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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 17 October 1912

PAGE 8. PREMIUMS. Continued from Page Seven. Plum catsup, Mrs. J. C. Curry, Fern dale, first, SOc. Apple catsup, Mrs. J. C. Curry, Fern dale, first, BOc. Mixed vegetables, Mrs. W. H. Elder Lynden, first, SOc. Poach pickles, Mrs. W. H. Elder. Lynden, first, SOc. Crape pickles-, Mrs. J. C. Curry. Ferndale, first, 50c. Best display, Mrs. W. 11. Elder, I.ynden. first. $1; second, Mrs. J. C. Curry, Ferndale. second, SOc. Class IX.—Hotter and Cheese. Display of creamery butter, Bannet Creamery, Lynden, first; I.ynden Creamery, Lynden, second. Ilulter from separated cream, Mrs. W. J. Johnson, Ferndale, first. Sample full cream cheese, creamery made. Banner Creamery, I.ynden. first. Sample full cream cheese, home made, Mrs.' Hilda Wright, I.ynden, first. Department J. —Needlework. Embroidery— •Silk—Mrs. Geo. Hall, I.ynden, Ist, r.Oc. French Embroidered Pillow slips-- Mrs. ii. w. Schuylerman, i.ynden, isi, r.Oc. Embroidered Hod Spread—Mrs - . M. D. Gaskill. I.ynden, Ist, r.Oc. Cross Stitch A...

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. — 24 October 1912

Vol. 5 What the Progressive Party Stands For 1. A party based on present issues. 2. A nonsectional party. 3. The people must rule. 4. No child labor. 5. Living wage for woman workers. 6. No night work for women and an 8 hour day. 7. One day's rest in seven. 8. Safety standards for wage-earners. 9. Health standards to stop "sweating." 10. Insurance against old age and loss of job. 11. Fair compensation for industrial ac cidents. 12. Full publicity of work conditions. 13. Training for those who quit school early. 14. Laboratories to aid production. 15. Support of the principle of unionism. 16. A federal department of labor. 17. The invisible government must go. 18. Direct primaries, local and national. 19. Popular election of senators. 20. The short ballot. 21. Initiative, referendum and recall. 22. Stringent laws against bribery. 23. Publicity for . legislative work "in committee.'' 24. No more officeholders as party officers. 25. The Constitution belongs to thepcople. 26. It should ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on Page 1 and 6 At Pixley's hall, October 2P. George ft. Cole and L. J. Drown were liellinghum visitors Monday. Mrs. L. A. Osgood left Saturday morning for her home in California. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Holla Handy Friday evening. Votes for Hardin und Pemberton are votes for untrammeled justice. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cloud were Se attle visitors from Friday until Mon day morning. A. M. TeSelle and family left on Monday for their former home at Firth, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11.I 1 . Hoerhave re turned the first of the week from a trip to Seattle. t The W. C. T. I. will give a Ma trons' Declamatory contest in the M. E. church this evening. .No ad mission will be charged. J. YV. Austin, of Laurel, democrat ic candidate for county commissionei was in Lynden Monday in the inter nals of his candidacy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Somers were tendered a reception at Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening by the local; orders of Odd Fellows and Kebekah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

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Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

