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SPECIALS!
NOVEMBER 3 to NOVEMBER 11
SUNMAID RAISINS, bulk per rb 14c
SUNMAID RAISINS, package 14c
THOMPSON'S SEEDLESS RAISINS
Two Packages for 23c
PANCAKE FLOUR, THE BEST,
Three paskages for 25c
POLAR WHITE SOAP,6 bars for 25c
POLLY PRIM CLEANSER, the same
as Dutch Cleanser, per can 4c
MARSHMELLOW CANE SYRUP
2fb can for 15c
CORN BEEF HASH, 21b can for 25c
QUAKER CORN PUFFS, was 15c, now. 5c
BUY YOUR HEATER NOW, WE HAVE
THEM AT THE RIC.HT PRICE.
WESTERN MERCANTILE CO.INC.
WANT ADS
FOR SALE—SO pullets and 50
yearlings. Phone Lynden 5313.
1 1 2-lt--
iVANTED —Grave Guernsey bull.
1 vr old. Phone 1902. Lynden.
' 1 1-2-lt-* |
WANTED TO" RENT —40 acTe
dairy farm. Inquire at Tribune. 1
" 11-2-Sf-
SPECIAL. I'KICES oTi Majestic
ranges and heaters; 9x12 floor ;
covering, and all household
goods. Holly New & Second-
Hand Store, 411 W. Holly St.,
Bellingham. 1 l-2-i'.t* j
v, AN I'ED- ■- Homes iii the couu- 1
try for two bright, healthy boys :
9 "and 12 yrs. old. Write oi !
phone to the Bellingham Clt>
Mission, 2137, and arrange to
see them. Adoption if desired :
!
V.-ANT TO HEAR from someone
who wants to buy farm lanu
H. J. Foster, Ola, Idaho.
11-2-31*
TOBACCO, natural leaf chewing
smoking or mild smoking, &U
lb; loft), $2.50. Pay waea r<
ceived. Cbarlea Goff, Hard ins
burg. Kg. 11-2-4 -
FuH BALE!—Yorkshire bear,
yrs. old. Price $40. Also tW
young boar». Phone 2405, Lyn
den. i i■ l - .: -
FOIt'SALi: -3-acre chicken Fa ..
6-room bungalow, barn an
garage, chicks* house, all ne v.
and modern buildings; 2 Well
on place. John Hc\'inga. Vi B>l
n nr»y i f ,■■(.■• -I<-ry, Lyndon.
■ JJJg j|. iii!-bk)od"ed Bull
Orpington pullets, phone XIM
THE~BELLIXGHAM~C.VBIXF.-I
WORKS builds all kinds ol
Show, Floor and Meat Oa«»r
Cabinet work of all kind* fo,
store or home. All work gum
autecd. If lfs made of woo:
we make It. 10*0 EU St.
Bellingham, pl.one iS4.
lU-2C-:>1-'
WHEN IN TROUBLE. LET IKE
FIX IT
WXR Tl Ii) TIJ RE NT—4U a~<
berr\ farm. Inquire Tribune.
10-SC-3t-'
ORDERS TAKEN f->r mangels
delivered at $10.00 per ton
Phone Jt 7fi4.
FOR SALE CHEAP Pair <
.oils, ni mos. old. John Pj
Brnyn, R2, Lvudcn. i"-20:.-
FOR SALE —" S head "of registered
a. Holstoins, 3 just fresh. 1 fres!
T in spring; four grade COW
and :o grade yearlinge. R i
Hawley. 10-SB-St
FOR BALE —20t> White Leghpn
pullet.;. May and June hate!,
about SO breeding lons. Cr.
Blade, phone RlB3, Lynden.
10 -IP-!
F(jR~ SALE—Two cow.-, to *T
fresh in January. Phone 190
Lvnden. Henry Bierlink
lu-2G-:f
FOR SAI.r -Hollow" "w ire gas*
Iff, ffifc. Cha>P -uSi-*'
Ft - SALE 2
lamps, hollow-wire system -
$17.50. Phone 6420, Jon"
Ornate. 1 °' g f,' * i
NO HUNTING SIGNS -For sal
at Tribune office.
