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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 May 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 —8 yr. old horse. Or will trade for milch cow. Arie Zoet, Everson. Phone Lynden X 334. 5-27-2t-« MILL WOOD—Or wood of any kind for aale. G. E. Hall, Phone 2012. 5-27-tf-0 BARGAIN—Front Street residence, lot, and 6-room house. $850. Terms. See Taylor and Riddle. 3-27-2t-0 FOUND —Pair of gold spectacles. Call The Tribune office. 5-27-tf-0 HARDWOOD —Stovewood at $150 a rick, delivered In town ns long as it lasts. Roo and Van Leeu wen. 6-20-2UO WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR CUR RANTS —Don't dig up your cur rant bushes, set out more, will pay you better than anything else you can grow. Phone or write Pride Bros. Co., Bellingham, Wash. Will take all your cur rants both red and white. Make arrangements at once. 5-6-4t-0 FARMERS ATTENTION —We will sell or trade you for" Cows, Hogs, Hay or Grain, the pick of 9 hors es w...

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. — 27 May 1915

Only a Blindfolded man would buy an automobile today without looking the Maxwell over There's no excuse today for any man who is "jollied" into buying a car before he looks over the 1915 Maxwell. We give you the two vital things in this Maxwell Car and then the 17 new features that have made the 1915 Maxwell the most talked-about car ever produced. Here are the two vital things that any sane man wants when he buys an automobile In the first place —a handsome, real automobile that he can be proud to ride in. In the second place —a powerful, fast, economical auto mobile that will take him any where and bring him back. Attractive Streamline Body Pure Btreamllne body; graceful crown teaier*. with all rivets concealed All tbe •g»J and "snap" that you will Und la any of Uie highest Vrlced cara. A High-Tension Magneto Nearly all the high priced cars have high tesslo* magnetos. A high tension magneto ? , » eJ .. DO, ' t '*" Ignition. The Blmma magneto, with wblcu well Is equipped, la recogn...

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. — 27 May 1915

PAGE EIGHT EXTRA SPECIAL A few boys' shoes up to s'/2 sold regularly at $2.50 to $3.50 Now Only $1.69 Boys' Clothing You will find boys clothing here in the new semi and full norfolk styles with the three piece belt in navy, tan, brown and grey. Sizes 3to 16 years. Every suit fully guaranteed. Priced at $3.75 to $8.75 the suit. Extra knickerbock ers at 60c to $1.75 the pair Munsing Wear If you really want comfort in underwear be sure you try the fam ous ''Munsing" brand for it is made to fit every angle of the body and to give where the most strain comes. This is one of the many reasons why "Munsing Wear has won so many frinds, and why every one boosts for "Munsing Wear." You can get "Munsing Wear" for children in union or two piece suits at 40c to $1.25 the garment. Ladies* at 50c to $3.50 the garment. Men's union suits at $1.00 to $3.50 each. If you want a neat lace edging or lace flouncing or all-over lace just step in and let us show you the neat pretty laces that we have in all...

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. — 3 June 1915

Vol. 7 LYNDEN HONORS NATION'S HEROES Lynden and the surrounding dis trict called to memory Monday the brave who had fought that the na tion might survive. Patriotic servic es were held Sunday at the Metho dist church and Monday morning at Jamieson'a Hall, The Rev. Paul Ashby spoke elo quently Sunday of the lessona of the day, and the choir gave a spec ial musical program. The following program was given Monday under direction of Superintendent P. A. Wright: A meri ca—Audience Prayer—Rev. Ashby Recitation —Walter LeCompte Address —Rev. Ashby Jolly Cadets —Boy Chorus Cornet Solo —Gertrude Schuyle mau Recitation—Phylis Llndsey Flag Drill—3rd and 4th grades Recitation —Alberta LeCompte (a) "Santa Lucia", tb) "Stars of the Summer Night", 7th and Bth grade girls Solo —"His Buttons are Marked D, S.", Carrie Jacobs Bond, Reta Jamieson. Tenting Tonight—Audience. Led by Comrades Shoemaker, Price, Pym, Wampler, Worthen, Rusco, Di.kerson. Baker, True, Buys, Rinehart, Spalding and Wll more, of t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 1915

