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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1908

WteMm oftiw Jfovn — lou remember me?" "I don't think bo, sir." {j 1 "Hub! That's queer! I'm Alderman Pbelan of tbe Eighth." «£■■■■■ ~■ Tve read about you. of course, sir. aUDauK I "But you don't know me? Never met — me before?" f"2t . "I'm sorry, sir. but 1 can't recall it I 9j ir I did. Good day, sir." 1 pß«r*sV M Tbe secretary hurried out after Ids employer. Pbelan, with a puzzled shake of tbe bead, seemed trying to solve KlaXnilNß " om<> elusive problem. But Bennett aast a»TaVa»am m/ 1 mM wno n ad uo t voted the brief scene u>- — ———————— w , tween Thompson and the alderman. m 1 broke lv on the latter's musings with "You appeared to be amazed at Mr. (Chapter Four Continued) Waluwrlgbt's attitude toward the Bor- Street railway franchise." •'•Amazed' is a mild, gentle word for tne sdvsnce sgent of tbe millennium? m y feellug." declared the alderman. To think of old Tightwad Wain- ««fs hear that old flint heart prattlln' wrlghf— about widows and orphans aud fair Ingram fore...

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. — 12 November 1908

THE MAN OF THE HOUF Continued from page three. French nobles of the old regime, whose polish of manner was the envy of the world, fought like devils on occasion and went to death on the scaffold with a smile and a Jest on then* Hps, while many a brutal demagogue In the same circumstances broke down und scream ed for mercy. However, Horrlgan chanced to be more familiar with the history of the organization than with that of France; hence, deeming Ben nett's reply a mere sporadic flash of defiance from a properly cowed spirit, be resolved to crush the rebellion at a blow. "Don't give me any Insolence!" he roared. "I won't stand for It, and"— "Moreover," quietly continued Ben nett, as though the boss bad not spoken, "I shall be very much obliged If in future you will knock at my door instead of burstlug In on me. This Is my private office, not yours." "Do you mean to"— "I've explained as clearly as I can Just what I mean. If you don't under stand me I can't supply you with In telligence...

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. — 12 November 1908

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Delta and Sunny Side (Krotn our regular correspondent) Grandma Rutgers Is on the sick list. Born last Friday to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelms, a baby girl. Joe Axlund is visiting friends at Scuttle and Pearson. Fred Lash and Myron Baldwin were Lynden visitors, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackman wee Bellingham vsiitors, Saturday. E. Anderson and family were guests at the Westland home. Sunday. The Busy Bee Sewing Society met with Mrs. J. Axling, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Axlund spent Sun day at the A. P. Axlund home. John Axling and Mrs. P. A. Axling were shopping lv Lynden, Monday. Mrs. E. L. Laßh and daughter, Clar ibel, were Bellingham visitors, Wed nesday. Dave Pearson and Barney Botta spent. Saturday and Sunday in Bell ingham. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson and children Oscar and Eva, Mr. and Mrs. A. G Freden and son. Axel, spent Salurda> uiid Sunday iv Demmg. Among ibe Lynden visitors Satui day were, T. DeVulois, ti. J. Kok, J. Rutgers, Mrs. G. \\. Woriiien m.v children...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 November 1908

GIGANTIC CLOTHING SALE We are Overstocked in the Clothing Department. $20,000 Worth of CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES AND HATS To be Sold at the Greatest Sacrifice that any Stock was over sold In Lynden Ihis is simply an overstocked sale. All merchandise offered is new, up to date and stylish. 5Yb goods bought especially for this sale, but all good staple meich ndis* bought for our regular trade, only We Bought 100 Much of It. We have to pay for our mistake by slashing the prices and offering inducements that will bring in trade from the neighboring communities, and by prices so loiv that the people can 7 resist buying. Sale Begins SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 and Continues untiljSaturday Night November 21 MEN' 4 SUITS 666 Lot J^°- 1 QBB Lot No. 2 Qsß ■»■—■— Hundreds of Suits ranging ■ ■ sanratl 1111 In this lot of suits will be found S_BS__S_i in price from $10.00 to $12.50 I suits ranging in price as high as All sizes from 35 to 44. This lot consists of Fancy and Staple Cass-ttiere™...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 November 1908

