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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

PAGE TWO. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WHATCOM COUNTY, WASHINGTON FEBRUARY SESSION 1913 Monday, February 3, 1913. The Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment taken on January 23d, 1913. Present, C. B. Legoe, chairman; J. G. Kemper and Henry Shagren, Commissioners; Will D. Wallace, clerk of the board, in at tendance. The following claims were allowed and proceedings had: Current Expense Fund. Salaries of auditor and assist ants $601.00 Salaries of prosecuting attorney and assistants 323.33 Salaries of county clerk and assistants .. 358.33 Salaries of treasurer and assist ants 4fi6.00 Salaries of sheriff and assist ants 337.12 Salaries of assessor and assist ants 193.25 Salaries of engineer and assist ants 185.50 Salaries of Supt. of County schools and assistant 240.00 Salaries of Supt. county home and assistants 195.75 Ed. E. Hardin, salary as- su perior judge 125.00 W. H. Pemberton, do., IS days 72.55 C. B. Legoe, salary as county commissioner, 3-5 mo...

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. — 27 February 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New. on Page 6. J^, De Boer was 'luting in the Bay City last Thursday. ItM. Ogle was the guest of Mrs Bob Ferris of Bellingham. Sunday- Mrs. D. J. Mn„ n , who naß bepn Quite ill With bronchitis,, is improv ing. Miss Margaret Gray of Glendale spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Bellingham " Mr. At Harkness spent Sunday with his sister, Miss Lizzie Hark ness in Everson. Miss Cecelia Hathaway was a week-end visitor at her sister's home In Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Philo entertained the Lynn Brown family at dinner Saturday evening. Mr. H. Vander Wall spent a few days last week with his nephew. H Otter. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barnes and family returned to their home in Westminster. B. C, Thursday. Misses Ada and Nettie Hoover visited their mother In Eversou Sun day. Mrs. C. B. Bay entertained the J. K. Rinehart family at a chicken 1 dinner. Sunday. A false alarm brought out the fire department in double-quick time Monday evening. The W. I. W. N...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

PAGE POUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to Paciflo Pilot, first pnbl'a Aug. 14, I*ol Lynflen Inn, first pubus'd Jane 89, I*o4 r-ynden »un-Pilot, eatab. Aug. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. X. BOSEHIWEIO. Owns* and PabUsber OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY One Tear in Advance tI.SO Six Months in Advance .T| Canada and Foreign, one Tear 2.00 Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act or March 3. 1879. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's business 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 contribute to Its support. All ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

X W. N. Selig, one of the leaders among the World's Moving Picture Educators. SELIG, PRODUCER OF GREAT INDIAN DRAMAS, MEETS REAL INDIANS FROM GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. Firm in their belief that motion pic tures makes them live forever. Black feet Indians from Glacier National Park recently paid a visit to W. N. Selig, head of the Selig Polyscope Co., in his great Chicago studio and invited the moving picture magnate to be their guest this summer. Mr. Selig,: who is doing more than any other mo tion picture producer to preserve the I CHURNING ESSENTIALS. Every farmer should remember at least three things in his churn ing, says Prof. W. L. Clevenger, of the Dairy Departmens of the Col lege of agriculture, Ohio State Uni versity. The first of these is that proper agitation of the cream in the churn is essential. Unless the fat globules are agitated evenly the butter produced is not going to be of good grain and will not be grad ed as high for market, or even for home purposes. Bring Us Yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 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 3ALT3- Logan Berries plants |S per 100 at Gibbs' bulb garden Clearbrook; Choice Apple trees. Wagner, Lanana. Delicious vari eties. A lew Anjoci Pear Trees all 15 cents each. 2-2"-4t FOR BALK- Hay, $9 per ton in the Yarn Wm. Visser. 2-27-2; FOii BALE —An almost new piano will sell oi tiade for a horse and buggy. John Hoffman, Everson R. 3, I'lioi.e Nooksack 3314. v_27-2t. FOR DRINKING founts, feed trough and brooder lamps—The Far mers Mercantile co. FREIGHTING DONE—Our freight wagons are i.cv running both srayi daily to and from Bellingham Prompt, cartful and rapid trans it guaranteed. Me-Soriey & Sons pcprietors 2-27-tf. FOR SALE —A few choice, uncall ed for Fruit Trees, at one-half original price. J. E. McSorley, 7th and G:over S:s . Ly nden. 2-27-tf. FOR SALE— 210-etU "Trusty' Incubator, good as new: a...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. lynden Lodge No. 71, meota every Saturdae 1n Fellows' Hail. c. a. Pay, i v i? s Motnhnner, Secretary. 1 ° ..ksack Valley Encnmpment. No. r>« meetii Mid tlilrd Wednesdays iv Odd Fellows' Hall , ScorlL C. P. U. S. Steinhaucr. BOlS*. Harmony Belierea InSSI, No. 35, nieeta Unit third Saturdays In L o. o. F. Hall Ftio.i No. Mm. W. W. Palmer. Secular, MASONIC. ! lolon t'«SSJ, No. SO meets second » n rt fourth [ ays .li Masonic Hall. Ueo. A Pulnier w I). W lleuder, See'}. aimer, w. I j udou Chapter, No. 12, O. E. 8.. meets first th rd Thursday* In Masonic Uall. Mrs oeu ... i. W. M. Geo. W. Hall. Set'}. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ndea Lodge, No. 137, meets every Monday to P. Bail. A. 1 tuuker. c. C. U. b. Stein ■ K. of H. S. > ndea Temple, No. 02. Pythian Sisters. BMMta ... and fourth Wednesdays in K. of P. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet ere! 1 ? 2nd and 4th Saturdays | n Pliley a on Third St. Warren a. Uawley. (Tork. B. of A. Y. in Plxley'* II *U every first tad ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 February 1913

