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DISHES AT LOW PRICES We have just opened up a big shipment of dishes of all kinds, that we are selling at very low prices. If you need anything in crockery, it will pay you well to come here. The assortment includes the plain white patterns, the oblong bakers, and the nappies scallops, as well as gold-band cups and sau cers. EMO COFFEE 3 LB. FOR $1.00 Take advantage of this special, all you lovers of Good Coffee. Emo Coffee has a fla vor and aroma that is most pleasing. We have priced it at 3 pounds for a dollar. O'CEDAR MOPS We now have O'Cedar Mops in stock— they are ideal for cleaning in the home. The large size is priced at $1.50 each. COPPER WASHBOILERS Our copper wash-boilers will give you many, many years of service, with the utmost satisfaction. The prices have been lowered way down. BARN BROOMS We have Barn Brooms, Scrapers, Shov els, Forks, and everything you need around the barn, men. Ask us about our low prices on Roofing Paper. STAR MERCANTILE COMPANY ED EERKES, Proprietor J. F. Laytham's PLATFORM I hereby promise the people of Whatcom County that, if elected, I will: (1) Enforce all the laws of the state, regardless of person. (2) Make the county "dry" by stopping all booze runners, big and little, working into or through the county. I am personally "dry." Appoint no man connected with the (3) sheriff's office in any previous administra- tion, but will appoint honest deputies on their merits and not on account of their political affiliations. (4) Reduce the expenses to the lowest point consistent with efficiency. cut belatedly made in the expenses of the sheriff's office should have been made long ago, and the present budget as cut should not be exceeded under present circumstances. (Paid Advertising) I can do this because Signed by J. F. LAYTHAM. The $2,200 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYND EN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 NORTHWOOD NORTHWOOD SCHOOL GIVES PINE HALLOWE'EN PROGRAM The best entertainment ever given by the Northwood school is what the Hallowe'en party at the Grange Hall Friday night was pronounced to be. The children of the interme diate and primary rooms under the direction of their teachers gave the following program: Song, Jack Frost, Primary room Recitation, "A Small Girl's Hal lowe'en Charm," Mildred Brown Pumpkin Drill First Grade Recitation "The Two Ghosts," Earl Snider. Dialogue, "On Hallowe'en Night" Intermediate Room. Song, "The Goblin Man," Elsie Knittel. Recitation, "Hallowe'en," Doro thy Brown. Witch's Drill Seven Girls Recitation, "A Jack-O-Lantcrn," Donald Brown. Pumpkin Drill Second Grade Recitation, "Jack-O-Lantern," Le ona Worthen. Quartet, "Oh, Those Good Old Pumpkin Pies," Mildred Brown, Hazel Tennant, Peter Buck ley, Donald Brown. Recitation. "All Hallowe'en," Ma rie Riddel. Ghost Drill, Eight Boys Billy Ripperda, Earl Snider, Mrs. Clarence Cavender, Peter Price, E. A. Knittel, and Merton Buckley were the winners in some of the contests that follow ed the program, and received prizes ranging from a stick of candy to an automobile loaded with pumpkins. The witch who received the guests at the door was busy throughout the even ing telling the fortunes of those who wished. All entered heartily into the sports and a delightful evening was enjoyed by every one. Much credit is due to Mis- Bes Hilda Top and Augusta Rip perda, who worked untiringly in preparation for the entertain ment, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Jager were Monday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bylsma. Mrs. M. O'Brien is spending the week with her sister in Belling ham. j Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ! Blank visited Mr. and Mrs. B. E. : Clow, former Northwood resi j dents, at their home in Everson. Mr. Walter Crabtree who is employed at Silverdale, Wash., spent the week-end at the home iof his mother, Mrs. Agnes Hinck- I ley. Mrs. Crabtree and little son jare visiting at the Hinckley home i for a time. Mrs. Jack Troost and Mrs. L. Be Koster of Lynden, Mrs. Gil bert Blankcnforth, of Everson, I and Miss Jeannette Radder, of Greenwood were guests of their sister, Mrs. George Haveman, Thursday afternoon. I Mrs. Mattie Bradley will ho I hostess to the Willing Workers Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8. j Mr. "and Mrs. Ross Davis were Sunday guests at the George Blank home. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and 'children and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson and two little daugh ters were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noteboom, of Lynden, were Sunday even | ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat ler Kragt. j Blanche Woriow attended the Bth i grade party in Lynden, Friday evening, and was the week end guest of Roberta Waples. Sunday evening guests of Mr. land Mrs. John Otter were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bajema and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otter land children, and Mr. H. Vander Wall of Lynden. Miss Anna Nymeyer returned Ito her home in Delta Friday ev ening after spending the week end with the family of her bro ther Ben Nymeyer. She was ac- j 1 companied by Mr. and Mrs. Ben j j Nymeyer who spent the evening lat tho parental home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Marchant were Sunday dinner guests of j i their son L. A. Marchant and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Otter spent ' the day Wednesday at the Henry Otter home at Sunshine. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby entertained Sunday for Mrs. Os goodby's sister, Mrs. A. W. Axel son and son, Herman and daugh ter, Katherine, and Miss Irene Duncan, of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bradley and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knittel and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saltz gaber of Bellingham. Harold Heglin returned to school Monday, after an absence of two or three weeks. His foot, which was injured by a gravel truck, is so far recovered that he can walk without limping. Do not forget the Pie Social at the Grange Hall, Friday ev ening, Nov. 3rd. The proceeds will be used to pay for the elec tric lights which have been in stalled recently. The next meeting of the North wood P. T. A. will be held at the schoolhouse Thursday even ing, Nov. 9. The topic for dis- j cussion is "Health and The Pro per Food for School Children." All are asked to bring in ques tions on this subject, which is a vital one to every family. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart entertain ed at Sunday dinner Mrs. L. Hel fries and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Terry and children of Everson. Harold Williamson was ab sent from school Tuesday on ac count of illness. Mrs. Sam Vander Meer and son Julius of North Prairie were all day guests of Mrs. Peter Kragt, Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Cavender and Mrs. Fred Shea were Bellingham visitors Wednesday. To celebrate the eighteenth an niversary of their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cavender, en tertained a number of their neighbors. Saturday evening. The time was pleasantly passed with cards and other amusements and at a late hour delicious refresh ments were served to the follow ing: Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred She.i and lit tle daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hus flocn and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tilbury and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harvey. Albert Harlander of Lynden. spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed. Thomas home. The mail route has been ex tended so that it now accomo dates the following families, who had no rural mail service: Hen ry Brunink, Lee Williamson, Har ry Otter, Frank Otter, Ralph Osgoodby, and Gerrit Assink. Many others have better service by the change. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hart shorn and Warren, lone, and Roy Hartshorn, and Glen Arbuc kle were Sunday evening guests at tho Ed. Thomas home. Notice of Hearing Before the Honorable Board of County Commissioners, of Wliatcom County, Washington. In the Matter of Drainage Im provement District No. 20, of Whateon} County, Washington. Notice is hereby given that hearing in said matter will be had before the Board of County Commissioners of Whatcom Coun ty, Washington, at the board room in the Court House in Bel lingham, said county and state, on the 2Sth day of November, A. D- 1922, at eleven o'clock A. M., of said day upon the Teport of the County Engineer in said matter, Which said report and the plat, schedules, estimates and other data prepared and re turned by said County Engineer in said matter are on file :n the office of said Board of Commis sioners of Whatcom County, Washington, and show the pro perty to be taken or damaged by reason of said proposed improve ment and the amount of damag es, if any, proposed to be al lowed therefor. That said proposed