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title: 'The Lynden tribune. (Lynden, Wash.) 1908-current, November 09, 1922, Page Seven, Image 7',
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The new dales are in, and they are ex
tra choice. They are a healthful treat for
New Dromedary Dates, package 25c
Royal Excelsioir Dates, large package.. 15c
FINE ORANGE MARMALADE
"Glen Rose" Orange Marmalade is made
right at the orchards, where the fruit is at
its best. The price for a big jar is only 35c.
SPECIAL ON FANCY COOKIES
You'll like these—
Big, fancy cookies, fresh, priced at two
pounds for 45c. They come in a tempting
NEW BULK RAISINS
You save by buying in bulk here. The
new Sunmaid Seedless Raisins are priced at
two pounds for 35c. Remember these are the
best —not soda-bleached raisins.
Delicious comb honey with a flavor that
will bring you back for more—two for 45c.
Sweet Potatoes, 6 lb for 25c Grape Fruit
Grapes, Cranberries, Oranges, Etc.
Darigold Cheese made right here in Lyn
den is a winner for quality. Ask for it.
Pimiento Cheese, 50c lb
Brick Cheese, 30c Ih
on your land-clearing
this Fall by using
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THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922
ARRIVE FROM IOWA TO
MAKE THEIR HOME HERE
Mrs. Farrell ar.d son Archie of
IFredericksburg leva, arrived at
the Rathbone h~ine Sur.da.v-. Mrs
Farriil Is Mrs Rathbone's aunt.
They expect to make their home
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schuyle
tnan and children of Falrvlotr,
spent Thursday afternoon with
I Mr. Sctanylemas's sister, Mrs. De
t a Troost.
Mr. and Mm. Harry Litton
weto Friday evening callers at the
i Pupli home.
| Mi. S. L. Pilmer and Mrs.
Nellie Nace of Lynden were Sun
iday dinner guests of th? Swope
Mr and Mrs. fohn Bovendam
lane! family w re visitors at tho
J T Haveman home Tuesday
Mr. and Mr . J. W. Seat and
i son Archie: Mr. and Mrs Carl
Deo bald and thildren were en
te'Uiined at the Thomas KcAtt
hem. at Everson. Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Allen and daughter
jJun<! spent Thursday afternoon
With Mrs. E. N. Hutchinson
Mrs. F. A. Pugh returnel home
, Sunday evening from the Ho wen
home where shr has been nurs
Mr. Carl Deobald was r t week
lend guest at the Archie Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Vail and
children visited at th" McWil
' Hants home at Rome, Sunday.
Miss Jennie Troost who is em
ployed at Seattle, spent from Fri
day to Sunday at the home of
j her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. X
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sturtz and
family autoed to North Belling
! ham Tuesday evening to attend
a Hallowe'en party giv->n by the
Sunset Improvement Club.
Mrs. Armstrong who has been
visiting at Nooksack. returned to
■ the Rathbone home. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Banks entertain
ed at dinner Sunday for Mr. and
Mrs Lew Hamilton and three
children, of Blame and Mr. Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Ver Haag and
children weie Sunday evening
calb rs at the F. A. Pugh home.
Miss Evelyn Wllley was the
guest of Miss Ruth Stuurnian,
Twenty-five young people at
tended the Twilight Club meet
ing at the Bremner home Fiiday
evening. Following the business
meeting, games, music, and a
delicious lunch were enjoyed by
those present. Miss Nellie Jeff
j cott will be hostess at the next
'meeting of the Club which will
Ibe on the last Friday in this
month. Nov. 24. instead of the
first Friday in December.
Mr. Pugh was a Bellingham
j visitor, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Line
'and family were Sunday dinner
WE ARE selling PACIFIC
STUMPING POWDER — the
only explosive of its type. It is doing
the work right in this section of any
standard stumping powder, stick for
stick. And furthermore, you're getting
about 130 sticks to the 50-pound case —
45 more sticks than you've been getting
previously. You can get
More Powder for Your Dollar
this Fall if you use Pacific Stumping
Powder —you can clear more land__for
Pacific Stumping Powder doesn't freeze
and you will not get a headache from
handling —two very important advan
tages to powder users!
