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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

PAGE 6. 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 SEE BRECK EN RIDGE for peaches. FOR SALE—Baby Buggy in good condition. Cheap. Mrs. C. Jacobs, Lynden. 8-29-1 FOUND —Lady'l Rambler Bicycle Left on private road off Green wood-Eversou road, about August 18. A. B. Collyer, Lynden R. No 2. Phone Nooksack 1208. i-aa-at NOTICE IN ORDER to take the proper care of my practice throughout What com County, 1 have secured the services of Dr. C. A. Miller, a grail uate of the University of Michi gan . Dr. Miller is recommended to me as a crown and bridge spec ialist, and he leaves an extended practice in the east to make his noma on the Puget Sound. DR. F. (1. HOC. KRS Office Miller Hotel. 8-29-tf. .WANTED TO RENT— In Lynden or Everson, furnished house, 3 to 5 rooms, by September 1, Ad dress J. A. Kenney, care The Lyn den Tribune. 8-2'J-lt. WHIPPLE'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE! All ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. 0. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71, meet* ererv Saturday In Odd F, llowa' Hall. C. t. Bay, N. O. 11. S Meiuhauer, Secretary. Nooksack Valley Em ampmpnt, No. r»»,. meetß first and third Wedneudu.vs in odd fallows' Halt cieo. Scuvll, C. P. U. S. Steiubauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. :t.">. tueeta first and third Saturdays in L v. o. F. Hall. Ethel iJaiiey, N. O. Jdra. \V. W. Paltmr, Secretary. MASONIC. Lyu't.-n Lodge, No. M, meets second and fourth Thursdays in Mas.m:e Hall, cieo. A. Palmer, W M. I>. W. Ileuder, lot')'. Lynden Chapter. No. 12, O. E. S.. meets first and third Thursdays in Masonic Mail. Mrs. Ueo W. Hall. W. XI. Cieo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden I."dg»', So. i:; 7, uuteta every Monday !u K. of P. Hall. A. lluuttr, 0. C H. S. Stein liauer. K. o[ K. 8. l.yudtn Temple, No, 02. PyttiUm Sisters, IgPetl toeoßfl and CuunU Wedueyda} a ,v K. uf P. liail. MODERN -WOODKEN. Meet every 2nd and 4th Satuolays In Phttey'l Uu.i, on 'lliLrd ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 29 August 1912

PACE 8. WASHINGTON BRIEFLETS Fifty-six candidates have filed for the 13 offices in Cowlitz county. A six-inch powder can, a relic from the battleship Maine, has been Ship ped to Vancouver as a souvenir to be kept by the city. The Oregon and Washington Inter state Laundrymen'B association met In regular annual Bession in Tacoma August 19, 20 and 21. Mountain batteries D, E, and F left Vancouver barracks Tuesday for a 10-weeks' drill and tarket practice at the Warm Springs reservation in Ore gon. For hitting a horse In the head with a biscuit and causing a runaway which resulted In a smashed rig and Injured horse, Clay Keaton, a Centralla man, was fined $20 and costs. K. Thaeißhi, of Los Angeles, a Jap anese aviator, was badly bruised at Liberty Lake, when his biplane dashed Into a grove of trees as he made a landing from a practice flight. Fire, starting in sawdust In the Clark County Box & Lumber com pany's mill, at Vancouver, destroyed the plant and caused a total losb of about...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

\ Every Progressive in Whatcom County Should Vote at the State Primaries, Saturday, Sept. 7 Vol. 5 PROGRESSIVES' WORK IN CONGRESS REVIEW The Sugar Schedule. Why the Difference Between the Progressives of Two Parties Blocked Legislation. In reviewing progressive legislation and the progressive fight during the session of the G2nd Congress, which closed last week, it will be found that the principal fight of the progres sive Republicans has been ' > elimin ate the political boss and the political machine from our governmental fab ric. The progressive Republican has stood and now stands for freedom of Individual action, from the private citizen to the highest office in the nation. He believes that members of congress should follow the dictates of their own consciences and should bo absolutely uncontrolled and uninflu enced by any combination of men or , Interests. He Is, therefore, opposed I to the secret caucus, and much of the Tight that has been waged In congress Ly the Progressi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

