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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 January 1911

Clearance Sale Closes Sat. light Jan. 21 The people of Lynden have taken advantage of this sale, to the extent that our saies have been the largest, by far, that ye have ever had. All Special Prices will continue until Saturday night. The newest and best selected stock of Shoes in Lynden is still at your disposal at prices you will recognize as being the lowest ever offered in this city. Little Gents' Shoes Sizes S: to 12 All 1.90 and 2.00 Little Gent's Shoes at $1.60 $1.65 Little Gent's shoes go at 1.35 Youths' Shoes Sizes 12 to 2 $2.40 and 2.50 youth's heavy 2.25 and 2.35 " " 1.85 2.50 youth's dress shoes, sale price 2.15 1.85" " 1.48 Sizes 2: to 5; $2.75 and 2.85 boys' heavy shoes $2.30 2.40 boys' heavy shoes now only 1.95 3.00 boys' dress shoes now only 2.35 2.15 boys' dress shoes now* only 1.75 Childs' Shoes Sizes 8, to IU All 1.75 shoes this sale 1.45 All 1.50. 1.60 and 1.65 shoes this sale 1.25 WHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ARE DOING INDICATIONS POINT TO BUSINESSLIKE SESSION AND E...

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. — 19 January 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD ineodore Roosevelt will addrt I the convention of Inland Empire teachers to be held la Spokf.ne thl first week in April. Plans are under way to raise a fund of $l. r i,ooo to send a repre: enta tive east to work lor factories to be established in the Grays Harbor country. Reclamation plans for Washing on during 1911 are being made by Chlel Engineer Davis of the reclamat'on service and engineers of the Bervici in the Northwest. Mrs. Edna AY. Hiding*, editor of the State Capital Record, has b< ■ n ap pointed deputy sheriff of Thurston County by Sheriff Gas-ton. She l« said to be the first woman deputy In the state. She will serve papers on women. To Doty. Lewis County, a vliliage Of 800 people,'is entitled the credit for being tne first sawmill town west Of the Mississippi River to secure a Y. M. C. A. of the industrial type. Former Chief Kaloskl of the San Poll Indians, lias gone to Washington, D. C, to try to induce the government to allot more tha...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 January 1911

WHATCOM CODffli PROFESSIONAL CARDS C R. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread. Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden. Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EIIER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Of- PRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tenliou to all business. Both'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden. Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at La7t> Ilotary Work, Fire Insurance wri'teo Dradß Mc/tgages, Contracts, vVnls etc Urawn, Abstracts examined. Collect ions made. A General Law Practice in All Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7: PI a. ni. Daily except Sunday. 1:80 |). m. Daily exce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 January 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS 1 'LEASA N T CORNERS. Miss Allie O'Neil is home again now and every body in this locality is very glad to see Miss O'Neil well again. Mr. C. C. Smith was a Bellingham visitor last Tuesday, Mrs. Wolf and daughter, Mrs, Al bright, visited witi' Mrs. C. C. Smith. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. A. Crabtree was a Wiser Lakj visitor last Sunday. Mr. R. Slyater visited tin- Johansen home, Sunday. Miss H. Hliss visited Mr. L. O'Neil last Sunday. Mr. A. Kelly was a Lynden visitor Tuesday. Mr. J. Smith is well and around again. Q LEND ALB, The Glen dale school was closed We nesday, Thursdaj and Friday of last week on account of the bad weather. Several of the pupils Who ventured out Wednesday morning had frost bitten faces or fingers. Andy Prettyman drove to Belling ham lust Wednesday with a load ol hogs. Marlon Palmer Was a Bellingham visitor Saturday. .Mrs. Rutli Sample returned Sunday from a three weeks visit with friends in Centralia, Seattle and Bellingham. Miss Alice '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

Vol. 3 A LETTER HOME TO BILL Dear Bill: Got your card all right. Didn't you have only one cent? or do you figure that by cutting out letter v riting the saving in ink will get you a start in postal savings. You say you are sorry I am not Well. Welt, you ought to be. You say if you thought it would do me any good you would sell a team and come out and see me. Do me any good? You old moss eaten, back woodsman, of course it would do me good. Anybody would tell you that. What did Mrs. Kddy found her famous religion on, tell me that? Give it up, don't you? You never was very strong on religions. Well, I'll tell you: Airs. Biddy made a whole church out of tickle. That's right. They don't call it that. They call it a faith or science cure or something of that sort but tickle is all it is. Nine people out of ten can be cur ed of nine out ol ten diseases by Kilns, if the right people Kiln ut iheni the right sort of grins, and grin Often and hard enough. Those who can't be cured can be bellie...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

