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rAGE BIX
INTEREST ON SMALL SUMS
There are few, if any, investments where
it is possible to put in small, odd amounts at
any time and have your money begin to earn
interest promptly as it does in a Savings Ac
count with the Peoples State Bank.
Here you can start with a sum as small
as One Dollar and add other amounts at any
time. Savings earn a safe rate of interest,
which may be compounded if desired. You
can depend upon Savings Account Interest.
PEOPLE'S STATE BANK
D. W. BENDER NELS JACOBSON HENRY SHAGREN
J. W. STEARNS H. J. KOK J. T. ZYLSTRA
P. J. VAN HEMERT
BLOEDEL
LUMBER
SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF
SHINGLES
In addition to our regular stock of 16-in.
5 to 2 Shingles we have stocked some 18-in.
5 to 214. Come in and look them over and
get our prices.
SPECIAL PRICE ON I*6 CEDAR
We have about 20M ft. of Ix 6 Dressed
and Matched Cedar at $12.50 per M, while
it lasts.
Our Delivery Truck is at your service.
Telephone Orders will receive
prompt attention.
C. K. Smith, Local manager Phone M 46
Blast
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT
'E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOUR3 fj CO ) tnc„ SEATTLE. WASH. f
CAPITAL, $40,000.00
AN LUMBER CO.
LYNDEN YARD
more stumps
per dollar
CHEAPER land-clearing has come
thru your being able to buy now
for a dollar one-half more powder
than you did before we could sell you
PACIFIC STUMPING
—the new dv Pont powder which has
been cutting down land-clearing costs in
this section during the past few months.
Every 50-pound case of PACIFIC
STUMPING has about 135 IX" x
sticks, —other standard stumping pow
ders having about 85 sticks in a 50-pound
case. You get 50 more sticks, —every
one doing the same work as any stick of
other stumping powders.
And there's no thawing and no headache
attending the shooting of PACIFIC
STUMPING!
Come in and let us give you an estimate of cost
of PACIFIC STUMPING for your land-clearing.
STORE INC.
THH LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922
DONOVAN
MILLS
FOREST GROVE
G. WEIDE FAMILY MOVES
TO FOREST GROVE DISTRICT
Mr. G. Weide and family have
recently moved in the neighbor- (
hood. There are two children,
Wesley and Winnifred, who will
attend school here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lawrence
and Mr. A. G. McMillen attended
the Warren sale of Ayrshlres on
Thursday.
Mrs. A. G. McMillen and daugh
ter Virginia motored to Geneva
Wednesday to spend the day with
Mrs. Alma West.
Miss Edna Lawrence of the
child study labratory of the Se
attle schools arrived Friday to
spend the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Law
rence of Walnut Hill Farm.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McMillen
and daughters, Jean and Virgin
ia, motored to Wickersham on
Sunday to spend the day with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Singer.
Under the auspices of the Book
and Thimble Clube, a delightful
Hallowe'en party was given at
the school-house Friday evening.
The decorations were of autumn
leaves and Hallowe'en motifs.
The program for the evening be
gan with community singing, fol
lowed by several musical num
bers by the 'kitchen orchestra,'
which consisted of Mr. Harry
Seidell, Arthur McMillen, Harry
Guckert, and Leslie Jones. Mrs.
Harry Seidell, dressed an an old
maid, gave a soliloquy on love.
Miss Jannette Smith, dressed in
gypsy costume, gave a gypsy
dance .accompanied by Mr. E.
Keith Ahrens, singing a gypsy
love song. A short play entitled
"The District School." afforded
much merriment, with Mr. Ar
thur McMillen as the old school
master, and about 12 older
people of the community as pu
pils, dressed as children of their
time. Miss Helen Haney and
Raymond Guckert, dressed as
darkies, gave a very amusing di
alogue. A cafeteria lunch of
pumpkin pie, coffee, doughnuts,
and cider was served with a
charge of 5c each. Guests from
a distance who attended the par
ty were Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Baugh
man, Mr. and Mrs. George Hem
mi, Mr. and Mrs. Williams of
Bellingham, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Ticknor of Lynden, Mr. and Mrs.
Hanbloom, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Mower of Goshen.
Mrs. Eleanor Rogers passed
away Oct. 3 at the home of her
daughter in Durand, Wisconsin,
at the age of 67. Mrs. Rogers
was a resident of this commun
ity for many years and leaves
many friends who will mourn her
loss.
Mr. E. Tingstrom was a guest
of Mrs. Annie Johnson Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meunscher
and daughters and Mrs. Fritz
Meunscher motored to Chilli
wack, B. C, Sunday, to be guests
of Mrs. Meunscher's mother.
Mrs. Harry Seidell w : as a Sun
day afternoon caller at the J. P.
Lawrence home.
Mr. G. W. Reams was the din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Guckert, Sunday.
