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TUB SPRINGFIELD NEW3
THURSDAY, NOV. UD, 11)17.
The Springfield News
d. C DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
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COBURQ Elsio Anderson
Mrs. Clara Child?
Member of the. Willamette Valley
THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1917.
ABOUT WAR TAXES
V They are upon us. Taxes on
letters, taxes on telegrams,
taxes on theater tickets, taxes
on parlor-car seats, taxes on
cigarettes, taxes on pretty near
ly everything under the canopy
from the movies to railroad
War costs money. This par
ticular war is costing this par
ticular, country about forty-two
million dollars a day. The gov
ernment is paying these expen
ses by issuing Liberty bonds and
by levying taxes.
You can dodge buying Liber
ty Bonds if your , conscience
will let you. But you can't
dodge taxes. They stick as
close as your shadow. Wher
ever you go, there they are,
now jumping in front of you,
long and thin, now snuggling
close to you, round and flat, but
always there. Your shadow
may not go to bed with you, but
be right there when you get up
in the morning. It is the same
Your pocketbook is going to
feel as though an imp had bored
a hole in it to let the dimes run
But there is a consolation.
These is a mighty consolation.
Every penny that goes for taxes
goes for the greatest cause to
winch a. people was ever asked
to contribute. Every extra cent
you paste on letters is a bullet
sent "whizzing by you into the
German trenches. Every cent
of ta,x you pay on your movie
ticket or your chocolate milk
shake is a blow from the shoul
der struck for the freedom of
the world, Your dollars were
asked to volunteer. Some of
them did. Now some more of
them are going to be drafted.
You may not like it. You will
miss the dear dollars from the
family board, no question about
that. But whether you like it
or not, whether you miss them
or not, the dollars are going.
The question now is:: Are you
going to get your money's
worth in freedom and lasting
peace for yourself and your
children out of this war, or are
you going to add to these de
parting dollars, the still greater
sum you will have to pay if Ger
many wins and the Kaiser calls
on America for tribute?
Whether you have bought
Liberty Bonds or whether you
are only a taxpayer in the war
for democracy, you have gone
Into partnership with the United
States" Government and the
United States Army and Navy.
Every soldier in the trenches,
every sailor in the great fleet is
your partner in business.
He is on "the road," working
Your job is to advertise the
business; to increase the firm's
good will; to think, think about
the needs of the business; to
talk, talk, talk about the right-
eousness of America's cause;
and to work, to work and to
WORK, backing up your part
ner "over there," so thnt that
cause may be triumphant.
You and Uncle Sam are part
ners. You have invested money
with. him. You have gone into
business with him. It is up to
you as well as up to him to
make that business a success.
Hermann Hogedorn of The
THE REAL SACRIFICE
The people of the United
States ought to be prepared for
eventualities in the present war.
No human mind knows how it
is going to end. But in. the
meantime it is the duty of every
loyal American to do all he can
for the support of the govern
ment, its army and navy, and
do a man's task in whatever
comes to our bauds. Those
who are compelled to pay an ad
ditional tax on account of the
war have the least to complain
of. It is the people who are
sending their husbands and sons
to the war who are making the
Fupreme sacriftce. L. A. Times
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etg.
POUND At Seventh and Main a la
dies tan glove for the left hand.
Owner may have the glove by cal
ling at the News office and paying
for this ad.
'.ST 200 Mil In paper money be
tween 7th and C streets and Eugene
h.'jsh' school. Finder leave at News
office. SAD1S ALLEN.
WANTED A young wan V to IS
years to learn the ortical business.
Enquire Sherman W. Moody, Eu
gene. FOUND Automobile dead light. Own
er may have same by calling at
News office and paying for this atl.
v ANTED 10 to 80 acres, good soil,
with or without buildings, in Wil
lamette Valley, not over 11 mllos
from railroad town, In oxchango
for ( good houso, large lot, plenty
fruit, water, nice suburban ros'Idonce
section in sunny San Jose.
V. J. JOHNSON,
10 Brace Ave.,
Nov.19.-4t. ' Cal.
FOR SALE My place In West
Springfield of 1V4 acres, with six
room house. , Will soil at bargain,
sinalh T-aymeat, wUh tonus to suit.
