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Farmers Mercantile Go.
Specials for Saturday Only
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
Made of Fine Heavy Blue
Full sizes, extra well made.
SPECIAL PRICE SATUR
DAY ONLY 89c
The Right tlx* for Heat
Men's Felts $2.75, $3.00 and $4.50
WHITE KID GLOVES
Imported Two Button Lengths
Fashioned of excellent quality white kid. Being
the proper glove for springtime wear. These
gloves are all imported from France, from the
finest glove makers in the world.
BLACK AND BROWN KID GLOVES
BLACK AND WHITE SILK GLOVES
Ticot, Five row, black and white.
PER PAIR... $1,25
The Co-operation of a number of Large Mill* with whom we deal, and a number of Houses in all
parts of the country are factors which contribute to make our low prices possible. We are receiving the
latest and newest goods of all kin-Is every day. It will pay you to see our stock and get our prices.
The Home of Quality Merchandise
$2.00, $3.00 & $3.35
EXTRA HEAVY TABLE
54-in. wide, best quality.
PRICE, per yard 99c
THE LYNDEX fMTIVNK, LYNDEN, WASH . THURSDAY. MAR. 24, 1981
MEN'S SHIRTS AND TIES
Made of Fine Quality Percale and Madras; ex-
pertly tailored; catchy patterns.
EACH $1.50, $2.00 & $2.75
Men's Four in hand ties, made of Fine Silks and
EACH 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
Full size, expertly made of heavy weight blue and
- PRICED AT $1.00
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS
Made of Finest quality, mouse colored Corduroy.
Extra well tailored.
PER PAIR $5.75
Take a peek at it, for it is seldom that you can
get such beautiful material, and such a low price.
A wonderful range of colors. Large and small
plaid; silk stripes.
PRICE 75c Yard
Plain and colors.
Fine goods for Ladies' Lin
(JETS FIGURES OX COSTS OF
CONDENSED MILK PRODUCTION
Charles Rickenbacher has been in
quiring Into the co3t of producing
condensed milk, and ho is anxious to
present tho figures to the farmers of
Tho following information was re
ceived from the Hoard's Dairyman:
Prof. Hunzlker in his book entitled
'Condensed Milk and Milk Powder'
takes up a very complete discussion
'of the costs entering into the man
ufacture of these products.
"Prof. Httnilker report.-: that on
January 1, 1920, the average rost of
producing a case of evaporated milk
'weighing 4N pounds net. was 16.09.
This was based on milk selling at
$3.60 per hundred and requiring IOC
ilbs. for a case or the milk cost was
approximately $3.82. The other
lot manufacture amounted to $2.27,
Which included cans, boxes, label.-!,
coal, labor, administration and selling
expense freight and interest and In
surance on investment and on oper
ating capital. For a case of sweeten
ed condensed milk weighing 4 2 lbs.
'ho gives a total cost of $8.54 —of this
$3.78 is for 105 lbs. of milk at $3.60
|per hundred and $2.64 for 16.8 lbs.
of sugar at 15 %c per lb which makes
the cost of manufacture and selling,
aside from sugar and milk, amount to
$2.12 per case.
"It is quite pos.Uble that condens
eries that are now operating under
normal conditions can manufacture
I somewhat cheaper than they did a
(year ago, but accepting those figures
as sapproximately correct, it would
appear that with milk selling for
$1.90 per hundred, evaporated milk
could be sold at wholesale for $4.27
per case. This does not necessarily
mean that with evaporated milk sel
ling for $5.75 per case, tho profit
would be nearly $1.50 per case. It
is possible that there are additional
selling expenses for advertising, etc.
that may become a proper charge."
MRS. ROY CLARKE PASSES A WAV
IX ALASKA; ILL BUT PEW DAYS
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Clarke have
received news of the death of their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Hoy Clarke,
Mrs. Clarke was sick but a few
days before her death. She visited
in Lynden last year ..and had many
TWO LYNDEN REPRESENTATIVE*
JOI N CHAUTAUQUA CIRCUIT
Lynden will have two representa
tives on the Chautauqua circuit this
year. Ed Kamm left Monday for
Navasota, Texas, where he will start
on the seven-day circuit as cashier,
and Bradford Knapp will leave today
for Victoria, Texas, where he will
also he a cashier on the seven-day cir
Both boys will make the trip south
by way of Chicago, and will visit rel
ative* and friends in the Middle-West
,on the way.
Ed Kamm visited in Lynden over
the week-end, and Bradford Knapp
came up from Seattle to visit here
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Ivan Jamieson has been ill.
Mrs. G. W. Worthen and daughter
Mary and Mrs. George Starrin visited
at tho H. C. Berthusen home over
the week-end. Mr. Worthen, Mr. and
, Mrs. fl. O. Worthen and daughter
Marjorie, and Mr. T. Tobiassen vis
-1 itod there Sunday.
Miss Bernice Winemillcr of Brem
erton was a guest at the Fiank Knapp
home over Sunday.
Mrs. Ira Lade has returned from
Seattle, where she attended the wed
ding Saturday evening of her brother,
i Frank Van Valkenburg of Mount
Vernon, who has many friends in
'Lynden ,and Miss Thrina Ethel Ba-
I ker of Tacoma. The ceremony was
performed at the home of the bride's
PBrfulmother, Mrs. Anna L. Brygger
of Ballard. MUa Baker taught in
the Public schools of Sumas. Van
Valkenburg is a graduate of tho Su
mas High School, and is a veteran
of the World War. He is now in the
automobile business in Mt. Vernon.
Dr. F. L. Wood fits glasses sclen
tfically and accurately.
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING —
Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, Solf Steel,
Tool Steel, Brass. Lynden Welding
& Manufacturing Company, 3rd and
, Front St., Lynden. 1-1-tf-o
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DR. O. A. SAND
308 FRONT STREET
STUDY BOOKKEEPING at the Lyn
den Night School.
YOUR EASTER DINNER
depends upon the quality of tho Moat
niiii Poultry served, if it is to be on
We offer the beat <>f
CHOK E MEATS
and in inviting you to give na >oiir
orders, we thank you tor past cour
tesies shown us and extend cordial
BPECIAJ 10 m bard, VI.OO.
5 lb Lard, 11.00
Ray Hockstra, Proo.
Phone M 22
NefVice - Sanitation - Satisfaction
Woll's eye examinations
are most thorough. Ask
those who know and
you'll have your next
glasses fitted by him.
205 W. Holly St., Bel
RICK 0R CORD WOOD
FIR AND ALDER
PHONE K824 LYNDEX
Phone 0003 Lynden
I)on'( overlook having a specialist
on Starting, Light ing and Ignition
Systems overhaul , clean and oil jour
car's Electric Equipment — if WK
do the work it will moan satisfactory
service the whole season.
The Generator, Starting Motor and
Ignition System are vital parts —
don't neglect tbem,
1217 COMMERCIAL STREET
CITY DRUG STORE
RALPH B. LE COCQ
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