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COSTS "l'b Pa% UMBER STEADY ABOVE PRICE i , STEELWAY OFF INDUSTRY REPORT-   TIMBER PRICE HOLDS DUR- County Dairyman Reports M Cost of Production at $2.32 a They are talking of Seattle as the world's honey center, but we hope no one will take advantage of the opportunity to mention the chance of getting stung there. t Matrimony is like a cafeteria--you take what looks good and pay for It afterwards. Did you ever see a girl with legs so skinny that the tops of her tall shoes looked like ruffles? a $ Which reminds us that you never notice a woman tripping over her skirt any more, but that used to be the regular game when we were kids. a $ The most profitable sense of humor is one that tells you when it is dang- erous to laugh. Here lies the Dust Of Charlie Rust-- No need for speed, And yet he musL a m This is the time of the year when you have a hard time choosing between peas with new spuds, or strawberry shortcake. Yes, please. This coming heavyweight prizefight may be international, but any dough- boys present will not have trouble remembering who fought with them In France. $ Something tells us that the reason so many girls pick June is because then they can put off buying their winter clothes until someone else has to fot the bill. s  a Oh what is 8o fair As a day in June? The first sixteenth Of the honeymoon. s s "Lenlne planning radical changes," says a headline. have changed a lot of radicals into corpses since he took over running Russia. $ Hundred for 3.6 Base Product There is a limit to undress even in France--everyone please take notice--- and the Paris officials recently sent a man to prison for a year because he The cost of producing milk received airing recently in one of the papers which stated that the as a whole was in poor flnan- condition and faced destruction no remedy was found for present In this connection Tom who runs a large dairy in the aish section, says that it is him $212 a hundred to pro- milk that is 3.6 per cent butter That is his barn cost alone, repre- feed, labor and other barn ex- and does not include the over- of his farm, insurance, taxes, de- and upkeep which run as as $14.00 a day which divided by the 2100 pounds of milk he is produc- makes another cost of 67 cents per pounds. This added to the makes his actual cost practically $2.80 a hundred against $1.65 being by the condensaries and $2.07 the milk commission price. Besides his pasturage Mr. Owens is about four pounds of grain a 4ay--one-half the winter ration-- Which costs $3.50 a hundred, and about We pounds of hay at $23 a ton. He cut his herd down to only his best Producing cows and when it is shown that he has six cows which alone are giving 60 gallons of milk a day It ts easy to see that he bas a producing lerd. One of the troubleS with the milk as Mr. Owens sees it is what the grass farmers, or the men Who do not make any effort to have cows come fresh in the fall !I during the week for 500 refrigerator L cars to be built immediately and desig. men figure on having their SOws fresh in the spring when they pasturage and carry them through winter season dry on hay. This throws a heavy production on the sum- aer months when there would natural- 1 be more than the average amount of milk if all farmers wers rotating ill as time when their cows would fresh- a,and makes a supply that the dis- trtbutors in the cities cannot take Care of. If the producers are to continue this production in the summer months Owens suggests that they separate milk, sell the butter fat to the and feed the skim milk to hogs or to veal. In any event they do not get a price for it in Seattle that pays to ship It and the shortage of produc- tion tn t-n-"winter months makes it unprofitable for the condeneariee to Operate. Another cost that enters Into the distribution of milk and one which blx. Owens says must be reduced, Is he wage received by the milk drivers. price of milk is now on a pre-war but milk wagon drivers are re- Ceiving $6.25 a day as against $3.00 a (lay before the war. The average re- tail milk route will carry less than 300 quarts of milk, but allowing that num- ber the difference in the wage would anaount to more than a cent a quart. Of course it is true that a good deal of the milk handled by the distributors la wholesaled and some of the drivers as much as 600 to 700 quarts the same time few of the retail carry more than from 200 to 250 quarts. No one wants to see wages but Mr. Owens believes that some the readjustment should be distri- buted and not all of it passed on to the Producer. There are about 50 quarts of milk in a hundred pounds and that to the present price would help bay the producer's bills. The father of Mr. Owens' herd is ,wood Veeman Segis which has Won first prize at the Portland show two years in succession. He also won tlrst prize last year at the Idaho state fair, at the