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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

PA»« TWO DO YOU MIND— . , . r If we save you a few hard earned dollars for a week? If you are going to buy any shoes, jrygooos o men's wear, during the week, we are the little W« that will save you bigaguars. , I u/p ran t Dunch cards on cut prices tho. W e have reconstructed our premium department, so will have pleasant news to tell you. l,ome. w c — r VISIT OUR SLASH SALE FROM 15th TO 22nd We've Cut the Stuffin' Out of Prices!! ARMSTRONG-HAMMOND CO. STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CARD ' •> Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY. Prop. Leave Lynden 8:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Only 7:00 p. m Leave Bellingham 8:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Only 9:00 p. in. STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE Round Trip 78c LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 76c Round Trip. Leave Bellingham From Auto Stage Depot 7:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:0« p. m. 3:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. , v «:00 p. m. Special Saturday j Only Ip. ns J. Mc INNIS Phone ...

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. — 13 January 1916

LOCAL and PERSONAL V. F. Randall is now recovering. Mrs. Plank waa taken to the hos pital at Bellingham Tuesday. George E?z of Bellingham vi3ited in l)yndeii Wednesday. Jack Gale is convaregcing after a seve-e attack of the grirpe. Born Jan. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Hendricks a son. Louis Helder is suffe log from an attack of pneumonia. R. L. Avcrill was one of the sick esi on the gripr.e liet this week, but he is now recovering. Residents across Fishtrap creek have been cut off from the city wa ter supply by the freezing of the big, main over the creek. Little Lenna Bodine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bodine, is re covering af L er an<*ttack of pneu monia. Mrs. Kirker, 84 Bears old, rrrand nujihor of Miss ELpe Sweet, passed away In Bellingham Sunday. Pun oral services were held Monday af ternoon. The Rev. J. G. Brouwer ?nd fam ily will leave Lynden Thursday for tleir new home in the E.-ist. They hall expected to depart last S-tur day, but decided to remain a little longer. A'l...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

PACE i>OUIt THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE Newspaper Devoted to the Advancement of Ivery Pro gressive Idea. Uninfluenced by party, and attacked soUly to the public interest. Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday. Entered as Secend-Class Hail Matter at the Post-Office, Lynden. Washinston. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 11.50: Six Months 75c; Panada and Foreitrn One Year. $2.00 In Advance. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. "THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" Buttermilk sales have Increased 100 per cent In Seattle since Jan. 1, and the consumption of cloves, lem on peel and coffee beans has drop ped off to a more shadow. Maybe, next week we'll print for ty-eight extra pages in order to give a list of those who have the grippe. A 'County' Fair One of the bis problems of ibe directors of the Whatcom Coun'y Pair Association has been to Bubsti tnto "Whatcom Cc.unty Pair" for "Lynden Fair" in tho minds of the citizens of the district. Eve...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

CORRESPONDENCE 1 FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES By the Tribune* Special Correspondents I FERNDALE On Saturday evening Miss Mar. gverite Morton entertained the crowd who had been coasting on Swede Hill. A midnight lunch was served. Mrs. Wm. Packard and son of Bellingham have been the gues:s of the former's sister, Mrs. Berne Hud son. Miss Esther Peterson is visiting friends in Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lundin who have SPEED UP FARMERS, •if you want some of our burnt clay drain tile at $20.00 fcr 3 in. $25.00 for 4 in., and $35.00 fcr 6 in. it is'go ing fast because of the big reduc tion. Get your orders in now, as the supply is lixltcd. Lynden Co orerative Co. l-6-tf-» F. L. WOOD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR Obstetrics a Specialty X,yndan, Wash. BE^REPARED ropraMrJHMics JVLAGAZINE 300 ARTICLES- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS informed of the World's Progress in *» Engineering, Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and All the Family. It appeals to all classes-Old and Young—Me...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