drainage system consists of one main ditch and live laterals, the loca tion and route of which are de scribed as follows: j Description of Main Ditch I Commencing at a point 250 feet east and 280 feet south of the center of Section 11, Twp. 4 0 N., R. 3E., W. M.J thence South erly and Westerly over the WVs of the SE Vi ■ and the SW Vi of said Section 11, to a beam bridge on the Lynden-Sumas paved road; thence southerly and westerly ov er the NWVi NWVi Section 14, EVs.. and NE Vi . and S Vss Section 15, and SEVi SEVi Sec. 16 to a culvert under B & N Ry., thence southwesterly over the NE Vi [NEVi, Sec. 21, ending and emp j tying into "a slough approximate ly 900 feet west and 920 feet south of Section corner common ito Sees. 15, IC, 21, 22 all in T. 4 0 N., R. 8E„ W. M. Description of Lateral No. 1 Commencing at a point ap proximately 610 feet east and 690 feet south of 1-16 corner be tween the NWVi Sec. 14 and NEVi Sec. 15, Twp. - 40 N., R. 3E., W. M., thence westerly crossing the section line between Sections 14 and 15 and connect ing with the main ditch in Sec tion 15 aforesaid. Description of Lateral No. '£ Commencing at a point 1070 feet west and 90 feet north of the Section corner common to Sections 14, 15, 22, 23, Twp. 40 N„ R 3E., W. M.i thence west 446 feet and connecting with the main ditch in Sec. 15 aforesaid. Description of Lateral No. 3 Commencing at a point 1060 ft. north and 520 ft east of tho sec tion corner common to sections 16, 16, 21 and 22, Township 40 N., R 3E, W. M.; thence southeasterly over the S SWVi, Section 15, connecting with the main ditch in Section 15 afore said. . I Description of Lateral No. 4 ! Commencing at a point 225 I feet south and (ill feet west of the NE corner of the SW Vi SW Vi, ; Section ll, % Twp. 40 N., R. 3E., • W. M.; thence in a general south erly direction over said SW'i 'SW Vi. Sec. 11 to connection with ■ main ditch. All in SW Vi SW Vi , ■ Section 11, aforesaid. Description of Lateral No. 5 i Commencing at the 1-16 cor . ner in the center of the SE Vi , . Section 11, Twp. 40 N., R 3E, W. M.i thence westerly 1080 feet, more or less, on E & W 1-16 line in said SEVi, Sec. 11 and con necting with main ditch in said SWVi, Section 11. aforesaid. The said Drainage Improve ment District No. 20 of What com County, Washington, is bounded as follows: Beginning at the SW corner of the NWVi of the NEVi .of Sec. 21. T. 40 N. R. 3 E. of W. M.; thence North Vis mile to the NW corner of the SWVi of the SEV4 of Sec. 18 1 thence East Vi mile to the NE corner of said SWVi of the SEVi: thence North Vfjmile to the NE corner of the SWVi of the NEVi of said Section 16; thence j East one mile to the N. E. cor |ner of the SWVi of the NEVi of Sec. 15; thence North one-quar ter mile to the NE corner of the NWVi of the NEVi of Sec. 15; thence East one-quarter mile to the corner common to sections 10- 11-14 and 15, T. 40 N. It 3 East; thence North Vi mile to the Vi corner bet. Sections 10-11; thence East 7-8 miles; thence S Vj mile; thence E V 4 mile to the corner common to Sections 11- 12-13-14; thence S % miles to the SE corner of the NE'i ! of the SEVi of Section 14; thence W Vl2 mile; thence S Vi mile to j the Vi corner between Sees. 14 and 23; thence W IV4 miles to; the corner common to Sees. 15-1 16-21-22 T. 40 N. R. 3E.; thence S J i mile to the SE corner of the NEVi of the NEVi of See. 21; thence West % mile to the beginning. All In Twp. 40, N. R. HE., of W. M. That said Drainage Improve ment District No. 20 of What com County, Washington, em braces lands and territory wholly within Whatcom County, Wash ington, consisting of about 1600 acres more particularly described as follows: All of the S% of Sec. 11, ex cept the East 40 rods thereof NY& and NVfeSEVi and SWV4 Sec. 14, NE Vi NE Vi and SVfeNEVi and and SVi Sec. 15, SEViNEVi and NEVi SEVi and SV4 SEVi Sec. 16, NV6 NEVi Sec. 21. All in twp. 40 N R 3 East of W. M. That at said hearing said Board of County Commissioners will declare in what manner and within how many years assess ments for the costs of said pro posed improvement shall be paid, if made, and will also at said hearing determine whether the evidence of indebtedness for the costs of Haid improvement shall be warrants or bonds, and will fix the time for payment of all assessments for the costs of said improvement, same not to ex ceed five yearly installments if warrants are issued in payment for the same, and be either In ten or fifteen annual installments if It be determined then and there that bonds shall be Issued for the same. All persons