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PHONE MAIN 8,
Here From Mt. Vernon
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Vashaw
;.:.d son Earl of Mt. Vernon were
. i-sts at the Frank Bostwick
home Christmas day.
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Polished iron, nickel plated rtinamings and con
taining eleven exclusive features, Lang Ranges
are original in type and construction.
Lynden Saleroom open from 8 to 6. Phone Main So
To Give Tea
The Royal Neichbors will give
a ten cent tea January 4 it the
home of Mrs. Belle Wampler at
j 3rd and Main Stitets.
LANG Ranges art iaektd hy a
stria guarantee of satisfattmu.
Call today and set tbe •varnta
models on display al our Hon,
Less than the cost of a single bar of laundry
soap is the cost of current consumed by an
electric washer doing the average family
weekly wash. Compared with the amount of
the laundress' wages, her meals—or even
compared with the cost of starch and blueing:
and washing soda, the power that drives the
washer becomes the least expensive part of
the whole operation.
Electric current is cheap. Use more of it to
lighten the burden of housekeeping: and add
to the comfort and enjoyment of home life.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922
HAPPY NEW YEAR
successors to the Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing Department* of the Farmers Mercantile Co.
| DELTA * SUNSHINE
JAMES BECK FAMILY
MOVES TO SHADYBROOK
Mr. and Mrs. James Beck and
children of Lynden moved this
week to the Shadybrook Mill.
Mr. Beck will be employed in the
mill, while Mrs. Beck will run
Mrs. E. Markstrom entertain
ed Tuesday for Mrs. Earl Ander
son, Ruth, Mildred and Philip
Anderson and Hans Ericson.
Miss Lucy Detwiler of Lynden
spent this week at the P. O. Ber
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wheeler had
as their guest on Monday Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Olson of B. C. and
Mrs. Clarence Fredeen.
Word has been received here
that Mrs. S. T. Jackman is ill
in a Bellingham hospital.
Mrs. Mary Murray has returned
to the home of her daughter.
Mrs. P. O. Berthuson, to spend
A family reunion was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Axling Sunday. Present to make
the day enjoyable were Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Axling and sons, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Ericson and Miss
Mabel Ericson, Mr. ana Mrs.
John Axling and Hilmer and
Laverne, Mr. and Mrs. Knute
Bloomquist, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Axlund and son Wen
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtrop
spent Monday with Mrs. Hol
trop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackman
entertained Christmas Day for
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly and son
Clyde, S. T. Jackman, Miss Ruth
Jackman, Tom Verduin and Har
ry Oran of Corvallis.
Mrs. Andrew Harlander en
tertained at dinner Monday ev
ening for Mr. Albert Harlander
and Evelyn Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haak spent
Monday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. E. Gelms. Miss Gezuna
Gelms returned with them and
is spending a few days there.
A splendid program was given
by the pupils of Sunshine Friday
afternoon. Twenty visitors were
Miss Clara Rutgers spent Tues
day evening and Wednesday with
An excellent Christmas pro
gram was given by the Sunday
School of the Baptist Church
on Tuesday evening. Rev. and
Mrs. Baker of Lynden also added
to the program. The church was
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ericson spent
Eat Bread with Butter!
Eat Bread with Jam!
Eat Bread with Milk!
Eat Bread by Itself!
Bread is your Best Food—Eat
more of It.
—the Loaf thafs til Broad
Christmas Day with Mr. and
Mrs. B. Axlund at Lynden.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vander
Mey and family attended the
Chriltmas program at the First j
Reformed Church Monday BY- 1
Very pleasantly was Christmas
Day spent at the Andrew Vander- i
Yacht home. A fine dinner was
served to Mr. and Mrs. L. Ar- :
dema and two sous. Mr. and Mrs. I
A. Youngedyke and Mr. and Mrs. 1
James De Bruyn and children, j
Miss Evelyn Vander Yacht of
Seattle is spending the holidays
with her parents.
Mr. Fred Willets spent Thurs- j
day evening at the E. Gelms res- j
A short Christmas program was
given by the Delta pupils Friday ]
Notice of Sale of Real Estate
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington. In and
For the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Dena de Graaff, dccc :scd.
Noting Is hereby g'veu that the
undersigned executor of the last
will and testament of Dena de
Graaff, deceased. will receive
i sealed bids for the real estate
, hereinafter described belonging
to the estate of said deceased, at
lany time up to the hour of 10
| o'clock A. M. of Saturday, the
118 th day of January, 1183, such
j bids to be received at the office
lof R. B. Le Coc q. Lynden. Wash
, ington, or may be handed to the
j undersigned executor, or filed
, with the clerk of the above nam
ed court; and said executor will
on or after the said 13th day of
January. 1923. sell said real es
i tate to the highest bidder for
cash, subject to the confirmation
of the above named court, said
I executor reserving the right to
| reject any and all bids. The
lands so to be sold are situate in
\ Whatcom County, Washington,
and are described as follows; to
The south half of the south
west quarter of the northeast
quarter of section twenty-nine
(29 > township forty (40) north
of range three (3) east of W.
