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Bulk Coffee For
20c per Pound
Try our Roger? 1921 Coffee in Bulk. You
don't pay for fancy labels or tin cans and boxes—
every cent goes for good coffee.
We have priced it at only 20c a pound.
YOU ALWAYS SAVE ON BULK GOODS AT
THLS STORE —ASK FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Bulk Sunmaid Raisins, per Id 25c
Bulk Lard, per lb 20c
Bulk Peanuts, per lb 15c
Bulk Shortening, per lb 15c
Bulk Macaroni, 3 lbs. for 25c
Bulk Ginger Snaps, per lb 20c
Bulk Ghiradelli"s Ground Chocolate, per lb 35c
Bulk Hershey's Cocoa, per lb 30c
FINE WLNESAP APPLES
We were fortunate in getting some Choice
Winesap Apples that we can sell at $1.90 a box.
Order yours today.
While it lasts —
White Linen Soap, per bar 5c
Borax Soap, per bar 7c
Try the new Wunder Polish—it's simply great
for all purposes. 25c a can.
We handle the best silver polish on the mar
ket—Wright's Silver Cream, 30c a jar.
ALL KINDS OF CHICK FEED
We have all kinds of feed for the poultrymen.
Chick Feeds. Chick Starter, Chick Food. Devel
oping Food, Chick Mash. Developing Mash, Bone
Meal, Grit, Etc.
GARDEN TOOLS AND SEEDS
STAB MERCANTILE CO.
DELTA AND SUNSHINE
Among those who attended the Tu
lip Fentiva! in Bellirigham this week
were Mr. and Mrs. \V. H Jackman.
Mrs. Herbert Day and family, Mrs.
V.'. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. John Ailing
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Telgenhoff and family, Theresa, Eg
bert. Ernes,t and Gerrit Holtrop. Lot
tie and Ervin Kuchenreulher. Emaa
Markworth, Joyce Bostwick. Allie
Vander Mey. Thelma Helgath. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred De Hoogh, Iftae Nor
aine Shuett Mildred and Ruth An
Mr. E. Gelms spent Saturday with
Mr. Fred WiUetta.
Miss Letha Ducommuns and Flor
ence Hodgeman visited at the Buffalo
school Tuesday afternoon.
The title of championship which
Sunshine had earned in Spelling was
deferred to the North Prairie spellers
by the County Superintendent this
week because there had been some
misunderstanding when Sunshine re
i i-ived the title.
Rev Kalingberg, who is in charge
of a Children's Home in New Brit-
aln, Connecticut, delivered an ad
dress at the Baptist Church Friday
Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson
have aii their house- guests this week
Mrs. John Lindstrom and children
Miss Letha Ducommun was the re
cipient of two beautiful May baskets
this week, one being given by Mildred
und. Ruth Anderson and Alice and
Mabel Larson, and the other from
A surprise was given Mrs. Henry
Vander Yacht at her home last Fri
day evening in honor of her birthday
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE
Come out and try the New Drink and Boost
SPECIAL ON SOAPS
THE BEST POLISHES
Ed Eerkes, Proprietor
anniversary. Refreshments were
served to Mr. and Mrs. W. Telgen-
hoff and family; Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Vander Yacht and children. Mrs.
J Le Compte, Mrs. Ida Blow. Mr.
and Mrs. J. De Bruyn. Mr. and Mrs.
J. y. Helgath. Miss Gertrude Boice.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Boice. Mr and Mrs.
Andrew Vander Yacht and family,
and Robert and Albert Blow.
The Delta Literary Club will meet
in the near future at the home of
Allie Vander Mey and all members
are to be present.
A numbr of ladies came in to re
mind Mrs. E. Markstrom of her birth
day anniversary Friday afternoon,
and after a very pleasant afternoon,
refreshments were served to Mrs. J.
Axling, Mrs. P. Axling. Mrs. E. O.
Ol::on and Mrs. J. Froberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Voungdyke spent
Thursday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Vander Yacht.
Mrs. Frank Detwtler and daughter
Lu< k are visiting with Mrs. P. O Ber-
thuson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Erickson and
daughter Lucy are visiting with Mrs.
P. O. Bf-rthuson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C Erieson and daugh
ter liatMl, Mr. and Mrs. John Axling
and children, and Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Axling were among those who attend
ed a birthday party for Mr. B. A.
Axlund at his home in Lynden Wed
Mr. and Mrs. T. Weidkamp and
family and Miss Evelyn Vanderyacht
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. P. O. Berthuson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Telgenhoff
and family spent Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderyacht
School was held at Delta and Sun
shine until 11 o'clock Tuesday, so the
(Made in Whatcom County)
SATURDAY, MAY 14
fllS LYK&EN TBXBCSB, LYNDEJi, "*'ASH TH'.'RSDA V iIAYb Itii
%CTO CRASHES INTO RULING
ON HANNBGAN RIVER BRIDGE
Y;.n rant driTe fast over the HhL-
Errcgr :~ t w»: i:.:
get away without a visit to ths re
Severe". haTt tried it. and it can't
In H tea."! safe la go much ov
er fifteen miles an hoar around the
Ai. C i».Mf.: c :' G H
Griffith harried Sanday morning on
'.he torn on the bridge, and cra?h»-cJ
into the r*:;ing. breaking two wheels.