Lewlston stock show, at the Yaklma fair and at the puyallup fair. A junior two-year-old In the herd Californla Berry Growers Got , Good Price. Locals Get $1.50. Segar Continues to Slump With the settling of the shipping strike and the renewed shipments to the east coast the lumber trade stif- fened slightly last week although prices remained steady. Reports from the ernst show empty yards and coast lumber dealers hope to place orders now that the canal will again be avail- able for traffic and some of the east- ern building strikes are being settled. It was reported last week that the railroads would not order any lumber before the first of the year, but the story was not credited. If it persisL, however, it will cause a general fall- ing off in prices of lumber as many of the yards are stocked up with spec- ial cuts which they have expected to unload on the rds for car builling The Great Northern let a contract hated Douglas fir for their eonstruc. tion. These cars are to be built at once on account of the sitot'tag of refriger. ators to han(t]( tile apple crop. Fir logs are off olz account of the loggers cleaning up tits down timber in order to clo.e on the Fourth of July with everything cleaned up. Cedar logs are scarce with the price running as high as $18 and $22, $23 and $24. Even at those prices good cedar logs are hard to get. Berries Good Brokers report that the California growers netted $2 on their strawberry crop and that the local crop will whole- sale at not less than $1.50. Apples and peaches are being bought at a good price and there is no reason why the apple growers should not make money with wrappers 25 per cent off, box shocks down and labor cheaper than a year ago. Sugar has continued to drop during the last two weeks with the New York price at six cents, the lowest in five 'ears. The coast wholesale price has been following the eastern, market closer in the last few days than form- erly and the Seattle retail merchants the same. The retail price in Seattle recently was $7.35 a hundred with further cuts in prospect. Steel Slumps So pronounced is the stagnation of the steel business that the truth ha: ,. TODAYil ,, THE BEST .eatt,e , dollar room, in o to T "l NEW STANDARD HOTEL Free. A. .,oseph Allen, Lawyer. I r d .. 507 Lear Bldg Sattle .,e teary m_,, .":-::-z: ............... ! tint and cold water; free phone in He is reported to rooms   / elevator service, (DiHBOPRACTIC DEMONSTRATES I a W SANDSTROM Pro n that there iea cause for all disease, I .... r. and invariably it is found in the spine, I Sy scientific adjustments the C'hiroprac ....................... tor correets the spinal defects witttout .......... .IN_..VEa-TMBNT.-8 .................... Insisted In working with nothing on but bathing trunks. There is talk of "le0al engagements" since this new divorce law went into effect. How about these parties who think it smart to have half a dozen engagements going at a time? Is that legal, or only silly? Fold has Just finished his 5,000,00Oth automobile. .very Ford has ten rtttles (at least mine has) making 50,000,000 rattles. That may account for the 8hell shocked ondition of so many people in this country. $ a Someone suggests changing the jury system so that nine of twelve can render a verdict He forgets that the three may be intelllgenL Crude oil at the well costa 46 cents a barrel. Allowing plenty for costs and a good profit gasoline could be sold for 8 cents a gallon. Remember that the next time you pay nearer thirty. W * In the desert camels a, re slaughtered for the water they carP/ when cara. vans are lost and the members dying of thirsL This is not a suggestisn that camels be used as traffic animals for Vancouver, B, C., for points south. A little .b A little power, An autobuggy 8teen miles per hour. A little speed, A little skid-- Watch the undertaker Screw down the lid. "Life" suggests that Col. Harvey is useful because the admlnlstrotion ts forced to put itself in a stronger position while explaining away his mlstakel. We hate to think what would kappen if one of these golf players who swings a shinny stick all day should have to put in the same number of hours in immediate contact with a hoe. When a young man begins to think seriously of. matrimony his friends think it a joke. And if he should see the point of thair joke he would no longer be thinking seriously of matrimony. has produced 14,800 pounds of milk in: the last six months and ts contesting in the 30Hlay test for which the world's record b 17,776 pounds. With four months yet to go this two-year-old should not have any trouble bringing another world's production record to the northwest as abe is producing milk at the rate of 200 lmunds a month now. This cow's best hirty days showed a production of 3196 pounds of which 90.8 pounds was butter fat. Another member of the herd, a three year old, has produced 20,000 pounds of milk in the past