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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

PAGE I. Quality and value STYLE AND GENTILITY ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. 3^sai is the basis element in our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible~the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability to back up your investment; GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothe* Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home sf Hart Sehaffner & Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039.E1k St. Bellingham. 'w ash. 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 ISO* KNOW MORE OF WHATCOM COUNYY We have the latest official map of Whatcom County, drawn by the export draughtsman. K. S. Hinok. correct in every detail as to ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

SM ALLPIELD'3 ELECTRIC OPERA HOUSE If the Electric Has it, It's worth seeing! SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT Chas. E. Royal Company 9 : PEOPLE : 9 25 cents, any seat. Special Two Reel Feature Saturday and Sunday, Jan'y 25-26 "Rube Marquard Wins" It is the best base ball picture ever made. It will feature the record-breaking pitcher of the New York Giants. Great base ball. January 30 and 31, and Feb'y Ist. LaMott Comedy Company Bran New Show 15 and 25 cts. : Any seat If It's Good, you. see it j& at trie Electric Nation Should Take Care of Disabled By WILLIAM J. GAYNOR. Mayor of New York City be a very small tax, after all, on the great body of goods produced in this country. . . , . , It is now a thing right before the With them, in such things they are the LAST Df THE WORLD- And vet we are a vain people and have the vanity to think we lead the world. Those who travel in Europe know better than that. Over there Prussia has had such laws since 1547, and most coun tries have bad them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

FA jE 4. THE LYNDEN TEIBUIf-B r»e_fic rac*. a-ss paw* -on*-. **- i»"i X.T-_ft*s Msa ■■■ 3*a» a* -*-** J -iln SJ-*-I*il-V •»*»*. *-«-*"• - L MMM a'- ay;.--- •vrjia.teoni Co, Wasting--~ra ntT Ttur»d_T. 9X. nf«n« WM% Owvt mat FTifcli*-** OFFICIAL PAP EE OF WHATCOM COUNTY f-.'Bi-rr.ipr: f-ates OS* Tear .t A,_r»li~* »-H BU V!«Oi It A Svarjoe j Ftj-«4»t-- on* Tea-* .. *M i_: -.*•.-«?: a* -aconi-cua**. -r.a.ter Ju.v >, ISIiS, at Urn post office a: l_r tr ot:.' waakiactaa. usoer una Act o. jdaJCb X. »*•. Hereafter a:: T-faoi-tions cf -:»»<Ss >rjct cards of thsnSs. notices of «• >^ t :rwifr?t -rijrre ax acru.-su..>ri is i; :Atpei aiifi at not-let :f air t:rjd in 'e-.aac •-: yroraoti »t>r-*!'3fir- busine** n -Ft f.- -tr-.a- i:ur..5. - -f rate* w:.e: ;rt:'r_ t: t - r.: -: t "t--. -.;.* ;.r.rULf -f .•: -a : -:. a: it- Tr.t-.iii* ».'.'• t:.«-*_. J f»« i -rati~r |mW-r*TT -r«e d ctarf* If tpl ex>er: r*at»er t. tie.; j>rc mcte eMerpri**** makt mcner ?'pu sag a". - ; ".. c:-r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New.'on Pa,. 6. Miss Arnold, of Chehalis, is here for a visit of a month with her sister. Mrs. U. H. McKinnon Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keller of the Miller Hotel were Sumas visitors Monday. Mr. C E. Fitzgerald of Ferndale paid The Tribune office a pleasant call on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Axling and family have moved into the house recently vacated by George Cole. The W. C. T. r. will meet on Thursday, January 23. with Mrs George Worthen, at her home. D. Audreason. formerly of Lyn den but now of New Westminster B. C. was here on a business trip last week. Rev. George Richard Dayrell. an evangelist minister from Valparaiso South America, arrived in the city on Tuesday. The Bellinghnm interurban has established a freight and milk ser vice between that burg and the Skagit county towns. Harry Elder and Gerritt Veleke have bought out the grocery busi ness of D. L. Steffe and will take charge on February 1. The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. F. Seth who has b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