f 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 Naila, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spike*. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchant! BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes We are now ready to show you the newest conceptions in Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make. Fall and Winter 1912-13 Will deem it a pleasure to show you a line of clothing that fits and satisfys you throughly at a moderate price. Have You a Safe Deposit Box? S4 $7 SIO A Safe Deposit Box at thi rentals we charge is surely low priced security. For four dollars a yar you can know your valuable {papers, jewels not in use, silverware, heirlooms, etc., are absolutely safe. We invite you to call and have the attendant in charge show you the v...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New. on Page. 6 h.>^ ,rß \ E ' Jacobs was a Belling ham visitor the latter part of lust O. J nylsma, of the Lynden Im plement Co., has gone on a business tiip to eastern points. Miss Cornelia Eerkes is visiting friends and relatives at Oak Har bor. Miss Clara Penberthy of Seattle visited Miss Pearl Baxter last Pri dny. George H. Walker, of Seattle, can didate for congress In the first dis trict, visited Lynden last Saturday. The W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs day, Septemer 12th. with Mrs. Ada Smith. Miss Elnora Polz, Lynden's pop-i ular milliner, who, with her father, has been on an eastern trip for sev eral weeks past, has returned. John Breckenridge, who has; spent the past six months at Pretty Rock, North Dakota, has returned to Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Biggar, of Bellingham, and Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Beebe, of Everson, were calling on Lynden friends Monday. Miss Louise Benz of Council Bluffs, lowa, has been on a two weeks' visit with her friend...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Bncceaaor to Pacific Pilot, first jrabl'd An*. 84. 1901 X,yndan Bob. firat publia'd Jan* 99, 1904 I.jnden Bun-Pilot, artab. Aug. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co.. Washington, every Thuraday. H ROSESZWEIO OwstT and Publlahar Entered as second-c'.ass mail ma.ter. July S, IMS, et the post offlce at Lyr.- den, Washington, under tha Act 01 March S. 1579. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance H-M Six Months in Advance.... Canada and Foreign, or.c Tear Ml Advertising Rates furnished on appli cation. New Sijuar«- Deal in Politic- in the State of Washington i, On next Tuesday at Seattle there v%ill be placed in nomination a full state and congressional ticket by the new Progressive party, after | which will follow the hottest game; of politics ever played in the state of Washington. The present time is a crisis in political organization when a new party is the only avenue that Will lead' to political and economic free dom. The ol...

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

Every Progressive Should Vote at the Primaries, Saturday, Sept. 7, and for Judges on Sept. 10 Supplement to Vol. 5 Kellogg's Reply to Charges Shows Weakness of His Cause Judge Kellogg's reply to his pub lished record is neither dignified nor convincing. Judge Kellogg's backers, purchased the daily newspapers of Bellingham and the judge is verj much exercised over the fact that there still remains in Whatcom Coun ty newspapers that will publish and make known to the citizens of this county the record he has made as judge. Kellogg has even called upon some of the editors and endeavored to frighten thc-m to prevent them from publishing his record, and he would have been glad to find a means to stop the circulation of the story ol his record through the mail, for he lias made serious inquiry in this di rection. In view of the fact that the citizens of Whatcom County and this state are paying the salaries of lh;- --judges and under the law a judge ht supposed to be their servant, and In ...

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

How Kellogg Got His Job- It will bo remembered that Albert E. Mead then sat in the governor's chair, and in this connection it will also be recalled that the forces that put him there were the same ones who today control the two daily newspapers of Whatcom County. And it will also be recalled that the board of county commissioners were part of the Mead- Howard machine, which then had Whatcom County in its grasp. Armed with the resolution request ing a second judge, for this county, Howard and L, N. Griffin descended on the Legislature, where they caused the introduction of a bill providing for this additional judge, which was in troduced in due course of time. Then came the hearing before the proper committees. At that hearing W. H. Pemberton spoke on Judge Neterer's nuthoritv, and told the committee that the judge declared he was amply able to care for the work, and that there was no need of this additional ex pense. Despite this fact, however, the Legislature passed the bill, and ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

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 Jan. Feb. Mar. April 38c 33c May 31c sweet 35c sour 33c June sweet 34c SSc " 35c sour 33c July sweet 35c SSc " 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 $ IMt. Baker the Paradise of America VAST SNOW-FIELDS. W...

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

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 FOB SALE —Good second hand cook sieve, Price $20.00 Ban man Implement Co., Phone X6ll, Lynden. 9-5-tf. STRAYED OR STOLEN —Collie pup answers to name of Carlo. Noti fy Mrs. Fayette, at Telephone Central office. 9-5-lt. UP-TO-DATE Seattle Residence or Business Property, to trade for Acreage near Lynden, or for dai ry stock. Address Jas. Hamt'ord. Blame, R. F. D. No. 2, at Buffa lo Mill 8-5-It. GO TO HANOVER, the Lynden tai lor, and have your clot lies ei ther steam or dry cleaned and pressed to make them look like new. 9-5-4t UP-TO-DATE Dressmaking by the day or piece. Agnes Knlttel, Phone X 431. 9-5-2 L I AM PAYING the highest market price for all kinds of Poultry. Special price for any big breed. A. Boslund, Lynden. 9-5-tf. STORE FOR RENT—The store now occupied by McDaniels' pool and billiard parlor, Palace hotel build in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. 0. F. Lynden Lodge, No. 71, meets every Saturday In Odd Fellows' Hall. C. B. Bay. N. U H a Steinhauer, Secretary. Nooksack Valley Encampment, No. 58 meets first and third Weduesdaya lv Odd Fellows' Uall Ueo. Seovll, U. P. 11, S. Steinhauer, Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 35, meets Brst and third Saturdays lv J. O. O. F. Hall Etbel Bailey, M. U. Mrs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden Lodge, No. 5«, meets second and fourth Thursdays In Masonic Hall. Ueo. A, Palmer \v M. U. W. Bender, Bee'y. ' Lynden Chapter, No, 12, O. E. S., meets first nnd third Thursdays in Msßonic Hall. Mrs uco W. Hall, W. M. Geo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 137, nieeta every Monday In K. of P. Hall. A. Hunker, C. 0. U. S. Stein haver, K. of It. S. Lynden Temple, No. «2, Pythian Sister*, meets second aud fourth Wednesdays lv K. of P. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturdays In Pliley'a Uall, on Third St. Warren E. llawley. Clerk. BROTHERH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 September 1912