COLONEL ROOSEVELT'S MILWAUKEE SPEECH o His Spirit the Party's. "The Progressive Movement for the Betterment of Mankind Will Not Be Checked. Attempting to speak, just after' a would-be assassin had lired a bullet into his body, this is what Theodore Koosevelt said in Milwau kee. He Baid it with possible death awaiting the result of his wound. How well he expressed not merely llie spit it animating him personally but the spirit of the Progressive party. Here are his words: "Friends." he began, "1 shall have to ask you to be as quiet as possible. I do not know whether you fully understand that 1 have just been shot, but it takes more ttiau that to kill a bull moose. Fortunate ly l had my manuscript i holding up tlie manuscript showing the audience where Hie bullet had gone through, i so you see 1 was going to make a long speech. And. friends, the hole is in it, but the bullet Went through and it probably saved it from going iuto my heart. The bullet is iv me now, so that 1 can not make...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 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 WANTED—Position milking on dai ry ranch. Roger Hardy, Route 2, Lynden. 10-24-1 FOR SALE —Cow coming fresh in February. Two fine bred colts, 1 aud 2 yean old. Lynden Imple ment Co. 10-24-tf. THIS IS to notify the public that I have sold my business, and per sons knowing themselves to be indebted to me are requested to call and settle, ns I expect to go away soon. J. VV. Grove, 10-24-lt. NOTICE —To the people of Lynden; I, the undersigned, wish to make it known that on hearing any more slander on my character or against me in any shape or form, 1 will be compelled to take legal steps In the matter. Mrs. May Blonden. 10-24-11. BESIDES FINE Rugs and Furni ture, desirable Art Squares, in sizes up to 12 x 15, are kept by 0; W. Waldron on Elk street, Bellingham. No cash payment down is required on the same. Our special m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. lynden Lodge. No. 71, meets every Saturday In Old Fellows' Uall. C. K. Hay, N. 0. U. S. Htflnhsuer. Seeretury. Nooksack Valley Knentnptnont, No. 50, meets first and third Wednosdaya In Odd Fellows' Hull, i,, 11 HeuVll, I. I. 1L S. Steluhauor, Mcrlhe. Harmony Rebates Lodge, No. IS, meets first snd third Saturday s in I. o. o. t, BsU. Kih.-i Bdite/, X. O. Mrs. W. W. Palmer. Secretory. MASONIC. I fades Lodpe, No. Ml, meets MCUBd nml fourth Thursdays in Muoaic Uall. Geo. A. Palmer, W. \j n. W. Beader, Soe'y. l.yndea Chapter, No. 12. O. E. S., Suetl first and third Thursdays In Masonic Halt. .Urn. Oeu. w Uall, W. it. USO, W. Uall, lee'/, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. IST, kteeM every Monday In h ~r P. Uall. A. Hunker, C. C. H. S. Stein bauer, K. of It. S. Lynden Temple, No. 62, Pythian Slater*, Sims uml and fourth Wednesdays iv K. of I. Hull. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every SBd anil 4th Saturdays ln PUley'e [lull, un Third St. Warren H. llaivloy, Clerk....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

PAGE 8. KING FERDINAND King Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, who lead* the Balkan armies against Turkey. WILSON MEETING IN DANGER Maude Malone Start* a Small Riot; Police Eject Her. New York — Governor Wilson's Brooklyn meeting at the Academy of Music Saturday night was almost broken up by a small riot that fol lowed the demand of Miss Maude Malone, a famous local suffragette, that the candidate declare himself en votes for women. Three policemen fought with her for several minutes, while Governor Wilson stood at the front of the stage and yelled as loud as he could: "Stop that, gentlemen, stop that; I beg of you, do not put her out. Gentlemen, atop that." His voice never reached the bal cony, where the struggle was In prog ress. Miss Malone fought to resist the police while the whole audience of 4000 or 6000 people stood up, screamed, gasped, hissed or cheered. Warship Has Reached Vera Cruz Vera Cruz.—The United States cruiser Dcs Moines, in command ot Captain Charles F. Hughes, has ar rive...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 24 October 1912

SUPPLEMENT TO Vol. 5 (Advertisement.) Kellogg Helps Cor poration Dailies Voter, should be careful to remember that voting a straight party ticket does not include a vote for judges. The judge ticket is at th. bottom of the ballot. Make an X after the name of W. H. Pem berton for superior court judge as Follows: W. H. PEMBERTON... Straight Party Ticket Vote Does Not Count on Judges The corporations have bought the dally papers and are printing false hoods in order to deceive the people and thereby secure the election of John A. Kellogg, their candidate. Be fore voting on November sth, please read his record, so that you may know some of the facts that the daily papers do not want you to know. Why is Judge Kellogg Supported by the corporation dailies of Bellingham? Why do these newspapers give more •pace and print more false statements in the Interest of Kellogg than all their other candidates? They love him most. When the most malicious and false editorials were printed in the trust ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

Vol. 5 THE STANDPAT MUD BATTERIES RE-ACT Hodge Stronger than at any Time During the Campaign. The Truth about His Naturalization. Extrava gance of the Hay Administration. After surveying the political field' as calmly as possible—.if one can be 1 calm at all ln such a campaign as that just closing—about the safest prediction that one can make is that Hobert T. Hodge will be the next governor of the state of Washing ton. Hodge has had the distinction of winning the election twice. Three weeks ago he was surely elected if the Hodge wave that swept over the whole state can be taken as an indi cation. Then the Wilson and Per kins press unmasked their mud bat teries and filled the air with uuch a flood of vileness that the people were astounded and for the moment Hodge was most certainly defeated Sanity returned, however, and by their very intensity the attacks had the opposite effect from that which was intended. • • • • The climax in the brutal cam paign waged against Hodge came when t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

