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title: 'The Lynden tribune. (Lynden, Wash.) 1908-current, July 09, 1908, Image 4',
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Just what you want this "hot" wea
Special Prices This Week.
$3.50 Hammocks, now $2-98
2.75, Hammocks, now, 2.25
2.50 Hammocks, now, tM
2.00 Hammocks, now, 1-G8
1.60 Hammocks, now, 1.19.
1.10 Hammocks, now, .M)
Don't Delay. There are not many
left and they'll go fast at these pri
lluy Your Fruit Jars Now.
There is always a security later in
the seaoson and we would advise the
purchase now, of what you will need
during the season. We sell:
And they're all good, too.
Prices the Lowest. Inquire before
Builders' Hardware. Mill Supplies. The Famous
Brand of "Champion" 1 Stump Powder.
213 WEST HOLLY ST.
BELLI NO HAM, WASH
THE MEAT QUESTION
All kinds of fresh meats kept constantly in cold storage. We take
pride in our salt meats; they are the best products of the world's
greatest packers. We pay the highest price, in cash, for beef, mut
ton, hogs and hides.
A. L. DRAKE, . Lynden.
Mr. George Taylor has been laid up
-with rheumatism for over a week,
but is believed to be somewhat on
the mend now.
Mrs. R. H. Fields of Garden, Ore.,
is here the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
W. H. Elder.
Shurd Nobles, deputy county survey
or, accompanied by his bead chain
man, Martin Randall, stopped at the
Miller .Hotel Monday night. They are
surveying down near Wiser Lake this
week. Mr. Nobles, we are informed,
is In tbe race for tbe office of survey
FOR SALE: 10 acres, near Lynden.
Price reasonable. '
A. J. Brown. 2t 11.49.
Rev. P. 3. Hoekenga, pastor of the
Christian Reformed church,, will be
in Seattle over Sunday and will con- 1
duel services there in the Interest of
ADVERTISE iv The Tribune. ■
1908 SEASON OF THE
DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR PROSPERITY
DeLaval Separators and Farm Prosperity almost go hand In hand. The farming outlook was never
before so promising as now. First and always best, as they have been for thirty years, the DeLaval Sep
arators were never before so good as are the new ami improved 1908 machines.
Midsummer, the most profitable separator season, is now at hand. There was never a better time to
make this most profitable of all farm implement purchases. It's high time to gel aboard.
Drop us a card today and we will come and show you the best separator made, the DE LAVAL.
Black Cat Brand
Every pair fully warranted. Every pair absolutely fastcolor regardless of price.
Every pair full size and full length. Every pair made with a special elastic stite'j <>v< r the toe, leaving
no seam whatever. The only hose made with this stitch.
Chihlrens hose in all sizes, weights ami styles, and at all prices.
Ladies hose iv all weights and styles. Men's half hose satisfy the most pal ticular of purchasers.
Next time try the Black Cat Brand of Hose. They'll Please You. •
The Lynden Department Store
LIST your property with Hlxby and
Bakker If you wish to sell.
C. K. Hitchcock and wife visited
Iteming the past week..
J. B. GALE, utnbrelas repaired and
recovered. Scissors ground. Next door
to P. 0. It.
IF YOl' HAVE horses or cattle that]
you wish pastured, call and see me'
| about It. 1 have an abundance of
good pasture for rent.
Frank W. Bixby. 351 £
FARM LOANS. Swim and Aldrlch.
Arthur Crablree drove to Belllng
bam last Friday to get his cousins,
Ben., Pearl and Nellie Crablree, and
Oral Handy. After visiting and spen-|
ding the Fourth here they returned
lo Bellinghuin Sunday afternoon in
order to be present Monday morning
at the Normal summer school.
WE KEEP track of all the snaps In
real estate. See us before buying.
Swim and Aldrich. 1
Black Cat Hosier!
THE MOST PERFECT HOSIERY
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hay spent th.
Fourth in llellingham.
HAVE your conveyancing done by
Swim and Aldrieh.
Misses Eva Mulder, Lee Bangs, Reffl
lOgel and Messers. Charles Philo ami
Ray Slade spent the Four th ut Suinas
WE DESIRE TO BELL, "JACK" oar
t.onhey. Price $:!U.t)o.
Enil and Vernon ltixby.
