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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

Vol. 7 ANNOUNCE FINAL LIST OF PRIZES j~. The final list of prizes won at the 1!»14 Fair has been announced 'by the Whatcom County Fair As sociation. I The awards follow: Dept. N—CHILDREN. Culinary, best loaf white bread, H Furman, Ist $1.00. Belllngham. Culinary, best loaf white bread, 8 Scrlmlsher, 2nd 50c Belllngham. Culinary, best plain cake. Fay tHeldrich, Ist $1.00, Belllngham. Culinary, bets plain cuke, An nie De Boer, 2nd 50c Lynden. Culinary, best doz. cookies, Lyla Robers, Ist 50c Belllngham. Culinary, best doz. cookies, Hilda Hansen, 2nd 60c Ferndale. Best baking powder biscuits, Gretchen McDaniel, Ist 50c Lynden. . Best baking powder biscuits, Jen 'j»ie Vander Griend, 2nd 25c Lynden. Best raised biscuits, Florence Zan der, Ist 50c Belllnghum. Best layer cake, Agnes Andres, Ist 60c Silver Beach. Best layer cake, Le Roy Galley, 2nd 25c Belliugham. Best small cookies. Ruby Price, Ist 50c Lynden. Best small cookies. Ruby Price, 2nd 25c Lynden. Best apple pie, Ruby Price, Ist ...

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. — 22 October 1914

• /AGE TWO. We Will Celebrate for a Week CLEARANCE SALE We haven't purchased a lot of cheap goods manufactured expressly for sales but we offer you The Very Best Merchandise That Money Can Buy YOU know the grades we always carry. - Every single article in the store on sale- Nothing whatever reserved! We have always saved you from sto 1 5 per cent. Now we are going to give our patrons the "biggest end" of the deal, and—oh, well, the knife is going in deep and you get the benefit. To "stir things up" still more, we will give free, to the first customer whose full bill amounts to $20.00, one of our regular gold band 42 piece dinner sets. Don't forget that most of our merchandise is not yet 60 days old. All Calico 10 yds. only to customer, 4c Store closed all day Oct. 23. Sale begins at 9a. m Sat., Oct. 24 and closes Sat. Oct. 31, at lO o'clock p. m. Apron Gingham 10 yds. to custom er as long as it lasts 5c We Can't Punch Tickets During THis Sale All 5-10- 15c Kitchen Goods just Half Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Charles Phllo visited Bellingham Sunday. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kilcup Tuesday. Rev. J. G. Brouwer was ill and coufiued to his home last week. Miss Grace HedrUk spent Sunday at the Goodriuk home iv Belliug ham. A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wortheu of North wood. Alexunder Cox has returned from Belllnghum to his farm, iy a miles went of the Guide Meridian. Miss Gertrude Hoover spent Sun day with her sißterß, Mrs. John Qehrmuu und Miss Ada Hoover. Miss Helenl Smith has Issued in vitations for a Halloween party, Wednesday, October 28. A Hallowe'en dance will be given at Odd Fellows hall In Custer Sat urday evening, October 31. Seth Price, of Albertu, has ar rived here for a visit to his par ents, Mr. und Mrs. N. Price. Miss Ceclllt Fitzgerald of Fern dale and Miss Ruth Duxbury of Lau rel visited Miss Mary Trenialn. dur ing the fair. T. R. Price and grand-datighter, Miss Ruby Price, left Wednesday morning for a visit among relatives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

CORRESPONDE NCE correspondent* FERNDALE The Bon Ami Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrg. P. Bentten on Friday evening. Cards were en- Joyed until a late hour when dainty refreshments were served. Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Hood enter tained at dinner Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barnhardt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bowler, Miss Nell Roy bur, Miss Edna Cook nd Mr. C. .1. Newland. The Ludles Aid of the M. E. Church met at the home of Mrs. C. P. Schell on Wednesday. Born on Sunday, October 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert McAlpine, a a daughter. Miss Grace Shields of Belllngham Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Julius Shields Mrs. Margaret Grant has rented her place for five years and will leave within a few days to Bpeud the winter with her son, Patrick, at Spokane. Miss Emma Wahlstrand spent the week-end with her parents at Laurel. Master Sidney Perfect, of London, England, arrived last Saturday to make his home with his aunt and uncle, Mr. aud Mrs. T. W. Suckling. Mrs. August Pehrson entertained...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 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—Small Pigs. Jacobson Bros. Phone 713, Lynden. 10-1-tf AUTO FOR HIRE —Anywhere, any time. F. G. Knott, Phone R. 761, Lynden. 10-8-* FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har ness. Cow and calf. Wm. Brig ham, Route 2 Lynden. 9-17-tf. TO TRADE —Five acre tract near Seattle for horses and cows. The Tribune. 10-8-tf. FOR SALE —Holstelu Bull, 5 weeks old. Price $30. At the old Knuppenberg ranch. .1. N. Herm sen. 10-22-lt. FOR SALE OR TRADE —BtiO acre farm lv Garfield county, Nebraska Well improved. For sale or trade for small farm In What com county. For particulars see or address, J. H, Jacohy, Lynden, Washington. 10-22-2t-pd. RUG SPECIALS—You will do well while In Belllngham to make a visit to the Waldron Rug Co's store at 1224-1230 Elk Street, where they are selling Rugs. Furniture, etc., at very low prices. Bring you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

