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Five Ways To Knock the Flies 1— ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS— We have them in the 12 in. and 15 in. size. 2— FLY SWATTERS 3— FLY PAPER 3—SCREEN DOOR SPRINGS. 4— FLY SPRAYERS. 5— SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FLY-SPRAY— This does the work. Only $1.40 a gallon. ONIONS 5 LB. FOR 25c We have fine Red Onions now 5 pounds for 25c. Very Fancy White Onions, 7c a lb. FOR COOLING DRINKS The best Lemons, now selling at 40c doz. Oranges, per dozen 45c and 55c TRY THIS INSTANT COCOA You'll like Lipton's Instant Cocoa. No boiling required. Try it. 25c per Vj2 lb can. We also have Baker's and Hershey cocoa in cans. OUR BULK COCOA IS ONLY 15 CENTS A POUND. Ghiradelli's Ground Chocolate, 35c a lib can. In bulk, 30c a pound PALM SOAP for toilet use, 5 CENTS A BAR STAR MERCANTILE COMPANY ED EERKES, Proprietor Miss Ada Alexander entertain ed the Klatawa club members at her home Friday evening. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Corner sth Aye. and Grover St. 10 A. M. —Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—Morning Worship. 7:00 p. m.—Epworth League. 8:00 p. m.—Evening Worship. E. O. GRIMES, Pastor Pearl Oil, burned in a good oil cook stove, is an economical as well as a clean and convenient fuel. You are rid of the drudgery of feeding and cleaning out a range and your kitchen is cool and comfortable. You work with a clean, intense cooking heat concentrated directly under the burner where it is needed. To be sure of best results in your stove, use Pearl Oil. It burns cleanly-no smoke or odor Dealers everywhere. Buy it by name —Pearl Oil. H STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) PPRL OIL Dr. Frame, of Bellingham, Me thodist Episcopal District Super intendent, visited in Lynden Mon day evening. Harold Whited made a busi ness trip to Seattle this week. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS —Lynden Lodge, No. 137 meets every Monday evening at I. O. O. F. hall. All Knights cordially invit ed. \V. G. Hemmingway, K.R.S. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1923 NORTHWOOD MR. & MRS. T. L. RIDDLE CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Miss Elsie and Mr. Clifton Worthen, teachers of tho Cheney High school, who arrived in Lyn den Friday after motoring from Eastern Washington, were Fri day afternoon callers at the How ard Worthen and George Gustin homes. Kadiera and Mr. and Mrs. August Kadiera and Mr. and rMs. August Young and son Percy of Lynden and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saltz gaber and daughter Edna of Bel lingham were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knittle. Miss Marie Weeda and Mr. John Slees were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ny meyer. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Riddle cel ebrated their twelfth wedding an niversary Sunday at the home of Mr. C. W. Riddel of Lynden. Emma and Leona Mundell, Pe ter Price, Freda Arbuckle and Tom Hartshorn were Sunday ev ening guests at the Ed Thomas home. Miss Augusta Ripperda, teach er-elect of the Northwood school spent the week-end at home. As motor guests of Miss Ruth Williams and Grand-pa Worthen, Mrs. George Gust in and Ralph and Ruth, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Worthen and two daughters, Elsie and Mary and Lois Whited autoed to Van couver Monday and plcniced at Stanley Park. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Egley were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Riddel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yount were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Philo of Lynden. Miss Grace Brown, who grad uates this week from the What com High School in Bellingham spent the week-end with home folks. She will attend the sum mer school at the Normal this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoods . and son Lawrence were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew i Austin of Bellingham. Miss Anna Hamilton will leave : this week for Oregon where she will spend the summer with her aunt. Eighteen of her friends surprised her at her home Mon day afternoon for a farewell par ty- Mr. and Mrs. John Enos of Sumas were Sunday evening sup per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nymeyer. Mrs. Stallard will be hostess to the Willing Workers Wedness ■ day, June 14. ! Beth Taylor was the Sunday evening guest of Freda Arbuckle Freda and Ellen Arbuckle will spend the summer with their fa ther, Mr. John Arbuckle at Ten Mile. ! Lloyd and Pearl Brown are working for Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knittle. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Marchant visited at the L. A. Marchant home Sunday. Theyw ere accom : panied home by Helen Marchant. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worthen and little daughter Marjory spent Sunday at the George Worthen home in Lynden. Miss Sarah Maryott who has been teaching at Spokane is spending the summer with her father, Mr. H. L. Maryott. CITY COUNCIL VOTES TO VACATE LYNDEN STREETS (Continued from Page One) of Lawrence Street produced ac ross said West Main Street, to (he intersection of said line with the northerly line of said Orover Street, said portion of said West Main Street being a triangular tract lying immediately south of Hlock 21 of Hawley and Law rence's Addition to Lynden, Washington, Passed by the Town council of the Town of Lynden, Wash ington this sth. day of June, 1922. Approved by the Mayor the same date. E. EDSON, Mayor. ATTEST: R. B. LE COCQ, Clerk Published June 8, 1922. A number of Lynden young people will attend Normal school this summer. Among them are the. Misses Hermina Haveman, Mary Bouma, Margaret De Valois Joan Van Dyken, Emma Zylstra, Gladys Stuurman, and Messrs. Maurice De Boer and Derk Omta. Clifton Worthen, who taught the past year at Cheney, spent the week-end at his home here, before going on to California, where he will attend college at Berkely this summer. Miss Minnie Troost is spend ing the summer vacation with her mother after attending the Normal in Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. J. Snoop and family spent Wednesday with rel atives in Everson. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Zylstra and children left for Whidby Is land Wednesday. o Mr. George Worthen and fam ily spent Monday in Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beernink spent a few days visiting _ last week at Seattle. Miss Vinita Knight, of Seattle Is visiting at the Roy Mutchler home. Miss Ruth Ranton of Belling ham spent the week-end with home folks. Miss Frances Asam of Belling ham is visiting at the home of Mrs. Earl Tremain. EAT LYNDEN BREAD Tell your dealer that you want Lynden bread. You are sure of getting the beet of materials, bak ed under sanitary conditions ap proved by state Inspectors; and you will be supporting a Lynden Industry, and keeping your money at home. SANITARY BAKERY DELTA & SUNSHINE MRS. C. B. BAY WILL TEACH AT SUNSHINE'S SCHOOL Mrs. C. B. Bay of Lynden has accepted the position of teacher at the Sunshine Bchool this com ing term. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackman autoed to Corvallis Oregon this week where they will attend the graduation exercises of their daughter, Louise Jackman. Mrs. P. O. Berthusen is spend ing the week at the Loomis Bald rey home in Bellingham. Mr. and Mra. Qerks of Belling ham spent a few days at the Swan Finney home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weidkamp of Lynden spent Monday at the T. Weidkamp home. Miss Annie Olson of Lawrence is spending the week with La verne Axlund and Mabel Eric son. Mrs. Andrew Harlander Is staying at the Levi Axlund home in Lynden this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander Mey and son Herman were din ner guests at the Herman Van der Mey home Tuesday. Mrs. John Axling entertained very nicely at dinner Sunday, for Mr. and Mrs. K. Bloomquist and family, Rev. and Mrs. Asplund, all of Fernnale; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Axling and Miss Lillian Amundaon. Rev. Asplund of Ferndale con ducted services at the Baptist church Sunday morning. The eighth grade graduates from Sunshine this year are Gertrude Komen, John Komen and Clarence Harlander and from Delta, Philip Anderson. Miss Allie Vander Mey was a guest of Miss Theresa Holtrop last week. The Busy Bee Society will meet Thursday with Mrs. A. G. West lund. The Delta school board held a meeting at the home of Mr. j Theodore Weidkamp Monday cv- j ening. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhart spent Sunday evening at the P. O. Berthusen home. Work was begun on the North Delta road Monday morning. A large crew is being employed. The Home Economics club met Wednesday with Mrs. Will Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson en tertained at dinner Sunday ev ening Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Olson and family of Lawrence. Mrs. Andrew Vander Yacht spent Tuesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Youngedyke, the occasion being her mother's birthday. Guests at the S. Finney home Saturday afternoon were Mrs. Delp, Miss Florecne Hodgeman and Mrs. P. O. Berthusen. (Book By Wire PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT CO. NORTH PRAIRIE I O- — 0 BOYS OF NORTH PRAIRIE ORGANIZE A CALF CLUB The Boys Calf Club of North Prairie met and organized on Monday evening. Percy Clarke is the leader. Johnnie Verduin was elected President; Helia Bar telds, vice president; Olen Axling secretary and treasurer. The club decided to attend the dairymen s picnic at Cornwall Park, June 24, in a body. On Thursday of last week the What-So-Evers met with Mrs. Gerrit Van Wyhe. Two new mem bers were added to the list: Mrs. Walker and Mrs. John Van Wyhe. Mra. Van Wyhe of Lynden was a guest and Miss Ruth Jackman. After a business meeting, a dain ty lunch was served, consisting of cake, sandwiches, pickles and lemonade. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Hoksbergen of Sun shine. H. T. Jones returned home j from Everson on Thursday, He had been visiting his son Mr. R. . F. Jones. Mrs. Ebright who has been teaching in the Burlington school for several years will be the Prin- ! cipal of the North Prairie school | the coming year, with Miss Vera Benefield as the Primary teacher. Mis 9 Vergie Clarke returned to her work at the Normal school after spending the week-end with i home folks. Mrs. Tuttle of Laurel will be In Lvnden on Wednesday to be- | gin the lessons on Millinery. The j representative of the What-So- Ever club will be Mrs. T. P. Nel son and Mrs. Gerrit Verduin. There will be one lesson a week for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Clarke had as their guests at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palmer and family, ot Booth's Corners, and Mrs. George Bruce and children. On Friday of last week, Mrs. Axling with her boys and girls clubs held a meeting at which |Mr. Carroll, the County Agent,: gave a talk on club work and told the members something about the work that the coming year. Mrs. Munn presented them with their pins. Five received gold pins: Harry and Henrietta Bartelds, Clifton Axling, Percy ; Clarke and Sena Verduin for their four years work in the club. ' Henrietta Bartelds and Glen Ax ling both gave a reading. Mrs. John Van Wyhe favored the aud lence with several songs which were much appreciated. At the close of the evening cake and lemonade were served by the club On the sixteenth of the month, Mrs. Axling, with three of her members will start for a weeks , stay at Pullman College. Dena i Verduin, Clifton Axling and Har ry Bartelds are the lucky ones j this year. Miss Jessie Bartelds spent last , week with her sister Mrs. Anna Hoksbergen of Sunshine. Mrs. Andrew Benson and Mrs. George Jacobson and children visited Mrs. Leon Barton on Mon- I day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson and family were callers at J. Bartelds lon Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nelson spent Sunday evening at Sumas with Mr. and Mrs. Greenblat. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Graff and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bartelds on Sunday. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Vande Meer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stremler and family Mr. and Mrs. Kbright spent the evening at J. Bartelds. Mrs. Jenkins of Skykomish re turned home last week after spending a week with her sister Mtb. G. Verduin. On Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Verduin, Miss llutli Jackman. Tom Verduin and the Verduin children were at Birch Bay. ——— o Mr. and Mrs. George Scoville. Misses Maud Walker and Cora Oltman motored to Vancouver Sunday. 1 Inquire about Our Special Cooking Rate You're Out YOU'RE OUT! That's exactly your condition when you desert tried and trusted products for some thing new and loudly boosted. You're often stung. You're out money and time and patience. We handle well-known and dependable merchandise only. Automobilists know they take no chances when they buy here— UNITED STATES TIRES FISK TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES RED CROWN GASOLINE ZEROLENE ALEMITE LUBRICATING PARTS We guarantee you'll be satisfied, as well as the manufacturers of these standard prod ucts. AXLUND SERVICE STATION Corner Third and Front Streets NEW GOODS, NEW STYLES, ON GOODS FOR MEN TO WEAR Starting new after disposing of our entire stock after the lire. Everything fresh and new. GAGE-DODSON CO. Mr. R. Vallentgoed of Belling ham spent Friday in Lynden. . o Mr. and Mrs. C. Osseward spent Sunday In Lynden. o Mrs. Clara Hayes fro'ti Bel- : lingham attended the funeral services of her grandmother, Mrs. ! ;W. B. Sehuyleman, Saturday. On the Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range NEW PRICES BELLINGHAM J Miss. Jennie Sturman will be employed at tne George Ranimer -1 man I'otae. o Miss Gladys Stuurmans is at tending the summer session of the Normal school in Bellingham. o ■ A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ren Van Blest Friday.