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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 1914

rv;. Save Money "X i :an save -:u ncnev ;n tie rurcrtdse :t 'cur ."".ani?? fi ' \: s<~C4*- -1? fl''~ Vil i.'- ft" Here wit trr axe huiw uncunt :i lie :unsmn«i »cur j»c :ne. mc :rcs -TaseridCit;. * ; use :orr' l j<:ec: see* :i ~ Fsne-JH$, Cirpener? . :.:is - .eicnsz -'ensiis. i is*: Bciies. T ic>. —un>. stc ZVLARION BIEHLER LYNDE !S. VV ASHINGTON WE MAKE THE LUMBER frum ac zmce- uc rjusa acania (tW rest vaiaaec •'con. :siiuxjt>. iccr vac vneto v 3c«»r-i3 :?y : v as- : : !>c :: s '- d ; nli. ;aoi -if jut r-suaacn » v v auii p a.- uc :r _mcer is :c taurcaane :: -a ? :•; £ '« a>l£Z'."A"E> L-"VISES Jr. LY>D€> LYNDEN LUMBER CO. Rruxh Timber and Dmiension Lumber of all sizes Moulding F~lrvLslxLri.g L_u.rri.ber Lrtterior Trim S-a-S-h a_nd Door's Porch Culuintii _ Store Counters and F"Lxtxire-s Crates ar\d F~r-u.it Boxes of all VcincLs. aiiT IW. rOMPLETt-LET US r'.G- x£ Wl Office anc Mill East part of Town We * poand ;j-.;.t; 4*# M W :.7 PWCE 3W FIESii 1 EGGS '*...

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. — 12 March 1914

LOCAL AHD PERSONAL Play Ball' Take time to reriMer' Miss Helen Smith spent Sunday with friends in Everson. Mr. and Mrs 0. W. Hall were visitors in Bellingham. Sunday. The fire department meets next Monday night. Miss Dorothy Llndhout is suffer ing from an attack of the mumps. Mr. and Mrs L. Engel autoed to It-.! ling ha m Wednesday. » Dr. Selander has moved his resi-' deuce to his office location at the I corner of From and Seventh streets. Mr. and Mrs. George Frick and Mrs. (leorge (1 list in atid baby mo tored to Bellingham Tuesday. Miss Agnes Knittle of Belling haiu visited friends here on Tues day. Mr. E. L. Lash and daughter. Mrs W. C. Dewey, and little son, spent Sunday With Mrs C. E Pangborn. E. J. Ritchie, formerly of Clear brook, but now living near Belling ham was in Lynden Thursday. A baby boy Weighing 9 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Bjckstrona last Monday morning. Mrs. Maltby of Seattle is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. P. Stark The new auto deliver...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 1914

page rorß the: lynden tribune: A Nlwip>B(r Dt voted to the Advancement of Every Pro* gr»nve Idea Uninflueiickd by party, and attached toltly toth* public int*r«it. Published at Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington, Ever? Thursday. t Entered a» Second-Claa* Mail Matter at the Post-Office. Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year 11.50, Six Months fla; Canada and loreign. One Year. til.Oc In Advance. Advertising Kates furnished on Application. itbin the l^aw." Beginning with next week's issue Tbe Tribune will publish the serial story. -Within the Law." It is a story of life in the under-world and the upper-werld. The story of the battle of Mary Turner, the department store worker, lor life, liberty and honor, is one of the master literary efforts of the age. Sent to prison for a crime the did not commit, this victim of judicial procedure resolves, upon her release, to avenge herself against so ciety, and she does so in a most re markably daring manner, though at all times rema...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 1914

