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CHEVROLET CARS & TRUCKS
HE LIVETH BEST WHO
Our aim is to give prompt and efficient ser
vice to the motorist.
We are continually increasing our stock of
accessories and replacement parts and material
for all makes of cars and trucks.
This will insure you against unnecessary de
lay waiting for parts.
Let Ike Fix It!
Introductory Sale Of
To introduce the CORNHUSKER and PRE
MIER Fabric Tires to the motorists of the Lynden
district, I have been authorized by the factory to
make substantial reductions in prices. These re
duced prices will last for a short time only, and we
urge all motorists in need of tires to take advant
age of this offer now.
These tires are OVERSIZE and HAND
MADE, and are GUARANTEED FOR 6,000
YOU CAN'T BEAT THESE PRICES ON A
Cornhusker Fabric, 30 x 3, $11.00—Tube, $1.75—
both $12.25. Regular price for tire & tube $20.50.
Cornhusker 30 x SVo, $14.00; tube $1.75; both 15.25.
Regular price $23~.20.
Premier Fabric, 30 x 3>/>, $16.80; tube $1.75; both
(Other sizes cut proportionately.)
These are first-class tires, the company pre
ferring to give the auto owner the benefit of the
savings in national advertising and costly sales
methods by using this introductory low-price sys
MORE MILEAGE FOR LESS MONEY
That good SHELL GASOLINE will give you
more mileage for less money. Ask the ever-grow
ing line of truck-drivers who are buying it here.
IT PAYS TO USE SHELL.
We handle Kelly-Springfield Tires, and Shell
Oils and Greases.
LYNDEN BOUGHT CERTAIN-TEED
In re-roofing the city hall, the Lynden council
wanted the best roofing, and they bought CER
TAIN-TEED, of course. Certain-teed is also be
ing used as flooring in the city hall. If you want
quality and the lowest prices, get Certain-teed
Wm. A. Bauman
Phone Main 8
Third St. Opposite Depot
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASH.. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1921
COUNT? PAPERS JOIN IN
j PROTEST ox CLOSING RIVED
' Various papers of Whatcom Coun
ty are joining now with the Tribune
in protesting against the new regu
lations of the game commission In
prohibiting dipping and fishing for
steelhead in the Nooksack.
Says the Uellingham Herald:
The Herald must agree with those
sportsmen who complain that the
game authorities of the state come
to some weird conclusions. One of
I these is that which has brought keen
disappointment- -not to use some
thing Stronger—to fishermen, the
'closing of the Nooksack river to fish
ling during the winter season; which
means dosing it to steelhead fishing.
Here ll a stream which is hundreds
lof miles In length in all its branches,
| which flows into salt water and which
is open the year round. Vet the as
sumption seems to be that, it will
he "fished out" with hook and line.
Netters are permitted to fish at the
mouth of the river and catch thou
sands of fish in season, but the game
authorities appear to think a few
Shivering anglers who are lucky if
they average one fish a day each dur
ing the steelhead season, will deplete
the stream. Possibly they know, but
; their claims and theories are not sup
ported by the opinion of sportsmen,
[who are not game hogs either.
Says the Ferndale Record:
If a fisherman does not entangle
'himself and almost drown for the red
tape, lie may catch fish in Whatcom
county. If that same red tape does
[not cause him lo trip and shoot him
! self, he may go hunting and return
unmolested. He who angles or hunts
these days, it seems, needs a lawyer
on one side and a couple of lookouts
fore and aft.
Things have reached a bad state
When farmers are not allowed to take
enough salmon from the Nooksack
river for canning purpose!. It the
lnau who uses two poles or a dip net
is doing so that he may obtain food
for his own use, no set of sportsmen,
residing in the county seat, state cap
iital or the metropilis should strain
any point to haul him before the jus
The few salmon taken from the
N'ooksack by multiple pole anglers
land dip-netters will not cause exter
mination of the species pisces. The
game wardens, of course, receivi
their orders from "higher up" and
are supposed to enforce the law ar
hidden. When the farmers are re
quired to make the catching of their
; winter's fish supply a sporting mat
jter, somebody is taking too strict in
terpretation of the law.
WiltUll violations of the game and
fish laws should be punished and the
offender given no favor. There are
limits to the common sense side of
; the fish and game laws, however, and
for the recognition of these limits
tlie Record, on behalf of the farm
ers of this region, makes a plea.
