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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
WANTED—Position milking on dai
ry ranch. Roger Hardy, Route 2,
FOR SALE —Cow coming fresh in
February. Two fine bred colts, 1
aud 2 yean old. Lynden Imple
ment Co. 10-24-tf.
THIS IS to notify the public that
I have sold my business, and per
sons knowing themselves to be
indebted to me are requested to
call and settle, ns I expect to go
away soon. J. VV. Grove, 10-24-lt.
NOTICE —To the people of Lynden;
I, the undersigned, wish to make
it known that on hearing any
more slander on my character or
against me in any shape or form,
1 will be compelled to take legal
steps In the matter.
Mrs. May Blonden. 10-24-11.
BESIDES FINE Rugs and Furni
ture, desirable Art Squares, in
sizes up to 12 x 15, are kept by
0; W. Waldron on Elk street,
Bellingham. No cash payment
down is required on the same.
Our special made mattress at f5.66
has an Art tick, and cotton top,
bottom and sides, and is a
great bargain, at the price..
THERE MUST be a reason for C.
W. Waldron's doing such an
extensive business in floor cover
ings, but he carries the largest
assortment of patterns, aud sizes,
nnd appears to make the most
attractive prices, nnd requires no
cash payment down to those who
FOR SALE —3 good cows. R. R.
Holder, Lynden. 10-17-3t
FOUND —Lady's black coat. Inqulr
at Tribune office. 10-24
DOES YOUR Overcoat need a new
collar? If so, Hanover, the mer
chant tailor, can put one on,clean
nnd press the coat, and it will
look like new.
FOR SALE —About 65 brown log
horn hens. D. W. Bender.
FOR SALE—Small second nan
safe, $30. Tribune office.
FOR SALE—Good cow; will trade
for hay and oats. Also thorough
bred hens, pullets and Indian run
ncr drakes for sale. A. W.Jones,
Custer. Phone 2204. 10-10-St.
FOR SALE —Fine Gravenstein ap
ples, 75 cents per box. Carr Bai
ley, phone R 411, Lynden.9-26-tf
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.
FOR SALE —Good team, wagon and
harness; your own price; your
own terms. J. E. McSorley, Lyn
FOR SALE—Good second hanj
Cook Stove, Price $20.00 Bau
man Implement Co., Phone X6ll
I AM PAYING the highest market
price for all kinds of Poultry.
Special price for any big breed
A. Boslund, Lynden. 9-5-tf.
STORE FOR RENT—The store now
occupied by McDanlels' pool and
billiard parlor, Palace hotel build
ing. Apply M. W. Stone, R. F.
. D. 3. Everson. 9-5-tf.
YES, HANOVER, the Lynden tai
lor, cleans ladles' suits. 9-5-4t.
Teacher's Monthly and Term Re
port Cards—DO for $1 at the Tribun
office. These are the report card
used ln all country schools.
AUTO FOR HIRE —I will take par
ties of 2, 3 or 4, out at reasona
ble rates. F. L. Bostwick. Phon
2303, or apply at postoffice, Lyn
NO MATTER how badly soiled or
spotted the garment may be,
Hanover, the Lynden tailor, can
make it look just fine.
DR. VAN KIRK, Specialist in dlseas
es of the EYE. EAR, NOSE, and
THROAT. Glasses accurately- flUet
Dr. McLEOD. tho Dentist, is attain do
ing work at his office, over the Bank.
SHIP YOUR—Veal, Hogs, Eggs and
Poultry to Carstens Packing Co.
Bellingham, and get the TOP PRICE
For best Veal 13 cents. We pay
Cash. Phone Main 2265.
THE CARSTENS PACKING CO., OP
BELLINGHAM WILL PAY 10
CENTS FOR HOGS, PHONES
MAIN C 2 AND MAIN 2265. tf
WANTED —Apprentice boy to learn
printing trade. Tribune Office,
FOR SALE—Choice Jersey Bull Calves.
13. C. Crabtree
KOR SALE —8-horse power Boile
nnd Engine, Hay Cutter, Grain
Mill. Belting, etc. Half Price.
