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Radically new are the
Fall Styles we carry
The newest conceptions in Men s Clothing
of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make
Much handsomer than any Model?
we have ever had before. Tailored
in the fine st clothes shops in the
world. Absolutely Pure Wool
and Hand Tailored. Guaranteed.
GAGE - DODSON CO.
Good Clothn Merchant*
BELLINGHAM. WASH.
This Store is -.he home *f Han Schaffner & Maw clothe*
MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc.
1025-1039 EJkSt. Bellingham. W ash.
JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS
American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS
Including Farm Fence. Steel Wire Rope. Wire Nails,
Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed
Wire, Poultry Netting. Wire Staples.
Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line.
ESTABLISHED 183*
At a Disadvantage
You certainly arc at a disadvantage without money. If yon si c ■ wage t ■ •
without economical habit ■ the chance* are yea depend en ot ers to hel]
a financial emergency. Have money. Hsse it when'you ne< prepa
for that need by systematically •".=• ■■I ne nai; t. w r earning n ■ INTER
EST DEPARTMENT ol tfafa bask.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00
Bellingham - - Washington
WE MAKE THE LUMBER
from the timber and rough boards to the best finished
floors, ceilings, and door and window boards
IFYOU ARE GOING TO BUILD
either house, barn or anything, we want to figure on
your bill. Back of our reputation is our big saw mil!
plant and acres of timber. See us or telephone to us
ROO & VANLEEUWEN LUMBER CO.. L V.N DEN
BANNER CREAMERY
Banner Creamery i» now open and ready
for hnrino— Briny your cream to the
Banner Creamery and «cc it weigh* • ..: d
testt-il and get your money. We pay
cash for cream and egg*.
BANNER CREAMERY
Are You
getting your discount on
what you spend? Investi
gate our system, and see how
much you are saving when
you save stamps. We are
here to teach your child
ren the lesson of Econ
omy.
Save the Soap Wrappers,
Tobacco Tags, Hamilton
Coupons. Free Exchange at
Premium Exhibit Jamieson's
Hall.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
10 O&C STAMPS FREE
with a 50c purchase or over.
NOT GOOD AFTER OCT. 15. 1912
Any store giving Green Trading Stamps
LYNDEN, WASHINGTON
4%
Pai.i on Sa ■ lags,
Farm Dairy!
X. — Separators and
Treatment of Cream. .
Ey LAURA ROSE,
Dfmonitrator and" Lecturer !n Dairying
at the Ontario Agnculturai Col
lege, Guelph. Canada.
[CSBTritht, UO, by .V C. Jlcr.urr m Co.)
THE invention of the cream sep-
Sratof gave a great ttnpeUß to
the butter industry and rendu-
Itemized the handling of milk
Many ask tbe question. "Which is
the beat mate of separator"' AH the
standard makes have good points, and
the question sifts down to a matter of
s:::nil details, which api>eal differently
to different people. i„ buying a sep
arator Select a good skimmer, one that
ttrnis e.isi'.y, is well made of good
Wealing material, not too complicated
In construction, easy to clean, con
ver ier.t ns to height of cream and sk:m
mlik spouts and sufficiently large for
the size of the herd.
should satisfy himself that l.i math ac
is a clean BktmtDer and a smooth, c. s;
runner cl 'sicg the bargain.
The machine sb.mld not t«e set up
ln a stable. O, easioimlly one sees a
separator in ?u empty cow stall. Tiiis
small room fitted up for the machine
near to or in the stable. Such a rooUl
should be Well ventilated and clean
anJ the floor tigM.
P F0.".-: - . ;n Needed.
Tbe foundation at the s*parr.tor .
should be f.rm. Even a slight vil.ra- I
ttoa injures such a finely constru ted
piece of machinery. For tbe same
reason tbe nurfttne should stand i«er
feetly level, A snail pteea of quarter
!:. B rubber packing, placed under tbe
,:.rs before fasten!::;:, improve* tiie
running of any seiwrator. Keep all
parts Clean. Etery wevk or two r
:. Utile kerosene through the oil cbns
net* to remove tbe black grease aud
acewnalated dirt from tbe bearlnca,
but do not fall to oi; the Bsacalue well
afterward. Coal oil is u<>t a loin i-Ttct,
i} ittetKer. riw nnly imf itll far
:..-.. I for tbe wait '..'.lie or vur of equal
ly nnv quality.
