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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Once again—Swat the fly I Mrs. A. L. Tromp visited friends In Bellingham the first of the week. Dr. Wilbur has leased the building ea.il of Williams Variety store to the tilers Music Company. Mr. H. T. Jones left on Monday for a six month s visit to relatives and friends in Princeton, Minnesota. R. B. Stuart, a brother of H. E. Stuart who visited this section two years atto. Is hare on a second visit renewing ac quaintances. Dr. J. R«id Morrison, of Belllngha.-n was a professional visitor in Lynden Friday. Edith Harris, who Is attending sum mer school In Bellingham, spent Sun day at her home In Lynden. The bond election on Tuesday carried by large majority In favor of the bonds, titers being only 13 votes cast against the two propositions submitted. W. M. Stone, of the Palace hotel baa sold all of bin horses, harness and wagons to O. M.Robertson, the party that recently took possession of tbe Stone Shingle Mill. Dr. Mounter went to Bellingham Sun day, to meet Ids ...

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. — 11 July 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first pnbl'd Aug. 84, 1901 X.yndsn Boa, first pußlls'd Tubs 89, 1904 X.ynden fun-Pilot, eitab. Aug. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co.. Washington, •very Thursday. X. BMBIIWtIO. Owner ana Publisher Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8. 1808, at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY, AND OF THE TOWN OF LYNDEN SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance $1.50 Six Months in Advance .'a Canada and Foreign, one Year 2.00 Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. Always Progressive. The Tribune Is not a rabbi, hide bound, party-controlled organ; it W trilling to acknowledge and give due recognition to the good in any man of whatever political persuasion, especially when commenting upon those who have lived upright lives and Who have been honored through political ad vancement. And surely nothing has appeared in its columns which would In any way mislea...

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. — 11 July 1912

COMMISIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. Monday, July 1, 1912 The Board of County Commissioners i»ei pursuant to adjournment taken on -une t, ISI2. Present. Will H. Fell. Chairman; J. G. Kemper end John Simp son, County Commissioners; Alex Van Wyck, Clerk of the Board in attend ance, itie following claims Wert al lowed and proceedings had; CURRENT EXPENSE FIND Salary of Auditor and assistants |M.33! Salary of County Clerk and assist ant* ass.a Salary of Treasurer and Assist ants 130.66 Salary of Pros. Attorney ar.d As sistants 223.33 Salary of Sheriff and Assistants 46v33 Salary of Assessor and Assistants WJS salary of County Engineer and Assistants j<i4.; Salary of Supt. Co. Schools and Assistant 225 00 SaUry of Supt. Co. Home and As sistants 265.0 John A. Kellogg. Salary as Judge of Superior Court 125 00 Ed K. Hardin. Salary as Judge of Superior Court US.fi Will H. Fell. Salary as Co. Com missioner W.M J. G. Kemper, Salary as Co. Com missioner IQII.OO John eiimpson. Salary as Co. Com mission...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

PAQB «, 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. The LYNDEN IMPLEMENT CO., who bought the stocks of agriculturalim piements of the Farmers Mercantile Co and the Lynden Department Store, is making a deep cut In prices Just now, and offering all kinds of ma chinery nt the lowest prices evef made In this country. 7-11-2t Miss L. Kocrt recommends herself for the making of all kinds of Ladies' tail oring after the newest patterns nnd Styles at moderate prices. Also ready to do sewing work nt patron's house. Residence back of Mayor Heuton's res idence, on Bth Street. R-Pd. (\>B SALE— Young ull-round work horse G year old, weight J*>o, It !• Case ' Route 2, Lynden. Jyt-tf STRAYED—Two Calves, dark brown ' color, from B. Markstrom's place, near Lynden. Phone 19)9. 7-11-lt LOST— Friday, on Front Street near Gale's barber shop, small p...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES i. o. o. r. _ L 7»J«» I-odts. No- 11. meets eeery St turds j In Odd febowe' Hall. C. C. Bay, N. O. H. S Stelahaser, Secretary. Nooksack Valley Encampment. No. 58, meets first and third Wednesdays in Odd Fellows' Hall. Use, Scotu. C. P. H. S. Steinbauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 35, meeta first aud third Saturdays la 1. v. v. F. Hall. Ethel Bailey, M, v. Mrs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden l odge. No. SS. meeta second and fourth Thursdays lv Masonic Hall. Ueo. A. Palmer, W M. 1). W. Bender, See v. Lynden Chapter. No. 12, O. E. S., meeta Drat and third Thursdays in Masonic Hall. Mrs. ueo W. Hall. W. M. Ueo. W. Hall, Secy. XMIOKTS OF PYTHIAS Lyndon Lode?, No. 137, meets eeery Moods* Id K. ut P. Hall. A. Duoker, O. C. 11. s. Sit-in Bauer, K. of K. S. Lynden Temple No. 62. Pythian Slaters. meets gecuud asd fourth Wednesdays Is K. uf P. liall. MODERN WOODMEN. Mutt tTsrj Sad tad 4th Saturdays lo Pliltj i Had, ea Third St. Warns B. Hawley, Clerk. sson...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 11 July 1912