PAGE SIX DO YOU? See handbills for an idea of what to expect. Theprice tickets on scores of other articles taken from ALL Departments TALK LOTIDKR than we can write here. _ DO YOU? ARMSTRONG-HAMMOND CO. 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 DIAMOND RING —Parte who ato> Diamond It:ng return at once by maH or prosecution will fo! o» immediately. 1-13-lt-* FOR SALE —Registered Berkshire boars, ahoats and six weeks o'd pigs. H. E. Rogers, manager Bridgeview Farm. Phone 1708. 12-30-tf-0 FOR SALE —Twenty aces of rivt'r bottom land, all cleared; V* mi c east of Everson. House, barn, six cows and machinery included. For further information write or call on P. C. Avery, Everson, Wn. Phone M 59 Nooksack. 12-9-tf-0 FOR SALE —Second hand range, cheap. Lynden Grade School. See Art Bruns. 12-2-tf-0 NEW WEST OKANOGAN IRRI GATION DISTRICT. Write to E. D. C. van Dissetl fo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

SOME LIKE IT HOT SOME LIKE IT COLD So we are ready to serve either warm or cold lunches at all hours. Hot chocolate, hot chili, hot tomales -all de licious. Try them. Lynden Confectionery Everybody's and Tbe Tribune—Regu lar price $3.00. Our special price Beware of Loose Lenses To the uninitiated, it may seem that a loose lens 's a trivial affair. And in :x>me cases it is. But with sorre eye defects having the lensts in the cor rect optical position before tbe eyes is of great import ance. The above i'lustrat'on plainly indicates what hap pens when the lens becomes loosened. We are glad to make H'Ve adjustments such i<a 'Lighten ing a lens or replacing a screw without charge. Just drop in any time, even though you did not get your glasses here. WILBER GIBBS Optician. New Bank Building. Bellingham, Wash. Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBER SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer Ooposite Farmers' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP BTEXT D GOB TO POST OrFICE. First Class Barter...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 January 1916

PACK EIGHT OVER 500 PAIR of shoes for men, women and children. Consisting of the well known makes of Buster Brown, for boys and girls, Maxine, for ladies and White House, for men. Shown in all the latest leathers and lasts. Come, let us show you. JUST RECEIVED No. 696, Price $2.50 Shirting Flannel Good heavy quality, 30 inches wide Shown in blue aad red only. Price per yard - - 50c Bathrobe Cloth Shown 27 inches wide, good heavy material, neat patterns. rnce per yard 35c Flannelette Heavy flannelette [or kimonos, in both light and dark patterns. Price per yard - - 15c Serpentine Crepe Shown in beautiful patterns of either dark or light ground, 30 in. wide. Price per yard - - 18c Crettonnes Large stock of crettones and draper ies, wide range of designs and prices. Price per yard 12V2 C to 20c Wool Challies Shown in dainty designs, mostly light patterns, 27 inches wide. Price per yard - - 35c Turkish Towels Large size, 45x22, good heavy weight, double, terry. Price each - ■ ■ 25c Bed ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

Vol. VIII HE TELLS HOW TO IMPROVE DAIRYING C. S. Mcßride, state dairy in spector, after an examination of Whatcom County dairies, published in the American-Reveille the follow ing report which should be of in terest to the district: Whatcom county, which is the largest dairy county in the state, hat about 1,200 dairy farms, on which there are about 13,500 cows. These dairies ranse in size from the four cow dairy to the large plants of the Royal Dairy company and Wl'aon- Nobles-Barr company, with over 100 head each. The main dairy belt follows tbe bottom lands of ihe N<x>ksack very closely. Lynden is ihe dairy center of the county. As a general rule, from a.sanltary standpoint cone'tions are good, and the dairy nrod'.uts su.-b as butter, cheese and condensed milk are oi high quality. BREEDING There is s:ill great room for Im provement among the dairy herds a'ong the lines of breeding. The avu'uce milk production p*r cow it atout 4,500 pounds per year. Fig ured on an average bat...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

