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THE ONTAJtIO AKUUS. ONTARIO, OKEOON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25), 1920.
WOMti.V AN1 TIIK INCOMH TAX Womcn who hnri Incomes during 1919 nro reminded by Collector of Intcrnnl Hovenuo Milton A. Miller that thoy nro Bithjcct to nil of tho provisions of tho Federal Incomo Tax. Many thousands of women fllo returns and pay taxes regularly, and tlicro aro now names added to tho lint each year. Tho high wngos and sal aries received by women last year will perhaps doublo tho number of thoso who aro required to fllo re turns. ' A public school teacher, or other city, town county nml stato employee, Is not taxed on her salary or wages, but must f lid a return It her taxablo Incomo from othor nourcoB was suf ficient to en mo within tho law's do- mauds. An unmarried woman, widow, or married woman who Is living apart from her husband, must flto an In como Tax return If her not incomo .'jr 1919 was $1000 or mora. Bho Is entitled to nn oxcmptlon of $100. If sho Is tho head of a family as defined In tho Incomo Tax rtogu IntloiiH, sho may claim $1000 addi tional exemption, Also, sho may clnUn further exemption of $200 for each person for whom sho Is tho chlof support, If tho doponednt Is undor 18 or Is mcntnlly or physically defective, A married wnmnn who has nn In como from n soparato sourro than her, husband Is entitled to fllo a sop strata return wllh. respect to that In ooriio. Ordinarily n husband nnd wlfo fllo ono Joint return, Including tho Incomo of both; but If tho hus band docs not Includo his wlfo's In como tho wlfo Is required to fllo hur own roturn. Boparato returns of husband npd wlfo aro required If either had n net- Incomo oxcccdlng $C000. A married woman who lives with her husband Is not allowed a pro scribed exemption. Sho nnd her hus band hnvo $2000 plus $200 addition for each oponduut; nnd this oxoitip t Ititi tuny bo tnkoti by either or di vided In any manner desired. , woman who was wlowcd during 11)10 hits nn oxuinptlnu for tho full yuar on tho basis of hor status ns of Dccombor .11. A wlfo whoso husband Is lit n san itarium or temporarily working In smother city, nnd Is separated from him only through uccosalty, should not consldor hor status as "llvlnr: apart" from hor husband. Hut If thorn In voluntary, continuous sep aration, whothor or not granted by court dncroo, each must tnko tho status of n slnglo parson with ro spect to Incomo Tax. Head of it I'miilly Unmarried most nnd women who nro breud wlnnors for othors nro granted apodal oxompMona on their curulngs boforo figuring tho Incomo Tax now bolng collected. Although a roturn must bo filed by ovory un married person, and by ovory mar ried person living npart from wife (or husband), who had a net Income of $1000 or moro during 1019, recognition Is mndo In tho law of tho homo burdens carried, nnd relief from oxccsslve taxation Is especially provided. In nddltlott to tho ordtn.tr' per sonal exemption of $1000, nil addi tional oxcmptlon Is granted of $200 for ench dependent under is years of ngo or who Is niontttlly or physically defective. Tho $200 for ench dependent may bn claimed by any taxpayer who Is the chief sup port of titich (Upondont. This Is not confined to doponduntit who are menibors of tho family or relatives It doos not Includo othors who ore icnrnlng their IIvIiir. nnd It does not apply to tho wiro or Iiushnnd or tho mnrrlcd taxpayer, oven thntiRli such person may havo becotuo a total bur den. ' Tho person who claims exinp- tlou ns tho "head of n family" must qualify for It. Two slnglo persons who dlvldo botweon. them, moro or loss oqunlly, tho financial and other rosponslbtlltlos of n household onii not claim that either ono Is tho baud or tho family. Hut If n single person actually itHsunios the total responsi bility of tho housohold nndls nldml by Imvlng uno of his brolhors or sis tors support himself nnd contributing nn amount thut could not prncllcNllv Im) considered moro than his board, such trivial assistance must not be allowed to Interfere with his clear claim for exemption. CHIl' (IKK OI,l) 11I.OCIC IS l'liANM.NO I'AIH Don ConUlln nt U. A. C 1'ollouiiiK In Ills I'lilhi'l'V KootMrps for n County l'lr lit Collego (!)iii. s Orogon Agricultural Collego, Jnn 27. Donald V. Conklin of Ontario Is taking nn