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

PAGE SIX. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Conununity. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising TOWNSHIP PRIMARIES. A primary election will be held In Hoffman's hall Wednesday, Feb ruary 19, from 11 to 3 p. m., to nominate candidates for the annua] township election. By order of the Township Su pervisors, JOHN AXLING, Clerk. THE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC wash er is now going into every good man's home. You should have one. See the Bauman Implement Co. about this latest invention. FOR SALE —1 complete Advance threshing outfit. Will sell right to the right party if sold at once. A. P. Axlund & Sons. 2-6-3t. GOOD PAYING Restaurant for sale on easy terms. Owner wants to leave town on account of health. Wm. McDonnell, Lyn den, Wash. jn-30-tf. WANTED —Girl for general house work. Good home for right«girl. Mrs. J. J. Stark. Suinus, Wash., Phone 2415. 2-6-3 L IF YOU LOVE your wife go to the Baumanlmplement Co. ami s...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. O. F. Lynden Lodge. No. Tl. meeta every Saturday In Odd Fellows' Hall. C. £. Bay. N. li. H. S btelubauer. Secretary. Nookaack Valley Encampment. No 66. meeta first aud third Wedueadayt. In udd Fellowa' Hall, ocu. Scovll, C. P. U. S. UtemUauer. Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. No. 35. meeta first and third Saturdays in I. o. o. F. Hall Ethel bailey. N. U. Mra. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASONIC. I.ynden Lodge, No. 56. meets second and fourth Tnursdays In Maauult- Hall. Lieu, a Palmer W at. I). W. Bender, dee'y. Lyudeu Chapter. No. 12, o. E. S.. meeta first and third Thursdays in Maaonic Hall. Mra. Oeo W Hall. W. M. lieo. W. Hall, Secy. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 1117. meets every Monday In X "f P. Hall. A. bunker, C. C. H. H. Stein L...1- ' bl. uf X S. i.ynden Temple, No. S2. Pythian Slaters, meets aeiuud and fourth Wednesdays In K. ut V. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd and 4tu Saturdays In riiley'a Ball, un Tn.ru St. Warren t, Hnwlry, Clerk. B. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 February 1913

PAGE EIGHT. NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Senate Would Limit President to a Single Term of Six Years Washington.—A constitutional am sndment which would restrict the president of the United States to a single term of six years, and would bar Woodrow Wilson.. Theodore Roosevelt and William H. Taft from seeking election again, was approved by the senate, by the narrow majority of one vote. After a three-day fight, in which the Progressives joined with many Repub licans In opposing the restricted presi dential term, the senate adopted the original Works resolution by a vote of 47 to 23. Chamberlain, of Oregon, and Works, of California, were the only Pacific Coast senators who supported the sin gle term resolution on its final pas sage. Those voting against it were Borah, Idaho; Bourne, Oregon; and Jones and Poindexter, Washington. Just how the next house will receive this proposed change in legislation cannot be foretold. The vote shows that it has been treated as a political question...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

Vol. 5 THE LEGISLATURE. Happenings at Olympia as seen by the "Tribune Correspondent. That the legislature Is sivlng very' little consideration to the fact that it has a Democratic governor and that this same Democratic gov ernor has made a recommendatiDii that economy be practiced, and that some consideration be given to the consolidation of the higher insti tutions of learning, is becoming more evident as the legislative ses sion proceeds. Last week, despite the tact that I well kMW Govern e. Lister's attitude on the matter of a big appropriation for the state normal at Cheney, the house pass-1 ed house bill No. IC4, appropriat ing the sum of $300,000 for a new administration building for this institution and for furnishing and , nipping the same. The bill went <\ rough without much trouble, just W it most likely will do In the sen •*ie, and the matter will be put straight to the governor. It is S luatter of conjecture as to what he will do with the bill when it con fronts him, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New« on Page 6. Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day. Registration books are open. Charlie Stanley was in Belling ham Friday. Sheriff L. A. Thomas wag in town one day last week. Skating has been good for soni time at Wiser Lake. Marshall King was in Belling ham Friday. Ralph Roo made a business trip to Bellingham laßt Friday. George Bostwick was in Belling ham Friday. Detective DeHaven had business in Lynden last week. Fred Weiler spent a few days last ■week with his sister. Mr. Ruwell. Fred Bruns was a Bellingham visitor Friday. Miss Tilda Tromp spent Tuesday in Bellingham. Mrs. A. Ebey is at home again after a visit in Bellingham. County Commissioners Legoe and Kemper w-ere Lynden visitors Tues day. . Mr. and Mrs. Will Pratt, of Bel lingham, were Sunday guests at the Jamieson home. Mrs. Dufner and son. Will Fritz were in Bellingham Thursday and Friday of last week. Charleß O Osgood, of Green wood, came home from Bellingham on Friday evening's train. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

