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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

$20.00 to $25.00-The RIGHT Price to Pay for a Suit THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER that you cannot duplicate anywhere for anything near this same price. $20 to $25 will buy one of these stunning suits, pure virgin wool fab ric that gives it unequaled wear, quality and appearance, the real styles from the source of the newest and best fashions. We can show you better than words can tell how much $20 to $25 will do here. Come and let us show you proof. <JWe've also got 12.50, 1 5.00 and 18.00 suits—good value for the price. Headlight Overalls For Men—There's no better ovehgj made than the Headlight. We've never heard a word of complaint, Another pair for any not satisfactory. Men's bib, $1.00; men's waist, 85c. SHEUERMAN DRESS SKIRTS FOR LADIES gSfe* The Sheuerman skirts are apprecia rv\ ted by women who V Jyjp are particular as to style, material and Mff/T workmanship. Mi i\\ These skirts are MM i I n< >t made in sweat 11/ I/// H \ •h°P*» »nd are not "thrown /Hllhlll l\\ together,...

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. — 19 May 1910

Page 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, fissi published Aug. 24, 1901 lynden Sun, first published June 39, ioct Lynden Sun.PHot, cstab'd Aug. 10. 1903 DAN CLOUD, Publisher, Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8. 1908. at the post office at lijn den, Washington, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Tear In Advance 11 * Klx Months in Advance B Canada and Forelsrn one Year .. ..*2.00 Advertising Rates furnished on applica tion. Srilmnr Senator John L. Wilson was in Lyn den Tuesday with the party of IBoost ers from Bellingham, and I like the way the senator talks. Among other things he said: "Yes I am coming up to see you again this summer, but not to talk politics. It is true I want to be sena tor but it is in the interests of the state I want the office; it is that I may work in the national capital for these things which are dearest to my heart as a Washingtonlan. If I speak will not be a political speech but a speech or lecture in the Inter est...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

BIG BOOM ON OTHER SIDE OF THE LINE Vancouver Men Expect Trian To Be Built Thru To Bellingham There is a big land movement on just across the Canadian line, and any owner, it is said, has almost daily opportunities to dispose of his land at from $50 for rough uncleared land to $125 for partieally improved farms. Tbe buyers are Vancouver and West minster real estate men and capital ists and it is said their eagerness is due to tbe statement that an elec tric line is to be extended from West minster to Aldergrove, nine miles north of Lynden. Many of the Can adian farmers believe that the Hue is really planned to be built from Vancouver tj Bellingham and they think it will run almost strait south from Aldergrove in which event it would pass through Ljnden- A farmer friend of the Tribune's in that neigh borhood says: "I refused $50 for some uncleared upland. Several tracts have been sold at that price. The Thos. Dudton farm at this corner of the township line and Vale road sJd lor $125. ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

Page 6 SIDELIGHTS FROM OTHER CITIES IN WASHINGTON ABERDEEN—R. H. Sargent, ar retted here for selling obsoeae pic tures, has been sentenced by Judge Mason Irwin, of the Superior Court to nine months in the penitentiary. ABERDEEN—AII big logging camps and many small ones will close June 1 tor 30 days. One hundred and twenty million feet of logs are now available giving an ample supply to the mill for a month. NORTH ,YAKIMA— Conservative es timates of the population of North Yakima place the figures at 16,600. The population of the city, according to the census of 1900, was 166. OLYMPIA —The Supreme Court has decided that the state law, which ex acts a 26 per cent tax on estates of 110,000 or over, must be upheld when the heirs are aliens and of the third degree of relationship. STEVENSON—At the last meeting of the Skamania County commission ers, $1600 was voted towards the county fair to be held at this place some time during the months of Oc tober. TACOMA—A logging trala ran •way on ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. BEEBE Proprietor of the Midget Barber Shop. On Front St. East of Fourth Street. LYNDEN WASH. DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON ROOM 310 EXCHANGC BuiLCINC BELLINGHAM ! J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Plea and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. THUS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Special attention given to Diaeaaes of the Eye, Noae and Throat, Lynden, Wash. THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH C. H. HORNBUCKLE. Agent for Waterloo Gaaoline Eng., United States Cream Separator. 80. Bellingham Wash. THIS SPACE 76 CENTS A MONTH EDER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS Of DRATINO Tin— and Team -work. Some ebolc Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tentlon to all business. Both 'phones THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. THIS SPACE 76 CENTS A MONTH DR. B. V. MOUNTER, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office, Miller Hotel. Lynden. Wn. FRANK W. BLXBY Attorney at Lafa Notary Work, Flre Insurance written D:*d...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 19 May 1910

