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

II — My Closest Calls In the Air [Copyright, im, by Henry M. Neely. Copyright it, Qreat Britain and Canada.. All rights reserved.] TO every man who flies there comes the moment when fate hangs by a filmy threud, when a hair's breadth one way or the other means life or death. I know of nothing in human experience which can leave sec indelible an impression in so short a space of time. With the aeroplane ns It is built today these crit ical moments tire really only the in f nitestimal fraction of a moment. The danger is reached and in a flash it is passed—safety or otherwise. There is no lime for thinking. Everything must be done by instinct. True, we do make voluntary nnd log ical movements when we get into these »crai>es, but I believe that these move ments are always made too kite to do any real good and that the first in stinctive motion, without reason and without thought, is what decided the outcome of the moment. Sometimes we have a warning? of ■what is coming, and In such i...

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 October 1911

riGB 6. " FLAG OF REPUBLIC RAISED IN CHINA Revolutionists Are Now in Con trol of Four of Richest Provinces. Peking.—The Manehu dynasty after more than 300 years of misrule, ftp pears to be tottering to its fall. Four of the richest provinces of the empire are In the hands of the rebels, three corps of the Imperial army have de serted and the flames of revolt have spread to the gates of the capital, which may be in the hands of the reb els. The Tevolutiion has been hanging over China for months, and the rising in the provinces of Stechuen was only a small part. The revolutionists are well organ ized and have formally proclaimed the republic. If plans do not miscarry, the noted exiled revolutionist, Dr. Sun Vat Sen, leader of the anti-Manchu party, is lo be elected president. He was the dele gate of the revolutionary party to the Unrted States in 1910, and is believed during that tour to have made ar range merits for financing the move ment. The great cities are at present in the hand...

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. — 19 October 1911

LOS ANGELES COURTHOUSE The Los Angeles courthouse, in which the trial of the McNamara brothers for alleged dynamiting will be held. Brief News of the Week. Royalists are lighting to put Manuel back on the throne of Portugal and several small engagements have tak en place. Revolution has broken out in full fledged form throughout Mexico, with a total of live battles and 110 dead and scores of wounded. The Senate committee appointed to investigate the election of Senator Lorimer of Illinois resumed its ses sions Monday In Chicago. Each citizen of the United Slates, under an equul division, would have |84.35, the per capita circulation on October 2, according to the circula tion statement of the treasury depart ment. The International Dairy Show, one of the greatest exposition! of dairy cattle and dairy products and machinery ever held in the world, opened In Milwaukee Tuesday to con tinue tor 10 days. The retaining by the independent tobacco dealers of Ixmis D. Rrnndei? of Boston, fam...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 October 1911

PAGE 8. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Bar gains » Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Da.ry Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising DR. VAN KIRK, Specialist in diseas ea of the EYE. EAR, NOSE, and THROAT. Glasses accurately fittei Lielllugbam, Wash Follow the Arrow The Lynden State Bank, is under state supervision. The money left at this bank is loaned to local far- Ban and business men. No loans made on wildcat st»cks and bond*. Thefacilities lor caring lor your account are good. Make your de posits there. *£• FOR STUMPING POWDER-membor of the grange will save money by ■Ming iue soon. R. E. Hawley. tt'. FOR SALIC—A few lull blooded Jersey bull calves. B. C. Crabtree. ti-10-t Money saved is good as money earn ed, and sometimes very much easier You can save your money by tag ging your cream, Banner Creamery We pay cash for cream and eggs. Four "er cent interest is paid on savings accounts by the Lynden State Hank. "• Get your farm loans of the Lynden State...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 October 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. P. SCHMITT P.AKERY Fresh P.read, Pies ana Cakes always on baud. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MI LDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON special attention Riven to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. EDER E. ItAXTER A EI. KINDS OK DRAYING COAL WHI S.^LE r\press and Team work. Some choio Aider Wood lot sale. Prompt at tentiou to all business, Phone B»l DR. C. H. MeLEOD DENTIST Office over Dank _ Lynden. Washington. Howard C. Thompson KIXI'.Y & THOMPSON. ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW. 403-407 Sunset Bldg. BfiUashaia.Wn DR. S. J. TORNEY. Special practice limited to diseases of the Eye. Bar, Nose and Throat. Glasses properly fitted. Alaska BUg. .Lellingham. A. E. RVSCO Practical Veterinary Surgeon Dentistry a Specialty. Office Phone_ T.U I>R. P.. V. MOUNTER. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Off.cc. Over Lynden "g^J*^ DR. CEORCE F. COOK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON # ri&HCRS BLOCK DOCK MM »LO st s BCLLINGHAM. WN Chas. B. Sampley ATTORNEY-AT-L AW Notary Public Wills, D...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 October 1911

