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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I Z. 0. 0. F. Lyndeo Lodge. No. 71, meets arery Saturday In Odd Fallows' Hall. C. t. Bay, W. o. B s atelnhauer, Secretary. Nwkaack Valley Encampment, No. at meets Bret and th.rd Wedßeadaji in odd Fellowa' Hall •»•, Seven, 0. P. H S. Steinhauer, Scribe. Harmony Bebecca Lodge. No. S3, meets Brat snd thiru Saturdaya In 1. o. O. F. Hall Ethel Bailey, R, o. Mra. W. W. Palmer, Secretary ItasOßlC. Lynden Lodge, No. 98, meeta aecood and fourth Thuradnja Id Matoalc Hall. (ieo. A. Palmar. W M. It. W. Bender, Secy. Leaden Chapter, No. 12. o. E. S . meets Drat and third Thuradaya in hlaaouic Han. Mra ueo W. Hail, W. M. Ueo. W. Hall, Secy. MIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Lyndea Lodge, No. IST. ueeta every Monday In X of P. Hall. A. Dunker, c. 0, tl. S. Bteln Bauer, h of K. S. Lynden Temple. No. 82. Pythian Slitera. m<-et« Second and fourth Weitneadaya 1b k. ut P. tlall. ■OSEBV WOODMEN. Meet eeery 2nd tod 4th Saturdaya Is piilej • Ball, on Third St. Warren L Hawley, clerk. BBOTHEBHOOS OF...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 25 July 1912

PAGE f. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT For County Treasurer Nellie C. Rogers. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Treasurer on the Democratic Ticket. Having been an employe of the county treasurer's of fice for over 22 years, I am justified In saying that 1 am competent to fill the position and I ask for the support of the voters Wholly upon my record. NELLIE C. ROGERS. For Cottttty Assessor V.. A. Pence l hereby announoe myself as a candidate for the office of county as sessor, subject to the nomination at the republican primaries to he held on Tuesday, September 10, 1912. U. A. PENCE. For Slate Senator Clias. 11. Samplcy 1 hereby announce myself ns n Pro gressive Republican candidate, for the office of Slate Senator, for the 41st district, on the republican ticket, sub ject to the decision of the voters ut the primary election on September 10, 1011 I'IIAS. 13. SAMPI.KY. For County Commissioner James Simpson 1 hereby announce myself ns a candi date for re-election...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 1912

Vol. 5 OPPOSES COINER j APPOINTMENT. Congressman Norris of Ne braska and Senator Borah of Idaho Denounce Steam Roller Artists. The standpat daily press, in re porting some of the republican po litical wounds which are being laid bare, gave a full synopsis of the reply of Representative W. E. Hum- phrey to the speech made by Rep resentative Norris. of Nebraska sev eral days ago when Norris and Mon dell, of Wyoming, clashed in two set speeches on the Coiner appoint ment, and much bitterness was dis played in the lower house of con gress. Humphrey continually inter rupted Mr. Norris in his speech. On November sth, as sure as sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the people of Washington will interrupt Mr. Humphrey on his way back to Washington when his present term expires. Mr. Norris made the statement that a "man whose name was known throughout the country" had ac knowledged that the Taft mana gers had stolen the delegates from the state of Washington. This man, he said, was no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 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 Clotfce* Merchant* BELLINGHAM. WASH. This Store Is tho home ef Hart Sohaffner & Marx clothes You Gan't Afford sJr^Lits seed*. Our seed* are trrown by specialists and our cut Bowers and plants by ourselves. We know they are fresh and fine. Phone or write us lor anything in our line. We will please you. Kersey Floral Company BELLINGHAM - - - WASHINGTON HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU LOOKED for a receipted bill-one of thoso account* which you have paid, hut simply misplaced the receipt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on 6th Ps^e. Mrs Lambert Zoet visited in the Bay City a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs Barney Collins vis ited in Glacier Sunday. Miss Hilda Erz visited her par ents in Bellingham Sunday. Mrs. B. V. Vaile and daughters are home from a short vacation spent in Bellingham Mrs. J. R Stark has been enter-' taining her sister. Mrs. Carr, of Seattle, for some days. Little Ivan Jamieson, who has been quite ill for several days, is much improved. A fruit and produce growers' as sociation will be organized at Blame next Saturday, the meeting to be held in the city hall there at, 2:30 p m. Mr. Sexton, of California, will deliver a lecture on Bible subjects at Pizley'l hall this evening No admistion will be charged, and no collection taken. The public is in vited. L Mrs. J. M. Simmons and little daughter, Eugenia, formerly of South Dakota.but now of Tacoma. are visiting their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rinehart and daughter. Mr. Isaac Neevil and sister....

