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Statement of Egg Production in
Western Washington Contest Production of Pens (5 Birds) for July, 1921 123 Hollywood Farm a n %v V , 123 Tancred, D " % 9 119 Willi.,, H. It. . * £ Z ] M *u ,r " 23 116 Gilbert, Frank B. £ °" w 36 11G Harrington. B. C. S £ * m" 113 Klelnsmith. Mrs. H. C Z~Z laired Rock 113 Towno. William s r w , 113 wood, w; s ■ £ 5 I Leg f orn ' ~.,,„ . , . S. C. W. Leghorn 19 113 Wanrtck, Mrs Joe s <, w v » 112 Kinmont Poultry Farm g. <;. W . Leghorn 49 113 Hanson, .1. A s c w Leghorn i 113 Beall, L C _ s ( , w Leghorn n 111 Hands & Son.. William S . C. W. Leghornlo 111 Oregon Agricultural College Barred Rock 68 110 Towne, Paul B S . c. W. Leghorn 37 110 Leathers, H. M sew Leghorn "47 110 Boyd & Campbell s c . w Leghorn 75 10S England, George C s . c . w . Leghorn 39 108 Kent Selection Club s . c . w Leghorn 51 105 B Z R Poultry Farm S . C . W. Leghorn 50 107 Kevins, L. E s . c w Leghorn . 61 107 Maddux, Ernest M S. C. W. Leghorn .. 46 106 Parkins, W. E S . C. W. Leghorn 16 104 Kareher, H. J S . C. W. Leghorn 18 104 Coats, W. M s . c w . Leghorn 69 104 Wait & Son g c w . Leghorn 82 103 111-A-Hee Poultry Farm Barred Rock . 71 102 Maguire, J. R Barred Rock 29 102 Laymore Farm s. C. W. Leghorn 41 101 Ford, W. A S. C. W. Leghorn 11 101 Unsworth, Alfred Wht. Wyandotte 22 99 White Hen Poultry Yards S. C. W. Leghorn 80 98 Breed. Frank W S. C. W. Leghorn 15 96 Steams, J. W S. C. W. Leghorn 55 93 Schroeder, F. C S. C. W. Leghorn 57 92 Shaffner, Cyrus W S. C. W. Leghorn 73 92 Park, F. C S. C. w. Leghorn 27 91 Larson, Archie M S. C. W. Leghorn 26 88 Bauer, Henry S. C. W. Leghorn 5 86 Seidell, H. E S. C. W. Leghorn 70 86 Beernink, Harry S. C. W. Leghorn 12 85 Hammerbacher, Karl S. C. W. Leghorn 14 85 Maguire, J. R S. C. W. Leghorn 42 83 Gronewald, A. E Wht. Wyandotte 3 82 Peters, Ben* R. C. R. I. White 2 81 Brown, Herbert Wht. Wyandotte 65 81 Cadwell, Harold S Blue Andalusian 44 80 Mcßae Poultry Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 53 79 Hillcrest Poultry Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 24 78 Sullivan, Mark J R. C. Brown Leghorn .38 77 Thompson, Mrs. W. T. Wht. Orpington 30 77 Babeock, L. A S. C. W. Leghorn 5s 75 Oregon Agricultural College S. C. W. Leghorn 67 75 Highmont Poultry Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 54 75 Erisman, Mrs. E. E Buff Orpington 48 73 Allen, M. H S. C. W. Leghorn 23 73 Shepherd, William Wht. Wyandotte 34 73 Burnett. C. H. Jr S. C. W. Leghorn 72 71 Craib, John L. (4 birds) S. C. W. Leghorn 66 71 Ziegelmaier, H. J S. C. R. I. White 6 69 Young & Co., B. C S. C. W. Leghorn 21 68 Siegrist, D. S Ancona 63 66 Jurgensmeier, Frank (4 birds) S. C. W. Leghorn 8 65 Slade, Ray H S. 0. W. Leghorn 62 64 Henacres S. C. W. Leghorn 45 S» 63 Kokey. Paul T S. C. R. I. Red 33 55 Just-A-Mere-Croft Wht. Wyandotte 74 54 Shepherd, William S. L. Wyandotte 43 52 Holt, George W S. C. W. Leghorn 52 49 Williams, Mrs. Fay B S. L. Wyandotte 35 48 Mcßae Poultry Farm R. L Red 77 47 DeWolfe, Mrs. C. (4 birds) _ Wht. Wyandotte 60. 45 Cadwell, Harold S Black Leghorn 31 43 Llewellyn, G. (4 birds) S. C. W. Leghorn 79 Highest Producing Birds for Nine Months. 240 Merriman, J. W S. C. W. Leghorn 75 233 Beall, L. C. Jr S. C. W. Leghorn 49 232 Maddux, Ernest M S. C. W. Leghorn 200 232 Hollywood Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 27 232 Bovd & Campbell S. C. W. Leghorn 335 231 Breed, Frank W S. C. W. Leghorn «4 230 Coats,' W. M S. C. W. Leghorn 307 229 Seidell, H. E s - c - Leghorn 313 229 Hollywood Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 30 229 Merriman, J. W S. C. W. Leghorn 78 228 Oregon Agricultural College S. C. W. Leghorn 108 228 Allen, M. H s - c w Leghorn 103 227 Crail), John L S. C. W. Leghorn 295 227 Willis, H. L S. C. W. Leghorn 145 230 111 A-liee Poultry Farm Barred Rock 560 "26 Highmont Poultry Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 246 225 Oregon Agricultural College S. C. W. Leghorn 303 225 England, George C S. C. W. Leghorn 163 225 Hanson, J. A s c W, Leghorn 3 Highest Producing Birds for July, 1921. 