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For Your
Protection
Consult us before you buy a used Dodge
Brothers Motor Car—anywhere. Get the
car number and we wull tell you its exact age,
its original owner and what work has been
done on it in our service department. For
your own protection, see us before you buy.
A few of this week's offerings
Dodfee Brothers Screen Dodge Brothers Touring
Body.
1919 production. Has had Completely overhauled,
mechanical adjustments. Re- Good tires all around. Looks
painted. Good tires. Guar- anti runß like a npw car
ante cd.
Ford Delivery. Ikidgc Brothers Touring
In good mechanical condi- Car.
tion. Express body with can
opy top. A bargain at »250. In S° (kl mechanical condi
tion. With new top and
Ford One-Ton Truck. side curtains. See this car
Oli sale for SilSO. before you buy; $550.
JOHN F. CAMPBELL
317 N. Commercial St., Phone 402
Bellingham, Washington
Shoe
the
Friday, Saturday and Monday we are going to give you the opportunity
to save
on that new pair of shoes you should have for the Fourth. Read on
CHILD'S BROWN KID STRAP SLIPPERS—
Sizes 2 to 5, regular 81.50, reduced to $1.20
Sizes 5 1 o to 8, regular $1.75, reduced to $1.40
Misses' 81/o to regular $2.00, reduced to $1.60
PATENT STRAP SLIPPERS—
$1 40
Sizes 5U to 8, regular $1.75, reduced to »px.w
Misses', sizes 81/ 2 to ll! regular $2.00, reduced to $1.60
Misses, sizes 11% to 2, regular $2.50, reduced to ~. $2.00
MISSES' BROWN CALF OXFORDS—Sizes 11% to 2} & CO £A
regular $3.25, reduced to «P^.UV
LADIES* STRAP SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS—
Black Kid Oxfords, regular price $3.45, CO 7C
reduced to t?-.<U
Black Kid Oxford, regular price $4.25, . CO Aft
reduced to «P J '* U
Black Kid Oxford, regular price $6.75, CX Aft
reduced to
Brown Kid Oxfords, regular price $3.95, $3 16
reduced to «P»J.±U
Brown Kid Oxfords, regular price $5.50, (M JA
reduced to
Brown Kid Oxfords, regular price $7.75 CC OA
reduced to *°- ZU
Black Kid Strap Slippers, regular price $4.50, JO gA
reduced to «P«J.m/
Black Kid Strap Slippers, regular price $5.00, CJ AA
reduced to
Brown Kid Strap Slippers, regular price $4.75 CJ OA
reduced to *
Brown Kid Strap Slippers, regular price $7.25, $5 80
reduced to *
Brown Calf Oxfords, regular price $3.95 Jg
reduced to
Brown Calf Oxfords, regular price $4.65 CJ
reduced to *^
Brown Calf Oxfords, regular price $6.00 $4.80
reduced to
Brown Calf 2-strap Slippers, sizes 2* Uto 6, regular price CO CA
$4.50. reduced to #iMIU
BIG GIRLS' PATENT LEATHER SLIPPERS, sizes 2% to CO £0
sy a regular price $3.35, reduced to «P^.UO
MEN'S OXFORDS —
Brown Calf Oxfords, sizes 6% to 8* 2, regular price $5.50, <P4 4 A
reduced to * r **
Brown Calf Oxfords, O'Donnell make, regular price C£ AA
$7.50. reduced to j__
Farmers Mercantile Co.
Specials for
FOURTH
20 Per Cent
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LTND EN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1921
GREENWOOD
, GEORGE ALTON FAMILY
TO MOVE TO TACOMA
Mr. George Alton expects to
move his family to Tacoma the
first of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Walston
of Mt Vernon were entertained
at the home of Mr. Walston's
brother. S D. Walston, from
Thursday until Monday.
Mrs. Arie Radder and children
Clyde. Harold and Irene spent
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ed
Fetcher.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hulsman
and baby were entertained at
dinner Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schuyleman.
in Lynden.
Matt Meenk of Riverside cal
led at the Ross Davis home Sat
' urday afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Beernink and lit
tle son Lowell of Lynden spent
Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs Beernink's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mutchler.
Mrs. Leonard Lenssen and
Miss Jeanette Noteboom of River
side called at the Jake De Hoogh
home Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Elzie Tremain and child
ren Florine and Ray and Miss
.Theodoris Benadoni were enter
tained at the Roy Mutchler home
Monday afternoon.
