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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

P AGE 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 —Blue Bell Peas. We have a large quantity. Lynden Dept. Store- FOR SALE —Second Hand Disc. Almost new. Lynden Dept. Store. OUR SECOND Dozen Automatic E lectric Washing Machines will be here In a few days. The number of sales made is conclusive evi dence that they are a great la bor saving device. Ask your neighbor's wife. Sold by The Bauman Implement Co., Inc. ORDER NOW —Trnp-nested hntch Ing eggs, or cockerels from Shoup's 200-Egg White Leghorn hens. Eggs $1.50 per setting. Geo. R. Shoup, R. 2, Lynden. COMPLETE Housekeeping Outfit at attractive prices, and on liber al terms. 100 new full sized cot ton lined quilts, cut to 68 cents each. Largest assortment of Room sized rugs. Have one now Nothing required down until June, and then only smnll month ly payments. Waldron's Stores, Elk Street, Belllngham. ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

ORDER. IN 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 Colligan, Jr.. adminls trator herein, having filed and pre ■euted 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, 1913, at 9:30 A. M., be and is hereby' ap pointed for hearing B aid final re port and petiiton for distribution IT IS FURTHER ORDERED tha all persona interested in the estate of Bernard Colligan, Sr., Deceased, be and appear before the said Su perior Court in Department No. 2 ut the Court House in the City of Bellingham 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 Baid estate dlstribut ed to Bernard Colligan, Jr., of Dry ad, Washington, Miss A. Colligan Chicago. Illinois, and John Colligan of Walla Walla, Washington, as the s...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 April 1913

PAGE EIGHT. Continued from Tage 5. Lenard Radder. do 3.00 Charley Bates, do ...... .. 3.00 A. Smith, do 3.00 Wnlter Brown, do 3 00 John W. Hardan, Labor on Wing Dams (Foreman) 85.00 A. Burnett, do 32 (•*• C. A. Morningstar, do 33.00 C. L. Morningstar, do 33.50 N. Bronsma, do. 46.00 D. F. Smith, do John Cookman, do 9.2 a Chas. Meyer, do 22.00 John G. Haveman, do 16.00 H. J. Brunink, do 8 00 Wm. Manning. Labor on Roads (Feb. and Mar.) (team) IJk C. T. Tawes, do '- 50 C. M. Mosher, Labor on Wing Dams with Pile Driver 40 00 George Neidhardt, ,„„„ Labor on Wing Dams 17.00 Cyrus T. Gates, Labor and Material removing Jam at Bridge .- 10.00 Paul Findlay, Labor on Pile Driver 2.50 Allck Johnson, Loading Pile Driver ° 00 I. 1). Searls, do 9.00 JJarthh odarthm oraht arheshthhd J. Dykema, Draglng G. M. Road 4 00 Leo Zweegraan, do 2.05 Prouty-Cuine Mill Co., Lumber 27.50 Larson Lumber Co., Lumber ••• Roo & Van Leeuwen Lumber • 21.08 Morrison Mill Co., Lumber 147.40 Geo. Elder, Lumber, etc fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

Vol. 5 TRACK AND FIELD. Big Meet at Lynden, Tomorrow and Saturday. The Event of the Season. Plana for the Fifth Annual Track and Field Meet, which will be held at the Fair Grounds on May 3rd, are complete. • • • Boys in trunks and jerseys have been running, jumping and throw ing weights, girls and boys have been practicing for the declamatory contests, all in preparation for the big track and field meet to be held here on Friday and Saturday of this week. All the schools of the county will be represented, and 300 boys and girls will contest for the several honors. • • • On Friday (tomorrow) evening, the declamatory contest of Group 2 will take place at Jamieson's hall, and on Saturday evening tbe pu pils of Group 1 will try for honors in the same hall. Nearly 80 schools will be repre sented at this great field and track meet, and several have entered o ver 20 contestants each • • • The admission to the evening en tertainments at Jamieson's hall is 15 and 25 cents, and to the Fair Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

