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Here's a Way to Pay the' Ex-
i I Dfense ft! Clean' nxr Ynnr
1 f onI tlrX VXX.
Editor Statesinaa: j i; t f j . ' .
Each year there is more land
growingiupi to- brash- In; the
sloughs of this Valley. There ' ere
several reason for this
but the principal "ones. are that la-
dot la, Jugh-and.tha,- farmer, i
unablet to sea" Ti rf " Vik
product enough return from thO
land ff '- if rsr bmki.. j
cleared; to repay his expense.; -:
No that the lmetf"fndntrv u
fairly 'under war and . mmrc
for 'flit fiber stri .
w - m - iu OU
the -of portunity is here for the
farmer 'toHtrub and th tfc
sjeugh land and reallza enonrh
return from -one crop f flax to
Pay all the. expense ; At laa t
three crops of flax can be grown
jia as. manyt ponsectitire years be
fore rotation is necessary, r
! One. Dieca of . errwrtiri in
Turner; atrtct,eTlx, tons of
iirst ciassflber , straws, the first
year aiier it waagTubbed. and it
raised between four and live tons
" , -yw year ue iwo years
following:. - ..
There .are hundreds of acres of
iana mat ., can, be brought into
production.- and Jthe flax inffnsrrv
jwill inakVlt possible for the farm
er ro erear his land if brush and
turn, it -into an asset instead of a
burdei If ha. vm set -nhAnt if
In the rlch sloDrTi i-ni 4 u
De necessary for the farmer to use
eenain amount of discretion In
tha amount' lot seed and manner
of seedine. but If n h.
experience he can get instructions
from theater! men for tha linen
mills, bribe tlai m a n it Vtt,
Li,ry. Bonift tt u the j finest! uc"S8ruiiv jrrown in tM wt
quality of fiber straw, that was M. &d that frnft is not the opTv
satisfied that the Bartosx machine J
is tne keystone to It. -
. . GROWER. .
Salam, Or., October 21,' 1925,
LIST" OF; GROWERS'
FOR STATE PLANT
I Siaie Trjafnini SchooC aIeni.
Stauffer,15 Julius, Hubbard.ji
.eieiger, yr.5, Salem, It& 9,
; Strubhar'X JnntbafdRti 2.
Somnteri.W- Turner. Rt. i,
awen Wolff,; x,.: -s.- Salem, Rt. 5. ,
. Jerrill, H, ;D., Amity, R. 1
, Thomason, p. E Turner.
- Thomason,' Owen, Turner
Towle, E. J.. f5haw.
.Townsend. iL E Turner, Rt 2.'
iracy, u. c Turner, Rf. 3.
,;i;eax' J- i ' Albany, Rt. "S.
tngerj. a.,; Mt.c Angel.
vreaei, rt. 4 Dallas.
vansan ten, E Salem Rt. j x;
BOX 21. r; 1. t V t ; "
.Versteer;, N. J-.mltyRt.
Wat, II.. jr., Rlckreall. Rl 1.
wait, otls. Rickreall.- - -
Walker, Mabel. Turner. 7
. Wallace, Paul B-Salem.,
.Wallace, E.:P.. AumsTiire.
I w arner, ? c. ? A., Salem, Rt , 5,
BOX IZJ. If
J Welch, Prank X. Salem.
Wells. Abe." Aurora. Rt. 5.
5 veuy, uiaeon, Salem, Rt. 7
, Wlllson. M, RIckrealt Rt. 1
Welts. Levi. Huhbarfl . !
Wilson, Fred t,.; Salem; Rt. i 2
Witzel, R. O.. Turner. Tit ft
Witzel, Kenmeth. Turner. Rt'3
vvirtn. j. M.. Salem.
jYoungen. a., Salem. Rt. I.
T i 7aeh. Emnj Mf. Ansrfcl
Zimmerman', Jacob, Salem -rl
EVERYTHING THE r
, EAST HAS AND MORE
- . (CbnUnnBa 'from' pre ) ,
turne4 to the state this year
wa Brua- oa.aiosn-Iaad tbat
weiarmea. many ..years.
a yieia or 3 tons ra
"will pay the expense of clearing
asset. I found the cjlmate so "far
toisi season wonderfal. andrfiwm
personal obserration T nn
say that when it comes to a p1aV
for real enjoyable Hvinr. both
from i a monetary and healtbfnl
, . prvparauon, 1 muapwry ana neaitl
seeding at'$10; seed ?5; and hand standpoint.? yon hare It here
pulling, $2 0.00.O
The. land will be cleared and as
mjich ,net return abore actual m
estmint as is now obtained from
wheaVwill be realized. : ' f j
, i C OROWERV i
Turner, Oct211925a y.: J
Oreeon and your beautiful city of
The scenery. In votrr ntt
equal to any witnessed in Ameri
ca, and to me it Is a revelation
to see Tour beautiful mountains
wltlutbrtr tall fir trees.
s'treams of pnre mountain water.
waicnaus ana .tne immense re
sources fo be found on the liin
must anneal ta n nn
I machine, a U chances for delay
J during -the busy harvest season
! are reduced to a minimum. ts
I t9w Parts are simple, and strong.
ivvncaiea .wnere neces-
saryi .assuring long life and continued-satisfactory
essay accessible for. cleaning or
replacement; and a simple scraper
bar keeps the dirt off the rollers
at all times, thus preventing wear
and tear on the - rollers, which
should'easily last as lone as the
f metal parts.