r 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 ORDER YOUR Berry Plants from the LYNDEN FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION. -6-tf. TO SELL OR TRADE —For Lyn den or Bellingham property, two farms; one of 4 2 acres; one of 45 acres. Well improved, most ly cleared. River bottom, with in one mile of Everson. A good trade If made soon. A. Strandell Phone X4ll, Lynden. Jn9-tf. TWO DA ROE additional adjoining stores have been rented by C. W. Walilron. on Elk Street, Bel lingham, for his extensive Rug and Furniture business. Hug sales are now made by him all over the state, on the liberal terms plan, and small Rugs are sent out by Parcels Post, pre paid. Write him for prices, giv ing size of your rooms, or call ut the stores when in Bellinghatu FOR SALE—2 doz. thoroughbred Plymouth Rock Pullets. 76 cts. each. Apply at Gale & Powers' Barber shop. 1-16-tf. THE NEW YEAR open...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

j FRATERNAL SOCIiIES U O. 0. F. Lynden t.od»e. No. 71. meeta every Saturd.. t. Odd Fellowa' Hall. K. Bay X a H k Sletnhauer, Secretary. "-a. Nookaeek Valley Encampment. No 5B m^t. Brat aud third Wednendays In Odd reftm- sun Om Scuvil, 0. P. H. B. Steiuhaucr. SaSe. Haraiuny Rebecca Lodge. No. SI and third Saturdaya in 1 O. o. f Hal 7 KtZ, Bailey. N. U. an. w. W. Palme", sSetst^ MASONIC. Lynden Lodfe, No. 08. Un aecond and fourth TuureUaya iv Masonic Hall. Ueo a rSHTm U. P. W. Bender, See'y. 'aimer, w. Lynden Chapter. No. 12. o. E. 8.. aiwta Brat and third Thursdays la Maeuuic liail Mrs I.«T W. Hall. W. M. Oeo. W. Hall, See l } KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Ludce. No. 187. meets seats Munda* In Uynden Temple, No. 65, Pythian Siatera. meet, •ei-und and fourth Wedaeadaja iv v uf p. Uatl MODERN WOODMEN. Meet etery 2nd and 4lb Saturdaye In Pliler'a Ball, un Tblrd St. Warren L llev,ley. Clerk, B. of A. Y. Meet IB PUley'a Bill every llret end tblrd Tueadey uf eacb muutb. Cass, a. Sunipiev, For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

' PAGE 8. DR. C. L ALSBURG Dr. Carl L. Alsburg, successor to Dr. Wiley as government pure food expert. Brief News of the week Ottumn, lowa, has adopted the com mission form of government by a vote Of 1351 to 1275. Utah's four electoral votes for vice president will be cast for Governor Hadley, of Missouri. This was the agreement reached by the electors. Human ashes were mailed by parcel post at the St. Louis postoffice for Edwardsvllle, 111., where they will be hurled in the grave that was dug for Frederick Naumann. The question of increased Insurance rates Imposed by the Royal Arcanum, fought so bitterly by a few of its mem bers, will be taken to the supreme court of the United States. The lowest temperature of the late cold snap In California was recorded at Huasna (San Luis Obispo county), In the Santa Lucia range, where the thermometer registered eight degrees below zero. During the course of the inquiry be ing made into the Putamayo Rubber scandal in London, tt has been admit t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

Ml 5 pED UTES DEFY I SHERIFF AND POSSE Mute Arises Between Mexi lean and Indians; Battle 's Expected. )f Cortex. Colo —Fifty t'te Indians, en sJo9*d by the killing of one ol their ■Rptabers by a Mexican sheephtrder, |pa off the reservation, fortified in the Hpa mountains in southwestern C'olo 'MMo and defying the sheriif of Monte- Moßa county and Indian Agent spear Stake from them Big Rabbit, an b> ■INI who shot and seriously wounded Hp herder. not to deliver p.:e Rab- Wm to the county authorities, the Vtes ■■a entrenched in the mountains 1 ppjee from here, and have defied a Ijperlff's posse of 100 men. HrThe Indians fortified their position ■Iter they had left the Ute reservation mm southern Colorado, and declare they fill fight the white men to death lather than give up Big Rabbit. All are armed with repeating rifles tad are said to be amply supplied with pnmunttlon. The trouble with the Vtes started a law days ago when Joseph Vichel, a ■exican sheepherder, refused to allow two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

