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Crescent Mercantile Co.,inc.
Phone Main 8 Successors to the Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing Departments of the Farmers Mercantile Co. Some of the reasons why we can sell high grade merchandise at the lowest prices in the county. fIFIRST of all we pay small rent, much less than the taxes would be on high priced property. No non-producing help, officers, or stock-holders, thereby showing a very low over head expense. fiTHIRD, Be cause our expenses are small, we figure a very small margin. Our prices prove this when you compare them with other prices. Because we buy as close to home as possible—no expense in buying, low freight rates—thereby keeping our money in the state if possible, and buying in large quantities. rGET OUR PRIC ES AND MAKE US PROVE THAT WE SELL FOR LESS. CURTAIN SPRIM We do not believe that a quality scrim like v,«jtnniii this was eyer shipped t0 Lynden before at so small a price. Ecru or white, with self colored border marked the Cres cent way at only 15 c a yard. VVe are fortunate enough to have a large supply of spring weights in stock bought at last year's prices, so the ladies who wear the light weights the year round will be glad to save at least 35' \ on her garments and we have enough stock on hand to last at least a year, so your savings will continue as long as this stock lasts. Priced as low as 40 c per garment and up to $6.00. If so, come in and get a good warm cap to keep them warm. We have them in knitted, corduroy, broadcloth, and many colors, with or without fur ear flaps. Priced to sell'the Crescent wav at from 75c to $3.00 each. We have a fine assortment of ladies silk hosiery in the largest range of colors and styles ever shipped to Lynden. All sizes in black, white, nude, cham pagne, mouse, fawn, sand and cordovan. Priced the Crescent way at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25, $3.00 and $3.50 the pair. CANVAS GLOVES No better glove was ever made to sell at this price. Bought close to home, little freight to pay, so of course we can sell them the Cres cent way at only 15c a pr. for 10-oz. canvas gloves. WANTED Clean White Hags 10c a Pound. Bring Them To The Tribune Office With a Little Work 'That's Fun" You can do wonders in brightening up your home HERE and there about your home there may be plates which yon would like to have beautified and refinished. Why not do the work yourself? Painting is really fun. You ran do the work as well as anyone else if you follow the simple directions which we will send you. Our "Home Service Paint Depart ment" was organized just to help women refinish little things about the home. Write us what you want to do and how you want it to look when refinished. Our experts will guide you through the work step by step, making every phase of it clear and simple, lhry will recommend materials, brushes. etc. . , There are Fuller Paints, % arnistns. Enamels, Wall Finishes and Stains made especially for your use. ihey Fuller's I mnctncA-no* "Hemt Service Paints Ma-uf.ctured b r W. P. Fuller & Co., Dept. 44, S«n Fr.nci.co Branch*! in 1» Citi»» in the W«t LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. B00,H00! EARS COLD? GLOVE SILK HOSIERY t PR. S. S. HOWE. Practice limited to tbe EYE, EAR. NOSE, and THROAT. GLASSES FITTED. Belingham, Wash. are the best materials of their kind that we know after 73 years of ex perience in making paints. Start working these little wonders in your home and take advantage of Fuller's Free Advice and Fuller's Products |o make the work easy and successful. Washable Wall Finish Washab'.e V all Finith ia > flat t»il paint v»huh proJucei ■uft pai:el effVcti. It is easy to •pply ««T 10 * l ' r P c Iran, a dampened cloth re muvei all mark,*. It • waabable. IS delicate We sjsjsj make siUen*hite Fnamel, Decorel Virniib Stajoi, All jiutpote Var ninhrt. Rul.bet-Cement Floor Paiut. Fifteen for-Fioori Var* man. Folierwear Yarniab, Floor Vii, Auto Enamel, Fuller ■ Hot W«t« U all Fintih (kiUumioe), Porcb and Stay Paint, mi I'IUNLLrI *HITE LEAD. Low Prices On IMuinsing Wear For Ladies Our price on the extra heavy army trench shoe with three soles iron heel, wide back strap, and no