PAGE TWO. When I boad of Blaokfael Indians front Glacier National Park established their tepee village upon the w( of the McAlpin hotel. 34th St. and Broadway, Kew York City, Manager Boomer of course- had to have theni register. The hravea were unable to write their names only in the picture language of the redman. This they did after James Shoemaker, who had the Indians in charge, explained to them Spring days are When the open road allures, you'll want and need a light, right and economical Ford. But, unless you get yours to day you're almost sure to be disappointed. The supply is big but the demand is bigger. Our great factory has produced nearly 3 quarter of a million Model T's. Prices: Kunaboui, $600: Towns Car. *6T5: Town Car. $^75—with oil equipment. For particulars get '•Fori! Ti'iies" —ar. interesting automobile magazine. It.s free—from R HAVEMAN'S LYNDEN AUTO AND CYCLE WORKS Demonstrations Daily ■ WORTH GOING TO SEE This store invites you to an inspection of the nobbiest s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Addition*! Local News on Pages 1 and 8 Regular fire department meeting next Monday night. W L Baker went to Belllngham, returning Saturday. Miss Mary Jamieson spent Wed nesday in Bellingham. Miss Crete Topping spent Sun day with her parents in Lynden. L. D. Pangborn and Miss Olive Pangboru spent Sunday in Lynden Rev. G. J. Brouwer returned the last of the week from a six-weeks sojourn in California. Miss Spearin of Belllngham, was the week-end guest of Miss David son. The Misses Hoover were Sunday visitors at their home near Ever son. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Horton left last week for Alberta, Canada, for an extended visit with their daugh ter. Chap Bf-yes reports large ship ments of trees being set out on the company farm. County Commissioners Shagren and Legoe were transacting busi ness in Lynden yesterday. Charley Vander Yacht is build ing a house on the lots east of Harry Worlow's. The Bauman Implement Co. has just unloaded two car loads of ma chinery. Mrs. Dan Clou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

PMIU PEOPLE are careful in the se'ection of their foods. They want pure, fresh goods. They want to know that the goods are carefully handl ed, sanitary handled by their grocer. We cater 1o the trade of Particular People. We are particu ar in the selection and careful in the handling of all the goods we receive. Hammond's Flour unbleached. You will like the flavor of the bread it makes. t ammond's Special is all hard wheat, per sack $1.53 Hammond's Best is one-fourth hard wheat; per sack $1.33 COFFEES and TEAS. We commenced handl ing the Dependable Line on March Ist Our business in these goods has increased four-fold in the two months since then. SUPERB A, vaccum packed, per lb. 45c DEPENDABLE, Blended - 4Cc GOLDEN BLEND - 55c iapan, Gun Powder. English Break fast, Ceylon Dependable line, per lb. 60C Enamelware and Hardware MILL FEED, WHEAT, CORN, SCRATCH FOOD, EGG MASH, BALED HAY Veleke& Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successor, to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. ZYLSTRA REALTY j m ; DEALERS IN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

'AGE 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 TO DEALERS and Large Consumers A stock of Granite Ware, Crock ery, etc., being closed out under price, by C. W. Waldron, at Dell ingha.tu. SHIPMENT OP Extra large Ax minster Rugs on sale. Smith's best perfect goods, size 12 x 13.6 going for $10.8f>, so don't scrimp the size of your carpet. At C. W. Waldron's, 12 30 Elk street, Bell ingham. THE LYNDEN IMPLEMENT CO. has Just unloaded a 42,000 pound cur of McCormlck binders, mow ers, tedders, etc., which they huve placed in their store rooms. Also n car load of Studebaker wagons was received by them this week. WANTED —A few tons of first class baled Timothy hay. Lynden De partment Store. 6-3-11. FOR SALE—At a bargain, Regis tered Jersey bull, 1 year old; 1 set of surrey harness and 2 sur reys. George Bostwick, Phone M 73, Lynden, Wash. 5-3-tf. FOR SALE —Blue Bel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

PIXLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third at. tmtmmm Orovw •not Llbmrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. PHONE Mo. R382 W. K. PIXLLY, Proo'r andMgr This hall, lately re built, and furnish ed, is for rent to private and public gatherings at the most reasonable rates. DR. B. V. MOUNTER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Over I.ymlen State Bank xonrsEir. Washington CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Dieds, Wills and Mortgages Drawn— Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made CRT mOWtIT FOB XiTWSEH LTDDEK. WASHINGTON CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. P. P. CRUIKSHANK Jawelar and Optician Jewelry, Watches anil Clocks Everything in my line can be bought cheaper in Lvnden than in the city. Cheaper rent and less expense does it. Come in and see. All Kinds of Repair Work LYNDEN JEWELRY STORE HOTEL MILLER European Flan X. P. HUT, Prop. Headquarters for Commercial Men Express and Team...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 May 1913

PAGE EIGHT. Our Querjp ancl Depar^ineivj: On what dats was th* Johnatoem flood? May 31. 1889. iioiUS* What Is nepotism? Patronage bestowed In consideration of relationship and not of merit In what states are marriage licenses nsoessary? In all states and territories except Alaska, New Mexico and South Caro lina. Do any states prohibit the marriage •f whites with Indians? Yes. Such marriages are void in Ari zona, North Carolina, Oregon and South Carolina. Is it considered unlucky to bo born •n Friday? Some people possess that supersti tion, but Presidents Washington, Madi son, Monroe, Pierce and Hayes were born on Friday. What are th* dimenalone of th* Roosevelt dam and where ia it looatad? Two hundred and eighty-three feet eight Inches high, 108 feet at the base and 20 feet at the crest, which extends 1,080 feet It is situated in Arizona In one of the desert regions of the world. The water which It Impounds reclaims 200,000 acres of land. Ha* an Indian evar been president? William H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