Come in and we'll give you prices—we
can show you how to save money on
guests at the Chas. Dean home.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Willett of
Wi< kersham are visiting at the j
H. Willett home for a short time.
Mrs. H. H. Sturtz had as din
ner guests Wednesday: Mrs. Hat-,
tie Ecker of Bellingham. Mrs. G.
N. Heaton, Mrs. Swope and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jeffers visit-;
ed with Mr. Dick Stoutenberg at
the Lynden Hospital, Sunday and
report that he is somewhat im
proved, being able to walk again,
with the use of a cane.
On Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Litton and Mr. and
Mrs. Pugh called on Mrs. Louise
Golley who is visiting at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. Erickson pnd
daughter Miss Mabel of Delta,
were Sunday guests at the G. A.
The following relatives spent
Sunday evening at the John
Trooet home: Mrs. George Leake
and children, Helen, Charlie.
Lewis and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. J
Jack Troost and son Kenneth, all
of Lynden, Mr. Bert Troost, of
Northwood. and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bovendam and family.
Mr. Wert of Bellingham called
or, Mr. and Mrs. Willett. Monday.
Mrs. Pugh was a Monday af
ternoon caller at the A. E An
Misses Arlie and Vernita Palm
er, Alton, Elwin, and Leslie Palm
r were supper guests of the
Swope family. Sunday.
Mr. J W. Morris. Mr. and Mrs.
Pugh, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen,
met at the Rathbone home Sat
nrday evening to discuss the;
Community Hall proposition.
Plans for the building of a hall ;
will undoubtedly be made soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and
son Robert of Dakota, are visit
ing with Mr. Anderson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson.
They went to Bellingham Mon
day, looking for a suitable home,
as they intend to locate in Wash
ington. Robert Anderson started
to school at Lynden, Monday.
Mrs. Jas. Bruce was an after
noon caller at the Pugh resi
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Sturtz
spent Wednesday evening with
the Willett family.
NOTICE t>E FINAL HEARING
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington In and
For the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter Of the Estate Of
Tryntje Helder, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executor of the last
will and testament of Tryntje
Helder. deceased, has filed with
the clerk of the above named
court his Final Report and Pe
tition for distribution and dis-;
charge as executor; that said
court is asked to settle said ac
count and report, distribute the
estate to the perons entitled
thereto and discharge said ex
ecutor; and that Monday, the
2 oth day of November, 1922 at
9:30 a. m. at the courthouse in
the City of Bellingham, Wliat
com County, Washington, have
been fixed as the time and place
for hearing the same, when any
person interested in said estate
may file objections or contest the
Dated this 23rd day of Oct
First publication October 2G,
Last publication Nov. IG, 1922.
| PETER BCHUYLEMAN,
Executor of the last will
and testament of Tryntje
R, B. LE COCQ,
Attorney for Executor.
DR. O. A. SAND
308 Front St., Lynden
HOHEN'S APPAREL OF QUALITY
DR. C. H. McLEOD
Office in Dyk Building
LY.VDEX - . WASHINGTON'
The Grade boys played against
the Sophomores. The boys held
jthe Sophomores to a score of
13 to 5 in favor of the Sopho
The eighth grade class won
the marching banner.
The fifth grade class started to
decorate its room for Thanks
Marvin Creamer is out on ac
count of illness. We hope he
', will soon be able to return,
i Joe Caiman has re-entered the
' fifth grade recently.
Robert Anderson has entered
jthe seventh grade. His family
| recently arrived from lowa.
Constance Martin from Miss
Nessen's room has entered the
seventh grade. His family re-'
| cently arrived from North Dak
Constance Martin from Miss
Nessen's room has returned to
school after being absent for one
week, because of illness.
The first graders in Miss Nes
sen's room are studying "The
1 ilgrims," and are preparing a
Thanksgiving project for the
| Miss Smith's second grade Is
studying Hiawatha and is niak
i ing a Hiawatha sand table.
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Less than the cost of the two delicious grill
cooked eggs you enjoy for breakfast; less
than the cost of a bowl of cereal with good
cream, is the charge for the current that
makes these foods ready for you to eat.
Five cents is all it costs to cook breakfast
electrically. Other table appliances—toast
ers, percolators and waffle irons, give equal
service for a few cents.
Think how the low cost of electricity brings
to homes of even slender means, the conve
nience and assistance of electric servants.
This appliance is now being displayed in our
Lynden salesroom, open from 8 to 6".
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