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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 October 1908

Farms for Sale 40 acres fine clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road *r p|)A cl «se in. Price with crop OwfOUU 66 acres river bottom, new house, barn, Iff Ann and orchard—a line place. Price iZjUUU 40 acres clay,all cleared.goed buildings, An AAA close in—fine place. Price OOjUUU unimproved clay land. Price $550 Houses in town from $&50 up to $2,500 Town lots from $60 up. have a long list of farms for sale. W. I. Baker (EL Company COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Greenwood John Oltmans and wife and Carl Eisner and family spent Sunday at the home of Bernard Oltmans. . Anna Bowman has been sick for the past week. H. Elenbaas had the misfortune to break his wrist one day last week. Arthur Rose and family spent Sunday with friends near Ferndale. Mrs. Frank Smith and Irene spent Saturday evening at the Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinsrm and daughter, Miss Vera, were pleasantly entertained at the home of J. W. Ro. c Sunday afternoon. A number of hun...

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. — 8 October 1908

8.8.&8.C. Ry.Time Table To take effect at one o'clock A. M. June 14, 1908 4| 2 | Station* | 1 | 8 10:45 | 11:36 j Bellingham j 4:16 |.... 10:06 11:00! Wahl |4:66|.... 9:57 10:53 Goshen j 5:001.... !>:25 10:34| Kverson |6:17|.... y: 1010:301 Hampton | 5:18| 6:88 8:55|....| Worthen |....| 6:84 8:45,' j Lynden |....| 6:48 ....|10:20| Clearbrook | 6:51|.... .. . 10:10j Sumas | 6:40|.... j 9:40| Sumas j <:10| ....j »:ofi| Columbia I 8:46| ....[ 8:001 Maple Falls | 7:»0| | 7:41| Warnlck | 7:*o| | 7-30; Glacier | 8:00|.... Nos. 1 and 8 run dally between Bell- Ingham, and Sumas. East of Sumas, No. 1 will run on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday on. ly No. BwU run east of Sumas on Monday, Tueada Thursday and Saturday only. Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Sumas with tie C. P.R. Excursion every Sunday between Be li.gham and Sumas. Single fare for the round trip betw een all points Saturday and Sunday. No. l connects at Hampton with No. 3 for Lynden. H.BAKKER REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 October 1908

Vol. i LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. FOR A perfect tit suit go to Grant the tailor 6 tf 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 We want a correspondent from ev ery neighborhood in the county. , We print teachers' report cards at one cent each. Send us your order. For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. FOR RENT—Five room house on First Street. Inquire of J. F. Stark. The As You Like It Club will meet with Mrs. B. W. Lorlng next Saturday. Robert Jones of Pease, Minn, is visiting his cousin, Wilder Jones, this week. 1 will sell my farm one mile west of Lynden, on very easy terms. —H. E. Stuart. Did you ace the fine line of Sta tionery and calling cards at the Trib une office. For Sale—A first class Frederick piano for 1225. Enquire o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 October 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager Entered as second-class matter, July 8, 1908, at the post offlee at Lynden, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ~~ mi OO One Year in Advance 4 jK In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance * ,ow 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 leas 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 muat be in this office not later than Tuesday noon. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President WILLIAM H. TAFT. For Vice-President JAMES S. SHERMAN. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For Governor . SAMUEL G. COSOROVE Fo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 October 1908

Farms for Sale 40 acres fine clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road *r rAfl dose in. Price with crop pOpOUU 66 acres river bottom, new house, barn, ill Ann and orchard—a fine place. Price i/jUUU 40 acres clay,all cleared.gocd buildings, *n AAA close in—fine place. Price QD|UUU 40 acres unimproved clay land. Price $550 Houses in town from $550 up to $2,500 Town lots from $60 up. t3F~We have a long list of farms for sale. W. I. Baker (EL Company COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Items from Wiser Mr. Marquart sold his place for $4,500 last week. W. H. Dorr Is back from the East He says he saw some fine farming land but there Is no place that suits him like Whatcom County. Messrs. Shoups, Frost, Farwell, and Charlie Bartlett spent Friday and Sat urday at Birch Bay. As the tide was wrong the supply of clams was lim ited. Mr. De Jong attended to business in Lynden one day last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Belcoe were bus iness callers in Lynden, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. P...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 October 1908

