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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 November 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 —Work by the day. Mrs. Effle Bateman, or call the Trib une. 11-18-lt-* FOR SALE —A shack 18x18. Henry Roubos, on K. Dykatcrhuia place. 11-18-2t-* FOR SALE —Ton o." snuill OOtatoea $10.00. George Thomson, R. 2, Lynden, V 4 mile west Ten Mite School. 11-18-lt-* FOll SALE—One brood sow and Borae pigs. J. Meenk. 11-11-21-* FOX SALE —100 White Leghorn chickens, mostly pallet*. Phone X 334. 11-11-2t-* \ BARGAIN The Soa tle Star and The Trib une, regular $5 00, special price $4.00. FOR SALE —Hoistein bull 2Vi ys. old, and two driving ponies. P. De Vries, old Slolemaker place. 11-11-21-* FOUND—Grange pin. Caj.ll Trib une. U-4-tf-O FEED GRINDING —We are now ready to do your feed grinding with mills all sharpened and G. Assink as miller. LAUCKIIART BROS. 11-4-31-* HURRY, HURRY—With our Pipe tongs. Bauman imp ement C...

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. — 18 November 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 Uincelot. seeks forgetfulness In the composition of a dime novel. He breaks up tne wtmm putting on a pair of the janitor's overalls ever his costume. A visit to a moving" picture show gives him an Idea and he loafs away his time In school, dreaming dreams. The teacher reproves him. He seeks to Uatraet attention from himself by alleg ing loss of sleep because of a drunken incle. The teacher sympathizes with Penrod's lunt because of her wayward husband, '.nd It then develops that Penrod has been bine. Penrod, Sam Williams and two colored tjoys, Herman and Verman. get up a big ihow to entertain the town. Verman makm a decided hit, but Rod erick Magsworth Uitts, Jr., says the show Is a failure. Penrod asks him if he Is s letution of Rena Magsworth, a murderer Roderick, seeking fame, says she Is ht» aunt. Roderick's mother finds him pos ing a...

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. — 18 November 1915

PAGE EIGHT WE WANT TO WARN you on time of winter's chilling blasts, and urge you to come to our store and prepare for the cold right now. We put not only comfort but style in to your winter goods. The time to buy your winter goods is now so you can have that much longer to use and enjoy them. Come, look now; and you will buy now. Exclusive Agency- Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes in all sizes and colors. Large assortment. Priced at 65c to $1.50 Just arrived, consignment of tarns for la dies. Best shades of blue, brown, green, gray, white and black. Specially priced at $1.25 each New consignment of Petticoats, shown in black and colors, wide flounces, newest materials. Priced at $1.50 to $3.75 Wilson Hose Supporter For women and children are the most comfortable, best wearing and easiest on clothes of any supporter ever invented. The cord run thru the slides before the elastic begins to stretch-never tug or jerk. No torn stockings, waists or broken garters. Price 25c and 50c Corduroy V...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

Vol.B LYNDEN WILL GIVE THANKS THURSDAY Most of the churches in l.ynden wiM hold Thanksgiving services on Thursday. Tbe majority of ihe stores will be closed ail day. The Rev. Percy Davies will preach at services at the Baptist Church. Because of the daily meetings during tlie last two weeks, tbe Methodists will bold no services. The Rev. J. G. Hrouwer will con duct services in Holland at 1:30 at the Reformed Church on U'-ovor Street. Thanksgiving services will be held at tbe Christian Reformed Church Thursday morning, followed by the annual election for deacons ai-d elders. Nominations for elders ttre Rev. A. J. Brink, E. Eerkes, M. ViK.'dor Griend, J. Hanover, H. W. Heusinkveld, H. Jager, G. Kok, J. Oranje; for deacons, H. Assink, ('. llujema, G. Bierlink, P. Van lleni ert, H. Otter, L. Stremler, P. Stuur n-an, and L. Zweegman. The following is the list of mer chants who will close their stores all day: Lynden Dept. Store Inc. Armstrong-Hammond Co. F. E. Knapp Farmers Mercantile Co...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

