the in visit 0. new just in of Ben 6f the is the an Mr. this two one the to up the of delivered and the to and tcr oho County Fairs this Fall Following a record-breaking harvest in practically every section of the state, Oregon will this Fall witness a large number the best fairs ever held in the Northwest. Twenty-five counties have announced the dates for their exhibitions, Ccos and Curry counties will juin forces while ambitious Clackamas county will stage two fir. Portland will hold Its Manufacturers and Land Products Show in late October and early November, and that city will also be represented, tnrough its commercial organizations or business houses, at every one of the county fairs. Subject to future possible change, following are the dates: Oregon State Fair, Salem, September 28 to October 3. Baker County, Baker, September 14- 19. Benton County, Corvallis, September 23-26. Coos and Curry Counties, Myrtle Point, September 23-26. Clatsop County, Gearhart, September 24-26, Crook County, Prlneville, Sep-' Ictnber 23-26. Clackamas County, Canby, Sept. 16-19. East Clackamas County, Esta-cada, Sept. 8-9. Douglas County, Roseburg, Sept. 16- 19. Lane County, Eugene, Sept. 22-25. Lincoln County, Toledo, Sept. 22-25. Linn County, Scio, Sept. 23-25. Multnomah County, Grcsham, Sept. 15-19. Morrow County, Hcppner, Sept. 17- 19. Malheur County, Ontario, Sept. 15- 19. Polk County, Dallas, Sept. 17-19. Sherman County, Moro, Sept. 7-10. Gilliam County, Condon, Oct. 1-3. Wasco County, The Dalles, Sept. 23-25. Tillamook County, Tillamook, Sept. 15-18. Washington County, Forest Grove, Sept. 23-25. Whecl.r County, Fossil, Sept. 22-23 Union County, La Grande, Sept. 22-21. Ynmhill Cojnty, McMinnville. Sept. 23-26. Kulmoth County, Klamath Falls, Sent. 24-20. Umatilla County, Tendleton, Sent. 21-20.