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Tablets will be given FREE to everyone who comes to the store Saturday. Ask for yours. RED SALMON, 2 CANS 35c These are 1 lb tall INTRODUCTORY OFFER—S big bars of 01-0 Palm Soap for 25c Good toilet soap. BIG GLASS PRIDES' JELLY 25c Mixed flavors—formerly 50c a glass. **~1 lb Can Dei Monte Pork & Beans, 10c "Empress" extra fine Sugar Corn, was 20c a can, now 2 cans for 25c 3T DANDY ONIONS, 3 LBS. FOR 25c High-grade Sunkist Lemons, should sell now for GOc—still 40c a dozen here. WESTERN MERCMTILECO.,INC. WANT ADS * FOR SALE—Seven-room modern Louse: newly finished Inside and painted outside; two lots with trees and shrubbery. Will - take good used car as part ' payment Will give terms. F. B. Messer. 1711 Donovan Aye., g BglUngbam. 6 ■ - ,* BUT A HOME on the Gulf ot Georgia; a few fine 10-acre tracts, including a lot on the j beach and across the tide land. Ed Bin Custer 6-8-3t * FOR SALE —SO acre.-. 5o ir; i gated; puts up 200 tons hay: 3 miles from town, high school, creamery, rural route, tele phone. $7o00; terms. P. D. ] Hudson. Twisp, Okanogan Co.. Wash. 6-S-31* J QUEEN BEES —Increase your honey crops by introducing my t strain of unsurpassed Italian queens. Write for circular and price list. J. D. Harrah. Free j Ire, | -'-:;t* RANTED —To buy. a roung 1.- --600 or 1.700 pound horse. Call at Lind Gravel Company. 152 5 Forest St.. Bellingham. >;-S-3t* WANTED —40 goats tor land clearing purposes. Apply, stat ing price and particulars to Abbotsford Lumber Co.. Ab botaford. B. c. 6-l-3t* RECLEANED SEED BARLEY for sale. Ray Shumway. R 2 Lvnden, phone 1407 Nooksack. 5-25-tf -o • X SALE —100 acres good hay, dairy and stock ranch. For full particulars write Box 4... Route 3, Odessa, Wash.o-l-3t* RADIO FANS We carry a good line of radio parti "and supplies. Write lor Ist. THE RADIO SUPPLY CO. tU6 East i,<-ily St., Bellingham Wash. C-l-st-o FOR SALE —A nice family cow. Part Jersey. 2.4 quarts a day. Test 4.ti.'Price $90. Phone X 4 2 3. 6-2-St* TOR SAI.E —wagon. o'. 3 Lake fc't, Bellingham. Phono FOR SALE, on account of aJcjt r.esß—s acre chicken ranch, opposite Fair Grounds. 'J ermi Al Stuurman, phone R"64. B-2S-3t * iaHIAa BULBS —Choice. 25c post paid. A. A. Everett. 2607 E. North St.. Bellingham. k 6-1-2 Wi S-\LE— HI. and toreal wood orders taken at Taylor & Cruik shank's Real Estate office. Phone, res. R743, office RO4X. E. L. Bartlett. f_- 1 - ,f ll > BICYCLES AT COST — Legoe Hardware Co.. 1317 Cortmar rial St.. Bellingham. 5-1 WANTED— buyers of first-class wood. Prices per rick: Second growth, $2.00; Body fir $»•»»; Maple and birch $2.f.0. A. Mc- Daniel. phone 1711 Lynden. 4-1-tfo YOU DO NOT HAVE - TO SEND your battery to Bellingham. We repair and charge batteries. Lynden Motor Co. 3 -"l_ MONET TO L«'AN. Brtißtn. Smith , * Livesev, 1312 Dock St.. Bel lingham/ 2-11-24--^ YOUNG SIRE POR BALK fro™ cew giving 511 It) in 9 months. Will reach the ffiOlt. mark end of year. Comes from Jersey herd headed by Koland-rs' Em teent (dam's record S9C 1" tn | year.) B. C. Crabtree. Lynden. jl-23-tf-o Lumber Shingle-. Savh. Door*. In side Finish. Chicken House sup plies. Western Woodworking Co.. Dock & Laurel Sts.. phone S7O. 10-2 7-tf-o DR. DARST Prngless Phyalcian, Chiropractor. Food Speriaiist. Lady attendants |P.ooms 203 to 207. Exchange 5-tuilding. Bellingham. Phone 34-. PTRST CLASS pure-bred Jersey Bulls for sale—or will trade for Dairy Association bonds, or liberty bonds. B. C. Crabtree. phone 2013 Lynden. 3-2-tf-o Phone 20 Lynden FOR SALE—2 holstein cows, will ( be freak Oct. and Nov. Giving a good flow of milk now. 1 miie east of Timou school. Gust Hallund, R 3 Everson. 6-8-3t* I TEAM FOR SALE —-4 year-old hays well matched; sound and true. Weight 1625 and 1600. Alao 1 9 months old colt. A. Zoet, Everson R 3; Phone X -BH3 Lynden. 6-S-31* FOR SALE —Steel drums. 15 to 50 gallon. John Postma, Fern dale R 1, Phone 4507 Lynden. 