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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 August 1915

PAGE SIX OUR SALE SWEEPS ON The Style Centre Is Now the Bargain Centre Hundreds of our good customers know that they can always depend on our quality. QUALITY and STYLE our watchword. Men!!--we can save you money on what you wear. SHOES We've jumpt on the prices. $6.00 Whitman shoes - - $3.89 $3.50 Beacon shoes - - $2.49 $3.00 boys' "JOMO" for school - $2.29 $2.00 " Muleskin, work or play $1.00 These shoes were all bought this spring—Not old stock. THE EFFICIENCY SHOP-Jones & Rathman, Props.-LYNDEN 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 No. 12 De Laval cream separator, good as now. One twelve foot Air Motor Wind mill with tower and pump jack complete. One Smith's grubbing or stump puller outfit. P. R. Jeffcott, Ferndnle. Phone 7713 Ferndale. 8-5-2t-0 WANTED —20 cows, fresh »r com ing fresh soon. Must be 40 to 00 lb. cows and cheap for cash. T...

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. — 5 August 1915

It an Hostile army took Lynden * they'd come here first. For this is the place at which delicious summer drinks are served. Bett er come, too, and invade our fountain. Lynden Confectionery BETTER BAKING of Course Is the Result of Using Crescent Baking Powder Its efficiency and whole someness earned the Gold Medal at the Panama- Pacific Exposition. ALL GROCERS 25c A LB. CtESCCNT MANUFACTURING CO. Seattle, Wash. Piano and Harmony Teacher MRS. LENORE ALBRIGHT GRADUATE OF REGULAR AND GOLD MEDAL COURSES VALPRAISO. IND. Will take a few more Pupils Music written to your words Sumas R 1 Phone 419, Lynden PACIFIC STEAM LAUNDRY OHAB. IBIOUf, Prop'r. * BstabUshsa IMS Ws Are Always at Your Service aUUlaghaaa, Wash. T» LTaTDBW BaUia MOP Is agent for us In Lynden. Leave your bundles at their barber shop and your wants will be promptly attsnded to. RALPH B. LECOCQ LAWYER Special attention given to Probate matters, ■mm wA»mx*ofow F. U WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 August 1915

PAGE EIGHT Advance Showing of Fall and Winter Dress Goods We have just opened our shipment of fashion able fall and winter dress goods and coatings, and have decided to permit this early display. The patterns this season are beautiful, indeed; it is a real treat to view and examine the new materials approv ed by the leaders in style centers for wear in the cooler days of autumn. We have smart patterns in the newest shades of green, brown, grey, blue, shep ard checks and plaids, priced at 35c to $3.50 yd. Munsing Wear For All Munsing wear is made right. It is the kind that satisfies both in quality and price. We have it for every member of the family—two piece or union suit, in all styles and sizes. Two piece or union suit, for children 50c to 1.25 " " * " "ladies 60c to 3.50 M " " " "men 1.00 to 3.50 Pretty "Niagara Maid" Hose and Gloves Long 16 inch glove in black, tan, navy, brown and white, price 1.25. Short gloves in black, tan and white, price 50c. Hose black, tan and white pri...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

Vol.B HOLLAND CHURCHES PLAN MISSION DAY The work that is being done by Foreign and Domestic missions will be discussed Saturday, Aug. 14, at the Pair Grounds, when the two Lynden Reformed Churches will combine to hold their annual ,'Zen dingsfiest." All are invited to attend. The following is the complete program, which will begin at 10 a. m. Band music—The Holland Band Gezang—Psalm 86:5 Lezen der Sen rift Gebed Inleidend Woord door de Voorzltter —Rev. J. G. Brouwer De Binnenlandsche Zending—Rev. C. Heines Song by a Mixed Quartet Toespraak—Rev. A. Guikema The Gospel Among Women in China —Mrs. H. De Pree Doxology Dankzegging—Rev. E. Breen Recess from 12 to 1:30 AFTERNOON SESSION Music by the Band Gezang—Psalm 138:2 Gebed —Rev. A. Guikema Het Konlngryk Gods in China —Rev. H. De Pree Song by a Mixed Quartet Collekte voor de Zending De Joden Zending—Rev. E. Breen Psalm —Psalm 87:2, 3 Dankzegging—Rev. C. Hemes North Prairie Dan Van Der Meer and Bona Theodore and Gerrlt, took In the circu...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

