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This is more than can be said of hand milking or other mechanical
means of milking: When you apply the teat cups of the De Laval to the
cow she knows she is gonig to be handled the same as the day before; the
speed of milking will be the same, the amount of vacuum will be the same;
and the cow lets her milk down freely. No tinkering with valves, weights
or springs. Nothing to adjust, and only one moving part to the entire
Come in and let us show you the De Laval. Have a talk with dairy
men that are now using the De Laval and you will be convinced.
SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL USE A
Western Mercantile Co., Inc.
groceries : Flour : Feed : Hardware : Farm Implements : Etc.
WANTED —Lady to stay with widow
and little boy. Inquire srtbune.
KOK SALE —Tent House 14 x 20
with fly; electric light; 3 windows,
2 doors, one with 21 lights. De
lightful summer home. See Gey
er at Variety Store. 5-4-lt- *
ChiOkS. White Leghorns, full ot
pep, vim and vigor. They have the
breeding back of them to make a
profitable flock. Our May and i
June chicks will mature early and
make you money next winter. We
assume all shipping loss. Free
catalog full of interest and help
ful information on young and old
stock. Freshlaid Farm, Colfax,
Wash. Box 4. 5-4-71-
KOK SALE —8 good grade cows sired
by registered Holstein bull; 4
fresh, 4 coming fresh soon. Also 1
purebred Holstein bull calf, best
Mllkyway strain. Also best im
proved level land. Write or phone
J. W. Myers, phone 2107 Sumas.
R. F. D. 1. Sumas. 5-5-lt-o
FOR RENT —Quarter section choice
pasture 2% miles east of Lynden,
south of and adjoining railroad.
Price $250. V. H. Ruring, Leban
. on, Missouri. ,f. i"
rtiß SALE —6 weeks old White Leg
horn pullets, Hollywood strain, $1.
Phone R3Ol. 5-5-21-
WANTED —to raise on contract, 8
weeks-old White Leghorn pullets.
H. Hoksbergen, phone 4912 Lyn
den. 4-28-jt- o
FOR SALE —Bright seed oats. Also
team ot horses, weighing 2200
Phone 5009 Lynden. 4-.3a-.n-o
WILL THE LADY who picked up a
black purse in Lynden Wednesday
kindly return it to the Tribune of
tlce. Reward. 5-5-lt- o
POULTRY MEN —Before selling your
chickens, phone R524 for prices.
Willy Eder, for C. A. Fry and CO.,
For 5 ALU OR KklNT==l**>■ ** V l \\ j"
erbottom, all cleared, 1% miles
from Lynden. Small shack, good
barn. A. E. Rusco. »hOn«t. oj«ca
Main 21, residence R 402. S i* "
DRY MILL WOOD and COAL FOR
SALE. E. L. Bartlett, K™ l^
FOR RENT—PASTURE, 20 acres j
all cleared. Good fence. Lows
or young stock only. Frank Bloom.
I Lynden. S^' l "'
YOUNG FRESH COW For ■«•»**»-
ephone 1613 Lynden. Elzo Glems.
FOR-SALE. TRAUfc! OK KW I " '
Registered Holstein Bull, tw" «w
producslng 100 pounds . ot milkj j
day. Time If desired. Grand view
• Holstein Farm, Phone 210! I Igßj
[ den. n
Luax— BHOWH HAT between L>n
den and Northwood school. M
turn Tribune. —
BABY CHICKS for sale, to hatch out
May 16. White Leghorn. Phone
X 363. 6 ' s ' 2 ' I
The DE LAVAL MILKER
solves the milking problem
One man can milk three times as many cows in an hour with
aDe Laval Milker outfit as by hand. It is the fastest Maker
known, and it is always uniform in action and speed.
It is on the job weekdays, Sundays and holidays. The cows
like its uniform, pleasing action and give down their milk freely.
The ownership of a De Laval Milker is a oermanent insurance
that the cows will be milked in the same manner every day.
