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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 June 1914

Vol. 7 MEXICAN MEDIATORS PROPOSE NEW PLAN Separate Conferences Between Americans and Constitu tionalists Suggested. Niagara Palls, Ont—-The mediators proposed a Dew course of action which will not only prolong the proceedings, but eventually may work out a solu tion of the Mexican problem. Tbe plan contemplates separate con ferences between the Americans and representatives of the constitutional ists. Justice Lamar and Frederick W. Lebmann would continue their deal ing* with the Huerta delegates through the mediation board. In this way all elements In the Mexican situa tion would be drswn together and there would be no necessity for the declaration of an armistice until some agreement was reached and approved by the rebels. The plan was said to be a result of the visit of Minister Naon, of Argen tina, to Washington, where President Wilson Is understood to have empha sized the written statement of Justice Lamar that any agreement reached by the mediation board which was not approved ...

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. — 25 June 1914

ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ANYTHINC \K-. THE MACHINE LINE COR. 6TH AND FRONT ST.. LYNDEN PHONE R471 Louden Hay Carriers Cycle Grinders Haying Tools of all kinds MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON READY TO USE For Ref inishing Autos and Carriages BERRY BROS, AUTO-COLOR VARNISH PAINT The Pigments and \ arnishes used in the making of Berry- Bros. Color Varnishes are the best that money or experience can produce Stocked in Pint and quart cans at 60c and $1 each MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1023-1039 Dk St. BeHingham. Wash. You'll Forget Your Troubles if you have a Saving! Account with this bank —it will serve as a substantial comforter in time of distress. Then a man always has more courage for attacking strenuous business problems or doing bard work of any kind, if he is conacious of some financial backing. Try it by opening a saving's account at once. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Balllnghmm, Washington OmpHal and Surpltn - - $300,000.00 We a pound are lor but...

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. — 25 June 1914

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Warren Hawley spent the past week in Vancouver on business. Mrs. D. W. Bender visited Bell- Ingham Tuesday, D. W. Bender attended the G. A. R. meeting in BeHingham yesterday. Holla Handy made a business trip to Seattle Tuesday. YOU'RE WANTED! —On the Wa plea and Serrurier lawns tomorrow night. * Miss Ruth Price from Parma, Id aho is visiting her uncle, T. R. Price. Mrs. W. W. Cruikßhank and dnughter spent Wednesday in Bell- Ingham. Dick Rens left for his former home In Waupaun, Wisconsin yes terday morning. The next meeting of the R. N. of A. will be held at the home of Mrs. W. 8, Baldwin, July 2. Mr. A. W. Jones and son of Cust er favored The Tribune with a pleasant call yesterday. Poßt muster D. W. Bender and Dr. C. H_ Mi-Lend sent Friday at the rose show in BeHingham. The Mark Hammond family mov ed yesterday into the A. Strandell iv>; f.ige on Edison street near Fifth. H. C. Smallfleld has replaced the K-ißoline engine In his Electric The atre With a 15-hors...

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. — 25 June 1914

Pafehaaad at Lrodea. Win Mam Cotaty. Waauiartoc Erwy Tharadaj. Kataraa' v In—< QSSS Hail X»-.u: at Pgsc-OSfec Lrsdca. Waaaisstoc SUBSCRIPTION' RATES—Oa* Tasr Sl-S*: Six MoatJtt Tic: Canada aad Y-m*T.. Ooa Y«*r. WM !a Adraaea. tinniui Baua Frothed oa Aji-.:a'.-:r. THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST Public Office. The political pot Is beginning tOj simmer. The candidates are be ginning to announce themselves. They are getting busy with the peo ple.' The people are taking a new view of public office and its respon sibilities. The view of tbe people also, it becoming to a great extent tte view of the men in offk-e and the men seeking office. The man in office is no longer re garded as the boss. The people are taking the right notion that he it their servant, and the man in of fice is coming to take that same view. He must look at things from this point sooner or later and it is better for him if he does it sooner • • • • The first note of real defiance to t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 June 1914

ELDER AND PAGE PURE FOOD GROCERS* Fleischmann's Yeast Makes bread baking easier and quicker, and in hot wea ther that is an object, 2 cakes, 5c Hammond's Special Flour makes better bread and that is always an object, sack $1.55 Hammond's Best, per sack • - $1.40 Fisher's Blend, per sack - - $1.55 Cherry Blossom, per sack - - $130 SOME GROCERY PRICES Tomatoes 3 cans - 25c Cream of Wheat 3pkg 50c Com 3 cans - - 25c Col Wheat. - 25c Red boy salmon 2 ens. 25c Car Wheat -* 25c Bacon lb - - - 20c G.S.Coffee 3-lbcansl.oo Sliced Pineapple can 15c Cheese lb - - 20c Hominy 2 cans ■ 25c Bulk Lard lb - 13c Peas 2 cans - • 25c Gallon Blackberries 30c Cottolene 10 lbs - $1.40 Gallon Apricots ■ 30c Cottolene 4 lbs - 65c Gallon Bartlett Pears 35c C.W. Soap 26 bars $1.00 Gallon Peaches - 35c FEED PRICES Bran, per sack - 75c. Wheat, per sack, $2.25 Shorts . $1.35 Scratch Food. - 2.00 Middlings, hundred 1.75 Chop • - 1.35 Chick Food - 2.75 Rolled Barley - 1.25 Broom* from 30 cents to 60 cents each. Ha...

