFE MRS. MOFFAT A VICTIM Little Daughters, Blown 200 Feet, Miraculously Escape Horrible Death. Mr*. Peter Moffet was one of the victims of the terrible catastrophe that happened at CleElum Wash., last Thursday. Many tons of blasting powder for the mines near Cle Elum were explod ed there last Thutwlay afternoon from unknown cause. About twelve tons of giant powder had been unloaded from a car the day before onto a plat form in front of the magazine and was allowed to remain there. This had become very hot from the suns' rays during the early part of the day, and, when the laborers attempted to put it into the magazine in the after noon, it Is supposed some slight Jar In the handling set the powder off, on ac count of its heated condition. Besides the twelve tons of giant powder ou the platform there were sixty tons of black powder in a box car on the track and several tons in the magazine and It all went off at once. ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 July 1908

The Lynden Tribune Published at Lynden, Whatcom Coun ty Washington, every Thursday by The Tribune Publishing Company. Charles D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager. Application made for entry as second class matter at the post office at Lyn den, Wash. SUBSCRIPTION. One year in advance. $1 on In Canada and Foreign, one year. In ad vance. $1 W Correspondence solicited. Communica tions for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this tftlce. ■ ards of Thanks, Resolutions and Read ing nonces, five cents for each line each Issue. So notice taken for less ....in iifteen cents. News notes and reading notices mv« rvacn this office later than Wednesday snernoon. Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. Advertising copy or copy for • linage of advertisement must be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. There seems to be a wrong lmpres sluo passing over this part of the atate In regard to ex-Governor Mc flrides altitude towards local option. It is p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 July 1908

M. W. A. PICNIC Two Bands, the Bellingham Band and the Ferndale band Excursion Train Leaves Bellingham at 8:30 aj. P araaoa^i:^ Lear the muaio and attend the dance m the evening, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FURNITURE Fine bargains in Dressers, Commodes, Tables Etc. A large assortment in tbe latest styles of picture mouldings. Have you seen the Fulton Reclining Folding Go- Cart? The best thing of its kind on the market. All the go in the cities. We have it. We also have the Gale, a cheaper but very service able rig. We have a big line of mattresses on hand and will guarantee them to be just what we tell you they are , or money back. KNAPP BROS. FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS SWIM &. ALDRICH PARK PROPERTY FOR SALE We have the loir in north part of town, designed for a park and picnic ground, for a quick sale for $20 per lot. The tract consists of 24 lots, bordered on the north by section line and along the southerly edge by a small creek which furnishes a constant supply of pure col...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 July 1908

LOST— Between Lynden and worth en, Sunday forenoon a dark blue coat. Finder please leave at this office. 1-t Mrs. K. Worthen took her son Frank to Bellingham this morning to be operated upon for adenoids. Mr. Thomas Carrel of Bellingham was in Lynden Tuesday. Hitting the Pips. When Jones got borne tbe other night he foand the family In a panic and the house being flooded from a burst water pipe. The first thing be did was to scold bis wife for not having sense enough to go down to tbe seller and hammer up tbe supply, pipe to prevent the water from escaping. Then he went downstairs and was soon heard hammering vigorously. After some minutes' strenuous work., giving ons last mighty blow, he asked, "How Is tt now?" "there Is no difference in the flow of the water." his wife calmly replied, "but as the light has gone out I very much fear you have hammered up Use gas pipe."—Exchange. The Garden ef Eden. The passage ta Genesis in which the location of tbe garden of Eden seems to be Indica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 July 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE VOLUME ONE. MEAD SHOUTER3 MEET Boosters Uproariously Cheer Remarks of Dirtin<ruished Spell-Binders Sather Becomes Humorous and Then ■Talks on the Corroborative Evi dence Bill The Taf t-Mead Club held a pub lic meeting at Jamsieson's Hall Saturday evening—The Social ists a meeting on the street and it seems the latter had all the crowd. However there may have been a hundred people at the big pow wow in the Hall. Three big guns were brought up from Bellingham in automobiles and fired shot and shell for a bouttwo hours into the ranks of the good natured Mcßride peo pie, who had turne 1 out for char ity's sake in order that the Mead bunch might have a target to shoot at, a half a dozen powder monkies of the 'machine" stood by and cheered wildly every time a gun went off. Judge "DeMattos lamented the fact that he couldn't buy a '60 cent picture of Senator Ankeny for his private office as he had done of all his other noble friends. Mr. J. J. Donovan admitted that he ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 July 1908

THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager- Application made for entry as second-class matter in the postofftce at Lynden, Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance • *1 "«Ja In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. Cards of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, five cents for each line each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New note* and reading noticea must reach this office not later than Wednes day afternoon. Advertising Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy or copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. This is a very perilous time for Young America. Every stone in the foundation of our great American Republic is turned over and over so many times and inspected by so man...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 July 1908

Dry Goods LADIES' WAISTS HEATHERBLOOM SKIRTS HENDERSON CORSETS LADIES' Men's Ladies' and Children's in all weights. In Groceries we have the best in the market. We are making particularly low prices on gallon fruits. M. H. JAMICtON MANAGER Frank W. Bixby Bixby & Bakker INSURANCE CONVEYANCING COLLECTIONS We have a long list of Town and Farm Property. Km Mm Musical / Fancy Candies Indents. UfUgS 0»„W Sewing and , Machines _ fKJ _ Tobacco. and Sundries MED ICIN E»S Toilet Articles Agents for urn tasti EDISON VICTOR COLUMBIA and STAR PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS For all the above machines New Records Just Received CEMENT BLOCK Factory Works F. If. SMITH, Prop. Cement Blocks, Cement Bricks of All Grades Cement Posts, Pillars and Entablatures. Cement Fixtures of All Styles and Dimensions. Call and see us for further information. UMBRELLAS SHOES GROCERIES FARMER'S MERCANTILE 60. Shoe Store and Repair Shop A full line of shoes for men, wom en and children. Repairing a specialty. H. Bakke R. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 July 1908

