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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

PAGE TWO. Ruff neck Wool Sweaters for Men or Women—Boys' sizes too. Some as cheap as $2.79 Stag Shirts, heavy flan nel. $3.50 and $4 $2.19 EXTRA-Our assort ment of Men's Hats— $2.00 to $3.oo'values $1.59 SHOES—Our assort- ment of Mayer Shoes $3.00 to $4.00 values $2.29 Men's Ties don't keep you warm, but they add to your appearance —20c and 25c values Wool Gloves, bSscSSS? 75 cts. heavy wool, 60 cts. 65 cts. heavy wool, 50ct». 50 cts. medium and heavy, 40c. 35 cts. medium, 25c This Sale Starts Saturday, January 3rd HERE'S THE COUPON Cut it out and bring it in. You may be one of the LUCKY WINNERS This Coupon must be presented on or before Jan. 10,1914 NOT GOOD After That Date The number of \7f% this coupon is 1\ C##V REMOVAL SALE $ 50! WORTH OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS Free! $50.00 worth of merchandise absolutely given away. No limit or restrictions. Everyone has an equal chance. This as well as all other circulars issued, bears a consecutive number and each circular is numbered differently...

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. — 1 January 1914

LOGAL and PERSONAL Herd Records —50 cents a dozen. Mr. Mark Hammond was ill the last of the week. The Moonshiner's Daughter at JauiU'Sou's Opera House, Thursday Evening, January 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Rinehart of Acme spent Christmas with Mr. Rlnehart's parents. Mr. Wllmer Cruikshank arrived from California Wednesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jacobs en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Frick and family at dinner, Christmas Day. Mrs. C. E. Pangborn is spending the holidays at the home of her son, E. 11.. Utah, of Delta. Reserved seats for the " Moon shiner's Daughter" are on sale at Kdsou's Drug Store, 50 cents. The regular monthly meeting of the fire department will be held at the city hall next Monday night. The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean, the Farm and Home, and The Lyn den Tribune, all for only $1.75 a year. Subscribe vow! Mrs. C. B. Vail and daughters Misses Myrtle and Amy, spent Christmas with relatives In Bell ingham. Mr. George Parse came over from Arlington to spend the holidays wi...

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. — 1 January 1914

PAGE rOTTR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A N"»*» »p»p»r Det.Med to the Advancement of Every Pre* sreim c Idea, t'ninflurnted by party, and attached solely tot he public interest. &*. L5-ro«x, W"h*:r\«-*r Y v tr* 1 ¥ _r*iv" Is Ai.-e-.-f s- Sji:e* F_— A", ; A Happy New Year. Exit 1913. It is usually with feelings of min gled regret and satisfaction tl-at we witness the passing of a year. Re gret for what might have b'-en net-; ter don*, and satisfaction with the' good that has been feeomplisbea. The record of the past year is on? in which we may take considerable, pride. The year has been so good, to as. as a people and as individu-' Els. that r*f-*:s 2:s: hi v.- - passed as they saw its last I struck. But. the rercorseless s?i it of time has passed it or. and introduc ed us to another cycle that too will be distanced in it* turn. There keed be no regrets exc-er-tißg for; our mistake*. It Is to the ltotu<s>j that we must look, for i: is there that onr work lies • ■ • • Let ct resolve, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers 1914 New Year Greeting For the excellent business we've en ioyed during the year jusf closed we desire to cordially thank our patrons. As in the past, so during 1914 we intend to meet every need of our customers. Our goods at all times shall prove cf the very best quality and our prices shall be marked down to the lowest margin of profit. We wish one and all a Happy and a Prosperous Velekei Elder TELEPHONE M-29 PARCEL POST IS A BIG SUCCESS. The parcel post has proved c complete SB COMM. After the close of the heavy holday business trans acted whsrdltenoilirdl odarthm odar acted all over the country, and the enormous volume of parcels sent out by the various poatofflces, .here no longer exists any doubt of the continued success of the parcel post. About the only concerns that can register disappointment and grief are the robbing express com panies, who held full sway in the business of transportation of small er parcels for so many years. They are...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

