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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

'AGE TWO. \ PF.KI F.XOF. -PEACHES us that in order to ob wi tair. the best results in farming we should be M mf t . Hlv f u i iv selcctins the BEST SEEDS obtaina ble. We have an extra good quality of Seed Oats, Wheat. Blue bell Feas, and Seed Potatoes. We have ALFALFA. TIMOTHY, STRAW OATS, and EATING POTATOES galore. See us before buying elsewhere. There is no limit \o the amount ot BGGS and POULTRY we can handle, having orders lor at least 1000 coup ot hens. WE PAY CASH and BEST PRICES. Don't t,>ur<-i -had we tMrrry a complete line of BUILD ING MATERIAL. Lime. Lath, Brick. Oetnent. Plaster, etc. Befit Branda and always frealv We still have left a little floor space for STORAGE. PIONEER STORAGE On R. R. Track, near Depot Phone X-702 Lynden THE COUNTY AUDITOR'S REPORT Coiitlniwfl h*ona _ giotulax receipts C„1 BW<-»W«c -*on; Ai: Sources at, -MWI by tlie Duplicate Tax Receipt., ami tSU mm 9mmm Auuito-. Duriu. mm C_l.naa-. Trttr 1918. mCV TA3EATIOK STATE — . - 4 44i,.5M General...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newi on Page* 1 and 8. Mrs. P. J. Hoekenga is confined to her home by illness. Miss Clara Tucker visited in Blame Sunday. Mr. Krink is suffering with a. severe case of quinsy. Dr. Wood was a professional vi sitor in Bellingham Saturday. Miss Beatrice Handy was a vis itor in the Bay City Wednesday. Mr.'J. Albert is suffering from an attack of the la grippe. George W. Prick Is the posses sor of a new automobile Ot the Ford make. A new girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Heathers Fri day. Mrs. Mcintosh, of Bverett, is ■pending the week here, the guest of Mrs. F. L. Wood. H. s, Bteinhauer has sold the shoe repairing branch of his busi ness to Mr. Maneval. Mr. Borrink is ill and under the doctor's care, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Muyskens, Mrs. Angus Young and Mrs. Ida Bdelen spent the week-end with friends and relatives In Bellingham John Burgraff aml family hare moved Into their new home, the Handy place, which they recently purchased...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

PAGE FOTR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Sncceeeor to radsc Pilot, in paara A.ng. B*. I*ol l.TEito tv, ftrat psblla'd Jst> 0, 1904 !j:.ii S_.-r_.-t. Utah. Aaf. 10. l*oi Published si Lyr.den. Whatcom Co, Washington. ' every Thursday. X lOIXHWEIO Owaer sad Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY wim sin 1 inn stAiva Or.c Yaar in Advar.c* $l.tf Six _o»ih» in Advance Canada and foreign, one Tear MS l.:.terea at BSSSasVeasSS n_i; matter. Ju;v », l)i>\ at th* j-ost ottSce at _>«- ue... Washington, under tha Act ot March S. Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. I hei.ountv !. Financial Condition. [ We submit on the first page of , this issue of The Tribune, the of- , filial report of County Auditor Will ; Wallace, showing the condition ot . the various funds, total expense*. | of the county government, and o;h t er information of interest to tax- 1 payer*. 1 The liabilities of the couniy ex cecd the assets b> $-00.507.4?. the 1 assets being M 7 S.l 52.32 and the 1 liabilities $57...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

GOLDEN ROn cereals!/ . The Qolden Rod Milling Co. Have been sending solicitors through the town and talcing orders for their cereals. We Have * Heir «°°dß in stock: and can fill the orders promptly if ordered here. Other new cereals carried by us are "Pearl Wheat" Ceretana Wheat Flakes, Ceretana Rolled Oats, Uncle Sam Breakfast Food and Roman Meal THE DEPENDABLE LINE of Coffees, Teas, Extracts and Spices are pleasing our customers. They are fully guaranteed. If you are not satis fied with the goods bring them back and exchange for other goods. HarrimoricTs Best is a blend wheat flour, one-fourth hard wheat, three-fourths blue stem, the equal of any blend wheat flour on the market, per sk. $1.30, a bbl. $3 Garden Seed and Garden Tools, Timothy, Aliske and Red Clover Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. ZYLSTRA REALTY I co. = DIALS** IN | Nooksack Valley Lands j WELL IMPROVED FARMS, AND I LYNDEN PROPERTY. PHONE 611 LYNDEN, WASH. JUST RECEIVED! A Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 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 —Two good milch cows. Bauman Implement Co. Lynden. 4-10-tf FOR SALE —A grade Holstein bull 18 mouths old. J. Meenk, Lynden. 4-10-2t FAHMKHS and STOCK RAfSKRS — Take Notice! If you want to dispose of good. No. 1 market able Beef, Veal. Pork, Mutton, Poultry and Eggs, in large or small quantities, at top Market Prices, for CASH, ring up or communicate with Our Market, Blame. Wash. P. O. Box 30. Sunset Phone otJ4; Farmers Phone -'302. 4-iu-tf. THREE BLOOM Manure Spreaders were s«ild on Tuesday by The Lynden Irnpleinent Company. FOR SALE —Fine Burbank pota toes, 25 cents per 100. J. W. Tre main, Sr., Lynden. 4-10-tf. FOR SALE —Mare Colt, 3 years old; color black. Inquire of A. H. Bruns, Lynden. 4-10-2t DRESSED NO. 1 common Sheet ing Lumber, only $8.00 per M at Union Manufacturing Co's mill; have remnants of...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

