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TKE UNIVERSAL CAR
The One-Ton Truck,
The Ford One-Ton Truck first made its appeal
to the farmer and the merchant because of the
merits of Ford Cars. And it made its wonderful
reputation ar.d great sales record because it lived
up to every ciaim made for it.
The reliable Ford Motor, the special Ford steel
chassis, the aluminum bronze worm-drive, all
combine to produce a truck of unusual power,
capacity and strength ■— a truck that last 9in
service; a truck that solves the haulage problem
at a very small operating and upkeep expense.
Hence the demand for the Ford One-Ton Truck
is constantly on the increase.
For the good of your business, whether it be
farming, merchandising or manufacturing, you
should come in and look over the Ford One-Ton
We are prepared to furnish the Ford Truck equipped
either with Standard or Special Gearing.-The Stand
ard Gearing gives the truck a maximum of power.
The Special Gearing increases the speed of the truck
from five to seven miles an hour, converting it into
a. Fast Delivery Cai.
G. W. ROBERTSON
Sales and Service
FORD, FORDBON, LINCOLN*
Telephone Main 11 Lynden, Wash.
RELIABLE USED CARS
We Specialize in Fords and Dodge Bros. Cars
We have Fords with or without starters.
See Us for AM Makes of Reliable Used Cars. Good Terms.
Open Sundays and Evenings.
KEARNS & SWANSON
10P-111 Grand Aye. Phone 882 Next to Fair Grocery
A TRIBUNE WANT AD COSTS ONLY 25c
FREE —All goods shipped parcel post with money back guarantee.
New Shipments of Surplus War Supplies
from different Army and Navy bases, new authorized prices, now on sale
with commercial merchandise. ALL GOODS SHIPPED FREE. We
save the public thousands ol dollars in delivery charges. Address money
orders or cheek?, with size and color of goods, to The Surprise Stores,
209 West Holly St., or 413-415 West Holly St., Bellingham, Wash.
Cashmerette Socks, now 10c
Heavy Wool NaTJfc*Bocks, now 30c
Khaki Coats (cotton), reclaim d, now. . 40c
Army Coats for growing boys, wool.
"reclaimed: now OSr
New Men's Army Wool Coats; now. . . $1.05
N.-w Army Slickers; now ja.46
M.OO Officers' Dress Shoes; now 84.05
Army Shoes for work or dress, all sizes 5;5.0.>
New Amy Wool Pants, now 83.45
Men's Cotton Breeches; reclaimiad, now Mc
Men's Breeches, wool; reclaimed; .. $1.05
Army Work Shoes; row $2.8U
$8.50 Jerkins, vest Style, leather
ji 60 Army Motor Transport Gloves ..70c
Army Khaki Jersey Gloves, now 18c
New'o. D. Wool Wtap Laggings Sac
U S Marine or Army Leggings, canvas BWe
v. S. Army Knapsacke, now. . . .. .. ..SOe
New Army Trench Shoes, hobnailed .$;. 4->
V s \ni Pcmchoa, now BBc
I*' S Army Belts; regulation; all sizes .10c
Brae Cbambray Work shirts; now 08c
Khaki Handkerchief a; now Tc
Canvas Gloves, with wristlets; now 0c
$100 Army Leather Gloves; now 40c
Navy Style Black Shoes; now M.BH
$7 00 Army Dross Shoes; now »4.0»
$10 00 Hi Cut Shoes, tan: K,-in. boots W7.95
New Army Waist Overalls, heavy, now 95c
New Amy Canteen Bottles, aluminum . .49c
New Mess Kits; now 30c
The Surprise Stores
209 West Holly St.. Bellingham 413-415 West Holly St., Bellingham
ORDER TODAY FROM THESE PRICES
Save Time and Money
v Chassis *
O. D. Wool Sleeveless Sweaters; BOW. $1.35
N*w O. P. Wool Long Pants; I. S.
