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TI1E ONTARIO AUG US, ONTARIO, OREGON, TUURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1910
Fair Board Activities
mgni ine inseeis vyalii
nv u. iiicsiiii: itonv
You rniiiuit nirord (it let (tie ln.ctn, mid oiiciiiIim nr tlio kiiii1'!i
pitti-li, jour berry IiuhIiih or jour lliittrr guidons ilcMiny jour labor,
or I In) tioiiutloM of jour homo.
If jou ums tho Ocriiilrldo itiul Ponders n mII. They lire rlonllll
rally prepared for (lie mperlllo purpose of iIpMiojIiik t-t . Wo lime
Let Us Tell You About Them
0. G. Luehrs Drug Store
Ontario, .... nrejpon
Now open for business
WKI.Ii COOKKl) FOOD
OpHii- 0:30 h. in. to 12 p. in.
HANlTAItY ItAltllKIt SHOP
I'. II III TT I NO II AM
IMiomo 157 M
Ht. W. 0. HOWH
Tel, I IT Ontario, Or.
PIlAKWHlt, ItAOOAtlK AND RX
ItmicherH who have mnohlnttry
must koup tliotii In rHimlr
All Kindt .Mm-lilnory
Wo speululUe on Pumps nml
Our Prleoi Aro IIIkIiI.
MARSDEN MACHINE SHOP
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
llolvwcii Oiitiirlo Pharmacy mid
DItS. WKESE & FOltTNHR
0 to 12 mid 2 to G
Offlco over First National Hunk.
I'elopliono No. 33 J. Ontario, Ore.
The E. B. CONKLIN LAND
Alfalfa Lauds, l'lirm llomoif, Dairy
Cows, nt tlm ,
I ml. 8. W. OnUrlo Phono 100-KS
Hoports coming from various com
mutiltls In tlio County nro to tho of
foci Hint tlioro will lie a groat deal
of good imturcd rivalry In tho com
munity exhibits this year. All of the
progressive communities In tho Conn
ty nro coming through with n fine
collwtlon of oxhlhlu.
Thin feature of tho hIiow Id vory
attractive mid of tiiiuch vnhto to tho
various conitnuultlort of tlio Count)',
tmrtlculnrly nt this tlmo when there
tire no ninny strangers In tho County
selling to buy homo, mid who will
iiRturnlly he attracted to tho commu
nity thnt putH on n good oxhllilt nt
Then, too, mi oxhllilt will ho Bent
from thin l'n I r to tlio Htnto I'tr
whoro It will bo mIiowii and tlio Ore
Hon Htnto Chamber of Commorco will
then tnlto It and placo It on exhlbl
linn In tho Oregon Untitling In Port
IhiiiI, whoro It wll bo witnessed b
a gront tunny thousand peoplo ovcry
It In vory urgout thnt wo linvo u
good oxhllilt HiIh your to go to tho
Statu Fair, hecnuso tlioro nro so many
people nttturMly coming to Hautorn
OreRon Htrarted by tho dovolopmont
work being dono on tho WnrniBprlngs
Irrigation project, that It w'.ll bo of
grtwU ndvmilnge If wo could 'hnvo
thU added advertisement In tho Stuto
ISxhlblt liiilldlug lit I'ortlnuil.
Mtoniotk Kxlilldt Kiiroimigcd.
Rtookmon who oxhllilt nt tlio Mul
littur County Fair this your wilt bo
PIhmmiI to note that everything pos
sible li being done to mitko tho Fair
ground Httnioilvo mid conveiilout.
The outtlo Imrim have till been rono'
vnted mid (he Inside will bo whlto
wkmIiwI, tliun nhowliig tho cnttlo up
to much grenter mlvuiitiigo. Adill
IIoiirI wittering trough will bo put
In nt convenient plucim,
Tho dlreotorn are now working
on the phut of building u njnitll hIiow
ring with olevatod mouIm, ho Hint tho
parties dcMrlng to wltncsn tho hIkiw
Ing of tho flno stock mid hear the
Jtidgca' statomontR regarding tho
prlzo winners, will hnvo no difficulty
In doing so. This will also attract
ninny moro people to tho Judging.
Tho Corn Products nnd Itoflnlng
company of Now York has rwiorvoil
n placo In tho Exhibition Halt to ills
play by-proihtcti) of corn.
A pnrty of llvu wires, headed by
Al. Chance nnd Frank Itadcr, visited
N'yssa mid tho Dig llcnd country by
auto Tuesday, nnd lined up nulla n
number of u'.nglo farm exhibits.
Tho I'nlr Hoard decided to hnvo
tho Kxhlblt Hall whitewashed from
top to bottom, which will not only
glvo n cleaner nppenrnnco, but will
aid In giving moro nnd better light.
Prosldcnt Tunny advises that, dur
ing tho past wook, ho was successful
In lining up qulto a number of cnttlo
nnd grain exhibits. Among tho ex
hibitors being Nl S. Fclthouso of
Now Plymouth. Mr. 1'oltliouso has
exhibited nt tho County Fairs before
nml has always captured qulto a iiuin
lior of prlzos, mid this year ho Iiiih
promlKod to show rcglstorod Short'
horn cnttlo, Hmnpshlro rheop nnd
Standard bred horses.