VELEKE S ELDER The Pure Food Grocers It Costs You no more. If you will, keep track of your grocery bill* for a month you will find that in most ca ses it costs less to buy "Good Goods", the best groceries to be had, and please remem ber when placing your order that pure groceries and fresh vegetables are always to be found at the Veleke & Elder store CANNED GOODS Pie Fruits in Gallon Cans. Peaches, Pears, Apricots and blackberries, a gal. 40c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Corn, 3 cans 25c Peas, per can 15 and 20c Beans" " 10 and 20c Succotash, per can 20c Hominy " ** 15c Sauerkraut - 15c Sweet Pickles, quart, 25c Saver Pickles " 20c Dill Pickles, can 15c Fleishmann's Yeast makes Bread Baking easier. 2 cakes for 5 cents. Everything in the Garden and Flower Seed line on display in handy racks, where it is easy to pick out those you want. Veleke& Elder TELEPHONE M-29 LYNDEN, WN. THE CATERPILLAR PEST. it will soon be time to like >f fe'tive means to stamp out the dreaded caterpWaea. a...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 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 TO TRADE—for a go«sd Horse, 1 X Hand Stump PuUer. X. c. Hanson, X 2, Blame. mrl2-2t.pd. FOR BALE One Waterloo Hoy BVj h p. gasoline engine. I'hone x.;(•; Lynden. mchiL'-tf. RASPBERRY PLANTS FOR BALE .">o,oeo Cuthbert raspberries plants at 54 00 per 1000. Geo. Whip ple, Kveraon Route i'hone 00 7. . nnhl2-tf. FOR BALE —Team. Harness and wagon, and Jersey Cow. Apply Frank Lopaa, at Lynden Cream ery, in Lynden mchll*tf. FOR SALE —Good rubber tire Han e> Buggy, cheap, it. c. White Wyaadott Kggs for hatching. rachl2-2t, FOR RENT —60-aere river bottom ranch. George BostWick, I'hone 7:;. Lynden. mch!2-tf. FARMERS ATTENTION —Walter Miller, the blacksmith has just installed a Bower Disc Sharpen ing Machine and is prepared to Sharpen your disc at a reasonable priiie. Give us a call. mchl2-tf. FOB SALE —New Overland c...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 1914

HA WLEY'S OPERA HOUSE 1 hird St. frafareen Ororar and LHtmrty LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts and private and public en-' lertamments at reasonable bull rental. PHONE No. R702 WARREN E. HA WL£ V, Man'gr F. L. WOOD, M. D. Phtk.cian and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Special tt Lyadan Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST fifflce Over I.ynden State RaT.k LTITBIH, WASBTIBTOTOsT CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public ;'i nils. Wills and Mortgages I'rtttvn Abstracts Kxana tied—Collec tions Made CITT ATTOKYXY FOB I/TiruM LTBDEI, WASKXXOTOK CITY MEAT MARKET STUURMAN & HOEKSTRA MEATS of all kinds. Family Trade a Specialty. We ask your patronage, as suring you that we will m ev ery way endeavor to merit it. DR. S. J TORNEY Special Practice limited to Diseases of the Eye Ear. Nose and Throat Classes Properly Fitted Alaska Building. BelUngliam EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Kxpre** and Team Work Prompt Attention to Ail BuatneM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 March 1914

I-AGE EIGMT. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! 1-2 PRICE! y 2 PRICE REMNANTS Our remnant table is loaded down with short pieces of silks, wool dress goods, ging hams, percales, calicos, oil cloth, curtain goods, burlaps, and in fact nearly everything in the dry goods department. They were marked about V 2 price when we put them on the table, and now are */2 °» their present low price. It Pays To Waich Our Ad. Half price Comforters Think of getting comforters for one half their real value. You can not make them for double the cost of the special price. Are all new and dainty patterns. Wool or cotton filling. $1.50 to $4.00 Half in price Half Price Corduroy Suitings. We have a very choice line of Corduroy Suitings to go for one day only at half price. Black, browu, navy and white. $1.00 Special, SO cts. $1.25 Special, 63 els. Just Arrived! 25 pieces of the daintiest Ruffling and Ruch/ng ever shown Lynden shoppers Single or Double, Chiffon or Lace Blue, Ecru, and White. Come in and Get Anything You ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

Vol. 6 CORRESPONDENCE interesting Item* from the many flourishing* towns in the county by our own - correspondents "'- FERNDALE Mr. and Mrs Ernest Barnhardt entertained at dinner Tuesday even ing Miss Angie Baluier and Mies Lu tllu Pulmertou. Miss Emma Reichert of Seattle is tha guest of her parents. Mr. and Mis. Stephen R?iohert. Miss Minnie Andrews visited the High School last Wednesday. Mrs. Josephine WfettaafS enter tained at dinner Wednesday evening Miss Angle Baliner. While playing at ac\ 00l last Wed nesday noon little August Wallen was struck by a swing board, .-lilt ing a deep gash over his left .->*-. Mrs. Walter Keyes of Blame spent h few days of btat week *'ith Iter parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hi gar Mi Lain. Huel>en Pierpon of Bellinhuru spent Sunday with friends here. j Hoy Boyd has nioved his family onto his fathers farm at East Ml, Vi-w. Little Miss Helen Mansfield of Bellingham spent ths pssl »"cli at the Hamshaw home. Miss Jessie Henry is back at school' after abou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