6-8-lt* CALL FOR BIDS Bids for the gravelling of a three fourths mile section of the "Depot Road" —specifications at mv office —will be received up to June 22. 1922. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. C. R. AXLING. Clerk, Lynden Twp. Lynden. G-S-2r* FOR .SALE —1 O. I. C. Brood Sow with 8 pigs 1 week old. for sale. John Bierlink, Thone 2402 Lynden. 6-2-tfo RADIO EQUIPMENT —Mail or cii r. Write, phone or call, O- Lvnd-O Radio Company, 313 4lh & Liberty St.. Lynden Wn. P. O. Box 373. Phone Lynden R6Bl. Hours —6 P. M. to 11 P. M. 6-1-tfo i FOP. SALE —Clover Hay. Elzie • •; ,t ;,. Phone X 4 22. 6-1-21* • FOR BALE —Best auto in the state for the money; or will • take in Ford roadster or coupe as part mayment. 2101 Ala bama St.. Bellingham. 5-25-3;* ' FRESH COWS for sale or trade r for young stock. Phone 6002 Lynden Leslie Vail. 5 2 5 Bt* « ALL WW BIDS Notice is hereby given that bids will be received up to 1 p. m June 10, 1922 for the moving and remodelling of the Riverside ■school, wotk to be completed by Ungual 18, 1922. Plans and specifications may be examined at the office of the clerk. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. A. B. COLYER, Clerk District 84 5-25-3t- » BRING IN your live poultry. We pay the highest market price. Western Mercantile Company. ; 5-11-if- o j FOB SALS, SEWING MACHINES Late style Singers, slightly used very reasonable. 107 Magnolia. Public Market Hidg., Bellingham. , r .-11-4f FOR PALE —A. No. 1 fir wood. not delivered. R. Hendricks. Phone 4808 Lynden. 6-l-»to OXY-ACBTYLBNH WELDING — Cast Iron. Malleable Iron, Soft Steel. Tool Steel, Brass. Lynden Welding & Manufacturing Co.. Srd & Front St.. Lynden. 1-1 tfo WiTZ selL PH Tral)L-i nr l.s-inch disc harrow truck «»« tachment. used 1 season on 40! acres for either a good Jersey j or Guernsey bull, of service able age, shoats or oats. Oer tel Bros.. Blame 4-l"-tf-o FOR SALE—New Five-room Liun galow; pantry, bath and base ment Woodshed and garade combined. On a lot and ft half. Garden already in. In quire ot 2SOI Peabody it, Bellingham. 5-18-41- NO DELAY ; T<r£ MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM OR CITY PROPERTY •I If your farm is for sale or trade list it with us. OSIER & FOLLIS 17 Prospect Street Phone 92 Bellingham Washington THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYND EN, BARN DANCE ; William Edward's Barn, mile west of Everson. north side of river. Saturday. June 17 ' Boerhave 3-plece orchestra \ 6-6-2t» SALE—Grade Holstein cow, mare weighing 1.500, priced reasonable. Hugo Johnson, R 4 Bellingham, Wahl. 6-8-3t» FOR SALE —20 acres of good hay. standing in field; Timothy & Alsike, mixed. Frank Bloom Lvnden. 6-6-3t» bargain! FOR SALE —4 0 ACRES Kenne- wick irregated land; half mile Finley; 30 acres alfalfa; 6 acres apples; buildings. $10,- --000. half cash. Julius Jacot, Finley. Wash. G-S-31* FOR SALE —2 Vega Cream Sep arators, almost new; at a bar gain. 1 McCormick Mower, 1 Rake, 1 in. wagon. Lvnden Implement Co. C-8-tfo FOR SALE —Cheap; hollow wire oil lighting plant. 5 lights.. XCII Lynden. G-8-3t» NEW SINGLE BUGGY and har ness for sale cheap. i'hone 6002 Lynden. C-S-lt* WORK HORSE FOR SALE or trade for milch cow. H. Pearce R 2 Lynden. 6-S-lt* FOR SALE —About 30 six-weeks old pigs. Also a high grade Holstein Bull. John Slotemak er. Phone RS94 6-8-lt* Get your mower tongues now at the Jeffers Mill. Don't wait until your hay is ready to cut. 1 6-S-3to ! Dr. Teel. Specialist Diseases of i children. 512 Bellingham "Nat. Bank Bldg.. Bellingham 6-S-tfo L FRESH FISH CHEAP 1 Salmon Eggs Paturdav sth & Front St. AUTO FIPH MAN f 6-8-lt* I WAGON FOP. SALE —S Inclj tire, wagon box; spring seat. Price $25. Cecil Verhaag, Willys Lake. R 1 Ferndale. 