PAGE EIGHT. NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Non-Intervention Plan Adhered To But Precautions Are Taken Washington.—The war department has ordered the mobilization of the Fifth brigade of the army at Galves ton for possible embarkation on tran sports. The order is the result of a conference between President Taft and Secretary of War Stlmson. Although it was emphasized that the government contemplated no change in its non-intervention policy, it was admitted that nearly 5000 troops would be held in Galveston, in case of untoward developments. Despite assurances from various American consuls in Mexico that the governors of Mexican states are ra pidly declaring their loyalty to Pro visional President Huerta, Secretary of State Knox believes the present quiet is only the calm before a storm. Net Weight Bill Passed. Plain labeling of food packages with the net weight and contents before they are sold to the public is required by a bill passed by the senate, which already had passed the ho...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 March 1913

Vol. 5 SENATE and HOUSE Doings at Olympic* as Seen by the Tribune Correspondent. The people of the state general ly. thOße who pay the taxes, will commend Governor Lister for. his action in vetoing large appropria tion measures, and this is being evidenced by the daily letters and telegrams that are reaching the chief executive. The governor was elected on a pledge of econ omy and he intends keeping that regardless of how it niay affect his future political career, because he believes in keeping his promise to the people. He knows he is making himself unpopular with the legislative but he believeß that this is a little thing compared with the ill will of the people of the state. And another thins he believes in practicing busitAjs methods in the conduct of state affairs. He thinks it unnec essary to make an appropriation of over a half million dollars to finish the Temple of Justice, when this can be just as well taken care of in the bill which passed the sen ate this week providing...

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

PAGE TWO. ~* JIM HILL AT SEVENTY-SIX. "I have still about five and one half years work laid out before me, When 1 shall have finished that I shall be 80 years old, and then I gueßs 1 can find something else to do." James J. Hill said this cheerily a few days ago. He will be' seven ty-five years old next September, but he appears to be only in the prime of life. "Rest can only be enjoyed af ter a full day's work," said Mr. Hill. "Work never kills anybody— it is worry. And I don't worry. Worry, you know, will kill even a "The business of the country is on a safe basis," he said, after lie had been pressed for an expression on that topic. "Railroad earnings prove this. The railroad is like a river. The main stream must be fed constantly by its tributaries or its banks will not be kept full." "PreHideiit-eleet Wilson," said Mr. Hill, "is a man of profound learning in books and of broad cul ture. But may be he does not quite understand the average American citizen or his viewpoint. 1 put...

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

LOCAL and PERSONAL Addition*! Local New. on Pag. 6 . Be sure to register' Registration books are open. fin Mr ; F o nk KnaDD his fine new Ford touring car Saturday „**; al ' d M ". T. Tyler and son, Goidon. drove to Lynden Tuesday. Misses Jordan and McMahn went to Bellingham Friduy evening to epend the week-end with friends. Misses Cole visited their brother and family iv Bellingham from rnday until Sunday evening. Miss Agatha Erz of Bellingham was a Lynden visitor the latter part I of last week. Miss Mabel Davidson returned from Bellingham Sunday evening, where she had been visiting friends' Last Thursday a little girl came to live with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Muueville. Mrs. Frank Knapp was ill aud confined to her home a few days this week. Dr. Mounter had occasion to pre scribe for himself the first of the week —at least he lost his "grippe." T. H. Smith and H. H. Jamieson were transacting business at the county seat on Tuesday. Willis Worthen has sold his ranch in California lor a co...

