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Coffee and Tea Drinkers,
Here Is Your Opportunity FOR SATURDAY ONLY BULK COFFEE, Just as good as any ORANGE PEKOE BLEND, A black Tea SOME OTHER BARGAINS Yellow Free Peaches, large can 25c Fresh Bulk Dates 21b for 25c Corn Flakes, 3 pk gs , f or 25c New Black or White Figs 21b for 35c Del Monte Catsup, large bottle 25c Rock Dell Pork & Beans, large can 2 for 25c Fancy Large Butter Cookie, 2 dozen for 15c WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., INC. WANT ADS WANTED TO RENT —4 0 acre dairy farm. Inquire at Tribune 11-2-3t* WANTED TO BUY — Day or week old calves; also about 10 shoats. Phone 5707, Lyn den. 11-10-2* SPECIAL PRICES on Majestic ranges and heaters; 9x12 flooi covering, and all household goods. Holly New & Second Hand Store, 411 W. Holly St Bellingham. 11-2 3t" FOR SALE — Vega separate:- 45t>Ib capacity, good as new Phone 2902, Lynden. 11-1 O-lt- Wanted —Men or women to tak orders for genuine guarantee hosiery for men, women aiu children. Eliminates darning Salary 150 a week full tlm« $1.00 an hour spare time. Ex perience unnecessary. Inter national Stocking Mills, Nor ristown, Pa. 11-9-' UtO CAR FOR SALE —Good condition. Price $165.00. In tiulre Lynden Service Station 11-16-1' WANTED — Young Holstein oi Durham cows or heifers, coin ing fresh soon. Phone 1417 Nooksack. 11-9-81- VEAL CALVES WANTED, any age. L. H. Siler, Nooksack. Phone 6508, Nooksack. 11-10-4t-* FOR SALE —150 7-months-old White Leghorn pullets, Holly wood strain. laying IVff Phone 4813. Lynden. 11-lfi-lt-* WANT TO HE Alt from someone who wants to buy farm land. H. J. Foster, Ola, Idaho. 11-2-31* VoBACCO. natural leaf chewing, smoking or mild smoking, ooc It- lUlb. $2.50. Pay when re ceived. Charles Goff, Hardins bure. Ky. 11-2-41* FOR SALE —3-acre chicken farm C-room bungalow, barn anf gurage, chicken house, all new and modern buildings; 2 wells on place. John Hovinga. tt mi. north of creamery. Lynd j n. THE BELLINGHAM CABINET WORKS builds all kinds of. Show, Floor and Meat Cases Cabinet wosk of all kinds KM *Jk»re or home. All work guar If it's made of wood we make it. l'"50 Elk bt. Bellingham, phone 384. J( . _ t , tvHKN W 'I'ROI'BLM, FIX IT. FOR SALE—Two cows, to b* fresh in January. Phone 190 < Lynden. Henry Bierlink. 10-2 6-tI-o MANGELS for sale, delivered. A. McDaniel, phone ITU. JW™; den. - U-le-H FOR SALE —A good 100-acre grain and dairy farm, six miles from Mount Vernon; a splendid chance, inquire A. <*• Lawson. Blanchard. Wn., OT Wm. Gustafson, Mount Ver non, Wn.. R. D. 11-16-3 WANTED TO Bl'Y—Some Young Phone 2413. Lynden. V, " Guernsey heifers, Phone MIS. U«IS-St-_ YOrTBO NOT HAVE TO SEND your battery to Bellingham. We repair and charge batteries. Lynden Motor Co. YOUVO SIRE FOR SALE from cow giving Ml » »» •JEkV, Will reach the «°» ™ a J* * end of year. Comes from Jersey be?d beaded by Kolanders' Em lneat (dam's record 8»6 It) m year ) B. C. Crabtree. Lynden. year.; *»• ■» 11-KJ-tf-o IfSSS Shingles, Stab. Doors, In- H«u«e Sup- SSL Western Woodworking 45c kind 30c PER POUND 30c PER POUND Phone 20 Lynden FOR SALE—7 ft. Simonds Cross cut saw, i Royal Chinook fal ling saw, 2 4-pound falling axes. 1 Raker gauge. 1 setting block, 1 Plumb's wedging hammer. 1 tooth gauge, used only weeks. Inquire Jager and Breen. Lynden. 