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FOR YOUR PICNIC LUNCH
nnd for any hot weather meal, our colli meats
arc unexcelled.
BOILED HAM, CORNED BEEP, SAUSAGE
HEAD CHEESE. HAM KOLOCNA
PICKLES OP ALL KINDS
CHEESE OF ALL KINDS
Wholesome, Delicious and Satisfying
PALACE MEAT MARKET
ERNEST DEAN, Prop.
Freshen Up Wardrobe
and Home
You can send your finest wearing apparel
and house furnishings to us to be freshened
and cleansed without worry as to the result.
Pantorium service is always dependable and
satisfactory because we arc thoroughly
equipped to render a superior dyeing and
cleaning service.
We pay return Parcel Post Charges.
PANTORIUM DYE WORKS
SEATTLE PANTORIUM
address? 1251 Elk St., Bellingham
ZEROLENE—ISc QT., 45c GAL.
at the LYNDEN MOTOR CO., Inc.
An extra p
measure of
power
with eveiy
gallon drawn
from this pump
Gasoline, mixed with air,
makes gas, and gas makes
power. V-.. *
f/oir much power depends
primarily uponhowcompletely
the gasoline vaporizes in the
carburetor.
"Red Crown" vaporizes 100
per cent. Every atom mixes
with many times its weight
of air and combusts cleanly
and powerfully, leaving a min
imum of carbon residue on
spark plugs, valves and cylin
der heads.
That's why you get more
power and mileage and a
sweeter-running motor when
you use "Red Crown."
Fill at the Red Crown pump
—at Standard Oil Service Sta
tions, at garages and at other
dealers.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
TANK UP ON GOOD RED CROWN AT THE
AXLUND SERVICE STATION
( 7he Gtuotincitf
QUALITY
BOOTHS ('(MINERS
o
LIGHT CLUB IS
VEWEST OHCiAN
The meeting of the young peo
ple's club was held on Wednes
day evening. Juno 21, on the
bank or tin> Bertram crook, near
! tho Ituthbotio home. The consti
tution, us drawn up by the con
stitution committee, was read
land adopted. The name itocided
| UpOO Is The Twilight Club. A
program was rendered, following
; which stui;lit);, names and a
ttiiirsltmiillow roast were enjoyed
by the following: Orvlo Jeffers,
i'kli I lon ton. Bertha Troost, Ver
nita and Claire Palmer, Matilda
Cromwell, Lewis Tharp, Vernon
Pnnrson. Belli and Teddy Dean,
Minnie and Clin rite Troost, Geo.
Itieiniier, Florence and Evelyn
Wilier i Ployd Johnson, Henry
Chnpfn, Mary, Viola, Uuth and
Jennings Sturnian, Blanch and
Arthur Jordal, Donald Sturtz,
Albert. James, Henry nnd Nellie
Bovendam. On Wednesday evon
' Ing, July 6, the club will meet
mi the bank of the Bertram
Creek near the Banks home.
Mm. Troost anil daughter Miss
Minnie visited at the A. Ver
brugge homi! Thursday afternoon.
Bryan Jordal has beeu sick
for about two weeks.
Misses Bertha Troost aud Ver
' ntta l'almer called on Mrs. O. N.
IfMtOn Tuesday afternoon.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Pyeatt
and her daughter, Dorothy Crulk
■bnnk were visitors at the K.
Allen home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Carl Deobald and children
are spending the week with her
sister, Mrs. 0. Mc Dougal of Glen
! dale.
Mrs. Dona Troost was a Sun
day evening caller at the T. Hof
mnn home at Lynden.
Miss Artie Palmer and little
'Leslie Palmer were week-end
guests at the E. A. Kent home in
Bellingham.
Among those who attended
I the Dairymen's picnic at Corn
wall Park Saturday were Mr. ami
I Mrs. George llreniuur and son
George, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Allen
j and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Jordal, Miss Blanche Jordal, Mrs.
0, Nynulst, Mrs. Lyman Matthews
and daughter Eunice, Mr. and
Airs. J. H. Swope and daughter
Mabel and Elsie, Mr. and Mrs.
Felix A. Pugh and family.
Marie Mohr was an all-night
guest at the J. Troost home on
Monday.
The Swope family and Mr. S. L.
Palmer were Sunday visitors at
the Archie Palmer home.
