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DELTA & SUNSHINE
LOCAL PARTY LEAVES
TO WORK IN ORCHARDS
Mr and Mrs. Will Kelly, Har-
Dld Weidkamp and Hartwig West
lund left on Tuesday for Wenat
to work during the fall
months in the fruit orchards and
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson. Miss
Mabel Ericson and Mr. Ira Stauf
tel visited at Mt. Vernon Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boice and
family have moved to the Ray
This is the car for the country.
No new model Chevrolet has ever met with such quick success with farmers. It is just what
they have long wanted —a high-grade closed car at a surprisingly low price.
* Like every other Chevrolet model it offers immatchable VALUE.
The high-grade Fisher Body is practical as well as hand
some. The extra large, heavy plate-glass windows afford
clear vision on all four sides.
The mammoth rear compartment with locking cover con
tains 14 cv. ft. of space for luggage, packages, produce
and merchandise of all kinds.
The upholstery is in gray whipcord—wide, comfortable,
well-sprung seat and back —easily kept clean. Equipment
includes standard three speed transmission, vacuum feed,
Lynden Motor Company, Inc.
Smith farm on the Glendale pave
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ardema and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
I and Mrs. Andrew Vander Yacht.
The Axlund threshing machine
has been at work in this com
munity this week.
Students attending high school
from Delta and Sunshine are:
Ruth Anderson. Alice and Mabel
; Larson. Alice Nelson, Ralph and
Clifford Kellar, Philip Anderson.
Delmar Vander Griend, Harry
Vander Yacht. George Vander
Yacht and Russel Bayes.
Thelma Helgath and Allle Van
The Lowest Priced High Grade Closed Car
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1922
der Mey left Monday morning,
I accompanied by Jennie Van Wyhe
land Alice Hatley of Lynden fori
Beilingham to attend the Normal
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berger and
children of Sunrise and Mr. and
Mrs. Will Berger of Mt. Vernon
spent Sunday at the J. F. Hel
The work on the North Delta
road contracted by Charles Lind
and company has been completed.
They will leave soon for Skagit
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Bollen and
Edith and Orville spent Sunday
Delivered in Lyndon
The chassis is the Superior Chevrolet with that celebrated
valve-in-head motor, which has been an important factor
In giving us first place in sales of standard equipped au
No matter what car you own or think of buying, you owe
it to yourself to see this all-weather Utility Coupe and
COMPARE IT for value and low mileage costs.
Farmers know car value. That is why they are buying
this model by the thousands.
Crescent Mercantile Co., Inc.
The Crescent Mercantile Company is the successor to the Dry Goods. Shoes, and Clothing De
partments of the Farmers Mercantile Company, and we wish to invite everyone to come in and compare
our quality and prices with any store in the country. The big sale we just had left our stock in a condi
tion where it was necessary to buy complete new lines in nearly every department. So when you buy an
article here you are sure to get new merchandise as it is impossible to show you an article which has been
in the store more than four months. There isn't another store in the state of Washington that can do
this if they have been in business one year or more.
We realize that the people of Lynden have been paying the top price for their merchandise and
we have adopted the policy of selling at a smaller margin of profit and doing a bigger volume of business.
So we are going over the entire stock and marking it down. HERE ARE SOME OF THE CUTS MADE
Shoes that sold regularly at $6.00, marked
down to $4.85
Shoes that sold regularly at $7.00, marked
down to $6.00
House Slippers that sold regularly at $2.00,
marked down to $1.49
Outing Flannel that sold regularly at 21e,
marked down to 18c
Outing Flannel that sold regularly at 26e,
marked down to 23c
Velour, that sold regularly at 50c, marked
down to 35c
Sweaters that sold regularly at $6.00,
marked down to $4.95
Wool Sox, that sold regularly at 50c,
marked down to 39c
Ladies' Wool Hose, that sold regularly at
85c, marked down to 60c
with Mrs. Bollen's cousin, Mrs.