E. N. Hutchinson, Veterinarian, tf
YES, WE TAKE SUBSCRIPTION!
tor the Bellinghani ami Seattle pa
fiers at The Tribune office.
DR. OTIS. N. FARLEY
.iffire over First National Bank
DR. VAN KIUK, Specialist in dls
eases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and
THROAT. Glasses accurately fit
ted. Bellingham Nations! Bank
Building, B°'.!lr.phara. tf-c
DR. B. V. MOUNTER
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office iv Oyk Building
LYNDEN ... WASHINGTON I
No Medicine No Surgery
Graduates ot the Palmer School
(the fountain head)of Chiropractic
Woodward & Woodward
3<>2-n Sunset Bldg., ncllingham
Spinal Analysis and Consultation
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS— Lynden
Lodge. No. 137 meet., every Mon
day evening at the 1. O. O. F. hall
All Knights are cordially Invited
to attend. R. F. JONES, C. C,
W. G. HEMMING WAY, K. R. & S.
Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, Solf Steel,
Tool Steel. Brass. Lynden Welding
& Manufacturing Company, 3rd and
(front St., Lynden. 1-1-tf-o
Did you ever stop to consider
how much money you lost on your
last STOCK DEAL by not getting hi
to ti i'li with—
OBItTBL BROS. BLAINE, WASH.
Phone 301 Hlalne
ACTION OK BOARD ON DANCING
MEETING WITH WIDK APPROVAL
The action of the Lynden school
board in deciding to enforce the state
law prohibiting high school students
from attending pubic dances, Is meot
ug with wide-spread approval.
Several newspapers have already
commented favorably on the matter,
among them being the Hlaine Journal
and the Bellingham Herald, Said the!
Herald Monday night:
The Herald congratulates the
school bourd of Lynden on Its deter
mination lo safeguard, to the extent
of Its legal ability, Ihe morals of the
school children or Ihe Nooksack me
tropllis—Just that. We see in the
board's action nothing Strait-laced or
puritanical. The board warns I bat [
pupils in their minority who attend
public dances, frequent pool balls or
indulge in smoking or drinking are
In peril of suspension or expulsion.
It may seem beyond Ihe province of,
the board to do these things, yet
there is a state law which upholds tin
hands and it is within lis rights. One
would not deny thi children their In
nocent pleasures and pastimes, bill It
may be asserted emphatically thai Ihe
public dance has led to the ruin of
thousands of young people who did
not realize or who did not reck lis
temptations. Primarily, Ihe home Is
the place for discipline ami direction,
and no public institution can or
should become a substitute for It, but
if the parents have the co-operation
—not to say the admonitory sug
gestion— of the school authorities,
they may find their task made easier. ,
It may be set down that no student
whose mind runs to public jazz and
the ivories will be a success in school.
It is better to cut out the frivolous
than the tasks of the classroom.
DR. C. H. McLEOD
Office in Dyk Building;
liYNWEN ... WASHINGTON
Lioorrr h Mvm Todacco Co.
Because I am leaving Lynden, I will offer for sale
at my place, 12IK Front St., at end of pavement, on
Commencing at One o'clock P. M.
1 Groat Majestic Range; 1 3-hole wickless Blue
Flame Oil Stove; 1 Heater; 1 oil heater; Round
Oak Fx tension Dining Table and dining chairs;
kitchen table and kitchen chairs; 4 rocking chairs;
1 Library table; couch; sewing machine; Rug, 8-3 x
HMJ Axminster; 1 carpet, 9x12, Axminister; birds
eye maple dresser; 3 iron beds, springs and mat
tress; 2 galvanized wash tubs; 1 galvanized boil
er; 1 washing machine; child's auto; canned fruit
and other articles too numerous to mention.
E. A. IViese
M. Vander Griend, Auctioneer \\\ B. Vander Griend, Clerk
THEY DO IT!
We spent years experi
menting with different blends of
tobuccos to obtain
— a new flavor
— a more pleasing aroma
* —and to obtain what is more
important still —the one thing
that smokers have always wished
a cigarette would do—
And Chesterfields tZo' 'satisfy."
For in Chesterfields the to
baccos —Turkish, and Hurley and
other choice home-grown varie
ties — are blended differently —
and better —to give you and all
smokers that greater measure of
Have yoa teen tha new
AIR-TIGHT tin, of SOT