' PAGE t. QUALITY and VALUE STYLE AND GENTILITY ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. JLE Quality is the basis element in our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible~the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability to back up your investment; GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothe* Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is tho home of Hart Schaffnorft Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Stael Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the H ARDW ARE'line. ESTABLISHED 1384 KNOW MORE OF WHATCOM COUNYT We have the latest official map of Whatcom County, drftWU by thtl expert draughtsman, E. S. Hinck, correct in every detail ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on Peg* 6. H H. Jaroieson was a business visitor to Bellingham Monduy. Sheriff L. A. Thomas was a Lyn den visitor on Monday. Mrs. E. W. Loring will entertain the Kensington Club on the after noon of Friday, January 31 The genial Milan claims that it is better to have resolved and lost than never to have resolved at all. An additional clerk in the person of Mr. F. P. Ptolemy, lately from Vancouver. B. C, is now employed at the Lynden Cooperative store. No, Annie, that big machine sta tioned at the corner of Third am* Front streets is not to be used ir the cement side walking of Thi. street. It's ■ ditching machine. Frank E. Hayes, of Bellingham, succeeds Harry Elder as bookkeep er at the Farmers Mercantile Co., Mr Elder having resigned to en gage in business for himself. Mrs M. H. Gerlach, who sever al weeks ago had a serious fall and broke several of her ribs is on the way to recovery and expected to be out soon. Mr. H. L. Williams, of the Ly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TELBUNE ■mm—rrr we nob met. sxst raw t ay »* im: f ftSA. IM SSkMIS'* Jw*» B». "-SO4 X-r»c*a Bms-MJrt. wwah. An* 10. i*M Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co_ Wastinftoa. •vary Thursday. m. mWM a 1 one as! yahttshf OFFICIAL PAP EE OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance 9*M Six Months la Advancs.... J; panada and Foreitm. one Tear ■ m Entered aa eecond-clasi mail man* Jul) a. l*l'K. s>t the post office at i-yn d»n," Washington, under the Act ol inarch t. It:*. Hereafter SB resolutions of eondo ifr.ee. <;ara* of thanks, notice* of en itirulnnienis where an admission is t t.arced and a:, notices of any tend in tended to |iIBMW somehody s hus.nes» r. .'St t* niud f->J at reru'ar ad\ erusm« rate* when printed in the Tribune When joh jointing is ot>ia:n«d at this c.ffloe the Tnt'UM wIH cheerfully give necessary j.:-. . :y free of chart* If you expect this paper to help pro mote enter;".ses '.. mate money you can afford to contrihute to it* sup?&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Saturday, January 25 to Wednesday, February S, INCLUSIVE Twice a year, at the end of each Season, we hold a Clearance Sale for the purpose of closing out all season able merchandise, broken and discontinued lines, odds and ends, etc. Our policy has always been to keep the stock fresh and clean, and in order to accomplish this we hold these so popular Clearance Sales. Men's and Boys' Overcoats at one-fourth to one-tHird less. Men's Hart, Shaffner & Marx, and Clothcraft Overcoats are good property at our regular prices, but when you can get one of these excellent garments at our sale price, you are indeed fortunate. Men's H. S. & M. $25 Coats, 816.78 " $23.50 " 17.96 22.50 " 16.98 P Clothcraft 18.00 " 13.80 17.50 " 12.98 Men's, and Young Men's Kuppenheimer $27.50 Suite $18.7*5 25.00 Suite 17.98 22.50 Suite 16.98 20.00 Suite 14.98 Men's 18.00 Suits 13.95 All Furs Half Price $13.50 Furs - - $6.75 9.75 " • 4.88 8.75 ■ - - 438 7.50 " - 3.75 Sample Shoe S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

