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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 March 1913

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar glim in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising Oft BAT PREPARATIONS for an en larged spring trade have been made by C W. Waldron In rugs and furniture. He receives a MVTgM trade from all pans of the coun ty, and offers Inducements to large consumers. His imj>orted. room sized English Linoleum rugt are a novelty, and he sells a 40- --yard roll Of Japan matting, as thick as your band, for t'j.'jH which ia well worti) $12. Those rull sized fancy, mostly cotton art. ticks, roll rlra. special make $2.65 MSltniSSrS are a hummer la rugs, you can choose from 1000 and In size up to 11 x 16. No payments down are required on rugs sent out now, until May 1 and then only a small one, and] the freight la prepaid. Make yourj headquarters at lis stores when \ In Bellingham. Parcels are kept free 1 Elk street WANTED TO BL'V—2 or 3 dosefl choice, early blooming pansy plants...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 March 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71. meets erery Saturday In OJ.i Fellows' Hall. c. K. Bay ■ a V I Ste.nuauer, Sscretary. *' * H ' 8 ' Nooksack Valley Encampment. No. 50 nseeta BrM aud third Wednesdays In odd Fellow.' 11.' Oeu Scorll, c. P. H. 8. Stelnhauer, Scrlhe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 33, meeta nrst and third Saturdaja in I, O. O. F Hall Ethel Bailey, N. «i. Mra. w. w. Palmer. Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden Lodge, No. 86. meeta aecond and fourth Thursday aln Maauuir Hall. Ueo A Palmer w al. 1). W. Bender. See'y. W ' Lynden Chapter. No. 12. o. E S., meeta fust and third Thursdays in Masonic Hail. Mra ueo W. Uall, W. M. Geo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge. No. 137, meeta every Monday In K. of V. Hall. A. bunker. C. C. U. S. Stein bauer, K. of R. 8. Lynden Temple. No 82. Pythian Slaters, meeta aeioud and fourth Wednesdays In L of P. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet fiery 2nd auj *tv Saturdays in Pllley's Bail, ou Third St. Warren L. Uawir), Clerk. B. of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 March 1913

PAGE EIGHT. r ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mrs. Frank E. Knapp is sojourn ing in Bellingham today. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rathman and Miss Minnie Turner autoed to Bel lingham on Monday. The Royal Neighors' Needlecraf will meet Thursday afternoon, March 20, at the horn of Mrs. E E . Baxter Mrs. C. It. Axling expects soon to enter a Bellingham hospital for the purpose of undergoing a surgical op eration. Principal E. B. Hill of the North wood schools, instigator of the ve j ry successful chicken supper and entertainment given Saturday even ing for the benefit of the school athletics, invited Miss Nellie Oakes to recite on that occasion. Miss Oakes' number was greatly enjoyed und appreciated. Wm. McDonnell, who for more than a year has successfully con ducted the Palace Cafe, has sold the same to Messrs. Fillmore and Broadway, of Blame, who are now in possession. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Donnell expect to take a vacation trip for a few weeks, and will then return to Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Jackman en tertaine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

Vol. 5 WHAT WAS DONE A Resume of the Legislature's Work by The Tribune Correspondent. OLYMPIA. Wash.. March 15— Without doubt the most extrava gant legislature in the history of the state, and at the same time one that accomplished the least real hen eflclal and remedial legislation, ctfnif to a close in Olympia Friday morn ing. March 14. 1913, although sup posed to have adjourned at mid night. Not content with passing in to history as being the most ex travagant from the standpoint of appropriations passed, the house al so went further and voted extra sal aries to members and employes tc the amount of $1,000 In round fi gures. In some instances, doubtless the extra salary is deserving. But one particular case is cited to show how reckless the Republican ring became with the people's money. C Will Shaffer, state law librarian drawing an animal salary of $3,00< and having an assistant and stenog rapher who really do the work of the office, was allowed extra siila ry to the tune of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

