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Men's Ladies' and Children's in all weights.
In Groceries we have the best in the market.
We are making particularly low prices on gallon
M. H. JAMICtON
Frank W. Bixby
Bixby & Bakker
We have a long list of Town and
Musical / Fancy Candies
Indents. UfUgS 0»„W
Sewing and ,
Machines _ fKJ _ Tobacco.
and Sundries MED ICIN E»S Toilet Articles
Agents for urn tasti
EDISON VICTOR COLUMBIA and STAR
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS
For all the above machines
New Records Just Received
F. If. SMITH, Prop.
Cement Blocks, Cement
Bricks of All Grades
Cement Posts, Pillars and
Cement Fixtures of All Styles and
Call and see us for further information.
FARMER'S MERCANTILE 60.
Shoe Store and
A full line of shoes for men, wom
en and children.
Repairing a specialty.
R. I. Case
Studio over Fair Store
J. W. GROVE
In *Ranges we have the 'Round Oak "a thing of
beauty and a joy forever.'' 'Pries lower than any
other High Grade Range on the market.
BINDER TWINE GRAIN BAGS
We ha"be on hand a large quantity of Binder
Twin % Better buy early as indications point to an
advance in all rope material. We Tfoill also have
Calcutta Grain when threshing time arrives.
Booths Corners Items
Clifton Btitrxs t\ ent a couple d«\s at
Birch Bay last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer, Mrs. E. T
Mock and Miss Ethel Leming are camp,
ing at Birch Bay this week.
Mr and Me*. I. Lei; ear and daughters
returned this week from Birch nay
where thay spent several days enjoying
the sea breeze.
Mrs. a c. Palmer and Teddy are
comping at Birch nay this week will-
Mrs. P. A Clark.
Mrs. a R Palmer and children return
ed Wednesday to there home in Helling
ham, after spending two weeks with
her relatives here. They were accom
panied by s. L. Palmer.
N. x case and family n oved, last
Monday, to their new home at Mountain
view. Jed Parish helped them move.
Mr*, a r. Palmer and daughter, ver
nita and Mrs J. H swope drove to iiel
lingham Saturday evening and returned
Miss Matlie Palmer spent last week
wiih her aunt, Mrs. will migham, near
Mrs. Fmman and children (xpeet to
leave Sunday for Birch Bay where they
will spend two weeks camping.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vaughn and two
daughters were Custer visitors Sunday
LOST-A g lii signet with Initial*
W. T. B. from watch fu!>. Pie***
leave at this oftie and receive regard.
LIST your property with Bixby and
Bakker if you wish to sell.
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FOR SALE or trade for stock- One
year old mare; weight U>,OU pound*.
Miss Ethel Wheeler went to Belhng
tiitm Wednesday morning.
WE WRITE fire Insurance in the cry
t.est and safest companies. Bixby and
IF YOU HAVE a difficult j< b of re
pairing, take it to J. B. Gale,
door lo Post Office. -■
WE KEEP track of all the snaps In
real estate. See us before buying.
Swim and Aldrieh.
INSURE in a reliable company wilh
Swim and Aldrieh.
HAVE your conveyancing done by-
Swim and Aldrieh.
ADVERTISE In The Tribune.
THE LYNDEX TRIBUNE JULY 30, ISOB.
Items From Wiser.
A. W. Frost h.-nl the (food lack to
kill two aiW-cats lasi week, receiving
live dollars bounty.
Our neighbor, Mr. Uewellen of
Woodland died suddenly at his home
jon Monday, tiie 20th Inst. The cause
of his death was supposed to be heart
Early Monday morning Dorr's cher
ry orchard was swarming with cherry
pickers. Plenty of cherries and a pic
nic dinner were the main features of
' l he day.
Mr. Carl Dorr is working for a
rancher near Wahl.
The I adies' Aid Society is going to
give an ice cream social on July 31st.
the proceeds of which is to be used lo
bay an ice cream freezer for the neigh
Wiser Lake is vibrating between two
halls, one to the south and the other to
t he Don b.
John Saunders who has the contract
for furnishing school district No. seven
with iss winter supply of wood has his
job almost completed.
Mrs. Constant is visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. Clymer of Seattle, this week.
Mrs. J. S. Smith of Bellingham vis
ited at the Baitlett home last week.
Mr. Harold Waters is working for
j the B. B. Grocery Co.
Mr. Carl Dorr was at home from
Wahl last Sunday visiting hii parents.
A. W. Frost look a fine load of fruit
and vegetables to Bellingham Tuesday.
T \KF. your job printing: U> The Tri
laine oft ice.
J B. OALE, Umbrella* recovered
in 1 tvpiir • 1 S.-.s-oc* ground. Nex
door lo P. O.
DR. ERB, specialist, Eye, Ear, Note
and Throat. Glares luted. Phone
AMI, Daylight block, I'.ellji chain 2-9
READ ihe ads in this issue, 'lie best
of evervihirg is advertised.
IF You iranl to get results adver
tise in The Tribune —everybody reads
WE DEAL principally in suaps, Swim
WANTED—a giil fur general house
work. Apply at
Stickney H-me. l ;f -
FARM. LOANS. Swim and Aldrieh.
In Paints and Oils <we are alivzys prepared to
fill any order for almost any color--S. W. P.
Our stock of Hardware is very complete in all lines.
