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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 June 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Butter wrappers at The Tribune. L. J. Brown was a business visitor to Vancouver, B. C, the first of the week. Mr. Charles E. Cline was called home this week by the illness of Mrs. Cline. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson are mov ing to their ranch this week. Miss Cecile Watson spent a pleasant day at the Meurer home on Sunduy. The W. C. T. U. will meet on Thurs day, June 13th, with Mrs. C, A. llon wick All are cordially invited. The Misses Annie, Grade and Mag gie Oordt visited at the A. Veleke home last Thursday. Miss Emma Meurer and Mr. Will Fritz were dinner guests of Miss May Ander son last Sunday. Mr. L. D. Pangborn, of Clear Brook, attended the Methodist church in Lyn den last Sunday. A meeting of the stockholders of tlie Fanners Mutual Telephone Co. has been called for Thursday evening, Juns 6, at 8 o'clock, to be held In I.ynden. Mr. Ed Eerkes and Rev. P. J. Hoek enga have gone to Chicago to attend the annual conference of the First Christian Reformed church. Ge...

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. — 6 June 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first pnbl'd Aug. 84, ISOI lynden Bon, first pnMla'd Jane 89, I*o4 Lynden Ban-Pilot, estab. Ana*. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. H. ROSENZWEIQ. Owner and PnbUshsr Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8, 1908. at the post offlca at Lyn den, Washington, under Uie Act of March 3, 1879. v SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance $1.50 •Six Months In Advance 75 Canada and Foreign, one Year 2.00 Advertising; Rates furnished on appli cation. Till: OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY. 'liii- hoard of county eonimis stonera in rcgulaii aesaion last Monday by unanimous vote de clared' Tin- Lynden Tribune the official newspaper of Whatcom County, ihe order lo take effect on July first, anil on ami after thai date all official proceedings of ihe county will he published in The Tribune. For County Treasurer:—Miss Nellie C, Rogers. Miss Nellie C, Rogers, having decided to become a candidate for the off...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 June 1912

MY CREED. I hold that Christian grace abounds We climb to Heaven, 'tis on the rounds Of love to men. I hold all else, named piety, A selfish scheme, a vain'pretence Where centre is not—can there be ' Circumference? This, I moreover hold, and dare Affirm where'er my rhyme may go- Whatever things be sweet or fair, Love makes them so. Whether it be the lullabies That charm to rest the nursling bird, Or that sweet confidence of sighs And blushes made without a word. Whether the dazzling and the flush Of softly sumptuous garden bowers, Or by some cabin door, a bush Of ragged flowers. 'Tls not tbe wide phylactery. Nor stubborn fact, nor stated pray ers, That make us saints; we judge the tree By what It bears. And when a man can live apart From works, on theologic trust, I know the blood about his heart Is dry as dust. —Alice Cary. LIFE. Man comes Into this world without his consent and leaves it against his will. During his stay on earth his time is spent in one continuous round of contra...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 June 1912

