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Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar
gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches
A Continued Story About Advertising
CLEARING BIDS WANTED.
I want bids for thoroughly clear
ing between seven and eight acres
on my forty, the old Cameron place
near the Union Manufacturing Co
mill, west of Lynden. Work must
be finished by April Ist, next. All
bids must reach me on or before
December Ist. I reserve te right
to reject any or all bids.
11-21-lt. ANDREW MATHESON
N'KW FULL sized Iron Beds 98
cents ; fancy art tick cotton Hun
tresses. J2.05. A Bale on ingrain
Art squares, quarter wool. Fifty
cent value, price cut to 37 Cts,
per yard; sizes up to 12 x 15ft.
Also a lot of Brussels and AJt
rninster Rugs at attractive pric
es. C. W. Waldron. Elk street,
STRAYED—White faced sorrel, a
bout 200 libs.; left my place
Sunday morning; also 2 cows;
a red Jersey with small bell; the
other a large brindle with bell;
left my place last Friday. Re
turn to or notify Andrew Willi
ams, Lynden. 11-21-Jt,
FOR THANKSGIVING, dressed and
undressed turkeys, geese, ducks
and chickens. A choice lot. Phone
your orders or call on the Pio
neer Storage. Warren Hawley
Mngr. Phone XTO2. 11-21 -It
FOR SALE —a few thoroughbred
Wyandottes and single comb R
I, Roosters. E. Qelmt, phone
1813, Lynden. 11-21-21.
WANTED—Washing to do at home
Mrs. Rensink, northwest of high
school. Milk for sale. 11-14-lt
FOR SALE—I share Fanners Mutu-
al Telephone Co. stock and Instru
ment, $15. Address R. 'Q. V.
Tribune. 11-14-2 L
THERE ARE now over 60 users ol
SIMPLEX SEPARATORS in this
Territory. They all saved $20
on the price of a Separator.
Why not you? Bauman Implement
FOR SALE —Bronze turkeys, Crys
tal White Orpington cockerels
Indian Runner and Pekln drakes
E. E. Wolf, Lynden. phone 410.
TAKEN UP —At my place a six
months old Holateln c;df. S. P.
Thomson, Custer. 10-31-tf
FOR SALE — Barred Plymouth Rock
roosters and pullets. 75 cents and
$1.00. A. Btrandell, Cor. Bth and
Main streets. Phone X4ll, Lyn
VETERINARY—Dr. E. S. Roberts
graduate Veterinary Surgeon, ha
opened a veterinary hospital in
Sumas, and is prepared to attend
to all business entrusted to him.
He will make weekly visits to
Lynden in the future. 9-19-tf.
STOKE FOR RENT—The store now
occupied by McUaniels' pool and
billiard parlor, Palace hotel build
lng. Apply M. W. Stone, R. F
D, 3, Everson. 9-5-tf.
Hon. J. A. Falconer, Progreteive
LOW DEN STANCHIONS at $1.90
each. STAR STANCHIONS at
$1.90 each at the Bauman Im
plement Co., What's the use tc
pay more than $1.90 each? 11-14-
FOR BALE —Fine Toulouse Geese
$5.00 R pair. B. C, C rabtree, tel
epone 2013, Lynden. 11-7-tf.
Dr. McLEOD, Ly&den'e popular dentist
is again on hand to attend the need>
of his patron-,. Office over Bunk.
Teacher's Monthly and Term Re
port Cards—so for $1 at the Trihun
office. These are the report card
used in all country schools.
HERD RECORD SHEETS—-5 cents
each—2s for $1.
When you run out of letter heads, ci
velopas statements, bills, business carts
telephone The Tribune job department.
FOR SALE —Choice Jersey Bui
Calves. B. C. Crabtree.
FOR SALE —8-horse power Boile
and Engine, Hay Cutter, Grain
Mill. Belting, etc. Half Price.
Address J. M. Warinner, South
Bellingham, Wash. 8-1-tf
WANTED —Apprentice boy to lear
printing trade. Tribune Office
HERD RECORD SHEETS—printe;
on good Manila board. Place to
record the milk of 20 cows, twic
a day, for one month. Printed o
both sides. For sale at tbe Tri
bune office, E cents each or 25 fo
11, This is the standard barn re
cord sheet used in all first clas
Money saved is good as money earn
ed, and sometimes very much easier
You can save your money by tag
ging your cream, Banner Creamery
We pay cash for cream and eggs.
DR. VAX KIRK, Specialist in diseas
es of the EVE, EAR, NOSE, and
THROAT. Glasses accurately fittec
Dr. McLEOD, the Dentist, 's again do
ing - work at his otlice, over the Hank.