Vol. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL "Tag Day." in Lynden, Nov.2Sth. FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Get your sale dates at the State Bank. TAKE your job printing to The Tri bune office. t H. Worlow of Sliver Beach, spent Saturdaj in Lynden. INSURE in a reliable company with Swim snd Aldrich. A little daughter came to the home of Ed. Peters yesterday morning. For Sale-A bab.v-w*lker, in g<od condition. Call at this office. P. E. Long and family are visiting In Bellingham, this week. We print teachers' report cards at one cent each. Send us your order. R. T. Smith and wife were up from Bellingham, Saturday and Sunday. For sale or trade for cattle— My herd of Shropshire sheep. Geo. Bostmick. The Kensington club entertained the . gentlemen, at the home of Mrs. Hall , Friday evening. Four per cent Interest is paid on • , savings accounts by the Lynden State t Bank. tf Miss Daisy Stuart won a Wilson Col , lege scholarship in the American- , Reveille contest. For Sale —A new sulky-plow, or will; i ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 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-class matter, July 8, 11108, at the post office at Lynden, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. <M) One Year in Advance : r. I !fiO 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. Tnesdav New notes and reading notices must reach this office not later than Tuesday ftft ASrvnmnra Kates furnished on application for change of advertisment must be in this office not later than l uesaay noo. HAVE we anything to be thankful for today? Have we a home and friends? Have we plenty of good wholesome food to eat? Have you ever tried to imagine how much wors...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 November 1908

BY i&LBERT [pjAYSON ffERHUNE CHAPTER X. ROBERTS' eyes rested on tbe grinning, complacent features of Alderman Pbelan. At tbe letter's side was Bennett. "I was saylug," remarked Pbelan Mandly, "tbat It's a fine ball. Isn't it now, Roberts?" "Yes," said Roberts hastily, prepar ng to move away. But Phelan button loled him. "Stay au' swap talk awhile with his jouor and me. Roberts," he begged. "I'm in a hurry," begau Roberts, •and"— "Alderman Phelan has been trying to rfaeir me up a bit" said Bennett. "He mows I'm worried about the Borough sill's outcome. I wish Friday was last." "Same here," chimed in Phelan. "An' 'ou. Roberts?" "I ?" muttered tbe nncomfortsble man. Judge Kctcman. EVERYTHING IN DRUGS City Drug Store Prescriptions a Speei»ltjr JUST ARRIVED fresh Barrel of Batteries AT Elenbaas • Haveman Headquarters for Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition Etc. THOMPSON & SON SHOE HORSES AND DO IT RIGHT The Best Horses of the Nooksack Valley are Shod in this Shop. First Class Plow W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 November 1908

•PERRY WILL ALLOW MEN THEIR LIBERTY AT MANILA Manila, Nov. 23. —The officers and crew of the fleet of battleships un der Admiral Sperry wllj be allowed full liberty at Manila as at any other point they have touched. Admiral Sperry reached this conclusion after thoroughly investigating health con- REAR ADMIRAL SPERRY. dltions in Manila. These officers and crews will take part in a parade and enjoy the liberty of the city. Cases of cholera reported in the Philip pines, it is stated at the Navy De partment, aro isolated and under control and do not menace public health. ", ■ KILLED BY CLOTHES LINE Son Francisco Couple Electrocuted in Tiu-ir Yard. San Francisco. Nov. 23.—Jean Pucheu and his wife were accident ally electrocuted in the'yard of their home in this city last night by coin ing in contact with a live wire. The wire had broken during the day. fall ing across the clothes line on which the family washing wafe displayed.' Pucheu noticed the broken wire aud picked It up. The curren...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 November 1908

•T WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS IN EITHER BANK SAME OFFICERS. DIRECTORS; AND STOCKHOLDERS The Northwestern National Bank BEL S RAM JJ, I. J. ADAIR. PRES C. X. LARRABEE. VICE PRES. C. K. McMILLIN. CASH. OLAF VDNESS. ASST. CASH. B. T. DRAKE. ASST. CASH COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Items from Wiser (From our regular corresiwndent) Mr. George Frost and family of Los Angeles, California, are visiting rel atives here. It has been reported that Mr. Davis Is home from Alberta. The New England supper was a suc cess, large enough crowd, and plenty to eat. After supper, the ladies had an auction sale. They sold several aprons and holders. Mr. LaVal acted as auctioneer. The pupils of Wiser school are busy getting up a social to raise "dough to buy a Christmas tree treat. Delta an! Suuny Side Mr. and Mrs. B. Axlund visited at tbe Baldwin home, Sunday afternoon. The Busy Bee Sewing Circle met with Mrs. P. A. Axling, Thursday. A. G. Freden and family spent two days in Bellingham, last week. C. Ericson and f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 November 1908

WASHINGTON NOTES Judge George E. Morris has ap pointed Robert L. Blewett and J. T. hiaklstone receivers for tho Seattle- Tacoma Short Line. A. P. Leonard, ex-auditor of Pa cific county, was last week sentenced to from one to three years in the penitentiary. He was found guilty of embezzling $165 paid in for hunt ers' licenses. An entire week will be consumed in the trial of J. K. Thomas, accused of the murder of his former wife and with burying her body in the rear of her home in South Bellingham, The trial is set down for December 7. The Government Reclamation Ser vice has announced that the Sunny side project is 26 per cent com pleted; the Okanogan project Is S3 per cent completed and the Tleton project 54 per cemt. That his w:re a silence and her re fusal to converse with him when he felt in a talkative mood constituted cruelty, was the allegation made by A. J. Houlton, of Bellingham, In a suit filed last week in the superior court. The court granted the decree. Mayor Moore, of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

