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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 May 1913

PAGE SIX. W AN T Er D 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 or TRADE —Good bug gy, cart and single harness. F. O. Peters, Phone 4403. 6-22-tf. IF YOU HAVE a large Room don't scrimp the size of your carpet, $19.85 will buy a new, perfect, 12 x 13.6 Axmlnster Rug, atWal dron's Stores on Elk Street, in Bellingham, or half the mall or der house prices. HAVE A FULL sized, new, mostly cotton Mattress for only $2.65; has an art tick and roll rim, or a satin finish, full sized new Brass bed, for only $9.85. Wal dron's, Elk Street, Bellingham. HAVE A NEW Rug, and commence your monthly puymenis in July, from Waldrou's Stores, sizes up to 12 x 15 In all kinds. NO MATTER how badly soiled or spotted the garment may be, Han over, the Lynden tailor, can make it look just fine. 5-29-tf. ORDER YOUR SUIT for the Fourth NOW, from Hanover, Lynden's Merchant Tailor. 6-29-tf. GO...

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. — 29 May 1913

IF ITS CORRECT. CHEASTY HAS IT EASY, COMFORTABLE OUT-DOOR WEAR To Ttease Men of cAll Degrees of Youth, Norfolk* Suits; Auto mobile Coats, Caps, Leggings; Golf Shirts, Gloves' Hose, Sweat ers; Summer Under wear and Union Suits; Neglige Shirts, and new French soft-cuff Shirts; pleasing Neck wear, Soft Hats, etc. Mail Inquires and Orders Giv en Prompt Attention. Cheasty's Haberdashery SEIATTL.E Send 25 cents (or new Cross Safety Razor. CHAS. B. BAMPLET ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Dteds. Wills and Mortgage! Drawn— Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made ostt tnvuir rom irnn CITY MEAT MARKET sraiuu* < masiM 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 F. P. ORUIKBHANK Jeweler aad OptlcUa jewelry. Watches and Clocks Everything in my line can be bought cheaper in Lvnden than in the city. Cheaper rent and less expense doea It. Come In snd see. All Kinds of Repair Work LYNDEN JEWELRY STORE COTTAGE HOTEL x...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 May 1913

PAQtt tttSrlT. ' FALLING PIER KILLS 34 MERRYMAKERS Promenade to Auditorium Col lapses Beneath Crowd at Long Beach, Calif. Los Angeles, Cal.—Thirty-four per sons were killed and 117 Injured when the promenade leading from the muni cipal pier at Long Beach to the muni cipal auditorium collapsed under the weight of a throng crowding into the auditorium for the exercises therein celebrating Empire day, the anniver sary of the birth ot Queen Victoria, by British residents ot southern Cali fornia. The cause of the accident was the overburdening of the pier. The over crowding, according to an official atatement, was due to the delay in unlocking the doors. If the doors had been unlocked at the proper time, it was asserted, the crowds could have got into the auditorium Instead of massing at the doors, where the weight overwhelmed the pier supports. The crowd massed about the audi torium doors was composed mostly of women and children. When the sec tion about the doors sank they went In with...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

Vol. S Ban i instruction WHAT is it? and WHY is it? Continued from last week. Before we endeavor to make plain what Christian Instruction is, it will perhaps be well for us to say WHAT IT IS NOT. Permit us in the first place to state most emphatically that our schools are not controlled by any CHURCH OR CHURCHES. They do not stand un der ecclesiastical supervision any more than the public schools, but are controlled by free organizations of Christian parents, of Reformed per suasions. They have not been erected for the purpose of giving systematic instruction in Christian doctrine. All instruction, however, pedagogical methods, etc., should be in harmony with our Reformed principles. We believe the Bible to be the rev elation of God, the infallible standard of truth and righteousness. In our school this book of books is used, in the first place, as a text-book for Sa cred History. To our mind this branch deserves, to say the very least, just as important a place on the primary schoo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

