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Blankets, Robes, Tents,
Tarps and Cots Reclaimed Army Blankets $2.75 to $4.50; new $3.5© Reclaimed Army Officers Robes $3.75 to 94.00 Reel. Army Officer Tents, 9 x 9; 12 Mi oz.; 3 % ft. wall $20.00 UP Reel. Army Officer Tents, 16 X 16; litt 01,; ft. wall *20.©0 UP Reel. Army Tarps and Flys; all sizes from . ..$2.50 to $25.00 Wo reduce the price of Tents to tin- amount of rout collected until sold. Some real BARGAINS. Better hurry. We mark our prices plainly. Here to stay. Our Aim — Keep Business Up and Prices Down BELLINGHAM ARMY & NAVY STORE 2i» w. Holly St., B-rtHnghntWi Phone :».">;», White Hetue Building Duck!! Here Comes the Forty-Eight DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office In Dyk Building KftYNDEN ... WASHINGTON PUBLIC SALE I WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT THE DR. E. N. HUTCHINSON FARM, 6 MILES NORTHWEST OF LYNDEN, ON THE LYNDEN-FERNDALE ROAD, ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 20 Head Young Milch ALL FRESH DURING LAST FORTY DAYS. MOSTLY HOLSTEINS; SOME DURHAMS AND SOME GUERNSEYS. This Herd is Guaranteed to be Free from Red Water and Abortion. TFRMS OF SAT F* All sums of * 10 or undcr > Cash - 0n 3,1 sums over $10, 6 months luuiriovi O/iLL. time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 8% interest. All goods must be settled for before removal. Parties desiring credit should Bee the clerk before the sale. H. Terry, Owner M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer WE RENT 'EM Satisfaction or money back LYNDEN - - - WASHINGTON COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK, P. M.: DR. F. L. WOOD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON THE LTNDEN TRIBUNE. LYNDEN. WASH., THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1921 HARRY waltkbn PURCHASES BLAINE'S OLDEST DRUGSTORE Barry Waiters of Lynedn litis pur chased tho Attlosey Drug Mora of lilalne. anil with Mrs. Walters Is now residing la Ihe border city. The Attlesoy store Is the oldest In lilalne, and has a fine established business. Mr. Walter is making many improvements In the store. NEWS OF LYNDEN Mrs. A. Judd, mother of Mrs. J. W. Steams, left Monday for hor home in lowa. Miss Eals, a cousin of Mrs. Steams, also left Monday for her home in Seattle. C. Hornuin is moving with his fam ily to Blame. Miss Murgaret Gallup of Santa Ana, Cal., is visiting this week with her cousins, Mrs. Eva Thompson, Mrs. M. 11. King, P. E. Knapp and Md Knapp. Mrs. Harris of Everett has moved back to Lynden and Is now residing at the A. H. Brum home. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Coyer arc moving this week to Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Shank and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griesel and children of Seattle were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knapp. A. W. Steams of Garden Grove, lowa, is visiting at the home of his 'son, J. W. Steams. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKettrick and daughter arc visiting at the J. K. Rlnehart home. I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Green of Se attle, and Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Con don, were members of an auto party that stopped in lynden Sunday on their way to Vancouver. ! ! Mr .and Mrs. G. S. Aldrirh of Ev ierett visited in Lynden Thursday and returned home accompanied by their two daughter*, Berts and lone, who had been visiting at the W. 11 Waples residence. The Aniph ict yon Club will meet Friday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. William Meurer at Itiversido. Mr. and Mrs. L. Larson of Ellens burg visited at the Kanim home last week. H. M. ERICKSON, Clerk TO OUR CUSTOMERS It has become necessary for us to shorten the accomodation we can give our customers to a STRICTLY THIRTY-DAY BASIS. This action has been forced upon us by the Wholesalers and jobbers, who require us to pay SPOT CASH or in 30 days. In order to keep our costs down to the point where we can continue to undersell the mail-order hous es and city stores which are on a cash basis, we feel that we cannot extend credit to our customers for more than a thirty-day period. All purchases made after September 1, 1921, will come under these new terms. By cutting down interest charges and holding down credit losses, we know that we will be better able to serve the patrons who have been paying their bills promptly. By reducing our expenses, we can handle our merchandise on a smaller margin, and can give them the full benefit of these economies. Special arrangements will be made to take care of past due balanc es by patrons unable to settle at once, in order that all transactions from this date may come under the thirty day credit plan. We ask your co-operation in adopting this Thirty-Day Plan; we ap preciate your patronage, and assure you that it will be our constant aim to improve at all points the service we can give you. Lynden FARMERS MERCANTILE CO. By H. H. Jamieson LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE NORTH-WASHINGTON IMPLE MENT COMPANY WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. W. H. ELDER MARION BIEHLER E. D. DEAN LYNDEN MOTOR CO. B. A. AXLUND R. L. AVERILL L. S. PIERCEY RAY HOOKSTRA KAUFFMAN TIRE SHOP By C. C. Kauffman G. W. ROBERTSON F. E. KNAPP C. E. WHITED TAYLOR BROS. E. L. BARTLETT PRODUCERS WAREHOUSE CO. By Jas. D. Zylstra LYNDEN WELDING & MFG. CO. STAR MERCANTILE CO. Y. H. TROMP S. WEIDKAMP Lawrence LAWRENCE MERCANTILE CO. Van Buren CHAS. N. ADKINSON Clearbrook SWANSON STORE Ferndale GOLDEN RULE TRADING CO. THE LEADER FERNDALE DEPARTMENT STORE FERNDALE FEED & GROCERY COMPANY E. N. JUVET MOUNTAIN VIEW STORE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET DORVILLER MEAT MARKET PEOPLES MARKET HAMILTON & HENDRICK HARDWARE COMPANY F. W. GORSUCH HARDWARE CO. W.J. PYNOR Everson SCOTT & CO. INDEPENDENT MEAT & SAUSAGE COMPANY EVERSON MEAT& GROCERY CO. EVERSON MERCANTILE CO. STRANDELL GROCERY SANITARY MEAT MARKET Sumas TUDOR & LINN BONDS & GARGETT SUMAS MEAT CO. WEST GROCERY CO. SUMAS HARDWARE & IMP. CO. GOLDEN RULE VARIETY STORE Nooksack NOOKSACK VALLEY ROCHDALE S. G. MATHES ROCHESTER TRADING CO.