nine months. This breeding of cattle is the only way tc make the milk business profitable, ae cording to Mr. Owens, and he is using every care to build up his herd, He has just finished filling his silo with the vetch from fourteen acres and he will feed this to his stock during AU- gust and the first part of September emptying the silo again for the corn silage on which he will run through the winter. PRIZE HOLSTEIN HERD SIRE HOLLYWOOD VEEMAN SEGI8 the use of drugs or knife, and NATURE effects the cure. SEATTLE COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC 4."9 Peoples Bank Bldg. Seattle, Wash. P,ATT WONDE. ii PUMPS ]! Pumps more volume with less power am" II cost than any otl*er pump. I| PIATT WONDER PUMP MFG. CO. H u Ist Ave. s. seattlJJ AttentiOn: Nervous, Physical Deficients. In- trospective relaxation. 315 Hose Bldg., 8eattle, Wash. ACOOUNTANTS  CERTIFIED ]PBLKO , A. S,, & Co., 901 Leary Bldg. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING CRANKSHAFT CYLINDER fiRINDIN(i 1 Years' gxpeHen, ee. el2 ST  ST. .......... SRS XOUIEy Bn raa Poun&rL 2727 'h tea. 80. W make all kinds of Brass and Aluminum Castings. OI[DPRAOTORS Jon, Dr. M. A ,07-8 Crary Bldg. [ FRED W. RING, D. C., Ph. C. I Graduate Three Year Courle i Palmer School of Chiropractic, [| 4oe.l.:/  Bldg. __2nd an d Mdlgon. OHooOLATE  COCOA llU,OFACYUREBS Washin---'-'-''gton Ckoeolate Co., Cur. "ins and Mercer. Cop. 3140. POD" CAH REGISTERS OZO. H., 1616 ard v Sew and gad Hand Nat. Cash Registers, e buy iL xehgngo and repair National Cash''Registers. CASH REGISTER EX. :IIANGE, 411 Olive, Seattle DOOTOR8 -To Dr. #. -sn 2nd ual Lifo Bldg. Main 1960. Tubercu asia, heart disease, epilepsy, d|abete ")right's disuse, enlarged spleen, dis "' of ths liver sad obscure dieMes ".eerally, DA'OINO AOADEMIR JLOIMO SOffOOL. Private halls day and evening lllllt/i 4th Ave. -DRmSE& APOX8, MIDDIS FO. Ths Apron 8hop, 4029 Arcade Bldg. Good Aprons cheap Oar own make. IRISTS AND DFd3ORATOE Hellywood Gardens. 142 2nd tve. FOR SAX& MXZ;OUS Victrola $85, and 6 rooms high grade fur. ,iture br piece. 1527 8th Ave. (Cottas, q ar) Retw*n Pik* and Pine FRIS---Iron Olymp/c Foundry 00 5200 9th Ave. 8o., 0eorgetown Station. tlesvy and light cut nla of all kinds. No et' o'r e. Selma Laron. 516 Hog Bldg. Main 5282. HARDWOOD LUMBER .-7-4so st Ave. So. VeTi ers in HardwOOd Lumber and Floorins Fasted sad Boat Lumber. .,-7------------- I NORTO00 CAFETERIA I. BlmdaY Chicken Dinnsr| ivm Day Ivc P.frmM. 10 A. M. to L 1d2.723 4th Avs. I HOTEL STEWART The Htel where you feel at home Hot and orn water and steam heat , 5|7 ltgadO Phons t29 $I rooms at the Hotel Reds. Special weekly ramS.  410 4th Ave.. Seattle BARKER co. HOTEL - M e.LP.J, PROps. I I nrtus t tenement to your Wife II r ot th and Pike. RIGHT HOTEL I First and Columbia, two blocks from I Coleman Dock. Rooms 75e and up. Mod- ern conveniences. Pr phone in every room. Phone Msln 1521. bLYI H, WITTER AND CO: ! maintain ,Ali', ' ia Soati, Tacoma, Portlattd, Sa* f'rltr.q- Oaklattd, ]-) 'ingeles, Pal:.lena, n Diego and New York to buy a,d sel sound invest- m.nt bonds. The selection of your bond house is t itrqoltant as the se- lection of your bond. Ask )'our hanker about us. and setld for our offerings. Our Seattle ,flte,  2 R-c,nd Aw I EL DORADO $|.00 PER SHARE Call or wriw for partieular HOWLAND & PEDERSON, Inc. ELliott 3188 1314 L C. Smith Bldg. This be })ou in four oavtneots ANNOUNCEMENT CHRIST OLSON 20 Fjeat Ave So. Seattle Dupar Blythe Co. "Duro" Farm and Water Systems, Arabia Ilot Water Iieating Plants, Plumhing Materials, Pipe and Fittings. Steam Supplies. Prompt attention given to mail orders. Two Stores 1313 14. R. Ave. 712 Pike St, Beltingham Seattle , WE CAN SUPPLY White Leghorn Pullets 3 m,ntha of age, hatehel from Tam:red Strain Trap-Nest Parent stock at $1.65 each; March and April Imteh. The are exceptionally fine range raised birds and well worth the money. QUEEN HATCHERY SEALE, WASH. MALT-SYRUP-HOPS BOTTLERS, SUPPLIES SImeial Mail Order erviee, We ship C. O, D, if desired, via express or parcel ISt. C. O. HART I oe University Seattle NANTED---Small surface clear cedar logs, tweh' to twenty-fonr inch tt diat'elPr, tbout fifteen f.t hm$...*,ddrs International :*umber F'.xX't Co. in .. 18(/1 Smittn Bldg., ,'ieatt IP. Jlroeexy J$P--Fme living for $U, also other Business ltouses in Seattle. Mr. ehling, 12 Hogs Bldg. Annex, .,ettlte]f (tJarbolloeunu WoOd prebervatlve fv chicken houses, barns, see. F. T. Crowt r IM.. ilOa Ist Avn sepoy, Rovers Buff ltu.k (h ,.  . .etting, E. M. Bothw,-II "rr./tdab, Or,,tr,,l t. Paul _Stove Repatr 00. tm Pike 8t "i;,TES ATtORNeyS ........... Y. Expert as*Utat.:c . iv ..... /eloped, search-- - ClIL|OnS d[ e B|dg. -, uVtce 0 PJonee, ATENT and TRADEMARK t)ura B}dg. Was D. C., WO@IwoX't J lids., N. Y. flv,,red. 813 6th Ave SEATTLE MEGHANICAL AND ELECTRO pLATING CO. NICKEL AND SILVER PLATING '_'-''A. ]Irns to14 aoo I$11ver ... snd polhhi S and %yng of all kinds t11 Kth Avo, fro-r) A.t Ps a. E sSTATE SD rAgl/ LADS o--760 meres. 