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ErzfSLßeckes, Real Estate
DO IT NOW
This is the season of the year when you run the
greatest risk of losing your property by fire.
We are agents for:
Aetna Insurance Company.
Phoenix Insurance Company.
Washington Insurance Company.
Imperial Insurance Company.
German Alliance Insurance Company.
We buy and sell Real Estate, Loan Money. Ex
amine Abstracts, Pass on Titles and do general
Conveyancing and Notary Work.
We have inquiries for 10- and 20-acre improved
tract. List your property with
Erz (EL Beckes, Real Estate.
Stoves and Ranges
I X L Pocket Knives
ZOET & HAVEMAN
Bicycles and Sporting Goods. Agents for: Separators,
Gasoline Engines, Gasoline Lamps, Motorcycles, Autc
We handle gasoline and all grades of lubricating oil.
SWIM & ALDRICH
PARK PROPERTY FOR SALE
We have the lotr iv north part of town, designed
for a park and picnic ground, for a quick sale for $20
per lot. The tract consists of 24 hits, bordered on the
north by section line and along the southerly edge by
a small creek which furnishes a constant supply of
p ire cold water. There is a tine chance for a cheap
w iter-power for domestic use. This tract contains the
only first-growth timber on this section and should
have been secured by the town for a park. One hun
dred dollars a lot would be a small price to pay for the
timbered hits in this tract for such a purpose. Tl c
measurement is 24x40 rols, or over 6 acres.
Price $480. This will be a quick sale.
Fresh Bread, Pi<>s and
Cakes Always Ou Hand.
J. P. SCHMITT
To The Voters of Whatcom County. l
1 hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination of County Attorne
on the Republican licket to be voted
for at the Direct Primary Election,
September Sth, 1908.
FRANK W. BIXBY,
Knapp Bros, call your attention to
their fine line of furniture in this Is
sue. Look up their ad. I
Glass. Paints and Oils.
Cleanirg, Pie sinn and Repairing.
A specialty on babe's and men'i
cl .thing. W, O. GRANT.
SPORTS OF THE 4th.
A number of contests and a ball
game weie pulled offat llawley's park
July 4th. In the ball game, the sec
ond team from here scooped the vis
iting team from Glendale by a long
i-core. In the contests, the following
Running race, Ben Lorlng.
Boys running race under It!,
Boys running race under If,
Girls running race under 16,
Standing broad jump, Henry Wampler
Ilunning broad jump, Ben Loring
Standing broad Jump, boys under 16,
Star.dirg broad Jump, boys under 12,
Rolling contest, Frank Haw ley
role Vault, tie Henry Wainpler and
W. C. T. U. MEETING
! The first regular meeting of the \V.
I C. T. U. found all the officers in place,
• .t goodly numher of members, and
■ others coming lo unite with the uniui,.
; Ihe meeting was ably conducted by
• the president, Mrs. Case. As must el
• ihe members are new lo the Work,
some little, lime will elapse before all
the machinery gets into motion.
A committee on program. Misses
Kuula. Crunibough and Mrs. Vail, will
furnish not only entertainment, but
instructions in the workings of this
great organization, which had its With
in Hillsboro, Ohio, in 1573, uud w un
known at ihe Woman's Tempera;..,.
Crusade. Later, in IST4, in Cleveland,
Ohio, national W. C. T. U. was org
anized. Miss Francis E. Willaid fust
came into connection with the work
at thai time and through her nmstw-
Ijr efforts the work was carried on
.or years. Truly was she styled the
"Queen Uee of the World." Under the
leadership Of her successor, Mis. L,
At. X. Stevens, ihe Wol k Slill goes
.in, and new unions are to be tound in
nearly every country In the world.
While it is called Temperance Uu
ton, mere are fifty four departments,
each under a superintendent, who
dives instructions in her department
in a small union, we lake up hul .1
,ew of these, the ones we think BJOSI
..seiul lor the present. These were
published in a former number of the
We extend a cordial invitation to nil
o uuelid these meetings. The ue\
meeting will be held in the Methodist
hutch, on Thursday, July lilh, ftl
If. M. Sights, Secy.
MANY NEW HOMES
F. M. Smiih is building a concrete
louse on QroVCf street. It will be a
i'.ory and a half building with a lung
.orch running the full length of the
front side. Dimensions, main part X
if 28, porch 28 by 6.