STAGE TIME CARDS TTJCE CA2D Lynden- Bellingham STAGE Sat a. i t» a. »- -11:** a. m I' M t a J *» ». »- * *« »- aa. it* »- at S:*« a. aa. Se«-*i Seanastee - Speciali Sa*ar-ij O- ; --• ; - OeahrlM p. -. FT ANT* IN F1.0V7 OF LTVDE-S' DE?A?.TK£:.T HTOE-- Round Trip 75c LYNDEN STAGE time card MaaMal Trip. > a. n l *t|. a X»* p. aa. * •; - c *a ». ay J M. DOfH PV.ae R-Til -:- Ljnien HARRY M. MOCK Pious Sr42 -:- BelUxcLaat Bellingham -Lynden CUT RATE STAGE L.INE LaUCKHART—DORR L*»t<-» LrmJes, Ar=rr'.n?-H»s ane&da Store, Hi, l:M a. a.; 12 45, 2:2'/. 1:20 p m. Laaraj Bellissfcam R«-«* Roosa, eormar Dock aad Holly gta , T:*». l*:M a. am.. 2:20, 4:#*. 5:2 vp. TO. Fare 75c Round Trip. LiMDiW it!MurW woom ■><"■" * aCHAo AUTO JTTAOE: Dear* Ly-ndec, 1# a. Nt- and 2 p. aa. Dear* aaxaa, 11:26 a_ m., 2 36 j>. ns. trij/e tnyarbar*. J A McSorkrjr. For Quick Lunches and First-class Meals Palace Cafe LYNDEN Wm. McDONNEL. Propr. Good, wooieaome Meaia, regular Nooo-dar D~inn*r. Ojrat«n. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL Miss Mary Wlnchell 1* spending her vacation week in Bellingham. The general delivery windows at f c postoffice are closing at 6:30 p. in now Instead o' at 7. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. De Hoogh wpl celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversfiry Friday. Mrs. Wm. Van Ry underwent an operation in Bellingham Thursday. She Is getting along n|i:ely. The North wood Grange will give an entertainment entiled "The Redmen's Thanksgiving" followed by a dance Saturday evening, Nov. 27. Mr. and Mrs. ChSriCM Bre. ken rtdffu are SBjcylnfJ a vii. from Mr. and Mrs. C. Zii.n f Breakonrldfa, IMuo'a, Mr. anil Mrs. D. J. Zyflstra will give a Taankagiving tl Inner for their sons and d.tt'ghtera and fam ilies. Has anyone seen a collie pup belonging to Ihtle Curtis Bay, Jr.? The dog was 'oat a week ago, and Curtis is nighty anxio,is to get it back. Mr. and Mrs. John Lubbers and family of Stanford, Cai., have mov ed to Lynden to spend the Winter, and probably to locate permanently. Mrs. Lubbers...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

PABE FOUR THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE A Htwiptptr D«TOl»d to th> Advancement of Ev»ry Pro grM(lv<! Idea. UninfluenCßd by party, and attached solely to the public interest. Pubiiahed at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington, Erery Thursday. Entered si Seeond-Claaa Mail Hatter at the Past-Office, Lynden. Wsahinirton. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One YearSl.So; Six Months TSe: Canada and Foreiim One Year. 42.0" la Advance." AdTertiara-'Rates Fureiahed on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" A Week Net tled President Wilson and Governor Lister really laid down a mighty hard task for Whatcom County peo ple when they appointed Thursday, Nov. 25, aa a day of Thanksgiving. Whatcom County people need a week or more In which to cover fully the aubject of the blessings this favored district has received. For they, above all others in Western Washington, can Join heart ily in Bobby Burns' wholesome Thanksgiving grace: Seme hae meet and canna eat, And some would eat that...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