?A"2 "0 X?EZ-.IE:>CE TEACHES us that in order to ob ■ » - best result* in fcraoiiig we should be careful is. se Lee tins the BEST SEEDS obtairoa \. We have an extra good quality of Seed Oats. Wheat. Blue bell Feas. and Seed Potatoes. We have ALFALFAJ.TIMOTHY.'STRAW OATS, and EATINGjPOTATOES galore. See v* before baying elsewhere. There v no"lirrtft|to~Lue7arrK>unt oi E2GGS and l l°olJl-.T*RY wf'can handle-Tia-ving orders for at least 1000 coup, d ktm WE PAY.CASH and BEST PRJCES. Don't forget that we carry a complete line of BCILD- DfG MATERIAL. Lime, Lath. Brick.Cement. Plaster, ftc B-rV Bran \a and thi ira fresh. .W- stili have '.eft a little- -i o- spar-e for STORAGE. PIONEER STORAGE OnHR. Trade near Depot Phone.X-702 Lynden NOTICE OF HEARING. IN THE MATTER OF THE Pff> POSED SALE OF CERTAIN' COUNTY PROPERTY. Notice Li given. That at imiss o'clock A. M. on Saturday the 12-a day of Ap-tl. A. D.1513 the Board of County Co-rimisaion e-» of Whatcom Co.;-* 7. ;«Vajh:asr toa. wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local N.wt on Page* 1 and 8. Mrs. Everett Horton was a Bell Ingham passenger Tuesday morning Mr* 22? m OV C X. me to the hotne of Mr. and Mrs. Nail Jensen Friday. abl« r 'r„ C Y. H McL * od HI and un able to be at his office yesterday. ham°Frtday rUnB t0 8e,1,n «- »7?u* Xk ° T V **** March -7th with Mrs. C. A. Bostwick. Dr. Mounter was in Bellingham on professional business Friday. F. M. Bloom was in from North wood Tuesday atferuoon. Mr and Mrs. Charles True were m Bellingham Sunday. Fred Hanson and family left for California Wednesday morning. Mr. Dunlap has gone to Seat tle to escape the dash of winter that is with us. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stark and little son, Whitney, cume over from Sumas Tuesday to visit relatives. Mrs. David Hintz attended the birthday party of her father, Wal lace Palmer, on Saturday. Ben Nelson, living north of town was sent to the hospital for the In-! save the first of the week. A baby girl came to the home of Mr. and Mra. J. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

PAGE POUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to Paclfle Vllot, first publ'4 Aug. 94, 1901 lynden Sun, first pablls'fi June «», 1904 Lynden «un-PUot, astab. Aug. 10, 190S Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. MS. BOUsTsrwaiO. Owner aad Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance 11.50 Six Months In Advance •<» Canada and Foreign, one Tear 2.00 Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lyn don, Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission Is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's business must be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed in the Tribune. When Job printing is obtained at this office the Tribune will cheerfully give necessary publicity free of charge. If you expect this paper to help pro mote enterprises to make money you can afford to contri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