31 Beall, L. C. Jr f. C w. Leghorn 49 29 Highmont Poultry Farm S. C. \\ Leghorn 246 28 Willis, H. L S. C. W. Leghorn 14 28 Merriman, J. W ■ £ W. Leghorn 75 27 England, Geo. C ■ W. Leghorn 14; 27 Hollywood Farm S. C. W. Leghorn 30 27 Breed. Frank W S C. W. Leghorn 64 ,7 Breed. Frank W ■ £ \^\«>™ « „„ ... v S. C. W. Leghorn 30, 1 < uT A S. C. W. Leghorn 265 27 Babeock, L. A Pens (5 Birds) Producing Highest Value of Marketable Eggs for Nine Months. ISS.W3 Merriman, J. W *£ *. Leghorn 17 33 377 Maddux. Ernest M ■> *• Leghorn 46 31.559 Tancred, I) * ( >V e * horn « ,1.378 Hl-A-Hee Poultry Farm ' 10.803 Holljrwood Farm r m ;! „,745 Hanaon, J. A • _ m fis 30.478 OoaU. W .. .. p Barred Rock 4 83.567 Kleinsinith, Mrs H. C 78 M.SM O«0ft r«— 10. W Leghorn 51 29 :',77 Kent Selection iruu Pens Producing Highest Value of Marketable v $ 3.276 Tancred. D. -™ Leghorn 9 3.225 Hollywood Parnt — »• ( , fn 64 B.QM Harrington E. C c w Leghorn 36 8.083 Willis. HL. g w Leghorn 17 3.067 Merriman, J. * g_ c , w . Leghorn 19 !"! ) V ,°, m, Mr, H C Barred Rock 4 3.004 Klelnsmith. Mrs. H. C Barred Rock 29 It.oo! Maguire, J. R. ■_■ g. r . W . Leghorn 78 2 979 Gilbert, r rank h Leghorn 40 2.979 Wear**, Mrs. Joe w Leghorn 1 2.979 Hanson, J. A _. . Hiohest Value of Marketable Eggs for Nine Months. Birds Producing Highest vaiuc ' p w Ueghorn i O 3 I !•**» Allen. M. H ,™ p w Leghorn 64 6.986 Breed. Frank W & w Leghorn 74 6.955 Merriman. J. W w . Leghorn 78 6.971 Merriman J. W g w Leghorn 313 6.944 Seidell. H. E. g. C. W. Leghorn 201 6.581 Maddux. Ernest M g Q w LeKhorn 75 6.870 Merriman J. W. - w Leghorn 200 6.862 Maddux, Ernest ML ~~ g w Leghorn 215 6.790 Kinmont IVultry F»rn _ Leghorn 303 6.748 Oregon Agricultural College - 4 _ 3 6.661 Klelnsmith, Mrs. H. C World Items FULDA. Minn.—r'nnncts of this ■eetlnll who rein haw formed what is heliewd to be the Hist farm tenants' otg.uii/a)ion. tl was agreed that all tenants should demand the same rental MgreeMente frota owners let the year It*--. The body placed the maximum rental for the cominc year at one-third of the small grain, two-fifths of the corn, or $4 cash un acre and $4 cash an acre for good pasture and hay ground. PUESCOTT. Ariz. — Tbe body of August Kaufman, automobile tourist from Pasadena. Cel., missing since August 10, wis found Oft the desert SO luib'K west of Congress Junction. 40 miles ■Mil of Present!. August 14. by Mo have county officers. Tbe mini bad perisrVd from thirst and exposure while searching for water tor two days, having left his family in Mm 1 automobile to await his coining. • • • CHICAGO, in. — The 19th ward political feud rlaimad Iti eighth viriiai August 14 *rh*rt frank Btnaeota whs shot ami killed In view ci bis two rlUMrea in tbe front of his borne. LONDON. —(invernint'iit control .if the BHI isb railroads, begun at the openini of the arorW war, ceased .\ ugust 1 at midnight. The stock holders of thf railway companies during the hint seven years luive had their dividend! gnat an teed an • pre-war busis. WHEELING, W, Va. — lUttoan wrideneat. mid five liUKincsri houses, including the town's telephone exchange, have been aeetrejed by fire. UI SSlA.—Famine and cholera are reported to be spreading rapidly in Russia, witb fie qtient battles occurring between the Bolshevik (Oreel and the starving peasants. I>A N'ZlO.