WO! TWi' 7 Kul TIMI CARL 1 ! •run caki .."iitit;i- Leliiiignair S T A o EI iiYNUlir MYBRX 9tm u«;t«> iifUiUgUHl: Oar SfJOOi 1 tri'AMl' IN KHON' »)• I.YNDBN Ulit'AKTilfci.NT STUII! kuunt Trij. *7 &* LYNDEf* STAG£ TIM! jefiy. iielliusnn -7:4*0 «t. Un '<;on a. m. lo:on ;i. *v •Ui.-on jui. 1 ;4r4> jj. d». ;i:0o i>. ua. 4;«o ,i<. jui. t.:o.' i. tn WptHll OHMU'UM J jUe INNIr Piiou. K-151 -.- i-yuuen UAHItV 11 MdOK i'ijoii< id:: -.- i>:iiiiia , niL beliiui'iimi. - ..-■uuei CUT RATE STAGE IJNE uiictaiAtn Ki;.\sirii; Uvtve.- byuu«ri Atoi9lioUK-Hjl»«u -iuuiiil c tfUm\ 7:3 i', 8:30, ll:3n i . m ; 4:3 d, f>:3o p, v, Unavt* belliiijjiliiii Kt-S ttOOWI iriwm i-oc .»u' t&ttfe lb*,, Raw Ltfuuen I'lioue .\<J!'i I nrt 7u- Kuuut 1 ri|- LYNUEtV- WESTMINSTER Auic butg* ujuuen L*\iv< VvesuiiuUlei -8 U. Ul. 4 P- Arrives Lviiuei <\Tftve:: WeltiiillUte u.jflO p. ni. \0:lo v. in. Q. A RmM MMfMP Af'tu rtlWlf**' Uyniieii, It ii PO tßt 11 1 Mi- L«iiv t biiuiit; J :;n B :...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

LOCAL md PERSONAL B. P. Shoemaker has returned from a long visit in Oregon. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. S. H.Lucas Saturday. Born, Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wolfe, a daughter. Albert De Young is sick this week. Wayne Smith, son of C. C. Smith, had his tonsils removed this week. Jack Cole, age two, was the guest of the Knapp's this week. Arthur L. Swim and sons are vis iting in Lynden this week. Mrs. Odin is ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. \V. A. Keed. Miss Mary Polinder has returned home after a week's vls:t in Belling ham. Miss Crete Topping Is spending the week at Birch Bay with Miss Bessie Taylor. Mrs. Renzi Zylstra and Miss Lovers of Oak Harbor are visiting In Lynden. Edgar Fraley and O. F. Hulbert will leave this week for a month's camping trip in the hills. H. J. Sleyster of Snohomish, who left Lynden last year, returned for a short visit Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Schroe der with the three Miss Jacobs left this week to spend ten days in the hills. Mrs. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE A N*WIP»P« Devoted to the Advancement of Every Pro gressive Idas. 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 Post-Office, Lynden, Washington. SUBSCRIPTION BATES-One Year 11.50; Six Months 75c: Canada and Foreign One Year. $2.01 tn Advance. Advertisini: Kates Furnished on Application. 'THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A Penny Saved Catching the note of economy sounded by a few near-sighted stock holders gathered at the annual meet ing, the directors of the Farmers Mutual Telephone Company hist week elected a secretary at a low er salary to fill the position now Held by H. E. Stuart. The action of the directors comes :is a distinct surprise. .From a puny concern, the telephone company lias leaped In the past few years to an institution doing a business of $40,000 annually, and it. would seem that ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