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 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN loeati s at Lyndon. Dr. J. C. McKadden formerly the president of the State Osteopathic Association and Secretary of the State Medical Examining Hoard, will bo tit the Miller Hotel on Monday, Wed nesday and Friday afternoons from 2 until 6 15.l 5 . M.. beginning Monday January, Till', 1914. j 39 Jn-l-tf. WANTED—Roomers by the d;y. week or month, Mis. E. E. Bax ter, corner Second and Liberty streets. 1-1 tr. WE HAVE RECEIVED B large ship ment of Nut and Lump Coftl. Price, 17.26; Lump $7."r> a ton. Lynden Livery, Phone Main 21*. jn-l-tf. LOST —December HI, a ladles' gold watch and chatelaine pin with initials "BH" on both. Finder please leave at Tribune office. Jan-l-ltpd. FOR SALE —A lot of cedar fence posts. Geo. H. Whipple, North wood, 2 1-2 miles front Lynden. Phone 4(107. l-l-i t If yo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third St. t«M«i Br«w mnd Llhmrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts, and private and public en tertainments at reasonable hall rental. PHONE Ho. R7Q2 WARREN E. HA WILY, Mmm'of F. L. WOOD, M. D. Phyucaaa and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty lynasn. Weak. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over Lynden State Bank &-nrs», WABKuroTosr CHAS. B. SAMP LEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Tm e.ls. Wills and Mortgages Drawn- Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made CXTT ATTOBirrT TO» IIIDH LTioiv, winmnmr 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. DR. S. J. TORNEY Special Practice Limited to Diseases , of the Eys, Car, arose ana Threat Glasses Properly Pitted Alaska Bunding-. BeWagkasa EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYINO WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Express and Team Work Prompt Attention to Ail Business Phone R3Bl Fo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 January 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Would you like to save money by dealing with us in 1914 WHEN YOU SEE, IT IN OUR AD IT'S SO FARMERS MERCANTILE CO. Sincerity Clothes 20% Off Sincerity Chthes are above others in qual ity and below [others in price. Just to help you start the new year right we are go ing to give you a chance to wear good c'othes for /ess mon ey than you have been paying for thz kind you have been wear ing. 1914 surely holds some good things in store for you, and you should be prepared to meet them. Sincer ity clothes will help you. Sincerity Suits Ov'coats 20% Off This is a reminder ihat winter is here, and that you will need to prepare for colder weather. One of our Perfection Oil Heaters will heat ihat cold bed room, or serve to keep the frost out of your store room. They are economical in operation, and worth many times their cost to the user in the com fort he derives from one of them. In several styles and sizes at from S3.SO to $6. LYNDEN, WASHINGTON WE WISH YOU A 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR an...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

Vol. 6 WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our State. Three Up For Rhode* Finale. Spokane.—Three students of Wash ington's higher schools, victors in the preliminary rounds of the contests for the Rhodes scholarship at Oxford uni versity, faced the final elimination tests before the examining board at the Spokane hotel. L. C Hill, of Spo kane, junior at Whitman college; John H. Binns, of Shelton. sophomore at the Washington state college, and Charles Harold Gray, of Seattle, a Washington university student, are the three from whom the final selec tion will be made. Mill Head Sues Retired Minister. Wenatchee. —A. N. Thompson of the Waterville Milling company has brought suit against the Rev. J. A. Graves, a retired clergyman of this city, alleging attempt to defraud bj transferring his only real estateno C. H. Graves, thereby manifesting the purpose, recites the complaint, to pre vent Thompson from collecting the amount due him on a note f...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

PAGE TWO. GOING DUCK SHOOTING Get into the game while the Bea son is still open. A little vacation will do you good. HUNTING COATS AND SHELL VESTS Our stock of guns and ammuni tion is one of the largest in the city. We have what you want when you want it. MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON It pays to buy clothing AT GAGE-DODSON'S It pays not alone because you <>vt more value for your money but beeaused you are also assured of correct style, considerate treatment and lasting satisfaction. The continual endeavor of this store is to gfive you an opportunity to buy none but the BEST clothing: to find the best and offer it EXCLUSIVE LY; to ffive irreater values than anyone else: to consider your money only as a deposit until satis faction is fully yours. Our prices are lower than any clothes shop in the West. GAGE-DODSON CO. Everything to Wear for Men and Boys. WE WISH TO THANK our friends at this time for the patronage during the past year, and to wish you, one and all, a Happy and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