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

PAOR 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE 3a«c»«s«» to Pnclße Wlot. ar»» BBBSWI A«e. B* *»1 I.ynd«n 3«a. '-«« ?u»U«M Jns« JS. MM ■ajßsssbai »t Lyr.ilen, Wl-jucom Wnshtngton, savin rtiwfsrt*y. .1 l(l*tSE\SfTntt r>«rn«T i»nMU>i«T iintcrt-rt as ssasad elaa* man July «t ih« u<Mt r,mc« st wyo 7l" r \V«nhlneton. unl*r tbe Act of M*rch 3. IS"6. .._ aPPTOIAL PA PUR OP WHATCOM COUNTY ii ..ii nn> Venr in Advsnce J» .mix .vtotitiix I" A.iv Mi..-- ... 110 «.-Blt»ll« .Old 1.'.T1-IKII. >' »' Advarthrfna «a«sa raialiWsi "» on oexf ilbwaai al CJIsHHPB the ,„. w oeiHical part) lantatisjarj taasya lH the >fatloaal Progwaaeve party. will i*» ofE»ni/.cil ibe n.r..-.aci«rr.t --;ii inrtaetale "i patMaji and km been agtead 'ip' l "- ,vrt ' l.i. i. sM beea la prr-oaratla* sf Col iiniMrvi l- Ad Tber ;k/oi»lr*r.i ~.ad-rs a.r !««*« ;' ' ! : ** i,r<-sen:' 't •<< or. »e«.li»» -<*r if yrovnl .r < .i'iaK' r .*i'«'lst ■/.*: [I nueßdnaa -t.-kets in every jt; ,:.. esieeati pnvnnssi »»x. in which t ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 1912