page ront * THE LYNDEN TEIBUNE Tmota* POs*, mzst yasr. As* S* ISOI nrnSea •an. txmt paaurfl Jua* as ISM 1 ratea •ua-rnct, mm*% Ams. in. UOS PabUahed at Lynden. Whatcom Co- "Waslinrtou. every Tturaaay. a Boanrxn o™c sad rearmar OFFICIAL PA-PEE OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Taar in AAvsoce •*-J* Six Montae in Aflva*©* .•» . t:Ad» an£ HSM*M*a otj* Tear I ot jltteres a* aecond -das* ma- tar Jii.y a lSlia, at tne poet o»c* at W> Oer.. Waantr.rtos. under tne act ol atareh », IMS He-eafter ail resolution* of oondo leM card* of Uiai.sa notice* of en terta.t.n.er.-ts where an admission If .' liarped aud all notice* of any ir.no :n --• (...jk :. f.t ■■:■-> ■ :...*mest n.ust be pail for a: rascal-a*erttasac rate* srber -r. U»« Tribur-e STnen job prinnn* 11 obtainee *'- offir* the Tribune will cbeerru.lv f >« iK-r-esstrj ptb.KSty free of ctiarpe If yon expert thi* paper to bftiP pro r. Ie « terpriee* make money I ou car attorn to contriboie to it* support A. free entertainm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

Veleke & Elder Telephone X-401 Sell the Best of Groceries at the LOWEST possible prices. Our goods are fresh and clean. We make prompt deliveries and will do our best to please you. To introduce ourselves and get you interested in the new firm we quote a few prices good on Friday and Saturday this week: 20 lbs. Sugar $1.00 Cascade Milk, 4 cans .30 3 cans Corn 25c, 12 cans .90 3 cans Tomatoes .25 12 Oranges .12 Japan Rice, 4 lbs. .25 Walnuts, a lb. .10 Quaker Rolled Oats, per pkg. .20 Sperry Rolled Oats, per pkg. .20 Dark Karo Syrup, gal. .50 Gold Dust, pkg., .19 We carry a complete line of FEED and have just received our first shipment of HARDWARE Veleke & Elder Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. It Needs ISo Other Evidence than the fact that our mills have been running 99% of every 24-hour working day in the year and a half since their opening to prove that Fisher's Blend Flour (Hase fr» Enters Hiri Wlut us Wettrrr Soft Wktst) has found an appreciative response from th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