LOGAL and PERSONAL Herd Records—so cents a dozen. The Klatr'wa Club was entertain ed last night by Mrs. Wilder Jones. Fred Cummins, of Bellingham, vi- Mted at itie liome of his sister, Mrs. C. H. Sears, a few days last week. Miss Anna Tromp returned to Anacortes Saturday after spending the Yuletide vacation at home. Miss Pearl Elder returned Sun dry evening to Anacortes after her Christmas vacation with borne folks. Mrs. M. L. Jackman, Mrs. Kelly end S. T. Jackman were Bellingham visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Shoemaker entertained the Will Jackman fami ly on New Year's day. Installation of officers of the Bine Lodge of Mi'sons will be held at Masonic hall this evening. Rumor has it that a new bank, witli Frank J. Shinn at Us head, is soon to be started ia Lynden. Miss Hazel Sorenson was a guest at the \V. W. Palmer home the day after Christmas. The new front for the store room to be occupied by Jones & Rathman Is being put in place. Mr. Dugpl Carmicheal was a vi sitor at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

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Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers Our Aim: To conduct our business honestly and efficiently and with such sincerity that our store will continue to be known as one of integrity, where customers may obtain Groceries and Provisions know ing that they will be served with pure food supplies, with painstaking care and will receive full worth for every dollar. Guaranty: Satisfaction or Money Back Here's our guaranty—short and sweet — without time limit, without restriction. It is easily remembered and quickly recall ed when needed. As we get the little price, we can GIVE the little price. Veleke & Elder TELEPHONE M-29 Prominent Washington!an | Under the above bending the | Bonaparte, lowa Record has the following on the visit of one of, our townsmen to h's old home: Milh;rd F. Palmer of Lynden.) Wash., has been a visitor to friends in Van Buren county the past week, spending Christmas with Mrs. A. ' McDonald at her home in Benton- sport and the week end with the Beck family Of Bona...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

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 CHICKS! CHICKS —Hatching season will soon be here. Give us your or der now. We have S. C. White Leghorns and S. C. Rhode island Reds. All fair sized orders deliv ered free as far as Lyndnn. El zo Gelms, Phone 1813, Lynden. l-8-eow-3t. FOR SALE —Horses and Second-ham Buggies. Lynden Livery, phone M. 21, Lynden. 1-8-tf. FOUND —Umbrella, neear the Fair Grounds. Call or Phone Tribune PLUMBING—If in need of work call ud COLBY, Phone R3T2, Lyn den. Satisfaction guaranted._l-8-tf. FOR SALE —Good Range. Inquire of J. C. Beach, Lynden. I-8-tf. 1 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN locate at Lynden. Dr. J. C. McFadden formerly the president of the State Osteopathic Association an Secretary of the State Medical Examining Board, will be at. the Miller Hotel on Monday, Wed nesday and Friday afternoons from 2 until 5 P. M„ beginning Monday...

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. — 8 January 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third St. ottwttn Grovmr and L I burly LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts, and private and public en- tertaiuments at reasonable ball rental. PHONE Mo. R702 WARRCN E. MAWLLY, Manor F. L. WOOD, M. D. Phytici&n and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Ob-tetries a Specialty Lycfleu. Wash. dr c. h. Mcleod DENTIST Office Over Lynden State Bnnk LTNDEH. WASXXXOTOH CKAS B. SAMP LEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary PuMie Ixeds. Wills ami Mortgages Drawn— Atistrac-ts EjamhieJ—Collec tions Made CITT ATTOTUrXT TOM lmtl LTVDEH, WASHtHOTOR ™ c CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ark your patronage, as suring you that we will in ev ery way endeavor to merit it. DR. S. J. TORNEY Special Practice 1 tmlteil to Diseases of the Er*. Ear. Ho»e and Throat Ola**** Properly Fitted Alaska Building. Belllng-ham EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Express and Team Work Prompt Attention to All Business Pho...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 January 1914

