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TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE n PHONE MAIN 26
W. L. Willey of Seattle was in town
Ceclle Watson spent the first of
the week at the Pang-born ranch.
Mrs. Blehler, who has been suffer
ing with a broken arm, is improving
George Waples was among the
boosters on the special advertising
car from Sumas.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Knapp, left for
Seattle, Saturday, where tiiey will
spend a week or two.
Mr. Prior Key, manager of the
Birch Hay Amusement Pavilion, call
ed at this office Monday.
Harry Stelwell, Bert Welch, and
Will Heaton toured a portion of
British Columbia the past week.
Mr. H. Kringelbaeh of the Mc Kin
zie-Huut Paper Co., of Seattle, was
in the office Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wilooxen left
for Seattle Saturday for a summer
outing among their children living
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knapp were en
tertained at dinner, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Col> Thursday ev
Mrs. Ed Johnson with her boys,
Arthur, Dan, and Ivan, visited her
sister, Mrs. Hutchins, at Everson,
Mrs. Ailene Bloom and daughter,
Frances,, of Xorthwood. dined Friday
at the Miles Rittenburg home on
Three little girls, Munda, Mamie,
and Vera Schroder, from Ml. Vernon
spent this week with tha Beslund
Mr. Cornelius Mulder, accompanied
by his neice, Miss Eva Mulder, start
ed Wednesday morning on a trip
Last Monday, Mrs. Vernon Blocker,
arrived here from Arlington, where
she has been in the hospital. She
will settle at Beitrand mills.
Henry Slade and family are again
living in Lynden. They have bought
a home and an automobile, and in
tend to enjoy life among their old
Miss Rauls. of the Indian Mission
and her guests. Master Charles and
Robert Naftzger. of Hellingham, Vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heaton
Richard Sheter, a prosperons far
mer from near Northwood, has with
his family, moved to town. He has
bought the Pixley place, near Hit
Mrs. E. H. Hogue, formerly Miss
Anna Hlonden, of this place, left Fri
daya with her little child, to join
her husband at Springfield, Oregon,
tbe'r future home.
Mrs M A. Brooks, whose' place is
on the Lyndon-Eversor road, reports
ti.at the Black Republican cherries
«, ; ft. a b'g Ctop. The IMyaJ Anns
■n » t i -ii'inc s». w*h
Miss Martha Boslund's eighteenth
birthday was joyously celebrated by
a company of young people at her
home in the west end of town, on
Saturday, the seventeenth.
Flossie and Marion Bixby. the little
grand-daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas Jacobs are visiting here for a
week, during the absence of their
mother, who is taking a short trip.
Mr and Mrs. Donald Cruikshank.
an , Mr Wltmor Cralshank and fam
n, auto:d to Blame Sunday by way
of Buffalo Bhißgle Mills, where they
".He,! Mr. and Mr* X *
The employees of the Farmer*
Mercantile Co., seventeen in number
v »re entertained Friday evening at
the moving picture show, and after,
wards at Blonden's palace of sweets.
Miss Daisy Bailey returned Tue*-
day from a month's stay in Portland
~a in health Her neice,
much improved in heaitn_ n
Edna Hohrbacher is with her. Miss
Itallev brought with her a nuunmo.n
Lquet of Portlands famous roses.
Mrs. Lida Berthussen was in town
Harry Bell, of Bellingham, made a
business trip here Tuesday.
Mr. Philip Brooks is building a
large water-tank for Mr. Heaton.
Mrs. Will Jackman and daughters,
shopped in Lynden, Wednesday.
Ward Staight and wife were visit
ing in Lynden this week.
Will Jackman was transacting bus
iness in Lynden Monday.
Mr. Beach and Chas. Philo were in
Hellingham on business, Monday.
Geo. Erz, and Mr. Beckes autoed to
Children's Day exerises will be held
in the Methodist church Sunday ev
The well known "Father Bonlet,"
conducted Catholic services in Haw
ley's hall Sunday.