PAGE SIX. WANT ED 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 TOWNSHIP PRIMARIES. A primary election will be held in Hoffman's hall Wednesday, Feb ruary 19, from 1 to 3 p. m., to nominate candidates for the annual township election. By order of the Township Su pervisors, JOHN AXLING. Clerk. THE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC wash er is now going into every good man's home. You should have one. See the Bauman Implement Co. about this latest invention. FOR SALE —For account Eastern Mill, several large Axmlnster rug: size 10.6 x 13.6. $35 values for $19.85, of extra quality and ev enly matched. C. W. Waldron, Bellingham. FOR SALE—Storm King Oats and Blue Bell Peas for Seed. Nelr Jacobson, Route 1, Lynden, Phon 713. 2-13-tf. FOR RENT —Ranch; stock for sale- Inquire Tribune office. 2-13-if. FOR SALE—I range. I cook stove 1 new heater, empty fruit jars also canned fruit. C. C. King cor. 6t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I 0. O. F. LyodeE Lodge, No. 71, meets eeery Ssturdsy Id Odd renews' Ball. C. E. Bay, N. v. H. B. Stelßßauer, Secretary. Nookaack Valley Encampment. No. DO, meet! first tad tblrd Wednesdays in Odd Fellows' BaU Geo Scorll, 0. P. B. 8. Stelubsuer, Bcrlbe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge. No. Si, meeta first sou tblrd Saturdays la 1. 0. O. f BaU. Ktbe! Bailey, N. G. sirs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASONIC. Lyndes Lodge. No. 50, meets second snd fourtb Thursdays la alanouic Ball. Geo. A. Palmar, W. It. Ii W. Bender, See y. Lynden Cbspter, No. 12, 0. E. 8., meets first Slid tbird Tburauaya ia Masonic Ball. Mrs. Ueo. W. Ball. W. M. Us». W. Ball. Secy. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. IST. meets every Monday Is at- of f- Ball. A. Hunker, C. C. B. 8. Stela Bauer. X of R. S. I i uaeu Temple. No. OS, Pythian Sisters, meeta second sad fourth Wednesdays In K. of p. BaU. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every Sail and stb Saturdaya la T'liley a Ball, oa 'i'bird St. Wsrreß K. Bswley, Clerk. B. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 February 1913

PAGE EIGHT. W MEXICAN REBELS CAPTURE CAPITAL Felix Diaz Released from Pris on Leads Revolt Ousting i Madero Mexico City. Mex—The army rose in revolt Sunday in Mexico City, took possession of the public buildings, shot down federal adherents in the streets, released General Felix Diaz, leader of the Vera Crui revolt, and General llernardo Reyes, from prison, and, fall ing into line under the Diaz banner, virtually captured the Mexican capital. It is believed that not fewer than 250 persons were killed in the fighting. Among the number was General Barn ardo Reyes. The mutinous troops were led by students of the military school at Tlal pam, a suburb. They marched to the prison to which General Felix Diaz had been transferred for safe keeping and released him. General Bernardo Reyes also was freed from Santiago military prison, there being no resist ance in either quarter. Francisco Madero, president of the republic, led the loyal troops for a time. Later, with members of his Cab inet, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

Vol. 5 THE LAW MAKERS. Happenings at Olympia as seen by the Tribune Correspondent. Over half of the legislative sess ion has been concluded and it does not take more than a grammer school student to tell jußt what has been accomplislied by the thir teenth assembly of the state of Washington, and at that the stu dent wouldn't have to jog his mem ory to get it right. However, the assembly has already made a rec ord f or the introduction of bills, over 800 being the number on the list of the two houses. If the rule voted in the house a couple of weeks ago is acceded to then ml less than a week no more bills will be allowed to be introduced. Hut as on all former occasions the house by a two-thirds vote will doubtless permit members to in troduce bills up until th.c last mo ment. About the most notable act ol the house this week was the pass age of the Mothers' Pension bill introduced by Corkery, of Spokane and Rowland, of Pierce, both Pro gressives. Just what means these members used to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