nctivo pnrt In planning for tho agricultural fnlr to ho held soon In tho collogo nrmory. The oxnet dato has not been sot. Tho agricultural fair Is ono of the big attractions, of tho winter torm. It Is planned and managed by the studonts with tho holp of n fnculty advisory board. Conklin Is advertis ing manager for tho coming fair. He Is it senior In ngrlctilturo nnd n mem ber of Knppa Tlioln Itho frntornlty. Dean A. 1). Cordley of tho school of agriciilturo hns offered n silver loving cup fot tho host oxhlblt. In the past competition has been Itopn butwuon I ho vnrlnus departments of tho school of ngrlctilturo. Many now features aro promised by the mnnngemoiit this year. LOW PRICE FLOUR SALE I IIC United Htatos drain Corpora tion 1ms arranged, with the mills In Oregon, Washington nnd Idaho to offor to tho trade it "Standard I'ure Wheal Klotir" oqual to or Iwlter tlitiu that now liolng oxportt'd by the United HtntON (Iniln Corporation, at a prlca that will permit Its being sold to tho consumer at not to oxroed $12.00 per burro); parked lit 21 1-J lb. cotton stacks at not moro than $l.r.O nnd 40 lb. cotton wielfK nt not moro than $11.00. If any dtwjer Is tinnblo to obtain this flour at n price Hint will pormlt Iti being r(ltllo,i nt not to oxceml prlcos iisined, or If any ronsumur Is unable to obtain this flour at retail nt not to oxeced prlcos named plonso notify tho Unilii Corporation tit MO lloitnl of Triido lliilltllni; I'ortlmnl, Orcein WANT NAMKH OP MUX WHO MKI) I.VHKIIVK'K llt'ltlNd W.VU i , i i Portland, Oregon, Jnnunry 27. Tim nearest luUtlvtM of men who tiled during (ho World War are re qtiosttd to so nil the full ltniiies of Hi" oldlora, sailors or marines innl.lnr the supremo Mtcrlflco, to tho Ameri can Legion Post in their locality ns soon r iHMMlbtf. lit order thnt U." men may ! ipsitmhnrpil In the pro sontatloii of memorial certificate of the I'mnch ii Yirnmont. I'rwwnUtlon eerotnonlea will bo held lir local Posts of tho Amnrlean l.clou on IVbrtmry 22, 1920, Wnsli Itiisloii'a Illrthdoy. With the namtm of man who died, should go the nitmos and addrofsos of the limit of kin, and tho prolmble place where thoy can ho reatihod on February 22ud. It. J. HIVHIIS, Stnto Adjutant. MKttCIIAXDISK at pilcon thai bring down tho roM of llln! .Iteiuly .MKfil I'lilnl $. Kill., Pine l.liiMi'il Oil l5J.li), (I plugs Hint', lloi-vffli'io of thick CIIiiiiix ilellvi'tTil II.IO, Ml riiiissSliiK of Union l.onilcr ilclltorod fs-J.UO. Willi Co-op Kliuv, Cnlihwll, fot' it pi Ico list. . 1,. J. AKHH, tho Incomo tux cvpert has it full supply of Kail Income Tax Forms now on liiind to tnko enro of nil client's noeds. Owing to initny ongngnmeiit In outside towns lr. Akur'wlll lw out of Jowu consider ably from now on, nnd appointments may be made by letter or telophonn 170-J. - 2G 9 tr mmmi-This mam I 4FK&tz3 'fir at WnH ',K?sf A skilled architect to plan your house for you to work out your ideas from cellar ,to garrett; to make plans and specifications for the building of the most approved types of barnes, storage buildings, chicken houses, sheds and shelters of all sorts Absolutely Free of Charge to You! $ Our architect knows the right way to build those things, and no order is too small or un important for him to consider." Of the many superior services maintained by the Boinc Payette, none is more important than tlu architectural department. Hring ub your sketches on tho kind of house, barn w any building you'd like. AVe'll attend tp tile rest. cm I Condensed Statement of the Ontario National Bank r as reported to the Comptroller December 31, 1919 J?ESOUJ'?OES: Loans and Discounts. . .$ G!)8,00-1.19 Overdrafts 2,2-0.77 Bonds and Securities . . A20(i.M U. S. Jionds 00,000.00 Liberty Loan Bonds . . . JM),OSO.0O Stock in Fed. Reserve Bank 2,()0.0() Bcalty and Jixtures . . . -12,000.00 "War Savings Certificates 851.71 CASH .: 279,192.74 . $1,0:57,1-!9.58 LTABUjITIES: Capital Stock $ 00,000.00 Surplus 30,000.00 Undivided Profits 1,790.80 Circulation . .s 00,000.00 DEPOSITS 885,358.72 $J,(M7,Ui).G8 Safety Depisit Boxes in our special vault I IKS E. A. FRASER Hardware and Groceries The Store of Quality Ranch and Camp Supplies are our specialties Let .us figure on your requirements. 'S E. A. Fraser WESsmt E03 ESI AL CHANCE, Sales Manager Boise-Payette Lumber Co. ?' m-mMimktm- r- t Ah w