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Miss Ruth Stuurman visited Eve
lyn Willey Sunday afternoon.
Master Vim Sargent has been on
the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alien visited in
Bellingham Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kohler and
family called at the Root and Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Botts and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willey of
Custer spent Sunday at Geo. Willeys.
Mrs. Van Sargent was sick last
week with the flu.
Mr. Van Sargent attended the Ma
son's Banquet at Friday Harbor, Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Kohler, Ruth and
Earl Thompson and Richard Kohler
spent Sunday evening at the Willey
Dr. and Mrs. Hendrickson of Bur
lington, were guests of C. A. Kohler
Mrs. E. N. Hutchinson spent Mon
day in Blame.
Mrs. P. J. Jeffcott is'sick.
Mrs. E. N. Hutchinson was called
to Buffalo corners Thursday, as her
father, A. Simons, took a relapse, but
at this writing he is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knittel and
children visited Mrs. Knittel's father
and brother, Mr. Moritz Kadiera and
Mr. Fred Kadiera of Lynden, Sun
Mr. August Stierlen and daughter
Helen and Alene Russel visited Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Knittel, Wednesday
Greenwood defeated North wood 12
to 6 in baseball Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Weir and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Christianson o£
Anscortes, and Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
W r eir and son visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Creviston, Mrs. Underwood
and Mrs. Jacobson motored to Bell
Mr. and Mrs. John Otter and fam
ily picnicked at Clipper, Sunday.
Helen Marchant was the guest of
her grandmother, Mrs. A. E. Mar
chant, Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marchant and
daughter Helen and Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Marchaanl visited Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Day of Sunshine, Sunday.
Alfred Krtittel spent Sunday in
Grandma Strong passed away
Tuesday morning. The funeral ser
vices are to be held at the Congrega
tional church, at 2:30 p. m., Thurs
day at Bellingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Der Hock
and children visited Mrs. Harry Ham
Mr. and Mrs. John Weir and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Christianson of
Anacortes visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Herbert Crabtree spent a few days
at his home at Hihckley's.
Mr. and Mis. J. Taylor and fam
ily autoed to Sedro Wooley, Sunday.
Mrs. Taylor remained to visit rela
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider from
Bellingham and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Snider of Seattle, were the supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bay Snider,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snider and fam
ily and Mr. Hay Snider's father and
mother, attended the funeral of Mrs.
Mock of Laurel.
The next Lakeside L. T. L. will be
held at Mrs. Higginson's home Sat
The Lakeside W. C. T. U. meeting
Ruth is gone. While classmate, friend and teacher gathered
for commencement at her school, her soul was almost ready for
the final passage home. She had hut closed her books of study
when she heard the rustle of the angel's wing. Young, active, hop
ing, her life ambitions fresh before her; no disappointments had
yet marred life's view. The active flame had brightly nickered
for a moment in life's dull day and then was gone. She passed
from us as the morning shadows were still approaching noon.
The Master picked a flower while its petals were still moist with
morning dew. And we behold the withered stems and fall to un
derstand. We look across the grave into the misty distance, with
tear dimmed eyes, but see no clue. We gaze into the inky dark
ness of the great Beyond, but only clpuds of doubt and fear per
vade the mysterious gloom.
But as we think of her as she was amongst us, bright, and
happy, smiling, dear; for friend or acquaintance a "good morn
ning," for every one she met a smile of cheer; In class and home,
for Red Cross or Sunday School, or wherever asked to be of ser
vice-to her fellowmen; in doing good for others always happy; as
we think of all her youthful virtues, the sunshine and the glad
ness with which she smiled on life's day; as we remember the fine
spirit with which she ennobled task or play,—then the clouds
disperse, and we see once more, with eyes undimmed and view
unmarretl, the rosy dawn of an eternal day. Hope sees the light
as darkness fades away. The Master plucked a beauteous, full
blooming flower for His Garden. Before the stress and strife of
life should mar its beauty, He placed it in his Paradise.
tvrtß held Wednesday at the home of
Memorial exercises were held at
the Lake Hide cemetery. Many people
were present. Mrs. Higginsou con
ducted the program.
Prayer by Rev. Edgar Downing.
Recitation, "Should We Forget,"
"The Blue and the Gray," Amie
Song, "Battle Hymn of the Repub
Reading, "Incidents of the War,"
by Helen Jacobson.
"Captain, My Captain!" Anna
"Cover Them Over With Beauti
ful Flowers," by Ethel Ehlers.
Scattering Flowers on Soldier's
Red White and Blue.
Address by Mr. Albert Booman, of
" Song, "Star Spangled Banner."
Benediction by Rev. Edgar Down
The Willing Workers will meet
nex week with Mrs. M. O'Brien.
After having been ill and hurt by
a cow Frank Heathers passed away
at the Sumas hospital last Monday
I Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Brown spent
: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Rid
Ralph Thomas and Roy Raymond
'have gone to Mt. Vernon to work in
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Saltzgaber and
daughter Edna of Bellingham, and
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Young and son
Percy of Lynden, were Sunday even
ing visitors at the E. A. Knittel res
Mrs. C. N. Anderson and son Lyle
went to Bellingham last Saturday to
Helen Marchant visited Aunt Olive
Pangborn of Lynden Saturday.
