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MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc.
1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash.
JOBBERS ana 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.
GAGE - DODSON CO.
Good Clothe* Merchant!
This Store is the home of Hart SehatTner & Marx clothes
We are now ready to show you the
newest conceptions in Men's Clothing
of the Hart Schaffner & Marx make
Fall and Winter 1912-13
Will deem it a pleasure to show you a line of clothing that
fits and satisfys you throughly
at a moderate price.
You Do Not Know,
You have little Idea of v na! you can save in a year unless you are
a depositor in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Our SERVICE to SAVERS is a real help in the saving of
money. You have the benefits of our advice, suggestions and en
couragement if you deposit here.
Paid in our Savings Department.
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 open and 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 e<rgs.
A Large and Carefully Selected
The kind that will stand long wear and
give you an idea of the ''Quality Goods'*
you will find throughout our entire store.
Our prices on this fine Furniture [is lower
than any prices asked elsewhere. Every
thing in our store spells "opportunity" and
emphasizes the fact that our prices are
lower than the prices anywhere else in
Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums,
Baldwin Pianos, Singer
PHONE Rl4l LYNDEN
THE LYNDEN »niMTMB. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 191f
Must move out!
RENTED, AND WE
HAVE GOT TO VACATE by SEPT. 25.
Every Piano Must Be Sold
at once. Prices on Pianos
reduced, $SS, $SO, $127,
and $168, to close them
FREE MUSIC LESSONS
with Each Piano. Select your own teacher
in Liynden. Piano Makers will pay for them.
We must vacate our present stor
by September 25th. Every ono of
the last car load of pianos must be
sold now in short order. We are
positively totng to sell every one
and have made the prices lower than
for which like quality has ever been
sold on the Pacific Coast. Every
piano remaining is brand new and
will be sold under positive warran-
Get the FREE Music Lessons.
Progressive Partes Contract
With the People of this County.
"The representatives of the Progres
sive party of Whatcom Comity, Wash
ington, in county convention assem
bled, do adopt the following platform:
We most heartily accept and ratify
the national platform as adopted by
the national Progressive convention
at Chicago, on August 7, 1912, and we
enthusiastically approve and endorse
its leader, Theodore Roosevelt, of
whom the national Republican plat
form of 1908 declared, in part:
" 'In him the highest aspirations of
the American people have found a
voice; their most exalted servant, he
represents the best aim and worthiest
purposes of all his countrymen; by
his efforts American manhood has
heen lifted to a nobler sense of duty
and obligation; cor science and cour
age in public station and higher stan
dards of right and wrong in private
life have become principals of polit
ical faith; capital and labor have
been brought into closer relations of
confidence and interdependence; and
the abuse of wealth, the tyranny of
power, and all the evils of privilege
and favoritism have been put to scorn
by the simple, manly virtues of jus
tice and fair play as exemplified in
him. Notable among his great achiev
ments accomplished by him while
President, are: a brave and impartial
enforcement of the law; the prosecu
tion of illegal trusts and monopolies:
the exposure and punishment of evil
doers in the public service; the more
effective regulation of the rates and
service of the great transportation
lines; the complete overthrow of the
preferences, rebates and discrimina
tions; the arbitration of labor disputes
the amelioration of the condition of
wage-workers everywhere. These
things, the record of things achieved
—will make a lasting place in history
for Theodore Roosevelt.
"We congratulate our party and
country upon his nomination apd also
upon the nomination pf his runnini;
mate, the young, clean, able and fear
less Hiram W. Johnson, whose name
alone insures success of progressive
principles in the Pacific Coast states-.
Women Voters Welcomed.
"We cordially invite and earnestly
solicit all who believe in the pro
gressive principles as enunciated in
our party's platform, adopted at Chi
cago, regardless of past party affilia
tions, to join with us in making those
ty. We mention a few names of
these well known Pianos- -Piano*
(hat never go and are
a credit to any home, and will las
a life time. Among them are tli
time-honored and famous Kimball;
the old-esti Wished Marshall & Wen
dell; the celebrated Stegor Sons;
the reliable and well known Smith
Ac Uarnoß, etc., etc.
Tamma $100, $1.25 $1.00, $1.25
I P.rni!\ a or $1.50 or $1.50
IUI IllUa DOWN A WEEK
Eilers Music House
Opposite Electric Theatre Next to Lynden Variety Store
principles effective in our county,
state and nation. And we especially
invite and welcome the women voters,
whose moral ideas and progressive
thoughts place them at the head of
the Progressive movement of the age.
"We call particular attention to the
fact that our national platform endor
ses woman suffrage -a right that was
denied American women by the Tali.
Republican convention in Chicago,,and
the Wilson Democratic convention in
"Our people have heen over-burden
ed in the matter of taxation, and we
pledge our candidates to the most rig
id economy consistent with efficient
we further pledge them to a strtc'
we further pledge the mto a strict
enforcement of the law as the law
"The old Republican party has been
in absolute control of this state, with
one exception, since statehood, nnd it
is responsible for the gross abuse
which have been foisted upon our peo
ple, notably, the creation of a lot of
useless commissions, at an enormous
expense to the taxpayers, in order that
its leaders might take care of their
great band of political henchmen. Our
legislative candidates are hereby pled
ged to abolish these crying evils and
to be thoroughly satisfied of the ab
solute necessity of all appropriations
before supporting same.
Legislation for Workers.
"Fully appreciating that the pace,
prosperity and progress of our state
depends upon the conditions under
which labor is performed in tho field
the mines, the factory, and all marts
of trade, as well as upon a fair treat
ment of capital, we pledge our legis
lative candidates to vote for all fair
and just laws looking to tho amelio
ration of the condition of the worker.
"We hereby endorse and recommend
the five legislative measures proposed
by the joint committee of the labor
unions and the state grange.
"This convention declares its- abso
lute freedom from the influence of any
corporation, and it pledges its candt
dates to fight against the encroach
ments of special privilege, particular
ly the special privilege represented
by the fisheries.
"We demand the repeal of the 'sec
recy clause' in the fisheries law.
"Confident that the safe, sane, sob-
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FREE MUSIC LESSONS, TOO
We have arranged with tho Pi
ano Manufacturers to Rive with each
one of these Pianos a course of mu
sic lessons absolutely free. You
simply select, your own teacher In
Lynden. tnke your lessons whenev
er convenient, and the Piano Mak
ers will pay the bill. This is a
ohance of a life time for pianoless
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
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
10 j&9C STAMPS FREE
with a 50c purchase or over.
NOT GOOD AFTER OCT. 1, 1912
Any store giving Green Trading Stamps
I your engine—The make,Uhe\ size and your other equipment. We have I
paid for our experience wm third cash and when we say the Stickney is I
m the best, we know it. We arewll through experimenting. Come and le. us I
show you what convinced". as~Tbe outside igniter, an engine without trouble. I
rHBMMMBH/ EXCLUSIVE: AGENT BHBMBHHBHMKafe
TRIBUNE FOR JOl3 PRINTING.
homes. It will not occur again soon. <
Select your Piano now, and
the children in music at no expi
whatever to yourself. We have al
io arranged so these Pianos ci
sold for 12.00 a week, $1 50
week; yes, even $1.26 a week on
Be on hand early -it won't
October 2, n, 1 and s—win you come?