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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1914

V 01.7 A GRAND SUCCESS. The First Annual Firemen's Tour nament at Lynden a oig Event. The firemen's tournament held fit Lynden last Thursday was one of the grandest affairs ever held here and proved a pronounced success in every particular. The attendance from outside points was a large one. Blame sent over a big crowd as did Hurlingtou and the farming sec tions were prepresented in large numbers. All visitors expressed themselves greatly pleased with Lynden's hospitality, and all carried away pleasant memories of their visit to the town that does things. Lynden can be proud of her a chlevemeuts. She did nobly and once more showed that she enter tains in first-class order when she starts out to do so. The Blame and Lynden fire de partment bands furnished music throughout the day and added greatly to the pleasure of the big event. The parade was a big suc cess. The local and visiting depart ments made fine showings. The automobile parade did not hardly come up to expectations, as man...

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. — 3 September 1914

page t*o Best Automobile on tbe market. S 1 ,075 f -°- »• L^en ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ASfTNMC M THE MACMiSE i. SE 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 article*, too. for farmer and house wife IMARION BLEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON READY TO USE For Refinishing Autos and Carriages BERRY BROS. AUTO-COLOR VARHISH PAIMT The Figneats mi Yantshes used ia ike making of Berry Bros. Color Vanishes are the best that money or experience can produce Stocked in Pint and quart cans at 60c and SI each MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Brfagfram Wash. Mr. Farmer & Mrs. Farmer Kindly take note of the fact that if you put your money in this bank and pay your bills by llstxk. that the returned cancelled checks are the rery best kind of rece...

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. — 3 September 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL The fire warden issued 456 per mits to burn slashings last month. D. L. Steffe and family have re turned from a two-montb/s visit to the East. Miss Theresa Tromp left yester day for a trip through Eastern Washington. Mrs. L. A. Walker has bought the Palace Hotel and is now con ducting it on the European plan. Rev. G. J. Haan. of Chicago will occupy the pulpit in the First Christian Reformed Church next Sunday. J. E. Campbell is opening up a new tailoring establishment in, the (takes building, and will be ready for business iv a few days. The Women's Home Missionary Society of the M. E. Church will meet with Mrs. Mary Colling on Friday afternoon. The regular meeting of the vol unteer fire department is to be held at the fire bouse next Monday eveulug. The Feenhouse real estate agency on Saturday sold the Will Daniels home ou Edison Street to Ray Hoekstra of Sluurmau & Hoekstra. Miss Ethel Everett republican candidate (or the nomination of county school superint...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Nawlpspar Devotud to the Advancement of Every Pro jraaaiva Idea. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely to the public interest. Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington, Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Po«t-Office, Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—One Yearll.so; Six Months 75c; Canada and Foreign. One Year. $2.00 in Advance. Advertlainlf Rates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST- Attend to Your Business on Next Tuesday at the Primaries. The voters of this county should on next Tuesday show sufficient interest in their public affairs to attend the primaries and nominate men best fitted for the official po sitions to he filled in November. They should not overlook the im portance of wise selections, aid especially for members of the legislature and county commissioner. These are the two most important offices to be filled this fall. Sin cerity and an honest ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1914

ELDER AND PACE PURE FOOD GROCERS- CHEAP SUGAR To help thru Peach Canning season, we will give one more chance at our cheap Sugar 16 lbs. for SI.OO Clip the coupon below and bring it to us not later than Monday, September the 7th. SUGAR COUPON This coupon entitles the bearer to one 16 lb. package of Sugar for $1.00. Good only on Friday, Sept. 4th, Satur day Sept sth, Monday, Sept, 7th. Elder «Sc Pace All Sugar will be sold at the regular rate ex cept on the coupon. Enamelware and Tinware We have a fine line of preserving kettles and pans, pails, tubs, boilers, oil cans, etc. Fresh Vegetables and Fruits ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES. By the Tribune'i Special Correspondent! FERNDALE Born to Mr. and Mrs. V. E. De Camp on August 29. a baby girl. Miss Lou and Dessle Dunagan left Friday for Eastern Washing ton, where they will teach during tbe winter. Miss Edilh Long, who has spent the summer frith her sister, Mrs. Nellie Tafel of Bell'iig...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 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 W. O. W. SOCIAL. TAKE NOTICE WOODMAN! There is to be initiation work and social at the halt, September 7th. Bring your wives, sweethearts and some eatables. By order of Committee. lt-pd. ORDER THAT NEW FALL SUIT in time for the fair from Hanover, Lyuden's merchant tailor. He lias a large Hue of latest styles and designs. 9-3-tf. FOR SALE —Choice Jersey Bui Calves. B. C. Crabtree. 6 PER CENT MONEY. 6 PER CENT MONEY. 6 PER CENT. Loans may be obtained for any purpose on acceptable Real Estate secur ity; liberal privileges; correspond ence solicited. A. C. Agency Com pany, 758 Oas. Electric Bldg., Denver, Colo.. 440 Phelan Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 9-3-4t. FOR RENT —80 acre dairy ranch, 70 acres clear, 10 acres in good pasture, 3>2 miles south of Lyn den, in. Ten Mile district. Route 2. 9-3-tf. COWS FOR SALE —I ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1914

