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New Fall Stocks
Examine our new Kali stocks: Note tare not convinced, compare our quality and pel
lie low prices for quality so Ugh! Then, if jour<s with goods on sale elsewhere. Such a test
will be convinciUK. We Invite comparisons for invariably they prove that a .1. C. Penney to.
Mfl lloja ta the fern* vuluc WWh even the periodical so-culled "sale balsams."
Save Money on Your Apparel
extra quality . . .
Dress Pants, large
Selection 9,V00 to'
Heavy all wool
Work Pants. . .
Stag Shirts. .. .
All wool, 98c to.
SHOES FOR MEN
Work Shoes that are I'itKj
leather. J. C. Penney Co. Shoes
are strong, durable and the
best values obtain
able. $4.50 down to
DRESS SHOES in blucher and
ptraight lace styles, black or
brown, welt soles,
Notice of Healing Before the
Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, of Whatcom
County, Washington. -
In the Matter of Drainage Im
provement District No. 20, of
Whatcom County, Washington.
Notice is hereby given that
hearing in said matter will be
had before the Board of County
Commlaiionan of Whatcom Coun
ty, Washington, at the board
roon in the Court House in Bel
-1 Ingham, said county and state,
on the 2Sth day of November, A.
D. 1922, at eleven oVlock A. M., j
of said day upon the report of j
the County Engineer in said l
matter, which said report and
the plat, schedules, estimates and
other data prepared and re
turned by said County Engineer |
in said matter are on file :n the
Office of said Board of Commis
sioners of Whatcom County,
Washington, and show the pro
perty to be taken or damaged by
reason of said proposed improve
ment and the amount of damag- ,
es, if any, proposed to be al
That said proposed drainage
system consists of one main
ditch and five laterals, the loca
tion and route of which are de- 1
scribed as follows:
Inscription of Main Bit<h
Commencing at a point 250
feet east and 280 feet south of
the center of Section 11, Twp. 4 0
N., R. 3E., W. M.; thence South
erly and Westerly over the WVi
of the SEV4. and the SWVi of
said Section 11, to a beam bridge
on the Lynden-Sumas paved road;
Utenoe southerly and westerly ov-
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Wool Union Suits
Men's Heavy ALL
WOOL UniOt) Suits
Mixed Sweaters. . 1
Flannel Shirts, full
cut as low as... 1
Men's Fine Dress
SHOES FOR BOYS
STRONG SHOES made of oil
tanned leather, double sole,
and full vamp. Good for hard
to size. $2.98 and
GOOD DRESS SHOES of gun
tnetal calfskin. Full vamp and
double half sole. A shoe of ex-
Ira quality. Accord
ing to size. $3.50 to
er the NW Vi NWVi Section 14,
EVi. and NEVi. and SVi Section
15. and SE % SEi 4 Sec. 16 to a
j culvert under B & N Ry., them c
southwesterly over the NE Vi
NEV4, Sec. 21, ending and emp
tying into a slough approximate
ly 900 feet west and 920 feet
south of Section corner common
ito Sees. 15, 16, 21, 22 all in
T. 40 N.i R. 3E.. W. M.
Description of Lateral No. 1
Commencing at a point ap
proximately 610 feet east and
jG9u feet south of 1-16 corner be
tween the NWV4 Sec. 14 and
NEVi Sec. 15, Twp. 40 N., R.
j3E., W. M.i thence westerly
crossing the section line between
Sections 14 and 15 and connect
ing with the main ditch in Sec
tion 15 aforesaid.
1 Description of Lateral No. 2
Commencing at a point 1070
I feet west and 90 feet north of
I the Section corner common to
Sections 14, 15, 22, 23, Twp. 40
N., R 3E., W. M.; thence west
,446 feet and connecting with the
main ditch in Sec. 15 aforesaid.
Description of Lateral No. 3
Commencing at a point 1060 ft.
north and 520 ft east of the sec
tion corner common to sections
lIS, 16, 21 and 22. Township
40 N., R 3E, W. M.i thence
southeasterly over the SVi BWV4I
'Section 15, connecting with the
I main ditch in Section 15 afore
Description of Lateral No. 4
Commencing at a point 225
feet south and 60 feet west of the
NE corner of the SW V 4 BW V 4,
; Section 11. Twp. 4 0 N., R. 3E.,
]W. M.; thence in a general south-
FCRS MADE TO ORDER
At Moderate Prices
If you buy furs from us
you are sure of getting
best quality and latest
We pay Highest Prices
for Raw Furs.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 19:2
Our own Union m.ule
brand — made for >is
under our specifications
by several factories to
■apply o; r hundreds of
Made of heavy white
back indigo denim, full
cut, be-t quality, liili
SHOES FOR GIRLS
LONG WEARING school shoes
of gun metal calf skin. Stands
a lot of hard service. A strong
size, $ 2.41* to .. .