Mrs Jacob Meenk visited Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Will
Vander Griend of Lynden.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cramer and
children Rita and Kennerti aut-i
oed to North Prairie Sunday
afternoon to visit Mrs. Cramer's
sister, Miss Mattie Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Neevel and
i little daughter Frances of Bel-
ry \ lingham spent Tuesday with Mrs.
NMTtl'l parents, Mr. and Mrs.
3 Gerrit Top.
Mrs. John Oltman left for Se
-4 dro Woolley Sunday to spend a
week with her parents. Mr. and
i Mrs. Anderson.
0 I Mr.• and Mrs. Leonard Lenssen
c and sons Theodore and Cornelius
were entertained at the home of
a Mrs. Lenssen's brother. Mr. Ger
-1 rit Noteboom and family, of Riv
s erslde, Wednesday evening.
a j Mrs. Roy A. Mutchler spent
| Wednesday evening with her
i daughter Mrs. Ben Oltman.
t I Mrs. Will Blowers spent Wed
i inesday afternoon at the Fred
j Rose home.
, I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cramer and
t children Rita and Kenneth aut
[ioed to Bellingham Friday of last
week.
Peter Van Dyke made a busi
. I ness trip to Bellingham Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lenssen
I and sons Cornelius and Henry
Lie Motts of Lynden visited Sat
t | urday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
, C. M. Huisman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Landaal
and Mr. Henry Landaal, all of
[j Lynden, spent Sunday evening
. | with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Landaal.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Blowers
jand son Alvali, Mr. and Mrs.
James Bailey and children, Doris
. Clarence and Victor spent Sun
. ; day at Birch Bay.
. Henry De Motts of Lynden
'spent from Saturday until Sun
day with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
I , and Mrs. Leonard Lenssen.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meenk
were dinner guests of Mr. and
, Mrs. E. A. Kampen of Lynden
Friday evening.
Miss Elsie Oltman of Belli;,g
hani spent Sunday with home
i folks.
Mrs. Fred Rose and daught' r
Katherine visited Friday after
j noon with Mrs. Bernard Olt-na)-
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bayard !r*jrf .tt
and daughter Dorothy, rl Gren
dale spent Sunday f.ftern'oon
I with Mrs. Pyeatt's slater, Mrs.
Bert Landaal.
Mr. Carl Eisner s' .. Miss Mm!-
-! nle Eisner and Mr Fred Eisner
j returned Wednesday from Lewis
County where they have been
! visiting friends for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDaniels
jof Wiser Lake spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey, j _
Mrs. James Bailey spent Mon- i"
day afternoon at the Paul Bailey IF
home. c
Mr. Jake Roosma was taken 4
to Bellingham Tuesday. 8
Miss France Oltman and Mr. i c
Carl Oltman spent Monday even-I* 2
ing at the J. R. Courtney home. 8
Mr. J. R. Courtney, Marvin. s
Delia and Clay Courtney. Mr.!?
: anu Mrs. Arthur t'rfer and child- I]
I ren autoed to Skagit County on j 1
Sunday to attend the base ball IS
I rsme between Lynden and Edi- ! 1
•on. \ e
Miss Katherine Rose spent 1
| last week with her grand parents j•
I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson.
!of Lynden. ]
j Miss Minnie Eisner is staying
with her sister at Ten Mile this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Meenk, Ja
i cob Morse. Margrett, Albert, Ad-j I
rianna and Clarence Meenk were j I
entertained at the C. M. Huis-! I
man home Friday evening. I
Among those who attended ' t
the dairymens picnic at Corn- j -
wall Park Saturday were Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Meenk and son Er-
I nest, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Len-j
•sen and children Theodore and,*
Cornelius.
No. 4744
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
;In the Superior Court of the;
State of Washington In and
for the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Nick Haveman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
| the undersigned has been ap
pointed executor of the last will
ja&d testament of Nick Haveman,
'deceased, and has duly qualified
;as such, and that all persons
having claims against said de
i ceased or his estate are required
to serve the same upon the un- I
dersigned executor, he being also
. the attorney of record, at his of- ,
flee in Lynden. Washington, and i
! file the same with the clerk of!
tho above named court, together
v .lh proof of such service Within I
six months after the date of the;
lirst publication of this notice
or the same will be forever bar-;
i red.
Dated this 29th. day of June.
If 22.
R. B. LE COCQ.
Executor of the last will -
and testament of Nick
Haveman, deceased.
First Publication June 29, 1922
Last Publication July 20, 1922.
No. 4745
\OTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington In and for
the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Bernhard Oltmanns, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
Carolina Oltmanns, has been ap-
FOR
GOOD SHOES
FOR ALL THE
FAMILY
GO TO
E. 0. WICKHAMS
NEW STORE
sth and Front St.
