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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 March 1915

PAGE EIGHT. The Largest Assortment In the Gity You will not find another assortment of dress goods in the city as up-to-the-minute or as large as our line, wash goods or wool goods. You will find here all the new designs of flowered crepes at 25c yard. Snowflake Voiles at 20c yard Lace Batiste, flowered at 35c yard Japanese Crepe, striped at 35c yard Colonial Crepe flowered at 12 2 /2 C yard Pongees flowered at 10c yard Wool Dress Goods at from 75c to $2.50 Our new spring Laces have a wide range of designs, widths and prices. Prices as low as 4c yard and up to $2.50 yard. Ladies Idea Tailoring Is ideal to the very last stitch. We take your measurements and each coat, dress, suitor skirt is made to your exact likeness. 250 fabrics and 50 styles to choose from. $12.50 to $40.00 the garment. In semi or full norfolk styles are here in many patterns and sizes. The best value in the city is this suit with two pair of knickerbockers at $5.50 The best corduroy suit in the city at $5.00. Ext...

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. — 25 March 1915

Vol. 7 PREPARE MANY REFERENDUMS The "dry" forces of the stf.te are aligning everywhere with ihe dif ferent movements for referendumi on the.new laws passed by the 'eg'S lature over the vetoes of Governor Lister amending tie initiative, :ef erendum und recall laws, and also tne law by Which the state goes back to the part* convention meth od of handling politic! l eainpsigvs Leading anti-saloon league wo'k ers and pfohlfclttontfts declare h i If these laws are allowed to prevail they will fasten machnie organisa tion aud one-man control again on the state of Washington. With this "reactionary system," as they term It, again in tbe saddle the saloon, they assert, will have the opportnD y it wants t'< so discredit the pres ident prohibition law by conniving ntf its violation that the measure Will be repealed. Back of these to them obnontoue measures "dry" supporters de Ire they see the s'n'ster band of the sa loon still working for party control. LAUREL AND WISER LAKE T. w. Whltaher...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

PAGE TTTO STOCK REDUCH6 SAIi Owing to the depression in general business conditions, our purchase of goods for the year proved too heavy, and we find ourselves in a position where WE MUS T SACRIFICE OUR MERCHANDISE, You Know Our Honorable Methods in conducting a sale. When we say a price is cut, you will find it cut. We quote no misleading prices. We have gone through the stock, swinging the axe to right and left. Our price tickets show the effect. A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE big money on anything you need from our lines. Practically everything on the main floor and the balcony has a cut price tag attached. We use no catch phrases-WE HAVE TOO MUCH STOCK, AND WE NEED THE CASH-so we mean every word we say. WE CLOSE ALL DAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND to you at 9:30 Saturday morning, March 27, when you will have an opportunity of viewing a display of Standard Merchandise at prices that will astonish all. COME EARLY as the sale runs only Seven days, and goods will not stay on the counters lo...

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 March 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL The parents of Mrs. Joseph .Tohn son arrived Monday for a via t. Mr. Harscorn of Delia fe'l yester day and fractured his cdlar-bone.. Albert Meyers of Northwood is re covering from pneumonia. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Meenk March 22, a boy. Mrs. Harry Muck was a guest it the Blonden home this v«*k. Mr. and Ms. E. 11. Smith Of Blame spent s :nd;'\ in Eynden. Miss Lela Breckenridge is i 1 wttl the grippe. A Rood work shirt for men 39c Armstrong Hammond po. C. Notaboom, who h;is been i;er ; - <iusiy ill, is Improving. Born to Mr. god Mrs, Inniis (5. Summerville, Sunday, a boy. Mrs. Edward Morris nf B •l'Tsham spent Friday nt. tie Wh'take.- home Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knapp and Mr. and Mrs. McHeury of Kveraoi visited iv Lyuden Monday. Misa Ruth Kennedy of BelUog ham is the guest thia week of be sister, Miss Myrtle Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. B'onrm-ndual are tbe happy parents of a S on bon March 19th, A Bectmn of the Wi-er Lake bridge at tiie Lynden end ban ■■■ tins m...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