SPRING TIME S COMING MARION BEHLER LYNDEN W ASHINGTON WE MAKE THE LUMBER '—sr. :rr. c_: - "--;gz >vs_-u '.: :sa voaz ' reasons. 7 - ~ A. r £ S i ' j ' - . - -. " .. - - *r; . "..: . --* "'-I ** w LYNDEN LUMBER CO. Rough Timber and Drmmfano l-jr._>*-r cf £— size* F~ir\isKiT»g Lumber IrT" erior Trirri S?!>r arc Z/ -x,ri F* ere h Oo 1 umn s Store Gouxiter'S and F~ix:t-.j_re-5 Craters arid F~nj.it Ek-xes oi ail icind-s »»"£ C.i_S F"_<> ..ir. -__ ¥>.7~L?_.AL f*. 5- i ~ ILLI>L 1¥ - LETE -- _ET . 3 rL .?L YOL Of net >r.c Ml. L_-s: cf Tcwr. He r\ _ 2M —« arc f F tor buv.tr paying LmJ Mml W fe& r 1'« Fr-E-Er: LI Li * LE V-I '- - '- rr.lA'E :C at the: Banner Creamery MORSE HARDY/ARE CO. Inc. r!*f.fA"-.u> i r. -._v>r' , »!: 4 , V. >-=;■"__"*"r- EKING, HOSE r— iirl id kCs «r*i --it-. CJSEEP, WHTTTELEAD brs~j-j~--*'.~.' <iz E--~ .'w.-r. >i a t '-►it.*.' -» 7 - HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY F/A?Sr NATIONAL BANK Be i'; mqh& rr >. W* \n. in<q* t/ft C Swr-pis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Take time to register' Miss Elsie Boolh of Bellingham visiied Mrs C. B. Vail and daughter Amy, the last of the week. Mr* H. H. Jaminson and Master Ivan, returned from a short visit to Bellnighaiu Friday evening. Mr and Mrs E. B. Smith and Miss ray Smith of Blame, autoed to Lynden Sunday afternoou. Miss Helen Smith had ps her guest Sunday, her friend Mrs. Dancer, of Bellingham. Fred Lash and sister. Mrs. W. C. Dewey attended the Baptist church in Lynden Sunday. E. P Randall has rhubarb grown ttaia spring that is at present suf ficiently h,rge for vise. Do your Easter shopping e-irly, and by all means buy your new East er hat in Lynden. J. P. Schmidt, now taking I law course at S-att)e, came over on a visit this week. Johnny Thompson has laid I walk in front of his home on West CI rover Street. Mr. and Mrs George llinehart of Acme, are visiting at the J. K. Hmehart and Cusin homes this homes tins week. Mrs. Irene Carter, who hi s been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Biddell a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A .SiwipipsrDivoOd to the Advancement of Every Pro* Srtitive Idem. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely to the public interest. Published at Lynden. Whatoom County. Washington. Even' Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter M the Post-Oflice. Lynden, Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES - One 'Year 1X50: Six Months 75c: Canada and Foreian. One Year. BLM in Advance. Adverus.nv Rates Furnished on Application. Ho* Ui.l You Me? Did you tackle that trouble that came your way With a resolute heart and cheer ful? Or hide your face from the light of day With a craven soul and fearful" Oh, a trouble's a ton. or a trouble's an ounce. Or a trouble is what you make it; And it isn't the fact that jouTe hurt that counts. But only how did you take it? You are beaten to earth? Well, well, what's that? Come up with a smiling face: It's nothing against you to fall down flat. But to be there —that's the dis grace. The harder you're thrown, why the higher you bounce; B...

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. — 19 March 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers FRESH VEGETABLES We try to have on hand at all times, Fresh Lettuce, Radishes, Celery, Cabbage and other Greens. Potatoes, Rutabagas, Carrots, Parsnips. If you will call when in town and inspect our stock we know you can find something to tempt the appetite at this season. A Steel-Cut, chadless, dustless coffee at 35c to meet a demand for a high grade, properly treated coffee at a Popular Price—we have add ed this line, Country Club, put up in tin cans and with an absolute guarantee printed on every can. It costs nothing to try it. Pie Fruits in Gallon Cans. Peaches, Pears, Apricots and blackberries, a gal. 40c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Corn, 3 cans 25c Peas, per can 15 and 20c Beans" " 10 and 20c Succotash, per can 20c Hominy " " 15c Sauerkraut - 15c Pickles, quart, 25c Fleischmann's Yeast received fresh twice each week. 2 cakes for 5c We buy in small quantities and often thus keeping our perishable goods in the best possible condition. Veleke& E...