I»AQE 8 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS VAN BUREN Sunday school at 10:30 every Sun day. Mr. and Mrs Fred Pierce and two sons were Sunday guests of G. L- Ab bots of Custer. Miss Cholo Deams Is confined to her home with measles. S. A. Strange of Sumas spent Mon day night at the Morris home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J- Morris and fam ily Edith, Walter and Jack were in Bellingham Sunday to hear Billy Sun da Mrs. M. Ranick made a business trip to Sumas Saturday. Mrs- R. Alex was in Bellingham Sunday. , . The Miller Shingle Mill is closed this week, being busy with the new tram road. A very pleasant party was given ror Mrs. Henry Pierce, of West Van Bu ren on May », 1910 in honor of her fiith birthday. A bountiful dinner was served at noon- Those present were; Mrs. M. Ranick, Mrs. R. Kirkman and daughter Marguerete, Mr. and Mrs. A- Alex, and daughter Edna; Mrs Alex; Mrs. Riddle; Mrs Slles of Lynden; Mrs M. J. Morris and daughter Miss Edith; and Mrs. Perry Heathers and three children, of Kendal; Miss May AVhlppl...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

hi. 2 ■OMMENCEMENT DAY lext Week Ends First r ear of the Full Course ligh School—Gradua on Program and Oth r Closing Days* Events ■ Vera Robinson. X lUjesit E. Taylor. I Thi' above named young ladies will I* mo i ust graduates of the four-year Btfgh pchool courae in Lynden. The Koiniuoncement program which fol- Hnws will be held ln Jamieson h opera Bouse, one week from tonight, at 8 ■avocation Rev. J. M. Wilder ■bonis Lynden Glee Club Kddress Elmer L. Cave Kush Ladies 1 Chorus of Class to the Board Hjj of Education BI Presentation of Diplomas H Tbe class motto is, "Mehr Llcht." V Tbe clusj colors are, maize and lav- W endi r. X Tbe class flower is the white car- It nation. F Most of next week Is to be given [ up to commencement week programs . and doings. On Sunday at 8 P. M. the > bacealauieate sermon will be preach ed by Rev. Wilder. Tuesday the 31st the Junior class gives a reception. Wednesday rright June 1, the class day exercises will be beld in Jamie son's opera house, and...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

PAGE 2 Be sure to be here Saturday. It is the last day of the great est sale in the history of this store—this STOCK REDUCING SALE We stop at nothing. Every article in the house, without exception, has been subjected to a price reduction—in every instance as much as they could possibly stand. A Popular Millinery Section Many women buying two or three hats now at the prices they usually pay for one. Get a hat now while you have the opportunity to make such great savings and better yet, buy one for every costume. Nowhere else will you find such a range of styles, kinds, colors and qualities. Our Millinery Department offers greater reductions than most any other department during this sale, as probably nowhere else are we so badly overstocked. "Come Just to See." ALL OUR EXPENSIVE PATTERN HATS AT PRICES NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE $5.00 to $0.50 Hats; sale price.. $3.65 $7.50 to $10.00 Hats; sale price.. $4.75 Our Famous line of $12.50 Trim med Hats; choice $7.25 No distance too great You Sa...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

In all the world no overall like Although overalls have advanced in price since last fall, we are still selling the headlights at the old price. Headlight Over alls still cost us from 1.50 to 2.00 more per dozen than oth er brands that are being sold at the same price as ours. The best in overalls however, as in ev erything else, is not too good for our customers. Bib overalls in blue, blue and white stripe and gray, per pair— st.oo Waist overalls 85c Men's work shirts in black drill, black and white and best in value you ever saw at 50 cents. Men's Balbriggan underwear for hot weather, in black and white, 50c Men's fine ribbed underwear, colors gray, brown and pink, garment 50c Tennis Shoes and Slippers are just what you need at this time of the year. We have a big stock of them. Men's tennis shoes . . . 85c Men's tennis slippers . . . 75c Boy's tennis slippers . . . 65c Youth's tennis slippers . , , 60c Ladies' tennis slippers . . . 60c Misses' tennis slippers . . , 55c Child's te...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

Pago 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, rissf published Aufl. 24, l»OI Lynden Sun, first published June 29, 1004 Lynden Sun-Pllof, estob'd Aug. 10, I9OS DAN CLOUD, Publisher, Entered as second-class mall twitter. July 8 1908. at the post office at Lyn don, Washington, under the Act ot March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance Wj Six Months ln Advance ,5 Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..*2<» Advertising Rates furnished on appllca tion. Qlribuw fey (Enrrwr Hon II L. McCormick, of Tacoma, has withdrawn from the race for sena torship, owing to serious illness. Mr. McCormick was a strong man, and a capable one, and had he been elected, Washington would have had occasion to be proud of him. His great wealth was his only drawback as a candi date. As a matter of fact Washing ton is proud of him anyway. Mr. Mc- CortnlfX ii liberal with his wealth. There Bra few worthy charities that do not know him. Th s withdrawal leaves only three candidates who have any stren...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

