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THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE S. H. LEWIS .... Editor and Publisher Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday Entered as Secend-Ciass Mail Matter at the Postofliee. Lynden. Wr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES—One Tear, K.C'O in advance; Six Months. j:.£6; Canada and Foreign $1.5 c. Advertising Rates on Applica tion. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM CO. OUR LYNDEN OFFICIALS Lynden has been fortunate indeed in its choice' of officials for its city council and school board. Expenses have been lowered, and affairs have been wisely administered. The out-going officials should certainly be urged to serve again. The crown prince gets a new mamma Sun day. We hope we don't have to scare the moths out of our winter flannels real goon. THE PORT PROGRAM The program of the port commission which will be presented to the voters in December, is purely a preliminary one. necessary for the prop er organization of'the work. Its adoption will call for no expenditure of money—all bond issues of any kind must be voted on separately. The plans'should be endorsed so that the commission may proceed further with its program. At least an acre of fine spruce trees were used up to furnish the paper for all the political nonsense and free-space campaign clutter sent us this fall. AND NEXT TUESDAY Vote for temperance and law enforcement Tuesday. Cast your ballot for James F. Laytham for sheriff. The slate b —Newman for deputy, if Durham Is elected proseeuting-attorney. The proseeuting-attorney's office is one of the main strongholds in the campaign for the enforcement of the liquor laws. Ana Gruber is CLEAN BREAD FROM A CLEAN BAKERY WHEELER'S BAKERY 1307 Dock St, Bellingham Iron Beds Special $5. 50 Double iron beds, white and Vernis Martin, continuous posts. These beds were made to sell for £11.00. Frank Knapp's F^urxkiture FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING Phone R 141 * » » » » » » » Store Lynden, Wash. THE LY»EN TRIBTOOE. LYNDXN, WASHINGTON. THTRSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1922 pledged to do his utmost to keep Whatcom Coun ty "dry." The Lynden district could get along without an extra levy for its schools if the 90-10 plan car reid. Last year, seven mills extra tax was nec essary. All this talk about the 30-10 plan raising tax es is purely speculative. There is nothing in the bill to increase school expenses—and if the local boards keep expenses down, taxes in the aggreg ate won't go up a penny. If you want to swat the poll-tax. vote "Yes" on Initiative Measure No. 40. Three amendments to the state constitution will be "on the ballot—an act to permit the trial j&f people who commit offenses on a train, in the county in which the conveyance is passing: an act to' make state appropriations available with in one month after the next fiscal biennium: and an act to raise the pay of the members of the legislature from 55.00 to $10.00. » * » • We favor this last, but we don't think it will pass in these times of economy. Five dollars is mighty poor pay for stoking on the "Ship of State." Referendum Measure No. 13 would tie the hands of the public health authorities in the case of an epidemic of small-pox. diphtheria, scarlet fever, and other serious diseases, in the public schools. Vote "No" on No. 13. Arrests were made this week of promoters who promised to transmute lead into silver. Many suckers were led away from their silver. We're still waiting hopefully for Doctor Brown to set Elliott Bay on fire. SUGGESTIONS FROM LYNDEN'S COOKS Sponge Cake 4 eggs. 1 iup sugar. 1 cup rice flour. 1 tbsp. lemon juice. 1-8 up salt. tsp. B P. Separate whites and yolks. Bea: yolks, add lemon, sugar then flour mixed with salt and B P. Fold in well beaten whites of eggs and bake in moderate oven Apple Pie 4 large appies. 1 cup sugar, l-l tsp sal:. 1 tsp. butter. \» isp. cinnamon. 1 tbsp. lemon juice, and grated rind of one No Other Food Has the Nourishment of Bread A loaf of good Bread is food and tonic in one. In itself it contains all the es sentia! food element* —food for bone, food for muscle, foor for brain. —- A»k your Grocer for Good LY.\DE\-MADE BREAD It's Alwa}> Pure SANITARY BAKERY LOWER FREIGHT RATES On all commodities be tween Seattle and Bellingham HaTe your efciptneEts come by Steamer Kulftan. leaving Col man Dock, SeatUe. at 19:00 P. M. daiiy. arriving at Bell iEgham T:ls a. m., next more icg. Low rates apply in both directions. For full information phone SS2; toll charges paid by Cit izeas Dock Co. CHEAP PASSENGER FARES One way to SeatUe. $2.10 Ronnd trip. $3.60 * * » » # * * * • * » * » * half lemon. Enough lor one pie. ] RiWMii Hie S cups of raisins, 1 ~ cups i boiling water. cup sugar. 