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THE ONTAEIO AEG PS, ONTARIO, OEEGON, THURSDAY, OCT, 19 1922
NOXICi: OP SCHOOL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEnEBY GIVEN to tho legal voters of School District
No. 8 of Malheur County, Stato of Oregon, that a SCHOOL MEETWrt of
said District will bo held at the High School, on the 30th day of October,
1922, at 7:30 o'clock in tho ovoning, for the purpose of discussing the
budget hereinafter set out with tho levying board, and to vote on the pro
position of lovying a special district tax.
Tho total amount of -money needed by the said school district 'luring
tho fiscal year beginning on Juno 20 1923, and ending Juno 30, 1924, is
estimatod in tho following budget and includes tho amounts to bo re
ceived from tho county school fund, stato school fund, elementary school
fund, special district tax, and all other moneys of tho district:
MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES:
Furnituro (desks, stoves, curtains, etc.) ?
Supplies (chalk, erasers etc.)
Postago and stationary
MAINTENANCE AND ItEPAIItS:
Building nnd grounds ? 760
Building and grounds 750
1. Bonded, and lutorost thereon ?2,S05
Total :. 2'805
THAN8POIITATION OF PUPILS:
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lofton and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lofton and fam
ily motored to Baker Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Elms visited
Saturday with friends In Baker.
Mrs. J. P. Smith spent a couple
of days last week visiting at tho
Chas. Howard homo In Baker. 4
W. It. Lofton returned homo last
Thursday from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Lapert and family
and Jory Lawronco of Unity, were
Ironsldo vlsitorsl Friday.
B. Plummor and son Edison left
Wednesday on a hunting and trap
Mr. and Mrs. Itollen made a trip
to Nyssa Wednesday for household
F. Smith of Brogan came In for a
load of lumber at Howard Bros,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlisle and
son Harvey, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Q.
Whlto and daughter Norma, were
ovornlght visitors at Ironsldo "Wed
nesday, going to Brogan for winter
apples, from Unity.
Mrs. H. C. Elms spent Wednesday
vlsltinir with her sister Mrs. Julia
Smith at Brogan.
Mrs. Chas. Boore and son Clar
once went to Frultland Friday for
a visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morfltt of
Unity wero Ironsldo visitors.
Chas. Boore had the misfortune of
cutting the end of a thumb off last
Friday while making a brake block.
C. F. Wise and son shipped a car
load of beef cattle to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cape were
called to Vale Sunday on account of
the serious illness of his mother.
John Woodcock has his thresher
in repair again and is now threshing
for Locey Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rose went
to Vale Friday to have dental work
Mr, Cooper of California, was an
Ironsldo visitor Friday enroute to
II. F. Elms of Unity, was an Iron
side visitor Friday.
Bankers Discount Corp. vs. Wm.
Hanloy. 101022. $9,422.00.
Van Petton Lbr. Co. vs. Guy John
ston. 10111122. Recovery os Note.
Winnomucca State Bank & Trust
Co. vs, Frederick A. Sage. 101222.
Haujjhty Stare Cowed Leopard.
A planter In Tanganyika Territory,
South Africa, walking-' along a foot
path, fell Into a big game pit In which
a leopard had been trapped. Neither
the benst nor the man could get out
again, so the planter was "up against
it," but remembering what he hud
heard of the power of the human eye,
he fixed tho leopard with a haughty
"By this means and by making
strange noises, I kept the animal at
bay until a friend nppeared and shot
It," he said.
Others who heard of the affair, and
who know the plnnter very well, point
out that he Is a lean nnd slender man,
not likely to attract a leopard unlesi
tho latter was indeed hungry to a
Total 9 2 5
'Home Economics, $C50; Mus. & Art, $300; Phy. Training,
$125; Bctonco $225;.. Com. Dopt., $220;.. Printing, $150;
Vocational Agriculture $150; R. O. T. C, $100..
Total - 500
Total ostlmatod nniount of monoy for all purposos duilng
From county school fund during tho coming school ycar....$G,G13
From stato school fund during tho coming school year .... 2,205
From elomontnry school fund during tho coming school
Estimated amount to bo rocolvod from nil other sources
during tho coming school joar $8,050
fotnl ostlmatod receipts, not Including proposed tax $18,G29
Totnl ostlmatod oxponsos for tho yoar $47,215
Total estimated iccolpts not including proposed tax 18G29
Balance, amount to bo ralsod by district tax ..$28,586
Datod this Oth day of Octobor, 1922.
