Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1920)
' 1 -r"Tzrzz.'Z -rw f-tr ww "t
HERE WK AR1S
at your command for quick service and
the best o mechanical skill. Our me-.
chanics are first-class in both the Gar
age and Blacksmith Shop. All we ask
is that you give us a trial and once
vou come always you stay. e also
have the agency for the
and DODGE TON TRUCK. THE
FARMER'S FRIEND one of the best
cars and one of the best trucks made
for the money. And don't forget that
we handle the
and also all the implements that go
with it for good farming. We handle
the AJAX and the GOODRICH tires
two of the best tires on the market.
OILS, GASOLINE and a good stock
of CAR PARTS.
1 1 ALL. GREER, Proprietors
(Successors to R. G. Saling.)
FACTS CF INTEREST TO
THE INCOME TAX PAYER
All person desiring me t figure
thoir income Ux for them thl year
would do well to note the following!
If you are a single person and also
are not actintr a head of family,
if your gros income i UMH) you
must make m return, regardles ef
what your net income is.
If you are a married H'ro or if
you n acting a head of family,
if your gross income i $2tHH you
must make n return, regard"' of
what your net income I.
If you made a return hot year you
no doubt will have ent you Form
1040 A, providing your net income
was less than 5tMH, ami Form 1040
if your nt income was above $5000.
If your net income is over $3000 thg
year you need Form 1040; if le.-
than $5000, you need Form I040A.
The ruling rvtmirv nil farmer or
farm owner renting their farm out
on share to till out Farm Schedule
1040F. All farmer or farm owner
will please send for two of the form
The department further require
thin year that you lilt out Form I0l9
for every person to whom you have
paid $1000 or more during the year,
whether this be paid in cash, plain
rent or other thine; of value. You
need us many of these form a them
an- persons to whom you have paid
the uhi of f 1000 or more during the
year. You need one other form
known as Form 1010-in the event
you have paid $1000 or more to any
. one person.
Every farmer or farm owner would
A large part of the mountain po- gcm, Rt t(J MilUm A. Mll.
tato crop has been dug and market- Collector of Internal Revenue,
eit. However, a icw koi9 u v
not yet disposed of their crops,
Three hundred and teven acre
heavy black loam aoll, boated In Co
lumbia county, Yah., elirhl mile
from Wiiitaburic and right at ft
email gallon oil the O.-Ws 1010 er
averaged 42 bimhcl per acre; 113
acre now In winter wheat. Improve,
mont are 0-room modern bungalow,
barn fir 2S head of stock ami "0
ton of hav; kiih ry and sheds.
With the place toe 12 head work
horxcH, ome younit stuck, romplcto
hi t of implement and machinery and
alt rroo If sold before March 1st.
Price i $130 per acre.
KOSS I. I.ASII1.KY, munatier Or-cgon-Washington
Ranches t'o., I'. O.
IUx 513, Phono 1010, l'endleton, Or.
In tho Circuit Court of tho rHl uf
Oregon for Umatilla County,
Klido Klla llelxhtf, I'lalntiir, v. Gran,
vtlle I'. Ilclhhc, Defendant.
To lirunvllle l llclshe, defendant
In tIIk Namk ok tiik Statk or Ok
KiioN. You aro hereby reiiulred to ap.
-...I .it.u.ir III,, putiili nlllt of til
.daiiitiif filed against you in thoaboy
entitled milt within ix week of the
date of tho first publication of this
Summon, to wit : en or before tho tilh
dy of February, 1SI-.11; and you will
take nulieo that if you full to appear
and answer aid cotiidiiint or other
wio plead thereto within said time,
the plainllir, for want thereof, will ap
ply to the Court for tho relief prayed
for in complaint, to-wit: for a de
cree of the Court diMolving thu bondx
of matrimony existing between plain
tiff and defendant and for othor tqult.
