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Every Acre Reclaimed is
a permanent investment
paying profits every year
TT costs something in both time and money to
* clear cut-over land, but you only spend it one
year-once for each acre. One fai/crop will pay
for the work and usually show a profit besides
Then, free from stumps, that land will pay profits
every single year. Results in this state have shown
Dv Pont and Repauno Brands
(Pacific Northwest Products)
are ideal for this effective, economical.
Therefore they arc used by a majority of farmers.
Clear more land in 1921
1920 was one of the biggest land-clearing years this
state has ever known. The farmers all over this
district are planning for even greater accomplish
ments in 1921. Join the movement and reap the
See our local dealei regarding Dv Pont Explosives
for spring delivery. Write for "Development of
Logged-off Lands." It's valuable—and free.
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, Inc.
E. [. dv Pont <!«• N'emour* a < <>~ lac, Seattle, Wash,
BECAUSE I AM LEAVING THE STATE, I WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT MY PLACE, 4«/ 2 MILES WEST
COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP; THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
20 Mead Livestock
ONE TEAM MARES—II and 12 years old, weight about 13001b each.
THREE JERSEY MILCH COWS—Two to freshen December Ist and one to freshen February sth.
THREE HOLSTEIN MILCH COWS—I to freshen Nov. 20th; one on Dec. 20th; and one on Dec. 25th.
ONE BRINDLE COW —Just fresh; TWO HEIFERS, coming 2-jears-old next March, will be fresh in June;
THREE HEIFER CALVES, 9 months old. ONE HIGH GRADE GUERNSEY BULL
Machinery, Household Goods, Etc.
FARM MACHINERY—I wagon; 1 2-seated buggy; 1 14-in. walking plow; 1 spring-tooth harrow; 1 12-ft.
hay rake; 1 hay rack; 1 set double harness. IDe Laval No. 17 Cream Separator, nearly new; 1 10-gal., 1
5-gal., and 1 8-gal. Milk can; 1 barrel churn; 1 washing machine and wringer; 1 crosscut saw.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS —1 Elwell Kitchen Cabinet, nearly new; 1 dining room table; six chairs; two rockers;
2 iron beds with springs; fruit jars, lamps, and other articles too numerous to mention.
MR. GEO. RATHBONE WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE AT THIS TIME:
1 Roan DURHAM COW, 8 yrs. old, been fresh about 3 weeks; 1 HOLSTEIN COW, 6 yrs. old, fresh Dec. 18;
1 HOLSTEIN COW, 6 yrs. o'd to freshen Dec. 16th; 1 gray WORK HORSE, 14001b; 1 black COLT, 2 yrs. old.
1 10-bladc disc; 1 set double work harness; 1 truck wagon; 1 root cutter, good as new.
TI7RMC fW QAf V' All sums of $10 and under, Cash. On all sums over $10,6 months time will be given
J LilMij Ur on approved bankable notes bearing 8 per cent interest. All goods must be set
tled for before removal. Parties desiring credit, should see clerk before sale.
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer
OF LVNDEN, AND \ z MILE WEST OF BOOTH'S CORNERS. ON
IVL G. LACY
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASH., THURSDAY, OCT. G, 1921
Miss Gertrude Schuyleman of Lyn
den was entertained Sunday at dinner
at the Bert Landaal home.
Mm. NiemanUverdriet, who spent
a few days at the J. Meenk residence,
left Monday afternoon to visit her
daughter. Mrs. Clark Brooks, before
returning to her home in Ottley, lowa
Mrs. C. Eisner celebrated her birth
day Tuesday. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Oilman and Mr. and
[Mr*, Henry Surendcnherg.
Mr L. Lenssen helped Arthur
'Meenk of Lyndeh Saturday afternoon
Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob Meenk and son
[Ernest and Mrs. Nieinnntsvo drletl
were • utertalned at dinner at the Ar
thur Meenk home Sunday.
| Mr. and Mrs. John Colenbrander
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Meenk and children, were Sunday ev
-1 ening dinner guests at the J. Meenk
Mrs. C. M. Huisman visited with
Mrs. Gerrit Schuyleman Wednesday
I Several friends and neighbor! sur
prised Mr. a. B. Colyer Friday ev
ening in honor of his birthday an
niversary. Among those who enjoy
:ed a pleasant evening were Mr. and
Mr;-,. George Alton and family, Mr.
and Mrs. S. I) Walston and family.
