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ONE POUND COUNTRY CLUB COFFEE
Any time this week, May 2 to May 7, we are
authorized by the Dwight Edwards Company to
give a one-pound can of Country Club Coffee with
each 3-pound can we sell—(four pounds for the
price of three.) The coffee is fully guaranteed.
Try the one-pound can. If for any reason it
does not suit you, return the 3 lb can and get your
money back. Good only until Saturday night.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST, ASK FOR
Snow Flake Crackers, per pound 20c
Bulk Graham Crackers, per pound 25c
Bulk Soda Crackers, per pound 18c
Quality is what we aim to offer in all our mer
chandise. We buy and sell as cheap as possible and
still offer the high quality goods, but never buy an
article just because it is cheap.
On the quality basis, we offer you
There is none better, and in most cases, they
cost no more.
Heinz Tomato Catsup, bottle, 25c, 35c
Heinz Prepared Mustard, bottle 15c
Heinz Chili Sauce 45c
Heinz Sweet Mustard Pickle, bottle 40c
Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickle, bottle 45c
Heinz Baked Beans, per can 25c
Heinz Spaghetti, per can 25c
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
We are adding to this line each week as the
new vegetables come. Asparagus, beets, onions,
radishes, tomatoes, etc.
W. H. ELDER
Phone M 29
The Senior Class of the
Lynden High School
A Jolty Qomedy
Reserved Seats at City Drug Store
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NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walters vis
ited In Lytwlen this week. They ex
pect to return from Stanwood in
H. R. Seat arrived Monday from
Bakersfleld to visit with his sister,
Mrs. Harmon Scott of Laurel, and
his brother, J. \V. Seat of Lyndeu.
Mr. Arnold of Minneapolis addres
sed the young people of the First
Christian Reformed Church at the
church Sunday evening.
Mrs. Breen went to Seattle Friday
;to meet nor daughter, Mrs. J. De
Jager and little son from Grand Rap
j The Womans Home Missionary So
ciety will have its regular meeting on
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Eva
Thompson. Mrs. Charles White will
lead the devotions. Mrs. William
Lauckhart has charge of the pro
Mr. Ed Eerkes has returned from
Bellingham, where he was operated
Mrs. J. F. Miller visited old friends
here last week.
John Hoistra. who was operated
on in Tacoma, is improving and is
expected back next week.
I A reception under the auspices of
I the Ladies Aid Society of the First
! Christian Reformed Church was giv
en Friday at the consistory of the
church in honor of Candidate Quir
inus Breen. The afternoon was spent
in a social way. Coffee, chocolate
and cake and cookies were served.
A gift was presented by the Society
to Mr. Breen.
Mrs. William Schorr came up from
Portland Sunday to visit her relatives
here, and her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Scott. Mrs, S'ott is very
ill at her home In Laurel.
Mr. Maurice De Boer, principal of
the Ebenezer School, took the boys
and girls of the upper grades for an
all-day hike across the boundary line
Wednesday of lust week.
Mrs. John De Jager and little son
Everett of Grand Hap ids, Mich, ar
rived in Lynden Friday evening. Mrs.
De Jager is a daughter of Mrs. E.
Breen. Mr. De Jager and son Pear
son will arrive later, and they will
make their home in Lynden.
THAT BROUGHT HIM TO TIME
Young Man's Dire Threat Too Awful
for Prospective Father-in-Law
"No, sir!" ■tormed the purse-proud
parent. "I will never, never consent
to your marrying
"But DM no
'!> v t s,' " tliu n
dered the irate
futher. "I hn»e
A look of de
fiance lii^iitf< 1 up the young man's
somewhat crestfallen countenance.
"Very good, sir," he said. "If you
will not agree, then I must enforce
my demand. I am considered a hard
working, good-looking young fellow,
and yet you turn my application
"I do," amid the rich man.
