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is clean; our meats are fresh, tender,
delicately flavored; our weight is
true; our charges fair! and our ser
WE INVITE YOU
to call here, give our meats a trial
and see if wo cannot satisfy you in
every particular. We aim to merit
Ray Hookstra, Proo.
Phone M 22
Service - Sanitation - Satisfaction
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rinehart left
Tuesday for a visit at their old home
in Huntley. Nebraska, and a stay
with friends at Denver, Colorado.
On Sunday their children and other
relatives gathered at the family res
idence for a farewell party before
their departure. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. John Rinehart and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. George Rinehart
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rine
hart, Mr. and Mrs. George White and
family, Mrs. L. D. Krouse. and Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Breckenridge.
Lynden people who took part in
the Shrine ceremonials and festivities
over tho week-end in Seattle were
Mr. and Mrs. George Frick, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hall, and Mr. P. M. Ser
rurier. Mr. Serrurier was one of
the candidates who crossed the burn
Mrs. R. Haveman is ill this woek.
Miss Jennie Vander Griend was
Mrs. F. E. Kelsey is recovering
from her recent fall.
Miss Helen Wilson, Clyde Wilson
Sanders, Godfrey and Jack Schneider,
Carl Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Morris attended the Odd Fellows
Whist club in Ferndale Monday ev
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kohler called
on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen, Sunday
Mrs. Simons and Mrs. Pitman of
Buffalo corner called on Mrs. E. N.
Mr .and Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Geo.
Craine attended the Tulip Festival
In Bellingham Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Dunker and Mrs. F. Dan
iels of Lynden, visited at the home of
Dr. Hutchinson, Saturday.
P. J. Jeffcott aud family attended
the Tulip Festival Tuesday.
Mr. G. Schneider was a dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell and family
Miss Blanche Larhy and Mr. L. B.
Carter, of Friday Harbor, spent Sun
day at tho Sargent home.
Dr. and Mrs. Hutchinson and
daughter Ruth, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Dunker, of Lynden.
Mrs. George Willey, (laughters
Florence and Evelyn and Mr. and
Mrs. Van Sargent attended the Pro
hibition lecture given in Lynden Wed
Mr. und Mrs. Kohler, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Morris, attended
the Dairymen's meeting in Beling
ham, Saturday. There was a large
crowd in attendnnoe.
Miss Norma Weeks of Lynden vis
ited Evelyn Willey Sunday.
C. A. Kohler and family were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Oreen of Ferndale Friday evening.
Mr. Nels Jordan is able to be out
and oversee the work again.
Mrs. Joslin of Bellingham is plan
ning on moving onto their new ranch
O. E. Wilson and family were vis
itors of the Tulip Festival Tuesday.
The many friends of John■ Hoistra
will be glad to hear of the successful
operation he had on his neck several
weeks ago. He is expected home in
a few days.
Richard Kohler is on the sick list.
Charles Kohler and family spent
Tuesday in Bellingham taking in the
Miss Ruth Thompson returned
home Tuesday after spending ten
days in Sumas. 1
ASKS LYNDEN TO AID
Lynden Chairman Appeals For Ad
ditional Funds T« Send To l'n-
Have you done your bit for the
starving millions of China yet?
Lynden's subscriptions have reach
ed a good total, according to Chair
man W. B. Vander Griend, but the
need now is even more pressing than
before. A special "China Famine
Week" has been designated for May
1 to May 8, and all are asked to send
their subscriptions in to Mr. Vander
Griend this week.
Just how great the need is may be
seen from the following letter re
cived this week by Mr. Vander Grind
from national hadquarters of the re
"In addition to thanking you again
for the interest in the plight of China,
which you have manifested through
your subscription, the American Com
mittee for China Famine Fund takes
this opportunity to transmit to you a
cablegram from the American Com
mittee in Peking, which gives the def
inite assurance that .your subscrip
tion has reached the famine victims
in China and has been effective in
saving human life.
'•The cablegram reads as follows:
Peking, April 3. 1921.
"Secretary of State,
Washington, D. C.
Lamont from Stevens. Funds pre
viously provided have been practical
ly exhausted by grain purchase for
consumption before May 1. The most
critical period in the famine will be
subsequent six weeks preceding the
harvest late in June. Leaves, greens
and bark are nearly exhausted. Im
minent danger that people will de
vour growing grain unless helped.
All relief grain delivered free; prac
tically all relief workers serving with
out pay. Trying to help themselves,
victims have unroofed houses and
sold timber. Farm implements, house
hold utensils and clothing sold to
buy food. Farm animals sold or eat
en. Funds hitherto contributed have
saved millions of lives. This cable
[approved by entire committee.