PAGE FOTTR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE N«wipi»*r Devoted to tb* Advancement of tvery Pro grctitr* ld«>. VBißflumctd br p>rty, md attached loUlrtotht public interest. Pubiiafced at Lynden. Wnateocn County. Waahiniton. Every Thuraday. Entered v Setood-ClaM Mail Matter at the Poat-Offiee, Lynden, Waahiniton. SUB3CRIPTION RATES -One Year $1.50: Sia Montha Tse: Canada and f oreien. One Year. *2-« n Adranee- AdwtiainA: Rates Furnished on Application. THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A Referendum Needed Twenty-fire years ago, the State legislature of Washington passed the Australian ballot bill, leading the majority of other ftates in ad opting this method; and since 18S0, the State has kept well in the lead in progressive legislation. Enters now the Whitney .-lection bill, passed by the I*ll legislature, which undermines the direct prim nry aa much aa the machine leaders dared. It provides for county con ventions in place of the May pri BV aries, delegates to w...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

I'UiK V---X.JJ Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY, Prop. Leave Bellingham Leave Lynden 7:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 9:45 a. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 4:11 p. m. 4: oo p. m. STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORK Round Trip $1.00 The Lynden Bellingham Transfer Go. We have arranged with Hawley Bros, for a freight room, in the warehouse opp osite Lynden Creamery. We will haul anything in the line of freight, and guarantee you perfect satis faction. For further information call: X 304 residence X 702 warehouse C. G. Lund ICE CREAM Delicious Royal Dairy Cream now on sale. Lynden Confectionery < Mary | Pickford: The roost popular girl ( iv the world, acoording , to a recent ha 110... , The Star of "TESS OF THE , STORM COUNTRY." Will appear in a splen did four reel play. HEARTS ADRIFT Produced by tho Famous Players Film Company Sunday Night March 28 Admission 5 and 10 cents ELECTRIC THEATRE Shows at 7:30 and 8:45 Interesting Items from the many flourishing towns in the county...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

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—Climax seed oats and Bluebell seed peas. B. C. Crab tree 3-26-41-0 FOR SALE —Bamboo bedstead and dresser, suitable for young lady's room. Call The Tribune. 3-25-21-0 MILL WOOD —I have taken over John Uickersou's mill wood. Any one wishing to purchase this fine fuel call G. E. Hall, Phone 2012 Lynden. 3-25-11-0. FOR BALE—Good Belgian Haree, ROBOOe Hall, Rhone 2012 Lynden. 3-25-2t-0 FOR SALE —My Metz runabout. 22Mi horsepower, friction drive. See Rev. J. G. Urouwer. 3-18-tf-0 THOROUGHBRED —White Wyan dotte eggs for hatching, also chicks iv small quantities. Phone 2314 Lyndon. 8-18-81- FOR SALE —Cheap if taken at once, one 5-yeur old gelding wt. 1100. Bauman Implement Co., Phone R 562. 8-18-tf-0 FOR SALE Oil TRADE -For cows, one Ruick delivery car in SOod repair. Come and see. it at the Bauman Implement Co....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

SLUDSTRUR Mangel Wurzel Beet which was the means of 'nakiny; Danish butter famous. Won highest prize in- the agricultural society in that country. Don't oriler senrl before you pet our beautiful, useJul horticulture] oata'ogue. It give* you fads of everything that is best to plant for your locality. Remember we have Mild the best seeds ilial can possibly im had for over twenty ye.irs and we have hundreds of letters like the following: AABLnra Ebricht to. Your seeds »re tho best I ever had. Seems that every seed irrows till my Rar den is full of fine veireCuhles. I have transplanted to every space 1 have in the trardon. (' I. STAKLUNI), Arlington. Wash. Aabling-EbrigHt Seed Co. 89 Pike Street, Seattle Wa»h. Mention The Lynden Tribune WE MAKE THE LUMBER from the timber and rough boards to the best finished floors, ceilings, and door and window boards IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD either house, barn or anything, we want to figure on ycur bill. Back of our reputation is our big saw mill pla...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 March 1915

