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WHICH ONE ARE YOU?
THK FINANC IAL STORY OF 100 AVERAGE AMERICANS
•AT AGE 45 —11 niore have died; 16 in all. 4 only are wealthy;
all the Otheri rated at age SS as having resources having lost
their accumulation. 65 are still working and are self-support
ing hut without other resources. 15 are no longer self-sup
porting, owing to illness, accident, etc.; a few still earning
something, hut not enough for self-sunpcrt.
\T AGE 55—4 more have died, 20 in all. 1 has become very
rich 3in good circumstances; hut not the same 3 quoted at
age 45 for one who was wealthy at 45 has lost everything, and
another not quoted wealthy at 45 has taken his place. 4G are
still working for their living, without any accumulation. 30
are now more or less dependent upon their children, their rel
atives, or upon charity for support; some still able to do light
work are being replaced by younger men .
AT AGE 65 10 more have died, making iU in all out of 100. 1
is still rich. 3 are wealthy, 1 of those who lost everything be
fore 45 having again become wealthy. 6 still at work, self
supporting. 54 are dependent upon children, relatives or char-
At'aGE 75 —27 more have died, making 63 in all, 60 of whom
left no estate. 2 only are wealthy, three who were rated wealthy
at 65 having lost their accumulation. 35 are dependent upon
children, relatives or charity. These old men will die off rap
idly but their financial condition will not improve, and 33 of
them will not have sufficient means to defray funeral expenses
The premium on Thrift la greater today than ever before. No
man should fail to provide against being one of that majority who
die without any estate for their family, or who reach old age de
pendent upon children, relatives or charity., llegln saving now.
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK
LYNDEN SCHOOL NEWS
April B—Save the date!
The grade basket ball team won
from Nooksack, Thursday afternoon,
with a score of 43-13. ,
The eighth grade has the march
ing banner this week. The judges for
the next two weeks are Leota White,
eigthth grade; Roland Shagren. sev
enth grade; and Roberta Waples,
The third graders have made some
fine black and white water color
Manuel Van Dyke. Robert Bruns.
Dr. Scholl's Foot-Eazer will give
you the foot comfort you have long
wanted. It will relieve your tired
aching feet and support weak ankle;.
Dr. Scholl's Foot-Eazer is scienti
flcafly constructed to correct the cause
of foot suffering and may be comfort
ably worn in any shoe. Whether you
have fallen arches, flat feet, painful
corns, bunions or callouses, inflamed
aching Joints, pains in your heel or
tired inefficient feet, remember
Corrective Toot Appliances
and that they will give quick relief and
We carry a complete line of these
foot comfort appliances and remedies
and have a man who has been specially
trained in Practipedics and under
stands tnoroughly the Dr. Scholl's
method of foot correction. Call in
any time —no charge—no obligation.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF PLUMB-
ING AND ELECTRICAL GOODS. ALL SIZES
OF PIPE AND FITTINGS.
GET US TO FIGURE ON YOUR JOB. ESTIM
LYNDEN PLUMBING & LIGHTING CO.
Telephone Main 90
Mary Steams, and Garrett Van Dyke
have returned to the first grade after
absence due to illness?
Mrs. Ashton visited the third and
eighth grades this week.
Opal Kilpatrick has withdrawn
from the eighth grade, as she is mov
ing to Canada.
Anna Hookstra of the second grade
brought a quart of milk every day
Miriam Pasma has returned to the
first grade after being absent with
Mrs. Hornum, Henry Shagivn, Jr.,
and Winnifrod Bode visited the 4th
Lewis Boysen and Harrison Foun
tain of the second grade brought Miss
Johnston some beautiful blooming
daffodil bulbs for the window box.
Miss Nessen's second grade has a
grocery store now and the children
do practical arithmetic, buying and
selling and making change.
The sixth grade chose sides' for a
spelling contest a month ago. with
Elinor Weeks and Opal Bayes as
leaders. Friday the month was up
and the losers -gave n party for the
winners serving sandwiches, salad,
pickles, and cake. Hazel Austin, Le
la Tharp, and Leoila Gale had Inn
per cent during the whole month.
Burton Lauckhart returned to the
fourth grade after absence due to
Miss Johnston's second grade re
ceived little ribbon badges last Pri
sons for a month. Almost all who
day for having perfect spelling les
had not missed school during the
month earned one.
Dorothy Lade visited the first
Friday, evening. April the eighth,
is the date. Keep it open!
PARENT-TEACHERS ChVB TO
HEAK PROF. KLEMME SPEAK
The Parent-Teachers' Association
will meet Monday night at the high
school to hear Prof, E. J. Klemme of
the Bellingham Normal speak on the
training of children. All are invited
H. s. Bteinhauer visited In Lynden
this week. Air. Steinhauer returned
last week from an auto trip to Cal
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks for the assistance given, and
the sympathy expressed, and the
beautiful floral offerings, sent us in
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
10 A. M.—Sunday School.
Classes for AH Ages.
0:30 P. M. —Young People's Service.
11a. m.—Sermon, "The AnaWQl' of
1 Easter lo the Question of the Ases."
CHAS. BAKER, Minister
Why Xot Come?