PAGE TWO STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CARD Lynden- Bellingham STAGE LYNDEN LIVERY. Prop. Leave Bellingham 8:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Only 9:00 p. m. STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE Round Trip 75c LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 75c Round Trip. Leave BelUugham From Auto Stave Depot 7:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. in. 4:00 p. m. «:00 p. tn. Special Saturday Only j v m j. Mc INNIS Phone R-751 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK Phone 942 -:- Bellli:gtiam Bellingham -Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LA UCKHA RT —DORR Leaves Lynden, Armstrong-Ham moud'a Store, 7:40, 8:30 a. m.; 12:46, 3:30, 5:30 p. ra. Leaves Bellingham Rest Room, corner Dock and Holly Sts., 7:00, 10:30 a. m.; 2:30, 4:00, 5:30 p. m. Lynden Phone XO9l Fare 75c Round Trip. RALPH B. LeCOCQ LAWYER Special atteotion given to Probate matters. Linii, waam-iKOTO* Tor Quick Lunches and first-class Meols Palace Cafe LYNDEN Wm. McDONNEL, Propr. Good, wholesome Meals, regular Noon-day Dinner....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

LOCAL ANO PERSONAL Louis Heldcr li now convalescing. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bo vcnkanip, Wednesday, a son. Miss Clu-istine Johnson visited at her home in Blame over Sunday. Born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. K. Van Dieot, a son. Jacob H"ksbcrgen has returned from Seattle where he underwent an or oration. Tho Masons rostponed their in stallation core-monies from as week until next Thursday because of the bad weather T! c Heun family will move to Bfllinuhara this week. Mrs. Heun and Kenneth Heun wi'l return to Lyndon two days a week to give music lessons. Twelve boa of young sto. k be lt nging to Charleu Galbraith wen t' owned in tho Nooksack Friday They were being driven down v drink from a hole in the ice, but ran out on tho thin ice and fell II roUaTk. The first, regular s ssion of " the Lyndon Night School Wednesday brought out an enrollment of t' i'ty tyo. Several oilicrs have notified Su;)orintend< nt P. A. Wright that they wish to attend, bo that the registration prom iocs to...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

the, lynden tribune: g _ at9r D*TOt*4 ioth»A«»»»««ttt« Of Lt»tt Pr«>. <r4M i v « id**-. us»iaafa«»*»»e>e>«i •*»• •»»•«»•. attached eolely to the tmbUc intere.t. PuMiabed at Lyndee, Wtatecm Coactj. Wutmrun, E»err Tbaradar. Enured ai Seeuod-Ctaae Mail Hatter »t the Poat-Oftot, Lrnder, Weefcmruai. RirßSOtimO-J BATES »*»»*S TSe. r«n»d» and forms* One Year KLaT. •THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" An Example Tie sheriff of King County raid ed a fashionable club in Seattle tble week and 'ound 400 quarts of ex pensive liquors. This should make Whatcom Coun ty officials a trifie envioui. But we venture to say that a slight stir ring on the part of our home offi cers would produce a showing equally as good. For tbe fact re irams'tbat Bellingham and one or two other points in the county are still quite damp. Tbe local slang inspector should observe that several people are cut ting quite a bit of ice around Ly: - den this week. Their Own Cure-All AfUrr p...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

CORRESPONDENCE FROM NEARBY TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES By the Tribune'e Special Correspondent* GREENWOOD Many people arc Buffering from the grippe In this vicinity. Tom Scott expects to leave this v-e<?k for Seattle to work in a log ging camp there. Al Knutzen is suffering from the grippe this week. The cold snap froze potatoes nnd other vegetables right in the i-ellare Roy and Erwin Brown returned to their home here Wednesday. The New Years Bali at Ten Mi'.e Grange proved a great success. Reports from Biroh Bay are the weather is colder there than here. Willis E. Johnson's 17 months' old baby nearly drowned in a tub o r water Thursday. Being too cold to live in a tent, Mrs. phet Scott and children :ire siayiiug at Mrs. Scott's father's, Wi 1 .- --haW' J/bnson, till the cold snfp is Mrs. Wi'lis E. Johnson is on the sick list. The mall carrier *n*a tinob'e U> Chicken Profits Go Up When your chickens scratch by Electric Light. We Can Prove It To You. PUGET SOUND TRACTION, LIGHT & ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

