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At the Old Price We are still selling Oranges at the old price, although the wholesale figure has gone up, due to the freeze in California. You will have to pay high prices for Oranges this year, we expect. Better stock up now at, per dozen 30c, 35c, 40c, and 59c NEW ALASKA HERRING Just in—big, juicy Alaska Herring, now priced at 3 for 2 Jc. Try these for a good meal. FANCY COOKIES 2 LB. 45c You will like these Fancy Cookies, now priced at 2 pounds for 45 cents. A fresh bar rel just in. Ginger Snaps, 15c pound. WORK CLOTHES FOR MEN See these new arrivals in Overalls, cov eralls, work shirts and jackets, men. They are real quality, and the prices are low. CANVAS GLOVES, 10c, 15c and 20c pair. Leather-faced gloves, pair 35c AN $80 SEPARATOR The 900-lb. Vega costs you only $80, a big saving over the expensive kind. And the Vega is guaranteed to give you absolute sat isfaction. We have been selling them for years, and our pleased customers are many. A BIG MEAL FOR A QUARTER In real food value, there is nothing that will give you as much for the money as mac aroni, and there are so many simple, tempt ing dishes you can make with it. For a quar ter now, you get three full pounds. FRESH VEGETABLES—Carrots, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Parsnips, Etc. STAR MERCANTILE COMPANY ED EERKES, Proprietor PUBLIC SALE BECAUSE I AM LEAVING THE COUNTRY, I Wl LL OFFER FOR SALE AT THE C. W. RIDDEL FARM, ONE MILE WEST OF VAN BUREN, s'/ 2 MILES NORTHEAST OF LYNDEN, ON BLAINE SUMAS PAVEMENT, ON TUESDAY, Feb. 28 COMMENCING AT 10:00 A. M„ SHARP: 16 Head Livestock 8 MILK COWS—some fresh, some to freshen soon. TWO HEIFERS—to freshen in Spring ONE YE4RLING HEIFER. ONE* CALF, 5 months old. ONE SPAN MARES, 2500 lbs., 6 and 12 years, sound and true. ONE SPAN HORSES, 11 and 12 years old, weight 3,000 lbs. 2 Bronze Turkey Hens Farm Implements, Furniture, Etc. omv Separator 600 lbs.; 1-shovel plow; 3or 4 tons hay: 120 ft hay rope; plow; Potatoes HOrSEHOLD GOODS—Furniture, washing-machine, can be run with engine; one Golden-Toned Organ, heater- range; 3 ten-gal. milk cans; 1 5-gal. milk can; etc., etc. Plow; hay rack; 2 stands bees; and other articles too numerous to mention. USUAL. TERMS M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer Jack Vanderyacht W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN', WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1922 NORTHWOOD The following Washington-Lin celn program was given at the Northwood aehool Tuesday: Opening, Star Spangled Banner. Synopais of Waahington'a Life, Mildrad Harvey. Song; "Mt. Vernon Bells," All. Recitation, "Lincoln" Elisabeth I Thomas. Recitation, "Lincoln" John Otter. Recitation, "A little Girl's Idea," Jeanette Kraght. Recitation, "So shall I" Howard Brown. Recitation, "Just a Little Oirl," Mildred Brown. Recitation. "When I'm a Man," Harold Williamson. Song. "Columbia The Gem of the Ocean," All. Play "Young Soldiers," Edith Thomas, Freda Arbuckle, Wm. Pipperda, Evern O'Brien, Hugh Worthen. Song, "That is all They Know." Reading, "Lincoln's Farewell Ad dress at Springfield." Myrtle I Tennant. "Battle Cry of Froedam." , Play, "The First Flag." Gertrude I Brown, Christine Caia. Tom Hartshorn, Ellen Arbucklo. Song, "Flag of the Free," All 1 Playlette, "Ten Dates in Lin coln's Life," By ten primary: | students. Recitation, "Twelfth of February' Bernith Williamson. Recitation, "A High Resolve," | Wilson Worthen. Recitation, "Something Better," Evelyn Jackson. ; Recitation, "I'M the Little Red Stamp," Milo Caza. ; Recitation, "O, My Captain," Pet i er Kraght. | : Quotations on and of Lincoln, by the Audience. Pong, "America the Beautiful. ' Reading. "Birthday of Washing ton evri Honored." Chr'sUno Caza. Beading, "On Lincoln.' Helen Merchant, S'-pg. ' Ametica," All Simon Stiemler, who hxi bean: absent from school for some time ! because of illness, returned -to school thii week. ' Mr. Wm. Hansard, who ba>- J spent tne |eri two we.** in li- '- irrhatn returned to Northwood j f .itui day. Mrs M O'Brien sp°:t Mnit-i'.y ■ afternoon .v.th Mrs. Ten* Harris |in Lynden. j M : ss Gladys Stauffer who re ler.t'y an jao ati 'n f'<r lappendicitis ot a Bellingham ■>.£- Ipltnl teturned to h.ir home In Northwood Sfturday. Sh* is gain-J ing rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Smith and Mrs. Walter Pixley and two sons of Lynden were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mortiboy. | Miss Allie Troost who has I ! been caring for Mrs. Cornelius ; Jagor returned to her home Mon- \ j day. I Mr. J. B. Mortiboy is ill. i Mrs. C. E. Basford and son Ed-: | mond visited Mrs. Basford's sis- j „ j tor, Mrs. M. O'Brien Monday and j Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Van Win gerdea, Mr. aad Mrs. Will Wll een aad Mr. Phillip Shriaty of Blame were guests of Mr. and ' Mrs. Ciarenae Cavander Ttiaeday. j Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riddle and daughter Ruby were Sunday | guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harvey. The John Taylor family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williamson Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Merchant were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Merchant. Mr. and Mrs. John Otter and two little daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otter Wed nee day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saltzgaber "nd daughter Edna of Belling ham were Sunday guests of Mr. :md Mrs. E. A. Knittle. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Anderson and son Lyle spent Thursday eve ning at the L. A. Merchant home. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Haveman In cluded Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Blanklnforth and aon Howard. Mrs. John Troost and son Ken leth, Mr. and Mrs. John Kroontje and three daughters, Dorothy, ! Jeanette and Mildred. Mrs. C. M. Anderson and her ■ sister Mrs. Al Florence of Bel lingham were guests of Mrs. L. A. ; Marchant Monday, i Mr. Fred Kadiera of Lynden Is spending the week at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. E. Knittle. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer of Glendale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Yount. ] Miss Dorothy Bradley spent the day Friday w:th Miss Blanche Smith of Bellinghum. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNally of Alberta WON guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McNaliy Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Fr?d Shea and little daughter are spending the week with Mrs. ShftVs parents Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Smith of Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson and two littla daughters FAih and Violet were Sunday guests c*. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodshy Mrs. Sara Johnson of Kendal! is spending a few days this week at the home of her neice Mrs. Howard Worthen. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kraght were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Den Adel of Lynden Tuesday. Mrs. Ben Nymeyer spent Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. C. P. Craighead of Lyndon. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Yount were Dr. J. Johnson and his sister Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. O. P. Stevens j and her cousin Miss Hall of Nooksack. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nymeyer spent Monday evening at the Emery Tennant home, j Mr. C. B. Bay of Lynden vis ! Red at the L. A. Marchant home | Tuesday. 1 Mrs. Herman Harvey returned FREE LUNCH 'o her home in Northwood Thurs day from a Sumas hospital where . she underwent an operation two weeks feefere. She it gaining iaa my. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bradley ■ were (ueata of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oagoodsby Wednesday. Mrs. Leonard Redder is ill. j Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Riddel were Sunday guests of Mr. C W. j Riddel of Lynden. i Miss Mamie Jacobs who is <"ar | ing for Mrs. Henry Egley spent a few days at her home last week ! Mrs. Bloom of Lynden took her ! place at the Egley horns during her absence. i Little Miss Ruth Oustln cele brated har sixth birthday Tues day with Grandma Worthen of] Lynden, whose birthday occured on the same day. David Collart apent Tuesday night and Wednesday with his ] grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oer j rit Van Wingorden of Blame. New Ckiaaaa Pramiar Liaac gfalh Tl baa been namef Premier •/ China, ta aacceaaloa te Chia y»a-J»tuie. who. with all bis ministry, reelcnad several day* sje. The appointment la ia line with the new liberal pallcy of Uie Chineae Government and the new Prem.er will form a cabinet etiibracins all factions. j FOUND—ladles glove. Tribune. DR. F. L. WOOD PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON LTICDEJC - - WASHINGTON Leaves for Canada Cornelius Spaan left Monday for Granum, Alberta. He will stop at Moxee and Yakima on the way. COWS £ HEIFERS WANTED — There is a big demand now for •took of all kinds. If you have any to sell, a little want-ad like this will do it for you. Just a quarter. Try it. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Lynden Lodge, No. 13 7 meets every Monday evening at I. O. O. F. hall. All Knights cordially invit ed. W. G. Hemmingway, K.R.S HATCHING EGGS 910.00 per 100 $2.50 per 15 My stock is from Tancred's Royal Mating. The satisfaction they are giving is the natural outcome of years of conscl ;i --tious effort applied to the pro duction of good fowls. 90% fertility guaranteed. Big eggs from healthy, vigorous hens. J. J. YECKEL Tonasket, Wash. A Fine Steak Or Roast A fine steak, or a tender roast will please the family. A savory rib roast sure hits the right spot. TRY FISH FRIDAY—We will have it. GROUND BONE FOR THE CHICKENS PALACE MEAT MARKET ERNEST DEAN, Prop. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES for Men and Young Men GAGE-DODSON CO. YOU don't use as much of Calumet as you do of most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don't pay a big price for Calumet It's sold at a moderate price — that rep resents another saving. You don't feel uncertain as to results. Bakings never fail—because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of "Best by Test" It possesses the highest qual ity ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such ingredients as have been offi cially endorsed by United States Food Authorities. For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full of strength as the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, mo?t Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plants. Pound can of Calumet contains full 16oz. Some bakingpowderscome in 12 oz. instead otl6oz.cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD AT THE TRIBUNE OFFICE. RALPH B. LE COCQ LAWYER Mondays reserved for Court in Bellingham LYNDEN, WASHINGTON WOOD Dry Forest Wood Green Body Fir Second Growth Fir CORD WOOD Buzz Sawing Done Special Prices on Large Orders W. YEOMAN Phone X 764 BELLINGHAM PAGE NTNB Calumet Gold C*ke Recipe Yolks of 8 eggs, l 1 4 cups of gran ulated sugar, 2 3 cup of water, \'i cup of butter, 2','a cups pastry flour, 3 level tea spoons Calumet Baking Powder. 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Then mix in the regu lar way.