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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, 1 GOTLAND, FRIDAY EVENII-
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ASSETS OF THE STATE
Brochure Declares Oregon Best
.-.Situated of Any Region in
i -World for Its Production, '
That .Oregon's flax 'industry. In nro.
, -; ,cess f development for many years.
about to become on of tht chief assets
f.' of thfIrv,K Is the declaration of pro
motea - ttfrf Oregon Flax and Fiber
- Mann J"-Vf company of Salem, who
" . har. t.t.r'Ej.... . v. i .
, w mw iBBucy vivvtjuri vuiiiiiiariB
Iff the history of tbe growing of this
. plant In the state. . ,
Tha Oregon -I ,th beat situated of
i njr region In the world for tht produo
; .tion of flax Is declared by-the com
pany. Boll, rainfall and' i general cll-
tnatio condition are such at to encour-
, me growm ana rtx tne quality. Flax
can b grown in many -countries, but
l. peculiar condition are required to make
perfect fiber, it 1 pointed out, Condi.
v ; tlona of moist climate, rich sou and soft
- water are found in Ireland and BU-
slum,, but not to the extent that they
, , are found In Oregon.
Flax require 0 day In the around,
. , "h frequent showers, and without
. hard wind. After that an absolutely
dry period la required to- cure the) straw.
found here in July and. August.. During
: , the 18 year during which activ ex
perlment with flax have been mado
- in Montana, there ha been not one
failure, though aeveral failures or shoru
, ages ha v occurred in Europe, Oregon
f raw tn booklet point out, contains
5, '"" cnf of fiber and Belgian and
- Irish 23 per eent.
f, ! X i Moneere Orew TU.
The earliest pioneer of Oregon were
flax growers, and a former Kentucky
, farmer located at Turner, Ors cent spe.
clmens to the Centennial exposition at
Philadelphia, Thl exhibit attracted
, an. Irish linen manufacturer. who km
' two expert to Oregon to grow flax and
mak fjhar tnr Vila mill T nv n
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.. . road f acllitle ; and costly ; freights re
euiifil in the al"linment of the ven
tare. ' . . ' .
It remauica ior Oregon -, women, or
ganlzed Into the Women' Flax asocia-
tion, to give the Industry the real Impe
tua. .These women secured-etoek sub
scriptions, placed an experienced man in
charge, purchased seed and 'the fiber
was produced. But It was the. eastern
linen ' mlllera who brought this venture
almost to paugbt They refused to buy
the fiber. The circular says this was
because they did not care to see an in
cipient industry growing up where they
round tbe most, extensive market for
their .products.'... v-VT'Sf.V-v-tfi iv-?
, "A : mill which has sold millions of
dollars' worth of twine to our fisheries
offered u 6 cents a pound for the fi
ber," the t circular says, "adding, 'you
will never live to see flax grown In Ore
gon.' After this, however, the depart
ment of agriculture at Washington se
cured samples of the fiber and exhib
ited It at the Paris exposition where
It secured the bronse model, VATv?-.f'-'
Eugene Bosse, a Belgian, - and Han
McKeown will have charge of th man
ufaoturing end of the flax company's
business. It is planned first to menu
facture sewing twin for 'wheat - bags,
twine for nets and crashes. Later.-as
killed labor is attracted from Europe,
the finer flux product will be made,
uch as sheeting, table cloths and towel,
, 16c to 20c
SPRINGS 22c '
BUY DIRECT SAVE MIDDLE-
Ranch Ejjj ..45c'
Fresh EtgJ ... . .......... ..3Sc
Full Cream Cheese, 3 tt)s..,.3Sc
Cream Brick Cheese, lb...... 20c
Llmburger Cheese, lb........20e
Wisconsin Swiss Cheese,. -
equal to Imported, lb, 25c
, wholes ale prices
- A 264 YAMHILL ST.
The Charm of a
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f i is assured when, you serve delicious " '
Pure Pork Sausage .
U. S. Government Inspected. "
;-.'Nathini in it but pure', spices: '
r::::oniAL service in -
, , HONOR OF; MRS. COYD
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A roemorhtl service for Mrs. Thomas
Boyd of frceno, Cal., who died a few
days ago at that' place, will be held in
the Fourth Presbyterian church of Port
land, First and Glbbs streets, next Sun
day afternoon at 8:8U p. m. Rev. J. W.