Mr. Edward Guckert attended
a Hallowe'en party Friday even
ing given by his aunt, Mrs. C.
M. Young in Bellingham.
Miss Helen Hayney motored to
Everett, Sunday to spend the
week end with her mother, Mrs.
H. Haney.
Roy Froberg, who has been
very ill with scarlet fever is rap
ily Improving.
Mr. H. Larson and family from
Bellingham were Sunday after
noon guests of Mrs. Annie John
son.
Mrs. Andrew Johnson and son
Bert were dinner guests of Mrs.
Johnson's mother, Mrs. B. Oss
musson, Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Burgraff was a
Bellingham visitor, Monday.
Mrs. G. S. Hogan from Port
land, has been visiting her bro
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. David Corbett.
Mrs. Mary Burgraff and family
were Sunday evening guests of
Mrs. Annie Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahle and
Marie were dinner guests of Mrs.
Dahle's sister, Mrs. G. Sandness,
of Bellingham.
Mr. David Corbett has been
very ill for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cave
motored to Anacortes, Sunday,
to spend the day with Mrs.
Cave's brother.
DR. B. V. MOUNTER
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office In Dyk Building
IjYNDEN - - WABHINGTOB
THE
INTERURBAN
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1022
"Every Hoar on the Hour"
SEATTLE
EVERETT
MOUNT VERNON
BURLINGTON
SEDRO-WOOLLEY
AND ALL PODNTS.
Memorize This:
"Every Hour on the Hour"
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
TRACTION 00.
CLEARBROOK
, DALEY FAMILY ARRIVES
iIN DISTRICT FROM MONTANA
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Stonehouse
have as their house guests their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Daley, and little
daughter Frances, of Choteau,
Mont. They arrived Sunday. I
"The World Outlook," was the
■ttbject used by Rev. Course in
bll service, Sunday afternoon at |
the Clearbrook Presbyterian
Church.
A large congregation greeted
Rev. Karlstrom of Seattle, when !
he spoke Sunday afternoon at J
the Swedish Lutheran church.
Mr. A. M. Graves and daugh
ter, Miss Anna Graves, visited
their son-in-law and daughter,
Rev. and Mrs. G. F. D. Vander
Mcl, in- Bellingham, Saturday.
We are glad to report that Rev.
Vander Mci is still gaining in j
health, and able lo attend to his
paatoral duties.
Thursday afternoon of this
week, Mrs. Swan Anderson will be
hostess to the Swedish Lutheran
Aid Society.
Miss Amy Johnson will be hos
tess to the Junior Missionary
band at her home, Saturday af
ternoon.
The Lakesde L. T. L. will hold
its regular semi-monthly meet
ing Saturday afternoon at the
Higginson home.
Mr. H. E. Ehlers was a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Egley of
Northwood from Wednesday, un
til Friday.
Johnny Steele came down from
Maple Kails Saturday evening, to
spend the week end with his lit
tle daughter at the F. N. Hig
inson home. Sunday Mr. Steele
and his daughter Wilma and Dor
othy Higginson motored to Fern
dale to visit at the J. \V. Hunter
home.
Tuesday evening Rev. Course,
pastor of the Clearbrook Presby
terian church, entertained with
lantern slides showing scenes in
Blam, at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Serle had
as their guests over the week end
Meaara. H. Hatton and W. Welsh.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Merchant
are expecting their daughter,
Mrs. Lloyd McFarland and little
son Gene of Shaw Island this
week to visit them.
After spending a couple of
weeks with friends In Mt. Vernon,
Miss Victoria Johnson returned
home Thursday.
Thursday afternoon at the
Church parlors, Mesdames J. Mc- j
Kay and C. E. Merriam were
pleasing hostesses to the Clear
brook Ladies' Aid. A large num
ber were present.
Several from here attended the
Masquerade Ball given by the
American Legion In Everson
Tuesday evening.
Mr. Fred B. Ehlers is building
a cement cellar. Harry Clow of j
Nooksack is assisting him.
Covers were laid for a charm
ingly arranged dinner last Sun
day at the T. L. Parrott home,
OH the Clearbrook-Sumas road,
for Mr. Parrott's parents and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Parrott of
Nooksack and Mrs. Geo. Arm
strong of Spokane, and Mr. Wm.
Gulick, Miss Jennie Gulick. Mr. j
T. L. Parrott, Miss Myrtle and
Master Gwynn Parrott.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bates were
pleasing hosts for a few days last
week to Mr. Bates' brother, Mr.
Fred Bates, of Oregon. Eleven I
years had passed since the last
meetiiiK of the two brothers.