ORDER. IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHING TON". IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WHATCOM. In the Matter of the Estate of Bernard Colligan, Sr., Deceased ORDER. Bernard Collujan, J r , adminis trator herein, having filed and pre sented in the above named court Itis final report and petition for dis tribution in this estate, IT IS ORDERED tiiat Monday, the 2Sth day of April, 1913, ' at 9:30 A. M., be and is hereby' ap pointed for hearing said final re port and petiiton for distribution IT IS FURTHER ORDERED tha till persons interested in the estate of Bernard Collignn, Sr.. Deceased, be and appear before the said Su perior Court In Department No. 1 at tiie Court House in the City of; Bellingham on Monday the 28th day l of April. 1818, tit 9:30 A. M., then and there to show cause why final distribution should not be appro* ed and the said estate distribut ed to Bernard Colligan, Jr., of Dry ad. Washington, Miss A. Colligan, Chicago, Illinois, and John Colligan' of Walla Walla. Washi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 April 1913

PAGE EIGHT. THE COUNTY AUDITOR'S REPORT [Continued from Page Seven] BviLDnro rvxro. Cash Balance January t, 1912 1 478.69 Receipts— Bonds 9old • , } , !!??S Transfers 1.194.4. Total Receipts * 22,873.16 Disbursements — Warrants Redeemed * Transfers »- 48 Total Disbursements I 22.869.91 t'asb Balance December 31, 1912 * Me Total rash Balance December 31, 1912 I 50,125.61 FIXES ASSETS. Court House, Jail and (Hounds I 80,000.00 Court House Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 County Home (Poor Farm). Qrounds, Buildings, Furni ture and Fixtures 25,000 00 Brides und Road Improvement* 190,000.00 Total Fixed Assets $315,000.00 Total Assets $378,152.32 llxeess of Liabilities over Resources 200,607.41 Total $578,659.79 LIABILITIES. Warrants Outatanding— .ma it Current BSxpenae |ioe,Tas.«s Soldiers' Relief 195.00 (lame Protection 313.53 General Road 164,818.87 General Bridge 124,976.88 Marriage certificate 46.00 Total Warrant Indebtedness $397,133.89 County Indebtedness —overdraft 100.62 County B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

Vol. 5 HIS FIRST MESSAGE No Words Wasted in tHe President Appeal for Tariff Revision. President Wilson'B first message', to Congress was brief. He had cal- i led Congress together in extraord inary session he said, because a i duty is laid upon the party now In power which it ought to perform 1 promptly in order that the burden i carried by the people under exist- : ing law may be lightened as soon I as possible: also in order that the ' business interests of the country i may not be kept too long in sus- | p.-use as to what the changes are i to be. He declared it to be clear ( to the whole country that the tar- t iff duties must be altered. "While the whole face and meth- I od of our industrial and conimer- : cittl life were being changed be- I yond recognition," said the mes- i B»ge, "the tariff schedules have re- - mained what they were before the I change began, or have moved in the direction they were given when 1 no large circumstance of our in- i dust rial development was wha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