PAGE TWO. YOUR PERSONALITY IN CLOTHES Occasionally you have observed some article of wear that has led you to the mental conclusion—"that's my style— that's me." Well, Bomewhere in the Adler line we believe you can pick out just such a suit —one that will reflect your personality—that is just your style. ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES represent the beat style idcaa ot the season, to which is added • choice of fine fabrics of the newest and moat popular shades—- snd the kind of hsnd tailoring that makes the garments shapely and lasting. Now is the time to pick out your suit The EFFICIENCY SHOP FRONT STREET LYNDEN, WASHINGTON GAGE-DODSON CO. ON HOLLY STREET, IN BELLINGHAM is an ideal place to buy CLOTH ES- This store has the knack of winning the trade of men who know. The thoughtless buyer, who can be lured by lofty language, seldom comes here, even to see. We don't indulge in high-sounding inconsistencies, but confine our statements to facts, and when we say that we carry the largest stoc...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New. on Page*Sandß Miss Tilda Tromp was a Belling ham visitor Tuesday. W. Gardner went to the Bay on Monday. John Tremaine donated a number of books to the public library lately. Mrs. Lillian Sprague and boys left Wednesday morning for Illinois. Dr. Mulder reeturned Thursday from a few days' stay in Seattle. Harry Fountain spent Sunday in Bellingham with his fumlly. Mrs. C. B. Vail returned Tuesday evening from Bellingham where she had been visiting friends. Mr. Mark Hammond, was a business visitor in Bellingham the first of the week. A baby son arrived at tbe borne of Mr. and Mra. Jeaae Harney, Tues day. A new boy came to tbe home of Mr. and Mra. Ernest Palmer, Mon day. Little Gordon Tyler fell from a horse Tuesday and broke his arm. George True was in Bellingham the fore part of the week. Mrs. H. C. Smallfield and little son spent Friday and Saturday in Bellingham visiting friends. George Klocke returned last week from nellinghatn, where he had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Fadftc mot, ftrat ptK'4 Aug. 84. XSOI trades Sua. ant pufcUed Jaae SS, 1904 XTBdea Sun-Wot, eetat. Aug. 18. ISOS Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co, Washington, •very Thursday. SL rt1F""""" n Owner aa* Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance Bix Months In Advance.. •« Canada, and Foreign, one Tear..... ' Entered as eeconrf-claai Jjail ™tter. July s. 1»08. at tbe post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act or M Hereart" T, .11 resolutions of condo lence cards of thanks, notices of err iwuunments where an adrmssjun is charted and all notices of any kind in tSSSrto promote somebody's business must be paid for at regular advertising rLrla when printed in the Tribune. When fob printing is obtained at this office the Tribune will cheerfully sue necessary publicity free of charge. If you eipect this paper to help pro mote enterprises to make money you car. afford to contribute to its support. All SS ent...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

VELEKE 8 ELDER 7Yre Pure Food Grocers Our Business is growing. The people of Lynden appreciate Good Goods handled as carefully as they would care for them. Pure Extracts and Spices. " (Cheap fUvora will spoil otherwise perfect baking) Pure Baking Powders. High Grade Teas and Coffees. So//i Pack Canned Goods. Choice Dried Fruits. FOR PICNIC PARTIES Canned Chip Beef, Roast Beef, Lunch Tongue, Veat Loaf, Chicken Loaf, Pork and Beans, Peanut Butter, Cookies and Crackers buy Sugar now it will last through the canning season. Sugar will be higher then. Overalls and Jackets, Work Shirts, Canvas Gloves MILL FEED, WHEAT, CORN, CRACKED CORN, BALED HAY, OATS, CHOP, ROLLED BARLEY, HALF GROUND SALT. Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS It in reported from East Deep Creek that 40 per cent of the timber there waa blown in a recent storm. The Inland Empire Volunteer Fire men's tournament, lasting three days —July 4 and s—with5 —with a big ce...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 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 WANTED —2 or 3 bolt cutters at once; green timber SI 25 per cord. Bertram Shingle Co. Phone 4403. 6-5 ->t. IF YOU HAVE a large Room don't scrimp the size of your carpet. 119.85 will buy a new. perfect, 12 x 13.6 Axminster Rug, at Wal dron's Stores on Elk Street, in Bellingham, or half the mail or der house prices. HAVE A FULL sized, new. mostly cotton Mattress for only 12.65: has an art tick and roll rim. or a satin finish, full sized new Brass bed. for only $9.85. Wal dron's. Elk Street. Bellingham. HAVE A NEW Rug. and commence your monthly payments in July, from Waldron's Stores, sizes up to 12 x 15 in all kinds. NO MATTER how badly soiled or; spotted the garment may be, Han over, the Lynden tailor, can make it look just fine. 5-29-tf. j FOR SALE —Choice Jersey Eull Calves. B. C. Crabtree. FOR CAMPING TENTS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 June 1913

NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COtJNTY t OF WHATCOM. In The Matter of the Welfare of Mary, a Waif, last real name un known. No. 252. % THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO tbe unknown father and to the unknown mother of Mary, last rea name unknown, an abandoned child and to all other persons interested in the said Mary, last real name un known: You, and each of you, are here by notified that a petition has been filed with the above entitled court a Urging that a minor child of the age of two months, to-wlt, Mary, a waif, last real name unknown, ia neglected aud abandoned, and pray ing that the Washington. Children' Home Society may be given the custody and control ot said minor child, and that said petition wil be brought oh for hearing in de partment No. 2 of the Superior Court of Whatcom County, Washing ton, on the 23rd day ot June, 1913, at 9:30 o'clock a. m , at which time' and place you and each of you are required to appear and show cause, if any ...

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

PAGE EIGHT. GENERAL STATEMENT of Farmers Mutual Tele phone Co- Continued from Page 1. C. Miller, wages 5.25 Verne Snyder, wages 17.25 Wm. Herndon, wages 17.50 C. E. Steams, rent 8.00 Total 9 712.93 BLAINE Home State Bank, rent 9 90.00 Ceclle Poss, operator 90.00 Revolving Fund 62.04 Irene Metevler, operator 260.00 Evelyn Newton, operator.... 250.00 O. L. Hibner, lineman 743.!»0 T. E. Davis, supplies 11.90 L. D. Morehead, wages 13.75 Gllday & Montfort, livery 60.50 Swedish Amer. Tel. Co 83 City Clerk, lights 16.13 Glen Burley, phone 10.00 Pearl Tucker, operator 150.00 W. H. Runge, wages 13.75 W. S. Miller, bond and int lO.bO Lowman & Hanford, stamp ... 1.84 Any Hour Barn, livery 25.25 Jean Taplin, wages 2.80 Kenedy & Quirt, livery 1.00 Martha Duranso, operator 50.00 C. E. Pendleton, poles 29.37 8. B. Hughes, labor 3.50 J. J. Stamford, hauling 5.00 Dan Manchester, labor 15.00 Total 91,907.16 CUSTER Dora Wlnard, operator 9 50.00 Revolving Fund 42.45 Ina Scbell, operator 40....

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

■TEMPORARY I COMMENT Be Christian Socialist of May 1 B* the following from the pen Br. Sun Tst Sen, a scholarly m Christian Chinese gentleman, In 1 Brticle In the China Press, of ■favor the introduction of n sys- B whereby the suppliers of phys- X necessities will be able to de ■ mutual benefit upon a common Bad of Justice and fraternity. B after all, is the definition of ■ftHsm. I want to see the labor- Bbtaln the foil value of his hire ■ to see tbe Chineee work upon B-o iterative plan so thst In the I time coming we will be sble Build up n nation politically and KatrlSily democratic, each unit ■mident upon the other, all liv- Bin a sense of mutual confidence ■ good will. Tbe ideal U diffl- H to obtain, but one should strive i the Ideal aud so secure some Brovement of conditions which I far from the wished for stage ■perfection. VB) this system production would ■enhanced and advanced to the Blaiuni. with a minimum of pov- B and labor slavery. All men Bid have their proportion of IT...

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

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 July 1913

LOCAL Mto PERSONAL Chas. B. Sampley was trammeling business in Bellingham Monday. Mr and Mrs. John Biddell spent the Fourth at Birch Buy. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Veleke is quite 111. The W S. Baldwin family pic nicked at nirch Bay on the Fourth. A baby son came to tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Uinimick, July 4th. Charles Philo was the guest of friends in Bellingham a few dayt last week. The store building of Veleke & Elder is being improved by a coat of paint. Mrs. J. W. Daly of Bellingham fa visiting at the home of Mrs. M J. Swim. Mrs. George W. Hall will enter tain the Kensington Club at her home on Friday afternoon, July 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and lit tle daughter, or Seattle, have re turned to their (arm near here (or the summer. Mr. D. Cooper, of Seattle has taken a position in the dry goons department of the Lynden Depart ment Store. Tbe front of the atore building of the Lynden Co-operative Co. is to be replaced, work on the same be ing now under way. Th...

