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A BRAND NEW STOCK TO BE SOLD AT A BIG SACRIFICE.
We don't like to do it, but on acount of the backward season, mer-
chandise has not been moving the way it should. Hence we arc forced
to unload a $15,000 stock of WOMEN'S SUITS, COATS, DRESSES,
WRAPS, ETC., at from
\5% to 25% OFF
This stock is entirely new, con
sisting of all the latest styles
and qualities, and we stand
back of every garment sold.
We reserve nothing.
merchandise will go. Sale will continue until every garment is sold.
All prices marked in plain figures. Plenty of salespeople who are always
pleased to show goods whether or not you are ready to buy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Singer and
son Ray of Prairie were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McMillen,
NOTICE 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
Charles Rlchbaw, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
As I have purchased a half interest in a growing business in Seattle, which demands by per
sonal attention, I am compelled to sell my nice dairy herd at this time. The sale will be held
at the Durr home place % mile eastof a point on the Central and Everson-Goshen road,
known as Central corner, this corner is two miles south of the Roeder schoolhousc or 5 mi.
north of the intersection of the Everson-Goshen and N. E. Diagonal roads. The farm is 2*?
miles straight south of Norstrom mill.. Signs will point the way. Will be held on
Tuesday, Nov. 14tK
Commencing at 10:30 A. M., Sharp. In case of rain the sale will be held in the barn.
30 Head of Dairy (Battle
There are some thoroughbred Holsteins and some good Jerseys in this bunch; also some
good grades. Come add a few cows to your herd.
Tills Ji«t<l is ■■■millHlWl to be free of Ked Water Of Tuberculosis, having been regularly Mated without re
actors since 1017. It lias also been a member of the County Testing Association and in the last .May test averuged
42.921b butterfat for the entire herd, as will be shown by the records; several cows go inn over (121b fat.
Tliesr rows arc all bred to thoroughbred bulls and most of ihein will freshen as v. inter cows.
Our herd bull Wal Kongoa I'ieteilje Korndyke No. l:tl:t.~><; has a wonderful list of relatives, the nearest of
which, t'liiinacuni Wayne lloon 11., DUMIe a record according to college report of •l t Mt.6 lb milk and TO.j.'Hlb fat.
This bull will also be on sale and )iiu have a chance to get a good bull cheap.
HOGS—We expect to sell some fine hogs. A classy thoroughbred boar and several sows,
all Berkshires; also some good grade hogs of various sizes.
TWO GOOD HORSES—I old work horse, wt. about 15001b and a young mare about 13501b
IMPLEMENTS —1 2-horse cultivator, horse hay rake, buggy, surrey, breaking cart; one
washing machine and numerous other articles.
C Durr, Owner
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
This means our entire stock of entirely new
Loggie Building, Holly and Commercial, Bellingham
' undersigned has been appointed
as executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles Richbaw,
deceased and has duly qualified
las such, and that all persons
having claims agaim.t said de
ceased or his estate are required
Ito serve the same upon the un
dersigned executrix, or her at
torney of record, at his office In
Lynden. Washington, and file
the same with the clerk of the
above entitled court, together
with proof of such service, With
in six months after the date of
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922
33 1-3 PER CENT OFF
ON ALL OF OUR
the first publication of this no
. tice or the same will be forever
Dated this 2nd day of Novem
First publication Nov. 2, 1!*22.
Last publication Nov. 23. 192 2.
ANNA RICH HAW.
Executrix of the last will
and testament of Charles
R. B. LE COCQ,
, Attorney for Executrix.
ENTERTAINS SUNRISE LADIES
AT DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON
Mrs. John Anglin entertained
the ladies of the Baptist church
of Sunrise very delightfully at
: her home, Friday afternoon, No
vember 3. Delicious refreshments
i were served at the close of the
dames E. R. Winroth, Gus Kron,
meeting to the following: Mes-
Martin Gustafson. G. A. Osbrink,
M. Berger. Carl Berger, Charles
Johnson. J. G. Johnson, Nels
Henderson. Charles Henderson,
Buell Shair. John Odmark, Geo.
Eckert. Amanda Stein, Robert
MeLeod, Martin Burk, August Ny
. man, and the Misses Anna Win
roth and Alice Berger. Mrs. Carl
Nelson, Mrs. Andrew Johnson.
Mrs. Wilkinson and Miss Hulda
Nelson attended from Bellingham.
The December meeting will be
with Mrs. A. A. Ferngreen the ]
first Friday of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Be?ger and
children Maxine and Wilfred
Berger and Mr Charles Schroed
er of Mt. Vernon motored here i
to visit friends and relatives
Monday, returning to their homes
Mr. and Mrs. Haines of Cus- :
ter were dinner gnests. Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert MeLeod. !
The Messrs. August Odmark
and Val Burk returned to their 1
j homes Tuesday evening, after
; having spent the past five weeks
picking apples at the Dyke's or
chard near Wenatchee.
Miss Mary Burk visited friends
and relatives here over the week
Mr. James Summerville spent
several days with his brother-in
law, Mr. Fred Manthey at North
Mrs. M. Berger who has been
suffering with rheumatism is now j
nui' h better.
Mr. Robert Schluk was at
Mr. Andrew Nyman is being
employed at a mill in Belling
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers,
Miss Edith Myers, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Berger and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Gustafson. Mr. |
and Mrs. Robert MeLeod. James
MeLeod. Mrs. Frank Pittman.
Mrs. Dan Groves, Dorothy Groves.
Mrs. Martin Burk, and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lowry and children,
were Lynden visitors Wednesday, j
Everyone helped the Lynden De
partment Store celebrate and
enjoyed the banquet very much.
