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1313 R. R. Aye., Beilingham Phone 66
Mrs. Bd Vander Hoef, a for
mer Booth's Corners resident,
but now living in Beilingham,
was a guest al (he BOVendam
home Monday night ami Tuesday.
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SPECIAL PRICE ON I*6 CEDAR
We haVe about 20M ft. of Ix 6 Dressed
and Matched Cedar at $12.5*0 per M, while
Our Delivery Truck is at your service.
Telephone Orders will receive
BLOEDEL-DONOVAN LUMBER CO.
C. K. Smith, Local manager Phone M 46
Miss Dorothy Elder is attend
lug Normal in Beilingham,
Electric lights have been in
stalled in the Riverside school.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN. VV'ASIIINOTOM, THURSDAY, BBPTEMBBR 14, 1622
CDYDH RATH BONE IMPROVE*}
AFTER BLOOD-POISON SIEGE
Clyde Rathbone wh» wim Quite
in with blood poisoning is Ifln
defence Leoy arrived at the
iit 11 runtn hone Monday nftemooni
front Long Beach, California,
Mm. Armstrong returned •< >
the Rathbone hone thii week
after vlhliihk a( Nookaack fur
Mm. Dena Troost, daughter
Blaie nnii ion Charles wers Hun
day evening rlaiton at the t.
Ilofman bona in Lynden,
Mm. Ohas, Dean mid daughter
Bella called al the H. wllloti
hone leal Tueaday evening.
Quests hi iii<> m i. Bturnan
hone Sunday were Mr, and Mrs.
nullum ot Hdison, Mm Healy
nnii Mtsa Mary Healy of Belling
Mrs, Bturti nnii nnii' daughter
:ininil »iiii' callers al the Boven
dent hone Friday afternooni
Mm 1' a Pugh spenl Ins!
Tuesday ami Wednesday al the
!I\iii liiiiiii'. lull ill)', in li- ill' Mill.
Hyru, wim was 111
Mm Peterson and two mum
were Sunday evening visitors hi
tin' Jeffers hone
(Oldie Trooul and Albert, James
Mini Ni'iiii' Bovendam were among
those wim enjoyed the Christian
Bndeevor social at the Q. A. R
Hail ni Lynden lasl Tuesday ev
Mr, and Mrs. Frothingham, Mr,
s L, Balmer and Mrs, Nellie
Nace i/T Lynden, Mr, and Mrs,
Lamereaux ot Wiser Lake, Mr.
Bwarti of Beilingham, Mr, and
Mrs. Harry Litton o( Blame ami
Bruce Litton were the Bunday
dinner >;iu-mih of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. ntld Mrs. I, R, Able spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs.
\iiies parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mrs. N. Jordal returned home
Priday from the Bouthslde Sana
Mr. and Mrs. Willett and wm
Adrian were entertained al dill
ncr al the Hanks home Wednes
Miss Llllle Pearson and her
niece, Nora Davison were callers
at the Pugh home on Sunday.
Mr. Berl Troost of Northwood
was a Sunday evening visitor al
the Bovendam home.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Seat hail
as their dinner guests Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Bcott, of Everson
Mrs. Bthel Downs and two sons
or Lake Chelan, Mr. and Mrs.
('has. McDoUgal ami children of
Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Willett
and son Adrian spoilt Thursday
evening with the Bovendam fam
Gertie Bartelds spent the week
end at the Leslie Vail homo.
Mr. and Mrs. P, A. Pugh cal
led at the Rathbone home Bunday
As the rainy weather prevented
the meeting of tho Twilight club
lasl Wednesday evening, the club
will meet at tiie Bovendam homo
Mr, anil Mrs. Leslie Vail and
children were Sunday visitors at
the Qoheen home.
