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PAftfl BIGHT
Genuine Holland
Herring
We now have the GENUINE HOLLAND
HERRING—fat, extra choice fish—nothing
better the world over.
In kegs $1.50 a keg
Per fish 5c each
FINE BULK DATES
Just in—Fancy Bulk Dates, just as good
as the kind in the packages, and you get
all dates for your money—none of it goes
for labels, packing, wrapping, etc. These
dates are priced at 20c lb.
BRAZIL NUTS 20c A POUND
How's this for a bargain price on these
big, delicious nuts—2o cents a pound?
All choice nuts, too—fine for cakes and
candies.
HOLIDAY CRANBERRIES
Eat Cranberries —they are extra good
this year. We have them at 20c and 25c a
pound.
Grape-Fruit, Grapes, Sweet Potatoes, etc.
TRY TfflS COFFEE FREE
We want you to try Country Club Vac
uum Packed Coffee, a wonderful blend, at
40c a pound. Use half the can, and if it isn't
absolutely satisfactory, bring the can back
and we will refund all your money gladly.
Ask for Country Club Coffee.
NEW DISHES
The new dishes are here, and at prices
that you can afford to pay. We can sell you
a single piece, or a full set. We have the
popular patterns in the plain white, and the
gold-band cups and saucers.
STAR MERCANTILE
COMPANY
ED EERKES, Proprietor
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY—
Seattle Star, f 3.50 a year. Sub.
scribe at Tribune office.
He's in a Hurry!
Watch him run. He's on his way up to
the B. B. Garage to get a service battery to
start his car this cool morning. He forgot
all about his battery, until it went on a strike.
The winter time is the hardest period of
the year on a battery, and you can save a
good deal of trouble by letting us inspect it,
and keep it in good shape for you. This is
an authorized Willard Battery Service Sta
tion, equipped to take care of and repair all
makes of batteries.
Don't take a chance with your battery—
drive in today for service.
B. B. GARAGE AND
SERVICE STATION
BECHTEL & BALDWIN
SUBSCRIBE FOR THK HERALD
AT THE TRIDUNE OFFICE.
FOUND — Two license plates. In
quire Tribune.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922
DELTA & SUNSHINE
JOHN KOK BKGINB
I BUILDING FINK BUNGALOW
John Kok has begun the erec
tion of a fine new residence on
his ranch in the Delta district.
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Johnson and Mrs. Einar Lind
quist and son, motored to Ken
dall to visit their sons, Melvin
and Abon Johnson, and their
families.
The Economics Club met last
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
G. W. Bollen. Cake sandwiches,
and coffee was served to Mrs. H.
Berthuson, Mrs. Sena Marenda,
Mrs. Henry Boice, Mrs. Fred De
Hoogh, Mrs. J. F. Helgath, Mrs.
W. H. Jackman, Miss Orel Jack
man, Miss Kate Pugh, and Mrs.
Henry Vander Yacht. The next
meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Henry Boice on
the 6th of December.
Mr. and Mrs. George Worthen
and daughter Mary and Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Worthen and son
Jerry were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Berthuson
of Sunshine.
Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bloom
quist of Ferndale were the din
ner guests Monday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Axling.
Those having perfect attend
ance records during the past
month at the Sunshine school
are as follows: Wilma Fullnor,
Berdina and Albert Assink; Ar
diss and Clyde Benson; Carrie
and Eric Nystrom; Vivian and
Edna Vander Yacht; Bernice,
Phyllis, Dorothy and Harold Day;
Amice Komen; Olive Berthu
son; John and Richard Bedllng
lon; Vernon Benson; Doyle Van
ider Yacht.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bovendam and
famSy and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Iloltrop and daughter Fern weie
cailcis at the home of Mr. John
Holtrop, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Vander Moy
and sons, were guest 3at the
JaUo Dykeman home, Thursday
evening.
Mrs. O. C. Knittel tnd chil
dren, went to Bellingham Sunday
to visit a couple of weeks wi'Ji
Mrs. Knittel's cousin and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mur
phy.
Mr. and Mrs. August Czen
kusch and daughter Lena were
entertained on Sunday by Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Petit of Custer.
Hartwig Westlund who has
been working during tho fruit
season at Wenatchee, returned
to his home last Friday. He was
well impressed with the country
in that part of the state, but
i was glad to get back to Delta.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Axling
very pleasantly entertained on
Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Palmer of Kendall, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Hogan of British
Columbia.