Address J. M. Warinner, South
Bellingham. Wash. 8-1 -tf
GO TO HANOVER, the Lynden tai
lor, and have your clothes ei
ther steam or dry cleaned and
pressed to make them look like
FOR SALE—Stover Gasoline En
gine. 1% horse power, end power
pump complete, suitable for rural
water system. E. W- Bayes, phone
ATTENTION, LADIES! If you have
suits or jackets that do not fit
go to Hanover, the Lynden tuilor
and he will alter them to fit you.
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
Dr. McLEOD, Lynden'spopulardentist
is again on hand to attend the needs
of his patrons. Office over Bank.
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.
Exporters' blanks —Lynden Tribun
When you run out of letter heads, •!!
velopes, statements, bills, business carl"
telephone The Tribune Job department.
Tbe Union Manufacturing Co., wii
bave 4 months more run. Durln
that time we would say to the peo
pie of the surrounding country, nov
is the accepted time to contract fo
your building material, during tb
above mentioned time, as we can cv
to fill any order that may come, wlti
satisfactory prices. Come and tall
with us. We mean business 01
business principles. Your credit I
GOOD. Also we have an odd Draf
Horse—lsoo lpounds, 7 years old
Will exchange for No. 1 timothy ha.
or oats. Union Mfg. Co.
Order Fixing Time for Hearing Final
Report. No. 1887.
In the Superior Court of the State oi
Washington, in and for the Counti
In the Matter of the Estate of William
E. McDaniel, Deceased.
The Admiistrator herein having filed
his final report and petition for distri
bution in the above entitled estate, it
is ordered that Monday, the 4th day ot
November, 1912, at 9:30 a. m. be. and
is hereby appointed for hearing the
same and that all persons interested
in the said estate be and appear be
fore the aforesaid Superior Court in
the court-room of Department No. 2 in
the courthouse at the City of Belling
ham, at said time, then and there to
show cause why the said final report
should not be approved and said estate
distributed to Alice McDaniel and Roy
McDaniel, as the sole heirs of the de
ceased and the persons entitled there
to pursuant to law.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order ne published once a week
for four successive weeks prior to said
date in the Lynden Tribune, a news
paper printed and published in Lyn
den, Whatcom County, Washington,
and posted as provided by law.
Done in open court this 23rd day of
JOHN A. KELLOGG, Judge.
NETERER & PEMBERTON, Attor
neys for Administrator.
Mall for the following named persons
remains unclaimed in the Post office at
I.ynden, Wash., Oct. 24, 1912. If
not called for ln two weeks 11 will be
sent to the Dead Letter office:
Mrs. Walter Balding, Lizzie Casey,
Robert A. Orey (2), Miss Belle
Hofeson, Miss Anna Hanson, Miss
One cent due on each of the above let
ters. When calling for any please say
SATIS W. BESSES. T.U.
HERD RECORD SHEETS—S cents
each—2s for $1.
HERD RECORD SHEETS-priutei
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 the Tri
bune office, 5 cents each or 25 fo
$1. This Is the standard barn re
cord sheet used ln all first clas
Howard C. Thompson Prank W. Bixby
BIXBY & THOMPSON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Court House, Bellingham, Wash.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912.
Interesting Itemi from the many flourishing » town* in the county by our own
—~ ~~ correspondent!
Six young ladies are arranging a
dancing party to be given in Jam
ieson's hall Saturday evening, Oc
Henry Oetchell has purchased the
barber shop ot Earl White.
Thos. Shephard, or Bellingham,
hns a position with the Valley Home
Mrs. R. S. Benton's guests lust
week for a day were her cousins,
Mrs. Iva Iverson, Mrs. Herbert Mur
phy, of Bellingham, and Mrs. Seth
Summers, recently from Michigan.
Misses Lillian Bullock and Helen
Meurer and Mrs. Will Liberty were
Sunday guests ut the home of Miss
Isabel Dow ln Strandell.
Mrs. L. LaPlunt, of Sedro-Woolley
was the guest ot her daughter, Mrs.
H. P. Johnson for several days.
Dr. O. E. Beebe, Progressive can
didate tor coroner, is making a good
campaign and splendid reports are
being received as to his success.