P-kiS rare So.-- in u—rr :i sc.«* tai -arte :i acre* jp? «io:ct ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES tt. :wir swst. Tut tit* ;at waois. warnis mil Kssirf* tuiu-rtu ou: jc.'istf jii-ntfiiis r" t.unra. Cnne i? nrw »-m* an jmuccoi » iw:. V. ."-"«■ :ea,: «C"ts» »>i 'uiuw n The E£KKICIEHVCTV SHOP YEN 5 T CG3ERY JONES i S£RRL'R!OR- rSrpnetor*. ■ » "..s _' > ;>- --~ * I >v . - v z> -..if 3EST > '£.!.?!> Sufu In *W Sfri i*i Ftis. itc Sai Film We Mr f ALFALFA TIMOTHY. STRAW OATS ixxi EATING POTATOES gal-see. S*e as b<fc« btrrißg eisewbere. Tirr; it irr.it :: ru i.rr<.->a:i: :•• EXiGS 1.T1: XL L l'Jhi"Y" :xr za.z>£lh. ru.'inr :rr>fr} tc X 1 .0. .-uiurH :r r>rrr:*. "« :_ FA: J.A5i.~. tic r-r_5T ~.A.. s^.r_3. I.*."*- MaTEE;IaL L.?i-f« Liiii. s*-.. £.-->c-r-.i. *\A*3«>ff it iiaj* i>;.' sspiani'te- f;-7 STVtR.A«sE. PIONEER STORAGE Or. R. R. Tr*::k. scur P'b.-ce X-TO2 Lr='i-e* OUR TM CQffIFICATES OF DEPOSIT £j~z -4 :.frr.: ire sr?:;.'. :'—:>— . * £•? rc^.:-:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New* on Pages 1 and 8. Mrs. Walter Soinmers, of Everson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steinhauer, between trains Thursday- Mr. John BUUIHI In confined to his home With an attack of neu ralgia. Mrs. P. J. Hoekenga is still se riously ill, and confined to her home. J. Hanover is Improving his res idence on west Front street with a coal of artistic light green paint. Mrs. Mary Jones entertained Mrs Biehler and Mrs. Sears, of Belling ham. last week. Mlbs Folz, I.ynden's popular mil liner, was a business visitor in Bellingham last week. The automobile of W. H. Waples broke through the platform of the scales .on Front street. New planking is being provided. Mr. E. L. Lash spent Monday in Lynden with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Pangborn, who is slowly recovering from her recent illness. Br. E. L. Benson was over from Acme this week and purchased a Hupmoh?le auto from the Lynden Implement co. Miss Florence Charroin, of Bell ingham, v former teacher in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

SEEDS Seeding time is here, and we wish you to remember that we carry the very best seeds we can find. We have Northrup, King & Co's and C. C. Morse & Co's Garden and Flower Seeds. Our Grass Seeds, Timothy, Red Clover and Alsike are all tested seeds. Weal so have Spring Vetch Seed, Oats and Wheat. Home Grown Seeds. 100 lb. Millet. Seed was imported from No. Dakota last year and grown here, per lb. Sc. Early Cory Corn, per lb. - lOc. White Wax Bean, bush variety, yields a long, yellow, stringless pod. and the beans that ripen are good for bake beans per lb. lOc. Genuine Holland Soup Pea, per lb. lOc. GARDEN TOOLS HOES, RAKES, SPADES, SHOVELS, FORKS, &C. Remember us when You order your GROCERIES We specialize on pure, fresh goods Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. ZYLSTRA REALTYj -co. — ; DEALERS IN j Nooksack Valley Lands j WELL IMPROVED FARMS, AND j LYNDEN PROPERTY. PHONE 611 LYNDEN, WASH. S WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS As a result of a com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 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 CONKEY'S Salt-em will rid your stock of worms; ward off dis ease and make every animal pro ductive. Try it —that's the test. If it don't satisfy you, come In and get your money back. Sold by the Lynden Department Store. FOR SALE —2 second hand show cases, 2 revolving postal curd racks, and 1 counter. Miss B. Handy, Postoffice, Lynden. apl7-t FOR SALE —Two good milch cows. Bauman Implement Co. Lynden. 4-10-tf FOR SALE —A grade Holsteln bull 18 mouths old. J. Meenk, Lynden. 4-10-2t HELP WANTED —I will need I or 8 wen or boys to set plants, work to commence at once: 50 acres to set. A hoe job for six men the rest of the season. Here Is h chance to learn the berry growing business. Chap Hayes Berrylyn Friflt Farm, Lynden. NOW is the time to disinfect your poultry house and yard with Con key's Nox-i-cide. It prevents...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

ORDER. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OK WASHING TON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WHATCOM. In the Matter of the Estate of Bernard Colligan, Sr., Deceased ORDER. Bernard Colligan, Jr., adminis trator herein, having filed and pre sented in the above named court his final report and petition for dis tribution in this estate, IT IS ORDERED that Monday, the 28th day of April, 191;',, a [ 9:30 A. M., be and is hereby* ap pointed for hearing said final re port and petiiton for distribution IT IS FURTHER ORDERED tha all persons interested in the estate of Bernard Colligan, Sr., Deceased, be and appear before the said Su perior Court in Department No. 2 at the Court House in the City of lkllingham on Monday the 28th day of April, 1913, at 9:30 A. M., then and there to show cause why final distribution should not be approv ed and the said estate distribut ed to Bernard Colligan, Jr., of Dry ad, Washington, Miss A. Colligan, Chicago. Illinois, and John Colligan' of Walla Walla. Washington, as...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 April 1913

