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G. W. ROBERTSON
Telephon Main 11 Lynden, Washington
Mrs. A. Swanson will be hostess to
the Swedish Lutheran Aid at her
home in Clearbrook, Thursday after
noon of this week.
Miss Grace Anderson returned
home Saturday, after an extended
visit with relatives in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rarrick and
Miss Mildred Wilcoxen made a mo
tor trip to Bellingham. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Camp motor
ed over from Lakeside, Chelan coun
ty, for a visit with Mrs. Camp's bro
ther and sister. Miss Mamie and Fred
Percy Miller of Everson, was call
ing on friends in this locality Mon
Miss Esther Swanson left Satur
day with a Bellingham party for a
hike into the Mt. Baker district.
Mis Harry Clou- and children of
Here's why CAMELS are
tho quality cigarette
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Win.ton-SaUm. N. C.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Lynden Man Holds Record
Lynden's Post Master recently drove to Port
land, Oregon, and other points of interest, in his
Ford Sedan, traveling altogether 92l miles.
He returned home with the same air in his
tires that he left Lynden with, received 24.4 miles
to the gallon of gas, and only used 3 quarts of cyl
Mr. Beckes has driven his Ford Sedan over 2
years, uses VALVOLINE OIL and GOODYEAR
Tires on his motor trips.
Nookfacki were guests at the Fred
Fillers home, the first part of the
i Mrs. Geo. Welsh will be hosts to
!the Lakeside W. C. T. U. Wednes
day, August 17th. Due to the house
wives being so busy no meeting was
held this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dean of
Ferndale, were guests at the T. H.
Higginson home, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Matson and chil
dren attended the Farm Bureau pic
nic at Ferndale, Saturday.
Mrs. Fred Higginson and sister,
Mrs. Nell Lewis, of Everett, who is
her house guest, were guests of their
sister, Mrs. Chas. Connell, at Sumas,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gildersleeve
and little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Alvord and children picnicked
at Birch Bay, Sunday.
A new milk route for the Lynden
BECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this
one brand. Camels are as good as it's pos
sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the
best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
simply for show.
Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
most perfect packing science can devise to pro
tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
—secure foil wrapping—revenue stamp to seal
the fold and make the package air-tight. But
there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
Such things do not improve the smoke any more
than premiums or coupons. And remember—you
must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
cigarette you can imagine—and one entirely free
from cigaretty aftertaste,
It's Camels for you.
ttt| LVKDEN tRIBt } Ki2, LYKOiM.WA&H., THIUSDAY. iud. 4, iiii
Utility plant was put on August Ist,
'collecting milk on the township road,
ion the north and the Lynden-Clear
1 Misses Bessie and Leona King with
their guests Misses Lena LindQUist
i and Sarah Mowad and Mr. Carl Reid
! of Riverside, made a motor party to
Birch Bay, Saturday evening.
C. H. Higginson of Geneva, was a
Friday night guest of home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton and
Miss Mollie Heliker, of Vancouver.
B. Cm were all day guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Marchant. Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Handy and sister.
Lero were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Shirk and
daughter Marion were Sunday even
ing guests at the Nevins home in the
Ten Mile district.
Over the week end Mrs. E. M.
; King and family entertained the Mis«-
jes Sarah Mowad of Kalatna and Le
na Lindtjuist of Cathlamet.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. D. Vander Mci
are guests of Mrs. Vander Mei'S par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Graves. Mr.
Vander Mci occupied the pulpit at
ithe Everson Presbyterian church.
Sunday morning, and evening. Sev
eral of Mr. Vander Mei's old friends
from here enjoyed the services.
The Misses Blanche Jordal, Mar
cellliu' Lacy, and Mary and Viola Stu
uimui are camping it Birch Bay this
Marie and Katie Mohr visited at
. Tro.if.C hnjne Sunday.
?■ and Mr.-' Rakhboie and F "yd
and Clyde Rathhone attended the
Farm Bureau picnic at Furndale on
Mr. and Mrs. R. Roof l ynden
were Sunday evening visitors at the
1 Tliuse who visited at the A. R.
Palmer residence Sunday were Mr.
M. F. Palmer, Mr. Archie Palmer,
Claire Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Wuscher, Miss Jennie Wttaclter. and
Misses Jennie and Bertha Troost.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers and Orvie
Jeffcrs spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C'ooley at Birch Bay. where they
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Swope autoed
to Bellingham on Saturday. Euna
Mock, who has been visiting here
for some time .returned to her home
Mr .anil Mrs. Boveiulam spent
Thursday at the J. Havenian home.
| Miss Elsie Troost was a guest at
the Van Wyhe home at Lynden on
Sunday night. «
Misses Viola, Ruth and Mary Slu
m-man, and Blanche Jordal spent
Sunday evening at the M. Lacy home.