•i;-:..:.r ± !-:.i-r *
er. and denting the side The engine
A son of Mr. Griffith was dr. Ting
the car. and four otherE were with
him. No one vis injured.
MANY STORE TO CLOSE HERE
W RING MAY FESTIVAL FRIDAY
A number of Linden's stores will
etas* Friday afternoon from 2 to 4
to permit employes to witness the
May festival of the grade school on
the high school lawn. All th% grade
school children will take part.
EARL.MA Rl SCO TO REPRESENT
LYNDEN IN DECLA>L\TORY
In the declamatory' contest, which
wil be he.d Saturday. Lynden will
be represented by Miss Earima Rus
co. whose selection will be Edna
Ferber's "His Mother's Son."
LADIES AID SOCIETY OF CHURCH
TO HOLD FANf Y*WORK SALE
The Ladies Aid of the Second
Christian Reformed Church will hold
a sale of fancy work and many other
hand-made articles such as aprons,
children's clothes, etc.. on Friday er*
er.ing. May 13. at I o'clock at the
First Christian Reformed Church
All are invited.
The Kensington Club members and
their husbands were entertained Fri
day evening at the Lewis residence
by Mrs S H. Lewis and Mrs. B. W
Loring. Spring flowers were used as
and five hundred
was played during the evening. The
guest- were Mrs. Bracken. Miss Ben
nett and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gotchy
Mr. and Mr?. McCully and three
children, who have- been spending
several months in this vicinity, re
turned to their home in Michigan
Miss Ethel Walsh was with a party
of young people who enjoyed a mo
tor trip to Vancouver Sunday.
A party of forty-nine people of
Bellingham belonging to the Moose
Lodge surprised Mr. and Mrs. C. A
Johnston at Wisermoor ranch Sat
Mr .and Mrs. Phineas Bellingar.
Mr. and Mrs. McCully motored to
Captain and Mrs. Harry Fletcher
are rejoicing over the arrival of a
son April IT. The young captain is
named ' Harry Charles."
Miss Edna Andersen spent the
week-end with her parents here.
Mrrs. Burgess enjoyed a surprise
visit from her brother. V. E. John
son and wife and son who motored
from Seattle Tuesday.
Miss Hutchinson of Laurel was an
overnight guest of Mrs. Walsh and
Mr .and Mrs. Cockins and daugh
ter Dorothy of Vancouver. B. C are
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cog
Miss Beatrice Dahlquist visited at
the C. A. Benson homo near Everson
from Sunday to Wednesday of last
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wolfe and little
daughter, and the two Miss Keenys
of Bellingham, were Sunday visitors
at the Austin Wheeler home.
Miss Beatrice Dahlquist went to
Seattle Saturday. She will visit at
the home of Mrs. Mary Wilson, for
merly Miss Mary Shields of Laurel.
Mr .and Mrs. Duvall and family
made a trip to Held, Wash.. Sunday.
Henry Hardin of this vicinity was
chosen to be a contestant from the
Meridian High School in the Declam
atory Contest at Lynden May 7.
pupils could attend the Tulip Fes
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Mey
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Vander Mey Monday evening.
Mrs. Pauline Dickman of Lynden
is staying with her mother. Mrs. G.
Rosnau, who has been quite ill.
Mrs. Emil Anderson spent one day
last week with Mrs. E. Markstrom.
~ CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
who extended sympathy by word or
deed, and by the beautiful floral of
ferings, in our recent bereavement.
MRS. H. LAUCKHART and Family
WILL LAUCKHART and Family.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to all our kind friends for the
beautiful floral tributes and their
sympathy expressed druing our be
MR. & MRS. H. A. STAUFFER
Great Sale of Cloth and
A COMPREHENSIVE VARIETY OF STYLES
Superb Fabrics! Typical
Newton's, Inc. Quality and
Style. Expert Workmanship.
Dresses for the Street, Afternoon, Business, Travel,
Striking Colors, Rich, Dark Tones, Delicate Hues!
See window display. No sales or reservations before day of sale.
NEWS OF LYXDEN
Ms*s C=rtfcu T.oosst-who us.i«"»ca:
an operation for appendicitis at the
St. Joseph's hospital in Bellingham.
is improving rapidly.
Mrs. Roubos, who was operated
on at the St. Luke's hospital recently
is improving rapidly.
Mrs. J W. Ricehart left Wednes
day morning for Oroville. Wash.,
to visit for several weeks with her
Dorothy Noordeloos had an oper
ation performed on her throat Wed
nesday in Bellingham.