PAGE 2. Radically new are the Fall Styles we carry The newest conceptions in Men's Clothing of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make Much handsomer than any Models we have ever had before. Tailored in the fine st clothes shops in the world. Absolutely Pure Wool and Hand Tailored. Guaranteed. GAGE - DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS antl 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 180+ Pay the IPrice The things worth having in this world command high prices and must be striven for. The price of future independence and comfort is systematic money de positing. Not necessarily in large sums, but tbe continuous laying aside what can be spared from the weekly wa...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newt on P»g« 1 snd 6 The Tribune acknowledges a pleas - ant call from the state's chief ex ecutive. M. E. Hay, on Saturday _The polls will be open next Tues day, November sth, from BAM to 8 P. M. The W. 0. T. P. Wll) meet No- ' veiuber 14th at the home of Mrs Keisey Rev. Herbert Jones, of the M E. church, w ill preach at Sunnyside on L Sunday afternoon. . Miss Amy Vail returned Tuesday from Blame where she had been vis- , i'ing the J. R. Vail family for a tew ( days. Voters in the rural precinctß, re- j member that in order to vote on the local option question you must ask tor a ballot separate from that of the general election. I; Vote for B. P. Shoemaker for 1 justice of the peace. He deserves to be re-elected. He has done his , duty fearlessly and impartially. , The Matrons' Declamatory con test which was to have been given last week will be held at the Meth- : odist church this (Thursday) even- ' ing. The Tribune is in receipt of a let- 1 ter ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

PAOI * iMI I\ N DEN fRIBUNE Hoi. .• *< i to Pacta* ru.<( taMt *»« ff < ,nOl l.j MM •>'<>> iltl i nMIIM Jim* 0° I#o4 Vm.i»» nun rtlot. »»tnl< Aim. 10. 1901 l i n.Vn. \\ iim.'om CM., Washington, ni i i Hun-sit*) M IMNMIVMI «>... .'i nml PnMleh*! i.ii.-n-.i n» .>.mi.i . mat I matter, Jlllj », r.vs, i<l th* Por»t oAtcs M ••>" \\ ni nmi. ton, iiu.li-v (li* Act of M .i.-li ,t is.» OFFICIAL PAPKB OF \\ KATCOM COUNTY MUnacmrttoN ratks. Ow> \o.ir in *dV»nO* Kl\ Month* 1" A<t\nn.-iv .T* » nnit.U »n.l t'.M.Mi.n en* *•*! »••* \.\\ol tlstA* RaHe ruiHlsliiM on appll' | v ill. iui . <>l Hum.lll Right*. Klvw .lavs more and ih* b»Ul« , v. n, .i |« ih« i'i,.i:iv»ii,' n»ri) tor human rlglt* will be won ot loal L ni tho polls and a campaign unique in th.' hiaior) .'i iheac > niu .1 <W*lo* , «Hi i..' . l.is. .1 Peculiar and unn sii il . tr, iimslanci s in tills political , i. 'iiiisi hnxo boon pio\,vnti\o ot .' inn. ti inlciiMM ol feeling, and mow* i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