New Spring Silks. Wa are aaawiac th* laraact aad meet eesaplet* Ha. «f sal he erar aaaai ia Lradea it la Meaaalises at 70*. 99* aad SI.OO >7 ta. Ohlna Mki SO* 24 la. Cheesy § aaewer Preef Fee lards, plain eelere aad tsgaraa rd fI.OO St la. Or*»a da Ohaa* . . §1.00 It v. Tab SUka „ §1.00 4t la Mlk Pealla SI .IS 243 la. Nataral eater Pea*** fjf* 2* ta. Nataral eater Peaejaa SI.OO I—airtil Peea-ee tOk . . SI.OO New Spring Corsets Baa Tea aad Eayal Wiriaatar Corset* here beaa ska warld's eaaad arda tor orer flfts rears. Taar are the beat fUUa« eeraeu atade. Waa raatable. _ Boa Tea Corsets at SS. aad S.BO Roral Woreeater Ouraata _ SIOO 1 SB. 1 so. soo. a 80. soo New Spring House Dresses. M«dH'i M.m. Oi aad Wnwtn ara the kiad «s a, large trade *a that* aarmeate Saaerlor aaaterlale aad werfcaaaa ehlp, battar atylas aad B* *kaa fouad la other asekea. Meadels Draaaae at Bl_»0 1«> aft all* eg* ?* Meadels Draaaaa at 8180. US 150 W. L. Douglas Dress Shoes for lien U»-ta-tha--iaate ■•data ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising ORDER YOUR Berry Plants from the LYNDEN FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION. -6-tf. FOR SALE—"Marshall" Strawber ry Plants. H. M. Bateman, R. 1, Fgrndale. 2 miles southwest of Lynden, near Fairview school house. ineh-20-tf. ORDER NOW —Trap-nested hatch ing eggs or cockerels from Slump's 200-Egg White Leghorn hens. Eggs, $1.50 per setting. Geo. R. Shoup, R 2, Lynden. mch2o-41-pd. TO MERCHANTS und large Consu mers —A stock of new gianitewitrt is now being closed out in quan tities to suit; also Camp Ranges, etc. C. w. Waldron, 1222 Elk street, Bellingham. IMPORTED ENGLISH Linoleum, room sized rugs, require no cut ting or fitting. Better try one, or a Smith's perfect, thick, 10.6 x 13.t! Axminster Rug for only $19.85 obtainable only nt Waldron's Elk Street Stores, Bellingham. ZYLSTRA HAS 2 farms for rent See him about It. 2-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71, meeta eTery Saturday in Odd Fellowa' Hall. C. t. Bay N(i t? s Stelnhauer. Secretary. v ' 8 ' Nookaack Valley Enrampmeiit. No Ml meet, ftrawand third Wednesdays In (Hid Kellow,' Uall Geo Scuvll, C. P. H. S. Stelnhauer. Scribe. Harmony Bebecca l*>dge. No. 35, meeta Aral and third Saturdaya In 1. o. 0. r. Hall Etb! Bailey. N. 0. Mr.. W. W. Palmer. Secretary! MASONIC. Lenrten t-odge. No at m e.t« aecond and fourth Tiiursdaya lv Maeonlc Hall. Ueo. A pulwer w VI l>. W. Bender, Secy. ' Lynden Chapter. No. 12. O. K. 8., meeta Brit and third Thurndaya In Masonic Hall. Mra Geo W. Hall, W. M Ueo. W. Hall, Sec y KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Linden Lodge, No. 1.17. meeta every Monday In E. of P. Hall A. Dunker, 0. C. 11. 8. Stein bauer, K. of R. s. Lynden Temple. No. ft 2. Pythian Slatera. meet* second aud fourtli Weduendaja in K. of P. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd End 4tu Saturdnya In riiley'a Ball, on TLlrd St. Warreo E. Uawley, Clerk....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 March 1913

PAGE EIGHT. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Chas. Runyan has returned from a three months visit in Orling and vicinity. Mr. C. A. Hanson nnd family left for San Francisco yesterday, with the Intention of making their future home in California. Mr. Everett Hawley has begun the erection of a house on his lot on east Front street. His friends regard this with suspicion. E. Edson, P. A. Wright and H. E Stuart went to Timon Saturday af ternoon to address the citizens on tho subject of consolidation. Kate Sndler will deliver a lect ure on socialism at the town hall on Monday evening, March 24. The subject will be "The War of the Classes. An Age Long Conquest." Miss Cole, Mrs. L. C. Wright and Messrs. Sampley, Fisher, L. C. Wright and P. M. Serrurier went to Glendale Friday evening, and served us judges in the debate aud declamatory contest held there be tween the various schools of Deltit township. Miss Christie Boehrlnger, chief operator - and Grace O'Neil, night operator have resigned their posi tions...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

Vol. 5 THE PROCEEDINGS Of the County Commissioners of Whatcom County. March Session, 1813. MONDAY, MARCH 3. 1813. The Board of County Commis sioners met pursuant to adjourn ment taken on February 17, 1913. Present, C. B. Legoe. Chairman; J. G. Kemper and Henry Shagren. Commissioners; and Will D. Wal lace. Clerk of the Board In attend ance. The following claims were allow ed and proceedings had: Current Expense Fund. Salaries of Auditor and As sistants $628.33 Salaries of Co. Clerk and Assistants 358.33 Salaries of Pros. Attorney and Assistants 323.33 Salaries of Treasurer and Assistants 501.66 Salaries of Co. Engineer and Assistants 357.33 Salaries of Assessor and and Assistants 447.70 Salaries of Supt. Co. Home and Assistants 197.35 Salaries of Supt. Schools and Assistants 240.00 Salaries of Sheriff and As sistants 218.33 Ed. E. Hardin, Salary as Superior Judge 125.00 William H. Pemberton, do 125.00 C. B. Legoe. Salary as Commissioner 150.00 J. 0. Kemper, do .... 150.00 Henry Shagr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