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. — 19 March 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 TO TRADE—for a gond Horse, 1 K. Hand Stump Puller. X. ('. Hanson, R. 8, Blame. mrl2-L't pd. FOR SALK—One Waterloo Boy l"j h, p. gasoline engine. Phone X 3611 Lynden. mchll'-tf. RASPBKRRY PLANTS FOR SALE oIhOOO Cuthbert raspberries plants at $4.00 per 1000. Geo. Whip ple, Kverson Route 3. Phone 807. mchl2-tf. FOR BALE —Team, Harness and aragon. Apply Frank Lopaa, at Lynden Creamery, In Lynden. mchl2-tf. Foil SALE- Oood rubber tiro Han ey Buggy, cheap. It. C. White Wyandott Eggs for hatching. Frank Hawley, mch!9-2t, FOR RENT 40 acres river bottom land, near Everson, half cleared, all i-i pasture and fenced; barn and chicken house, small three room house with pantry. Pear orchard. Price, $12;" i. rent can be paid in clearing. A. Strandell. I'hone X 4 11, Lynden. mr/*l9-tf. LARGE PREPARATIONS for R big Springs' busi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third SI. bmtwmmn Grower antl Llbarly LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concert" and private and public en-' lertaiuments ut reasonable hall rental. PHONE No. R7Q2 WARREN E. HAWLLY. Man'gr F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty X-ysden. Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over Lynden Ptatp Rank X.YVDEIT. "W A SHIN OT OH CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Puhllc UteJa, Wills and MortKaßes Draws Ahstracts Examined—Collec tions MaUe CITY ATTOBWEY FOR X.YKTIEB X/YHDEBT, 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. DR. S. J. TORNEY .Special Practise l imited to Diseases of the Eye. Ear, Hose aii Throat Classes Properly Fitted Alaska Building-. BeUlog-Uam EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING WOOD AND COAL Auto For Kent :it Any Time Express and Team Work Prompt Attention to Ai! Business...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 March 1914

PAGE EIGMT. HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS will not disappoint you when your new gown is finished. The pat tern that fashion was made from, at only lO and ISC. Each. Iron Clad Hosiery for Men, Women, and chil dren; in plain and ribbed, at values to be found here only. l2 l / 2 to 50c pr. Petticoats made of very good muslin, with a narrow lace bottom, at only 25 cts. each. Extra heavy embroidered bottoms, very special, at 95 cts. to $4.75 each. Ruffling and Ruching in the largest assortment in the city. Newest to be had direct from facto ry and at factory prices, 20c. to 35c. yd. .Men's and boys' tennis shoes, $1.25. Men's and boys' tennis slippers, 65c. PE7KBOQK GARPET WARP. All Colors, 30 cents a pound. An extra large face Towel, only 5c An extra large bath Towel, I2 l /z cts All kinds of Cotton Bats 10 cts. to $1.25 each. WHEN YOU SEE, IT IN OUR AD IT'S SO FARMERS MERCANTILE CO. TELEPHONE Ml 5 f f T JF" «1 tHat are strict- ly N E W ! ! A large shipment of plain and fancy Silks just receive...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

Vol. 6 NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Postoffice Department Perfect ing Plans to Assist Con sumer and Producer. Washington. — Preliminary steps were taken by the postofflce depart ment to perfect its plan for having tbe parcel post carry products of the larin directly to tbe door of the con sumer. Ten cities were selected to begin work of establishing direct connec tlous between producer and consum er Orders went to tbe postmasters at Boston. Atlanta.. St. l-ouis, SaL Francisco. Baltimore. Detroit, La Crosse, Wis.; Lynn. Mass ; Rock Is land. 111., and Washington, directing them to "receive the names of per •ons who are willing to supply farm products in retail quantities by parte; post." Printed lists of these names, show ing kind and quantity of commodity available, will be distributed among town and city patronß. New Hivin Agrees To Be Dissolved. After several weeks of negotiations, the department of justice and the New York. New Haven ft Hartford railroad announced that they bad ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

