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QUALITY and VALUE
STYLE AND GENTILITY-
ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR
CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNC
MEN. is the basis element in
our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered
for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand
ard is kept as high as possible-the price standard
as low as possible. The clothes you get here not
only garb you with distinction, but have durability
.to back up your investment;
MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc.
1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash.
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.
If you are a customer at this bank you have assurande of our
personal interest in your business success. We make it a part
of our business to give such time and attention to our customers
as their interests require. <JWe make it a point that every busi
ness transaction with our patrons shall be satisfactory. We want
each one to feel that they are free to come to us in all
matters where our experience and advice will be of value and
* * r\f 4M *f you ' lnve ' ln, l n0 business with this bank we feci confident
assistance. you will appreciate the service we can render.
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
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD
either house, barn or anything, we want to figure on
your bill. Back of our reputation is our big saw mill
plant and acres of timber. See us or telephone to us
ROO & VANLEEUWEN LUMBER CO., LYNDEN
Banner Creamery is now opeu and ready
for business. Bring your cream to the
Banner Creamery and see it weighed and
tested and get your mouey. We pay
cash for cream and eggs.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
with a SOc purchase or over.
NOT GOOD AFTER NOV. 30. 1912
Any store giving Green Trading Stamps
Good Clothe* Merchants
This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
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
Save the Soap Wrappers,
Tobacco Tags, Hamilton
Coupons. Free Exchange at
Premium Exhibit Jamieson's
10 STAMPS FREE
structure, which can be built at an es
timated cost of $1,148, not Including
Inside fixtures. The bill of material for
this barn is as follows:
0, 2x12 In. z34 ft 3.036
18, 2x12 In. XlB ft 648
41. 2x12 In. x!M ft 1.132
12, 2x12 In. xl 4 tt 336
5, !xU In. x 26 ft 301
34. 2xlo in. x 24 ft 1300
16, 2xlo in. SM ft 347
tt, 2xß in. XlB ft 672
RS. 2x6 in. xl 4 ft 1,232
68. 2x,'. in. x 16 ft 1.088
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1012
A General Farm Barn
Designed by J. W. RAY. College of Agriculture. Ohio State
Change in Train Schedule
In Effect Tuesday, October 1, 1912.
LEAVE LYNDEN ARRIVE BELLINGHAM
8:40 A. M. 9:50 A. M. Daily except Sunday
11:00 Noon 12:50 Noon " " "
5:41 P. M.
9:05 A. M.
5:35 P. M.
7:30 A. M.
1:30 P. M.
4:30 P. If.
8:00 A. M.
4:30 P. M.
LEAVE LYNDEN FOR SUMAS:—B:4O A. M., 11:00
A. M. and 2:40 P. M. daily except Sunday; 9:05 A.
M. aud 5:35 P. M., Sunday only.
BELLINGHAM BAY & BRITISH COLUMBIA R. R.
Have "You. Decided
What kind of a Heating Stove to get this Year?
We have different kinds to sell, but the one we
especially recommend is the Bridge, Beach Co's
BECAUSE IT IS EXTRA LINED, IT SAVES LOTS OF FUEL IT GIVES TWICE
AS MUCH HEAT. IT IS PERFECTLY CONTROLLED, IN FACT IT GIVES PERFECT
SATISFACTION. <t? Everything in HARDWARE at
62. Ix 6 In. x2O tt U«0
10. 2x4 In. x3O ft 134
4. Ixß In. xl 6ft «
12. 3xß In. Xl 6ft US
46. 2x13 in. Xl 41 1 1.332
Ixß In. x 24 ft 1400
Total, 21.T72 board feet IS per 1,000. 1544 30
Bhlplap siding, 4,860 board feet. 330
per 1.000 gMO
Slate roofing. 38 square, 87 t'3.00
Door track, 186 feet, 6c 3.30
Door hang-era, 11 pair. 11 11 00
Hinges. 6 pair, 60c 8.00
Windows. 10, 12 30.00
Concrete wall, 28V. yards. 36 MMj
6:50 P. M. "
10:45 A. If, Sunday Only
7:15 P. If.
8:30 A. M. Daily except Sunday
2:36 P. M. "
5:37 P. M. " **
9:01 A. M. Sunday only
5:31 P. M. " "
TALE OF A ROYAL RELfC.
Window Pan.. Upon Which H.«ry •*
N.v.rr. Had Not Writt.n.
M „. Andrew Long, writing In Btack-
JLm trim °f • I"™'"" 80 ln wh °~
£& wm • WIDdOW on which Ileur,
rf?fcS once scratched
»nieu garde de malm« tide; Cc
Sombre. iW.-ll.nrj." Tbe ; .mct.p
r.on when M. Eude. first «w « »»J
two line, of big. clumiiy IJJ
rear, later, being ugulu In the neigh
ioZol h. revisited the CtattW.
whin he wm Mton.shed t. And hut
the inscription was now In ««•"• »■*•
with the letter, much more .
