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BIG FREE OFFER
With every 3 pounds of Closset sold next week, we will give away Just-Rite Coffee Maker If you like good coffee, you should have one of these devices. They fit any coffee pot. See Our Demonstration All Next Week. This Offer Is Good Only from Monday, February 21, to Saturday, February 26. Lynden Department Store PUBLIC SALE As I am quitting the ranch, I will offer the following described property at auction at my place 7 miles north and 1 mile west from Ferndale, 6 miles west of Lynden on paved Glendale road, on Monday, Feb. 21st TEAM of HORSES, geldings, 5 and 6 yrs. old, weight 1600 pounds each. 16 head of HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE —13 milch cows, now milking, and 3 yearling heifers to be fresh in fall. 1 Registered HOLSTEIN BULL,, Nooksack Sir Homestead Fayne No. 236911. All cattle tuberculin tested and guaran teed to be free from red water and abortion. 2 BERKSHIRE SHOATS, weight about 90 pounds each. Farm Implemets 3V -in. wagon; set double harness; gravel bed; hay rack; hay rake; tedder; McCor mick mower- disc; harrow; 14-in. plow; double-shovel plow; wood saw; set blacksmith tools- ten 10-gallon milk cans; two 5-gallon cans; milk cooler; hay and straw in mow; i stands bees; some household furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. rrnnUffC Al? CAI P. All sums of $10.00 or under, Cash. On all sums over $10.00, 1 LliMo \)r OALL. 6 months time will be Riven on approved bankable notes bear ing 8 ocr cent interest. All goods must be settled for before removal. Parties desiring credit should see the clerk before the sale. M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer Golden West Coffee free our wonderful INCORPORATED BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. Livestock: I. L.. Hively and Devers THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASH., THURSDAY. FEB. 17, 1921 PERCY HOOD, Clerk LYNDEN SCHOOL NEWS The marching pennant was award d to Miss Imus' first grade last week, the judges being Johanna Segel of the eighth grade Margaret Shagren of the seventh, sod Clarence Hatley of the sixth. The fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades went to the high school gymnasium at three o'clock Friday afternoon to watch the grade basket ball team beat Pleasant Valley 26 to C. John Young, Roland Shagren, Sherman Whlted, Russel Rittenberg, Dale Henry and Clare Johnson play ed. Mrs. Wood visited the eighth grade Friday afternoon. Most of the grades celebrated Lin coln's birthday Friday. Miss Nes sen's second graders wore little flags all day. Miss Imus' first grade dra matized Lincoln stories, and the Sth grade gave the following program during their history period: Reports: Lincoln's Childhood, Charles Ash ton; Lincoln, the Storekeeper, Flor ence Bradley; Lincoln the Lawyer, Johanna Segel; Lincoln, the Presi dent, Clare Johnson; Lincoln and His Children, Beulah Serrurier; Get tysburg Adress, Ruth Ranton; "O, Captain! My Captain!" Martha Ver mculen; Lincoln Statues and Me morials with pictures, Mildred Foun tain. Other members ot the class told stories Lincoln told, and Miss Wright read to them from "Tad and His Father," by Bullard. Ear! Handy entered the fifth grade from Geneva, Tuesday. The seventh grade is studying the new Balkan states in Geography. Theodoro Pasma visited Miss Straks' room this week. Ellen Olsen and Elma Stedman have returned to the fourth grade after an absence due to illness. | Mrs. Vermeulen and Miss Cheney [visited the eighth grade Tuesday. Edith Handy entered the second grade Tuesday. ' Four more school magazines have come, "Popular Mechanics," "The Independent," "The American Boy." and "The Literary Digest." The sixth grade geography class is beginning the study of Washing ton. Marion Thayer is absent from the first grade on account of illness. Harold and Howard Van Patten are absent from the third grade, hav ing just had their adenoids removed. The fifth grade boys are bringing money to buy a baseball and bat. The following eighth graders had perfect papers in their monthly spel ling examination Friday: Johanna Segel, Beulah Serrurier, Mildred Fountain, Ruth Ranton. Justine Cus in, Sylvina Klocke, Clare Johnson. Robert Rittenberg, Charles Ashton, Walter Elder. Nora Stedman has returned to the first grade after two weeks' absence. Mrs. Hitchcock and Mrs. Stodman visited the fifth grade last week. The eighth graders are making graphs of their spelling grades this month. Milk for last