We Must Close Out Our Entire Line of Dry Goods In Older to do it, we have put our prices way down, as the hunderds who have called at our store already know. . Our line of dress shoes must also go before we move, and the rest of our stock must be reduced. Come in and see for yourself the bargains we are ottering m every corner of our store. 65c brown serge 32c 65c black striped worsted 29c 22c tickings, blue and white stripe 13c 18c gala tea 14 c 25c Nazareth waists 18c 25c ladies' muslin drawers 19c 90c « " « 63c 75c 52c 50c men's cotton underwear 39c 25c Parker waists 18c I2'/2C Canton flannel BV2C Fleischer's, Saxony, Floss, Zephyrs and Eiderdown yams a variety of shades 8c a skein Lynden Co-operative Co. "The Store Where You Trade With Yourself." NORTHWOOD Fred Walker of Burlington, has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. W. H. Cole is working with n crew of carpenters, building a barn on one of Mr. Roo's farms near Van Zaudt. A sister of Mrs. Charles Myers has been vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

page srx Money Saved For You If You Act Quickly Booby prizes for you who did not get first prize DON'T WAIT if you haven't the money handy, it's to your advantage to withdraw from savings or borrow from a friend. Xtra Special $1.00 Porosknit suit 59c $1.50 Cooper's Poro .... 97c Odds and ends in underwear - P r ' ce Boys' Porosknit suit .... 35c $2.00 Suit cases just - - - - $1.00 Wind the alarm! Let the house work go!! Give the farm a rest!!! Come to the sale this week. With your help, we'll make it a hummer THE EFFICIENCY SHOP-Jones & Rathman, Props.-LYNDEN 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 WANTED —A few steers, coming 2 and 3 years old. George F. Ab bott. 8-12-4N* FOR SALE—One No. 12 De Laval cream separator, good as new. One twelve foot Air Motor wind mill with tower and pump jack complete. One Smith's grubbing or stump puller outfit. P. R. Jeffco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

PENROD By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright, 1914. by Double lay. Page £> Company SYNOPSIS. Penrod. fearing the ordeal of playing the part of the Child Sir Lancelot, seeks forgetfulness In ti.n composition of a dime n 1 " - ■' Penrod's mother and sister dress turn In his costume for the "Children's Pageant at the Round Table." Penrod la ashamed ka «.»-r It. He breaks up vie p»—— — putting on a pair of the Janitor's overalls over his costume. A visit to a moving picture show gives him an Idea and he loafs away his time In school, dreaming dreams. (CONTINUED PROM LAST WEEK) His eyes fell slowly auu uumuoiamj from the brow of Whittler to the braid of reddish hair belonging to Vletorlue Rlordan, the little o toroon girl who sat directly In front of him. Vlcto rlne's back was as familiar to Penrod as the necktie of Oliver Wendell Holmes. So was her gayly colore 1 plaid waist. He hated the waist as he hated Victorlne herself without knowing why. Enforced companion ship In large quantities and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 August 1915

PAGE EIGHT Twelve Special Reasons Why You Should Come Here Friday and Saturday Something New Have you seen the three cornered satin tie for the blouse and middy? It is being worn everywhere these days. We know you will like it. We have it in black, navy, green and red at $1.00 Velvet Corduroys Corduroys are ultra-popu lar now. We are showing a good grade of velvet corduroy excellent for outing suits, sport coats or separate skirts. In green, black, navy and white at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 For the Men Our men's wear depart ment is receiving many addi tions of fall styles. A feature nf this section is are always marked with prices that are way down. Men's cotton hose in tan and black 15c 2 for 25c Men's silk lisle hose in tan and black 25c Men's white and colored negligee shirts $1.00 to $1.75 Men's white muslin gowns $1 and $1.25 President suspenders 50c Hammocks at Reduced Prices We have a few hammocks, and also several croquet sets, which we have marked down in price in order to clos...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

Vol. 8 HIGH SCHOOL WILL TEACH AGRICULTURE With a view to making the work of the Lynden schools as helpful as possible to the community, a ■ ourse in agriculture, including the study of dairying and animal husbandry will be offered this year at tl.e High School. "We have always felt that Lyn den, located as it is, could not do all the good of which It is capable until a course in Agriculture was offered," said Superintendent P. A. Wright, today. "This course wil appear for the first time this year. It will be conducted by Fred Rock ey who is well qualified for the work, having specialized in this line at Pullman and taught at Endi cott. "The first Semester will lake up Datrylug and Anlual Husbandry ant, will include, feeding, breeding, man agement of the dairy herd, the handling, care and testing of milk, the different breeds of stock and the balancing of rations for feedinj stock. The second Semester wii. take up soils, and will include soi compositions, plant growth, mois ture, soi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

