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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. Lynden Lodge, No. 71, meets every Saturday In Odd Fellows' Hall. 0. E. Bay, N. 0. U. S. Steinbaucr. Secretary. Nooksack Valley Encampment, No. fi6, meets first and third Wednesdays in (Mil Fellows' Hall Geo. Seovll, C. P. H. S. Stclnhauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. No. 35. meets first nml third Saturdays In 1. o. O. F. Hall. Ethel Bailey, N. U. Mrs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. Lradea Lodge, No. r,B, meets second ami fourth Thursdays in Masuule Hall. Geo. A, Palmer W M. D. W. Bender, Sec y. I.ynden Chapter, No. 12. O. E. S., meets first ami third Thursday! in MssoalC Hall. Mrs. Ueo. W. Hall, W. M. Geo. W. Hall, See'}-. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. IST, meets every KOadgV In K. Of I. Hall. A. Hunter, 0.0. H. S. Stein bauer, R. of it. s. Lfadea Temple, No. 02. Pythian Sisters, meets Second and fourth Wednesdays lv K. of P. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2ml and 4th Saturdays In Pliley's Hall, on Third St. Warren K. llawley, Clerk. BROTHERHOO...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 June 1912

PAOE 8. GREAT INTEREST IN CHICAGO CONVENTION Never Before Has There Been Such Intense Feeling Be tween the Factions. Chicago.—There never was a more Interesting republican national con vention than that which assembled in Chicago Tuesday. The situation at the opening of the convention was un precedented in American politics. No national convention was ever preceded by such a bitter factional fight over contested delegates. At the opening of the convention no human being could foretell the outcome. The hot test battles in former conventions of any party •seem almost insignificant compared with that which culminated here. Victor Rosewater, of Nebraska, chairman ol the national committee, in his capacity as chairman called the convention to order. Taft adherents controlled the na tional committee by a majority large enough to decide every contest in favor of the president. Bitter fights marked almost every Btep of the pro ceedings before the committee, but the efforts of Borah, Heney a...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

Vol. 5 PRESIDENT TAFT TO LEAD STANDPATTERS. The National Republican Convention Closes with a Funeral Procession for the G. O. P. Sunny Jim Sherman again Chosen as the Tail of the Ticket of Privileged Interests. With nearly ISO Roosevelt delegates in the Chicago convention declining: to vote and hastening way at' adjourning Mine on Saturduy to tender the ex president the nomination or a new par ty—which In all likelihood will be christened the "National Progressive Party"—• the 15th National republican convention Bounded tin; death knell of the republican party by nominating William Howard Taft, of Ohio, for president. Vice president, James 8. Sherman, of New York, was nominated aj his running mate. The president received 561 of the 107K VOt*l In the convention, or 111 more than a majority, The decision of the iioosevelt people to refrain from vot ing left no other candidate near tho president. His nomination was cheer ed by the Steam roller brigade, but wis greeted with groans and h...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

PAGE 2. RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES OF BELLINGHAM MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. 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 Scharfner & Marx make. On sale at GAGE - DODSON Good Clothe* Merchant* BELLINGHAM. WAS H. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx c'.othes You Can't Afford SJ^itE seeds. Our seeds are crown by specialists and our cut flowers and plants by ourselves. We know they are fresh and tiii'-. 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 This i- the late-t official ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Lynden Hay at the Ferndale Chau tainiua—Friday, July sth. Mr. P. A. Clarke and family have left for a visit to friends and relatives at Forrcston, Minnesota. Miss Tillie Haverman is back at her post at the Partners' Mercantile Co., after an Illness of several weeks. Staffs, the grocer, had the first red raspberries of the season on sale nt his store Saturday. Cio' don I'iceman came over from New Wsnlmlt.atet Sunday to visit his Mead, Mai ■:r Harrison Steams. Mrs. Hine and daughter, Mabel, and Mr, Stowe. of Bellinghuiii, were Tuesday dinner guests at the Captain Warren home. Will BaUtnaa autoed to Tacoma last week. Be returned Sunday evening In a ,\ Jock son car, making the trip from Tacoma in eleven hours. ' Mr and Mis. Wash Topping, formerly of LM.den but now of Everett, are here lor v will's visit with relatives and frier ds James Alexander has bought from A. L. Swim a lot just west of the Waples mill, and will build a home thereon. The consideration for the lot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first pabl'd Aug-. 84. 1»01 lynden Bon, first publls'd Juns 89, 1904 lynden Bun-PUot, si tab. Aug-. 10, 1805 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co.. Washington, every Thursday. H. lOnnwSIO. Owner and Publisher Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8, 190S, at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1579. One Tear In Advance Six Months In Advance.... .TI Canada and Foreign, one Year z.ou Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. The Parting of the Ways. President Taft has been nominated for president by the republican nation al convention. He secured the nomin ation with the aid of eighty fraudulent \otes and in consequence the honoris an empty one. The president will not be re-elected in November. Four-fifths of the people of the United States ac cord him what satisfaction there is in a nomination secured fraudulently, hut will select another man to succeed him to the presidential chair. The primary el...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