"The American Committee hopes
you will be interested also in the ac
tion it has taken in response to the
foregoing cablegram, namely:—the
Issuing of a call to all its committees
to join in a special week, to be known
as 'China Famine Week,' which will
last from May 1 to May 8. May we
ask you to use your good offices
with your friends and aeqaintances
to interest them, if possible, in clos
ing efforts to raise funds?"
TIMON BASKET SOCIAL PROVES
GREAT SUCCESS) $«5 NETTED
The Parent-Teachers' Association
meeting and basket social at Timon
Friday night proved a great success.
Many pretty baskets were brought,
some of them of very unique design,
and these were auctioned off by Mike
Vandergriend. The sale brought in
$C,5, which will be used for the ben
efit of the school.
A humorous program was given, and
Mr. Louis Holder sang several solos,
with Miss Johanna Breen as accom
panist .and Miss Breen gave an in
Mrs. De Don, who was formerly
Miss Gracla Wolfe, visited the C. R.
Axling home Saturday aud Sunday.
Mrs. P. A. Clarke and Percy Clarke
accompanied by Mrs. Anna Gaskill.
of Lyndon, motored to Bellingham,
Simon. Steven, Herman and Henry
Stremler were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Bartelds on Friday evening.
Nellie Vander Meer is improving
In health after being seriously 111 for
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Seattle,
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. Bruce on Wednesday evening.
Mr. A. R. Tucker, superintendent
of Official testing of Washington vis
ited at the Maplerose Lane Home
Mr. and Mrs. R. Van Diest had as
their guests on Sunday evening, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Stremler and children.
Mi. and Mrs. J. Bartelds, Mrs. G.
DeGraff and children were guests ol
Mr. and Mrs. L. Vail of Wiser Lake
Mrs. T. O. Mills, sr., and Mrs. R.
Madley and Steven and Beryl Had
ley were entertained at dinner on
Thurssday evening, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bruce.
Mr. F. Stremler, Simon, Herman,
Henry and Johnny Stremler were
Bellingham visitors Tuesday,
Misses Nancy, and Dena Verduin
wero guests of Mrs. C. R, Axling on
Mr. Larson and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Gunderson and daughter from
New Westminster were guests of
Mr. and Mrs, A. Benson on Sunday.
The P. T. A. will meet on Friday
evening. Election of officers will be
held. Everyone Is expected to be
frtfi iwibitii fRtBiTNE, iMvwi, wash., Thursday, may 5, illi
Lynden Department Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner and^ar^tothes_
Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Dresses
The same exceptional value that is apparent in Suits, the same degree .f saving, is here, too, m these
beautiful dresses of taffeta, serge, and tricolette.
There isn't a model included that isn't distinctively detail
short sleeves, drape skirts, and the very new ruffle effects. It is practicairy »g™ , gee theße
the novel conceptions of spring styles which these su ts and dresses display, won y
in the newest shades of blue, brown, tan, gray and black.
Priced at $14.75 for Suit or Dress.
Spring House Furnishing Sale
Our insistence on quality as a basis of all our purchases of *BffS8 ff S £3ESrto
at all times of true economy. Spring lines are now in comptete readmessto
such an extent that individual preference can be easily gratified. ot vaIUCS ™ C
should be an encouragement to those who have postponed the purchase of things lor the nome.
Curtain Nets and Madras
You know that you promised your
self that you would never wash those
curtains again. Now housccloaniiiß
ls here, don't go to the bother of
washing and mending again when
you ran get new ones at so little cost.
36 inches wide, plain white curtain
net, fancy border 15c yard
36 inches wide Flowered border, cur-
tain nets 29c yard
36 inches wide Cream Curtain nets
3fi inches wide Colored Madras for
overdrapes 50c yard
30 inches wide Bdue Bird Fancy Cur
tain Nets ilWc yard
Linen and Linen Finish
Suitable for Roller or Ten Towels
15 In. wide Linen Finish crash
18 in. wide Linen Finish crash
17 in. wide Linen Finish Blue Bor-
der Crash 20c yard
17 inches wide Linen Blue Striped
crash 25c yard
White Bed Spreads
Make tho Boudoir complete; nothing
look* nicer in a room than one of
these snowy white quilts on the Bed*
and reasonably priced too.
Size 72x80 White Bed Spreads
Size 66x80 White Bed Spread
Size 81x90 White Bed Spreads
Size 72x84 White Bed Spread seal-
loped and cut comers. .SI.OO each
Size 78x84 White Bed Spread seal-
loped and cut corners. .$4.75 each
Size 78x88 White Bed Spread seal-
loped and cut corners. .$4.05 each
Size 82x94 White Bed Spread, scal
loped and cut corners. .$5.75 each
Ready Made Pillow Slips
Size 42x30 Daisy Muslin. . .35c each
Ready Made Sheets
Size 72x90 Wearwell Sheets
Size 81x90 Wearwell Sheets
Just a few stitches on one end and
hem the other and in a jiffy they are
ready for use.