Vol. S A Man's Career Is Not the Whole of Life My President JOHN CRIER HIBBEN of Princeton University H MAN'S career is NOT THE WHOLE OF LITE. If this poor fraction is regarded as possessing an integral value there is a pitiful poverty even in the midst of abundant pos sessions. The fullness of any single life is dependent upon the LARGER LIFE ABOUT IT, which 1b capable of touching, ab sorbing and transmitting into its own vital power and' energy. THE PROGRESS OF THE WORLD IS DUE NOT SO MUCH TO THE GREAT CAREERS OF GREAT MEN, BUT IN A VERY LARGE MEASURE TO THE EXCESS OF TIME AND THOUGHT AND .ENERGY WHICH BUSY MEN HAVE NOBLY GIVEN TO THE WORLD'S NEED AND THE WORLD'S DISTRESS. The untired efforts of tired men, the generous giving of the time on the part of those who have no time to spare, the devotion of the hours of rest to additional service, the UNREQUITED LABOR, THE INVESTMENT WHICH PAYS NO DIVIDEND —these are the factors which enter constructively into the world's progress I and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

PAGE I WO. W Practical Baking Lessons The Iftght Material* Bear in mind that the best materials make the best food. A Boft Winter wheat pastry flour is as necessary for cakes as for biscuits. In fact, it should always be used with baking powder, as it absorbs moisture more readily than hard Spring wheat bread flour, which contains much slow dissolving gluten. If broad flour is used for cake, one must use at least one-third more moisture than ia called for by the recipe, for all cake recipes are written for pastry flour. A great deal of the uncertainty of cake baking is eliminated by using a double raise baking powder such as XC. The batter need not be hurried into the oven, nor need one be careful about slamming the oven door, or jarring the stove. X C is really a blend of two baking powders, one of which commences to raise aa soon as moisture is added; the other ia inactive until heat is applied, so that the raising is sustained against all danger of falling until the cake is baked...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

local and personal Additional Local News on Page* 1 and 8. Regular fire department meeting next Monday night. D. L. Jamieson and party autoed over from Everson on Sunday. W. H. Bliss was in Belllngham Monday. Miss Eva Hoover, of Everson, apent Sunday with her cousins, the Misses Ada and Nettie Hoover. Stanley Hess and Hal Lyle. of Belllngham, visited the Meurer home on Sunday. Miss Laura Wheeler was over from Maple Falls Sunday, visiting Miss Darline Harkneaa. Miss Lida Stone was the . «vest of Miss Tillie Meurer Saturday e venlng. Miaa Minnie Turner waa over from Clearbrook Saturday to at tend the Lynden Orchestra dance. Norman and John Thompson and Miss Kate McElhoe, of Everson, at tended the Track Meet Saturday. Mr. E. R. Shaln left yesterday for Vancouver, B. C, to remain dur ing the Summer. The Tribune was favored with a tall by Mr. Farrington, of Custer, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Boerhave and Mr. and Mrs. H.C . Smallfield auto ed. to Belllngham. Monday. The Ladies' Musical ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■ueoesso* to Paclflo Pilot, first pnbl'd Aug. S4, ISOI nynden Sua, first publla'a Jans as, 1904 I.jnden Sun-Pilot, sstab. Aug. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. tt. nOSSnSWSIO. Owner and Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Tear In Advance ILtO Six Months in Advance.... Canada and Foreign, one Year....., S .M Entered as seconrt-class mall matter, July 8, 1808. at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act oi March 3, 187». j Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. The Real Question. Shall the common welfare be su preme? Or shall little Influential groups get special privileges from the government? This is the real question involved in tariff revision • • • • Shull a fe w sugar growers be per milted to levy on nil the people? Shalt the people be taxed on be half of the sheepmen? Shall the manufacturers of woolen goods be favored heavily at the. expense ot the nutlou ns a wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