PAOI 9. COMMISIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. members of the Board and the Clerk iv attendance. The following claims were allowed and proceedings had: CL'HKENT EXPENHE FUND Will H. Fell. Expense as Co. Com missions (11.7 a John Simpson, Expense as Co. Com missioner 140 Chas. IJndberry, Expense as Co. Engineer 25 Br ' Sherd J. Noble, Expense as Dep. Co. Eng 39 - 3B W H Kaufman. Expense &■ Co. As- I 00 sensor Fred V. Shuto, Expense and Auto Exp. as Co. Phy W.M Wm C. Key« a, Assisting Co. Phy sician *•« Hed Cross Pharmacy, Medicine for Co. Patients 70.2U and Supplies for Courthouse ' (i - 2u Engbtig's Pharnmoy, Medicine for co. Patlsnts JS- 40 Graham & Munch, Medicine for Co. Patients sMI St. Joseph's Hoapital. Care of Co. Patients CT - 00 St. Luke's Hospital, Care of Co. Patients *• l; v Grocery, Qrooerles fur tn dlgent MP Eureka Grocery, Groceries for in digents * iM Enneii, Goodman & Co., Groceries for Indigents ls -°° Central Grocy. & Meat atstt, Gro cer...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

Vol. 5 WASHINGTON'S RESOURCES. Washington hat a large number of «ood things to offer the homeseeker Perhaps no other state in the Union, end no other section of corresponding ares anywhere, presents so large a va riety of opportunities as does our own "Evergreen State." Certainly no oth er territory offers chances which are niore certain of becoming restlties when approached In the proper spirit by the ambitious home builder. When one thinks of all that the state contains and tries to choose what is likely to bring tbe earliest returns, he Is spt to become bewildered by the op portunities presented. Then It Is that the natural disposition und previous ex perience will he of great aid in guiding the immigrant in ins course. For those interested in mines there are many square units of territory, practically untouched, secreting riches untold—both precious and useful metals. The Olym pic mountains, the Cascade mountains, and tbe Okanogan highlands are all great repositories for vest tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE SweUry Kara on Peace. Successor to i Secretary of State Knox before the • -a •■-• i «C-t students of tbe I Diversity of Pacific Pilot, tret pabl'4 Aag. M. 1901 „..,,!_,. .-.a *T**m «*« P.MUT* >— ». loot. F . p.,,, wnw nt, r»1IWI sroa-Wlot, e*t»b. AO*. 10. 1»05 ;.. Published »t I time when war* s:.all cea*e: when tbe Lynden. Whatcom Co™ Washington, j nation* of the world Shall realire a every Thursday, i federation a* real aad vital as teat X. »O«W«XWZIO}. Ownsr aad Publisbar new übsist.it between. t;.e i-orr.p:. parts of a single state: when by del'.b- I trate international conjunction tbe '. str&r.g snail universally help the weak., and when the corporate r.ghlec»sr.es« of Us] world snail compel unrighteousness to d. sap pear and shah destroy the hab itation* of cruelty still linferint in tbe cark p-aces of the earth. This is "the spirit of the wide world brood.nt on thint* to come." That day will be the millennium, of course, but In some sense and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Mr. T. H. Tromp was one ot the Lvn den visitors to the Seattle Potlatch. Mrs. Oay of Seattle was a guest of Mrs. Frank Knapp one day last week. Mrs. Dale Hullet of Seattle Is visiting her father D. J. Zylstra aad other rel atives In Lynden. Miss Mabel Sturgeon, of Strandell. who has been visiting Miss Mamie Strandell lias returned home. Wilder Jones was in Seattle the first of the week, combining business with pleasure. Miss Pay Smith returned to hre home in Bellingham Monday after s visit with her father, Mr. E B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phllo left Saturda morning for S.-attle to attend tbe Pot latch and visit friends a few days. Mr». L. Roberts, of Litchfield, Minn.. Is here visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Spauldlng. Mr. V H. Tromp returned yesterda ' from a week's business and pleasure trie to Portland and Seattle. Mrs. H. C. Smallfield and Miss Verna Kathman returned from Seattle Wednes day where they were vistors at the Pot latch. Harry Fountain and Paul Fulln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