20 mlw east of l-nevtile, ,'$:;'" i,l River price $8.00 acre. 100 acre i17.%. 1o,, (.res ,,,ead,, lad. loo a,.e, i/;L-''d. r.ut i ,,,es of wo,.en ...... fence "'balance barbed wire. plenty of wat,.: fur Irtg_ion Range w,tl watered, ho.t -f gs'. eminent land adjmning. F,,r inf,rmatmn wrtt,, V. Gener, Prixille, Oregon. given up hope that anything can be clone to break the acceutuated summer dullness. The continued exces of con- sumptlon over production .is diggtng into stocks in consuniing ila/ld and some expansion tu (lemat,t is (oulited on early in the fall. Quick deliveries asked on much of the rim of new ord- ers Indicated that stock balances are far from remaining well rounded out. The awful straits of the British in- dustry is indicated by the May pro- duction data which shows the pig iron output was 13,634 tons and that of steel 557.4 tons against 60,300 tons of pig iron and 68,400 tons of steel In April and a monthly average in 1920 of 667,325 tons of ulg Iron and 754,733 tons of steel, About thirty-nine pounds of meat food a year is consumed I)y human beings, taking the average of the en- tire world, but in America and Eng- land the average individual consump- tion is nearly four tinles that amount. A shiny hoe generally mesas a well kept garden and a shiny face is like- wise an indication of a well kept mind that thinks more on possibilities than impossibilities and doesn't dwell overlong on "can't." Late dispatches declare that China Is developing a first-class navy. Ttlis in spite of the fact that all of the bat- tleships will be full of chinks. MEXICAN LAND x fine agricahurat and rattle ranch. 4,000 i(*les, Herm,,illo ditri.t, Smora; title rlear; will s,l] ('heap t( cloe art estate; part cash. ?,;lal*re on lilne. FIirtiler parti(:uhtrs addrese W. It. Minshull, p, O, Box 1009 Bights, Ari /onLt. Biggest Bargain in Weatcrn Washington, 20 acre all level, ten acres clotured, bti lins inur.l for $1800, orchard. 2 wells daily mad .hone. one block to choo, 20 m notes walk t, dock (near } i,rs(,n.) Price $2500. $500 d(,wn. F. E, Ollinger, 352 Etopire Btdg. Se 'dtle. SALESMEN--WANTED (ry Stock, we n-ed YOU. If "O1 n, ed Notary Stock we ('an .rx'e yu. Address, E. A. Ben. net Nurser) ('olapany, Salem, (h'e "We want a rcpresentative in every town to hand|v .tit |-ubb rized al . air  f$a8 ly aohl. (;o.d pr.fit. S|m,:iahy Apron Mfg. Co., 14 East KHOW OASBS GomolL Edward L., 235 5th Ave. N. Alo 8tore Fixtures. SEATTLE E[XTURE 00. how uaae, scale& cash registers, coffee mille, safes, etc. Fixtures made tO order. Stores tarnished complete at great , saving. No. ')103 Westlake Ave., Main 5481. SHOE REPOt!RING Bpair Sysm, 4t2 Union LaJad Sho St. Mail them to us. 80HOOL8 AND 00LLEOES Go to Business College at Homo Send for Home Study Catalog No, 4 Oldest commercial school In Se- attle. 16,000 successful students. oUtlm Blmine College Post-lntelllgencer Bldg. Fourth and Union We now have OpenLag for few more Stu- dents. We can gu.rantee to place you in good position after few weeks' oouree. xiartters are making ht'g money. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 22 OccidentAl Ave., Settth, Wash. 413 Trent Avenue, Spokane 1513 P AVS., Tcomn Write for free catalogue. ir. J. Dunlap, Women's diseases. 3t7 Practice timited to Genito*Urinury 1)ieeaaelL 51"-'-13 SeaboArd Bldg., Soattk, Wn. DR. D. E. McARTHUR DR. LOTTIE BOULLS S&RZPEAOTIO PHYSICIAN8 SSO-31-8 Yale Bulldlng COr. Third Ave. and Union. Oppo|lte Peat Office. Seattle. Wash. TRANSPER UNION TRANSFER, MOVING & STORACE CO. We |peciahze in log distance movie. Main 88 b'O7 Pike Strset We sP(eialit.e in long distance hauling, We pack. ship and store. Eiliott 3499. (t5 We-stlake Ave. Seattle. og rtint n:c hauling. Expert packing. Index Trans Co 2200 1st Ave, UmmgT, L4B New, Revedag, Repairing. ]lkk [r,)s. 1509 2nd Avs., Seattle, WALLBOARD MANUFACTURE#RS ?ERFECTION PLASTER WALLBOARD, manufectured by Western Wullboard Co, 1527 9th Ave. So. Sidney 63, WOM" S DEPABTMENT SPECIAL gALE 0F CHILDREN'S OVERALLS $1.65 value, #" 2 'o 7 y,,ars ............ 98C ali order sow MISS OI.IVER .BABY SHOP 60 Union St. MA][tAYe 417 Union St. Seattle emstitehtn Accordian Pleating, Boa Side Pleat|uS, Oloth Covered Buttonn MI Orders handled promptly. your or&rs to O. dr. BAUER & 00. 