PAGE TWO Heard On the Street v j. I t was 40 inches wide and only cost "My goodness, Mrs. D--, where did you get that lovely poplin dress you have on?" I'm glad you like it Mrs I bought the goods at Armstrong-Hammona s. » ad 1 met you, Mrs. $1.49." "What!" says Mrs. M- "why I paid $1.79 in Bellingham for mine, and it's just the same. Well, I'm going to look around at home next time, before J. D-, good bye." tQ haye one yoursdff you "Hello Maud, how are you? What are you looking at? My skirt? Oh, yes. It's the Palm Beach Cloth. I bought it at Armstrong-Hammond s, and it s just ommj* ~» j rop there say? Well you won't regret it." "How much?" "Only $4.50. It goes with any waist I have." "Getting what?" "Yep, I'm getting the "A-H" habit all right, all nght. whether I want to buy anything or not." - ■*———*—~— ~—~~*~"""^""""""".a"""!! It V ''Warner's Rust Proof." "What have you in corsets, Mr. Hammond?" "The best on earth, of course, Mrs. A--." "Oh certainly, you'd say that any way," says...

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 June 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL William George split his ankle Saturday with an axe. Will Den Adel | s qu ite sJek at his home near Everson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knutson Wednesday morning a daughter. The Aniphictton Club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. James Zylstra. Mrs. L. C. Wright will entertain the Kensington club on the after noon of June 11. Peter Haak, age 60, died at his home Wednesday. Funeral servic es will be held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. I). Jamieson were guests Monday at the C. A. Jamie sou home. Valentine N'eidhart was injured in the side and about the face Satur day, when a block broke while clear ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Engdahl are the parents of a daughter born May 31. The baby has been named Frances Louise. Here's where the Lynden teach ers will spend tbe Bummer, together The continued patron age of a host of satisfied customers is your assu rance that Woll can make satisfactory glasses for you. Exclusive Optom etrist and Optician, 205 West Holly. Bellingham. TRIBUNE...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 1915

PAGE FOUR THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE Newspaper Uevotnd to the Advnnri-m.nl of Every Pro. grattlve Idas. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely to the public intereat. Published at Lynden, Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Post-Office, Lynden. Washington. SUBSCKIPTtON RATES —One Year 11.60; Six Months 75c- Canada and Foreig-n. One Year. $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Kates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" In Spite of Poo-Poohing More than 120 took the trouble to sign the petitions for referendums which will be forwarded to Olympla thia week. This is a remarkable showing. It means that one out of every four citizens of Lynden, without any par ticular urging, took the trouble to register early In order to protest against the reactionary laws of the 1916 legislature. There seems little doubt but that more than three fourths of the voters woud have taken the same independent position...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 1915

TTERE'S the ready chew! You can &t genuine comfort and tobacco Right-Cut is the Real Tobacco Chew that tobacco chewers are telling one another about. rure, rich, sappy tobacco — seasoned and sweetened just enough. The taste comes along steady-and it lasts you longer than the old kind. If you like real tobacco by all means buy a pouch. tT«k. . very tm.lt chew-lett than ooe-querter tha old ..ze. It will be more ..ti.lyio. ,b.n . moulbiul of ordinary tobacco. Juit nibble on it until you find the strength chew thet auitt you. Tuck it ewey. Then let it rett See how eeeily aad evenly tbe real oo taste comet, how it tetitae. without «riodia., how leae you bave to.pij. how lew chew, you tike to jecco tetiified. Theft why it i. Th, Rial /»*•«. I bet t why it cottt lett in the end. ■ ■ "tdy ch»w. eat Ca« aad ahoit ahrad aa teat roe woa'i kava d on E with yo., kMB, Criadia, ua you .pit 100 muaa. * *■■■■■■ '«•■»•» .. Tb * '*•" of P un - dafe tobacco dot* not aead to b« eovarad ■■> with m...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 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 —Good barn. Inquire of M. L. Jackman, Phone X7Bl. 6-3-4U* FOUND —Gold fob in Jaroiesona hall. Call the Tribune. 6-3-tf-O FOR SALE —75 ricks green Alder wood. Any quantity, 50c a rick. L. E. Bruns, Phone 4223. 6-3-3t-* FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Berk shire boar, weight about 200 lbs. Price 512.00. J. B. Taylor, R. F. D. No. 1, Ferndale, or 4 miles west of Lynden on Custer road. 6-3-H-* FOR SALE —8 yr. old horse. Or will trade for milch cow. Arie Zoet, Everson. Phone Lynden X 334. 5-27-2t-' MILL WOOD —Or wood of any kind for sale. G. E. Hall, Phone 2012. 5-27-tf-0 BARGAIN—Front Street residence, lot, and B-room house. $850. Terms. See Taylor and Riddle. 3-27-21-0 FOUND—Pair of gold spectacles. Call The Tribune office. 5-27-tf-0 FARMERS ATTENTION —We will sell or trade you for Cows, Hogs, Hay or Grain, the pick...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 1915