Attest: W. L. TURNER, "ft. H. LAXSON,
District Clork. Board of Directors.
Tho eighth grade are writing the
nows notes for Valley View this
Freeman Gentry has been absent
from school an account of an in
jurod arm, sustained while playing
Mrs. A. F. Burr entertained tho
seventh and eighth grades last Fri
day ovenlng in honor of the birth
day anniversary of her son Lawr
onco. A very pleasant ovenlng was
spent, games being played, after
which refreshments were served.
Rev. E. E. Martin preached nt the
school houso Sunday nftornoon.
Tho lettuce growers nro harvest
ing their crops, and report very
Tho people In the Valley View
district wore very well awaro of tho
fact that pheasant season was open
whon they heard tho reports of tho
guns last Sunday.
LoRoy Dean and Paul Mooller
wore well paid for the time they
spent last Sunday hunting, as they
brought homo a number of pheasants.
IWIiivaiiMBiiBiiJifci3BMSiWili LVftirc HijfWW
In these clrtys of high prices aud advanced liv
ing costs yon have a double incentivo to save.
Tho savings bank account of today represents
tho foundation of many a fortune of tomorrow.
Building up a reserve- is not difficult after you
havo begun it, but tho important thing is the
Wo invito you to make that start with us.
MALIIEUU COUNTY REAL ES-
TATE TRANSFERS IlECOKD-
KI OCT. 7 TO OCT. 14
U. S. A. to David M. Miller, lot G
Sec. 31-21-47. 11221.
Northorn Pacific Ry. Co. to Jor
emlnh Collins & Co., SEUSEtf Sec.
5-1G-45. 82422. $410.
P. E, Cavaney et ux to H. Crls
man et ux SWttSW.. Sec. 13; SE
HSEtf Sec. 14; NW 1-4, nnd WN
EU Sec. 24-27-38. 9822. $10.
U. S. A. to Augustln Ponson, E
Sec. 1-27-39. 11520.
U. S. A. to Leo Shoton, SE'iNEVi
Sec. 24-14-42; lots 1 and 2, ENW
M, WNE 1-4 Soc. 19-14-43.
U. S. A. to Leo Sholton, NEViSE
Soc. 24-14-42; lots 3 nnd 4, E
SWU, WHSEU Soc. 19-14-43.
Wm. H. Dofroos et ux to Arthur
L. Holland, 40 acres on Mortons Is
land. G217. $2000.
H. C. Eastham ot ux to L. 'IC.
Bullock, lots 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23,
block 3, Hadloys 1st Add. to Vale.
U. S. A. to Lewis L. Seward, SE
ViNWU, SWUNG 1-4 Sec. 24-28-37.
U. S. A. to Mary I. Seward, NWU
NEtf Sec. 24-28-37. 11314.
Lowls Seward ot ux to Frank
Clement, NWtf"NEU, SEViNW 1-4.
SW 1-4 NH 1-4 Sec. 24, SW 1-4 SE
M, SHSWU Sec. 13; SSEU. SE
1-4 ,SW 1-4 Sec. 14; N NWtf. S
W ViNWU Sec. 24-2S-37, 10422.
Frank Lynch ot ux to Kntherlno
Roborger, lots 1 and 2, block 28,
-Nyssa. 10222. $1.00.
Longlocks had just receded a check
for $10 for one of his poems.
"Now, dearie," said his wife, "let's
deposit that check In the savings ac
count and Imagine wo haven't got It."
"Where will I deposit this bill for
tho new hat jou got last week and
imagine I haven't got It?" From
No Genius Without Pessimism.
Schopenhauer, In his doctrine of the
futility of life, emphasizes the fact that
nonius Buffers more deeply and feels
more Intensely Just because of Its ab
normally developed wiu ana intellect,
nnd that, therefore, genius without pes
simism, Is unthinkable either In the
field of poetry or philosophy.
The placing of Shakespeare and
Buddha In juxtaposition Is quite In
line with the trend of modern
thought. Buddhism, like the Tagorc
cult, Is at present in the forefront of
Interest, and it Is safe to say that
during the entire century preceding
tha nnr thprn was less written and
said on tho subject of Buddhism than
In the past year. The most widely
rtivoruwit Intellectual currents are
being traced back to the Buddhistic
source, and every new system or
philosophy and all modern historical
researches are built up on Buddhistic
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