M. containing 20 acres, more or
Dated this 2Cth day of De
First publication Dec. 2S, 1922.
Last publication Jan. 11, 1923.
GERRIT VAN DER GRIEND
Executor of the last will
and testament of Dena de
R. B. LE COCQ,
Attorney for Executor.
(•Ft VAN KIRK. Specialist is di
seaaes of the EYE. BAR, NOBE
and THROAT. Glasses accurate
ly Itted. Bellingham National
Bank Building. Bellingham.
BRING YOUR SHOES
We'll Fix Them Right
BAJEMA & ROOS
, afternoon. Visitors that day
were Florence Hodgeman and
The Misses Allie Vander Mey
and Thelma Helgath returned
home Friday from Bellingham to
spend Christmas week.
Mrs. Andrew Harlander and
sons Clarence and Wesley were
dinner guests Tuesday evening
at the O. C. Knittle home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vander
Mey and son spent Tuesday ev
ening at the H. Vander Mey home
Among the Bellingham visitors
this week were Mr. John Axling.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harlander, and
Mr. H. Vander Mey and son.
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Sand were
Christmas guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Dv Praw of Bellingham.
Dr. and Mrs. 0. N. Farley
spent Christmas at the home of
Mrs. Farley's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Borgeson. lllou
High St.. Bellingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Worthen
and little son Jerry visited at
jthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Nolte in Bellingham from Sun
! day until Tuesday.
I Mrs. Cora Alexander enter
tained at Christmas dinner her!
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Kenoyer and daugh
ter of Bellingham, Miss Martha
Knittel, Miss Walker and Mr.
Christmas guest of Mr. anc 1
! Mrs. George White were Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Fraley and Mr. an-l
I Mrs. Jake Ricehart.
Dr. P. L. Wood at* gVhaees accur-
In the Superior Court o[ the
State of Washington. In and
For the County of Whatcom.
R. B. Le Cocq and Nellie S. Le
Cocq, plaintiffs, ts.
Charles H. Schoff and Grace
A. Schoff. his wife, Addison Kirk
Williams and Jane Doe Williams,
his wife, Jessie Mabel Williams
and John Doe Williams, her hus
band, Mrs. Edith Williams as
guardian of Addison Kirk Wil
liams and Jessie Mabel William*,
J A. Hoerster and Bertha Hoers
tei his wife, and Ben Hoerster,
Cora Wahrmund, Alice Kendall,
Nellie Schlaudt, Annie Pfeiffer
anc I.ula Hoerster. children and
sole heirs at law of Louise Hoer
ster. deceased, formerly the wife
i f .1. A. Hoerster, and '.he un
known heirs, if any, of any of
''.c laities above named, and al
so all other parties unknown hav
ing oi claiming any right, titl.\
interest, lien or estate in the real
estate described in the complaint
in this action. Defendants.
The State of Washington to
the Bald Charles H. Schoff and
Grace A. Schoff, his wife, Addison
Kirk Williams and Jane Doe Wil
liams, her husband, Mrs. Edith
Williams as guardian of Addison
Kirk Williams and Jessie Mal>e!
Williami, J. A. Hoerster and Ber
tha Hoerster. his wife, and Ben
Hoerster, Cora Wahrmund, Alice
Kendall, Nellie Schlaudt. Annie
Pfeiffer and Lula Hoerster. chil
dren and aole heir* at law of
Louise Hoerster. deceased, for
merly the wife of J. A. Hoerater,
and the unknown heira, if any.
of any of the parties above nam
ed, and also all other parties
unknown having or claiming any
right, title, intereat, lien or es
tate in the real estate deacribed
in the complaint in this action,
Ton are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty (10) days af
ter the date of the flrat publi
cation of this summons, to-wit.
within sixty days after the SOth
day of November, 1922, and de
fend the above entitled action In
the above entitled court, and
answer the complaint of the
plaintiffs and serve a copy of
your answer upon the undersign
ed attorney for the plaintiffs at
hie office below stated; and in
case of yonr failure so to do
judgment will be rendered againrt
j you according to the demand of
the complaint which has been
| filed with the clerk of said court.
Thia action is brought by the
'plaintiffs against aaid defend
ants for the purpose of quieting
the title to and decreeing the
plaintiffs to be the owners of.
and enjoining said defendants
from asserting any claim or in
terest in the following described
real estate situate in Whatcom
County. Washington, to-wit:
Lots 4 and 5 Block 2 6 Town
of Lynden. Washington, accord
ing to Supplemntal and Corrected
Lot 3 Block 2 Hawley and
Lawrence's Addition to Lynden.
Washington, according to Record
ed plat thereof.
R. B. LE COCQ.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
P. O. and office address:
First publication Nov. 30, 1822.
Last publication Jan. 11, 1923.
Where Courtesy and Low Prices Tell
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5 to 2 Shingles we have stocked some 18-in.
5 to 2 1 4 . Come in and look them over and
get our prices.
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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.
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