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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 August 1914

ELDER AND PAGE PURE FOOD GROCERS* Crystal White, Swift's White, or White Bear Soap t • 6 bars for 25c 26 bars for - . $1.00 One case, for - - $3.80 Lenox Soap, . 7 bar* for 25c White Borax Naptha, • 6 bars for 25c P. &G. or Fels Napatha. per carton, - 50c TOILET SOAP We have a fine line of Toilet Soaps for 5c and 10c a cake. ECONOMY JARS Pint Economy Jars, dozen - 85c Quart Economy Jars, dozen - $1.00 Half gallon Economy Jars, dozen - $1.40 New Economy Covers, two dozen for 35c MASON JARS Quart Masons, per dozen, - 75c Half Gallon Mason Jars, • 90c New Covers, per dozen, - 20c Best extra heavy Rubbers, 3 doz. for 25c Fresh F"ruit and Vegetables We aim to have always on hand a supply of the best Fruits and Vegetables the market affords. Order Your Peaches for Can ning This Week ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 CORRESPONDENCE r ROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES. By the Tribune's Special Correspondents CUSTER Fletcher Everett left Saturday for p few day's visit with friends in Se att...

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. — 13 August 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 FOR SALE —The Gen. Mar.Pherson place of 15 acres Inquire on premises. 8-13-tf. FOR SALE —A young registered Holat.eln Bull, ready for service. Of the beat milk and butter strain At a reasonable price. D. J De Hoogh, Phone BfSI, Lynden. 8-13-tf. PIG 3 FOR SALE—A. Benson, Lyn den. 7-13-4t. pd. WANTED —17 year old girl wants one or two days' work each week In private family. Apply Trib ute office. 8-13-2 L FOR SALE —100 year-old hens, and 150 2-year-<dd hens, in order to make room for young stock. They are in good laying condition. Herman. Oordt, Lynden Poutry Yards. Phone X:IH:S. 8-13-U. WANTED—Position by country girl Just over from Germany. House work in town preferred. Apply The Tribune office. 8-l:12t. FOR SALS —Dry Alder Wood, $1.50 a rick, delivered. A. E. Moody, Phone Main d~, Lyndon. 8-13-2t. FOR SALE—S...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 August 1914

*s* *s* v& vsf l& Vff Vff vgf V£* *t* *S* *w* *{* *¥* lift \f( Tigf \g ygf v£f Tgf yjf Xtf Greatest Piano Purchase Ever Known in tHe History of Bellingham Eilers Music House secures eighty-four (four carloads) of the world's finest instrumenta for spot cash at unheard ot prices. All to be sold on the club or co-operative plan at a fraction of their worth. Brand new, fully warranted, pianos $ 1 47.50, $ 1 86, $248 and so on, with the special club advantages. Terms SI.OO or $1.50 Weekly We have great faith in the purchasing power of the people of this city and vicin ity- We know that if the proper inducements are offered, and plenty of time given for payment, that eighty-four Piano and Player Pianos can be disposed of in short order Backed by this feeling of confidence, as well as past experience, we have purchased these eighty-four instruments from the Coast representative of the big Eastern factories. We shall pay spot cash for them. They were glad to unload, and we secured ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 August 1914

PAGE EIGHT. See how slen der, supple and natural the figure, here illustrated, looks. Well, you can have the very same appearance. Come to our Corset Department and let us show you your indi vidual Henderson Corset. I) It will fit you perfectly and give you straight, willowy lines that will make you look attractive and girlish. We have individual Hen derson Corsets for all figures— slight, average or large. In com fort and wearing service, you will be highly pleased with these moderate priced corsets. f| We invite your examination of these corsets. Extra special Yz price On Parasols for one day only. Saturday is the day you can get a new up-to-the-minute silk parasol in any of the new shades or shapes at just one half price. The shades are very new and different in persian effects and plain colors. $1.50 Parasols Saturday only, 75c $3.00 Parasols Saturday only, $1.50 $4.00 Parasols Saturday only, $2.00 $6.00 Parasols Saturday only, $3.00 Extra Special Ladies' dress Skirts in the new...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

Vol 7 The New High School Building. The excavation work for the new Lynden High School building has been finished and work on the structure commenced by Contractor J. Trappman. The above illustation gives a fair idea of the building but does not do justice to the same aS the illustration was made from a wash drawing, from which It is impossible to secure good newspaper illustra tions. The building will be of reenforc ed concrete construction with ■ stucco exterior finish. It will when completed be a perfect representa tion of the up-to-date school build ing of simple design, but supplied with eve r y convenience and practica bility and plenty of light for each room. The building has a frontage of 107 feet 6 inches by a depth of 63 feet 4 inches, with a center part 4o feet wide, extending 12 feet at the front and 36 feet at the rear. In the basement will be located the domestic science department reached either by separate entrance from front or bj a wide stairway from the first floo...