All Around The Farm THE CURRANT WORM. On* of the Main Peets of the Garden and the Most Troublesome. Of all the peats of the small fruit garden the common currant worms are the most troublesome. Tbey come In such great numbers and have such a voracious appetite that tbey often de foliate a whole row of currants or gooseberries before the owner Is uware of their presence. The worms are tbe larvae of n snw fly, which comes out of the ground and lays her eggs on tbe new leaves, most- ly at the base of the bush near the ground. During the first real warm weather these eggs hatch, nnd the young worms, which are then only about one fourth of an inch In length, commence feeding on tbe lowermost leaves and lv the interior of the plant Tbey have usually been present for several days before being noticed and by that time have grown to nearly full size and are difficult to control. To Insure success lv controlling this Insect sprayiug must be done lv time. ERADICATION OF CHINCH BUGS Arkansas Fa...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Are here in all the new fabrics and shades. Be sure and see this new lot. We are m ore than delighted with the wonderful values in these goods. War will have nothing to do with the prices of our new fall goods, as every thing was bought before the prices advanced. Half wool granite cloth the yd - 50c Half wool serges the yd., only - 50c All wool crepes the yd., only - 90c Sweaters For every member of the family. In the new shawl or cape collars. Oxford, cardinal, tan, maroon and white. They come in half cotton and all wool. Childrens' half wool Sweaters, ea. 50c Children's all-wool Sweaters, 1.50, 3.50 Ladies' all-wool Sweaters $2 to $6.50 Mens' all-wool Sweaters « $2 to $8.50 Mackinaw Coats In the new fall styles are here for men, women and children. Come in and inspect them. They are up-to-the-minute, that is why you will find them here. Boys' Mackinaw Coats $3.25 to $5.00 Men's Mackinaw Coats $4.25 to $8.50 Ladies' Mackinaw Coats 4.50 to 9.50 Are better than the kind ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 September 1914

Vol. 7 HOW TO CONSTRUCT A POULTRY HOUSE. Poultry house may be built more open anil consequently less expen sively In our Southern states than lv the North, according to Investi gators of the Department of Agricul ture. However, a house which gives satisfaction in Maine will also give good results In Texas or California. The best site for a poultry house In any location is one where good water and air drainage are available The floor and yards will then be dry. The house should not occupy a low hollow in which cold air set tles. Wherever possible a southern or southern exposure should be se lected, although this is not essential if there is any good reason for fac ing the house In a different direc tion. "Poultry House Construction" Is the title of the department's new Farmer's Bulletin. No. 574, in which are explained the main features that should be considered, and In which pictures and plans of satisfactory houses are shown. Every poultry man who contemplates erecting new poultry ...