PAGE TWO TIME CARD Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY, Prop. Bellingham Leave Lynden 8:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m 11:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 6:oo p. m. 5:00 p. m. Special Saturday Social Saturday Only 9:00 p. m. only 7:00 p. M STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORK Round Trip 75c LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 75c Round Trip. Leave Bellingham From Auto Stage Depot 7:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Only !) p. m J. Mc INNIS Phone R-751 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK Phone 942 -:- Bellingham Bellingham-Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LAUCKHART —KRAMER Leaves Lynden, Armstrong-Ham- Store, 7:30, 8:30, 11:30 a. in.; 4:30, 5:30 p. m. Leaves Bellingham Rest Room, corner Dock and Holly Sts., 6:30, 7:00, 9:30 a. m.; 1:80, 4 p. m. Lynden Phone XO9l Fare 75c Round Trip. LYNDEN - WESTMINSTER Auto Stage I,eave Lynden Leave Westminster S n. ni. 4 p. ill. Arrives Lynden Arrives Westminster 6.20 p. m. 10:15 a. in. FAKE 5>1.2.j G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL Boris Gale is suffering from a sore neck this week. The Y. P. B. will meet Aug. 26, iusteai of Aug. 19. Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Arie Zoet, a daughter. Born, Aug. 12, to Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bainford, a daughtei. Jack M-Glnnls broke his arm this weei; cranking his machine. The little daughter of Jake Le Compte fell and sprained her elbow Tuesday. The Klatawas will entertain with an outing dance Friday at the I. O. O. F. Hall. C. B. Bay and M. A. Hickey cele brated the!.- biithduys Thursday al the Hickey heme. R. L. Averlll returned today from an extended visit in Eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bruns are the parents of a boy born Saturday night. Miss Kate Harris went to Seattle Filday for a few days' visit. Elzie Tremain spent Wednesday in Bellingham. Mrs. C. Wiuchell was a Bay City visitor Monday. Miss Johanna Schuyleman is vis iting in Bellingham this week. G. T. S.'huyleman has returned from Glenev l o where he lias been working the past four weeks. Harry ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, A Nawipipir Devoted to Ihe Advancement of Every Pro* gresstve Idea. Uninfluenced by party, and attached solely to the public interest. Published at Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington, Every Thursday. Entered aa Second-Class Mail Matter at the Poet-Oflicc, Lynden, Waahineton. SUBSCRIPTION RATES -One Ye«rtl.so; Six Months ?r>c; Canada and Foreien One Year. $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Kates Furnished on Application. 'THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A People* College One wack more, and the Lyndon Schoolboy will, as Shakespeare says, be creeping like the lowly gastro pod, unwillingly to school. It's too bad that only the boys ana girls will start out August 30 to the ch.osror.rcs, but up to the present, the pursuit of knowledge witli tiie aid of the teacher has been monopolized by the young. True, in some cities, an attempt has been made to broaden the scope of educational work to include the parents; in New York City, for...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES By the Tribune's Special Correspondent* LAUREL AND WISER LAKE H. O. Button and son Arthur have spent the last two on their place here, and have remodel ed one of the smaller buildings which had been spared by the fire. Mr. Button will stay here 'during the winter. Henry Davenport left Saturday for San Francisco where he will at tend the fair. David Lußk who has been 111 for some time with sciatic rheumatism, is not improving, and is still confin ed to his bed. The Wiser Lake Literary Society will give a pie and bit so.ial at the Grange Hall, Friday evening, August 20. The proceeds will go to pay for, the hall rent and the new 'ghtiiig system. Louis Krub has purchased a *ew automobile. ►""The camping party composed of .Misses Susie and Este Hickey, and Edith and Mabel Marr, chaper- Hawleyßros. FLOUR, FEED & GROCERIES Grocery Prices 4 pkgs. Soda 25 Borax Soap chips, pkg. .20 Mother s Oats pkg.. . .30 6 boxes Mule Team Borax Soap 25 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 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 WANTED —I desire to purchase a limited number of spring calves for stockers. A. E. Moody, Lyn den, Phone 67. 8-19-2t-0 WANTED —A few steers, coming 2 and I years old. George F. Ab bott. 8-12-41-* FOR SALE —CO acres, over 40 acres bottom land, slashed and burned, 4 miles south of Lynden in Ten Mile Twp. N. E. % Sec. 4. This is A 1 land on the Elder ditch with, running writer and good drainage and will make a fi"e farm. Price $40.00 per acre. J. H. Trede, owner, Bellingham, Wash. 7-l-tf-0 $5.00 REWARD—For information leading to recovery of Stone Mar ten fur neck piece lost June 18 at Farmers' Mercantile Co. The Tribune. 6-24-tt-0 CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER—Ex pert work at low prices. Jobbing promptly attended to. Phone R 321. John W. Zevenbergen. / 4-15-tf-0 CLAY BRICK AND TILE —Best on market. Hampton Brick Yard. 6-10...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