Vol. i LOCAL AND PERSONAL FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrich. Lowney's chocolates. At Blonden's. Mrs. R. A. Carpenter and Miss Car penter, were in Bellingham. Saturday. TAKE your job printing to The Tri bune office. Mrs. Guy Clarke of Bellingham, Is (the guest of Mrs. W. H. Waples. INSURE in a reliable company with Swim and Aldrich. Mra. Chas. Bajema Is very sick with the La Grippe. Flour, Feed, and Groceries— the best in the land, at the Golden Rule. Mrs. Frye, of Everson, visited with Jlrs. D. Mulder, one day last week. % Four per cent interest Is paid on savings accounts by the Lynden State Bask. U For Sale —Bull calves from as fine registered Jersey Cows, aa there are in the State. B. C. Crabtree. , Our line of Men's, Ladles', and Chil dren'a underwear Is complete. Golden Rule Store. S. A. Sutley and John Nipgea spent Monday and Tueeday in Bellingham, on business. For gale—A new sulky-plow, or wIU trade for cow, grain, or hay. Henry Slade 4tp j C. R. Axllng, wife, and son, Clif ton, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 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 office at Lynden, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. J * SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (H> One Year in Adrance j 'qq In Canada nnd Foreign, One Year in Advance Correspondence loliclted. Communicationa for publiotion ahould be signed by the sender for the reference of this office. . Cards of thanka, resolutions and reading; noticea, firs centa for eacn mm each issue. No notice taken for leaa than fifteen centa. New notes and reading notices must reach this office jot later than I uesuay afternoon. Advertising Rates furniahed on application. ,^J^^%^ v for change of adrertisment must be in this office not latei than 1 uesflay noon. Our townsmen have voted to have Lynden i "dry town" and the council have obligated themselves to make it such. It is the will of the majority that rule...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

The Lynden Department Store We've a Store Full of Useful Articles that will be appreciated as Gifts. And a Few Thoughts given to their Consideration will lessen the Difficulty of Your Deciding; more than this, it really will be a Pleasure to us to show these Goods and to Help You. 14 More Days To Buy PRESENTS Till the Last Day or Two and then be Disappointed in Not being Able to Obtain the Present You Want NOW IS THE TIME AND THIS IS THE PLACE For Holiday Shopping. Now is unquestionably the Best Buying Time. 'Twill be but a few days till the lines begin to be broken and everything and body will be in a rush So b.iv Early, whether here or elsewhere, and avoid the Inevitable Rush of the last two or three days before Christmas. WE HAVE AN ABUNDANCE OF PRESENTS For all Ages, man or woman, boy or girl. A good assortment of gifts that may be sent by mail to friends at a dislance, and we do the wrapping and mailing for you if you wish. JEWELRY A few items for presents that are worthy of yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

PRESIDENT'S LAST MESSAGE ANNUAL RECOMMENDATIONS TO CONGRESS ARE MADE BY s»*~hSA4j i.nriAi ran Sherman Law Should Be Amended, flavors Postal Savings Banks and Parcel Post. Washington, Dec. 8. —The follow ing is a brief synopsis of the Presi dent's message, read to the two Houses today: The financial standing of the na tion at the present time Is excellent, and the financial management of the nation's interests by tbe government during tbe last seven years has shown the most satisfactory results. But our currency system Is Imperfect and it is earnestly to be hoped that the currency commission will b* able to propose a thoroughly good system which will do away with the exist ing defects. During the period from July 1, 1901, to Sept. 30, 1908, there has been a net surplus of nearly one hundred millions of receipts over ex penditures, a reduction of the inter est bearing debt by ninety millions, In spite of the extraordinary expense of the Panama canal and a saving of nearly nine million...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

Washington notes James Devlin was accidentally ahot and killed by Robert R. Ready last week, at Centralia, while shoot ing at targets. E. J. Koors, of Seattle, has been appointed secretary of the State Board of Tax Commissioners to suc ceed Frank C. Morse, of Tacoma, who will become Assistant Commis sioner of Public Lands. Pricked in the ball of the right thumb by a sharp briar while work ing among berry bushes in her par den last July, Mrs. Mary Kerns died from the effects of the trifling ac cident in Spokane last week. About 40 North Yakima people who filed on land in the Cowlitz Pass, in the Cascades, years ago, now discover that tbey are owners of valuable coal lauds. The pro posed North Coast railway will run through this land. Oliver V. Linn, superior judge of Mason and Thurston counties, died at his Olympia residence Saturday night, following an illness which be gan last September during his cam paign for the nomination to the su preme bench. Governor Mead has appointed Judge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