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. — 20 August 1914

m TOT MUCH SPOUT mmji mi ifat yam hmrt\ «ajT*«i catafe * > -;. ■- ; zZ.h "l. 5«; — i Hi' • Jli-Z. h-Z.<Z - — . - - ■ - - ztzt* -jz-t rfM.r::{ We guarantee all our repair work. when we fix a car we fix it And the best part is that we don't soak you. Yes., this may seem a miracle., friend but it is true. Our repairs STAY fixed PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. BE A KNOCKER MARION BEHLER I_ V>»D E- -N". WASHINGTO >f READY TO USE i/ : •:: ir: »i : *x . . • i.-ri::t-i ::>- res: sac man?' :»* MORSE HARDWARE CO. Inc . : ■ ' - fv. ze:..::irt.i-T:. -« tar. MONEY IS ALWAYS TRUMP • -.-.« xrtnif :>' irt rrinTit*' -.tsr h hwot -••jrr,: t*i: rnuaf truni: situs mr _ :.:itn: f ;i' >»Tiiiirrir i: . . : -"1 zmut :•": ''>-■' •'ii; - ' : us: i: uni? :>" CTrsri»ciiri vt.tti vat t: rjiin t rurnj. :. .: :>'S 3aLt' t:«Oii tin. stfeT*. * sen lap h::::>iiii'- FiRST NATIONAL BANK W*sJiM*+*ytom * - - >»'»£:'-iff • - S-3-&Q-OOC J>o are ar Gutter paying *m»J m\J\? fmt. :l f ff.::i :...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

LOCAL MD PERSONAL A Tribune Want Ad will sell it. County Fair at Lynden. Sept. 30 and October 1, 2, 3 Wilder R. Jones is in attendance at the Elks grand lodge at Everett. Mrs. D. W. Bender was a Bell ingham visitor Saturday. Mrs. D. M. Wood of Sunnyside, Washington, visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Wood. Perry Heathers is confined to his home ll the North wood district with an attack of sickness. Mrs. A. Barber and son. of Dav> •Bport, Washington, are visiting Mrs. Sara Lindhout and family. Sugar took another jump up wards, of 50 cents per hundred on Monday. V. D. Green of Custer was a pleasant caller at The Tribuue of fice ou Monday. Thrashing is in full swing in this locality. A big yield is reported from all seel lons. Have you decided how you are going to decorate your car for the big parade on Thursday, August 27? Mrs. Bruce Armstrong of Seattle is visiting Lynden. and is a guest at the Hammond home. Mayor Oakes is to turn the first shovel of dirt on the new pavement con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Nawipiper Devoted to the Advancement of Every Pro grass! v„ Idea. Uninfluenced by party, end attacked eolelytotbe public interest. Publiehed at Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington, Every Thursday. Entered alsecond-Class Mail Matter at the Poat-Omce. Lynden. Washington. _ SUBSCRIPTION HATES -One Yearsl.so; Six Mentha 75c; Canada and Foreign, One Year. 12.00 »n Advance. Advertisint; Kates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A Busiuess-likc Administration of* Public Affairs Wanted. Thomas S. Griffiths, president of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, lias sent an appeal to various com mercial clubs In the state asking co-operation lv a plan to lower the rate of taxation. Mr. Griffiths is a member of one of the largest wholesale grocery firms in the state, and has been a resident of Spokane for over thirty years. He is not a politician, in the common use of the word, but like many other business men he has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

ELDER AND PAGE PURE FOOD GROCERS- Prices .s. Up on nearly all standard groceries. It will therefore pay you to look over your supply and order anyt ing you find low. Many art icles will be higher if \ou wait until you are out. Prices have not advanced on many articles which we had in stock and which we are selling for less than we would have to pay for them wholesale. We are taking all the advantage we can of the market, but will not sacrifice Ihe freshness of our stock to save one or two cents in b tying. There is no line of business in com mercial life where QUALITY is so absolutely essential as it is in GRO CERIES. Whatever you buy from us is of the QUALITY KIND. ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES. By the Tribune* Special Correspondent! FERNDALE Miss Dojr Slater had as her week end guests. Miss Bra Slater of Rell ingham. Miss An(le Rainier and Miss Orpha Beighlel elHel-tallied at din ner Saturday evening, MS. Jose phine Whit ai re and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 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 FOR SALE—A well established mil linery store doing good business in a live town. Centrally locat ed, three car lines pass the store. Four living rooms, uicely furnish ed" in rear of store. Gas and other modern improvements. Rea son for selling, going East. Ad dress: The Style Hat Shop, 1705 Market Street, Seattle, Wash. MRS. CHARLOTTE IIEUN will ac cept Violin pupils. Phone Nook sack 3325 for terms. 8-20-2 L CALL PHONE X 022 for Automo bile to Hire. Anywhere, Any Time. 8-20-2t-pd. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE —R. C, H. Touring car in excellent con dition. Call at Baunian Imple ment Co., Lynden, for inspection. 8-20-2t. FOR SALE —Two No. 1 Heifers to be fresh soon. B. E. Hawley, Lynden. 8-20-2t-pd. GOOD. CLEAN, comfortable, con veniently located rooms at reason able rates for Normal Students. Address 713 Maple St., Bellin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