36 Indies wide Wearwell Tubing
40 inches wide Pepperell Tubing
42 inches wide Homespun Linen
Finish 42 Mc yard
45 inches wide Homespun Linen Fin
ish 45c yard
Watch for $1.00 Week-May 23-28
36-in. Bleached Daisy Muslin 19c yard
36 in. Bleached Crystal Spray Muslin. 16c yard
These unusual values in Ladies' Shoes should
be of interest to you.
Ladies' Wing tip Brown Brogue Oxfords,
$9.00 value for $7.00 pair
Ladies' Black Kid Strap, Baby Louis heel,
$7.00 value for $5.00 pair
Ladies just notice the saving onthese two shoe
Ladies' Genuine Black Kid Lace Shoes, mil
itary heel, $9.00 values, for $5.75 pair
Ladies' Patent Leather Pumps, Louis heel,
$7.00 values, for. $5.00 pair
Shoes for the Man who Cares.
Men's Walk Over Brown Oxfords, $9.50 val
ues for $7.50 pair
Men's Brown Outing Lace Shoes, $5.00 values,
for $3.75 pair
Don't overlook the Children's and Little Gent's
Shoes. Their feet are most important.
Child's Brown Lace Shoes, solid leather. Val
ue $4.00 for $2.75 pair
Little Gent's Brown Lace Shoes, $4.00 values,
sizes lOi/o tol2V 2 for $3.00 pair
25% Off AJAX TIRES
He who rides must pay the bill. Let us help you
pay them. Buy your tires here and
SAVE 25 PERCENT
25% Discount from LATEST LIST. Our entire
stock is offered at this saving. None reserved.
Every tire fully warranted.
Buy now and save 25%!
With every 49-lb sack of Centennial Best Flour
we will give you one 5-lb sack FREE.
This means a saving to you of 22c per sack or
88c per barrel.
Every sack guaranteed or money refunded.
Free Coffee! Free Coffee!
This week only, with every 3 pound can of
Country Club Coffee, you will get a 1 pound can
The China Section
Has an exceptionally good offer in Old Eng
lish Dinner Ware.
42-piece set Old English Johnson Brothers Dinner
Set for $17.45 Set
42-piece Set Dainty Gold Band Dinner Set for
7-piece Star Cut Water Set for $3.00 Set
Plain White Cups and Saucers, Set of Six for $1.75
GLAD NEWS FROM THE
Free Flour! Free Flour!
Mercerized Table Damask
As white as a lily and linen finish
that will take an expert to tell them
from real LINKN, A good assort
ment of patterns for your choosing.
64 inches wide Mercerized Table Da-
mask fI.OO yard
72 inches wide Mercerized Table Da-
mask 91.16 yard
72 inches wide Mercerized Table Da-
mask *1.35 yard
I Size 18x18 Mercerized Napkins, half
dozen for f2.fM>
56 inches wide Blue and Red Fancy
Check Table Damask.. $1.00 yard
One of the most essential of all wash
day needs Is a good clothes wringer.
Iron Frame rubber rolls, Clothes
Wringer, warranted one year
—5.1 V) each
Wood Frame rubber rolls, Clothes
Wringer, warranted three years
I Wood Frame rubber rolls Clothes
Wringer, warranted five years
I —98.00 each
Bargains in Bedding
Our Bedding Department is full of
exceedingly good Bargains in all the
leading brands of sheetings.
8- 4 Pequot Sheeting OSc yard
9- 4 Pequot Sheeting 70c yard
8- 4 Wearwell Sheeting.... 65c yard
9- 4 Wearwell Sheeting.... 50c yard
Willow Hampers and
None better made and will last a
No. 1 Willow Clothes Baskets for
No. 2 Willow Clothes Baskets for
Medium size Clothes Hampers for
Large Size Clothes Hampers for
Turkish Bath Towels
Better take stock of your bath room
Huplies for these Towels are extra
heavy and priced extra ordinary low.
Size 15x28 good quality Hand Tow-
els 15c each
Size 17x34 Quest room Towel
Size 20x40 Bath Towels, extra heavy
Size 22x45 Bath Towels, extra large
The most important of all bed room
requirements is a nice soft pillow.
We have them In blue and white
stripes and fancy satin striped ti«k-
Ings and filled full of nice soft fea
Blue and white striped ticking pil-
lows 91.15 each
Fancy Btriped ticking pillows
low *- •• •• 92.00 each
Fancy striped ticking feather pil-
Fancy satin striped ticking feather
P'Hows 92.50 each