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FREE! Buy your season's Vacuum Cup Tires NOW! With each casing you get one "Ton Tested*' Tuba of corresponding size ABSOLUTELY FREE! We are distributors for VACUUM CUP TIRES— the only tires that make driving on wet pavements safe. Guarantee, Cords, 9000 miles, Fabrics, 6000. Lynden Service Station and Battery Shop Phone M 62 C. E. Whited, Prop HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES for Men and Young Men GAGE-DODSON CO. Mrs. F. Finnell and Miss Jeanette Finnell returned Wednesday from their vacation tour. THE NEWEST AND BEST ROUTE TO SEATTLE Interurban BELLINGHAM TO SEATTLE Every 2 Hours 8 A. M. — 6 P. M. One Way $3.25 Round Trip $6.25 Pacific Northwest Traction Company JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR THE NEW CHICKEN HOUSE AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: Ix 6 No. 3 and better Car Siding— 10 ft. to 18 ft. lengths inclusive.. $20 per M ft. 5, 6, 7, 8 ft. lengths $15 per M ft. 4 ft. lengths $10 per M ft. Ixßx4 Com. Shiplap $10 per M ft. Ix 6to 1x12—4 ft. Com. S. I. S $10.00 per M ft. 2x4 and 2x6—4 ft. Com Sized $10 per M ft. Take a look at our Special XAX Brand of R. C. Shingles; they are every bit as good as the av erage shingle sold as Clears. Get our prices on screen doors. BLOEDEL-DONOVAN LUMBER MILLS C. K. Smith, local manager BELLINGHAM Chris Tobiassen returned to Lyn den this week and is visiting at the George Worthen home. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Geyer have left Lynden and will make their home in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worthen and daughter Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. George Worthen and daughters Elsie and Mary, Jennie Handay and Wen | dell Bloom were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wor jthen. :First-class condition; snub bers, bumper, good tires. A I fine buy. Driven only few thousand miles by private owner. MILLER AND LEEK Everson Phone Nooksack 79 LYNDEN, WASH. 1920 DODGE FOR SALE $900.00 Phone M 46 THB LTNDmW TRIBUMB, LTNDIN, WASH., THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1921 NORTHWOOD Misses Ruth anil Wlnonn William: and Leona Hall visited ut the George Gustin home Saturday afternoon. The Northwood school will open September Bth, The teachers will bo Mr. Berry, principal. Miss Top, Inter mediate, und Miss Bloom, primary. Mr. Berry came from Bellingham to attend the Grange last Friday ev ening. He has been attending sum mer normal. Miss Ruth Williams of Pueblo, Colo., who is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. C. F. Worthen, of Lynden, was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Gustin last week, returning to Lyn- den, Thursday. Alfred Knlttel visited in Lyndon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gustin attended the Poultry meeting Saturday evening. The next W. C. T. IT. meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. C. N. Anderson, the 7th of September. Mr. and Mrs. George Gustin and children were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard oWrthen, Fri day. Mrs. E. A. Knlttel and daughters Ruby and Doris visited Mrs. L. A. Marchant Sunday afternoon. Dewey Friend was burned serious ly by a gasoline explosion at the Deem home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson and chil dren Harold and Bernith and Mrs. I Mattie Bradley and daughter Flor ence visited at the J. R. Smith home at Sumas Sunday. Mrs. Mortiboy wont to Seattle Sat urday. Mr. Simon W. Stremler returned to his home in Michigan Tuesday. Herman Stremler had Sunday din ner with Mr. and Mrs. Stremler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and family are moving this week onto the McKinnou place which they bought. The Tay lor children will attend the Lynden school. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crabtree of Forest Grovo attended the North wood Grange, Friday night. Mrs. Leon Barton, Mr. Nels Jacob son and Mr. Nelson visited at the L. A. Marchant home last Thursday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Marchant and Mrs. Mary Marchant visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marchant Sunday. Mrs. Mary Marchant remained to visit a few days. Mrs. Anna Detwiler is keeping house for Mr. George Whipple. Mi. and Mrs. J. W. Snider of Bell ingham, Mr. and Mrs. Reese and Mrs. Every Pair Goes Geo. F\ Raymond HO W. Holly Stewart and son of Seattle, wore the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Snidnr. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Otter and chil dren John, Wllmlna, and Gertrude visited Robert Van Mersbergen, Wed nesday. Mrs. C. Jager visited at the John Otter home Wednesday. Mrs. Jager is a sister of Mrs. Otter. Miss Laura Deem will leave this week for Vashon where she will teach this coming year. Miss Johanna Van Mersbergen vis ited at the John Otter home Satur day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worthen and daughter Marjorle and Mr. and Mrs. George Worthcn and daughters Mary und Elsie motored to Birch Bay Sat urday. Miss Cleda Holmes and Glen Ar ' buckle Hpent Sunday with Kalph, Edith and Marlon Thomas. Freda and Kred Arbuckle and Mi !ma Hamilton visited Ralph, Edith jand Marion Thomas, Sunday even ling. Mrs. Homer Kelly of Bellingham jand Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riddle and daughter Ruby, of Lynden, visited at i the Herman Harvey home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cavender, Miss Doris Cavender and David Collart camped at Birch Bay Saturday night and Sunday. Bernard Woodyard who has been working for Mr. Cavender, has re turned to his home at Blame. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton went to Burlington Sunday. Mr. Hamil ton will be employed there. Mr. and Mrs. George Gustin and children and Misses Huth and Win ona Williams and Liona Hall visited at the Willis Worthen home Satur day afternoon. Miss Kathleen Smith spent a few days last week witli Miss Cleda Holmes. | A very enjoyable evening was spent (Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Holmes when a party of 'friends gathered for games, music | and recitations. Many of the games were played on the lawn in the moonlight. Mrs. Claud Holmes and Miss Sarah Maryott conducted the diversions of the evening. Those present were Misses Kathleen Little, Alice Strong, Sarah and Ruth Mary ott, Edith and Marian Thomas, Ma mie Jacobs and Cleda Holmes, and Messrs. Walter Craig, Kingsley Stal lard, Glen Arbuckle, Percy Little, Ralph Thomas, Fred Jacobs and Clyde Holmes, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Holmes. HANAN'S, JUST WRIGHT, PACKARDS — Our Best Men's t?7 9C Shoes—all go at $1.00 A BIG ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S HIGH GRADE SHOES.. $4.85 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES — The long wearing "Raymond" kind ci QC $3.65, $2.95 and as low as *?J.«JHI CHILDREN'S SCHOOL. SHOES — All Leather Shoes fl»1 Qjr at 95c and fIM Special Lot MISSES' PATENT LEATHER WITH WHITE KID TOPS, GOODYEAR WELT $5.00 SHOES AT $30,000 Stock of High Grade Shoes Wm Be Closed Out ALL SIZES — High Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, Suedes, (ft wj qN Satins, New Scotch Grains, all our best ones, none held ?K / back ▼ • * wv $2.95 Dependable Shoes For 30 Years When in need of Groceries and too busy to make a trip to the store, you are safe in calling M 29. We will do our best to give you the same high grade merchandise you would get at the store making your own selection. And if we fail in our efforts to please you, we will cheerfully exchange goods or refund you. A splendid assortment of high-grade chocolate candy at 50c per pound. Other candy at 20c, 25c, 30c and 40c. \ Also a complete line of penny specials. We have a fresh shipment of Choice Fancy cookies. Every Spring, people ask us for Spring Bloom ing Bulbs. Now is the time to plant for flowers next Spring. Mixed Crocus, per dozen 25c Choice Daffodils, per dozen $1.00 Choice Tulips, per dozen 75c Choice Hyacinths, per dozen $1.25 (Phone orders for this to residence R053) FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES You can find a larger and fresher stock of fresh fruits and vegetables at this store than else where. We specialize on this line of goods and give them the care that is necessary for keeping in the best condition. Ripe Tomatoes Green Corn Carrots Apples New Potatoes Cabbage Bananas Grapes Cantaloupes Peaches Grape Fruit Oranges Lemons Etc. W. HE. ELDER Phone M 29 Absolutely Nothing Reserved PHONE M 29 CANDY COOKIES PLANT BULBS NOW QellingHam Lynden, Wash.