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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
FOR 3ALT3- Logan Berries plants
|S per 100 at Gibbs' bulb garden
Clearbrook; Choice Apple trees.
Wagner, Lanana. Delicious vari
eties. A lew Anjoci Pear Trees
all 15 cents each. 2-2"-4t
FOR BALK- Hay, $9 per ton
in the Yarn Wm. Visser. 2-27-2;
FOii BALE —An almost new piano
will sell oi tiade for a horse and
buggy. John Hoffman, Everson
R. 3, I'lioi.e Nooksack 3314.
FOR DRINKING founts, feed trough
and brooder lamps—The Far
mers Mercantile co.
FREIGHTING DONE—Our freight
wagons are i.cv running both srayi
daily to and from Bellingham
Prompt, cartful and rapid trans
it guaranteed. Me-Soriey & Sons
FOR SALE —A few choice, uncall
ed for Fruit Trees, at one-half
original price. J. E. McSorley,
7th and G:over S:s . Ly nden.
FOR SALE— 210-etU "Trusty'
Incubator, good as new: also Z
brooders. D. W. Bender..-27-tf
FOR SALE—Straw: fI.OO ■ load
in barn. T.»o colts coming 2-year
weigh 11 Oil each. E. P. Games.
Phone 1604. Lynden. 2-27--t.
FOR BALE—One horse, about 1200;
J. W. Ten Do lie, Lynden 2-27-tf
Leghorn cockerels rt $1 each
if taken at once. Luell t M. Smi'h
FOR SALE —■ thoroughbred white
FOR SALE—Six months tuitionat
the Bellingham Business College
Will make some redaction as I
have to leave town. Address Ver
non E. Schaeht, Dahlqutst Block
Bellingham, Wash. 2-20-3t.
FOR SALE—A nine months' old
turkey gobbler. Inquire Tribun
THE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC wash
er is now going into every good
man's home. You should have
one. See the Bauman Implement
Co. about this latest invention.
FOR SALE —Storm King Oats ant'
Blue Bell Pens for Seed. N'elr
Jacobson, Route 1, Lynden, Phoiv
FOR RENT —Ranch; stock forsnle-
Inquire Tribune office. 2-13-lf.
FOR SALE —1 complete Advance
threshing outfit. Will sell right
to the right party if sold at once.
A. P. Axlund & Sons. 2-6-3t.
GOOD PAYING Restaurant for
sale on easy terms. Owner wants
to leavo town on account of
health. Wm. McDonnell, Lyn
den, Wash. jn-30-tf.
LET ZYLSTRA write your fire in
surance. Agency for the Northwes
tern Mutual and some stror
board companies. 2-13-tf.
IF YOU LOVE your wife go to
the Baumanlmplement Co. and
see about IT. Only 2 cents an
hour. They'll tell you.
TO TRADE —I have a modern
cottage, well located on ear line
and close to school, in Bell
ingham. worth about $1600; will
trade for prope-ty in or adjacent
to Lynden. Mrs. R. E, Hawley.
FOR SALE or TRADE —We still
have one good farm near Ever
son to sell or trade. Will take
Lynden or Bellingham property
as part payment. Good trade if
made before time to rent for
the season. A. Strandell, PhOM
X4ll. Lynden. 2-6-tf.
FOR SALE —If you are in need
of any kind of stove WOOD, call
on J. Schuyleman, or leave or
ers at Taylor & Riddle's Real
Estate office. x 2-C-tf.
FOR SALE —Genuine Blue Bell
Peas, cleaned for Seed, Shady
Lane CllmaxSeed Oats and Buff
Orpington Eggs. B. 0. Crabtree
Lynden, jn-30-tf. I
LESS THAN TWO CENTS an hour.
What do you think of that?
See the Bauman Implement Co.
WANTED —1000 old hens. A. Bos
lund. Phone 2309. Lynden.l-9-tf
FOR SALE —Pen of 30 pedigreed
Buff Orpington Chickens. J. D.