WANTED Uujors or first ela...
WMd. Price per rick, se'-onj'
growth 18.00; maple * ptrcn
J2 EC Cordwood cutters wan
cd. A. McDaniel. phone 1-11.
Lvndeu. 4-1-tf-o
totttjO not have to §bntj
your battery to Bellingham. \N (
repair and charge batteries.
Lynden Motor Co.
YOUNG SIRE FOR SALE from
cow giving 631 lb in 9 months.
Will reach the Sf.Olb mark by
end of year. Comes from Jersey
herd headed by Kolanders Em
inent (dam's record 8»6 rt> in
year.) B. C. Crabtree. Lynden.
Ltinreer Shingle*.
side Finish. Chicken H»UMf Sup
plies. Western Woodworking
Co.. Dock & Laurel Btt.. phone
870. 10-./u-o
Phone 20 Lynden
MONEY TO LOAN*—Farm loans.
. also first mortgages, notes
bought. E. A. Karnpen. phone
XtiSi. Box 12S, Lynden, Wash.
11-2-lt-*
LOST—A silk scarf, Friday night
between the Grade School and
the Lynden Christian School.
I Return to Tribune or to Mrs. :
I Geo. M. Waples. 11-2-lo
[ FOR SALE— Columbia Orafono- J
ia. used less than a year. Will
sell for half-price. Phone X9S:;. .
| IL-2-lt-' i
FOR SALE--Xo. 4 Roller mill. ;
j ml'g. by Carley Bros., Colfax
Wash., almost as good as new. j
Will trade for a good cow.
Phone 1014, Nooksack.
i 11-2-21-*
• FOR SALE - tOO White Leghorn
pullets, 5Vi mos. old. Tauered
strain. Phone Nooksack 4 j i .
11-2-lt-o
'OR SALE CHEAP—good team
of mares, weight about 3000
lb. Price MOO. G. R. Walk
er, 113 North Gth Street, Lyu
den. 10-19-3t*
MANGELS FOR SALE—Phone
4CO», Lynden. 10-1 y-4t--
" it SAL Eor trade —7-passenger 1
Btudeliaker, for ttade for pi
a'io or Ford car. Box 83. R.
No. 1. Bellingham. 10-86-3*
WOOD & COAL —Bellingham and
Wellington coal and mill wood.
Leave orders at Taylor and
Crulksbank, Real Estate Office.
Phone res. R743. office RO4l 1
E. L. Baitlett. S-17- ;
FOR SALE— Bchwalge Smith in
cubator, 4800 egg caplclty. Oil
buiuing. sectional, one of the
best hatchers on the market
Can be divided into two ma-
Chinos Of 240(1 eggs each.
Price, 2400 egg size. $250:
4SOO egg slse, $475. Reason for
selling. Installing big Mam
moths. "Henacres" E. It. Well.-.
Wash. l"-i:- ;:'
FOR SALE -TWO houses; can
have choice of three. First ,
sale gets beet bargain. :3ee
the owner. William Sarluud
"324 Orleans. Bellingham
10-26-at- *
CALE FOR TTaTST Ba2ema and
iloc.-. I.'. ;:d- . l"-lP-3»
IANGEL3 for sul i, delivered.
A. *Mt l aniel. phone 1711 Lyn
don 10-80-21 '
"ETTt'T - — rTT" light plant for
cp.le. good as new. John Boe -
r.nkool. Inquire of Pick Zyl
stia. m-u-3:-*
OR BALE —Jersey bun. b mos.
old. dam gave 73901b milk,
413.91b bnttertat last year,
with regular farm care and
milking, during last six mos.
her record is 5.5 70 11) milk,
891 ft buttc fc.t. Calf la ia fine
condition. Price f. o. b. dock,
i Bellingham, $75. Papers far
n'ofced. C. R. Martin, Dolphin.