Mrs. Pugh and daughters Matilda
and Zenna, and Mrs. Sheriff and fam
ily spent Thursday at Aldergrove,
Mr. and Mrs. George Weide and
family, and Bonnie and Mary Dark
ness were dinner guests at the A. H.
Palmer home Sunday evening. Wes
ley Weide returned home with ihem
after spending the week-end -»t the
Mr. and Mrs.-Heaton and sons Har
ry and Ogle, and their house-guesis,
Mrs. and Miss Barberry, were Bel
lingham visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Troost, and the
Misses Allie, Jennie and Bertha
Troost and Arlie and Vernita Palmer
spent Sunday evening at the R Troost
Mr. Charles Dean is working on a
new barn for Mr. Iverson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturtz and family vis
ited at North Bellingham Sunday.
Lena Kuehenreuther spent Fi iday
end Saturday with Jean Lary.
Mrs. Carl Danha Id is ■pending the
week at the McDougal home.
Mrs. George Leake and children
spent Thursday at the J. Troost res
Visitors at the Dean home on Tues
day were Mrs. J. Le Compte and Al
berta, Dorothy and Lester Le Compte
and Mrs. Blow and grandsons, and
Mrs. F. De Line and three children.
Mrs. Pugh ancWes Pittman were
Bellisgham visitors on Saturday.
Marcelline, Jean and Milo Lacy.
Lena Kuchenreuther and Louie and
Rekas Duim spent Friday evening at
the Bovendam home.
Mrs. Swope and daughters. Mabel
and Elsie called at the A. R. Palmer
home Monday afternoon.
Mr. Husband visited at Rathbones'
Saturday and Sunday.
Clarence Lacy and Aulton Jeffcott
called on the Bovendam brothers on
Mr. and Mrs. G. Van Weerdhuizen
and family spent Thursday at Van
Mrs. M. G. Lacy spent Tuesday at
the Pugh residence.
Frank and Fred Hatley have been
working at Denting and playing on
the Deming baseball team. At the
Sunday game, Fred occupied the
bench, while Frank took part in the
content. Fred got tired. Between
the fifth and sixth innings, he whis
pered in Frank's ear. Frank slipped
over to his car, and started to change
a tire, while Fred took his place in
the field and played the rest of the
game. The manager, the ieams and
the crowd didn't notice the differ
Maybe it was Frank that took
Fred's place—we can't tell 'em apart.
Miss Pearl Nessen and Misi Tlnes
sa Stone have returned from Calgary
where they have been the guests for
several weeks of Mrs. Lester Dahl.
who was Miss Mac Anderson.
EVELYN M. SCRIMGER
Teacher of Violin
In Lynden Monday & Saturday
Studio home Mrs. A. E. Kusco
Pupil of Mr. John R. Williams. Bell
ingham School of Music and Art
CANADIAN INVOICE BLANKS are
on sale, at tlie Tribune of fire now.
Double Your Savings
It CAN Be Done
Schoolboy—age 15—balance 825
He tells us that he is going to double his savings
during this summer vacation. He has several
lawns to cut regularly.
He has made our slogan his own. You can adopt
it, too. "Double your savings; it CAN be done."
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK
Capital .... $40,000.00
D. W, BENDEK NELS JACOBSON* HENRY SHAGREN
J. W. STEARNS H. J. KOK J. T. ZYLBTRA
P. J. VAN HEMERT
Meat For The
When you need meat for sandwiches, or to
take along on the outing, you will find a tempting
assortment here. We prepare our own hams, ba
con, and sausage in our own sanitary shop. It will
cost you less than the factory product, but its fla
vor and quality cannot be surpassed.
WE SELL FRESH MILK AND CREAM
PALACE MEAT MARKET
ERNEST DEAN, Prop.
Low Cost Mileage
For the Big Car
Every FiskTire is a guar
antee that you will get
mileage at a low cost.
For satisfaction, safety
and economy you buy
a "sure thing" when you
buy Fisk Tires.
You are safe when you
buy a known and repu
table product at a low
Sold only by Dealers
FISK TIRES FOR SALE BY
AXLIND SERVICE STATION
Third and Front Streets, Lynden