The approach of 1923 brings to
mind the fact that whatever suc
cess we have had during; the past
year is inseparably linked with the
good will of our customers. Our ap
preciation is but feebly expressed
when we wish you a Prosperous,
Happy New Year.
During the coming year, as in the
past, it will be our aim to sell as low
as anybody, and to meet all compe
We pledge ourselves to do our ut
most to maintain the best possible
service, and we hope that there may
be a continuance of the pleasant re
lations now existing between us.
ED EERKES, Proprietor
FALL PRICE OF CLOTHCRAFT
SPECIAL SUITS, $27.00
We carry sizes for everyone—short, stout,
long, small, or large, in Blue, Brown
or Gray colors.
Extra Trousers to match, $7.00.
The very best value for long wear
at a popular price.
Tires have taken a jump, and we have
been instructed by the manufacturers to ad
We are postponing this raise for the
benefit of our customers until Saturday nieht
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, YOU
CAN BUY AT THE OLD PRICE
All United States, Fisk and Firestone
Tires will be offered at the old schedule until
If you need a tire, get busy.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
B. B. GARAGE AND
BECHTEL & BALDWIN
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE,'LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922
NORTHWOOD SCHOOL TO
OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY
To make up for the day that
was lost during the storm, the
Northwood school will take up
work on Monday, January lirst,
even though that day Is a legal
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knittel :
and children were Christmas
guests of Mrs. Knitters father,
Mr. Mauritz Kadiera of Lyndon.
They were accompanied home by-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kadiera of Ab
erdeen, who are spending the
holidays with relatives In and
Miss Emma Herg who has been
visiting at the Howard Worthen
home the past two weeks return
ed to her home at Dlanchard, Sat
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton
of Vancouver, B. C, have boon
guests at the L. A. Merchant
home the past week. They and
the Merchant family enjoyed a
Christmas tree Sunnday evening
and dinner Monday at tho A. E.
Marchant homo. Mr. and Mra,
Harry Creviston of Alvah, Wash.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McFar
laiul, were other members of the
family group at the parental
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Brown
and daughter Jewel, of Uolling
ham, returned home Thursday,
after a week's visit at tin; homo
of Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. How
Mr. and Mrs. Beit Nymoyer and I
children were Christmas dinner
guests of Mr. Nynieyer's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Nytney
or, of Delta.
Miss Mary Worlow. who is i
teaching at Two Rivers in East- j
.m Washington is spending the
vacation with ber parents, Mr. |
and Mrs. Harry Worlow. Lee 1
I Worlow, who is a senior in the
Lyndon high school, and an us- 1
sistant at the C. M. & St. I*. do
pot in Lynden, spent the holl
days with home folks at North
wood. The Worlow family were
Christmas guests of Mrs. Wor
low's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr, and .Mrs. J. A. Dunkel, near
Mr. and Mis. Frank Vount en
tertained at Christmas dinner Mr.
and Mrs. Will Lauckhart and
three sons Wilbur, Burton and
Donald and Mrs. J. Trapman.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart and Mrs.
Stuart's son Clyde Doyle of Kul- '
■■han, were Christmas guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ton y of j
Herbert Crabtree, who with his 1
brother Walter, Is running a log- j
Iglng camp at Bilverdale, Wash.,!
made a Hying business trip to
j Northwood, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hart of Seat
tie and Mr., Leon Grim, were
guest 3of their parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. J. B. Mortiboy, from (Satur
day until Tuesday.
| One of the largest family ga
therings of the Christmas sea
son was at the homo of Mrs.-Mat
tie Bradley. Her guests for the
day were Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Williamson and two sons Harold
and Bernitb, ftir. and Mrs. John!
| Bradley and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Bradley and children,
and Mr. and Mrs. Iner Mickelson
George Crabtree who has been 1
employed near Boise, Idaho, is
visiting at the home of his mo- j
ther, Mrs. Agnes Hinckley.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gustin
and Ralph and Ruth and Mr. and
[Mrs. Howard Worthen and Mar
jory and Elaine, were Christmas
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
[George Worthen of Lynden.
I Under the direction of Miss j
Hilda Top, the children of North
wood school gave a pleasing
I Christmas program at the grange
[hall, Friday evening. One fea
j tine of the evening's program
| was the school Christmas tree.
The program follows:
Song, "Xmas Time is Come
Again," Eight Girls.
Recitation, "Shy Santa Claus,"
Recitation, "About Santa," Dor
Song, "Silently Falling Snow,"
Recitation. "Enough for All,"
[ Dialogue, "A 'Xmas Crazy Class"
Recitation, "Santa" Chas. Thomas
Song, "Three Kings of Orient,"
'Recitation, "Getting a Christmas
j Tree," Milo Caza.
Recitation. "Overhead at Christ
mas," Bernith Williamson.
Song. "Christinas Hymn," Elsie
Recitation, "Before Christmas,"
Recitation, "Santa and the
Mouse," Mildred Worthen.
Pantomime, "Nearer My God to
Thee," Larger Girls.
Recitation. "Day after Christ
mas," Howard Brown.
Exercise, "Christmas," Primary
Recitation, "A Christmas Story,"
Dialogue, "Coming of Santa
Claus." Intermediate Room.
Song. "Goodnight Children," In
Mrs. Agues Hinckley and Ed
gar and George Crabtree were
Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. O'Brien
and Vivia and Evern spent the
day Monday in Bellingham. Mrs.
O'Brien and the young folks re-
DR. S. S. HOWE. Practica limited
to the EYE, EAR. NOSE, and
THROAT. GLASSES FITTED.
Corner 6th Ava. and Grover St.