TVben ilslllM the machine pet up
•reed .T i'.:::!'v !';t the simp pres
sure 0:1 the handle during the entire
circle of it aud sustain an eyeD speed.
fof dose itlllimlllS run tht- maobiae
a few turns shore the tabulated speed
rather than below. Slow s;*ed Is tbe
cause of much i*or skimming
Before turning on tbe milk put
enouab hot water through the machine
to wet and warm the l«>w! thoroughly
This Insures. daßßee skimming end
prevents the mii from sth"kinc to
th-- strivaataii Series, IV> cot allow-,
the mi'k to set too low iti the receiving
can or the crrpr.i outlet may doe.. The
inSow of milk into Jjie bowi should I
t». steady and should be approximate
to the capacity of the machiDe. If for
scv reason the machine has to be left
befMv the run Is finished shut off the
Cow of milk snd if convenient flush
cut the bow.' with s little W3rra water
1., r r »rpnt the cream outlet from '
j-ing At the end of the run enough
warm wster ibooJd )«■ put through the
bowl to force the cream ont. This :
sratet, MM t* pure, for seme of It of
■Hseat!J pet* into the cream, but
2 :o» i.r.ly wh-.t i« i>t»-essstry to Cu«b
tbe CTeaSI from the bowl. Too bot wa
ter will scald tbe milk on tbe bowl aud
make it bard to clei'.a. Sklmmilk may
be used for f out the bowL. but
warn; writer is 1%-tter.
Atway* St-an Be's-e Seps-«t : rg.
Milk sbonld always he strained be
fore separating Tbe sooner the dirt
Is removed the fetter. Moreover, Hairs. •
small pieces of straw, etc.. are apt to
clo*e the ©'.tiler*. PuftiDg two thick
nesses of chee*eck>th over tbe receiv
ing ofin and holding them in place witb
several clothespins ts a convenient
method.
M..'k Is «t its best for separating im
mediately after King drawn from the
cows. Should it owl below ■ degrees
It is better M warm it. although some
machines do pood skirrming at a lower
but there is slways s risk
of g • :: w: e n the temperate, re
of tbe milk is low.
Should the milk supply become so
small that !t seems hardly worth while
stirring cp the tnsohine tbe night's
v. Ik rr.sy be held ti i the rooming, but
to rreserve tbe quality it should be
<;t2ick y rooted as soon as milked
This held over mi'k should bar* the
cream well stirred In and be heated to
NO or over, for do hs-m. but
y good- remits from having the
milk" hot Ren it thro'tcb after tbe
morning's miik has heeD separated
Th;* -rsnloe BBS .:* d ssdvantspes.
There is one point that most be em
pi .- ::-ed The mactlDe must be tbor
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, I*ll
cugbly cleaned efter cab 'lice 61 us
ing. First rinse tbe parrs vrnicb bare
come ln contact with tbe milk in lute
warm water, then wash In hot water
In whlcb some washiDg powder has j
bees dissolved. Use tbe brushes pro- j
Tided by tbe manufacturer* to clean '
■ the different parts. Rinse in scalding
water and place on a rack to drain and
dry. Never use a drying cloth. Tbe hot
i water should be SB Orient.
Do not subject tbe rubber ring to too
hot water, Heat ruins rubber.
Tbe separator brushes should be fre
quently scalded ln a strong soda solu
tion to keep them sweet. Have a
square of cloth to throw over tbe
frame of the machine after it has been
wiped. This prevents dust getting in
the bearing's.
A machine should not leave over .CC>
per cent fat Id the sklramiik wbeD
properly managed. When the loss ex
ceeds this It Is time to look for a cau<e.
Real good skimming does Dot leave
over X' 2 per cent.