Mr. ami Mrs. Lyman Hanks
and children Bruce and Betty
May, and Adrian Willett spent
Saturday and Sunday at Wicker
Mr. and Mrs. Pugh spent last
Thursday night With Clyde Rath
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the
state of Washington, In and
for the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Hugh H. Jamieson. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
as executrix of the last will and
testament of Hugh H. Jamieson.
deceased, and has duly qualified
as such, and that all persons hav
ing claims against said deceased
or his estate are required to serve
the same upon the undersigned
executrix, or her attorney of rec
ord, at his office in Lynden,
Washington, and file the same
with the clerk of the above en
titled court, together with proof
of such service, within six months
after the date of the first pub
lication of this notice or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated this 24th day of August.
First publication August 24, 1922
Last publication, Sep. 14, 1922.
CENA M. JAMIESON,
Executrix of the last will
and testament of Hugh H,
R. B. LE COCQ.
Attorney fbr Executrix.
EFFECTIVE JLXY 1, 1932
"Every Hour on the Hour"
AND ALL POINTS.
"Every Hour on the Hour"
NORTH DAKOTA MAN
BIAS NORTHWOOD KARM
Mr. Jacob Husflown who re
cently came to the Northwood
district from North Dakota, this
week purchased twenty acres
from Ralph Roo, the site of the
a delightful picnic party at
Cottonwood Beach Sunday, con
prised Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Knittle
nnii children, Mr, and Mrs, Ole
matson and daughters, Mr. mi«i
Mrs. Chris Anderson and m"h
Lyle, Mr. and Mrs, Pearson, Mr.
mid Mm Qeorge Rothfosi and
Mr and Mrs, Gerrll Noteboom
Mini children ot Riverside were
Friday evening guests <>r Mr. and
MiH Fred Bylsma,
in honor of the birthday <>f
Mrs. Binary Tennant, Mr. and
Mrs, win Ashton and children of
Lynden and Mr. and Mr; Ben
Nymeyer and children were sup
per guests ni the Tennanl home
Mr, and Mrs. Qeorge Worthen
ami daughter Mary of Lynden
nml Mr Chester Worthon, of Bu
gene Oregon, were Bunday din
ner guests nt Mr. and Mis. How
Mrs, .1 Kortlever and Mr. John
Kortlever of Lynden and Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Kortlever from Minne
■ota were all-day guests of Mr.
ami Mra, Ben Nymeyer, Wednes
day. They returned to Lynden In
i he jvcnlna,
Jars. Fred Bylsma spent nu
dity Wednesday with her parents
Mr, and Mrs, J. Vim Mersbergen,
The Honre Bconomlcs club held
n delightful meeting at the Cav
ander home Wednesday. The m-xt
meeting win be wiiii Mrs. H. L.
Mr, and Mrs. Qeorge Palmer
nf Qlendale were Bunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. !•'. M. fount.
Miss Qrace Brown spent Bun
day wild home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cavan
der spent Bunday with Grandma
Cavander in Lynden,
Tho Home Bconomica club will
entertain their husbands al the
11. 1,. Hartshorn homo tho even
ing of the twenty-third of this
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson
ami iwo little daughters were
Thursday evening gliosis at the
Italph Osgoodby homo.
Mr. anil Mrs. Warren William
son anil two sons Harold anil
Bemlth and Mr. ami Mrs. .1. IS.
Mortiboy picnicked at Cottonwood
Mr. ami Mrs. Lloyd Bradley
and children spent Friday even
ing at tho Ralph Osgoodby homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Prances Bioom
Richards of Beilingham visited
with Mrs. Agues Hinckley and at
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Pliilo of Lyn
den were Sunday guests of Mrs.
Mr. Will Riddel of Hoqulatn
spent" Sunday at the home of'his
brother, T. L. Riddel,
Mr. and Mrs. John Thorp and
children were Sunday guests of
Mrs. Thorp's mother, Mrs. T.
Charles Kamm'of Tacoma vis
ited in Lynden over the week
Dr. and Mrs. Julien Howard
of Beilingham visited at the D.