Waab. " 1
', '( R SALE ira - OVea "I
i£ mile from Sumas; hous.: of
j 4 looms and pantry. Wood
abed, root-howse, hen basse
good barn, hog bouso; all kind
of fruit: rood well; runnir,?,
water; on good road; ma i
route; telephone; Immediate
poss-eslon. Price $2,500.00.
Terms to light party. PhonJ
210 Nooksack. 10-2G-3t*
ON ACCOUNT OF OLD AO B wlah
to retire. Will iell al one.-. 180
acres rich grain and fruit land
near Walla Walla; in one Held
or will divide. Will prow 40 bu.
wheat, alfalfa or fruit without
irrigation. Address owner. Box
iCI, Walla Walla. Wn.
11-2-3;-*
PGR SALE or trade —Mi plat
form. 2-seat spring wagon, With
pole and shafts; one medium
size Empire cream separator,
fini-" condition; one 18-inch
steel beam Rock Island plow,
good as new. Will trade for
hens or cow. Phone 210 I
Nooksack. 10-2fi-3t *
FIRST CLASS pure-bred Jersey l
Bulls for sale—or will trade
for Dairy Association bonds, or
liberty beads. B. C. Crabtree.
phone 2013 Lynden. 3-8-tf-o
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922
FOR SALE or trade for livestock
—touring car in good running
condition. Phone Custer 409.
10-19- 3t *
FOR SALE—lat* model Royal"
| typewriter, like new, less thai
half price. Room 10. Sterling
Apartments, Bellingham.
lu-19-3t- •
m
7000 ACRES SEQUIM LAND
settlement project, containing
the finest berry and dairy land
in the state, now offered for
settlement at attractive prices
and terms. Free booklet. Tho;
G. Mortland, Sequim. Wash.
10-19-lt- *
FOR SALE—I team of horses
and harness cheap. Cows, heif
ers, 1 registered Guernsey
bull, turkeys, spuds and cab
bage. Count v Farm, phone
3423W3, C. C King, Supt.
10-19-tf- o
FOR SALE—WeII hied Guernsey
bull; gentle to handle. 01i>f
Johnson, R2, Everson.
11-2-31'
KINK PURE BRED HOLSTEIN
bull calve* to trade for ha",
wood or mangels. Pbone 17X0,
Lynden. 11-2-lo
VOUNQ COWS FOR SALE—SBO
II each. 1 registered 2 yr. oil
Holstein bull, MB. I. O, Nee
vel, phone 57u7, Lynden.
11-: 11 :
BRING IN your live poultry. We
pay the highest n arfcet price.
Western Mercantile Compan..
5-11-tt- o
COME AXD SEE us if you wish
to borrow mcuey on real es
tate. Brishin, Smith * Livesev
1312 Dock St.. Belllngbatn,
' ; Phone 412*
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDINO —
Cast Iron. Malleable Iron, Soft
Steel. Tool Steel, Brnss. Lyndon
Welding & Manufaeturiug Co .
3rd & Front St.. Lynden. I-ltfo
LOOK for the yellow pump With
the word Shell painted on it.
when needing gasoline.lt starts
SAsy and gives you mote miles
to the gallon than any othe
For sale by Lynden Service
Station, C E. Whited & Son.
Props. 7-13-tf-o
[E. J. BOOTH, Taxidermist and
; furrier. 1115 Dupont St. phoii"
: 220S Bellingham.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Mail for the following sumed
persons remained unclaimed in
the postoffice in Lynden. Wash..
[on Nov. 2. 1922. If not ealle i
for in two weeks, it will be sent
to the Dead Letter office.
C. If. Anderson. Mrs. Warren
Holton, August Potior, O. J. Wa
ged ie.
i One cent d'.ie on each of the
shove letters. When calling for
any. please s» v "Advertised."
L d L Reekes. Postmaster
OFFICE WORK WANTED—ln
qulre Tribune. 11-2-it- *
Fi" It BALE—3 treeh cows, 1
Guernsey heifer fresh 4 weeks,
j. LanVhear, mile south
cf Rivers! i i 3chi 01. 11-2-2*
Pliysh Inn and surgeon
A. Macrae Smith, Bellingham Nat.
Bank Bldg. Phone 307, Bel.