-[FOR SALE OR TRADE —1921 Chev-j
rolet touring car; 1915 Ford Tour-|
i ing car. Alex Morrison, phone
4012 Lynden. 5-5-lt- »
[WANTED TO TRADE — Chevrolet
touring car for team or hoavy
i horse. Emm Anderson, R. 1, Lyn-,
1 den . 5-S-3t- > ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE for young j
stock —1 7-year old good work |
horse, weight about 1,500 lbs. Tel
' ephone Ferndale 813. 5-5-31-*
ASK YOUR FRIENDS! Rice's Bar
ber Shop. Service and Satisfac
j tion. Corner 3rd and Front.
FOR SALE —Easy terms. Ten acres :
best agricultural land. Good j
house. Phone X 561, J. F. Stark, i
IFOR RENT —20 acres of good plow
! land, cheap. Good soil, good fence.
I No stufups. Frank Bloom, Lyn
\ den. 5-5-3t- •
1 We can still take orders for about
•1400 Baby Chicks. Give us your or
der today. Phone 1613, Elzo Gelms.
WORK'WANTED WITH TRACTOR.
Plowing, discing, etc. C. H. Schuy
ler, phone 1717 Lynden. 4-28-3*
STORM KING SEED OATS FOR
SALE. Price $40 a ton. T. De
Valois phone 5403. 4-28-2t»
PIGS ON PAYMENTS — Pure-bred
Berkshire pigs of the Laurel Cham
pion and Gentry blood. Price $25.
$5 down and $5 per month. Sat
!i lsfaction guaranteed. J. W. Mor
ris. Route 1. Box 166. Phone
i 2608 Ferndale. 4-21-3t- »
FOR SALE— Good worktng mare,
weight 1300 lb., 10-year-old. Also
U. S. Seperator, nearly new for
sale cheap. Phone 1011 Nook
sack; 4-21-81- *
FOR SALE —Heavy stallion, good for
work or breeding. Jack Livingston,
phone 4312 Lynden. 4-'jß-at-»
WANTED —To hear from owner of
good ranch for sale. State cash t
price, full particulars. D. F. Bush.!
Minneapolis. Mian. 4-28-6t-»
HAVE YOUR OLD CLOTHES MAIIK
NEW and at reasonable prices by
i the Blame Cleaning & Dye Works.
I Car calls Tuesday and Friday at
W S Baldwin's Pastime Pool Hall.
FOR SALE —Netted Gem Seed Pota
toes. hill selected. Also Beauty of
' Hebron seed potatoes. Also Davis
Acetylene Lighting Plant with pipe
1 and fixtures complete. Phone
1407 Nooksack. 4-21-tf- o
FOR SALE z::r Twb coVs,"fresh - and
coming, fresh. Jerseys. 16-inch
Rock Island plow, phone 2102,
i Lynden. 3-31-tf-o
■ FOR SALE —10 head milch cows —
take your choice from 20 head. All
fresh and coming fresh. Health
absolutely guaranteed. One of the
best producing herds in the county,
i 6 months time on approved paper
given. A. E. Rusco, Lynden. Tel
ephones, Main 21, or R 402.
I FOR SALE — Swedish Select Seed
Oats, also Blue Bell Peas, reclean-
M cd. Nele Jacobeen, phone XO5l
' Lynden. 3-i7-tf-o
MILKER OR CREAM SEPARATOR
THE LYNDEN TnIBUAiB, LYNDEN, WASH., THURSDAY. MAY 6, i!»21
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Luther, son of A. C. Palmer, hurt
his thumb Sunday.
I Mr. James Beernink is seriously
| Mrs Hary Beernink and son Lowell
visited at the Mutchler home the
first part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. \\7 Tremain were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Lund.
Little Bobby Fritz, son of Herbert
Fritz, is Hi.
