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Many Ford owners can afford to own and oper
ate any car they may choose, but they prefer a
Ford "because it is a Ford."
For because it is a Ford" means dependability,
ease of operation, efficiency—and it means sure,
And "because it is a Ford" means good taste,
pride of ownership and genuine Common Sense.
The Ford Sedan, a closed car of distinction, beauty
and convenience, is the ideal all year 'round car,
for pleasure or business —for the farm, town or
city. It gives you all that any car can give at a
much lower cost for operation and maintenance.
Ford Cars of all types are in great demand, so
place jour ordef at once if you wish to avoid
delay in delivery.
G. W. ROBERTSON
Phone Main 11 Lvnden, Wash.
TRY THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
We worked on Camels for years before we put them
on the market. Years of testing—blending—experi
menting with the world's choicest tobaccos.
And now, EVERY DAY, all our skill, manufactur
ing experience and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos
are concentrated on making Camel the best cigarette
that can be produced.
There's nothing else like Camel QUALITY. And
there's nothing else like Camels wonderful smoothness,
fine tobacco flavor and FREEDOM FROM CIGA
That's why Camel popularity is growing faster than
A better cigarette cannot be made.
We put the utmost quality into
THIS ONE BRAND.
Sedan $660 X±*
F. O. H Detroit
With Starter and demountable Rim*
fHE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN,WASH., THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1921
MANY LYXPFX PEOPLE WIX
COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM CHECKS
Many Lynden people have received
premium checks from the County
Fair this week. Among the Lynden
winners of prizes were the following:
Shelled Grains and Grasses
Peck Bluebell peas—Paul Brown,
first; H Vander Mey, second.
Peck oats, P. J. Konrew, first and
Paul Brouwer, second.
Peck field peas, E. Markstrom.
Peck Canadian field peas, H. Van
der Mey, first
(■rains and Forage Plants
Best exhibit, J H. Smith, second.
Sheaf oats. Herb Day, first, and S.
D. Walston, second.
Sheaf rye, H. Vander Mey. second.
Bundle dent corn. Gerrit Duiiu,
Sheaf of any forage, A. J. Knutzen,
Gravenstein, Louis Zweegman,
first, and B Oltman, second.
Wagner, Joe Elenbaas, first, and
J. G. Bodine, second.
Black Siberian, Mrs. E. Boyce, sec
Hyslop., H. Vander Mey, first.
Pear* in Plata
Bartlett, Mrs. H Zuidersma, sec
Bennett, Minnie Vander Mey, first.
Plate black walnuts, Louis Zweeg
Plate grapes, N'iagra, Mrs. C.
, Bayes, first.
Plate grapes, other varieties, W.
Telgenhofl', first; J. Elenbaas, .sec
Plate Italian prunes, E. Markstrom,
Plate quinces, J. G. Bodine, first;
i Mrs. L. H. Gray, second.
Box blackberries, Louis Zweeg- ;
Box raspberries, David Collart,
ifirst; Mrs. Cavender, second,
i Box strawberries, Mrs. J. Elen
Guernsey—bull, three years or ov
.er, Vander (Mend Bros., first; bull,
two years and under three, R. Hen
coop, first; bull one year and under
two, Nels Jacobson, first; senior bull
calf, Vander Griend Bros., second;
junior bull calf, Vander Griend Bros,
first; cow four years or over, Van
de Griend Bros., second; cow three
years and under four years, Vander
Griend Bros., first and second; heif
er, two years and under three, Van
der Griend Bros., first; senior year
ling heifer, Vander Griend Bros.,
Dr. P. L. Wood fit 3 glasses sclen
tfically and accurately.
[second; junior heifer calf. Vander
Si Griend Bros., second.
Guernsey young herd, Vander
( j Griend Bros., second,
v Guernsey groups—Two animals of
D one cow, Vander Griend Bros., sec
: jond; four animals of one sire, Van
der Griend Bros., .first,
i. Poult ry
Plymouth Rocks, Barred — Tom
v Smith, Lynden, second; hen, Tom'
Smith, second; cockerel, Tom Smith
( first and second; pullet, Tom Smith
Brat and second; young pen, Tom
. Smith first.
Light Braham—Young pen, Mrs. j
L. Berthusen, first.
Dark Brown Leghorns, R. C — Old
I, hen, Gerrit Duim, first.
White Leghorns, S. C.—Cock, Ray
Slade, first; old pen, Mrs. J. H.
Swope, second; young pen, Mrs. J.
H. Swope. first.
White Leghorns, R. C. —Hen, J.
Zweegman, second; cockerel, Zweeg
tuan, first and second; pullet, Zweeg
man, second; old pen, Zweegman.
first; young pen, Zweegman, first.
I S. C. Black Leghorns—Hen, Ray
Slade,, first and second; cockerel,
Slade, first and second.
S. C. Black Minorca—Cock, Mike
Vander Griend, second; hen, Mike
Vander Griend first and second; old
pen, M. Vander Griend, first.
S. C. Mottled Anconas—Cock, Jooy
Verduin, first and Mrs. Berthusen,
second; hen, Harry Bartelds, first,
Joey Verduin, second; pullet, Bar
telds,first and Verduin, second; cock
erel, Harry Bartelds. first, and Joey j
Verduin, second; old pen, Verduin.
jurat and Bartelds, second; young pen
Bartelds, first, and Verduin, second. >
I White Games—Hen, George Van- i
jder Yacht, first and second; cockerel, j
George Vander Yacht, first; pullet,
George Vander Yacht, first.
