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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

paoi ant 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 EXCHANGE —Two Rhode Is land roosters and three White Leghorn cockerels. Mrs. O. Mad- M»n, Lynden, Box 31. 1-27-lt-* FOR DAY OLD CHICKS —Call up Elzo Gelms, Phone 1813 Lynden. All fair sized orders delivered free. l-27-4t-» FOR SALE —Pony, buggy and com plete outfit to handle Racine Hos iery Enquire Jesse 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 —Twenty acres of river 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. Aisgry, Everson, Wn. Phone MB9 Nobksack. 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 Dlsseil for your A...

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 January 1916

IT S ALWAYS SUMMER HERE A STEAMING hot cup of chocolate or clam broth, a warm dish of chili, a sand wich, or a hot tomale in our lunch room makes the ther mometer go up on the coldest kind of a day. Open at all hours for your comiort. Lynden Confectionery Everybody's and The Tribune—Regu lar price |3.00. Our special price $2.70. TEN CENTS WORTH OF TROUBLE is what you buy wten you fit yourself With "bargain" Wlillc "t-n-.-ort etoe" glaiX'B ir.«y k. i:u limes o-om tn [jlvo yot] .CH'T.i«ra'y re'i f, tbajr aye ' i a vdy luri'o par cel) ago cf tsBMM actually dangerous. It it, never pos sible unicr any ti-cuir.s Pncr-B to ft yOurfloCl with glarsrs that will tec ra.ely curreit ycu. delict* of vison, though tVc qi.allty of t':e glasses was evf Ij tl ing thfit loti'lit be desirea. And ire "tei:-tei.t iter©/' kind is any thing but tlrt. We arc rrcpared ,0 teßt your eyes by scientif'c BMMIf and ir.a!;e you glasses lhat a;c light at reasonable prices. WILBER GIBBS Optician. Bellingham, Wash. Va...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 January 1916

PAGE RIGHT NEW GOODS FOR SPRING Are arriving almost daily. Another bunch of shoes, another consignment of white goods consisting of voiles, dimities, batistes, lawns, etc. We will consider it a pleasure to show you the spring goods, come and try us. Price - $1.00 to $2.00 Messaline Silks Large stock of messaline silks shown in all the best shades 27 inches wide, good heavy quality, r rice per yard 85c Fancy Silks Consisting of stripes, checks and plaids of all the newest shades. Prices from $1.00 to $1.75 Serge All wool serges 36 inches wide guaranteed to be all wool, shown in all the best shades of red, blue, brown and black. Price per yard 50c Other grades in wider widths at per yard 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Wool Poplin Shown 42 inches wide, best of red, gray and brown. Price per yard $1.25 Wool Taffeta Shown in all the best shades of brown, blue, black, green and red. 42 in. wide. Price per yd. $1.25 Gaberdine Fine soft Jieavy material, 48 inches wide, shown in beautiful shades of blue,...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

Vol. VIII SCHOOL CLOSES 2 WEEKS: MEASLES Id an effort to prevent the spread of measles, Lynden's grammar and primary school will be closed un til Monday, Fob. 14, according to an announoemout made this ino.-n --lng by Superintendent P. A. ■Wrljht. The Bchoolti were closed last Fri day, when Dr. F. L. Wood, health officer discovered several cases of measles, and found the disease rap- Idly spreading. It takes two weeks for measles to appear after expos ure, so that by keeping the schools closed and Isolating carefully, the cases. It Is hoped that the epidemic will dio out. The disease had appeared in ten homes, up till last night, and more were being added to the list daily. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. The Girls L'.tcrarv Club met Fri day after school. After a short bus iness session, the following program was given: Debate, "Resolved uctbrellag are more useful than rub bers." Affirmative, Alma Ecker. Negative, Ethel Storrey. The nfflr matlve won. "Maude Adams," sketch, Viola Oc-icL; Song by ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