"''ThUHumnion U published P""""
to an order made by Hon. . W,
1'heli. Judge of tha Sixth Judlcla
District, 8tt of Oregon, on Urn 1UU
day of iWilwr. iUiU. 1I ftr.1 pub
lication of thl Summon will b n;d
on Friday, th Btitlh "y'.f,K'"n,V'
ItH'J, and th last publication on rrl
dsr. tho !! th lay of Fobmary,
" Dated Mt thu day of December,
,Ultt' rKTKIWON, IHHIIOr- "
Attorney for I'laintlff.
Residence and I', t). mklresa:
Nutter Wrap orders prompt
ly filled at tho Leader shop.
i.vi..n,i nr.M-.iM fn- two formn
. vaiasi( w.p.
OHO a irtf- j f j fit en (final
leadinir prower is n'portcl to , , orn,..) All
have around 000 sacks. E. M. Jones L..inw , m-,e return
0 , 4 , v , ns nve acres i.u farmers, merchants and professional
For Sale-Wall telephone. In- acres yet to djff cn uMton moun- who M ,0 n,,y or
quire at this office. uin, while I. C. nnd Robert Hopkins co tion $1000 pr morc-should
Miss Mapgie Fuson has recovered are also sai.1 to have some tuK-rs fvr two fornls ma m from
from an atUck of influenra. still in the pround. Anton the Reed t fMf fyrm8 lQ0,x
Jake Narkaus was down from the and llawtcy mountain farmers who (..mrtment is rather alow in
mountain Saturday to make a tew still nave potatoes .o ubb .v
is said, are Koy neuauen, nauer
Cilmore. Alex McCorkell, Selmer
Thompson anl Fred Heath.
J. E. McDaniel, Walter O'Harra
and Charley Pierce clubbed topcther
. -. .L.. T 1... .n. a ...... i.
were visitors ana niaueu irtv ia-uui-i "iv v'- iimiv,, m
the amiutil mid-winter number of the or before
local business calls.
C. O. Pederscn was in Fortland last
week for a few days, attending to
matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. w ill 1'ayne ana air
and Mrs. Claud Winn
Monday in Pendleton.
Mrs. Julia O'Harra of Newport.
Wash., is a guest at the home of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M. O'Harra.
Dan Hopkins was here on a visit
the first of the week from St. Johns,
Wash., where he is engaged in farm
ing. Mrs. Zclla McThcrrin of Athena
was a guest Saturday at thu home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Mrs. Leon Lundell has been visit
ing in Milton the past week as the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
aending out the forms thl year, so
thut it is advisable to send at once
for these. The dvuirtment requires
Forms lil!C nr.d lO'.'H to be at Wash
inpton, D. C, on or before March 15,
1!'20. Your income return arc re-
be at Portland, Orcpmi, on
Los Anpeles Times. It is in ten
parts, and contains 252 pages teem
ing with such enthusiastic descrip
tion of the Golden State that if the
boys will only elub . together apain
and send us the nriee of a railway
ticket, we may be tempted to join
The season of bright-huel seed and
flower catalogues has arrived. The
fascinating descriptions of roses and
all the other summer floral glories
contained therein are a great delight
Athena, Oregon, Feb. 6, l'.0.
HOMER I. WATTS.
Death Claims Mrs. A. W. Lundell
Much to the sorrow of all who
knew her, Mrs. A. W. Lundell wa
called by death Monday at the fam
ily home in this city from heart
trouble, following an attack of influ
enza. The remains were hid to rest
Wedneday morning in I. 0. 0. F.
cemetery, where services were con
ducted by Rev. A. J. Starmer and ap
propriate hymns were sung by a
Sit?, i cjCj B
wmw . - .p
to many Weston homemakers. Much
reading soon causes the pampnieis to ,lllart,.ltt,. The floral
lose the gloss of their new coats and ,.. ,,,i i-.tir.il.
J. D. Miller and family were among acnuire the comfortable look, of obi v; ...,: it
friends in every-day clothes.
House for rent. Furniture for sale
A. W. Lundell, Weston, Or.
the recent grippe victims, but are
rapidly regaining their usual health
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Driskell nrc
suffering with influenza at their
home in Dayton, Wash., it is learned
by relatives here.