Until the Snow Flies One spot in Lynden will con tinue to be mighty popular. That's this confectionery, where delicious Royal ice cream is being served. Better Try Some Lynden Confectionery There Is Good Baking In Every Can of CRESCENT BAKING POWDER Awarded Gold Medal at Panama- Pacific Exposition. IT'S PURE AND WHOLESOME 25c A LB. AT YOUR GROCER CRtSCCNT MANUFACTURING Seattle, Wash. Piano and Harmony Teacher MRS. LENORE ALBRI6HT GRADUATE OF REGULAR AND GOLD MEDAL COURSES VALPRAISO, IND. Will take a few more Pupils Music written to your words Sumas R 1 Phone 419, Lynden Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBKR SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer Onpoaite Farmers' Mercantile Co. PACIFIC STEAM LAUNDRY OBAB. niOL>, Frop'r. Eatabllahad 1889 Wa Are Always at Your Service ■elUagbam, Waah. Til LYNDEM BABBEB MOV Is agent for us In Lynden. Leave your bundles at their barber shop and your wanta will be promptly attended to. RALPH B. LeCOCQ LAWYER Special attention given 10 Probate matters...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 August 1915

PAGE EIGHT SPECIAL 15 per cent, off on all men's women's and chil dren's summer underwear. This is an exceptional low price on the well known Munsing-Wear. Buy now at lS c /o off. Detroit Special overalls, shirts, caps and pants are the kind that will satisfy the man who gives his clothing real wear. No better denim can be made than the kind that is used in Fink's Detroit Special overalls. Price 90c for waist overalls and $1.00 for bib overalls. Boys' overalls are 60c and 75c. Fink's extra heavy guaranteed to wear sateen shirts are priced at $1.25 each. Work caps are only 10c each. MIDDY BLOUSES for ladies and misses, plain white or trimmed in red, blue or striped. They come in the new Sub marine styles. Priced at $1.25 and $1.50 each. the next time you want real corset comfort. HENDERSON Corsets are guaranteed to fit, wear and hold your form in the proper way to insure style without injury to your health. Priced at from $1.00 to $3.50 SPECIAL Boy's clothing in knicker bockers and n...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 August 1915

Vol.B LIGHT RAINS FALL; FIRES HELP DISTRICT The first rain that has Bpattered In Lynden and the surrounding dis tricts for many weeks fell this morning, forecasting the close of the fire scare of the past week. Aside from the annoyance caused by the heavy smoke, the destruc tion of two homes, and a barn and considerable minor damages by fire, the blaze that swept through many sections of the Lynden district ac complished immeasureable good. Other localities were less fortunate, Wahl and Alki having been prac tically burned out. Leonard Lenasen was able to save a stove, table and organ, and two horses and harnesses before the fire swept away his home and barn. He lost 45 tons of hay and 1,000 mishela of oats. Although the fire was burning fiercely fifty feet away from his barn, C. Den Adel was able to save the structure. His house burned. In taking out the furniture on a wagoa, blankets and mattresses on the wagon caught fire and were burned. Ranchers are planning to seed the burned-...

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