PAGE « 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 FOlt SALE-Graded Holstein Bull, 9 months old. Phone 2!)02, Lynden.s-30-3t DO NOT FORQET to list your proper ty With ZYLSTItA REALTY CO., or to see them for bargain!. 0-C-2t. FOUND—Baby's shoe; black patent leather and light blut kid. Call nt The Tribune. YOn SALE-One light buggy harness: one light road cart, and •io-pound stock sail.lie. Charles Phllo, Phone Main 76, Lynden. M-tt. TAKE ADVANTAGE of these low pric es: smith's tM. Axminater ruga out to ti3.jo; Bmlth's Wiltons to : Brus sels to til. All now. evenly matched ruga. Heavy Veruna Martin Iron Beds Out to 17.88. Cotton Art UOh Mattress es to B.ft. Rope wire support springs for l.Vi. Many bargains not founO else Where. We carry seven sizes In Ruga lamer than I x 12. C. W. WuUlron, 1230 Elk Street, Bellingham. LET ZYLSTRA write your Fire Insur ancehe is agent ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 June 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. 0. r. Lynden Lodge, No. 71, meets arary Saturday In Odd Fellowa' Hall. C. B. Bay, N. O. H S Stelabauer, Secretary. Nookaack Valley Encampment. No. 60, meeta Snt and third Wednesdays In Odd FeUoara' Hall Ueo. Scotll, C. P. H. B. Stelnbauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 35, meeta first and third Saturdaya In I. 0. O. r. Hall. Ethel Bailey, N. O. Mra. W. W. Palmar, Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden Lodge, No. 56. meeta second and fourth Thuradaya m Maaonlc Ball. Geo. A. Palmar, W. M. P. W. Bender, See'y. Lynden Chapter. No. 12. O. B. S . meeta Brat and third Thuradaya la Maaonlc Hall. Mra. Qeo. W. Hall, W. M. Ueo. W. Hall, Secy. KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 13T. meeta every Monday In K. ut P. Hall. A. Dunker, C. 0, U. S. Stela Bauer, K. of B. S. Lymlen Temple, No. 82. Pythian Slatara, meeta aeroud and fourth Wedneadaja la K. of P. Hall. BtODBBM WOODMEN. Meet every Sad and atb Saturdays Is Pliley'a Ball, on Third St. Warren N. Bawley, Clerk. BBOTHEftHOO...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 June 1912

PAGE i. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Blxteen Injured In Anacortes Wreck. Anacortes. —The day coach of the Oreat Northern passenger train run ning between Burlington and Anacor tes left the rails one mile east of this city and 16 persons were injured, none fatally. The accident is believed to have been due to spreading rails. The epaoh was turned completely over, and many of the passengers were in jured in their efforts to escape through the windows. Boosters Will Meet in South Bend. Centralia. —South Bend has been chosen as the next meeting place of the Southwest Washington Develop ment association, which closed its three-day session here Saturday. N. B. Coffman, of Chehalis, was elected president of the association for the ensuing year, and C. J. Lord, of Olym pia, was chosen vice-president. Coun ty vice-presidents have been chosen from all but three of the ten counties in the association. BIG CROWD AT FESTIVAL Festiva...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

Vol. 4 MAKING MONEY OUT OF WASTE. The following excerpts from an ar ticle by Waldemar Kuempffert In the Saturday Evening Post of February W, WW, illustrates the truth of a re mark made a few days affo by an old but observing man who has watch ed the rise and sometimes the rail of fortunes of many men In the world of business, that the chief factor in a successful business career was not cap ital nor prestige nor pull, but brains, and that a young man who complains that opportunities for achieving finan cial success are growing rarer only calls attention to his own inability to see and take advantage of openings about him —only, he must not wait for opportuni ty with a capital O to hammer the door down In an effort to attract his atten tion—he must go out with open eyes and alert Intelligence prepared to meet It half way. An instance of the faculty of being a ble to see financial possibilities in what the average man overlooks on account of Its very commonplace nature Is familiar to ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