Milllgan, Vi D.t and Rev. W. 8. Holt.
V, D., and others will be the' speakers
Mrs. Boyd was the wife of Bev.
Thomas Boyd, D. D., who -starred .the
Fourth Presbyterian church and acted
as Its pastpr for more than 1 year.
Mrs. Boyd was known not only for her
great interest and work in connection
with the local church, but with other
religious Interests. Old timers and ac
quaintances of the bereaved family are
cordially invited to be present at the
service. - -;V; -.'.'.
MPS. DUNIWAY SIGNS :
REGISTER SECOND TIME
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Mr. Abigail Scott Dunlway registered
yesterday, for th second time since
women were given th right of suffrage.
Since her .first registration she moved
from the precinct in which she was reg
istered and "registration 'was necessi
tated. She gave her age a 79, her ad
dress as 170. Ford street and said she
had rcsitlod In Oregon for 61 years. Bh
signed as a Republican, Deputy C(wnty
Clerk Maliaffey took her registration
and ahe ; Jokingly asked him it by. re
registering ahe gained the right to vote
twice at the special election. She Is
sow voter of precinct 27.
COURSE OF LECTURES ON
ART IS IN PROGRESS
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Under, the auspices of the ; Portland
Art association, . course of lectures is
now being given at the Museum of Art,
Fifth and -Taylor itreets. : Commencing
last Monday the lecture will continue
through December. ' -': -a.,
Monday, October 20, Eleanor Rowland
will apeak on "Excavations in , Crete;"
October 27, Kelly Rees on "The Plastic
Character of Greek Art" Tbe remainder
Of the course, consisting Of six lectures,
will be given by Henrietta H. Falling
on "The Development of European Archi
tecture." w , ' t c. i ' f t 'i r
:r . Have.You Seen . ;
The wonderful dances Alllston and
Trucco the staircase waits and Texas
Tommy tdance? The seneatlon of the
day. Arcadian Garden, Motel Multno
mah. . .- - t (Adv.) '
American Dentists None better. 291 U
Morrison st, cor. 6tn. Adv.)
SAMUEL HILL MAKES
CENTRAL OREGON TRIP
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Samuel Hill, president of the Home
Telephone company of :. Portland. -14
making an extsnsive trip through cen
tral Oregon In the' interest . of good
roads. In order to make, the trip with
a party from Portland; he had to break
1 engagements. ! want the people
with whom J had engagements to know
where I am so they will understand the
situation,", was the message be sent
back to Portland. . ;' n'A.,
; ( MADE IN PORTLAND ,
f-'ft GUARANTEED PURE PORK
This very superior and excellent
'.V--" . ' - ..... -
' ,A delightful and wholesome . ;
.'i : delicacy.
Can be purchased at ' , --
OLDS, WORTMAN A KING'S
Phone Main 781', '
SEPTEMBER REPORT OF:
COUNTY QUARRIES MADE
Superintendent Eatchet of the county
machinery and quarries yesterday su
mitted September report showing
the expenses of. the Kelly .-.Butte and
Llnnten ? quarries , and the ' courthouse
machinery. Th Kelly Butte rockplle
cost I14N.38 to operate aed the idnnton
qaarry cost isoa.le.j At the Llnnton
qnnrfy the city J ft-'
of the prisoner. Toe 1 .
ry furrilHhcd 1176. S yan! i i i i
tho roods and fruiu t!ie l.lunt i
2043. B yards were taken, tm ! i i
tho jcost of rook from Kelly 1
fl.SC end from Llnnton 4i i-. i t ..
The amount taken dors riot In . i
amount of rock broken. The r,
and elevators' of the courthouse i
f 138S.6 to operate. s
Journal Want Ada bring result.
IFREE I -FREE 2 . FREE I
Free lVIeato lor llie Lucky
NO PURCHASES REQUIRED : -
W will give away abaolutely free for every correct guess, tomorrow, Saturday, on steer, a 10-lb. Roast
of Beef for every correct guess on hog, a 10-lb. Roast of Pork for every correct guess on sheep, a 10-lb.
Koast of Mutton.: (No purchases required.) . ,.',. . t , , v.
PRIZE-WINNERS FOR LAST SATURDAY
Sheep 68 Ibs.