A PECULIAR WOMAN. The Born Parisienne, Her Moods, Her Smile and Her Charm. The Pnrisienne Is not nnd never has been representative of the French woman, although she might be de scribed as the distilled essence of all that Is French. She Is too volatile to be typical of the women of France. She Is also bizarre, »nd the Frenchwoman, broadly speak ing, never is. She Is gny and morbid at one and the same moment. She is eternally young, yet born with the cynical wisdom of ages. She Is brave to the point of folly. She Is free from any taint of provincialism and In a way stands on n small pinnacle apart from the rest of womankind with a smile that has some fellowship with that of the sphinx. Her charm Is world Indisputable and of a peculiar kind. She is not beautiful, and she is never merely pretty, but charm runs in her blood, and it Is as natural for her to use It as it Is for the sun to sblne. Everything about her is witness to this attribute, and she herself accepts It as a law written...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

Vol. 5 PROGRESSIVE PARTY PRIMARIES AND STATE AND COUNTY CONVENTIONS. Col. Roosevelt is Given Great Receptions at Spokane, at Seattle and at Tacoma. Cheering Thousands Welcome the Illustrious Leader of the Progressives. Tuesday's Demonstration the Biggest Affair of the Kind in the History of the State's Metropolis. Hodge for Governor September 10 was a red letter day In Seattle. In adidtion to the regular primaries, the lirst state convention of the new Progressive party was held that day, and Colonel Roosevelt, for the third time in his life, visited the big Sound City. Long be.'ore 9 o'clock in the morning, the hour at which 1 lie distinguished visitor was Que to arrive, several thousand people had congre gated at the Union Depot to get a glimpse of the "Strenuous One." Dele gations to the state convention repre senting various counties were there with banners and standards, and with red bandanas everywhere, added a pic turesque touch to the scene. The Whatcom County delegation, wi...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

' PAGE MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence. Stee! Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothet Merchant! BELLINGHAM. WASH. This Store is the home *t Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes We are now ready to show you the newest conceptions in Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make Fall and Winter 1912-13 Will deem it a pleasure to show you a line of clothing that fits and satisfy* you throughly at a moderate price. Have You a Safe Deposit Box? $4 $7 SIO A Safe Deposit Box at the rentals we charge is surely low priced security. For four dollars a year you can know your valuable {papers, jewels not in use, silverware, heirlooms, etc., sre absolutely safe. We invite you to call and have the attendant In charge show you the vaul...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newi on Pagei 6 and 7 Uttle Miss Merle Brown is ill and under the doctor s care this week. D. Vander Griend is ill and under 1 the doctor's care. Mrs. Byron, of Belllngham, is a guest at the home of her daughter Mrs. Jamieson. Miss Anna Tromp went to Bel-! llngham last week, where she will attend the Normal school this year. Mr. M. Folz was quite ill at his home a few days last week, but is now on the road to recovery. A new daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Yos, Tuesday morning. Mrs. S. B. Gross returned last e vening from a week's visit in Van couver. Mrs. Will Blonden and Miss Ag nes Blonden were in Bellingham Tuesday. Miss Ada Hoover returned Sun day evening from a two week's va cation spent at Everson, Maple Falls and Glacier. Mrs. Holmes, who recently under went an operation at St. Luke's hos pital in Bellingham, returns this e rening to the hospital lor a second operation. Frank Worthen nnd Walter Mun tcber left this mornin...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