1S17-1319 41 Avs., ttk Tlflorl' and s' 8uppliU Aoaordan plaitin tngo plaittug, ao tiag, Imlditm, hutto o. $8 WOMEN'S KHAKI SUITS $9 Pantl or Skirt $3.G0-$4; coat $450-$6. [[||V'  1805 lit Ave.. 8ettht Remember the No. AOCORDIAN PLEATING Hemstitching aud Picoting. Bring or mail this ad with order and recelvs credit for 25e on any tyle of pleated *kirt. P, ox. side and knife. Mail orders Oe"i:tl attention. Estsb)iahed since I904 T  lqT,fl' 71  TYnmrah, m= all re.wag ma,'hine. Prie. $2. Mrs. Her- bert lletzel, BoX 131. Yki Vft#*l|, COSTS "l'b Pa% UMBER STEADY ABOVE PRICE i , STEELWAY OFF INDUSTRY REPORT-   TIMBER PRICE HOLDS DUR- County Dairyman Reports M Cost of Production at $2.32 a They are talking of Seattle as the world's honey center, but we hope no one will take advantage of the opportunity to mention the chance of getting stung there. t Matrimony is like a cafeteria--you take what looks good and pay for It afterwards. Did you ever see a girl with legs so skinny that the tops of her tall shoes looked like ruffles? a $ Which reminds us that you never notice a woman tripping over her skirt any more, but that used to be the regular game when we were kids. a $ The most profitable sense of humor is one that tells you when it is dang- erous to laugh. Here lies the Dust Of Charlie Rust-- No need for speed, And yet he musL a m This is the time of the year when you have a hard time choosing between peas with new spuds, or strawberry shortcake. Yes, please. This coming heavyweight prizefight may be international, but any dough- boys present will not have trouble remembering who fought with them In France. $ Something tells us that the reason so many girls pick June is because then they can put off buying their winter clothes until someone else has to fot the bill. s  a Oh what is 8o fair As a day in June? The first sixteenth Of the honeymoon. s s "Lenlne planning radical changes," says a headline. have changed a lot of radicals into corpses since he took over running Russia. $ Hundred for 3.6 Base Product There is a limit to undress even in France--everyone please take notice--- and the Paris officials recently sent a man to prison for a year because he The cost of producing milk received airing recently in one of the papers which stated that the as a whole was in poor flnan- condition and faced destruction no remedy was found for present In this connection Tom who runs a large dairy in the aish section, says that it is him $212 a hundred to pro- milk that is 3.6 per cent butter That is his barn cost alone, repre- feed, labor and other barn ex- and does not include the over- of his farm, insurance, taxes, de- and upkeep which run as as $14.00 a day which divided by the 2100 pounds of milk he is produc- makes another cost of 67 cents per pounds. This added to the makes his actual cost practically $2.80 a hundred against $1.65 being by the condensaries and $2.07 the milk commission price. Besides his pasturage Mr. Owens is about four pounds of grain a 4ay--one-half the winter ration-- Which costs $3.50 a hundred, and about We pounds of hay at $23 a ton. He cut his herd down to only his best Producing cows and when it is shown that he has six cows which alone are giving 60 gallons of milk a day It ts easy to see that he bas a producing lerd. One of the troubleS with the milk as Mr. Owens sees it is what the grass farmers, or the men Who do not make any effort to have cows come fresh in the fall !I during the week for 500 refrigerator L cars to be built immediately and desig. men figure on having their SOws fresh in the spring when they pasturage and carry them through winter season dry on hay. This throws a heavy production on the sum- aer months when there would natural- 1 be more than the average amount of milk if all farmers wers rotating ill as time when their cows would fresh- a,and makes a supply that the dis- trtbutors in the cities cannot take Care of. If the producers are to continue this production in the summer months Owens suggests that they separate milk, sell the butter fat to the and feed the skim milk to hogs or to veal. In any event they do not get a price for it in Seattle that pays to ship It and the shortage of produc- tion tn t-n-"winter months makes it unprofitable for the condeneariee to Operate. Another cost that enters Into the distribution of milk and one which blx. Owens says must be reduced, Is he wage received by the milk drivers. price of milk is now on a pre-war but milk wagon drivers are re- Ceiving $6.25 a day as against $3.00 a (lay before the war. The average re- tail milk route will carry less than 300 quarts of milk, but allowing that num- ber the difference in the wage would anaount to more than a cent a quart. Of course it is true that a good deal of the milk handled by the distributors la wholesaled and some of the drivers as much as 600 to 700 quarts the same time few of the retail carry more than from 200 to 250 quarts. No one wants to see wages but Mr. Owens believes that some the readjustment should be distri- buted and not all of it passed on to the Producer. There are about 50 quarts of milk in a hundred pounds and that to the present price would help bay the producer's bills. The father of Mr. Owens' herd is ,wood Veeman Segis which has Won first prize at the Portland show two years in succession. He also won tlrst prize last year at the Idaho state fair, at the Lewlston stock show, at the