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title: 'The Lynden tribune. (Lynden, Wash.) 1908-current, June 02, 1921, Page 7, Image 7',
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KKSOLI'TION NO. IS
Be it resolved by the Town Coun
cil of the Town of Lynden, Wash
SECTION 1. That it is the intention
of the Town Council of the Town of
Lynden, Washington, to order the
improvement of Olive Street from
the northerly Main track of tbe Chi
cugo Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail
way Company on Tine Street to the
northerly boundary of the Town of
Lynden, by regrading, making drains
and culverts, construction of a bridge
across Fishtrap Creek, and surfac
ing said Olive Street with a sixteen
foot paved strip of concrete paving
in the center of 6aid street, and do
ing such other work as may be ne
cessary in connection therewith, aH
in accordance with the plans to be
prepared by the Town Engineer, J.
SECTION 2. That said street above
described and to be so improved is
hereby declared to be an arterial
street in accordance with Chap. 51 of
the Laws of 1913 of the State of
Washington, and the county of What
com shall pay twenty-five per cent
of the costs of said improvement in
accordance with the provisions of
SECTION 3. That the estimated cost
of said improvement is the sum of
SECTION 4. That it Is proposed to
THE UNIVERSAL CAS
G. W. ROBERTSON
'create an enlarged district to pay
I that portion of the costs of such im
provement as shall be chargeable
against the property within the dis
jtrict. The boundaries of such en
larged district are hereby specified "to
[be co-incident with and the same as
the boundaries of the Town of Lyn
SECTION 5. That there be assessed
against that portion of the property
within such enlarged district 'ying
between the termini of the proposed
improvement and extending back
from the marginal lines thereof to
ithe middle of the block on each
side thereof, and in unplatted lands
abutting said street to the same dis
tance back from the marginal line
[aa in the platted portion adjacent \
thereto, in the mode prescribed by
section 13, of Chapter 118 of the Ses
sion Laws of the State of Washing
ton for 1911, the sum of $1175.00.
of the cost and expense of such im
provenient, and that the remainder,
thereof such as may not be borne by ;
any general or special fund, or the |
County of Whatcom, be distributed
and assessed against all the property;
included in the remainder of such;
enlarged district in accordance with
the special benefits and all as provid
ed by law.
SECTION 6. That all persons who
may desire to object are hereby no
tified to appear and present such ob-
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The lynden tribunb, LyNdEn, wash., Thursday, jink i, Lftil
jections at a meeting of the town
council to be held in the city hall in
the city of Lynden at 8 o'clock, P.
M. on the 17th day of June, 1921,
: which time and place are hereby
! fixed for hearing all matters relating
;to said proposed improvement, and
all objections thereto, and for deter
i mining the method of payment fori
j said improvement.
j SECTION 7. That the Town Engl-;
I neer shall submit to the Town Coun
cil at or prior to said date ajl data
1 and information and plans as re
quired by law to be submitted.
SECTION 8. That the costs and ex
penses of said improvement shall be
borne by and be assessed against the
property liable therefor all as provid
ed by law.
Passed by the Town Council of the
Town of Lynden, this 20th day of
I May. 1921.
Approved by the mayor same date.
IR. B. LE COCQ,
STATE of WASHINGTON.
COUNTYof WHATCOM, ss.
I, K. B. LeCocq, Clerk of the Town
lof Lynden, Washington, do hereby:
! certify that the above and foregoing j
I is a full, true and correct copy of the!
! Resolution No. 15 of Intention to Im-j
|LYNI»KN' liKKKKKI'KKS I'KGKI)
I TO ATTKNO COUNTY MKETING
The beekeepers of Whatcoin County
will hold their first summer mooting
on June 7th. about one-half mile
j north of the Birch Bay schoolhouse.
Mr. Junge, Bee Inspector of Sno
homish County, will bo present to
give a demonstration of eradicating .
foul brood.- The meeting should be j
well attended because this disease is
causing an alarming amount of loss
annually to the beekeepers of What
com County and many are at a loss to
know why their bees are not doing
Mr. Beekeeper, if you only have
.one hive, make it your business to
attend this meeting because it is im
parativo that this disease must be
stopped. If you are not a member of
Jthe County Beekeepers' Association
come out and join. It is hoped that
this meeting will be well attended.
