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Don't Neglect Your Floors It's fun to paint or varnish them yourself—easy too FLOORS that have a pood fin i.-h do not pet scarred and worn, the finish takes the wear. Well finished floors always look better, too. If your floors need refinishing and you can't get a painter to do the work, refinish tliem yourself. You can do it easily—"it's really fun." Our "Home Service Paint De- partmcnt"' was organized just to ue!p women refinish things about :he home. Write for free advice, telling us what you want to re finisb and how you want it to look. Our experts will explain every step of the work and recommend the right materials, brushes, etc. There are special Fuller Paints. Varnishes. Lnamels. U all Fullers SPSCiFICATiOM "Nome Service"Paints varalthM-gnamvlt-Stoint M»nufa:tured by W. P. Fuller dc Co., Dept. 41, San FrancUco Eranchel in 19 Citiat in tbc West Fuller'- " lomi. -rrvice" PaicU art told by I lie iv year city Lynden Department Store, Inc. Mrs. L. Zoet delightfully en- Mrs. Harry Si huitema. Mrs. M. tertained last Thursday afternoon Meenk. Mrs. \Vm. Vander Griend. in honor of Mrs. John Helder and Th , e afternoon was spent with ~. r> ,r ,j , needlework and music Dainty Miss Rena Helder. who are Vis- j rsfreshmsntl were served. Iting here from Seattle. The fol- 0 _ lowing were present: Miss Helen The Pilon families and the Helder, Mrs. H. Otter, Mrs. Wm. John Rutgers family spent Thurs- Bauuiun, Mrs. M. Vander Griend, day, at Birch Bay. BLOEDEL LUMBER The above Monogram is a Guarantee of Sterling Quality. The life of a Shingle Roof is only equal to the life of the poorest shingle used in its "construction. Every while sap shingleTised means a leak in your roof in a short time. Our Dimension Boards and Shiplap are all assorted into three grades each, so that the N-2 grade is not half No. 3 as is the case where only 2 grades are made. NEW DELIVERY SERVICE Having added a delivery truck to our equipment we are now in a position to give the public a more efficient service. We will make deliveries both in country and city. Telephone orders will receive our prompt attention. BLOEDEL-DONOVAN LUMBER CO. LYNDEN YARD C. K. Smith, Local manager Phone M 46 NEW GOODS, NEW STYLES, ON GOODS FOR MEN TO WEAR Starting new after disposing of our entire stock after the fire. Everything fresh and new. GAGE-DODSON CO. Finishes and Stains for you to use. They are the best products of their land that we know and we have been making such prod ucts for 73 years. Take advantage of Fuller's Free Advice and Fuller's Prod ucts in beautifying your home. The results will surprise you. The work will fascinate you. Fifteen-for-Floora Fifteen for-floon Yaraith. This t a ■: : for beaut* 1 fr.,«h, .;;«:.;. ' TM ht and eaoe of ftppliration. . rf'f Rolling furniture, boiling I m • iter, beel marks. every Jat ' • ear ani leal have a)o effect Nip* I [J on thia gIoMT, elastic aoi *I"r ta n_ '' j durable £,nis!i. t [I We alto Df-or-M Var- L* I[L niah Stain*. Ail purp <t- Var- [V nibhft. Rub her-Cement Floir Paint, Waahatle Wall Fimib. Silkenvb'te Enamel, Fullf-wear Varr.iab. Floor Was, Auto Enamel. Fuller* Hot W aier Wall Finlall i Lal»omne>. Pores, ilj Mep Paiat, and i'Iu.NELR WHITE LEAD. NEW PRICES BELLINGHAM DONOVAN MILLS THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYND EN. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, .11'NE 2!>. 1!»22 FOREST GROVE BABY sox .% itKi vrs AT XXI I'll AIIKKXS ROM! The baby boy who arrived at the Keith Ahrens home Juno 17, has been christened Ralph Con nor Ahrens. Miss La Perria Rain ford is caring for Mrs. Ahrens and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Burgraff of Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ! Hoekstrn of Lynden and Mr. and ! Mrs. Jake Pyksterhuls and fam ily of Sumas were Sunday guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. -Mnry Burgraff. Mr. Gardner Kenyon. of Seattle visited for several days last week jat the homes of his cousins, Mrs. Carl Muenscher and Mrs.Fritz .Muenscher. Mr. Kenyon came up from Seattle to attend the Eagles Convention iv Bellingham. Mrs. Joseph Rainford spent Monday visiting friends in Bel lingham. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seidel and son Junior and daughter I Alice Fae, spent Sunday at Birch , Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kuhn, of Greenwood spent Tuesday ev ening at the home of Mr. Jacob Huber. Mrs. Walter Crabtree and son \ Edgar, and Freda and Elleu Ar j buckle of Ten Mile spent Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Agnes Hinckley of Northwood. I Among the Forest Grove peo ple who attended the Whatcom County Dairymens picnic Satur day at Cornwall Park, were Mr. • and Mrs. Arthur McMillen and . family, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Law- 1 Irence and family. Lorenzo Dorsev I 'and Arthur Lamoureaux. Orville and Lloyd Rainford and Hugo, 1 Arie and Burt Burgraff. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunel of ' ; Bellingham spent Sunday at the J 'home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dru- 1 j ley. Miss Jeanette Smith of Seattle ' arrived this week to spend the 1 i summer with her grandmother, 1 ■ Mrs. Ed Morgan. c j Miss Helen Herre spent last c iweek at the home of her sister.!