PAGE 2 WHAT OUR LAWMAKERS ARE DOING Washington. — The constitutional amendment providing for direct elec tion of United States senators is in danger of going to wreck through the injection of the race issue of the South into the debate in the Senate. The controversy has arisen over the control of elections for the choice of senators. As reported from commit tee, the resolution authorizing the sub mission of the amendment to tbe states Includes in the amendment a provision that the state legislatures shall fix the times, places and manner of holding the elections, hut Suther land moved an amendment giving Congress power to regulate the elec tions. This has aroused the opposi tion of the Democrats and, though the Republicans are strong enough in numbers to secure its adoption, as a bare majority suffices, they would thereby imperil the adoption of the resolution itself as this requires three fifths majority, which cannot be se cured without the aid of Democratic votes. The conservativ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

EIGHT DAYS WHITE SALE Sat. Jan. 26 we will hold a sale on White Goods, such as Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Combination Suits, Skirts, Embroideries, Laces, India Linens, etc. Our line of Muslin Underwear is just in from the factory. There is not "an ounce of starch" in the whole lot and you don't have to "guess" at the quality. The phonomenal values we will give on our White Goods during this sale should induce every prospective buyer to take advantage of our extremely low prices. THIS SALE WILL BE FOR EIGHT DAYS ONLY. India Linens 27k Quality, Sale Price 20c 24c *' " " 18c 22c \ " '• 17c 20c 15c 15c " " " 12c 14c " " " 11c 10c " " " 8c 8c " " " 6c Corset Covers $1.00 Values, Sale Price 79c .85 " " 69c .75 " " 59c .40c and 35c Values, Sale Price 27c All Laces and Embroideries I Off Watch the Ball Band Ad in the Saturday Evening Post, of Jan. 28 Famous as Foot Warmers! "Ball-Band" Rubbers and Rubber Boots Keep Feet Warm and Dry—Save Doctors' Bills If you've ever worn "Bi 11-Band," ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. i*. Ino I Lynden Sun, first published June 29. 190* Lynden Sun.Pilot, eslab'd Aug. to. I9OS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as second-class mall matter. July 8, 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March S. 1879. - SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year in Advance Hlx Months in Advance "•™ Canada and Foreign one Tear .. Advertising Kates furnisned on applica tion. _ THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES It strikes me that it would be bard for the legislators to think Up B scheme for redisricting the state that would suit us in Whatcom count any worse. Their proposition is to put us iii with Skagit, Snohomish, San Juan, Island, Kitsap. Jefferson, Clallam, Mason, Thurston, and Cne halis counties. If the last three wet. left off we might stand for It. Hut, what under the sun, have we In com mon with Chehalls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