Chris Kauffman is remodelling his
home into a bungalow.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bennett were sup
per guests at the Earl Tremain home
Mrs. Irene Norstrom entertained
the Klatawa Club at dinner last ev
Mrs. P. M. Serrurier will return
to Lynden today, having recovered
rapidly from her recent operation.
Special Mother's Day Services will
be held at the M. E. Church, Sunday
morning. Everybody invited.
As I am leaving for the east I will
hold a public sale of my household
goods at Bauman's Second Hand
Store, Saturday, May 14. Nothing
will be reserved.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR ttENT.
Mrs. Chas. Jacobs, phone R494,
FOR~SALE —500 Day-old chicks de
livery Saturday or Monday. G. H.
Griffith, phone 4502, Lynden.
WANTED —Pasture for four young
stock. William Heutink, phone
3714 Lynden. 4-28-2t-o
FORD sEbAN FOR SALE— $400.
I 1918 model. Must be sold at once.
' Phone Laurel 712. 5-5-lt *
SEED OATS for sale. Climax. Phone
2013 Lynden, B. C. Crabtree.
PIGS FOR SALE—Phone 6012 Lyn
den. 5-5-lt- o
I SirXE"D HAY FOR SALE—A. Benson
i Phone 708 Lynden. 5-5-lt- *
FOR SALE:Hercules Engine, 3-horse
j power, good as new. Phone 6012
TRACTOR WORK DONE — Any
place. Case outfit. Charles T.
Hall, phone 5119 Lynden. 4-21-6*
BARN FOR SALE —Chas. Jacobs.
phone X 494, Lynden. 5-5-lo
POULTRYMEN —He can save you
money on Poultry magazines. Sub
scribe at the Tribune office. The
Pac.'fie Poultr. nr.n, 44v a —■
regular price '. "c
"What is home without the Gim
let?," Nick Kuipers writes us from
Has anyone got a spare pocket
comb they can give to Arthur Meenk
to go with his brush?
If you've got your will made, and
preliminary arrangements made with
Frank Knapp, it's all right to travel
fast over the Hannegan River Bridge
on a damp day.
Griffith, Junior, tried it Sunday and
he got along fine for half of the dis
The most serious part of the Grif
fith accident has thus far not been
reported. Mrs. Leslie Frasier saw
the smash-up. and fainted on her
An announcement from the high
school says that the Gypsy Queen is
coming to Lynden this month. As a
general rule, a fellow keeps one hand
on his watch and the other on his
wallet when gypsy queens come to
If you think it's easy to tell noth
ing but the truth for twenty-four
hours, try it; We wager you'll be in
the divorce court by Saturday morn
Bert Bostwick, who catches all the
powdered milk over at the utility
plant as it drops from the upper
story, leaves every night with a few
pounds of it stowed away in his hair
Friends who have been wondering
where George Itinehart has been
keeping himself lately, will find him
over in the basement of the chicken
Mr. Win. Tennant, who has been
in poor health for a long time was
removed to St. Joseph's hospital in
Bellingham last week whore he un
derwent .an operation. He was ac
companied by Mrs. Tennant who will
remain in Bellingham until he is
able to come home.
Mrss. C. U. Brown spent Sunday
with Mrs. Tracy Riddle.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meyers attend
ed church in Lynden, Sunday even
! The Willing Workers were pleas
antly entertained last Wednesday by
Mrs. S. B. Day and her daughter.
Miss Venia Day. Guests of the club
were Mrs. Dolan and Mrs. Yates of
Bellingham; Mrs. Alice McNally and
Mrs. Mary Graham of Ferndale; Mrs.
Dorothy Herre Crabtree of Forest
Grove and Mrs. Mildred Shea. The
next meeting of the Willing Workers
will be Wednesday, May 11, with Mrs.
Mrs. Anna Cosser, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. George
Blank the past two weeks, returned
lo her home in Burlington, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elder and
den were Sunday afternoon callers at
the S. B. Day home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Otter and three
children John. Wilhelmina, and Ger-
trade were Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs. Otter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Van Mersbergen, of Lynden.
