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TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
. iriGGE TAX
In Order te Be Helpful to Public,
Internal Revenue Bureau
Has Every Available
" Officer in Field.
i jl """SaSSr-'-! I competition and are established stand- . 11
KBIEH m square dealing ill
I jijiigjg U'.7 with the growers of the hjj!
I OfSi3? 1 Northwest for more than a li
I li--Sf quarter century has developed It'
I i il-ipur present splendid equip- fe
I J "vppSpS nent n organization. Th.it m
I ill -vk"'"' -J is our guarantee that we cap ZJ
iLpHKMWMA w you to your profit ft f
OREGON GBOW1T sesds and plants
Improved varieties of cur own introduc
tion have stood the test of timo and .
competition and are established stand
ards in 'the coast markets '
The following big successes are our
Earliest of All and Pride of Multno
mah Potatoes, Golden West Sugar Corn,
Oregon Yellow Danverg Onions, St. Val
entim Brocelli. Sfcadeland Seed Oats,
Oregon Yellow Dent Corn, New Oregon
Strawberries, Riverside Giant Rhubarb
These have won largo . returns for
grower'! THEY WILL WIN FOR YOU!
YOUR HOME GARDEN carefully
planned and planted, will give you de
licious fresh vegetables for your table
and for canning, of a quality that you
cannot buy. Help reduce the thigh cost
of living and increase the surplus food
for export to starving Europe.
OUR 1919 CATALOG AND PLANT
ERS' GUIDE is the standard reference
for Growers of the Northwest, lia.ing
the best of everything for Farmers,
Gardeners, Homo Owners, Poultrymca
and Bee Keepers gives reliable infor
mation and is a safe guido to your pur
chases. , r
MARK ''X" the lines in which you
( ) Agriculture ( ) Ochard
( ) SmaEFruits ) Poultry
( )Bees ( ) Stockraising
Cut out and return to us, or drop us
a postal and your name will be placed
on our mailing list for our special cata
logs and valuable and interesting liter
PORTLAND SEED CO.. Portland, Ore.
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3 ..laftSfiM, -
Stock Market Animated
For Saturday Session
New York, March l.r-Tho Now York
"Evening fiun financial review today
Trading In today's stock market 'wm
protty animated for a Saturday short
gossion, but numerous cross curernts im
parted a highly irregular trend to
prices and prevented any verv ououn-j
-f -t .'he tc. ic-n spots1
i.i.'':. ikV t?fpf.!; ll 0 now
I It, I t n,-w .f.t-1 nt 151
-'-la Kt. l';; .":i'' ig for
merly occupied toy The 'Farmers Cash
wks American International Corpora
tion, which went through 63. Banking
interests are supposed to bo buying the
stock. One of the ousMinuiug .weak
spots wag American Linseed. United
Cijjar Stores was bid up fairly woll,
but the tob&ccog as a group are In
clined to heaviness. Steel ruled frac
tionally above 02. Beading was tho
fenturo among the rails, that issue
crossing 83, or nearly nine points above
the low of tho year, touched on Janu
ury 21. The oils wero again under prcB
sure. Marien Preferred was nearly"
Three masked men held up about 20
mcmibero of the American club at. Aber
deen Monday, taking cash estimated
at $2000. . . - ;
For Coated Tongue
Bad Breath, Sour Stomach,
Bloating, Gas, Bilioumeii, Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation, take
the always reliable
jTher clear the bowels, sweeten the stom
ach and tone up the liver. Do not gripe.
'J. E. Colyer, 103 Labor Temple. Lot AnSelat,
Cat.: Alter 56 jeiri'ezpirietice with ill font
od klndi ol cathartic remedlea, I Sot wiie to
,f oley Cathartic Tablet!, sad they ate the beat I
ever used. '
J. U PBRBY, Druggist
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
I HUDSON ESSEX HAYNES
THE THREE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET
EVERY SALE MAKES ANOTHER SATISFIED OWNER
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER
TAKE A RIDE WITH US AND LET US PROVE THEIR POINTS OF
oMson - ii $ actof s
THE ONLY TRACTOR THAT MEETS EVERY REQUIREMENT '
ASK ANYONE WHO HAS OWNED AND USED ONE -THAT'S THE
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW SO AS TO BE SURE 'OF DELIVERY
l - . VV HEN WANTED. . . .