SEMI- ANNUAL Seeing Saturday, Aug. 3, until Wednesday, August 14 inclusive We believe in keeping our stock clean and up-to-date. We would rather sacrifice on a great many of seasonable and broken lines of goods than to have them become moth-eaten or out of style. Therefore, we consider our first loss the best. In most instances the original price of goods is lost sight of, our sole object being to turn merchandise into cash. This sale will particularly affect our Gent's Furnishings, Dry Goods and Shoe Departments, but there will also be a great many reductions in our Hardware and Grocery Departments. Men s Suits Our entire stock of Men's and Young Men's Suits Reduced. Practically every suit in the lot is all wool and well made. Reductions range from 20 to 33!/ 3 %. $25.00 Suits at $16.67 22.50 " " 15.00 20.00 " " 13.33 18.00 " " 12.00 16.50 " " 11.00 15.00 " " 10.00 12.50 '« " 8.33 MEN'S NECKWEAR 60c. 65c and 75c Ties at 48c 50c Neckwear 39c 35c " " 25c 25c " " 18c 60c Peau de Crepe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 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 FOR SALE— Hay in shock $7.50 pc ton. B. H. Crabtree, Phono 1708 jy-3t-pd I^OST—From stage Tuesday morn ing between Wiser Lake and Bel lingham, one grip containing rose beads, six Edison records, some eating apples, and other articles. Finder please leave at or phone Tribune Office or stage driver. J, \V. Wilmore, 8-1-tf Foil SALE? — Horses, or will trade for milch cows. One 3-year old black mare, 1460 lbs; 4-year old - bay Hamlltontan mare, 1200 lbs. M. Vander Griend, sr. s-l-4t. AUTO FOR 111 KB —I will tnke par ties of J, '.' or -i, out at reasona ble rotes. F. L. BoatWlek. Phone 3303, or apply ai post office, Lyn den. 8-1-tf. FOR BALE—Choice Jersey Bull Calves, it. c, Crabt res FOR BALE—Chunky, bay three year old colt, Weight 1200, gentle broken, flan. Six year old gray mure, weight lnio lbs., broken, double and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. Lyaden lM.gr. .1. ttetta eter» SatarSaj i-, Odd Fellow.' Hall. c. t. Bay g v i Meiuhauer, InrreUMJ Noukaack Valley El aSapaaaat, No. Ml meete first aud tkird Waateadaya .v odd Fellow, liuii «*». Scevll, c. I. U. a Stewhauer. Str.ue. Harmony R. u-eca Lentf. No. 3J, m-eu firrt and thiru Saluruuja lv j. ii. o. y. Baa 1 the! Halle), >i. tj. Mra. W. W. I'alu.er, larjlUU). MASOXIC. l.yuden I-odf. , No. M, Matt second aud fourth Thuiadaya iv Masonic Hull. oeo. A V, M. It. W. Beader, See')-. Lyudeu Chapter. No. Ig, o. K. 8., meetf first aud third Thuraoa)a iv Muauuie Hall. Mia Ueo W. Mall, w. ii. oeo. W. Hail, B»c>. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden 1., No. 137. tneeta every Monday lv K. of P. Bali. A. liuaker, c. c. It, a. steia Uaoer. K. of K. b. Lynden Temple. No. C 2. Pythian Mstafs, m- •• ■vtoud aiij fourth ftVeSaMsOayt la h. or v. Ua.j MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2ud and 4th HtlrflSft In Piiltj'i Bail, ut. nasi m. VTacna L,. Hawk?, lurk. BROTHERHOOD Or AM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 1 August 1912

PAGE I. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT For Rt preventative in Legislature, Tom Brown. I hereby announce myself a cand idate for representative for the 63rd district, subject to the will of the voters at the Republican primaries to be held September 10, 1912. TOM BROWN. For County Commissioner A. H. Frasier I hereby announce myself as a can didate for County Commissioner of the Hecond Commissioner District of What com County, subject to the tlspubllcan Primaries to be held on Tuesday, Sep tember IMb, 1912. A. TI. rSABIRR For County Treasurer Nellie C. Ropers. I hereby announce myself a candidate fur the office of County Treasurer on the Democratic Ticket, NELLIE C. ROGER*. For County Aeeeasor ti. A. Pence I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of county as sessor, subject to the nomination at the republican primaries to be held on Tuesday, September l". 19 Ci. A. PENCE Progressive Candidate For State Senator, Chas. B. Samplev. i hereby announce myself ns a Pro gressive Republ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

Vol. 5 MR. COINER'S APPOINTMENT. The official record of the proceed ings of the republican convention at Aberdeen on May 15, 1912, should furnish the Vnited States Senate convincing argument against the con firmation of Beverly \V. Coiner, of Tacoma, who has been appointed U nited States District Attorney by- President Taft. Even the friends and supporters of Coiner do not claim that his ap pointment waß urged because of his legal equipment and fitness for the position. He was named solely because of his service to tbe bosses of the Washington republican ma chine. Those services were of a character tbat demanded high re ward, but that reward should have come from the beueficiaries of the Coiner method of running a con vention and not bestowed at the ex-j pense of the taxpayers. Coiner demonstrated at Aberdeen his absolute domination by political bosses. He received their instruc-, lions and carried them out with a zeal that would have been commend able if used in a worthy cause. His...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