Mr. Van Wyck of Olympia Is
spending the week end with his
bachelor friend, Mr. M. Dermody.
Miss Kate Pugh went to Mt.
Vernon last Saturday to visit
friends, returning Sunday ev
ening.
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Olson of
Vancouver, B. C, Mrs. F. Eric
son of Bellinham, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. Pugh and Mrs. J. Fro
berg and son Henry, spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Markstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Axling
spent Sunday at the John Ax
ling home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Johnson
and Mrs. Einar Lindquist were
callers at the home of John Ax
ling, Monday.
NO. 4463
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington In and
For the County of Whatcom.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Tryntje Helder, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned executor of the last
will and testament of Tryntje
Helder, deceased, has filed with
the clerk of the above named
court his Final Report and Pe
tition for distribution and dis
charge as executor; that said
court is asked to settle said ac
count and report, distribute the
estate to the perons entitled
thereto and discharge said ex
ecutor; and that Monday, the
20th day of November, 1922 at
9:30 a. m. at the courthouse in
the City of Bellingham, What
com County, Washington, have
been fixed as the time and place
for hearing the same, when any
person interested in said estate
may file objections or contest the
same.
Dated this 23rd day of Oct
ober, 1922.
First publication October 26,
1922.
Last publication Nor. 16, 1922.
PETER SCHUYLEMAN,
Executor of the last will
and testament of Tryntje
Helder, deceased.
R. B. LE COCQ,
Lynden, Washington.
Attorney for Executor.
CONCRETE
PRODUCTS
Culvert Pipe, Flower
Urns, Chimney Blocks,
Building Blocks, Lintels
and Sills, Pier Blocks.
We specialize is
DRAIN TILE
American Concrete
Works
Telephone 1761
Virginia and Grant Streets
Bellingham Washington
NORTHWOOD
INJURES FOOT BADLY
BY STL p PING ON NAIL
Leonard Radder stepped on a
rusty nail Thursday morning.
The nail was driven through the
sole of his shoe and Into his foot
far enough to be hard to remove.
After an absence of two weeks
Mrs. M. H. O'Brien returned to
her home In Northwood Sunday
evening. While gone she visited
her sister, Mrs. C. E. Basford
in Bellingham, and they both
spent a few days at Shaw Island,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Bruns. Mr. O'Brien and Vlvia
and Evern spent Sunday in Bel
lingham and Mrs. O'Brien re
turned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hyatt and
three children and Grandma Hy
att were all-day guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Yount, Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nymeyer and
children spent Sunday evening at
the M. Leeu' home.
Mrs. Hiram Brown and little
daughter Jewell of Bellingham,
spent the past week with Mrs.
Brown's sister, Mrs. Howard Wor
then. Mr. Brown spent Sunday
at the Worthen home and his
family returned to Bellingham
with him.
Mrs. John Otter spent Wednes
day with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Van Mersbergen, of Lyn
den.
The Athletic Association are
holding practice at the Grange
Hall Tuesday and Thursday ev
enings.
Misses Johanna Van Mersber
gen and Bertha De Hoogh of Lyn
den were Wednesday afternoon
and evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Bylsma. Ray Bajema
John Bouma and John Van Mers
bergen spent the evening at the
Bylsma home.
Miss Dora Jager visited her
aunt, Mrs. John Otter, Thursday.
Donald Brown returned to
school Monday after a week's
absence.
Mrs. M. R. Ball and Mrs. C.
Phinney and daughter Florence
of California, who spent last
week with Mrs. Harry Worlow,
have gone to the home of Mrs.
Worlow's sister, Mrs. J. A. Dun
klc, near Goshen.
Several from the Northwood
district attended the poultry
meeting in Laurel, Saturday ev
ening.
Mrs. J. B. Mortiboy is visiting
this week at the home of Mrs.
George McAllister on Indian St.,
Bellingham.
Blanche Worlow was absent
from school the first of the week,
due to tonsilitis.
Greta Rice re-entered school
Monday having returned from
North Dakota last week.
Mr. Leon Grim, auditor for
the Western Union Telegraph Co.,
spent Saturday night at the home
of his mother, Mrs. J. B. Morti
boy.