PAGE EIGHT. Mina Taylor is here in the shape of a house dress, and the best house dress to be had too. The Mina Taylor brand of bungalow aprons and house dresses are diff erent from the ordinary kind. House dresses are priced 95c to $1.50 Bungalow aprons are priced 50c to 75c A combination set, consisting of a bunga low apron, a petticoat and a dust cap, all for $1.25 Tatting Silk—This silk is made expressly for tatting, being of the best quality and very hard twisted. It comes in pink, blue, lavender, rose, gold and yellow. A large 40 yard spool only 10c for Ladies, Misses and children. Every pair guaranteed by the makers and by us. You take no chances. Infant's or children's grey swede gloves $1.00 pair. Lad les or Men's kid gloves, all shades, $1.50 pair. Ladies Home Journal Patterns For Ladies Misses and Children. In patent leather and gun metal, with pru nella quarter and silent vamp. The new satin pump with the Dolby heel is the latest. $3.25 New Coats and Skirts Our new coats...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

VASH. STATE LIBRARY. Vol. 7 GROWERS OFFERED 4 CTS. FOR BERRIES One hundred and twenty-five fruit growers {fathered at Nooksa -k Fri d:'> approved a contract offered by H. S. Palmar, manager of the Puyal lup Valley Fruit Growers' Union, under Which the Puyallup associa tions agree to take all the Nooksack Valley raspberries at four centß a pound. According to the contract, two cents will be paid on delivery and the balance up to a maximum of four cents will be paid when the goods have been marketed. Should the goods sell for more than four cents, the profit will go to the Puy allup interests. While the contract specifies only raspberries. Mr. Palmar said in fiis address that cherries, pears, tipples and prunes will be taken upon ih< same grade and basis of prices as paid by the Puyallup interests U< Yakima growers. The contract requires (hat '.he producers signing it contribute half the expenditure that wi'l be d< voted to the purchase of barrels, sugar and the 2 cents ad...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

DOLLARS SAVED EACH DAY The many customers who are "taking in" the seven-day sale that opened here last Satur day are Saving Money every day. The class of merchandise that is being sold here at these unsually low prices is worth every bit of the regular price. But and our "sure enough," "honest-to-goodness," cuts in prices are doing it beyond our fond est hopes. We are using no tricks to deceive anyone. Everything is done above board, and the way Remember, the sale closes Saturday Evening, April 3, and do not fail to take advantage of the many bargains to be found here. In addition to the many specials quoted below, and a GENERAL CUT IN ALL LINES, we have added a list of good GROCERY 5 per cent. CUT ON ALL OTHER GROCERIES 20c Kimona Crepe, two patterns - - 10c lie Outing 8 Vie A bolt of 1.25 serge 69c A bolt of 1.10 " 69c I 8c burlap, brown or green 12% C 25c kimona cloth 16c 7c prints SV2C 1 4c percales 10c 1 2y2 c ginghams 10c IBcGaliteas 14c 1.25 broadcloth 80c Some 25c white dres...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL D.r. MeLeod is ill with the grippe. Miss Irene Krouse, who has been 111, is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gerlach will move shortly to Bellinghain. Mrs. Sears of Bellingham was a Sunday guest of the Biddelis. Miss Mary Ossewarde of Belling liam a Lynden visitor. The W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs day. April Bth. The L. T. T. will meet Tuesday. April 6th. Mrs. Charles Jacobs returrel Sat urday from a visit in Be'lingham. Frank llixby and son. Earl, Visit ed at ttie Charles Jacobs home Sun day. Mr. and Mr*, Earl White have moved to Ferndale where Mr. Wn:t< Will work in tlie condensery. The public library board will meet Monday evening in the read ing room. Bruce Armstrong of Seattle ; s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hammond. Mrs. Ed Rohrbacher, witli her daughter. Edna, is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Can Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hawley are rejoicing over a donation from Mr. Stork, Monday moving. Thil adds No. 9 to the Hawley Bros. If you have been a b...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