PAGE 2. MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS and OiSTRIBUTORS 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 SchafTner & Marx make. On sale at GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchants BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is tho home of Hart Schafiner & Marx clothes HOW OFTEN HAVE YOU LOOKED for a receipted bill-one of those accounts which you have paid, hat simply misplaced the receipt? Careful about your business matters perhaps, but such mis takes will occur. A Check Account in this Hank will solve these perplexing problems! be it your business or household affairs. Lei this Bank keep your books. You get a receipt in the check, a record on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newt on Paget 1, 4 and 5. Miss Cecil Watson has returned from a visit to Tacoma friends Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McPherson, lonuerly of Lynden, are now living at Portland, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kaufman and Hon. Charles Wooldridge were vis itors at the Cline residence on dif ferent days this week. L. Engel has been in Seattle for tne past week in the interests of the new sash and door factor; now being built in the east end of town. Mr. P. Kooyman is negotiating a sale of his Dakota farm, and in tends investing the money In Lyn den. Bully for Kooyman! J. Herbst and O. Heller of Oak Harbor are visiting friends here, an express themselves as highly pleas ed with the beauty and natural re st urces i t our section. Especial attention is called to the display advertisement of the Lynden Creamery appearing on another page of this week's issue of The Trib une. j Mr. and Mrs. D. JV Finch and daughter, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Knapp for ...

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

?aOS i. THE LTSHZS TEIBUTTE I::-M».T to p-.;m sis: i aag. i«si Tradaa to rßtt mra-*. aag. Ii- i*« " . " IZ. * •> t VTis.tn.la O:. vr»sii:r-t«. rrerr Itars-iaT- B. sOtntTIIS Owaar sad T*±2*H*g 1..7 »" Vi 7 a: a-"' if A IS.-. ' —• OFFICIAL PAP EE OF WHATCOM COUhTY .-.•.•i.-.-:.-.:?T:::.' katsc. -« - A'.'aK. A:.*.--..*.-,- : mum tnnummt . - ■- Lriviriitt and I nre** Dt Lyman Abbott, editor of the OBllMllT, mm no rear of tae -gusty _ .miouj o; '.r-e taut, laa man. trs of tne eoor.tr/. and for a quarter „■ a «i,-0 a .eaCer iv reasons, a-d social titmgnt, doe* p*-->,-.e i>- "--* if coniwne-j '.-...-ai tapacr.y a* a mob His „~..vr .- ui-.vmatj wisdom ts tot » n.-r« yoltttral lueory; tt v a m reiigtoa. My den.o-.r»- --" Im sa.j, kfjftM a political opia h n it is a re.iaious lalta. t oe tssVa ka tae rewsn of ta c people, mm . *„>fc i t«.iev c ia my :el.>*-niea •v.-.i i s-> 67- --(.<•>.»« i , -' J '-. t " feir I * l£ -" His •ierr.o'.racy ur. A6>/.t ae fla*M :oliO»s ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

fiAIRYHENI We solicit your cream and submit to you the following prices paid from January 1 st. 1912 to August Ist., for comparison with prices paid by any creamery to which you may have shipped during that time: Month First Half Second Half Jan. 43c 40c Feb. 37c 41c Mar. 38c 37c April 38c 33c May 31c sweet 35c sour 33c June sweet 34c " 35c sour 33c July sweet 35c M 37c sour 35c These prices average at least lc Higher than those of our nearest competitors making a saving to our patrons of $3807.00. They average 3c higher than was paid by the same competitors and others outside of the Lynden and Laurel districts; making a saving to our patrons of $1 1,421.00 on the amount of cream shipped during the past seven months. If you are milking cows for a profit and wish to get the best returns in the future as well as the present, patronize the LYN DEN CREAMERY CO. which has done more to encourage and develop the dairy business than any other factor in Whatcom County. Lynden Creamery IWt. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

PAGE I Whatcom County Fair, at Lynden October 2, 3, 4, and 5, 1912 RULES GOVERNING THE EXHIBITS. I—When Articles are not mentioned In the Premium List, they will be placed on ex hibition and if meritorious, may be awarded Premiums. g,—When Articles are not deemed worthy the Judges will refuse to award premiums regardless of competition. 3.—No animal or article shall bo allowed to compete for more than one premium, nor shall It be entered in more than one class, except as one of a herd, or pair, or in sweep stakes, or cows in milk test. 4 _When there is but one exhibit compet ing for n premium, the Judges may award no premium, second or first premium as merit warrant* All premiums shall be awarded on the individual worth of exhibit, and in no case will first or second premium be awarded to an exhibit that would not merit it in full competition. No exhibit will be allowed both first and second premiums where there Is no competition. s—Anyone trying to deceive the manage ment as to the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. r. Lynden lsaigt No. 71. meeu e-vrr Samreae It Odd lelloav Uall. c. E. Bar. no h" g b;e.bb*uer. Secretary. Nookaack Valley Enramjitbent. No. 50 mem fcrat abd tta;rd Wednesday* iv Odd Fellows' Ball Geo aVMSJa, C. p. H. S. Stt.hbauer. sJr:be. Harmony Kenerta Lodge. Ha. 3u, meet a IBM aal tbird Saturdaya lb 1. o. O. r. Ua 1 ttbti bailey, N. o. Mra. W. W. Pa.mer, Secretary Ifrr—Tf. S-ynden Lean, No. D 6. Mats eecoag and fourth Tburadayi ,b Maaobif Hali. Geo. A. Paltner W ti. i). Bf. liebder, Set'y. Lyndon Chanter. No. 12 O. E. S., ineeta fir*t and tb;rj ffcyrmqaya la Manobjc Hail, lira ueu W. Uall, W. M. Geo. ft. Uall, Set ■ j. KNIGHTS 01 PYTHIAS Ljbdeb lahlx* , No. 137. rneeta every Monday lb K. of 1". Rati. A. Rubber. C. C. U. S Stein bauer, K. of X 8. Ly ndeb Telut.le, No. G2, Pythian Sifter*, meet* aeooud abd fourth WeJiieaday t .b K. of I. Uall BtODERK WOOSKEW. Mast tv.rr 2nd aud 4th Saturday! In Pixley'a tit ou Kb.id .St. Warren L. Hawity, (j, rk. BBOT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 8 August 1912

PAGE I. 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 MRS. OSGOOD Copies Abstracts. LOST —Friday, August 2nd, on the Sumas road, a lady's brown cloth coat. Finder please leave at The Tribune office. 8-81t ALL YOU HAVE to do to obtain a new room sized Rug is to call up Main 1954 Bellingham, Wal dron's Store, and a fine rug will be sent on approval, at an at tractive price, and on liberal terms. Nothing down required This store pays the freight charges both ways, and for tele phoning also.andhas over 300 sat isfied customers in and around Lynden. FOR SALE —Hay in shock $7.50 pc ton. U. H. Crabtree, Phone 1708 jy-3t-pd LOST —From stage Tuesday morn ing between Wiser Lake and Bel lingham, one grip containing rose beads, six Edison records, some eating apples, and other articles Finder please leave at or phone Tribune office or stage driver. J. W. Wilmore, 8-1-tf FOR SALE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

Vol. 5 RULE OF PEOPLE IS THE KEYNOTE Progressive Platform Pledges Many Reforms. IS ROOSEVELT DOCUMENT. For a Tariff Commission and Another Commission to Control Trusts—ln itiative and Referendum Lauded and Recall of Judicial Decisions—Th* Now National Committee. Chicago, Aug. '. — The Progressive platform, adopted amid great cheering, Is about 6,000 words long. The follow ing Is the text In part: The conscience of the people In a time of grave national problems has called Into being a new party, born of the nation's awakened sense or justice. We of the Progressive party here dedi cate ourselves to the fulfillment of the duty laid upon us by our fathers to main tain that government of the people, by the people and for the people, whose founda tions they laid. We hold, with Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln,'tbat the people are the masters of their constitution, to fulfill Its purposes and to safeguard It from those who by perversion of Its Intent would convert It Into an Instrumen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 15 August 1912

PAGE I. MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellbgham, Wash. JOBBERS ana 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 3D 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 Create A IVloney Reserve During these, your working days create future welfare and comfort by systematically depositing pari of your weekly wage in an INTEREST AC COUNT in this Bank. This advice will be valuable only as you act upon it Start your account here at once. 4% Paid in our Savings Department. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00 Bellingham ' - Washington WE...

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