Ghm JVttu Mayor Bu*4 M C. I. BrMdhurat's Stwcauhil The Nan of The Hour Br ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE. Copyright, MOT, by George B. Broadbunt. CHAPTER XII CONTINUED . mn~ good." said Horrlgan, quite unmoved. "I'll make It as short as I •_■ can. I remembered your, father got rich pretty quick. He was a member of the organization, and bis firm got . the Jobs of building the aqueduct and the new library. That gave me my clew. I looked up the specifications for both Jobs, and I turned them over to the old engineering firm of Morris St Cherrlngton. You know the Arm, per haps. If you don't, you can look them up. They don't belong to the organlza tlon; they're the best experts In their line, and they can't be Juggled with." "I know them. Go ou." "I paid them a fancy sum to go over those s|>eclflcatlons and then examine the library and the uqueduct and see If they were up to the mark or If tbe city 'd been cheated by the Bennett Contracting company. I had a strong Idea I was right, but I woeld...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

«T WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS IN EITHER BANK M SAME OFFICERS. DIRECTORS; AND STOCKHOLDERS The Northwestern Netionel Bank be^ g h bam SOUTH w B Si INGHiM The Northwestern Stole Bonk COMBINED CAPITAL $200000.00 t 3. ADAIR. PRES C. X. LARK A BEL. VICE PRES. C. K. Me MIL LIN. CASH. OLAF UDNESS. ASST. CASH. B. T. DRAKE. ASST. CASH. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE Delta and Suony Side A. E. Baldwin and family, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Randall in Lynden. G. W. Worthen was a Lynden vis itor, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Freden went to Bellingham, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Brand spent Tues day, in Bellingham. The Busy Bee Sewing Society met with Mrs. E. L. Lash, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Axling and Mrs. P. A. Axling were Lynden visitors, Saturday. E. L. Lash and son, Fred, were do ing business in Bellingham, last week. F. Van Aalsberg was a Ferudale visitor, last week. The Sewing Society will hold their holiday sale at the Delta Church, on I Friday evening, Dec. 11, beginning at half past seven....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 10 December 1908

SIMON TAKES CHARGE Rebel Leader Proclaims Himself Ex- ecutlve of Haytl. Port au Srlnce, Dec. 7. —General Antoine Simon, commander-in-chief of the revolutionists, who Saturday entered Port au Prince at the head of an army of 8000, Issued a procla mation in which he assumed the title of Chief Executive and declared that he would organize a provisional gov ernment pending the assembling of the Parliament. The Cuban steamer Oterl arrived from Kingston Sunday, having on board General Fouchard and 30 other exiles. General Simon agreed to permit General Fouchard to land. The two revolutionary leaders re mained together for some time at General Simon's headquarters, and after what proved to be a very amic able meeting, General Simon pro claimed General Fouchard chief ex ecutive of the army, all the forts and the Haytlen gunboata firing a salute of 21 guns. The situation at Qonalves and St. Marc is grave, the movement In fa vor of General Antenor Flrmin hav ing been greatly strengthened. FRA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

bUT THE FOURTH Pou've got More than You're loney's Worth Coming, lV LIKE LYNDEN Bingham Boosters of I Commercial Club, iTStong, See Town, Ik Nice and Drink far Good Buttermilk !n load —possibly 300 —business fessional men of Bellingham, „ynden for an hour and twei :es Tuesday morning and were guests, s a Bellinghrm Commercial h. for tbe per pose of getting ness men cf CM county bet slnted with each other, was no set program. Gov. iade a short talk and Mayor 'Lynden made them welcome, ter the arrival of the train i guests separated and Btroll de about the tjwn in the su it their disposal. During their ay practically every business Lynden left his work and mself a committee of one on iment The Tribune wishes it pest the many remarks made >eauty of tbe town and the of the country surrounding .s the first time many of the un men bad been in Lynden ere of them remarked they ides such a wonderful agri reglon lay so near their li liter happened to be in the which Senator Wilson r,de ion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

PAOB 1 STAMPEDE FORT GEORGE / is on in great shape. Nothing like it since the Rush to the Klondike in 1898. We have Fi Thousand Acres of choice farm lands for sale— close to FORT GEORGE, on easy terms. Buy now, as all this land will double in value in a few weeks. N. McNAIR REALTY COMPANY 620 WESTMINSTER AYE., ROOSE- J. E. Bartlett is in Lynden for Uiirty days and has an office with Messrs. Beckes & Stuart ' #a , RS' , \ Y EVENINO. MAY Ifl. To VANDOUVER, B. C.

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