SEE THE POWER PULLY ATTACHMENT
MAKING AN ALL THE YEAR AROUND MACHINE
Lji iLALh, blKEET SALEM ORFOON
ELBERT THOMPSON, MANAGER '
SEVERE PENALTIES IF YOU
DELAY BEYOND MARCH 15
With the due Onto for Income Tnses
only a few weeks away, the collection
of this fnr-reiu'liiug tux on 1918 in
comes has started off with a bang.
Everybody Is figuring Income tax.
Payments aud sworn statements of
income must rench Internal Revenue
office on or before March 15, und there
are severe penalties for dellnauency.
Residents of Oregon are required to
make their returns and pay their taxes
to Milton A. Miller, Collector of Inter
nal Revenue, Portland, Ore., or to any
of his deputy collectors who are now
doing free advisory work on Income
"Pay your Income Tax by March
16," Is the slogan of the Internal Rev
enue Burenu, which has sent every
available officer Into the field to help
the public to understand the require
ments and to prepare the returns.
Who Must Make Return,
It Is estimated that many thousands
of single and married persons in this
section of the Uutcd States who have
never before made annual returns are
required to do so this year.
Income tax returns must be made
between now and March 15 by persons
who come under the following classifi
cations: Auy unmarried person whpse 1918
net Income was $1,000 or over. Wid
ows and widowers, divorcees and mar
ried persons who are living apart from
their husbands or wives, are for the
purposes of the Income Tax classed as
Any married person living with wife
or husbnnd whose 1018 net Income was
$2,000 or over. The income of both
husband and wife ihust be considered,
together with the earnings of minor
children, if any. t
Revenue Bureau Offers Aid.
Each person In the United States
who Is In either of these classifications
must get busy at once If penalties are
to be avoided. lie should secure a
blank Form 1040 A for reporting net
Income up to $3,000, or Form 1040 if
his net Income exceeded that amount.
Forms are being distributed by Collec
tors and their Deputies, also by banks.
By following the instructions on the'
forms a correct return can be prepared
at home. If a person needs advice or
aid, the Deputy Collectors In the field
will furnish this without charge.
The new Revenue law places the In
come Tax duty on citizens and resi
dents. The Iiiternul Revenue Bureau
Is sending Its men to work right with
the public to get the tax and the re
turns in. With active co-operation
every tax due March 15 will be paid
and every return required by law will
he in the Revenue offices on time.
A single person Is allowed a per
sonal exemption of $1,000. If he Is sup
port lug In his household relatives who
are dependent upon him he may claim
the status of the head of a family who
linn the same exemption as If married,
A married person who lives with
wife or husband Is allowed a personal
exemption of $2,000. The head of a
family Is entitled to claim a similar
An additional exemption of $200 is
allowed for each person under eight
een or Incapable of self support who
was dependent upon and received his
chief support from the taxpayer.
- A husband and wife living together
are entitled to but one personal ex
emption of $2,000. If they make sepa
rate returns the exemption may be
claimed by either or divided.
Absolute accuracy is necessary In
making up Income figures. Any per
son who is working for wages should
find out exactly bow much he received
during the whole year 1018. Fees,
bank Interest, bond Interest, dividends,
rents received and all other Items
must be reported correctly. Mere
guesses are not accepted, for they are
unjust alike to the taxpayer and the
Uoverhruent and defeat the proper ad
ministration of the law.
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to 151 North High Street
TO THE BUILDING FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY
THE FARMERS CASH STORE ,
Our business has grown to the point where we were
compelled to get Larger and better quarters.
