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WASH YOUR BLMKETS NOW
before you put them away for the season. This is
only one way in which an Electric Washing Ma
chine will be of service to you throughout the year,
AN ELECTRIC WASHER
will bring freedom from the ever-present laun
dress problem. It enables you to do the washing
yourself and the only work required on your part
is to place the soiled pieces in the cylinder and to
remove them, a few minutes later, sweet and
PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT CO.
for Men and Young Men
Buy It In Whatcom County^
J. W. GARLICK
217 W. Holly, Bellingham, Wa.h.
Geo. S. Gray Piano Co.
HIGHEST GRADE PIANOS
1329 Commercial Street Phone 576
Our Salesmen Will Call on You
Grand Union Tea Co.
1319 Commercial Street
Perfecto 2-Speed Axle lor Fords
Westinghouse Storage Battery Service Station
Q 1 IN BY & S0 N
Opposite Post Office, - - - Bolllnflham
THE AUTO TOP CO.
FINE TOPS A SPECIALTY
Top.. Curtain., Cushion, and Seat Cover.
112-14 GRAND AYE., BELLINGHAM
Bl'ick & White Cleaners
Ladies' and Gents' Hats Cleaned andl Blocked
i;-03 RAILROAD AYE.. BELLINGHAM
Success Business School
Large Ft and Best Eoulpned Business School in
B Mingham — Prepares for B*st Position.
SECOND FLOOR EXCHANGE BLDG.
The itate Fi.ildirg& LoanAss'n
GUY HUDGINS, Vice President
1323 Dock Street Phone 63Q
WHITE ROTARY SEWING MACHINES
C. O. THOMAS
Special Barnain. In Used Machines
133fr" DOCK STREET
General Hauling — Pianos and Furniture Moved,
Packed and Stored — We Feature Long Dia
tanco Hauling — Fireproof Storage
PHONE cZ 1310 COMMERCIAL ST.
Bel ingham Auto Spring Shop
Sprinos M?de and Repaired — All Make. Car
ried In stock —Truck Springs a Specialty
1600 Elk-CURTIN I FRASER Phone 2762
Haie-Morton Taxi Co.
Phone 912 or lfo7 , 1217 Dock. Street
We Go Anywhere In County. Day or Night
Means Safe, Profitable I MMtrfaMM*
208 AlMfca Bldg.. Bellingham
YOU HELP YOURSELF WHEN YOU HELP
THAT'S WHY IT PAYS TO BUY WHATCOM
COUNTY PRODUCTS, AND TO PATRONIZE
BE A WHATCOM COUNTY BOOSTER!
THE MUSIC SHOP
Band and Orchestral Instrument! and Acces
sories— Violins Repelred
1300 COMMERCIAL ST., BELLINGHAM
EX IDE BATTERY SERVICE
1217 Commercial St., Bellingham Phona 114
E. A. HALL
Band Sawing. Cabinet Work, Saw. Filed,
BASEMENT NO. 17 PROSPECT
Pacific Highway Cigars
OTHERS IN YOUR OWN COUNTY.
WHATCOM COUNTY STORES.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LVtfDEN, WaSH., THURSDAY. JUNE 2, 1821
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Rev. Charles Baker delivered the
Memorial Address at the Baptist
Church last Sunday.
A son was born Friday to Mr. and
Mrs. Elzie Tremain.
Some of the members of the Lyn
!den B. V. P. U. motored to Ferndale
1 Monday to attend a session of the
;Whatcom County B. Y. P. U. The
next meeting will be held in Lynden
i Labor Day.
Lynden service men are Invited to
'a picnic of the American Legion of
i Whatcom County at Ferndale June
Improvements on the Baptist
Church, which is being enlarged and
| remodeled, are nearing completion.
One new feature iB a beautiful new
pulpit, the hand work of Rev. Charles
E. N. HUTCHINSON. Animal ef
ficiency engineer. Telephone 6003,
DR. B. V. MOUNTER
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Over Lynden State Bank
LYNDEN - - . WASHINGTON
DR. OTIS. N.FARLEY
Office over Tribune Office
BELLINGHAM HERALD OR AM.
ERICAN REVEILLE SUBSCRIP
TIONS are taken at the Tribune
office. Renew your paper here.
