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THE, LYNDEN TRIBUNE
S. H. LEWIS .... Editor and Publisher
Published at Lynden. Whatcom County, Washington, Every Thursday
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the POstotfice. Lynden, Wn.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES—-One Year. $2.00 in advance; Six Months,
$1.26; Canaaa and Foreign $2.50. Advertising Rates on Applica
OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM CO.
THE DIRECT PRIMARY
The direct primary probably has many faults,
but just remember this —
That never in a million centuries would such
aggressive, progressive young men as Fred Mc-
Elmon and Edwin Gruber been chosen at one of
the old party conventions.
Not in Whatcom County, anyway.
Doesn't look as if William Randolph Hearst
will represent Washington in the United States
senate this trip.
The Episcopalian* this week drafted a new
prayer to use for fie president of the United
HARTER & WELLS PIANO CO
Bellingham's Oldest Music House
211 East Holly St., Beilingham
STEINWAY and Other Pianos and Player
Pianos —Easy Terms.
VICTROLAS—Easy Terms—No Interest
Records and Sheet Music
WHAT ARE YOU PAYING
WE ARE SELLING NO. 1 COMMON
FOR $18.00 M AT THE MILL.
BUFFALO LUMBER COMPANY
PHONE 1808, LYNDEN
CLEAN BREAD FROM
A CLEAN BAKERY
1307 Dock St.. Beilingham
Our policy of underselling the city stores
and the catalogue houses has been a winner.
We have the catalogues right here to
prove we can save you money. You are in
vited to come in and compare prices.
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
Phone R 141
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN", WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1522
States. And if these coal and railroad strikes
keep up, Harding may need it.
Swiss manufacturers are complaining because
nobody in Europe is buying timepieces now.
Ought to be a market in Germany; the Watch on
the Rhine is badly battered.
One jeweler in Lynden sold seven diamonds
An automobile dealer delivered four new
cars in Lynden.
Sounds like prosperity, doesn't it?
The trouble with many a public budget is
that when it comes to extracting the fancy high
taxes out of it, you can't budge it.
Herbert Cuthbert, executive secretary of
the Pacific Northwest Tourist Association, es
timates that between forty-five and fifty million
dollars was spent in this section this season by
tourists. Whatcom County will have a real share
in this crop with the opening of the Mt. Baker
road and the establishment of a good hotel in the
TrKtfrti Cheese Sandwiches
Cut slices of bread not too
thin. Have grated cheese ready.
' Sprinkle between two slices of
bread like a sandwich, but have
jthe outsides of the bread buttered
instead of the inner sides. Fry
jln butter until the cheese has
melted and the bread is crisp and
brown. Season well. Serve hot.
1 cup of powdered sugar, 1
level tbsp. cocoa, mixed. Cream
In butter the size of an egg. Add
1 tablespoon of vanilla and coffee
enough to make the mixture of a
consistency to spread. The Coffee
should be extra strong.
Two tbsp. butter, 1 tbsp. flour,
4 tsp. cocoa, 1 cup boiling water.
4 tbsp. sugar, 1 tsp. vanilla. Melt
the butter In the saucepan; mix
the flour and cocoa together and
stir into butter; add gradually
the hot water, stirring and beat
ing each time; cook until it
thickens. Just before serving, add
the sugar, vanilla and a pinch
of salt if necessary. Fse more
cocoa if liked stronger. This
sauce will be found excellent for
cottage pudding, dutch apple
cake, steamed apple puddings,
ffOMEfft APPAREL OF QUALITY
BE LI.ING HAM, WASH
On all commodities be
tween Seattle and
Have your shipments come by
Steamer Kulshan, leaving Col
man Dock, Seattle, at 16:00
P. M. daily, arriving at Bell
ingham 7:16 a. m., next morn
ing. Low rates apply in both
For full information phone
992; toll charges! paid by Cit
izens Dock Co.
One way to Seattle, $2.10
Romnd trip, $3.60
IN THE LYNDEN OF
TWKXTY YEARS A<;o
September 11, umkj.
School opened Monday With
164 pupils enrolled.
The Lynden Department store
has installed an excellent show
case in the dry goods department
and a new delivery wagon is also
Mr. Douwe De Young who last
week purchased the fine ranch
through C. A. Beavers and Co., j
has returned to Lemars, lowa, for.
Ed Philo has severed his con
nections with the Lynden Depart
, J. Helder who is employed at
Pasadena, Cal., returned to the
city this morning having spent
some time with his parents.
TEX YEARS AGO
Sepi ember 19, 1012
Mr. P. A. Clarke and George
Bruce left Tuesday for their fu
ture homes in Montana. Their
families will join them later.
Missts Helen. Tillie and Elsie
Meurer. Cecil Watson and Messrs.
Will Meurer. Gale Edson and
Hal Cline made a merry hay rack
party to the hills Sunday.
Miss Rae Sain went to Seattle
l the first of the week where she
will meet Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Knapp. who are coming from Cal
ifornia to make their home in
Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knapp
will also return home.
DR. S. S. HOWE. Practice limited
to the EYE. EAR, NOSE, and
THROAT. GLASSES FITTED.
Courtesy Barber Shop
Do Not Use Surgery
Monday and Tuesday
Sept. 25 and 26
Office Hour.s: 9 a. in. to 3 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
XO CHARGE for EXAMINATION
The doctor in charge is a grad
uate in medicine and surgery,
and is licensed by the state of
Washington.He visits profession
ally the more important towns
and cities and offers to all who
call on this trip, consultation and
examination free, except the ex
pense of treatment when desired.
According to his method of
treatment he does not operate
for chronic appendicitis, gall
stones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils
He has to his credit many won
derful results in diseases of the
stomach, liver, bowels, blood,
skin, nerves, heart, kidney blad
der bed wetting catarrh, weak
lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg,
ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get
better do not fail to call, as im
proper measures rather than di
sease are often the cause of your
long standing trouble.
Remember the date, that ex
amination on this trip will be
free, and that his treatment is
Address: 336 Boston Block,
I Minneapolis, Minn.
QUALITY WORK AND
Will bo at
Is the keystone of this banking institution.
We employ only such methods in our busi
ness, as will make this bank the safest place
for your savings.
Faithfulness to our trust to the public, has
been one of the secrets of our success.
The first consideration of the management of
this bank, is the safety of the depositor's
Upon the above basis, we invite your account.
4'« interest is allowed.
First National Bank
Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00
H. C. Berthusen B. C. Crabtree W. H. Jackman
P. M. Serrurier W. B. Vander Griend
D. Vander Griend
P. M. Serrurier, Pres. B. C. Crabtree, Vive Pres.
W. B. Vander Griend, Cashier
Special Offer On The
Moline and Litchfield
If interested in the purchase of a manure
spreader this fall, it will he worth your while
to investigate our SPECIAL OFFER that we
Mill make for the next sixty days. This offer
will actually allow the spreader to pay for
NORTH-WASHINGTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Distributors for Moline and McCormick Lines
C. L. CRAIGHEAD, Mgr. Lynden. Washington