Teddy Weide son of Mr. and j
Executor's Sale
As executor of the last will of Lysje Buizer, deceased, the undersigned will offer for
sale at his place, opposite the Whatcom County Fair Grounds, Lynden, on
Saturday, Nov. 4
Automobile, Piano, &
OVERLAND TOURING CAR, 1920 model, light four; 1 Surrey; 1 Maytag Electric
Washer; 1 milk cart; 1 Planet Junior seeder; 1 lawn mower; 1 barrel spray pump; 1
set carpenter tools; 50 feet hose and sprinkler; 2 good hydro-carbon chicken house lan
terns; garden tools; and other articles too numerous to mention.
1 Malleable steel range; 1 Perfection Oil heater; 1 large heater for wood or coal; 1
Minn, model A, sewing machine; 1 kitchen table and chairs; 1 round dining room table;
6 dining room chairs; 6 parlor chairs; 4 rockers; 5 center tables; 1 Smith and Barnes
PIANO; 1 chiffonier; 2 dressers; 1 sideboard; 2 book stands; 2 clocks; 4 bedsteads;
springs and mattresses; 1 porch settee; 1 clothes rack; 1 gilt canary cage; 3 9x12 rugs'
1 rug 12x15; 1 Inlaid linoleum, size 12x16; Hotpoint electric iron; wringer; tubs; boiler
garden tools; kitchen utensils; lamps; dishes; fruit jars; crocks; etc.; etc.
Executor of the last will of Lysje Buizer, deceased.
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
Mrs. Geo. Weide, formerly of
| Everson, now living on the Ev
' erson-Goshen road, Is staying
I with his grandparents, Mr. and
j Mrs. John McKay and attending
the local school.
Mrs. A. Jensen, with Aunt Ol
ive Pangborn, as her guest drove
iover from Lynden, Monday,
\ spending the day with Mrs. C. E.
i Merriam.
The Clearbrook Ladies' Aid
| will meet at the church parlors.
I Thursday afternoon, Nov. 9th.
Mrs. E. M. Shirk and Mrs. E. D.
[Stonehouse will be hostesses.
Mr. Nels Johnson has a new
i Ford car.
j Mr. Cy D'Arcy has rented the
Joe Zigler ranch on the Clear
, brook-Sumas road, lately occu
pied by Mr. E. A. Leonard. Mr.
j D'Arcy took possession last week.
Messrs. A. E. Estergreen and
Harry Hinton and Mrs. Flora
Hatch will act on the election
board at the general election
! Tuesday, Nov. 7th.
School Notes
The Nooksack high school pu
pils from this end of the district
attended the Hallowe'en frolic at
Nooksack Tuesday evening. All
report a fine time.
The "Lucky Nine" Club will
hold a session at the noon hour
Thursday of this week. Friday
the "Live Wire" Club will hold
its monthly meet. <
Little Miss Frances Dailey and
Master Teddy Weide are new pu
pils of the primary room.
The school Mixer Friday ev
ening given by the Clearbrook
school was a success in every
way. A program consisting of
music, drills, and dialogues was
enjoyed by a large and appre
ciative audience. Following the
program, refreshments wore
served. Carnival contests were
enjoyed by young and old. There
were booths with pretty maidens
ready to serve the most fastidi
ous, with the most delicious can
dies, both home-made and com
mercial, cakes, pies, ice cream,
etc. For those wishing to look
into the future the fortune teller
was in waiting to disclose the
very truths. The fish pond to
try your luck for riches untold
was there and various other
I amusements.
NO HUNTING SIGNS—on sale
at The Tribune office.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Corner 6th Aye. and Grover St.
10 A. M. —Sunday Schc.l.
11:00 a. m. —Morning Worship.
7:00 p. m.—Epworth League.
8:00 p. m.—-Evening Worship.
E. O. GRIMES, Pastor
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Lyndeu
Lodge, No. 13Y meets every
Monday evening at I. O. O. F.
hall. All Knights cordially invit
ed. W. G. Hemmingway, K.R.S.
Next week Is !*..;l!> Plant ing Week
in Whatcom County. We are
ready to fill your orders for ull
the prize winning varieties at
the next blossom show. Our
store is located at 1311 Railroad
! Avenue. Ask for our price list.
American-Holland Hull) Co. Bel
lingliani, Washington.
COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP
Household Goods
USUAL T ERMS
Arthur Buizer
BULBS
TS not complete without a LANG Hot Blast
Range. Constructed to cut fuel costs. Thick
solid top —two lids only —heat and flames
forced entirely around oven, utilizing every
heat unit. Made of Armco polished iron.
Equipped with hot water coils.
The LANG Pacific Range it becoming the
most popular range in the West. Its sim
plicity and economy of operation, together
with its appearance an reasons for tts in
creasing popularity.
Us About Them—
LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, INC.
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. n
The very best value for long wear
at a popular price.
GAGE-DODSON CO.
BELLINGHAM
A TRIBUNE WANT AD COSTS ONLY 25c

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