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PAG * TWELVM
The Presbyterian Church which \
BM been closed to services for several ,
weeks, owing to work of redecorat.ng f
the interior, will open Sunday, Oct.
15th, with Sunday School at 2:00
I> M and church service at 3:00 P.M. (
Rev. Course will deliver his iniative ,
sermon. A cordial invitation is ex- ,
tended to every one.
The Lakeside L. T. L. will meet J
Saturday afternoon. 1
The Clearbrook Aid Society will 1
meet Thursday afternoon of this j
week at the Church parlors.
Mrs. Fred Higginson will be host- ,
ess to the Lakeside W. C. T. U. , ,
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19th, at
ber home west of Clearbrook.
Miss Mildred Wileoxen will leave
next Monday for Labam for a visit
With friends. Miss Wileoxen former
ly taught school at Labam.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson enter
tained at dinner Sunday. Their
quests were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lar
,n and their children., Mr. and Mrs.
I. J. Holmquist and Einas Holmquist
Mr. and Mrs. O. W Lundgren and
children spent Sunday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clow and two
children of Nooksack were motor |
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehler's j
Sunday, to Chuckanut where they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Gil
Mr. and Mrs. George Rothfuss, Mr.
and Mrs. Ole Watson and daughters
and Mr. and Mrs. C. N Anderson and
son were guests at the Oear Perkins
home in Everson Sunday.
Mrs. Emil Larson was a charming
host egg to tlie Sweodih Ladies Aid.
Thursday afternoon at her home
north of Clearbrook. A goodly num
ber were preent. Dainty refresh
ments were served. The next meeting
will be held at the A. E. Estergreen
Wednesday, the Lakeside W.C.T.U.
met with Mrs. T. H. Htgglnion. An
all day meeting was held. Chicken
dinner was served at noon, covers
were placed for twelve. Luncheon
was served at 4:00 O'clock for those
coming after dinner.
The road from the Clearbrook cor
ner south to the Van Buren cornet
was closed Monday. What is known
as the Perry bridge is being rebuilt.
This bridge was condemned a srort
Several of the farmers on the Lyn
den Clearbrook road signed up last
woek for Electric service from the
Puget Sound Light and Power Co.
As vet nothing definite has been done
The hunting parties that left the
first of the month have returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alvord have to
Our car of Cocoanut Meal is in. This is the
pure meal, carrying 20',< protein and is selling at
just half the price of Oil Meal, or per ton. . $26.00
We have a car direct from the Linseed Oil
Mill. Analysis on every sack. See that you get
the "OLD PROCESS" if you want the best. In
ferior brands are cheaper.
Being crowded for room we will sell off the
car, local Mill Run at, per ton $20^00
MONTANA MIXED FEED
We can sell you in car lots at per ton $18.00
This mash carries the following ingredients-
Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Flour, Cornmeal, Meat
Meal, Whalemeat, Bone Meal, Soya Bean, Oat
meal, Coeoanut Meal, Charcoal.
Price per 1001b , $2.35
SUREMILK DAIRY FEED
This is one of the best Dairy Feeds on the
market. We sell lots of it. Notice the ingredients:
Bran, Shorts, Ground Oats, Middlings, Oil Meal,
Soya Bean Meal, Ground Barley, Ground Corn,
Price per ton $33. 00
We also handle Puyallup Egg Mash, Albers Egg
Maker, Lillys High Protein and Buttermilk Mash,
and P. A. F. Mash.
their credit the pelt of a line !'
bear, the bear weighing about 400
pounds. It was killed up above Acme.
Messrs Riddle,Marchant, Creviston
and Co. secured two- deer, in the
foot hills above Glacier.
Little Miss Mary Farrand is ill
tbis week and confined to her bed.
After a three weeks visit with his
sister Mrs. Jee Boyer and husband
at Coupville, Clarence Estergreen
returned home Saturday.
Owing to the serious illness of his
wife Rev. Theo. Hjerpe was unable
to fulfil hi« duties at the Swedish
Lutheran church Sunday afternoon.
Rev Nystrom of Portland filled the
DUlOit, and was entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Swenson.
Mr and Mrs. M. D. Gildersleevc
returned home Monday after several
days visit with relatives in How
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Merriam, Mr.
William Gulick, Miss Jennie Gulick
and Mr. Francis Parrott were Mon
day evening guests at the T. L. Par
rot) home in honor of Mrs. Parrots
birthday and their 15th wedding an
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Downie of Mt.
Vernon were guests over the weekend
' of their daughter, Mrs. O. L. Ander
son and family on the state road.
Mr H. Stewart has taken posses
sion of the Frank Heathers ranch,
, which he purchased recently. Mr.
and Mrs. Heathers have purchased a
1 home In Bellingham where they are
) Mr and Mrs. W. H. Walmer moved
• to the John Enos ranch, which they
bought recently. Mr. and Mrs. Enos
Will leave this week for Idaho where
' they will make an extended visit with
Miss Constance Gilbert ot Belling
ham is a guest at the C. E. Merriam
' ' home this week. .
3 I Miss Mildred Wileoxen, a bride
-1 elect, has been the inspiration for
s several social functions ths week. A
I miscellaneous shrower was given in
- her honor at her home, Saturday
afternoon, and Saturday evening a
' number of her former schoolmates
v and friends made merry nt the home
i-'of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hinton.