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. — 25 June 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 IT BRINGS RESULTS "You can take my ad. out—l've told my horse, "Is what one farmer who advertised In this department told us the other day, "and I wouldn't have sold it If it hadn't been for that ad in the Tribune," he added. Then, to make things still better, he continued, "Here's another ad. I want you to run, because I know it will do the trick; it will bring the results sought for." So you see, what will happen If you advertise In the Tribune Want Columns, for this is only one of many like statements we hsve received from farmers who have taken advantage of their spsce. It's YOUR fault If YOU are not getting benefit from it. That's all there is to it. Advertise anything you want to sell or buy. Resd these over—they will serve ss samples—and then send yours in for next week's issue. CUMBERLAND Black Cap and C...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 June 1914

HAWLEY'S OPERA HOUSE Third at. ansf assess Orevee asstf f ftjsrfj, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. For rent for balls, concerts, and private and public en tertainments at reasonable ball rental. RHONE Ho. R702 WARREN C. HAWLEY. Man'gr- F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics n Specialty Lyndsn, Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office Over Lyndsn State Bank X.THMST, WASBIVOTOBT CHAS. B. SAMPLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Oteds, Wills and Mortgages Drawn— Abstracts Examined—Collec tions Made city sTTomrar rom u-rom X.TBTDBBT, WABKXVOTOX 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. 8. J. TORNET Special pracilce I Imlte* to Diseases of the ■ye, Bar. Mom sad Throat Olasase Properly rated Alaska nulldmr. ■eniagbam EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYINO WOOD AND COAL Auto For Rent at Any Time Express and Team Work Prompt Attention to All Business Phone R3B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 June 1914

PAGE EIGHT. New Parasols Just the kind for the well dress- Ed lady. You can find the par asols here in green, Copenhagen, black, white, wine and persian designs with steel paragon frames wind proof and all are in the very newest shapes to be had. Children's white, tan and navy 25 and 50c each Ladies' silk or cotton, $1.50 to $6.75 each Absolutely New Is the lot of "Simmons" kid gloves just received. The latest thing in kid gloves always comes from the "Simmons'* glove fact ory. See them and you will say that you never saw neater or better made gloves anywhere. And the price is very reasonable at from $1.00 to $1.50 pr. Men's Hats We can please and fit you in a new hat, in straw, panama, felt or stiff. We carry felt hats in sizes as large as 7%. Our straw hat section is also loaded with a large range of styles and sizes for Chil dren, ladies and men. Felt hats at from $1.50 to $3.00 Straw hats at from 8c to $7.50 New Silks Arriving almost daily. The last shipment of silks was receive...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 July 1914

Vol. 7 OUR INDEPENDENCE. By MARGARET E. SANGSTER I sometimes wonder whether we prize as we ought the greut boon of independence under our flag. Surely we have little of which to complain "t t.\ls hour. The independence which Is the special boast and pride of Americans and which moves us all to demonstration when the Four th of July returns is as precious to women as to men. bleßses their home lives and conveys to them a great many privileges. Ask the ord inary child who is the most import ant person in the family and the answer is usually "Why mother, of course." Ask an American hus band to name the power behind the throne in his home, and he replies without hesitation: "My wife." When Abraham Lincoln was nominat ed for the presidency he said to the group around him: "There Is a little woman at home, who will be glad to hear this." It is the little woman at home who sends the hus band forth day by day to his fields of endeavor; It is she tor whom he toils, and it is she whose Ideals...

