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THE UNIVERSAL CAB Remember that when you bring your Ford car to us for mechanical .attention that you get the genuine Ford service — materials, experienc ed workmen and Ford factory prices. Your Ford is too useful, too valuable to take chances with poor mechanics, with equally poor quality materials. Bring it to us and save both time and money. We are authorized Ford deal ers, trusted by the Ford Motor Com pany to look after the wants of Ford owners — that's the assurance we of fer. We are getting a few Ford cars and first come first to receive de livery. G. W. ROBERTSON Authorized Dealer for Delta, Lynden, Nooksack & Columbia Townships 11l l»H WANTED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that li ! t!s are wanted for the painting of the buildings of N'orlhwood School District 42. All bids must be In by May 23. Specifications may be seen at the office of the clerk of tho board. The board reserve* the light to re ject any or all bids. By order of the School Heard. F. M, BLOOM, Clerk; f.-8-llt- o : MISS ALUANA GILES Violin and Piano Teacher (Pupil of John M. Spargur, Seattle, Conductor of Symphony Orchestra) Studio — Home of Mrs. 11. H. Jam ieson, Plumo X 033, Saturdays. There are a million of our boys still "over there" —there to stick it out to the finish. And how about us? Remember we are their partners in the big contract —that we have given our promise—one that will not be fulfilled until we have paid our bills. If the Victory Liberty Loan fails, so will we in our promise! Buy to your full limit of cash and installments —and don't delay. STANDARD OIL, COMPANY (California) WANTED—Tire manufacturer wants local representative in best com munities in the West. Double profit to appointed agents. '•Informat ion," :'.:J2 Central lluilding, Seattle G-8-4t- o PLAYER PIANO TO TRADE — for potatoes or Ilvcsto k. I have a fine $850 player piano with 30 rolls oC music that I will trade for livestock cr good highland white potatoes, or any other farm prod ucts, or will sell for cash at a bar gain price, or on your o«% terms if desired. This is a beautiful in strument; !t can be used as a reg ular piano by throwing off in a ■econd the player-piano adjust ment ment. Player can be seen hero. George Seovlll, Phone Lyn den R422. l-23-tf-0 Victory Liberty Loan Committee This space contributed by THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASH. THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1919 Mrs. P. K. Pepper of Belliugham 'spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Harvey. The Willing Workers will meet at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Bradley Wed | nesday. May 14. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Harvey and [children attended a family reunion dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Riddle of Lynden. It was given in honor of Will Rid dle and Newt Riddle, who have just returned home from army service. Twenty-seven members of the family were present. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stremler and I family were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Stremler Friday evening. Lawrence Osgoodby suffered from !an attack of chicken-pox last week. ! Miss Elizabeth Thomas also had a slight attack. Both are able to re turn to school now. Mr. Newt B. Riddle of Lynden vis ; ited Friday evening at the home of '■ his sister, Mrs. H. F. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson i spent Sunday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. A. H. Hinckley. Mrs. Ina Hicks and children of Bellingham visited at the home of Mrs. Annie Hamilton Sunday. Miss Nettie Harvey of Lynden has been ill for tho past week a' the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Harvey. Messrs. Ben Weir. Mark Whipple, Herbert Crabtree, Edgar Crabtree. and Walter Crabtree motored to An acortes, Mt. Vernon and other Skag it County points Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Haveman and daughters Jacobs and Cornelia Muyskens, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Charles De Young of Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson have just recovered from an attack of in fluenza. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marchant and family have been ill with influenza but are now recovering. Miss Jennie Handy is taking care of them. An excellent combination of comedy and pathos entitled "Sally Lunn" will be given at the Glendale School on Friday evening. The play Is a two act farce, full of pep from start to finish. The following is the cast: Leo Randolph, Lawrence Reed; John Randolph, Hugh McLeod; Morton Glynn, Philip Nyman; Mrs. Jno. Ran dolph, Miss Agee; Mrs. Winslow, Jes sie McLeod, Vivian Winslow, Emma Murkworth; Marjorie Randolph, Miss Pebley. DTICE —Buil 'era and lumber buy ers! Get our prices on lumber, sash, doora, frames, inside finish, etc. Estimates free. We deliver any place. Bellingham Sash and Door Company. 11-8-tf- They're Finishing the Job NORTHWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Wednesday the Assa'-ibly had the pleasure of witnoCßlttg a ote-act Ital ian play entitled "Forest Spring. The following was the Cflt of play ers- Amata, LcUiu Jess; Giovn Vau -<t, Peter Hofman; Fiamma, Mary Worlow; Spirit of the Foiest, Min nie Troost. , Thursday the Freshmen obtained Mr. W. H. for t'.oir program. He gave a very instructive talk on the profession ef salesmanship. Last Friday was Seniors Day, when they were exempt from their usual duties and took full charge of the class rooms and assembly. They spent the day in teaching and visiting the different classes. In the afternoon they gave the following program: "It's A Long. Long Trail," Assembly; The Senior Olaoo Will, Tena Vander Griend; Piano Selection, Marie Zweegman; Class Poem, Johauna Oltman; Piano Selection, Tena Van der Griend; Class Prophecy, Gladys Jacobs; A War Scene Tableau, "On the Battlefield of France;" Reading, "Darius Green," Marius de Boer. The program was concluded with the "Star Spangled Banner." by the as sembly. After school the class en joyed a ramble and a lunch down by the crock. Monday the Junior program con sisted of a reading, "The Honor of the Woods," by Oliver Ingersoll, for which he received the applause of the school. While performing some physical experiments in the laboratory, this week, Clyde Wilson was seriously cut on the hand by breaking glass. NOTICE! MR. FARMER: DM you ever stop to consider how much money you lost on your ; last STOCK DEAL by not gettiiiK i" touch with— ORBTBL BROS. BIiAINE, WASH. Phone 301 Blame United States Tires We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them. North-Washington Implement Company, Lynden Cyr Brothers, Everson are Good Tires See The Quaker Pipeless Furnace We have the QUAKER PIPELESS FURN ACE on display this week. Won't you come in and see it? It is just the thing to warm the home in expensively. HAROLD KNAPP Opposite Lynden State Bank ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL WORK BUYING A PIANO OF US is like buy ing a government bond—you get what you pay for. Our ten years of honest dealings in this community is your best guarantee. HARTER & WELLS PIANO CO. 211 East Holly Street, L. E. Haggard, Maple Falls Bellingham, Wash.