Scientific Farming CANNING IN COUNTRY HOMES. Every Farm«tead Should Have an Out fit For Health and Economy. [Prepared by fnlted States department of agriculture.] Every country home should have a home canning outtit. Such an outfit would not only prove available In sav ing each home hundreds of dollars, but would be the means of securing for the use of the family homemade pre serves and cuntied vegetables for the winter's use und. In addition, would unquestionably preserve the health of the members of the household. Everybody knows the superiority of homemade preserves and other varie ties of canned goods, and nearly ev erybody with a little study can be come efficient In preserving and in canning for the home. The first requi site In canning for borne consumption is a good Jar or can. For home use tbe gl.iss Jars are undoubtedly the most economical, and. nslde from be- Jng less attractive, the tin cans will st only one year, while with good treatment the glass Jars will last al mos...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 August 1914

J»AGB EIGHT. are found only in school days and every proud parent wants their boy or girl to be up with best in their grade and a child loses all inter est in school unless he can be dressed as well. Every boy or girl can find the proper kind of school clothes here. Good, reliable, con servative clothing is the kind we have for rough school wear. Read over the items below and see the many good things we have to oner for the children to wear at the beginning of school. Remember that all our merchandise is fully guaranteed. It always pays to buy dependable merchandise at a reliable store. Rough School Days is the time you must have good, reliable hosiery for the children and ."IRON CLAD" is the kind that is fully guaranteed. No. 19 is abso lutely the best stocking on the market for boys or girls. It has a triple leg and foot and is made from the best tested yarn to be had. The price is only 25c the pair. No 29 is a good one for I2V2C the pair. Extra Special Straw Hats for Men, Women a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

V 01.7 Home Classes in the Open Country Devised by Agricultural Colleges. A plan whereby 10 or more farm ers or farm women eau form home classes In agriculture or domestic science and receive the textbooks, lectures, lantern slides, laboratory and cooking equipment uecessuiy to conduct them has been devised by the department of agriculture iv cooperation with agricultural col leges of certain states. The object of the plan is to make accessible at home, to men and women who have not the time or means to attend the regular courses at the colleges, pratical short courses in agriculture and home management bpecially adapt ed to their districts. These courses which will consist of 15 to 20 lec tures, will consume five or more weekjj, can be arranged to suit the spare time and convenience of Men group of people. The courses to be offered at first are poultry raising, fruit growing, soils, cheese manu facturing, dairying, butter mak ing and farm bookkeeping; and for the women especially, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

PAGE TWO. NOT MUCH SPORT in spending your hard earned cash in constant repair bills for your car, is it? Now there are repairs and repairs. Some stay fixed and some don't. It depends upon who does the repairing. We guarantee all our repair work, when we fix a car we fix it. And the best part is that we don't soak you. Yes, this may seem a miracle, friend but it is true. Our repairs STAY fixed PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. COR. 6TH AND FRONT ST., LYNDEN PHONE R471 BE A KNOCKER With one of our hammers. And so also are our HARDWARE SUPPLIES of every des cription. Mechanics, carpenters, all trades in fact, find just what they want at this store. Handy articles, too, for farmer and house wife. IVIARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, 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 HAR...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

LOCAL »D PERSONAL A Tribune Want Ad will sell it. Mrs. Salrgaber, Sr. is quite 111. Mrs. Geo. Hall is visiting her brother in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lancaster are the parentß of a baby boy. Wilder Jones returned Friday from Everett. Mrs. Stark is improving in health after a lung illness. Mr. Radder. Sr., has purchased a new automobile. Rae Suln returned Thursday from a visit to Bellingham and Seattle. Mrs Jed Parrish and little daugh ter returned from Tacoma last week Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rinehart are visiting in Everett. A. A. Bauman has returned from Seattle. Dr. H. W. Shryock of Everson was in Lynden last week. D. F. Smith and wife spent last Sunday at Vancouver, B. C. J. P. Boerhave is at Seattle on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bateman spent Thursday at Bellingham. Mrs. S. J. Hamerllng and son of McFarlaud. California are here on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Wood. Mrs. Gries nnd her sister, Hah riet Abercrombie were shopping in Bellingham Tuesday. Mrs. W. G. Miller un...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE A N.wiptp.rDtvot.4 to th. Advane.m.nt of Every Pro* Sraaatv* 1d... Unlnlluenc.d hr party, and .tt.ch.d iiol.ly to th* public interact. Publi.hed at I.ynden. Whatcom County. Waahtngton. Every Thuraday. Entered m Second-CU... Mall Matter at the Foat-Office. Lynden, Waahlngton. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.l.so; Six Month. 75c; Canada and Foreign. On. Year. $2.00 I n Advance. AdvertlsinK Rates KurnUhed on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" The County Fuir. This year's county fair will pre sent the largest and most compre hensive showing of the county's re sources so far made, und the associ ation is making the most complete arrangements so fur undertaken for the welfare and entertainment of the visitors. Everything is progress ing most auspiciously for a success ful exhibition next .month. Unusu al Interest is being manifested In providing exhibits which promise to out do all previous showings.. This year's big sho...