I'Atife 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. ni. 6:00 p. m. Special Saturday Only 9:00 p. m. STAND IN FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORi Round Trip 78c LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 75c Round Trip. Leave Bellingham From Auto Stage Ujpot 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. in. Special Saturday Only 9 p. m J. Mc I.NNIS Phone R-751 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK Phone 942 -:- Belli: gl.am Bellingham -Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LAUOKHART—DORR Leaves Lynden, Armstrnng-Ham moud's Store, 7:4. r ., 8:30 a. m.; 12:45, 3:30, 5:30 p. m. Leaves Bellingham Heat Room corner Dock ana Holly Sts., 7:00, 10:30 a. in.; 2:30, 4:00, 5:30 p. m. x Lynden Rhone XO9l " Fare 75c Round Trip. * RALPH B. LeCOCQ LAWYER Special attention given 10 Probate matters. aVrsTDEST WUIHOTOI for Quick Lunches and Pirst-tlass Meals Palace Cafe LYNDEN Wm. McDONNEL, Propr. Good, wiiolesome Meals, regular Noo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

LOGAL and PERSONAL f — —.. J Frank Smith, sr. has returned f'i'io New Mexico. Will Galbraith o* Tolt visited In Lynden last week. Remember the Everett Debate Frl day night. The Rev. C. Heines of Seattle preached at the Reformed Church on Grover St. Sunday. Because of the bad weather, the Cooperative Auction Sale scheduled for Saturday has been postponed. Rhoda Priscilla, weight 6% pounds, arrived bright and early- Monday morning at the home of Mi. and Mrs. R. B. LeCocq. Eggs advanced to 35 cents on the Lynden market Monday. Butter is still at the same point, and no Im nediate change is looked for. The next meeting of the W. C. T. V. will be at the home of Mrs. C. E. Hitchcock, Thursday, Feb. 10. 'Mrs. Pixlev is the leader of the pro gram. Inar Renholt Ellofson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ellofson, pissed away Monday at the age of 16. He was a native of Norway. Funeral services have not yet been arrang ed. The lecture of Mrs. G. H. Lock wood Monday night was postponed until Tuesday af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE . -._,_,»., to Ih. Ai»t«c«»«»l of *»«T Pro * Id**. rj«infl»»«»e-«l br »»rrr. lltM h*d taUlr to !>» »«blic ir»t«T«»*. riT I srtoM. gwct. ■ i r«.twrrTf *r- STJIBCWFTIO* BATES Oa* r —*» — *» °- SL» •THEPU3UC PRESS MO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TTtt I Mighty liark Hor-^ a rack cf mfctowra ia «•» •> Ike fVeM trying to m down he _ k[) )tl n/raita\t'-"n. for gerreTno*. E-»rr MCttM of the Sate baa lata] p-t cnterefl. This week. The Tribute rete'ved an invitation to attend a launching; aerty ■* * boon for * Spok«»e *»•-•'• w-oae fane tad not p»*c*«><l A public hanglnT ha* b«*en ar ran;<id for r naay nw»m *" ot the Ci'.y Hall f'/r *-i tho* l * wao w-Utci for a wbite Ci-i»'Esaa- Our -"vrap of Pap**r~ ITaKei Sate* ha« a ' •CTap Of paper" that may eetid a» all to war. V»'tat do yea kr.ow about the tt«eumettt? The Lynden and Everett Higi Seho'/ nz T'.sr s are ?oi-g to argue about osr famoca Monroe l>>cr-lii« >'-.!-." .'.-?.-.'. T'r'A .« »'• otpo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

IT S ALWAYS SUMMER HERE A STEAMING hot cup of chocolate or clam broth, a warm dish of chili, a sand wich, or a hot tomale in our lunch room makes the ther mometer go up on the coldest kind of a day. Open at all hours for your comfort. Lynden Confectionery OLD EYES GROW YOUNG when fitted w.'th et:r cV's-.a. People who :"e past the middle age should glva .heir eyes tho best of attontion A \\.:y wish to rot fin re's n b- IjT good oyeight. Makeshift glasses will not do—in many cases poor glasses f:re worse than none. Wo arc cqriiTCd by lotig cxi'cieiico to fit you with gia. '.oi th; t will eorre t your defects of vis >n and give you an tinexpeted degree of cotr.foit. It doesn't pay 10 take chance;; wiih the doubt ful kind. WILBER GIBBS Optician. New Bank Building. Bellingham, Wash. Everybody's and The Tribune— Regu lar price *3.00. Our special price; |t.7e. Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBER SHOP / clean hot towel for each customer Oopeisite Fanners' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