e.t Automobile on the market. $1 ,Q75 U.b. 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 QIVING all we can for what we get, instead of getting all we can for what we give—that's what our Right Selling Plan means. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. Belllngham Homo of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cor. Holly and Commercial St.-Bellingham Hunting' Season We cannot supply either the game or the correctness of the aim, but there are two requisites t) success in the hunting field that we can supply. These are the fowling piece and dependable am munition. If you arc a good shot, and know where the game is, we will do the rest. . . , MARION BIEHLER LYNDE IM, WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. Jobbers of PIPE AND GENERAL HARDWARE Eggs. Cream. Produce are almost considered by-products on the farm—and yet, many wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Munsing Wear We can tell when a person wants "Munsing Wear" as soon as he comes in the door by the happy, contented smile on his face. He has worn it before. You will wear that smile if you wear "Munsing Wear." Come in and have a fit. Our stock of "Munsing Wear" is complete. All sizes for all shapes and always less in price than any other kind on earth. Two piece suits in cotton or wool for Children, Misses and Ladies at from 45c to $1.75 the garment. Union suits in cotton or wool for Children, Misses, Ladies or Men at from 75c to $3.75 the suit. THE FIT WON'T WASH OUT BECAUSE IT CAN'T Mackinaw Coats for Men, Women and Children, that are new in style and mater ial, are here in a great assortment. You will be pleased with the fit, appearance and small price we ask for them. Childrens' Mackinaw Coats are only - $3.25 to $4.50 Misses' and Ladies Mackinaw Coats are only 4.50 to 12.50 Boys' and Mens' Mackinaw Coats are only 3.25 to 8.50 Sweaters The new sweaters that you will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

Vol. 7 TO OPEN 1915 IN NEW HIGH SCHOOL After December 18. Lynden can hold its head proudly when discus sing high schools with other parts of the State. On that day, and. during the succeeding Christmas vacation, Lyndon's high school will move to the big grey building on West Main Street, aud will begin the year in a structure that Is emphatically a 1915-model. Not only will the building In clude all modern points In school architecture, but the plan of con ducting the school will be along advanced lines. Superintendent P. A. Wright hopes to iutroduct many practical courses and develop those already offered. To make the school a social center for the com munity will be another of his ef forts; gymnasium classes will be . conducted in the evenings for the ' men and women of th.c city; and the building will be available for various club meetings, and gather ings of a helpful nature. Getting Value Received Above all. the visitor to the building is Impressed that the dis trict is getting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

/AGE TWO. Best Automobile on the market. $1 ,075 f-©. b. Lynden ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES WE REPAIR ANYTHINC IN THE MACHINE LINE PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. COR. 6TH AND FRONT ST., LYNDEN PHONE R471 IVING all we can for what we get, instead of getting all we can for what we give—that's what our Right Selling Plan means. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. Bslllngban Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cor. Holly and Commercial St. Bellingham This is Stove Time And you will find at this store, one of the finest, most reliable lines of ranges and heaters made. We carry the "Bridge Beach" brand. "Bridge Beach" stoves and ranges givi- satisfaction. It is no uncommon thing for people to come back and tell us that their "Bridge Beach" stove is as good as new after eight or nine years use. MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. Jobbers of PIPE IRON STEEL AND GENERAL HARDWAR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

LOCAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Paul Ashby and son visited relatives In Belliugham over the week-end. Mrs. W. C. Dewey and little son, Eiiob, are the guests of Mrs. C. U. Pangborn this week. Mr. and Mrs. Prank E. Knapp have returned after a visit of sev eral days in Seattle. Dr. S. S. Howe, Oculist and Aurlst has arranged to be at the offices of Drs. McLeod and Mounter on Tues duy of each week. Miss Anna Egbert returned to her home In Ferndale Thursday, after visiting her friend. Myrtle Hoverson. Miss A Hie Shlnn, or Ashland, Ore. who has been visiting In verson dur ing the lust week, has returned to be the guest of Miss Alma tLong. Miss Georgia Dickerson of Bell lngham is visiting her graud-parentp, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dickerson, Sr., this week, she will return home to night. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wright, Mis ses Fleming, Cole, GUliluud and Headrlck, of the Lynden public schools, left yesterday to attend the meeting of the Northwest Division of the N. E. A. to be held ut Ta coma this week. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

I'ORRESPONDE IMCE corraipondenu FERNDALE A social was given in the K. of P. Hall by the Knights of Pythlitß on Saturday evening. Lunch wus served by the Pythiau sisters. The first game of the seuson, for the county championship, was played here on Saturday afternoon between the local high school leum aud Blame. The resulting score wus 7 3 to 0 lv favor of the Fern dale team. Or. und Mra. C. W. Humshnw hud as their over-Sunday guests Mr. uud Mrs. Ernest Sather und little Miss Helen Mansfield of Colebrook, B. C. Miss Katherlne Eaves of Seattle who Is attending Normal iv Belling huui, spent the week end with her sister Mrs. J. Bowler. Miss Emma Walstrand wns the over Suuduy guest of her sister Mrs. Claus Tagenfelt of Belllnghum Miss Bertha Grimson of Mt. View was the Sunday guest of Miss Emily Tuweß. The Boys Athletic Association of the High School eutertulued the faculty members and the student body ut the H. S. building Saturday evening. Games were enjoyed un til a lute hour, when da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 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 —One bay horse, weigh* 1300, will drive single or double, cheap. On the Guide, one mile south of the boundary. D. Rut gers. 10-29-2 L FOR SALE —A fine vioiln at Nick * Boerhave's, Lynden. 41-10-29. auto FOR HIRE —Anywhere, any time. F. G. Knott, Phone R. 761, Lynden. 10-8-' FOR SALE —Team, wagon and har ness. Cow and calf. Wm. Brig ham, Route 2 Lynden. 9-17-tf. TO TRADE —Five acre tract near Seattle for horses and cows. The Tribune. 10-8-tf. FOR SALE Oil TRADE —st!o acre farm in Garfield county, Nebraska Well improved. For sale or trade for small farm in What com county. For particulars see or address, J. H. Jacoby, Lynden, Washington. 10-22-2t-pd. FOR SALE —A young registered Holstein Bull, ready for service. Of the best milk and butter strain At a reasonable price. D. J. De Hoogh, Phone 2921, Lynden. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

•PRES. LANDES ASKS FOR NEW BUILDINGS TO THE PEOPLE OP THE STATE OP WASHINOTON: Your university needs buildings. Since your original outlay (1893- --95) on the present site, you have appropriated from taxes hut $176,- --000. In twenty yearß you have built Denny Hall .t.1893-95), . two dormitories (1899), aud Science Hull und the old power plant (1901). Since 1901 you have appropriated from tux money nothing for build ings, ulthough the University has experienced a growth unprecedented in the history of universities, the en rollment increasing 497 iter cent, the faculty 424 per cent. The relief which came In connec tion with the buildings secured through the Alasku-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was greatly needed und very much appreciated, but did uot come from the of the state raised by taxation and. has not tak en the place of a carefully worked out building program, such as some of the older states have, which pro vides for a practically continuous buildiug operation. Counting the build...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 October 1914

PAGE EIGHT. SPECIAL FEATURES HERE hat will interest every man, woman and child in Whatcom County. Friday and Saturday, only, we will feature the items listed below. It will pay you to take an inventory of your winters supply and replenish where needed. These prices are good only on Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st. Read every word below, then come in and see the biggest values ever offered. All items are welj worth the original prices. None of these specials sent out on approval. The limit on these specials is all you want. Our large stock enables us to do this. We never put a limit on any quantity of goods you want. Extra Special Quilted batts full size of quilt. This cotton batt is very well quil ted, being sewed with heavy thread and seams close together. The best cotton is used in this batt. $1.25 Extra Special—each 79c Extra Special Mackinaw Coats for Men, Wo men and Children. All coats are reasonably priced at the original prices. Plain or Norfolk styles. Plaids, str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

