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Buys a 'Little Grizzly'
What's the "Little Grizzly?" you ask.
The "Little Grizzly" is a machine made to suit the needs of all dairy
men in grinding feed. It is large enough to be used with a 4 or 5 H. P.
Engine, and still small enough to be used with a V/ 2H. P. Gas Engine. This
feed mill can be connected up in a jiffy, and by grinding your own feed
this winter you can save $ $ $ $ on your feed bills.
For the price of $28.00 you cannot afford to be without a "Little
Grizzly." Come in today and see the machine for yourself.
The original wide-spread Manure Spreader. You need it, you want
it; come in and get it.
Easy terms if necessary.
Western Mercantile Co., Inc.
: Groceries : Flour : Feed : Hardware : Farm Implements :
FOR SALE —1.000 thrifty _ Privet
hedge plants from 2 Vfe to 3 feet
tall. Only $3.50 per 100. William
Lauckhart, phone 2903.
FOR SALE —Registered Guernsey
bull; and cow to freshen in Janu
ary; also some brood sows to far
row in November. G. Veleke.
phone 4812, Lynden. 10-13-3*
WANTED —Bookkeeping work or
small set of books to keep. In
quire Tribune. lt)-13-2t*
FOUND—Hand bag. Phone XOol,
Mrs. Jacobson, B. C. Avenue, Lyn
IF YOUR BELTS SLIP, Pixley has
the stuff to stop them. Something
new. 9-15-tf- o
WOOD AND COAL —Orders taken at
Taylor and Cruikshank's Real Es
tate office. Phone, residence R
743: office RO4l. E. L. Bartlett.
FOR SALE —One Jersey cow, fresh
one Holatein cow, coming fresh
soon. New King separator, usedi
only 14 days. D. Colpaert. phone!
4002. Lynden. 8-18-tfo
WANTED —Buyers for first-class
wood. Prices right. A. McDaniel,
delivered, $10 per ton.
jL'iune 1711 Lynden. 9-15-tf-o
FOR SALE- Rye and vetch. Phone
3010, Lyndon. I"-'' 1 - 41 '
FISH FOR CANNING —SO lb or more
7c. Leave orders at George Tay
lor'B office or address H. O. Wamp
ler, 2310 King st.. Bellingham.
1 0-13-u t-
FOR SALE OR TRADE —Registered
Jersey bull.'old enough for service.
Rhone 2004 Lynden. 10-.0-i
CALL FOR BIDS —Lund Clearing;
5 10 20, 30-aere tracts; 2 miles
from Lynden. W. H.
FOR SALE —35 white leghorn cock
erels for breeding. Phonel
FOR SALE OR TRADE —Heavy Bel
gium colt, coming 2 year. old.
Phone 204. I.vnden. 10-.Q-J
LOST— During Fair. Ladies' plush
n«Ckpi«ce. Please leave at Tribune
FOB SALE--5 months old pullets,
$1.40 each. L. Tarr. Evetson. Wa.,
phone Nooksack 805. after fi m.
yon SALE Arrow brand shot gun
shells, all guages. $1.40 Martin
Automatic Keels at $3 50. ll
ettage Marlin pump, shot gun it
good order. $2 5.00. Hollers and
belts for any revolver, rifle or shot
—.gun MADE. "WE HAVE
Kibarty Snorting Goods Co.. I*9*
*BIS St.. Bellingham, Wash . M. O.
Greene. Prop. l"- 6 '"-'?
FOI'ND — One Bicycle. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying DOSU. J. <*>
HOW ABOUT THAT NISCO SPREADER?
FOR SALE-»-20 acres, or more, im
proved, cultivated; implements; 16
head of stock; 30 tons of hay;
household good's. Tcrmc. Phone
Ferndale 1417. 9-29-4t-*
FOR SALE —7 year old horse, wt.
1,000 lb. Phone 2913.
LOST —Lady's wrist watch at Fair
i Grounds. Reward. Phone 4914. or
leave at Tribune office. 10-6-3*
FOR SALE —Veda Cream Separator,
good as new. Phone 1621 Lynden.
; FOR SALE —Maxwell 1-ton truck,
good running order. F. H. Pitt
man, phone 1811, Lynden.
MANGELS FOR SALE —Phone 2004
Lynden. 10--6 3t- o
FOR SALE —Two Holstein heifers,
2% years old; one fresh, and one
fresh soon. L. E. Livingston, tel
ephone 4312. 10-6-2t-*
LOST —Hood for Ford car, old mod
i el. Leave at Tribune.
ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS—AII siz
es. Lynden Plumbing & Lighting
2 De Laval Cream Separators; 1 feed
cutter, practically new; 1 7-h. p., 1
S-ta. p., and 1 1%-b.. p. gas engine;
1 manure spreader, in fine condition;
used milking machines at bargain
prices. We can use another second
hand wagon. What have you?
WKSTEBX MERCANTILE CO.
FOR SALE --Young Guernsey cow,
phone ifrnden R362. 10-20-3*
WANTHI) —1-horse wagon and 10
men plow. Phone R362, Lynden.
FOR SALE —Good Jersey Milch cow.
Lost. Canvas wagon cover, four
weeks wagon. Ben Crabtree, phone
4 307 Lynden. 10-20-1*
RED AND WHITE CABBAGE FOR
SALE. H. Koert, phone X 574.
FOR SALE—I good single top bug
gy, and good single harness. Phone
X. r .31, Lvnden, J. Van Mersbergen.
FOR RENT -— 5-acre ranch, house,
barn und chicken houses. For
terms see Tavlor and Cruikshank.
A. H. Te Selle. 10-20-1*
FOR sALFI-R. I. White cockerels
and pullets from prize winning
stock. W. A. Fisher, phone R413.
WANTED—I 2 cords of 4-foot wood.
Harold Knapp. phone R731.
FOR SALE —My Victrola, record cab
inet, and over $100 worth of rec
ords. All in A No. 1 condition.
Not a trashy record in the bunch.
A bargain if taken at once. Louis
A. Haider, phone X 573.
HOUSE FOR RENT. C. L. Craighead.
S~l"?v tl weeks-old pigs for sale. A 1 |
stock. Phone 2009. Martin Visser.
PHONE MAIN 2f>
THE LYNfiEN TJtißtiME, LYndbN, Wa.h., Thursday, out. 2v, ii2l
NO HUNTING SIGNS at the Tribune.
6Bt" 6UR PRICES on plumbing and I
wiring. Estimates free. LyndenJ
Pulmbing & Lighting Co. 1 "-2P
GOOD BARGAINS 1 slightly used
Litchfield Spreader, A 1 condition;
1 used Bloom Spreader, first class
condition; 1 Wade drag saw, good
condition. North-Washington Im
plement Co., phone Main 6, Lyn
:2% miles south of Lynden. Vi mile
(east of Greenwood on the Everson-
ILynden road, on
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 26; 1:00 P. M.
20 — HEAD MILCH COWS — 20
Guernseys and Jerseys
3 calves and 1 grade Guernsey bull
1 ten-yr.-old horse, wt. 16001b
Farm Implements, Tools, Etc.
Steel Davenport wagon; buzz saw and
gasoline engine; 2-horse cultivator;
1 1-borse corn planter; 1 14-in. brak
ing plow; 1 garden plow and drill;
1 steel harrow; 6 10-gal. milk cans.
HARLKY JOHNSON, Owner
| Dunkle, Auctioneer —P. Hood. Clk.
Statement of the Ownership, Circu
latloa. Etc., Required by the Act
of CHmamaa of August 24, una—
of Ihe Lynden Tribune, published
weekly at Lynden, Wash., for Oc
Before me, a Notary Public, in and
for the state and county, aforesaid,
personally appeared S. H. Lewis, who.
having been duly Bworn according
to law, deposes and says that he la
the publisher of the Lynden Tribune,
and that the following is to the best
of his knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the management and
the ownership of the aforesaid pub
1. That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business managers are:
' Publisher, editor, manager—S. H.
2. That the owners are:
S. H. Lewis, Lynden. •
3. That the known bondholders,
j mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or other securities are:
S. H. LEWIS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this Ist day of October, 1921.
W. B. VANDER GRIEND.
WANTED AT owrtF!—HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE. If you have any odd
pieces of furniture that you aren't
using, roll them now. A little 25c
ad like this will do it. Try It.
CASH must accompany all want-ads
for publication In The Tribune.
! The amount of the ad is so small
as a rule that we cannot afford to
keep books for them. Ads may be
phoned in as usual and the amount
sent in to this office before public
ation day. Rates in this column
are five cents a line, five words to
' the line, with a minimum charge
of 25c for the first week,
Col. A. H. Westbrook was the first '
in the Lynden district to make a
charge for a lunch at a public sale.
He started the precedent last week
with a 15c fee. but it was noticed
that all the heavy eaters who make
the round of the auctions, were mis
sing at the Westbrook vendue.
Emmot Hawley outs up an ordinary;
old tire casing, and makei hall-soles :
for his shoes from it. He says that
this half-sole wears splendidly, and
is very easy on the feet. The mileage
records he gets on tires used in this
way is excellent. He has never been
bothered with punctures or rim cuts,
and in .ill his experience, has never
been held up on the roads by a blow
This is the Gimlet's seventh birth
day. O. E. Wilson brought us in an
armful of his Netted Gem spuds that
won the $20 gold prize at the Fair.
(but this is the only present received
i this month thus far.
A fellow oughtn't to look a gift
spud In the eyes, we suppose, but an
interesting tiling about these gold
prize potatoes is that although they
look like a million dollars on the
outside, when cooked they would
only rank In the "also-ran" class.
All of Which goes to show that next
year, the Fair should insist that all
potatoes brought in should be boil
ed first, and that the judges should
[be required to eat the cooked murph
ies. Beauty should not count in
scoring potatoes, unless it is desired
to raise a variety of handsome
gentleman potatoes for mashing pur
We hope Brother Wilson won't ho
sore at this sensational expose. We
know he raises better potatoes, but
he does not exhibit them raound at
fairs'or give them away. He eats
Ray Hawley is building something
unique in the form of a house over
in Hawleyville, across the Milwaukee
tracks. Anyone who contemplates
construction soon should go over
there and look at it. It has a mush
room dome, and looks like the big
Mormon Tabernacle at Salt Lake.
FOUND OUT ALL ABOUT IT
Pacser-By's Curijsity as to the Ac
tions of Unfortunate Glazier
Should Have Been Satisfied.
Glased and glassy were the glazier's
eyes. Before him, on the sidewalk. In
wlndowleaa, for a piece of orange peel
hnd caused his downfall, and the
smashed and shattered fragments
alone were left to tell the tale. Slow
ly he began to gather together the
I "Halloa, my man!" Inquired I pa SB
! er-by, cheerily. "Dropped your glass?"
The glazier glanced at the speaker
with n look of proud contempt.
"Does It look as if I'd dropped It.
guy'nor" he drawled out. "Pact is.
I've got the Jig-saw craze. What you
j see before you is a Jig-saw puzzle, tin'
; I'm Jest i-trytng to lit in the pieces!"
I —London Tit-Bits.
PARROT A LIVELY PASSENGER
Offended at Restriction of Its Liberty,
Bird Retaliated With Trick That
Jack O'Brien, a lils green parrot,
was one of a consignment of 100 birds
an tlie Booth liner Justin during v
trip from Munaos, Brazil, I,(KK> miles
up the Amazon, which ended at this
port yesterday, says the New York-
World. Jucfc was made n pet by
those on board, and be accumulated
■ whole bagful of tricks. One duy
I when the vessel had headed north
from Barbados, her last port of call,
.hick took offense liecause one of the*
! officer* shooed him out of his room
when the bird interfered with the mak
ing out of a report.
For a day Jack brooded, spending
his time with the chief engineer.
Early the next morning the parrot
went to the cages of the -jther birds
i and liberated at least a score of them.
This caused consternation among the
| negroes of the crew, for parrots kept
j popping out nt them from dark places
! and screeching in their ears w hen not
j expected. Finally all the birds were
The officers were responsible for the
1 story that Jack at 11:45 o'clock every
! night, when the watch wus changed.
' would mount the bridge and shout
I out: "Change watch!"
CARING FOR GROWING CHICKS
Essentials to Best Growth Are Good
Coops, Cleanliness, Feed, Water
and Free Range.
(Prewired by the United States Depart*
nient of Agriculture.)
The care of growing chicks, especial
ly during warm weather, is must im
portant, say specialists of the United
states Department of Agriculture.
Every boy or girl member of a poul
try club should give them the beßl
of attention If success is to be bad.
The baby chicks may be smart little
fellows from strong, vigorous parent
stock, md they may have been brood
ed carefully for the tirst two or three
weeks, but unless they receive proper
cure and management during tbeir
later glowing period they will not
develop properly, and many of them
will lie lost through disease or sick
ness. The chief essentials to proper
growth are good coops or houses,
cleanliness, proper feed and water,
shade, and free range.
Every coop or poultry house used
for growing chicks should he kept
clean at all times. Sickness or disease
starts usually in unclean quarters, and
in such places lice and mites are Bl-
Young Incubator Chicks Allowed to
Run Out on Government Farm at
ways more plentiful. Coops and
houses should lie cleaned, and sprayed
once a week, and clean ■havlpgs.-chaff,
or sand put on the floor. Examine the
Chick! and houses often for lice and
mites, and if found they should be got
rid of at once by following the direc
tions in Department Circular 10, Lice,
Mites und Cleanliness, which tuny be
bud, free, upon application to the di
vision of publications, United Slates
Department of Agriculture.
A variety of feeds, with fresh, clean
water, is necessary If chicks lire to
grow properly. Perhaps the three
most necessary for rapid growth are
grain feed, green feed and dry mash.
Poultry specialists of the department
say that in addition to the green feed
and dry mash, which should be pro
vided regularly, a grain mixture
should he fed night und morning, giv
ing as large a quantity as the chicks
Will eat clean, but no more. A good
grain mixture for growing chicks con
sists of three parts cracked corn, two
parts Wheat, and two parts hulled
oats. When available, kalir or rolled
or hulled barley may be substituted
for hulled oats. In localities where
hulled oats, kalir, or rolled hurley can
not be obtained, or are too expensive, a
mixture of cracked Corn and wheat
only may be fed until the chicks are
old enough to eat whole oats, when
two parts may he added to the corn
Nt bo ua an d
pieces lay whdl
had been a sheet
of line plate
for the drawing
room window of
10 Swell street.
But that draw
would have to go
A reasonable supply of fresh green
feed is almost ns necessary us grain
for growing chicks, if allowed liber
ty they Will pet much of It for them
selves, but if confined, or If in quar
tan where green feed is not abun
dant, it Should be Supplied regularly.
Lawn grass, beet tops, cabbage and
lettuce are excellent feeds. When
chicks are confined to brood coops
with runs, they should be placed on
ground where the grass is green and
tender, and lis fast as It is eaten off,
the coop and run should be moved to
a place where the grass is plentiful.
In addition to green feeds and grain,
dry mash should be kept before grow
ing chicks at all times after they are
three or four weeks old. It is best to
feed It In a hopper inside the build
ing, or where It will not be exposed to
rain or wet. Here Is n good dry mash
mixture: Two pounds com meal, two
pounds middlings, one pound oat
meal, two pounds wheat bran, one
pound beef scrap und one-fourth
pound charcoal, tlrlt and oyster shell
also should he provided.
SMALL FLOCK IN BACK YARD
Two Hens for Each Member of Fam
ily Are Recommended as Best by
| Poultry Specialists.
The average novice can reasonably
expect to get an average of at least
18 dozen eggs per lien per year from
his small Hock In the hack yard. On
the basis of two hens to each mem
ber of the family this will give lit*
dozen eggs n year to each person,
which amount is about halfway be
tween the average of farm und city
■ consumption. No backyard poultry
Keeper should he satisfied with less
than this, say poultry specialists of
i the United States Department of
Agriculture. Every backyard poultry
keeper should try to get us much
more as possible. To provide an egg
a day for each person, two bens would
' buve to lay 183 eggs each a year.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
0 A. M.—Sunday School. ,
Classes for All Ages.
;7:00 P. M.—Young r'eaple's Service.'
'7:30 P. It. —Sermon.
Subject—"Ten Words of Jesus
That Were Never Spoken."
CHAS. BAKER, Minister
You're Welcome al This Church
Why Not Comer
M. E. CHURCH
I "Grace of Continuing"
"By Products of* Life."
"Two Tilings We Know about God"
Loader. Marjory De Line.
Lost —Auto Crank. Return Tribune.
RED GROSS WORKING
FOR HEALTHIER U. S.
Thousands Aided by Instruction
in Care of the Sick, Food Se
lection and First Aid.
How the American lied Cross guides
thousands of persona to health is
shown In n summary of the society's
activities In the health field hased
upon the Rnn~ual report for the last tls
cal year. Through its Nursing Service,
Its Home Hygiene and Care of the
Sick courses, nutrition classes, First
Air classes. Life-Saving classes and
Health Centers and in numerous oilier
ways designed to acquaint musses of
citizens with proper methods of living,
the lted Cross carried Its message of
health Into nil parts of the country.
The work of the Red Cross during
the war in its traditional field of nurs
ing, furnishing the military and naval
establishments of the nation with 19,-
--877 nurses. Is well known. And there
nre today 117,787 nurses registered with
the American Red Cross and subject
to call In emergency. During the fis
cal year, 1,561 Red Cross nurses were
accepted for assignment to Govern
ment service, 388 by the Army and
Navy and 1,163 by the United States
Public Health Service.
In addition in the nurses enrolled
by the Red cross for Government serv
ice, the lied Cross itself employed n
total of 1348 public health nurses in
the United States and Europe. By far
the greatest number was employed in
the United States, 1,307, while SI were
in foreign service.
Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick
classes, giving thorough Instruction In
the proper care of the sick It: Instances
where the" illness is not so serious ns to
require professional nursing care, dur
ing the fiscal year numbered 5.1T9. a
statistical picture of the lied Cross
operations In this He'd follows:
New classes formed during
yonr ' H. 179
Classes completed during year. 64299
New students enrolled 101,068
students completing course.... 73,432
What the l£eil Cross accomplished
In giving proper Instruction through
Its Nutrition Service is indicated by
the following table:
New classes formed during
classes completed during year., 188
New students enrolled 2,341
Students completing course..'.. 2,013
In addition to the above, a total ot
22,006 children were given instruction
In the proper selection and prepent
tion of foods.
Through Its 200 Health routers, the
Bed Cross reached 90,252 persona In
these Health renters. 4,018 health lec
tures were given und "SO health ex
In the United States last year.
4.'!2 persons Were hilled and 8,800,000
injured in Industrial incidents. To
prevent tills . nornious wash' the Bed
Cross held 6,100 first aid classes with
a total of 10UHIII Students enrolled.
CANADIAN INVOICE BLANKS BM
on sale at the Tribune office now.
FARM MACHINERY WANTED—II
you have any tram machinery to
sell, a little Tribune Want-Ad will
bring buyers. This ad would cost
you just 25c. Try ii.
nights, tired, dull day* and distress-
If you Buffer backache, sleepless
ing urinary disorders, don't experi
ment. Head this twice-told testi
mony. It's evidence from tltis locality
B. J. Fritz, painting contractor,
11th and Broadway, Mt, Vernon, Wn..
.says: "I have always been strong for
Doan'l Kidney Bills and as a title
i keep a box on hand all the time.
Whenever my back feels stiff or lame
and my kidneys get out of order a
few Doan'l soon remedy the trouble.
I can't recommend a more reliable
medicine for kidney trouble than
Doan'l Kidney Bills." (.Statement
given July 25. 1916.)
On April 10, 1920, Mr. Fritz said:
"Since endorsing Doan'l Kidney
Pills in 1910 I used a couple of box
es for an attack of lame back caused
by a cold settling in my kidneys, but
Do id's banished this lameness in a
hurry. 1 confirm every word of my
I 60c at all dealers. Fostor-Milhurn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.