A pleasant social event of the past
week was a party at the C. U, Drown
home Saturday evening. Games and
a general good time were enjoyed un
til a late hour when delicious re
freshments were served to the follow
ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Dowlsby, Mrs. M. O'Drien. Mr. Ws.
Hansard, Edith, Marian, and Ralph
Thomas, Annie, Mima, and Robert
Hamilton. Zelta Raymond, Glen and
Fred Arbuckle Jack and Jennie
Friend Ronald Marchant, Le Roy
Taylor, Virginia and Willie Ripper
da. Vivia and Evan O'Brien and An
nie and Evan O'Brien and Annie and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby and
son Lawrence were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrss. Lloyd Brad
Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Brien, Mrs. J.
M. Thomas and two children and
Mrs. C. B. Whiite and son of Lyn
den, were Bellingham visitors, Sat
urday. Mrs. Thomas and children
j remained In Bellingham returning
to Northwood Wednesday.
Mrs. Miller of Vancouver, B. C,
has been the house guest of Mrs. Her
man Harvey the past week.
Helen Marchant spent the week
end with her grand parents near
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creviston have
moved to a tent located at the site
of the old Roo and Van Leeuwen
mill. Mr. Creviston will work on the
new Blaine-Sumas road. "
I Grandma Strong who suffered a
'stroke of paralysis was in a very
$2.00 and $3.00
Exclusively Women's, Misses', Children's and Infants'
Ready-to-Wear Apparel and Accessories
critical condition Monday and Tues
day, but at present writing, Wednes
day, she seems much improved. Al
though ninety-four years of age, her
mind is clear and she greatly enjoys
visiting with her friends. Tuesday
her son Charles Strong, and an old
time friend. Mrs. Belle Longstreet,
of Seattle, and Mrs. Julia Mlllican.
of Stanwood came to Northwood and
are visiting her and her daughter,
Mrs. H, L, Maryott, at the Maryott
John Taylor was a business visi
A son was born Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Andersen, but he did not
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cavender
and David Colart spent Sunday with
Mr. Cavender's mother. Mrs. Susan
Cavender, of Lynden.
Mrs. S. B. Day who has been in
poor health for a long time is feeling
better this week.
The chicken business is booming
in Northwood now. C. Jager received
eleven hundred baby chicks from
California the past week and Mon
day E. A. Knittle got a thousand
from the Laymore Farm. Miss C.
Deem has five hundred new ones
from Seattle and many others have
large numbers a few weeks old.
Mrs. Dick Riddle visited her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tennant at
St. Joseph's hospital in Bellingham.
Miss Blanche Smith of Bellingham,
was the guest ot Dorothy Bradley
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Remington and
two daughters, Ruth and Grace, were
the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. George Gustin.
After suffering two weeks from in
fection In his hand, Mr. John Taylor
is better and is now able to use the
hand a little.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boston and Mrs.
Julia Howe of Bellingham were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maryott
and Grandma String Tuesday.
Mrs. Clarence Cavender and her
sister. Mrs. Emma Collart .entertain
ed at a birthday party in honor of
David Collart's birthday Saturday.
Those present were Freda Arbuckle.
Mildred Harvey, Beth Taylor, Jean
ette Kragt, Dolly Friend, Elizabeth
Thomas, Earl Snider Harold William
son and Lawrence Osgoodby.
Many from the Northwood district
attended the Tulip Festival in Bel
lingham Tuesday and report a beau
tiful exhibit, a big crowd and a good
time. Among these were Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby and son Law
rence, accompanied by Le Roy and
Deth Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Harvey and daughter, Mildred, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Creviston with Ron
ald and Helen Marchant as motor
guests, Mrs. M. O'Brien and two
children, and her brother, Mr. Win.
Mrs.. Chas Meyers of Northwood vis
ited her mother, Mrs. R. H. Meyers
and her sister, Mrs. J. W. De Neui
An invitation has been extended
by the Lynden W. C. T. U to all mem
bers of the Lakeside W. C. T. U. to a
dinner at the M. E. Church in Lynden
Thursday, May 12, to meet Dr. Sara
E. Wise, a child welfare expert, who
will lecture morning, afternoon and
evening in Lynden.
