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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 August 1908

THE ILYMDEN TRIBUNE VOLUME ONE. Five Oldest Pioneers of Washington Reading from left to right: Ezra Meeker of Pierce County, Mr*. Mnry E. Lysle, N. V. Sheffer, Mrs. Mary P. Ta\ve> un i William Jarman fst mding) all >»r Whatc >m County, — Photo published hy courtesy of The Evening American. LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrieh. INSURE in a reliable company Wilh Swim and Aldrieh. Harry Elder and family wan! to Birch Bay Tuesday. Just reeived some Jardinieres. Cill and see them.--R. M. Landaal Druii Co LIST your property wilb Bixby and Bakker if you wish to sell. Rev. D. H. Muyskens of Seattle, wh i is well known in Lynden, has accepted a call to Oak Harbor, Wash. Mr. and Mrs: Lewis of Everett were in Lynden over Sunday visiting Mr. Hnd Mrs. < ottin ... j WE WRITE fire insurance in the very . best and safest companies. Bixby and ' Bakker. W. It. Ferguson left for New West minster this morning with a load of produce for market. WE KEEP track of all the snaps in re...

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. — 13 August 1908

THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE üblished at Ly_den, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. . D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager. Application made for entry as second-class matter in the postoffice at Lynden, Washington. _____ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance ..... *}'£Ji In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance ■'" Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. Cards of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, five cents for each line each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Wednes day afternoon. Advertising Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy or copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. The Fairchild-Mead bunch are in a sorry fix! They have mix ed up a dose of poison for the Mcßride boosters which Dr. People has concluded they must swallow the...

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 August 1908

Farms for Sale *? ** e « fln f clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road An rnn ° 6 Price with crop t>OiSUD 66 acres river bottom, new house, barn, IA AAA and orchard-a tine j)laee. Price IZpUUU 40 acres clay,all tdearetlg".»'. :d buildings, *A AAA eloae io—flue place. ]> r i t . e ODiZUU 40 acres unimproved clay land" Price $550 Houses in town from $550 up to $2,500 Town lots from $rio up. have a long lUt of farms for sale. W. I. Baker (EL Company R. M. LANDAAL DRUG CO. Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines and Sundries AffOntS for the latest EDISON VICTOR COLUMBIA and STAR PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS For all the above machines Now Records Just Received Dissolution Notice To Whom it May Concern: We the undersigned have t ins day by mutual consent dissolved the part nership known as the Laridaal-Kort lever Drug Co. Ihe business will be contiuued by the R. M. Landaal Drug Co. who will pay all accounts owed by the Landaal Kortlever Drug Co. and recei...

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. — 13 August 1908

THE BEST $1.90 NEWSPAPER Subscribe Now We do first-class Job Work and can satisfy the most particular persons. Fine Stationery and Society Cards a specialty. Posters printed on very short notice Let us figure on your next printing order. TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY When Should You Register? Over at Blame the town clerk is advertising that the books for reg istering voters will be closed on August 20 till after the September primaries. Over at Sumas tbe town clerk is advertising that the books for registering voters will close August 15th till after the primaries September 8. Under the registering law for general fall elections the books are to be closed for twenty days prior to election but there is no provision for registering for the priinarv fur ther thau the statement, "Every qualified person properly registered as a voter in the election precinct entitling him to vote at the ensuing flection where registration is re quired * * * shall be entitled to participate in the primary el...

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 September 1908

VOLUME ONE. LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrieh. FOR A perfect fit suit go to Grant the tailor C tf . SEE GRANT, the Tailor, you buy your fall suit C tf Choicest Toilet Soap on sale at, Ever ett Cash Grocery. 9-2t GENUINE HARLEM OIL. 2.5 c per bottle, at K. M. Landaal Drug Co. Smfmty Deposit Soxes for rent at the bank. INSURE in a reliable company with Swim and Aldrieh. L. Berkpian of Bellingham was in Lynden on busiuess Tuesday. For Sale—'A brood sow and boar, O I C stock. Enquire Tribune office. 9-3tp Smfmty Deposit Boxes for rent at the bank. 9-3t Latest designs in school tablets just received.—Everett Cash Grocery. t»-2t For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. For Sale—A ten acre ranch. Enquire of Barney Ten Pass. Mt FOR SALE or trade for stock—One 5 year old mare; weight 15,00 pounds. S. T. Jackman. For Rent: 6-room house on Edson St. Phone 4907 or see Mrs. Beckstrom WE lit and sell glasses of all kinds. R. M. Landaal Drug Co. Smfmty...