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

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

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers Leave Your Order Apricots will be at their best Next Week. They are a choice fruit forearming. We will appreciate the favor if you will tell us how many you will want; it will help us in ordering that we may buy enough for all our Customers. And if you want Raspberries for canning it will be well to leave orders for them. The Canadian market is taking the berries now as fast as they can be picked. Many Lynden people in waiting for Cheaper Berries may be disappointed. Fresh Vegetables: Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Lettuce, New Pota toes, Peas. Hay Forks Have you plenty of Hay Forks? An extra fork may mean the saving of another load of hay. WE CARRY A LINE OF OVER ALLS, AND CANVAS GLOVES Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. ADVERTISE THE FARM Advertise on the Farm. There is a common saying a* mong business men: "It pays to advertise." Now of all men, the farmer is, or should bf, just as good It...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 July 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 NO MATTER how badly soiled ot spotted the garment may be, Han over, the Lynden tailor, can mak« It look just fine. 5-29-tf. FOR SALE —Choice Jersey Bull Calves. B. C. Crabtree. LOST —Large gray shawl, on E. Front St., Lynden. Finder please leave at Tribune office. 7-10-lt. GO TO HANOVER, the Lynden tai lor, and have your clothes either ateam or dry cleaned, and press ed to look like new. 5-29-tf. THE UNEEDUS Freighting Co. is now prepared to handle all kinds of Freight, both ways between Lynden and Bellinghain. Two trip daily. Our rates are reasonable; our service prompt. Special care and attention will be given per ishable and delicate goods. McSorley & Sons, Proprietors. SHINGLES —18 In. long, 10 in clear. Good for any roof. $1.25 per M. BERTRAM SHINGLE CO 3 miles west of Lynden. 5-15-tf. DR. E. A. SELANDE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 July 1913

PIXLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third Ml. aefaaeii Grover anef Llbwrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. PHONE No. H382 W. K.PIXLLY, rVon'r and Man F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Xiyaden, Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over l.ynden State Bank CHAS. B. SAMP LEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public D«e<t.«, Wills and Morichges Drawn— Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made CRT ATTOaunrr rom xvTaron LT»Dt». WataiSOTOH CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & UOEKSTRA 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. COTTAGE HOTEL at. r. OUT, Prop. Corner 4th and Grover Streets Newly furnished Throughout Headquarters for Commercial Men IVTaTDaW, WABEISOTOK PALACE HOTEL C. A.- BBZCKSnmOE, Prop. First-Class Accommodations for the Traveling Public—Every thing Neat an,l Clean—Centrally Locate,!— Phone RMI LTIOEI. WanriOTOS EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Exp...

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

PAGE EIGHT. WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS Louis Peterson, who is wanted in Proßser on a charge of horse stealing, was arrested at Klamath Falls, Ore. Harry Davidson and W. H. Head rick killed a rabbit at Othello that was almost entirely black, the first ot Its kind ever seen there. Lowering the world's record on a road race course, Bob Burman drove' his Blltzen-Benz No. 2 a mile In Z'i 3-5 seconds at Tacoma in practice. Prosecuting Attorney Ramsey has stopped the issuance of cash register coupons by Klickitat county mer chants under the trading stamp law passed by the last legislature. Before an estimated audience of 10,- --000 Governor Lister at Aberdeen de clared that war is to vanish soon and that sensible and peaceable settlement Is bound to end disputes. Spokane's new criminal code was adopted by the city council after a strong provision prohibiting unneces sary noises in the city had been in serted. Wilbur Kelly, a business man of Centralia, was probably fatally Injured when his auto o...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

Vol. 6 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. State to Aid Christmas. Olympia.—To study the Christmas tree situation was the Christmas mes sage of State Forester Ferris to farm ers. "It will not be long until the Christ mas tree supply close to the cities will be exhausted," the state forester says. "Farmers who have any waste land on their property can use this to good advantage by planting it to firs, and thus make sure of a good wood sup ply for themselves and at the same time be in a position to supply any future needs of Christmas trees. It any farmer wants seeds for this pur pose I will make it my business to pro vide them." 14 Cannery Boys Unpaid. Seattle.—Fourteen Filipino boye who worked at a Petersburg, Alaska, cannery for something like six months during the past fishing season say they have received nothing of theli wages but two or three weeks' board and two weeks' lodging. For eight days they ...

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