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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 June 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Number R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE s :: PHONE MAIN 59 Baseball Sunday. Several Everson people drove over to Bee tbe ball game last Sunday. The Misses Hoover visited their hotne at Everson, Sunday. Mis- McVey visited at the Hoover Lome in Everson last Sunday. The rain prevented many an autj part> Sunday. Of course it is all right but if we were consulted our advice would be that »c had had rain enough. Mrs. George Hall was sick the last of the week but is better again now. Mrs. Schiefer is visiting with friend in Seattle this week. Carroll Colley was in Bellingham, Saturday evening. — Gertrude Barnhart was visiitng in Eferson, Saturday. Miss M. Buwtp.* of Seattle, is visit ing Lena Daly. Lynden vs Lummi Indians at Maw ley's park next Sunday. J(ss Stark and wife were up from Bellingham Sunday visiting Mr. Stark' mother. Mrs. T. H. Copestick, of Se...

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. — 23 June 1910

Page 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot fisst published Aug. a*. I'»0l Lynden Sun, first published June 29. 190* Lynden Sun.Pllot, cstab'd Aug. 10. 1903 DAN CLOUD, Publisher, Entered as second-class mall Matter, July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance W Six Months In Advance 6 Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..*2.<» Advertising Rates furnished on applica tion. Srilumr (teg (Hunter The Tribune recently figured In a law suit but it was in a decent sort Of wav We hadn't been trying to hold up'any advertiser nor had we been li beling anyone. This is the way it hap pened : A saloon keeper was being prosecut ed for selling liquor to a boy. The father testified that it was wet, rainy weather. The saloon keeper and his friends said it wasn't. The father took his copy of the Tribune for that date The saloon keeper smiled a smole. What was the Lynden Tribune as autl ority He brought In the ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 June 1910

STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Senator Jones has introduced bllli appropriating *15,000 each for public building sites at YVenatchee and El lensburg. Farmers' union day at the Elberton picnic was more largely attended than was expected; the attendance it es timated at 5000. Ex-Governor Mcßride has issued a letter announcing his support of Judge Thomas Burke, of Seattle, for United States senator. Fraud and misconduct in the ad ministration of the public and state lands of Washington will be an issue in Representative Miles Poindexter'e campaign for the senate. Acting Gov. Howell has honored a requisition for the extradiction of John Clark, wanted in Carlton county. Minn, on the charge of murder in the first degree. Clark was arrested in Spokane, and is now i eld there. Toppenish will make an effort to be named as the station for the opening of the Yakima Indian reservation this fall, and has taken the matter up with Senator Jones. Land locators have al ready commenced to arrive in the rese...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 June 1910

PAGE 6. MISSION FURNITURE ANY PIECE ANY PRICE ANY STYLE MADE TO ORDER Lynden Manufacturing Company Trains Daily LYNDEN & BELLINGHAM Round trip $1.25, Saturdays and Sundays $1.00 B. B. & B. C. R. R. What sort of furniture are you to put in your house? That is a big question that every June Bride and Groom should ponder before making any purchases. Perhaps you have been planning all sorts of "economies" and have decided that you "won't get elaborate, but just cheap pieces." Well, it's alright to dispense with the "elaborate" styles, for they aren't-popular anymore, but it's mighty poor econemy to get "cheap furniture. Hundreds of newly-weds have found that our fur niture is the right sort to buy. It doesn't cost any more to completely equip the home from these stocks —fact is it costs less, because our furniture lasts longer. Our styles are distinctive. Materials and finish superior. You can furnish your home complete from here— everything necessary is to he found under the on...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 June 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. BEEBE Proprietor of the Midget Barber Shop. Cn Front TSt. East of Fourth Street. LYNDEN DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HOOU 310 Exchange Builcing BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden. Wash. C H. HORNBUCKLE. Agent for Waterloo Gasoline Eng., United States Cream Separator. So. Bellingham Wash. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OY DRAYING Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. DR. B. V. MOUNTER, FHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office, Over Lynden State Bank. Lynden, Wash. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at LaH> Notary Work, Fire Insurance written Deeds Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc drawn. Abstracts examined. Collect lons made. A General Law Practice in All Courts BETTER RAIL...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 June 1910

