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A Big Success in a Small Tractor This Avery I t|«*Jlf tractor Is provins a tin sin 11— in practically every SIM c 4 farm work. It giv> sto the man operating a small tractor outfit the same certainty cf< rv.ee that Avon'owners arc setting froai the larger Avery maciuDC*. Thi« .~ ill tract ■-. 'ike the larger stirs of Aviry tract >rs. is built complete in the Averv factories. Has B powerful «- cylinder rrvct.r with extra »uo:.g crank •hafl and comtaectin* lsdsi**nl*o drs-cned for heavy-duty work. AI»o. cc itrif :gal gorernor entirely enclosed. ru""ing in oil — '■ ich-tension magneto— thtrtuo-siphoß eoolat s> stem -selective «!i lira t: \rt-:. --'.cr.--r. her a:-.d I all Ivat- K7Jmd etc Can also be equipped Jutla recently located belt pull.-y at a align additional exix-r.se. so that it can be Sled f< : all kind* si Utnter bet wot* as well a* field work. * thoroughly dependable, higl-.-crade factor at *a MU*ctiv« price, which in 4-Cylinder Avery .$495.00 F. 0. B. Portland 6-Cylinder Avery $653.00 F. O. B. Portland KOPPERDAHL IMPLEMENT CO. Dealers in Oliver Chilled Plows, Implements, and Cleveland Tractors Corner Magnolia and Railroad Aye., Bellingham JUST A FEW LEFT Because a few subscribers have left the county, there remains only a few Honor Roll Books to be sold. Information about them may be ob tained at the First National Bank. The following endorsement of the book was given recently: Bellingham. Wash.. July 1, 1&21 To whom it may concent: Thi« H to certify that Albert J. Hamilton No. 7, American Le gion. Department of Washington. ■Ives its approval to the book entit led "WITH THE COLORS from Whatcom, Skagit and Sn:i Juan Coun ties, AN HONOR ROLL." Mr. Louis Jacobin, the compiler and publisher of this book, deserves great rredit tor the painstaking and thorough manner In which the HONOR ROLL is prepared and gotten out. This work is remarkable for its accuracy and is as nearly complete as it could • .' it,.hi? made. 11 shoald ba borne In Blind that all names, records and I -.olographs were Included absolute ly without charge to the men them selves. Signed CHARLES F. LARRABEE, Commander . JAMES G. BARBER. Acting Adjutant. DR. OTIS. N. FARLEY DENTISTRY Office over First National Bank A LITTLE SPRING LAMB makes a very nice meal if H>'l yiuing. juicy, lender ami fine flavored. it will be if you order il from Ol lt MEAT MARKET We use cjiteful judgement in our buying :in<l are always prepared to supply you with the choicest cut* of the best meuts. r ITY MARKET Ray Hookstra, Proo. Phone M 22 »,ervice - Sanitation - Satisfaction FEED Before you BUY look at our stock and get our PRICES. BELLINGHAM FEED & SEED COMPANY IMB R. R. Aye. Bellingham, Wash. elude* regularly WC* MHMMtii t>? P'-> ! " form. seat, toot-box, drawbar, air-cleaner, —equipment that makoraofoUwraaMi UMIM toarge extra for. s ,Vea> is fit !<">( yon nttd a tractsr most. Sow is I*l iimt to gfi v. We also build another small tractor, the Avery Model M B" 5-10 H. P. *i»e with a ■ v.'.ar design. Ask for special circular* describing these machines or Write for the Avery Catalog and learn ab.mt the complete line <ft Avery Bjaehinerv. including these small model* and seven larger £!.•••» - I Avery reactors, 8-16 to SO-SO H. P. budt with "praft- Horae" Motors and "Dir.vt-Pnve Tranamtaaliiin Alto, Avery Roller-Bear" Ing Champion "Gi *ia-Bwring" fhresbers and Silo tillers. Avery Motor Cultivatota, Avery "Self-Uft" Plow*. -S< 1:- Adjust ing" Tractor Disc H..rtow and other Avery tractor-operated machine*. EASY TO BUILD FIRE ON ICE With the Understanding cf the Proper ties of Gas, It Is Not Hard to Create Illusion. Carbide or more properly, calcium carbide. Is a wonderful substance made In the electric furnace by heat ing lime and coke, writes U. Gernsbacb In Science and Invention. It is a hard gray stone-like material and no doubt familiar to you as the gas-generating medium employed in some kinds %Of bicycle lamps. When brought in con tact with water It instantly liberates gas, acetylene, which gives a brilliant light when properly burned. Tills property can be strikingly demonstrated In the following manner: Place, a few lumps of carbide on a block of Ice. Above the freezing point Fire and Ice Combined. of water (32 degrees F.) ice Is nlwayi Covered with a Dim of water sulticietv to start some action with the carbide The heat generated by the chemica reaction melts more ice, making Btort heat and generating more pa, so tha In a moment the