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

PAGE TWO. PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. Best Automobile on the market. $1 ,075 f ob - Lynden ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ANYTHINC IN THE MACHINE LINE c6r. 6TH AND FRONT ST.. LYNDEN PHONE R471 Louden Hay Carriers Cycle Grinders Haying Tools of all kinds MARION BIEHLER LYNDE N, WASHINGTON READY TO USE For Refinishing Autos and Carriages BERRY BROS. AUTO-COLOR VARNISH PAINT The Pigments and Varnishes used in the making of Berry Bros. Color Varnishes are the best that money or experience can produce Stocked in Pint and quart cans at 60c and $1 each MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. INDEPENDENCE DAY Patrick Henry sowed the first seed of American Independence and we annually celebrate the anniversary of its declaration. And yet we can not comprehend the marvelous results of this most judicious act of our forefathers. And the young man who starts a savings account with this bank will plant the seed of thrift and personal independence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 July 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL The city council will meet In regular session tomorrow night. J. D. Sertmger on Monday sold a house and lot on Edison street to A. Strandell. Mr and Mrs. Walter Hemingway will leave Sunday evening for a two week s visit to relatives and friends lv Seattle and Everett Mr. and Mrs. G. Ramaker, who have been visiting at the H. J. Sleyster home returned to their home In Seattle Monday. The Lynden Volunteer fire depart ment will send a team over to Blame on July 4th., to enter in the hose cart races to be held there. Miss Gwendolyn and Master Ted dy Green, of Seattle, came Thurs day for a visit to Miss Frances and Bradford Knapp. Mr. Will Howard, of Coupeville, Is a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. 0. Beach. Mr. Howard will remain here during the summer. Charles Jacobson, while cutting en silage last Thursday, cut off the thumb of his left hand at the first joint. Mr. Redd, while at work at Stone's mill Saturday, had his left hand ocaught in the cut-off saw, ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 July 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE A NawfptparDarolid lo Iht Advtncamant of Every Pro. ir*Mtv« Id». Uninfluenced by party. »nd • tlachad solely to tHe public interest. Published at Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. . EnUred as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Post-Offiee. Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-One Year $1.50; Six Months 75c; Canada and Foreign, One Year, *2.00 in Advance. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" Patriotism. The Fourth of July presents time ly opportunity for a discussion of Patriotism. Present conditions in thiß coun try develop notably two types of patriots. There is, first the man who studies the news, who con siders carefully the situation, and who says but little. This man is the country's best patriot. It is upon men of this type that the na tion must depend for Its very exist ence. There Is secomd, the man who finds fault with every move made by those In authority....

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. — 2 July 1914

ELDER AND PAGE PURE FOOD GROCERS- Lard Why pay the pound price for your lard pail when you can bring your empty pail and have it filled with fresh bulk lard at, per pound, . . - 13c Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses The Perfect Mason, Golden State Mason, and Econ omy Jars. Extra caps rubbers and clamps. Jelly glasses t in moulds and in tumbler style. Pickles A new line just installed; sweets, sours, dills and mix ed in tins at lOc and 15c. Very handy to take with you on picnics. SOME GROCERY PRICES Tomatoes 3 cans - 25c Corn 3 cans - - 25c Red boy salmon 2 ens. 25c Bacon lb - - - 20c Cottolene 4 lbs - 65c String Beans • 15c Bran, p;r sack - 75c. Shorts . . $1.35 Chop per sack • 1.35 This store will be closed all day, Saturday, July 4 ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 LYNDEN, WN. correspondence: Interesting Item* from the many flouriahinf* town* in the county by our own correspondents FERNDALE Miss Beryl James of Belling haru spent tlie week-end with Miss Alio* Shields. ' Mrs. Claude Cadwel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 July 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 IT BRINGS RESULTS "You can take my ad. out —I've sold my horse, "is what one farmer who advertised in this department told us the other day, "and I wouldn't have sold it if it hadn't been for that ad in the Tribune," he added. Then, to make things ■till better, he continued, "Here's another ad. I want you to run, because I know it will do the trick; it will bring the results sought for." So you see, what will happen if you advertise in the Tribune Want Columns, for this is only one of many like statements we have received from farmers who have taken advantage of their space. It's YOUR fault if YOU are not getting benefit from it. That's all there is to it. Advertise anything you want to sell or buy. Read these over —they will serve as samples—and then send yours in for next week's issue. WANTED —Berry pickers. E...

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. — 2 July 1914

ORDINANCE NO. 148. An Ordinance Amending an Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance Relating to the Municipal Water Supply System of the Town of Lynden, Regulating the Use of Water Therefrom, Pro viding for the Sale of the Same, Fixing the Price Thereof and Pro viding a Method of Collecting Rates Therefor, and Providing Penalties for Violation of this Ordinance and Repealing all Ordinances and Parts of Ordinances ln Conflict Here with." Be it Ordained by the Town of Lyn den, Washington: SECTION I. That Ordinance No. 126 of the Town of Lynden, be amended to read as hereinafter set forth and amended; and that the following rulea and regu lations be and the same are, hereby established for the fixing, regulating and controlling of the use and price of the water supplied by the water de partment of the Town of Lynden; to wit: SECTION 11. The words "Water Superintendent" whereever used in this ordinance shall be held and construed to mean the Water Superintendent of the Town of Lynden who shall...