THE COUNTY COMMENT Sumas is holding Its commence ment program this week. Blame is spending over $42,000 for paving. Think of it, and some Lynden people objected to spending $2,00(1 for grading. Oh well, but then, Lynden is ln the center of the great Nook sack Valley, where a town will be a town ln spite of itself. We like that Blame Journal. It de voted two or three inches to telling its readers what a fine celebration the town of Lynden was going to have on the Fourth. The Grangers of Laurel are plann ing to hold a two days fair at Fern dale sometime this fall. We would have been glad to welcome them i n tie Lynden Produce Day show. However there is rocm for two such shows. We'll help the Laurel Grangers make their show and will gladly welcome them in helping us make our show. The Bellingham high schcol will graduate 90 pupils this year. Gov. Hay has promised to increase the reward offered by this county for H. J. Welty to $500. Welty was at the head ef the defunct Home Secur ities...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

Page 6 DISPLAY WINDOWS AND DISPLAY ADS Little Talks on Live Ones By Q. E. D. This column is for criticism kind ly Briticism—and comment on win dow displays and advestlsements of various merchants, local nnd other wise, and is expected to help interest readers in the efforts of Lynden bus iness men to keep them posted on the newest, the best and cheapest. Hlonden Hros. have had a IttßO dis play of luscious grapes hanging i"- on of their windows, and below it is a tow headed youngster grinning over a full glass of Walker's grape juice, t looks good, and better yet, it sells tbe dope. The three big stores, the Lynden Department Store, the Farmers' Mer cantile and Hrown & Cole, last week filled their ads with the best line of selling talk that has appeared In the Tribune for a year—and a good deal Of It was clothing talk. H Mulder's Lynden Meat Market Is hack again with an advertisement. It. was on page four last week. It's brief but it's a sane and practical bid for business. Price...

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. — 26 May 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. BEEBE Proprietor of the Midget Barber Shop. On Front St. East of Fourth Street. LTNDEN WASH. DR. W. I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON MOOM 310 EXCHANai Buiioino BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Plea and Cakes always on band. Lynden, Washington. THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Special attention given to Dlaeaaea of the Eye, Nose and Throat Lynden, Wash. THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH C. H. HORNBUCKLE. Agent for Waterloo Gasoline Eng., United States Cream Separator. So. Bellingham Waab. THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH EDER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF PRAYING | Express and Team work. Some cholc Alder Wood tor sale. Prompt at tentlon to all business. Both 'phones THIS SPACE 75 CENTS A MONTH DR C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden. Washington. THIS SPACE 76 CENTS A MONTH DR. B. V. MOUNTER, PHYSICIAN and SUROEON Office, Millar Hotel. Lynden, Wn. FRANK W. BLXBY Attorney at Lit* Notary Work, lira Insurance written D:*d...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 May 1910

PAGE 8 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS children moved this week to Fern dale where his parents reside. Mr J W. Filllnger and Mr. Thomas of Bellingham are painting the new A. C. Church this week. Mr Thos. Green left Monday for Arizona where he expects to remain for some time. Mr and Mrs. Archie Germain are the proud parents of a fine boy, born \iay 22nd. „ .... The W. C T. U. met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. llcCallum. .Miss Alma Brown returned Satur day after spending a few months with friends at Waterville. Miss Amanda Gunderson has joined her parents at Stan wood for the sum mer A farewell party was given In her honor at the home of Mr. Wm. Hunt last Thursday evening. Mr. Jos. Bayes who has been look ing after his interests here for a few days has left for southern Washing ton where he expects to make bis home. The Gera Sunday School held a pic nic last Saturday, which was largely attended and enjoyed by all. BOOTHS CdijNKRS Ed. several days last week with Harry and Bruce Litton....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

AMERICA'S DEB H i wonder how many people know Hktnerlca's debt to the Dutch. Bong ago 1 was talking to a friend Bte said: B"I like Lynden, and you have one of Mhf greatest farming sections ln the ■Jtate, but I don't want to settle in a HJ. reign community." Bf My frlenu only showed Ignorance. ■TJiere is no utuer people who so ■Booi. make citizens after their first ■arrival ln America —good citizens too. Bit Is the first work of Dutch Churches Band schools to instruct in citizen ■Rhlp. Wherever p.ssible their church- Bes and schools are conducted in the ■English language, because that Is the Slanguage of America. Knowing these f things, and wanting all of the Trlb -9 une readers to know them, we gladly 1 reprint from the Ladies' Home, Jour nal, an article written by that great Lisorlan Dr. William Elliot Griff is, I on "America's Debt to the Dutch.'' Di. Griff Is writes: "The truth as to our vastness of our debt to tbe Dutch has been 1 >ng in reaching the American public, but It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

