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The KOHLER Automatic
operates without storage batteries
You can now produce your own electricity without the
trouble and expense of maintaining a large bank of glass
cell storage batteries—with the Kohler Automatic.
The dependable Kohler Automatic plant produces stand
ard 110 volt electricity for power and light without any
storage batteries, except a small, automobile-type, used
for starting the engine.
With the Kohler Automatic you can have ample elec
tricity for furnishing cheerful electric light, operating
a running water system and for using standard house
hold and power electric appliances.
Simply the turn of any button on the circuit starts the
Kohler Automatic producing electricity. Send for illus
trated literature. Come in and see the plant in operation.
ISo Storage Batteries HO Volt* Automatic 150Q Watte
1313 R. R. Aye., Bellingham Phone 55
for Men and Young Men
PU B LlO SA L E
The undersigned will sell at public auction on what is known as the Simondson place, 1%
miles east of the Hannegan road, V/ 2 miles west of the Everson-Goshen road at the
corner of the Smith and Starr roads, the fol-lowing described property, on
THURSDAY, OCT. 20
13 HEAD LIVESTOCK
6 MILK COWS —1 due to freshen soon; 3 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, com
ing 2 years old; 1 GUERNSEY HEIFER; 1 JERSEY BULL CALF.
1 SPAN BUCKSKIN MARES—7 and 8 years old, wt. 26001b, guaranteed true as steel.
Wagons, Implements, Etc.
1 set double work harness; 1 3-in. Bain wagon; 1 new hay rack; 1 combination wood and
hay rack; 1 Viking cream separator; 1 new Jno. Deere 10x16 disc harrow; 1 new 60-
--tooth harrow; 1 14-inch walking plow; 1 5-shovel cultivator; 1 5-gallon cream can; 1
10-gallon cream can; 1 post-hole digger; 100 feet 7-8 rope; 2 hay rope pulleys; 9 tons
oat hay; 6 young TURKEYS, and other articles too numerous to mention.
All sums of $10.00 or under, Cash. On all sums over $10.00,
6 months time will be given on approved bankable notes bear
ing 8 per cent interest. All goods must be settled for before removal. Parties desiring
credit should see the clerk before the sale.
TERMS OF SALE:
J. H. Grassmeyer
M. VANDER GRIEND, Auctioneer
COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK, P. M.J
TiiS LYNdkn tribune, L¥Mden, Wash., Thursday, oct. is. 1021
Mrs. George Leake and little son
! Lewis, spent Monday at the J.Troost
Mr. and Mm. P. A. Clarke and Mr.
T. H. Jones of North Prairie; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hogers and Miss Lyda
Hand, of Custer, were Sunday dinner
guests at the A. C. Palmer home.
Miss Evelyn Scrimger called on
Nellie Bovendam Friday afternoon.
Mr, Lacy has sold his farm to Mr.
Hiram Willets of Wickersham. anil
expect! to leave soon for Long Beach
Mr. and Mrs. J. Swope and daugh
ters Mabel and Elsie, visited at the
('. Scribner home at .N'ooksack, Sun
Mr. and Airs. G. Van Weerdhuizen
were Sunday callers at the L. C. Cook
resilience at Lynden.
Dr. and Airs. F. H. Johnson and
Aliss Helga Dahl, of Hellinghani were
!guests at the N. Jordal home Sunday
i Aliss Bella Dean spent Sunday
afternoon with Arlio and Vernita
Matilda and Zenna Pugh, Lela
Tharp and Lena Kuchenreuther were
Visitors at the Lacy home Sunday.
Aire. Better and children of Bell
ingham spent Saturday and Sunday
lat the Heaton home. Air. Ecker anil
i Harry Heaton also visited there Sun
I Airs. W. J. Heutitik called on Airs.
| John Troost Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C!. Lacy made a
business trip to Bellingham Monday.
Mrs. George Bruce and children j
jof North Prairie were Sunday dinner!
.guests at the J. Bruce home.
Mr. •and Mrs. Rathbone, Clyde;
Rathbone and Miss Antoinette Jess;
visited at the Tom Parrot home at
Jennings Stuurman. Arthur Jordal.
Clarence Lacy and Vernon Pearson
spent Friday evening with James
Misses Jennie and Bertha Troost
and Vernita Palmer autoed to Bell
Mrs. Cooley, Mrs. Abel, and Mrs.
Chubb spent Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. 'I. P. Jetl'ers.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Eelenbaas and
baby were visitors at the Heutink
home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Van Weerdhui/.en
visited at the E. Zweegman home
Airs. Swope (ailed on Mrs. Al. 0.1
Lacy Tuesday afternoon. ,
The social event of the week was
W. B. VANDER GRIEND, Clerk
.a surprise party at the M. Stuurman j
borne Tuesday evening in honor of
| Ruth Stuurman'.-; birthday anniver
sary. The evening was spent in
[games and music; refreshments of
sandwiches, cake and.cider were serv
!ed to about twenty guests.
j Air. Bert Troost spent Sunday eve- 1
ning at the J. Troost residence.