PAGE 2. RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES OF BELLINGHAM MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS nnd DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Steel Wire Rope, Wire NaiU, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 188+ YOU'LL look your best, and feel your best, if you're seen wearing the clothes we sell. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are the kind a man likes to be seen in. Mallory Cravanette Hats will give you good service GAGE- D ODSON CO. This Store is tho home ef Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes BELLINGHAM. WASH. You Can't Afford seeds. Our seeds are grown by specialists and our cut flowers and plants by ourselves. We know they are fresh and fine. Phone or write us for anything in our line. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company BELLINGHAM - - - WASHINGTON MAP OF WHATCOM COUNTY SHOWING TOWNSHIPS AND MOUNT BAKER TRAILS I hi- is the lates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Butter wrappers at Tlie Tribune. You will want to meet her-' The Moonshiner's Daughter." Where are the most flies? Where there Is the most filth. Where Is the fly born? In manure and filth. Where does the fly live? In every kind of filth. Is anything too filthy for the fly to eat? No. The Moose lodge at Acme will give a grand ball on Saturday night, June 22. Children's Day program will be given the Baptist church next Sunday c- V ring at eight o'clock. Mrs. and Mrs. George Moore and lit tle son Jack, of Bellirighaiu, spent Sun day and Monday with Mrs. M. Jones. The dates for holding tlie annual poul try show at Bellingham have been set for December 3 to 7. Mr. Fred Lash, of Delta, visited his grandmother, Mrs. 0. E. Pangborn, on Sunday. The strawberry crop this year Is boun tiful and prospects are bright for a bumper crop of raspberries and black berries. Miss Edith Harris, one of the new teachers for tlie Lynden schools, has gone to Bellingham to attend the sum m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first publ'4 Aug. 14, IMI Kyadsa Sua, first publis'a Jans ■», I*o* Ijnlin sron-PUot, ostsb. A Of. 10, I*oß Published st Lynden. Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. H. BOHXZWXXO. Owner sad PubUahar Entered as eecond-clasa mall matter, July 8. 180S, at the poat office St Lyn den, Washington, under the Act of March 3. til*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance ,18 ,9 Six Months In Advance 75 Canada and Foreign, one Year i. OO Advertising Ratea furnished on appli cation. The Situation in a .Nutshell. The steam roller was put into tip top working order when the republican national committee opened its session at Lliicago last week. and kept steadily :,t work grinding Taft delegates into convention seats. The first three days' work of the committee resulted in the Feiulng of every Taft delegate involv ed In the contests considered. The California contest, when reached on Saturday, was laid over until yes terday. It is claimed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

Pioneer's Birthday. Monday being the birthday annivers ary of Mrs. M. A. McPherson. und Tues day the anniversary ot the birth of her husband, General McPherson, a lurg? number of friends called on the aged couple at their home, to extend then congratulation* and wish them many more birthdays. A splendid luncheon was served, after which Mr. Charles E. Cline voiced the thanks of the elderly couple for the un expected visit. Mr. Cline said in part: "Cicero in one of his Phil It pica said; •The life given us by nature Is short, but the memory of a well-spent life is eternal.' For more than a quarter of a century 1 have known this worthy lady and her husband. Others here have known her even longer, and all agree that she has been one of those rare persons who have realized the vision of Abou Ben-Adhem,—that her long life has been filled with self sac rifice. As Longfellow has it, 'Time has laid his hand Upon her heart, gently, not smiting it. Hut as a harper lays his open palm i'pon his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

PAGE « 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 WANTED —Stock to Pasture. A. S. Har denbrook, one-quarter mile south of Fiiirvlew Schoolhouse. P. O. Address Lynden. 6-13-lt. FOR BALK —&SOOn 4 hand DeLaval sep erator, at your own price. A. Bos lund, Lynden. C-13-tf. WANT TO BUY some heifer calves; urn also in tlie market for poultry of all kinds. Will Pay highest market price. A. lioslund, Lynden. 6-13-tf. A SURE CUKE for PILES, Wonder Found Salve. Also a permanent euro for ASTHMA. K. Itoo, at Roo'i Mill, 3 miles east of Lynden. 6-13-2mos. NOT TO BE OUTDONE by any other sale, C. W. Waldron, at 1230 Elk St., Bellingham, will for the next ten days make prices never before heard of on newly purchased Rugs, Carpets, Li noleum, and furniture. $10,000 worth Of new goods, fresh from the factor ies, will be thrown on the market at very small prices. 112 room sized ta...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I 0. 0. r. Lynden UatSfj No. 71. meeta ererr Saturiav In Odd Fellows' Hill. C. E. Bay. N. v. H. 8 Stelnnauer, Secretary. Nookeack Valley Encampment. No. SB, meet* first and third Wednesdays :n odd Fellows' Hall. Qeo. SaofU, C. P. H. S. Ste.uuauer. Befit*. Harmony Rebecca Lodg... No. 3j. first and third Saturdays In I. O. c). F. Hall. Ethel Bale;. N. ti. lira. W. W Palmer, Secretary. MASOSIC. Lynden Lodge. No. 06. meet* aeoond aDd fourth Thursday* Is Masonic Hall. Geo. A. Palmer, W. M V. W. Bender. Set .v. Lynden rtn'ter. No. 12. O. E. ttwts flirt and third Thursdays in Masonic Hail. Mr*. Qmm. W. Hail. W. M. lieu W. Hall. Sec y. KKIOHTS OF PYTHIAS. LvnJtn LaSSs, No. Uff. meet* every M.,ndar In K. ut P. Hull. A. Dunser, C. C. EL S. Stein Lsuer K. of R. S. Lynden Teaijde. No 62. Pythian Sisters, meet* BSCaBfl MUd fuLrth H edneadays in K. of P. Hail MODERN W-OOSKEK. M*-et every 2tid and 4tb Saturdays In Plxley'a H»a. on Th.rd St. Warren E. Hawley. Clerk. BROTHERHOOD ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 June 1912