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. — 10 September 1914

PAGE TWO. Best Automobile on the market. $1 ,075 f ° b - Lynden ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ANVTHINC IN THE MACHINE LINE 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. MARION BIEHLER L.YNDEN, WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. Jobbers of PIPE IRON STEEL AND GENERAL HARDWARE FREE WAR MAP OF EUROPE With complete statistics of the countries in volved. In order to intelligently follow the events of the war, you should be in possession of one of these maps. We have a limited supply and anyone calling at the Bank will receive one free. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bellingham, Washington Oapltal and Surplus - - $300,000.00 We are paying OUR PRICE ON FRESH EGGS WILL BE GIVEN UPON PHO...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 September 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Flies spread the hookworm dis ease. J. Hocksbergen is erecting a new o-room bungalow on Mb place north east of town. Mrs. Bert and Mrs. Silas Burgess of Seattle visited at the Hemingway home on Suuday. The Lynden Department Store ex pects to occupy its new locution lv the new two-story Wuples building about November I, Mr. and Mrs. Wilder It. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ltathmau were Sunday visitors to Bellingham. re turning the same evening. Miss Kate Den Adel. who has been visUtng in Lynden for the past year, left for her home lv lowa on Monday. Fred Brune and Cornelia Neveen were married at the home of the bride's parents near lowu ou Mon day evening. Both Blame and Bellingham not satisfied with having clean, sober communities, will take another try at voting their towns wet at the polls lv November. Long wished for showers set in on Monday greatly to the comfort of our people who hud tired of dust and smoke. The rains kept up for Several days and have proved v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 September 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A NtwtpiptrDtToUd to th« AdT»nc»m.nt of Pro gr,alir. ld«>. Unlnno«ne»d bw party, and ,tt>chid solely to tHe public inltmt. Publuhed mt Lynden. Whatcom County. Waahington. Erery Thuraday. Entered a. Second-Claa. Mail Matter »t the Poet-Office. Lmden. Waahington. ~ SUBSCRIPTION BATES -One Y.ar11.50; Six Month, 75c; Canada and Foreign. One Year. 12.00 in Advance. Advertising Rate. Fureiahed on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" One Month of War. One month ago last Wednesday says the New York World, the Kaiser declared war against Russia aud began the movement for the in vasion of France. It was believed by the German War Office that Russia would re quire at least thirty days to mobil ize and make ready for war. The plan of the German General Staff was to crush France at once by force of numbers and superior pre paredness. Austria in the mean time would be able to hold back Russia, and with France prostrated t...

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. — 10 September 1914

ELDER AND PACE PURE FOOD GROCERS- We Carry Good Groceries We bought them for you and we have made the price right. We hold it nothing short of a crime to sell people poor food. Our groceries are pure, fresh, wholesome. Although the qual ity be high we keep the price down as low as the lowest. Buy our groceries once—try them—you will come to us for everything you need. Enamelware and Tinware We have a fine line of preserving kettle* and pans, pails, tubs, boilers, oil cans, etc Fresh Vegetables and F^miits ELDER & PACE TELEPHONE M-29 LYNDEN, WN. CORRESPONDENCE riON NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES. By the Tribune* Special Cerreipeniient* FERNDALE Mrs. George Deeds of Sumner Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Mattle Tawes and brother. Wm. Plssna. Miss Rose Brown charmingly en tertained about fifty of her friends at her home on Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. W. Hamahaw and Mrs. H. E. Campbell entertained a num ber of ladlea at tbe home of the latter on Thursday afternoon The afternoon was spent In...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 September 1914

'AGE 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 Along with the development oi other great time and money savers such as the railroad, the telegraph and the binder the small ads of the newspaper have come to fill a per manent place in the life of every individual. If you want to buy or sell a farm—if you want help or if you want a job - if you C 11 AJi would trade something you don't want for OlTl&lI r\QS something you could use, then these small ads can be of great value to you - use them, f it's the modern way of getting what you are tor " ant - Read the small ads every week—you will find great opportunities in them. Tribune want ads bring results- Try them. Only 5 cents a line. Tribune's YOU WANTED —A well improved farm, with or without stock. Will trade a modern residence well located in Seattle worth $8500 apd pay about $10,000 caah. W. H. Will iams, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 September 1914

KEEPING GARDENS CLEAN. Loss of Late Growing Vegetables. En sues if Patches Are Neglected. When the first radishes, lettuce, peas and beans have been taken from the farm garden a good many people seem to lose much of their interest in it. In many instances too much land is used us a garden spot, and it takes a lot of unnecessary time to keep the v eeda down on It. So as soon as the first gardening enthusiasm is over In the spring the plants are neglected and the weeds are permitted to riot wherever they will. . .me gardens begin to look like luxuriant weed patches by the Ist of July. The rows and bed* are swallow ed up by the army of weeds tbat have overrun the rich soil. This means nn actual loss of late growing vegetables, Where tomatoes are being grown they will be rotted by the dampness and heat of the close vegetation, the weeds and the rank grasses. They cannot ripen .properly for lack of the sunlight that is needed for that purpose. Where cucumbers, sweet corn, late beans, bee...

