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GUIDE YOUR CHILDREN RIGHT
- Bad habits lead the children off the right path.
Good habits make of them honest, upright citizens.
The start is the important thing. And you
can help them at the beginning. Teach them to
save money. Make them admire thrift. Be an ex
ample to them by saving yourself.
Given a good start, the saving habit helps to
form other good habits, and proves a powerful fac
tor in bringing up the boy or girl in the right way.
Start the children right. Bring them to this
bank and open a savings account for them.
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK
Capital .... $40,000.00
D. W. BENDER NELS JAOOBSON HENRY SHAGREN
J. W. STEARNS H. J. KOK J. T. ZYLSTRA
P. J. VAN HEMERT
WOMENiJ APPAREL OF QUALITY
EVELYN M. SCRIMGER
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
In Lyndon Saturdays, Phone 4314
TANDAHI) OIL COMPANY
[ For Liver Ills.
111 to ton* and strengthen
the) organs of digestion and
elimination, Improvo appetite,
atop aiek headaches, relievo bil
iousness, correct constipation.
They act promptly, pleasantly, i
mildly, yet thoroughly.
CITY DRUG STORE
ITS THE BORAX
IN THE SOAP
Mr. Gerrit Veleke and family vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Noteboom
Mr. and Mrs. B. De Hoog visited
at the home of their son, Jake De
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reitl and
daughter, Mrs. Fred Bray, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Wight of Everson
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Theel and son
George went to Bellingham Satur
' Mrs. Will Meurer and Mrs. Harvey
Smith and children went to the cir
cus in Bellingham Saturday.
W. A. Reld is sick this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman visited Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Theel Sunday.
Everett Oolyer and Francis Head
rick went to Lynden to take the
state examinations Thursday and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Theel spent
Friday evening at the Carl Eisner
home at Greenwood.
Mr .and Mrs. Jake De Hoog visited
Sunday evening at the Gerrit Assink
Mr .and Mrs. Albert Theel and
Mrs. John Burgraff and family spent
Monday in the foothills.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Noteboom and
family spent Monday in the foothills.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legoe of Green
wood visited at the home of Mrs.
Legoes' parents Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Theel of Bel
lingham visited at the Albert Theel
home Sunday afternoon.
Miss Vernita Crosier visited in
Mrs. Tom Kemp of Alger, Mr. and
Mrs. John Davy of Everett, Mrs. Geo.
Higgins of Vancouver, and Mrs.
Dwight Hatfield of Bellingham spent
Sunday afternoon at the W. A. Held
Dave Dykstra and Oscar Dykstra
went to Vancouver Monday to sec
their cousin, Mrs. Tom Hichle.
Mr. and Mrs. Mat Meenk and chil
dren spent Monday at Nooksack Falls
Miss Augusta Dykstra is on the
sick list this week.
Little Irene Crosier returned home
from Bellingham Monday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Will Meurer attend
ed the old-time dance at Lynden on
Foolish Freak of Parents.
Every letter In the alphahet was
represented in the name borne by Miss
Pepper who whs born hi Liverpool,
Engl and, In December, 188:2. She wus
christened Anna Berthu Otcilia Dluna
Emily Fanny Gertrude Hyputiu Inez
June Kate Louise Mnud Norn Ophelia
Quince Rebecca Btarltey Teresa Ulysls
Veuut Winifred Xeuophou Yetty Zeno.
The surname, of course, supplied the
"How was the amateur performance
"Not so bad."
"And how was the sleep-walking
"Strictly up to date. Lady Macbeth
Carried nn electric flashlight instead
of a candle,"—Birmingham Age-Her
Couldn't Kill This Frog.
A live frog was found in a pickerel's
stonincb by a Boston fisherman. The
frog hopped away to want) itself be
hind UIG stove. The pickerel was 15
Fly la Capable of Speed.
When amusing Itself, a fly usually
riles at the rate of about B feet a
second; but when a bird gives chase
It can Increase its speed to as much
as 35 feet n second.
Willie —I'nw, what Is a monogram?
Paw —A monogram Is a bunch of
Initials arranged so you can't tell
what the*- are, son.
FOUND — Man's macklnaw. Inquire
THE LVtfMN TRtittWl, tVMftSM. VVA9H., THURSDAY. Jl»N» *, Hi*
A V6UN* 6I«L
Iter mini is like a fragrant Harden, where
Tullpa and hyacinths and jonquils (tow,
And mignonette and pnnsles. row on row,
And bluebells play a little tinkling air
That columbines rriay caper; and proud,
Camellias guard a marble-bordered pool
Of golden-hearted lilies, pale and cool.