6-1-lt* • FRESH COWS and coming fresh j on hand at all times, for sale ! . or will sell on easy terms. i These cows guaranteed as rep resented, or your money re funded. This is more than you can get at any auction sale. I also have three Brood Sows for sale. Phone 2207, J. R. • Morgan, Custer, Wash. C-l-3t ! I FOR SALE —36-acre ranch near Enterprise. II acres cleared. - Has building & orchard Priced . $5000. Write Box 123 Fern dale or phone RS2I, Ferndale. ! f,-S-3t-» FOR SALE —Indian Motorcycle, 1 twin cylinder, 3 speed, equip-; ped with magneto and storage battery with generator, head lights,' spotlight and horn. Ex tra rear seat. Price $165.. terms to reliable party. Mach ine may be seen at the Ser vice Garage. Phone M 19. r ,-2 5-tfo FOR SALE —Buick Four Road ster in good mechanical con dition. Good tires. Phone Nooksack M.IS. A. & B. Ser vice Station. Everson. 6-8-: to SHELL GASOLINE Motorists tell us they can get from two to three more miles j per gallon out of Shell gasoline than any other. Try it and see for yourself. Get it at the Lyn den Service Station. C. E. • Whited and Sou. 5-4-4 to I FOR SALE —A 4-room house Witt good furniture electric lights and water, woodshed and 3 lots located on East Front ! St., for only $SOO, easy terms.' Best location in Lynden. Will make a dandy chicken ranch. John Ebert. 5-2 5-3* FOR SALE —Ford roadster. Lyn den Implement Company. 4-27-tf- o WANTED —Every Kodak owner to know where to get the best developing and printing. Teeple- Studio. ISM Elk St. Bellingham, Wn. We pay re turn postage on mail orders. f.-8-3t* NOTICE! Mr. Farmer: Did you ever slop lo consider boif much money you lost on your last STOCK DEAL l>y not getting in touch with — OERTEL, BROS., BLAINE. WN. Vulcanizing Accessories Gas and Oils Bring us Your Casings and Tubes for Repair We sell the new SIEBERLING Cord and Fabric Tire* We especially call your attention to the Sieberling Cora 30x3 H Clincher at 512.50. SUNSET SERVICE STATION Frank Mulder Adrian Breen Wood Cutters wanted 4 foot wood. A. McDaniel. Phone 1711. 6-S-lt* iiOAKDKHS WANTED— Mrs. Flnnell. Phone X 561. 5-25-3f |FOR SALE —1 6-ft. disc. Special price. Ford Oarage. Lynden. FOR SALE —Improved lots on • Front and Grover Sts., East Lynden. Some have bearing tru,: trees, one with a small house. Price and terms reason- • aUe. R. E. Hawley. 5-25-4t* i LOOK for the yellow pump with the word Shell painted on it. when needing gasoline.lt siatts casv and gives you mote miles to the gallon than any other. 6-25-lfo FOR SALE or trade —5 miles East of Blame, 7 1 * miles west of Lynden; 20 acres, 4 acres cleared, 8 acres tlashed; 4- room house; small barn; chick en house; root cellar; wood shed; some fruit trees; acre strawberries. Good well of wa ter. E. F. Webb, 2801 Mich igan St.. Bellingham. Will take car in part payment, bal ance terms. 5-25-31* ————— — BABY CHICKS —June only. S. V. R. I. Reds $20.00 per 100; S. j C. White Leghorns $15.00 per 100. Maple Brook Poultry Farm. Southworth, Wash. 5-25-3t* ' PIGS FOR SALE —Phone 4911 Lynden. 6-8-1 to W ANTED Clean White Rags 10c a Pound. Bring Them To The Tribune Office POILTRY CELLING Why wait until your birds molt before culling them for market. Have your birds culled now and get in on the market with them before the price is too low. Notify H. E. Seidell. Ev erson. R 1, or Phone Belling hajn 3F12 if you want your flock culled. G-l-2t» Katie* to Piano Owners I expect to be in Lynden soon ; and will be able to tune a lim ited number of pianos. Parties baring work to be done please leave word with Miss Helen II Helder as soon as possible. ; I Phone X 573. John Helder. |i 6-l-2to t PASTURE FOR RENT —For 16 1 head; good water, good feed Phone 1803 Lynden. 6-l-3t* AS I have plowed most of my hayfield, 1 wish to sell my Dam hay loader; almost new; A-l condition; cheap for quick sale. Also work horse, 1500 lbs., sound and gentle, 6 years old. Frank Ardle, R. No. 4, , Bellingham; residence half mile east of Goshen. 