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S. H. LEWIS .... Editor and Publisher
Published at Lynden. Whatcom County, Washington. Every Thursday
Entered as Becond-Class Mail Matter at the Postoffice. Lynden. Wn.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year. J'.VOO in advance; Six Months.
$1.25; Cannon and Foreign |1.80. Advertising Kates on Applica
OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM CO.
A PROGRAM FOR THE LEGISLATURE
Hero are a few things we'd like to see the
State Legislature do next month-
Pass a ••sucker-proof" Blue Sky Law. and
pass it again over the governor's veto.
Swat tho Centralia Normal's quarter million
Strike the half-million for the state's military
forces off the budget.
Pass a state income tax. reach the fifteen
hundred millions of untaxed value in the State
of Washington, and lift the tax burden on the
farmer and home-owner.
You can say what you like about the old
horse—you didn't have to tinker with his carbu
rettor every frosty morning.
Since hearing that an insect has been discov
ered at Everett devouring lilacs, one Lynden man
never appears in public without a hair-net over
There is quite a little agitation now for el
iminating the electoral college. The loyal alumni
should rally to its defense.
CONSIDER THE LITTLE FELLOW
A state '.aw that permits a big cannery to
lift tons of salmon from its traps daily, and pro
hibits a Lynden farmer from taking a single fish
for his own use, may be equitable, fair and just.
But it looks like indecent discrimination to us.
Here is something that the legislature might
Fatty Arbuckle seems to be turning around
and walking right out again.
Nobody has tried to flash any of that $200.-
CLEAN BREAD FROM
A CLEAN BAKERY
1307 Pock St.. Bellingham
Just four more days until Twenty-Three
is with v.s. and we hope that you will "skidoo"
through the whole 365 days with happiness
That's our wish for you. In return, you
can tell all the new arrivals what a licking
nr.e p.a.e *..'~..s is to ouy turniture.
F 7l urri.it ur c
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
Phone R 141
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER JS, 1923
000 stolen at Denver on US in payment of a sub
scription. We're watching.
A farmer who gave a Chicago policeman
$1,400 to buy a turkey with, was branded crazy.
A good drumstick costs more than that.
AT THE PUBLIC EXPENSE
Bellingliam shouldn't lack visitors in 1923.
when the news spreads that the city council is
willing to set 'em up.
Eight thousand millions were spent in the
United States this year for Christmas gifts—
hardly a home but what received something in
the shape of fancy suspenders or ivory hair re
A fond farewell. 0 Christmas turkey. Day
by day in every way. you're getting smaller and
Distance lands enchantment to
« • •
People who live on second floors
never blame the cliff dwellers for
• • •
Plenty ef footprints In the sands
of time ahow tides in the above.
• • •
The girl with long skirts doesn't
have to worry so much about holes
to her stockings.
• • •
Many a woman gees visiting ami
hopes the; are r.ct at borne.
• • •
Always drop some mcney in the
collection plats* The char.ge will do
the church good.
• • •
Very tew married couples dance
cheek to cheek.
• • •
There la no use In starting trou
Die. It is a ecl'«tarter.
• • •
. Explorers are trying to reach the
north pole, but they may get cold
• • •
The man on top is lost standing
on hie Mends' shoulders.
t • •
1 No matter what a cus thinks h*
■aji't do. he is ri^ht.
BY X H-NLC
I A PERSON likely grows real :.r-l
, J\ of eating, every day. the warn*
■ " old :h;n.:-= for le eatfeet co it
' wetns. It s scrambled ejtgs. or *.-ft
j boiled eggs, or fixed eomt other ».»y.
' until you fairly en: them hx_your
Then breakfast fOOde are always
' there to test the appetite. The nme
old stor.es. served in usual style. No
wonder paiates fairly shout SUCtS
treatment isr. t right—won t some l '
one change the menu for a while?
It's frarrled ham and hashed ur
sr-is anil this and that and those.
1 until.the morning food does not ap
SeaL A uttle touch of newness sad
1 rhe mini: poodaeoe knows, would
»dd a touch of taste to such a rneai
And. yet. on second thinking wt
j must openly admit that one d-srt all
this line of chatter breaks. It's just
the good okJ-fashior.ed food thai al
wmyt makes a hi: —now who on
earth era turn jljwu bucfcwte*:
On all commodities be
tween Seattle and
Hare row shipments corse oy
Jtes—er Kolabaa, '.eart-g Col
man Dock. Seattle, a: 10: CO
P. M. daily. arrirtng at Bell
i-ghia 7:15 a. m.. next morn
ing. Low rates apply in both
"or full information phone
••Si tell charges paid by Cit
irens Dock Co.