Mrs. Sampley went to Bellingham
tlie latter part of last week, to visit
Miss Lena Daly went to Bellingham.
Monday noon to spend the week with
her friend. Mrs. Will Story.
Mrs. Steinbergen writes from Boy
den, lowa, that the temperature is
102 in the shade, and unpleasant ac
I notice a lot of new building be
ing done in the country west of
Lynden. The ranchers know enough
to take advantage of the low prices
The delegates to the Baptist con
vention at Cedro-Wool ley this week,
are Mrs. Rachel A. Smith, Mrs.
Wright, Mrs. Little, and Miss Mabel
Dug Ogle returned the last of the
week from East of the mountains,
bringing with him a car load of as
fine beef cattle as ever came into
Lynden, for A. L. Drake.
C A. Wise of Seattle, who has
b«.-en conducting the Farmers' Mer
cantile Sale the past week, has
gone to Port Townsend there to
manage another sale.
Seattle is making great preparat
ions to entertain the people of the
state at the Golden Potlach. It is
a good idea for people to attend a
few such doings once in awhile. It
gets them out of a rut.
Miss Iva Anderson of Seattle has
been visiting at the home of her
uncle, Mr. Chris. Anderson, the past
week. Miss Anderson, was recently
brides-maid at the Moen-Jacobison
wedding in Hellingham.
W. A. Prinsen, ganaral agent for
the Great Northern railway, at Bell
ingham, was in Lynden Saturday in
terviewing the business men and mak
ing arrangements to go after the
eastern passenger traffic from this
The Wnples, Serruriers and Mul
ders with the Clouds, Wrights and
C. O. Mulder as guests autord over
to the "spit" across the bay .ror.i
lilaine for a Sunday picnic dinner.
They drove home in the afternoon
and had a picnic supper on the Wap
R. Dyksterhuis, a former Lyn-1
den man, but lately of Arlington, was
in town last week. He is interested
in the welfare of the dairying in
dustry in this country, and takes
pains to inform himself on the sub
ject. He reports more people moving
about Arlington owning to its being
a wet town, but as to business, con
ditions are no better or not so good
as in Lynden.
A robbery was committed Thurs
day at Heaton's mill, which is baf
fling the investigators. A large bill
of groceries was sold and deliveded by
the Farmrs's Mercantile Co., to Mrs.
Forbes, The goods were placed in
the woman's store house. When she
had occasion to use some of them
they were missing. No clue was found
until Friday, when a school boy dis
covered them in tact under a tree in
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE THURSDAY, EVENING, JUNE 22, 1911.
There will be no services in t he
Methodist church on Sunday nestj
except Sunday School, as Rev. Wil
der will be at Colville, Idaho, over
Mr Harry Horton, of Blame, was in
the city Sunday, when he met his Id
college chum Mr. Horton Brekert on,
whom he had not seen for fifteen
The W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday
June 29, at the home of Mrs. Walter
Elder. Everyone is requested W
bring some item of interest for the
Mrs. Will Ferguson left Saturday,
the seventeenth with her children and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Clint Fergus"!!,
for their new home in Alberta. The
Corn ladies were at the deiwt <°
C*v their last good by to Mrs. Fer
Chas. H. Hurlbut and wife, of
Seattle arrived in Lynden Tuesday,
morning in their big touring Cadil
lac. Mr. Harlbut is traveling rep
resentative of the Seattle Hardware
Co., and was visiting the trade la
A most enjoyable church social,
was given at the home of Mrs. ('has.
Jacobs Thursday evening. The even
ing's entertainment was in the form
of a lawn party and ice-cream social,
A lange number of guests enjoyed
the evening to the utmost.