10 p. t y isit the WhatconJ Co. Fair then Attend the GREAT RflßGftlN CARNIVAL 2 Interesting Shoe Bargains. fljO Oft Men's $4.ooshoes reduced M?U.LU shoes are reduced to this low sale pnce. Everybody knows their , Lave stood the test of wear or many year fered at the above pnce md*fa the enhre JWW q( all leathers are represented, Fnday andWK V ordinarily American Gent emeu shoes w.H be the same that y pay for much inferior makes. $4.UU values lor jpD.^ Ladies' Shoes Worth $3.50 shoes are offered at this underprice dur inc the special Fair week sale. They come in several styles and maybe had in P lam gun-metal or kid leathers. Pract.cally every bdy will welcome this opportumty of effectmg a savmg on these dependable shoes and we advise early shoppmg for the best Eon?. Low price, preva.l Friday and Saturday only. $3.50 values for $4.QV $2.49 Ladies petticoats made of the best quality Electra Taffeta. This material wears better than silk and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Petticoats...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 October 1911

Vol. 4 A GRAND SUCCESS First Whatcom County Fair on the New Grounds Beats all Previous Records Every Purse and Every Prize Paid in Cash. Weather was Perfect and Attendance Exceeded all Expectations. A Better and Greater Fair Already Planned for 1912 Three days of bright ' sunshine— wonderful Lynden the Beautiful weather; —nearly 10,000 people to see the exhibits and enjoy the fun; and not an accident, not a single hap pening to mar the occasion—ls the record of the first Whatcom County Fair held at Lynden, last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Two years ago, a little earlier in the fall, one day in the Tribune of fice, the publisher told Hugh .lamie boii he was going to offer a small prize for the bi»st sample of oats, brought In for display, in the Tribune window. "Why not all of us offer prizes i'or produce and show it on the street," suggested Jamleson. It was a good idea. The other business men were interviewed. All gave something for a prize and iater -there was a splendid exhibi...

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. — 26 October 1911

' paof i r TIMELY TOPICS — BY mm H. L. Blanchard, Ass't Sup't of Western Washington Experi ment Station, Puyallup, Wash. . MODERN DAIRY FEEDS. Forty years ago, to the writer's knowledge, timothy and clover were the standard grasses that were re commended and that were generally grown for prectlcally all live stock, throughout the northern and west ern tier of states. At such period, there was very little, If any attempt made by the dairymen to produce m|lk other than during the spring an summer months for milk produc tion, the pastures, to be supplement ed by green corn stalks and pump kins, were the exclusive feed. When the frosts of the fall had cut down these feeds, milk production ceased until another spring should roll around with her green pastures again. Under such a system of dairying, the combination of timothy and clover, supplemented by corn fodder and rutabagas, answered very nicely for wintering the animals, including the dairy cow, as she was invariably dry during the ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 October 1911

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes. Personal? and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Number RO3I TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: :: PHONE MAIN 26 The Kensington flub will meet al the home of Mrs. Loring, on Fr.«a;- Mr. Mohler enjoyed a visit with his brother, from Sumas Friday. IL V. H. Tromp and Miss Troatf) were Bellinghaiu visitors. Suniay. Miss Bessie Taylor visited her par ents. Saturday and Sunday. Herman Smith and family, of Wih', visited home people during the Fail" Miss Edith Harris, of Bellinghair, tame up to attend the Fair. Crete Topping was a Fair visitor, remaining in Lynden over Sunday. R;v. and Mrs. Uinehait, of Custer were Lynden visitors, during Fair week. N. Dufner. who has been in Or?- -gon, for some time, was in Lynden. last week. Cecil Wat-on. who is attendini school in Hellingbain. w:i- in Lynd.u Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Etta Kildal! and son Oscar, oi Seattle, called M Lynden irieuds. during Fair »c k. Miss Hazel ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 October 1911

' PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, rirst published Aug. 24. ISO* Lynden Sun, first published June 20, 1904 Lynden Sun.Pllot. cstab'd Aug. 10, leOS H. ROSENZWCIG, Publisher Entered as second-class mall Matter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March S. 187* SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Tear in Advance >1-I>o fix Months In Advance ■ Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..$2 00 Advertising Rates furnished on applica tion. THE FAIR The Whatcom County Fair held i" this city last week, demonstarted lo the full the necessity of such an en terprise as well as the high quality of public spirit which actuated the citizens of this place. It was a success from every point of view, and was especially blessed with weather the like Of which could not be duplcated in the whole United States, and more especially on tile eastern coast where hard rain Storms prevailed and caused the big base bail Karnes to be postponed. + * * * The citizens of Ly...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 October 1911

WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Impolant Happenings of tha Week From Towns in Our State. Wheat Planting Is Heavy. Walla Walla—Wonderful autumn weather has made possible the seed ing of much more than usual of the summer-fallow lands of the county. Early rains have been followed by perfect Indian summer, and the far mers have had all the opportunity needed for the seeding of their grain fields this fall. Last year there was a decided loss In the wheat crop ow ing to the small amount of fall-sown grain. There can be no such kick registered this year, however, for the conditions to the present time have been nothing short of perfect. Charge Is Surprise. Tacoma. — Nothing in connection with the recent federal grand Jury in vestigation into the Tacoma census frauds caused quite as much surprise to most people as did the indictment of W. A. MeKenite, special agent of the United States Census Bureau, the very man. whose report exposed the census frauds and a man who had been for 11 years...

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. — 26 October 1911

taustactory prices. Come and talc with us. We mean business 01 business principles. Your credit I UOOD. Also we have an odd Draf Horse—lsoo lpounds, 7 years old Will ex-'hange for No. 1 timothy ha; or oats. Union Mfg. Co. FOR SALE —Old papers, at five cent per large bundle. Lynden Tribun office. HERD RECORD SHEETS—prlntei on good Manila board. Place to record the milk of 20 cows, twic a day, for one month. Printed on both sides. For sale at the Tri bune office, 5 cents each or 25 for ♦1. This is the standard barn re cord sheet used In all first class dairies. Teacher's Monthly and Term Re port Cards—so for 11 at the Trlbun office. These are the report carls used in all country schools. Exporters' blanks—Lynden Tritun Print Shop. WILL RENT—My eight room house, furnished or not, to suit ienter. Some fruit and garden, 75 chickens, pasture and barn room for a few head of stock, and many oilier con veniences. R. E. Hawley. Headlight Overalls, at Lynden Dept. Store. WANTED—A young man wan...

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. — 26 October 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Plea and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of tbe Bye, Note and Throat Lynden, Wash. EHER E. BAXTER A 1.1. KINDS OF DRAYINO COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some cholc Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Phone K3SI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. Howard C. Thompson BIXBY & THOMPSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 405-407 Sunset Bldg. Belllngham.Wn DR. S. J. TORNEY. Special practice limited to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses properly fitted. Alaska Bldg. .Belllngham. A. E. RUSCO Practical Veterinary Surgeon Dentistry a Specialty. Office Phone 7019 Home Phone 1812 Lynden. Washington. DR. B. V. MOI'NTER, THVSICIAN and SURGEON Office, Over Lynden State Hank. Lynden. Waeh. DR. CEORCE F. COOK envmicisH «no •uwo*oti riSHcna slock OVIR OWL PM**M*Cf DOCK MID HOLLY «Ta. ■tU.INOMAM, WH....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 October 1911

PAOI 1 LYNDEN REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS THIS WEEK On Wednesday, David Feenhouse, purchased from D. J. Milan, resid ence, property consisting of two lots and seven room house near the school house, the consideration for which was $2,000.00. On the same day Mr. Milan bought from Mr. Feenhouse the property, known as the J. W. Long farm, near Ferndale, the purchase price be ing $6,500.00. The same property was later sold by Mr. Milan to B. DeHoog. Thrf farm consists of thirty acres and is considered one of the choicest of river bottom properties. From an orchard of about four acres, the owner, last year sold more than $1,000.00 worth of apples, besides cherries and other small fruit. Mr. DeHoog is a well know citizen and is to be congratulated on ac'iulring, this fine property. The above transactions were made through H. Lauckhart, manager aof the Lynden Pioneer Realty Co., the property having been listed only one day previous to the sales. J. W. Daly sold his fine residence, on rßlver stre...

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. — 2 November 1911

Vol. 4 THE PROBLEM OF TAXATION A Paper Bead at tho Farmer's Congress recently held at York, Nebraska. — ily Judo*' Arthur J?. Wray When the federal constitution was adopted, more than nine-truths of our people lived upon farms. During the period of the civil war, the farm still claimed SO i»er cent of our population. Not so today. At least one-half of our people now reside in cities and towns, and tin- problem of the city challenges our attention. The toilers on the farm ami the toilers in our great centers of popu lation have much in common, The great injunction: "Itear ye one an other's burden," is creating a Spirit of co-operation and the time is Dot far distant When the fanner in the field will join hands witli the laborer in tbe shop and solve the economic problem of the age. At tlte foundation of the economic problem of our age is tlte question of taxation; ,'nd it is to a discussion of this question from the view point »>f the city that we now proceed; l. in many states, t...