16 Great Service Branches—s4 Maxwell District Offices—More than 2,000 Maxwell Dealers are always at the Service of Those Who Drive Maxwell Cars When you buy an automobile you buy two kinds of service. First: —The service given and guaranteed by the car itself. Second: —The service given by the maker and the dealer while the car is in use. The service the Maxwell car gives is known. 38,000 satisfied Maxwell owners bave given the car the rough and tumble acid test of fully eighteen months' service. The Maxwell has shown that it is able to stand up under the severest use. In cities, over country roads, through mud and sand and up the steepest mountains, the 1915 Maxwell has made good for 38,000 owners. THE SERVICE THAT THE MAXWELL MOTOR COMPANY GIVES The service that the Maxwell car gives cannot be questioned. Any automobde owner from time to time requires service Attractive Streamline Body Pore streamline body; graceful crown fenders. yr C w?. , . e< nndtn , any c of g U.. highest ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 June 1915

PAGE EIGHT Silk Headquarters This store has always been reconized as being the "Silk-Headquarters" of Lynden and that is because we have always carried the largest stock and the very best grade of silk. We are now selling the regular dollar grade of messaline for 85c yard. We will gladly give you samples if you wish to compare it with the dollar grade at other stores. We have several grades of crepe de-chine at $1.50, $2 and $2.50 yard. China or Jap silk at 50c yard. Sousine silk at 35c yd. Taffeta at $1.25. Guaranteed satin at $1 yd. Your New house dress will cost less if you buy it here. You can buy a Mina Taylor house dress as cheap as you can buy the material to make one and be sides it will not fit as well as these ready made Mina Taylor house dresses. They only cost $1.25 each. Mina Taylor bungalow aprons are only 50c and 75c each. Summer Dress Goods You will find a larger assortment of wash able dress materials here than any other store in the city. Flowered or plain material...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 June 1915

V 01.7 A GOLD WATCH FOR BEST COW A solid gold watch now await* tbe owner of the best cow In Whatcom County, and a stirring contest is ex pected before the valuable prize Is awarded. The Whatcom County Dairymen's Association, in order to encourage the raising of fine cattle in What com County, this week announced that they would present a watch to the owner of the cow that produced the greatest amount of butter fat in a given period. The contest is "pen to all breeds, whether Holateln, Guernsey, Jersey or Durham. The cows will be tested during the County Fair, October 5 to a by experts, and the results announced at the close of the show. Special testing apparatus will be installed in the stock building, which has . been practically rebuilt since last year. Every arrangement will be made to give the animals an oppor tunity to enter the race under the best conditions. The value of keeping blooded stock is being gradually learned in the county, and the number of regis tered animals incr...