It is a good plan occasionally to
make a test of both the sklmmilk nnd
the cream. Tbe fact that no cream
ri-es on the skimmiik ovenvght is no
sign that a separator is doing good
wort When making butter on the
farm In the barrel churn 1 would have
tbe cream test from 24 to IS* per cent
fat. but If It is to be sent to the cream,
cry have it from 30 to 3." per cent It '
is our duty to help the cream cry man
' all we pos*!bly can Br sending bim
a rich cream we do much toward mak
inc the butter a better qua'ity.
Where eight or ten coirs are keft pet
a machine with a capacity of not less
POO pounds per hour. All ma
chines, except tbe smaller sizes, are so
construe ted that they may be connect
ed with power.
Very often when the cows freshen In
the spr'ng and when The 'crsss stimu
lates 4be milk Cow no chance Is made
iv the adjustment of the cream (MMf
Usually the fresher the cows In m!!k
and the benrier the flow tne lower the
percentage of fat. and so the Beeeasttr]
fur turr.inc In tbe s< rew, s.i as to have
e-s skimmiik la the cream.
Pasteu- rat iea ef O«am.
Pasteuriz.it>. n. while BOt removing
all tbe ills whroh are apt to txrfa!!
cream, helps to a great extent.
' For creamery work tbe pra. tlce can
not be too highly r**om mended.
On the farm, wliere conditions are
under one's sr«..iul supervisk.n sad

l.il - t 'B faBTOM COWS
[Vote lb* drop etntlf on Wtßcß lb* record
»t.e**t Ii t*v keJ i
eotdroL It I* not Decessarv to rasteur
it*, Dor do we ndvo*-ate It.
To pasteurize cream the can
■ -eutainfug it iv « vessel of bot water.
, Stir the oroi-m coasioc:! ly and briug
.: t.> a tem'.-erxture of iTo dej-e *
Authorities cive a ranee of temi-era
. t-res from !•> lto In." decrees Leave
U covered at that temi>eruture for
twenty minutes. It wii: cool very little
.if just lifted out of tbe water. Then
r..; idly e».<l to <s> decrees or be.ow.
To steniiie cream or milk beat It to
degree*, the boiling point. This tern
' peTßtof is supposed to make it germ
free Steridied aattk is cot bo iiceatttrto
is raw milk or pasteurized or fc.
If a reputation for good tutter is to
he established and maintained It is
tbe farmer wbo has to do it.
* Have the iibbbb sweet aaJ deli.-are
In Savor. Avoid feeds that will taint
tbe milk. Ik> not feed turnip toits or
rat*. tK> not imagine tcrnips can t>e
e£teD by tbe COSTS, even after milking,
and not affect the quality of tae butter
Tumi;* nave tbeir place, hut it is not
on the menu of a mi.king COW.
M;.k freiu freshly calved vows should
oot be skimmed until sfier the eighth
milking.
Put op Ice and study the problem
of keeping the cream cold The tent
cerature mnst be kept lo*. So degrees
or under, ia summer and the cream
quickly eooied after separating, in
■ winter as psafl is in summer. Bach
skimming of cream sbou'd h>e cooled
before mixinc with that already cooled
If wr.ter ts si.iroe for cooiing Barpßaßß
the cream may tie put in sb«l!ow pans
and set iv a cool, clean cellar ou a
stone or cem- ct eoor. The stone and
cement are god conductors of Beat
aad soon reduce the teajperature by
drawing the beat from the crvao.
it is best io have the cream deilve-ed
st the creamery every day <d summer,
or at least three tin>es a wet k. aad not
less than twice weekly in w'oter.
The fanner's aim shou'd be to send
l-esm testing from SO to S3 per cent
fat.