leak tongue is only $3.85 pair THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, L TOT EX, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1922 Men, we have one of the best overcoats that we have seen, to sell at anywhere near this price. We made a special buy and have marked them ac cordingly. You get the benefit. They come in gray, brown, in all sizes. Priced especially at only .. $22.50 To be had for the price is this extra heavy work shoe for men. We made a mighty good buy and are giving our customers the benefit of our buy. A dou ble sole made of absolutely all leather, with double sole, chrome upper—an all 'round good work shoe. And marked the Crescent way ut only . .$4.00 the pr. ARMY SHOES BOOTH'S CORNERS WILL MEET TO PLAN NEW COMMI NITY HALL Next Saturday evening. Nov. 18, all who are interested in a community hall, here, are re quested to meet at the Roy Al len residence, to make plans for it. A surprise party was given at the Ranks residence last Satur day evening hi honor of Adrian Will-i'.- birthday anniversary A time and delicious refresh ments were enjoyed by the fol lowing: Bryan, Blanche, and Ar thur Jordal: Jennings and Uut'i Srurn.an; Do.nid and Mr. Stuitz; Mr. and Mr-. Hiram Wn |«lt: Mr. and Mr». Cecil WW le'*; Albert. Jamc'. Nellie, An iro and Henry U>-er.dam; Mrs- Bank* and ch'Hr-'n; Mr. an i M.s. Swope and daughter!} Ma be', and Elsie; Bill, Arlir. Ver n;la and Claire Pi'iaer; Ma'il'M Cromwell; Lewis '1 "11. »; Borthfl Fisit. Minnie, and Charl'l Troost; Ogle Heaton; Orvie Jeßers; Ver non Pearson; Frank and Teddy Dean; George and Raymond Bremner; Evelyn Willey, Nellie and Aulton JeflVott and the guest of honor, Adrian Wiilett. Rev. S. J. Templeton of Seat tle, visited at the G. N. Heaton home, Wednesday. Mrs. Jeffers and son Orvie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Abel of Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scribner and son Haskell Of Nooksack. were Sunday guests at the Bwope homo. Mr. and Mrs. N. Da hi am', chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. Kueh noel of Bellingham. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Car! Ny quist. Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. C. Baker, of Lvnden. were visitors at the H. Willett home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pugh and daughter Zenna. spent Sunday evening with Mr. Pugh's ulster. Miss Kate Pugh. at the E. Mark stroni home at Delta. Mr. David Husband of Belllng ham returned home Thursday, af i ter spending Wednesday with the Rathbone family. Misses Evelyn. Marian and ! Jessie Willey were Saturday af j ternoon callers at the Bremner home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and daughter June spent Sunday a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bar ney Klander at Ten Mile. Ella Palmer was the all-night guest of Mabel and Elsie Swope. I Saturday night. Mrs. Pugh called at the Howen home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Parrott and Mrs. Farrill were entertained at the Rathbone residence, Wednes i day. Nineteen ladles attended the Willing Workers H. E. Club meet ing at the home of Mrs. Allen. OVERCOAT SPECIAL THE BEST SHOE Thursday afternoon. Four new members Mesdames Deobald. Seat, Banks, and H. Litton join ed the Club. Tbe following offi cers were elected for the coming year: President. Mrs. Heaton; vice president, Mrs. Hutchinson; secretary. Mrs. Swope; treasurer. Nellie Bovendam. Cake and Cof fee were served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The W. W. H. E. Club was well rep r. aented at the meeting at the Laurel Grange hall, Friday after noon. The following members attended: Mesdames Hunt, Mat thews. Sturtz. Seat, C. W. Smith. Hutchinson, Pugh, Swope and Heaton. Mr. and Mrs. John Bovendam and family were among the vis itors at the J. Holtrop home at Glendale. Thursday evening. Mr. Felix Pugh and sons. THANKSGIVING IS COMING We will have a supply of Farm Poultry of all kinds—Tur keys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens, and a whole troupe of needs for the holiday season. OUR MEATS will supply your needs in our line to your entire satisfaction and the delight of your guests. City Market Ray Hookstra, Prop. Phone