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\V. 11. PRIDE COMPANY OFFERS
STOCK TO LYNDEN PEOPLE
In the advertising columns of the
Tribune today, the people of Lynden
are offered an opportunity to share
in_a new stock issue of a well es
tablished Whatcom County firm.
The W. H. Pride & Company of
AUTO TRUCK
TRANSFER
ANY TIME—ANYWHERE
Phone R484
Prices Right
WILLIAM WARREN
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
V'
The Ford Model T One Ton Truck was the
first low price truck to carry the worm-drive —
that tremendous power delivering mechanism
had previously been an exclusive feature with
high priced motor trucks. In the Ford Truck,
however, you get the worm-drive of manganese
bronze material, absolute in strength and
positive in the delivery of power, at a very low
price. Come in and let us point out the many
superior merits of the Ford One Ton Truck,
because you need one in your work. We give
prompt and efficient repair service.
G. W. ROBERTSON _~
Lynden
BUY NOW AND GET IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
PUBLIC SALE
BECAUSE I HAVE SOLD MY PLACE AND AM LEAVING FOR CALIFORNIA, I
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT MY PLACE ON FRONT STREET
BETWEEN NINTH AN}) TENTH, ON
SATURDAY, OCT. 16
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
1 Lorain range; 1 heater, either wood or coal; 1 dining room table, 10-foot; 6 dining
chairs; 1 kitchen table and 4 kitchen chairs; 4 rocking chairs; 1 genuine black leather
chair; 1 genuine black leather couch; 1 bedroom set with brass bed, springs and mat
tress, Princess dresser; 1 white enamel bedroom set with bed, springs, mattress and
dresser; 1 bedroom set with white enamel bed, springs, mattress, and oak dresser; 1
sideboard; 1 solid oak combination writing desk and bookcase; 1 music cabinet, rose
wood; 2 pedestals; 1 black walnut stand; carpets and rugs; 1 cuckoo clock; 1 eight-day
clock; all kitchen utensils; all dishes; variety of canned fruit.
2 wash stands; 2 heaters; 19x12 rug; 1 9x10«/ 2 Congoleum rug; 1 round table; 1
hall tree; 1 10x13 Linoleum; 1 oil stove.
Shovels, rakes, and all garden tools. 15-gallon oil tank, half full of oil; 60-gallon
gasoline tank; wheelbarrow, and other articles too numerous to mention.
THE ABOVE FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE IN A-l CONDITION.
TERMS! fSf? AT F* AH sums °* $ 10 or under, Cash. On all sums over $10,6 months
1 EiltxTlu Ur urlLEi. time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 8%
interest. All goods must be settled for before removal. Parties desiring credit should
gee the clerk before the sale.
H. S. STEINHAUER, Owner
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer
Bo]listgliam are offering now $100,-
--000.00 in 8 per cent cumulative pre
ferred stock, secured by all tho as
sets of the company, four tiroes the
amount of the preferred issue.
The Lynden district has been in
terested in the wonderful growth of
the Pride Company, as two of the
berry farms belonging to the instit
ution, are in the Lynden territory.
O.ie of these, the Dan Smith farm, is
on the river road to Everson, ?hile
the. other is on the Glendale pave
ment, northwest of the city. A third
farm is at the Four Corners on the
Ferndale road, one is at Everson and
three are situated between Everson
and Sumas.
In 1014, the company was ostah
llished in a small way by W. H, Pride
at Silver Beach. Sales in 1915 were
j $1,00(1.00; last year, they readied a
total of $410,000.00, the bulk of
Authorized Dealer
AVusliinston
COMMENCING AT ONE P. M., SHARP:
THE LYNDEN TRißUNfii LYNDEN, WAsHr, THURSDAY; OCT, It, 1680
[which was obtained from the sale of
j Pride product! outside of Whatcom
County. The greater portion of this
total was paid out again in Whatcom
County for labor and material, so
that the company has become a great
as ;et to the county in a business way.