10 A. M.—Suaday School.
11:00 a. m.—Morning Warship
7:90 p. m.^Euworth League.
7:30 p. m.—Evening Worship.
E. O. GRIMES, Pastor
mained over until Tuesday the
guests of Mrs. O'Brien's sister,
Mrs. C. E. Basford.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kragt and
children were Christmas dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph de
Motts of Lynden.
Miss Grace Brown who is em
ployed in Lynden and her sister
Pearl from Bellingham, spent
Christmas with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. I. Brovt'n.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby
and son Lawrence ate Christinas
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Austin, of Bellingham.
Mrs. Clarence Cavendar has
been ill but is able to be up
Gertrude Brown is ill.
o — -o
HIGH WIND BLOWS DOWN
CLEARBROOK PHONE LINES
The wind storm of Saturday:
'put tho telephone lines out of:
commission again in some dis- j
trlcts, making items scarce.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creviston
are here from Moclips, Wash., to
spend the Yuletlde with Mrs.
('revision's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Marchant.
Miss Abbie Gillis daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gillis, a normal
graduate, lias accepted the pri
mary room of the Glen Echo
school, taking up her duties
Tuesday morning, January 2nd. j
Among the local teachers home
for the holiday vacation were
Misses Mary Agnes Perry of the
Fairhaven high school, Ellen Ja
cobson of Lyman school, Grace
Estergreen .of Oak Harbor, Triene
Eiene of the Excelsior school, '
! Ethel Swanson of the Boeder
school, Ruth Johnson of a Ska
git county school.
At the A. E. Marchant home
Christmas Eve, a Christmas tree [
was enjoyed. At dinner Christ -
[ mas day covers were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creviston, of
Moclips, Mr. and Mrs. George
IWllton and Miss Mollle Heliker,
of Vancouver, B. C, Mr. and Mrs..
Lloyd McParland and son Gene
Richard, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Marchant and children. Master
Ronald and Miss Helen Marchant
[and the host and hostess.
Mr. Ralph Greenough of Ab
erdeen, Is here to spend the hol
idays with his parents, Mr. and
IMrs. J. A Greenough.
Mr. aim Mrs. T. 11. Higginson
Ida.-eel covers for eight at Christ
mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
I Tom Pearson and Mr. Frank Al
vord as guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tl. Ehlers
entertained with a family reun
ion wit.i Mr. and Mrs. IT. C.
Ehlers, Mr. and Mrs. JamM P.
Ehlors "uid children, Mt". Lauta!
Campbell and daughter Margaret,
I the host and hostess and chiHr"!!
Misses Ethel and Effie and Mas
ters Henry and Dickie Ehlers
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Alvord
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehlers
land Mrs. Laura Campbell as
guests motored to Bellingham to ;
attend the Loyal Legion dance'
i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Greenough
'were pleasing hosts at a family
reunion Christmas Day at their
home. Covers were laid for
fourteen. , I
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Matson and
daughters, Misses Nellie, Alma,
and Olga Matson were dinner
I guests at the Chris N. Anderson
Mrs. T. H. Higginson held the
winning key to the phonograph
! given by the English Hardware
The Clearbrook school will
resume Tuesday morning.
Miss Abbie Gillis substituted <
i lor Miss Clara Syre in the gram
mar room for a few days last
DR. B. V. MOUNTER
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office In Dyk Building
LYNDEN - - WASHINGTON
It Is the
'FOR the teeth*
ampule — every drop of
which fa the same, exact,
has banished hurt from
dentil try. By the use of
TWILIGHT SLEEP "for the
teoth," the teeth (not the
patient) sleep soundly and
remain asleep until the den
tal operation is complete.
That la why
There Is No Hurl
NEW YORK DENTISTS
W. G. LOXGWOOI), Manager
Bellingham National Bank Bldg.,
Chester Frasier Here
Chester Frasier of Everett,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pym and two
children Mildred and Blwln of
Bellingham, and Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Frasier and two daugh
ters, Harriet and Emily, of Riv
erside, were Christmas guests at
the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Frasier.
Notice of Final Hearing
In the Superior Court, of the
Plate of Washington, In and
<?M the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Lysje Buizer, deceased,
j Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator with
the will annexed of the estate of
Lysje Buizer, deceased, has filed
with the clerk of the above nam
ed court his Final Report and
Account and Petition for distri
bution and his discharge as such
administrator; that the court is
ashed to settle the said account
and report, distribute the estate
to the persons entitled thereto,
and discharge said administrator;
and that Monday, the 15th day of
January, 1923, at 9:30 A. M. at
the court house in the city of
Bellingham, Whatcom County,
Washington, has been fixed as
the time and place for hearing the
same, when any persons inter
ested in said estate may show
cause, if any, why said report
and petition shall not be allowed
and raid estate distributed.
Dated tills 18th. day of Decem
Administrator with the
will annexed of the es
tate of Lysje Buizer.
First publication, Dec. 21, 1922.
Last publication, Jan. 11, 1923.
R. B. LE COCQ,
Attorney for Administrator.
Shop for Women
213 E. Holly St.
Shop for Women
Now In Progress
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CUT DOWN YOUR HAULING COST AND
SAVE THE UPHOLSTERY ON YOUR /
CAR BY USING A TRAILER
Will also sell wheels, tires, springs and
other parts separately at big reduction from
We can supply you with a trailer from
a lOOOIb capacity to 3-ton capacity at mod
erate prices. •.-. -r.y 'ML&j&a
$8.00 For a Big Full
Size 30 x 3V 2 Non
NINE BRAND NEW ONE-TON
TRAILERS FOR SALE
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