A Rare Treat! A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME TO VIEW THE MOON, STARS AND PLANETS AND ALL THE HEAVENLY BODIES c lhere tPill be an experienced operator to direct you to the best views and explain them. This wonderful telescope magnifies 2,400 times and enables you to t>iew the other world as you never did before. This ts all free to those whose cash purchases are $1.00 or more next Friday or Saturday. A ticket will be given you when your purchases are made. Remember the date: Saturday Aug. Ist '08 50c Japan Tea .... 29c 5 Packages Corn or Gloss Starch . . 25c 3 Soda Crackers . . . 19c LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE All Ready for the Big Picnic R. E. Hawley has put in the most of the week on the ground, with a crew of men, preparing the grounds, seats, refreshment stands, etc. The Bellingham M. W. a. Camp expects to have a train load of excursionists, who will arrive at 9:45. They will be greeted by the fraternal welcome of the 125 members of the local camp, while the Ferndale Band will discourse...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 August 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE VOLUME ONE. Whatcom County Goes Deeper and Deeper in Debt Every Year UNDER ADMINISTRATION OF THE MEAD MACHINE In Spite of Poet that Valuation and Taxes of County Have Been Increased by Leaps and Bounds They Have Not Been Able to Keep Up With Expenses Statement of the bonded and ol the warrant indebtedness of What com County for the fiscal years ending Juno 30, 1905, June 30, 1906. June 30, 1907. and June bO, 19U8. Compiled from the records of the auditor July 24. 1208. j warrants | earns ti 1 warrant* irarranti FUNDS . i.utNtanilinp! i-utMandingj outstanding outstanding [ June SB, lvi 1 .lune 10, hhw; June HQ, Ififfj Jvne .-in. mow General "county I* MAM 621$ 21.274 68 $ 7,933.71 if " 2.160.16 Genenal bridge 41.186.59 49.584.70| 74.819.5S 64.2H8.00 General road 173,223.85 171.798 29 176.755 07; 38 Car rest expeime . . 2.485.18| 1,863.01j 28.643.91| 56.715.41 K>aJdiHtricts 42,570 661 63,653 lOj 59,56*2 83] 93.711.79 Sold tore' Relief 895.5U 328-0 84.501 262.00 T...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 August 1908

the: lynden tribune Published at Lynden. Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 0. 1). JONES, Editor. H. E. STUART, Business Manager. Application made for entry aa second-class matter in the postoffice at Lynden, Washington. One Year in Advance In Canada and foreign, One Year in Advance i.ov Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. Cants of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, five cents for each line each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Wednea day afternoon. ADVBBTXSING Katks furnished on application. Advertising; copy or copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. A couple of issues buck we urged tiie propriety of holding a country fair In Lynden this fall. It lias received some encourage ment from the people but not such as is worthy of its importance t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 August 1908

Farms for Sale 40 acres fine clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road tfin rnfl c l ose in- Price with crop OOfUUU 66 acres river bottom, new house, barn, and orchard—a fine place. Price IZ|UJU 40 acres clay,all cleared.good buildings. IfeC OilA close in—fine place. Price oOi/Ull 40 acres unimproved clay land. Price 5550 Houses in town from $550 up to $2,500 Town lots from $<>0 up. ISTWe have a long list of farms for sale. W. I. Baker <£L Company R. M. LANDAAL DRUG CO. f Mter sweeeaee Sewing L Machines AND Tobacco, And Sundries MEDICINES Toilet Articles Agents for the latest EDISON VICTOR COLUMBIA and STAR PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS For ail the abort- m ach i ues New Records Just Received Dissolution Notice To Whom it May Concern: We the undersigned have this day by mutual consent dissolved the part nership known as the Landaal Kort lever Drug Co. Ihe business will be continued by the R. M. Landaal Drug Co. who will pay all accounts owed by t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 August 1908

Curiis Snows Nerve The lamlgmUon Men < i El Pa ■ Texas, surprised ■ band ot C Ineae being smuggled Into tbe v. s. near taut place and funis single-handed hlands fire ft Ihe unknown. Bl Paso, Tex. July 35.— Teodora Vieecoi lies at the hospital ward in i the police station with a serious pw t.l wound in bis right side Just b< . w i i. »• shoulder blude, which It Is b-2-.i ivtd be received in a duel In lh*| dark hist night In which twu cMx- i iuana and Immigration Officer v-n i Curtis exchanged five si" is. Viescos was found In I SHI il .\i.:;- hau adobe bouse near the liuttligra- Uon bruise on ganta Fs street at 10: M o'clock last nigh', wounded i aid in a serious oondition, Just two i hours after Hie Immigration luspec- i tor i.ad engaged in a din l p> the dark With two Mexicans who were caught in the act uf smuglging ■' hunch <f Chinamen across Lhe riv er. At about 8 o'clock Inst night, Im migration Officer Curtis, who was guarding tbe river, ran upon upon two Mexicans i...

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