7 MEN'S FURNISHINGS STARTS SATURDAY, JUNE 29tH, AT 9 A. ML This sale comes just at an opportune time. When the days are hottest and you feel the need of that nice cool suit of underwear, that light straw hat, that pair of low shoes, etc. Everyone knows the quality of merchandise carried at The Efficiency Shop and you'll find the stock larger and better than ever. Note the prices quoted below and don't forget the date, Saturday, June 29th. •J ones' Efficiency Shop w«lr To Aspirants for Public Office The Tribune, in the coming jwi marlea and eieotion will not give support to any person who will not sign the following pledge as drafted by the Whatcom County Pomona Or range at its session held at Laurel on April G, 1912. "Whereas, We have learned by ex perience the Ist year that one of the most important official bodies in this county is the County Hoard of equalisation, composed ot the ehree County Comnilssineis, the County Treasurer and the County Assessor, and "Whereas, We have usual...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 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 Butter wrappers at Tho Tribune. FLAGS, BADGES, ribbon, crepe pa per and other sane and safe Fourth of July goods at TROMP'S Book Store. 6-27-lt. HAMMOCKS, Croquet Sets. Tennis goods Base Ball goods, at TIIOMP'S Book Store. 6-27-3t. TO TRADE—Automobile, almost new, for Town Property or Land. Lynden Implement Co. Let us know what you have to trade for it. 6-27-tf. FOR SALE—Seven Shoats, and a good N oung Mare. D. Vamlergriend, l.yn ' 6-JU-tl den. TBINHAUER, the Harness Dealer, has one Ot the largest .Stocks in Whatcom County of Trunks, Suit Cases, Auto Cloves, Auto Coats, and all kinds of Leather Cloves, and is In a position to meet any anil all competitors In Prices. Call and get my Prices, at the new Store, Steinhnuer Building. FOB SALE—Span of Driving Ponies, Buggy and Harness. Lynden Depart ment Store, Lynden. WA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Lods-p, No. 71. meets erery Saturdflv In Odd follows' Hall. C. E. Bay, N. O. U." S. ■tnlnbaUer, Secretary. Nouksuck Vnllnf Eueampment, No. oG, meets first und third Widnesiluya iv Odd Fellows' Hull, tieo. S. ovll. 0. I. 11. S. Steinhuuer, Scribe. Harmony Bebpeo* bodge, no. 35, meet* first and third Saturdays in 1. O. 0. F. Hall. Ethel Bftlley, N. U. Mrs. W. W. Palmef, Secretary. MASOHIC. Lyndea Lodge, No. 66, nests second and fourth Thursdays in Masonic Hull. <Jeo. A. I'ulmer, W. M. n. w. Bender, Bae'y, Lynden Chapter, No. 12, O. E. S.. meets llrst an.i third Thursday* iv Masonic Hail. Mrs. Ueo. W. Hull. W. M. Geo. W. Hull, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. T.ymlen Lodge, No. 137, meets pverv Koadef In K. of P. Hall. A. Hunker, 0.0. H. 8. Stein tinner. K. of It. S, Lynden Temple, No. 02, Pythian sister l *. Meets second und fourtll Wednesday!, In K. of t\ Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Met! every 2nd anil 4tli Saturday* in Plxley'* Hull, oa Thud st. Warren ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 June 1912

PAGE 8. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Mayor Would Compel Railway to Build Seattle.—ln attempting to break a deadlock of many months standing be tween the city and the Puget Sound Traction, Light & Power company, formerly the Seattle Electric company. Mayor George F. Cotterill proposes a novel plan. His idea is to offer fran chises for extensions to the highest bidder. The builders of these exten sions—under the city charter—have a right to demand 2% cents of each five cent fare and the mayor believes that such drastic action would compel the electric company to proceed with many needed extensions. Deaf Man Killed While Train Whietlet Dayton. —While Henry L. Smith, ago about 50 and residing about three miles west of Dayton, was walking along the N. P. track in the vicinity of his home he was hit and instantly killed by the train coming from Walla Walla. The engineer of the train stated that as soon as he saw the man o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