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. — 3 September 1908

THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE. TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager. Application made for entry aa •econd-clasa matter in the poatoffice at Lynden, Washing-ton. _ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. QO One Year in Advance l'flO In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance *• Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. Cards of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, five cents for each line each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Wednes day afternoon. Advertising Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy 01■ copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. Captain Fairchild's prodigy has developed two heads, one has the features of our good (?) governor Albert E. Mead and the other, strange to say, that of a man name...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1908

Anions the Islands IN CAMP ON ORCAS ISLAND. TO THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE : Sunday Aug. 23,—We1l today being Sunday we are taking things easy. We received a copy of the TRIBUNE and were glad to get it. Thanks for same. 1 see by the papers that the Political Pot Is boiling; better look out or it will fclop over. The hard south wind last night cleared up the Bmoke somewhat, so much so we can see across to the mainland today, but have not seen a boat stirring. A large steamer is passing our camp at this tine headed for Bellingham on her way from Vancouver, B. c. on' her way to San Francisco, it is a splendid sight to see a large steamer ploughing alou;; through the seas. Yeslerdsy afternoon the fast sailing yacht, Two Step came up the Bay; like a racehorse, sailing before the wind, but Just off our camp they came to and took a reef in their sails. They: had too much canvas and ran to the beach one mile to the westward of us and landed and went into camp anchoring their boat, and they are, stil...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 September 1908

Greenwood Mr. Seelev, a former resident of Greenwood, bss been visiting old ac quaintances here. He resides at Beach on Lummi Island. Mr. and Mrs C: Boehriuger went to the County-seat, Friday! Fred Eisner and his sister, Lena, spent Saturday evening at the home of J. W. Blowers. Messrs. Courtney and Seeley were callers at Greenwood Home, Wednesday. Mr. and Lee Parish and daughter, Bessie, spent Saturday afternoon in the Gem City. Mr. Griffith and family were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hobinson Sunday afternoon. There will be church services at the Greenwood schoolhouse Sunday, Sept. 27. All are invited. Mrs. Porter returned home Saturday after visiting relatives near Northwood Mrs. Bowman is recovering srom her recent illness. Delta and Sunny Side Joe Axling of Ferndale was calling on old friends In this neighborhood last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mersbergen visited at the Zweegman home Thursday. Miss Curry of Ferndale was visit ing with Mrs. B. Axlund last week. Last week A. E...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 September 1908

Vol. 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL I FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrieh Get your sale dates at tbe State Bank. D. L. Steffe went to Bellingham, Saturday. FOR A perfect fit suit go to Grant tbe tailor 6 tt Miss Rouls returned from Tacoma, Tuesday evening. Judge Philips, of Bellingham, was In town yesterday. TAKE your job printing to The Tri bune office. Mr. Reynolds of Custer, was In Lynden, Tuesday. WE DEAL principally In snaps, Swim and Aldrieh. Mr. George Miller and wife attended the show, Monday. ' INSURE In a reliable company wltb ■ Swim and Aldrieh. 1 Frank Bixby made a business trip to Bellingham, Monday. < 1 BEE GRANT, the Tailor, before , you buy your fall suit C tf George Era went to Bellingham on be auto stage yesterday. Last Friday, Uncle Jerry Smith had! ll a alight stroke of paralysis. t For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bjstwick. t Miss Clara Liberty of Everson spent 1 Sunday with Lynden friends. * d For Rent: 6-room bouse on Edsi n St. Phone 4907 or s...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 September 1908

THE. LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at X,ynden, WashiQgtoii, ,evary Thursday *y THC TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. ' H. E. Stuart, Business Manager Entered as second-class matter, July 8. 1908, at the post office at Lynden, Washington, under trie Act of March 3, 1879. •• * SUBSCRIPTION IJATES. <?*,. * One Year in Advance.. •••• ••j'gi In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance..... A' •, \\ Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. . Cards of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, aye cents for each une each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon. Advertising Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy opcopy fb • :tiige of advertisment must be in this officehot later than Tuesday noon. ND now somebody wants to contest the primary election j A j law! Well it will stand some changing but it ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 September 1908