Tor" After some effort be got hold of
.octet Eor forty years the Inscr P
iTon on the window had been the
guide', pride and pleasure till. In on*
ratal moment of Inattention on hh
art. an Englishman had cut the pane
of glass out of It. setting und walked
away wltb It In bis pocket
The poor guide hurried to tell h*
master what bad befallen him The
owner of the chateau assured him thai
the accident wa. of no co■«««*•
and could soon be put right. And no it
wasl A piece of glass of the same tone
as the other panes was procured and
fastened llgbtlj ln It. place. The guide
received order, to turn HI. back so as
to allow visitor, to rend the limcrip
tlon-or. If thej wished, to .teal It.
But It wa. necessary for tbe mnn to
perceive ln the nick of time whnt wn»
going on and only consent to shut DM
eyes on the receipt of a handsome tip
Ithe amount fixed beforehandl. two
thirds of which wa. to go to his mas
A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE.
Strenuous Career of William Walker,
the Noted Filibuster.
William Walker, the noted nllbnatei
and soldier of fortune, was born in
Nashville, Term.. on May 8. 1824. Foi
• time he was an editor In New Or
Jeans and In 1850 went to California.
In the summer of 1853 he organized
an expedition for the conquest of the
Mlxlcan state of Sonora. He captured
several small towns; but, his provisions
and ammunition running short, be
crossed "the border Into the United
States and surrendered to the govern
ment officials. He was tried at San
Francisco for violating the neutrality
taws, but was acquitted.
Walker's next venture was an Inva
sion of Nicaragua, where he was for a
time successful and had himself pro
claimed president Later he was driven
from the country. Lute In 1858 be
started with a force of adventurers for
Honduras, but a shipwreck caused •
suspension of the expedition.
In June. 1800, be made a second at
tempt and captured tbe town of Trux
lllo, but was compelled to flee and sub
sequently surrendered to . tbe captain
of the British sloop of war Iscarus. by
whom be was handed over to the Hon
duran government He was condemned
by court martial and on Sept 12, 1800,
wus shot to death at Truxlllo.
First Recorded Yacht Rao*.
A race aross tbe Atlantic ocean
would have seemed a wild romance to
King Charles 11. when he took a lead
ing part In the first recorded yacht
race. "I sailed this morning." aaya
Evelyn on Oct 1. 1001, "with his maj
esty ln one of his yachts, or pleasure
boats, vessels not known among us till
the Dutch East India company pre
sented that curious piece to tbe king,
being very excellent sailing vessels. It
was on a wager between bis other new
pleasure boat, built frlgate-Uke, and
one of the Duke of York's: tbe wager.
£100; the race from Greenwich to
Graveaend and back. The king lost It
going, tbe wind being contrary, but
saved stakes ln returning. There were
divers noble persona and lords or
board, his majesty someUmes steering
Old Parr* Pesalbl* Age.
One of tbe last services Dean Stanley
did for Westminster abbey wus to
cnuse tbe almost effaced Inscription
over tbe celebrated old Purr's grave to
be recut. It is us follows: "Tho: I'arr
of ye County of Salop. Borne ln AD
1483. He lived ln ye reigns of Ten
Primes vie. K. Edw. 4. K. Edw. 5. K.
Ki.b. 3. K. Hen. 7. K. Hen. 8. K. Edw.
(1. Q. Ma.. Q. E!lz.. Ka. Ja. & K.
Charles. Aged 15'J yea res. and was
Burled Here Novemb. In. 1635."
The "old <'(inntest) of Desmond," who
The greatest advance in the dental line in years. Come in
and I will prove to you that I can fill yonr teeth without causing
pain. X you have a upper plate that falls down I will guarantee
to make one that will stay in place or I don't want a cent.
Cut Prices All work guaranteed 10 years Gas Given
DR. C. H. McLEOD
Office over Lynden State Bank. Phone R SOI
LOW RATES. Call or address
„™S e W - BHERM AN. Agent
135 Holly Street Bellingham, Wash.
la anld to have died at tbe age of 140.
Is mentioned by Lord Bacon. Archbish
op Usher and Sir William Temple The
flrat assures ns that "she did dentlga
(renew her teeth) twice or thrice, cast
ing her old teeth, and others coming it
their place"-Loodoo Graphic
The Way Spaniards 8mok».
The Spaniards are the most experr
smokers In tbe world. A native takes
a heavy pull at hhi cigarette, labaies
the suioke. takM up a wine skin or bot
tle, pours half • Pint down bis throat,
holding tbe tmml a foot from his
month, without spilling a drop, and
then, with ■ sigh of satisfaction, closes
his eyes and exhales the smoke from
his nose and mouth In clouds. He wll.
also Inhale the smoke, converse for a
few minutes In s natural mauner and
then blow ont the smoke
A Serious Moment.
"Yes." Mid tbe married man medita
tively, "when yon see a woman hang
ing out a line of clothes and tbe line
slips and let* tbe blessed lot down In
the mud. that, my boy. la tbe psycho
logical moment In which to !save that
Fresh from producers In abund
ance. Your orders, Will he
promptly and carefully attend
ed to here.
New products are quickly placed
ln our Btock. A suggestion of
any article desired will secure
We are continually striving to
do better in Groceries and ser
vice to our customers. It will
pay you well to buy here.
WE CARRY EVERYTHINC
For the Ladies
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
any way. 1
To and from your home
town to ALL POINTS in
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