Mr. Jordal was the Sunday cal
ler of Mr. J. W. Morris.
Annie Dovendatn is spending
the week with her sister, Mrs.
J. T. Haveman.
Mrs. J. Troost called on Mrs.
C. Mohr Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cheney and
daughter Irene were entertained
at the T. P. Jeffers home Sunday
evening.
Mr. Leslie Vail has purchased
a new Chevrolet touring car.
Elsie, Minnie, Charlie and Mrs.
Troost called at the Ben Olde
meyer home Saturday afternoon.
Mr. T. D. Da vies. State Fed
eral appraiser called at the A. C.
EAT LYNDEN
BREAD
Tell your dealer tliat jnu want
(.yiiilen dread. You are sure of
getting the dost of materials, bak
oil (iiidor sanitary eoinllt lons ap
proved by state Inspectoral
you will lie supporting a lynden
Industry, atiil keeping ywiir money
at homo.
SANITARY HAKERY
When Travel big •«»
SEATTLE
hikl uny point h MM tin- lnt<r-
BftlMl and (tn Maw OOMMC*
tionti clean, oonvwMflßti oow*
tortabto. baft** Blk ami Holly
streets »n fi>lloWM:
A. M. P. M.
BISO 2:00
•100 4 {00
10:00 O|OO
12:00 (Noon)
Fare One Way. 19.00
Kolincl TrlD, SS.NO
Stop overs Mount V 7 ernon ami
Everett
The Modern Route
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
TRACTION CO.
DR. F. L. WOOD
PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON
I.YNDEN - - WASHINGTON
EN. WASHINGTON. THURBDAT. JUNE 29. 1922
FOR RELIABLE
AUTO REPAIRS
SEE
JACK VAN WYHE
at Lynden Service Station
3rd and Front Hta.
NELL your marketable
PRODUCE to
OERTELBROS.
COMPANY
Blame, Wash.
Beware of imitators.. Demand
our buyer show his authority.
PHONE BLAINE 301
Palmer home Friday and was
appraising land in the commun
ity.
Matilda Cromwell, and Zenna
Pugh spent Sunday evening with
the Swope girls.
In honor of Charlie Troost's
fourteenth birthday anniversary,
a number of friends were delight
fully entertained at his home
Friday afternoon. Games and
light refreshments were enjoyed
by all present. The guests
were Ella and Luther Palmer,
Philip, Pearl, Tony Van Weerd
huizen, Marian and Jessie Willey,
Kuth and Edith Sargent. Ruth
Hutchinson, Donald Shurtz, Hen
ry Bovendam and Mabel and El
sie Swope.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Banks, Lucie
and Bruce Banks and Adrian
Willett are camping at Wicker
sham.
Miss Nellie Bovendam was en
tertained at dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred De Hoogh
Sunday.
Mabel Swope spent Tuesday af
ternoon at the A. R. Palmer
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vander Meer
and family visited at the J. K.
A Remarkable New Cord
Tire at a Popular Price
Here is a big, stimly, long-wear
ing new tire built to satisfy the
buyer on every point of ruile
age, quality and price.
It is designed especially fvr the
man who wants the essential
advantages of cord tire perform
ance at the lowest possible price.
It is designed to offer the buyer .t
quality product at a prlC'J even v
lower than he hits formerly paid ior \
ft "long discount" tire. It has a different
tread from the famous Goodyear All-
Weat her Tread Cord—a new tread with a
deep, clean-cut, cog-like pattern—and itl
selling price ranges from 20 to 23% h*ss.
, This new lire is the Goodyear Cross-Rib
Tread Cord.
Like the AJUWeather Tread Cord it is liber
ally oversize in all straight-side sizes, the
4VlMttcb tire, for example, actually measur
ing nearly 5 inches.
Compart these prices with NET prices you arc asked to pay for "long discount" tires
mi» OtfCUni i„, $I>.SO .11-. 1 Straight Side $23.50 34x4 Straight Side $27.33 34 x 4>{ Straight Side $32.95
Wl3>4* Straight Sidt $15.85 Ux4 Straight Side $25.45 V. x 4!; Straight Side $31.45 33x5 Straight Side $39.10
3313 X Straight Slda $ 19.75 33x4 Straight Side $26.80 33 x4K Straight Side $32.15 35x5 Straight Side $41.05
Thttt prices include manufacturer's excise tux
Lynden Motor Company, Inc. *
Goodyear Service Station
Troost homo last Monday even
ing.