6-8-3t* II ACRES. IMPROVED —berries, nuts and fruit; mile from 1 city; city water; rock road. $350 an acre. cash. Mary A. Parrott. Newberg. Ore. 6-S-3t* DR. VAN KIRK. Specialist in di seases of the EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Glasses accurate ly fitted. Bellingham National Bank Building. Bellingham. COWS & HEIFERS WANTED — There is a big demand now for stock 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. CO-OPERATIVE PAINTERS * PAPER HANGERS Wes aye you money. Let us bid on your work. We hurry. 103 W. Chestnut, Bellingham Phone 83» LOWER FREIGHT RATES On all commodities be tween Seattle and Bellingham Have your shipments come by Steamer Kulshan, leaving Col man Dock. Seattle, at 11:30 P. M. daily, arriving at Bell ingham 7:15 a. m.. next morn ing. Low rates apply in both directions. Str. Kulshan leaveß Bellinghan 11:30 a. m. daily for Anacortei and Seattle. Str. Kingston leaves 7:00 A. M. Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday for San Jnan Island points. For full information phone 992; toll charges paid by Cit izens Dock Co. CHEAP PASSENGEI FARES One way to Seattle . .. Round trip •8.90 THURSDAY, JUKI 8, 1622 THE BEST dairy and diversified farm land in the state of Wash. Write the SQUARE DEAL REAL ESTATE office. Colvllle, Wash. 6-l-3t' FOR SALE —Marine gas englri* bargain, 220 h. p. Eastern Standard; six cylinder, direct reveraable; price $2,150 F. O. B. Seattle. Subject to prior sale. Write K. H. Scheel, Pier One. Seattle. 6-1-J,* CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks for all the beautiful flow er gifts, help which we received and sympathy which was shown during our bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Sehuyle man, and family Mrs. Dena Troost and family Mr. and Mrs. John Sehuyle man and family Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Vei brugge and family Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Huis ,man and family NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENT AS SESSMENTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular annual instal ment on Local Improvement Dis trict No. 12, West Main St. im provement will be delinquent June 20, 1922, and all instal ments not paid will be certified to the County Treasurer for col lection, together with interest and penalties. J. T. ZYLSTRA, City Treasurer. 6-S-2t-o F. Van Aalsburg's barn was hit in the spare-ribs Saturday when Van Aalsburg got his in tellect and his feet tangled up. He put one of his Number Twelves on the gas instead of the brake, and pressed harder when he saw the car wasn't stop ping. A medicine show doctor with a voice as loud as a Ford bug minus a muffler, is operating on the Lynden populace this week, exchanging boxes of "sahve" for dollars. He pays $2.fin a day in license fees to the city. j',—ooo- The council should go down in a body and listen to him. If ' they do so, they will either raise • the" license to $2,&00 a day. or they will purchase a box of his sovereign remedy. || —000- Lester Landaal has equipped his Ford coupe with a radio out fit. He can now receive im portant messages while driving. If he is on his way down town, and his mother has forgotten to tell him to bring back a spool of white thread. No. 16, she can call him up and save him an ex tra trip. : We do hope that the t'nitod States Government, the County Sheriff, and Marshal Jake Le Compte won t pincn us lor run ning that recipe of Mrs. Le Cocq over on Page Four for "Moon shine Cake." Tracy Riddle celebrated his 12th wedding anniversary this week. The 12th is the silk an niversary so some of hie North wood friends can buy him a new kimona. You would think that Harry Beernink would have brushed his 'hair up a little and had his shoes shined. before posing for that picture over on Page One. the tribune takes subscription* for the herald the Seattle papers and nil magazines at spec ial bargain rates Why That Lame Back? G