Vol. 5 JJMETUCA— Mather of Hepubhcj A Fourth of July Poem by JAMES A. EDGERTON VYHCN first young America gave to the world Men's charter of rights to her bold DeclaraMoa. When first to the sun and the breeze was unfurled Her flag of the morn that proclaimed her a nation. No foothold had freedom In all of the earth. No home had democracy outside a prison. Aad every republic that since has had birth Ii child of hers, through her example has risen Till all of the continent! now have divined The light of the now day that breaks for mankind. fIRST France caught the gtea.ni. the whose soldiers had fought As brothers with oursi with the blood and the treasure •he gave unto us her own freedom she bought. Repaid thus in liberty's bounteous measure. Then glistened the light upon Switzerland's crags. Next all the American glowed into morning gj Aad. under the eagle's wing, blossomed with flags. A wreath of republics the New World adorning, ■mail followed soon, and then over the sea Our gun* th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

PAGE 2. MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St Bellingham, Wash. 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 & Marx make. On sale at GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchants BELLINGHAM, WASH. Th.s Store is the home ef Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes You Can't Afford S^tT » Our seeds arc ijrown by specialists and our cut til >wers and plants by ourselves. We know they are fresh and Bne. Phone or write us for anything in our line. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company BELLINGHAM - WASHINGTON Traveler's Cheques of tne American Banker's Association. THE CHEQUES TO TRAVEL WITH. The BANKINtI I'iIESTIGE at the tktMK Its CNIVKItBA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Once again-Swat the fly i Lynden Day at the Ferndale Chau tauqua—Friday, July Stb. Mrs. F. A. Pace returned Saturday from a week's outing at Glacier. '•tiere will be another of those enjoy- Übbj dancing parties held at Plxley's Kali on next Saturday evening. Mrs. J. W. Holmes underwent an operation In St. Lukes hospital, Mon day morning. Mrs. b. A. Axiom), who has been quite ill was taken to the hospital in Hellingham, Saturday. Mr. Pearson, residing near Booth's Corners, is receiving BUrglOal treatment In St. Luke's hospital. Lynn J. Brown and family have gone to Stewart, near Olympia, on a two tree tie' visit. 1' M. Serrurier was in attendance at tl a Mate Hunkers' Association, held ai Tacoma during the past week. T!:« W. C. T. IT. will meet Thursday, Jut. 11th with Mrs.M. 1.. Jackman. All a.c cordially invited to come. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. McDonnell died on Sunday, tiie funeral taking place with interment in Lynden Cemetery on Monday, Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first pabl'd Ang>. 84. 1901 lynden San. first pnblis'd Jons 29. 1904 lynden Sim-Pilot, sttab. Aug. 10, 1905 Published at Lyr.den. Whatcom Co.. Washington, every Thursday. E. ROSEKZWEIO. Owner and PabUsher Entered as secor.d-c'.ass rr.aii matter. J . c I9 n *. at the post office at Lyn daa, Washington, under the Act of .March 3. 1579. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY, AND OF THE TOWN OF LYNDEN SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear In Advance 11.50 j;;r Months in Advance Canada and Foreign, one Tear J.i'O Advertising r.ates furnished on appli cation. Wood row W il-ou. The democratic nominee for president is a native of Virginia. He was lorn In lijs and while his father and grand father were educated men with suf ficient means, young Wilson received a thorough education and soon resolved to become a public man. He entered r«vidson College at the age of IT. After two years he enter ed Princeton, from which he was grad uated in I*7*. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS The Lutheran Pacific Synod held a three-days' session at Chehalis. The national conference of charities and corrections will hold its next con vention in Seattle. Kire destroyed the plant of the Spo kane Paint & Oil company, causing a loss estimated at $100,000. An unwonted amount of rain fell in the Walla Walla valley this year and farmers are beginning to worry over the outlook. Late heavy rains have damaged the first cutting of alfalfa hay In the Hud son bay district, and from 6000 to 10,- --000 tons of hay will be unsaleable. Five firemen were severely Injured by the falling walls of a two story frame building In Ballard, a suburb of Seattle, when the building burned. Because he started a camp fire that he was unable to put out, G. Stevens, a prospector, was fined $500 In the United Statea district court at Seattle. A heavy rain which fell for two days, extinguished the numerous small fires throughout western Washington. 'No considerable damage had as ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