PAGE I. 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 188* 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 ef Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes You Can't Afford with stale flower 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 hue. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company BELLINGHAM WASHINGTON HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU LOOKED for a receipted bill--one of those accounts which you have paid, but simply misplaced the receipt?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES | I. 0. 0. T. Lynden Loige. So. H, meeta every Saturday In Odd Fellows' Bail. C. E. Bay, N. G. H. S Sttinhauer. Secretary. Keoksark Valley Bncampment, No. 5« meets Brat and third Wedneadaya In Odd Fellowa' Hall lieu. Scorn, C. P. H. a. Stelnhauer. Scribe. Harmony Beheora Lodge. No. 35. meeta Srit and third Saturdays In 1. v. O. F. Hail Ethel B*.ley, N. O. alra. W. W. Palnit-r. Secretary. XASOSIC. Lynden Lodge. No. 56. meets second snd rourth TLursdsys In Masonic Hall. Geo. A. Palmer W at. Li. w Bender. See'y. Lyndon Chapter, No. 12, O. B. S , meets first and third Thurodaya in Masonic Hail, alra ueo W. Hall, W. M. Geo. W. Hall. Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Lynden l.cKlgr. No. 137. meeta every Mondar In X or P. Uall. A. DunLer, C. C. H. S. stem baurr. L of B. 8. Lynden Temple, No. 92. Pythian Sister*, meets •ocnd and rourtb Wednesdaya la K. or P. Uall MODEMII WOODMEK Meet eeery Sod and 4th Saturdays In Pliley'a Bali, ou Third St. Warren b. !!•»...>. Clark. BBOTHEB...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

PAGE t 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. SAVE your time! Save your money! Save your back! Save your clothes! See the demonstration of the Vacuum Washer every afternoon, at 2:30, at the store room next door to the postof fice, Lynden. Evening demonstration on Saturday at 8 o'clock. 7-IS-lt. FOR SALE—A young, gentle Jersey cow, easy milker. Apply A. C. Palme. Farmeri Phone 47tu. Jy-is-2t. FOB SALE— Majestic Unnge, with copper reservoir. Apply •>• C. Beach, Mum 22. Lynden. " HTRAYKD—Two calves, (lurk brown color square cut on the tip ot ria-bt ear. from B. Marastrom'a place, near Lynden. Phone W». jy-i»-2t. PLAIN and fancy dress maMna" done by the daj by Miss Louise Bchlld. Call at J. W. Tremaln, sr. U-pd, The LYNDEN IMPLEMENT CO.. wh bought the stocks o£ agricultural im plements of the Farmers Mercantile Co and the Lynden ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 18 July 1912

COMMISIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. Friday, July 5,1912 The Board met pursuant to adjourn- i meet taken on July 5. 1912. Present all members of the board t,nd the Clerk In attendance. The following claims were allowed and proceedings had: GENERAL. ROAD FUND. Emll Kundrum, Repair work on Goat Trail (Cook) $60 7S Jack Cowden, Repair work on Goat Trail (Blacksmith) J».(0 George Raper. work on Goshen road B.t l' Lewis Beebe. work on Goshen road tteam) 13.1 C. H. Beebe. work on Goshen road t Foreman) S!.: George Raper, Work on NE Diagon al Road l'i.;C C. H. Beebe. Work on NE Diagon al Road (Foreman) 16.50 Lewis Beebe, Work on NE Diagon al Road (team) 4.40 W. Lewis, Work on Goshen Road 80 Roscoe Milliard, Work on Goshen Road 22. 5 Charles Lyon. Work on Gosdien Road ISO N. H. Carey. Work on Goshen Road M.2S M. W. Witter, Work on Goshen Road (teaa» 440 C. W. Samuelson. Work on Goshen Road (team) 4.40 M. W. Witter, Work on NE Diagon al, Road (team) 13.20 C. W. Samuelson, Work on NE Diagonal Road (lea...

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. — 18 July 1912

' page a. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Happenings of the Week From Towns In Our, State. Spokane May tar Patent Pavement. Spokane. —AH patented pavements, Including granitoid, bltumass, bltullth -Ic, Hassam, oilerold, petrollthlc and •tbers, will be barred from the streets of Spokane In future if a policy declar ed by Commissioner of Public Works D. 0, Coates is approved by the city council. Commissioner Coates Bays that the elty, through its asphalt plant and with the aid of its experts, is now in a position to make pavements of a better grade at less cost, similar to any patented pavement, and that there is no use, then, of continuing a policy which requires property owners to pay royalties on n patent when they have a street paved. Union Meat Co. Buys 50,000 Lambs. White Salmon.—Jake Prnhl, agent for the Union Meat company, of Port land, has made one of the largest con tracts for lambs ever made in the county. Fifty thousand lambs were bought from the sheep men, and...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