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. — 10 September 1914

PAGE EIGHT. The Best In blankets can be found here in cotton or wool. These blankets were bought before the prices advanced and will be sold at the same low prices. 58x76 blankets at only - $1.15 pr. 72x84 blankets at only $1.50 to $3 pr. 84x96 blankets at only $3.50 to $10 pr. Outing Flannel In a little betler quality than you have been buying for this low price, This oiling was bought long before the p ice advanced and you get it at the low price. 24 in Out. flannel 7c yd. 27 in. outing flannel 10c 36 in. outing flannel 15c MEN! Let us take your measure for your new fall suit or over coat. Sweaters for Men, Women and Children Are here in abundance in gray, tan, cardinal, maroon and white. With rough neck or cape collar. Pure wool, and mixed wool. Every one is a good one, closely woven and guaranteed not to fade. Priced at from THE FALL STYLE BOOK IU.USTRA TINC Ladies' Home Journal PATTERNS READY NOW "Finck's" Detroit Special Work Clothes for Men and Boys, are the very best on eart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 September 1914

V 01.7 CORRESPONDE NCE Interesting Item* from the many flourishing* town* in the county by our own correspondent* CUSTER Ward Reynolds of Blame is visit ing his uncle, L. L. Reynolds a few days this week. Mrs. A. \V. Thomaß has as her guest, Wrs. Katie Mason of Sedro- VVoolley. Miss Adelaide Nace came up from Ferndale Sunday and spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nace. Walter Creasey was a Belling ham caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long and Pierce Behme attended the play. 'The Trail of the Lonßome Pine" in Belling ham Suudiiy night. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Williams and little son, Morris returned from a few days visit in Harrington Wed nesday night Mr. anil Mrs. Smoots and little sou of Friday Harhor are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Browuell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Behme are the parents of a seven pound boy, born September 10. Mr. Anderson of Seattle spent a few days the latter part of the week with Mr. and Mrs. F, C. Reeve. Mrs. Caroline Johnson returned Monday fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 September 1914

PAGE TWO. Best Automobile on the market. $1 ,075 *>• Lynden ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ANYTHING IN THE MACHINE LINE PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. COR. 6TH AND FRONT ST.. LYNDEN PHONE R4jM 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. MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. Jobbers of F>IF>E IRON STEEL AND GENERAL HARDWARE "YOU CANNOT GLIDE INTO PROSPERITY" Prosperity is made up of successful steps —ability, reliability and action. Your ability to earn should be developed to the fullest extent; your reliability to conserve your earnings and make the best use of them should be followed by the act of placing them where they can be of profit to you. An Interest Account in this National Bank provides an absolutely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 September 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Mrs. A. J. Brown and little daugh ter were in Bellingham Saturday. Miss Anna Rno WB| In Belling liam Saturday. Mrs. Hans Berthusen was a Bell ingham visitor Saturday. Mrs. Warren Hawby was n Bellingham passenger Saturday. Mrs. Herman Sass, Mrs. P. M. Serrurier and little daughter visit ed Bellingham Saturday. The big steam roller is rolling up tlie dirt on Front street in great shape. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Horton have adopted a S-days old baby girl aud named it Edna Lucille. Miss Cleorgiene Dickerson was up from llellinghatu the last of the week for a short visit with rela tives. Waller Elder has filed his ap plication for the position of post master of Lynden. Oilier candidates are Ben Luring and 1). L. Beckes. Mrs. J. C. Beach, Mrs. Frank Knapp and MiSM Frances Knapp were Bellingham shoppers Satur day. , Miss Allie Shinn, of Ashland, Oregon, arrived in Lynden Monday for a visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. S. T. Jackman. I Mr. Frank Le Cocq and family after visi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 September 1914

Lynden Dept. Store Inc. lEiIISE lilEl 19- Experienced Salespeople Wanted -19 Lynden Dept. Store Inc. Sale Opens at 9 a. m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th WE LAUNCH OUR LAST CLEARANCE IN OUR PRESENT HOME Sale Opens at 9 a. m. At 9 a. m. Saturday Sept. 19th 9 Cash Prizes will be I Given Away THIS is the final sale in our present quarters, and one which was planned to present to our friends and customers very unusual values, in order to bring our business in our present home to a very successful close. Also to close out all broken lines and surplus stocks, in order to have ample room for our new and greater stock to be shown in our new quarters. for the purpose of clearing away all excess stocks before we move to our new quarters , 9 Cash Prizes Given Away Opening Day We have allotted a little more than two weeks to close out a great quantity of goods. We realize that this is a very short time for such a big undertaking, and have accordingly reduced prices so low that intensive buying must come ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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