T. H. Smith has just finished a 1» »\.
iddiliou to bis barn north of Lynd-r Tl
Charles Hoehringer is buildin* i
,'me new barn on his ranch just Boat i
>f the eltjr. His father C. Boeihit* r,
lias just completed a large one on hi*
•ancb nearby and together they uJd
•onsiderably to the attractiveness of
hat part of the world.
C. J. Osgood is building a large
barn on bis place south of the Nouk
B. C. Crabttee has just complied
i silo on his ranch, the Meridian Dat
y Farm. It is 14 feet in diameter
and 30 feet high and has a capacity of
.ibout 100 tons. The silo is built of
Matched lumber upon a solid concrete
;oundath n and is practicily air tight
Air. Crablree has feed cutter and blow
r to prepare the silage and fill the
.10, the power being furnished by a
-horse power gasoline engine. This
. the best equipped silo in the county.
Miles Rillenberg was Ihe builder.
C. O. Bussard has just finished and
moved Into his neat little cottage in
iwim & Aldrich's addition. The dim
ensions are 24 by 20.
Kyper and Kiigley, contiactors, are
.uildign a colonial cottage 24 by 40,
.\ih six huge rooms for Mrs. C. U»W*
y on the corner of Aetna and Label*
Mr. |* C. Knglcy is building bint
elf a cottage in the form of a To"
trover and Acma streets. The main
part is 24 by 26 and the wing 16 by 12
F. E. Knapp is building a large two
itory house ou west Front street. It's
limeiisions are 22 by 26. There will
c eight good sized rooms and the
lallwnys and balh room. His
Mother E. I). Knapp will build a simi
»r structure in a few weeks ou the
lot adjoining him and bordering on
.'en lb siieet and Front.
MttMer and Hoerhave are building a
bongsUiW, California style, for B. w.
j Green. It is located on Tenth street
o tl at looking out of the south win
dows, one has a very beautilul view
of the Nooksack Valley. It is 36 b|
40, will have 7 large rooms. In the
living room there 1b an oldfashioned
j fire place whose chimney is made of
cobble stones which presents a very
rustic appearance from the outside.
The house will have all the modem
improvements such as electric lights,
plumbing and hot water heat. The
so Mr. Mulder tells us, which la a
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE JULY 9, 1908.
5 shingles will be stained with creosote
M new thing in Lynden.
;> | W. G. Miller has Just finished and
. j moved into a cozy little bungalow in
f J Swim & Aldrichs Addition. It is tu
]|(ked away among the firs but that
j makes it none the less cozy and lnvlt
j'"g. H i s 2t by 44 which includes a
six foot porch on each end.
Mrs. Mary Jones has just finished
and moved into a pretty little bunga
. low on the corner of Tenth and Edl-
Albert Itoo has the frame work all
'j up for his cottage on west Edison St.
Dimension 24 by 40.
Horten and Brooks, contractors of,
Lynden are building a beautiful bung
alow on tirover street for Harry Wor
i low. When Hen Shoemaker gets
jihrough throwing white paint on it,
it will certainly look fine. It Is a
one story building with dormer wind
ows. Dimensions are 22 by 32.
E. Edson, the druggist, has just had
a bay window put in his bouse on
Main street. E. Valen has the Job of
repainting the whole house and is now
puuiug on the first coat of paint. j
D. W. Hayes, contractor, is putting I
up a fine two story building for C. F.
Wort hen on the corner ofGrover and
Second streets. There will be 14 large
rooms In the house, besides the clos
ets, halls and bath room. It Is built
in the form of an ell. The main part
being 26 by 22 and the other 18 by 32.
Mulder and Hoerhuve contractors v €
building a fancy bungalow on east .
Front street for Donald Crulkshank.
It will have all the latest improve
uienis, such as a hot-water heating
plant, plumbing and electric light:.
Dimensions 30 by 44.
SI MMONS NO. SBOS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ,
STATE OF WASHINGTON. IN AND
FOR WHATCOM COUNTY
li. P. Nelson, Plaintiff,
.Norman Carr, Carr, bis wife,
and ihe unknown heirs of Daniel M.
Chapel, deceased, Also all other pel
-1 ..ens, or parties unknown claiming any
light, tiitle, estate, lien or interest la
! ihe realeslale describd In the com
plaint herein Defendants.