PAGE 2 CLOSING EXERCISES OF YEAR'S WORK (Continued from page one) more light, for more knowledge led Peary to the cold stormy Arctic in search of the North Pole; the self same desire took Teddy Into the wilds of Africa on a great hunt; it also led Madame Aurle and her husband into the arduous, path of science, the end of whici when reached gave them the wonderful new property called ra dium, so by diligent study we have taken one step up the ladder of know ledge In search of more light. "The lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And departing leave behilnd us Footprints in the sands of time. We have had our ideals and tried to keep our actual work in touch with i hem because the value of ideal- Ism is to uplift and make better the real work of our lives. We have tried t-> do our duty and have done it as tar i.s ye were able. Wo sincerely hope that you will take up the work where we leave it to night and carry it out so that the name of the Lynden High Sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

It's just the weather to be wearing one of these stunning new models, made in all the seasonable shades and styles, correct to the dot, right to the smallest detail. Many of them made exclusively for us by W&MmtUk**^m***mm*******m^mu**&i y '' THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER ' If you want to be one hundred points right in appearance, if you want to feel and know that you are dressed as a man should be dressed who wants to carry a good impression and be accorded a welcome wherever he goes, the quicker you get into one of these suits the better satisfied you will be. The colors you will, not find elsewhere. Many of these shades and patterns are exclusive. The styles are ahead of the commonplace, too, for they come straight from America's leading style makers. We are specializing this line, offering these sterling garments at prices that are not the least of their attractions, from $20 up. See how far $20, $22.50 and $25 will go. We've some values at $15 and $18. Uncle Sam Endorses OU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

Page 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pltowflssl published Aug. 2«, 1001 Lynden Sen, first published June 20, ISO* Lynden Sun-Pilot, estab'd Aufl. 10, lOOS Ehtersd as second-class mall natter. July 8. 1908. at the pout office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act or March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance I l ' 6o Six Months ln Advance 76 Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..»2<» Advertlslnß Rates furnished on applica tion. We found a horseshoe. We picked it up Hereafter we'll be as independent us if we were rich and getting richer. Our opinions may not be right always —in fact they may, often go wrong, but they will still be our opinions. We may go broke because of our o ptnkm but that's our concern and HO one else's. It's a good thing to feel this way a icng at the beginning of a campaign. Many things come up that tempt a newspaper man not to be Independent and he's generally poor enough so that he is temptable. We are poor enough, as a matter of fact, but L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD TACOMA—The 15th annual conven tlon of the Washington Bankers' Asso ciation will be held in the cities of Hoquiam and Aberdeen July 21, 22 and 23. NORTH YAKIMA—Apples of the Yakima Valley will be displayed at •he two great fruit expositions in the United States this year, at the na tional apple shows ln Spokane and Chicago. TACOMA—General James M. Ash ton, of Tacoma, has announced his candidacy for United States Senator, and will submit his name to the vot ers at the September primaries. TACOMA—Mayor Fawcett, at the session of the city commission, in 15 minutes made cuts ln the salaries pro posed by the other commissioners for subordinates that ln a year would amount to $18,000. DAYTON—With Continued favorable weather the next few weeks, the ap ple crop of the Touchet Valley will break all records, the estimate of au thorities varying from 80,000 to 110,- --000 boxes of No. 1 fruit. NORTH YAKIMA—Upon the piec Ing together of parts of an old letter which was fo...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 June 1910

Page 6 ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Harmony Closes Meeting. RAYMOND— Harmony marKed the closing hours of the convention of the Southwestern Washington Develop ment Association. The resolutions adopted commend the State Good Roads Association work aad approve the course of the State Highway Com missioner, over whom the good read ers of the Southwest entertain diversi fied opinions. Adversisement and set tlement of the district as a unit of the state will be promoted and a prelim inary fund of money was raised by assessing each club $50 fcr each 1000 population. Thus, $3500 will be avail able. J. E. Barnes, of Centralis, was continued as secretary at $1800 per annum. The Seattle Chamber of Com merce wired a cofftrlbutlon of $1000 Hoquiam won out as the next place of meeting, the dates being August 6 and 7. Railway Fight Nears End. SPOKANE—One of the most bitter and most determined fights which has taken place in Spok...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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