The Tribune is glad to announce,
that Dr. McLeod lias made a purchase
of the Bakker house on Front and
Ninth streets. This property is one
of the most desirable residence pro
perties in the town and now that
the doctor owns it, it will become
Mr. A. Norton, Mrs. Williams, and
Mrs. Beeson, Yeoman Deputy and
District managers, held a meeting,
Monday evening of the Yeoman lodge
just organized here. The charter
members were in full attendance,
new members voted in, and others,
imtlated, indicating a successful or
ganization of the Yeoman at this
The May Roberts company is to be
at Jamieson's opera house, July 4th,
sth. and6th. I am glad of it and lj
tried to say so last week, but stutf'
ered. There is no better company Ih
the Northwest than the May Roberts
company, and that Miss Roberts like:-
Lynden so well that she is always
glad to accept engagements is Just
one proof that she is sensible as
well as pretty and entertaining.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wright went to
Bellingham Wednesday to attend the
wedding of Mr. Lynn Wright and
Miss Ina Landen. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride's
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Landen of
Hellingham. Immediately alter the
wedding, the young couple will go
to Mr. Wright's old home in Wiscon
sin, for their wedding trip, return
ing in time for Mr. Wright to re
sume his school duties in Blame,
The Whatcom County Anti-tub
erculosis League was represented ii
Lynden last week by Miss Rufs.ll, ai
ardent worker, and director of thai
body. A special object of Miss Bus
sell's visit here oat this time, was U
spread the influence of an especialh
good work on the important subject
j The little book gives the personal ex
serience with tuberculosis of Will M
' Ross, an authoritative writer on tfli
subject. You may find the book oi
sale at E. Edson's drug-store, at I
| very reasonable price. This is ai
important matter. Inform yourself.
We have more and more Autonn
biles here in "Our Town." We U
awfully proud of them. We like than
that is, I guess we do. We ought I
! —they cost so much. Sometimes w
think we don't like them. We evs
sometimes imagine we don't
their smell or their dust and Boil
Hut then, you see, we have't t
auto. We walk. One nice lady
going for a walk Sunday, Chose t'
rail-road track. She said it waai,
I very good walking, but she'd rati
i that, than take the dust und '"1" I
from so many gasoline wagons. Was
that a Peculiar Idea?
For the first time in her brill I 1
career, probably, Miss May R.>l" I
i the actress, has been advertised
too slow. Last week the Tribune h
1 her coming here in August, whi
would have been just a month b-hi
the times. She and her excel!*
' supporting company will be at (
. Jamleson opera house July 4, 5 <
i ti. There is no actress In the V' I
' so popular in Lynden as Miss Rebel
i, She has been here several timt s >
1 each time she has had a foil bou
•|She will undoubtedly have big an
i j ences all three nighbs. Watch :
I the announcement of the plays.
AROUND THE MOUNTAIN
Dr. Mulder took Beekes and Stuart
the writer for an auto ride
around Mt. Sumas last week one
" moon. We looked over a farm
iear Sumas that is worth $200 an'
"ere and can be bought for $150. We
slowed up a bit to see the place
era they burn lime near Kendall,
i let Stuart point out to us many
ntain streams where trout are
pters. Then we came home by
MRS. GILES DIES.
i.ouisa M. Mc Intyre was born Dec.
'1, 183S in New York. On Oct. 22,
; *•'•'•» she married Norman R. Bald
win, at Grand Junction, N. Y. Born
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin were Sarah
1 and Asahel Baldwin. Mr. Bald
win died Jan. ti, 1889. Mrs. Baldwin
removed to Erie Co., Pent)., in 1865,
then removed to Paw Paw, Mich., in
1868 and then to Lynden, Wash., in
She was married to Mr. Isaac
Wles July, 1901. Mr. Giles died Dec.
H, 1903. Mrs. Giles' death occurred
Rt her daughter's home near Lynden.
A HORSE THAT HAS
EARNED A GOLDEN MEDAL.
Yesterday, Black Prince, George
1 twick'a French Percheron, had fin
ished earning $5,000 for his master.