—The arms and munitions fac tories at Danzig have been dosed by order of the Council of the League of Nations. * ■ * ROMK. —Arrangements to bring about peace between the Socialists and the Kxtreme Nation alists have been completed by Signor Dellicola, president of the Chamber of Deputies, accord ing to a dispHtch from Rome, WASHINGTON. —The senate finance com mittee ordered a favorable report on the Pen rose bill to give the secretary of the treasury unrestricted authority to refund the debts due this government from foreign countries amounting to about $ I 0,000.000,000. * * • BALTIMORE. —The board of trustees of Johns Hopkins hospital announces that the maximum fee for a surgical operation should be SIOOO ebd the maximum charge for hospital at tendance by a physician should be I week. SEEING THINGS AT COUNTY FAIR Fairs Established for Instruction as Well as Amuse ment. What do you get out of the county fair? A view of a fat lady or a big snake? An opportunity to show your prowess with a post maul by ringing a ijell at the top of a tower? . A kewpie doll or box of candy from :he spinning jenny and three shots at i colored boy's head with a baseball? Established for a Definite Purpose. Fairs were established to promote agriculture and domestic arts through competition and instruction, and most of them receive public aid for that purpose. The agricultural and domes ic exhibitions are present at every .air, and they offer opportunities to arm folk to gather valuabel ideas. Are you one of those to be led by a barker"? Just because the trays of plums, ap >les, and luscious grapes, or full-rowed ,'cllow corn can not get out in ■ front >f the tent and shout, that is no rea lOß you can not put in a pleasant and irofitable afternoon with them. Chat With Exhibitors. When you go to the fair this fall, di aet your steps first to the exhibit ents. Perhaps you grow corn. You may have exhibits there. At any rate ou will find men who have spacimens if their best product. They are likely o be in the neighborhood of their .ibles waiting for some one to talk to Stop and chat with one of them. Point 0 a blue-ribbon ear and ask the man sow he produced it, and if he is an irdinary human individual you will »c his eyes light up at your interest 'ossessed of a listener, he will tell you how he went into the field the pre vious year and selected seed ears from he finest hills; how he germinated ernels to see if he had disease-free eed; how he selected the piece o' tround best adapted to growing corn; ow he prepared tbe ground and cul 1 rated it to produce ears of prize winning perfection. You probably have ideas of your iWt), and in a moment or so there It likely to be a lively discussion, in which other growers will join. Baca will tell how he raises corn, or how he ,OUld like to raise it. Possibly farm era will arrange to exchange favorite :iri' j tios of seed. Lifelong friendships have been established from smaller ••ginnings. Next Year, An Exhibitor. The prize-potato men and the prize pple men and the prize-pumpkin men ill be Squall* willing to tell you how hey did It. Spend a day in this man er once, and the next season you will require no urging. You probably will he an exhibitor. Cattle, sheep, and swine exhibits tften receive only casual attention. tappOM, instead of glancing into the nens and passing on, you start early md go through with the judges. Size lp the animals and see how nearly your appraisal checks up with theirs. You can get a fair idea of how to judge tnimals for yourself when you come o make a purchase, and you ought to ;et new ideas on breeding and animal nisbandry. Friendships in Good Bread. Women of the family can take