FLORENCE L~ HOAO, Optome
trist. 1220 High St.. Phone
2287 Bellingham, Wash.
Or. Uttl-sl
Dmgless Physician. Chiropractor,
food specialist Lady attendants
2H3-204- 20 .1-20 0-207 Exchang f
Bldg. Bellingham.
Phone 342, Bellingham
oftce phono 1200 Residence r- ">s
DR. S. U. HOYNTOX
physician and Burgeon
\-i!av Laboratory,
it 14-517 B'bam Nail. Rk. Bldg.
BELLI NGI LAM, WASH.
ALLEN CAMPBELL. Loans. In
t-urHlice Netarv .Public, 1314
Pork Rt. PhOtM 306, Belling
ham.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Miller & Peters 15 Prospect St.
Phone 222 Bellingham
DR. TEFL
Special!*! PiafMiiiMi of fThildrm
rtlS Bcllingbatn Nut. Ibul ll!<Js.
IW»lHntftvnm, Waah.
PI KMT it lITtST i Hi lirH
siiini.iv Korvti <~-
11fl ' (Hi v II Stilt*?.)' S' ,l :'»i»!
r !
Ctisses tor nil «n
ifi:.m r. M.—Ywani Paoplea S«r.
;7: 3d P. U. —Sermon
"MIAS na•<f.i;. Mlntatan
YollV. < v If.m f ;.l lt»N t'tllirfll.
Win if'i <"t *?
DO YOU KNOW
We are expert
Dry Cleaners £ Dyers
I
A trial will convince,
DELIVERY SERVICE
Wednesday and Saturday
Gale. Henry & Tremain
Einie's Shop
Local Representatives
CASCADE LAUNDRY
& DYE WORKS
WE MADE A MISTAKE— Will
the man who bought 50c
worth of hunting signs from
The Tribune this week, and
only got two by mistake, come
in and let us apologize, and
get the rest of his order. Our
hind foot slipped. The Tribune.
I WANT MY UMBRELLA—some
body took my umbrella by mis
take at the Halloween party
Wednesday night of last week
at the I. O. O. F. Hall. I got
theirs. Let's exchange. Mrs.
A. H. Frasier. 11- 2-lt-
CARD OF THANKS
The staff of the Washington
Co-operative Egg and Poultry
Association desires to express its
thanks for the fine banquet pro
vided by the Lynden Department
Store Wednesday, and to convey
their congratulations on the oc-.
' casicn of the 25th anniversary.
EGG ASSOCIATION EMPLOYES
§ARG*AIN — Suramer Rates—Seat
tie Star $3.50. Subscribe at
Tribune office.
■ _
for SALE —40 Berkshire pigs.
George Todd, phono 4t07
Nooksack. 10-26-3*
', FOII SALE — My ti-acre chicken
j j and daiiy ranch, excellent soil;
. I 2 chicken houses 20x60; cow
t barn Zox3o, in good condi
-11 t ion; electrically lighted and
. ; city water: located directly
back of Knapp's Furniture
■ j Store. Iniiiiire of owner 234
; Front tl., Andrew Hamstra.
10-SG-Jt-o
• YOUNG TIGS for sale. 6 weeks
'j old. J. I. Hutcben. phone
r. 1 2r. Lynden. 10-19-1 ■>
ILL WOOL KNITTING YAK N
for rale, direct from nianuf
> raeturer at nr.e, IL.SC and
11.60 a pound Postage paid
on order. Write for samples
I to 11. A. Harden. Harmony,
Maine 10-19-3t-*
ALLEN'S ROCKS & LEGHORNS
WIN. Lay and pay. Write
your wants. 1». W. Allen, La
Conner, Wash. 10-19-6t*
FOR SALE —106 White Leghorn
pullets, ■ingle-comb. 11»o year-1'
ling hens. Western Electric | ]
Lighting plant, $150 complete.;,
m gold running order with 3
h. p. engine. Phone 5102 Lyn
den. C. M. Huisman. R. 2
10-lit-:- *
FOR SALE —Booking order* for
tiapnested hatching eggs. 800
to 294. 25 full grown cocker
ell with records 240 - 294. E.