1 HE STATE OF WASHINGTON:
To the said Norman Carr,
Carr, his wife, snd the unknown
heirs of Daniel M. Chapel, deceased:
, also all othed persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title, estatt
I late. Hen or interest in the real es
i late described iv the complaint he
You and each of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty dayt
afier the dale of the first publication
of this summons, 10-wit, within six
ty days after the Snd day of July, 1908
and defend the above entitled action
iv the above entitled court, and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff, and
serve a copy of your answer upon the
l undersigned attorney for plaintiff at
Ota office below slated; and in case
j .f your failure so to do Judgement will
,c rendered against you according to
he demands of the complaint, which
1 .as been tiled with the clerk of said
, The object of this action is to pro
;ure a decree of said court against
-ach and all of said defendauts ad
,udguig and decreeing; plaintiff to be
ihe sole and absolute oWner of the
.ollowing realeslale, to-wlt; the north
ast quarter of seciioii eight, iv town
hip forty, north, of range three, east,
>l Willamette meridian, all in What
com county. State of Washington; that
i ne adverse claims, if any, of defeud
' ints und of each and every of them,
ire null and void; that defendants, or
my of them, have no estate or iuier
st in or lien or encumbrance upon
aid realestatte; that plaintiff's title to
,aid realeslale be quieted as to such
. .laim, or claims, and that defendants,
heir heirs, administrators and assigns
i .re each and all forever debarred and
I -njoined from asserting any claim of
interest of any nature adverse to plain
• iff, his heirs, successors, assigns or
s .Trainees In and to said realeslale.
I Date of first publication July 2nd,
' W. A. Martin,
Attorney for plaintiff, Post
Olfiee address, Rooms 17
' and 19. First National Ban
com County, Washington.
1 July 2 August 6 inc.
Waples has a change of ad this week
thai will Interest you.
Mrs. Fennel of Tacoma Is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Stark, this week.
Will Moffet lost a fine horse Wed
Mrs. B. W. Loring returned Tues-
I day from her short visit iv Seattle.
Frank Bixby went to Belllngham on
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Fine bargains in Dressers, Commodes, Tables
A large assortment in the latest styles of pietuie
Have you seen the Fulton Reclining Folding Go-
Cart? The best thing of its kind on the market.
All the go iv the cities. We have it.
We also have the Gale, a cheaper but very servic
We have a big line of mattresses on hand and will
guarantee them to be just what we tell you they are
or money back.
FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS
Over 600 At The Picnic
Continiued from first Fage
PROGRAMMA voor de vlerlng va-> ons NATIONAAL VOLKSFEEST.
4 den JULY 1908.
Aanvang 10 A. M. President van den dag:
Zingen door de Vergadlng Pb. 66:1,3.
Hezeu van een dccl der H. S. - -Gebed - - Welkomswoord - - President.
Singing by Audience, "Doxology."
Reading of the "Declaration of Independence." W. Vander Griend
Singing by Audience, "America" (Words below)
Music, "Marching through Georgia." by Orchestra.
Oratie, "Het Vereenlgde Staten Congress." John De Jong.
Recitation, "Our Flag." Henry Muyskeus.
Singing. "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean." Chorus of Girls.
Music, "Swanee River" Violin and Guitar Duett. John Helder, Henry Assink
Oratie, "Succes.' Gerrit Kok.
Zingen, "Lof aan God." - Duet- Anna Assink. Gertie Relsebos.
Oratie, "Ons Christelljk beginsel in de Republiek." .. .. D. H. Muyskens.
Zingen door Vergaderlng Ps. 89:3 Gebed door
PAUZE . .REFRESHMENTS IN THE CANTEEN! RECESS.
Singing by Audience, "Song of the Holland-Americans." tSee other Bide.)
Zingen door Vergaderlng Ps. 105:2.
Singing, "The Star Spangled Banner." Triple Quartet.
Oration, "Duties of the Young Man as a Cittsen.'" P. Van Zee.
Singing, "Chivalry of Manhood." Double Quariet.
Recitation. "Liberty and Union." Herman ElenbSas.
Music, "Mount Vernon Bells." Orchestra.
Zlugen door Vergaderlng Ps. 98:1, 4 COLLECTE voor onkosuta.