When cream Is taken to s creamery
rhere is usually quite a tittle talk sVMit
the "overTus." and frequently the term
is oot understood
Tbe overrun consists of the pounds
of butter made over the pounds of fat
In the milk or cream This different
between tbe fat and the butter is mad»
up of water, salt snd cs.selD or curd
«ad vr.ries uDder different conditlor*
Tbe avtrage overrun is about IT- pe*
cent, but many cVßSMßtffea do better
than that
ELECTRIC THEATRE
LYNDEN'S POPULAR PLAY HOUSE
VAUDEVILLE
DRAMAS
COMEDY
PHOTO-PLAYS
Special Attraction for Fair Week
October 2, 3, 4 and 5
LA MOTT COM DV CO.
ACTS EACH NICHT WITH
3 REELS OF PICTURES
5
(.liana* of l'rwftram Each Nigh*
Prices - 15c and 25c
DR. C. H. McLEOD
DENTIST
Office, Over Lynden State Bank.
LTHBEIT. WASSIKOTOV
Change in Train Schedule
In Effect Tuesday. October 1, 1912.
leave Lynden arrive bellingham
>:4<i A. M. 9:50 A. M. Daily except Sunday
11:00 Noon 12:50 Noon
.">:4l P. M. 6530 P. M.
9:05 A. M. 10:45 A. If. Sunday <»iiiy
535 P. M. 7:15 I. M.
LEAVE
BELLINGHAM ARRIVE LYNDEN
7::.0 A. M. 8:->; A. M. Daily except Sund .
130 P. M. 230 P. M.
430 P. M. .*.::'.: P. M
-Bjoo A. M. A. M. Sunday «»nly
4:.!«> P. M. ">:: , . l P. M.
LEAVE LYNDEN FOR BUMAS:—B:4O A. M., 11 1
A. M. and 2:40 P. M. daily except Sunday; 9j05 A.
M. aud 535 I*. M.. Sunday only.
BELLINGHAM BAY & BRITISH COLUMBIA H R.
Dr. Roger's Dental Office
MILLER HOTEL. LYNDEN
NOW OPEN EVERY WEEK OAK
DR. NORMAN CARTER in charge
Only Expert Painless Method*, and First-class Service
rendered. Prices Reasonable.
PaitnolaHh km pricci •joolcaloa extettaivc Growa Brid£e<>?
Plate \»«..rk. vtmt ih->«. Ml «rark ctiarant«-e«l by
BELLINGHAM
I Always Carry
a line of fresh candies chocolates made by the
Beflnajhan Candy Co.. such ai \\,?.s dfe) »V*d at our
County Fa:r last \wk, and berni: manufactured so near
home enables me to buy m or.V such c.uar.t:r:es to aiwa\s
fuaiantee Itn stnc'ly tiesh. Gixr.them i tr.al. for one
taste produces a desire lor more. Prescriptions careful!)'
compounded. «.
Lynden Pharmacy
HARLAN E. HALL
You Need a Heater Now
Just as Much as a Month from Now
It costs no more to buy your Heater now and avoid
colds and doctor bills. The best heating stoves to be
found in Whatcom County. Examine our stock and
our prices.
MARION BIEHLER
LYNDEN, WASHINGTON
Stickney Ga sol i ne E m> ijjes
Why Jo yoa test jew seed
'com before yea plan ir? To
know :: •„... gn m 0 1 At
my cristas igniter yo:i tan set At ftgbfff >**
Start—and know /.- j; :./' g&
Lynden DepArtmont Store - Lynden. Wash.
CHAS. B. SAMPLEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Notary Public Wills. Dssai
Mortf»g*s dtawn, Abstracts enu.
Collections made.
CZTT tROUIT TOM LTTTDES
LYNDEN, - - - - WASHING!
EHKR E. BAXTER
ALL KINDS OF DRAYING
COAL FOR SALE
Express and Team work. So::.
Alder Wood for sale. Prompt
tention to all Phoi.t !.
5
R. HANDY
TINSMITH
FURNACE WORK
PLUMBING
TINNING
HEATINT. STOVES of ill ,
t>tove ray!fluff promptly trim tt
If in netrd of a new hea;ir.- •
tiixa me a call. I can pk-;.-..-
--both as to quali'y aud price.
DR. ROGERS
Tested Seed
—— , ...
EXOLl'sivf MSCMT I
LYNDEN

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