Game Bantams, Black breasted i
Red—Cock, Geo. Vander Yacht, sec- j
ond; hen, Vander Yacht, second;
: cockerel, Vander Yacht, first and H. '
| Telgenhofl', second; pullet, Vander
Bronze —Adult cock, Mrs. P. Dahle,
first; young cock, Mrs. Otto Sehit,
first and Mrs. P. Dahle, second; hen, i
Mrs. Dahle. first; pullet, Mrs. Sehit. i
first; pen, Mrs. Dahle, first.
Chocolate Layer Cake—Mrs. C. M.
Devil's Food Cake — Ada Pyeatt,
Lemon Pie —Mrs. M. Kenoyer, sec
Apple pie—Mrs. E. Bentley, first. I
Blackberry pie—Mrs. E. Telgen- !
hoff, first, and Mrs. G. Preston, sec
Mince pie—Clara Brundage, first. '
Assortment of home-made candies R
—Mrs. Cavender, second.
Assortment of home-made pies—
Mrs. C. M. Huisman, first.
Loganberries—Mrs. O. E. Wilson,
first; and Ada J. Pyeatt, second.
Black raspberries—John Louws.
Lynden, first and Mrs. G. Vander
Red raspberries—Ada J. Pyeatt,
first and John Louws, second.
Tame blackberries — Mrs. C. M.
Wild Blackberries—Mrs. C. Boyce,
Gooseberries —Mrs. Cavender, first.
Royal Ann cherries —John Louws.
Pie cherries—Mrs. C. Cavender,
Black cherries—John Louws, first
and Mrs. G. Vander Griend, second.
Italian prunes—Mrs. Anna Gaskill.
Yellow plums—Mrs. Anna Gaskill.
Yellow peaches—Mrs. M. Kenoyer,
first, and Clara Brundage, second.
Bears—John Louws, first.
Bed currants—Mrs. Anna Gaskill.
White currants—Mrs. Anna Gas
Display of twelve varieties—A. J.
Pyeatt, first and Mrs. M. Vander
Beets—Mrs. M. Kenoyer, second.
Sweet corn — Mrs. S. Cavender,
Whole string beans, light—Mable
Whole string beans, dark—Mrs.
J. Pyeatt, first and Mabel Steffe, sec
Cut string beans, light—Nellie Bo
Cut string beans, dark—Mrs. L.
H. Guy. Lynden, first, Ada J. Pye
Cauliflower—Miss B. Hof, second.
Spinach—Mrs. Verbrugge, second.
Onions—Ada J. Pyeatt, first and
Mrs. M. Vander Griend, second.
Cabbage—Mrs. C. M. Huisman,
Bad cabbage—Mrs. C. M Huisman,
Display, not less than six cans—
Adella Preston, first and Mrs. Caven
Section white comb honey—L. As
DR. S. S. HOWE. Practice limited
to the EYE, EAR. NOSE, and
THROAT. GLASSES FITTED. Bel
Our Bulk Peanut Butter
Is Lower Than Present
We are selling that fine Peanut Butter in bulk
at less than the present wholesale price. You can
buy it here at 2 pounds for 25c.
Peanut Butter is a splendid food for the children;
let them eat all they want of it.
BUY FRESH BULK GOODS HERE
AND SAVE MONEY
You always save on buying bulk groceries
here. You do not have to pay for labels or cans or
packages—every penny of your money goes for the
Order from the following list—
Bulk Ginger Snaps, per pound 15c
Bulk Cookies, per lb 25c
Bulk Soda Crackers, per lb 16c
Bulk Soda Flakes and Oyster Crackers, per lb, 16c
Bulk Graham Crackers, per lb 18c
Bulk Macaroni 3 puonds for 25c
Bulk Pure Lard, 2 pounds for 35c
Bulk Tea, per lb 35c
Bulk Pure Cider Vinegar, gal 15c
Bulk Raisins, per lb 25c
Bulk Chocolate, per lb 30c
Bulk Cocoa, 2 pounds for 25c
GAS LAMPS AND LANTERNS
We have the Coleman Gasoline Lamps and
Lanterns— the best on the market. They give a
fine white light and are absolutely safe. Inexpen
sive to operate.
TRY QUAKER MILK MACARONI
QUAKER 'MILK MACARONI' is being sold
here now, and we recommend it to those who want
a delicious macaroni dish. It is made from a mix
ture of wheat, and powdered whole and skim milk.
Priced at 25c a package.
STAR MERCANTILE CO.
THE LARGEST AND MOST MODERN
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE IN THE
ALASKA BUSINESS COLLEGE
4th Floor Exchange Building
TRY A TRIBUNE WANT AI) FOR RESULTS
JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR THE NEW
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ix 6 No. 3 and better Car Siding—
10 ft. to 18 ft. lengths inclusive.. $20 per M ft.
5, 6, 7, 8 ft. lengths $15 per M ft.
4 ft. lengths $10 per M ft.
Ixßx4 Com. Shiplap $10 per M ft.
Ix 6to 1x12—4 ft. Com. S. I. S .SIO.OO per M ft.
2x4 and 2x6—4 ft. Com Sized $10 per M ft.
Take a look at our Special XAX Brand of R.
C. Shingles; they are every bit as good as the av
erage shingle sold as~Clears.
Get our prices on screen doors. t
BLOEDEL-DONOVAN LUMBER MILLS
C. K. Smith, local manager
Ed Eerkes, Proprietor
Phone M 46