' 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 FOR RENT —100 acres, all impro ved, 2 miles west of Lynden, known as the John Botta place; 8 room house, 2 barns, good orchan |10 00 per acre. W. T. Germain, 200 E. North St., Phone M. 1872, Bel liugham. l-23-4t. NOTICE —Those wanting gravel off of my place will have to pay for it in advance. J. Van de Kump.' l-23-4t. FOR SALE — Shadeland Climax seed Oats, Re-cleaned. Henry Shagren Phone 417, Lynden. 1-23-tf. FOR SALE-2 doz. thoroughbred Plymouth Rock Pullets. 75 cts. each. Apply at Gale & Powers' Harber shop. 1-lfi-tf. TO SELL OR TRADE —For Lyn den or Bellingham property, two farms; one of 42 acres; one of 45 acres. Well improved, most ly cleared. River bottom, with in one mile of Everson. A good trade if made soon. A. Strandell Phone X4ll, Lynden. jn9-tf ORDER YOUR Berry Plants from the LYNDEN FRUIT GROWER...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Ledge. >o. 71. meeu every Saturday In do Fellowe' Hall. C. E. Bay, >-. g H i teiuhauer. Secretary. * Nookasck Vslley Encampment, No. M, meet, C life ?" d H M t"- V ;. i, '^ (ld Hall tv ».»«li. CP, H. 8. Slelnuauer. Scribe. Harmony Bebecca Lodg«. n O . 3r> . „ ufl »d third Saturdaya In 1. o. o. t. Hall ■H auey. N.U. mm. W. W. Palmer, Secretary , MASONIC. Ixodes Lodge, No. 58. nieeta second and fourth rnursdaya In Masonic Hall. Geo. I t2,. S. I D. W. Bender. See j. rainier, w. Lynden Chapter, No. 12, O. E. S , nieeta flrnt PO third Thursday* in Maaoulc Hall Mra u«o f Hall. W. M. Geo. W. Hall, Secy KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I Lynden Lodge. No. 137, nieeta every aiottda? In X £ H ?"i, o. au. s sVe" ■yeurr. K. uf B. a | Lynden Temple. No. 82, Pythias Slaters, meeta ■eecoud aad tourtn Wednesdays is L of P. Hall MODERN WOODMEN. 1 lift: tt'ery 2nd and 4tu Saturdays la Pliley • ■Bail, on Third St. Warren L Hawley, c'lera. B. of A. Y. Meet 10 Pllley's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 January 1913

PAGE 8. WHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ARE DOING Little is Accomplished During First Week of Session. PROGRESSIVES SHUT OUT House Republican-Democrat Combina tion Took Important Committee As signments and Clerkships, Ignoring Progressives—Similar Combination Selected Senate Help—First Bill In troduced by Woman —Freak Bills Are Numerous. Olympla.—Aside from organization and election of officers little was ac complished during the first week of the 13th session of the Washington legislature. The chief interest cen tered around the combination of re publicans and democrats which dic tated the election of Howard D. Taylor as speaker of the house and Pliney L. Alleu president pro tern of the senate. Allen president pro tern of the senate, who would get the numerous jobs and seemed to forget that there were any Bull Moose members. Even where progressives signed petitions asking that certain clerks from their home towns be given clerkship, the choice of the combination prevailed. The combination...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

Vol. 5 WHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ARE DOING Total of Four Bills up to Gov ernor for Approval , Olyrapia.—The end of the third week of the Washington state legis lature sees a total of four measures actually passed up to the governor for his approval, and these are ail bills carrying an appropriation—two being for the benefit of the law-makers themselves. One appropriates $150.- --000 for legislative expenses, one $5000 for legislative printing, a third $150,- --000 for the purchase of jute to keep the Walla Walla convicts busy, and one $16,000 for the various state fish hatcheries. Of general Interest, the bills passed include house bill 28, creating a state bureau of farm development and em powering county commissioners to employ farm experts to aid the agri culturists In the cultivation of their lands. The red shirt for hunters and the first aid to cupid bills were others of general interest. The latter extends the privilege of performing marriage ceremonies to all 'licensed" minist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