Mrs. J. Trapman is expected to
arrive in Lynden Friday. On her!
way from Oregon, she stopped with
friends in Snohomish. She will make
her home with her daughter. Mrs.
A baby shower was given last
Thur.-day at the home of Mrs. Ed
Knapp for Mrs. Sprague's adopted
The Lynden Knights of Pythias
were gue:?Ts of the Deming lodge on
Born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Crabtree. a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Meurer and
children are spending a few days at
the home of Mr. Meurcr's mother.
Mrs. Lizzie Meurer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Theel of Lyn
den spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr*
Mrs. W. A. Reid returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Burg Reid and little
daughter Lois are visiting at the W.
A. Reid home.
Miss Jennie Dykstra of Rellingham
spent Sunday with her father. Mr. V.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nunn and
children Cecil and Wilber Nunn of
Lawrence spent Sunday at the Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ennen of
Bellingham visited at the Gerrit Vel
eke home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Gerrit Notohoom and daugh-
; ter Bessie, went to Bellingham Tues
day to the Tulip Festival.
I Mrs. Lizzie Meurer and Mrs. Will
! Meurer went to Bellingham Tucsdav.
Mrs. W. A Reid has received a card
from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson
of Cashmere announcing the arrival
iof a ten pound boy. Mrs. Patterson
was Miss Birdie Tillman of Fern
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Veleko and
children went to Bellingham Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Burg Reid and Mrs
.W. A. Reid spent Tuesday evening
•at the home of Mr. George Oltman
' at Greenwood.
The Riverside School was furnish
!ed with new desks this week.
WMtHH APPAPEL Of QUALITY
Monday, May 9th
Truth all through—news, editorial arid advertising—
is The Tribune's standard.
Tribune readers take absolutely no chances when
buying from the stores that advertise in The Tribune.
Advertisers will sell exactly what they offer in the col-
I umns of this paper—this we guarantee. In case of any
' misrepresentation. The Tribune will pay your money back
promptly if the merchant does not.
Charter No. 11S0S Reserve District No 1 2
I REPORT OF CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Lynden. in the State of Washington, at the cloae of bn»ln«*f on
April iS. IS2I
a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (ex
cept those shown in b and c> MOS I*o TO
Total loans 403.160.Tit
I i Deduct:
i I d Notes and hills r .discounted with Federal
Reserve Bank (other than bank acceptances
f, old > •; • if.s::.is Itd.dSl r *
uverdrafts. secured, none, unsecured 1 *4' ■
V. 8. OmflMM securities owned:
D AlUMher I'nited States Government Securities. 40,050.tt
Other bond*, stocks, securities owned:.lSt'ldl
Banking House. IdtOO.OO; Furniture and Fixtures. 131T5 00 ' 7TJ
heal estate owned other than banking house 1« 1«* "4
Cash in vault ioosVi'
Net amounts duo from national banks. 11*011
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bankmmj v.
Total of Items 9. 10. 11. U, tl and 14 . . ' " 1 1.V1Y.J2 V '
C hecks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items
Due from Bank of Nova Scotia. Vancouver. B. C.. . . '. !
C.plt.r.,oek paid in . 1 IAB,UT »»«
Surplus fund It.ttt.oß
Vndividod profits it 4 «V«o»'" lt.ttt.td
! b Reserved for Rond lVpr.viation
and Canadian Exchange S SO* 3S 1 «• n«s
t arttfled ehecka outstanding Itl.tl
Total of Items 22, 23 "4 «Vi dl
Demand de,H.Mt. (other than l|
Es .iters .« h,rt « -
- S ™ pother than "
State, county. or other imini.in.i i IS.ttS.d3
of assets of this hank P «'*IH»Ma secured by pledge
Total of demand deposits (other ih"«« k. ' i SMtd.lO
Time dopoMU ( „ r-w-v. 'ki - 'IITJ NUIUI
30 days or auh.lee, «,!
and postal savings! ■ "">"■» tiotkf,
,OU * "'»» NT money borrowed > . . „
Postal savings deposits 115.352 71
Mils Parable ataer tiiun «n>, ! ~• •■ • i«« t:s 04
""'«><»»»»•. «" Ob ia 1 ns ?*2SS R * ,,k
Ott*r than rediscount' r,, l money borrowed
"Ills payable with Federal UeaVrvo' H«„k tt.ttt.to
( * 13.000.C0
Subscribed M .| .won, ,o Mw m W (tl '; s I^%°*^****
Correct-. An M sornuier. U c crabt™ \V?2&ji 0 *3 ** We
ramree, W, II Jachruan. Directors.
Equals of Dresses That Are
Priced Two, and Some Even
Three Times as Much.
/Canton, Morocco and Georgette
c*ii Crepe, Taffeta, Satin. Charmeuse,
/Foulard, Tricolette. Crepe Meteor
' and Lace.
SAFETY FOR BUYERS