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Lynden Pioneer Museum uploaded a new video.April 24, 2015 9:33 pm
TABLE TALK: We've produced a lot of shows about World War II in the Pacific Front, starting in last October. Now the exhibits are about to be replaced with a new "point of history focus". Here's a look at the Table Talk that started it all. You still have a chance to see it in person until May 1st.
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Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 23, 2015 3:57 pm
April 22, 1915

COUNTRY KID AMUSES LARGE LYNDEN AUDIENCE – Lynden enjoyed an exceptional treat Thursday night at Jamieson’s Opera House when a group of home talent players produced “The Country Kid” for the benefit of the Epworth League piano fund. Many pronounced it the best play they had seen in Lynden.

BANK ADDS WIZARD IN MATHEMATICS TO FORCE – A mathematical genius that can add and subtract and remember totals and print dates and figures neatly, all at lightning speed, has been added to the force of the Lynden State Bank.
This marvel is a new Adding-Subtracting machine, which the bank has purchased to post accounts, and it is the last word in mechanical perfection.

CLEAN WATER AT ALL TIMES IS AIM - To insure the city a supply of pure, clean water at all times, the city council has approved the suggestion of Water Superintendent W. K. Pixley that the large well at the pumping station be completed.

The will of Jim Yallakanum Seclamantin was filed in the superior court this week, four years after the death of the Indian. The document was witnessed by George Erz, R. E. Hawley and Frank W. Bixby. The estate consists of land near Lynden valued at $1000.

Six aliens were caught right in Lynden this week by Inspector Fuller on their way from Canada. Four were captured Wednesday. Most of the men were Australians.

TIRE VULCANIZING - I HAVE OPENED A SHOP AT THE CORNER OF 3RD AND Front Streets where I will do steam vulcanizing of tubes and casings at reasonable prices. Give me a trial.
A.RADDER

LYNDEN TEN YEARS BACK (Pilot, April 20, 1905)
- Lynden will have a Sunday mail from and after April 30.
- Carr Bailey is putting down a well this week at the rear of the Pilot Office.

LYNDEN TEN YEARS BACK (Sun, April 20, 1905)
- The establishment of the Lynden State Bank is an assured fact. Bids are called for this week for the erection of a brick building to be used by the bank.
- Charles Cline started a restaurant this week in the Eaton building.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumApril 20, 2015 6:28 pm
Selling delicious nummy, tasty strawberries, by the bucket full!

Just print out the flyer and mail it to us with your check!

39.00 per 15 pound bucket, unsweetened pre cut strawberries!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum shared their video.April 18, 2015 6:50 pm
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TABLE TALK: This is our last month of our World War 2 displays, and so we're stepping back to one of our favorite discussions regarding the Pacific Front. Here's the first half of a talk with Bernie Visser
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Lynden Pioneer Museum uploaded a new video.April 18, 2015 6:25 pm
TABLE TALK: This is our last month of our World War 2 displays, and so we're stepping back to one of our favorite discussions regarding the Pacific Front. Here's the first half of a talk with Bernie Visser
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