2 tbsp. corn starch. £ tbsp. lemor. juice. 1 tbsp grated iemon rind. 1 tbsp grated orange rind and 1 whole orange. Cook raisins in boiling water for | minutes, pour into it su gar and corn starch, which hav r been mixed, cook until thick, re move from fire and add other in gredient*. Oatmeal OoaUH 1 cup of brown sugar. 1 cup of white sugar. 1 cup of lard, or butter. I cup? of oatmeal. £ cups of white flour. 1 tsp. of cinna mon. 1 tsp. of sail. ; -_ tsp. of so da. Drop from spoon. Walnuts and raisins may be added if desired. SIMMON- In the Superior Court of '.he State of Washington. In and Tor the County of Whatcom Runcveig Oliver. Piair.tit*. vs. John Oliver. Defendant The State of Washington, to John Oliver. Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty i (,(■ i days 1 after the date of the first publi cation of this Summons, to-wit: within Sixty 1601 days after the 1 S>th day of October, l&ii. and, defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at torneys for plaintiff, at their of five below stated, and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against fot ac cording to the demands of the complaint, which hts been filed with the clerk of said court. The ob;ect and prayer of .aid action are to obtain an absolute decree of divorce from said de- Get the facts about your eyes. Have a com plete scientific exami nation by Woll. the Op tometrist. Fitting glas ses is his specialty. 205 West Holly St.. Belling ham. BRING YOUR SHOES TO LYN DEN'S LEADING SHOE SHOP We'll Fix Them Right BAJEMA & ROOS fecdant on the grounds cf aban donment and non-support. PEYBEF.TOX & SAMPLEV. Attorneys lor piaintii;. P. O. Address: 34 5-k First Mat*] Bank Blic . Belknghan:. Washington. first pubiicatijn Oct. lf>. li-Si. Last publication Not. £3. iS"2£. K( -444? NOTICE OF PINAL HEARING In the Superior Court of the State cf Waahi&CtOfl In and for the County of Whatcom In the matter of the estate of Join Our Christmas Phonograph Club Here is an announcement that will bring Christmas cheer to mam homes in the Northwest. The number of machines sold on this excep tional plan will be limited, as we were only able to secure a limited sup ply this season. Tneplar is ol e and > splendid opportunity. The BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS included in this club are the world standards of tneir kind. They are well known, nationally advertised guaranteed in every way by the manufacturers and by ourselves. Pay Only $1.00 Cash Marie your selection from any of four models. Make your payment of only u SLOO.Ti our machine wu.be tagged xvith your name, stored free of further charge, and delivered anywhere you warn it at Chrial mat time In the meantime you can make small weekly payments of $1 00 The bal ance remaining after Cbriatmaa is then divided into twelve eoual and convenient monthly payments. Ry the time Christmas is here you will have a substantial amount already paid. CHOICE OF 4 BRUNSWICK MODELS FROM WHICH TO SELECT and. included in the price of each machine an twelve double face record* of your own choosing These may be selected at Vv >ur convenience any time between now and Lr.nstmas for delivery with your phonograph * A complete line of Brunsnkk Records carried in stock. Let v* play your Favorite Selections. LAID OFF And no immediate prospects of position? Nothing to tide you over. What then? Thousands side-track just such possibilities by starting a Savings Ac count, drawing interest semi-annually, which is generally conceded to be a good SILENT PARTNER Get one of our small banks which we fur nish our depositors, to-day and start the sav ings habit. First National Bank Capital 850,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 DIRECTORS H. L Berthusen B C. Crabtree W. H. Jackmaa P. M. Sen-urier W. B. Vander Griend D. Vander Griend OEFICKPJi P. M Serruner. Pre? £ C Crabtree, Vire Pres. W. B. Vander Griend. Cashier John Burgraff. deceased. Notice is hereby given that 01 -r?:gr.ed executor of the last «*QI and testament of John Burgraff. deceased, has filed her Final Report and Petition for istributioa and Discharge as ex ecutrix with the clerk of the above named court: and that said court is asked to settle said ac count and report, distribute the estate to the persons entitled ereto and discharge the execu trix; and that Monday the 6th day of November. If>;2. at 9:3e A. M. at the court house in the BEIUINOHAM, WASMINvUVN city of Bellingham, Whatcom County. Washington, have been ftied as the time and place for hearing the same, when any per f.--r.s :r.:-r--"vi ;r. sa.i estate file objections and contest the same. Dated this frth iav of October MARY BVRGRAFF. Executrix of the Last Will and testament of John Bur graff. deceased. K. B LE COCQ. Lynden Wast^pton. Attorney for Eie.utrix.