Lansing Nichols, of Sedro Wool
Mrs. Jake Dykema was a cal
ler at the home of Mrs. Elzo
Mrs. P. O. Berthuson returned
home from Medical Lake Sauir
day. She reports a splendid trip.
Little Mildred Vander Yacht
spent the week at the L. Ardama
home at Glendale.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller
and family were guests at the
Henry Rust home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander
Mey and Allie and George Van
Welcome to the
1 der Mey were dinner guests at
J the Jake Bartelds home Sunday.
The Home Economics club met
'at the home of Mrs. Henry Van
der Yacht last Wednesday. Sev
eral ladies were present and a
fine time was enjoyed.
Tuesday evening, Sept. 19, Rev.
Paul Ericson will hold services
lin the Baptist church. Rev. Asp
luud of Ferndale will occupy the
pulpit at the Baptist church next
Word was received here Tues
day of the death of Mrs. Antouie
Rathman formerly of this place,
but who has resided in Beiling
ham the past two years.
TO GIVE RECEPTION FOR
FOREST GROVE TEACHER
I On Friday, September 22, a
; reception in honor of Miss Helen
Haney, the Forest Grove teacher
will be held in the afternoon,
from three to five o'clock at the
' school house. The ladies of the
Book and Thimble club will be!
hostesses and every mother in
the district is cordially invited
:to attend. A short program is
being planned and refreshments
will be served by the club ladies
Mrs. Andrew Johnson under
went a serious operation at St. 1
Luke's Hospital in Beilingham
I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams
and children and Mr. W. E. West
of Beilingham spent Sunday and ,
! Monday at the home of Mr. and
■ Mrs. Arthur McMillen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lawrence
j were Sunday afternoon callers at j
the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Sam 1
Allbaugh. of Greenwood, and '
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Chis'holm of'
Forest Grove school opened on
Tuesday with an attendance of :
thirty-two pupils. Miss Helen Ha- |
,ney is the teacher in charge. She,
is boarding at the home of Mr.
and Mtb. Joseph Rainford during
her stay in this district.
Mrs. H. E. Seidell entertained
the Book and Thimble club last
Thursday afternoon at her home.
An interesting paper on the new
jelly-making product, "Certo"
WM read by Mrs. McMillen and
discussed by the women. Those
present were Mrs. Fritz Muens
cher. Mrs. Arthur McMillen, Mrs.
Keith Ahrens, Mrs. J. P. Law
rence, Mrs. Annie Porter, Mrs.
Harry Guckert and the hostess.
Mrs. E. E. Johnson and daugh
ters Dorothy and Laura were
Wednesday evening callers at the
home of Mrs. Annie Johnson.
Mrs. Annie Johnson spent sev
eral days in Beilingham last week
at the home of her sister, Mrs.
DR. O. A. SAND
308 Front St., Lynden
Woolen Dress Goods, that sold regularly
at $3.50, cut to ~ .$2.89
Men's heavy union suits, that sold regularly
at $6.00, cut to .$4.85
Men's heavy union suits, that sold regular
ly at $4.50, cut to $3.45
Men's heavy wool sox, that sold regularly
at 40c, cut to * 29c
Men's Corduroy Pants, that sold regularly
at $5.50, cut to . .$4.85
Men's Flannel Shirts, that sold regularly at
$2.50, cut to * $1.95
These Prices are Here to Stay
FRFF A S° od tablet « and r «"?r with TRET
lllljLrf every pair of school shoes.
Frank Walsh Runs Movie
Frank Walsh and E. C. Web
ster, well known in this section,
have formed a partnership and
will operate a moving picture
machine in Grell's Opera House
in Everson, to be known as the
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Lynden Department Store, Inc.
A number of Lynden's young
people were DOSte at a dance
Friday evening at the I. O. O. F.
Hall. Music was furnished by
the Boerheve Sisters. Quite a
, large crowd in attendance.
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