E. Druley, Everson, R 1. Tel
ephone Nooksack 3709.
10-19-3t-o
HORSE for sale, weight about
1050 lbs. Will drive single
or double. Telephone 1409.
lu-19-3t •
1023 WHITE LEGHORN Chicks
from famous egg strains; Cor
vallls bred; low price, high
quality; e.ilarged capacity to
care for large orders as well
as small. Oregon - Corvallis
Hatchery, Ore. 10-i9-4t*
FOR .SALE —Electric light plant;
used 1 % years, 1200. Am tak
ing city lights. Also auto trail
er. A. C. Hess, K2 Belling
ham. near cement plant.
J_ IQ-19-3*
2*%-TON NASI I QUAD TRUCK,
absolutely new; must be sold
at once. The motor drives on
four wheels, making it the
most powerful truck built Per
sonal reasons make it neces
sary for us to dispose of this
truck immediately, before we
have even had a chance to use
it. The first person to offer us
just one-half what it cost us
can have it. Write us if you
n;e Interested. C. V. Allen Mo
tor Co.. 2005 Colby aye.. Ev
erett. Wash. 10-19-3t*
FOR SALE - Oats, barley and
straw, from Bridgeview Farm.
J. G. Hull & Co., phone 3fil or
Lyndon IVOR. 10-19-3*
FOR SALE —15 very choice white
!■. ghom cockerels, Hollywood
ctrain, fi mos. old. for breed
ing purposes. Julius Kappel.
E3, River drive. \± mile from
Ferndale. 10-19-3*
rOR PALE -hollow wire chicken
houselfgnts. Phone 4318 Lyn
don. 10-19-3 to
A TRIAL
cf our Smoked Meats will make
you want to test the merits of
' >ur
Khlisll MEATS
The choicest cuts of the best
quality are our first considera
tion.
Sanitary cleanliness, courteous
service— these are other g0.,,1
points that add to the popularity
of our market.
City Market
Ray Hookstra, Prop.
Phone M 22
Service Sanitation Satisfaction
ahr Ciinftrtt Oiimlrt
Didja notice that money seems
to be flowing like lager now in ,
the sheriff's eampaigu, hie?
|j—ooo-
That page ad of apology to: i
not being able 10 stop the care j
bringing the booze from Canada. '
which appeared In the Herald
last nighi. set somebody back
$150. And all those letters be
u.g maiieu out to every vote:
to show how bone-dry Mr. Cal
lahan is, cost several hundred
uio. c.
That is, unless the sheriff is
getiiiß bargain rates uu stumps
..uui Ule government,
Never noticed before that any
1 ca..a.uale huu, governor down
llUd eiiuugh coin 10 apere lo pay
! lU. ftlla, Wliill.
|| 000-
If Uoli Wilis, look':; like Lay-
UUliil S iiCkt_U.
1 hree (keeis tor John Barley
LO, v.
j,—uuu-
Hey. A. J. Brink nearly inissee
the big banquet, because he go
me impress.on, that in haimon..
With the silver anniversary, \V.
ii. Waples »io toasting a 25-
--rear old ox.
The mule, however, was reai
leader.
|| —000-
TWo enjoyable things market
the occasion for us. Bob Mot
Iriaon spread mushed potatoes ov
er our good looks. And T. U
Hums filled our hat with coffee
]] —000-
We can hardly wait anothe:
twenty-five years for a grand
banquet like that. Hasn't an;
other Institution been here 2l
years. Seems as if the City Drut
Store ought to give us a glas
of castoria. or something. And
.Marion Biehler also brags about
how long he's been in business
How about opening up a keg
of nails next Saturday, Marion?
|| —ooo-
|| —000-
Corn prices are going against th,.
grain.
• • •
Old debts would !>e easy pay i
It weren't for the new onet
• • •
Some crabs live In salt Witer.
other* live In hot water.
• • •
Why is It a fad to crlUcis
women Half our parents ar
women.