David Collart and Warren
Hartshorn were Sunday guests
of Earl Snider.
Miss Minnie Warrick of Bell
ingham called Sunday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Agnes Hinck
ley.
The negro minstrel show and
cap social given by the Home Ec
onomics Club at the Grange Hall
Friday evening, proved a suc
cess both socially and financial
ly. The proceeds will be used in
the club work.
The Willing Workers will hold
an all-day meeting Wednesday,
PUBLIC SALE
Because I am going to move to Bellingham, I will offer for sale at my place, 5 miles west
of Lynden, and \i miles west of Glendale school on Lynden-Ferndale pavement, on
Tuesday, Nov. 21st
18 HEAD LIVESTOCK
FIFTEEN YOUNG MILCH COWS—mostly JERSEYS and GUERNSEYS; four fresh
rest coming fresh from December on.
ONE 2-year-old SHORTHORN BULL TWO V/ t year old GUERNSEY HEIFERS
This herd is guaranteed against Red Water and Abortion and has been T-B tested.
60 yearling White Leghorn Hens; 1 Simplex separator; 1 Sharpless Separator; 1
1-horse wagon and Champion mower; some milk cans.
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer
Nov. 22, at the C. U. Brown
home.
Mr. C. F. Worthen and Mrs.
Edith Kimball were all-day
guests of Mr. "and Mrs. George
Gustin Sunday. Besides these
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Serl, George
Welch, Mrs. Margaret Tyler and
daughter Hope, Mrs. Jim Ehiers
and four children and Miss Mury
Worthen were Sunday callers at
the Gustin home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Price
and daughter Greta returned Fri
day evening from North Dakota.
Mrs. Price and Greta had been
absent about two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Austin
and son Lee and Mrs. Lee Wil
liamson and two daughters and
Virgil Jervis were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osgoodby.
The Neidhart Shingle Mill near
the boundary has closed for the
winter.
If the weather is favorable,
the patrons of the school, under
the auspices of the P. T. A. will
hold a bee at the school grounds
Tuesday, November 21. Gerrit
Assink will have charge of the
graveling that needs to be done
on the grounds, and Ralph Os
goodby, Ed. Thomas and Lew
Stremler are the members of the
committee for playground equip
ment. The ladies of the P. T. A.
will serve dinner at .the school
house at noon. All patrons of
the school are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ashton of
Lynden visited at the Emery
Tennant home, Sunday.
Mr. E. A. Knittel returned
home Monday evening from Port
land, Oregon, after a week's ab
sence.
No. 4837
NOTICE 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
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
serve the same upon the under
signed executor, or I:is attorney
of record, at his office In Lynden,
Washington, and file the same
with the clerk of thu above en
titltd court, together with proof
of such service, within six months
after the date of the fiist pub
lication of this notice or the
same will be forever 'jarred.
Dated this 2nd day of Novem
ber, 1922.
First publication Nov. 2, 1922.
Last publication Nov. 20, 1922.
HUGO KORTLEVEK,
Executor of the last will
and testament of John
Kortlever, deceased.
R. B. LE COCQ,
Lynden, Washington,
Attorney for Executor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Corner sth Aye. and Grover St.
10 A. M. —Sunday Sche.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. 13/ meets every
Monday eve ning at I. O. O. F.
hall. All Knights cordially invit
ed. W. G. Hemmingway, K.R.S.
COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP
60 Hens, 2 Separators, etc.
USUAL TERMS
Fred Johnson
For Real Economy
in the Kitchen Use
CALUMET
The Economy BAKING POWDER
A Big Time and Money Saver
Don't be led into taking Quantity for Qual* ~
Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of
homes every bake-day. Largest selling brand in the
world. Contains only such ingredients as have been
officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
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.
GAGE-DODSON CO.
RELIABLE USED CARS
We Specialize in Fords and Dodge Bros. Cars
We have Fords with or without starters.
See Us for All Makes of Reliable Used Cars. Good Terms.
Open Sundays and Evenings.
KEARNS & SW ANSON
BELLINGHAM
109 111 Grand Aye. Phone 882 Next to Fair Grocery
W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
When you bake
with Calumet you
know there will be
no loss or failures.
That's why it is far
less expensive than
some other brands
selling for less.
The sale of Calumet is
over 150% greater
than that of any other
brand.
BELLINGHAM

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