1 th. ft.. ..111.-
, w lma, wiMius uecoanism I . .j ici-
! j is atUched In such a way that it oped P011! "wter power, which
;iviwnaiui; UlSCOnneClcCI and tDe I ' i . .v.v, ugvuuui.
:ilA1...t.i . . ... llMK 'f9rlnrln Unit Inn.t.l .
TJuTlne the Dast Vesi- T
traveled bv auto tbroneh tnanv
of our states. I hay covered
tne entire state of Oregon and
have a very rood contention of rhe
several productive sections within!
Its boundarlesand Particularly the I
uisirict aronna f?alem Impressed
me as befnsr an ideal location for
anyone who desires to live In
peace with his Ood and enjoy life
to the fnllest extent here In the
you nave everything the east I
has and Jnst a little bit more, in
cluding" climate, seenerv. an n.
limited and only partially devel-
'sickle .'replaced, thus making the
; macmne available for a grain
binder in the usnarway, truly
1 remarkable achlerement. ' .
j The machlfle will, no doubt, be
i manufactured here as pa rfhe in
; tention of Mr. Bartosx and "Mr.
5 Teirney, :.thus -y addlhg, 'another
much needed activity to the list of
KTawiog industries,, and will; no
1 doubt, greatly stimulate the grow
; ing ot Xlaxm this Walitv ivr th.
elimination of the
less "factories and industries of
every nature to your state. Yours
: . O. B. KELSON
Former resident of Illinois.
STATE FLAX INDUSTRY
HAS DOURLED CAPACITY
(continued from paf 9) .. j
plants will nave tn lia Watait
different 'parts of the valley to
mttt uuin8 me wst of transporta-
? . MMUU tat .
f Fulling-process. Mr.BartOsx. thel: on Irom tBe fIeM to tae.retUng
inventor, la tn A ,-.vi I 1 tanks and ctitchine plants.
; mated oa the;perfecUon of this ...Tbese B08ibIlitles and probabilt
: impla flax, puller which wiU giv
I a? "new Impetus to one of our most
1 promising '-neTrindTtstries.'
J. A. WEBER.
Oct., 19, 1925.
ities are by no means an exagger
ation. Tnis statement Is Tsnppo'rt
?.DT.th.e.iact that many farmers
were 'engaged in "crowin"? ""fiw
flax the. past year, who previously
una oeen unaware of the' benefits
to be; derived from such a crop.
. . : lias Great Future'
There are already Several en-
thusiastic devotees and promoters
othe flax industry, butVith linen
- - t ' V-
oro Abot llarss Puller
Editor Statesman: t r, 1
Tot assure permanency in : the
replace hand labor in haVvestiag gS? ndy. bt "srith linen
the. flax. T"5J mills now in operation demanding
Un to the present t. mor raw "" h will ln-
hlnery placed Ift, the Tieldln the 17,. WV" the straw
, Salem district liasrt JdSt XltfT?? ?e producer-
about afi 'ril . . U5Ul we cannot look back upon the
tSUAJSi2?J?? .8.aIlnf.t0 ""esses of tWiyear I iL . natt
iarre- X9 t,a.feelingoL: assurance.
1 T&tiytKrt industry destined
, . ... . . 10 oecome one or saiems most at-
Wing machine that wui tractive and profKableter It
r"l"im 8aTins ? " leat one- s- In conclusion, we take nlean
A. SLS&S- M? Mpres,ing;ourtaPPrecIatIonof
B . i, "Ttt-ir" T me, altitude taken by the Oregon
mfni 25? - ' ?Sk? att ?ttadl- Statesman, whose efforts in 4e
meat for a binder that would tin 11 1 hi f ... i
simi5ifi:;rxrr":rt! emJ Dnets tha rtam
lv iinT! kIT.T ' w wcrue w u by ;a esUbllsh-
an1;ir!,H 1of, the:new ,inen ilsrand
iitfcVM ' , "V A- P'eie lDe general increase in acreage
a. . L. fc'T, 0,,1 " in ine wiuamette
.f vruumaieiy f 1 vaney. - v ; ... ,; . ';
Tnamai.pulto-a-fOBr. foot Vjoin with The Statesman; in
swath and should cover from 6 to extendine 6111 HSt vl: CO tk el?
1 0. reTer--dap.Three 'horses I those "VTlATIaf"'"R&t'tf -v.KAfertfcu.
v,-ou," ?or mayoe used ioritor tne5 growth: of the flax in
motiVe power. Machines will be dustrv:1 ' Yonrtf fni f t ,
operated the coming season by the 1 ! STATE FLAX ijCDTSTRT :
mnnracturereand hy gTowersf ROBERT CRAWFORD, SupR
whoj will contract to cnll flax for - SaleW. Ore. ?net 9a - to-t
oilier powers. ,n , , . ' I . --v- ..
win s e greatly --Benefited tir b
for bullhiff. JDemonstratfona fhA 1 ; NcnjVTor
past; week . Vere Vitacssed by a I y i f Jr1 cn.troa ty
number of people, who art deeply ; Vi f) Cl fF CJ4C
interested. Itheuderelopmentof 1 . . V AIir?.lV51
faat more fitting cirid appropriate
gitt to your loved ones at
mas than your
Think of the years to come.
portrait will be a source! of inspii-a-
and a blessing. Nbw Mother.
don't put it off. We will gladly ar
range a sitting for your convenience
your visit to j our studio
951 FOR APPOINTMENT
to'lke good pictures
the linen jndtiTj and fhvr aro