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THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE
S H. LEWIS • EDITOR, and PUBLISHER
Published at Lytden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday.
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Postoffice, Lynden. Wash.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES —One Year. $2.00. in advance: Six Months. $1.25;
Outside Whatcom County. fS.SO a year. Canada and Foretgn. $0.00. Ad
vertising rates on application.
THE VOTE SATURDAY
Lynden's schools are closed now
for the summer. County Superin
tendent Robin declares that unless
the district carries its seven mill ex
tra levy Saturday and cleans up a
portion of Its back debts, the doors;
may not open this fall.
This sounds like a threat, but be
hind it is a real punch. Lynden's
school district is some $11,000 on
the wrong side of the ledger, due to
high costs during the last few years.
The county treasurer and county
auditor may refuse at any time to'
issue and pay warrants of the dis- 1
DR. C. H. McLEOD
Office Over Lynden fetate Bank
LYNDEN - • - WASHINGTON
WITH THE ELKS AT FERNDALE IN
THE PIONEER PAVILLION
Saturday, June 4
Auspices of B. P. O. E. Social Committee, Assisted
by Ferndale Elks
ELKS TEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA
PUBLIC IS INVITED
Admission $1.00, Tax 10c.
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We make a special effort to aid
those starting out in house-keeping.
We carry many inexpensive lines of
furniture, and can get you just what
you want. And we guarantee that
the prices will be lower than at the
catalogue houses or city stores.
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
trict. which is in exactly the same
position as a man with an overdraft
at the bank. The bank may tell him
to stop writing checks.
So that Saturday. Lynden will vote
on whether to keep its schools open
or not. A few think it would be a
good thing to close down; those who
ibelieve in education will want to
keep them running at any cost.
And even with the extra seven mills,
that cost will be three mills under
the levy this year, as a result of sa
vings already made by the Lynden
Now that June 1 is here, many of
our good people are taking advan
tage of the reduced railroad fares to
blow in everything they have made
in the last fourteen years.
People who have managed to en-
Ladies Tax 10c
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE. LYNDEN, WASH THURSDAY JUNE 2, IMI
I Joy their meals in reasonable com
fort all winter are now eating ants
and dust and cinders at picnics.
365 MEMORIAL DAYS
A Memorial Day is an excellent
What we need is 365 of them each
year to remember our living soldiers
and sailors who served their country
in time of need.
Support your school board Satur
day at the polls. They are making a
fine record of economy. Their re
quest for a seven mill levy, three
mills less than that of last year, must
not be denied.
Broadway will open its eyes this
week, when those 2.000 Lynden
ohickene. nicely dressed by Manager
Wills, arrive in New York.
After the new state law goes into
effect next week, the auto stages
won't be able to pack 'em in on the
bias four deep any more.
SCARING THE REGENTS
A plan to build a big hotel on the
University of Washington's land in
the heart of Seattle's business dis
trict has been turned down by the
I'niversity regents. They did not
consider the proposal as fair to the
University. Seattle newspapers are
frothing and yelping for a recall of
the regents. Here's hoping that the
regents will continue to look them
straight in the eye, and say "No!"
whenever they try to tamper with
the University's leases or lands.
We warned you! Don't blame v?
now if the sheriff grabs a silk shirt
or two to pay your poll tax.
A wonderful intense grip
A BIG SHOW
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
A Farce of
College and Cowboys
A "Potpourri" of Spice;
Speed and Spontaneous
It's a 6-Reel Rex Beach
You are assured an evening
of rare fun!
Such is the theory of saving. It is not the small amount of money
which starts your Savings Account to-day that counts, but what
that amount will grow to in time to come. A dollar put away to
day will be worth considerably more in a year from now because
of the interest it has earned for you.
Hence, there is a hint for everyone who has not acquired the Sa
ving habit. Take what few dollars you can spare today, bring
them to us and watch how they grow while in a Savings Account
here. Whenever you need them, you can get them with the Vr
interest they have earned while in our hands. Think it over and
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I > nden. Washington