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title: 'The Lynden tribune. (Lynden, Wash.) 1908-current, April 13, 1922, Page Eight, Image 8',
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THE LARGEST AND MOST MODERN
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE IN THE
ALASKA BUSINESS COLLEGE
4th Floor Exchange Building
BELLINGHAM -:- -:- WASHINGTON
SPRING LAMB FOR
will make an ideal dinner. We
have the real article. It la so ten
der it will almost melt in your
mouth, so finely flavored you'll
only wislt you could hold more.
IF vol' PREFER OTHER
ol course we can supply you and
with the very choicest kinds, too.
Why not make this Easter the
occasion for becoming acquain
ted with this market? Our prices
are not high, even It the quality
of our meat is.
Fiesh Fish on Friday and
Plenty of Chicken on Saturday.
Ray Hooks tra. Prop.
Phone M 22
Service Sanitation Satisfaction
1 UH4 HIRE FOR THE HERALD
AT THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
Now is the time to plan your garden and
buy the seeds for it. The seed assortments
are all complete now. Later, some seeds may
be all out. Seeds in packages at oc and 10c
and larger packages 15c to 25c and in bulk.
We carry four grades of bulk coffee—
20c, 25c, 35c and 40c per pound. It costs 3c
to 7c per pound to pack coffee in tin cans and
you throw the can away.
DR. DARST'S HEALTH FOODS
To our line of Health Foods, we have
added Dr. Darst's Bread, made from the gen
uine whole wheat flour. It is made according
to scientific rules by the Ideal Bakery of Bel
lingham and sells for 12'/ 2 c for a V/ 2 lb loaf.
Dr. Darst's Coarse Cut Oats, per pkg 40c
Dr. Darst's Coarse Cut Wheat, per pkg.. .35c
LOG CABIN SYRUP
Small size tin 20c
Medium size tin .40c
Large size tin 80c
W. H. ELDER
M. WADDILOVB, PROF.
DR. OTIS N. FARLEY
Office over First National Bank
LYNDEN - - WASHINGTON
DR. VAN KIRK, Specialist in di
seases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE
and THROAT. Glasses accurate
ly fitted. Bellingham National
Bank Uuilding, Bellingham.
No Medicine No Surgery
Graduate) of the Palmer School
(fountain head) of Chiropractic
Woodward & Woodward
Spinal Analysis and
302-5 Sunset Bldg., Del I i ogham
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922
(Mrs. W. H. Elder*
1 cup seeded raisins, 1 cup
■Ottl cream, i cup sugar. Bake
In two crusts.
Lemon Ohtffon I'le
(Mrs. 1). W. Alverson)
Ms cup sugar, juice ami grated
rind of one lemon, yolks of 3
eggs beaten, 8 tablespoons boil
ing water, salt. Make into a soft
custard, using a double boiler.
When cold add the stiffly beaten
whites of three eggs, adding %
cup sugar. Put In baked crust
and set in hot oven until the top
Mrs, Dena Troost and Miss
Elsie Troost visited at the I.
Neevil residence In Bellingham
Mr. C. F. Anderson was a cal
ler al the I'ugh home Sunday
Airs. G. A. Bremner called on
her friends In Bellingham Satur
Mr. and Airs. C. E. Scrihner
of Nooksack were visitors at
the O. K. Palmer home on Fri
Aliss Bertha Troost spent Sun
day night with Aliss Elsie Troost.
Air. and Alts. Harry Litton of
Blame and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Litton visited with Air. and Mrs.
Frothlngham of Lynden Sunday.
Air. and Airs. John Bovendam
and family visited at the H. Hol
tiop residence Monday evening.
Mrs Govert Van Weerdhuizeti
called on Mrs. Bremner Friday
Verntta and Blwin Palmer
were supper guests at theA.C.
Palmer home Sunday.
Mrs. J. K. TroOSt and Misses
Allie and Jennie Troost, Helen
Cope man and Marie Yon Eeuw
visited with Mrs. Demi Troost
and daughter Elsie, Tuesday af
Mr. John Bovendam and sons
Albert and Junius called at the
W. Van Dyken home at Lynden
Mr. and -Mrs. J. W. Morris
were Sunday forenoon callers al
the F. A. Pugh residence.
Mr. and Airs. Ecker and child
ren of Bellingham were guests
at the Henton home Sunday.
The G. A. Bremner family were
entertained on Sunday at the J. I.
Flowers home at Clipper.
Mrs. Harry Liiton and little
son Harold arrived Wednesday
from San Pedro, Cal., to make
an Indefinate stay at the J. B.
Mrs. Delia Troost and daughter
Elate spent Tuesday afternoon at
the John Troost residence and
Friday afternoon at the G. T.
Bchuyletnan residence at Lynden.
Visitors at the Rathbone home
Sunday were Mr. Jack Schneider,
Miss Helen Copeman, Marie Yon
Eeuw, Miss Rella Dean, Teddy
Dean and Mr. Jolin Horan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Swope and
daughters Mabel and Elsie visit-
Ed at the Archie i'alnier home
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Vail had
as their guest Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Hartelds, Jennie and
Rudy Bartelda, and Mrs. De Graff
Miss Jennie Troost returned
home Monday evening after stay
ing for some time with her sister
Mrs. Geo. Leake of Lynden.