ANYBODY'S lumber is good enough
for you if you are neither proud no
particular, but if you are, see Jef
fers' mill, six miles west of Lyndeu
before you PLACE your next order
Mull for the following named person!
remains unclaimed In the Post office at
l.ynden, Wash.. Nov. 21, It'l2. lr.
not called for in two weeks It will be
sent to the Dead Letter office:
Lawrence Ashan. Geor. Barnhnrt
Mrs. James Falkenham <") Floyd
Tattle, John Williams.
One cent due on each of the above let
ters. When calling lor any please say
DAVID W. SENDEE, P.M.
THE LYNDEN TRIRT.TNE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21.19 i?
Interesting Item* from the many flourithinft lowni in the county by our own
rzn^zz^zrr - " correspondents ~. — ~
Clenrbrook, (Second Nooksack
Precinct njoys the distinction
lof being the banner Progressive
precinct in the most Progressive
(State In the Unton so far a» we
now know. This precinct claims
the championship belt on the
strength of their vote at the re
cent election wherein'they gaveat
cry man on the ticket ■ majority
of from two to one, to 20 to 1
Study these figures: Taft 7: R.OOSO
-velt 90; Frost 8, Falconer S4
Humphrey 11, Landon 8K; Hay
;>. Hodge lol; Hart 8, Teats 98.1
On the county ticket the same ra
tios exist : Assessor, Hep. 7. Prog.
89: Sheriff: Rep. S; Hem. 33, Pro.
82; Engineer, Rep 10, Prog. !•.
Commissioner: Mutters 4, Shagren
Prog. 104: Pros. Atty.. Downer
7, Bixby 88, and so on down the
line. Total vote of precinct, ISO.
If any other pricinct in Ate State
can make a better showing we
are ready to take our hats off to
them und award them the belt. In
the meantime we believe that Clear
brook is justly entitled to wear
the belt as the champion Progress
J. C. NATTRAS3.
The Delta Grange visited N'orili
v-ood Grange Friday evening, An
interesting program was g yen b. v
'he local grange. They returned
early Saturday morning, after a
■'oval good time.
Mr and Mrs. George B uthe " Bnd
of Seattle are visiting at the Brown
The primary and Intermediate
s;rades of the Glendale school are
preparing an entertainment of il
thanksgiving nature to be render
,.,l Friday evening; November 2:1.
l»12. A* cordial invitation js ex
tended to all.
-Mr. and Mrs Br owning enter
tained a party at dinner Saturday
evening in honor of Mr. and M rs -
It is reported that J. L. DUker-
SOn, Jr., will begin the c/ection o r
i:is new hall in the near future.
It is to be on the site of the Union
Mnfg, Co's office on the Pacific
A baby boy hns been born to
Mr and Mrs." C. Rem Hist on.
"»r, and Mrs. Mir.uire and fami
ly visited MP. and M™. D. PXoatt
Mr Kcktord ■/•■•ted M*". kick,
at the Ferndale hospital oil
Mr. Patrick Grant has b ef,n sut-
the p:ist week with liemor
rbage oi the lungs.
iWr . Menitt w lis a L>nden v' s 'tor
Leslie Hiirv-ey v is 'ted at the
''Veatt home Sunday.
Leona B'' uW n is employed at the
Ferndale hospital at present
WEST VAN fiUREN
Mr, and Mrs. Yount were L>'nden
v isite;- s Monday,
Clinton Brown hns been hauling
lumber for Mr. Deems.
•»rs. Wapmler and daughters
w ere in Lynden Monday.
Mrs. G. H. Whipple, of North
wood, has been very ill but is Im
Win. Rarick was a Lynden vis
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Yount were
in ciearbrook Wednesday.
Hoy Kiddle was in Lynden on
Delta Grange met with the
N'orthwood Grange Friday evening
and rendered a very nice program.
Xorthwood furnished the supper.
J. J. FALKNER
Mrs. C. E. Wheeler wne a Lytt
'den visitor Saturday.
Grnce and Lloyd Hrowu who
have been nick, are able to be at
Mrs. Joe Whipple Is still on II"'
Arthur Pierce was In Lwidon
Doris Ware who has been sick In
able to attend school again
Totnss Kelly was a Bellingham
visitor one day last week.
Mr. 0, Wampler was ■ Balling*
ham visitor Saturday.