the :amp suggestion when they go through the domestic arts exhibits. New friend ships and new ambitions ought to re sult from conversations over the pro duction of a prize loaf of bread or a fine piece of needlework. CONTROL OF SEED POTATO DISEASE Tests Show Montana Is Most Favorable—Season Affects Disease. Source of seed and time of planting control the amount of potato disease found in a patch, according to demon strations just finished in the Yakimi Valley by George 1, Zumlcl. extension plant disease specialist of the stale college. In sections of the county where pool Standi of potatoes were obtained ii was found to be caused by the use o local grown seed. One field examined in the lower Tieton, where local grown seed was used for the part of a field showed 05 per cent of the plants were attacked by rhizoctonla and degener ate diseases. Where Montana seed had been used there was a fully 60 per cent better stand and the plants were more vigorous and no disease was present. At Sunnyside, on the farm of L. L. Hearn a demonstration was conducted by using seed grown in Eastern Ore gon, Stevens county, Washington; X a stern Montana, Minnesota, and Minnesota seed that has been in the valley one year. The results of this ;est show the Stevens county seed and Montana seed to be superior to the other three, while Oregon and Minne sota rank next with the one year Min nesota showing up the poorest. As to the time of planting, one dem onstration patch was planted early in April and fully SO per cent of the po tatoes were affected by rhizoctonia. Another patch on the same farm, using .he same seed, planted the latter part of May. shows no disease. NEW TODAY FOR SALE —FULLY EQUIPPED DAIRY RANCH in the Nnches Valley, two miles from shipping point on paved highway. Water tight ample tor irrigating the premises and the >*■ si in the Yakima Valley, Well improved with attractive hungnlow, electric lighted, w;t ter under pressure, two large barns; silo, out side stone cellar, and cream house, bunk houses, implement sheds, in fact everything cnmplett for anyone desiring to invest in a model dairj ranch. The ranch proper consists of 300 fterei and sixteen hundred acres range land affording early spring range can be purchased with thii ranch. For information and full particulars ad ' YAKIMA MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, Yakima, Wash. Dept. L. PORT ORFORD WHITE CEDAR AND MILL 1 am offering my 154 acre tract of titnbe land on Uogue liiver, which cruises 63A thou sand feet Port Orfurd White cedar, five millioi feet fir, 340 cords tan bark, with water powe saw mill, 4 thousand feet capacity, for 910,000 Water power site on property, other time avail able. Fur particulars, write Fred Cattfbetl. Gold Heath, Oregon. DAIRY FARM FOR SALE—33 1-3 acres ii Cherry valley; 18 head stock; S horses; al kinds of machinery: .") room house, furniture all for 818,000, I*B down, the rest on time at per cent; 88 1-:'. acres adjoining fur sale if re quired. W. li. Taylor, lMivull, Wash. Hurry.—2o acres, V% mile from Hollywood IV (>. store; close puveil Highway; D acres cleai'ed, good suit, ■*> room house, fruit, berries, garden, springs. It busses daily from Seattle. Cheap—come or writs. Corning. I [oltywood, Wash. _____ 9 Acres on Whitby Island; 2 acres in clover, 4 acres slashed; toe spring; en m unity high way ; one mile from school and boat landing. |1,000; half cash, balance 916.00 n.i.nth. fl pel cent. J. H. Foster. ttreenhunk. Wash, SOUTH AMERICA Write for free booklet telling my experiences ns successful bsndseeker in Chili. Address W. I'abrenkrog. l.os Angeles. California. Kust 4th. 208 a. Farm bargain; 160 acres; 21 head cattle, 2 horses, farming Implements; good buildings Price $8,000. Write Pan) Gehrke, Kainiei. Waah, Exchange—«o acres, fruit, alfalfa; fine loca tioii. Colombia View Ranch, Burbank. Wn ATTORNEYS Advice Free. A. Joseph Allen, Lawyer 507 Leary Bldg., Seattle. ACCOUNTANTS — CERTIFIED PUBLIC Hansen, A. 8.. g Co., 901 Leary Bldg. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING C V L GRINDING Specialists Oear Cutting Light Weight Fistci Work picked up at dorks and depots. Meduna Machine Works 21 Years' Experience. Mi EAST PIKE ST. BOXES AND CRATES Apple, Pear, Peach. Prune and Tomato Boxes: Egg Cases. Raspberry Crates, direct from the factory to you. Write for prices and save money. OLYMPIA BOX & PACKAGE CO. Olympia. Wash. CHIROPRACTORS Jepson, Dr. N. A., 507 8 Crary "Bldg. FRED W. RING, D. C, Ph. C. Uraduate Three Year Course Palmer School of Chiropractic. 400- i-a Leary Bldg. md and Madison. CHOCOLATE AND COCOA MANUFACTURERS Washington Chocolate Co., Cor. Pon tius snd Mercer. Csp. 3140. CASH ~REQIstERB DOWLINO, OEO. H., 1616 3rd Aye Vow and 2nd Hand Nat Cash Registers DOCTORS Jordan, Dr. J. Eugene, 2nd floor Hu tual Life Bldg. Main 1960. Tubercu losis, heart disease, epilepsy, diabetes, bright's disease, enlarged spleen, dis eases of tl.e liver and obscure diseases generally. DANCING ACADEMIES STEVENS DANCING ACADEMY — Private halls, day and evening. 4th Aye., near Pike DRESSES. APRONS, MIDDIES MTO. The Apron Shop. 4029 Arcade Bldg. Good Aprons cheap. Our osrn make. ELASTIC HOSIERY Made to Order. Kit Guaranteed Cheaper and Better. Write ns. F. O. GINNEVER, 501 Washington Bldg FLORISTS AND DECORATORS Hotlvwood Gardens. 1622 2nd Aye. POUT AN*t;Ki.::s—Wnh -j:. men fkng to ■reel I in tin* shingle uulN of me P» get Souml Mills limit-: company Hint 15 in tar 1 res* t ill btttNai tl j \.tut, the industrial sitee* (urn took 11 Him for the better in tins district. This makes the Pugel Bound Mills ,v Timber rompitny boxboard, pUnJftf ntlU tod sh ingh mill ni.einting. one ihilt nt the Ba\hoard ami the Witshinptt.ii I'tilp A Paper corporation run ning full time. SRATTLK, I uiversi'y ot Washington.— The (niversiiy oi Washington has added annlhei hiipter in its record of achievements. It now can boom of a student who uiujoied in Chi uene. This honor belong! to Alice lieresford f the College of Kdu.alKii. who passed ttie ex .iminatinn in Chinese ret enil\. '1 he examina ion was gi*en by I>r. M;o*\ if, Skinner, aasilt ant professor in the college of business admin stmt ion. with tbe assistance «*t Mr. Flu I,in. ii i liimse student. F Wlil IF. IJ > -Contractors bavv completed the it milch of rout connecting the lotrua of lah. Fail field and W.iwriy at a cost »-t ftlHHl, MOO. PA MU SK —A yield of 75 bushels in the acre of Jenkins club wheat It report ed on the farm of Faitiham. near I.a DoW station. N EWPOBT. —R. K. Crnccv h»l hia lift md his family hail a nurmw escape from drowning when they were caught in a Ijtrcc (rule at Camp Cowlea .Actsust 14. The heroic work of two boy si-outs. William John SOU, 18, of Spokane, and Wriiy F.irtmn, age 11*. ol Standpoint. Idaho, wai all that saved the entire family from death. I COt'LKE CITY. —The Coulee City t'oinuo j cial club members and their wives and *'u\u [lei ; were hosts OB August 14 to the DeWlpOpor Mil Habere of north central and northeastern Wash, ington at the proposed site of the Columbia river dam. The publishers, members of ■ uj No. 4 and No. 1 of the State Prcsw rs solvation, were in session at Soap Lake Au gust 18 and left there by motro the morning lof tbe 14th for Coulee < ity and th- d.on sit" PENDLKTON, Ore—Killed with what oor oner Brady believes was an axe. the body «>t Matt .lepson. bachelor rancher, was found in a well on his place, 1 .