• • •
Don't Mow rem horn unless It i'
on a car
• • •
One doctor say? the greatest laclj
killer Is the corset
• • •
The happiest people don't ride h.
the biggest autos
• • •
The first of the morth I? r.lway;
a day of reckoning
• • •
If a fool weren'i born every mis
ute the demand would exceed th
supply
The man who t know wher<
he is folng isn t getting anywhere.
• » *
Knowing thyself isn't much ue«
unless you can convince "tlicrs.
see/?
a *ofi answer turncth owaf
wraih hut a soft head draws It.
• • •
Poor hoys often become great a..d
great boys often hecon c poor
• • •
People without RUtos have j. t2r4
time keeping a*-ay from ho :.e.
• • •
Buying n«>w trousers to .natch a:i
old coat and vest is gettinr eioie
fleult every year
• • •
A wise woman lets her husband
make her do what she wants lo do.
• • •
You never hear a man briig L.boui
how good a boy he was.
• • •
Days are g'-ltinc shorter, with the
exception of Sunday
• • •
It never occurs t>. foreign "nun
tries they eoukl reduce their debts
by paving a little
• • •
Many a young girl resembles her
mother because they dress alike.
. . .
The knows always have It.
DEDICATED TO QRAIfDMA
She loved the birds, she loved
the flowers.
The BM and all Its golden hours
When shadows came to dim tin
wey.
She looked to Jesus and knelt t
pray.
'he Master, her guide from child
hood
Made her life so sweet and good;
Tho' she is called to her home
above,
In Memory, her works live on
in cherished Love.
—Claribel L. Beck
OOMtJJM THIN
[ Bull Durham packages advertiser
in the Lynden Department Pion
ad on Page 10 are 7% cent
' packages, not ounce.
WHO IS GETTING IT?
■ ■ ■—"
fTIHE most important prosperity problem for the small
X community is summed up in the Department of Agri
culture's recent estimate that city and farm prices are
so far out of line that the farmer's purchasing power is a
fourth less than in 1913.
This situation vitally affects the small town, for the small
town is the link that connects farm and city. When the ex
change of products between farm and city is not balanced,
the small town is caught in a nutcracker.
Since the farmer's buying power is a fourth less than it
was before the war, the natural question is, "Who's getting
more than his share?"
There are a number of I answers, dovetailing into each
other.
The greatest trouble" is" the defect in the'system of distri
bution, by which the city man pays sky-high prices for prod
ucts that the farmer literally sells for a song. The rake-off
or profit to the average commission man is far too big. In
the same class are those city retailers who overcharge. In
many cases, the retailer is the victim of high rents.
The single-taxers pick up the argument at this point and
insist that rent is what is keeping production aud distribution
costs so high. To some extent, correct.
As far as manufacturing industry is concerned —that is,
the production of city-made products bought by the farmer—
it, with relatively few exceptions, is handicapped by over
capitalization. There have been too many stock dividends
and too much floating of watered stock. Thus, a business
that used to make $12,000 a year protif'br 12 per cent on a
capital of $100,000, now finds itself with $200,000 capital and
is trying to earn the same old 12 per cent—which totals $24,-
--000 on the new capitalization.
When price deflation is finished, some way will have to be
found to deflate the over-capitalization of industry. The
traffic can bear only so much, then it is bound to crack.
The farmer is between the devil and the deep sea. He not
only is not getting enough for his products but he also is
paying too much for what he has to buy. Like all big prob
lems, it,will be taken care of by time. ' - -
THE HENRY HOOZITS
Mothers Weep at Unveiling of
Memorial to Baby Dead
THESE mothers are gathered at the dedication, In Central Park, New
York, of a monument to the little children killed in accidents in tho
great city, most of them traffic mishaps. All those in the group havo
ffitepselves experienced such tragedies, some very recently, and many of
them, as can be eeen, are In tears as the dedication ceremony brings their
bereavement freshly to their minds, * .—.
TRY A TRIBUNE WANT AD FOR RESULTS
PACE KDfl
By Gary

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