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'Royal Cord' • Hobby' 'Chain' 'Useo' 'Plain'
Tires You Can
Depend On
UNITED STATES TIRES are GOOD TIRES.
We are proud to be able to sell them in Lynden.
The United States line is so complete that we
can fill the needs of any automobile owner in such
a way as to give him superior service.
The men who have had machines for years
don't buy new off-brand tires. They have learned
it does not pay to experiment with tires—delays on
the road and tire worry more than make up for
any saving in cash.
When you buy a United States tire here, you
are paying for quality that has been there for a
great many years—you are not doing any exper
imenting. You expect to get the mileage you pay
for, and you are not disappointed.
AN AUTHORIZED BATTERY SHOP
This is an authorized Willard Battery shop.
That means that we have the equipment to repair
and recharge all makes of batteries, and that we
have been able to meet the strict requirements that
are laid down by the Willard factory to see that the
owners of Willard batteries get efficient service.
Drive in and let us inspect your battery.
Axlund Service Station
Corner Third and Front Street
There are many Tractors clamoring for the patronage of the farmer. The very air is charged
with the noise of claims. One would think that all the farmer had to do was to buy a Tractor and he
would enter into the Millennium.
Well, consider this fact—there are a great many different makes of Tractors. Tractors have
been on the American market for twenty years. In that time some three hundred thousand Trac
tors have been sold to the farmers in the United States. The Fordson Tractor has only been on the
market two years, and in that time more than one hundred thousand Fordson Tractors have been
sold to the farmers of the United States.
T\\ o and two make four. Two and two always will make four. If the Fordson Tractor had not
delivered more good work, more satisfactory work, more economical work, than any other farm
Tractor, it would not have sold in the ratio of anywhere from five and more to one. "The proof of
the pudding is in the eating." The proof of the superior merits of the Fordson Tractor is in its
larger sale and use.
The Fordson Tractor then asks you to buy it because of what it has done for your neighbors. It
asks you to buy it on its merits. It asks you to buy it, Mr. Farmer, because you have use for it every
day in the year. All the uses for the Fordson Tractor have not yet been uncovered because new
places where machine power can replace well human power, where machine power can supplant
horse and mule-power, are being found every week, and wherever such discovery occurs, the Ford
son Tractor will fill the bill more satisfactorily than any other form of power.
The Fordson is simple in design, and it is very strongly made of the highest quality of iron and
steel It is the product of the greatest mechanical genius the world has ever known, and it is most
economical in first cost and after expense. The Fordson Tractor on your farm will increase the val
ue of every foot of ground in that farm. It will put more dollars and cents into every hour you put
into the farm. , , , m
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PHONE MAIN 11
F^ordson.
G. W. ROBERTSON
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASH frit RSDAY. OCT. lit IS2O
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Loring attend
ed the funeral U Bellingham Wed
nesday for the late Mrs. T. W. Gil
lette of South Bellingham. one of the
best known women in the county.
Mrs. Gillette was a relative of Mrs.
Loring.
Miss Bessie Langland left for her
home in the East last week, after
visiting for several weeks at the
residence of her aunt and uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. John Hanover.
Herbert Eerkes returned Monday
night, after a week'■ visit in Everett
and Oak Harbor.
C. E. Dewey of Bellingham was a
gu-st this week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. \V. Loring.
Here is your opportunity to insure
against embarrassing errors in spelling,
pronunciation and poor choice of
words. Know the meaning of puzzling
war terms. Increase your efficiency,
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OPENING OF NEW POOUtALL
I
A merry dance marked the open
' ing of the Pastime Pool Hool Mon- 1
"| day evening in its new quarters ad
! joining the Robertson garage on
■ Front Street.
Will Baldwin, proprietor, had is
sued a general invitation to the pub
lic to attend as his guests, and the
big main room was crowded with the
during the evening. The mu
sic was furnished by the Boerhave
' ! Sisters.
1 The building has been entirely re
modelled for Mr. Baldwin's purposes,
t and presents an attractive appear
| ance*.
GOVERNOR LOOTS P. HART
will VISIT LYNDEN FRIDAI
Governor Louis F. Hart, who is a
candidate on the Republican ticket
tor re-election, will visit Lynden on
Friday. He will be accompanied by
Clifford L. Babcock, Republican can
didate for state treasurer.
It is not known yet if the governor
will deliver an address while in the
city.
Slightly Excited.
It was the Brat time I had been out
alone with the cur. I was going t"
the drug store, but couldn't seem to
get near enough to the curbing. How
ever, Si 1 was only going to be gone a
short time I left the car ueurer the
street cur track than the curbing.
Soon I heard a great clanging, and,
I looking out. I discovered my car di
-1 recti? in front of the street car. 1 ,
] was excited, jumped in, threw It out
j of gear, and let out my clutch —but
the car didn't start.
Finally several men came to my res
cue and pushed me off the track.
You CM. imagine how I felt when
one of them looked inside and said, "If
you'd turn your key and step on the
starter you tnlght be able to Start*" —
Chicago Tribune.
Left at Home.
One day I. with a party of friends
started through the state to adver;i-e
a Chautauqua that was to be preseiit
|ed in our town the cowing week. We
' had a printed canvas ad tacked on
the back of our automobile and as we
drove through eacli town we called at
tention to the back of the car. After
our day's trip we reached home tired
but satistied that we had done our bit.
We drove Into the garage and there
was our ad. We bad forgotten to ,nt
it on the cur, or else* had lost it be
fore we started. —Exchange.
LYNDEN, WASH.
