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About The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1879)
The West Shobe.
VOL. 5 No. 8.
I L. Kmmtrl, nilhtUtirr,
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Portland, Oregon, August, 1879.
WASIIINliTON CO. C'Ol'RT IKH'Si;
Shown on this page, is constructed of
It will he ready for occupancy in time
to oH'ii the fair 00 the l y h of October,
brick and cost about $15,000. It stands which for this year will last hut two
in the center of a double block and week-. The incorporators .if the Me
fronts on the principal business street chanies' Fair arc l'eler Tayloi, In P.
in the thriving little town of Hillshoro.j l'owci-, Frank Dekum, F. C". Smith.
Oregon. The interior of this building The officers are: President, F. C,
is constructed more with an eye to com
fort than ornamentation, and in that re
gard it is one of the best public build
ings in the State.
I I IK MB HAN
k B' PAIR.
On page 129
will be seen a
goo I engraving
of the Mechan
ics' Fair Pavilion
now in course of
construction i n
this city. It was
designed by Mr.
J, Krumbein, un
der whose super
vision it is being
T h e contract
price is $10,550,
but with embel
fountains, etc., it
will not fall short
of $15100. The
contractor, M r.
(J. R. Deburgh,
is doing his ut
most lo make it
a s u h 1 1 1 n t i a I
laudable work he
is efficiently aid
ed by Mr. C.
French, who has
1 hu ge of tin tin
Motk. t is n
Smith; Vice President. Petei Taylor 1
cisco. It will lw Joo feet in length by
ion in width, with 50 feet gi-nnil room
on each side. As will I seen, it
two ttorict in highl, contain all the
necrssair Balletie, music Und, etc
Till ITATI PAIR
Opens at Salem on the first of October,
and w ill continue lor ten days. Should
the weathei prove favorable, this will,
without a doubt, be lite largest fair
ever held in tint state. The elegant
new pavilion just completed, iti an ex
pense of OVCI $.i,ooo, will give ample
Secretary, II. 11. Nicholas; Treasurer, room lo all exhibitors, and the many
V. S. Ladd; Hoard of I )irectors, Frank unprovetnenta made on the grounds
Dekum, Ira Power-, (.'h is. Hodge, I', j will give Mil pleasure and comfoii to
Visitor, Let all
who inn jiossihly
do to isit the
fait grounds dm
ing the meeting
As VN heat U si-.
an 1 lit- onset ol
the duv now, c
publish the I..I
low ing : U Ik at
from I). S. Hob
man's in l.l in
Yamhill c in
shelled I J J kcl
nets lo the eai.
fioiti the fat 111 ol
J, S. MeMllllNY
iii Polk Msjnty,
shelled 145 ker
litis, w lulst lesls
from tlx faun of
also in Poll
. osjaty, give 1 1 1
k mi ls 10 Ibr
n well in Hoe
burg, the woik
which is said in eontaia sedphar, Itoe),
magnesia and othet proiertit;, similar
t those found 111 tire famous .pmigs of
Bl Pasode Hobles, Cal.
There is a uniform which i neieaaary
lot rvrlv lailioul lollduetot, namely,
I 'I J
la ftaaabJ I Aawfl K H fJ
.JulBRIalnTxLuIvS Bafl am.
asaarHTsuiAai laiai a
TMI WASIIIMiroN ...ISO itilhl llH si M.U.U....
huildmir worthv of the city that is . Smith and Pclcr T.in ..i. Oui tti
causing its erection, and is a much finei ens have every reason to feel prood ol
..ml more substantial structure than the the men wlwi have charge of this . uur
Mechanics' Fair building in San Fran- prise, ami, judging from the success
every one of them has met with in his
particular line of busincsa, we have
every reason lo hope thai they can
make our Mechanics' V a success as I
A gtc.it UK fceartl the peacock.