We have a few Buggies
left that we are making
low prices on to move
»L _ rr-\ Anyone desirinir to jret a pood bngffV cheap had
Lll c Ml. better look these over before purchasing elsewlieie
CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH
! Sunday services, 9:30 a. m. and 2:00
p. ttl. Every Sunday evening at 7:40.
Sunday school at 3 p. ni.
Teachers meeting 7:30 Friday even
ing. Sr. Catechumen classes, Tues
day 2 and 8 p. fa.', 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. Hoekergn, pastor.
MISSION CHURCH: — Services, Sun
i day School, 10 a. m.; preaching at
11; Evening 7:30. All are cordial
ly invited to attend.
C. E. Hodges, pastor.
!M. E. CHURCH, morning services: Sun
day school 10:0* a. m... preaching Ham a
Int., i lass-meeting 12.n0 m. Evening ser
vice: BpWOrth League 7:00 p. m., preach
ing 7 i«' !>. m.. Mid-week Prayer meeting.
Wednesday evening 8:00 p. m. This
Church extends a cordial invitation to
I all friends to attend these services.
A. .1. Whitfield, pastor.
Baptist Church- services every Sun
day, in Auovutist 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 the even
ing. Preaching at Northwood and Wi
ser Lake Schools every other Sunday :
3 p. m. Rev. R. 1. Case, pastor.
Lvnden Camp, No. 5r.2T. M. W. A. Meet*
tne second and lonian Saturday evenings
of etek month, m Fraternal hall.
C. E. Barnes. V. C It. B. Hhwh-.v. Clerk
LYNCH G. A. Ft. No fit Washington and
Aiaska Papa it inant roads taw second
and fourth Tuesday evenings of each
month in 1. O. O. F. hall.
A Jliusco Con. J. S. Wright. AdJ
LYNCH W. H. C, No 20. Meets alternate
Saturday afternoon in G. A. it hall at
i 2 o'clock.
>irs Bell Wainpler. Pres. Adah Clark,
LYNDEN LODGE. No 66. T. & A. M..
i meets the second a.id fouith Thursdays
la Masonic hall. _ . .. .
K. W. Bixby, W. M. V. p . Uandall. Sac.
i.TNDEN CHAPTER. O. E. 8. Na. 12
meets tne first and third Thursday ev.:n
trigs of each month in Masonic hall.
Miss Pearl Elder, W. M.
Frank it uiJali, fit c.
LYNDEN LODOK, I. O. O. F., No 71)
meets every Saturday evening In 1. O
O. F. hall.
Y. S. Cuprey, N. O. C O. Mulder, Sec
HARMONY REBEKAH LODGE, No. 36
meets List and third Tuesday evening
j.-acr. rtutlttl In 1 O. O F. hall.
Mrs Emma Frasier, N. G.
ills Janey E. Palmer, Pet.
\' IaJIXJE FRATBiINAL UVIOI
of Anicr.eu, meets Ist Saturday of cv
. cry re "tl i:i FrateroaJ Ha..
Mrs. Bdna He.wley, I". M. Mrs. Ander
LTNDEN CAMP W. O. W. No. 714. Meet
every Ist and 3rd Monday evening every
month m Fraternal hall.
G. F. Mundell, C. C U. E. Hawley Clerk
'OUKT lANUEN. No. 100, F. of A.,
Meets every Weunebuay iv i. «J
O. F. liH.il.
I hihlrhl, Fin. Sec. Homer Heathers,
LYNDEN LODGE, K. N. A. No. 1401
r.ee'B every second end fourth Saturday
e'-riMnps In month at Fraternal hall.
Belle Wainpler. Oracle. *
Annie Feriruson, Uec.
VOOKASCK VALLEY ENCAMPMENT
■ •6, meets every first and third Wednea
kiy of each month.
B. HOIOMM, C. F. A. N. Hllderbrand
LYNOEN GIIANOE No. 170. Meets 2nd
ami 4t)> Tuesday every month, in Odd
D. \V. 1 lender. Master. W. R. Ferg-'J
LTNDEN LODGE. KNIGHTS OK I'VTH
IAS No.. 137. Meets every Monday at
Fellows ' "
leu. Brs, 6. O. H. E Clare,
Keeper of K. and S.
t.YNDEN NEST OWLS, meet* at Krat
'i nal Hall e\ery Prkley at I p. m.
'leo. Krz. 12xec. C. I.ai J..al, Clerk.
Eber E. Baxter,
AH klndu of Or my In*. FxsraM M«f
Some Gholoo AIDER
WOOD For Smlo.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL BUSINESS
FRAUK W. BIXBY
Attorney at Latt>
Notary Work, Fire Insurance written
Leeds Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc
>awn, Abstracts examined. Collect
ions made. R*al Estate bought aud
A General Law Practice in All Courts.
We have something new to keep
the flies off the cattle and also
sprayers to put it on.
CITY DRUG STORE
Everything in Drug* and t-undrie*
C. E. WHEELER
PAINTER AND PA PERMANCE R
VARNISH INC IND STAINING »
ORDERS TAKEN FOR WALL RAPER
FROM STAR WALL PAPEN CO, SELL
INCH AM PRICKS RICMT.
LEAVE ORDERS AT RESIDENCE,
COR LIBERTY AND STH.
FARMERS RHONE LINES'S
ALL WORK NEATLY AND QUICKLY
DONE; CUARENTEEO IST CLASS.