RTITC'H DOWNS. A broad last
for growing feet. Fine quality
upper and sole. Brown or
black, button style. Accord-
ing to size
erly direction over said SW'i
SW'i, Sec. 11 to connection with
main ditch. All in SW'i SWU.
Section H, aforesaid.
I Description of Lateral No. 8
Commencing at the 1-10 cor
ner in the center of the SE I *.
Section 11, Twp. 40 N., R ?,E. W.
M.i thence westerly 10S0 feet,:
; more or less, on E & W 1-1G line
lln said SEV4, Sec. 11 and con
necting with main ditch in said !
SW i 4 , Section 11, aforesaid,
j The said Drainage Improve- :
ment District No. 20 of Wiiat
-1 torn County, Washington, is
'bounded as follows:
Beginning at the SW corner
of the NWi 4 of the NE'* of :
Sec. 21, T. 40 N. R. 3 E. of W.
M.i thence North Vi mile to the
NW corner of the SW Vi of the
SE Mof Sec. 1C; thence East V* j
mile to the NE corner of said
SW' 4 of the SEi 4 ; thence North I
'♦.mile to the NE corner of
the SWVi of the NE>i
of said Section 1 tl: thence
East one mile to the N. E. cor
ner of the SWi 4 of the NEVi of
Sec. 15; thence North one-quar
ter mile to the NE corner of the
NW» 4 of the NEVi of Sec. 15;
thence East one-quarter mile to
the corner common to sections
10- 11-14 and 15. T. 40 N. R 3
East; thence North Vi mile to the
V 4 corner bet. Sections 10-11;
thence East 7-8 miles; thence S
:Vi mile; thence E Vi mile to
: the corner common to Sections
11- 12-13-14; thence S % miles
to the SE corner of the NE' 4
of the SE Vi of Section 14; thenre
W Vi mile; thence S ' 4 mile to
the V 4 corner between Sees. 14
and 23; thence W I'-2 miles to
I the corner common to Sees. 15-
--lfi-21-22 T. 40 N. R. 3E.; thence
1 S Vi mile to the SE corner of
'the NE' 4 of the NE U of Sec.
j 21; thence West Vz mile to the
beginning. All in Twp. 40, N. R.
: 18., of W. M.
That said Drainage Improve
; ment District No. 20 of What
com County, Washington, em-
I braces lands and territory wholly
within Whatcom County, Wash
ington, consisting of about 1600
j acres more particularly described
j All of the SVi of Sec. 11, ex
j cept the East 4it rods thereof N'»
J.and Ni-iSEVi, and SW 4 Sec. 14,
!NEViNE Vi and S NE Vi and
"iSHNWU and SVi Sec. 15,
[BEV4NEV4 and NEVi SEVi and
SVi SE I,*1,* Sec. 16, NVi NEVi
I Sec. 21. All in twp. 40 N R 3
East of W. M.
That at said hearing said
Board of County Commission! is
will declare in what manner and
; within how many years assess
ments for the costs of said pro
i posed improvement shall be paid,
if made, and will also at said
hearing determine whether the
evidence of indebtedness for the
j costs of said Improvement shall
be warrants or bonds, and will
fix the time for payment of all
assessments for the costs of said
j improvement, same not to ex-
THE HENRY HOOZITS
DELTA & SUNSHINE j
OHMART AND SONS NOW
ON KARL ANDERSON FARM
Mr. Joe Ohmart and sons have'
rented the place formerly owned
by Earl Anderson, from P. M. i
Serrurier and Frank Cruikshank.
Miss Kate Pugh left on Sat
urday for Mt. Vernon where she'
will visit with friends. She re-j
turned Sunday evening.
Mrs. Herman Vander Mey, Mrs.
J. F. Helgath and Mrs. D. Van
Wyhe of Lynden spent Tuesday
with their daughters at the home
of Mrs. Nellie McGinnis.
On Thursday. Mrs. Henry
; I!oice and children and Miss Dena
[Hearings spent Friday afternoon:
'with Mrs. Will Kelly.
I Mr. Delp, sr. left for Seattle
Mrs. E. Markstrom will be
(hostess to the Busy Bee Society
jaf her home Thursday. Nov. 16.
Ervin Vander Mey was absent
from school on Friday because 1
Miss Thelma Helgath spent last
.Sunday afternoon with Miss Sadie
I Bauman of Lynden.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander
| Mey and son Herman spent last ;
Thursday evening with Mr. and
, Mrs. H. Vander Mey.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson and
; Miss Mabel Ericson spent Sun- j
i day of last week with Mr. and
i Mrs. Fredolph Ericson of Bel- c
Mrs. P. O. Berthuson and her ;
[house guest, Mrs. Lena Maienda
were guests at the Peter Dahl i
, home at Forest Grove on Friday. I
Mr. Raymond Brown arrived
'ceed five yearly installments If
warrant! are issued in payment
I for the same, and he either in
ten or fifteen annual installments
if it be determined then and
! there that bonds shall be issued
for the same. All persons in
terested in any manner in any
of fhe lands embraced within the
boundaries of said district or in
any other manner whatsoever are
hereby notified and required to
(appear at said hearing and pre-,
sent their objections, either oral
ly or in writing, if any, to said
proceedings and any matter or
thing arising therein or from the
By order of the Board of Coun
!ty Commissioners of Whatcom
SAM E. BARRETT,
County Auditor and ex
officio* Clerk of said
i First publication Nov. 2. 1922.