NOTICE OF COLLECTION OK LO
CAL IMHOVKMENT ASSESS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the regular annual Inst ailment on
Local Improvement District Number
( 14 Eighth Street and Edison Street
improvements, will be delinquent on
October 80, 1981, and all ln*tal
jlmenti not paid will be certlted to the
l count y treasurer for couecton, to
gether with interest and penalties.
J. T. 55YLSTRA.
i iE W YOUNG COWS & SIRES tor
sale from Jersey herd headed by
Kblanders Eminent (dam's record
896 lbs. in year) and Oxford Ral
eigh Lad (dam's record 101 lbs. In
■j month.) B. C. erabtree, Lynden.
•j 2-13-tf- 0
TUB LYNDBN TMBUNfI. LVNDIM, WASH., THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1421
Lynden Department Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner
Great Days In Our
Coat and Suit
Decidedly the Best Looking Coats
You Have Seen In Years
These Coats are builtrfor warmth, service and
wear. In addition, they're so very unusual at
these moderate prices that every woman in need
of a new coat will seriously consider purchasing
at her first inspection of them. The fashion is the
latest—the materials are the latest—and we can
guarantee you that the price is lower than else
Ladies' Coat—Navy blue beaver cloth, priced at
Ladies' Coat—color reindeer, Melton, belted, plain
collar and half-lined, priced at $17.50
Ladies' Coat—color Cordova, Melton, plain collar
and belted, priced at $18.50
Misses' Navy Blue Melton Coat, fur collar, half
belted, full-lined, priced at $22.50
Misses' brown polo cloth coat, half-lined, full-back,
side pockets, and belted very nifty, ... $25.00
Ladies' brown polo cloth coat, collar and cuffs are
trimmed with fur, belted, full-back, button
trimmed, priced at $22.50
Ladies' Harding Blue Velour Coat, half-belted,
full-swagger back, button trimmed and
belted, priced at $Z5.00
Ladies, when buying underwear,
why not buy the best — the kind that
fits the first time on, and don't have
to be stretched all out of shape. That s
just the kind ATHENA garments
are _ made to fit and priced the low
Ladies' Athena Wool Union Suits, all
Extra sizes $2.75
Ladies' Athena Silk and Wool Un
Extra sizes $2.50
Ladies' Athena Gray Wool Unions
Extra sizes $2.75
Ladies' Athena White Wool Vests,
all styles $1.50
Extra sizes $1.65
Ladies' Cotton Union Suits, all styles
$1.15, $1.25, $1.35, $1.75
Girls' Union Suits in cotton at
75c, $1.00, $1.25
Girls' Wool Unions... $1.25 to $2.65
SHOES FOR THE WHOLE
FAMILY AT LOW
Ladies' Black Kid Lace Dress
Shoes, military heel, all sizes,
$6.50 value at $5.00
Ladies' Black Mat Top Gun
Metal Lace Shoes, all sizes,
$5.00 values at $4.00
Ladies' Russia Calf Wing Tip
Polo Oxford, all sizes, $7.00
values at $5.50
Men's Wolverine Trench Hide
Heavy Work Shoos, brown or
smoke color, all leather, $6.50
values at $5.50
Men's Heavy Horse Hide
Brown Lace Shoes, all leather,
$5.50 values at $4.75
Boys' Heavy Horse Hide
Brown Lace Shoes, all leather,
$4.75 values at »4.00
Clothcraft Serge Special
IS THE PASSWORD THIS WEEK IN
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Money Back If Not Satisfied
Have you received your Clothcraft Serge Special Card? If
not. just call in and we will be glad to show you the real article—
a good old Clothcraft Serge Special.
Your judgment can't be wrong if you buy Clothcraft Serge
Special No. 5130, Blue $32.50
There's a vital reason and it's this—Clothcraft Serge Specials give
you the most for your dollars. Special No. 7130, Gray $30.00
It's in the fabric and value put into this suit by the makers—serge
is so dependable. Get one today. Clothcraft Serge
Special No. 7132, Brown $30.00
We guarantee these serge specials to give a long life of good
wear and service. Clothcraft Serge Special, 4130, Blue, $37.50
Other Suits priced from " $20.00 to $55.00
Men's new all-wool overcoats, dark gray, brown, special. . $13.75
Hart Schaffner and Marx Overcoats $38.50 to $50.00
Oregon City Woolen Mills Overcoats $20.00 to $38.00
Clothcraft Special Overcoats $30.00
Ladies' Coat—color reindeer, Melton, half-lmed,
full-back, feather-stitched, pony seal trimmed
collar, priced at $27.50
Ladies' navy blue Melton coat, full-pleated back,
feather-stitched, lined with silk $28.75
Ladies' Navy Blue Velour Coat, full back, button
trimmed, silk-lined, fur collar, priced at $30.00
KEEP YOU WARM?
WELL, I SHOULD SAY SO!
That's the secret about Nashua
Wooinap Blankets. The deep nap is
what does it and light in weight per
mits restful sleep.
Nashua Wooinap Plaid Blankets,
size 72x84, specially priced $5.00 pair
Nashua Wooinap White Blankets,
size 66x80, specially priced $4.00 pr.
Nashua Cotton Blankets, white or
gray, size 64x76, priced $2.25 pr.
Cotton Blankets, 68x80, white and
gray, specially priced $2.65 pr.
Wearwell Wool and Cotton Blankets,
white, bound with silk, sixe 66x80,
specially priced $7.50
Wearwell Wool and Cotton Blankets,
black check, colors blue, gray and tan
blocks, size 66x80, special price $10 pr.