"Then, sir, I will go away and make
love to your cook, propose to her —In
a week wo will elope—"
The rich man turned purple, then
"Have mercy!" he gasped, in trem
bling accents. "Such conduct is Inhu
man, My cook Is a jewel. I would
not part with her for millions', 'rou
can have my daughter, young man,
hut my cook —never!"
HEROIC FRENCH WAR BIRDS
Many Pigeons Received Decoration for
Their Services, One Obtaining
the Legion d'Honneur.
It remained for the French to con
fer in their own Charming way the
honors they felt were due their pigeon
heroes. Birds which performed dis
tinguished service or showed unusual
courage la the line of duty were
awarded the Croix de Guerre or the
Diplomas with the citations were
issued and kept at the headquarter*
of the Fl*>BCh Pigeon Service, and be
cause pigeons cannot wear medals on
their breasts special bands, with the
colors of the decorations, were made
for their legs.
A bird which will go down In
French history just us surely us Field
Marshal Foch himself is the one which
carried from Vaux to Verdun the last
message for help sent by Commandant
Itaynal before the Germane captured
the fort. This pigeon flew through
a hall of fire ami a gas barrage, and.
wounded and gassed, dropped dead as
It delivered its message. It was award
ed the Legion d'Honneur.—l3. H.
Boynes in Hurper's Magazine.
"Women are sympathetic. Don't
like to see anybody lose out"
"What's the Idea now?"
"Take furrier*. If the women don't
wear fur* in winter, they wear 'em
next summer to make up."
More Woman Hunters.
Among the deer hunters in the new
Jersey woods are more women than
ever before. In fact, It was a very
uncommon thing n few years ago to
see a woman willi a gun in the woods,
but there were a few, generally na
tives, who hunted the deer for food
more than for fun, but this season
there are a great many women in
suitable bunting togs and equipped
with good guns who are following the
deer with the men. These women se
cured their preliminary experience In
hunting smaller game*
Dog's Eyesight Aided.
Boston is famous for the erudition
of Its ltdiabitants, most of whom wear
glasses, but v ruther unusual sight,
even for that city, was seen when a
spaniel was noticed trotting along with
tortoise shell goggles across his aris
tocratic nose. His owner says that Ihe
dog's eyes have been affected by tin'
sharp winds when taken out motoring,
but being ti Boston pop, it has proba
bly strained its eyes by too much
Artist Has Overcome Handicap.
An armless English artist who paints
with his feet has been commissioned
by the queen of Norway to paint a
picture of one of her favorite horses.
He can also play tfie piano and ac
cordion with his feet.
No Accounting for Tastes.
Dogs' feet are v delicacy in the
Island of Formosa. Probably the is
landers consider we are just as cu
rious when we eat pigs' feet, ox-tall
soup or calves' brains.
Used Teeth to Hold Pen.
Having lost both his arms in a wreck
some rears ago. n man signed his mar
riage license at Hnrrishurg, Pa., by
holding the pen between his teeth.
Lynden Motor Co.
Plant only the best. It's not what you pay,
but what you get.
BELLINGHAM FEED & SEED CO.
1325 Railroad Aye., Bellingham
pEMEMBER to ask
■*» your grocer for Cal
umet Baking Powder and be
sure that you get it —the In
dian head on the orange label.
Then forget about bake
day failures. For you will
never have any. Calumet
always produces the sweet
est and most palatable foods.
And now remember, you
always use less than of most
other brands because it pos
sesses greater leavening strength.
There is no waste. If a
recipe calls for one egg—two
cups of flour —half a cup of
milk — that's all you use.
You never have to re-bake.
Contains only such ingre
dients as have been officially
approved by U. S. Food Authorities,
is the product of the largest, most
modern ar.d sanitary Baking Pow
der Factories in existence.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it,
INC<)RPO R A T B 1>
—4 cups sifted
flour, 4 level tea
Bakir g Powder,
1 tablespoon su
gar, 1 teaspoon
salt, 2 eggs, 2
cups of sweet
milk. Then mix
in the regular