paqb a TAFT DELEGATES WILL BE SEATED Control of Convention Depends on National Committee's De liberations This Week. Chicago.—The struggle for the re publican presidential nomination will center this week in the contests before the republican national committee. Upon the result of the committee's de liberation depends to a great extent the control of the convention and, therefore, the nominations which It will make for president and vice-presi dent. Taft's followers apparently con trol the committee and it is generally believed that the Taft delegates will be seated In every instance with the possible exception of those from Wash ington state. In several of the contests the vote to seat the Taft delegates was unan imous. The voting was rather hap hazard on the early contests and did not disclose the definite alignment of the committee. In the ninth district Alabama case — the one which Colonel Roosevelt has branded as a "plain steal" —the vote was 38 to 15 and on the plan to give th...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

Vol. 4 GRANGE ACTIVITIES. Successful Annual Meeting of State Organization. Grange News. 0. B. Keglev, master of th« Wash iiiKton State grange. Is to be congratu lated upon the lea.ling part lie lias ta ken in securing Hie .sessions of the National (range in this stale in Spok •'iii'', in November 18-16, The official body of the National grange consists of two delegates in each state ami the U elected officers. Till" official legislative body is sim ply a nucleus of a host of grange mem bers who make of tile occasion an an nual reunion. Last year 1800 took the seventh de cree, ami this is one of the interesting features of the national assembly. Nine years ago, when the National grange met in Portland, about (woo members wen' present. At Columbus, Ohio, there Were 4000. while at llartfoid. Conn., the attendant c reached over 5000. At Spokane next November most of one day and evening will be devoted to open sessions, to which the public is Invited, There will be a trip to the Pa louse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

pa n i. RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES OF BELUNGHAM MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 EikSt. Beliingham. Wa<h. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence. Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 Are you the man who wants A DAY'S SALARY IN 30 MINUTES? Then come and pick from the large and varied stock of Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner 6c Marx make. On sale at GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothe. Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. T r - Store :s tba home of Bait Scr.arTner & Marx clothea You Can't Afford 5 ,. ( Our seeds are grown by specialists and our out flowers and plants by ourselves. We know they are fresh and fine. Phone or write us for anything in our line. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company BELLING HAM - WASHINGTON MAP OF WHATCOM COUNTY SHOWING TOWNSHIPS AND MOUNT BAKER TRAILS Thh i- the latest official map. draw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Swat the flyt It is the most danger ous animal on earth. A baby boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Maneval Thursday. Mr. B. P. Shoemaker was a Belling ham visitor Saturday. M. Palmer had his arm badly cut by a cross cut saw last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Philo were enter taining Vancouver friends Saturday. Mr. Pixley will give another of his de lightful dancing parties at Plxley's hall on next Saturday evening. The W. C. T. V. will meet Thursday afternoon, June 27, with Mrs. T. H. Smith. AH are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blowers and son Alvah, left Saturday for a weeks' - vis it in Seattle and Oak Harbor. I>an Cloud was confined to liis home all of last weak with an attack of sciat lc rheumatism, but is out again. The early female fly is mother of a mil lion before the season closes. Get busy with the swat stick. Roy Clarke returned the last of the Week from Pullman, where he has been attending the agricultural college. Beynett. the young so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

