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THE. LYNDEN TRI&UNE
j M. LEWIS EDITOR ...J PUBLISHER
Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Wsshington. ETerr Thursday.
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at tie PoatoSice. Lynden. Wash.
gTJBSCRrPTIOM RATES—One Tear. $2.00. in *^^f^^ on i^V, $I 'ld-
Outside Whatcom County. »;.»u a year. Canada and foreign, jju.
Tertislng rates on application.
The way in which justice is being
;e? >'. anuni c;w- a-, -.he Whit
corn County courthouse is enough to
turn the stomach of a Pirate
O-e writer says that a German
mark is worth two r*Bji»hes now. It
would take a wagon-load of them to
buy one of our famous American dol
Travelog on auto stages is soon
ta be robbed ot much of its aitrae-
Uoa. A new ruling would require
• it -very passenger have a sea: so
RICK 0K CORD WOOD
FIR AND ALDER
PHONE RS24 LYNDEN
1307 Dock Street. Bellingham
Covering your Kitchen Floor with Linoleum
adds much to the cleanliness of that room. When it
becomes soiled, a quick mopping will cleanse it
Just now, we are showing our entire stock of
linoleum and rugs at very attractive prices.
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
we won't be able to hold somebody*
wife en cur '.ap anymore.
Many of our young people who
spent Tuesday in Be'.lingham report
a delightful Two-Lip Festiral.
TWO FIXE PLANTS
Lynden people should make an
excursion to the dairy association
plant and the poultry association
buildings if they would really know
their city. These two important in
dustrial plant* that hare sprung up
in the la.-", few months are being con
ducted on a far larger scaie than the
ordinary citizen thinks The poultry
association force is handling more
| than two carloads of tees a week,
and the dairy plant is rapidly nearing
its goal of 100.0000 pounds of milk
daily. Both institutions are giTing
employment to large staffs.
Visit these two plants. Boost for '
them They are institutions concern
ing -w'-. ■"- Lynies may fee', proud
They are getting so particular
:hb tract* tniicsi. Irani.*. «'*jh Thursday may s. im
about road and traffic rules, that <t
won'; be long before they'll prohibit
our young men driving with the reins
wrapped around the whip.
Haven t seen W W s name in
the newspapers for a month now.
THEIR OWN JOB
Guarantee bonds are et:l! at the
First National Bask awaiting the sig
natures of those interested in curb
:r.g :'. the N;.k?i a Tie;
sh :u. d be - cr.- : it once as it :s
only by their own efforts that the
river men can receive aid. Governor
Hart can't help then. Windy talks
won't pay the bills of a preliminary
surrey. Tee legislature won't meet
i for two years to appropriate any of
the State's money for improvement
work. Congress i;r.': grant a
the proper -.•rgiciia:::- has
been effected It's up to the river
fßre ice the Mils art a stout ash rt'ak
At. i the turf beneath my feet.
And a leafy tree to rest beneath
In the height of tie noontide heat
Q'.rt me the road, tie leaf gray road.
As :t warders o'er tie RdU,
Pas; the !v-.e4 church and the larrhwjod
And tie oumh'.:r.g rtor.e-tootr.'d sa.ll
Give me the moors that stretth around
luXe a gray and purple wreath.
Aid Hm topping c.ouis. ar.i the sotting
And the winds arross ths heath.
dirt am the dew on the meadow grisa
As it glints in the light of morn:
Ar.d the r*T**T tans, and the gem my poola
At the hour when tee night is bora.
Give me but tie*e—*cl the winking
When the lor? glad day is done.
Then r-re SS4 a frier.d to share it ail
A fried—and only one:
—T. W. N Foster la Poetry Review
Midget* Developed Well.
Twin daa?hters born to a New
Brunswick couple in lCw»6 weighed on* 1
and one-ha'.f posjßdi each, and meas
ured thirteen inches In length. A
common tea cup would go over the'.r
heads. They are now strong sr.?
healthy girls at the age of fourteen
Fjrsjt Memoriea to Return.
ltM memory of snag*, hymns an 2
other music Is first to return In the
case of soldiers who lost their mem>
ries from shell shock.
i Asbestos Used by Romans.
Two thousand year* ago the Romans
n*e«! a>b«?sto* for wrapping bo-ilea
the: were to be cremated.
Two World Famous Stars
in a wonderful picture of the great
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
The Charming Girl who made the
A clever circus story that rings the
bell a< one of the cleverest sure fire
comedies ever put on the screen.
"Wids" Daily the leader of New
York's critics — This picture taker,
from "A Mountain Europa" is the
very best picture of Miss Minter's ca
reer MONTE BLI'E is the leading
man. A Cumberland Romance is a
"Shrine of the Silent Art - '
A Savings Account is a most accomodating shelter
from the storms of Financial Troubles. It keeps
you high and dry from the rains of Indebtedness.
Every person who as yet has not learned to save
part of his or her income each week should take
this hint. Open an Account with us to-day and let
us contribute A% interest.
Come in and talk it over with us.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. C. Berthu»«B
P. If. Sarrarlar, Prea.
The Great PAPEC
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE TO THE FARMERS OF
THE LYNDEN DISTRICT THAT WE HAVE TAKEN THE AGENCY
FOR THE PAPEC PNEUMATIC ENSILAGE CUTTER.
We invite you to come in and see the PAPEG and note its many
points of superiority. We feel confident that you will agree with us that
it is the best cutter on the market, everything considered.
THE PAPEC WILL CUT AND ELEVATE WITH LESS POWER THAN
ANY OTHER BLOWER CUTTER. The chief reason why the Hp* does
more work with less power is that it does not depend entirety upon the
air blast for elevation, but throws as well as blows. It will throw ensilage
from 15 to 20 feet without the application of the air blast.
Owing to the arrangement and angle of the fans, a patented feature
of the Papec, the ensilage leaves the Hitter at a point where it receives the
full centrifigual force of tho rapidly revolving knife-wheel. A powerful
air blast concentrated in a pipe of small diameter strikes it while in motion
and completes the work of elevation begun by the throw of the wheel.
Neither force does all of tho work. Tho cutting and elevating i s done by
the same wheel: there is no lost motion; no power is wasted.
The Papec is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction.
NORTTI-WASIfINGTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY
C. L. CRAIGHEAD, Mgr.
B. C. Crabtree
P. M. Sarrurier
W. B. Yaaaer Qrleaa. Cashier
W. H. JaeVraaa
W. B. Vander Griend
B. C. Crabtree, Vloe-Prae.
I yndrn. Washington