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

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■nooessor to Vaclflo Pilot, first puM'd Ana. 84, 1901 lynden ana, first paMls'd June as, 1904 X.ynden Bun-mot, estab. An*. 10, 1905 Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. M. XOBXHIWXIO. Owner and mbUsker OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance 11.50 Six Months in Advance 75 Canada and Foreign, one Tear 2.00 Entered as second-class mall matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office at Lyn don, Washington, under the Act of March 8. 1879. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission Is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's business 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 contribute to its...

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

EXPERT CURLERS OF TWO NATIONS COMPETE FOR VALUABLE INTERNATIONAL TROPHY AT ST. PAUL BONSPIEL Famous Skips and their teams from Winnipeg, Duluth, Grand Rapids, Mich., St. Paul and Minneapolis, who competed far the big L. W. Hill Trophy. The 20th Annual Bonspiel of the North western Curling Association opened at the Curling Club of St. Paul, January 14, with rinks from all over the country being represented. The St. Paul Club has twelve sheets of ice and many interesting GOING TO HAVE A STRAWBERRY BED? Chnrles J. Dillon, of the Kans's Agricultural baa the fol lowing .to say regarding the cul tivation of strawberries): The ground for strawberries must be fertile. Good grain ground is satisfactory. Plow as early in the spring as possible. Fall plowing is still better. Pulverize the, soil thor oughly, but never try to work it when it is wet. The ground should be leveled and packed after pulver izing. Get your plants from some re liable dealer. There are two gener al varieties in regard t...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 March 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 WANTED —1000 men to help move our stock to make room for new goods. We always have rows and horses for sale. Lynden Implement Co. 3-6-lt. THE FARMERS Mercantile Co has just unloaded a car load of Al bers Bros, celebrated chick and scratch food, egg mash, chick starter, beef scraps, ground bone grit and shells. In fact every thing for poultry. See our win dow. FOR SALE —Feed potatoes, 10 cts. a sack, at John Botta's place near Stone's mill, Lynden.3-6-lt. FOR SALE- l.ogan Berries plants $5 per 100 at Cibbs' bulb garden Cleurbrook; Choice Apple trees. Wagner, Banana. Delicious vari eties. A lew Anjoci Pear Trees all 15 cents each. 2-27-41 FOR SALE- flood Hay. $9 per ton In the barn. Wm. Visser. 2-27-21 FOR SALE —An almost new piano will sell ot nade for a horse and buggy. John Hoffman, Everson R. 3, Phone Nooksack...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 6 March 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71. meeta every Saturday in Odd Fellow.' Hall. C. B. Bay N G h k BteiaMMC, Secretary. ' * ' ' * Nooksack Valley Encampment, No BS meet, fjn-t and third Wedne.da.va In odd Pelluwa' Uall Geo. Scotll. C. P. H. S. Steluhauer. Scribe. Harmony Beliecca Lodge, No. 35, meeta Brat aud third Saturday* in 1. o. o. F. Hall r'thel Bailey, N. G. sir.. W. W. Palmer, Secretary MASONIC. I.ynden Lodge. No. 50. meets second and fourth Thursday* In Maauulc Hall. Geo. A Palmer W M. D. W. Bender, Set'y. - Lynden Chapter. No. 12, O. E. S., meets Brat and third Thursdays in Masonic Hall. Mra Geu W. Hall. W. M. Geo. YV. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 137. meeti every Monday In X of P. Hall. A. Duukcr. C. C. 11. S. Kt'elu li»uer, K. of ft. S. Lynden Temple. No. 82. Pythian Slstera. m*et» second aud fourth »tJu^.u,.., i v K. of r. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturdava In Pliley'a Ball, on IL.ro St. Warren B. 11 avt ley, cle...

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

PAGE EIGHT. " NEW PRESIDENT IS INAUGURATED The Usual Ceremonies Attend Induction Into Office of Woodrow Wilson Washington.—No president-elect has ever found the capital of the nation whose destinies he is to guide more brilliantly arrayed or more abundant with enthusiasm than Woodrow Wil son. Mr. Wilson and his family arrived at 3:45 o'clock Monday afternoon. With them in special trains came students from Princeton University, who formed a lane from the train shed to the president's room in the station,' where the Inaugural reception commit tee of senators, representatives and citizens awaited the Wilson family. One of Mr. Wilson's last acts as a private citizen was to call, with Mrs. Wilson upon the president and Mrs. Taft. The president-elect and Mrs. Wilson were escorted to the White House soon after their arrival. Presi dent and Mrs. Taft received them in the Blue room. All the miliary and naval aides to the president, in regalia to their office, were present, but none of the ca...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 March 1913