i page i. THE LYNDEN TELBUNE S :: m: r to racltc Pilot, trst pabl's Aaj;. 34. ipai lanadaa »*a. irrt pttti_»i Jtx* as. :sc-i Su rit ertab. A_f. %% :3C= P-i:'.;siei at Lyr-ier. \Ti»w= Co- Wui.r.r::. B mosiwnrritJ O-r.*? aad RMMII • *-+ I as s-r::- * -i: ass mi.i tra'-.e: : ::- •;. at •..-.* ;:st :2« at Ly-- Waahtsftos, under the Act of II 111 ■ 11' 11:•" 7:.-~ZS. fJM Tstr r. Airanee $1.5* Six Months Is Advance 71 t:-. F:.-e:rr- :"e Tear 1 i< AiTf::.-.!? p-atis ;_.-:.;«-t-i c: an'.:- cat: .r_ The Republican National Convention. d»ficit« »ta:*m*nt by Co!. aliverecta tr-at r*arard;e*a of what the fi&al roundup af dedicates may show. w... >ay« Chjeao i r.orr.ir.** for th* presid-tr-cy. TLere wii: b* no bo'.t, but should an attempt be made to r j!it permanent live temporary roll of ..t!t*rit*s is r-vorte-i by the catior-a. may take matters ;r.t*> li-*ir own Land* and nominate Ha* i-ad*r tn toe con vention hall, and claim for fcim th* t>f jUrity of tbe republican party. Trt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

A Store . YOU CAN DEPEND UPON New and well-suited lines of the most seasonable merchandise have been received during the past two weeks, making lin stock carried by the Lynden Variety Store the host am! most carefully select ed of any in the I'acilic North west. Everything in the store has an honest value and every article is sold at the lowest pos sible price. Come in and see for yourself. Lynden Variety Store. 11. L. WILLIAMS & CO. DR. McLEOD DENTIST I give a written guarantee with a chart of the mouth, showing all work done by me. This guarantee is good for ten years. I use a painless method, filling all teeth without causing any pain whatever. i will do your work cheaper than any one else; and will do it right- B *° PALACE HOTEL IYNDBN, WASHINGTON First Class accomodation! for the traveling public. Everything nea and clean. Centrally located, phone Hull I, W. N. STONE. PROPRIETOR J. W. TREMAIN, JR., RESIDENT SALES AGENT FOR THE "Perfected Oxygenor King" (The Strongest Oxyjje...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

PAGE 8 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 Butter wrappers at The Tribune. BTEINHAUER, the Harness Dealer, lias ■ one of the largest Stocks in Whatcom County of Trunks, Suit Cases. Auto QlOVea, Auto Coats, and all kinds of Leather Cloves, and is In a position to meet any and all competitors in Prices. Call and get my Prices, at the new Store, Steinhauer Building, POUND— Lady'a Neck Pur, on road Northeast of Lynden. owner call at The Tribune office. 6-20-tf lOR SALE—Team, Wagon and Har ness. |6.00 a day Job noes With them, inquire Tribune Office. MO-tf. STRAYED Hay Mare, with halter. No tify, Phone #008, Lynden. B-10-tt. FOR SALE—Span of Driving Ponlea, Buggy and Harneaa. Lynden Depart ment store. Lynden. FOR SALE—Seven shoals, and a good young Mare, i>. Vandergriend, Lyn den. M»-l*< WANTED- A lady in each township to lake orders for new Room sized Rug...

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