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 DAY OLD CHICKS —Call up Elzo Gelms, Phone 1813 Lynden. All fair sized orders delivered free. 1-17-41-* FOR SALE —Twenty acres Of river bottom land, all cleared; V* ml'e east of Everßon. 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 Disael for your Alfalfa, Corn and Fn:it Land. Small pay ment down, balance your own time. Oroville, Wash. 11-11-15t to 3-17-* Most Important In your horse is water! Save time and money and have a water plant of your own up on air nressure plan at least cost. Work guaranteed or no pay. If in terested write Lynden R. F. D. No. I. Box 128. LOI'IS K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Novelized by Samuel Field From the Successful Play by ROI COOPER MEGRUE and WALTER HACKETT Copyright 1814-IJI6. by Rol Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett. SYNOPSIS Old Cyrus Martin, the head of the Amer ican soap trust, makes a bet of $SO,OOO with a friend. John Clark, a rival soapmaker. that his (Martin's) son Rodney would be making more money at the end of a yeai than Clark's Ron Ellery MariTrf"takes~hls pretty eecretary. Mai Grayson. Into his confidence and enlist her co-operation. Rodney has been spendthrift, and the father wants to mak him reform and go to work Rodney deftes his father, and Mary U deeply touched at the lad s genuine aftec tion for her. Mary makes a financial bar gain with Ma.-tID to encourage the son tt go to work Ambrose feole. press, agent, meets Roa ney and agree* to go Into business with the lud on a salary basis. Rodney has resolved to go Into the soap Industry and buck the trust Rodney, Peale and Mary go Into the soap trade together Rod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 February 1916

PAGE EIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT GET THE DRESSMAKER busy before the rush. New goods arriving almost daily. Shelves loaded down with new Spring goods direct from the wholesale centers of the east. By buying ot us you are sure of the newest fabrics at the lowest prices. Corsets Henderson corsets are the best. Smart style and com fort combined are the key notes in Spring Corsetry. Have your new spring dress fit over a Henderson. A model for every figure and we have your size. Prices range from $1.00 to $3.50 Serpentine Crepe Serpentine crepe for kirn onas, shown in beautiful patterns either light or dark 30 in. wide. Per Yard 18c Play Ground Suiting Shown in a wide variety of patterns plain or stripe, soft heavy material, 27 inches wide and very strong. Price per yard 12V^c Romper Cloth 32 inches wide, fast colors, either light or dark patterns. Extra heavy and strong Price per yard 15c Shown in gray, blue, black, red and light patterns, all neat figures, good heavy quality. 36 inches...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

Vol. VIII LYNDEN SCHOOLS TO OPEN MONDAY Lynden's grammar and high schools will reopen Monday morn ing- according to an announcement made by the board of education io day. The high school was c!osfd Monday night by the board on ac count of the heavy snows, and ihe grammar school has been shut dove lor two weeks on account of an epidemic of measles. Those who have not had measles in families where measles has brok en out, are strictly requested to retrain at home. Those who have recovered will be permitted to at tend the schools. * The disease has appeared in a •core of families already, and is ■till spreading. FERNDALE Mr. and Mrs. John Marquette have as their guest, their daughter Mrs. N. C. Fitzgerald of Chehalis. Miss Jennie Olson has had as her guest, Miss Pauline Sinnen of Blame. Mrs. L. J. Bowler returned home Friday evening from St. Luke's hos pital. Her sister, Mrs. S. E. Hills 01 Seattle will be with her foi some time. After a several weeks' vlait with her sister, Mrs. J. W....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

