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M. W. A. PICNIC
Two Bands, the Bellingham Band and the Ferndale band
Excursion Train Leaves Bellingham at 8:30 aj.
Lear the muaio and attend the dance m the evening,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Fine bargains in Dressers, Commodes, Tables
A large assortment in tbe latest styles of picture
Have you seen the Fulton Reclining Folding Go-
Cart? The best thing of its kind on the market.
All the go in the cities. We have it.
We also have the Gale, a cheaper but very service
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
SWIM &. ALDRICH
PARK PROPERTY FOR SALE
We have the loir in north part of town, designed
for a park and picnic ground, for a quick sale for $20
per lot. The tract consists of 24 lots, bordered on the
north by section line and along the southerly edge by
a small creek which furnishes a constant supply of
pure cold water. There is a line chance for a cheap
water-power for domestic use. This tract contains the
only first-growth timber on this section and should
have been secured by the town tor a park. Oue hun
dred dollars a lot would be a small price to pay for the
timbered lots in this tract for such a purpose. The
measurement is 24x40 rods, or over G acres.
Price $480. This will be a quick sale.
./»•# P/a» to ##aire a Oay Off, Saturday, August ft and Attend the Pionie
For particulars inquire <rf address any of the association officers.
FKANK BIXBY Lynden, Pres. <W A*W Gosnen, t* Vie,**. W.L MMv U Vice-Pre ,
F. D. WBRZ U Vice-Pres. WILL DANIEL Lynden, S*'» C. C. S«rf &ff,n,*,m. W
Don't Fail to Attend the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Whatcom County
IN LYNDEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST Ist.
Have been engaged and will discourse sweet music throughout the day.
Round Trip Ticket 75cts
The ladies of the W. R. C. held a
legular meeting July 18 with an a -
Mrs. Runyon was reporled not I s
well as usual.
It was also reported that Mrs. Ma I'
lii a member of our order, met fir
death by an explosion of dynamite
at Cle Eluin, Wash., near which place
they were tamped. Wo all extend >ur
iciest sympathy to Uie BWeavai
ones. Mrs Mjl'fet wis a member of
We also, as a cor,,?, wish to extod
our heartfelt sympathy to the belov
ed members of tbe Nichols family
and their relatives who were so re
cently cidled upon to give up the da
voted wife and mother.
Mrs. Simper, a former member of
•our order, made us a visit. We are al
ways glad to welcome our mem
bers, no matter what part of tie
[lobe tliey may hail from,
kind of outing in the near future, as
' has been their custom in the past.
MRS. K. R .
Press Correspondent for the W. R- C.
LIST your property with Bixby and L
iakker if you wish to sell.
H. L Williams has closed bis rest
SUBSCRIBE for The Tribune and <.
ret the news. j
Tbe Equal Suffrage club will meetjl
it the borne of Mrs. Phoebe Judat a (
>ne week from tomorrow.
EDISON Gold Mound Records for teas L
lays only, at 25 cents each, at R.
M. Landaal Drug Co. (
The crowd that went by this of
lice Monday in a hay rack on their
way to Birch Bay to spend the week
were a jolly company.
FOR SALE—A cash register,
udder, the Fidelity ca*h register at
$100. Only used six months. R- J '-
Landall Drug Co.
Mrs. Mulder will chaperon them
AI saw ihe following: Misses E\a
Mulder, Lee Bangs. Pearl Elder Pan
s'- Stuart, and Messrs. Jacobson, Ch«*
: ; 10. John Fritz, Owen Hadley, Sian
b v Storrey, John Mulder.
FOR SALE or trade for stock—One
t year old mare; weight 15,00 pounds.
Miss Eihel Wheeler went to Bellirg
hem Wednesday morning.
THE LYjNDEN TRIBUNE JULY 23, 1908.
W. R. C. Notes.
Dilta an 1 Baaafiidd.
Haying and hot weather are about
all that are going on out thiß way.
Mi-k Sviue l< still his
J. F. Helgath is building a new
ttranary and milk house.
Mrs. Ericson was a caller at the
I bn Axling home Wedues>dny.
A. E. Billviu and ftn ly, C. R.
\xling and femily, Mabel Plank and
Joe Axling will start the first of next
: »<ek for a cruise among the inlands
lOf Puget Sound. They will use the
'Delta 8.,"a boat that A. E. Bald
win built last spring. Probably they
will ciil nl m if R«UU tt Croa*
are getting all the clams they want.
KJS RJsTI' -N T '.v 5-f)>n b jus 9
ilosein. C. O. M -ii lar.
LJU'- K gAi llifßJt wlt'a iait'als
W. T. B. lean watah f>'>- P»« s '
I'ivi at this odl anl revive reward.
(Official Publication ) 1
Report of the Financial Condition of
THE LYNIIES STATE BANK
Located at Lynden. State of Washinr- ,
1 in<'ton, at the close of business out he ;
lo7b day of July, 11*08.
Loans and discounts I 71.°17.7|
Overdraft* law w
Bonds, warrants and other
Banking house furniture and
fixtures. (.400 00
Other real estate owned
Due from banks... .J10.380.98
Checks on other
banks and other
cash items 728.60
< ash on hand 4.49 l/rf It.IMM
Total J104.736 59
Capital stock paid in.. ... .1 18,of *!?9
I'ndivided profits .........
r Bepoaua ■
Certified chucks j__Js?i^
l | Total »104.756.6»
STATE OF WASHINGTON I g9
County of Whatcom |
i I, R. "w. Ghees, Cashier of the
above named batitt. do solemnly swear
that the toregotntf statement is true to
" the best of mv knowledge and belief.