PAGE TWO. " This map illustrates the stone system with Washington as the center of the first tone. Each small square on the map, however, is tbe base for the forma tion of a local map for each postotDce. From its center draw circles with radii of 60, 150, 300, 600, 1,000, 1,400 and 1,800 miles to form local zones. Limit of weight, eleven pounds. Size limit six feet In combined lengtb and girth. ZONES AND RATES OF POSTAGE. One Bach addl pound. tional pound. First sone, 60 miles 6 cents a cents Second zone. 150 miles 0 cents 4 cents Third sone. 300 miles 1 "eoto 6 cents Fourth zone, 000 miles 8 cents 6 cents Fifth sone. 1.000 miles » cento 7 cents Sixth zone, 1,400 miles 10 cento » flenta Seventh zone, 1,800 miles 11 cento 10 cents Eighth sone. tnc'adlng Philippines, etc 12 cento flat Parcel Post Map of United States quality and value STYLE AND GENTILITY - ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNC MEN. Quality is the basis element in our clothes—a necessary one. It is never ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New* on Page 6. Nor, even yet, are all the walks cleared. Mr. J. P. Schmidt is ill In one ot the Bellingham hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knnpp, of Ev erson were Sunday guests at the home of their son, Harold Knapp. Mr. Kooyman is still confined to his home and but little change in his condition is shown. Mrs. H. H. Jamieson and little son, Ivan, visited in Bellingham a couple of days last week. Mrs. George Rinehart visited in Lynden a few days the first of the week. Mrs. C. H. McLeod will enter tain the Kensington Club Friday afternoon, February 14. Mrs. W. G. Otter slipped and fell pn the ice Monday, breaking a bone in her hand. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. George O. Gust in Thursday, February 13. Miss Genevieve Steinhauer visit her sister, Mrs. Walter Sommers, at Everson the last of the week. A current report has it that a new mercantile house with $50,000 capital is to be established in Lyn den shortly. The Home Guards and Mother...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to I Paelfie Pilot, first publ'd Aug. 84, I*ol lynden Sua. first publia'd Job* as, IMM J.ynitn Baa-Pilot, estah. Aug. 10, I*oß Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. St. KOHXsrwxxa. Owner and Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Tear In Advance 11.60 Six Months In Advance 76 Canada and Foreign, one Year 2.00 Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8. 1(08, at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act of March I. 187*. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission la charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's buslneab must be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed in the Tribune. When Job printing; is obtained at this office the Tribune will cheerfully give necessary publicity free of charge. If you expect this paper to help pro mote enterprises to make money you can afford to contribu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

Veleke & Elder Successors to D. L. Steffe Because of the change of ownership on last Saturday, our stock of goods was ve ry low, but we are receiving new goods every day, and our shelves are filling up with fresH, clean goods. Let us know your wants and we will be more than pleased to supply them. Be low are some prices that may interest you: Oranges, 2 doz., 25c. Corn, 3 cans, 25c, doz. 90c. White corn meal, 10 pd. sk, 25c. Quaker Oats, per pkg. 25c. Mince Meat, 3 pkgs., 25c. Rice, 4 pounds for 25c. A better Rice, 3 pds., 25c. Gold Dust, pkg., 20c We keep our flour in a warm, dry room. It will make better Bread than the same flour that comes from a cold and damp ware room. Cherry Blossom, Quality, or Best Everett, $1.30 A SACK Veleke & Elder Telephone X-401 KHOW MORE OF WHATCOM COUNTY We have the latest official map of Whatcom County, drawn by the expert draughtsman, E. S. Hiuck, correct in every detail as to Townships, County Roads and Mt. Baker Trails. If unable to call d...

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