BY Albert gIAYSON ffERHUNE COPYRIGHT,I9O7BY I aBOrtGB M.DIiQADHURSTI With all the advantages of touth, education and good looks md no vocation other than the njoyment of wealth, the hero of \ur present' story chose rjtfjter f, o sacrifice his case and com fort on the altar of his duty as a • citizen. His city called him tit ' aye. hefi .from spoliation' and -< corruption, and he responded to he call. To lure him from the path of came the seduc \ ions of love and the claims of a evered parent's memory, allied vilh the mighty forces at the command of poUtieatand finan cial malefactors. The firmness vith which "the man of the tour," singled out for the high est post in a great municipality >y those who saw in him only i weakling and a tool, resisted ha very forces that had elevated tim for their own purposes to tfficial power will be an inspi ration to the reader, as it has teen an uplifting force in the ninds of thousands who have vitnesscd its theatrical repre tentation. CHAPTE...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

Vol. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. FOR A perfect fit suit go to Orant the tailor 6 tf 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 H. Van Gelder has on hand some genuine imported Hailein Oil. We want a correspondent from ev ery neighborhood in the county. We print teachers' report cards at one cent each. Send us your order. For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. FOR RENT—Five room house on First Street. Inquire of J. F. Stark. Four per cent interest is paid on savings accounts by the Lynden State Bank. lf I will sell my farm one mile west of Lynden, on very easy terms.—H. E. Stuart. Did you see the fine line of Sta tionery and calling cards at the Trib une office. For Sale —A first class Frederick piano for *225. Enquire of General M...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden, Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. H. E- Stuart, Business Manager Entered as second-class matter, July 8. 1908, at the poai office at Lynden, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ;;„ • <M) One Year in Advance I*MJ In Canada and Foreign, One Year in Advance V 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 Tuesday afternoon. ' Advertising Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy or copy for change of advertiament 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 STA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

EY Albert gjAYSOM I COPYRIGH T, 1907 BY ¥xf AY " '''" 37 CHAPTER 1 QONTINUKD. A whimsical frown crossed Wain- Wright's face, but cleared Into a nass niily hospitable expression as a little |TTB.Jf haired man. \\ !li a solemn, weak face, trolled pompously in on the heels of the butler's announcement "Good morning. Judge." said tltc. host pleasantly. "Yon flon't know Mr.' Glbbs. I think, of Gibbs, Norton .V C i '.' Judge Newman is my next do r neigh bor on the left as you come from tie station, Glbbs. Yon must have no ticed the place— Qui on Anno house. With"— "Oh. ho probably never give It a glance." put hi the .h.dge. "A mere cot -1 go. that's ;:11. When a man with my meager judicial salary has a nodal po rlrlou to keep np and ft or daughters thai aren't married m l Charles, you m't realist what it means to bav'i our unmarried"— "No, i cannot, accented Wal iwrlgbt Itilckly, "and from present s'l.'ns I'm ioi likely to. 1 hope Mrs. Nav.niau i< roll r The little judge's f; cc grew d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

THREE DAYS LEFT Kins Coal StocK ON ITS OWN MERITS 00 OO PER SHARE GOES TO 00. ON OCTOBER 24, 1908 EVERY STOCKHOLDER OF FIVE OR MORE SHARES WILL GET OF THE BEST COAL EVER MINED IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON AT $2.50 PER TON GEO. F. CLEMENT 1322 Dock St., Bellingham | TEN TONS UNTIL THAT TIME WE WILL SELL KING COAL STOCK AT $6.00 PER SHARE IN THIS CITY FISCAL AGENT 1908 fieoreo F. Clement, Fiscal Agent, Enclosed Hml | for which tend me «I«res of KING COAL STOCK, par value *10.00, non-assessable. Make out stuck in name of Address OUR REPRESENTATIVE Ed Newinger, will be in your city UNTIL OCTOBER 25 Phone Him or Call Upon Him at Mr. F. W. Bixby's Office and He Will Give You All the Required Information. Home Phone, A 251