PAGE TWO. w-»h XPERIENCE TEACHES us that in order to ob mi tain the best results in farming- we should be • careful in seleetins the BEST SEEDS obtaina ble. We bave an extra good quality of Seed Oats, Wheat, Blue bell Peas, and Seed Potatoes. We have ALFALFA, TIMOTHY, STRAW OATS, and EATING POTATOES galore. See us before buying elsewhere. There is no limit to the amount of FIGGS and POULTRY we can handle, having orders for at least 1000 coups of hens. WE PAY CASH and BEST PRICES. Don't forget that we carry a complete line of BUILD ING MATERIAL. Lime, Lath. Brick. Cement. Plaster, etc. Best Brands and always fresh. We still have left a little floor space for STORAGE. PIONEER STORAGE On R. R. Track, near Depot Phone X-702 Lynden NOTICE OF HEARING. IN THE MATTER OF THE PRO POSED SALE OK CERTAIN COUNTY' PROPRRTT. Notice lb hereby given. That at 10:30 o'clock A. M. on Saturday the 12th day of April, A. D.,1913 the Hoard of County Commission ers of Whatcom County, Washing ton, will meet a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on Pages 1 aad S. Miss Leana Gwynn visited the Bay family the last of tbe week. Chris, Anderson is laid up with a severe case of rheumatism. John German is out of town on a two-weeks' vacation. John Burgraff and family have bought the Richard Handy place. Clyde Daly came up from Belling ham and spent the latter part of the week among his old friends here. Gerrlt Assink and wife are go ing to start lv a few days for Ore gon, where they have a farm. Mrs. M. E. Rittenburg and Mra. M. L. Watson spent Tuesday at the Bradley farm eust of town. Scoville fc Ogle have Just put on a fine new delivery motor-truck to use in their business. Lynden Is "not so slow." Correction: The date of the North wood entertainment is March 29th Instead of March 9th as stated last week. Mrs. C. H. Sears enjoyed a visit from her brothers, the Messrs. Cum mins ot Bellingham. a few days the last of the week. Miss Peai-l Tooker of Blame, Is the new assistant in the telephon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

PAGE FOUR * THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Sneoessor to feats* Weft, Seat enal'd Sag. M, I*ol fcrasm Sua, Scat pnbUa'd Jane as, ISO* •vends* Saa-VUot. sstaa. Sag. 10, I*OS Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co.. Washington, every Thursday. K. mOSmaBwSIO. Owner aad Publish** OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATOOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Taar In Advance H.M Sis Months In Advance.... .J» Canada and Foreign, on* Tear . .... too Entered as second-class mall matter. July ». 1»08. at the post offlce at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act or March ». 1«7». Hereafter all resolutions of condo leuce. cards of thanks, notices or en tertainments where an admission is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's buslnes* must be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed In the Tribune. When Job printing Is obtained at this offlce the Tribune will cheerfully give necessary publicity free of charge. If you expect this paper to help pro mote enterprlHea to make money you can afford to contrib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