PAGE 8 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS DELTA AND SUNNYSIDE Mrs. W. H. Jackmau was a Lynden visitor Monday. Mr.s A. E. Baldwin and son Myron were shopping in Lynden Monday. P. O. Berthusen is hauling logs to the Axlund mill. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Axling and sons were Sunday guests at the B. A. Ax lund home. Mr. and Mrs. C. Erlcsou and daugh ter Mabel spent Sunday in Bellingham. The sewir.g society n.eets thiis Wed ncsday with Mrs. A. G. Westland. K. Andercsn and family and Ester Axlund spent Sunday afternoon at the Pearson home. Ctar. Fredcn of Bellingham spent Sunday at the Wheeler home. Mrs. Marskstrom spent Thursday with Mrs. Edna Axling. The W. C. T. U. gives a social meet ing on Thursday evening June 80. in the old P. A. Axling house, there will la music Pnd a pioerani after which refreshments will be served. Joseph Axling of Bellingham made a business trip up here last Sunday. Mr. PalmQUiat of Denver. Col. has purshased a ranch here and intends to make his home here. BOOTHS CORNERS Mr. and Mrs....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

COME CELEBRATE WITH US VoL 3 WILL BUILD A GYM School Board Plans to Construct an Athlet ic hall Before the New School Year Begins. aiLA w W tbe nope »' the school board to buy the proposed high school site this year and to construct a neat and commodeoua gymnasium and hall thereon this fall. .. Tne reasons suggested for doing Z. tnese - The Present school building was not large enough this last year. One grade had to be housed m a rented building. There will be mere students for the year 1910-11, and it would be necessary to rent rooms for t»| grades probably. The district is not financially ready to construct the high school building this season and besides the high school building it d.es want a school gymnasium and auditorium. A site for the new school grounds cau be purchased now as cheap if not Cheaper than it can be a year from How. The board figures that it may buy the site and construct the gym nasium and auditorium this year. The building can be then used the coming year to...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

PAGE 2. Spend July 4th in LINDEN™' BEJUM CONTINUOUS PROGRAM FROM DAWN UNTIL DARK Something Doing early in Lynden July 4th 4 a. m. We're Expecting You, So Please Don't Disappoint Us [These articles and Illustrations must net be reprinted without special permis sion.] BROODING DUCKLINGS. Ducklings are very amusing to those who have never batched them before. They batch best In the big water pan Incubator. In non-moisture machines or under the ben duck eggs should be sprinkled every other day witb tepid water. A duck egg is very clear to test, and you may see the little fellows wiggle in the shell, but the great atuut comes when tbe little spongy rubbernecks punch a hole In the shells with tbelr acoop shovels and pop through. Duck BBST STILB BBOODBB. eggs are mostly fertile. There Is near ly always an Incubator full, and It's up to you to take good care of the quacks. Yon spoil your chance for raising a big proportion of the hatch by using a poor brooder or crowding too many Into one. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Number R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE a m PHONE MAIN 59 Base ball Sunday. You will be with us next Monday, will you not? Miss Drake returned from a visit to Seattle, Saturday. That is going to be a gjod base ball game next Sunday. Mrs. Dufner's niece, Olga Aslit, of Olympla, is visiting her. R. W. Green and wife drove to Bell ingham Friday afternoon. Pauline Handy, of Seattle, is vlsitin the home folks in Lynden. Mrs. Golf and daughter were visitor at the county seat Saturday. Dr. Katherine Gloman, of Belling ham was in Lynden Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. J.W. Tremaiu made a trip to Bellingham last Saturday. Mrs. Slade and Ray Slade were vis itors in Bellingham last Saturday. W. Packard has gone to the Sol diers' Home at Pasadena California. George Erz Jr. and family visited with friends In Bellingham Saturday. Lottie Brown, daughter of Painter Brown is very...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

Page 4 THE LYNDEN TMSIINE Successor to Pacific Pilot fisst published Aug. **. 1001 Lynden Sun, first published June 39. 1904 Lynden Sun.Pllot. estob'u Aug. 10, 1905 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as second-class mail matter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Tear in Advance 11-50 Six Months In Advance "5 Canada and Foreign one Year .. . .*2 00 Advertising Rates furnished on applica tion. artluttic €fl2it (Borwr The Tribune is pleased to announce elsewhere that the school board is fig uring on purchasing a high school site and constructing an auditorium this year, but it hopes that in the end the board will not be satisfied to buy one block of ground. Ifi our humble opinion the hoard could net do wiser than to buy a five of six acre school ground. Let us make our schools and their grounds a place of beauty and a place to be proud of. We propose now to build permanent buildings. Let us make them artistic as w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD John H. McGr'aw, ex-Governor of Washington, died at his residence In Seattle last week. A big Indian celebration will be held at Inchelium on the Fourth of July. The sport will be a ball game, torse racing and foot racing. The annual payroll of Aberdeen in dustries is $4,500,0u0. The annual cut If lumber in Aberdeen mills is 300,- --t'oo.ooo feet Plans are being made for the enter tainment of 2000 Eagies in North Ya kiaia on the occasion of the fifth an nual state convention of the order to be held there July 12 and 13. The city of Centralia is expending $60,000 on the sewer system, extend ing it to residence Oistricts which have been built up in the last year 01 two. By a vote of 22 to 19 the people of Plaza signified their desire that the •chool district erect a gymnasium on the school grounds. There will probably be no registra tion on the Yakima Indian Reserva tion this fall, because investigation shows that after the allotmeuts are all made to the Indian...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