Miss Iteka Roo, of Bellinghain, Ipes
the FOurth wilh her parents iv Lyn
' i.N'SlinE in n reliable company with
Swim and Aldrieh.
William Greenblnlt went to Dent
ing on Friday last remaining there nY
W tbe Fourth, Mr. Greenblnlt was
bformerly stationed in Demini aa in
[ apcet or before being transferred le
jibe Lynden branch of the Immigraliiui
IF YOU HAVE a difficult Job oil re
pairing, take it, next, door to the I'
O. to J. M. Gale. It.
Mr. and Mrs. C. .1. Don!} returned
' Sunday after spending a week Iv Si n
ttle and Victoria.
DR. ERR, specialist, Eye, Ear, None
and Throat. Glasses fitted. Phone
A Ml, Daylight Block, Bellingham.
The Epworlh League held it h regn
lar monthly business meeting at i|„
J home of Wilder Jones, their president,
lust Monday evening. After the i i
lug, games were played mid a short
I program rendered. The most ImpoT
tunt tiling in it being the rending n
comic paper which produced consider
I able merriment. Refreshments were
WATCH for H. Van Gilder's big id.
next week. Will be of interest to you.
I WANTED: more visitors to The
WE WRITE fire insurance in the very
( best and safest companies. Bixby U iu|
J The ball team will go to Blame Sun- i
day to play the Blame team. Ootid
luck to the boys, may they "do 'eni I
IDE WITT & GALE agency for Vue, '
lfic Steam Laundry. Laundry leave* '
Tuesday evening at 7:30 for Belling
ham. v ,
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE JULY 9, 190 S.
W. O. Grant returned Monday even
ing on the aulo i t er spending | cou
ple of days visiting iii Bellingharo.
WANTED—a gi'i f or general hom-c
--work. Apply at
giickmy Home, i t.
Messers, Johnson end Bollerad, t>n;>
hers of Bvafaon, visited with P. t
Drown and It. W. Qreen a couple 01
days this week. They expressed them-
Helves, before having, as very mucl
pleased with prosperous condition 01
WE DEAL principally in snaps, Swim
Mr. James Parks, of Seattle, whi
owns a large tench mar Worlhei
Station, is in Lynden ihis week look
ing after ihe Interests of ihe ranch.
PH. TORNEY: Oculist and Aurisl
i i Bellingham will leave for Ihe east
, Aug. 15, fur posl-grnduHie study, re
turning net. IS. 2-l-x to n-l-o.
tfi o ami Van Leeuwen Lumber Co.
have taken i>. W. Bender Into iheir
business as bookkeeper.
toll SALE: two mares with young
rolls. Johu lioiia. 2tp49.
Anna Johnson of Ml Vernon, Wash.
Is canvassing a book in the neigh"
horhood this week lo obtain money
iii defray her expenses at Walla Walla
coll* ge next year.
WANTED 1000 subscribers to The Tri
Mrs, M. Wrlgbl was iv Bellingham
Ihe week of Ihe fourth.
LOST a dark brown Jersey cow with
while spots, a rather abort thick neck
mill short horns. AbOttt 2-year old
I giving milk. CARR BAILBY.itf,
Miss Ruby Httdley is Visiting her
brother and friends of Porter, Wash,
WANTED a second hand, one-horse
wagon, call up Phone 804, It
Mis. George Worthen of Bunnyslde
is staying in Lynden tins week hav
ing her teeth treated b) Dr, O. 11.
LOST a black mine with v short
lall, weighing about 1280. When last
seen hail bailer on.
Chas. Alverson, Mnaqul, B, C, 111.
ii h, Jamleson was in Bellingham
„ii business yesterday.
t-j Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bevans now of
i- Ranler, ore., but formerly of Lynden,
visited with their daughter, Mrs, W.
C. Mllltr, several days last week. It
s only UiMe yeari since" they left
j Lynden but tl ings l aye unproved and
changed bo much in that time that
l_ .Ms. BeVims says that she was real-
I ly I* si when they put her off the
if si age here,
" Messers. Green Gale, Aldrieh and Wn
pies are back from their fish ng trip
al Big Lake, and many in.' the fish
stories that are being circulated ab-l
„ uut town, The hardest one for the
■people 'i Lynden lo swallow however,
is the one that Aldrieh tells about get*
" ting up two mornings in succession at
B i hrj c o'clock.