SPRING TIME'S COMING —■ -. . ■ nam irrrrS" ITtOreErSni. r»l L2l I»* ST"* I'-jU BTt r*ETUL£ tiit t*rs- jrirzin uoii i»: na" si:r* :»?ci.is< *«: rote* t sz»rca.r» tr ttt-n. Nt w takiar,. acre n 73- sponi Six n. aar r ** * nauo" in yzn. air- BEE3-TT .T=ZR LYNDEN. WASHINGTON WE MAKE THE LUMBER IF 5' O U ARE GOING TO BUILD t;v_t>*. birr c*r tin."- « :.r_r? jour UL Back of our reputation b our big ebbH c-'C fc'rt-i t_JT..t'*'. See ut v.* :e:ep*-~e tc _» ROO & VAN LEE L" V»"LN LUMBER CO. LYNDEN LYNDEN LUMBER CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough Timber and Dimension Lumber of all sizes Moulding Finishing Lumber Interior Trim Sash and Doors Porch Columns Store Counter* and Fixtures Egg Crates and Fruit Boxes of all Kinds. WE CAN FURNISH ALL MATERIAL FOR A BUILDING COMPLETE-LET US FIGURE WITH YOU. Office and Mill East part of Town Wm r> _ a pound arc f tor butler OUR PRICE ON FRESH EGGS WILL BE GIVEN UPON PHONE CALL. AT THE Banner Creamery MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 El S. Beltogham....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL The robins have come. March wasn't so worse Take time to register! Mrs. C. H. Sears Mas a Belling hani visitor Monday Mrs. Harry Salzgaber spent Thurs day with relatives in Bellingtianj. Mrs. De Long and Rae Saiu spent Wednesday with .Mrs. Harold Knapp at Everson. Miss Lydia Kouls of Central »a 6 a week-end visitor at tbe Heaton home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Winters are the parents of a line baby boy. born Sunday. Mr. Hansen, former st: its daj'y inspector, is now connec ted with the Banner Creamery of this city. Dr and Mrs. Mulder will soon be at lmme to their friends in ih»- Bixby bouse on From Street. August Klocke started up his Boundary mill, which has been los ed down for a time, on Monday. Mrs. John Thompson spent sev eral days last week visiting relatives iv Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. H C. BmallXjeld, Mrs. Wilder Jones and Mrs. Mary Jones autoed to Helliugham Wednes day, Mrs. Jed Parish entertained at a children's party Monday afternoon, the occasion being the s...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Niwiptpsr Dtvolsd to the AdTsaeemsnt of Every Pro (rstiirs Idea. Uninfluenced by party, end attached solely to the public interest. Published at l.yndeo. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. Entered as Seeond-Claaa Mail Matter at ttie Post-Office, Uvnden, Washington. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One TSSttl Iftl Six Months 75c; Canada and foreign. One Year. $2.00 in Advance. admUshj Kates Furnished on Application. Stale Pri«l«- Justifies! by Foot*. The Bureau of Statistics and Im migration for the state of Washing ton has just issued a Homeseeket's Guide, a publication of more than a I hundred pages devoted to a recital of the resources of the state and classified in its treatment of the subject by counties aud municipali ties. The following facts shown by the statistics are ""a source of just ifiable pride to the people of the commonwealth and should be con vincing inducement in bringing home seekers within the borders oi the state: The State of Washingto...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 March 1914

VELEKE 8 ELDER The Pure Food Grocers FRESH VEGETABLES We try to have on hand at all times, Fresh Lettuce, Radishes, Celery, Cabbage and other Greens. Potatoes, Rutabagas, Carrots, Parsnips. If you will call when in town and inspect our stock we know you can find something to tempt the appetite at this season. A Steel-Cut, chahless,dusllesscoffee at 35c to meet a demand for a high grade, properly treated coffee at a Popular Price—we have add ed this line, Country Club, put up in tin cans and with an absolute guarantee printed on every can. It costs nothing to try it. Pie Fruits in Gallon Cans. Peaches, Pears, Apricots and blackberries, a gal. 40c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Corn, 3 cans 25c Peas, per can 15 and 20c Beans" " 10 and 20c Succotash, per can 20c Hominy " " 15c Sauerkraut - 15c Sweet Pickles, quart, 25c Fleischmann's Yeast received fresh twice each week. 2 cakes for 5c We buy in small quantities and often thus keeping our perishable goods in the best possible condition. Veleke &a...

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