11-16-tf RIG BARGAIN—a modern house, 6 rooms, kitchen, dining room, from room. ;s bodrooma and Lath, garage or chicken house Only $i7oo. Some cash, balance easy terms. Apply Tribune of- 11-16-2 [ FRESH VEGETABLES—the best assortment at Jager & Breen 11-16-1 FOR SALE —hand-picked apple-, some lor lc tb and some for ViC lb. A. M. Van Raalte, Everson R. 3, % mile south of Timon School, 11-16-1-0 N'OTlCE—why not bring your suits and overcoats to the Lyn den Cleaners—A 1 press, re pair, and relive. Ladies work a specialty. 11-16-tf-o l"OH SALE —five young Guernsey heifers, coming fresh in .spring. Phone 4808 Lynden. "J. Pilon. 11-16-11" BUY YOUR BABY CHICKS from the White Hatchery, member of the Sonoma County Farm Bu reau Accredited Hatcheries. All flocks approved by the Farm Bureau Inspector. We handle accredited "A" grade chicks, and "AA" grade for the poultryman who wants some thing better. Write us at once for information, prices, etc. WHITE HATCHERY. PETA LUMA, CALIF., *to 7-1-23 ANTED — an opportunity to show you how promptly and courteously we serve our cus tomers. Jager and Breen. 11-1 G-lt- WANTED —Buyers of first class wood. Price per rick, secoud growth $2.00; maple & birch $2.50. t'ordwood cutters want ed. A. MeDauiel, phone 1711. Lynden. 4-i-tf-o FOR SALE. RENT. TRADE — 200-A. Dairy ranch. Elton Webb. New Plymouth, Idaho. 11-16-3-* •T)R SALE —Jumbo heater, pipe. 110.00; sheet iron heater, pipe 18.00. Good condition, lino Grover St. 11-9- • WOOD & COAL —Bellingham and Wellington coal and mill wood. Leave orders at Taylor and Cruikshank. Real Estate Office. Phone res. R743, office Roll E. L. Bartlett. - 8-17-,10 TWO HIGH GRADE HOLBTMIN cows for sale, fresh in 10 days. Phone 6002, Lynden. 11-10-3t» SALE —fi-room house; 2 chicken houses; 10 lots, all cleared; fine land; very cheap for cash. One-half down. See owner at once. 2927 Main St.. Silver Beach. 1 block from end of car line. 11-9-3t-» FOUND —License plate. Inquire Tribune. 11-9-1* FOR SALE —Serviceable bulls, sons of Lily's King of Pleasant Acres, one of the best bred Guernsey bulls in the North west. Vander Griend Bros., phone 5308, Lynden. 11-9-2t-» •ON ACCOUNT OF OLD AGE wish to retirr. Will sell at once. 120 acres rich grain and fruit land near Walla Walla; in one field or will divide. Will grow 4 0 bu. wheat, alfalfa or fruit without irrigation. Address owner, Box 561, Walla Walla, Wn. 11-2-Ct-* FIRST CLASS pure-bred Jersey Bulls for sale—or will trade for Dairy Association bonds, or liberty boads. B. C. Crabtree. phone 2013 Lynden. 3-8-tf-o ALLEN'S ROCKS & LEGHORNS WIN. Lay and pay. Write your wants. D. W. Allen. La Conner. Wash. 10-19-6t* THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1522 LY.VDEN STORE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY ATTRACTS NOTICE The birthday party of the Lyn den Department Store this mouth 'attracted state-wide notice. The Snohomish Tribune made the following editorial comment this week: Last week the Lynden Depart ment Store, of Lynden. Wash., iin celebration of the 25th anni versary of Its foundation, gave a banquet to which every person in jthe community was invited, and 'actually served some four thou sand persons in the course of the ; day. That was a birthday feast with a vengeance. Incidentally, it has made the people of that community feel even more than ever that that store belongs to them. The creation of such a feeling will be worth many addi tional thousands of dollars to the owners of the store. But what it will be worth to the town is even more difficult of estimation, for it will be a marvelous boost to the "Trade At Home" move ment.