Yaklma fair and at the puyallup fair. A junior two-year-old In the herd Californla Berry Growers Got , Good Price. Locals Get $1.50. Segar Continues to Slump With the settling of the shipping strike and the renewed shipments to the east coast the lumber trade stif- fened slightly last week although prices remained steady. Reports from the ernst show empty yards and coast lumber dealers hope to place orders now that the canal will again be avail- able for traffic and some of the east- ern building strikes are being settled. It was reported last week that the railroads would not order any lumber before the first of the year, but the story was not credited. If it persisL, however, it will cause a general fall- ing off in prices of lumber as many of the yards are stocked up with spec- ial cuts which they have expected to unload on the rds for car builling The Great Northern let a contract hated Douglas fir for their eonstruc. tion. These cars are to be built at once on account of the sitot'tag of refriger. ators to han(t]( tile apple crop. Fir logs are off olz account of the loggers cleaning up tits down timber in order to clo.e on the Fourth of July with everything cleaned up. Cedar logs are scarce with the price running as high as $18 and $22, $23 and $24. Even at those prices good cedar logs are hard to get. Berries Good Brokers report that the California growers netted $2 on their strawberry crop and that the local crop will whole- sale at not less than $1.50. Apples and peaches are being bought at a good price and there is no reason why the apple growers should not make money with wrappers 25 per cent off, box shocks down and labor cheaper than a year ago. Sugar has continued to drop during the last two weeks with the New York price at six cents, the lowest in five 'ears. The coast wholesale price has been following the eastern, market closer in the last few days than form- erly and the Seattle retail merchants the same. The retail price in Seattle recently was $7.35 a hundred with further cuts in prospect. Steel Slumps So pronounced is the stagnation of the steel business that the truth ha: ,. TODAYil ,, THE BEST .eatt,e , dollar room, in o to T "l NEW STANDARD HOTEL Free. A. .,oseph Allen, Lawyer. I r d .. 507 Lear Bldg Sattle .,e teary m_,, .":-::-z: ............... ! tint and cold water; free phone in He is reported to rooms   / elevator service, (DiHBOPRACTIC DEMONSTRATES I a W SANDSTROM Pro n that there iea cause for all disease, I .... r. and invariably it is found in the spine, I Sy scientific adjustments the C'hiroprac ....................... tor correets the spinal defects witttout .......... .IN_..VEa-TMBNT.-8 .................... Insisted In working with nothing on but bathing trunks. There is talk of "le0al engagements" since this new divorce law went into effect. How about these parties who think it smart to have half a dozen engagements going at a time? Is that legal, or only silly? Fold has Just finished his 5,000,00Oth automobile. .very Ford has ten rtttles (at least mine has) making 50,000,000 rattles. That may account for the 8hell shocked ondition of so many people in this country. $ a Someone suggests changing the jury system so that nine of twelve can render a verdict He forgets that the three may be intelllgenL Crude oil at the well costa 46 cents a barrel. Allowing plenty for costs and a good profit gasoline could be sold for 8 cents a gallon. Remember that the next time you pay nearer thirty. W * In the desert camels a, re slaughtered for the water they carP/ when cara. vans are lost and the members dying of thirsL This is not a suggestisn that camels be used as traffic animals for Vancouver, B, C., for points south. A little .b A little power, An autobuggy 8teen miles per hour. A little speed, A little skid-- Watch the undertaker Screw down the lid. "Life" suggests that Col. Harvey is useful because the admlnlstrotion ts forced to put itself in a stronger position while explaining away his mlstakel. We hate to think what would kappen if one of these golf players who swings a shinny stick all day should have to put in the same number of hours in immediate contact with a hoe. When a young man begins to think seriously of. matrimony his friends think it a joke. And if he should see the point of thair joke he would no longer be thinking seriously of matrimony. has produced 14,800 pounds of milk in: the last six months and ts contesting in the 30Hlay test for which the world's record b 17,776 pounds. With four months yet to go this two-year-old should not have any trouble bringing another world's production record to the northwest as abe is producing milk at the rate of 200 lmunds a month now. This cow's best hirty days showed a production of 3196 pounds of which 90.8 pounds was butter fat. Another member of the herd, a three year old, has produced 20,000 pounds of milk in the past nine months. This breeding