Wo nro ndvlBcd by a. W. Demi,
Muster of tho Ornngo, that n cunt
inlttco of fnrmors In tho lloulovard
district has been uppolntcd to gnthor
a community Uleplny. Mr. l)oun also
lolls us that 1i!m iiolghhors oxpect to
clean up tho prlzo nt tlio County
Fair. Wo nro glad to hear this good
tiows, but from reports rocolvod from
other districts, tlioro Is going to bo
lots of competition, nml It will not
bo known until after tho Judging has
taken placo which Is tlio host com
niiintty. Wo nro expecting big things
from tho lloulovard this year mid
know tho farmers will keep up their
Commercial Club Activities
V. MCSI.I1J,1J0DY, Secretary
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Motor Company have
atructud us to sell tho jronuiiH' Ford
irts to any and overy reliable Garage
lo will pledge their use in the repair
Ford ears. The genuine Ford Parts
e absolutely necessary to the owner
rviee ironi'liis ear. We carry them
d so, we hope, in a short time will
cry reliable Garage. We solicit your
rviee business because we have the
ml .Mechanics and the Ford prices,
eidentally would be glad to get your
der for tine or more Ford cars.
V. II. STAPI.KS, MANAOKIt
The Red Crown sign signals satisfaction. It stands
for straight-distilled, nil-refinery gasoline high
quality every drop! Look for the Kcd Crown
sign before you fill
STANDARD Olt. COUTANV
V. II. (I renin of tho Oregon Jourii
hI, of Purtlmid, was a visitor In town
tills wook looking over tho Mold to
Inerwun his niilnMirlburn. Mr. Omnia
Ium ttppolutod W. F. I Ionian as cor
respondent to tlio Journal, and a a
sures the Commorclnl club that tho
ei:tor of this paper would ho only
Camel aro oW every'
paekag uf 30 04 frellet or
in a eUMtne-papr-Ofivered
tartan. We mlrotily reeoni
mtuMl Mi earton for the
livme ar offieo aupply or
It. J. Reynold Tobacco Co,
Wlniton-Satcm, N. C.
CAMELS are in n class by themselves easily the
most refreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can provo that! Simply compare
Camels puff-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price I Put quality, flavor and cigarette satis
faction to tho utmost testl
Mode to meet your taste, Cnmob never tiro It, no matter how
liberally you smoke them I The exiwrt blend of choice Turkish
nnd choice Domeatic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so full
bodiud, yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
time you light one you Ret new and keener enjoyment ! .
1'riMKlom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any
unpleasant cigretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are
In fact, Cmols appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so
many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons,
premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I
too glad to publish any mid all noww
Items soul In. It Is vory posslblo
that, Immediately after tho Fair, n
npoclnl supplement will bo Issued
dodllng oxcluslvcly with Ontario mid
Kimterii Oregon development. This
'. tho class of advertising that pays.
0. W. Dean of tho lloulovard Is
now n member of tho Commorclnl
club, having signed up on Monday.
Mr. Den 11 Is nlrendy an enthusiastic
worker for the club and has promlsod
to Interest n number of his neighbors.
Tho club has taken up the matter
of getting hotter recognition In tlio
IIoUo papers. News Items, from
tlmo to tlmo, linvo bcon sent In, and
for somo season or otho.', wero not
prlntod; mid tho assistance of tho
Ilnlso Chamber of Commorco has been
solicited In an endonvor to hnvo somo
mention mado In tho two llolso pa
pers of somo of the Improvements
taking placo In Ontario,
O. II. TJC8T, Bpechil Agent Standard Oil Company, Ontario, Oregon.
STATU CIIAMIIKU CIIVIIS
(Continued From Page 1)
preliminary campaign to secure
Tolls AlHIIIt ItCMlllltloll.
"At first tlioro wits a disposition
not to endorse nny irrigation proj
oct," said Mr. Wackuby, "and nn ef
fort was mado to sldo track the res
olution to tho Irrigation committee.
Thoso opposed endorsement took the
position that tho stato chamber
should consldor all of tho fcaslblo
projects mid endorse them In a body
nnd leavo tho selection to tho federal
authorities, where of course, It will
"I opposed this plan and urged
that deflnlto projects bo solocted so
that tho fedoral authorities would
know what we want. In this I was
supported by C. C. Chapman of the
Oregou Voter, Kmory Olmstead uud
othor Portland 111911, and thru their
co-operation tho resolution was fi
"Tho work done for tho Owyhee,
since It is tho first project endorsed,
should bo of material benefit, and It
shows, too, that tlio people over there
aro Interested In tliO'dovelopment of
Irrigation projects on this side of the
Mr, Dlackaby reached homo yes
Automobile Tops Repairing
are our specialties. Now is the time to have
your enr made to look like new. Bring it in and
we will do the rest.
Oldest Garage in Malheur County
Seguine Auto Co.,
by Building a Home
II. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary of Labor.
Van Petten Lumber Co.
Mrs. C. E. Ulngham,, Mrs. C. A.
Keefe and Mrs. 0. E, Secoy spent
Saturday In Caldwell,
J. P. Negus of Sioux City, Iowa,
visited a few days with 0. H. Ding
ham and family.