That float deep hidden from the noonday's
Her dreams along the garden pathways
Strays birds and bees in search of scent
Timid as frail, awakening romance
That flutters like a moth about her feet—
And her faint smile holds all the won
Spring's first libation unto life and love.
—Charlotte Becker, In New York Herald.
WAKES ONLY THE RIGHT MAN
Naw Alarm Clock That Should Prove
Boon in a Crowded Apartment
It really is not fair that a man,
obliged to get up in the morning in
response to a clock alarm, should sub
ject his wife to the Inconvenience of
being simultaneously and unnecessarily
awakened. Nevertheless, it often hap
pens that way.
A novel contrivance which gets over
this dltilculty is t"he idea of Charles
W. Waller of Chicago. It is an alarm
clock that will wake up one person
without in the least disturbing an
Connected with the rlock is n little
hammer which, instead of striking a
bell, hits a diaphragm —the latter l>e-
Ing housed within a separate oompart-
Lett the Other Fellow Sleep.
went on top of the clock. The alarm
Is thus a drum-heat, but not loud
enough to be heard, were It not that
a rubber tube extends from the drum
compartment to the ears of the person
who wishes to lie awakened at a given
The tube terminates in a pair of
ear" piecea, which are wv-held by_.a
fork-shaped arrangement that their
ends tire clasped within the ears of
the sleeping person. It is no serious
inconvenience, inasmuch as the flexi
ble rubber tube enables him to turn
over or move about In bed without
disturbing the ear pieces.
Who hath the vision of the stars hath all
that man may need
To help him climb the happy hill of high
and noble deed.
Fbr he shall lift his eyes from earth and
all Its sordid dust;
And lie shall sing and he shall smile and
he shall live In trust.
The vision of the stars—and then the
might of hope and faith
To lay the ghost of fear and dread
laugh at every wraith.
It Is a seeing more than sight, that clothes
with heavenly guise
The beauty that we look upon alone with
The seeing that la vision's dream beyond
the peaks that mark
The glory of eternal dawns beyond the
BURBANK MADE OWN FORTUNE
Started With Ten Potatoes and N*
Money—Remarkable Work With
Young Prune Trees.
In 18G5 Burlmnk cnme to Cnllfomla.
He sold nil but ten of his stock of
potatoes for $125. He llnally reached
Santa Hosa with less than a dollar in
his pocket, but with the precious ten
potatoes. Here, after years of strug
gle, he finally' secured a few ncres of
land for a nursery n"d for experi
mental work in plant breeding.
Just one Incident of those days will
Illustrate his persistency and resource
fulness. A fruit grower wanted 2,000
young prune trees to be delivered
within ten months. None were In the
market and the nurserymen all said
it was Impossible to produce them In
so short a time. Not so Burbank. He
promptly accepted the order. As the
season was far advanced, he planted
almonds In sand, supplied them with
Just the right moisture and kepi them
covered with cloth to maintain an even
temperature. As the tiny sprouts ap
peared they were transplanted in the
He then secured from nenr-by prune
orchards thousands of prune buds and
as soon as the small almond buds
were old enough the prune butls were
budded Into them. In less than seven
months the order was tilled and the
seemingly impossible had been accom
plished.—Arthur H. Chamberlain in
CARPENTER and BUILDER
All Kinds of Repairing Done
COWS & HEIFERS WANTED. There
ia a big demand now for stock of
all kinds. If you have any to Bell,
a little want-ad like this will do It
for you. Just a quarter. Try It.
DELTA AND SUNSHINE
Among those from here who at
tended the memorial services in Lyn
'don Monday were Mrs. P. O. Berthu
iron, Mrs. W. H. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs.
S. T Jackman, Mr and Mrs O. Sheets,
Mr. and Mrs. BernardWeidkam p, Al
ice Larson, and Florence and Sylvia
Miss Alice Nelson will leave next
Tuesday for Seattle, where she will
Miss Mabel Ericson and Miss Ma
bel Larson attended the Whatcom
County B. Y. P. U. Rally held at
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Mers
bergen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander
Mey. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Dyk
en, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bylsma, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bylsma com
prised a party that autoed to Van
Miss Florence Hodgeman spent a
few days last week with her friend,
Bonney Joan Wallace of Bellingham.
W. W. Johnson is the proud own
er of a new Ford touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Telgcnhoff
spent Monday at the Ed Telgenhoff
home near Lynden.
The Keller family is rapidly re
covering from the measles.