Sorlmgher, I%' miles southwest
of Lyuden. Phone 4714. jn-2-tf.
FOR SALE —Buff Orpington eggs
for hutching. J. D. Scriiuger.
Dr. McLEOD, Lynden's populardentist
is again on hand to attend the needs
of his patrons, office over Bank.
WANTED —A few table boarders.
Corner Fourth and Grover streets. 1
Farm Sale at Auction.
On Tuesday. March 4, J. M Slo
per will Bell at publlr auction all
of his live Block, farm implement*
and household goods, at his farm
two mlleg north and a half mile
east of Laurel. He will also sell
the land. It b»-lng described as the
north H acres of NE S\V "i of
Sec. IS, Twp 39 nr. 3 E. A small
payment of |600 will be accepted on
the land. On the stock, implements
etc.. the usual terms »ill prevail.
Auctioneer liostwick will officiite.
FOR SALE —1 heifer; 4 Indian run
ner ducks: 1 drake: AI Round
Oak range; household goods and
'. gallon fruit Jars. C. A. Han
son. 1 block west. 1 block north
of Waples mill.
THE FARMERS Mercantile Co has
just unloaded a car load of Al
berg Bros, celebrated chick and
scratch food, egg mash, chick
s;arter, beef scraps, ground bone
grit and shells. In fact every
thing for poultry. See our win
THE FARMERS Mercantile Co has
carload of fertilizer iv transit
which will be unloaded next week
We will be glad to quote you
SENDING OUT goods. wi:h no cash
payment down, ordinarily reduces
■ stock, but that of C. W Wat
dron. on Elk Street. Bellingham
is weekly replenished with fine
floor coverings from the east
ern manufacturing centers, and
those in need of Rugs, for the
Spring, can have a large selec
tion of patterns and sizes to chose
fom and have the same deliver
ed now, and commence their
monthly payments in April on the
same, and all at the most at
tractive prices. Every month he
does an increased b.isiness and
now occupies three large store
rooms under the Laube and Wind
I HOUSEWORK wanted by gi-1 of
15 years old. Phone lsl3. Lyn
FOR SALE— Shadeland Climax seed
Oats, Re-cleaned. Henry Shagren
Phone 417. Lynden. 1-23-tf.
FOR SALE — HAY. on the Ger
main place. 2'o miles west of
Lynden. $10 per ton. Ed Hoek
FOR SALE —One cow. 1 heifer. 4
doz. 1-year old Chickens; 1 pair
Indian Runner ducks. 1 drake, 4
ducks. Al Round Oak cook range;
household goods, and fruit jars.
C. A. Hanson. 1 block west, 1
block north of Waples' mill, Lyn
FOR SALE —Nice young driving
team- —mares, and a good heavy
wagon. See Grnat Mulka, Lynden.
FOR SALE —S. C. WHITE LEG
HORNS, Eggs and Baby chicks.
Pen No. 1, headed by Buster, a
cockerel winning first and sweep
stakes at Belinlgham; first Sno
homish, and first Seattle Mead
ows; mated to fifteen beautiful
hens and pullets; Eggs $3.50 per
15; $6 per 30; $10 per 50; $15
per 100. Chicks $25 per 100
Pen No. 2, headed by a cock bird
winning 3rd Snohomish, 1911
mated to fourteen good pullels;
Eggs $3.00 per 15; $5.00 per 30;
$8.00 per 50; $10.00 per 100
Chicks $20 a 100. Three other
pens, all grand birds, some of
them prize winners. Eggs 2.00
per 15; $8.00 per 100. Chicks.
$15.00 per 100. Alex Campbell
Everson, Wash. 2-20-D
FOR SALE —Choice Jersey Bui
Calves. B. C. Crabtree.
DO NOT forget to list your proper
ty with He work
strictly on commission. 2-13-tf
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 Lynden
before you PLACE your next order
ZYLSTRA HAS 2 farms for rent
See him about It. 2-13-tf.