NOTICE OF" i Tax Judgment SALE. "A.X z.kS. Ni :-. r--3 jrrr-cufia v.m-r :f ->-* **-» tr :f v,jrs>rrrnf" r*" axz 7*:tr, rsfr£ .>- v*t.»r:':st "r*uurrim Turn." ?'aiar.:r. ~f -.1 'v-sam* T*rtuia-t»tr -miukm tit :«*-»«-» it - Z+v—'uft itu. ?ti««rT ±au. Sura tnu t-1 » maum ISmramn V"w» ir -f-a-.u .-r-iwr* lav iU Vln jut* Inn ;iiin-i v; .'v-n-!--. -a- via TiHir iai lava it Tter V-v-a ma Simwmm, tail i.l 3 =trwn:' T unni'tn. i uir ?a"-n»f ir I'aiinmij ~ti ::i :i •—-'« n inn "n an li-iu ?—iijnr*7 -nr^!mii*if -<"acr-iit*u. ~«ttßgirWtlTtt 3in tr> iitv-v.'- iui;l:iei uar mrr-sianr nt "-lai '.saw hbz jitnfKmieir. if :ik /mr n 3h Sam if V liiainiFun. tir "tJ« .'tiunn' 11 Vtaiirnn. ma m inw if kuk nur sanß-i iv au rwr. ->ii,3r~-i an 2va tar if ."unu u— St-::, win a n« Ur-fr-rt-i ma uuiri-et*i. a irnftwiinijrr fir nr-wtuanm ir *am3aoi: iD'in -nm -Bai«. at wr if aw* ' auul m an List, rar rf .iar--.::. :■ 11 'jwn. l i. it tiH Tfinr nmr if an T.ivu— suuwi n an . : >ua-." ai.; f-1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local Newt on Page 6. Be sure to register! Registration books are open. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Smith are In Seattle this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson last Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Miller spent last Friday In Bellingham. Misses Plank and Brown visit ed friends in Bellingham Saturday Chap Bayes Is confined to his home with an attack of la grippe. Mrs. P. E. Kelsey was quite ill the latter part of the week. Gerald Cloud visited John Mulder lust week. Master Hoyt Horton is confined to his bonie with an attack of the measles. Mr. Jordan went to Everett last Thursday where he will spend sev eral days visiting friends. Mrs. Sands is ill and under the doctor's care at the .home of her daughter, Mrs. Steams. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hanson con template moving to California in the near future. P. M. Serrurif-r and A. A. Baa man were Seattle business visitors the lutter part of the week. Mr. J. H. Vail was over from Blame last week calling on old friends a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

PACE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Sucoeasor to Pacific Pilot, trrt jmnl'fl Aug. S4 IMI Lyndam Sun. tnrt pnblla'c Jnna 89, 1904 j.j-suk Baa-Pilot, eatsa. auc. I Q, 1»0S Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. X. mOBSBrwxXO. Owi« anA PunUeker OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear tn Advance IWJ Six Months in Advance.... • ' ; Canada and Foreign, one Tear MS Entered as second-class mail matter. July fc, 1»0S. at the post office at Eyn deu" Washington, under CM Act or March S. Ik'B. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission » charged and ail notices of any kind in tended to promote somebody's business must he 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 moie 'enterprises to male money you can afford to contribute t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

Veleke & Elder Telephone X-041 We want your Chickens and Eggs and are paying the highest possible pri ces for them. We want especially some Plymouth, Red, or other large chickens. Our Groceries are all fresh, and the choicest we can find on the market. Give us a trial and see how well we can serve you. You will like our flour. We keep it warm and dry. 20 lbs. Sugar $1.00 Cascade Milk, 4 cans .30 3 cans Corn 25c, 12 cans .90 3 cans Tomatoes .25 Japan Rice, 4 lbs. .25 Quaker Rolled Oats, per pkg. .20 Dark Karo Syrup, gal. .50 Chick Feed, Scratch Feed, Oil Meal, Beef Scraps, Shell Bran, Shorts, Chop, Midds, Wheat and Com. We have just received our first shipment of HARDWARE Veleke & Elder Successors to D. L. Steffe. LYNDEN, WN. NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Democratic Party Leaders Are Divided On Appropriation Question Washington.—The general problem of Democratic appropriations was tak en up in a conference of Democratic advocates of economy. The action of the house navul aff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