PAGE EIGHT. NOTICE OF HEARING OF COUNTY COMMISSION ERS OF WHATCOM BEFORE the HONORABLE BOARD COUNTY. WASH INGTON. IN the Matter of the Petition of W. E. Braford, et al. for the Organ ization of v Drainage District. Notice of Hearing on Petition for Establishment of Drainage Dis trict. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a petition haß been filed with the Board of County Commissioners of Whatcom County, Washington, pray ing for the establishment of a. Drainage District in said County, und that said petition will be pre sented and heard by the said Board of County Commissioners, sit a reg ular meeting of said Hoard on the 2<ith day of April, 1913, at 10:30 A. M.; that said petition is in wo»ds and figures as follows, to-wit: To the Hon. Board of County Com missioners, Whatcom County, State of Washington: Gentlemen :- We, the undersigned inhabitants and freeholders of Whatcom Coun ty, State of Washington, residing within the territory hereinafter de scribed and a maj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

Vol. 5 LOGGED-OFF LAND Synopsis of the New L.aw Passed at the Recent Legislative Session. The following article is taken tbe Olympla Standard, and contains valuable information about the plan of the logged-off land law passed by the recent legislature, about which we have had many inquiries: "Active preparations to take advantage of the logged off land improvement bill passed by the last legislature is being made by vari ous interests interested in the de velopment of Western Washing ton. The Southwest Washington Settlers' agency is among the first to announce activity along these lines and has now under considera tlon a scheme to colonize some 200 families either in the neighborhood of Chehalis or in Gray's Harbor country. Tbe bill is generally styled the most constructive piece of legisla tion passed during the last session, offering as it does a solution to the problem of developing the logged over areas which largely compose Western Washington. It comes as the direct result of t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

PAGE TVTO WHY THESE CLOTHES? To be wll d-e-ssecl you want clothes of the correct design —the right style—the proper fabric lou want tailoring that will hoid the garment in shape—you want service, satisfaction and the right prist —ail of which you get in ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES Tins arore is heaz garters for cl.-vines safistar-.ir.r-., Csr mrnts more than measure up to a; requirements. Fro.-ri the as p-a-at we bsve oa hand n:*- we are sure »c can please asm The EFFICENCY SHOP JONES & SERRURIER Proprietors. FRONT STREET LYNDEN. WASHINGTON sMarn XPERIEXCE TEACHES u> that is order bo ob> tain the Iv*: results in farming we attOQsd be careful in selei.-tins tie BEST SEEDS obtei&aV ble. We hare an extra good quality of Seed Oats, Wheal, Blue bell Fees, ami Seed Potatoes. We have ALFALFA. TIMOTHY, STRAW OATS, and EATING POTATOES galore. See us before buying elsewhere. There is no urni: tr the amount :' EGGS and POIAVI Hflf can handle, hav-inc orciers tor at least 1000 coup,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newt on Page. 1 and 8 Miss Nettie Hoover visited" home folks Sunday. Miss Bessie Taylor was up from the Normal for Sunday. Mrs. Wilson Plummer returned from Bellinghum Sunday evening. Max Blonden was up from Bell lngham Thursday. Mr. J. B. Corking of Stran deli was a pleasant caller at Tbe Tribune office during the past week. The local \V. C. T. TT. meets to day (April 24) with Mrs. Richard Handy. O. J. Maneville was injured at the Dickerson camp Monday, being struck by a broken cable. Victor Bussard and H. E. Stuart made a business trip to Custer last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson auto ed from Bellingham Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Menser of this city. Mrs. Hadley. who has been visit ing in B. C. for a few months, re turned home last Thursday. Leon Pattison motored from Bell ingham Thursday and called .on his friends, the Tremains. Mrs. Robinson of Ferndale, spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Menser. Miss Brown, of Sunnyside. was the t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

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Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

Dependent not upon ability to make you believe that we have, but by proving that we have the choicest stock of Grocer les in town, we solicit your trade. We eliminate the housewife's worry over the selection of her table supplies. Phone us your orders, and we will send you just what you want. Home Grown Seeds. 100 lb. Millet Seed was imported from No. Dakota last year and grown here, per lb. Sc. Early Cory Corn, per lb. lOc. White Wax Bean, bush variety, yields a long, yellow, stringless pod, and the beans that ripen are good for bake beans per lb. lOc. Genuine Holland Soup Pea, per lb. lOc. GARDEN TOOLS HOES, RAKES, SPADES, SHOVELS, FORKS, &C. Remember us when You order your GROCERIES We specialize on pure, fresh goods Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. ZYLSTRA REALTY ===== co. = DEALERS IN Nooksack Valley Lands WELL IMPROVED FARMS, AND LYNDEN PROPERTY. PHONE 611 LYNDEN, WASH. W. R. C. NOTES A goodly number attended the last meeting of the...

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