Buy Quality When you order your Groceries? You can often get a little more of a poorer article for your money, but will you be satisfied with the goods? Our business has grown until we can buy in sufficient quantity to get the lowest price, and yet often enough to keep our goods fresh and pure. And we never sacrifice the Quality to save a cent or half a cent on the price. Quality is aU ways first at our store. SUGAR-It is wise to lay in a supply of sugar now, to last thru the canning season. The market reports already announce a rise in the price of sugar. We are still selling at the low price. HAPPY HOME CANNED GOODS—Toraatoea, Corn, Hominy, Succotash, Break Beans, Oysters, Peaches, Pineapple, Apricots, Pears. Many of our customers have told us that these are the ve ry choicest canned goods they have ever used. Try a package of French Gloat with your next ironing. You will be delighted. 10 cts. a pkge. Enamelware and Hardware MILL FEED, WHEAT, CORN, SCRATCH FOOD, EGG MASH, BALED HA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

PAGE SIX. ' WANTED Nonces 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 RENT—4O-acre ranch. Good buildings. George Bruns, at Bau man Implement Co. Phone XOB2. my-l-tf FOR SALE —At a bargain, one heavy saddle; 1 set of surrey harness and 2 surreys. George Bostwick, Phone M 73, Lynden, Wash. , 6-8-tf CHARLOTTE HEUN —Violin Teach er. Phone Nooksack 3311 or address R. F. D. No. 3, Everson. Terms on application, my-10-tf. FOR SALE or TRADE —A 1911 mo del 36 Horse Power Automobile, in excellent condition, —CHEAP. Will consider trading in on the purchase price of farm land, ri ver bott/om lund preferred. Mrs. P. H. Kooyman. 6-8-tf. WANTED —A few tons of first class baled Timothy hay. Lynden De partment Store. 6-3-11. STRAYED —Into my premises May 6, 1913. one span ponies, mare black, horse brown. Owner please call and settle expenses and take them away. Mrs. M. L. Burget, Laurel, Bell...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

PIXLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third*. aeraOM fiWvew Mat Llttm+tj LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. PHONE Mo. R382 MT. K.PiXIEY. Profj'r andMgr This hall, lately re built, and furnish ed, is for rent to private and public gatherings at the most reasonable rates. DR. B. V. MOUNTER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Over Lynden State Bank ITKDM. WABZXaTQTO* CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public rHeds, Wills and Mortgages Drawn At.straits Examined—Collec tions Made CRT ATTOBJTSY TOM imil ITaTDjUT, WAsnCtsTOTOX STUURMAN ft HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. P. P. CRUIKSHANK Jeweler ud Optician Jewelry, Watches and Clocks Everything In my line can be bought cheaper in Lvnden than in the city. Cheaper rent and less expense does lt. Come in and see. All Klnda of Repair Work LYNDEN JEWELRY STORE HOTEL MILLER European flu B. B. BUT Prop. Headquarters for Commercial Men Express and Team Work Vnaßß, WABBXYOTOV...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 May 1913

PAGE EIGHT. Our jQ Depayxmeivt How did the United States come into posssssion of the strip of land through Panama known aa the oanal zone? By the treaty ,of Nov. 18, 1003, the United States guaranteed the Independ ence of Panama, and the latter granted to the United States, In perpetuity and with sovereign rights therein, tbe strip of land now known aa the "canal sone," extending to a width of five miles on either side of the Panama canaL Haa Cuba a permanent army T Yes. Its strength Is 6,000. What year did the Baylsss dam at Austin, Pa., collapse, and hew many people wars killed? 1011. Eighty-five. What was ths result of tho Yalo aanior vote for ths present year? Vanderbllt Webb of New York was voted the most brilliant of the class of 1013; Harold Stanley, golf champion, the sportiest, and Archer Harmon, hockey captain, the handsomest and most popular member. What area doss the nsw Grand Cen tral station in New York oity cover? Seventy-nine acres. What are the ehlsf products of Cub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 May 1913

Vol s Humanity Talks Too Much By M. OSSIP LOURIE. Russian Psychologist RUMANITY must now inaugurate a campaign against ver bosity. Talking is a disease. WORDS HAVE BECOME A MENACE TO SOCIETY, SCARCELY LESS THREATENING THAN ALCOHOLISM OR TUBERCULOSIS. CIVILIZATION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS NEWLY DISCOVERED MALADY, AND NOTHING LESS THAN A SPECIAL SYS TCM OP LAICAL MONASTERIES AND CONVENTS AND A STRICT REGIME OP SILENCE CAN STOP ITS RAVAGES. Verbomania ia a very ancient disease, but its ethical and social dan gers are only beginning to be recognized in these days, when the value of creative activity is being emphasized and is becoming a generally accepted belief. PROGRESS IS HINDERED BY VERBOSITY, which has become a widely prevalent disease and vice. As such its im portance cannot be overestimated, and its INDIVIDUAL AND SO CIAL CONSEQUENCES CALL FOR THE IMMEDIATE AT TENTION OF THE TEACHER, THE MINISTER AND THE DOCTOR Like the pianist who is able after much practice to render a diffi cul...

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