issue; now $».4n
Kh«kl Pants; now $1.40
Heavy Moleskin Pants; now $2.80
Khaki Shirts: now . .80c
N\w Khaki Serge Wool U. S. Army
Shirts; now 83.A5
Army Wool Flannel Shirts, class B . $1.98
$0.00 Harness Leather Mahogany
Puttee.; now 84.33'
Ami] Bala fonts
rtuble Back, now 83.05
515.06 Moleskin Raincoats; now $0.0.-.
Raincoats, dark gray and black; now K4.OS
818.00 Officers' Style Army Raincoat* 57.95
Blankets. guarantee! Khaki, wool,
perfect, new; now $3.45
New Navy Pea Jacket a; blur niackiuaw
style coat; wool Mrlton; BOW $0.73
Army Overcoats; all wool khaki: class
B; now 83.75
Army (goat wool. Sox, heavy; now 30r
Navy style Pea Jackets, now $0 95
|8.00 Corduroy Breaches; bow $8.05
7B« Navy Cashmere Wool Hose. now. . . 33c
$4.00 50<r, Wool Union Suits; now. . . $2.95
I". S. Navy Underwear; now 4itc
Heavy Silver Gray Cotton Union Suits $1.10
15 Wool Union Suits, 100% wool; now $3.95
New Navy Wool Underwear; now. . $1.25
New Army Cotton Underwear, heavy
ribbed; now 70c
THE LYNDEN TRIBUTE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1922
DAVID HUSBAND IS
ILL Df BELLINGHAM
Mrs. Rathbone was called to
Bellingham Monday evening on
account of the serious illness of
her uncle, Mr. David Husband.
Mr. Robert Anderson, who ar
rived Wednesday from South Da
kota, is visiting at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Mrs. James Tharpe. Lela and
Ethel and William Tharpe, spent
Christmas at the home of Mrs.
Tharpe's brother at Arlington.
Mr. Ver Haag was a supper
guest of the Pugh family Fri
Mr. and Mrs. George Rathbone
and son Floyd spent Monday af
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Curry and family of Mountain
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Matthews
called on Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Miss Mary Sturman of Friday
Harbor and Miss Viola Sturman
of Curlew are spending their va
cation with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Jeffers en
tertained at Christmas dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Able of
Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Cooley and daughters of Belling
Mrs. Felix Pugh spent from
Wednesday to Friday at Law
rence, and on Thursday attended
the funeral services for the late
Mr. J. Elenbaas and Mr. J. S
Heulink were guests at the W.
J. Heutink home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Swope and
daughters were among the Palm- ,
ar relatives who enjoyed their
Christmas dinner at the G. A. R.
Hall at Lynden.
On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Pugh and daughter Zcmia and
Miss Kate Pugh autoed to Bel
lingham from whence the latter
went to Seattle to spend Christ
mas with her brother. Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Willett and son
Adrian, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Morris were delightful guests
at the Bovendam residence Wed
Guests at the M. L. Sturman
home Monday were Clarence Lacy
>f Lynden, and Mr. Richardson
of the U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
Mr. Williams and Mr. Mul- |
house, who recently arrived from
Chicago, were dinner guests at
the G. N. Heaton residence on
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson,
jr.. and Mr. A. E. Anderson sr.
were Bellingham visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palmer
and family were entertained at
the P. A. Clarke home at North
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mi-
Dougal and children and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Anderson and chil
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Deobald and children were Christ
mas dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Seat.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtrop
and daughter Fern of Glendale,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Haveman
and children of Lynden spent
Monday with the Bovendam fam
Elgie Otley of Custer and Cecil
Otley of Bellingham were callers
at the Morris home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Banks
and children were Christmas
guests of the Willett family. In
the afternoon, the Willett and
Banks families visited at the L.
Hamilton residence at Blame.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stuart and
Pearl and Garnet Stuart of Mis
sion City, B. C.i were visitois at
the H. H. Sturtz home Saturday.
Miss Jennie Troost, who is
.'employed at Seattle, is home for
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Banks and
children, Bruce and Betty Mac,
Mrs. H. Willett nnd Mr. J. Boy-
)'endam auto.i to Bellingham on
) Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Vail and
l children were entertained at :he
ijake Bartelds home at North
' The family enjoyed
'jChristinas dinner Sunday at the
1 home of Mrs. Bremner's mother.
f M) 8. L Wilson, of Bellingham.
