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THE ONTABIO ABGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THPKSDAY, OCT. 12 1922
II. H. Towncs who represents
tho Great Western Smelting and
Refining company of Portland in
this territory- combined business
with pleasuro this week while cal
ling on tho trado In this section
for ho was ablo to spend several
days visiting with his brother Ray
mond Townos of this city whom ho
had not seen for two years.
So far only two hunters who
havo combed the hills for deer
havo reported success they being
Dr. R. O. Payno and 'Dick Robin
son who brought in three saddles
of venison for distribution among
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canfleld who
spent tho summer at Pando, Col
orada roturned home on Saturday
and on Monday Mr. Canfield ac
companied R.- W. Jones on a deer
hunting trip in the hills of tho
Boar Creek region.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Locoy of
Ironside and Fred Locoy of that
samo section woro in Ontiulo over
tho week ond.
Dr. C. M. Tyler Is among the
lrrato citizens of Ontario, and the
doctor thinks with reason, for Bob
Smith and Joy Husted while hunting
along the Malheur Sunday mistook
a pair of tamo decoys for real wild
fowl, and now Doc Is searching for
a couplo of now birds.
Mrs. Lloyd Riches of Vale was
taken suddenly ill Sunday and
brought to thic city late in tho af
ttornoon for an operation for ap
pendicitis, from which she is ro
ported to bo making rapid progress
Mrs. D. W. Powers Is recovering
from the effects of an operation for
tho removal of tonsils, performed
A. L. Cockrum and sons Harry B.
and Arthur B., and George W.
Hotchkiss mado a river trip from
Nyssa to Ontario Sunday and bagged
a few ducks on ttho voyage down
NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to the legal voters and taxpayers of tho City
of Ontario, Ore., that a meeting of tho Common Council of said City will
bo hold a tho City Hall, on tho Cth day of November, 1922, at tho hour of
7:30 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of discussing any or all of tho different
items, contained in tho City Budget for 1023, hereinafter set out, with
any citlzon therein interested.
Tho following is tho Budget prepared by the Budgot Committee
of tho City of Ontario and shows in detail tho amounts of money necessary
for tho different oxponsos of the City during tho ensuing fiscal year, to
gether with tho estimated revenues of tho City from all sources other
than municipal taxei. e- M
CITY OF ONTARIO, OREGON, BUDGET FOR 1023 "
PERSONAL SERVICE NO.
Marshal ."..." Ono
Chief FIro Dopt Ono
Health Offlcor Ono
Supt. Water Systom Ono
Engincor, Water System .. .Ono
Collector, Water System ... Ono
Laborers, Water Systom. .....Extra
Pound Master Ono
Janitor, City Hall Ono
Caiotnkor, Cemetery Ono
Street Commissioner Ono
Laborers, Street Extra
Laborers, Sowers Extra
Librarian, City Library .... Ono
Janitor, City Library Ono
SALARY PER YEAR TOTAL
$ 900.00 900.00
4.00 por shift 200.00
Services rendered 800.00
..1080.00 & houso rent 1080.00
3.20 por day 320.00
3.20 per day 900.00
3.20 por day 300.00
$5.00 per regular
meeting attended 3G0.00
MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES
Moals, Jail Prisoners $ 20.00
Telephone, City 100.00
Supplies, FIro Department 100.00
Auto Service, Wator Systom 360.00
Fuol, Wator Systom 160.00
Freight and Express 100.00
Ront, Warohouso Water Systom 120.00
Supplies Wator Systom 370.00
Fuel, City Hall 425.00
Suppllet, Cemetery 50.00
Supplies, City Hall 125.00
Team, Stroot Commissioner G00.00
Suppllos, Stroot Dopt 250.00
Fuol, Library 150.00
Toluphono, Library 50.00
Stationery, Library 50.00
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
Ropalrs, City Hall and Jail $390.00
Motors and Tools, Wator System 400.00
Ropalrs, Water Systom 300.00
Up-ltoop, Sow or and Water Plpos 100.00
Magazlnos and Books, Library 340.00
Repairs Library 100.00
Up-keop, Streets and X-Walks 750.00
Comotory Improvements 700.00
Park Improvements and Up-keop 1000.00
Now Strcots $2,000.00
Premiums $ 65.00
LIGHTS, WATER AND POWER
Eloctrlc Power, Wntor Systom $2000.00
Comotory Irrigation 100.00
Lights, Streots and City Hall 3500.00
Wntor, Hydrants nnd City Hall 300.00
initiation, uopot and Parks qu.uu
Eloctrlc Powor, Sowora 180.00
Lights, Library 60.00
Wutor, Library 50.00
All City Dopartmonts $ 200.00
Intoroat on bonded Iudebtodnuoss $15,200.00
Interest on out-standing wnrrants .... 800.00
For all Dopartmonts $1,000.00
F. Smith of Brogan was a Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howard wore
dinner guests of Mrs. Nick Wes
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiso mado a
business trip to Brogan Sunday.
Mrs. Ike Powers returned home
Satutday from an extended visit at
Ontario with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Westfall.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deroe re
turned this week from Ontario. Mr.
Deroe reports having sold their 10
acre tract of land at Ontario.
Bon Jones and family of Bontta,
wero ovenlght visitors at tho Ell
Rise home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins of Canyon
City ,aro visiting their daughter
Mrs. Fred Lawrence and family
Mrs. Alvin Busby, Mrs. Lance
Stout and daughter Clara, were
Ironside visitors Friday at the
homo of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. McCray of Vale, installed an
electric washing machine for A. E.