Rev and Mrs. Mark A- Phinncy are
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pecot, Chain Stitch-
boine- congratulated unon the birth of wg Lmbroidery, Braiding,
a little son who entered the family
circle the evening of February 3.
I. C. and Robert Hopkins and Roy
Carlson spent last week in the Elgin
country, where they bargained for
200 acres of land at $15 per acre.
Mrs. John Bonewitz, who has been
seriously ill for several weeks at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. E. E.
Tucker, is reported to have slightly
Owing to the health situation, the
meeting of the Saturday Afternoon
club scheduled for February 7 at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, has
J. H. Williams returned Tuesday
from a business visit to Spokane,
where he bought goods from the rep
resentatives of eastern houses for the
Weston Mercantile Co.
Mrs. Ernest Ross has received the
sad news of the recent death at Pen
dleton of her sister, Mrs. Cora Bill
ings, and that of her brother-in-law,
Elmer Picard. Both were victims of
At the earnest solicitation of Ray
Gordon, mail carrier on Reed and
Hawley mountain, five enterprising
mountaineer recently donated a
day's work to the improvement of
Pine creek road.
D. W. Dcmaris of the Milton Gar
age motored to Wcslon Monday and
placed some advertising with the
Leader for Fordson tractors. Hal) &
Greer have taken the local agency
for the Fordson.
Mr. and Mrs, John DuPuis arc en
tertaining their daughter, Mrs. Wil
ma Minnick and two children, who
came up from Oregon City last week
to look upon the tender sprouting of
young grain and breathe our invigor
ating mountain air.
Stitching, Button Holes and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phone a:JC, Walla Walla, Wash.
Second -Hand Sad
dles. We will trade
new saddles for old
Harness Oiled for
$1.00 per set.
Milton ' Oregon
born March 25, 1H74. mar Leon,
Iowa. When about six ycats old she
came with her parents to Oregon,
where they settled in Morrow county.
She was married November 1, lHSMi,
to August W. Lundell. They were
the parents of three sons and one
daughterLeon W., Virgil E., Frank
Harvey and Eva Leonora Lundell
all of whom survive to mourn the loss
of a kind and loving mother
In HMO she was baptized and unit
ed with the First Christian church of
lone, Oregon, in Ivhich she was a
willing worker. Coining to Wcton
in 1915, she identified herself with
the M. E. Church, South, and became
n member of the Missionary society
of that church. She was also a mem
ber of the Rebekah lodge of this city.
Mrs. Lundell had been in precari
ous health for many year and death
was neither feared nor unexpected
by her. On January 2!) she was
stricken with the fatal illness which
took her from the home circle despite
all that could be done by skillful and
loving hands. Her husband pays her
"She was a lovable character; a
good friend and neighbor, always
ready to do her bit; a most loving
wife and mother. Peace to her
OUR BELOVED LINCOLN
Born February 12, 1800
Pi clubs to be organized in Spok
ane county, Washington, will receive
100 sows this year. Boy and girls
participating will not be called on for
a penny but will be asked to follow
the instructions of club leaders in
caring for sows and their litters.
The prizes include n $175 trip to the
International show nt Chicago. Ar
mour & Co. are behind the move
ment in cooperation with the exten
sion department of Washington state
college. Exhibits will be made at the
Spokane Interstate fair in the fall.
Automohilist say that the road to
Walla Walla is good as 'far a Mil
ton, but that the Washington road is
in very bad condition. The majurity
of people drive to Milton and com
plete the trip by trolley.
(From Lincoln's speech given at
Washington July 10, 1818:)
"The way for a young man to rise
is to improve himself every way he
can. never suspecting that anybody
wishes to hinder liim. Allow me to as
sure you that suspicion and jealousy
never did licit) any man in any situa
tion. There "may sometimes be un
generous attempts to keep a young
man down; and they will succeed, too,
if he allows his mind to be diverted
from its true channel to brood over
the attempted injury. Cast about, and
see if this feeling has not iniured ev
ery person you nave ever known to
fall into it'