week: Monday—Bth, 18 qt.; Tuesday—7th, 1 pt.; Wed- nesday—lst and 6th, 4% at; Thurs day—2nd and 3rd. 6% at.; Friday— 4th. 4V6 qt. Miss Tachell visited the fifth grade Valentine Party Friday. Twenty-eight fifth graders got 100 In their weekly spelling test Friday. Leota Gahan is absent from the third grade on account of illness. Helen Wilcox has returned to the fourth grade. Everyone celebrated St. Valentine's Day Friday. All the lower grades had Valentine boxes and played games. The first grade were served candy hearts; the second, ginger snaps; the third had frosted heart shaped cakes and cookies with their initials on in pink. The Becond grad ers in Miss Nessen's room had a Val entine hunt, and the one who found the most received a prize. They al so had Valentine puzzles with a prize for the one who first arranged his puzzle, after which Margaret Waples as Queen of Hearts, and Donald Lauckhart as helper brought in the basket and distributed the Valentines. The sixth graders had candy canes, while the seventh enjoyed the time honored treat of sucking oranges through sticks of candy. The eighth graders, having grown beyond Val entine boxes, were served with Ice cream and cookies. W. C. T. IT. NOTES An interesting meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held at the home of Mrs. Angus Young last Thursday. A talk on '"Child Delinquency" was given by Dr. Wood and was much appreciated. A silver offering amounting to eight dollars and seventy-five cents was taken up for the European Relief. The next meeting will be held next Thursday, Febraury 24, at the home of Mrs. Janey Palmer. Come and bring others with you. DR. VAN KIRK, Specialist in dis eases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Glasses accurately fit ted. Bellingham National Bank Building, B-'Mr.ebaia. tf-o You Are Entitled to Unbiased Investment Advice from Your Banker Due to the banker's knowledge of financial conditions, and his close association with other banks and investment dealers, he is in a position to choose and purchase investment securi ties to the best advantage. Your banker's experience, facilities and judgment in these matters are yours for the asking. A bank depends absolutely upon the future welfare and financial prosperity of its customers for its own continued success. Therefore the banker's investment recommenda tions will include only those securities which are safe, which are most suitable for your requirements, and which will afford you a maximum of income consistent with these require ments. We Recommend for the Investment of Your Surplus Funds — State of Washington 20-Year Soldiers' Bonus Bonds, Yielding 5.15% Redeemable at par and interest after February Ist, 1931, ' from which date the yield is 5J%. E*empt from all Federal income tax. The State has no other general bonded debt. Skagit County, Washington, ''Donahue" 4-Year Road Bonds, Yielding 6% Province of Ontario (Canada* 7-Year Bonds, Yielding 1% Canadian Northern Railway Company 9i-Year Sterling Bonds, Yielding 7\% Owned and operated by Dominion of Canada. Principal and interest payable at par of exchange and guaranteed by Province of Manitoba. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALWAYS READ THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS AUTO RADIATOR & REPAIR SHOP No job too large or too small. We also do Sheet Metal Work. New and Second Hand Radiators For Sale ALBERT KNUTZEN, Prop. 1313 Elk St., Bellingham Telephone 155 Grocery Specials Madrona Tomatoes, No. 2\/U tin 10c Campbells Soups, 2 cans 25c 10 lb Light Karo 95c 10 lb Dark Karo 90c 5 lb Light Karo 50c 5 lb Dark Karo 45c HAVE YOU TRIED KRONE FLOUR? Since we took the agency for Krone Flour, our flour sales have steadily increased. This flour is manufactured by a small mill located in the best wheat country in Washington. The smaller mills have not learned how to remove a part of the wheat for breakfast foods. This accounts for the high quality of the flour. Per sack $2.80. Barrel, $11.00. FLEISCHMANN'S YEASTS It is easier to make good bread with Fleisch man's Yeast. The yeast can be started in the morn ing and the bread baked before night. The cooling of the sponge over night spoils many a batch of bread. ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES 10 watt to 50 watt Tungsten Lamps ,each... 40c 60 watt Tungsten Lamps, each 45c 50 watt Nitrogen-filled lamp, white glass . ..65c 75 watt Nitrogen-filled lamp 75c 100 watt nitrogen-filled lamp $1.10 W. H. ELDER Phone M 29 OF LYNDEN PAGE SEVEN Lynden, Wash.