lumps will have begui. to bore little boles in the Ice. If a match is applied, the escaping acety lene gas Ignites and bums with bright but smoky flames so that to the observer the ice appears to be burn ing. Since acetylene gas contains much carbon, when It It burned In the air without special burners, it gets Insufficient oxygen to burn up all this carbon. As a consequence of this richness in carbon, or Insufficient oxy gen, a veritable "black snowstorm" re sults in a few minutes. —Detroit Free I'ress. Piscatorial "Tr:ps." An ex-COrporal of the Twenty eighth Canadian buttalinu tells of fishing trips his company used to make on the Arras front In * 101 S. Each period In the trenches was known as a "trip." In April, 1018, the company commander was Capt. Salmon and tbi Lieutenant was named Wales; his batman was also named Wales. Every day the countersign was the name of n fish, such as Haddock, Herring, etc. Therefore these periods became known to the company as the fishy trip. Rjmarkable Recovery of Sight. Blind for ten years ■ Northtleld, Mass.. man awoke one Sunday morn ing U. find that he had regained his >ight during the night and could see as well as when a boy. There was no explanation as to how it happened. Colorful. A love of colors must have led a Miss White of Hants count.v, Nova Scotia, to marry a Mr. White. For after his death she married a Mr. Brown. She Is now engaged to marry ,i Mr. Grefn. Calling Cards. Latest Styles. Tribune. THS LtND.N TRIBUWE, LYNDBN, WASH., THIKyuAV, AUG. *5. Wi GREENWOOD The Greenwood School will open Monday. August 29. Teachers are Mrs. Nellie Milton, principal, and Miss Julia Gutknecht. primary grader- Mr and Mrs. Milton will move from Ten Mile to the Sol Johnson place this week. Mioses Mary and Esther Creaman of Chicago are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Knoll for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman and Mr. ; and Mrs. Anderson and son George of Burlington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oltman and family. Mi. and Mrs. Bert Landaal and daughter Imogene spent Tuesday ev ening witli Mr. Landaal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Landaari of Lyn den. Miss Frances Oltman will leave next week for iter school east of the mountains. She spent her vacation with lief parents, Mr. and Mrs. Den Oilman. Miss Hulda Nelson of Fairview vis ited at the J. Meenk home Friday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Landaal and lit tle daughter Emogene visited at the i Gerrit Schuyleman home in Lynden Sunday evening. Miss Doris aßiley who is picking berries and beans at Pride Farm No. 1 at Sumas spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey. Miss Elsie Oltman who is in train ing at the St. Luke's hospital in Bel lingham spent Sunday witli her pat ients. Mr. and Mrs. Berta Boatwick and ; family autoed to Cottonwood Beach Tuesday. j Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meenk and son Earnest and James Morieal visited with Mr .and Mrs. Matt Meenk a' - Riverside Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lenssen and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De Motts and sons Henry and Theodore autoed to Cottonwood Beach W< d nesday. Miss Bessie Hoftleier and Mr. Bc:i Hoftiezer. both of Lynden were vis itors at the Jacob Meenk home Fri- I d a >'- » Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge T. Towden lot the Rome district were entertain ed by Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Johnson and family Sunday. Mrs. Albert Kuutzen and children. I Miss Easter Pee!. Mrs. Harry Bier -1 nitik and baby and Miss Hulda Nel son visited at the R. A. Mutchler res idence Friday afternoon, j Miss Vernita Knight from Seattle, ; visited at the R, A. Mutchler home 'from Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cor.lin and family lof Bellingham Visited at Harley '.Johnson home Monday evening, j Charles Boehringer threshed for I the YSilOwing ibis wt-elv. C. M. Hubs (man, G. Bergsma. Bert Landaal. Mr. IKuhn, Charles Wagner, J. Knoll and George Oltman. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boehringer, j Mr. and Mis. C. M. Huisman, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lenssen and children, and Mr and Mrs. Jo? Cramer and chil dren attended the poultry meeting I Saturday night Mrs. Sarah Scott was entertained 'at the James Bailey residence on Thursday. J. R. Courtney called on Aart Huis man Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey visited Mr. and Mrs Will Blowers Wednesday evening. Mrs. George Conner and daughter IKathryn and Margaret and Mrs. Will visited at the Fred Ros, : home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob Meenk. Mlssseg Lois Meenk and Dena Colenbrander Put Some Real Jazz Into Your Car— Truck-drivers, and those who use lots of gas say they get more kick and more mileage out of SHELL than anything they've tried. Test SHELL out in your own car—you will be pleased with the in creased vim. We handle SHELL Oils and Greases here, and those quality KKI.I.Y-SrRINGFIELO TIRES. A IIAMI7 rAAITCTi MI7AI* Our lunch-room is operating now—nothing but good food ill A iIUiUL-tUUIIJiIi MVjAL. cooked in tasty home style, and served right. Honest prices, too. Try a lunch or dinner here if your appetite will be pleased with good home-cooked food. nr\Tnri VAITD DAAU 117 4 IT? That cloud-burst we had this week let you know if your roof VXJLS lUuK KUUr LLAiY. i ea k e d. We have that good CERTAINTEED ROOFING to fix it right again. Buy the best-ifs cheaper. Lower prices in quantities. See us. Real Estate. Insurance, Second-Hand Goods —"I Buy Anything' Third Street. Opposite Depot were entertained at the Lenssen r*s- Idence Thursday evening. Mr .and -Mrs. Will Blowers and son Alvah were dinner guests at the James Bail»y residence Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Conner returned in their home In Hamilton. Wash., this week after spending a few weeks at the George Conner home. Miss Marie Conner returned with them to spend a few days. Miss Delia Courtney spent Tues day afternoon with Mrs. Carl Fisher. Rev. and Mrs. Benadom called at the Blowers' home Thursday. George Conner left Friday for Skagit County to cut grain on his farm. Mrs. Estio of Everett. Mrs. Lam borg of Yakima, and Mr. and Mrs. Browning of Hettinger, North Da kota, were guests this week at the hp, J. Van Haiaart noma. Rev. and rMs. Charles Baker and 0 ly motored to Vancouver Wed nesday. s Lawrence defeated Greenwood S t i 7 in a fast game Sunday at the j. j li. Courtney farm. Mr. and Mrs. Osgood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boehringer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wag ner and children, Mr. and-Mrs. An drew Boehringer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trunkey of Bellingham, Mrs. Robe t Mulligan of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stowell of Seattle were Sunday dinner guests at the C. Boehrinee. • home. Mrs. Robert Mulligan of Seattle. ■ Mr.and Mrs. Leon Stowell of Ohio, and Mr and Mrs. Fred Trunkey of ■ Bellingham visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Knool and little! ■ daughter autoed to Yakima and Se USE SHELL GASOLINE Wm. A. Bauman Genuine Ford We Specialize. Why Experiment? G. W. ROBERTSON Telephon Main 11 Parts Prices Equipment Authorized Dealer BIG DANCE NEW PAVILLION at COTTONWOOD BEACH SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 27 BENSON'S ORCHESTRA With HEUN and His Latest JAZZ Variations iaitie iasi week, returntiMl Sunday, J. It. Courtney lost one of bta bejt cows tills week. Mrs. Stallard and son visited Wed nesday at the Wili mowers residence i Mrs Fred Rose and daughter Kath ryn visited in Bellingham Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Baifly and I son Charles spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mis. Will Blowers and ;son Alvah. SCHNEIDER CORNER Mr*. Mabel Martin of Lynden spent 'Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Willoy. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent of Friday Harbor are visiting their son. Van E Sargent and fault ■'. Prof. Smith of Marietta called on Wade Mori is Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Craiue left Lynden, Washington Iffaeadav for VaUimi They mad? in trip in their Ford. Mrs. F. Joslin and daughter. Inez, are visiting in Bellingham this week. Mrs. Wnde Morris visited in Be'- lingham Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kunzman o( Bellnghani visited at the oMrris res ' ideuce Sunday. Mrs. Green of Bellingham is Visit ing her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Kohler Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell of Belling ham spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sargent. C, A. Kohler has been ill. Richard Kohler has returned from Sumas. where he had been Visiting his uncle. Krank Kohler. Mr and Mrs. Wade Morris spent Monday* evening with Mr. and Mrs, George Willey. LOST: Auto crank. Return rttouun.