Mrs. 11. I!. Thomas and two
children of Wickersham arrived
here Sunday for a few days visit
at the Wlllett residence.
Sunday guests at the N. Jordal
home were Mr. and Mrs. Engle
son, all of Grandview.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Have
man and children were visitors
at the Bovendam home Friday,
little Waandlena Kaveman re
maining until Sunday.
Mrs. Dona Troost and Elsie
and Charles Troostw ere Wednes
day evening callers at the Brem
Mr. and Mis. Herman Elenhaas
and baby of Lynden visited at
the W. .1. Ileutink home Sunday.
The Sheriff girls, of Fairview
called on Lela Tharp Sunday ev
Mr. and Mrs. 11. 11. Sturtz and
family. Mr. anil Mrs. If. A. Al
drlch and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Aldrich autoed to B. C.
Mrs. Rothenbulor of Acme was
a Sunday visitor al the Willett
Mr. and Mrs. G. Van Weerd
htiizen and sons Philip and Rob
ert were callers at the Terpsina
home Sunday afternoon,
Miss Minnie Troost of Relling
ham spent the week-end with
The Sturts family had as their
guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. 11. A.
Aldrich and family.
Mr. David Husimmi of Bel
lingham spent from Thursday to
Monda at the George Rathbone
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and
daughter visited at Ten Mile Sun
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Miss Mabel Cook, the district
deputy of tho Pythian Sisters,
from Dem in g, visited the Lynden
lodge Monday evening.
The Aniphictyon club will meet
at the home of .Mrs. Will Meuror
Friday afternoon, April 21.
Mr. Burley Huning, Mrs. G.
Meehr from Bellingham. visited
Tuesday at tlio C. G. Lund heme.
Ladies' and Misses's Capes and Coats in
all the new and wanted spring shades in such
popular materials as herringbones, tweeds,
vcloi rs, chinchillas, polo cloth, serges, etc.,
m k rately priced at
$7.95, $12.50, $17.50, up to $29.75
Girls' Coats and Capes, ages 6 to 14 at
$5.95, $7.50 to $10.00
SPORT JACKETS AND SKIRTS
Sport Jackets and Skirts will be popular
again this season. In buying one of these
nifty Jackets and a pleated skirt, you will
have an opportunity of replenishing your
wardrobe, at minimum expense.
All-wool Sport Jackets in navy, brown,
red, etc., only $SJJO
Pleated all wool Skirts in a nice assort
ment of beautiful patterns... .$4.95 to $11.00
Copyright 1922 Hart Scliaffner & Marx
—with the largest assortment of suits we
have been privileged to show in years, at pric
es lower than they have been since pre-war
Remember we handle such reliable
brands of suits, as Hart Schaffner and Marx
and Clothcraft makes, insuring you the ut
most in style and value. Besides, our iron
clad guarantee, "Money back if not satisfied."
Besides the plain models for men and
young men we are also showing a nice line of
sport models, now so popular.
New Spring prices on Hart Schaffner &
Marx Suits $35.00, $40.00, $45.00
Clothcraft Suits at $17.50, $25, $30, $35.
Lynden Department Store inc.
The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothes
The Spring presentation of the new fa
shions in Ladies' and Men's wear is now go
ing on in our store.
And coming with the new Easter season
of fascinating creations are the new low
prices now prevailing.
A NEW COAT OR DRESS FOR EASTER
What a remarkable difference and what
a change in a tired disposition can be had by
having a fresh new Dress or Coat for Easter.
You will want one of the nicest we are show
ing. Many exceptional spring values may
readily be seen by paying us a visit.
Men, We Are Ready
Ladies' and Misses' Dresses, made up in
the latest New York styles, of elegant quali
ty Canton Crepes and Taffetas in navy, black,
and brown, priced at —
$15.00, $19.75, $25.00, $29.75
Ladies' and Misses' Suits, of Jersey and
Tricotine, at —
$16.75 to $38.50
A NEW SILK WAIST FOR EASTER
So fresh, crisp looking are these new
blouses; just the type you enjoy wearing with
a sport jacket or a tailored suit.
New crepe de Chine and Pongee Blouses
in a variety of new spring styles at—
$3.95, $5.95 to $7.50
Voile Blouses at
$1.25, $1.95, $2.50
Clothcraft Serge Specials insure long
wear at minimum cost. These suits are sold
at a uniform price all over the United States.
5130 Clothcraft Blue Serge Suits, $30.00
4130 Clothcraft Blue Serge Suits, $35.00
7130 Clothcraft Gray Serge Suits, $29.00
7132 Clothcraft Brown Serge Suits $29.00
TOP OFF YOUR NEW SUIT WITH A
New Mallorys, lots of them, are here for
Easter. Spring prices $5.00 and $6.00
Other lines of hats at $2.75 and $3.50