C. E. Neet, Wanna, Oregon.
MANY GOOD. POSITIONS Can be
had by any ambitious young mai
or woman in tho field of railway o.
commercial tolegrapby. Wa wan'
a number of young men 'and wome':.
to proparo for tho telegraph ser
ice to fill vacancies caused by un
usual drafting of young men for
Signal Corps. Preparo to help you.
country. Write today for full pai
TUB RAILWAY TELEGRAPH INS
TITUTE. PORTLAND, OREG.
FOUND Ladles' tan kid tflnre a
Second and Main streets, Ownc
may havo same by calling at thl
offico and, paying for this ad.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small fruti
ranch within sight of Croswoll. Wll.
coMBldor trade on Sprlugflold resi
donuo property. Addreas, C 21
POUND A book, "Tho Iloturn of Shor
lock Holmes." Book may bo had be
calling at News office and paying for
GREEK TO; FILL
"SHOES" OF TURK
Prof. Andreade, Athens, Says
Countrymen Cover Region
Down to Dardanelles.
j WOULD BE BAR TO GERMANS
Hellenlo Preponderance In Constant!,
nople and Adrtanople Basis for
Claim Principle of National.
Ity Hitherto Ignored.
Allien. If the Turk Is to leave Ku
j rope, as the entente itllles have re
iiulreil In their war terms, then there
j Is a well defined belief in the Haitians
: that two results will occur of high 1 1 it
j iHirttuiee to Oreeco uiul nil Europe:
1. That the 5reek Inevitably will
I succeed the Turk throughout Thrace
and In the whole region down to the
j Dardanelles and the Ihisphorus.
j 2. That n new Kite of territory
friendly to the entente will thus be
stretched horizontally straight across
the llalkaiis as a barrier to the Ger
man dream of making the lhtlktms a
j German high rond to the Orient.
I Professor Andreade of the Unlver
! slty of Athens, one of the foremost
authorities on International iiffnlrs re
1 luting to the Balkans, holds this view,
' and in the course of a talk he ex
I plained how these two results would
naturally come about In the llnnl pe:ice
adjustment, by reason of the principle
of nationalities now aceepteil by the
entente allies as a ImMs for territorial
1 Points to Greek Predominance.
! Ptofosior AndrOHile. who Is u jje
, dntl.st on the extent of Greek citU.-n-shlp
beyond the Greek frontiers in
Mao t'.imla and the other ltalkntis, lit
i Turkey. Syria aud !sln Mliinrf-lxfiiit-'
ed out Che great predominance of the
Greek V the regions- to be'vu-u;iul
by the Turks 10 they are to leave Eu
! The whole vilayet, or province of
Adrlanople. extending from the Hal
kans down to CkjiietiniUue-ple, he ih
'tared, is us much Greek as it Is Turk
i and with the Turk' out It is practically
1 nil Greek. "Even Constantinople." he
said, "is u Greek city the largest of
Greek cities with a population t
:t."iO,iiX) Gre.;Ks. That given Mil Wen of
the extent of Greek citizenship lit all
this section down to the straits, which
will huve'to he considered, on the basis
f nationality aud race, when the 'IftiH
"That is why I any," added I'rofe
.sor Andreade. "thut if the Turk Is to
xwithdruv, the principle f nationality,
wiiieii recognises ttio niciai conoiuoii
of n community, will lead to the recog
nition of Greek paramount Inlluence
In that section. Thus fur, the principle
Of nationaiiiy bus been ignored anil
violated in nil Ralknn si-u'. cutouts, anil
force has piev.iind. Aiisitlu and Rul
trurln ha-, e not ei-:ip: .-d any of the
territory auiieieil in rei-.nt yivrs by
reason that th'-ir me- ir nationality
prevailed in i!i-- s . a, bill solely
by rer.-on of th !; i id'i.'iv force. Th it
h.iii been the eau e m tlif cndle-s w.ii-s
in the lialkans, for ii,v!o are never
satistied when their race' Is ignored
and they are attached to u foreign con
queror by force."
Two Barriers to Germany.