PAGE TWO STAGE TIME CARDS TIME CAKD Lynden- BeUingham STAGE LYNDEN LI VERT, Prop. Leave Bellingham 8:00 a, m. 11:00 a. m 2:00 p. m. 6:00 p. ID- Spec.al Saturday Only 9:00 p. in. STAND IN" FRONT OF LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORi Round Trip TSc LYNDEN STAGE TIME CARD 75c Round Trip. I#ave Bellingham Vr-*~< Auto S :a*r# Dopoc 9:00 a. nx. 10:00 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Ooiy * p. ax j Mc nodi Phone R-7 51 -:- Lynden HARRY M. MOCK fhoue 942 -:- BelUignam Bellingham-Lynden CUT RATE STAGE LINE LAUCKHART—DORR Leaves I.yn len. Arrr 3T.'ng-Harc mo d s Store, 7:45, 8:30 a. m.: 12:43, 3:30, 5:30 p. m. Leaves Bellingham Rest Room comer Do.-k and Holly Sts., 7:oO. lv 30 a. m.; 2:30, 4:00. 5: 30 p. m. Lynden Phone XO9l Fare 75c Round Trip. RALPH B. LeCOCQ lawyer Special atteution given to Prolate matters. X.TSSSW WAtmiOTOi for Quick Lunches and First-class Meals Palace Cafe LYNDEN Wm. McDONNEL, Propr. Good. wLoiesome Meals, regular Noonday Dinner. Oysters. Fish and Gam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

LOCAL and PERSONAL The Ketißington Club meeting Which was to have been held Fri day, Feb. 11, haa been postponed. Rev. Heines of Seattle is expect ed to preach here Sunday jn ihe Re formed Church on Grover Street. Dr. and Mrs D. Mulder returned Tuesday afternoon from their visit in California. The Lynden high school basket ball team will pay a return game with Sumas Friday evening at Fu rnas. Bob Bowleg returned to Belling ham Tuesday after conducting the local electric office for a couple of months in the absence of Frank Walsh. The Parents-Teachers Association will hold a session Tuesday nisht. A fine program has been arranged and all are invited to attend. Funeral services were held Sun day afternoon at Knapps Parlors for Jnar Ronholt Ellofson, Son of Mi and Mrs. Peter Ellofson, who pa; sed away last Monday. The; Rev. Paul Ashby conducted the services. John Vaiidcryacht has sold his grocery and confectionery store! to Albert J. Le Young and John Breen. The new owners will take ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

PAGE FOUR the: lynden tribune A Naw , pa9Sr Dcv oted lo Iht AdTtßCtmaat of I»"7 Fr«- (raaaiva Ida*. '. ninHuiinctd fax party, iad • ttacbed aolalr to Iba public mur«it a*. Lrniira- Wsaimrn Cesser. ffaKitftoa. Erery ThirwJar. Esi«r«d aa Stax i-~ *aa Ha-J Starter a: -.be NM(M Waafcioeton. SUa3CaIIf*TIOS BATES—Ow laavSUt: Bex Maslai TSe "null aal Feraasw Oat If tar. Car In Klnaet. AdTwcaiE* Kaiaa IB Appßeatiaa- 'THE PUBLIC PRESS NO LESS THAN PUBLIC OFFICE IS A PUBLIC TRUST" The Tribute belP-ves in prep-.red re-j. It would like to ■•ay s"> m thing about the weather, and offers IU reader, a choice of the follow- Irq paragraphs to be taken as the snggts's: » • • No 1 (To b; read if fre thaw c nues to rtake tie snow not.) WetoetJW, Friend Fair-and-Warrr er. We haven't s-'-en your nan.c m«ntioned by the weather bureaus for centurion: it must haTe been along iboot B-.-c IT or so when you gave way to Cominned-Rain and SLOw-atd-Colde;. We know you're brought Brother Prosoerity with you. and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

THE BLIZZARD HINDERS THE DIVORCE SALE Of Jones & Rathman at Lynden, Washington It's Got To Be Continued $2,500 Has Got To Be Forthcoming •We Are Going To Push Every Article Front For Quick Selling From Side To Side, Every Shelf Must Be Swept Clean The Knife Guts Into Every Article In the Store Remember We Must Have $2,500 and Have It Quick Read • • Read Again • - Read It Still Again $10.00 and $8.00 rain coats marked for quick sell ing and to get the cash Boys* mackinaw coats. Real $5.00 macks, waterproof too. All sizes from 28 to 34. For quick action A big buy in all wool Shaw Knit sox. Regular 50c Shaw Knit priced to get the cash $5.00 all wool Sweaters, many colors, all sizes. Do it now, quick $3.00 Jerseys, V neck, all wool , Quick action All Goods Marked Plainly, With Reductions IT'S A BIG SAVING Make The Store Your Headquarters. Tell Your Neighbors * Lynden $4§2 $2.§0 2 pr. 75c $202 Ah Goods Sold For (Bash Only JONES 6c RATHMAN THE LTNDEN TRIBUNE THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 191«. O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