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. — 2 November 1911

' PAOP I NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS LAUREL. Mr. Erickson, one of the firm of the Laurel Mercantile Co., is on the sick list. Sunday School rally day was ob served in the M. E. Sunday School at a Sunday morning service with an excellent program. Mr. Sorenson has been busy filling his new silo. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon, with their son, William, have moved in town for the winter. Mrs. Burget and son Martin, made a trip to Custer, on Saturday. WEST VAN BUREN. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Yount drove to Lynden, Monday. Letitia and Lyman Wampler drove to Lynden, Tuesday. Mrs. C. U. Brown was Shopping In Lynden this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Riddle and daugh ters spent Saturday with Mr. an Mrs. W. C. Riddle.. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Riddle are moving to Lynden, this week, where 'they have purchased a home. Miss Letltia Wampler is in Lynden this week, attending Mrs. H. O. Wampler, at the A. H. Wampler home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stafford, ct Peardonvllle, B. C. spent Sunday wit" their daughter, Mrs. M. C. Wampler. Murle Barnh...

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. — 2 November 1911

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Office or in evenings to Telephone Number RO3l TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE = = PHONE MAIN 26 Mrs. Roy True, and baby daughter, are visiting at the Walter True home. Mrs. C. E. Anderson, and daughter, Edna, were Bellingham visitors. Thursday. H. Assink and family, left Thurs day, for a month's visit with friends at,d relatives, at North Yakima. H. L. Richardson, of Laurel. was transacting business, in Lynden. Fri day. Mr. N. Befclpßwn, returned to Bell icgham. Friday, after a week's visa v,th Lynden friends and relatives. C. S. Humphries and wife, of Fern dale were callers at the Jamie>on home, on Sunday. Mr. A. Cruikshank returned to his home, in Bellingham, the last at tbe week, after a short visit with his brother, I). Cruikshank. Mamie Wellhoufe, who is teaching the Lummi island school is SOSne, this seik. visiting her folks, and attending Teachets' In-titute. The Lynden teachers h...

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. — 2 November 1911

PAOB I T THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aug. 24. ISO I Lynden Sun. first published June 20, 1904 Lynden Sun-Pllot. cstas'd Aug. 10. IMS H. ROSCNZWEIG, Publisher Entered as second-class mall natter. July I. IMS, at the poet office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March I. I*7*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tsar la Advancs fix Months In Advance •> Canada and Foreign one Tear .. ..B.W Advertising Rstss furnished on applica tion. Small Extravagances Congressman Harris, of Massachu setts In a recent speach, gave a vivid explanation of the cause, of the advance in the cost of living. "Poagibly," he said, "If we as a people were content to live as we did thirty years ago, while receiving higher wages today, the savings, would be greater. The trail of nlckle and dimes that an average American young man leaves behind him in his travels is distinctly visible. The barber, the bootblack, the soda foun tain, the theater, the million umall coin-extracting thi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 November 1911

STATE LOTTERIES. Rise and Fall of a Tremendous Gamble In England. STARTED UNDER QUEEN BESS The First One Wee "Without Any Blsncks, Contaynmg Good Prices, as Wei ot Redy Money as of Plate end Certalne Sort* of Marehaundizes." Though it is certain that tbe custom of holding lotteries was practiced in European countries as f;ir back us the middle of the fifteenth century. It seems that this particular iden was unknown In England until Bore th::L 140 years later. The lottery, in fact, np|tears to have been included BJBoag those many other important things, both good nnd bad. thai were intro duced to public notice during tbe reign of Queen Elizabeth, it being her maj esty's express command that this ready means for "raising the wind" on behalf of the suite finance* Was adopted. The first F.nclish lottery must have taken a pood deal of nrranpiiip. owing, no doubt, to the fad that the of that day required n certain amount of education in this form of pimMin;. for althoupb the idea trns fir...

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. — 2 November 1911

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 DR. VAN KIRK, Specialist in disc as es of the BYE. EAR, NOSE, and THROAT. Glasses accurately fUtt* Bellingham. Wash The Lyndon State Bank, Is under state supervision. The money left at this bank is loaned to local far mers and business men. No loans made on wildcat stocks and bonds. Tbefacilltles for caring for your account are good. Make your de posits there. tf. FOR STUMPING POWDER—member of tho grange will save money by seeing me soon. R. E. Hawley. tf. Money saved is good as money earn ed, and sometimes very much easier You can save your money by tag King your cream. Banner Creamery We pay cash for cream and eggs. Four ncr cent Interest Is paid on savings accounts by the Lynden State Bank. tf. Get your farm loans of the Lynden State Bank. BUY A HOME—Here la a bargaln taalt block of land on Orover stree and close In, t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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