Farms for Sale cloaem - Price with crop OO.OUU 66 acres river bottom. r^vv^^e^^ —in nn#% andorchard-a fine mW pS |2 9 000 40 acres clay,all An nnn close in-fli l e^e l $6,000 Houses in town from $550 up to $2,500 Town lots from $00 up. have a long list of farms for sale. W. I. Baker <H Company COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Rotten Row. C. U. Brown was clearing land last week. William Brlgham returned home, Saturday. L. E. Whipple sold a cow one day last week. L. E. Whipple Is cutting his oats' this week. Mrs. Deems is visiting a few days in Bellingham. Louise Whipple worked in Sumas, two days last week. School began Monday in the new : choolhouse at Northwood. Mrs. Brlgham and Mrs. Younts were Everson visitors last week. j Mrs. Brown and Mac Whipple were' shopping in Lynden, Saturday. George W. Whipple and family vis-: Ited his brother, L. E. Whipple, Sun dsy. Greenwood Lee Parish and family went to Bell ingham, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fruedenberg enter tained Rev. F. Thlel, Saturday even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 September 1908

Public Sale. I will sell st public .auction at my place one halt mile south and one half mile east ot the Roo saw mill and four miles south of Lynden, commencing' at 10 o'clock a m., Thursday, October 1, 1908, the following described property: Five Horses: One Sorrel Gelding, nine years old, weight 1300 pounds; one buckskin mare, six years old, weight 1200 pounds; one black mare, six years old, weight 1,000 pounds, one two year old colt and one yearling colt. Thirteen Cattle: Eight cows, two two year old heifers coming fresh, one two year old steer, and two heifer calves. Household Goods: Consisting of ta bles, chairs, bureaus, beds, sofa, book case, two six hole ranges, carpets and other household furnishings. Farm Implements, Feed, etc.: One mower, one rake, one disc harrow, four plows, three cultivators, one garden seeder, one green bone grinder, one and one half horsepower gasoline en gine, one Kitselman wire fence ma chine, will weave forty rods per day, eight tons of clover an...

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. — 1 October 1908

Vol. l LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrieh. Get your aale dates at the State Bank. TAKE your job printing to The Tri bune office. WE DEAL principally In snaps. Swim and Aldrieh. INSURE In a reliable company with Swim and Aldrieh. SEE GRANT, the Tailor, before you buy your fall suit G tf Trade In Lynden the busiest berg In the Nooksack Valley. Good Pears wanted —Plngrey Pro duce Company, Bellingham, Wash. For sale or trade for cattle —My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. FOR A perfect fit ault go to Grant the tailor 8 tf Y. H. Tromp was In Bellingham, over Sunday. i Mrs. Worth of Bellingham is vlsltlnt Mrs. J. R. Vail this week. Ed. Swanson and wife of Ferndale, 1 visited in Lynden over Sunday. * We want a correspondent from ev ery neighborhood in the county. 1 v The new pastor, Rev. J. M. Wilder will preach at the M. E. church next Sunday. " If you fail to get your Tribune don't fail to let us know and we wil send you a one. A Mr. and Mrs. Horton left yes terday f...

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. — 1 October 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. HE. SrUAßT^BusinessMa^ager Entered as second-claa. matter, July 8.1908. at the post office at Lynden. Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . mtjOQ One Year in Advance.. V-'--" 1 - 50 In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance. • •• • • I Correspondence .elicited. Communication, lor publication ahou be s.gned by the Mirier lor the reference of this office. . „ Cards ol thanks, reaolutiona and reading noticea. live cenU to. eacn each isaue. No notice taken for leu than OWN* Tuesday New notes and reading noticea must reach this office not later u»u Rates furniahjd .Stfffl-r lor change of ndvertisment must be in this office not later tnan iiwu / REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET "! [ . WILLIAM H. TAFT. For President JAMES S. SHERMAN. For Vice-President REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET • ■ ■ mm-mm mm — - WHO . .SAMUEL 07 COSUKUv&i For Governor M E HAY For L...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 October 1908

the: little tin DINNER PAIL Have you. aot one? Is it full? H. Van Gelder has a Few Little Tin Din ner Pails left. Don't you want one at a Bargain? He Has Just Removed the Remainder of His Stock of Goods from the Old Stand into the D. L. Steffe Store Near the Post Office and is Selling Everything, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Trinkets and Jewelry, at a Sacrifice in Order to Close Out the Business. FOR THE FRESENT HE WILL KEEP ON HAND FLOUR AND FEED. GALL AND SEE HIM BEFORE YOU BUY A FALL SUIT FOR YOURSELF CR BOY. HE HAS A FEW LEFT. H. Van Gelder Will Fill Your Little Tin Dinner Pail, Put Shoes On Your Feet and a Coat on Your Back at a Bargain. YOU BETTER SEE HIM AT ONCE WE ADVERTISE Because IT REACHES MORE GENUINE CUSTOM ERS THAN ANY OTHER WEEKLY PAPER IN THE THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK In tfote iriburae SUPPLEMENT T< >EN TRIBUNE NOOKSaCK valley lands S>2o9 J"? Kin , P Rt, * w «w» Lots, choice loci- II drainage. . . . ton on Front street. $9CAfI Forty Acres, l.*> high land, 3...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 October 1908