Mr. Archie Palmer and family
''spent Christmas day at the Lour
'en Bayes home, at Nooksack.
•j Mr. and Mrs H. H. Sturtz and
family autoed 10 Bellingham on
Monday and were entertained at
• the H. A. A)di-ich home. Mr 6.
Sturtz. Donald and Sarah Lou'.o
remaining until Tuesday.
I The J. K. Ti T«t f mily were
'Cbr'itmas KWVt* of Mr. and Mrs.
'George Leake and children of
1 Mr. Verhaag and Mr. F. A.
' Pugh were Bellingham visitors
1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and 1
i daughter June, enjoyed Christ-'
'< mas dinner at the home of Mr.
1 Allan's brother, Mr. Harley Al
lien of Bellingham.
! Mr. and Mrs. Willett and son
Adrian spent Monday evening at
'the Banks residence.
FINE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
j GIVEN AT FOREST GROVE
! The Forest Grove community
was entertained Friday afternoon
with a short Christmas program
directed by Miss Helen Haney, •
the local teacher. The school
room was prettily decorated with 1
evergreens and red streamers. A 1
■ beautifully trimmed Christinas 1
/tree laden with little gifts lor '
each child, was a source of much
enjoyment to the children. j
Mrs. J. P. Lawrence delight- .'
fully entertained her Sunday -
school claws with a Christmas 1
party Wednesday evening. After
a jolly eveninng of games a dam- : '
ty luncheon was served to the 1
children gathered around a table j
mi:de beautiful with a tiny J
Christmas tree and Christmas '
decorations. present were J
jWinnifred Poiter, Jean McMIl- :
len. Addie Guckert, Bruce Lar- J
son, Bert Johnson, Morion Law- '
rence, Martha Tjoelker, Ethel j
Jones and Jeanette Smith.
j Miss Helen Haney left Friday J
[evening for Everett to spend the '
Christmas vacation with her mo- 1
ther, Mrs. Maud Haney.
, Mrs. Maria Prouty returned *
last week from Bellingham where 1
she has been visiting Mrs. Amy
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson
and sou Bert spent Christmas ;'
with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs.!'
The pupils of the Forest Grove '
school are enjoying a week's va- :,
[i Mrs. A. G. McMillan was host-i
ess to the members of the Book '
,',and Thimble Club Thursday af-|
ternoon. At the business meet-1
ing Mrs. J. P. Lawrence gave a
' report of the meeting of the j I
' Home Economics Clubs held at
! H. B. Carroll's office, which she
attended. The ' rlub members
are planning to make a comforter
. which is to be raffled off. After
the business meeting a short pro
* gram was given consisting of
Christmas readings by Mrs. J. P.
' Lawrence and Mrs. Harry Guck
ert, recitations by Grace Guckert
! and Jean McMillen. After the
program a Christmas tree with
' many pleasing little surprises for
, the children and their mothers
were enjoyed. Lite in the aftor
" I noon refreshments were served
' No Mrs. J. J. P-.rtcr and chi £reil,
' Mrs. Harry Be.dell. Mrs. David
J Corbett, Mrs. J. p. Lawrunct,
I Mrs. Harry Oncker* and children.
. Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mrs.
Fritz Meanschor and children,
' Mrs. Maria ProntV and thi host
"ir.'s. The nc.vr meeting w.l be
• with Mrs. J. J. Ictfr. January <.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meunscher
entertained wit. a lamily Christ
mas dinner. Plates were lal 1 for
Mr. and Mr*. L. E. Morgan
hare as their CI l istmas guest i
liieir daughter Mrs. Minnie
Smith Mr. Edward Morgan and
Mr. B. Ransom all oi Seattle.
Mr. and Mr-. V. J. Carter and
daughter Mary cf BelliUfchßid
m'ck Sunday dinne - guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Li.'vience.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Porter en
t( 'ai'ied Chr:.i\nf> = day with a
dinner. The ,;.icsts were Mia.
Kettle Wright and daughter Av
i.ille and Mr. V.'ilner Fuller wh.-
n'otored from Seattle Monday
morning, Mr;. Amy Prouty I
[Oil Clinton were also Chr'i'.nWa
puests of Mr. and Mrs. Porte".
Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
nr'il Mrs. J. P. Lawrence weie
DR. F. L. WOOD
LYNDEN - - WASI!INGTON
RALPH B. LE COCO
Mondays reserved for Ccurt
DR. 0. A. SAND
308 Front St., Lyntien
DR. OTIS N. FARLEY
Office over First National Bank
| I.rXDEN - • WASHINGTON
Big Reduction on ail suite, coats, furs, and
dresses at Wahl's, to clear stock
Miss Edna of Seattl.-.
Mix* Arta La-'.teute of Olympia,
and Mr. and Mrs. J< nas Lawrence
of Bellingham. The Misses Law
rence will reman with their
"tit* until after the holiday*.
Mr and Mrs. a G. McMillan
tntl uuughterj, ."ti.n and Virgin
ia, wire guests Christmas of
'Mrs. McMillan'* mother, Mrs. A!- I
ma West of Qeiiew.
Mrs. Peter Danle was pleas
antly surprised Thursday after
jnn« *.i when a lumber of trends
called. The time wai spent wl'h
needlework. The many guests
hrottght a dainty luncheon which
w<i < served late in the afte-noc 'i
:o r i?. David Corbctt, Mrs. .1. P.
Lawrence, Mrs. Ci.rl Meuns.'lu -,
It vs. Fritz Meins-ler. Mm. lia>-
i".' Guckert. Mrs. Harry Sei'ell,
,Mrs. Alma Weat, Mrs. J. J. Per
il r. Airs. Andre* Johnson, and
Mrs. A. G. McMillan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tjeolkei
and family attended Christmas
services in Lynden Monday morn
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scritn
scher and little daughter June,
i wore guests Christmas day at
the home of Mrs. Scrimucher's
si ter, inn Belhnglu.ni
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guckert
entertained Monday w : th a family
Christmas dinner. Plates wore
laid for twelve.
Mr. Paul and Cecil Barnum en
■ i yod a day.-, duck hunting in
ills v , inity Monday
Mr and Mt*. Peter DarTk' ami
A Comedy and Pat he News
SUNDAY & MONDAY
New Year's Eve and
New Year's Nijfht
VERA GORDON and
See this wonderful picture..
You'll laugh and that wet on
your cheek will be a tear.
"OUT OF THE
And the Comedy
SHOW STARTS AT 7:lb
B. HoUenbeck, Proprieter
Investigate The 5 3 Values
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J3* "RSi-v-ix, sres©
rKilgiiier Ma*:-: were guests ol
Mrs. Dahle's sister. Mrs. G. Sand
ness, Christmas Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dai.i- « -
[ tertained with a Christmas din
! nor Monday. The guests were
, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rasmusaon
and children. Mrs. David Cor
bett w-as a guest in the afternoon.
I Rev. Borge of the Lutheran
church of Lawrence held Christ
mas services at tbe lion;' of Mrs.
Annie Johnson. Christmas day.
Guests at the Burgraff home
on Christmas day were Mr. ami
(THI NEW STORE)
1320 BAY STREET
WISHES YOU AND YOURS
A PROSPEROUS. HAPPY
¥ho rays j-he
That unsung Hero of a Million
Homes — FATHER!
And now. in this wonderful heart drama by
the author of 'Humoresque/' Father comes
gloriously into his own.
Made of the joys and tears of plain folks,
it'll fill your heart with a glowing gladness.
You'll laugh and that wet on your cheek
will be a tear, when you see—
Starring VERA GORDON
and I>ORE DAVIDSON
IT'S A PARAMOUNT PICTURE!
LIBERTY THEATRE, LYNDEN
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
December 31 and January 1
Admission 10c and 35c
Mm. Ed. Hoekstra. of Lynden,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Bur
graff of Lawrence.
Mrs. Mary Burgrafl has had a
Del i lighting system installed.
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Mary Burgruff were Mr. and Mrs.
3. Dyksterhuii and children of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobs
and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bixby and
two daughter! Florence and Mir
: i i w< re Christmas dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacobs.