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NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mr. and Mr*. A. 11. Te Sell* and
family ar>! (earing this week for Yak
ima, wrfcayj Mr. Te Belle will go into
m EUMMtra in having eleclrl* light*
installed in bin home on North Ird
The Amphi' 'yon f.Tuh will meet
Friday at the borne of Mr*. Hay H.
■UM Hattla N«laOfl of North Prairie
«aa operated on at H<. Joseph's ho-.-
PlUllSSr'l committee* are arrang
ing tor the annual reunion of the
ClMHlfccen '.'lub Nov. )i.
The i hoir of the Methodist CttUrcb
ban reorganized and will meet on
Thursday evening, with mihh Nelson
of (ha high school faculty In charge
Mr. anil Mm. William A. Ilnurnaii
are ll.e parent", of a ten-pound girl
horn Wednesday morning.
Man* of the books belonging to
the achool library cannot be located,
and it Ih believed that they have been
taken hone by students and forgot
ten. 'Hi'- i.oi at.:, i. would like to have
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.■my booka returned which belong to
Mo- Lynden High School library, no
matter bow long they have been out.
Mis Ralph Zylstra and Hon Henry,
who have spent a wooh visiting in
Lynden, have returned to their bone
in Oall Harbor.
Vernlta Knight, who baj been vis
iting at tin 1 Matehler bone, has re
turned to her hone in Beattle,
Mr. and Mm, Itay Hookstra at
tended Hie Thee Karle concert in
Bellingham Wednesday night.
Mis. W. K. I'ixliy liai returned
from a visit in the Bast,
Fred fisher, win, wen) in Nebres
ka Nome month, ago, has been ill.
Lou la Holder, Paul Breen ami John
Spaau win' among those who attend
iml thf Theo Karle concert in Belling
ham Wednesday nlghl
THB NKW PANELLED CALLING
CARDS Bee them at the Tribune
office. Hngrnved and Printed
in the Inteat style*,
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•.i..: proved a great iitMM and »fc
i red the most original party of
the tea*'.»n. The tall *v turned into
"4 bouse the firat part of
tie <-v:L:tg. being filled with roul
ette to Hoe, tables for "put and take,"
j and in or.* caraM of the room, most
ji tr.H mate portion wa« gathered
around a crap game, at which Mr.
' Kasffm*n proved to be the
■ I -l'';r.
Twenty tickets were given each per
son on entering, each ticket repres
enting OM 1 t« More tsefcege could
be purchased when needed. At ten
o'clock, the ticket* were counted up.
hr.'i prizes were given to the winner*
:.!r. Ki'.ffman won the first prize.
• k'-v.-p:e do;;. Second prize, a box
,f candy wa-. won tar Hilda Elder.
Krs. RaJpfc Baldwin won 3rd prize, a
'.Vf.izz Har.g " and a pack
iif'.- gum. Ira Stauffer wa- award
ed the consolation prize, a bar of
-oap ard a WJ.»hratf-
Next, tickett, with the names of the
ladiel present were raffled off in or
der to find partners for supper. Tb<-
tfeketS won on the games were used
a« money, and the bidding was high
ard fact. Supper consisted of wa
(Ma, Neapolitan ice-'rearn and eof
•ee. The rail of the evening was
-pent in dancing.
Stud.. Club Gfvea I). liKhtful I'arty
A delightful party was given Wed
. BSdey afternoon by the ladies of the
Study flub at the home of Mrs. B.
V. Mounter. Thirty-three ladies
ire pres'-nt, ea'h member of the
<lub having invited one Kueat.
"The Medicine Show," a playlet,
•v:.n well acted by Mrs. a. H. Lewis,
Un. I> L Beckea, and Mrs. Charles
i'hilo. A gunilng contest followed
in the form of charades ai ted out by
.'.lrs. D. .Mulder in an amusing way.
"I lendid read I rigs w<-re given by Mrs.
Mounter and Mrs. Will Lauckhart.
Tne table was set. prettily with
Hallowe'en decorations ,and a dainty
lunch was served.
"Oxford Oynden Pugis," a register
'd Merit Jersey sold recently by v. C.
Crsbtree to Frank Crnlfcsbsnki is
iy,w giving ov-r 40 pounds of milk a
day, as a three-year-old, and promises
ro develop Into one of the best pro
ducers of the district,
Mrs, Alice Prnett of Pueblo, Col.
hi ( come to viHit he/ mother, Mrs.
('. I. Worthcn, who is ill at Ht. Jos
i i', hospital in Bellingham. Mrs.