TEE LTS'DE.V TEE3USB / i :> • ~* -111 J r. : .* ■ : OFFICIAL PAPEE OF WHATCOM COUKTY - *- - • • A;.tr--i--s c- a.??:.- Prin- nele*. We eta-: ' • a ftts tr A-er -3 We need 'J" a- -« • -« '« ' , "2 j. 5 .- '•- j - • at i * a . < * Ml : .« ' MT< «-.a.j fer »--- 3 ccf f r«i ai -s*. ia-aj* -2 • =-> *~ TM i:t- 5 imillU *" *»C* ""■ i.cs-. = t 5"; : ;a—, t-a --.... bet* M THej a-t inv.t : t ;-.<««■-«<■•. «' --' • it it' i I : '- 3" • t""'*"- *■ '-' s t-i -tat = -9?- v. A~;--.a- **ti t.t "s *t-* a*. C- ca;: ..-v -" •' * t ' ; a: * *'- £.* -si r: — :-e :<te<3 van ta fv ».'.a*! always -c- tfce 3 '- - 51; T- - 3-ta*.«r. ret; i-s its sMI :a r\,. ct t-e -' / t- r; :e-u n a::-- MM tar rl i .r;t-a-t/. r- a".' -it '-' -*-'" 3 " - -- r,r -« .. . c." i• * '•' --'.-» -- \ " ' i r s s* c -- ' s-- M*tJ sea' b) Ihs jres t»"t' '. a" M ■ ■' : '■' t-e ii-.: ■ 5 t-e fact t-at t-e pc» p- i govs ml M :;i" taker be giver bae* to tne people. U ho I- Perfect Wtat was the reai cans* of the b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

Co*tsrmon S on t n Morocco. In Morocco the oostermonr,-r reooa mends bis wares by pledging tbe cred It of a saint. "In tbe name of Mr Idrissl Koast chestnuts!- »l a tns nnmeof our Lord Muhammad v, riadv Popcorn: Popcorn:" "In the name of Sidua All-bu-Uhaleh! Melons' Nice sweet melons:" "Allah hi |Tac)oasl Leans, I rted beon«.'" "There be no might nor majesty save in Allah: Wa ter: Cool Waterr These and the like are beard at every turn Even t!je auctioneer who is calling out the price of a slave or tbe Lids for a Rabat car pet is careful to interlard bis protes sional talk freely with allusions to his Maker and tbe plethoric roll of Moor, ish saints.—London Times. A Cute Lassie. "1 suppose 1 ought to be wearing eyeglasses." she said, "but 1 can't." "How do you know?" inquired the young man. "I've tried it. I had to give it up " "Why so:" "Becnuse." she answered, with down cast eyes, "they did me more harm than good. My eyelashes wouid brus!, against tbero every time 1 winkM* Now that...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

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 LOST—At High School a signet ring with "J. C. B." initals. Find er please return to P. A. AVright, High School or Palace Hotel and receive reward. sp-12-lt. The Fall Patterns in Axminster and Brueeele Kugs, have arrived at c. W. Waldron'e Elk street Store in Belllngham and are being Bold at attractive prices. No cash down required, sizes up to 12xl. r > feet. The largest assortment north of Seattle to choose from, also fine Wiltons, in all sizes. FOR SALE- Two I'ows, N. De Frees, Route 2, Hlaine. north of Buffalo Mill. lt-pd. LOST—Thursday, between .lainie son's store nnd school house, a post card folder. Finder please return to Post office. Mrs. L. ID, Livingston. lt-pd. FOR SALE- Fall Wheat, fanned and sacked. Inquire Ralph Pilon Phone 1403, Lyndon. 9-12-tf. FOR SALE -Few good, grade Jer sey cows. F. .W. Ware, mile a...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 September 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES tm l o. o. r. LynOen Lodge. No. 71. meet, evirv SaturJaT k. Odd fellow.- Hall. C E. Bar, X v 11 S SUinbauer. Seerelarj. Xookuck Valley Encampment. No. 58, meet, fir.l and third Wednesday, lv odd Fellow,' U.li Geo leeftt, CP, H. s. steinhauer. tx.ril>e. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. Xu. IS, umti find and third Saturday* lv I, o. O, V Hail i n,. B*n*y. N. v. Mr.. W. W. Palmer, ircn'tar" MASONIC. Lynden Lodge. No. 56. mi wend ,nd fourth Thur..luva lv Maauuic Hall. Geo. A. I'ulwer W al. P. W. IVu.kr, See'y, Lynden Chapter. No. )2, o. E. 8.. nmti Br«t and third Tnurndaya in Mu.hmc Hail Ml. Ueo W. Hall. W. al. Geo. W. Hall, Sec*. KNIGHTS Of PYTHIAS Lynden Lodge, No, EST, luecta tun Monday In K. of P. Hall. A. hunker. C. C. H. s. Stein Laut-r, K. uf U. S. Ljnd.n Teeaajla, No. 02. Pythian llsiiu. mwtm eecuud and fourth WnilniigtlaJ ■ in U. uf P. Hall MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd aud 4tb Saturday* Io Pliley'a BaU, uo Tnlrfl St. Warren E. tlewfct*, clerk. BROTHERHOOD OF AMER...

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