You're Welronic at This Church
CARP OF THANKS
Mr. & Mrs. Bert Vander Griend
Tflfi i/jfrfOEN tßifiUNit, LYNDEN. WAiM.. THl'KSiv* v. mar ii, ml
Lynden Department Store
New Apparel For Easter!
Easter and Springtime again! Yes, and all the new apparel of the season is here, ready to glad
den your eyes after months of heavy winter things. , .
Our Mr. Waples has just returned from eastern markets, having made purchases of the latest styles
in dresses, coats, suits, skirts, footwear, men's and boys' suits, dry goods, etc.
Come see the styles — enjoy the displays — and make selections while the showing is at its best.
And you may be sure that in the merchandise you buy here every detail will be correct, quality first, class
and prices always reasonable.
$12.50, $15.00, $19.75, $22.50 TO $28.50
With the arrival of additional styles, our
showings offer extremely interesting selections
for the Easter buyers. New models, irresistabiy
feminine, with their alluring soft draperies, new
ly designed sleeves, sometimes short, sometimes
three-quarter length. All in all, the most likable
silken frocks we have ever seen.
All the favored fabrics are here — Canton
Crepes, taffetas, mignonettes and satins. Draped,
Ruffled and Tailored Models. They come in youth
ful and youth-giving models, in styles suitable for
every occasion—street, business and party frocks.
THE NEW SPRING SUITS
Spring is always looked forward to with great
expectations. First, because it brings nice weath
er ; then again, you can wear your Spring suit early
and get more stylish wear out of it.
A suit that is modish and fits properly gives
one a striking appearance, and if you want a real
smart, fashionable model, one which will be admir
ed, come to this store and make your selection.
No description or illustration can do justice
to the wonderful fabrics and styles. They have to
be seen to be appreciated.
All wool Jersey Suits $16.75
Suits of fine quality, all-wool French Serges,
and'Tricotines, all silk lined, 22.50, 25.00, 30.00
JAUNTY SPRING COATS
To all who are thinking of a new spring coat,
our displays will present opportunities of striking
interest. Correct style, excellent fabrics, and el
egance of appearance coupled with our moderate
prices, makes this the logical place to buy your new
coat $11-00 to $42.50
Children's and Misses' Coats $6.00 to $12.50
THE NEW SKIRTS ARE REVELATIONS
While styles are diversified, each model boasts
of some individual style treatment not to be found
in the ordinary skirts.
The showing is unusually alluring, affording
ample opportunity for choice from all the popular
styles, colors and fabrics.
Silk Poplin Skirts $3.50
Silk Poplin Skirts, embroidered, $4.50
Serge Skirts, plain and pleated... $5.00 to $10.00
Wool Plaid Pleated Skirts, in many pleasing
patterns $7.50 to $12.50
Black Taffeta Skirts $6.50
The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothes
Though pric£ is a big factor today when buying
clothes, it should not determine your purchase.
Quality and satisfaction cannot be found in cheap
clothes—and it is a known fact that cheap clothes
cost more in the end.
Satisfaction is assured only through thought
ful designing, skillful tailoring and trimmings,
correctly put togtehr. This is the element you will
find expressed in our new spring suits made for
us by Hart Schaffner and Marx and the Cloth- \
, craft people.
• Hart Schaffner and Marx New Spring Suits
$40.00 to $60.00
Clothcraft New Spring Suits... . $25.00 to $38.50
Don't overlook the Clothcraft all-wool Serge Spe
cials in brown, gray and blue. $30, 33.50, 38.50
32 in. Romper Cloths, short lengths 25c
27 in. Dress Ginghams, short lengths 19c
36 in. Percales, good quality, 22'/ 2 and 25c
Daisy Bleached Muslin, yard 19c,
8- 4 Pequot Bleached Sheeting 65c :
9- 4 Pequot Bleached Sheeting 70c
9-4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 59ef|
86-in. Pillow Tubing, good quality 35c
H 40 in. Pillow Tubing, good quality 40c fi
45 in. Pillow Tubing, good quality 45cfl
' 42 in. Pequot Tubing '... 50c-i
Table Oil Cloth, lights or darks 39c
SILK PETTICOATS $3.50
To accompany the new spring and summer
frocks, these Jersey silk petticoats are most ap
All silk Jerseys, accordion pleated, in many
beautiful shades. These petticoats are wonderful
values at our prices. Only $3.50
NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN
AND YOUNG MEN
"Putting the Best Foot Forward" is ever so
easy when it's prettily shod with a new Springtime
Ladies' Brown Kid 2-Button Fancy Strap
Ladies' Black Kid Cross Strap Slippers... $5.75
Ladies' Black Kid 2-Strap Military Heel Slip
Ladies' Brown Kid Theo Tie Slippers, mil
itary heel $5.00
Ladies' Mahogany Lace Shoes, 7 1 /- in. Top, 1%
Military Heel " $6.75
Ladies' Black Kid Lace Shoes, in, top, in
three styles $4.50
Men's Black Chrome Lace Shoes, all solid,
former price $8.50, new price $6.00
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Men's Chocolate Chrome Lace Shoes, all solid,
former price $8.50, new price $6.00
Men's Black Chrome Lace Shoes, all solid,
made by A. H. Weinbrenner Co., Milwau