Mrs. W. T. Uermuin, ot Belling
ham, visited her sister, Miss Eliza
beth darkness last week.
Mrs. Belle Fisher and children of
Charleston, Washington, who spent
three weeks here visiting relatives
departed Tor their home Saturday.
Harrison Eggert left for Lake
port, California, Thursday, to be
Vera Joyce visited his rather, G.
C. Joyce, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Shrader left
for Portlund Wednesday where they
will make their home.
Hon. John C. Lawrence and Dan
Landon, two of the state's ablest
Progressives will address the voters
or the Nooksack vulley at Plxley's
hull In Lynden Wednesday evening,
DELTA AND SUNNYSIDE
Hurry Vandermal la on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. B. Oldcmyer of
Lynden, visited at the G. Rutgers
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Weeks spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. C, R. Axling.
Alban Christofferson and friend,
of Index, spent Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodrich vis
ited Sunday afternoon at the Ran
Myron Baldwin is cutting wood
in the Glendale district.
The Sewing Society meets this
week on Thursday with Mrs. O.
B. A. Ajtlund spent Saturday with
liis wife i* Bellingham.
John Axling and family ate Sun
day dinner at the Palmquist home.
Mr. Larson's sister and neice of
North Dakota are visiting him.
A number ot the neighbors or Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Froberg went to their
home on Monday, the men cut
ting wood, and the ladies preparing
a nice dinner for them which all
enjoyed. A nice lot of wood was
the result of the day's work.
Frank Weidkamp has his new
residence nearly completed.
W. W. Johnson made a trip to
Blame one day last week, bringing
home a nice lot or salmon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Froberg en
tertained last Sunday A. G. West
lund aud tamily, C. Erlcson and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Markstrom
Edith Freden, or Bellingham, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mabel Johnson has gone to Bel
lingham for an indefinite time.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Randall are
nicely located in their new home.
LT. S. Senator Poindexter will
..peak at Bellingham next Friday
night, and John C. Lawrence and
Han Landon will address the voters
of Lynden and vicinity at Pixley's
hall in Lynden on Wednesduy e
vening, October 30.
The dance at Hoffman Hall Sat
urday evening was sparsely attend
ed but a good time was reported.
The Reed and Erwln threshing
Company finished the season lust
Mrs. E. W. Dickerson left for
Centralia Saturday afternoon hav
ing been called there by the se
rious Illness of her sister.
A Progressive rally was held at
Hoffman's hall Thursday evening of
last week. The speakers were J. J.
Falkner, candidate for State repre
sentative of the 53rd district and
W. J. Biggur, of Bellingham. A
fair sized crowd was In attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Arkley, of
Vancouver, 11. C, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Pal
mer. Mrs. Arkley is Mrs. Palmer's
An educational meeting will be
held at the schoolhouse Friday e
veuing of this week for the school
patrons of this section ot the coun
try. The county superintendent and
teachers of several schools in this
community will be present to lead
In discussing school matters. The
public is Invited.
The program and basket social
given last Friday at the W. O. W.
hall by the Kendall school for the
benefit of school library was a
Miss Isabel Perry of Van Buren
visited her sister, Miss Mary Perry
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Stoutjesdyk, of Northwood.
visited Mrs. A. Johnson Wednesday
and drove home Thursday.
Mrs. J. N. Triplett and Mr. and
Mrs. Thomns Triplett, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Palmer spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lim
Kendnl Is quite active now. The
cement plant is progressing and a
large crew of men is nt work. The
big crusher has arrived and anoth
er one is expected soon.
Mrs. J. Liming and Mrs. A. John
son visited Mrs. Harry Belle, ot Bell
ingham, last week. I
Little Ardith Palmer is on the
! slck list this week.
Mr. Devore has his potato crop in
and got 450 sacks from a small
piece of ground.