Professor Andreade, referring to the
lialkau map, showed how the readjust
ment of Balkan boundaries, based m
nutionulltlet, Would Interpose two har
riers to Germanic expansion toward
Asia Minor and tho Orient one, the
Greek zone across Tlirace, and an
other, the Serb-Roumanian link of ter
ritory which lies as u dam between
Hungary and Bulgaria. Tills Serb
Roumanian link is only fifty miles
across, but with Rouinauia getting the
Banut region, to which Professor An
dreade says site is entitled by the prin
ciple of nationality, this entente llni;
will be lr0 miles across.
"And thus entente Europe can ac
complish what It chiefly seeks In the'
Balkans," said Professor Aijdroude,
"friendly entente zones intercepting
the natural route of Germanic expan
fclon toward the Orient, and this eau
be accomplished, not by force, but by
tho principle of nationality now ac
cepted by the entente powers."
SOLDIERS PRINT OWN NEWS
Pershlna'o Men Have Their Own Press
Hummlnrj Away on the
I'nris. Tito rumble of the press is
nthlctl to the various noises surround
Ing the American unny headquarters in
l'ltris. Soldiers' reading,' uintter is
Iirlnted on the jireiulses. .Soldiers, who
In civil llfu usul to linow the iirlnt
shop, tire iii-lutln puiniihlets and other
army literature for tlie lighter. A
fully ecptlpped jirltitltiK onlce with n
Aat bed press Is doIiiK the work. Tin
llrht type "set up" told reishintt's men
in tnilnlns how to throw buuibii un
how to huiu!lt; tiieiu without tleeideu:
Army orders and tho "latest" froi.
homo will follow.
Feeds Robin From His lii:ttl.
. Milton, Iuil. Levi Critll, who live,
neur Jttishvllle, placed a hox n. ur th
,eave trough of Ids hutiso iiutl a robli
built Us nest' In the box. Mr. Cnil
climbs a stepludder and feeds tin
motbur bird, now taking; eare of hoi
brood of young birds. He gather,
worms and the robin eats tjiuui from
his hand. She does not appear
liutu tiny fear of him.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. THE
8TATE.OF OREGON FOR
COUNTY OF LANE
'VS , f SUMMONS
J. F. Zang, )
To J, F. Kang, defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON; You nro horohy re
quired to appear and miHwor tho com
plaint filed against you In tho nbovo
entitled suit within nix weeks from
tho day of tho first publication hero
of or of personal sorvlco it sorvod In
person without tho state, and if you
fall to nppear or answer for want
thereof tho plaintiff will tako a (!(
creo against you for tho relief prayed
for In tho complaint, to-wlt, the dis
solution of tho marrlago relation now
existing between plaintiff and do
fondant, tho custody of Olga tho
minor child, and such other, relief as
to tho court may seem equitable.
This summons Is rooutrod to ho
published onco each weolT for six sue.
cosslvo wooks by "order of Hon. J. W.
I Hamilton Judge of said court dated
. Nov. 7th 1917 and tho dato of tho
first publication hereof Is Nov. Sth
. C. A. WINTERMEIEIt.
Attorney for Plaintiff resldlne at
Eugene Oro. ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
COUNTY OF LANE
VS. ' SUMMONS
L. E. Rutts, (
TO L. E. BUTTS. Defendant:
IN miB NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You uro hereby ro-1
quired to nppear and answer tho com-1
plaint filed against you In tho above
entitled suit within six weeks from ,
tho day of tho first publication here- j
of or of personal sorvlco If served In '
person without the state, and If you j
fRll to attswer or appear for want ;
thereof the plaintiff will tnko a do-1
i-i-oe. aminst you (or the i allot prayed
for ln,.the lconip1atut. to-wlt Hm dls
solution of the marriage relation no
existing betveeit rtaintiff snd defend
ant, the resumption of her inuliU-i
name and such oth r , relief as the i
court may doom equittb'le.
This summons U - require! to bo
published six consecutive woe! by
order of G. F. Skipwt rth ,Tr -e o
said court dated Oet. ;i!st, !: i7, and
the date of lb a Mist publication hoie ,
et is Nov. Ht. 1017.
C A, WTNTKRM K! KR. '
Attorney for plaiutiff residing ut
iv.getio. regon. i
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