ON THE PROGRESSIVE FIRING LINE. Senator Poindexter after receiv ing the reports from various sec tions of the state claims thai Col Roosevelt will carry Washington by a heavy majority, Instead by a plu rality of 50,000 as has been esti mated by Progressive leaders, * * * That Colonel Roosevelt's strength throughout Washington is inereaslnt tremendously is Indicated by reports received from all seel ions. The progressives are now claiming that the "landslide" is on and that when the voles are counted Roosevelt's vote will be a surprise to even his si rung supporters. • « • The republican and democrntic p.it ties have outlived Iheir political use fulness. They liaic only the names left. The principle upon which they were founded have been forgotten. * * * They can not avoid it; Theodore Roosevelt's broad humanity, his wonderfully eager sympathy with the people's needs, his iniinie abhor rence id' falsehood, deceit and graft have compelled the respect even of his political enemies. • •...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 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 FOUND —Near Reformed Christiai church, a purse containing 75 cents. Owner call at Tribune of fice 10-31-lt. TAKEN UP—At my place a six months old Holsteln calf. S. B. Thompson, Custer. io-31-tf. HAVING DISPOSED of my business interests here, 1 wish to thank the people or Lynden and vicini ty for their patronage during my residence in this city. My future address will be Earmington, Washington. Dr. Geo. Paschtat, POR BALE —Light driving horse 4 years old. Inquire Tribune of fice. io-ai-tf 1 AM ready to do all kinds of team work. Mill and body wood for sale. John W. Schuylenian. cor ner Second and Liberty streets, I.ynden. 10-31-tf FOR BALE—Barred Plymouth Rock roosters and pullets. 76 cents and $1.00. A. Btrandell, Cor. Bth and Main streets. Phone X4ll, Lyn den, 10-31-t FOR SALE —Cow coining fresh in February. Two ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. 1.yu.1. n I ...lue. No. 71, meets every Saturday In Odd Pillows' I lull. 0, E. Day, N. (J. H 8 stelnbauer, Secretary, Koohaach Valley Bacampment, No. rwi, aiw t« first uiul third VVeaDeadays in odd Pellowa' Hull Ceo. Scovll, U. l*. 11. s. Btaiahauat, Berths, Ilarinouy li, heeen LodK>!, No. 35, mPv ta fl r „, an.l third Baturdaya lv I. o. o. p. Hull. Bthal Bailey, N. .Mrs. w. w. Palmer, Secretary MASONIC. Lynden Lodge, No. nu. maeti aaeead nml fourth Thuradaya In at aeon Ie Ball, u<o. a. Palmer w M. i». W. Bender, Rea'y, Lynden Chapter, No. 12, o. E. s., meats first a 11,1 11 ■Ir. 1 Thuradaya iv Maaoalc Hull. Mrs lieu W. Hull, W. M. Cieo. W. Hull, lec'y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 1:17, meet* every Monday In li. ..r P. Hull. A. Puul.it, 0.0, 11. s Stela nauer, K. of it. B. Lynden Temple, No. 02, Pythian Sisters, mat* ■eeoad cad fourth Wedaeedaya in K. of p. ItaU. MODERN WOODMEN. Heel i'm t.v tad anil 4th Saturdays In Plxley'e IJitU, "i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

PAGE 8. TURKS ARE DRIVEN BACK RAPIDLY Servians March Into Uskup Unopposed and Adrianople is Invested. London. —The swiftness nnd effici ency of the onward movement of tho armies of the allied ltalkan states is making Europe open her eyes. From the north and till along the line from Greece on the south they are crowd ing back the boundaries of tho Otto man Empire ln Europe. The often predicted and long delayed day when the Turk will have his back against the wall seems at hand. The two pivotal points of Turkey's defense on the north were Adrianople and Uskup. The Bulgarian army in the east has defeated the Turks at Klrk-Kilisseh, which is the strongest outpost of Adrianople, and invested that fortress. The Servian army ln the west walk ed Into Uskup without opposition. The Turkish garrison there withdrew on the railway toward Salonikl. Events about Adrianople are even more important. Tbe Bulgarians ap parently are proceeding successfully with the investment of the fortress. The Turki...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 31 October 1912

SUPPLEMENT TO Vol. 5 Corporation Dailies Kellogg Boosters I Law Violators The law provide* that all newspa pers shall prepare an affidavit on or before tho first day of April and Oc tober of each year, showing the list of subscribers of the stock, bond bold ers and mortgagees, and publish such list In its first issue thereafter, Newspapers of Whatcom County have complied with tin* law gener ally. The Bellingham daily newapa pers, however, have not filed their affidavit, neither have they published a list of their stockholders. They fur ther claim they will not do so. Why Hide Their Identity? Why is it that these newspapers ob ject so seriously to permitting the public to know who holds the atpcli of the corporation, publishing the same and wilfully and deliberately violate the law rather than disclose the identity of the corporations and individuals who purchased the dally newspapers. The public has- a legal right to know who the stockholders of these dailies are that are so in sist...

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

Vol. 5 TIMELY TOPICS Of Interest to the Dairyman and the Horticulturist HIGH LAND SEEDING. (By H. L, Blanchard. Western Wash ington Experiment Station.) More than one year ago the writer began earnestly to advise all farmers who were cropping gravelly or sandy locations that were usually too dry for vegetable growth during the late summer and fall months, to plant such lands in the fall, at least for several seasons-, untl such time as sufficient humus had accumulated in the soil, whereby it would be possible to retain sufficient moisture by cultivation and otherwise, to insure a fully mature crop from spring planting. Many farm ers acted on the suggestion, and re port most excellent results in prac tically every case. Many by planting spring vetch with spring oat 3 secur ed a maximum crop of forage and hay, and on land that heretofore had scar cely grown enough crop to warrant the expense of harvesting. The re sults so far as we can learn, fully warrant the practice, and there will...

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