PAGE FOUR. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE iptpcr Dfvotui to tha AdTincaaant of [very Pro. (raaitva Idea UninfluvDc ed by party and jinchtd solely to tht public interest Psnliabad at Lrndaa. WhaUrjrx Coar.tr. Waahm»-tCTB, E t-err Thcraday. Entered v Second-CJaat Mali Matter at tne Poat-Oftea. Lrnden. Waatsagtoa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-One Tan* TL». Six Month! TSe Canada and Fopeirn. One Yamx. C« THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN' PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST An Ea-ter Sermon Victor Hugo once wrote the fol lowing, which has been called the f.r,est Easter sermon ever penned: I feel in myself the future life. I am like a forest once cut down — tr.e new shoots are stronger and livelier than ever. I am rising. I know, toward the sky. The sun er.ioe is on my head. The earth I .es me its generous sap. but 1 «-aven lights me with reflection of unknown worlds. You say the soul is nothing but the resultant of the bodily powers Why. then, is my soul more lumin ous when my bodily powers begin to fall? Winter is ...

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. — 1 April 1915

Our Store Is Brim Full Of New Merchandise Which We Are Offering You at Rock Bottom Prices. Boys Hats Feed and Flour With our New Feed Mill installed we are belter equipped than ever to fill your wants in ground feed. We arc now ready to grind your corn, oats and other feed. We handle all the leading brands of flour Our price on Drifted Snow, Quality, Centennial Best, Fisher's Art, Everett Best is $1.65 per sack. We are in the market for good Oats, Hay and Potatoes. LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE THE IfTNDKM TRIBUNE THURSDAT. APRIL 1. 1915. Men's Suits The new spring suits for men and young men are here in abundance. You can be suited and fitted here, in the best lines of clothing in the world. Hart Schaffner & Marx and Cloth craft all wool suits, at $30 to $10. Boys' Hercules Hercules suits for boys cannot be beat for wear or looks. Our line is complete. They are reasonably priced at $2.95 to 7.85 Gordon Hats LET YOUR HAT BE A GORDON and you will have the satisfaction of get itng the b...

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. — 1 April 1915

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 —Climax seed oats and Bluebell seed peas. B. C. Crab tree. 3-25-4t-0 FOU SALE —Bamboo bedstead ami dresser, suitable for young lady's room. Call The Tribune. 3-25-2t-0 MILL WOOD —I have taken ove>- joim Dlekeraon'i mill wood. Any one wishing to purchase this fine fuel call Q, E. Hall, Phone 2012 Lynden. 3-25-tf-O. FOR SALE—Good Belgian Hares. Roscoe Hall. Phone 2012 Lynden. S-16-2UO THOROUGHBRED —White Wyan dotte eggs for hatching, also chicks In small quantities. Phone 2314 Lynden. 8-18-81- FOR SALE OR TRADE—For cows, one Buick delivery car in food repair. Come and see it at tlie Bauman Implement Co., Phone R 502. 3-18-tf-O EGGS FOR HATCHING —Blanchard strain puro Barred Plymouth Rocks. D. W. Bender, City. 3-11-tf '■■ FOR SALE — 28 acres Alder bot tom land, easily cleared, at $10 0 per acre, $1,800 c...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

When you buy a suit in our store, you know that you won't find the same thing marked down one-half at a sale the next week. Under our Right-selling plan, we give you ■ the best clothes made at fair prices. TkSrrf* $15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. Dellipplinm Home of Hart, Sfhaffner & Marx Clothes. Corner Holly and Commercial Street, Beilingham WE THE LUMBER from the timber and rough boards to the best finished floors, ceilings, and door and window boards IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD either house, barn or anything, we want to figure on your bill. Back of our reputation is our big saw mill plant and acres of timber. See us or telephone to us ROO & VANLEEUWEN LUMBER CO., LYNDEN Start Your Child Right No matter what heritage you leave—your child will some day be dependent on self. If left with a fortune already earned, the habits formed in early years will determine how wisely that fortune will be spent or used. A bank account will encourage hadits of thrift, saving and industry. A...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 April 1915