I Mr. end Mrs. Ed Teener and family,
j Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hutching and fam* (
ily, Mr and Mrs. E. Burns and fam- ,
ily. Mr. and Mrs. George Knittle and .
family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boehringer
| and family. Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Tay
lor and family. Mr. and Mrs. O, Knut
zen and family. Misses Alice and Ruth
Burns, Alnora Mead and Dorothy El
der, Messrs peter and Ralph Van
Dyk, and Opal Vroman. After an *v-f«
ening spent In music and games, re- i
j freshments were served.
Miss Alnora Mead is visiting at the .
Burn homes this week.
Mrs. Winifred Rose called on Mrs.
Hendrls Monday evening. t
Mrs. Leonard Lenssen and chil- .
dren spent Tuesday at the Ralph De
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reeze of Bel- <
lingham were entertained at the Joe ]
Cramer residence Wednesday. Mrs.
i Reeze is Mr. Cramer's sister.
Ms, Will Blowers spent Friday af- '
iernoon with Mis. James Bailey.
Aart Huisman received 150 liens ;
from P. Dykstra of Riverside Friday.
Mrs. Jacob Meenk and son, and
Mrs. Nieraanstverdriet of lowa spent
Saturday afternoon witli Mrs. A. Van- '
'< der Griend north of Lynden.
! Mrs. Harley Johnson visited at the j
R. Mutchler home Tuesday.
Mrs. Norman Watson and little
j daughter Helen from Oak Harbor are <
visiting Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Biowers this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Brooks and
■ family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ja
cob Meenk Thursday afternoon.
: Mrs. Leonard Lenssen and children
Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
; Ralph De Motts of Lynden.
Matt Meenk of Riverside. John
Kvanendonk, Cornelius Huisman and
Gerrit Bergsma helped John Bosnian
fill silo Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Winifred Rose sperrt Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. C M. Huisman.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Blowers and
son Alvuh visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Maryott of Northwood Sunday after-
Mn . Winifred Rose visited with
Miss Delia Courtney Saturday after
Mrs. Hendrix is improving slowly.
Hr. a id Mrs. ('. M. Huisman spent
Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs
Matt Me..nk of Riverside.
.Mrs. Will Blowers was entertain
ed lit the Jacob Meenk residence on
Mr, and Mrs. Gerrit Veleke and
children were entertained at the
Leonard Lenssen home Sunday even-
Miss Delia Courtney and Messrs.
Marvin and Clay Courtney autood to
Bellingham Sunday to visit their
grandmother, Mrs. G. P. Dean.
! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Urfer and
childen autoed to Marietta Sunday to
Visit With Mr. and Mrs. Bliss and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Assink and
children spent Friday evening at the
Gerrit Veleke home.
Burg Reid returned to his home in
Bellingham Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Gries and chil
dren spent Friday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Will Meurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Gries and chil
dren are living on the Ray Shumway
Mrs. W. A. Reid is on the sick list
Miss Edith Fullner is home visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Little Janet Noteboom is sick this
Mrs. Lizzie Meurer who has been
ill for some time, is improving, and
will be home from Bellingham Thurs
W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
Places Where We "Shine"
The most careful workmanship by experienc
ed mechanics—no apprentice labor trifling
around—is what you may expect here in our
repair department. We urge you to give us
a trial here. We guarantee to satisfy you.
We are equipped to inspect, recharge and re
pair all makes of butteries. At this season,
the motorist should by all means have his bat
tery inspected for winter service, and we in
vite you to come here, and to make a practise
of lett ing us inspect it regularly.
This is a Service Station, and we do our ut
most to see that you get the right kind of tire
service. Tire repairs are handled here. We
sell the United States line of Tires—the cheap
est you can buy because you will get more
mileage per dollar.
•Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chair.' 'Uiro' •Plr.ln'
Axlund Service Station
Corner Third and Front Street
Qualjty is the cornerstone upon
which the reputation of Red Crown
gasoline rests. The achievement of
Red Crown qualjty is that it delivers
the maximum powe* your engine
was designed to develop. It insures
ready starting, rapid smooth ac
celeration, and greate.*mileage.
"Red Crown" is readily available
throughout the Pacific Qiast: at
Standard Oil Sorvice Stations, at ga
rages, and at other dealers.
Look for the Red Crown sign be
fore you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
COME HERE FOR YOUR RED CROWN GASOLINE
AXLUND SERVICE STATION
Third and Front Streets, Lynden