PAGE STX 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 DAY OLD CHICKS —Call up Elzo Gelms, Phone 1813 Lynden. All fair sized orders delivered free. 1-27-41-* FOR SALE—Twenty acres of river bottom land, all cleared; V* ml'e east of Everson. House, barn, six cows and mnchinery included. For further information write or call on P. C. Avery, Everson, Wn Phone M6B Nooksuck. 12-9-tf-0 FOII 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 Dissert for your Alfalfa, Corn and Fruit Land. Small pay ment down, balance your own time. Oroyllle, Wash. 11-11-15t to 3-17-* Most important in your house is Water! Save time and money and have a water plant of your own up on air pressure plan at least cost. Work guaranteed or no pay. If in terested write Lynden R. F. D. No. 2 Box 128. LOUIS KRU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

FEELING CHILLY? TRY OUR CHILI A FINE DISH of hot chili in our lunch room will warm you up. It is delicious. Hot tomales, sandwiches and warm drinks at all hours. -:- Lynden Confectionery It's Up To You YOU ALONE know best about the faring of those eyes. The achings, the sore ness, the waterings and musty vls'ons. YOU ALONE have the power to change them — to preserve and enjoy life to the full. Consultation here is thor ough and fiee and prices of glasses within reach of all. WILBER GIBBS Optician. New Bank Building. Bellingham, Wash. Everybody's and The Tribune—Regu lar price $3.00. Our special price $2.70. Van Zon & Powers SANITARY BARBER SHOP A clean hot towel for each customer Oopoaite Farmers' Mercantile Co. LYNDEN BARBER SHOP ■cxi boob to roiT orricß. First Class Barbering Shears Ground Umbrella" Manded Agency for Pacific Steam Laundry PACIFIC STEAM LAUNDRY CEAI. zaKOLM, Prop's. Established 1889 Wa Are Always at Your Service BalUarnam, Wash. TU LTHSM BAEBEB BHOP la agent fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 February 1916

PAGE EIGHT We bid you come to our store now and Economize, not only on shoes but on all your needs as we haye the low price always, In spite of the prevailing high prices and uncertain market conditions we still maintain the same low prices as before and know you can save money by trading with us. With Selby, Maxine and White House shoes for ladies, Buster Brown for boys and girls, White House, Rika-log and Stilson Kellog for men, we feel sure we can serve you best LADIES' SHOES The new Spring styles are now here. Maxine Maxine the flexible sole shoe, comfortable and stylish, shown in the new lasts and toes. Either military lace or button. "~ Prices - - $3.25 to $3.50 Selby Selby shoes are known the world over for style, comfort and durability. Shown in patent, gun metal and kid, button or lace. All the newest toes, lasts, etc. Prices $3.00 to $3.50 White House Shown in button or lace, gun metal, kid or patent leather, toe cap or plain, wide range of styles to choose from. Prices - ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 February 1916

Vol. VIII DANGER OF ROODS BELIEVED PAST Danger of serious flood in the Nookaack river va'ley as a result of rains and melting snow is believed to be past for the present. The river began receding Tuesday night arid at no time reached a dangerous height. At Everson, a part of some fa Re work that was built last, summer lo give additional support to \l'e B. and N. railroad bridge, was carried out, and passengers were transfer led around the bridge. The county wagon bridge was in no danger. From Wbrtben on, tie tracks of the ral road were under water. No mail was roci ived in Lyudeu over t'je railroad Wednesday. At five jP.ni., 1 ' ! 0 sacks wise, brought from ■SslUughara by stage. MANY FRIENDS GATHER AT PLANK SERVICES Funeral services for the late Mrs. Jennie Reed Plank were he d Sun day at 11 a. m. at ..he Baptist Church. Mrs. Plank during her residence in Lynden, had made many friends, who filled the church. The cas'tet was covered with many beautiful f oral offerings. Rev. P. H. Ua...

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