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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1913)
Albert Bracewell underwent
an operation for appendicitis
Wednesday at the Ontario hos
pital. Mrs. George Child and three
children returned Tuesday after
a few weeks visit with relatives
Edgar Vestal returned home
last Tuesday from Corvallis
where he has been attending
school at the Oregon Agricul
L. B. Mackinson resigned his
positon an superintendent of
the Methodist Sunday School
last Sundry. He hes been very
faithful in the work, always
doing his best to make the
school a success.
The Philathea class of the
Methodist Sunday school spent
last, Wednesday in cleaning the
church. Mrs. Uobiuson, their
teacher served dinner which was
much appreciated by the class.
Mr. Smith, the livery man,
was a business visitor in Boise
and Caldwell Tuesday.
Allen Kinnison who has been
attending the University at Mos
cow returned home last week.
The Methodist Ladies Aid will
meet Thursday afternoon with
their presideut, Mrs. P. A. Cru
ger Charles Coon's father and mo
ther from Nebraska are visiting
their relatives here.
Mr. Hurd, the Payette veteri
nary doctor spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Kruitland testing
milch cows for Messrs. Scritch
field, Kussell and Flack. The
test proved that the cows were
free from tuberculosis.
Herbert Smith from Meadows
visited relatives in Fruitland
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Charles
and family left last Thursday for
their former home in Wyoming.
Mr. Charles taught in the hioh
school here past year. He was
offered the position again, but
accepted a higher position offer
ed him, that of superintendent
of the high school where he
taught before coming here.
Mrs. Rosa Schmid nd
Fred left Saturday for Omaha,
Nebraska, where they will visit
a few weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Rosa Schmid and son
Fred left Saturday for Omaha'
Nebraska, where they will visit
a few weeks with relatives,
Miss Florence Kinsey of Boise
is visiting friends on the bench
Mrs. William Shaw left last
week for a visit with her daugh
ter Mrs. Skiff, who lives in
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No. 9 Fast Mall
No 27 Hnntlnnton Pun
No. 5 Oregon Waah Expreaa 7 :50 p a
No. 18 Oregon Waift Ltd 2:61 a m
No. 26 finlaa paesenper 8:50 a m
No. 10 Faat Mail 11:24 am
No. 28 Bolie passenger 3:60 p m
No. 6 Oregon Wash Expreaa 4 :40 p m
Vale train leaves at 0:80 a. m. re
turning at :i::'0 p. m.
8 Year-old Trotting Stallion
"Dan B." Record 2:255
Dark bav, heighth 1"J, weight
1250, sired by Buttonwood 2:17,
he by Nutwood, 2:1K), Greatest
Broodmare sire in United States.
First dam Romania, by Aragon
K l:18f) Second dam Arbitition
by Aberdeen 27. Third dam,
Ada Berker by (Jeorge Wilkes
2:22. Dan B has been in tho
show ring live times and took
first every time. I have paced
him for live years, against trot
ters and pacers, and sometimes
out of his clais, and only once
behind the money. Ho is u good
breeder, good driver on the
road. Price $:t.r0, if taken soon.
For further particulars address
Local Market Report
Correoted May 7, for the benefit
of Argna readere by the Malheur Mer
Eggs, per dozen. I6e,
Hotter, per poaud, 30o.
Oate, per hundred. 11.60
Wheat, per hundred, 11.60.
Hay, per ton, 86.
Potatoes, per hundred, 60.
On lone, per hundred, 81.60.
Apples, per box, 81.00. to 81. 6w
Ohlokens, dreeeed, per pound, 18c.
Pork, dreeeed, 0 to lOo.
fork, live, 7 to 7 He
Veal, 0 to.lOo.
Beef, llo to 12 .
Local Representative Wanted
BY LABOI NURSERY CO.
We want a permnnent repreeenta
tlve for thla dlstrlot. Mutt be a par
eon of Rood etandlng and character
and should have tome Knowledge of
bortlc altore. Muet on able to devote
all your tloif to the business. Un
ices T"M are making 8160 per month
jou are not dolog as well as you
should. Many of our salesmen make
from 860.00 to 876.00 par week.
Orenoo trees are known throughout
this state ne being perfectly reliable,
sturdy, faat growers, early bearers and
costing no more tlmn lots of trees that
are not neerlv so good. We hare but
one representative In each territory,
we assist you In every possible way.
our nursery Is recognized aa the largest
and most favorably know In the
entire west our tsrms are liberal.
If you wnut a permansnt. good paying
Dosltlon, with an opportunity of en
Isrgiug your Held of activity, write
us todsy. (live references, paat
occupation, etc, with yoor first Istter
OREGON NURSERY CO.
Will Celebrate the Fourth of July
National salute at sunrise.
9 a. m. Concerts on the streets by
the Weiser and New Plymouth bands.
10 a. m. Historic and civic parade.
11 a. m. Musical and Literary
Oration, Hon. Walter M. Pierce.
Program at the fair Ground.
Following Is the afternoon program:
Base ball game, Ontario vs. Weiser
for a purse of 1150.00
Motorcycle race, three miles, first
prize 80.00, second priia $6.00, third
Motorcycle race, five mile, first prize
910.00, second prize $6 00, third prize
Automobile race, Ave miles.
Automobile race, ten miles.
Bicycle race, aix blocks, for boys un
der 16, first prize 82.00, second 81.00.
Program on the Street.
Men's foot race, 1(0 yard dash; first
prize 85.00, second prise 83.00.
Men's race, 50 yard dash, first prize
$5. On, second prize $3 00.
Fifty yard race for boys under 16
years, first prize $2.00, second 81.00.
Fifty yards race for boys under 12
years, first prize $2.00, second $1.00.
Fifty yards race for girls undsr 16,
first prize, $2.00, second prize $1.00.
Fifty yards race for girls under 12,
first prize $2.00, second prize. $l. on.
Relay race, four men, four blocks,
first prise $1C00, second prise, $5.00.
Fat Man's race, 50 yards, first prize
$5.00, second prise $3.00.
Three-legged race, first prize $4.00,
second prise $2.00.
Potato race, first prize $4.00 second
Sack race, first prize $4.00, second
Tug of war, five men on a side, first
prize $10 00, second prise $6.
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