W. F. Heathers had the mlsfor«
tun* tO lose his only bOrSS butt
Mrs. Al Morris Is 111 at the home
of Mrs, M. J. Morris.
mibs Annie Brecksnrldge, of
Chllllwaok, ii 0., spent last week
at tho homo of her mother,, and
on Friday evening, wont to Belling
ham to MBit nor liatert, Mesdames
Butterfleld ami English, returning
to Chllllwaok Sunday evening,
B. Brooke ami I, Hutchens
brought in two car loads »f ll»l
--atoiiiB from Wisconsin a few days
ago. Nooksnck Valley ranchers
are up-tordate- In Improving their
Dan Cupid has been very busy
around Kverson lately. Last weea
we ehronlcied the gturgeon-Kurness
wedding. On Sunday, November 10
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Schick was solemnized tho marri
age of their daughter, Carmen Ko
binon, to Hoy Boyd, of Ferndale,
the Her. John Held. Jr, officiating,
alter which twenty-nine guests par
took of a Wedding dinner. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoyd went to Vancouver, and
later will be at home at Ferndale.
On last Thursday Miss Ruth
Breckinridge, one of the most pop
ular young ladles in Everson, was
united In marriage to Mr. Henry
Getchell, v well known and highly
respected young man. The ceremo
ny was performed by Judge Hard
in, Afterward the happy copule
were entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert English, and la
ter departed for Seattle and other
points to visit friends. They have
since returned to Everson and will
make this their home. They havej
(he best wishes of a host of friends.
Ira Trowbridge is building a
home on his lots here and will occu
py the same when completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cameron
of Eastern Canada, and Miss Marga
ret Tompson of Sedro-Wooley were
guests of their relatives, the R<
Thompson family, recently. Miss
Franchie Place, of Acme, was also
a guest and remained until the
first of the week.
| Miss Mabel Cyr and brothers en
lertained a few friends Informally
' but very- charmingly on Saturday
evening in honor of Miss Mabel
living and Miss Eva Eggert, who de
parted Wednesday with their par-
I cuts for their new home at Luke-
I port, California.
, Miss Eva Eggert was honor guest
lat the meeting, of the I. O. G. T.
last Thursday 'night. There was a
'short program, refreshments and
a pleasant social hour. It was a
I farewell to Miss Eggert, who has
been a member of the Order for
several years, and is leaving to
make California her home.
Mrs. Wm. Jones and daughter
Althea, went to Van Zandt Satur
day to visit relatives for a few days.
Miss Kut Parish, of Lynden, vis
ited her relatives, the Vern Parish
family from Saturday till Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bushby and son
visited Mrs. M. A. Johnson In Bel
lingham Sunday. Mrs. Johnson is
Mrs. Bushby's mother and Is 111.
For the Ladies
Ist the Electric
conduct a vot
ing contest. The
prize to the win
ner is a $20.00
Post Card Cam
era which i s
now on exhibi
tion in Knapp's
every 10c ticket
will receive a
coupon with the
which they can
vote for whom
This contest will close on the
evening of Dec. 30th and
camera will be given to the
winner. On Dec. 3 and 4 all
10c purchasers will receive
blue coupons, which are good
for 10 votes.
No one connected with the
Theatre will be permitted to
take part in this contest in
Our New Progressive County Commissioners.
C. B. LEGOE
Don't think alike about any subject—poli
tics, religion, base ball or even bread mak
ing—but the people of the Nooksack Val
ley do agree that the Bauman Implement
Co. will give you a square deal. Just now
they are giving
a Golden Opportunity
to any one that is in need of a new Wagon,
Surrey* Buggy, or anything in
the Farm Implement L.me, as
we must move our present wareroom to begin
the erection of our new building on the corner and
we must lower our stock to do so. Therefore,
ALL DOWN THE LINE!
THERE ARE NOW OVER 60
SIMPLEX CREAM SEPARATORS
in use in this vicinity. It is the easiest cleaning,
and the lightest running Separator on the market.
You SAVE $20.00
on every 900 pds. capacity you buy, as we sell
them for $20 less than the U. S., the DeLaval or
the Sharpless, all of which are Standards.
Phone or -write us about it.
IMPLEMENT CO. inc.
LEADERS IN FARM AND DAIRY IMPLEMENTS.
Cor. 3rd and Front LYNDEN Phone X6ll
SMALLFIELD Electric Theater
Thursday _ _
EfiL Nov. 21,22,23
g Interrupted Rehearsal'
introducing a combination of Humorous Dialogues,
Songs and Dances, featuring the original
"TEXAS TOMMY" DANCE
Admission lOc and 20c
L.OW RATES. Call or address
M. W. SHERMAN, Agent
135 Holly Street Bellingham, Wash.
in a Muscial Tete-a-Tete
To and from your home
town to ALL POINTS in