Vol. 5 THE FIASCO ENDS. To-night the Worst Legislature ever Convened in this State Adjourns. The really big fight of last week was on H. B. 309. relating to the initiative by the people In amending the constitution, when the measure went down to defeat because of the fact that those men who had pledged themselves previous to the election ut terly refused to vote for the meas ure. Their pledges were in the hands of the joint legislative league and they knew it. but in the face or this Beveral of them voted directly opposite. It took the house the greater part of Thursday to dispose of the bill, starting in about 10:30 in the morning when a house call was secured, and continued for two hours In order to locate just two members. Hays of Thurston and Row land of Benton, after Beveral mem bers had been excused by vote of the house because of sickness. The friends of the matter delayed action on the bill until they bad secured the presence in the hall of every member that could be brought...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 13 March 1913

PAGE TVTO. rVHAT WASHINGTON'S SOLONS ABE DOING Olympia — Mondaj the ut'th nay of Rm i.«bbioi iounc bflfa lirsinrlhai niuot lur.iier aiong v I M I bMMM tutu, tiny beßßioi; neretotore v spite o! the tuct that the number ol bill* vii hanti it. be* erai huutlretl greater than the nontber IntHiifliTfl at mvs u&mt ses sion The UlUb total llui, there being afif in tht senate and 041- it fibs hou**.. BfriSi hMWM have puaaeo tl MUs. till of which bin* pout tti Cio>eruor UssM 'or approval ul veto Bu lar tut gov e*UO! ttui 'etouC l»v V..a Htfl lil-u of a third H« but signed about 12 Boti houses liuve concurred in IS memorials ant resolutions, Included in the list of important lll—lirw v t.ivt lib", puaatif one or tht other of Uie houseb to thit time urt ttat IraaYnnnir'"' bntite «.}>- pr'.ipriutiot. l)Ut. the mother* peiißiou bill, the bit) creuting a B.vstem or state artenuJ hiKiiwb'yb. v bill lor t pension lor the wive* unci lainiliw of uotivicth, a bin creaunf b Btatt deparuneitt ...

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

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local News on P M m 4 and 6. tr.f h , aP n Ba , yeß Mt Sat <"day for a trip to Carlton, Oregon. Ernest Tucker, of Blame, visit ed his sister i v Lynden Sunday. John Little went to Vancouver B. C, Monday. Miss Luella Smith is still suffer ing with Btiatic rheumatism. John Nipges aud family are mov ing to Ferndale. Fred Saxauer was a passenger on the outgoing Sunday evening train. W. H. Bliss went to Bellingham Tuesday. Mrs. Long and Miss Alma Long are suffering from the lagrlppe. Buy your Easter Bonnet of Miss Foil where you get correct style aud right prices. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Keller last Satur day, leaving a baby girl with them. J H. Shoop and family have late ly moved to Lynden from north of town. Mrs. Emma Daniels Is back from a visit with her brother, Kennard Kobinsou, in Bellingham. Mr. Wm. Ireland left Monday for an extended trip through Oregon aud California. The Missionary Society of the M E. church met with Mrs. F...

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

PAGE FOUR THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to Fsclflo ttlot, tilt pabl'a Aug. s4, 1»01 tynaen ■as, first pubUs'l Jans as, MM Jynata ■oa-Pllot, sstas. Aug. 10, ISOs Published at Lynden, Whatcom Co., Washington, every Thursday. H. BOnsTSWaUS. Oww and Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tsar in Advance $1.50 Six Months in Advance .75 Canada and Foreign, one Tear z.OO Entered aa second-class mail matter, July 8, 1908, at the post office St Lyn den, Washington, under ths Act of March 3. 1878. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission is charged and all notices of any kind in tended to promote somebody's business 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 contribute to its...

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

YOU ARE MORE INTERESTED IN THE GROCERIES You buy than in anything cUe that cornea into your home. You should tee that the food, you eat are pure and wholesome. We are making it our business to seek for and sell only pure foods, and in most cases we can sell them as cheap as the inferior kind. Cherry Blossom Flour, JSJ n f«"y guaranteed, per barrel »•«•«■. # 75 Tomatoes, 3 cans for .25 Corn, 3 cans for .25 Heinz Tomato Katchup .25 Heinz Chow Chow .35 Heinz Pork and Beans .15 Heinz Worcestershire Sauce .35 Lee& Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce -35 Van Camp's SL' - 10c, 15c, 25c Honey, home grown, per box .20 Coffee, all grades, 25c. to 45cts. If you want the best, try a can of Superba Coffee, steel cut and packed in vacuum tins, at 48 cts*. Try some of our heavy bran and shorts from the east-of-the mountain mills. They are better. Corn, Wheat, Chop, Scratch Food, Hay, Oil Meal, Shell Alfalfa Meal, Rolled Barley. HARDWARE Ask our prices and see the quality. Place our phone number IN Y...

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