in terested in any manner In any of the lands embraced within the boundaries of said district or in any other manner whatsoever are hereby notified and required to appear at Baid bearing and pre sent their objections, either oral ly or in writing, if any, to said proceeding! and any matter or thing arising therein or from the same. By order of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Whatcom County, Washington. SAM E. BARRETT, County Auditor and ex- Offlcio Clerk of said Board. First publication Nov. 2, 1922. Last publication Nov. 16, 1923. No. 4837 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, In and For the County of Whatcom. In the ..'alter of the Estate of John Kortlever, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed as executor of the last will and testament of John Kortlever, de ceased, and has duly qualified as such, and that all persons hav ing claims against said deceased or his estate are required to servo the same upon the under signed executor, or Ills attorney of record, at his office In Lynden, Washington, and file the same with the clerk of tho above en titled court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of the fust pub lication of this notice or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of Novem ber, 1922. First publication Nov. 2, 1922. Last publication Nov. 23, 1922. HUGO KORTLEVER, Executor of the last will and testament of John Kortlever, deceased. R. B. LE COCQ, Lynden. Washington, Attorney for Executor. No. 4836 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Sttpei ior Court of the State of Washington, In and For the County of Whatcom. In the Matter of the Estate of ELECTRIFY! GRILL COOKED BREAKFAST PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Seattle Tacoma Everett Bellingham A Resolution Unanimously Adopted by Al bert J. Hamilton Post No. 7, American Legion, Department of Washington,, at its Regular Meeting Held at Bellingham, Washington, October 23rd, 1922. Whereas, it has come to the attention of Albert J. Hamilton Post that a malicious at tack has been and is being directed against the patriotism and the war-record of Edwin Gruber, a member of this Post, and Whereas, this Post at his request, has made a thorough examination of the war record of Edwin Gruber and has inquired carefully into the matter of his patriotism and has satisfied itself in all respects con cerning his actions and utterances before and during the participation of the United States in the late war. BE IT NOW THEREFORE RESOLV ED: That this Post go on record not only to the effect that Edwin Gruber served his coun try* faithfully and honorably during the war, but that his attitude was at all times entire ly in keeping with the highest ideals of Amer ican patriotism, that this Post is proud to have Edwin Gruber as one of its members; that this Post brands reports to the contra ry as either mistaken or false and calculated to deceive, and that a copy of this resolution be given to our Comrade Edwin Gruber with permission to use in any way he may deem fit. Charles Rlchbaw, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed as executrix of the last will and testament of Charles Rlchbaw, deceased and has duly qualified as such, and that all persons having claims against said de ceased or his estate are required to serve the same upon the un dersigned executrix, or her at torney of record, at his office in Lynden, Washington, and file the same with the clerk of the above entitled court, together with proof of such service, with- Less than the cost of the two delicious grill cooked eggs you enjoy for breakfast; less than the cost of a bowl of cereal with good cream, is the charge for the current that makes these foods ready for you to eat. 5c Five cents is all it costs to cook breakfast electrically. Other table appliances—toast ers, percolators and waffle irons, give equal service for a few cents. Think how the low cost of electricity brings to homes of even slender means the conve nience and assistance of electric servants. This appliance is now being displayed in our Lynden salesroom, open from 8 to 6. (PAID AIHVERTINIXG) The Legion's Resolution S on Gruber PHONE MAIN 35 in six months after the date if* the first publication of this no tice or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of Novem ber, 1922. First publication Nov. 2, 1922. Last publication Nov. 23, 1922. ANNA RICHBAW, Executrix of the last will and testament of Charles Rlchbaw, deceased. R. D. LE COCQ, Lynden, Washington, Attorney for Executrix.