Mr. Meyers, principal of the
Ferndale high school called at
the Morris home ,ou business
Monday.
Mr. und Mrs. F. A. Pugh and
children were Saturday visitors
(at the Colpaert homo.
The Jordal family entertained
on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Caxdahl
and Mr. and Mrs. Engleson and
daughter Clara, all of Orandvlew.
Mr. and Mrs. John Troost snout
Friduy evening at the Bovendam
home.
Alton Palmer went to Nook
sack Wednesday to spend a few
days with his cousin, Haskell
Scribner.
Mr. and Mrs. Pugh called on
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Litton Sunday
evening.
Mrs. Dena Troost purchased
a new Ford touring car.
Mrs. Rathbone and sou Floyd
were dinner guests of Mr. David i
Husband of Bellinghnni Friday.
Miss Elsie Troost, who Is at
tending the summer school of the
Belllnghnm Normal, spent the
week-end with home folks.
Egbert, Ernest and Gerrit Hol
trop and Mr. and Mrs. 11. Hol
trop and baby visited at the Bov
evdam home Thursday evening.
Annie Bovendam returned home
with them after spending two
days at the H. Holtrop home.
On Monday Mrs. Hiram Willett
went to Wickersham where she
will take care of her daughter
in-law Mrs. Cecil Willett, who
is ill.
Miss Josiena Abrahumse was
the dinner guest of Miss Minnie
Troost Sunday evening.
Mrs. Lee, Mr. A. R. Palmer
and Vernita and Elwin Palmer
were supper guests at the Swope
j home Sunday.
Miss Alice Troost came home
I Monday evening after visiting
j for a week at the S. Vander Meer
I home.
Mrs. Ecker and baby of Bel
lingham were all-day guests of
i Mrs. Heaton Wednesday.
Leota Cooley is spending the
I week with her grand mother, Mrs
j Jeffers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Troost vis
l ited at the Albert Roo home at
j Glendale Sunday evening.
DR. S. 8. HOWE. Practice limited
to the EYE, EAR. NOSE, and
THROAT. GLASSES FITTED.
Bellngham, Wash.
The new Qoodycar
Crass-Rib Ttwad Cord
Goodyear Cross I\ih Tread Vend Tires are also made in 6, 7 and 8 inch sizes for trucks
One hundred and forty-six years ago our
forefathers declared the independence of the
American colonies from the rule of Great
Britain—and upheld their declaration by vic
tory at arms.
Thrifty people every day are celebrating
their attainment of independence from the
tyranny of debt.
Among them are the depositors in our sav
ings department. You, too, can be independ
dent.
CAPITAL, $40,000.00
D. W. BENDER NELS JACbBSON HENRY SHAOREN
J. W. STEARNS H. J. KOK J. T. ZYLSTRA
P. J. VAN HEMERT
Bellingham's Oldest Music House
211 East Holly St., Bellingham
STEINWAY and Other Pianos and Player
Pianos—Easy Terms.
VICTROLAS—Easy Terms—No Interest
Records and Sheet Music
Like the Ail-Weather Tread Cord,
it is the product of an experienced
company which has a world-wide
reputation to safeguard.
Look atthe prices of the new Goodyear
Cross-Rib Tread Cord, listed below.
Compare these prices with net prices you
are ashed to pay for "long discount" tires
of unknown reputation and value.
Why take a chance on such tires?—you
know it doesn't pay.
You can get the new Goodyear Cross-Rib
Tread Cord, as well as the famous All-
Weather Tread Cord,from any of the Good
year Service Station Dealers listed here.
INDEPENDENCE DAY
We Pay 4% Interest on Savings
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK
KEEP SMILING!
DR. 0. A. SAND
Chiropractor
308 Front St., Lynden
HARTER & WELLS PIANO CO
Like the All-Weather Tread
Cord, its foundation is genuine
high-grade long-staple cotton.
Like the All-Weather Tread
Cord, it embodies the efficient
group-ply construction, a Good
year patent.
DR. OTIS N.FARLEY
Dentistry
Office over Firßt National Bank
LYNDEN - ■ WASHINGTON

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