*» miles from Pendleton Jepaon'i absence Was hoi noted until a neigh ! bor. Deputy Sheriff Jim Dykes of Milton, rtis covered that the rancher's stock had not been tended for some time. He investigated am! 1 found a pair of shoes and a bat near tbe well |An examination of the well, which was ahal [ low, disclosed the body. BELLINGHAM. —One of the largest, if not the la' gest. shipment l - of shingles by water that has ever left this port was loaded at Ihe Bloedel DnnoVHU docks by the steamship An niston City, which berthed There recently. Tin shipment totaled 8,000,000 shingles, all for thi Atlantic eoust. 7EATTLE BUVEP'/ GUIDE] Olympic Foundry Co.. 5200 9th Aye. So., Georgetown Station. !te»vt nod light colt nf *ll kind* HARDWOOD LUMBER D. A JOHNSON, 24Mrist Aye. So. Deal m » m Hardwood Leather aud Flooring. Factory and Boat Lumber. HOTELS HOTEL ATWOOD Firm Aye. and Pine St. SEATTLE, WASH. In the Heart of Theatre and Shopping ("en ter. Uooiim With or Without Hut ho. Kate* $1.00 per Day Up. CLEAN. NF.AKKBT IO KVKitYTIIINU. J. A. Farnham and E, Taylor. Props. NORTONIA CAFETERIA Special Bunds, Chicken Dinner! Kvery !>»} Service from 10 A. M to 7:30 P. M naias 4th Ay. HOTEL STEWART J tie Hotel where you feel at home, tot and cold water and steam beat. SIT Madison Phone i-'J* FOR THE BEST dollar rooms iv Seattle go to NEW STANDARD HOTEL first and Pine. ilut and cold water; free phone in room a • ulevator service. A W. SANDSTBOM, Prop. RIGHT HOTEL First and Columbia, two blocks from oleman Dock. Rooms 75c and up. Mod v conveniences. Free phone in every ■urn. Phone Main 1521. Hotel Penbrook and Apartments Marion and 4th. Central fireproof and strictly modern Apartments by day or week. Booms, . 1 .no up. Apts., 13.50 up. A hotel for wife, nother or sister mid dad. J. E. Perry. Mgr. I rooms at the Hotel Reynalds. Special veekly rates. 410 4th Aye., Seattle. _ INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE We offer drat mortgage bonds yielding I |ier cent secured on improved real estute in the heart of the Portland, Oregon, buainea* district. Theae I ds are in fftOO MsC $1,000 denominations and are due in 1535 and 1036. Write for descriptive circular IILYTH-WITTER CO.. Investment Bunds 81- Second Aye.. Seatlle. For Dividend Paying lu\l'stmritls Call "i Write. HOWLAND & PEOERSON. 1314 Smith Bldg. Phone Ell. 3188 White Leghorn Pullet* 3 —tIMMj of ag i,an ii,-d iroui Tmaered Strata Trap-Neat I Parent mock at ll.flfi each; March and April haleh. Theae ure exceptionally line range raiaed bird* and well worth the money. QUEEN HATCHERY MALT-SYRUP- HOPS BOTTLERS. SUPPLIES Sperisl Mail Order Service. We ship C. O. D. if desired, via express or parcel post. C. O. HART Itf University Seattle SEATTLE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRO PLATING CO. NICKEL AND SILVER PLATING ELECTROPLATING. NICKEL, Copper, Brass. Gold snd Silver. Lacquering snd polishing and ozyditing of all kinds. ».nto Psrta. 1811 R»h A»e (rear! Grocery InHin —Fine [hrufcg for 1500 alio other Bminesi fiousei ia Seattle. Mr , Rehlint. 212 Ho»-> Bldg Annul I Tnltleware and auto trimming and reflee I tora ailtered. H. P. Hughei. ISIH Ctb Are Northwest News FOUNDRIES—Iron MISCELLANEOUS WE CAN SUPPLY SEATTLE. WASH. FRUIT DISEASE INVADES STATE Silver Leaf Found in Many Place*—Control Meas ures Given. Silver is all right in its place, but when the leaves of a tree take on a silvery look, the future of that tree may be doomed. The silver leaf dis ease has made its appearance iii many localities in the stat.' of Washington this year. It has never caused much damage in Ibis state, but in Kaglund serious damage has resulted, and for .hat reason it is best to keep