—From The Snohomish Tri bune. Phone M 29 for wet wash laundry service Mondays and Thurs days. 11-161 For sale — MTyTag po*. F washer; Aladdin mantel lamp. Lien Hendricks, phone Lynd n iMi, u-t-st* BARGAIN Summer Kates—Seat tle Star $3.50. Subscribe at Tribune office. FOR SALE—I team of horses and harness cheap. Cows, heif ers, 1 registered Guernsey! bull, turkeys, spud:; and <iil»- hage. County Farm, pi. one 3423W3, C. C. King. Sapt. 1 0-1 it-t f- 0 * WANTED: 100 buyers for MayUg electric washing machines, be fore Jan. t. I'riees have ad vanced, but we will contfuuo to sell at the old tune Until Jan. 1. Phone Mi'T. Lyndon Implement Co. 11-10-if FOR SALE fresh heifer. Phone Mot Lynden. 11-16-1-j FOR BALE— cheap, , *vo r,a -. lamps, with hollow wire and air pleasure tank. Phone 1919 Lynden, ii 16-21 For kh.nt my s™*ai re rai h half-mile north of Ewrson Good patch of kale on It, ii. Bi Treltchel. n-i6-"t-o for sale—lß-mos. old grade Holstein bull, price $30. 11 J. Kok, phone 5408 Lynd n, # 11-10-31-* STOCK OR DAIRY FARMS for sale: large farm will be divid ed, acreage to suit buyer. Riv er bottom land with tome Ir rigated lands. Good climate, good schools, good road.-.; Dear town. Write Riste Bros., Or- ovllle, Wash, n-i', :;i- « FOR SALE —Well bred Guernsey bull; gentle to handle. Olaf Johnson, R2, Everson. 11-2-3t* BRING IN your live poultry. We pay the highest market price. Western Mercantile Company. 5-11-tf- o COME AND SEE us if you wish to borrow money on real es tate. Brisbin, Smith & Livesey 1312 Dock St., Bellingham, Phone 412. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING — Cast Iron. Malleable Iron, Soft Steel, Tool Steel, Brass. Lynden Welding & Manufacturing Co.. 3rd & Front St.. Lynden. 1-ltfo LOOK for the yellow pump with the word Shell painted on it. when needing gasoline.lt starts easy and gives you moia miles to the gallon than any other For sale by Lynden Service Station, C. E. Whited & Son, Props. 7-13-tf-o E. J. BOOTH, Taxidermist and furrier. 1115 Dupont St. phone 220s Bellingham. Phjrsidaa and Surgeon A. Macrae Smith. Bellingham Nat Bank Bldg. Phone 307, Bel. FLIDRI3NCE~I7~ HOAG7 "Optome trist. 1220 High St.. Phone | 2257 Bellingham, Wash. Dr. Darst Drugless Physician. Chiropractor, food specialist. Lady attendants 203-204-205-206-207 Exchange Bldg. Eellingham. Phone 342, Bellingham Of'ice Phone 1260 Residence 25S OR, S. 11. BOYNTON Physician and Surgeon X-Ray Laboratory, r. 14-517 B'hara NatT. Bk. Bldg. BELLINGHAM, WASH. ALLEN CAMPBELL. Loans. In surance. Notary Public. 1314 Dock St. Phone 366, Belling ham. FOR SALE OR TRADE Miller & Peters 15 Prospect St. Phone 222 Bellingham DR. TEEL Specialist Diseases of Children 512 Belllnglinm Nat. Bank Bldg. Bellingham, Wash. the tribune takes l lie sealllc papers subscriptions for the herald and all magazines at special bargain rates NEWS OF LYNDEN Dingeman Bajema, - who has : been employed at a logging camp, returned home Saturday and has entered the Lynden high school. H. Elenbaas made a business trip to Seattle this week. Mrs. P. Den Adel and daugh ter, Gladys, visited this- week with Lavina Den Adel in Seattle.. Minnie. Lena, Helen an.l Lucy Haveman, entered the Northwood school Wednesday. Miss Edna Marshal entertained Wednesday evening at a farewell ; party. The evening was spent I in p'.aving games, and a delight (ml luncheon was served. Those Ship's Company Offers Thanks * After Rescue at Sea * * CHAPLAIN F J