of cattle is the only way tc make the milk business profitable, ae cording to Mr. Owens, and he is using every care to build up his herd, He has just finished filling his silo with the vetch from fourteen acres and he will feed this to his stock during AU- gust and the first part of September emptying the silo again for the corn silage on which he will run through the winter. PRIZE HOLSTEIN HERD SIRE HOLLYWOOD VEEMAN SEGI8 the use of drugs or knife, and NATURE effects the cure. SEATTLE COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC 4."9 Peoples Bank Bldg. Seattle, Wash. P,ATT WONDE. ii PUMPS ]! Pumps more volume with less power am" II cost than any otl*er pump. I| PIATT WONDER PUMP MFG. CO. H u Ist Ave. s. seattlJJ AttentiOn: Nervous, Physical Deficients. In- trospective relaxation. 315 Hose Bldg., 8eattle, Wash. ACOOUNTANTS  CERTIFIED ]PBLKO , A. S,, & Co., 901 Leary Bldg. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING CRANKSHAFT CYLINDER fiRINDIN(i 1 Years' gxpeHen, ee. el2 ST  ST. .......... SRS XOUIEy Bn raa Poun&rL 2727 'h tea. 80. W make all kinds of Brass and Aluminum Castings. OI[DPRAOTORS Jon, Dr. M. A ,07-8 Crary Bldg. [ FRED W. RING, D. C., Ph. C. I Graduate Three Year Courle i Palmer School of Chiropractic, [| 4oe.l.:/  Bldg. __2nd an d Mdlgon. OHooOLATE  COCOA llU,OFACYUREBS Washin---'-'-''gton Ckoeolate Co., Cur. "ins and Mercer. Cop. 3140. POD" CAH REGISTERS OZO. H., 1616 ard v Sew and gad Hand Nat. Cash Registers, e buy iL xehgngo and repair National Cash''Registers. CASH REGISTER EX. :IIANGE, 411 Olive, Seattle DOOTOR8 -To Dr. #. -sn 2nd ual Lifo Bldg. Main 1960. Tubercu asia, heart disease, epilepsy, d|abete ")right's disuse, enlarged spleen, dis "' of ths liver sad obscure dieMes ".eerally, DA'OINO AOADEMIR JLOIMO SOffOOL. Private halls day and evening lllllt/i 4th Ave. -DRmSE& APOX8, MIDDIS FO. Ths Apron 8hop, 4029 Arcade Bldg. Good Aprons cheap Oar own make. IRISTS AND DFd3ORATOE Hellywood Gardens. 142 2nd tve. FOR SAX& MXZ;OUS Victrola $85, and 6 rooms high grade fur. ,iture br piece. 1527 8th Ave. (Cottas, q ar) Retw*n Pik* and Pine FRIS---Iron Olymp/c Foundry 00 5200 9th Ave. 8o., 0eorgetown Station. tlesvy and light cut nla of all kinds. No et' o'r e. Selma Laron. 516 Hog Bldg. Main 5282. HARDWOOD LUMBER .-7-4so st Ave. So. VeTi ers in HardwOOd Lumber and Floorins Fasted sad Boat Lumber. .,-7------------- I NORTO00 CAFETERIA I. BlmdaY Chicken Dinnsr| ivm Day Ivc P.frmM. 10 A. M. to L 1d2.723 4th Avs. I HOTEL STEWART The Htel where you feel at home Hot and orn water and steam heat , 5|7 ltgadO Phons t29 $I rooms at the Hotel Reds. Special weekly ramS.  410 4th Ave.. Seattle BARKER co. HOTEL - M e.LP.J, PROps. I I nrtus t tenement to your Wife II r ot th and Pike. RIGHT HOTEL I First and Columbia, two blocks from I Coleman Dock. Rooms 75e and up. Mod- ern conveniences. Pr phone in every room. Phone Msln 1521. bLYI H, WITTER AND CO: ! maintain ,Ali', ' ia Soati, Tacoma, Portlattd, Sa* f'rltr.q- Oaklattd, ]-) 'ingeles, Pal:.lena, n Diego and New York to buy a,d sel sound invest- m.nt bonds. The selection of your bond house is t itrqoltant as the se- lection of your bond. Ask )'our hanker about us. and setld for our offerings. Our Seattle ,flte,  2 R-c,nd Aw I EL DORADO $|.00 PER SHARE Call or wriw for partieular HOWLAND & PEDERSON, Inc. ELliott 3188 1314 L C. Smith Bldg. This be })ou in four oavtneots ANNOUNCEMENT CHRIST OLSON 20 Fjeat Ave So. Seattle Dupar Blythe Co. "Duro" Farm and Water Systems, Arabia Ilot Water Iieating Plants, Plumhing Materials, Pipe and Fittings. Steam Supplies. Prompt attention given to mail orders. Two Stores 1313 14. R. Ave. 712 Pike St, Beltingham Seattle , WE CAN SUPPLY White Leghorn Pullets 3 m,ntha of age, hatehel from Tam:red Strain Trap-Nest Parent stock at $1.65 each; March and April Imteh. The are exceptionally fine range raised birds and well worth the money. QUEEN HATCHERY SEALE, WASH. MALT-SYRUP-HOPS BOTTLERS, SUPPLIES SImeial Mail Order erviee, We ship C. O, D, if desired, via express or parcel ISt. C. O. HART I oe University Seattle NANTED---Small surface clear cedar logs, tweh' to twenty-fonr inch tt diat'elPr, tbout fifteen f.t hm$...*,ddrs International :*umber F'.xX't Co. in .. 18(/1 Smittn Bldg., ,'ieatt IP. Jlroeexy J$P--Fme living for $U, also other Business ltouses in Seattle. Mr. ehling, 12 Hogs Bldg. Annex, .,ettlte]f (tJarbolloeunu WoOd prebervatlve fv chicken houses, barns, see. F. T. Crowt r IM.. ilOa Ist Avn sepoy, Rovers Buff ltu.k (h ,.  . .etting, E. M. Bothw,-II "rr./tdab, Or,,tr,,l t. Paul _Stove Repatr 00. tm Pike 8t "i;,TES ATtORNeyS ........... Y. Expert as*Utat.:c . iv ..... /eloped, search-- - ClIL|OnS d[ e B|dg. -, uVtce 0 PJonee, ATENT and TRADEMARK t)ura B}dg. Was D. C., WO@IwoX't J lids., N. Y. flv,,red. 813 6th Ave SEATTLE MEGHANICAL AND ELECTRO pLATING CO. NICKEL AND SILVER PLATING '_'-''A. ]Irns to14 aoo I$11ver ... snd polhhi S and %yng of all kinds t11 Kth Avo, fro-r) A.t Ps a. E sSTATE SD rAgl/ LADS o--760 meres. 