Full information concerning the
stock can be obtained from the First
National Bank of Lynden, which is
handling the sales for the Lynden
district.
GLENDALE
Miss Olga Markworth and Russel
Anderson of Bellingham visited at
the A. Markworth home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenreuther ani
son, Ervin. and Emma Markworth
spent Thursday in Bellingham.
Mrs. Emma Henderson spent the
j week-end at her home.
Mrs. Helen McDonald, who has
been visiting at the A. Markworth
home, returned to her home in Se
attle.
Mr. and Mrs. Herey have returned
from their deer hunting trip. They
will go back again soon.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. Messenger last week.
Miss Caroline Loomis visited at her
home during the Teachers' Institute.
Miss Faith Bostwlck visited at. the
Henderson home Sunday.
Milton Reed who is working at
Seattle visited at his home last week.
Mr. G. Preston and daughter, Lor
etta and Abel Bond and Mrs. E. Brun
[ dage went to Bellingham Wednes
day. ' Virginia McOinnis came back
jwitli them.
I Miss Catherine Bergsma spent a
few days at Ferndale at the home of
C. Tawes last week.
I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bergsma and
children of Ferndale were the guests
at the J. Bergsma home at Lynden
'Sunday.
Ava Reed spent Thursday after
noon at the home of Catherine Bergs
ma.
Mr. Preston, O. L. Sheets and Mr.
Miller went to Canyon Lake last week
on a hunting trip.
Will ltdul'll to < niuula
John Bannink is preparing to re
turn to Canada with his family. Ar
rangements are being made to irrig
jate Mr. Hani:ink's land in Canada,
■ and he finds it necessary to return
Iwhile the project is being carried
i out.
DR. HUTCHINSON. Animal Diseases.
Phono 4703 Lynden. • to 4-1
W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
L.EIBCVS
More Than Ever
A deft blending of materials and ornamentations complete the superjb
beauty of each model.
See them and be convinced that we .have good reason for our enthus
iasm.
CORNER COMMERCIAL & HOLLY STREETS, BELLINGHAM, WN.
Pave Roads NOW
Referendum No. 1
WITHOUT INCREASING MOTOR CAR LICENSE FEES
These highways would pass through 2!)
counties and serve approximately 85 per cent
of the population and assessed property valu
ation —connecting all large cities and towns
of the state.
Motor Vehicle Licenses Pay Entire Cost
Estimated fees for 20 years $00,000,000
Bond issue 30,000,000
Leaving $30,000,000
For road maintenance, interest and cost
of collection.
Eliminate Detours Quickly
Fifteen years of "pay-as-you-go" construc
tion has not graded one highway across tho
state and has paved only 153 miles, atlhough
Without Taxation — With No Increase in Automobile License
Fees — Pave 1,516 Miles of State Highway Within Six Years.
THAT'S WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR
REFERENDUM NO. 1 ON NOV. 2
Paid for by Publicity Campaign Committee, Washington State Good Roads Ass'n, 1022 3rd Aye., Seattle
before have we sought to fill the individuality of
every Woman and Miss in our selection of this
season's apparel for women, and more than ever
do we feel that we have been more signally succes
sful in approaching this goal in our present collec
tion of
LEIBO'S
(PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES
SKIRTS AND FURS
AT A REDUCTION OF
10, 15, 25 PERCENT
THROUGH
approximately $17,000,000 has been spent on
the state highway system.
Referendum No. 1 In 0 years will give us
1,516 miles of paved state trunkline roads
connecting all large cities and towns.
Referendum No. 1 releases all road fundi
of state and counties for constructing their
respective systems.
Building and Loan Plan
The simple, financially sound plan that has
helped many poor men to own their own
homes, is the way Referendum No. 1 provides
for paving the state's trunkline highways.
The motor car license fees are bonded and
the cost is paid by the car awners in install
ments so that we get the paved roads now,
while we live.
VOTE"YES"
on Referendum No. 1,
which will give this
state 1,516 miles of
paved highways in
6 YEARS
WITHOUT
TAXATION

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