I. R. W. GREEN - , Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
.this 22d day of July. 1908.
W B. Vander Griend.
c Notary Public.
r. W. Green.
B C CRahtree.
CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH
Sunday services, 9:30 a. m. and 2:00
p. m. Every Sunday evening at 7:45.
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
Teachers meeting 7:30 Friday even
ing. Sr. Catechumen classes, Tues
day 2 and 8 p. m.; Jr. Catechumen,
(A B and C) Classes, Saturday from
1:30 to 3 p. m. Young Peoples Soci
ety 8 Thursday evening. Ladies Aid
Society 1:30 p. m. every other Wed
P. J. Hoekenga, pastor.
MISSION CHURCH:— Services, Sun
day School, 10 a. m.; preaching at
Hi Evening 7:30. All are cordial
ly invited to attend.
C. E. Hodges, pastor.
I M E. CHURCH, morning services: Sun
day school lv:00 a. m.., preaching a.
• m , < lass-meeting 12 00 m. Evening Ber
I vice: Ei worth League 7:UO p. m., preach
• ing t-JO *. m„ Mid-week Prayer meeting:
VVednaaday evening J:« p. m. This
I Church -extends a cordial invitation to
all friends to attend these services,
au menus w. j. Whltflel(l> pa , t<)r .
Baptitt Church- s ervlces eve.y Sun
day, in Adevntist Church. Bible
! school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a.
■m. and 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer
meeting Thursday 7:30 In tbe even
i ing. Preaching at Northwood and W>
' ser Lake Schools every other Sunday »
1 3 p. m. Rev. R. L Case, pastor.
Lyndon Camp. No. Br. M. W. A. Me*U
the second and four tn Saturday evenings
of each month. In Fraternal nail.
C E B*, uea. V. C. H. K. Hawicy, Clerk
I YNCH G A. Ft. No tt. Washington and
Alaska Depart man I. meets 'the second
nnd fourth iucwiay evenings of each
month in I. O. O. F. hall.
A Jiuisco Con. J. b. Wright. AJJ.
1 YNCH W. K. C, No JO. Meet! alternate
Saturday afternoon in U. A. It hali at
Lra?MU Wampler, Prea. Adah Clark-
LYNDEN LODGE. No M. F. * AM.
meets the second and fourth InuraUaya
R M. V F. Randall. Ba,.
LTNDEN CHAITEa O E. 8 N*. U.
meets the flrat and third Thursday •»•»•
; '"«-» of each month In Maaonlc hall.
1 Mist Pearl Elder. W U.
Frank jjawdall, Sea.
LYNDEN LODGE. I. O. O. P.. No. B
i meets every Saturday evening in I. O.
n V hail
4. S. Cuprey. If. G. C, O Mulder, Sec.
HARMONY REBiiKAH LODGE, No. ».
meets first and tt:ird Tuesday evening
eacn Month in I O. O F. hall.
Mrs. Emma Fraai'T, N. O.
Mrs Janey E. Palmer. Pec.
LTNTIEN LODGE FRATKitNAL LNlOt
of America, meets Ist Saturday of ev
s-rv month In Fraternal Haul.
M>«. Edna Haw.ey, F. M. Mrs. Ander
LYNDEN CAMP W. O. W. No. 714. Meet
every let and 3rd Monday evening every
month in Fraternal hall.
O. F. Mundell, C. C. R. E. Hawley Clerk.
•Ot'RT LYNDEN. No. 100. F. of A.,
Meets every Wednesday iutfllt In 1. <J.
0. F. hall. „ „
C. l.andaaJ. Fin. Sec. Homer Heather*.
LTNDEN LODGE. R. N. A. No. 3+02.
r.ee's every second and fourth Saturday
evenings In month at Fraternal hall.
Ueile Wampler, Oracle. _
Annie Ferguson. Rec.
NOOKASCK VALLEY ENCAMPMENT
meets every flrat and third Wednes
day of each month.
•:. E Holmea. C. P. AN. Hilderbrand
LYNDEN GRANGE No. 170. Meets Snd
and 4th Tuesday every month, In Odd
Fellows Hall. ~
D. W. Bender. Master. W. R. Fergu
LYNDEN LODGE, KNIGHTS OF I'YTH
IAS No.. 137. Meets every Monday at
Fellows ' i
Geo. Err, C. C. H. E Clark,
Keeper of U. and S.
1. VNDEN NEST OWLS, meets at Frat
ernal Hall every Friday at i p. m.
fjeo. Erz. Exec. C. Landaal, Clerk.
Eber E. Baxter,
All klnSm •/sVajrajiav fa-awe** awef
Soma Oholoa ALDER
WOOD .for Smim.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL BUSINESS
FRAVK W. BIXBY
Attorney at LaTto
Notary Work, Fire Insurance written
i-eefls Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc
".rawn. Abstracts examined. Collect
.ons made. Real Estate bought aid
A General Law Practice In All Courts.
We have something new to keep
the tiles off he cattle and also
sprayers to pi t It on.
CITY DRUG STORE
Everything in Drugs and iMjr.clne*.
C. E. WHEELER
PAINTS* AND P»M«MANCER
VARNISHING »ND BTAININC A
ORDERS TAKEN FOR WALL PAPER
FROM STAR WALL PAPER CO, BELL
INGHAM PRICES RICHT.
LEAVE ORDERS AT RESIDENCE.
COR LIBERTY AND STH.
FARMERS PHONE. LINE 81S
ALL WORK NEATLY AND QUICKLY
DONE; CUARENTEED IST CLASS.