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

Farms for Sale 40 acres fine clay, all cleared, good house, barn, orchard and outbuildings; on good road flr Crtfl close in. Price with crop $wjwUU 66 acres river bottom, new house, bain, IQ f\f\f\ and orchard —a fine place. Price IZjUUU 40 acres clay,all cleared.gocd buildings, fro flfM close in—fine place. Price yOjUUU 40 acres unimproved clay land. Price $550 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 <SL Company COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Items from Wiser Mr. W. H. Dorr is sick with the Grip this week. The hunters are almost as plen tiful as the game. There Is no school this week on account of the Teachers" Institute. Mr. George Sicklesteel and Miss Ella Frost were married, Sunday. Luther Maupin received a very pain ful but not serious cut on the foot, while chopping wood, last week. The County has finished the job of putting in tiling in front of lite school lot. This means less wet feet for the children. Riversid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 22 October 1908

Tells of a Trip in the Hills. Lynden, Wash., Oct. 13, 08 To the Lynden Tribune Thinking perhaps a Pule write-up of our trip to the Hills of the famous Nooksack might be of interest to some of the readers of the Tribune, so here goes.On the morning of Oct. 5 the party consisting of A. E. lialdwin, S. S. Goodrich and two sons, Earle and Vernon, Bert Ferrington and V. F. Randall boarded the train at Lynden with the camp equipage, guns etc., billed for Glacier. After a short ride we reached Everson, where we had to wait for the return train from Hellingham to Sumas, which place we reached about 10 o'clock A. M. , where we had plenty of time to look the town over until 6:10 P. M. when we boarded the train for Gla cier, which place we reached at 8:30 P. If, I will say a few words in regard to our trip from Sumas to Glacier After leaving Sumas a few miles we commenced to climb the Hills and in many places the grade was so steep the train, which was a short one, was nearly stalled many time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

Vol. t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Sweet cider for sale. See Stark. FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. j FOR A perfect fit suit go to Grant tbe tailor C tf 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 See, "The Pride of Virginia," a Jamleson's Opera House, tonight. We print teachers' report cards at one cent each. Send us your order. For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. FOR RENT—Five room house on First Street. Inquire of J. F. Stark. Four per cent Interest is paid on savings accounts by tbe Lynden State Bank. tf I will sell my farm one mile west of Lynden, on very easy terms. -H. E. Stuart. "The Pride of Virginia" Is a first class military play. Be sure to see it tonight. Did you see the fine line of Sta tionery and calling cards at the Trib une office. Pay up your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

the: lynden tribl- Published at Lynden, Washington, every Tlmrslay by THE. TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. IL E. Stuart, Busin .^Manager Kntered as second-class matter. July 8, 1008, at the posl office at Ifl " ' Washington, under the Act. of March 3, 1879. One Year in Advance , - , In Canada and Foreign, one Year in Advance Correspondence solicited. Communications for publication should 1 c signi by the sender for the reference of this office. Cards of thanks, resolutions and reailinir notices, five cents for each lino each issue. No notice taken for less than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than " uesi aj afternoon. AnvKimsiMi Rates furnished on application. Advertising copy or copj for change of advertisment must be in this offije not later than I ue I ij I 0 in. THE GRAND OLD REPUI I,!CAN PARI Vis again vict. tu us ! is the good news we bear front every direction and on every ti itßtt It is evident the people have confide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

BY Albert gjAYSON (fERHUNB (Chapter Thrre Continued) •t wouTua't go so far that rm »• • tussle, but wltb plenty of casta and the right tuau for mayor—mark me. I say' 'ami Tae right man'—we ought to win." "The woods are full of 'rlgbt men.'" replied Wahiwrlgbt. "The money Is Hie chief thing to consider. That Is why I asked you bere today This Is tbe point I'm getting at: As soon as election Is safely over the Borough Street railway will apply for a fran chise for a car line from Blank avenue to Dash street along tbe river front." "I see!" nodded Horrlgsa. "And. as you own tbe City Surface line and as that la tbe Borough Street railway's worst rival, you wast tbe Borough's franchise bill killed when It comes be fore tbe board of aldermen." "You're wrong. To paraphrase your own words, you know a lot about poll tics. I want tbe Borough Street rail way's franchise granted, and I want the franchise to be wurottiini " CIVIL WAR "The Pride of Virginia** Under Auspices of Womans Relief Corps...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