.We wish to thank the public for their splendid pat- ,
ronage that has made our business possible.
We have been complimented time and time again in
the way we have conducted our business and especially
our service, and in our new location we will be in much
better position to serve our patrons than we have in the
When we started in business February 5th, 1918,
with the famous Chevrolet line of automobiles we fig
ured that ' A SENSIBLE CAR AT A SENSIBLE
PRICE" PROPERLY SERVICED was in demand, and V
our sales since that date show that we were right. For
. we have passed the 250 mark and have just nicely com- 1
menced. We will add several hundred to this amount
before the present year ends.
We want you to meet us at our new location and even
if the place is littered up from workmen remodeling,
eventually we will restore order out of confusion and
welcome you and take care of your wants .better than
ever. ; . . .
F. G. Delano Phone 97 A. 1. Eoff
151 N. High St Across the street west from Court House
Distributors of Chevrolet and Scripps-Booth Cars and Republic tires.
Hie Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white
INCOME TAX 18
"The payment of Income taxes
takes on a new significance
which should be understood by
every citizen. The taxation sys-
tern of this country Is truly pop-
ular, of (he reople, by the peo-
pie and for the people. Every
citizen Is liable to tax, and the
amount of the tax Is graduated
according to the success and for-
tune a tt nlned by each Individual
in availing himself of the oppor-
tunitles created and preserved
by our free institutions. The
method and degree of the tax Is
determined by no favored class,
but by the representatives of the
people. The proceeds of the tax
should be regarded as a national
Investment" Daniel C. Roper,
Commissioner of Internal Reve-
The famous Chevrolet line of auto
mobiles are now located in their new
home at 151 iNorth Pigh Bt,, just
across the street west from court house
Salem .Automohile Co.
toatr) eaiq otg IpeqJ3
jo) Smop w tpy
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Wheat, lower grads oa sample
Hay, cheat , $24
Hay, oats Z9
Mill run .
Creamery butter .. 5960c
Fork, VeU and Hutton
"ork, on foot ....... 16(31(5 e
Veal, fancy S02to
Steers .. . 7(71
Cows -., - 47e
Spring lamb . 12
Ews.. - .4MW
Lambs, yearlings . 1012e
gZf and, Poultry
Ejri;g, cash- .. -84c
Hens, live . 2527e
Old roosters '- , ,.,' 1S
Chickens . . 5
Sweet potatoes ..
rota toes -
. 4 3-4(SSc
Parsnipg . .
Cauliflower. 2 dot. easo
Cocoanfftt ... ..
Oranges . j M-SOWS
Lemons, box $5&9
Florida grape fmit, ease $fl(?S7.5
Black figs lb. . WtiUHt
White figs, lb 19(fC20
Package figf per bi SO pkg 46W
Honey, extracted 204
Eggs, dozen ......... 38c
Creamery butter . 61 e
!ountnr butter .... SOIane
Flour, hard wheat .
Portland, Or., Mar. l.-nButter, city
E'ggs sdectod local ex. 40o
Cheese, triplets 8132o
DA1L7 UVB BTOCK MASXEX
receipts 29 '
't one of market steady
Ilest steers $13.5014.50
Uood to choice steers tll.7512.7ff
Medium to good steers $10.75(a-L1.75
Fair to good stoors 9.50(a)J$.75
Common to fair steers t.5O(ffi9.50
. Choice cows and hoifors $10.50(5)11.50
Good to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good oowa and heifer
Fair to medium cows and heifew
Calves $9.50(ffi 14.50
Stackers and feeders i"10
Tone of markot steady ;
Prime mixed $17.25(a)1750
Medium mixed $17(4 17.25
Rough heavies $15.25 13.50
" Receipts 1274
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $1414.50
Fair to medium lambs $10(
Ewe, $fi.50(a O.50
Farmers Predsce Ccsposj
VtA for your produce today:
21c for top veil .
19e for top hog.
Hens, all weights, 27e
160 a Elgh Bt Pica 19