it in control here. As the name indicates, the disease appears as a silvering of the leaves and occurs on such plants as spireae, plums, apples, gooseberries, currants and the like. It is caused by a fun gus, the same that causes the decay ing of the wood, and gains entrance to the trees through wounds, either in the limbs, trunk or the roots. The method of control is severe, and as recommended by George L. Zundel. extension plant disease spe cialist of the State College, all badly diseased trees should be cut down and burned, since the fungus thrives in the dead wood, produces spores and causes further infection. Where only local limbs are infect 3ii they should be cut oft some dis tance below the diseased spots and burned at once. Treat the wound at once with tar, creosote or some other ,'ood disinfectant. Remove all dead wood from the orchard, as it is a good .ilace for the fungus to live. There aro some varieties of fruit which re sist the disease, these should be noted .Hid used whenever possible. 1 give scientific treatment to ailinentr that elu-uiulier feet. DR. L'H ISE FOI.SUU Chiropodist 1f.114 3rd Aye. Sesltle. Wash. TREES SHRUBS ROSES BERRIES BEgg Toppenish Wash iTT^* St. Panl Stove Repair 00. ilttH Pike St. PATENT ATTORNEYS lr« Barnes, registered patent attar icy. Eipert assistance, inventions de veloped, searchea, advice. 609 Pioneer Hid* MASON, FENWICK & LAWRENCE, Burke B. PATENT and " TRADEMARK EXPERTS Oura Bldg. Wub., D. C, Woolwenb Hide.. N. V Barry Bowen fe 00. Designing. efflei ency, mechanical, conaulting, engine, ■ Inventions developed, searches Tnf., . ti.in free. 28th Floor Smith Rid* BAVINOS AND LOANS Trades Union Savings i Loan Assn., 811 Und Aye. Successfully operated h) working men. Resources over $800,000 Dividends paid semi-annually. SHOE REPAIRING- Land is Shoe Repair System, 412 Union St, Mai] tlicm to us. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES AFFILIATED COLLEGES OF Of NATURAL THERAPEUTICS Teach and Practice SANIPRACTIC For Information Wrile DR. D. E. McARTHUR, President DR. L. R HOULLS. Secretary Thompson Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. MEN. "WHY NOT LEARN THE BAR HER TRADE? We can teach you in few week*, mid pin re you in good position. Bar bers aie makilll from >80 to $45 weekly. Our graduates ilwayi In fciHinil, Write und l*H n pftow you the opportunities of the Barber Trade. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 223 Occidental Avenue, Seattle 413 Tr-nt Avenue. Spokane ISI3 Pacific Avenue, TaCQJgJ Send for FREE Copy of THE CHIROPRACTOR Published by SEATTLE COLLEGE OP CHIROPRACTIC «-•!> Peoples Bank Bldg. Seattle. Wash. ADAMS SCHOOL OF MUSIC Writ*- 384 Yale Bldg.. Seattle TBAKBFEB UNION TRANSFER, MOVING A STORAGE CO. We specialise in long distance moving. •07 Plk* Street Main 886 Seattl- TRUSS MANUFACTURER C. P. JOHNSON. E«|wrt Killer and Manufar tlieer Trusses. Jtudy Braces, 510 Washing ton Bldg. UMBRELLAS New, Recovering, Repairing. Block Bron, IMS 2nd Aye.. Seattle. WALLBOARD MANUFACTURERS PERFECTION PLASTER WALLBOARD manufactured by Western Wallboard Co., 1527 9th Aye. 80. Sidney 63. j WOMEN 6 DEPARTMENT SHAMEK'S * ,7 siL n ti?r' t Hemstitching, Acoordian Pleating, Bo) Side Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons Mail Orders handled promptly. Mail your orders to G J. BAUER * 00. ISI7-1311* 4th An., Seattle Tailors' and Dressmakers' Supplies Accordlan plaiting, knife plaiting, Beat stitching, braiding, buttons covered. $8 WOMEN'S KHAKI SUITS $9 Pants or Skirt 14 50 14 coat »4 SO IS Mil.LI O Remember the Mo. ACCORDIAN PLEATING „'/,;,* •££ AM style* of Buttons made. Mni! orders, special sttantion, Kstab. 1804. J. E. NEL. SUN, 111 I'niversity.