'Last publication Nov. IG, 1923.
No Other Food Has the
Nourishment of Bread
A loaf of good Bread is food
and tonic in one.
In itself it contains all the es
sential food elements —food for
bone, food for muscle, foor for
Ask your Grocer for Good
LV N1 >E X-M AI >E BREAD
It's Always Pure
here this week from Alberta and
greatly surprised his sister. Mrs.
; Henry Boies and family.
Mr. Will Kelly was expected to
! arrive home last Saturday from
j Wenntehee with a wagon and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dtlp
and daughter, Betty Jean of Se
attle, are visiting here.
Mr. D Smith and Dr. David
' son of Seattle spent Tuesday ev
ening and Wednesday at the W.
H. Jackman home.
Mrs. F De Hoogh and Miss
Garretta De Boer returned home
j from Wenatchee last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert De Jong
and family spent Friday evening
!at the Elzo Gelms home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson and
I Miss Mabel Ericson spent Sun
. day afternoon very pleasantly
with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brem
ner of Booth Corners.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Markstrom
entertained very pleasantly last
Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Fruborg
■ and two children of Ferndale,
j Will Norman of Bellingham, Mr.
, and Mrs. John Axling and Mr. !
IMrs. E. Westlund.
Mr. and Mrs. Hietbrink of;
Lynden have returned to their
farm, which was vacated by the!
j Koamen family, who moved to
Messrs. John Axling and E. \
Markstrom have had their light-!
i ing systems installed.
Several farmers have been fil
ling their silos this week.
Among the Bellingham visitors
this week were Mrs. W. H. Jack
' man and Miss Orel Jack.man, Mr.
] Herman Vander Mey and son
George and Hen.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bartelds.
Hela and Henrietta Bartelds, vis
ited Saturday evening at the |
Herman Vander Mey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vander
Yacht and family spent Sunday
at the home of Edward Younge- J
dyke in Lynden.
Gordon Larson and Elmer Da-1
vis were absent from school on
Monday on account of illness.
Mrs. G. W. Bollen and Reva,
Howard and Orvllle Bollen spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ole
Larson and family.
The Economics Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. G. W. Bol
len Wednesday afternoon.
Those having perfect attendance
for the past four weeks are as
follows: Reva Bollen, Laverne
Axlund. Mildred Anderson. Edith
Keller. Mabel Keller. Orville Bol
len, William Vander Mey, Ben
and John Norris, Howard Bol
len. Ervin Weidkamp, Gordon
Larson. Hilbert Nelson, Ervin
Vander Mey, Fred Helgath and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Axlund
and son Wendell wore the din-
Ml guests at the Join Axling
DO YOU KNOW
We are expert
Dry Cleaners & Dyers
A trial will convince.
Wednesday and Saturday
Gale, Henry & Tremain
& DYE WORKS
One uses so little baking
powder in comparison
with the other materials
used in baking that it al*
ways pays to use the best
For making the finest and
most wholesome food there is
no substitute for ROYAL
Baking Powder. It is made
from Cream of Tartar de
rived from grapes and is ab
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Racing at Hawthorne Revived—
A Hot Finish
ALONG, long time, ago, Hawthorne was one ot the world's racing cen
ters. Then It lapsed. Now the great Illinois track has boon reopened
• and thrilling speed events there are again the order of the day. The
picture ahows the ponies mussed at the turn, just onenine out for the
stretch. Platoon Is whining, with Delafid second and BUI McCloy showing.
Mrs. Jessie Vanderhosf of I?( I
lingham visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Ruico, Sunday.
John Tremain. jr. of Belling
ham, visited in Lynden last week
Mrs. Ida Blow moved to her
home at 504 West Liberty St.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Frasier
were week-end guests of thtir
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Pym. at their home.
2209 Jefferson St., Bellingham.
Real open kettle molasses. Comes pack-
Ed in a handy syrup pitcher. The kind you
bought 10 years ago. Just try it.
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP
ALIiERS ROLLED OATS
9 pounds for
SEE OUR NEW SILVERWARE
AND GOLD BAND CHINA
The new "Duchess Pattern" Silverware
and high grade gold band china is here for
the big Thanksgiving dinner table. And rea
sonably priced, too.
"AJAX SHELLS"—That's the name and we
WE BUY POULTRY AND EGGS
Mrs. Ike Elenbaas has been
ill this week.
Mr. William Hiezebos of South
ern California, who has been ill
at the home of his father, is
W. B. McCord had electric
lights installed in his new home
on the Benson road last week.
FOUND —Auto License plate.
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