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Orescent Mercantile Co.,inc.
Where Courtesy and Low Prices Tell Successors to the Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing Departments of the Farmers Mercantile Co. Phone Main 8 HAVE YOU SEEN OUR BIG ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS? I Every imaginable kind — some with stationary or moving eyes; black, blonde, or fcwn hair; kid or cloth bodies; some full jointed; some half jointed. Surely the kind lv want is here, and it is to your advantage to buy here for you know the way we sell irchandise will save you money. Priced the Crescent way at from 25c to $7.00 each. fewing or Embroidery Cases $4.00 and $5.00 IVORY CLOCKS at $4.00 VANITY BOXES at $2.00 to $11.00 STRING BEADS at 10c to $5.00 the String A NICE BARRETT 25c to $2.00 each MANICURE SETS $1.00 to $6.00 each ETER PAN FOUNTAIN PENS with Bead Chains $1.50 each IVORY MIRRORS $2.50 to $7.00 each ALWAYS SHARP GOLD PENCILS with Chains $125 each OVERALLS $1.10 , AM> m A HEAVY 51.10 DHLTA ft SUNSHINE | htON BALDWIN" ELECTED hoOL DIRECTOR AT DELTA Myron Baldwin was elected di :tor of the Delta school for a ree year term, succeeding Her in Vander Mey. Mr. and Mrs. John Bovendam d family of Booths Corners ent Thursday evening with Mr. d Mrs. Harry Holtrop. Mr. Charles Packard of Seat ELECTRIFY! THE SOLID COMFORT OF A FIREPLACE AT 4c AN HOUR Lynden Saleroom open from Bto 6. Phone Main 35 PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Seattfc Tacoma Everett Bellingham tie spent last week in this com munity renewing old acquain tances. Miss Kate Pugh and Mrs. C. B. Bay attended the teachers in stitute in Bellingham last week. Both schools were closed last week. The Misses Allie Vander Mey and Thelma Helgath of Belling ham spent the Thanksgiving hol idays with their parents. Word was received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Abon Johnson, of Kendall. The Messrs Ted Clark and The easy chair, old house slippers, a good smoke, and a glowing electric heater at your feet—that's solid comfort! This movable fireplace warms the bath room on chilly mornings, and when the fur nace fire is banked for night, the red coil of heat will radiate warmth and comfort be fore bed-time. Only four cents per hour! Pretty cheap heat for pretty good comfort. After all, little electrical appliances add a lot to the comforts of homerand they cost so little to buy and use. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922 TOILET WATER at 50c the Bottle IVOi.V HAIR BRUSHES *150 to $4.00 each EAR RINGS 25c to $3.00 the Set BAR PINS at 10c to $2.00 each BEAUTY PINS at 10c to 50c each Ole Hagen of Everett, spent last week with their friend Clyde Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson entertained very delightfully last Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. Levi Axlund and children, of Lynden. Mr. P. O. Berthuson certain ly reached the climax of misfor tune last week when the third one of his valuable horses died. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly en tertained very delightfully last Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackman. Louise and Orel Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Alva GICT SELECTIONS BOBBY PINS AND COMBS We had in mind when purchasing our Holiday merchandise, to buy presents that were useful and that people could afford to buy; and not frail, useless gifts that are so common at Xmas time. Below you will find listed the things that your friends will certainly ap preciate and that are different: 15c to $1.00 each PEARL BEADS at $2.00 to $6.00 each BILLY BURKE BAGS at only $4.50 each DRESS CAPS AT $1.00 to $3.00 each DRESS BELTS AT 50c to $1.50 each WORK SHIRTS, 63c v sr££rr. Tc™ E IN T ONLY 63c ■ Kelly of Lynden, Ted Clark, Ole Hagen of Everett, and Lewis Young of Lynden. Miss Thelma Helgath spent the week end at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. P. Berger, of Sunrise. ' Mrs. P. O. Berthuson who was j acting as bailiff on last month's i jury spent last Sunday at her j home. She had as her guests | Mr. and Mrs. Loomis Baldrey and j sons, and Judge Brown of Bell ingham. j Mr. and Mrs. John Holtrop ! spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander Mey. I Mr. A. G. Westlund has pur chased a new Ford touring car. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelms and family spent last Thursday with | Mr. and Mrs. M. Van Merßber i gen. I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander i Yacht and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Ar- I dema of Glendale for Thauks ■ giving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. Krohn enter tained with a lovely dinner on i Thanksgiving Day for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kellar and family, I Mrs. G. Rosenau and Mr. Charles ' Rcsenau. Miss Allie Vander Mey spent ! last week end with her brother I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Vander Mey. Mr. and Mrs. John Rutgers. ; Clara and Herminah Rutgers i spent last Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelms. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson and i Miss Mabel Ericson autoed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Olson at Lawrence, on Thuisdaj; ! and enjoyed a Thanksgiving din -1 ncr with them. Guests at the home of Mrs. J. ! F. Froberg Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. Markstrom. Miss Kate Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. West lund. Miss Kate Pugh spent the ' Thanksgiving holidays with rel , atives and friends at Seattle and Bremerton. She returned Sun day, accompanied by her mother who will visit here and also at 1 Booth's Corner. Those having perfect attend ance during the past month at the Delta school are: Inez and Ben Norris. Neva, Howard and Orilla Bollen, Mildred Anderson, Laverne Axlund, Hilmer Axling. ' Charles and Reuben Vander Yacht, Ervin Weidkamp. Hu bert Nelson. Mrs. Mary Gutknecht. Miss Julia Gutknecht. Mrs. Krohn and ; Mr. and Mrs. H. Keller spent Friday at the home of Mrs. G. ' Rosenau. Mr. and Mrs. J. Haan and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander Mey were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hiemstra, of Lynden, on Friday. KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS—Lyndet: Lodge, No. 13? meets every Monday evening at L 0. O. F. hall. All Knights cordially invit ed. W. Q. Hemmingway, K.R.B i CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR ALL GIRDLES IN BRONZE OR BEADS at 75c to $2.50 HAIR ORNAMENTS at 10c to $3.00 each SHAVING SETS at $1.50 to $4.50 each CUFF BUTTON SETS at 25c to $2.00 each The 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet 5-Passenger Sedan In 1922 Chevrolet led the world in closed car sales, chiefly because ot the Sedan. This new Fisher Body Sedan is completely eclipsing its pre decessor because: QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and added equipment. ECONOMY has been still further increased by engineering refinements and greatly increased facilities. SERVICE is now offered on a flat rate basis by 10,000 dealers and service stations. PRICES of the new line remain the same in spite of added equipment and more expensive construction, which have greatly increased value. Some Distinctive Features Streamline body design with high hood; vacuum feed and rear gasoline tank on all models; drum type head lamps with legal lenses. Curtains open with doors of open models. Closed models have plate glass Temstedt regulated windows, straight side cord tires, sun visor, windshield wiper and dash light. The Sedanette is equipped with auto trunk on rear. Lynden Motor Company INCORPORATED See these remarkable cars. Study the specifications Nothing Compares With Chevrolet AUTO GLOVES AT $2.50 to $5.00 Pair VEST POCKET KNIVES with Chains at $1.50 each KUM-A-PART LINKS at 50c to $1.00 Pair SILK SHIRTS AT $4.00 to $6.00 each SILK TIES AT 50c to $1.50 each SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN at $1.00 to $3.50 a pair SILK SOX FOR MEN 75c, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.25 pr. DRESS GLOVES AT $2.00 to $5.00 the pair A NICE SWEATER at from $2.50 to $15.00 each $1065 F. O. B. Lynden PAGE NINE