Mrs. Jim Fisher spent Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. Bovendam and family
[were Sunday evening visitors at the
lj. T. Havenian home.
Miss Thelma Ramsey of Lynden
spent Tuesday night with Alarcelline
Air. and Mrs. John Troost visited
at the Bovendam residence Tuesday
1 ' Mr. and Mis. 010 Iverson and chil- |
I dren spent Sunday afternoon at the
■ 1 Will Berger home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Scribner and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Scribner were Sun
day dinner guests at Mrs. Ed. Scrib
t tier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chan.
, ; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sumtnervillo and
'children visited at the T. J. MoPhall
Mr. Marion Thompson has been
threshing train in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anglin enter
tained Sunday in honor of Mr. and
[Mrs. Lee Kilgore, it being their tlf
jteenth wedding anniversary. The
relatives who amended presented
Mr. and Mrs. Kilgore witli several
j pieces of cbinaware.
: Mr. and Mrs. M. Bark, Alary Burk.
and Miss Frieda Mayer were enter
tained at dinner, Sunday, by Mrs.;
:Glen Pettit, of Custer.
Mr. and Mrs. 0, A. Johnson and
children visited at tlie Charles Kell
. «. .... _.... .
so homo at Ferndale. Sunday.
Andrew Nyman was a Seattle vis
i 1 itor last week.
Mr. Hoy Mauley was injured about '
[the eye while working at the Lind
i gravel blinkers.
Mlnta and Ruby Hamlin visited
Minta's teacher, Miss Jess, Sunday, j
lima Levitt Visited at the R, A.
McLeod home several days last week.
Mr. Keidel. his mother, Mrs. John-!
son, and his three sons have moved
from here to Oregon, where Mr. Kei
del has secured work.
Mrs. Alton Fenton and children
■pent Wednesday at the Chas. Myers :
Miss Edith Myers visited the Sun-;
rise school last Thursday.
Mrs. M. Berger who has been ill
for some time, is improving in health.
The threshers worked at the Sum- •
merville farm Thursday and at Mr. j
Pope's on Friday.
Miss Frieda Mayer has been doing
tewing at the Iverson home.
Every pupil of the grammar grade
room of the Sunrise school was pres-
Sat wry day last week
Adolph Glenman and Mr. J. G.
Johnson have been sick the past
week. Mr. Glenman has sold his
farm and is now staying at the Au
gust Nyman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Iverson and chil
dren spent Friday evening at the
M. Burke home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Burk received a
lettter from their son, Val. He says
that he picked one hundred seven ,
boxes of apples in one day.
Mr. Lee Kilgore was in Lynden,
Thursday. Mrs. Kilgore visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hender
Frank Flemming, a Blame but
cher, lias been butchering cattle in
Mr. Martin Burk was a Blame vis-:
I itor, Thursday.
THE NEWEST AND
BEST ROUTE TO
Every 2 Hours
8 A. M. — 6 P. M.
One Way $3.25
Round Trip $6.25
Double Your Savings;
It CAN Be Done
LIBERTY BOND COUPONS DUE
Have you any third or fourth Liberty Bonds?
The coupons on the third were due September 15,
the coupons on the fourth on October 15th.
You can start a savings account with a cou
pon. If you already have a savings account, the
coupons will help keep it growing.
Double your savings; it CAN be done.
PEOPLES' STATE BANK
Capital .... $40,000.00
D. W. BENDER NELS JACOBSON HENRY SHAG REN"
J. W. STEARNS H. J. KOK J. T. ZYLSTRA
P. J. VAN HEMERT
Puget Sound Power & Light Company's
Eight PerCent_Five-Year Gold Coupon Notes
WHY WE HAVE TO BUILD EXTENSIONS
DURING the lust live years the ntiittiicr of customers serv
ed by us with power anil li.Jii in the PugjH Sound district increas
ed a little more than 71 pec cent. Instead of serving a lew of the
larger cities anil towns, as we were then, we are serving today,
To supply these customers and lo reach these new commun
ities we have bail to increase plant capacity from 130,000 horse
power too 100,000 horsepower, Hie looad from 85,000 horsepow
er to 1150,000 horaepwer ami build hundreds of miles of new lines.
WE ARB SELLING SECURITIES IN THINE COMMUNI
TIES TO AID i s IX FINANCING Tills WORK OF EXTENDING
These Eight Par Cent Five-Year Gold Coupon Notes are
olfered for this purpose. Tiny ace on Sale at our offices, at the
leading banks ami brokers in the lllNtrict,aml nut)' be purchased
either for cash or on Easy Terms of ten equal monthly payment*.
ASK TOUR BANKER.
Fuller Information may be hail by writing lo or calling at
any of our offices.
Notes are now Ready for Delivery.
PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT CO.
Seattle Tacoma Everett Bellingham
"The House and Lines of
Service and Quality"
COMMERCIAL and MAGNOLIA STREETS
PHONE 376 —BELLINGHAM
MADE IN BELLINGHAM
Send in your mail order NOW. If you are not
thoroughly satisfied with this extraordinary val-
ue, we will exchange it or refund your money.