Warm Up Drop in here any hour and try a hot luncheon. There's nothing more deli cious than a hot tom ale or a bowl of chili. Lynden Confectionery Van Zon & Rowers SANITARY BARBKR SHOP t\ clean hot towel for each customer Ooposite Farmers' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP StEXT DOOR TO POSIT OTFICE First Class Bartering Shears Ground Umbrella" Mended Agency for Pafitlc Stearr Laundry F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Lynden. With. HERD RECORD SHKETS —prlnte on good Manila board. Place to record the milk of 20 cows, twice a day, for one month. Printed on both sides. For sale at The Tri bune office, 6 cents each or 25 fo $1. This is the standard barn re cord sheet used in all first class dairies. HE IS COMING Al Jennings And an All Star Cast In "Beating Back" The daring exploits of America's most unique chaiacter. Complete in six reels From the stories in The Saturday Evening Post ELECTRIC Theater Of| One Day Tuesday, NOV. " Admission, Adult...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 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 KALE- 2 8. C. Rhode Island Red CockaraJa, $1.90 each. Mrs. Geo. W Hall. 11-20-lt-O FOR BALK — One young cow, fresh last mouth A. L Tfoinp. 1 l-25-tf-0 LOST -Oolite l»»i>. Please r'-turn Curtis Hay, Jr. Phone X 742. 11-25-11-* FOR SALE —Good bicycle, cheap. Inquire at Progressive Auto Co. I o.ST —Poekatbook bet ween North-1 wood corner ami Lynden. Return T E Cookman. Phone 2l'i>. ii-23-n-o FOR SALE—A shack 18x18. Henry Roubos, on K. D> kst< i huis place. 11-18-21--* FOUND —Grange pin. Cejl Trib une. 11-4-tl-u HURRY, HURRY —With our pipe tongs. Bauman Imp ement Co. 10-28-tf-O 100 MEN WANTED To take 10, 20 or 40 acre tracts, ready for plowing, in the Wllllam ette Valley, Oregon, south of Port land, near Salem, where large farms will be divided up. No mon ey down required for the light par ties, low i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 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 hiigetfulness In the composition of a dime Dovel. He breaks up in« «_ 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. Tho teacher reproves him. He seeks to distract attention from himself by alleg ing loss of sleep because of a drunken incle. me teacher sympathizes wltn Penrod's Mint because of her wayward husband, Vnd It then develops that Penrod has been tying. Penrod, Bam Williams and two colored koyß, Herman and Verman, get up a big Ihow to entertain the town. Verman mafceii a decided hit, but Rod erick Magsworth Bitts. Jr.. says tbe show Is a failure. Penrod asks htm If he Is a lelatlon of Rena Magsworth, a murderer Roderick, seeking fame, says she Is his aunt. Roderick's mother finds him pos in...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 November 1915

PAGE EIGHT TRY OUR STORE YOU MUST REALLY WEAR goods to learn their quality. Quality counts, however quality is not everything. Price is equally important. We know that we have both quality and price. We also know that we are the first to show the new things. Try our store and you, also, will know it. Dress Goods Make that new dress now. While our showing is complete. Gabardine $2.25 yd. Beautiful material fine, soft and firm, 50 inches wide best shades. Price per yard - $2.25 Princess Cloth $1.25 Shown 40 inches wide, and in all the best shades, fine soft finish. Price per yard $1.25 Whipcord $1.75 yd. Novelty pattern whipcord, 56 inches wide, shown in brown only, rnce per ya rd - $175 Coating $1.50 yd. Heavy coating, 50 in. wide. Shown in blue mixture and brown. Price per yard - $1.50 Serge 50c yd. Shown 36 in. wide, all wool, Just the thing for school dresses. Best shades. Price per yd. 50c Shepherd Checks $1 Shown in medium size check, 56 inches wide, good quality. Price per yard...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

Vol. 8 TO PLAN FOR NEXT SEASON'S BERRIES To make arrangements for 'he handling of the 1916 berry crop, the members of the Fruit Growers' Association will hold a meeting In the Town Hall at 2 i>. lit. Friday, Dec. 10. Prospects for next season are brighter than ever before, de clare the directors of the associa tion, and an early start will be made to get the beirv bus'ness on n firm fooling. Several offers have already been made in connection with the market ing of the 1916 crop. These were considered by the dire-tors at a meeting Saturday, and they will re port to the association at the gen eral meeting. The Nooksack Valley can raise splendid berries, as fine as any In the land, in the opinion of expert!, These berries will stand IhipnlUS long distances as reports from last season show. Some growers last season put slips in crates asking that the con sumer inform them as to the condi tion of the berries when received. Replies came back from as far Basl KS Kansas City saying that...