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 June 1915

AGE TWO JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Don't you know, friends, actions grow into habits. We've acquired the habit of givmg you the most and best for the least money. Our business nearly doubled last month (May) over the same period last year, and we think it is because you realize that We Are the Pioneers of Popular Prices We plan at all times to do business with the LEAST EXPENSE, so that when you buy from us, you pay less for what you wear. So we say, "Get the "A-H" habit and dress cheaper. New- Patterns In Wash Silks Just Arrived See Handbills For a Few Rock Bottom Prices. "It's Impossible to Tell It AH!" SO COME WE CAN'T AFFORD TO PUNCH CARDS ON SPECIALS ELEGTRie SERVICE Is a Modern Convenience You Can Not Afford to be without. PUGET SOUND TRACTION, LIGHT & POWER CO. LYNDEN Phone M 35 LYNDEN LUMBER CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough Timber and Dimension Lumber of all sizes Moulding Finishing Lumber Interior Trim Sash and Doors Porch Columns Store Counters and Fixtures Egg Crates and Fruit Box...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 June 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL Dr. Mulder has purchased a 1915 Oldamoblle. Mrs. Jasper Buizer la seriously ill at her home southwest of town. Willie Boslund is slowly improv ing. Born, June 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Lea Campbell, a girl. Mrs. C. W. Dewey and little son Enos spent last week in Lynden tbe guests of Mrs. C. E. Pangborn. Miss Maude Scribner of Nook sack visited relatives here from Sunday until Tuesday. While running barefooted, Thurs day, Harold Haines kicked bis foot against an axe and severed one of his toes. Mrs. C. B. Love returned Monday from the hospital at Bellingham to her home, where she is slowly im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfsen and G. M. LeCocq of Oak Harbor and Miss Ag ues Goldie of Seattle autoed to Lyn den last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. B. LeCocq. They report the Pa cific highway in excelleut condition. Edmond Peters was appointed ad- The continued patron- age of a host of satisfied customers is your assu rance that Woll can make satisfactory glasses for you. Exclusive O...

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. — 10 June 1915

PAGE FOUR " THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■paper Oavoted to the Advincemint of Erarr Pro* resalve Idea. UninDuencad by party, and attached solely to tHe public interest. Publiahed at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Poat-Offlce, Lynden. Washington. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-One Yearsl.6o; Six Months ?sc; Canada and Foreign. One Year. $2.00 tn Advance. AdvertiainK Batea Furnished on Application. • 'THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A League of Prodigals Someone really should start a new lodge in Lynden with Its mem bers limited to those who leave to make their home in foreign parts and slip back in a few days or a month or a year vowing that be it ever so humble, there is no place like Lynden. It would be a mighty big lodge. Not a week passes but that someone who has been reading climate and crop ads in the magazines disposes of his property and sets forth for Mon tana or Idaho or Canada or Califor nia or wherev...

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 June 1915

JUST by the taste and the way it keeps U satisfied, you can tell that Right-Cut" is the Real Tobacco Chew. For the first time in your life you'll get the satisfying taste of pure, rich, mel low tobacco—seasoned and sweetened just enough. Ready chew—the taste comes steady all the while right from the start. «T«ke a very im.ll chew-leu than one-quarter the old UK. It will be more utitiyiog than s mouthful of ordinary tobacco. Juit nibble on it until you find 55 ~. r en. «, h ch,w em mam you. Tuck it my. 1 ben let it red. See how eaaily end evenly the reel tobacco taste come*, how it ratitfiet without grinding, how much leu you have to spit, how lew chew* you take to be tobscco Mti.fied. Thst's why it It Tit R,»l r*«Wre €.*#«•. Thst » why it cocti leu in the sad. I; it a ready chew, eel kac aad ikon .hrtd ac ikat rea woe't hare to jnoa oo i «,ik roar U.U. Grinding a* ord.aary eaa.i.d"obic" mak<« you spit 100 much. •»■■*■»» waaira raoecca t.~J}~ m jBSJ* G+i rich .">!'•« «o *>c*...