Vol. 7 FARMERSTO STUDY I IN LYNDEN NOV. 5-6 Lynden farmers will have an opp ortunity to go to chool Friday, nnd rßaturday, when five agricultural '.'X- Berts will hold a free institute lv ■the city. Dairying, poultry, horti cultural, and good roads problems FSsill be discussed snd studied i Prof. H. L. Blauchard of the West ; «m Washington Experiment Station Brill have charge of tlie courses in poultry feeds and feeding. Er. J. W. Kulkus will lead Khe discussions in animal diseases, Vrof. 8. P. Davis in better roads, Band Prof. J. L. Stahl in horticulture FAU three men are from the Waah i/tngtou State Agricultural College. Just to show Lynden people how «*asy it is to keep the roads in good Shape, I'rofesßor Davis will make a Missouri split-log drag during the Institute, and will explain its use. IkAn evening steropticuu lecture on good roads is planned. The sessions will be conducted in | Strict school style. The lecturers I will answer questions put them by Ithe farmer students, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

Beat AatoHoit «mli* twiui S1 ,075 Lywien ALL KINDS OF AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRING at REASONABLE PRICES PROGRESSIVE AUTO CO. COR eTH AMD fRONT &T.. LfNOEN PHONE IViNG all we can for what we get, instead of getting all we oan for what we give—that's what our Right Selling Plan means. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. H*W»Xh*m Htm* af 'Ann., %dmMtm ft Mar* CVxhaa. Cor. Holly and Qjmmeraal St. Bellingham This is Stove Time An/J y'Ai will UiA »\ thit ttof, on*: of th* fm'».t, rtvnX tAi^A*. \,xa\A. l '\'iTv\'j*. \ J y.H'.\i" '.tf/>/f», hti4 twj+A satisfaction. It p. re, Mivniutwiu thifjjj for U; <-AHf. La/.lc and t/-ll ut that thrir "ttnA's*: rtov: it ai -/'xyi at nrw aft'-r ttjjrit or run* y-arr uv. MARION BIEHLER LYNDEN, WASHINGTON MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1023-1039 Hit St. Bellingham. Wa»h. Jobber* of PIPE IRON STEEL AND GENERAL HARDWARE Women Should Chock household expenses \>y paying die butcher, tli*: grocer and the household nci ounts by die*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

EVERSON Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herbst re turned Friday from their honeymoon in bpartu, Wisconsin. They will make their home In Laurel. Miss Malaln and Mrs. Gordon spent from Wednesday to Monday attending the teachers' convention In Tacoma. Miss Florence Wilson of Walla \\ ulla has visited at the Will Hele frich home ou Route 2, for the past two weeks. Mrs. F. A bright was a Lynden vis itor Saturday. Mesdames Will Hickey, D. Liber- Jy and Burgeson visited at the Oh lund home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mead celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary by entertaining at dinner, Messrs. A. Mathews and J. Onlund and Mes dames A. Mathews, J. Ohluud aud H. Richards. Miss lvu Bristol and the three Herbst brothers, Clarence, Carl und Otto were dinner guests at the Cyr home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White en tertained a number of young people at their home last Wednesday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. William Myers are happy over the arrival of a nine pound baby girl born Saturday. J. H. Ear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1914

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, A Newip.per Devoted to the Adv.neemeßt of Cverr Pre- Sreiltve Idee. Uninfluenced br parts*, end attacked solely to the public interest. FublUhed et Lynden. Whetcom County. Wuhington. Every Thurodej. Entered v Seeond-CtaM M.ll M«tter et the Poet-Office, Lyndon. Wwhlnston. SUBSCRIPTION BATES—On© Ye.r11.60; Six Month. 75c; Cen.de >nd Forehm. One Yew. $2.00 n Advance. AdvertliinK Betee Furni.hed on Applicetion. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST VOTING STRAIGHT TICKETS The people of Lynden are to be complimented on their part in kill ing the ancient straight ticket sys tem iv balloting. Of the 419 votes cast, a handful only were given en tirely to all the candidates of any party; Lynden citizens skipped from the Democratic ticket to the Saclal iat, from the Republican to the Pro gressive and vice versa. This is a record of which to be proud. It shows that the people are voting for men, not for parties; it demonstrates that th...

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