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

"Ar- ).i :. i. :vnp»iwl ran tnniir -fcnw»rv v tfM'Vf "fiiir.intii2 *r fiirr lliC T*~-l "I" T * ■ W»> i.-?' v.il nujto titer jifirm. I Br* : .npiie :m» iut ■»«; miuu jiuu» i-i tut i ruMUtifHe item. "Sr. unt Sh*. luuijb * KM tuwns 1M a i tmnrw Ha «w< •i i vsl r-ira :i«»r witw**. V IB u -Tumi <t *tn—»*. strut.. » jvi irri ' ii»taw- «"•«* vi» aiW.tim il H' fumrr rl : ; vvv» Jinstiiii!- n mai.'tltf l**>-*t . lutsi. mK-?fcij?. . .1.; m !im>s»Bi"r.4 in.- Afv v : u«v« v frr*»u» ' 3fnllligrmir.. ••;<ur , miit»i i >-w '.i.i.r.r- i.m a-i.ii-.ir.iß »'•—i Ba'wv -*i -tw ilmi't; 'null uuiM i luimr unuu jerwi. . c ■HPfjr .-limit* SiiiTk»i nuw ..1 ilUsr: A: ■ .' i-airi;;-. ~.<»u» film*, it's :. ' 'fin-w. »rtt. "VUI t>iim~. \"v i. ' i-tetr 3Ur-» :man«r Alt* ... two. Alw witv-i m-ur NrtjutrPu iau iwtiui Mti imi 3tr*Si tT*n*aK 3hilng>W) «Mfi -uiiimu. :if iuu Im. J- JUU V A.. 11l i ill'!»»«•» t» T, t«aK jut * not. imjiita- v utmni. t -»t~»nii<n ■ lik minw rr «t --ii in M...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

LOCAL and PERSONAL Dr. Xe'son of North Pral' le 's sick this week. George Showers is sick with pneumonia. Mrs. L. C. Rlddell was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Deaniß of Van Buren last week. Misses I.lda and Theresa Btonc who are attending the Normal ■peal the Thanksgiving vacation in Lyn den and vicinity. A choral society hi in the process ot organization. John Van Pall ol 1 ellinghani wll be the director. A men and women hit •-rest ed in I n- - lng are asked to attend the fi'si Uieeling Wednesday night in the high school Bundttorium. The W. C. T. U. will meet Dec. ii at 2p. m. with Mrs. B. K. Bnx tet. Subject of program, "Place of the W. C. T. I. in the World*! Re term." leader Mra. Jacoby, An swer to roll eal| witti quotation! :<n "Peace," scriptural or literary. Lynden enjoyed thoroughly the second number on the high school course, the Apollo players, who gave a concert in Jatnteson's Opera House Tuesday night. Col. Mil. er, a hu morist and lecturer, will a pear Jan uary 12. The fir...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

PAGE FOUR the: lynden tribune A Kflwiptpcr t>«v jted to tHe Advtnctatnl of Every Pro* £re»-ive Idem. Vninriuenced br party, arid tltkched .olel> to tHe public int*r«ft. fuliTMUnl at Lnto, Wktoa Caeatr. WMhinrtoo, Et«tt TkaraAkr. Esienxl v SeemJ-Ciaaa Maii Matter at 'J*t Poat-Ofliee. Lrrdea. Wnliiaalia- SUB3CHIPTION BATES -One Year IT-4*-. Six Kostia* ric. Canada and Fareim One Year. SZS* "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE 15 A PUBLIC TRUST A San** Election Towns and cities throughout the country might well look to Lynden this week for an example of com mon sense in elections, and p-o --ceed to do likewise. For all factions united tUs we--k in Lynden to select five candidates for pob ie office, ar.d decided on a single ticket. Issues weren t creat ed to sat a fight, but tbe sole idea of a 1 was to get the best men pcs&ibie for the positions. Candidates and citizens are to be congratulated on an section that i thorougbly sane. With the stores closing at six o'clock...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

Warm Up Drop in here any hour and try a hot luncheon. There's nothing more deli cious than a hot tom ale or a bowl of chili. Lynden Confectionery Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBER SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer [loposite Fanners' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP next door to post orrxca. First Class Bartering Shears Ground Umbrella* Mended Agency for Pacific Steam Laundry F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty Lynden, Wain. Dairy Herd Records at Tribune oC'ice—so cents dozen. An Excellent Time To Buy Electrical Appliances This Week Is "Electrical Prosperity Week" Throughout the Country PUGET SOUND TRACTION, LIGHT & POWER CO. Phone M 35 There* a Photographer In Your loivn THE PYRO STUDIO, E. A. WIESE CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES By the Tribune* Special Correspondent! Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Hannay of Mt. Vernon spent Thanksgiving as the guests of the latter'g mother. Mrs. W. Evans. The members of the Recreation C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