PAGE « W ANTED 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 Tho Tribune. Hiss L. Koert recommends herself for tbe making of all Kinds of Ladies' tail or! Ik alter the newest patterns and st'les at moderate prices. Also ready to do sewing work tit patron's house. Residence back of Mayor Heaton's res idence, on Bth Street. It-pd. FOR SALE— Young all-round work horse S year old, weight 1300, It. I, Case. Route Lynden. Jyl-tf RED HOT FURNITURE SPECIALS— Full slsed art tick IC cotton mattress es priced tit ?-.(;,"; a Bpeclal In Vennus Martin Iron beds; 60c yard-wide Napier hull carpet, "bordered," priced at 35c; imperial body Brussels borders. 58c a yard; Hartford Axmlnsters 7.8x10.8, priced at ?11.T.-.; slse MaJO, $l value, only 1t.65; 36x60, stemiled matting rugs, only W cents. Bargains all through the store. Largest rug assort ment; sizes up to 12x15 feet,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. I.yod»n l odge. No. 71. meeta every Saturday It. Odd Fellowa' Hall. C. E. Bay, X. C.. U. S suinhauer, Secretary. Nooken.c Valley Encampment. No. 58. meets Erst anc third Wednesdays In Odd Fellows' Hall Oee. Scovll, C. P. H. S. gleiuhauer. Scribe. Harmeuy Rebecca bodge. No. :15. meeta first aud th.rd Saturdays lv 1. O. O. K. Hall. Ethel Bailey, N. U. Mrs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MABOIMC. i.yndeo I.odpe. No. 50. meets second and fourth Thursdays lv Masonic Hall. Geo. A. Palmer, W. M. D. W, Beuder, See'y. I.vuden Chapter. No. 12, O. E. S., meets first and third Thursdays in Masonic Hall. Mrs. Ceo. W Hall. W. M. Geo. W. MM, See'y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I.vntlen I-odge, No. 137. meets every Monday lv X si tf. Hall. A. Puuker, C. C. 11. S. Stein hailer. K. of R. S. I.yudeu Temple, No. 62, Pythian Sisters, meets •SCOBS' aud fourth Wedueadaya In K. of P. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2d.1 and 4tb Saturdays lo Ptxley'a Hall, uu Third St. Warren E. Hawley, Cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 4 July 1912

page s. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns in Our, State. Cowlitz Valley Will Benefit. Centralla.—From a reliable source It is reported that the big deal of the Metcalf Shingle company, involving the expenditure of $2,000,000, is well on the road to completion. The deal in question is one of the lurgest log ging enterprises ever attempted in southwest Washington, and will mean unlimited beneflts for residents and towns in the Cowlitz valley. The t>lans Include a logging road from tide water to the upper end of Salmon Creek, logging camps, railroads and mills. When completed the shingle company will have by far the largest payroll in southwest Washington. Build Big Mill on Entiat River. Wenatchee.—Preliminary work Is now being curried on for the erection of a large sawmill to be located on the Entlat river by the F. P. Kellogg lum ber company. The mill will be three miles up the river from where It emp ties into the Columbia river and whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

Vol. 5 PROGRESSIVE PAULHAMUS. State Senator Gives Reason for refusing to support the Steam Roller Nominees, State senator W. 11. Paulhamus in the following statement repudiates the ac tion of the Chicago Convention and de clares that he will support only a Pro gressive ticket. He comes out strong ly for Theodore Koosevelt and Mr pol teles and believes that the Colonel will be nominated by the Progressives. "Now that the Chicago convention is over it Is time for Washington Itepub llcana to take Inventory with a view to ascertaining the value of tiie assets which that convention bequeathed us. For my own part. I cannot find that the assets are of an value The so railed Republican convention deliberate ly and absolutely repudiated the Repub llcana of Washington. Why. then, should these Republicans support the nominees ot that convention—a con vention to which their delegates were fairly elected but In which they were dunled the right to participate. The P.publican party of this state, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

PAGE ». MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bdlingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence. Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nail*, 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 & Marx make. On sale at GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchants BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes You Can't Afford l^UX™ seeds. Our seeds are grown by specialists and our cut flowers and plants by ourselves! We know they are fresh and tine. Phone or write us for anything in, our line. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company i,Ainu AM . WASHINGTON Traveler's CHecjxies of tne American Banker's Association. THE CHEQUES TO TRAVEL WITH. This cheque, sacerly welcomes nt its ndvatrt b...

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