Mr. Cloud on Bob. Hodge. j
The following letter from Mr. Dan
Cloud, of this city, former publisher
of The Tribune, must voice the sen
timent of many other fair minded au I
decency-loving people in regard to
the campaign methods being resorted
to in an endeavor to defeat Bob
Hodge, Progressive party candidate
for governor of this state:
"Editor Tribune: 1 Bin not a
Hodge man; I do not expect to vote
for him. But in the interest of cleat!
government and common decency, I
want to enter a protest against the
scandalous, and I believe, libelous at-1
tacks being made on the man's pri-j
"While in Seattle Saturday and
Sunday I made some enquiry among
men of the highest character, includ- j
ing one professor in the state uni
versity, about Hodge's public and,
private life. Without exception they
gave him the highest commendation j
I heard Hodge speak to between
5,000 and 7,000 people ln the coli-j
sen in. .On the stage with him and]
endorsing him were Senator Pom-,
dxeter, Stute Senator I'aulhamus,'
and that sterling old democrat, "Wat
Horse" White, besides others of |
note, inclduing many women proml-j
nent in Seattle. Hodge received a
great ovation when he came on the;
stuge. He told that big RUdienoej
that Ex-Senator Wilson had offered
him either of two United States,
inarshulshlps, or the wardenshlp'
of the state penitentiary ir he would
not be a candidate for the govern-j
orshlp, and defied Wilson to deny
that he had done so. He told them
that he had been threatened that]
his political and private character
would be ruined if he refused to
withdraw from the race.
Personally, Hodge Impressed me
and all those with whom I talked ns
an honest man. I think he is honest;
and I believe if elected he, and no
one else, will be governor. Moreov
er, I believe ho will be a good and
capable governor. As to the preju
dicial stories being published about
his private life, I am willing to stake
my reputation that such men as
I'aulhamus, Poindexter and White,
men I know and men who know hin
would not support him if n hun
dredth part of them were true. Do
you think so? Does any one who
thinks believe it?
An Open Letter.
Ferndale, Washington, Oct. 12,1912
To the Public:
Inasmuch aa certain misrepresen
tations have gone forth regarding
my attitude as a public official, I
deem It best to make this statement!
to the voters of Whatcom county.
1 have made a few enemies be
cause of certain Individuals I have
arrested, as game warden of this
county. Law violators have been 1
arrested and prosecuted without fear
or favor, and this policy will be con
tinued to the end of my term.
Since my nomination for the of
fice of sheriff on the Progressive
ticket, some of the enemies of law
and order have undertaken to de
feat my election by spreading false
reports and certain criticisms that
are far from the truth, it is nat
ural that law violators should op
pose my election to the office of.
sheriff, but they do not give the
real reason for such opposition; a
few allege the ostensible reason that
I have neglected my duty, but the
criticism* comes with ill grace from
friends of those who have felt the
siing of prosecution for law infrac
As a candidate for the office of
sheriff I come before the people of
this county on the record I have
made during the past three years
as county game warden, and ns con
stable of Mountain View precinct for
In addition to the above, the li
quor interests are against, me be
cause I am "dry." I plead guilty to
this accusation. I am not ashamed
to assert that I am a "dry" man,
and that I have been Instrumental
ln securing the arrest of "blind pig
gers" along with other violators of'
the laws. ;
It may be of interest to many of!
our law abiding citizens to read a
partial list of the convictions for
law violation during the past few
I was the complaining witness and
secured the evidence and conviction
in the following cases: the Pacific
A met lean Fisheries Company, and
The Carlisle Packing Company, for
violating the fishing laws; the Jones
treating case in Ferndale, resulting'
in the conviction of the offender and
slopping the practice of treating in
the public streets; the Hatch
"blind pig" case in Ferndale, con
victed of selling liquor in violation
of law; the Carl A vol la case, sell
ing whiskey to Indians.
1 was also one of the principal wit
nesses in the Stone "white slave"
case, which resulted In the convic
tion of the two parties Indicted.
If I am elected sheriff of What
com county I will make it my busi
ness to see that all law violators are
arrested and brought into court re
gardless of standing, whether corpor
ations or individuals, and on this
platform I solicit the votes ot all
law abiding citizens.
J. M. AITKEN.
ADDRESS TO VOTERS
OF WHATCOM COUNTY
Adopted at Meeting of What
com County Grange, Held
at Blame on Oct. 22.