PAQB BIX 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—Pony, buggy and com plete outfit to handle Racine Hos iery. Enquire Jeßse Pym, West Front St. 1-20-lt-* FOR RENT —-Seven room house, 6th and Liberty. J. W. Edwards, care Taylor and Riddle. l-20-3t-* FOR SALE—Registered Berkshire boars, shouts and six weeks old pies. H. E. Rogers, manager Brldgeview Farm. Phone 1708. 12-30-tf-0 FOB SALE —Twenty acres of river bottom land, all cleared; Vi ml'e east of Everson. House, bam, six cows and machinery included. For further information write ot call on P. C. Avery, Everson, Wn. Phone M 59 Nooksack. 12-9-tf-0 FOR SALE—Second hand range, cheap. Lynden Grade School. See Art Bruna. 12-2-tf-0 NEW WEST OKANOGAN IRRI GATION DISTRICT. Write to E. D...C. van Dlssed for your Alfalfa, Corn and Frc.lt Land. Small pay ment down, balance your own time. Oroville, Wash. 11-11-15...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

SOME LIKE IT HOT SOME LIKE IT COLD So we are ready to serve either warm or cold lunches at all hours. Hot chocolate, hot chili, hot tomales—all de licious. Try them. Lynden Confectionery Everybody's and The Tribune —Regu Uir price $3.00. Our special price $2.70. "BACKWARD STUDENTS" arc of: on unjustly a ecus d of laziners or Inattention. Stat itlea collected ly re liably educational autho hub have shown that at lent. 7 5 por cent of t.t>e so-caMcd "backward", "stupid" or 'in subordinate)" children suffer from defec'ive vis on. in many cases properly fitted glasses hi ye made a model student out of tbe Worst boy in school. 'You can scarcely expect your child to t: ko a lively in terest in his or her studies if han McAppOd by poor eye sight. We make a s;iec icily of caring for cchoo] children's eyes. Saturday forenoon is "children's day" here. WILBER GIBBS Optician. New Bank Building. Bellingham, Wash. Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBKR SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer Oo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 January 1916

PAGE EIGHT Are arriving almost daily. Our showing will be more complete than ever this year. In spite of the prevailing high prices and uncertain market conditions our present low prices will be maintained. ■ Exclusive Agency For Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes On account of our method of buying in advance of the market we are able to give you values and merchandise that can not be obtained otherwise. The dye situation is a very serious one, and only by anticipating our needs are we able to present you such a showing. Attica Voile Attica satin ribbon voile, 38 inches wide, with wide satin stripe pink and blue patterns. Yd. 50c Silk Stripe Mirabeau Beautiful patterns of pink, white, etc. with small satin strip. 36 inches wide. Price, yd. 25c Alista Voile Shown in a white ground with large figures, blue yellow, etc. Also with stripe and figure. 38 inches wide. Price per yd. 25c Woven Stripe Voile Neosho woven stripe voile, 3 2 inches wide, white with small blue stripe. Price per yard 2...

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. — 27 January 1916

Vol. VIII TOWNSHIPSTO START YEAR WITH PRIMARY Lyrder* township will hod its primary election Tuesday, Feb. 15, and Delta township has scheduled its p'imury Wednesday, Feb. 16. Tho township elections are the fpst in the big 1916 series which Will terminate with the naming of ■ president of the United States. An important fact for county vot ers to remember was brought out today by F. P. Close, clerk of Lyn den Township, who says that the law will not permit the oponiny of registration books between the pri mary and the township election. The following election notices are of interest to the voters of the dis trict : IfcPTiCE OF CLOSING OF REGIS TRATION TO THE VOTERS OF LYNDEN TOWNSHIP. You are hereby no'ified that the registration boo's of Lynden Town shio will c OCSd to registration Feb. 5, 1916. All persons wishing to vote at either the primary or an nial township election must register on or before the above date. The registration offices are at the resi dence of C. B. Bay, Precin...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