THE BAUMAN IMPLEMENT CO.
has the latest labor saving ma
chine made. LYou can't afford
to be without one
FOR SALE —8-horse power Boile
and Engine, Hay Cutter, Grain
Mill, Belting, etc. Half Price.
Address J. M. Warinner. South
Bellingham. Wash. 8-l-tf
FOR SALE —Five room bungalow
barn and three lots. P. O. Box
317, Lynden or Phone X 662 dc7tf
ORDER YOUR Berry Plants from
the LYNDEN FRUIT GROWERS
FOR SALE —EGGS for hatching:
Pekin and Runner Ducks, C. W
E. E. Wolf, Lynden, phone 419.
Dr. McLeod, the dentist, is a
'galn doing wo.rk at his office over
the bank. . _ .
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. FF.BftTjARt »7. t9H.
Interesting Item* from th* many flourishing» tows* in th* county by our own ,
correspondents Bj " —
Mrs. Ed Kale If at home from the
hospital in Bellingham where sev
eral weeks' treatment hag resulted
in restoring her to almost complete
Mr. Wm. Piest visited last week
with his daughter. Mrs. Agnes
Scheibe and Mrs. Paul Schruder, at
their homes in Portland.
Miss Bertha Vinzer wat the week
end guest of Miss Hannah Spedding
at her home on Route One. Mis?
Morris, of Lynden was also a gue"3t
at the Spedding home.
C. Grell fell on a slippery walk
a few days ago aud broke the third
finger of his left hand, and gave
one ankle a severe bruise.
Saturday, March Ist. is school e
lection day in Everson. There is
one officer to be elected and sever
al Rlchmonds in the field.
Mrs. James Beernink of Lynden
i pvnt several days at the bedside of
bei" mother-in-law, Mrs. Lydia
Mr. and Mrs. R. Thompson visit
ed their relatives in Sedro-Woolley
•on Saturday and Sunday.
Misses May and Nettie Hoover
spent Sunday at the home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoover.
Chester Trowbridge celebrated
his fourteenth anniversary Saturday
evening. February 22. by entertain
ing twenty-one friends at his home
Mrs. Ira Trowbridge was hostess,
and the evening was pleasantly pas
sed in games. A nice supper was
The Rev. John Reid. Jr. visited
in Bellingham Thursday and Fri
day and on Friday morning address
ed the Normal in regular assembly
un patriotic birthdays occurring in
February. Washington, Lincoln and
Mr. and Mrs. DeMuth were bus
ir.ss visitors in Fverson from Bell
ingham the first of the week aud
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grell.
Miss Gertrude MaUleiu came
home from Lynden on Monday, hav
ing been attending her sister. -Mrs.
D. J. Milan, who is ill.
The seventh annual ball of the
I. O. O F. last Friday night was
i grand success both in point of
attendance and financially.
Mrs. Lydia Beernink passed a
way at tne home of hei daughter,
Mrs. D. H. Jamieson, in Everson at
: 8 p. m. Friday. February 21. in her
seventy-ninth year. She had been
ill but a few days with a heavy
cold. Death resulted from this and
j her advanced years in addiiion to
the shock of a fall sustained a few
clays before. Her husbande
away twelve years ago, at the home
in Wisconsin. Surviving the deceas
ed are seven children, nine grand
children, and a brother and sister
these last and two sons and two
daughters living in Wisconsin. Two
sous, James, of Lynden, and Henry
of Everson, and her uaughter, Mrs
Jamieson, were with their mother at
the time of her death.
Mrs. Berniuk had lived more than
the allotted span, and all of her
! life had been a devoted Chlstiau
! The family is bereaved, but should
W« not rather rejoice that one to
ready to respond to the Master's
call has passed into rest?
Mrs. Beernink came to Lynden
from Wisconsin eight years ago
aud for |Jm past six years has made
her home with Mrs. Jamieson.