W. Alverson home Sunday.
Summons ami Notice in Fore-
closure of lav I lion
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, In and
For the County of Whatcom,
Roy Ebey, Plaintiff, vs. Daisy
P. Walker, formerly Daisy El
more, sometimes known as Daisy
P. Elmore, Mell Poff, Victor A.
Roeder, Alonzo J. Elmore, Wil
lard T, Elmore, Lasty B, Elmoro,
and Lola Elmore and Frank El
more, minors, and all unknown
heirs of W, T. Elmore, Deceased,
and all persons unknown, if any,
having or claiming to have an in
terest in and to the real property
hereinafter described, Defendants,
The State of Washington to
Daisy P. Walker, formerly Daisy
Elmore, sometimes known as
Daisy P. Elmore, Mell Poff, Vic
tor A. Roeder, Alonzo J. Elmore.
Willard T. Elmore, Lasty B. El
more, and Lola Elmore ami
Prank Elmore, minors, and all
unknown heirs of W. T. Elmore,
Deceased, and till persons un
known, if any, having or claim
ing to have an interest in and to
the real property hereinafter de
You and each of you are here
by notified that the plaintiff above
named is the holder of certificate
of delinquency numbered 18364
issued on the 10th day of Febru
ary, 1021, by the treasurer of
Whatcom County, State of Wash
ington-, for the amount of $32.46
the same being the amount then
due and delinquent for taxes for
the year 1918-1919, together with
penalty, interest and costs there
on, upon real property assessed
to you and of which you are tin
owner or reputed owner, situated
in said county, and particularly
bounded and described as follows,
North half of the North half!
of the southeast quarter of the I
southwest quarter, less road In
Section 17, Township ,10, North
of Range I! East of Willam
ette Meridian, Whatcom County,
Washington, and upon which
plaintiff has paid taxes prior or i
subsequent year's assessed against
Mid property as follows:
Year's Tax Date Raid Amount
1920 June 1, 1021 $29.01
1921 June 21, 1922 20.50
Total amount of taxes paid
since date of certificate of
All of said amounts bearing in
terest at the rate of twelve per |
cent per annum from the date of i
payment of said respective
amounts; and you are further'
LEWIS AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY
Magnolia and Commercial
notified thai plaintiff will apply
Mo the Superior Court of the
Sir,to of Washington, in and for
said County, for a judgment fore
closing plaintiff's lien against the
property hereinbefore mentioned;
] and you are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after the
service of this summons upon you.
| exclusive of the day of service,
lif served personally, and defend
this action or pay the amount
j due. and if served by publics
| lion, then to appear within sixty
days from and alter the date of
the first publication of this no
Dress Up and Go Out on
PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Seattle Tacoma Everett Beilingham
JUST A REAL GOOD CAR
NORTH - WASHINGTON
NASH & DURANT DISTRIBUTORS
tire and summons, exclusive of
! tli ! day of said first publication,
I to-wit. Within sixty days from and
after the 17th day of August,
■ 192 2, and defend this action or
! pay the amount due, together
with costs; and in case of your
.failure to do so judgment will he
I rendered foreclosing the lien for
said certificate of delinquency,
I taxos, penalty, interest and costs,
against the lands and premises
A copy of the complaint or ap
plication for judgment in the
j above entitled ease will be filed
ON DISPLAY AT
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bending over a washboard
j on washday. Take advan
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I ELECTRIC WASHER
Finish the washing in
Dress and go out in the
A little down and a lit
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with tlie clerk of the above en
Any pleading or process may be
served upon the undersigned at
the address hereafter mentioned.
PRANK XV. RADLEY,
Dep. Prosecuting Att'y..
p. o. Beilingham, Wash.
. ROY EBEY, Plaintiff,
jP. O. Address: 1 429 4th St.,
San Pranclsco, California.
First publication Aug. 17, 1922.
East publication Sept. 28, 1922.