DR. F. L. WOOD
LYNDEN ... WASHINGTON
! No Medicine No Surgery
Woodward & Woodward
Graduates of the Palmer School
1 (the fountain head)of Chiropractic
' 302-5 Sunset Bldg., Bellingham
Spinal Analysis aud OonaultaUos)
Did you ever stop to consider
how much money you lost on your
last STOCK DEAL by not getting lb
OEKTEL BROS. BLAINE, WASH.
Phone 861 Blame
Commercial and Home Portrait Photography
Bellingham Nat'l Bank
Far Garden Petti. 1 lb. 30c. 2 Ibt. 500, 5 I be.
tI.OO. Phone 3097-J
229 ALASKA BLDG., BELLINGHAM
LYNDEN SCHOOL NEWS
Thirty-five pupils of the grade
school were neither absent nor tardy
during the whole yor.r. Their Demos
Miss Imus' Ist Grade— Bernice
Shoop, Charles Jobe, Evelyn Lar
Miss Straks' Ist grade: Douglas
Johnson, Robert Dean.
Miss Nesson's 2nd grade—Harry
Elder, Josephine Boice, Dorothy Le
Miss Johnston's 2nd grade: Ger
trude De Bruyn, Harrison Fountain.
Third Grade—Lester Le Compte,
Fourth Grade—Mary Sue Mock.
Johanna Nyhoff, Luther Palmer, Bil
ly Ran ton, Lewis Tharp.
Fifth Grade—Leora Jobe, Leslie
Arbnckle, Wallace MiClimans, Ev
|erett O'Urien. Courtney White, Bes
Sixth Grade—Emma Van Os, El
la Palmer, Ruth Sargent.
Seventh Grade— Donald Cruik
shank, Beatrice Johnson.
I Eighth Grade—Justine Cusin, Le
ota White, Johanna Sego-1, Irene
Schuyler, Francis WJpod.
The grade school hud an enrol
lment of 343 this year.
We feel very proud of the atten
dance this year, the lowest average
per cent for the year being 96 plus
in the two first grades. The sixth
grade had 9GV2T'ri and all the others
97 plus, the seventh being highest
with 97.8 plus per cent.
The seventh and eighth grades had
a very enjoyable picnic at Berthu
i BOB'S Park Friday.
Miss McLeod's third graders pre
sented her with a silver butter knife
1 The fifth and sixth grades had
their picnics at the creek. The low
er grades went to the fair grounds
for the day.
Miss Bromley was given a flower
shower Friday morning, and under
neath the flowers she found a silver
butter knife and sugar spoon, a fare
well gift from her pupils.
The eighth graders had a surprise
party for MiHs Wright Friday even
. EW YOUNG COWS & SIRES for
sale from Jersey herd hoaded by
Kolandors Eminent (dam's record
89S lbs. in year) and Oxford Ral
eigh Lad (dam's reaord 101 lbs. in
month.) B. C. Crabtroc. Lynden.
Phonograph Record Exchange
1213 DOCK ST.—PHONE 1007
You oan exchange your used phonograph records.
No money needed. Thousands to pick from.
All make, of record., half prloe.
Make Over Hat Shop
Will Solve Your Millinery Problem — Complete
Line of Spring Models/Also
323-24 EXCHANGE BLDG- BELLINGHAM
Thraa Hemitltohara, Three Operatora — Quick
Service, Work Guaranteed, at
BAILEY'S, 1224 DOCK STREET
HARTNELL RUG CO.
1246 ELK BTREET, BELLINGHAM
(Store Closed Saturdays)
W. A. GEORGE
Contractor In All Kindt of Roofing — Retort
Covering — Asbestos Material!
211 CHESTNUT, BELLINGHAM, WASH.
TAKE IHH FOR STOMACH TROUBLE
RELIEF IN TWO MINUTES
PAIGE & SNYDER
"TIRE INSURANCE "
Phone 20 1220 Elk St.. Bellingham. Wash
H. L. WELLMAN
JEWELER —WATCH EXPERT — ENGRAVEh
1249 Elk Street, Bellingham. Wash.
Longwood's Shoe Shop
1325 Dock Street
MODERN SHOE REPAIRING
L. A. WOODARD
No Medicine No Surgery No Osteopathy
302-3 Sunset Bldg., Bellingham, Washington
Flour, Feed, Seede, Poultry and Bee Supplies.
Fertilisers, Spray Materials
Bellingham Feed & Seed Co.