Funeral services were held at
the home Sunday afternoon, the
Rev. Reid officiating with Hie sol
emn and beautiful ritual of the
Presbyterian church. Many friends
from Everson, Lynden, and vicinity
were in attendance. The floral of
ferings were beautiful. Interment
was in the Nooksuck-Eversou ceme
Miss Myrtle Brown, primary teach
er in Custer school, left Thursday
evening for Olympta, where she was
met by her sister, Iva, and broth
er, Herbert. They spent Saturday
with their father. Senator Brown,
returning to their schools Sunday.
Floyd Vaughn and family, who
have been visiting relatives and
friends about Custer the past few
weeks, returned Friday to their
work near Sumas.
E. Whalen is workinfc at the
Phillips mill at Woodland.
Several of the young people at
tended church service at Haynie
Sunday night. Hey. Rlnehart is
holding revival services at that
Mrs. Pessie Stoops of Haynie is
spending a few weeks at the home
of.C. I. Rogers.
Mrs. Weisman and son, Carl,
were callers at the Nace home Sun
A pleasant time was had Satur
day evening when the neighbors,
gathered at the home of H. A.
Shell to help him celebrate his
sitxy-fifth birthday. The evening
was spent in conversation, games,
and music. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. E. Whalen, Mr. and |
Mrs. G. Dowling, Bert, Anna ami
Nina Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nace
Bert and Fannie Lltonlous.
George Fassett and family were
in the neighborhood Sunday look
ing for a residence to rent.
Mrs. Fred Rogers is suffering
from an attack of the lagrippe.
J. B. Lltonlous and Jim Nace
are hauling hay from the Craine
ranch on the river bottom.
Avado Rogers is at home for n
few days but will soon return to
his work near Lynden.
Miss Louise Harter was at home
from Thursday until Sunday.
Mr. Jeffcoat sawed wood with hi
engine at Lund's Saturday.
Mrs. Hagoes culled on Mrs. Mer
ritt Friday afternoon.
Mr. Lund has been ill for a few
Mrs. Jeffcont's sister, Frances,
visited her for two or three days.
Seeca Smith attended the Dicker-
son dunce at Glendiile
Jennb» Jea U nolo* i<> AIMM r " r
about five montlm
Snow ts falling today nn.i U
us If March would coim> In Ilk" "io
Mesdames JamteMD and Mantel
Ivan visited the IV H Jogs!****
family in Everson Wudtiuade)
Mr. B. W. boring and M Koll' »
made a business trip to gndr* Wool
ley the latter part of the week
Mr. EM Clifford, of lowa, VtH\
ed Tuesday evening for a »Uli »•
the home of his cousin, Mrs ■ ■
Mr. and Mrs. UMWJf TfwS. au.l >••<
by sons, of Everett. PMUe up II <
day for a visit Willi iMf |»»i«>n»»
Mr. and Mrs Oeorgn >'«<•
The Royal Nttf*****.'
Club will moot at tho hOWW Ml "
Angus Young Thursd.o i«ito. "«»»'■
Miss Mtuuto WnHanwi* km » «
compelled to miss «r».-r.»i
teaching at her tohO«d IB the rati
view district on BWMMMI "< »H»"-'»»
Miss Evelyn s.-rimgev »u»uiue.t
slight injury while »vnmu»li Ix'iu.
from Lynden Monday, »hou it»>
horse which she diiuim »•■•
came frightened a»d trie* l« PUWh
a fence. • • -*«
An election i* to bt IkOM SMtt
Saturday to elect a tru*t«*> of the
local school board Mr F H ivnupi
is the retiring member of the hoard
but is is expected that bo will hk
The Jlack Swain Theatre Co. Is
billed for B tWl>-nlght engagement
at the Electric Theatre They »P»
near F.-klay and Saturday nights ot
ihis week in comedy and drama In
terspersed with vaudeville. It Is re
ported to be a good company and
crowded houses are looked for at
this, its first appearance here. Pop
ular prices of admission will pro
A music club was organized last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Wright. The object of the or
ganization is to study the music of
various composers, and occasionally
to give an evening devoted to the
rendition of the music of one of
the masters whose compositions are
being studied. The first meeting
will be held this evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach.