77 IL J- BALL, 96 Kiilingsworth
W. L. PALMER, 863 B. Glisan
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sdNN7541 Surirst ' ' "V5 f WWLES STARR (no address)
, wmL: " The Beef weighed 683 lbs, which no one. guessed . ,!
' - ' Remember, tomorrow, at usual, there will be as many, pounds" of Roasts given away as there are cor
rect guesses. , ' i
, NOTE OUR LOW PRICES ON MEATS
VEAL, Per Pound 122c and 15c
Aiutton otew , c n .
- per lb Vl and Ot
Good Steak , JjJ Leg 3tmb" 15c
Hamburger Steak ,1 A A
per lb. ..... - "C
Roast 12sC and 15C
Leg of Mutton
- per lb. ........
per lb. ................
per lb. .... ..
...... RAY FAIRCHILD- .J:.
THE LITTLE WHOLESALE BUTCHER THAT RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES
At FAIRCHILLVS NEW MARKET, 228 Washington Street, Bet First and Second Su.
Can Be Saved Tomorrow by
Taking Advantage of These
Tokay' Orapee,'" lb. r . '. i'--5
Concord Grapes, i-lb. basket, .204
. Eating Apples, dos.......i.25
Poaches, dos., 10t box......60
; Bananas, dos, . ... , . i, . 15
Lemons, dos. .. , . . . ......... 30
Candy Flfa, lb'...i.;i.....e.20)
Tomatoes, lb. ' , . , . , .... . .. 5e
rSweet Potatoes, S lbs..i .'.5e
Cauliflower, head . . . , 10)1,S9
Oueumbere, t for ,'iiUv-"v..5e)
Lettuce, 2 heads. ; .i .S
Badlshes, -S bunches. , .54
Wax Beans, lb. . , . ; ,i . -l 5V
Green Corn, dos. , . , . . . . . . . . . .204
Spinach, lb, 544 lbs for.;.. 154
Shell Beans, lb. . . , . , , ... v. .64
Green Onions, 5 bunches........ 54
Cabbage, head ...... . . ... 54104
Blue Jtibpon Flour, sack.,.. 91.25
S-lb. sack Flour .............254
cna Corn or Tomatoes.,... 254
4 cans Pork and Beans........ 254
U-lb. can Salmon or Bhad......54
4 cans Tall Salmon ........ ,.254
x 7 cans Sardines ..............254
Quart Mason Jars, dps,,. ,.,,.654
2 pkgs. Tease Foam . . ........ 54
1 gal. Syrup
g L EZM HM
UNION MEAT COMPANY
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106 FIRST STREET '
.Tomorrow, Saturday, the following
BIG SPECIALS will: be offered:
; , FANCY FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS - .s
. PER LB. 15e TO 20 . V.
Choice Prime Ribs of
Choice Legs of
Choice Rib and Lofn ' - P A
Mutton Chops XuC
Choice Round - " " inJ
Mayflower ' c
Butter OOC v
Tillamook Full Cream '1Q.
Cheese,. i, IOC
t , (Our Mutton is f-Superior Quality Try It). ' :
LOOK FOR THE U. S, PURPLE STAMP.' IT SIGNIFIES
' PURITY AND QUALITY "
beverage that keepi
the health of the
strong and makes
strength for the weak
A Telephone Call ;
assures prompt delivery
Main 49 - A-1149
GAMBRINUS BREWING CO.
IEfeHere? Marion Harland said in 1906 abput'IS
111 iltle ,
' Kitcnenana suosututea tor it, as an experiment Cottolene,
then comparatively a new product Since my first trial of
it I can truly gay that it has given complete satisfaction. ; I '
honestly believe it $o be the very best thing of its kind evW fel
-offered to .me Ajnerican housekeepen'
Cottolene makes biscuits that ara tender when they are cold that is a sure test
of a good shortening. Try it yourself.; Make the biscuits like this: ; ; 5
Won't you follow the ex. " !