"We Repair Shoes Right"
Special!
Bathing Suits
A special display of all-wool bath
ing suits, novelty and plain
HUM and colors, a good range
of sizes, reduced for < learance
to «s.lH> each.
pointed as administratrix of the
estate of Bernhard Oltmanns, de
ceased, and has duly qualified as
such, and that all persons having
claims against the said deceased
or his estate are required to
serve the same upon the under
signed or her attorney of record
at his office in Lynden, Wash
ington, and file the same with
the clerk of the above court, to
gether with proof of such ser
vice, within six months after the
date of the first publication of
this notice, or the same will be
forever barred.
Dated this 2 9th. day of June.
1922.
CAROLINA OLTMANNS.
Administratrix of the
estate of Bernhard Olt
manns, deceased.
First Publication June 29, 1922.
Last publication July 20. 1922.
R. B. LE COCQ,
Lynden, Washington,
Attorney for Administratrix.
No. 4202
NOTICE OF HEARING
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and
for the County of Whatcom.
In the matter of the estate of
John Hakansson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of John Hakansson, de- j
ceased, has filed his Final Report
and Petition for Distribution and
Discharge as administrator with ,'
the -eterk of the above named
court; that said court is asked
to settle said report and account,
distribute the estate to the per
sons entitled thereto and dis
charge said administrator; and
that Monday the 17th day of July
1922, 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 interested in said
estate may file objections or con
test the same.
Dated this 19th day of June,
1922.
FRANK E. KNAPP.
Administrator of the Es
tate of John Hakansson,
deceased.
First Publication, June 22, 1922.
Last Publication, July 13. 1922,
P.. B. LE COCQ,
Lynden, Washington,
Attorney for Administrator. j
No. 4739
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1
In the Superior Court of the,
State of Washington, in and
for the County of Whatcom.
In the matter of the Estate of
Wilhelmina B. Schuyleman, de
ceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
aB executor of the last will and
testament of Wilhelmina B.
'Schuyleman, deceased, and has
duly qualified as such, and that
all persons having claims against
Baid deceased or her estate are
required to serve the same upon
the undersigned executor or his
attorney of record at his office
; below stated in Lynden, Wash
ington, and file the same with
the clerk of the above entitled
court, together with proof of
such service within six months
after the date of the first publi
cation of this notice or the same
' will be forever barred.
Dated this 15 th day of June.
1922.
ADRIAN VERBRUGGE,
Executor of the last will
and testament of Wil
helmina B. Schuyleman.
deceased.
First publication June 15, 1922.
Last Publication July 6, 1922.
R B LE COCQ,
'lynden, Washington.
I Attorney for Executor.
Exclusively Women's, Muses'. Children's and Infants'
Ready-to-Wear Apparel and Accessories
July Clearance
Semi-Annual Mid-Summer Clearance Sale on all suits,
coats, white footwear, dresses, and on many extra
special groups, including wool bathing suits, fine silk
lingerie, children's muslin gowns and pajamas, wom
en's and misses' percale slip-on aprons and apron
dresses, etc., etc.
$5.00
Bring the whole family. This is the most
LIBERTY THEATRE, LYNDEN
A TRIBUNE WANT AD COSTS ONLY 25c
of cookies enables us to carry in stock a
large variety of plain and fancy cakes at at
tractive prices. Owing to the fact that we
buy often and in small quantities, our stock
is always fresh. We have—
Mothers' Cookies, dozen 10c
Macaroons, dozen 15c
Spiced Jumbles, lb 25c
Fig Bars, lb 25c
Chocolate Imperial, lb 40c
SPECIAL—3 DOZ. KIDDY-CAKE 25 CTS.
We specialize in FRESH Vegetables and
Fruit. Cabbage, Cauliflour, cucumbers, peas,
carrots, beets, new potatoes, head lettuce,
berries, etc.
CANTALOUPE 2 for 25c
Best "Sunkist" Lemons, 40c dozen
Oranges at. per dozen 40c and 60c
A Fresh Stock of Genuine Goteberg Sausage
"As Near as Your Phone
PHONE M 29
FUN!
WESLEY BARRY
IN "SCHOOL DAYS"
humorous play you ever saw.
NEXT TUESDAY
Our Big Sale
BERRY CRATES AND BOXES
JAGER AND BREEN
PAGE THREE
You will find it worth
while to investigate
these clearance values
as the prices have
been made very low
to clear stock, and
all merchandise on
sale is of the well-
known Wahl quality.
Suits at
$10.00
LYNDEN, WASH.

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