Alias Jimmy Valentine" JIMMY VALENTINE, WARDEN HANDLER AND ROSE LANE. PROLOGUE. You're not so sure about Jim my Valentine as you might be — not until the very last chapter, when he "finds himself" in a scene that is as cleverly con ceived as anything ever present ed in American fiction or drama. What you are sure of as you read — very, very sure, in fact — is that you are following the story of a most interesting char acter, one whose doings on the stage have held the interest of many thousands. Jimmy Valen tine becomes a "crook," with most of the failings and weak nesses of a man who doesn't recognise the difference between mine and thine, but He winds up as a—well, read the story and find out for yourself how he winds up. It will be worth your while, for this absorbing, thrill ing romance of both the under world and the upper world as well proves that a man has nev er sunk so low but thai he may again regain the honor he has thrust aside when the true spirit of manhood throbs with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD A wealth of Titian tresses tnat adorned /t ie head of 18-year-old Vera Harper, who lives near Centralla, went up in flames when her celluloid comb caught fire. Eugene T. Wilson, national haul; ex aminer, has tendered his resignation to become vice-president of the Na tional Bank of Commerce of Tacoma, effective February 1. N. A. Brown, automobile denier, who was missing for several days, has returned to his home and is reported to have collapsed Immediately, lie said he tuinks he has been in Idaho. The fire loss in Spokane for the year of 1910 is nearly double that ol any previous year. The city suffered a loss last year of 1769,699.69, while the next greatest loss was f415.524.84. In 1908. Choked by a peanut shell, Luella Byerly, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Byerly, of Ostrander, Wash., died on the train which was hurrying the child to Portland tor treatment. John Gill found a $300 pearl in a dish of clam chowder he ordered in an Olympla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 1110-211 Arcade Building, Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Ol- DRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Phone R. 3SI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at LaTto I'otary Work, Fire Insurance written IKjds Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc Abstracts examined. Collect ions made. A General Law Practice In All Courta B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1. 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7:.;o a. ni. Daily iXCC.pt Sunday. 3:30 p, m. Daily exce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 January 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS GLENDaLE. Mrs. Ruth Sample has been ill for Several (lays with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Jaekman and daughters, of Sunnyside, visited at the Abbott home, Sunday. Miss Wahl conducted the eighth grade examinations last Thursday and Friday at the Gleudale school house. E. W. and Johnny Dickerson were Lynden visitors Monday evening. E. C. Cameron and family have been sick with the grippe this week. .1. L. Dickerson is gradually im proving from his severe illness. The Union Mfg. Co., are filling Up their mill preparatory to begin work in the near future. Married. Jan. IS, 1311, at the resi dence of tha officiating clergyman. Rev. Seeley, of Blame, Miss Jennie Thomas, of Fairview, and Mr. (lus tav Newman, of Hall's Prairie, B, C. Mrs. E. C. Cameron acted as maid of honor and Mr. Lang as best man The wedding reception was held at the home of the grooms parents. An elaborate wedding dinner was served followed by a ball. There was a large number of guests. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

Vol. 3 You Should Investigate the Routes of the Proposed State Roads Examine This Map Carefully and Then Decide Which Route Would Be the Most Benificial to the Public Port Townsend, Jan.3o Tribune Readers: I wish each one of you would get a map of the county and see If what 1 am telling you is uc correct, and then, if it is, 1 wish each one of you would set down and write a letter to Whatcom county senators and representatives asking them to work and vote for the Guide Merid ian, Sumas-Hlaine route for the state road. 1 believe even Senator Kd. Crown will agree with us, after a look at the map, that this is by far the best route. in the first place trace the .sug gested routes on your maps. The Sen ator Hrown route cuts across certain sections, and the first impression one gets is that it is much the shorter route. Hut, if you will notice ..here are many curves and in one place the route even doubles on itself naif a mile. That is necessary in order to gat a grade that is suitable f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

PAGE 2 POMONA GRANGE HOLDS CONVENTION The Pomona Grange met with the Nooksack Grange No. 202, in their hall in Nooksack, Jan. 19-20. There were representatives present from about twenty or more subordinate granges of the county. The session at Delta, in October, adopted new by-laws, and made the Pomona purely representative. This question was reconsidered and chang ed back to the old form of member ship; any fourth degree member i>e lng recommended by his Master and Secretary is eligible to membership. Such members from all the granges in the county, together with all the Masters and their wives, constitute the Pomona Grange. It is known In the order as "a fifth degree body." It has no legislative authority over .subordinate granges, but is a very important organization In the county, composed as it Is, of the leading, most influential, and intelligent mem bers of the order from all over the county. The Pomona Grange has a great in fluence in a social way. When these farmers and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