Mrs. James Bailey and son Victor
visited with Mrs. Will Blowers Wed
Carl Oltman, Alva Blowers, Chas.
Bailey and Charles Bajema autoed
lo Bellingham Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Vrfer, Mrs. Carl Fisher and
Miss Delia Courtney visited with Mrs.
Arthur Urfer Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Winifred Rose visited with
sold exclusively at Wahl's
for girls from 7 to 14 years.
Mrs. Will Blowers Thursday after
Mrs. Hendrix, who underwent an
at a Bellingham hospital
a few weeks ago, will undergo anoth
er operation this week.
Mrs. C. Huisman called at the Rose
home Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Rose visited with Mrs.
Charles Wagner Wednesday after
Mrs. Will Blowers and Mrs. C. M.
Huisman called on Mrs. Ben Oltman
Mrs. Winifred Hose visited with
Mrs. Gilmore at Ten Mile Wednesday
Mrs. Boehringer visited with her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Wagner Wed
Mrs. Will Blowers and Mrs. C. M.
Huisman called on Mrs Charles Wiig
jner Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. J. Elenbaas left last week for
Yakima to spend some time visiting
Ml son, Martin Klenbaas.
Mr. Carl Oltman and Mr. Ben Olt
man autoed to Bellingham Wednes
day evening to visit Miss Elsie Olt
Aart Huisman, who spent the win-
ter in Neuw Biereland, Holland, re-
turned to Lynden Thursday, and is
staying at the home of his brother.
C. 11, Huisman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Huisman and
Mr. Aart Huisman visited with Mr.
and Mrs, A. Verbrugge and Mrs. W,
B Schuylemau at Timon Thursday cv-
j Mr. and Mrs. D. Van Rossum of
: Lynden visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ja
|cob Meenk Monday.
; Misses Elsie and Minnie Troost of
Booths Corners visited with Mr. and
Mm. C. M. Huisman Monday evening.
! Mr and Mrs. Stanley Robinson
visited at the Fred Rose home Wed
] Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Huisman vis
lited with Mr .and Mrs. Matt Meenk
| Mr. Joe Cramer had an electric
brooder stove installed in his brood
er house this week.
Mr .and Mrs. Ralph De Motts and
children were guests Sunday evening
at the L. Lenssen home.
Mr. Gerrit Landaal of Lynden vis
ited at the Bert Landaal home Tues-
i Mrs. Winifred Rose visited with
Mrs. Ben Oltman Monday afternoon.
; Among those who attended the
Tulip Festival were Mr. and Mrs. L.
Lenssen and children Mrs. Ben Olt
jman and son Carl, Mrs. Winifred
Rose. Mr .and Mrs. C. M. Huisman,
Mrs. Wolf. Mr. Will Blowers and son
Alva Mrs. Bert Landaal and daugh
ter Imogene. Mr and Mrs. James Bai-
I ley and family, Marvin and Delia
Leonard Lenssen and son Theo
dorse spent Wednesday with Mr. and
i.Mrs. Ralph De Motts.
Mr. Henry Feenhouse and Miss
Henrietta Feenhouse were guests at
the Landaal home Tuesday.
I Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Huisman spent
Wednesday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. John Colenbrander of Lynden.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick and children,
Ruth and Bobby. Miss Mildred Kin
jman. and Mrs. F. Kinman were visit
ors at the Fred Rose home Sunday
Alva Blowers and Charles Bajema
visited at the James Bailey residence
Mr. Bert Troost of Booths Corners
called at the C. M. Huisman home on
PERMANENT HAIR WAVE reduced.
1 Place to get bob curls, ear bobs,
and hair switches. Phone 62:t.
| Room 29 Clover Block, Belling
ham, Wash. 4-28-4t-«,