page srx 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 —Edison diamond point phonograph in good condition. Sam Arnell, Everson. 12-2-3t-() FOR SALE —Second hairtl range, cheap. Lynden Grade School, See Art Bruns. 12-2-tf-0 FOR SALE —Two registered Berk shire boars and a bunch of six weeks' old pigs. A. O. Rogers, Brldgevlew Farm. 12-2-2t-0 FOR SALE —One young cow, fresh last month. A. L. Tromp. 11-25-tf-0 FOUND — Grange pin. Ca|ll Trib une. 11-4-tf-0 100 MEN WANTED To take 10, 20 or 40 acre tracts, ready for plowing, in the Wllliam ette Valley, Oregon, south of Port land, near Salem, where large farms will be divided up. No mon ey down required for the right par ties, low interest rates. For fur ther information inquire of O. J. BYLSMA. 10-14-lt-C FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Guern sey bull calves and Berkshire pigs. Nels Jacobson, Lynden. 7-15-tf DRESSMAKING —Cle...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CARD Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY, Prop. I. cllingham 8 mi a. m. 11:00 a. m 2:00 p. m. 5:00 p- m. I Saturday .0 p. m. M) IN FRONT OF M DEPARTMENT STORI- Round Trip 75c LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD T.'.c Round Trip. : lllngham fl UMt* Depot 7■"'» a. m. \i en a. m. 10:00 a. m. 12:00 m. I.i>i> p. m. :: mi p. m. 4 00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. s. al Saturday Onl) .' p. m J. Mc INNIS Ph >ne R-751 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK c i' 12 -:- BeUiucham Bi'llingham--Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LAUCKHART —DORR Leaves Lynden, Armstrong-Ham mond's Store, 7:45, 8:30 a. m.; 1 I"., 3:30, 5:30 p. in. I.i res Bellingham Rest Room, Dock and Molly Sts., 7:00, 1 30 a m.; 2:30, 4:00, 5:30 p. m. Lynden Phone Xu9l Fare 75c Round Trip. I. V \ 111: N-E V E USON-NOOK SACK & SI MAS AUTO STAC.E: I,eavo • Lynden, 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Leave Sumas, 11:30 a. m., 3:30 p. in. Special trips anywhere. .1. A. MeSoiiey. Tribune Want Ads Got Results. WE MAKE THE LUMBER from the timber and rough board...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 December 1915

PAGE EIGHT PROFITS FORGOTTEN At the FARMERS MERQANTILE QO. Nothing like it before. We will give the public the benefit of the biggest money raising sale ever held in Lynden. Hundreds of dollars worth of seasonable merchandise will be sold at matchlessly low prices. Bar gains of such true worth will be contributed that in future years our sale will be watched and waited for by everybody. Sale Begins Saturday, December 4th NOTICE—No matter how low the regular price is we will mark them still lower and in plain figures right beside the original price, where you can see for yourself. The store's usual "satisfaction or money back policy will be carried out to the letter regardless of the very low prices. Please Do Not Ask Us To Charge During This Sale As It Can'i Be Done at the Prices We Are Making Coupons Will Not Be Punched at Sale Prices Petticoats Regular $1.50 values Qft*» Sale Price - - 470 C 3 papers, pins for - - 10c 3 papers, safety pins for - - 10c 3 cards, hooks and eyes 10c 3...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 December 1915

Vol. 8 COUNCIL TO PASS BILLBOARD LAW The council next Friday nlg'.it vill give the final reading m an I'ldiiiunce licensing billboards iv the City of Lynden. Under the new ordinance, a fee of %:> must, be paid, and billboards :n the fire distiict must be fonsirucl ed of non-inflammable material. In those blocks cotnposid of more tnan one-half residt-i ' c property, the (onsent of two-thi'ds of the proper ty owners on both sid<~s of the street must be obtained before a uoard can be erected. MANY FRIENDS GATHER AT AXLUND FUNERAL A host of friMids and relatives gathered Saturday at the funeral services for the late A. P. Axlund at the Delta Church. Interment was In the Lynden eemetaty, After living i>. this community for the past 16 years. Mr. Axlund suddenly died at his home in Delta last Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock after an lllneea of about 3 hours. Mr. Axluii l rotfrod in apparently food health Tuesday evening, and was suddenly taken with violent pains In his head and ne...

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