* ; Mrs. Lawrence Keplinger of Bel- ' linghani. | Mrs. Maria Prouty. who has ; been visiting in Wenatchee for the past six weeks at the home jof her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Bar ibezat. returned here this week jto spend the summer at the home lof her daughter, Mrs. Annie Por- I tar. En route to her home she [spent several days in Seattle vis iting another daughter, Mrs. ; Nettie Wright. Miss Marie Rainford, who has ! been taking a post graduate course at the Lincoln High School !in Seattle, arrived here Monday .to spend the summer months at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rainford. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crabtree and son Edgar, and Miss Helen KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS—Lynden Lodge, No. 137 meets every Monday evening at I. O. O. F. hall. All Knights cordially invit ed. W. G. Hemmingway. X R S DR. B. V. MOUNTER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in Dyk Building LYNDEN . . WASHINGTON WOMEN'S APPAREL OF QUALITY BELLINGHAM, WASH TIRES I sell standard makes of tires only at prices far be low anything else in the county. If you don't be lieve this drop in and let us prove it. NON-SKID 30x3 $ a.OS 30x31,4 7.95 31x4 11.95 32x4 12.03 3 3x4 18.95 34x4 13.95 BOLSTER'S TIRE SHOP 1314 R. R. Aye. —Phone 04)0 BELLINGHAM, WASH. 3 Herre motored to Birch Bay Sun | I day to enjoy a days outing. D Church services were held Sun day by Rev. Olaf liorgo of l.aw j ranee, at the home of Mrs. Annie Johnson. t Miss Barbara Cyr, of Castle, Oregon, is spending several days " nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Rainford. 3 Mrs. Albert Theel of Riverside was a guest Thursday evening f at the home of Mrs. Mary Bur- I graff. I Mr. Alvah Sooter and Miss Su ■ sic Hiokey of Lynden were guests i Sunday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Mueuschor. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson ' and Mr. Carl Johnson attended the Sheesloy Carnival in Helling ham Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foster of Bellingham, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Larson and family of Woodlyn. Mrs. Katherine Larson iand Mr. William Larson of Brem erton will leave Saturday on a I motor trip to Yakima where they I will visit until after the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Barstead!| and family of Marvsville visited | last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Druley. Mrs. Carl Muenscher, and daughters Louise and Eleanor. Mra. Fritz Muenscher and Mr. j Gardner Kenyon motored to Chll liwack B. C. Thursday to spend the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hallman. Mr. Olget Llnd of Bellingham was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Annie Johnson on Wednesday. Mr Albert Theel and son Frank are hauling wood from the Bur graff farm. Funeral services for Mr. Dol phin who died last hTursday fol lowing a long illness, were held j in Bellingham Saturday afternoon | and were largely attended by friends and neighbors. The, Bee demonstration which was held last Saturday morning at the J. P. Lawrence farm was well attended by people interest ed in bee culture. B. A. Slocum of the State College who conduct- PACIFIC LAUNDRY QUALITY WORK AND SERVICE LVNDEN AGENCY COURTESY BARBER SHOP M. WA DDI LOVE, PROP. Give us a trial and be convinced. BEST OPTICAL SERVICE WALLGREN'S Successor to Wilber Glbbs Bellingham National Bank Building BeUingham Washington Qook By Wire PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT CO. ill the demonstration, handled his subject well and with under standing. Mrs. Ernest Dean will he hod ess to the Amphictvon club mem bers at her Soma Friday after noon. ■ r» i The dance Riven Friday even ing i>y the American Legion iu>>s I proved as successful as nil of [their dances, with an equally large crowd. Luncheon of cake, COOkieS, coffee mid lee cream \\ :\ ■ served. Music was furnished by the Bynco Novelty Four. The next American Legion dance will ho Friday evening. July 14, with the same music. Frank Alexander, Principal of the Lynden Public Schools, who Is attending the summer school at the University at Seal tie. spent the week-end at his home here. Mrs. Eva Thompson returned Friday from Everett, where slio attended the annual conference EVERYBODY READS TRIBUNE WANT ADS of the W. Hi M. S. 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Personal Instruction or Correspondence SATISFACTION (iI'AHANTEED Ott MONEY REFFMiEI) SUCCESS BUSINESS SCHOOL Exchange Building Automobile $675 Delivered in Lynden COST LEAST PER MILE AND PER YEAR Chevrolet costs least per mile in consump tion of gasoline, oil and tires. It costs least per year because of small price and lowest repair bills. It delivers the most economical transporta tion available in motoring, yet In construc tion and appearance it is a credit to its builders and its owners. It has standard U-speed transmission. Before buying any car at any price it will pay you to investigate Chevrolet. On the LEARN Bellingham, Wash.