Every beekeeper come and bring
a friend. It is a basket lunch affair,
so come prepared to spend the day.
|If the weather permits, Mr. Jungo
will give a practical demonstration
j of how to handle hives that are af-j
fected with foul brood.
Mr. Archie Palmer and r.on Claire
visited at their home Thursday ev
Mrs. John Troost called on Mrs. 11.
Roubus Sunday afternoon and found
her improving after her recent oper
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Pugh and sons
and Mr. Jes Pittman autoed to Mt.
Vernon Sunday. They also visited
Mrs. Pugh's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kimball of La Conner.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturtz and children
were visitors at the' P. Rasmussen
home, at Nooksack. Sunday.
Arlie Palmer, Elsie, Minnie and
Bertha Troost, and Floyd Ratlibone
were those from here Who attended
the Alumni banquet in Lynden Fri
Mr. S. L. Palmer spent a few
days last week with his sister, Mrs.
Nellie Nace, of Custer.
Franklin Swope of Alger spent Sat
urday night with home folks.
| . Mr. and Mrs. Pugh and Mr. Jes
Pittman spent Saturday evening at
the Pittman home at Buffalo.
Mr. Raleigh Raper. of Rome, was
a visitor at the A. R. Palmer home
Don Henry spent Saturday with
Callers at the R. Troost home last
Monday evening were Allie, Jennie,
and Bertha Troost, Hilda Straks and
Maurice Le Compte.
Miss Arlie Palmer spent Sunday
night with her aunt, Mrs. L. Bayes.
' Mr. and Mrs. John Swope and
daughters Mabel and Elsie were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Scribuer,
of Nooksack, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy spent Sunday
evening at the Sturtz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and little
prove Olive Street. Town of Lynden.
now on file in my office.
R. B. LE COCQ.
The above and foregoing resolu
tion is hereby approved and the
County of Whatcom does hereby
agree to pay its proportion of the
cost of said Improvement as therein
specified and provided for and as pro
vided by law.
Bated this 2 3rd day of May, 1921
E. C. BAXTER.
Chairman of the Board of
Commissioners of What
com County, Washing
J. A. MILLER,
i Members of said Board.
SAM E. BARRETT,
County Auditor and
Ex-ofhcio Clerk of the Board,
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Tuna Fish, per can 30c
Large can Shell Salmon 15c
Armour's Veribest Salmon 40c
Canned Meats of all kinds for sandwiches.
BULK PEANUT BUTTER, SPECIAL . .2 lb 25c
Booth's Herring, a large can for 0n1y... .... . .25c
Sardines in mustard, large cans 2 for 25c
SARDINES IN OIL, VERY FINE, 4 cans for 25c
A full line of OLIVES and PICKLES—no picnic
is complete without them.
Sliced Pineapple, per can 35c and 40c
Honolulu Lady Brand Sliced Pineapple, can. .35c
"Yours Truly" Cookies will make a fine dessert
to go into the basket. We have a fine assort
ment of the best.
THE BEST CHEESE IS HERE
We now handle Tillamook Cheese, which we
believe is positively the best on the market from all
standpoints. We urge you to try some of this
cheese as we know you will like it.
It is priced at ". 30c lb.
STAR MERCANTILE CO.
daughter June called at the A. C. j
Palmer home Friday evening.
Everybody come to Sunday school
next Sunday to help make plans for
Messrs. Henry and Louie Duim and
Will Meyer were Monday evening cal
lers at the Bovendam home.
Never Ltst His Baby Teeth.
A man with a baby's teeth died
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was twenty-two years old. but had
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a double row of front teeth. He died
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>?) lo —What n color Miss Fair hae
tonight. I Wonder if site paints.
He (observing circle-of admirers) —
I don't know —but she surely drawl
we il.—Santa Rosa (Cal.) Republican.
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