Vol. 5 LYNDEN FRUIT GROWERS' ASS'N. Organization Perfected. Will Prove one of the most im portant Commercial and In dustrial Factors of the city. A well attended meeting of persons In terested In berry culture wa* held at the city hall Tuesday evening. whet, the permanent organization of the Lyn don Fruit Growers' Association was tt fee ted. The following trustees were elected. Lobert Heaton, C. Axling. Thomu H Smith, D. y. Smith. Chap Baves. B. C. t r&btree. Walter Elder, W. J. Ire lur.d and Henry Shmrren. This board M«( immediately upon atjournroent pf the meeting and elected the following o'ficers; Robert Heaton. president; T. i? Smith, vice president: C. Axllng. secretary, and B. C. Crabtree, treasur er The new association starts with the following membership: Walter Elder, D. IV. Bender, W. H. Waples. W. H. Ki ev r, H. H. Jamleson. George W. Hall. Henry' Shagren. E. L Bruns, T. J Stor ivy, J. N. Tremaln. George H. Whlp 4e,C. C. Smith, D. H. Smith. E. R. Jackson. F. W. Ware,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

PAGE \ MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellirigham, 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 tBB4 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 6k Marx make. On sale at GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothei Merchants BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home wf Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes You Can't Afford with stale flower seeds Our seeds are grown by ssix'ciali.sts 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 Fiorai Company BELLINGHAM - - - WASHINGTON HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU LOOKED for a receipted bil!—one of those accounts which you have paitl, but simply misplaced the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Th* I'nltarian Society a Study Class meets Sunday evening;. Mrs. Margaret Watson has been a Seville visitor for the past week. Dr. Mulder was tn Bellingham on pro fessional business. Tuesday. Miss Beatrice Handy is enjoying a well-earned vacation this week. Miss Edna Shand. of Seattle. Is the guest of Miss Agnes Edson this week Mrs. John Rinehart and little daugh ter visited Mrs. Rlnehart's parents at Ciearbrook the latter part ofihe week. The second event of the season— Fireman's Summer Night's Festival. 'Ihursday evening. August 2S. Hey. Herbert Jones returned Tuesday fiom a few days visit at Monroe, his former home. Mrs. Sarsl.urg. of Bellinghani, visited the I>i>ij>tis. ul Wiser l.aU a few days last week. Mr. J. W Holmes Ki»ent Sunday In f Mill In 111, with his wife who is ill in St. Luke's hospital. Miss Dlna and Jennie Haveman have returned home from the Normal school which they were attending. Mr. John Gross left Saturday for a business and pleasur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first pnbl'd Ang. 94, 1901 lynden Bun, first pablls'd June 89, 1904 lynden Son-Pilot, eetab. Ang. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. X. kOIEBIWEia. Owner and Publisher Entered aa second-class mail matter, July 8, 190S, at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March 3, IS"S. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year In Advance * 1 -59 Six Months In Advance.... • <» Canada and Foreign, one Year ».U" Advertising Bates furnished on appli cation. The Overheated Last. The people living in Lynden and in th .NooksacK are surely of God's chosen people. Kepol U Horn eastern and middle stales oi extreme hot weather und quite a number of deaths have been current ail auminar. At Phila delphia Hie maximum temperature- was IB and eleven deaths due to excessive heat were reported in one day. Three deaths and prostrations were caused ul Boston in a single day, While fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

The Rural Carrier. There's a little gray box at the end of the lane That leads to the little gray cot, And the little old man with the little old team Comes Jogging along with a trot. He stops at the box at the enu of th* lane, And he puts in a letter or two— And if it was not for the rural mail man, » I Pray, what in tbe world would we do! Oh, the little gray box at the end of the lane Sits dreaming and dreaming all day Till it hears the hoof beat on the old road again As the carrier drives on his way. The little tin flag goes up wltb a click | To show them a letter is there, And the little gray cot sends a mes senger quick To bring it with speed and care In winter or summer and autumn and spring Tbe little gray box by the gate Sits there in the shadow or sits in the sun With patient contentment to wait. And it he goes by with no letter to leave. It walls till tomorrow again. When lie comes with a Jog o'er the miles of his route As they wind by the gate and the lane. Of the quiet, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

PAGE a 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 Hotter wrappers at The Tribune. FOR BALE—Hay In stack. $7.50 per ton. B, H. Crabtree, Phone 1708. 3t-pd. POB BALE—About 75 fine, young Indian runner ducks. T. H. Smith. Lynden. Jy -SMt-pd. BIDS WANTED. Kids win bo received in to Aug. 1018 for elearlng tiie' land Inside of the race-track, at the Whatcom County Fair a rounds. Specifications may be seen ul the Officii of Hie Secretary. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check for 10 per cent of the amount of bid. Board reserves the right tn reject any and all Address bids tl) H. B. Stuart, Hec'y, FOB BALE— Chunky, hay three year old colt, Weight 1200, gentle broken. |IGU. six year old gray mare, weight tuxi lbs., broken, double and single, work anywhere. Lady can drive her. a bargain at MB, Full blood Holsteln bull, years old, weight mm, No. it De Laval Cream Sep...

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