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. — 2 July 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Curtain Material In new and dainty designs. No matter how well your house is furnished if you do not have your windows properly draped with the proper kind of drapery it will spoil the whole effect. Priced at from lOc to SOc yd. Our Large Stock of Ginghams will enable you to find any thing yon may need in ginghams, as our stock is nearly double the size of any stock of ginghams in the city. We can show you over 125 different patterns and of course the price is as usual just a little below any price you can find else where, at from 9c to 25c the yd. "Niagara Maid" Silk hose and gloves will give you more wear and style than any other kind made. And the price is very reasonable when compared with the grade of silk used. Hose at $1.50 the pair Gloves at from 50c to $1.25 the pair Swat the Fly You will find that it is not necessary to do so, when your home is protected by door and window screens. We carry a most com plete lind of Screen Doors and Window Screens Now is the tim...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1914

Vol. 7 STATE CAPITOL NEWS The unique forestry exhibit which is being assembled by the forestry department of the University of Washington, expressly for the Wash ington display at the Panama-Pa cific exposition, will be shown Ht North Yakima this fall at the state fair.. The number of motor vehicle li censes issued during the month of June represented an Increase of 41 per cent over the number Issued during June. 1913, leading to an estimate that the total number of motor licenses issued this year'will be about 40,000 as against 24,148 last year. During the first six months of 191,4, a total of 7,486 accidents were reported to the industrial in surance commission a reduction of almost 10 per cent from the number reported during the first six (months of 1913, which was 8,252. That even a better proportionate show ing may be made during the next ■ix months under the "Bafety first" campaign of the industrial insurance commission. Report of nursery stock shipped from foreign countries i...

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. — 9 July 1914

PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. Auu«MC>i«e ob the S1 ,075 f «-h- Ly«<fc» ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES PEPAIRINC t-y REASONABLE PRICES CO*. 6TM AMD FMOMT ST.. LVMPCM PHONE R471 Louden Hay Carriers Cycle Grinders Haying Tools of all kinds MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON READY TO USE For Ref jniafjing Auto* *nd Carriage* Hi BROS, AUTO-COLOR VARtIfSH PAIMT flat PtgmeaU aad Yaro**bea used m the <k bury Bfoa. Co.O' '« aifu.M,*::'. Hl*: trst best IX i*t mmWf tt experieacr; can fxoduce b*u>.k*d in Pint and quart cant at 60c and $1 each MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 i-Jk St. &mm*%mm U**h- Rain Tomorrow If tin wtMlku.r muiij yrt-AUtr fa.tr U>nw>rroH you arrauj£»- 'iiui yijttf ittJtjtttAmySy An »ou ■ .<, *.;< tl«- uiu< lor li»» imitty «iav of lil«-' **o uuu i <vi U-iI tuu wlit-ti ilia- »ij» of v« r-ilv i. <oioii>£ «ii<i tiu- Oulv Hull/ U/ <!'! i» to bllll«i Ujy <J -JIIHJJ- d<<otilil mHltiltfA tlijtl 'lav Wttr Itaiik .ilJor<i- you a ur< o|&g...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1914

LOCAL aho PERSONAL Swat the fly! Mrs. J. H. Jacoby entertained Miss L. Rouls of Everson Sunday. Rolla Handy and family and Miss Nellie Collins enjoyed the Fourth at «llver hake. Mr. and Mrs.i Mark Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. D. Mulder spent the Fourth at Glacier. The Misses Mary and Martha Os sewarde of Bellingham are visiting f-iends in Lynden this week. Wm. Wellhouse now living at Bellingham was visiting friends here on Tuesday. Pete Mohrmau of Ferndale viait- Lynden on Sunday and was the guest of Howard Thompson. Mlsb Lucy Austin spent the Four th visiting Mrs. Brjdger of Ever son. Mrs. Will Galbrailh and children are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Trapman. O. Veleke and family and Mrs. W. W. Crulkshank and daughter aud Mrs. D. Feenhouse autoed to Bellingham Tuesday. Otho Beeman of Seattle hug been spending his vacation With friends aud relatives here for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Allen of Blame spent several days in Lynden visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. T...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 July 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Niwiplpar D«vol«d (oth«Advinc<ment of Every Pro. graniv* Ids*. Unlnfluenod by p»rty, and ■Msehad aolaly to the> public lntoml. H. ROSENZWEIG Published »t Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington, Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Poat-Office, Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES —One Yearsl.so; Six Month 3 75c; Canada and Foreign. One Year. $2.01 In Advance. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" Home. I turned an ancient poet's book. And found upon the page. "Stone walls do not a prison make Nor Iron bars a cage." Yes, that is true, and sometimes more; You'll find where'er you roam That gilded walls and marble halls Will never make a home. But every house where Love abides And Friendship is the guest Is truly home, apd home, sweet home, For there the heart can rest. —Author Unknown. Pull Together—For the Fair. The outlook for record breaking crops in Whatc...

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