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Itnanethfcldbv the ladies of St. Ane cr auty 01 tue nation is to church ltUt Friday evening guarantee the farmers a fair price for wu m incceiM in every wav. lueir IJ wue grown, ana a reas " I 1.1 l. O I t . 1 400 being prevent A fine pro- OMWO sPPiy oi laoor at narvest. Iavu given, Rev. John Lynch of A CICar auly 01 the.ianner is to a .Miner . ntmMfr . raise iooa enouirn to win tnis war In EvALarrabee baa eone to Dn- or democracy against Kaisensm. a to spend some time with her 8UC" responsiDiiity nas ever . ii -i 4imM. - . I rc8lca on any cxass oi men since mo nictu of TTnrtron rwnnU world DCffan as rests today on tne pmrjtt at the M. E. chnrch Snnday 3sig and evening, the pastor, Rev. OtSk Wesley Wright, Buffering an at- Vufr ef pneumonia. Hs Ouy Sergeant of Ithaca, is here tta few days assisting1 in caring for Cfearlet Sergeant, who is ill.' Hn L. P. Lane has returned home 'after spending several weeks with rela te ia Canada. lira. Chas. Thompson, who was call- farmers of America, Sincerely yours, GIFFORD PINCHOTV From War Preparedness Board. Lansing, Mic., May 5. Numerous inquiries from all over the state are coming to tne war rrepareaness Board in regard to the aviation ser vice. At least a score of Michigan young men have applied for informa yataBath two weeks ago by the death tion and assistance in-this respect. of another, Mrs. Gilbert Place, and Flying is an important branch of the i) has been visiting relatives in tnis I war service and the aviators, those itVaity since that time, left Monday that are trained and those yet to be itxrbn home at Joneeboro, Ark. I trained, are urgently needed. Ikasaer Baker is critically ill with Aviation is regarded as part of the "mmaaonia. Probate Court . Daabeth A. Telling has been named aihajaiBtrator of the estate of the late Qbfgory Reynolds of Byron, valued at . aftumsttOO. There are several heirs. Jay Gould has rendered his final ac ooaai ae administrator of the estate of 3oi J. Whitehead of Owosso. 1ht will of thelite Philander Stevens .f "Woodhull township, was admitted to w&tete Monday by Judge Bush. A. L 3tid of Morrice is named in the will as txeentor. Jdge Bush has named Frank Rush J Owosso, Ed. Watson of Venice and W. JL McMullen of Corunna, as special aJniaistrators in the contest over the lEdgar drsin. The proposed drain will tjtnree the townships of New Haven nd Rush. Certain property owners . ? made objections and the comniis &oz will meet Monday, May 7, at tbe oraeof Harry Freeman in Rush town iij. to go over the proposed drain and !i w evidence. Canto X. Norrls of Delhi, Iogham ttonAty, has filed a petition in the pro tat court asking that an administrator fee j2ointed for the estate of Garrit L. S&trzaan of Lainesburg. The estate is vetoed at ,000. Kent-Green. Tie marriage of Miss Mabelle Kent. ftrXter of Mrs. J. B. Angus, and Wioyd Green, was solemnized Sunday, duties of the Signal corps of the army and National Guard. The army supply of machines is being steadily increased by the factories which are working night and day to turn out aircraft. Within comparatively a short time, the National Guard signal companies accepted for United States service will receive machines. Michigan has one signal company, located at Ypsilanti, and the war de partment desires that it be increased by another company, forming a bat talion. Recruits are desired by the captain, Glenn Arnold, of Ypsilanti. Young men of Michigan who desire to enter the flying corps can enter the organization at once and learn the rudiments of drill during the weeks following the calling out of the Guard for service. They will'then be in lino for assignment to airplanes. In the event that airplanes are not immediately available, however, they can transfer to the flying corps of th army, as such transfers are encourag ed. A certain amount of trainin other than with aircraft, is needed by the signal corps men and this can be secured by preliminary training be fore the call comes. The Michigan Signal corps had an airplane at Grayling camp last sum nier and it was in use for scvera weeks prior to being wrecked by a violent storm. TRAIL 0? THE SUBMARINE. It Always Betrays Its Pretence te the Keen Eyed Watcher; A submarine always reveals her pres enee to th seeing eye. If near the surface he periscope leaves the be traying wake, and even when she 100 feet or more under water she al ways disturbs tne surrace in a way that, to the experienced observer, makes her presence known. The watch er in an airplane quickly sees such disturbances, even if the submersible is too far under the sea to be seen itself. But the Important fact is that the submarine spends most of her time on tbe surface. One famous submarine' ability to