20 mlw east of l-nevtile, ,'$:;'" i,l River price $8.00 acre. 100 acre i17.%. 1o,, (.res ,,,ead,, lad. loo a,.e, i/;L-''d. r.ut i ,,,es of wo,.en ...... fence "'balance barbed wire. plenty of wat,.: fur Irtg_ion Range w,tl watered, ho.t -f gs'. eminent land adjmning. F,,r inf,rmatmn wrtt,, V. Gener, Prixille, Oregon. given up hope that anything can be clone to break the acceutuated summer dullness. The continued exces of con- sumptlon over production .is diggtng into stocks in consuniing ila/ld and some expansion tu (lemat,t is (oulited on early in the fall. Quick deliveries asked on much of the rim of new ord- ers Indicated that stock balances are far from remaining well rounded out. The awful straits of the British in- dustry is indicated by the May pro- duction data which shows the pig iron output was 13,634 tons and that of steel 557.4 tons against 60,300 tons of pig iron and 68,400 tons of steel In April and a monthly average in 1920 of 667,325 tons of ulg Iron and 754,733 tons of steel, About thirty-nine pounds of meat food a year is consumed I)y human beings, taking the average of the en- tire world, but in America and Eng- land the average individual consump- tion is nearly four tinles that amount. A shiny hoe generally mesas a well kept garden and a shiny face is like- wise an indication of a well kept mind that thinks more on possibilities than impossibilities and doesn't dwell overlong on "can't." Late dispatches declare that China Is developing a first-class navy. Ttlis in spite of the fact that all of the bat- tleships will be full of chinks. MEXICAN LAND x fine agricahurat and rattle ranch. 4,000 i(*les, Herm,,illo ditri.t, Smora; title rlear; will s,l] ('heap t( cloe art estate; part cash. ?,;lal*re on lilne. FIirtiler parti(:uhtrs addrese W. It. Minshull, p, O, Box 1009 Bights, Ari /onLt. Biggest Bargain in Weatcrn Washington, 20 acre all level, ten acres clotured, bti lins inur.l for $1800, orchard. 2 wells daily mad .hone. one block to choo, 20 m notes walk t, dock (near } i,rs(,n.) Price $2500. $500 d(,wn. F. E, Ollinger, 352 Etopire Btdg. Se 'dtle. SALESMEN--WANTED (ry Stock, we n-ed YOU. If "O1 n, ed Notary Stock we ('an .rx'e yu. Address, E. A. Ben. net Nurser) ('olapany, Salem, (h'e "We want a rcpresentative in every town to hand|v .tit |-ubb rized al . air  f$a8 ly aohl. (;o.d pr.fit. S|m,:iahy Apron Mfg. Co., 14 East KHOW OASBS GomolL Edward L., 235 5th Ave. N. Alo 8tore Fixtures. SEATTLE E[XTURE 00. how uaae, scale& cash registers, coffee mille, safes, etc. Fixtures made tO order. Stores tarnished complete at great , saving. No. ')103 Westlake Ave., Main 5481. SHOE REPOt!RING Bpair Sysm, 4t2 Union LaJad Sho St. Mail them to us. 80HOOL8 AND 00LLEOES Go to Business College at Homo Send for Home Study Catalog No, 4 Oldest commercial school In Se- attle. 16,000 successful students. oUtlm Blmine College Post-lntelllgencer Bldg. Fourth and Union We now have OpenLag for few more Stu- dents. We can gu.rantee to place you in good position after few weeks' oouree. xiartters are making ht'g money. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 22 OccidentAl Ave., Settth, Wash. 413 Trent Avenue, Spokane 1513 P AVS., Tcomn Write for free catalogue. ir. J. Dunlap, Women's diseases. 3t7 Practice timited to Genito*Urinury 1)ieeaaelL 51"-'-13 SeaboArd Bldg., Soattk, Wn. DR. D. E. McARTHUR DR. LOTTIE BOULLS S&RZPEAOTIO PHYSICIAN8 SSO-31-8 Yale Bulldlng COr. Third Ave. and Union. Oppo|lte Peat Office. Seattle. Wash. TRANSPER UNION TRANSFER, MOVING & STORACE CO. We |peciahze in log distance movie. Main 88 b'O7 Pike Strset We sP(eialit.e in long distance hauling, We pack. ship and store. Eiliott 3499. (t5 We-stlake Ave. Seattle. og rtint n:c hauling. Expert packing. Index Trans Co 2200 1st Ave, UmmgT, L4B New, Revedag, Repairing. ]lkk [r,)s. 1509 2nd Avs., Seattle, WALLBOARD MANUFACTURE#RS ?ERFECTION PLASTER WALLBOARD, manufectured by Western Wullboard Co, 1527 9th Ave. So. Sidney 63, WOM" S DEPABTMENT SPECIAL gALE 0F CHILDREN'S OVERALLS $1.65 value, #" 2 'o 7 y,,ars ............ 98C ali order sow MISS OI.IVER .BABY SHOP 60 Union St. MA][tAYe 417 Union St. Seattle emstitehtn Accordian Pleating, Boa Side Pleat|uS, Oloth Covered Buttonn MI Orders handled promptly. your or&rs to O. dr. BAUER & 00. 1S17-1319 41 Avs., ttk Tlflorl' and s' 8uppliU Aoaordan plaitin tngo plaittug, ao tiag, Imlditm, hutto o. $8 WOMEN'S KHAKI SUITS $9 Pantl or Skirt $3.G0-$4; coat $450-$6. [[||V'  1805 lit Ave.. 8ettht Remember the No. AOCORDIAN PLEATING Hemstitching aud Picoting. Bring or mail this ad with order and recelvs credit for 25e on any tyle of pleated *kirt. P, ox. side and knife. Mail orders Oe"i:tl attention. Estsb)iahed since I904 T  lqT,fl' 71  TYnmrah, m= all re.wag ma,'hine. Prie. $2. Mrs. Her- bert lletzel, BoX 131. Yki Vft#*l|,