PAGE 2. People of Note In the Limelight Gary's Six Day Order. Prince of Wales' New Work-Caruso's Plans to Find a Boy Singer. TH E thousands of men and their families affected by the rad ical change In the working rules of the United States Steel company's plan t a have E. H. Gary, chairman of the di rectors, to thank. Realizing tbe sever ity of tbe labor in- E. H. GARY. yolyed In tbe production of tbe Ingots. Mr. Gary In spite of tbe hundreds of orders ahead decided that six days' toll was enough for any man, and here after there will be little or no Sunday work, insuring a normal working day week for the employees. All thinking Americans will heartily approve of this move, and If an equally progres sive stand be taken by other big con cerns the corporation will have set a standurd with respect to Sunday and seven day work. Judge Gary is a big, broad policy man; that Is bis strength. He Is the man who, rising above his business, blazes tbe trail between operation and dividends. Ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. BEEBE Proprietor of the Midget Barber Shop. HOT AND COLD BATHS <.'n Front St. East of Fourth Street. LYNDEN' WASH. DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON POOM 31 0 Exchange Builmng BELLINGHAM J. P. SCUM ITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases o: the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. C. H. HORNBUCKLE. Agent for Waterloo Gasoline Eng., United States Cream Separator. So. Bellingham Wash. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS 01- DRAYING Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. DR. B. V. MOUNTER, THYSICIAN and SURGEON Office, Over Lynden State Bank. Lynden, Wash. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Latt> Notary Work, Fire Insurance written IV. ids Mo/tgapes. Contracts, Wills etc irawn, Abstracts examined. Collect ions made. A General La...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 June 1910

PAGE 8 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS DELTA AND SUNNYSIDE Mrs. G. W. Worthen and Mrs. H. C, C. Berthusen spent one day last week in Bellingham. Elma Engman and Emll Freden of Bellingham were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Markstrom. A. E. Baldwin and Myron are cutt ing logs on their place and C. R. Ax ling is hauling them to Axlund s mill. John Axling left Sunday for Denver, Colorado. , , . Edith Tyrall and a friend from, liellingham spent Sunady at the Ty rall home. . Haying is well under way and these bright days makes the farmers happy. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Baldwin and son Myron spent Sunday at the Randall home in Lynden. Rev. Swarts of Mount Vernon and Rev Asplund of Spokane spent Thurs day any Friday with friends here. Dave Pearson is home from Alaska and will not try to tell what he said hut just ask him how he liked the bill of fare. , . . Alban Christofferson of Index is spending his vacation home. Edgar Olson of Pearson is visiting his brother and other relatives. The midsummer picnic last...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

Vol. 3 RURAL CARRIERS ORGANIZE HERE Appoint Delegates to State Convention Local Man Chosen as President of County Association The rural Jet:.-! carriers met in Lvl den July 4 at the P;:la:e hotei and or gar'?ed a VThatcora County Rural Let ter Carrier's Itni iatffen. " Carrier Ma 1 of Sumas. was elected as v fclegalf to attend the .stat,-. con vention tn be held u.Taeritna. Sept 5. fron: which t'.e ass ,fiat on will re ceive its Charter, Olivers eleictad were as fU|i.»-s: IVesiuei.t. J. E. McSorler, of l.yr dm, Secretary. E. J. Clark, c-r Cos 1 en. Treasurer. Mr. Jensen, of Ferndale. it c objeo] of the assoclatlafl is to co-operate with the Depariirient. the It> orl Officials, the Patrons of their Respective Routes, and with each oth er for the betterment of the R ads. the Service and for tU rood will of I>EFECTI VF E VK.^lt:l IT A s»Foeawa was standing in the loldiv of one of Birmingham's leading hotels when some one made a reciark about It being so ahay W Bet a little "wet r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