1325 RAILROAD AYE., BELLINGHAM, WASH
Gal. Oils, Aeceiioriea — Brunswick Tires
DAVE JOHNSON, Prop.
Prospect Street Bridge. Bellingham
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Guaranteed Materlali at Lowest Prlcel
Alao Contracting — Phone 247
Carlyle The Decorator
319 E. CHAMPION ST.. BELLINGHAM. WASH.
RALPH B. LE COCQ
Mondays Reserved for Court
Business in Bellingham
Wilson's Business College
"Always In the Lead "
Our $20 Specials
4 inch and 6 inch Kiln Dried Flooring, 6 to 18 feet.
Suitable for Chicken Houses and other out
6 inch Drop Siding, 6 to 18 feet
Suitable for Chicken Houses, Garages, etc.
OUR SHIPPING CRATES FOR CHICKENS
NOW $1.80 EACH
OUR SPECIAL STAR SHINGLES,
5 to 2, practically clear
$2.50 FOR 5 BUNDLES
BLOEDEL-DONOVAN LIMBER MILLS
C. K. SMITH, Local Manager
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF WASHINGTON IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY
j NOTICE OF PINAL HEARING, PE
TITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AM) AWARD OF PROPERTY TO
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
i OF WILLIAM F. DE JONGE, DE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Undersigned administratrix of the es
tate of William F. De Jonge. deceas
jod, has Bled her Final Report and Pe
tition for Distribution and Discharge
las such administratrix, and as sur
viving Wife of deceased has filed her
petition praying that certain proper
ty ot said estate be awarded to her
in lieu of all further homestead and
exemptions as provided by law, with
the clerk Ot the above named court;
that the court is asked to settle said
j final account and report, distribute
the estate to the persons entitled
thereto, after award to surviving
I Wife, and discharge said administra
trix, and that Monday the 27th day
lot June, 18JX, at 9:30 A. M. at the
i court house in the city of Belling-'
iliam. Whatcom County, Washington,
| lias been fixed by the court as the
j'time and place for hearing the same,
when any persons interested in said
I estate can present or file exceptions
and contest the same.
Dated this 2Gth day of May, Kill,
ANNA DE JONGE,
Administratrix of the Es
tate and surviving wife
of William F. De Jonge,
First publication June 2, 1921.
j Last publication June 23, 1921.
it. B. LE COCQ,
Attorney for Administratrix.
(NIGHTS OK PYTHIAS— LyndeD
Lodge, No. 137 meet, every Mon
day evening at the 1. O. O. F. ball
All Knights are cordially Invited
to attend. G. M. WAPLES, C. C
v\\ G. HEM MING WAY, K. R. & 8
Same Good Terms
"There's More Real Satisfaction"
says the Good Judge /
"W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
11 IN JUSTICE COURT
FRANK LE COCQ, JUSTICE
! STATE OF WASHINGTON.
I COUNTY OF WHATCOM, s?.
To: C. A. RUSSELL, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Wash
ington, you are hereby notified that
A. J. Brown has filed a complaint
against you in said court, which will
I come up to be heard at my office in
Lynden, Whatcom County, Washing
ton, on the 11th day of June, 1921,
at 9:30 A. M. and unless you appear
and then and there answer, the same
will be taken as confessed, and the
demand of the plaintiff granted. The
object and demand of said complaint
is to secure judgment against you
for the Huni of $98.00 for goods,
iwarea and merchandise sold and dH
livered to you.
j Complaint filed May 10th, I*ll.
Writ of garnishment issued May
10, 1921, against Shadybrook Lum
FRANK LE COC«,
Justice of the Peace,
Lynden Precinct. What
com County, Wash.
Published May 12, 19, 26, and
June 2 and 9, 1921.
R. B. LE COCQ,
;Attorney for Plaintiff,
* OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING—
Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, Sokf Steel,
Tool Steel, Brass. Lynden Welding
& Manufacturing Company, 3rd and
front St., Lyudeu. 1-1-tf-o
DR. VAN KIRK., Specialist in dis
eases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and
THROAT. Glasses accurately fit
ted. Bellingham National Bank
Building, B'f'.Ur.phara. tf-o
137 W. Holly, Bellingham
In a little of the Real To
bacco Chew, than you evei
got out of the ordinary kind.
The good rich taste lasts so
long you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often—that's
why it costs you less to chew
this class of tobacco.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put ut> in two styles
The Store of Quality
Phone 0008 Lynden