The Patrons-Teachers Association
will have a meeting at the school
building next Tuesday evening. Mrs
p. M. Serrurier has the program In
hand and an interesting and help
ful evening is assured. Refresh
ments will be served by the girls
of the school, and general discuss
ion on the subject of the proposed
new high school building will be en
gaged in. This is a matter of In
terest to every resident of the dis
trict and there should be a good
attendance at this meeting.
The second annual declamatory
contest of the Junior class of the
Lynden high school was held at
the school house yesterday evening
There were seven contestants and
each one did so well that it was
difficult for the judges to decide
who deserved the honors. Miss Li
da Stone won first place and How
ard Worthen second. Miss Stone's
subject was "The Heart of Old
Hickory." Dr. Wood, Dr.
and- Mr. P. M. Serrurier acted as
judges. Piano solos were render
ed by Mrs. P. A. Wright and Miss
Krancis Knapp. The proceeds Of
the evening will be placed In the
Dickerson's New Store Open.
Th new store of J. L. Dlckerson
& Son at Glendale was opened lust
Tliusday evening with a grand ball
and supper, tendered the guests by
this enterprising firm. The evening
was a great success and thoroughly
enjoyed by all present. The best
music that could be obtained was
furnished, and the affair was one
that will long be remembered by
the good people of Glendale and
vicinity who wish the genial pro
prietors of the new store and hall
the greatest success.
As the firm of J. L. Dlckerson &
Son is progressive and up-to-date
in every particular, It will, begin
ning next week, have a weekly an
nouncement of Its store and goods
in The Tribune.
T. B. Long, new City Marshal.
At the regular session of the city
council on Friday evening the
resignation of C. C. King, who
leaves the city to assume the man
agement of the county farm, us city
marshal wits accepted and T. 11.
Long was unamlously chosen to
succeed him. He was sworn In
and assumed his new duties at once.
The appointment is a good one.
Mr. Long Is a man of the highest
honor. He has had some experi
ence as a deputy sheriff, and will
show no favors In the performance
of his sworn duties. At the No
vember election he took a promi
nent part In the contest as a Pro
gressive, and was one of the new
party's best workers.
For 1913 Base BaU.
At a baseball meeting held In
the city hall Tuesday evening, the
following were elected to act as
officials of the club for the season
A. E. Rusco, Manager; P. A. Se
rurler, Secretary-Treasurer and Win
Fisher Cuptain. Nearly all of
last years' players will be on hand
to try out for the various posl-
Hon. M the line-up Owen Had
lei unit J«h" Mulder will do the
Heaving »'»» , » tM ' > w - w, ! n SSfS
Fisher OO the receiving end. This
OOmblHStlOU of buttery performers
»l|ll bo hard to beut
Two llolllliKhalll players, Foll
, .ml Gr.ilia.li will round out
& vacuole- and will, (he grea.er
„„,l -It |M< >""'*' V..1..1....S ... the
Joiu.o th* l"'«> aggregation will no
doubt h* heard f">"'
Woath.-i pondtlUius pemtittlni
it,.- playing snnnoii win »t..n tas
(u.i unit ..f Apui arrangements
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i.i.io.i. M.i some arrangement lH
, k|.o. 10.l to bo i....dii KMI
M.tii r.M h... following named
iteraons. remains unelnlmed i« ttai
uimi ..nine m Lynden, wash..
~ i, |0, IUIH If not l ulled for In l
*ooaa H win bo Hfiii to the Pom
i Mliei nffUw
V H |l..||< 1010. Wit, M«ry < <>rt
Mi» Hi i«ie uresti
«hie noil gMO mi each of the a
i„,>„ Minn wi.on aaittag for nn|
i,u.,i.i. sin "Advnrtlsnd."
i, w HHNUMR, Poet master,
hit VAN KIIIK. Hpeclallat In dlseas
„. ..( MM WtU, KAR, NOSE, snd
THHOAT, Glauses accurately tlttm
IN THN iUPBRIOH COURT OF
THE STATIC OF WASHINGTON
IN AND FOR THI COUNTY
iii the Matter <>f th« Batata
p m wataon, Doonaaad.
order to show chush Why Raaltjr
should Not Be Bold.