Last week occured tho wedding
of Guy Wise and Miss Nora Lath
rope. F. H. Lawrence and family moved
to Unity Thursday where they have
leased some land for tho coming
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Rise, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Lawrence motored
to Ontario o'n business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Niekles spent
tho first of the week in Ontario on
business, returning homo Thurs
day. . "
Mrs. Bert Lawrenco and sister
Vova and Mrs. Frank Jones motored
to Brogan Trusday for fruit.
Mrs. B. Plummor and son Edi
son went to Brogan this weok for
A. E. Nlckles and Arthur Van
Buran motored to Malheur river
Ellon Smith of Brogan, spent
tho weok end with her grandpar
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith.
Elmer Sympson and mother mo
tored to Brogan Monday.
Grand Total of OAtlmatod City oxponsos for nil purposes for
your of 1923 $4G,31G,00
ESTIMATED CITY RECEIPTS FOR 1923
From Wntor Systom $10,000.00
Fiom Finos and Licenses 1,400.00
From Pounds and Dogs 200.00
From Intorost on Deposits 300.00
From Comotory 650.00
From Road Tax 2,500.00
From Delinquent Improvement Tnxes 9,063. 6S $24,113. OS
Amount of monoy to bo raised by City Taxos $22,201.32
Dated ut Ontnrlo, Oregon, this 16th day of September, lazs.
CLAY M. STEARNS,
(SKAL) City Rocordor.
City Expenditures for 1919, 1920, 1921 nnd 0
City Rocorder's offico $ 1,285.37
City Treasurer's Offico ISO, 45
City Attorney's offico 309.30
Police and Jail 2,598.00
Flro Department 1.574,54
Health Department 60.00
City Pound 133,00
City Hall 1,031.00
Bonds and Intorost 11,700.00
Wntor Systom 16,038.63
W II. DOOLITTLE.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids for the construction
of 260 feet of 6 feet concrete side
walk with 6 Inch curbs on curb lines
on east sldo of block 24 will bo re
ceived and oponod at the meeting of
tho Common Council of tho City of
Ontario, on October 9th at 7:30
By order of Common Council.
CLAY M. STEARNS,
I will pay Fifty Dollars to any
one who will return my old saddle
horso 25 years old, and a pet.
Takon from tho Ed. Hulery pasture
about July 7th.
D. C. Booth,
23 North First West,
Salt Lake City, Utah
CONDENSED REPORT OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO. OREGON
Ai Made to the Comptroller of Currency at the Close of Business Sept. 15th 1922
Loans and Discounts $378,572.07
Bonds and Warrants 60,459.07
Bank. Houso and Fixtures 39,147.36
Other Real Estate 18,160.18
Surplus and Profits 63,684.74
Bills Payable NONE
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FOR SALE Ave acros on hill 3-4
mile from High School under ad
vancement Co. ditch with -water
rleht. Fine place for chickens or
garden. All good soil. Price $680
Inquire W. H. Doollttle Trustee.
months of 1922 and 6 months budget allowance
Stroot Dopartmout ....
Councllmon's Salaries ........
City library 642.08 1,166.69
Stnto of Oregon, )
County of Malheur ) ss
City of Ontario )
I, Clay M. Stearns, do hereby cortify that I am tho duly appointed, qualified and acting Recordor of tho
City of Ontnrlo, Oregon, that tho abovo ami foregoing Is tho Budget of City Exponsos as cortifled to me by
Chairman and Socretary of tho City Budget Conunlttoo and a tabulation of tho City expenses for tho threo fiscal
years next proceeding tho current yoar and tho oxponsos for six months of the current year togother with the
budget allowance for said Bix months and all of the foregoing ns shown abovo has been compiled from tho Re
cords of my office and In my charge.
Wituoaa my band and tho City Seal affixed this 16th day of Septombor, 1922.
, CLAY M. STEARNS,
(SEAL) . ci7 Recorder ,
Directory of Ontario's Business Firms
DR. J. A. MC FALL
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
The Oldest Bank in Malheur
County "Service that Serves"
Capital' and Surplus $100,000.
HOME MADE) CANDIES
PURE AND DELICIOUS
Take a box home for Sunday
BON BON CANDY SHOP
. . . . 8. L. Tompkins, jProp.
The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur
County. Good Meals 1 40c
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO.
Farm Operating Equipment
McCorrolck. Deerlng and P. & O.
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET
Phones 6 and 13 E
It Its Cood To Eat We Havo It,
If It's Farm Produce We Buy It
nEIIISEN & RYAN
Tho Home of) Good -Eatsiand
Phones'3 and 131
"Not the Cheapest, But the Beat"
Ernest Barcus, Prop.
All Kinds of (Breads, Cakes
Phone 34 W2
Borrice day and night. Tuber
cular testod cows. Clean and sanl
BLACKABY JEWELRY STORE t
"Gifts that Last"
O. M. Castleman, Prop.
Prescription Specialist Victor
Phonographs Rexall Remedies
H. R, UDICK
Plumbing and Heating
Domestic Water Systems
MORRIS MILLINERY &
Palymre Waists Women's Dresses
And Sport Clothes
TAGOART HARDWARE CO.
Malheur County's Largest
J. O. McCREiaHT HARDWARE