QUINN of the United States transport Thomas Is pictured here leadir.g the company, paasensers and crew of the Pa cine Ocean liner City of Honolulu, burned at sea. in a service of thanks for their rescue. Those on board the City of Honolulu were taken off by the West Faralon. which, lacking accommodations for so many, transferred them to the Thomas. Below is shown the burning ship $25.00 In Cash Prizes Given Away! son, Lynden, No. 17. And now that so many cows are coming fresh at this time, NOW is the time to install that De Laval Milker. Two more De Laval Milker owners just added to the list: Ernest C. Nolte, of Ev erson, and Clyde W. Larson of Ferndale. The De Laval milks the cows clean, it milks cows as they should be milked. The De Laval Milker saves time, gets more milk, and makes money for the owner. TRICES WAY DOWN Lynden Implement Company PHONE M 97 The candidates —Messrs. Pix ley, Zylstra, Boerhave, Waples, Van Leeuwen and Worthen, are apparently forgetting that the election is only fifteen days off. Go to it, boys—let's have one or present were Misses Florence. Bix by, Miriam Bixby, Eva Norris, j Johanna Haveman, Leota and Le-; ona White, Edna Marshall and Eva Marshall, and Messrs. Tom ' Young, Leonard Gorsemau, Dale Henry, Ed Hoffman, Pete Hoff man, Gordon Serrurier, and Fay Watkinson. TRIBUNE WANT ADS COST OXLY 25c. TRY THEM. To the owner of the oldest De Laval Separator still in use in this state the De Laval Separator Company will give ?25.00. Sim ply write us, giving the date you purchased the separator, size, serial number (found on bowl or bowl frame) and a statement re garding the service received from it. Don't fail to enter this con test and compete for this prize. If you have no Separator or some inferior machine enter the contest for larger profits by installing a new De Laval Separator NOW. Three more De Lavals were installed recently: C. Voskamp, Custer, No. 17; Ernest C. Nolte, Everson, No. 17: and Arthur Sv.cn- The list is rapidly increasing. WHO'S NEXT? Sooner or later you will use a De Laval Milker and Cream Separator BtaßeMoM Watering Bowfal — Litter Carriers — Manure Spreader*. — Engines Tumps and Water Systems — Maytag Wftafetag Machines EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS Buy Your Farm Machinery from Hie SAVE the Difference two good rousing rallies, and a little campaign literature. The big fun at the Fair meet ing this week was the voting of proxies. Each proxy had to have a 10c revenue stamp on it, and money was flowing like glue. D. J. Zylstra,, Harvey Slade, F. L. Bostwick. W. H. Waples, A. H. Frasier and a few others had a few proxies each, while Se< retary C. B. Bay had a whole armful—thirty-two of them, to be exact. So that although the rest of the citizenry did m lot of talking, If you are particular as to qual ity, phone Jager & Breen. They sell the best. Service is our middle nam* . Jager and Breen PAGE MINI Bay was the Big Noise of the meeting. What do you know about mod ern world history? The Gimlet wants to test your knowledge, and it offers a free buggy ride behind any of the racers at the George Abbott Livery Stable, to the one who brings in the names of the group of noted men shown in the accompanying photograph. We may hint so that you won't get off entirely wrong that the boy in the lower right hand cor ner with the hair that has turned flesh-color, isn't Doctor Mun yon, or one of the Seven Suth erland Sisters. Look them over— LYNDEN, WASH.