THE MAN OF THE HOUR (Continued from Pago Three) It was while she was working In that capacity In the mayor's private room In the city hall during Bennett's lunch hour one day In midwinter that her solitude was broken by the entrance of a visitor. •Perry Walnwrlght, redolent of band box and soap as ever, found Ills way past the doorkeeper and burst luto the sanctum. "Hello!" was bis greeting. "His honor isn't around?" "No." answered Cynthia demurely, looking up from her work with the most businesslike air she could as sume. "He's out St lunch." "I knew he would be." grinned Per ry. "I timed It fine, didn't IV" "If you knew be w-as out. why did you couieV" she asked severely. "You know I never receive callers during business hours. If you didn't come to see Mr. Bennett"— "But I did. Honest I did. I have a message for him. It's awfully impor tant. He mustn't miss it." "Perhaps you'll leave it with me? I can" - "No; It's got an answer to it. I'll have to wnlt, I suppose." He sut down.,u...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Northwood. (Prom our regular correspondent) Some of the friends of the North wood Sunday school furnished the old School building wbh new seats last week and henceforth tbe services wjll be held in thai building..Alijo Batisfac* tory arrangements have been made lor the public schools und Sunday School to use the same organ. [terns from Wiser (From our regular correspondent) Mr. Waters is going to move to Lynden, soon. Clarence Dahlqufot visited his par ents here, Saturday. ti. H. Griffith is building a chick en bouse, rut and skunk proof. There was a large attendance at the dance ai>d everybody had a good time. , .. The Ladies Aid Society will give a New England sttppi r si Wiser LsJte ball, Nov. 12. Everybody come. The Wiser Lake school gave a Hallo'een party, Saturday evening, at the schoolhouse, Everybody ■Seemed to have a good tini>-. ■ Delta ar.tl So nit} Side (Prom our regular correspondent) Mrs. C. ii. Axllng was a LynsVsa visitor Monday. B. Axlun...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 November 1908

EARTHWORMS. Thay Can Movi About Only Whan tht Ground It Damp. Ever since Darwin wrote his remark able book on earthworms tbe general public has taken an Interest In these lowly creatures. Everybody bss ob served thousands of them on the ce ment walks during and after a rain, but tbe true cause of these remarkable wanderings la not often written about The fact la that earthworms can move ebout only when tbe ground and the grass are wet Tbe truth of this la eas ily shown by placing an earthworm on some dry ssnd, when the dry grains will stick to Its slimy skin snd make It helpless. All living creatures are endowed with tbe Instinct to move and spread over the earth. Human beings, higher animals and birds prefer to move about In fair weather. To the earth worm and other lowly creatures, like frogs, salamanders, slugs and land snails, rainy days are tbe only fair days for traveling. When tbe sun comes out and dries tbe roads and tbe meadows, tbey withdraw into tbelr biding places. As ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1908

Vol. l LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. FOR A perfect fit suit go to Grant the tailor ti tf TAKE your job printing to Tbe Tri- 1 bune office. WE DEAL principally in snaps, Swim j and Aldrich. INSURE In a reliable company with Swim and Aldrich. A hoy was bi.ru to Mr. and Mrs. John Bajema, Friday. . I SEE GRANT, the Tailor, before you buy your fall suit C tf For Sale —A baby-walker, in t> od condition. Call at this odice. We print teachers' report cards at one cent each. Send us \our order. For sale or trade for cattle—My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostwick. Four per cent Interest Is paid on savings accounts by the Lynden State Bank. tf , Did you see the fine line of Sta tionery and calling cards at the Trib une office. . Jennie Bakker, who has been very sick for the past few weeks, is im proving slowly. t i Pay up your subscription to the American or Reveille and get the Tribune as a premium. c For Sale —A new sulky-plow, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1908

THE. LYNDEN TRIBUNE Published at Lynden* Washington, every Thursday by THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. C. D. Jones, Editor. H. E. Stuart, Business Manager Entered as second-dees matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lyndon, Washing-ton, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year tn Advance *}'Vj! 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 snd reading notices, five cents for each line each issue. No notice taken for lesa than fifteen cents. New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon. AnvißTisiNO Rates furniahed on application. Advertising copy or copy for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than 1 uesday noon. ATTORNEY Bixby gave the Belliugham lawyers and newspaper men something to think about, if be didn't get to be a judge. Because a vacancy wasn't a...

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