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. — 27 August 1914

ELDER AND PAGE PURE FOOD GROCERS- 16 lbs. Sugar, SI We bought a supply of sugar before the raise and have decided to distribute it among our cus tomers. Clip the coupon below and bring it to our •tore on Friday, August the 28th, Saturday, Aug ust the 29th, or Monday, August 31st, and get your extra weight of Sugar. SUGAR COUPON This coupon entitles the bearer to one 16 lb. package of Sugar for $1.00. Good only on Friday, Aug. 28th, Satur day Aug. 29th. Monday, Aug. 31st. Elder & Pace All Sugar will be sold at the regular rate ex cept on the coupon. Our supply of flour made from old wheat is running lower. If you wish a supply of the old wheat flour it will be wise to buy soon. We carry Hammond's Special, Hammond's Best, Best Everett Quality, Fisher's Blend, Drifted Snow and Gold Medal Flour. Fresh Vegetables A fresh shipment of cookies and peanut but ter just received. Good for school lunches. ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 rORRESPONDENCE FROM * NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES. By...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

PAGE SIX. W ANTE D Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything FtomTin Pans to Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —Biggest Snap in Ten Mile district, between 60 and 60 acres cleared and In high state of cultivation, the balance lashed and burned, 3 mtleß csouth of Lynden. Price $3500. N. EM section 4, T. 3!», 3 E. J. H. Trade, owner, Bellingham, Phone 274. 8-27-tf. WANTED to buy a horse, about 11 or 12 hundred, must be Bound and a good single driver. Carl Fredrlcksen, a'/j miles northwest of Lynden. Phone 2422. 8-27-lt. FOR SALE —A well established mil lluery store doing good business in a live town. Centrally locat ed, three car lines pass the store. Four living rooms, nicely furnish ed' in rear of store. Gas and other modern improvements. Rea son for selling, going East. Ad dress: The Style Hat Shop, 1705 Market Street, Seattle, Wash. 8-20-tf. MRS. CHARLOTTE HEUN will ac cept Violin pupils. Phone Nook sack 3325 for terms. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

Farm and Garden PASTURING OF SHEEP. Should Graie • Pasture Down Reason ably and Then Move On. The Ideal way to manage sheep on pastures is to have them graze one pas ture down reasonably aud then put them on another pasture until the first springs up again, lv this way, says a writer in the Homestead, tbe pasture is kept fresh nnd sweet. But in practice it may be frequently impossible to do this. However, where tbe rearing of sheep Is an important part of the farmer's business it can be done to some extent. When pastures get far abend of sheep tbey should be grazed down if possible with cattle. In such a condi tion the sheep will not graze down the grass that has become rank and SHEEP AT PASTURE woody. By preference they will feed upon those parts where the grass Is short In such places It is shorter and sweeter than elsewhere. Where it is not practicable to graze It down with cattle it ought to be moved if possible. Whether It sbould be left to mulch the ground or drawn off should ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 August 1914

page eight. You will be sorry if you don't let us take your measure for your new suit. Our new line of Crack-a-Jack samples are here and they are up-to-the-minute. 250 fabrics and 50 styles to choose from. Priced at from $12.50 to $40.00 Outing Flannel The largest line in the city, of outing flannel, has just arrived and the quality is of the best to be had and the price is less than you will find any where. This outing was bought before the price ad vanced and is being sold at the same low price. Extra fine 24 in outing flannel 7c. Extra fine 27 in outing flannel 10c. Extra heavy 27 in. out. flannel 12V2- Extra heavy 36 in. out. flannel 15c. The Largest Line Of Blankets in the city is to be found here and the price is very low. You will say so when you see them. An extra fine cotton blanket 58x76 $1.15 84x90 size are priced at $2.50 to $10 WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD ITS SO FARMERS MERCANTILE CO. TELEPHONE Ml 5 Corsets For the Lady who wishes to have her form neat and slender, can be...

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