PAGE EIGHT. MUNSING WEAR—For People Who Care Any kind you buy or any price you pay will not be better values than the well liked Munsing Wear for Men Women and Children. Munsing Wear two piece garments for Children at from 45c to 75c. Munsing Wear union suits for Children at from 50c to $1.25. Munsing Wear two piece suits for Children 40c to 75c per garment. Other kinds at from 15c to 35c. Munsing Wear union suits for Ladies 65c to $3.50. Munsing Wear two piece suits for Ladies 50c to $1.75 garment. Munsing Wear union suits for Men $1.25 to $3.75 each. Other kinds of underwear for Ladies at 15c to 60c garment. Other kinds of underwear for Men 50c to $1.00 garment. Boy's delight! The boy will have the time of his life if you let him wear one of these Cow Boy suits. The outfit consists of a pair of long trousers, a jacket, a hat, a belt and a pistol, and is all trimmed with leatherette. The whole outfit costs only $2 The new lace shoes for Ladies are here in the new Louis heel, sand d...

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. — 8 April 1915

ft AW. STATE LIBRARY, V 01.7 MAY SHIP FRESH FRUIT BY CARLOAD To make final arrangements for the shipping of fresh fruit from Lynden, the Fruit Growers' Associa tion Will hold an important meeting Saturday afternoon, April It), at 2 o'clock in the City Hall. Representatives of Sherwood and Company of liellingham. and the Wells Fargo Express Co., will be present to address the fruitgrowers. At a preliminary meeting last week the plan was suggested of shipping fresh fruit in carload lots from Lyn den consigned to Eastern points by Sherwood and Co. This firm has already made arrangements to dis pose of fruit in several Eastern mar kets. The cars would be loaded at Lynden at night, and iced in Bei lingham in the morning, All fruitgrowers are urged to at tend the session, as other matters of equal importance will be brought up. FERNDALE Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Ostrand had as their Easter guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bennett and son Raymond of Seattle. Archie Shields and Richard Vail were Easter...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 April 1915

PACE TWO When you buy a suu vi out muc, you know that you won't find the same thing marked down one-half at a sale the next week. Under our Right-selling plan, we give you the best clothes made at fair prices. H i R U c x H S R $ 15.00 to $30.00 Gage-Dodson Co. BtS.Ur.sham Homo of Hart, Schaffner £ Marx Clothes. Corner Holly and Commercial Street. Beilingham WE MAKE THE LUMBER from the timber and rough boards to the best finished floors, ceilings, and door and window boards IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD either house, barn or anything, we want to figure on your bill. Back of our reputation is our big saw mill plant and acres of timber. See us or telephone to us ROO & VANLEEUWEN LUMBER CO. LYNDEN CERTAIN SUCCESS will follow systematic saving - -make it the rule to deposit a certain sum each week with this bank, and we will pay you interest on your account a: the rate of 4 per aunum. compounded semi- annually. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Beilingham. Washington Capital and Swpltrs - - $300,000....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 April 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Whittaker is visiting friends in Belllngham this week. The Klatawas met last evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Rathuian. Born. Sunday nigtt,t, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crabtree, a daughter. Miss Agnes Edson left Wednes day to Spend a few weeks in Seattle. Mrs. M. L. Jaekman is expecting a visit from her brother next week. Miss Bessie Biehler was in Bei lingham Wednesday. Mrs. George Whiple is seriously ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. M. Oehrluch moved to Belllngham Friday. Mrs. Ed Topping and Miss Crete Topping were Beilingham visitors Saturday. The A. E. Itusco family and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Frasier drove to the bulb farm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy True of Everet visited in Lyndon a few days iast week. William Fritz of Watsonville la re newing old acquaintances this week in Lynden. Miss Fay Shepherd of South Bel linghain was a week-end guest uf Mr. and Mrs. Will Jackman. George Bostwick has begun the erection of a blacksmith shop at the corner of Front and Sixth street...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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