FARM IN THE THREE RIVERS
DISTRICT, WASHINGTON
A locality where the best of crops are assured and always
harvested without the slightest loss. y
The longest growing season in the Northwest, four cut
tings of alfalfa, average yield of C to S tons per seasson. Pota
toes, fruit and vegetables, always a high price on account of
their earliness.
For a dairy country this is ideal. Learn the particulars
of this productive section. Mr. Farmer and Dairyman, and mak"
farming worth while.
WESTERN PACIFIC SECURITIES COMPANY
Geo. I . Hayes, B\. M, Bedlinchjun
Pleaae settd me full information without obligation on my part.
Mr
Address
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THROAT. GLASSES FITTED. Bel-
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF WHATCOM
NO. 42u2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF JOHST HAKANBBON, deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven that the un
dersigned has been apppointed ad-
|ministrator of the estate of John Hit
Ikansson, deceased, and has duly ijual-
Itried as such, and that all persons
having claims again.-.t the said de
ceased or his estate are hereby re
quired to serve the same upon the
■ undersigned or upon his attorney
lot record.-at his office at Lynden,
, Washington, and file the same with
the clerk of the above entitled court,
I together with proof of such service,
within six mouths after the date of
the first publication of this notice, or
the "same will be forever barred.
Dated this iMrd day of September.
192".
First publication Sept. 13, 1920.
Last publication Oct. 14. 1920.
FRANK E. KNAPP.
Administrator of the es
tate of John Hakanaaon,
deceased.
R. B. LE COCQ.
Lynden. Washington,
Attorney for Administrator.
: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO STATE
CONSTITUTION
To be voted on November 2. 1920.
[ An amendment of section! 14, 16. IT. 19.
20. 21 and 22. Article 111 of the state con
stitution, relating to Salaries of State offlc*
I ers.
STATE OF WASHINGTON*,
j OFFICE OF THE SEI KETAKY OF STATE
j To whom it may concern: In obedience to
, the state constitution and an act of tht legis
: Inture. approved by the Governor March IS.
! 1919. entitled as follows: "An Act providing
I for tie amendment of sections IJ. It',, IT, 19.
2". 21 and 22 of article 111 of the constitu
tion of the State of Wsshlagton, relating to
■ Salaries of Officers," there is hereby
published for the consideration of the voters
iof the State of Washington the following pffo
' |M,sed amendment to the constitution of said
state:
CHAPTER 162
(S. B. 101)
An Act for the amendment of article 111 of
the Constitution of the State of WashiiitfUni
100%
Efficient
relating to the salaries of state officers.
Be it ■iTCtod by the Legislature of the State
of V HBhintftoii:
Section i t That at the ItMIYI election to
l>e held in this stable on tae Tuesh.y next
credinir the first Monday in November. It*-'-!,
there shall be submitted to the qualified elect
ors of this state, for their ndo(»tion and ap
proval ur rejection, an amendment to nrticle
111 ot the Constitution of the State of \\ ash
inntor;. so that Sections 1-1* l*. 17. la. 10, 21
and 22 of said article 111 shail, when aineiid
ied. read as follows:
Section 1). The shall receive an
annual salary of ten thoLH.iad dollars.
Section Hi. The lieutenant-governor shall be
trie presiding orTicr of the state senate, and
►.hall discharge such other duties as may be
prescribed by law-. He *.ha!l receive an an
nual salary of two thousand five hundred dol
lars.
Section 17. The secretary ot stale shaU
keep a record of the official ucts of the leg
islature and executive department of the Btate.
aitd shall, when required. la> the MM, arid
ull mutters m-lative thereto. l>efore fit her
branch t>f the legislature, and shall patforta
such other duties as shall Ik- a*aik r aed ban
by law. He - .11 receive an annual salary
of five thousand dollars.
Section ly. The treasurer sh;*ll j>erform
such dalles as shall Imj prescribed by law. n •
hIiuII receive an annual salary of tHe tnuuß.inJ
dollars.
Section 20, The auditor shall Ik* auditor of
i public accounts, and shall have sue k j-o" crn
and perform surh duties in connection tliW
with i:# may be prescribed by law. He snail
receive an annual salary of rive thousand dol
lars.
Section 21. The attorney as. neral shall i»e
leual adviser of the state officers, and Baall
' perform such other duties an may be pre
scrit»ed by taw. He shall receive an antiual
, s ilary of six thoi :s.i nd dollaaa.
{ Section 22. The superintendent of public
instruction shall have supervision over aH mal
ifliT| pertniniiirT to public schools, and shad
perform suet - sjtecial duties hp may he pre
scribed by law. He shall receive an annual
salary of five thousand dollars.
! Sec. 2. The secretary of st;te lhs.fl cause
* the amendmeni promised in section 1 of this
act to be published for three nionths next
preceding said election in some weekly m-w h
; paper in every county where a newspaper is
pubKshed. throughout the state,
fussed the Senate March 7. 14*10.
. I Passed the House March 11. 1.H9.
Approved by the Governor March 18, l.'li*.
NOTE BY SECRETARY OF STATE.
The above act filed in the office of trie Sec
; retary of State March if. 191?y.
1. M. ROWEL!*
Secretary of State.
{ There shall be printed on all ballots for said
election the words:
"For the proposed amendment to sections 14.
16, 17. 19, SO, 21 and 22, of Article 111 of the
t constitution relating to Salaries of State Offic-
ers."
"Ajrainst ahe proi-oßed amendment to sec
tions 14. 16. 17. It*. II". 21 and 22. of Article
HI of the Constitution relating to Salaries of
State Officers."
; In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
imy hand and affixed the seal of the State of
\Vaßhin;rton.
Done at Olympia. this Ist day of June. 1920.
tSeah I. M. HOWELL,
Secretary uf State..
First publication July 29, IMO.
Last publication Oct. It* 1920.
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