As Easily regulated as a Lamp THE GENUINE ROUND OAK THE ROUND OAK CHIEF STEEL RANGE Is thoroughly Insulated with asbestos board three times as thick as that commonly used. In good ma terial, fine workmanship, economy of fuel and dura bility it has no equal. Of course you knotb a "good thing" when you see it, so come tn and look at the 'Round Oak Chief steel range. It is What you should hat>c in your home. It is the best. The best is always the cheapest. The Chief is a complete finished range, made of the finest material and the workmanship is positively superior to alt others. The o7>en is the finest you ttoer saw—large—high— FARMERS' MERGfINTILE COMPANY LYNDEN It is high time that QUALITY in a heating stove had an inning instead of PRICE. Does it not stand to reason that a stove at a rediculously tow price has had something done to it to turn it out so very cheap? You can bet it has—always. We don't believe anybody wants a cheap, light weight, flimsy heating stove. We don't b...

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. — 1 October 1908

Farms for Sale 40 acres fine clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road (r rAA close ln - Price with crop 05,5UU 66 acres river bottom, new house, barn, in AAA and orchard—a fine place. Price IZiUUU 40 acres clay,all ft* AAA close in—fine place. Price ODjUUU 40 acres unimproved clay land. Price $550 Houses in town from $550 up to $2,500 Town lots from $60 up. |3F~We have a long list of farms for sale. W. I. Baker (EL Company COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Rotten Row. William Brlgham was clearing land last week. Mr. and Mrs. Heathers visited rel atives last week. L. E. Whipple Is on the sick list at present writing. William Brlgham marketed apples In Nooksack last week. Arthur Riddle and family visited In this vicinity Sunday. Mlaaes Mac and Lou Whipple vis ited at Kelly's, Sunday. A charivari crowd called on Fred Ehlers and wife Saturday night. Bud Whipple helped C. U. Brown dig potatoes Friday and Saturday. j Arthur Pierce and family visited In Lynden Satur...

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. — 1 October 1908

(Official Publication.) Report of the Financial Condition of THE LYNDEN STATE BANK Located at Lynden, State of Washing ington, at the close of business on the 23d day of September, 1908. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $ 72,205.33 Overdrafts 1,561.88 Bonds, warrants and other securities. 9,613.56 Banking house furniture and iixtures 7,630.00 Other real estate owned none Due from banks $7,777.00 Checks on other banks and other cash items 2,805.46 Cash on hand 8,013,61 18,596.07 Total $109,606.84 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in ... $ 18,000.00 Undivided prodts 30.'>4 Deposits 91,571.30 Total $109,606.84 STATE OP WASHINGTON ) County of Whatcom ) ' I, R. W. Green, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. W. Green, Cashier. (Notarial Seal) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of September, 1908. W. B. Vander Griend, Notary Public. Correct. Attest: R. W. Green, B. C. Crabtree. Directors...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 October 1908

Vol. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. TAKE your job printing- to The Tri bune office. WE DEAL principally in snaps. Swim and Aldrich. INSURE in a reliable company with Swim and Aldrich. SEE GRANT, the Tailor, before you buy your fall suit C tf Trade In Lynden the busiest berg In the Nooknack Valley. For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. FOR A perfect fit suit go to Grant tbe tailor 6 U We want a correspondent from ev ery neighborhood In the county. If you fail to get your Tribune don't fail to let us know and we wil send you one. Mrs. Will Daniel will leave next week for Idaho where she will join Mr. Daniel. Mrs. Metcalf of Bellingham has been visiting at the P. E. Long home. Mr. and Mr*. T. H. Smith spent Sun day at the A. H. Hinckley home at North wood. Did you see the fine line of Sta tionery and calling cards at the Trib une office. LOST—GoId locket and chain Finder please leave at WM. Ca...

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. — 8 October 1908

the: lynden tribune: Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 0. I>. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager F.ntered as second-class matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lynden, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ....... nil ,\Hf <)ne \ ear in Advance . In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance »• Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should be signed by the sender for the referepce of this office. Cards of thanks, resolutions and reading notices, five cents for each line each hsue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon. ADVERTISING RATES furnished on application. Advertising copy or copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than luesday noon. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM H. TAFT. For Vice-President JAMES S. SHERMAN. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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