M 22 Service Sanitation Satisfaction KEEP SMILIN G I DR. O. A. SAND Chiropractor 308 From St., Lynden OVFRAIIS ou can not an hlce this at so small a price, any place in the county, except at this store. Made from heavy 2.20 weight denim, suspender back, well made thru out and worth more at wholesale. Marked the Crescent way . . $1.50 pair ARMY COATS New Army Coats and reclaimed all-wool in sizes up to 40 and every one guaranteed in every way, sold at a price far below the cotton over all jacket. The Crescent way for $1.25 each George, Francis and Floyd visit ed at the Jordal residence, Sun day afternoon. Mr. Richard Moore of Custer, land Miss Antoinette Jess of Sun [ rise spent Sunday evening at the Rathbone home. Sunday afternoon callers at the J. H. Swope home were Mr. land Mrs. A. E. Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and son. Miss Lela Tharp is on the sick list. HANDSOME CHRISTMAS CARDS ARE NOW READY Are you going to send a nice Christmas card to your friend this year to let him. or her, know that you have not forgot ten? If so you should come to the Tribune office and look over the fine line we've procured for you. There are beautiful cards of all kinds and sizes, bearing appropriate designs, embossed In colors and gold. In the blank space we print whatever Holiday sentiments you desire, and the cost is nominal. Envelopes to fit each size. Many, persons have taken to sending out these nice cards to their friends at the Christmas season, and the line we are showing leads them all. GREAT ARTISTS TO COME TO BELLINGHAM BOON The Bellingham Women's Mu sic Club have arranged a very at tractive concert course for this winter season. The first artist is Toscha Seidel. Russian violinist, at the Grand Theatre, November 2Sth. Calve, soprano, American The atre. January 31. C'ortot, French pianist. Normal school, April 10th. A season ticket to these three concerts is $4.00 and there are only a few more available. Ther-> will also be single tickets for the first two concerts but to hear Cortot it will be necessary to buy a season ticket. This club is in existence for the betterment of the community by giving them the best artists at a low price. They do not make any money on their con certs, but feel they are doing a good work and only ask that ev ery one who loves music should attend for their own pleasure and also help the dub. Any inquiry about the con certs could be rent to Miss Best, Exchange Building, or to Mrs. C B. Harter. care of Barter and Wells Piano Co., Bellingham. Wash. DR. C. H. McLEOD DEXTIBT Office in Dyk Building LYXDEX - . WASHINGTON NEW XMAS JEWELRY The largest line of Ear Drops. Beauty Pins, Purses, Vanity Boxes, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Col lar Pins, Bags, Barretts, and in fact everything but diamonds. Come in and see them. Prices range from 10c to $4.00 the piece. SWEDENE GLOVES A very warm fabric glove for Ladies and as neat as. any kid glove could possibly be. Many styles to choose from in short or long wrists. Black, white, tan, cordovan and champagne. Some with fringe, others plain with or without heavy back stitching. Priced the Crescent way at. . 85c to $1.49 the pair. Read the Following List —and note that we handle the best lines of automotive merchandise on the market. We are making it our policy to furnish our cus tomers with nationally known goods. No fly-by-night stuff that sounds like a big bar gain, but is high-priced in the end. Remember when you buy something that has a good name behind it you will get the best bargain because the good name was made by selling good merchandise. CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS & TRUCKS DODGE PARTS AND SERVICE GOODYEAR AUTOMOBILE TIRES GOODYEAR TRUCK TIRES EXIDE BATERIES THERMOID BRAKE LINING GILFILLAN IGNITION PARTS RED CROWN GASOLINE ZEROLENE OILS AND GREASES MOBILE OILS VICTOR HEAD GASKETS GLOBELT FAN BELTS COLUMBIA DRY" CELLS Lynden IVlotor Company, Inc. BLACK SHIRTS A special buy in Sateen Work Shirts. A good heavy shirt made to wear and cut full. You can't beat the quality if you pay $1.25 for a shirt elsewhere. The Crescent price only 89c And last but not least, if your ear ails anything LET IKE FIX IT PAGE FIVB