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The Lynden tribune. (Lynden, Wash.) 1908-current, June 29, 1922, Image 5

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SALE OF SMART HATS
Now on. Save on Millinery. See
MRS. N. BOERHAVE
ANYTHING IN WOOD MADE AND
REPAIRED
Cabinet work of all kinds, built-in fix
tures for the home, cupboard doors, tanks,
window frames, etc., are among the articles
we can turn out in our modern wood-work
ing shop. If it's anything in wood, let us
make it for you.
LYNDEN WELDING & MFG. CO.
3rd and Front Street A. G. White
SURE, CHRIS HAS EVERYTHING
We can fix you up with anything you
want in radio supplies. Come in and talk
radio to us, and tell us your needs.
We'll have an Eastern expert here Sat
urday night in charge of our Free Radio
Concert. If you're having trouble, let him
tell you what's wrong.
CURE YOUR FORD OF
ELECTRICAL TROUBLES
Let us install an Atwater-
Kent ignition system, and you will
be relieved of coil, timer, and oth
er troubles. You get a hot spark
and your engine runs better.
The cost is small. Come in and
let us tell you about it.
B. B. GARAGE
BECHTEL & BALDWIN
3rd and Front Street
IN RADIO SUPPLIES
RAMAN'S TIRE SHOP
A Message to Lynden
by
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1622
Buy It In Lynden
_ —You Always Save
TRY LYNDEN FIRST! Give your home
dealers a chance, and keep your money at home
where it will help to build our roads, schools, and
other public institutions.
Read the messages of the Lynden business
institutions which appear on this page. Each es
tablishment is worthy of your patronage. Every
one is using modern methods—as up-to-date as
the radio.
Try Lynden first! Let your home dealer
have an opportunity to tell you what he can do
for you.
YOU AL>YAYS SAVE IN LYNDEN.
NEWSY MESSAGES ABOUT LYNDEN PEOPLE
Mrs. Charles Ecker spent the
week-end in Bellingham at the
John Storey home.
Charles Kamm will leave Fri
day for Seattle.
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Miss Alyce Haveman motored to
Whidby Island Monday, June If.
They were accompanied home by-
Mr. G. W. Meyer.
Word has been received by
Mrs. G. Hoeksema, of the death
Ol Rev. Hoeksema s father.
Mrs. Clarence Vander Griend
entertained Friday evening in
honor ol her birthday annivers
ary.
Mrs. L E. Barton, of Corvallis,
Oregon, formerly Miss Anna
Tromp is visiting relatives and
friends in Lynden.
Peter Den Adel returned this
week from California, where he
has beeu for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Wyhe
have moved to the apartments
above the Lynden Service Station.
SOME BARGAIN! THE STAR FOR
ONLY $3.50 A YEAR
Here's a BIG SUMMER BARGAIN—
the Seattle Star, regularly $5.00, for $3.50 y
a year. Nothing less than a year taken at
this price.
With a new subscription to the Tribune,
the price will be $4.75 for both papers for one
year, regularly $7.00.
Subscriptions Taken for all Papers and
Magazines at the Tribune office
Lewis Tromp this week pur
chased a Dodge Touring car.
Miss Stella Morehouse, who
has been visiting at the M. Bieh
ler home for some time, left
Monday for her home in Califor-
Mrs. Nellie Byron of Belling
ham spent the week-end at the
H. H. Jamieson home.
Miss Nina Hanson who spent a
few days as the guest of Miss
Pearl Nessen last week, left for
her home Saturday.
John Le Coca is taking the
school census in the Lynden dis
trict.
Mrs. Ben Axlund is spending
a lew days in Bellingham this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Rutgers, Mrs.
G. Hoeksema and children and
Mr. I). Rutgers and family spent
Tuesday at the Bay.
Mrs. Joe Brown and children
of Sumas spent Sunday at the
C. G. Lund home.
SALE OF SMART HATS
Now on. Save on Millinery. See
MRS. N. BOERHAVE
RADIO FANS, GET WHAT
YOU NEED HERE
Radio fans are urged to drop
in here for Radio Supplies. We
can give you what you need at the
lowest prices.
SEE OUR NEW LIGHTING
FIXTURES
LYNDEN PLUMBING &
LIGHTING COMPANY
AGENTS FOR CYCLONE SILOS
LYNDEN WELDING & MFG. CO.
Walter Pixley
CELEBRATE THE FOURTH WITH
A FAMILY PORTRAIT
On these joyous holiday occasions, it is
not unwise to arrange for a family portrait,
while the old and young are together, with
the happy family circle yet unbroken. In af
ter years, you will prize a group portrait of
this kind more than any other possession.
We do Finishing and Developing for Amateur
Photographers. Consult with us if you are
having any trouble. We will gladly help you.
T. A. SATHER
Successor to E. I. Jacobson, Lynden, Wash.
Dick Zylstra, Prop.
WE REPAIR
MACHINE
3rd and Front St.
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