Singing. "Floating" John Rutgers* children.
Recitation. "The Battle." Leo Muyskens.
Oratie. "Vrljheid." •»• w - Kruisselbriuk.
Music. "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Violin and Guitar Assink, Helder.
Oratie', "Waar Burgerschap." - J- Slotemaker.
Music. "Home. Sweet Home." Orchestra.
Singing by Audience, "America."
jSingeu door Vetgadtring. Ps. 97: 1
A baby girl was born lo Mrs. Floyd
Vaughn last night.
Zo.t & Haveman have a new ad
ibis week. Look it up.
Mrs. George Erx went to Belllng
Bring In your Job Work.
Hitting th* Pipe.
When Jones got home the other night
be found the family In a punlc snd the
house being flooded from a burst wster
pipe. The first thlug be did wss to
scold his wife for not having sense
enough to go down to the cellar snd
hammer up the supply pll>e to prevent
the wster from escaping. Then be
went downstairs and was soon beard
hammering vigorously. After some
minutes' strenuous work, givlug one
Isst mighty blow, he asked. "How Is It
"ibere is uo difference In the flow of
the water." his wife calmly replied,
"but as the light bus gone out 1 very
much fear you have hammered up the
Th» Cardan of Edsn.
The passage in Genesis In wblcb the
location of the gurdeu of Edeu seems
to be Indicated has long tiet-n a bone of
contention among theologians snd Bl
ble students geuerally The discussion
of the subject has beeu as Ingenious a«
it has beeu fruitless The garden ha
been located all over Asia. The Bibll
cal account would seem to place Eden
In the old Mesopotamia, the region of
the "great rivers." the Euphrates awl
Tigris.—New York American.
Net Really Necessary.
Weeping Relatlve-Oh. my dear, the
doctor ssys be doesn't expect you to
lire much longer! Stubborn lnrslM-
Yee, but won't you please pause and
think of how long I have lived already
without any ex|>evtatn>ua on his part?
Fond Motber-To be quite frank, doc
tor the poor girl has been eating her
heart out. Brusque Old Pbyslelsn-Hsl
When will young people lesrn to eat
prudently? IHe leaves four klnoa ef
THE QUEST OF BEAUTY.
"Making Up" Is a Vsry Ancient Femi
"Making up." aa applied to the ap
pearance, la by no menus aa modern
an art aa many people Imagine.
In the days of Roman supremacy
the women tinted their eyebrows with
black In emulation of "os eyed Venus."
Tbey pslnted their faces, sprinkled
themselves wltb perfume and even
wore false balr or tinted tbelr own
locks In accordance with the prevail
The Greek ladles of the same period
employed maids who rubbed out tbelr
mistress' wrinkles, "decorated" her
face with red and white pulut and
darkened her eyebrows. It was then
also the fashion to coat the face wltb
white of egg and goose grease to pro
tect It from the sun snd wind. It Is
sven said that tbey had a recipe for
turning blue eyes to black.
Tbeee fsshlons sll bad tbelr origin
in Italy, where In Inter years the no
torious Lucresia Borgia Is said ts have
dyed her bslr different colors, accord
ing to her fsncy of the moment.
In England In tbe eighteenth cen
tury many women, among then) Lady
Coventry, died from the effects of
rouge- 80 In all ages "besuty at all
costs" was the motto of "smart" la
Therm are many storlea of Tennyson
in tbe Duke of Argyll's book, "Pas
sages From the Past," and one of tbe
most cbsrsctertstlc relates to the time
wben tbe marriage of bis grace, tben
the Marquis of Lome, snd PrtDcess
Louise was la tbe sir. One day Tenny
son bad a number of guests at lunch
eon, among whom was the Msrquls of
Lone. In tbe course of talk the -mer
quis told Tennyson, tben poet Isureate.
thst the queen liked bis new volume.
"I am glad to bear It." Tennyson
said In his sonorous, slow, musics!
bsss voice. "I bare given a good ac
count of ber In that volume, but the
newspapers don't like my rhymes— ssy
they are bad. I live in terror," be con
tinued, "of any of tbe queen's family
marrying and of hearing from ber that
she hopes I will write something. I
bars no news of thst kind yet, bat I
, live In terror of it"
This wltb a solemnly sly wink.