Now m this lime tail matter
eonilni on regularly for heertna
upon the petition of JeHse W. Wat
aon, tta amy appointed, qualified
ami aottni administrator in the »-
bore entitled estate, to Bell the
following described real estate, or
ho much thereof as may be neces
sary to pay the debts of the ■fore
said eat ate and the expenses of ad
ministration thereof, at private sale
and It appearing that the personal
ty belonging to said estate is whol
ly Insufficient to pay the same and
the expenses of administration and
that It is necessary to sell or mort
gage the whole or some portion of
the said mil estate to provide
funds for the payment of such
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
that all persons Interested In said
estate be and appear at the Court
House in Belllngha, Washington, in
Departent No 2 at 9:30 o'clock
A. M. on Monday, the 31st day of
March. 1913, and show cause, if
any there be, why an order should
not be granted directing the ad
ministrator herein to sell the fol
lowing described real estate, or so
much thereof as may be necessary
to pay debts and expenses of ad
ministration of said estate at priv
ate sale In the manner provided by
law, to-wit: —
The south half of the southwest
quarter of section fourteen (14)
township (40) north range four
(4) east, W. M.
for men who demand the
utmost in their footwear.
The makers combine that
distinctive elegance that
foot comfort and that solid
wear in a way that stamps
"The Shoe of a Gentleman"
The new models for spring
and summmer have just
arrived. You'll like them. "O'Donnell Shoes
are Friend Makers.**
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Another specialty line we have been fortunate in get
ting. Most good dressers know the Crossett Shoe. It
has all the fine qualities of the O'Donnell with just a lit
tle bit added. For men who want the best and are wil.
ling to pay for it. "They make Life's walk
$5.00 and $6.00
"Get the Efficiency Habit*'
TJie Dtkiency smop
JONES * SERRURIER. Proprietor.. LYNDEN, WASHINGTON T
The southeast quarter of tIW
northwest quaTter ami IJfcft
west quarter of the northeast quart
er of section thirty-five (35) town
ship forty (40) north range HTfJ
(5) east, except B B. & B. C. right
IPtm west half of the northwest
quarter of section sixteen l*n)
township forty (40) north range
five (5) east, containing eighty
acres, and lots four (4) and five
(G) in block sixteen (16) Hawley
& Lawrence's Addition to Lynden
Whatcom County, Washington.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
this order be published in The Lyn
ili-n Tribune once a week for four
consecutive weeks prior to the
date of such hearing.
DONE IN OPEN COURT this
241h day of February, 1913.
WILLIAM H. PEMBERTON, Judge
PIXLEY'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Mt. m trmwmr anaf LHkmrtjr
PHONE No. R382
W. If. PtXLk V, PfON'r mndMgr
Saturday, March 8
•IF CHEASTY HAS IT, ITS CORRECT"
will be interested in knowing that at
Cheasty's you can get all these per.
sonal accessories for automobiling,
that add such joy to motoring.
Automobile Gloves. Cloth and fur
lined, with and without gauntlet.
Automobile Coats, cloth or leath
er exterior, reversible leather, and
cloth with detachable leather lin
Automobile Robes in vast array
of beautiful patterns.
Automobile Lunch Hampers or
cHßes, all completely fitted, Includ
ing Thermos bottles — Thermos
bottles in all styles.
Auto leggings, foot muffs, etc.
' Wardrobe trunks in great vari
ety and infinite completeness;
leather traveling bags and s.iit
cases and leather articles, featuring
celebrated Cross (London) leath
tmamttlMrintmt tpHmm SVreerf
If It's Correct, Cheasty Has It-
**> By SPECIALISTS