Worthen hopes to be aide to return
to her home in a few days.
Peter Koert's ear humped into Joe
W\ Ipple'i car Tuesday evening on
I'rolit Btreet, A wet windshield made
it Lard to see the Whipple ear which
war parked al the tide Ol the Htreet.
Mm. Whipple, win was standing by
the car, wan slightly injured, and the
mat hiii' -. were damaged a little.
'1 :if W. C T. V. will meet, with
Mr: , A. 11. FYasler next Thursday.
Thi' meeting will be in the form of a
ten cenl tin. and will hi' appropriate
to Hallowe'en, a cordial invitation
, (tended to ail.
A lurprlse party was givmi Thurs
day evening at th<- John Bchuyleman
hi in honor of Miss Bertha llave
|man, who expects to leave soon tor
little Jamei Schnyleman, son of
Mr, and Mn John Bchuyleman, fell
Tuesday and cvi his head so badly
that four stitches had to be taken.
joe Pym returned to Lynden this
sreeh from Bellingham ami is staying
mi the home <>r his daughter, Mrs.
Mum Thelms Ramsey entertained
Wednesday evening In honor of Miss
Maroelane Lacy, who is leaving with
her family for Long Beach, Califor
Miai Rath Handy let! Thursday
morning to vinii in Mt, Vernon.
The Farmer Today Is a Business Man
Una, Kgl«-> FaUa f rom LerWe
Mrs. H. Eg ley fell from a ladder
while picking apples Wednesday, and
severely injured her hip.
W. <". Dawley, who formerly hart
charge of the phonograph depart"
merit at the Lynden Department
Store, visited here this week. He is
now traveling for the Kooning Candy
Prince Albert's a new
Talking about rolling
your own cigarettes, we'll
tell you right here that
Prince Albert tobacco has
'em all lashed to the mast!
You've got a handful-of
happiness coming your di
rection when you pal it with
P. A. and the makin's
papers! For Prince Albert
is not only delightful to
your taste and pleasing in
its refreshing aroma, but our
exclusive patented process
frees it from bite and parch!
the national joy smoke
HE does not run his farm in the haphazard fashion he
did ten years age. It's his business. He figures his
costs and profits.
He knows, of course, what he gets out of the productive
acres of his farm—and how much he is paying out in taxes
on the idle unproductive stump and swamp land that brings
That It Why He Is Clearing More Land Every Year
It's just good business. Ever/ acre cleared and planted
means more profit every year. The clearing cost is usually
more than covered by the first crop.
More land is being cleared, too, because of the manufacture
of dynamite made for this purpose, which makes the work
easier, quicker and more economical.
Take an Inventory of Your Land
How n-.uch v productive? How much idle? Then see our local dea,er
and plan how much dynamite you need for thi* season He will help you—
and wfß fumuh you with reliable, efficient and ecoiiomical explosive*,
now in greatest demand throughout thi* section—
OR REPAUNO STUMPING POWDERS
(Pacific Northwest Product*)
Send for 100-page book giving full detail* regarding u*e of dynamite fee
and r|eer"U! 'titchme and tf** nlan»in».
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, Inc.
K. I. <lv I'oot da Nemours A t 0.. Inc., Seattle, Wash.
Key. Charles Baker will go to Mt.
Vernon this week to attend the Bfd
lingham Bay Association of Baptist
Churches. Rev. Baker will deliver
an address to the association. Sev
eral other delegates from the Lyn
deu church will also attend. Hey.
Baker will return for Sunday and will
prf-ach at 7;30 on the subject. "Ten
Words of Jeaui That Were Never
note in the joys of rolling 'em!
And, for a fact, rolling
up Prince Albert is mighty
easy! P. A. is crimp cut and
stays put and you whisk it
into shape before you can
count three! And, the next
instant you're puffing away
to beat the band!
Prince Albert is so good
that it has led four men to
smoke jimmy pipes where
one was smoked before! It's
the greatest old buddy
smoke that ever found its
way into a pipe or cigarette!
Voodoo, HlrfaaTi Vacaabjw!
Lynden schools will close Tuesday
or the rest of the week. The Wash
nglon Educational Association will
meet in BMlinshani. and as this will
takn the place of the annual institute,
all the teachers must be praSßßt.
Arthur Meenk and L. Zoet made
a business trip .to Seattle this week
Prince Albtrt It
told in loppy r,-J
hast, tidy rod tint,
and half pound tin
humidor t and in t ha
pound cryttal ulatt
humidor u>it h
• oong« nwuUiMr
by R- 1. Reynold*