Why They Like Ontario
Ontario Land Pays Interest on $187.50 Per Acre
Operating statement of W, H. McEldowney Company, 100 acres
Irrigated land at Ontario, Oregon, for the year 1910, farmed by
renter on 60 per cent basis.
Sold Wheat, one-half the crop.
Bold Alfalfa straw, one-half the crop
Sold Alfalfa seed, one-half the crop..
Sold Apples, two-flfths the crop ....
Sold Alfalfa hay, one-half the crop..
Owe one-half the water rent .
Owe one-half the sacks.
Owe one-half the threshing.
Assessment on water stock, 1910 .
Fire insurance assessment. 1910 .
Net proceeds, 1910..
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ONTARIO, OREGON, THE COMING RAILROAD CENTER.
Ontario Has Suburbs
Not in the city limits has the
building operations been entirely
confined, but valuable lands adjoin
ing have been laid out and many fine
homes built, which in the course of
time will be taken Into the corpor
Heights, a tract of 22 acres over
ate limits of Ontario.
Ontario, the Railroad City
The future Big City of the Snake River Valley
We are agents for the Ontario Land and Townsite Company who own SEVEN HUNDRED LOTS in the ORIGINAL TOWNSITE of
ONTARIO. The price of these Lots range from SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS to ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
TEN DOLLARS down and FIVE DOLLARS per month WITHOUT INTEREST.
We have for sale FIVE and TEN ACRE FRUIT TRACTS within fifteen minutes walk of the BUSINESS CENTER nf ONTARIO
with PERFECT WATER RIGHT, a. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS per ACRE, TERMS one-fifth down and the
balance in equal annual payments.
Choice ALFALFA and FRUIT LANDS for sale in all parts of this valley, at prices from ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOT I
to TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS per ACRE. UULLAKb
ONTARIO will have a population of TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND within a few years.
For further information, call or address
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST.
Burbridge & Doolittle
looking the city, has been platted,
and many people who are looking for
investment in homes within walking
distance of the business section have
purchased. Villa Park, a beautiful
building tract which lies due north
of Terrace Heights, has been platted,
some fine homes erected and a side
walk also laid to connect with the
city walk leading to the fair ground.
Potatoes as Money Maker in Ontario
Ontario, Oregon, June 7, 1911.
Ontario Commercial Club, Ontario, Oregon.
Gentlemen:—Replying to your favor in which you ask me for
statement of my potato crop for last year (1910);—
I have found that the Early Rose variety is best suited to this
climate, both on account of their excellent keeping qualities, as
well as being valuable for early market.
Last season I planted nine rows of Early Rose potatoes about
30 rods long, from which I marketed 9.000 pounds of potatoes and
also gathered 1,150 pounds additional which were fed to hogs.
These potatoes were grown on a fraction over one-third of an
acre and were sold on the local market at $1,00 per hundred
At this price the returns from an acre would be $240.00 and
had they been kept until spring I could have sold them both on the
market or for seed at $3.00 per hundred.
I regard the land in the vicinity of Ontario as excellent po
tato soil and under proper care will yield large returns.
Yours very truly,
W. S, REES.
Further north some new homes have
been erected and it is the prediction
that the property known as "The
Hill" will undoubtedly become the
residence section. North of the city
many new additions have been laid
out and during the coming year
many new Improvements may be ex
A new addition termed Riverside
has been platted by the Ontario Land
& Townsite company. This addition
has been leveled, cement sidewalks
put down, and 800 shade trees
planted. A pumping plant has been
installed to supply parks laid out
with fountains and driveways.
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