PACE 2. POMONA GRANGE MEETS IN LYNDEN (Continued from Page t) sack, North wood, Clearbrook aiid Lyn den. Sixteen new members were Paitatled. Most Important action of ttie flrat day was tne appointment of a Cooper ative committee ol live v> l ,lau ' or the coining meeting to he held In Seattle July 85, to plan a state wide co-operative movement. The open session in the evening was held In Fraternal Hall. C, E. Cllne welcomed the visitors to Lynden the Beautiful. A Sextette from the Lynden grange, Slaters Hyatt, Bender, Boerhave and brothers Hoe) have and \V. A. Smith, sang two songs. .Mrs. Dunn lead a splendid paper on "Manuel Training i the Public School as Exampllfled at Ten sale." Show ing Examples ol the work Of the stu dents. Mrs, Emma Smith Devoa and .Mrs. S. M. Bruce spoke on ' Notes lor Wo men," Mr. Roberta on "Co-operation Between Teachers and Oranges," of fering :t good many suggestions of \ alue. The Ladies of Lynden Orange set a fine banquet to tne visitors Tues day ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS N*tes. Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to ihe Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Number R521. TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE n n PHONE MAIN 59 What did you think of our Fourth? John Thompson spent Saturday in Bellingham. Next comes the Woodmen's s pic nic. T.iat'a on Agust 6th. Mrs. Mollle Stark Williams is visit ing with friends n Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Smallfield were in Belli ngbam Tuesday and Wednesady. Mr, and Mrs. M. M. Horton were in Belli ngtiani to see the airship Tues day. I Mrs. Byron, of Bellingham is visit ing with her daughter Mrs. H. H. Jamieson. Mrs. Thompson who has been vlsltin with her parents near Spokane 1b home again . Arthur Clark and Gale Edson who have been visiting in Seattle arrived home Saturday. if Mrs. Kellogg, of Bellingham, wife of Judge Kellogg, is visiting her friend, Mrs. B. W. Loring. P. A. Wright who came up from Se attle for the Fourth returned to his school work Monday. i Miss Lena Spearin. from Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

Pago 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot flsst published Rug. a*, tool Lynden Sun, first published June 29, IVO4 Lynden Sun-Pilot, cstab'd Aufl. 10, ISOS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as second-class mall natter, July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act Of Murch 3. 1879. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (me Year in Advance UM tux Months In Advance 76 Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..1200 Advertising Kates furnished on appllca-' tlon. iTriuiitif o!nzg (tetter The Sunday liellingham American rami out in an editorial which prac tical iy endorses Frank W. Bixby for prosecuting Attorney this week, re printing tbe Tribune's endorsement of Mr. Bixby. and saying it was all true, but lying, of course, before the edit orial was finished, by styling that the Tribune was a ring organ and that it had been forced to take a stand In I.vnden for Bixby. As far as the insult to the Tribune is concerned we do not care but the Tribune and others of Mr. Hixby's friends are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD A local option election has been called to take place at Republle on July 16. A subagency and model farm will be established on the Colvllle Indian reservation near Omak. Representative Poindezter went to Oyster Bay Tuesday to see Colonel Roosevelt. The Pacific & Eastern railway hat decided to connect its western terml nal, which ia just above Wlllapa. with the Northern Pacific at Wlllapa. • The United States assay office at Seattle received $300,000 in gold from Nome and Fairbanks, nearly $250,- --000 of it coming by mail. , While attempting to cross the Ska git river Mrs. John Jones, wife of a watchman in the Great Northern ter minals at Rockport, was drowned In sight of her husband. They had been married only a few months. The state baa received notice that its bid is accepted for $150,000 in bonds, which were recently issued bg Pacific County to finance the construc tion of a new court house in South Bend. It Is reported that a petition is being circu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 7 July 1910

PAGE .?„ - The Short Ballot Movement WE bave beard much of late about tbe Dcs Moines or Galveston plan— tbe plan to govern a community by a commission — and now along tbese lines cornea an other movement tbat la attracting considerable atten tion. It la to sim plify politics by a wooDßOw'WTteow. short baH ot . the principle of wblch Is that only those offices sbould be elective wbicb are Important enough to attract and de serve public examination and tbat very few offices should be filled by election at one time, so aa to permit adequnte and unconfused public ex amination of the candidates. In other words, the new plan is to shorten tbe bnllot chiefly by making minor places. now elective, appointive. To expluln this principle to the American public and help secure Its adoption an organization has been formed having tbe following offlcerst . President, VVoodrow Wilson; vice pres idents, Winston Churchill, Horace B. -Denting. Ben B. Llndsey, William 8. TJ'Reu. William Allen White and ...

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