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. — 10 June 1915

PAGE SIX WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gabs in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE—Good barn. Inquire of M. L. Jackman, Phone X7Bl. 6-3-4t-* 3UND —Gold fob in Jamleson'e hall. Call the Tribune. 6-3-tf-0 FOR SALE —75 ricks green Alder wood. Any quantity, 50c a rick. L. E. Bruns, Phone 4223. 6-3-3t-* MILL WOOD —Or wood of any kind for sale. G. E. Hall, Phone 2012. 6-27-tf-0 FARMERS ATTENTION —We will sell or trade you for Cows, Hogs, Hay or Grain, the pick of 9 hors es weighing from 1000 to 1200 lbs.; good true workers, single or double; among them three mares, two ready to drop foal from high bred stock. Call or write Oertel Bros., Blame. Wash. 4-29-tf-0 FOR SALE—Choice Jersey Bull Calves. B. C. Crabtree. FOR SALE —Dry Alder and Fir wood. J. D. Strlmger, Phone 4 314. 2-17-tf-0 FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Guern sey bull calves and Berkshire pigs. Nels Jacobson, Lynden. 12-24-tf. DR. VAN KIRK, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 June 1915

General Statement of Farmers Mutual Telephone Company CONDITION OF GENERAL FUND MAY 28. 1916 Balance In Bank May 27, 1914 . IR9 , ft9 Total Receipts for year ending May 2s' 1916%7^1'™ Error of Sumas Office 37394.36 Error of Demlng Office .... ... '**' 101 l Overdraft May 28, 1915.. Outstanding checki May It,* it it*! \ '~ '\ *' .*" *' " Outstanding checks May 27, 1914 ,393 *{ " Total Disbursements for year ending May it' iVt'139174 60 Error of Sumas Office ' Tt IT Error of Deniing Office ..][ ' '10 00 Check re-deposited in General Met.,,., .... \\ \ ' "' It'll RECEIPTS FROM MAY 27. 1914 TO MAY 28. 19 AJ.KI BLAINE CUBTBR DEMING -i'ERNDALE .... LYNDEN NOOKSACK .... BTJMAI General Office Totals TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FROM MAY 28, 1914 TO MAY 27, 1915 Alkl $ 668.35 Blame 9130.45 Custer 1517.92 Deming 1658 24 Ferndale 4179.71 Lynden 3643.35 Nooksack 2760.89 Sumas 2158.63 General Office 2122.08 General Account 11344.88 Total NUMBER OF SUBSCRIBERS AND RENTAL INCOME PER MONTH Alki 31 $ 33.25 B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 June 1915

PAGE EIGHT Infant's Silk Hose You will find infant's white silk hose here in sizes from 4Vi to 6 at only 50c the pair. Girl's Dresses You will find a large assortment of girls and misses dresses here in many styles and patterns in A-No.-l percale and gingham in sizes from 4 to 1 5 years at a price you can afford to pay. 65c- 75c-90c-$ 1.00 $ 1.25 each. Silk Gloves Ladies will find black, white or tan silk gloves in short or elbow lengths with guaranteed double tipped fingers at a nominal figure. Short lengths are 50c pr. Elbow lengths are $1.25 pr. Linen Tubing You will find here a very fine quality of pure linen, 42 inch pillow tubing at only 85c yard. Muslin Wear Ladies will be pleased with the nice assortment of muslin wear that we are showing. Fine muslin gowns at petticoats at princess slips at $1 to $2 union suits at 75c to $2 corset covers at 25c to 75c drawers at 25c to $1 " for girls at 20c to 25c "Iron Clad* Hosiery is the best that money can buy. Give them a trial they wi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 June 1915

V 01.7 PHONE OFFICERS ARE RE-ELECTED Practically the same administra tion that has been so suece-sful In conducting the affairs of the Farm ers Mutual Telephone Company will be In charge during the coming year The annual meeting of stockholders In Bellingham Monday re-elected all former directors with the exception of changes at Ferndale and Nook sack. The directors in turn re-elect ed N. P. Sorensen, president; J. A. Lochbaum, vice-president and P. M. Serrurier, treasurer. The following directors were nam ed by the meeting: N. p. Sorensen, Alkl; James Htlbollio, Blame; Da vid Lory, Custer; J. F. Pebley, Deming; Edwin Lopaa, Ferndale; S- T. Jackman, Lynden; J. A. Loch baum, Sumas; J. T. Bailey, Nook sack, and Nels Nelson, directnr-at large. A large delegation was present from Ferndale and Nooksack, where the election of directors has aroused discussion recently. The attendance at the meeting as a result was a record one. Aside from routine, the session developed no business of im po...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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