HERE IS YOUR II Gordon Not the freaky kind, but the refined styles that have the snap and ginger for the young man, and the more conservative for the dignified gentlemen. Colors smoke and light greys, browns, black, etc. Price $3.00 Everywhere A Tip From Us our customers who have not taken advantage of this reduction should not pass up this opportunity of mak ing a substantial saving. These are absolutely dependable goods, cut full, well stitched, all this season's goods. They are still going at £ off while they last. A Question of Gloves Gloves have all the essentials for glove goodness. They are absolutely reliable and dependable, and we want to tell you that we Jo not be lieve better gloves are made than Hanson's Gloves. A glo\ t for every purpose, for every hand, for every occasion, for man or boy. Hanson Work Of\~ *. <fcl CA Glove from «SUC to $ 1.5(J Our White Goods Sale will only last two more days more —Friday and Satur day. Phenomenal reduc tions in dainty muslin Un derw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDLN TRISI'NE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. 24. 1901 Lynden Sun, first published June 29. 190* Lynden Sun-Pllut, estab'd Aug. 10, 1905 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Entered as second-class mail rwntter. July 8. 1908. at the post office ut Lyn den. Washington, under tlie Act of March S. 1879. ___ SUBSCRIPTION BATES, One Year in Advance -* Klx Months in Advance Canada and Foreign one Yfar .. ..SJ.W Advertising Rates furnished on ani-llca- Uon. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FCR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES In a church paper the other day we ran across this paragraph <iuotaiu.ii from one of the country's greatest manufacturers: ••We have had hundreds of hoys in our office, and have kept in close touch With them ami their develop ment; as a result, we have a pretty well-settled conviction that the aver age hoy is not looking for an oppor tunity to succeed. He is looking :or the largest immediate mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

of your worthless life. You'd better come to see me once v mouth for fear I grab you by mistake—on suspicion." "To with you!" snarled Avery, turning away and facing the warden. "I've got the regular state allowance for released prisoners comin' to me. ain't I?" "Yes," answered Handler, "and you take it and get out of here, you crook! Here, sign this" (he showed him a paper), "if you can write, if you can't, why, make your mark." The warden handed over a bill. The departing man scanned the greenback deprecatingly. • "Five dollars.' 1 he cried, "and this suit of clothes that a country con stable could see the Sing Sing tag on in the night! Pretty good for eight years and len months' work, eh 7 And you guys are my friends! For God's sake, let me get out of here, where there are men who don't live on the mistakes of some one else." He wheeled toward the door nnd disap peared. "There's one more we've got to keep track of," commented Doyle. "He'll be at work In v week," said Handler lacon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Ex-Senator Levi Auaenv Baa ill for several days with the rheuma- Usui. He has been confined to his home. President Taft has nominated P. C. Harper lor a second term as collec tor of customs fur the Puget Sound district of Washington. Falling off a moving 0.-W. R. & N. train leaving Tekoa, Joe Besco of that city suffered a serious cut on his head through striking the tracks with his head. Several hundred poles lying at the North Hank station indicate that the new line to be run from the Sundale Orchard company's tract through the Ooodnoe Hills to Qoldendale, is as sured. John J. Erb, owner of a ten-acre tract, paid the United States land of fice |15, the first money tlie govern ment has received hick for the 700,000 cost of the Tieton unit Yaki ma project. Despite tjie fact that the year 1910 was not considered a good year in the manufacture of lumber, the mills on the Willapa harbor have h< en kept busy and have exceeded the cut of 1909 by more...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchansc Building. J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread. Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building, Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING COAL FOB SALE Express and Team work. Some cboic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tentlon to all business. Phone R. lISI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden. Washington. Howard C. Thompson Frank W. Bixby BIXBY & THOMPSON. ATTO RNEYB-AT-LAW, 405-407 Sunset Bldg. Belllngham,Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINOHAM TO LYNDEN f;.io a. ni. Daily txccpt Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Dally except Sunday. 4.40 p. in. Daily. 8:13 a. m. Sunday only. LYNDEN TO BELLINOHAM 5.40 a. n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 February 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS OLENLaLE. Luther Barricklow and Clifford Win ston, of Blame., visited several days last week at E. W. Dickerson's. Harvey Boysen returned last week from his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Newman, of Hall's Prairie, B. C, visited last week I E. C. Cameron's. Johnny Diekerson was a Belling hain visitor, Monday. Mr. Brennan and Miss Lizzie Smith visited Qlendale friends last Wed nesday. B. C. Cameron has been Unite 111 for several days but is much better at present. Will Meyer returned last Thursday from a visit to Whidby Island. Mrs. Johnson is quarantined at the Jas. Triplett home for smallpox. It is a mild case. Miss May and Miss McLaughlin have been holding meetings at the Ferguson home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dickerson. K. W. Dickerson and daughter -Miss Georgiena, Miss Ellen Hamre, and Messrs. Jack Bedlington, Chas. Albado, and .1. E, Laraway attended the show in Lynden Friday evening. WISER LAKE. w. H. Dorr made'a trip to Belllng ham one day l...

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