That is he has earned more than that,
•jut with the last cash entry last
Bight there was a balance of cash in
Pis favor of 16,915. And tomorrow
is bis birthday, when he will be 11
lilack Prince is pretty well known
through this Northwest. Mr. Boat
vrick raised him from a colt, and his
home most of the time has been ut
Lynden. Breeders have shipped to
him here from all over the North
west. Mr. Bostwick says the $5,000
mark, for a draft horse, is Up among
HANSON LECTURES TO
A number of interested farmers
gathered together Friday evening in
II i* ley's hall to listen to able talks,
and view stereoptican pictuies deal
ing with the subject of dairying.
Mr, Hanson, assistant state dairy
Inspector elucidated the laws on
dairying; their advantages, and their
J flection of dairymen.
Mr. Hanson's wish and purpose in
;|iing these meetings is to organise,
) show the dairymen the advantage
X organizing a cow-testing-association
a this point.
Amongst other good advice Mr.
lanson emphatically recommends
t'Mservation in all lines.
Miss Allen, seed deputy, enlightened
tie audience in a pleasing talk on
fwd laws, passed by the Slate two
pars ago, and backed by the Govern
ment, which will protect and bene
fi the farmers greatly.
The seed-testing laboratory at Sea
lle offers to test samples free. This
rffer will probably not be passed by,
Si all are aware of the ini]K>rtance of
lowing the purity of seed to be
The pictures, manipulated by Mr.
Houten, were veritable guide
!«ts toward sanitation in the care
milk, and were interesting as well
Editor Tribune: At the above nam-J
si Glendale, where the Union Man-;.
lecturing Company is located
Titer could not help but note that
all branches of labor in and about
tie mill were under a system with '
regularity in every department in
cluding logging and hauling of the
finijhed lumber to the railroad to Ly"
*». ti,,, 4 ' ■. ;.. ' •
The.mill is cutting about 35,000 feet -
»( lumber daily and about 45 men ar j
employed in all departments'. L.J
Engle is manager; A. Strickard. j
sawyer; J. Bedlington, chief engineer
I Engie is manager; A. Strickard,
August Piper, superentendent of the
planing detriment; Charles Ship- 1
i Bey, superintendent of the lumber
manufacturing; and filer; Ben Bre
»en, superintendent of logging crews;
H, Winters, yard boss; and E. W. j
All of these are Important posit
ions and those who hold them seem
to work in unison and harmony, and
harmony is sweeter than music when 1
HUne is manifest in a crew of men.
'porklng together. A discontented nr!
1 iiscordant man is neither useful oi
' The Union hotel and cook house
combined is superintended by Mrs.
!J. D. Dickerson and Mrs. Engle, w»Lh
! Miss Lizzy Smith, chief cook and
Mist Helen Hamre assistant.
! Gleodale is doing business every
'lay. Plenty of lumber orders and lum
ber moving all of the time, and the
department store, run by J. D. Dick-
WSoo jr., and wife Is doing a good
Not because we sell them and ijuarantee
them to be correct in style and make,
but because they are the best shoes
made in the United States. No matter
where you go, in city store or country
store the best dealers sell
Why? That is easy. Because it brings
trade to have the reputation of selling
only the best shoes. Here in Lynden
we are selling only the best shoes and
we are meeting the prices of the many
cheaper lines. All sbe.s from the small
est to the biggest. All styles and we
repair other makes.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE
For The M
Glorious July §L\fi
Fire Crackers and Fire Works
We have all the latest novelties in Fire Works
Everything that the city ordinance will allow.
Remember, we are headquarters for
Wholesale and Retail
Also Fruit, Confectionery, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Blonden Bros. w:&on
Banner Creamery is now open anil ready
for business. Bring your cream to the
Banner Creamery and see it weighed and
tested and get your money. We pay
cash for cream and eggs.
iAn ad written by Dan Cloud)
wants you to come there to
And I think it would be a good idea in
spite of the faot that Sumas is a "wel"
town and Lynden a "dry" one, we've
always been pretty good friends. Last
year hall the town of Sumas came over
here to celebrate and they had a good
time. They will give us a good time if we
go over there. I know it for I know
I get paid for this ad. I was told to wi ite
what I pleased. I might have just written
Hurrah for July 4 at Sumas
They would have been perfectly satisfied.