COUNTER FOR CARD GAMES
Easy to Make From Materials Which
Will Generally Be Found Around
A counter for card games and the
like ran be made from a few strips
of stiff paper. Cut as many strips,
•bout three-eighths Inches wide, as
there are players. Cut a strip about
one Inch or wider —and rows of slits
The Counter Complete.
through which the narrow strips enn
be passed. The narrow strips are wov
en through the slits as shown, and
the requisite numbers marked <>n them.
The numbers show in succession as
the strips are pulled through the re
spective slits—Howard Greene In
Popular Science Monthly.
POULTRYMEN —We can save yeu
money on Poultry magazines. S'ib
scribe at the Tribune office. Thd
Pacific Poultr. nr.n, 16c a *cnr --
regular price '. ~c
•THE LYNDBM TRIUUNB, LtNDttN. WASH., THVttSOATi JUNE l.U'ii
. —It. B. L.
Lynden Department Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothea
By all means if you wear gray,
don't overlook the "extra wear for
the money" in this Clothcraft Special.
For this one its wearers return
again and again for "That Good Old
Clothcraft Serge." Join their num- .
ber and save many dollars in your
That Good Old Clothcraft Serge
Clothcraft Serges are a combination of worsted yarns, woven in the simplest and strongest kind
of a weave. To the natural fiber strength is added a series of compressions on the woolen cloth that increas
es its compactness, solidity and wearing quality. It just has to wear. You will never be satisfied until you
are groomed in A GOOD OLD FASHIONED CLOTHCRAFT SERGE. Your money back if not sat
isfied. What more can we do? •
PLAIN COLOR DRESS
Extra fine quality suitable for house dresses
and aprons. Colors are blue, lavender, green,
tan and pink. Specially priced at
10c PER YARD
FANCY CREPE PLISSE
We have a nice assortment of colors and
patterns in this popular fabric. Why, it makes
the finest kind of underwear and gowns.
Fancy Colors 35c yard
Plain colors 35c yard
FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS
Short ends of Fancy Dress Ginghams in
check and plaids, most all colors and only
15c a YARD
WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Ladies' White Wash Skirts in Pique, Whip
Cord and Mercerized Pau de Souie, well made
and nicely trimmed. Priced from
$3.00 to $4.25
LADIES' SILK HOSE
Ladies' Black Silk Hose, "Cross Stick Top
Stops the runs." We have them only
91.00 per PAIR
Extra quality, full 3G-in. and fast color
percales. Specially priced at
It has been a long time since you have been
able to buy Galatea at the price we ask —
32-in. ROMPER CLOTH
Make the little kiddies light weight suits
for the hot weather wear and camping.
Specially priced at
POLLY PRIM APRONS
Just right! You will enjoy "wearing these
handy slip-ons and priced so low —
2 Aprons for #1.25
SIX BIG SPECIALS IN OUR
Girls' Patent Lace Shoes, 8 % to 11%
specially priced $1.95
Girls' Gunmetal Lace Shoes, 8% to 11%
specially priced $1.05
Girl's Black Kid Lace Shoes, 8% to 11%,
specially priced $1.95
Girl's Black Kid Button Shoes, 8 % to 11 %
specially priced $1.95
One lot of Girls' and Misses' Barefoot San
dals, sizes 8% to 11%, special $1.25
Men's Brown Blucher Work Shoes, Army
last, special $3.45
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
IN THE GRO<"ERY DEPARTMENT
Gold Shield Coffee, lib can 45c
Gold Shield Coffee, 31b can 91.25
Bulk Tea, Japan, lib 40c
Booth's Sardine, Tomato Sauce of Mustard. .20c
lb sack Rolled Oats s«c
Germea 20c pkg.
It will cost you less because it
will wear longer. You will be pleased
with this suit when you slip the coat
on before the mirror.
No question about long wear, is
there? It is made in a variety of
models, one which is certain to please
you. You-are going to be surprised
that you get such a serviceable suit at
BATHING SUITS AND CAPS
We have a nice assortment of Ladies, Men's
and Children's bathing suits and caps. The
swimming season is with us, so don't delay that
refreshing dip. Your suit is here —
Children's from 65c to $1.25
Men's from $1.25 to $5.00
Ladies' from $1.50 to $5.00
Bathing caps from 25c to $1.00
MEN'S IRON CLAD WORK SOX
Colors are Black, Brown and fast. You
will go a long way to match this value.
AT 25c v PAIR
MEN'S BLUE CHAMBRAY
Made of good quality Chambray and well
made. These are a regular find.
Specially priced 05c each
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Separate garment, light weight underwear
for summer wear. Priced at
«Oc a GARMENT
Light weight Ecru Union Suits, short
sleeves and ankle length. Men, you'll like these.
91.75 a GARMENT
B. V. D. style, made of good quality dimi
ty and nice and cool.
fI.OO and «1.25 GARMENT
2 for $1.25