The Buffalo Lumber mill is
closed down for a while.
Mr. Albert Odmark, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Odmark, who has
been visiting his parents left
Monday for beming.
Miss Mary Burk spent Tuesday
evening with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Burk. returning
to North Star, Wednesday morn
Lawrence and Philip Nyman,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. August Ny- 1
man, are being employed in East
Mrs. Harriet Meeker and son
Charles, arrived home Sunday
from Wenatehee where they liavs
been employed during the fall.
John Myers : pent Thursday
evening with Val Burk.
Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles Myers re
ceived a box of Delicious appl-s
fi oin Eastern Washington from
their daughter and son-in-law.
Mr .and Mrs. Ed Scribner, last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers re
entertalned at Sunday dinner the
following relatives: Mr. and Mrs.
guaranteed fast color, 32-inch Utility Brand Ginghams, a spe
cial purchase which enables us to offer
them at just,. tit per yard
And Outing Flannel
27-inch, white at 19c per yard.
27-inch striped at 15c per yard.
mm —mmmmmm—— —— — —
Alton Fenton and children. Marie
and Lloyd Fenton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Scribner.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burk had
las their Sunday guests Mr. and
;Mrs. Glen Pettit and son Junior
I Mr and Mrs. John Anglin were
I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
| Mrs. Carl Berger.
Miss Ruth Kron visited with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus
810 CHICKEN HOUSE IS
BEADY AT FOREST GROVE
j Mr. G. W. Reams has just
i completed a chicken house with
B capacity for 300 chickens which 1
|he has purchased. Mr. Reams
I has also purchased several Jer- ;
j sey cows and expects to go Into
'the dairy business on a small ;
The Book and Thimble Club i
j met at the home of Mrs. E.
Keith Aherns Thursday for an j
j all day meeting. A dinner was
served at 1:00 o'clock by the;
I hostess to Mrs. Maria Prouty,
Mrs. Annie Porter, Mrs. Harry
Seidell. Mrs. Harry Guckert, Mrs.
Carl Meunscher, Mrs. Fritz Meun
scher. and Mrs. J. P. Lawrenca.
. The afternoon was spent in sew
[ing carpet rags for Mrs. Ahrens. I
The next meeting will be with f
i Mrs. J. P. Lawrence. Oct. 16.
I Mrs. Andrew Johnson returned
home Wednesday evening from
i a few days visit with her auut,
j Mrs. M. Jackson of Bellingham.
Mrs. Harry Guckert entertain
|ed her sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles
1 Young and Mrs. Charles Bur
: chette of Bellingham, at dinner
For the pleasure of her pupils,
, Miss Helen Wayne delightfully
! entertained with a party Thurs
iday evening at the home of Mr.
, and Mrs. Joseph Rainford. After
a jolly evening of games and mu
sic, refreshments of ice cream
; and cake were served to about
thirty boys and girls.
Miss Helen Hayne and Miss La
Peri ia Rainford motored to Gla
; tier, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marchand
, were Forest Orove visitors, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw of the
Indian mission motored to Tula
lup. Saturday where Mr. Brad
shaw held preaching services,
i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seidell
.were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hanbloom of Goshen, Sunday af-
Mrs. Harry Guckert and Mrs.
A. G. McMillen were guests of
Mrs. Annie Hinckley, Sunday af
Miss Lilda Rudd pleasantly en
tertained a number of friends
Saturday evening at her home on
the Everson-Goshen road. Cards
and music formed the diversion
of the evening. At a late hour
a sumptuous luncheon was served
to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahle and
daughter Marie. Mr. and Mrs.
Marry Guckert. Mr. Herman Hoi-'
man. Mr and Mrs. Andrew John-1
son, Mrs. Bertha Ossemusson, Mr.!
and Mrs. Arthur McMillen and |
Mr. Richard Young of Belling
ham was the week end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guckert.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seidell en
tertained at dinner Friday even
ing in honor of Mrs. Seidell's
birthday anniversary. The rooms
iwere prettily decorated with au
tumn leaves and flowers. A large
birthday cake with candles made
an attractive center piece for the
dining table. The dinner guest?
■were Mrs. Seidell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Hemmi of Belling
i Mrs. Lena Maranda of Sno
homish and Mrs. P. O. Berthuson
of Delta, were luncheon guests
of Mrs. Peter Dahle. Friday.
Mr. David Corbett who has
been ill is slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Carter and
daughter. Mary, of Bellingham,
wereg uest9 of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Culvert Pipe, Flower
Urns. Chimney Blocks,
Building Blocks, Lintels
and Sills, Pier Blocks.
We specialize 1"
Virginia and Grant Streets
Lower Price Basement
Phone Main Seven when in trouble with
Seven stands for Service.
We will hurry to your assistance with
gasoline, a service battery, or a repair man.
And we'll do our utmost to get you start-
Ed in a jiffy.
Remember the number—Main Seven.
TRAVEL ON CORDS — YOU WILL GET
AWAY FROM TIRE ANNOYANCES
More and more, automobile owners are
asking far Cord Tires. They are finding
that the Cord is the cheapest tire they can
buy, mileage considered. And in addition,
they are free from road annoyances for
many, many thousands of miles.
This is the home of Firestone, Fisk and
A TRIBUNE WANT AD COSTS ONLY 25c
SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF
In addition to our regular stock of 16-in.
5 to 2 Shingles we have stocked some IS-in.
5 to 2V4- Come in and look them over and
get our prices.
SPECIAL PRICE ON P6 CEDAR
We have about 20M ft. of Ix 6 Dressed
and Matched Cedar at $12.50 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
B. B. GARAGE AND
BECHTEL & BALDWIN