, ample of fgmofes eooks and
make-Cottolene THE fat ,
" for all your cooking?. . ; j ;
' Order a pall from your grocer 1 1
' also send to us for valuable FRES ,
. Cook Book, HOME HELPS. , i
-BAKINQ POWDER BISCUISTS-
eupe flour, S tesBpoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 4
tablespoon Cottolene, 5-4 cup milk. Sift flour, salt and baking
powder together; rub in Cottolene; mix lightly and quickly; mix
ture should not be dry; roll out On board, cut Into small biscuits,
bake ten to fifteen minutes In hot oven. To make biscuits
richer, mix with cream. " Whole wheat, graham or rye biscuit
may be made In the same way. Edith L. Clifw V
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tppy Seed Twists, for..,". 254
German and French Rolls, ds. ,104
'Jelly Dousnnuts. dot.. ...t...204
French Pastry, dos.,., 404
-JVan DueSen Walnut
. Cakes ; . . . ....... . . , . .354-704
' Van Dussen Layer Cakes. . 604-fl
; fikamokawa Butter. S lbs.-..804
Best Ever Butter, 2 Ibs..,..,.TS4
Wild Rose Butter, 3 lbs,. ... 704
Jone Star Butter, 2 lbs....... 754
, Oregon Mist Batter, I lbs;, ,.754
tsiue Kiooon stutter, 1 Jos....7rC'
B. A M. Special Butter, i lbs. . 654
Elgin Butter. 3 lbs. . . . . ......804
Laurelwool Butter,, lbs. . . , . . 704
; Ferndale Butter, S lbs .... . . . .604
Marigold, or Swift's Oleo, t lb. 554.
Guaranteed Eggs, dos. ........ 304
Best Ranch Eggs, dos. ...... .404 !
Strictly Frsh Rn'ch Eggs, da. 504
Creamed Cottage Cheese, lb... 204
Prlmoet Cheese. I lbs... . i354
Wmburger or Cream Brick ...v.- .
t. Cheese, ;- lb.?; V.U K 254..'
Oregon Swiss Cheese, lb.... ...254
Full Cream Cheese, lb. ...... .204'
Full Cream Cheese, sharp,
. lbs. .........454
1 cans Milk ..................154
New crop Honey, 1 combs. .. .354
Reg. ISo Jer Honey......... ,104
Honey In 7-lb. palls. ....... .,004
i can Guaranteed Milk.. . .254
MEAT AND FISH
Porterhouse Steak, lb.'.; i....i84
Round or Loin Steak, lb,... ..174
Hamburg Steak, lb... ....... .104
Roast Beef. lb. ...... .1244-154
Leg of I.mb, lb 12H4
Lamb Shoulder, lb ............. 8 4
Loin of Lamb Chops, lb.... 12 H 4
Veil Roast, lb . , , . . . , , . ,'. ,.ire
Veal Loin, lb. ....;,.. ...... 184
Sugar Cared Ham or Bacon, lb.204
Salt Pork. lb.,.,...,.. 12H4
Bacon Ends, lb-....4....i,12H4
Salmon or Halibut, 3 lb,,, .,254
Smelts or Tom Cod; lb....... .104
Codfish, lb. ..................104
Mackerel. 3 for ............ ..254
Fresh Boiled Crabs,; each. .-..104
Basor Clams, 3 dos. ........ .254
, Yesb killed Poultry every day. -
Bom Made Sauer Kraut, Qt. .104
Home Mad Iin Pickles, dos,. 204
Bulk Olives, pint....... .254
Crlsco, small, 304 medium. 55
Imp. Macaroni, 3 lbe., ...... ..254
Norwegian Fish Balls, can. .. ,254
Anchovies, can ..............254
Sardine, i cans. ............ ,.254
Rogers' Peanut Butter, lb. .... 204
All kinds Home Mad, y 'Ji- r
Sausage, lb. ...i.... ...... .204
Grecian Olive Oil, Lcedfmonian
Valley brand, , pt, 5041 qt
0041 H .$3.00
TEA, COFFEE, SPICES
Upton's Yellow Label Tea. lb. 604
Rose City Coffee, lb. .. .. .... .35
.Hoffman House Coffee, lb.;.. .304
All Spices-, can .......;...r...54
3 bottles Extracts ,'. ..254
Postum, Reg. 25c, now,,..,.. 204
Blue Label CaUup ....... '....204
Pur Salad OU ...,15
'and vlle our; Candy
corner First and
WASH I NGTON ST.
W . tc3 . ' J . ku mltmrn -
Soften the hardest water on wash- v
wherever there's dirt or greasa
because it cleans and purifies
5c and larger packages.
CHICAOO . ' ,
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6c and larger packages.' , V ?1
"M tho COLD DUST JfT
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