PAGE EIGHT. The Prospects for the New Year are looking so favorable that we are compelled to close out a few of our lines of merchandise to make room for the new Spring goods that are now on the way. We know that when the new goods arrive they will take up a lot of space, because the enor mous amount we have bought will exceed all previous season's buys. Do NOT overlook any of the money saving specials listed here. SPECIAL DRESS GOODS In the most desirable patterns woven. In [order to make room for the new goods we are go ing to throw our entire stock of Dress Goods at your mercy and that at a price ihat you will easily recognize as being the lowest ever made on such splendid goods: Regular 35c„ Special, 25c. a yard 50c, " 35c. a yard 75c, f 66c, a yard " $1.00 " 70c. a yard " $1.25 " 75c. a yard " $1.50 " $1.00 a yard " $1.75 " $1.25 a yard " $2.00 " $1.40 a yard J $3.00 " $2.00 a yard Ladies Home Journal Patterns $3.00 McKibbin Hats for Men, Special $2.00 Children's and Misses Kni...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 January 1914

Vol. 6 IN A NUTSHELL Foreign. State, and County News of Intere t. /m --portant Happenings Briefly Told. Fifty thousand persons of the class who "never go to church," attended services In the various churches of St. Louis on New Year's as the result of a vigorous adver tising campaign by the Federation of Churches. Newspapers, car fend ers and circular letters had urged the public to "begin the New Year right by going to some church." It pays to advertise! Statistics issued by the Depart ment of Commerce show an anor mous increase in the November im portations of foodstuffs, due to :he free listing of beef and other food products under the new tariff ret. Importations of beef, which amount ed to 5,666,666 pounds in October, increased to 10,856,516 in Novem ber. Cattle importations in Novem ber numbered 123,118 head, valu ed at $3,206,723 against 45,758 head, valued at $829,358, in No vember, 1912. The total number of cattle imported in October and No vember, under the new tariff law,...

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. — 15 January 1914

f*:e two WHITE GOODS SALE From Thursday, Jan. 15 to Saturday Night Jan. 24th It is our policy to have a price lower at all times than you will find elsewhere, and also our policy to keep our stock in first class condition. We are going to make prices during this sale that will astonish you—prices that are so much lower even, than our regular prices, that you will wonder how we can do it We are going to use a razor edged knife on eveiything in the store, including WHite Goods. We will go still further: Every 5 cents worth you buy will be punched on your card—and it only takes one card and $1.80 in cash for you to own a 42-piece Gold Band Dinner Set limited space gives you only a suggestion of prices. Muslins, Sheetings 12! :c Lonsdale 10c 15 c Berkley Cambric 11c IBc Berkley Cambric 14c 6c Cheese Cloth 4V2C 50c 9-4 Sheetmz 24c We have a few Coats for women and children left If you find your size, its yours for half price. Such prices in Coats of the quality of goods these are made of...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 January 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Attorney Sampley ig at Mount Vernon on legal busines. Miss Nellie Collins was a Belling ham passenger Saturday. The local fire department will meet next Monday night. Mr. H. L. Williams was a visi tor to the Bay City Monday. Little Benjamin Zylstra had his leg broken while at play at school Monday. The W. C. T. V. will meet on Thursday afternoon,, January 22, at the home of Mrs. Holla Handy. Miss Agnes Knittle returned on Monday after a short visit vi;h her sister in Bellingham. Miss Rae Sain returned last week from a month's visit with rel atives in Seattle. Miss Lydia Rouls, of Central, was a week-end visitor .at the home of Mrs. Robert Heaton. August' .Gosch has rented his farm to Mr. Lindsey and is now living in Lynden. Elza Tremain has gone to Stan wood to barber for Ralph Brown for a month. Mr. D. PeJong left for Seattle on Saturday for a week'/ visit with his daughter. Mr. Millard Puxbury, of Olym- Pia, und Miss Ruth Duxbury, of Belliughuni, guests at the J...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 January 1914

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Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 January 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers Our Aim: To conduct our business honestly and efficiently and with such sincerity that our store will continue to be known as one of integrity, where customers may obtain Groceries and Provisions know ing that they will be served with pure food supplies, with painstaking care and will receive full worth for every dollar. Guaranty: Satisfaction or Money Back Here's our guaranty—short and sweet — without time limit without restriction. It t is easily remembered and quickly recall ed when needed. As we get the little price, we can GIVE the little price. Veleke& Elder TELEPHONE M-29 J/RANCH BUTTER Wfc EGGS D ■ W FAT AT THE Banner Creamery MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. Immense stock of goods. Prompt service. Satisfaction guaranteed. OPEN YOUR BANK ACCOUNT BY MAIL Through our system of Banking by Mail you can open an interest account in this bank, no matter where you live. For ward your remittances with the names of th...

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