One way to Seattle. filO
Flo and trip. $3.60
IX THE LYNDEN OF
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Erotn The Pacific Pilot
■laauar) 1, u»o;i
J. Meenk and son Arthur wont
Ito WhatCOUl Saturday with c.
j load of bttttar froui tae Lyndon
Edith Axling spent last week
I G. w Worth?*, and ianilly, ej
lata Ethel Worthen and several
i others ate C'r.ristmas dinner at
! the Berth.ueen home.
TEN TEARS AGO
From The Lynden Tribune
Hi —win i 88, 1919
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. ■teffe en
tertained, the John Storrey, Rol
!la Handy. Fred Fisher and T.
, Height families and Mrs. B Col
lins and Miss Nellie Collins at
a Christmas dinner at their home
Last Friday evening the Boys'
Literary Society held a very in
teresting meeting at the school
house. Each boy invited one
man. his father if possible, thus
j bringing \he attendance up to
! about sixty. John Bracken-
I ridge, the president, gave the
I address of welcome, in which he
made every visitor feel perfectly
at home and interested in the
work which the boys are trying
Ito accomplish. He asked in clos
ing that each man forget his
: years and get the most enjoy
' ment possible from the evening.
'Mr. Cline very ably gave a few
. words in reply as a representa
tive of the fathers. This was
followed by a talk or. "Our So
ciety," by L. C. Wright in which
the aims and plans for the year
were set before the visitors, to
gether with a brief outline of
the work already accomplished.
The remainder of the program
was as follows: song. Society;
recitation. Cliff Worthen; Society
Paper. John Wolff and Howard
Worthen: recitation. Donald
Pace: double quartet, eight boys;
reading. Harry Savings; Topic
Report Chester Worthen: compo
sition. George Prick. Debate —
Resolved. that lawyers have
greater opportunity (or advance
ment than civil engineers. The
negative supported by John Wolf.
E'.mer Lund, and Beryl Merritt.
won the decision. The affirma
tive was supported by AlYin Fy
eatt. Gale Edson and Howard
After the program a lunch of
coffee, cake and sandwiches, was
served and a!i voted It one of the
most interesting meetings vet
Melt three tablespoons short
ening, add to it hiif cup molas
ses, half cup of milk. one beaten
egg. then one cup of white Sour
in which you have mixed one
teaspoon sal:, half teaspoon soda
and one cup of bran. Mix we:
and dr? ingredients, then add
one cup dates, stored and chop
ped, or one cup raisiis or dried
prunes, chopped. Turn into in
dividual molds, filling them ha'f
full, and steam one hour, or if
cooked in one large moil steam
three hours. Serve wi:n any
Separate four eggs, beat whites
to a stiff froth, then add yolks
ar.d he a: agiir.. add:r.g gradually
a tablespoon hot water. Have
ready the frying pan whi.h has
beer, well greased, sides as well
as bottom Put :r. mixture, fry
gently until nicely brown on one
side, then put into oven to set.
Spread with finely ground ham
and serve. An omelet can be
spread with Jelly, grated cheese
cr anything liked to make an om
elet taste. It can also be sweet
ened with sugar, spread with a
layer of apple sauce, folded and
served with powdered sugar.
tfPItJTT WORK A.YD
Capital $60,000.00 Surplus 510,000.00
H. U. Berthusen B 0. C rat tree W. H. Jackman
P. M Serrurier W. B. Tender Qriend
D. Vasier Griend
P. M Serrurier. Pret. B C Crabtree. Vive Pres.
W. B. Vaaaer Grieiie.. Casiier
THE SENSATION OF THE AUTOMOBILE WORLD IS
NOW IN LYNDEN
$558. 75 Delivered Here
Five hundred people saw the STAR Saturday here—the best built
car in the low-priced field that money and brains have yet produced. (
When before have you been able to get these quality features in
a low priced car—
The STAR FEATURES
Continental Red Seal Motor.
Timken Rear Axle.
Timken Bearings, front and rear.
Spicer Universal Joints.
Selective Sliding Gear Transmis
sion, three speeds forward and
Single Plate Disc Clutch.
Half-elliptic Springs, underslunjj.
Stewart Vacuum Gasoline Feed
with Supply Tank at rear.
LEWIS MOTOR CO.. BELLINGHAM
NORTH-WASHINGTON LWLDIENT COMPANY
The "Star" and "Durant" Motor Cars
C. L. CRAIGHEAD. Mgr. Lvnden. Wa^Mi^Wu
From every hand, comes evi
dence of greater and more en
during prosperity, with the ap
proach of the New Year.
May each of you obtain your
First National Bank
See the STAR at the
Electric Lighting by Standard
Generator with Storage Fatterv.
Electric lights and starter, com
plete lamp equipment: electric
horn: demountable rims, with ex
tra rim: tire carrier: license hold
er : complete tool equipment.