PAGE SIX. 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 —Carrots. Excellent stock feed. W. Vanden Brink Stlckney Island, Lynden. 2-20-lt FOR SALE —Six months tuition at the Bellingham Business College Will make some reduction as I have to leave town. Address Ver non E. Schacht, Dahlqulst Block Belllnfham. Wash. 2-20-3t. RUGS FOR ROOMS, 14 x 24 thick Axmlnster for 12 x 1 (! rooms,! 19. new, perfect Rugs; also furni ture, underprloed. C. W. Waldron Bellingham, Elk Street. FOR SALE—A nine months' old turkey gobbler. Inquire Tribune office. 2-20-tf. THE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC wash er is now going into every good man's home. You should have one. See the Bauman Implement Co. about this latest invention. FOR SALE —Storm King Oats und Blue Bell Peas for Seed. Nelr Jacobson, Route 1, Lynden, Phote 713. 2-13-tf. FOR RENT —Ranch; stock for sale- Inquire Tribune office. 2-1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES i. o. o. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71, nieeta eTery Saturday In Odd Fellowa' Hall. C. K. Bay, N. o. H. 8 Meinbauer, Secretary. Nookaack Valley Encampment, No. 56, meeta tret and third Wedneadaya In Odd Fellow. - Hall Geo. ScuTll, 0. P. H. 8. Steinhauer. Scribe. Harmony Rebecca Lodge, No. 3r>, meeta flrat aud tblrd Saturday. In 1. o. O. F. Ball. Ethel Bailey, N. G. Mra. W. W. Palmer. Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden Lodge, No. 56, meeta second and fourth Thuradaya lb Masonic Hall. Geo. A. Palmer, W. M. 0. W. Bender, See'y. Lynden Chapter, No. 12, O. E. 8., meets Brat .uJ tblrd Thuradaya In Maaonic Hall. Mr.. Geo W. Uall, W. M. Geo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I.ynden Lodge. No. 137, meet* every Monday tn K. ot P. Hall. A. bunker, A, v. S. su-la t.auer. k. of K. 8. "* w Lynden Temple. No. 62. Pythian Slater*, meet* second and fourth Wednesdays In K. of P. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet eiery 2nd and 4th Baturdaya In Plileyi Uall, on Tblrd St. Warren at. Hawley. Clerk. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 February 1913

PAGE EIGHT. MEXICAN SITUATION ALARMS WASHINGTON President Calls Special Cabinet Meeting to Consider Plans Washington.—-After a prolonged cabinet session Secretary of State Knox was directed by President Taft to reply to the request of Prancisco I. Madero of Mexico for a definite state men; of the policy of the United States toward Mexico. Upon leaving the White House Sec retary Knox reiterated that interven tion was not now contemplated nor would there be any change in the naval or military plans relating to Mexico. The report from Mexico City that the armistice had been declared off and that hostilities had been resumed caused intense Interest among the cabinet officers. Despite the alarming information that has continued to come into Wash ington for the last few days, not a member of the president's cabinet fa vored intervention when summoned to the meeting. The strictest censorship on all dis patches has been established in Mex ico City. Government officials took charge of the ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

Vol 5 SENATE and HOUSE Doings at Olympia as Seen by the Tribune Correspondent. It begins to look as though the state legislature intends getting down to active work In the last half of the session, but with over 1,000 bills to be disposed of it will have a strenuous time to dispose of them In a fair and equitable man n*>r. Unquestionably in the rush of the closing days a number of meritorious measures will find a slumbering place in the "bill cem etery," but it was ever thus. The time is practically up for the Intro duction of bills, but doubtless mem bers will be granted the courtesy of Introducing bills for some days to come If they can be shown to be of necessity. At a banquet In Olympia, this week given by local Democrats to Wovernor Lister and the Democratic legislators, the governor made a speech and frankly notified the legislators that If the legislature made any appropriation greater than 1200,000 for the San Francisco and San Diego expositions that he would just as cert...

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