The Whatcom County Orange at
Blame, on Tuesday, October 21,
1912, by unanimous standing vote,
adopted tho following address to
the voters of Whatcom County:
"We are on the eve of one of the
most important elections In the his
tory of the United States. We
would urge that no voter allow any
thing to prevent the discharge of
the duty of citizenship on Novem
FIRST: Let us remind you not
to forget to vote for tbe constitu
NEXT: Uo not forget to vote
"No License" in accordance With
We urge nil good citizens not to
vote for any candidate. however
good in his private life, who is back
ed by the forces of organised greed
and special privilege.
We think it safe to advise you i
not to vote for any man or any
measure, nor any candidate Hint is
supported by the Bellingham Her
ald and Reveille, since those pa
pers are tho special organs or the
law breaking corporations and of tin
vicious elements in our
ln particular, guard the courts and,
legislature. Let us elect judges, pro |
secuting attorney, and members of|
the legislature who will have the 1
view point of humanity and not of
Beware of the reputation assassin
of the press! Beware of the un
principled wretches who prostitute
their brains to become the filth pur
veyors of big business anarchists.
Such newspapers are unworthy of
being admitted to any decent home.
Here Is All There
Is to It.
The Foundation Rock upon which we
have built our immensely successful busi
ness is VOLUME. On the one hand
we buy the best stocks in all our lines ob
tainable; on the other hand we systematic
ally hammer down the prices and by this
process we make two or more sales to
Others' one or none. This we call good
business and adhere strictly to it.
Fearless Manure Spreaders.
The wide, even, positive spread, that others
imitate but cannot equal. "Fearless*' spreads
8 feet wide in a uniform manner, thus eliminat
ing half the driving, thereby saving 50%.
BAUMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY,?
Cor. 3rd and Front LYNDEN Phone X6ll
Are THE Leaders
In ALL KINDS of
Change in Train Schedule
In Effect Tuesday, October |, 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. 0:50 P. M. " " »
0:05 A. M. 10:45 A. M. Sunday Only
5:35 P. M. 7:15 P. M. " "
BELLINGHAM ARRIVE LYNDEN
7:30 A. M. 8:36 A. M. Daily except Sunday
1:30 P. M. 2:36 P. fcf. " " n
4:30 P. M. r >: :\7 p. Jf, >» „
8:00 A. M. 9:01 A. M. Sunday only
4:30 P. M. 5:31 P. M. " * "
LEAVE LYNDEN FOR SUM AS.'-8:40 AM 11-00
A. M and 2:40 P. M. daily except Sunday; 9:05 A.
M. and 5:35 P. M., Sunday only.
BELLINGHAM BAY & BRITISH COLUMBIA R. R.
Fellow Citizens: This is your
Senator Falconer at Blame
and Ferndale on Mon
day and Tuesday.
State Senator J. A .Falconer, of
Everett, progressive party candidate
for congressman at large, and John
0 .Lawrence, ex-chalriuan of the
public utilities commission under
acting Governor Hay, will address
the x°ters of Ferndale and vicinity
Monday evening, October 28, and
those of Blame on Tuesday evening
Sen. Falconer, while Snohomish
county S representative ln the upper
house of the state legislature, was
found to be RIGHT on every issue
that pertained to the people's inter
Hardin and Pemberton,
Vote for Judge E. E. Hardin and
W. H. Pemberton for superior
judges if you want Impartial de
cisions in the courts.
NOTICE OF LOCAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
an election will be held in Whatcom
County, State of Washington, ln all
those portions of said county not In
cluded In any Incorporated city or
town in said county, for the purpose of
voting on the question of whether or
not the sale of intoxicating liquors as
a beverage shall be licensed.
All persons voting at said election
and desiring that the sale of Intoxlcat
,ing liquors as a beverage shall be li
censed in said district shall vote "for
All persons voting at said election
who are opposed to licensing the sale
of intoxicating liquors as a beverage
in said district shall vote "against li
Said election will be on Tuesday, the
r.th day of November, 1912, the same
being General Election Day, under the
laws- of the State of Washington.
ALEX VAN WYCK,
(Seal) County Auditor ot
Whatcom County, Washington.