The community was sadly shocked
to hear of the sudden death of Miss
Ruth Bauman of Lynden. Miss Bau
man had many friends here, espec
ially some of her high school class
mates. In attendance at the funeral
were Mrs. H. Vanderyacht and Ev
elyn Vanderyacht, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Telgenhoff and family, Thelma Hel
gath, Mr. and Mrs. H. Vander Mey
and Allie Vander Mey, Mrs. H. Ot
ter and daughter, Garretta, Margar
et De Valois, Mrs. Harry Holtrop,
Mrs. Harry Vander Mey and Lottie
Mrs. Ole Larson and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. C. Eric
Eldon Olsen spent a few days at
home this week, but returned to work
with the Skagit Construction Com
Mrs. H. Vander Mey entertained
at a daintily appointed luncheon on
Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. John
Axling, Mrs. E. O. Olson, Mrs. P. A.
Axling, Mrs. C. Erlcson and Miss Ma
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of Suurise
were Sunday guests at the C. P. Nel
son home. -
Gertrude Boice, Evelyn Vander
Yacht, Joe Axlund and Willard
Weldkamp autoed to Capilano Can
yon at Vancouver Monday.
Miss Theresa Holtrop is having
her eyes treated by a physician.
Miss Anna Berthuson of Belling
ham spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Berthuson.
The old mill bridge was closed
for a few days last week for repairs,
and it was necessary for the traffic
to go through the Berthuson grove.
French Lusitania Medal.
An effective reply to the German
Lusitania medal bus been made by the
trench engraver, Bene Bnudichor.,
with n medal just struck by the
French mint. The German medal
showed the Lusitania sinking; Bnu
dlchon's medal also portrays the ship,
but a child is clinging to one of the
spurs. The Germun medal showed
Death selling tickets to the Ameri
cans ; the French version reveals the
Statue of I.lberly, dashed by a huge
wave, holding aloft n sword instead
of her usual torch. On the sword are
the words, "Ultrix America Juris,"
America, avenger of right, and the
dates, 1917-1918.—From La France,
Judge: What's the charge?
Officer: Bpeedln' yer honor.
Prisoner: Well yer honor It was
this way: I was rldln' along and I
saw my landlord driving along be
hind me and—
Judge: The caie la dismissed.
A Mlteham (England) family, tired
of the eternal Tom, Dick nnd Harry
and have named their six children:
Mnrcus Caius Coriolanus; Horatio Da
vid Nericles; Arthur Plato Cornelius;
Ophelia Carolina Desdemona; Coeills
Lttura Augustlna; Juliet Octavla. The
father Is named Marcus Brutui
Ring Found in Fish's Stomach.
A gold signet ring was found In the
stomach of a fish while some codfish
were being gutted at Rtincrnma for
the English markets. The ring was
<ru!te bright and untarnished. Th»
fi/ider has refused several substantial
offers for it.
'FOUND —Key. Inquire Tribune.
•Royal Cord' 'Nobbr'
We are selling those good United States Tires
at the Reduced Prices now, and if you want real
quality, let us put on a set for you. They are the
cheapest tires you can buy, when you figure the
cost per mile of service.
Royal Cord users around Lynden are getting
10,000 miles and then some. Ask us about these
SAY "THREADED RUBBER
The Willard Threaded Rubber Battery is
immune to all old-time wood-separator ills. The
plates are insulated —not merely separated.
No money out of your pocket for separator
replacement, because Willard Threaded Rubber
Insulation neither warps, cracks, carbonizes nor
punctures. It outlasts the battery plates.
We are Willard agents. We are authorized
to repair and recharge all makes of batteries. If
you are having battery trouble of any kind, let us
OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT IS EQUIPPED
IN THE MOST MODERN MANNER TO DO ALL
KINDS OF REPAIRING OF AUTOS AND EN
GINES OF ALL TYPES. WE GUARANTEE TO
Axlund Service Station
Corner Third and Front Street
When the fine weather coaxes you to go on an
outing to the Bay or into the Hills, remember we
have a goodly supply of goods to take with you.
Sardines, per tin 10c, 25c, 30c
Deviled Meat, per tin, 7'/ 2 c, 10c, 12'/ 2 c
Deviled Chili Meat and Chili Con Came, 2 tins 25c
Coffee from. 25c to 50c per pound.
Pride Jellies, per glass 20c
Pride's Jams, per glass 55c
Grapelade, per glass 40c
Tomato Catsup, per glass 25c, 30c, 35c
Pork and Beans 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c
Raisins, per pound 30c
Raisins, per package 25c, 30c
Pancake Flours, package 20c, 25c, 30c
Flour in any amount, per pound Si^c
Sweet Corn, can 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c
You will enjoy your outing better if you take
a plenty with you. The fresh pure air is a winder
FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
Home grown Asparagus and Lettuce, New Po
tatoes, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Strawberries,
W. HE. ELDER
Phone M 29
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