WE SELL GROCERIES L nd j? Ur F°? cry trade is growing. We handle the kind of goods people want, and that explains why our business is growing. If you have not already pur chased goods from us, place an order, and see how well we can please you. Hammond'i Special, an all har Wheat Flour, per lack, SI.OO. Hammond's Best, or CHerri Blossom, per sack. 51.30. Gold Medal Quality, Bes Everett All our flours are kept in a dry room and'wi make better bread than the same flours ta ken from a damn. m\A mm Our Dependable Brands of COFFEES 3 grades, 35c, 40c, and 45c are giving univen satisfaction. If you want a better coffee than y« have been getting, try a pound from this Bran Pure Extract of Lemon, or Vanilla, per bottle 35 Lemon or Vanilla Flavor Extract " 44 25 Corn, Wheat, Chop, Scratch Food. Hay, Oil Meal, Shell, Alfalfa, Meal, RoUed Barley We are meeting all prices on BRAN and SHORT'S, and with a better grade Feed. HARDWAREanfI ENAMEL WARE Place our phone number IN YOUR MM M-29 VELEKE A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —Cheap this week. 1150 lb. mare, wagon scales, seed oats timothy and clover hay. Phone Rsll. T. H. Smith, Lynden 3-27-3 mch2 7-3i-pd WANTED--A man with team to plow and disc 15 acn-s. Will pay good wages. Frank Imhof, two miles north of R. R. depot, Lyn den. 3-27-St. SHINGLES — Skagit As. IS in. long 10 in. Clear. Good enough for any roof. While they last, $1.25 per M. Bertram Shingle C«., 3j miles west ol Lynden. Phone44lo, FOR SALE —Buff Orpington eggs for hatching. J D. Scrimger, 11..'l 1 ..' miles southwest oi Lynden, Phon 4714. 3-27-tf. FOR SALE —A few good second hand wagons, l.ynden Impl. Co. THE DE LAVAL Sepc-rator and Studebaker Wagons, Buggies and Carriages have no equal. Lyn den Implement Co. FOR RENT —Forty acres und>-rj cultivation, all Nwkseck River; bottom land, one mile from Guide! Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Lodge, No. 71, meeta »»*ry Saturday In Odd Fellowa' Hall. c. E. Bay. M. O. H. 8 Steinbauer, Secretary. Nookaack Valley Encampment, No. 56, meeta first and third Wedntwdaya In Odd Fellowa' Hall ueo. scotll, C. P. U. S. Stelnhauer. serin*. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. No. SS, meeta nrat aud third Saturday, la 1. o. O. F. Hall. Ethel Bailey, Hi G. air., w. W. Palmer. Secretary. MASONIC. l.yndea Lodge, No. 50, meet! aecond and fourth Tuumdaya 1b Maaonlc Hall. Uea. A. Palmer W hi. D. W. Bender. Sat'j. Lynden Chapter, No. 12, O. E. 9 . meeta Srat and third Thuradaya In Maaonlc Hall. Mra. Ueo W. Uall, W. M. Ueo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 137, meeta e»ery Monday Id K. of P. Hell. A. Duuker, C. 0. 11. S. Stein haver. h. at R. S. Lynden Temple. No. 62. Pythian Slatera. meet. • and tuurtb Wedneadaya in K. of P. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Wf»t »».ry 2nd and 4th Saturday, la PUlay'a Ball, on Third St. Warns K. Hawley, Clerk. B. of A. Y. Mee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 March 1913

PAGE EIGHT. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Dr. Wood was in Bellingham on professional business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rittenburg have moved to Blame where Mr. Rittenburg is employed In the Erie Shingle mill. The county commissioners in ses sion Tuesday appointed Jesse Rog ers as construction engineer for the Nooksack-Sumas road, the for mer engineer having resigned to ac cept a better position. Jacob Kooyman, of Orange Ci ty, lowa, arrived Tuesday for a vi sit with the Kooyman family, and to take a look at the country. Mr. Kooyman, Sr., who has been ill for some months, has not yet fully re covered. Kate Sadler addressed a falr- Bized audience on the subject of Socialism at the city hall Monday evening. Mrs. Sadler is an Inter esting and entertaining speaker, deeply in earnest, and held the at tention of her audience through a discourse lasting an hour and a half. Another lecturer on the same subject will be here in six weeks. The Whatcom County Fruit and Produce Association, convened at ]...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

Vol. 5 THE FINANCES OF WHATCOM COUNTY. THE AUDITOR'S OFFICIAL ANNUAL REPORT For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1912, orrtczßß or wxatcom couhty, wmnorw. County Auditor .*..... WILL P. WALLACE nEHSiJ NELLIE C. ROGERS , C .""" tv SAMI-El. E. LBITCH County Sheriff LA THOMAS County Assessor HP. McARTHi'K County Prosecuting Attorney ', ".FRANK W. BIXBT County Superintendent of School 3 '. DELIA U KEELER County Coroner HENRY THOMPSON County Engineer C M. ADAMS | irmt District ... J O KEMPER Second District ".....HENRY SHAGHEN Third District ' . . C B LEGO ED. E HARDIN ?QgLtAU H. PEMBERTON D. W °*. C. REACH Ctn»table for Bellingham HARRISON COWDEN UD IT A WIT AZi IXKBIT Or T«X nVAVCKS OT WMATCOIt OOTTSTY. WAwnioTOK. Rom tie rxscAi. teas xmnro Dtcnnn 31. i>ia. ASSESSED TAX.UATXOV AW TAX LITT TOM TEAS, 1911-18. , Hnmbtr of Acres AtassaM 345,047. Equalized va Hi c of land and improvements $ 8,362.738.00 Equalized value or city and town lots and improvements 9,981,140 uO Equalized valu...

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