PAGE TWO THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE, A Niwiptp>r De>vote>d to th* Adnnc*m«nt of Irarr Pre* grvsetve Idea, Uninfluenced bjr party, end attached •oUlrtoth* public Interest. Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington, Every Thursday. Entered aa Second-Class Mail Matter at the Poet-Office, Lynden, Washington. 9UB3CKIPTION BATES On» Year 11.50; Six Months ?sc: Canada and Foreign One Year. S2.W In Advance. Advertising Kate. Fumiahed on Application. •THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" OUR COUNTY JOKERS The back of the three Weeks' siege of winter weather waa broken Wed nesday afternoon. —Fern da le Record. The backbone of winter is broken ard with the return of sunshine and warm weather business is again re viving—South Bellingham Sentinel. We are beginning to wish now that we had received a few tons "f hay for Christmas instead of al these government bonds and jewels. An Educational Fair The move to use a part. . f the Manufactures Building at the Coun t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

Special Feature Tues. NigHt Feb. 1, 1916 VIVIAN MARTIN IN "THE LIT TLE DUTCH GIRL." In the World Film Corporat inn's five-part photop oy "The Litfe Dutch Girl," VivW n Martin, tbe personification of diminutive win scmenoss, grace and beauty >n the screen, has a part wlrch will sure y delight her counttes admirers in filia fandom. Mi-is Martin has made a personal success in al of the World Film offerings in which she has appeared, and in "The Little Dutch Gir 1 ," she makes a delight ful addition to the list. As "The Little Dutch Gir ," she develops from a homeless liule Ho- Und foundling into a pretty maiden whose foster father dies, leaving her alone in the v.orld wi< h a few coins, a cottage and a flower gar den. She attracts toe love tf ati artist, but In returning it she finds that her ideal is of very Domtrtoc clay. So the poor little Dutch girl gees away and dice. It is a poem ts well as a pic tvrc, with very pleasing views and sets, and a cast o* clever actors and actrc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

PAGE FOUR Rathman Divorces the Clothing Business Mr. Rathman's decision to withdraw from the firm of Jones & Rathman comes at an fortunate time. The Company's affairs are in pretty bad shape, they are long on merchandise and short on cash. Mr. Jones must get the money to buy Mr. Rathman's half of the business—creditors are clamoring for their money. To effect a settlement of the firm's affairs, Jones & Rathman's stock of mens clothing, furnishing goods, hats and men's and boys' shoes has been placed in my hands with orders to "Sell It To the People For Quick Gash" Everything Reduced—Not a Price Left Whole Any suit in Jones & Rathman's Store including*' Stei n "Kuppenheimer makes in desirable dark col- — AA ors. Good patterns, all sizes. $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 men's suits all go at $8.00 and $ 10.00 raincoats for men, cashmere and rubberized ones included, all sizes. Choice * Men's "Dutchess'' trousers the $4.50 and $5 qualities, in all desirable patterns and sizes. Ch...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

My Orders Are "Sell This Stock" J Jones & Rathman have a nice stock, it's all good dependable merchandise carefully sel ected, desirable in every respect. The men's clothing is the product of such well known makers as "Kuppenheimer" and "Stein-Bloch.'' "O'Donnell" shoes are good as any made in this country and "Mallory" hats are standard values the world over. In the Furnishing Goods Department, "Silver" shirts, "Coopers" and "Medlicott" underwear, "Holeproof" hosiery were featured. All these Nationally advertised lines of men's wearables, in fact everything in Jones & Rathman's Store must go. The stock has been placed in my hands with orders to sell it to the people. Selling Starts Saturday, January 29th Men's $2, $2.50 and $3 wool flannel overshirts, military and flat collars, colors blue, brown, gray Mens $1.25 and $1.50 dress shirts, military and flat collars and banded necks, all sizes, every wanted colorings. Choice Men's everyday shirts of stainless black sateen oi tr...

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