1 The members of the Kensington
Club picnicked on Waples' lawn July
II I. Tin day was very enjoynbly spent,
• and wound up with a base ballgame
" by li c old timers, The game whs n
i warm one and some of ihe stunts pul
. led off are hind to describe in bawe
p ball language.
| Mis. Harrison Clark, formerly of the
? Wiser Lake neighborhood, and later
.of Bellingham, died Monday of cere*
bro spinal meningitis, The funeral
. was held ai Wiser Li ke School house
- and the remains buried in Lynden ecn
f etery yesterday afternoon,
| Messers, Waren, Everett and Barn
eat Hawley, Owen Hadley, Lloyd Brad*
- by, Brwin Thayer, Jesse Emmons and
George Baruliart have gone to the
foot bills of Mount Baker to spend i
' two weeks, bunting, fishing and light- I
| log mosquitoes,
i .Miss Pearl Elder returned Monday i
' from her outing nip lo AnaeortcH and |
1 on es Island, i
j "11. A. Berkmail has just returned
. from a tew days outing at onus Is
| land.—Ferudale Record. '
Mrs. John Bwope went down to Bel- I
, llngham lust week and waa present
in the operation on Clare Palmer.
| Clate was treated for adenoids and
had a tonsil removed. He is the son *
of Archie Palmer of Lynden.
Miss Florence Hoag who has been "
treating Mis. Frederick .1. Brown wiih '
'osteopathic treatments for some time,
returned u> Bellingham last Saturday p
lon tbe auto stage. .
Dr. Bid son returned from a short'
business trip to Seattle the first of t<
the week. Ik
LADIES LONG BILK GLOVES with
double tipped fingers, I'lack and
White. All Kites, This week per
LADIES LONG LISLE GLOVES. Op
en in the wrist. Brown only per
MEN'S WORK SOX. The kind that
usually set] at 10 Cents, This week
only, B pair, sc.
MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED UNDER
WEAR, an extra good garment at on
HAY PORKS, :: lines, the kind that
sells at fi.'i .is. Lhls .week only 50c.
Bring in your cash coupons and get
some of the new premiums.
RUGS. TABLE COVERS.
LOUNGE COVERS. DISHES.
f Mrs. Enoch Thompson and her two
i, daughters, Minnie and Nevada, and
'. Mm, Coleman were up from Belling
i ham Sunday to visit Mrs. Hussard and
t Mm. C. O. Hussard.
■ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott and
Miss Beatrice Handy went to Blame
_ Weditsday lo visit Mr. and Mrs. John
Sheeis of Ihe Journal. All are Mlnin--
( Misses Helen and Hefh Itipperda of
. j Whitby Island formerly of Lynden,
jspenl ihe fourth here visiting old
', Mr. Ernest King a former citizen
• of Lynden, but now of California is
t visiting his aunt, Mrs. Hussard, this
i Miss Lena Helder a trained nurse
» Tacoma, Wash, left last Monday nf
■ I ter two weeks visit with her mother
» and friends in Lynden,
M. A. Carty has taken J. E. Mc
t Borley's place on the mail route this
week. Mr. McSotley has been laid up
wiili a supply of Job's Tormentors.
Mrs. H. H. Fields of Garden, Ore.,
who has been visiting wilh her cousin,
Mrs. W. H, Elder, for the past few
i days left for her home today.
i Swim & Aldrieh have again offer
ed for sale the properly across Fish
Trap creek, sometimes known as Jack
A workman slashing on the Uodine
I place south of town cut bis foot quite
j seriously Wednesday, He went to Bel
t lingham for repairs.
j Beta Jamieson who has been vis
|iiing ber auttt in Bellingham for the
piiHt three weeks returned Sunday eve
Mrs. A. J. Brown and her two chil
dren, Glen and Hot, returned from a
several weeks visit In Minnesota and
Dakota, last Thursduy.
| Mr, and Mrs. W. It. Stelnhauer spent
ihe Fourth at Mt Vernon with Mrs.
Itusco and Mulka are getting well
I along with their Sixth street contract.
They are putting on the gravel.
John Mulder returned Saturday af
ter a visit of one week among friends
M. Biehler's ad this week calls at
tention to the famous I X L pocket
knives. He sells them. .