F. Rouse, 416 4th St., Ana cortes! Wash., says: "I strained mv back doing heavy liftinc; and suffered from lame back. At times I went right down on my knees with a terrible pain which caught me in tbe small of my back. I had to lay off work for dr:vs at a time. The kidney se cretions passed too often and were unnaturpl. Specks cam? be fore my eves and confuse! me I was told" to try Doan's Kidncv , Pills and half a dozen boxes rid me of the backache and dizzy spells and made my kidneys act like clock work." Price 60c, at all dealers. Dor. t simply ask for a kidney remedy— j get Doan's Kidney Pills —the same that Mr. Rouss had. Foster- Millburn Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, X. "i That morning lameness —those sharp pains when bending or lifting, make work a burd«n and rest impossible. Don't be handi capped by a bad back —look to your kidneys. Tou will make no mistake by following this Anacor ' tes resident's example. || —000- || —000- |! —ooo- |j —ooo- || —000- Direction of Jensen A Ton Berber* BELLINGHAM UNTIL FRIDAY—James Oliver Curwood's "THE MAN FROM HELL'S RIVER" SATURDAY— the ?reat Griffith film— "ORPHANS OF THE STORM" SFXSET SERVICE STATION MOVING To NEW QUARTERS Adrian Breen and Frank Mul der are movirg their Sunset Service Station this weak to the new quarters on -',rd Street just south of their pr-sent location. The structure has been fitted up tor their purposes, and prom ises to be one of the tuo.-u at tractive and popular stations in the county. -n YAKIMA MAM PURCHASES LOCAL PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO E. I. Jaeobsoti this week sold his photograph studio to T. A. Sather, of Yakiina. ; Mr. Sather has been in tho photograph business for 30 years I and understands the basineM thoroughly. I'ntil recently Mr. Sather has been in in Hutchinson. Minnesota. having come to Yakima quite recently. Mr. Jacobson will go to Belling ham where he will take up pho tography in the 'ommercial and moving picture line. j Mr. Sather will take charge of the studio immediately. The Sunday evening services at ; the Baptist church during the, summer months will be of t!u ! most helpful character possible ; consisting of brief addresses en interesting and vital subjects and good special music by the muK quartet and choir. Everybody is ] invited to worship with us. On 1 Sunday evening. Mr. Baker will | discuss Jesus' attitude toward our modern slogan. "Say it in (a Word." A TRIBUNE WANT AD COSTS ONLY 25c Winner in Saddle Pony Event . NO wonder Kairina McCormick, daughter of Senator MaiUJ Met. or mick is proud. Her pony won the first prize cup tn the Saddle I - i> ony event at the opeiung of the National Capital Horse Show in iVa&hington. Deer ing Don't fail to see this well known, light draft mower, which we now have on our floor to show you. New low prices on Mowers, Rakes, Ted ders, Side Delivery Rakes. Hay Loaders, Binders, Binder Twine, etc. Let us show you how much money we can save you by buying from us, taking your machinery from our store, or from car DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU! LYNDEN IMPLEMENT CO. Phone Main 97 TONIGHT FRIDAY and SATURDAY Maude George the fkforit* Universal Ffla» Star Ear? of the cjsterious, di:uncuve NEW G ARD A NAIL POLISH "It* lantinp Qualities anJ strange fra r-: r - are racist cap'.ivaiir.c." Harp m tri-i the M!\T CySt Tr.Hftrlw? If M trr them uw. Vrai rM tic rii.irmel Tlsli iiae ot prodm-- is-ji-d by U» P " 110 l* c E OF W*ATKINS (Established H6S.> . WINON A, MINNHS.OTA. BBliifaU cf ■seven rich crci.tir>nM ! ».CE riiE\M PKBFITWE. TOILET WATER. .NAIL POLISH. TALCXM Lcirr tv trimr and lnv<- Or* as ■IWtm «l r 6i I A* iirlorm»tion shoot Sams Toilrt Preparation, and 137 otter Procoets trom THE WATKINS RETAILER rIMM us. MA LymPn, «nd We will come out to your place COME — SEE THE NEW IDEAL Mower PRICES SMASHED PAGE NIKE GELEYNSE BROS. Lynden. Wash.