sail seventy miles under wa ter without rising is regarded as W'reat achievement. Most submarines that Is, cannot keep submerged nearly so long. The reason Is that it has to come to the surface to recharge Its electric batteries. This recharging is done by the oil engines, which can work only on the surface because of the exhaust In addition to its other disadvantages this recharging process makes a noise that can be heard flvo miles away, While undergoing this ordeal the sub marine is In a helpless condition, and a well aimed shot even from a small gun such as a motorboat can carry, can pierce Its thin steel plates and send it to the bottom. World's Work. Carson Cosgrove of this city has been sent to the army aviation training April 29tb, at the home ot the bride, camp at Fort Sam Houston, Texas Z2k lomnna avenue., Mr Frank- Rhrmon h.. hr, Rx CR. Wolford officiated in the ed 80 for nniahln n,l i th. ntn wwee of the immediate relatives and mobile- j2a , t t . g . OntBOS. xne groom was auenaeu oy i theatre Ijxaaa Bates of alt. Pleasant, and Miss Carrol Perry of Lansing, acted as brides- navl The bride is well known and -very popular, being employed for some Vo as stenographer in the offices of R IP. Biaelow aud E. F. Wilson. The Ironing Kills the Germs. One heed not worry about receiving Infection in clothes sent to a laundry. even though they be washed with those ,r a FW ww ""' be infectious diseases. Such, in sub- Aaineei v,o. ot inaing, wuwo " stance, is a report Just issued by the cgrca will reside. Amrfcan Food Must Win the War Continued from page 1.1 ifc-m in the Kaiser's terms of peace to the English fleet. With the "CaciisA fleet in his possession, the fCaiisrr will be master of the world Wliat will happen to us then? Tyt.tj man who stops to think knows quarters in which the laundresses live, JfC? jutswer. We shall have money, there is possibility of reinfection of tbo tW, ttihor, land, everything that is clean linen if communicable diseases XrxlTr m fl.n xvlA ar present among the members of the United States public health service after an investigation by M. C. Schroe- der and S. G. Southerland of the New York department of health. For what ever disease germs are not killed in the washing will be killed by tho ironing. In fact, tbe ironing kills more germs than the washing. There is, however, danger in having clothes washed by a laundress at her own home, for, "owing to the close vrp, to protect what we have. Ex- -ms estimate that it will take us atonths to get ready to meet a German? nrmy of even 150,000 men, riU modern artillery. Under such Tvcrnistanccs, would the Germans twar-ns better than they have al- s8!y treated Belgium and France? T'ren if the armies of (fur Allies riioukt erush the German military jyT fins summer, before the short- je f food can reach the point of mint, the world would still need vast tfrti-friries of American food. But if Vtry not, only one course can make its vfc, and that is to grow food n5h on our farms for ourselves arcul yur Allies, and to put ships vmtKxzh on the sea to carry the food, iia fjn'le of the submarines, to the men wio are fighting our fight. 3f tft'e war lasts beyond this sum , if will be the American farmer laundress' family." Finds Relief In "Needling." For ages ono of the customs of Chi nese physicians has been to thrust fine needles Into the body to let out pains and various maladies, and it appears that bleeding In this way is often real ly useful. After long observation In China, Dr. James Cantlle reports him self so much impressed with the re sults that be has adopted the procedure himself for certain cases. Needling seems to lessen the tension in the in flamed part and to relieve neuralgic and rheumatic nains. swelling and ;tit7ncss from sprains and fractures, and especially the indefinite hip pains usually called sciatica. Quite Fatal. A Newark (inu doing a big business in accident Insurance received this note from one of Its clients a few days ago: 'I reeclrcil a fatal accident to my hand. Have been looklncr for von to rbn -will win . or lose the war, who I ad Juxt damage. Please come soon. I w3B ovweome militarism and autoc- don't want it to heal till you hare seen 3fT; cr allow them to spread and nnl " fl'1"' Joi to keep it itrol the world, ourselves includ- hound up. So please attend to it prompt- TTim is no fanciful picture, but one snfcer fact. Many a man will make tt of it until he comes to think it &rtfa bnt I venture to say that few wtB treat it lurhtly Iv lfore it get well." Newark CalL Come to Central Minnesota This country Is 'adapted to diver after careful I fified farming, stock raising, dairy- Bm&L It is no more impossible KiT T &m tlie great war itself appeared vegetables and small fruits. Prices Um e, only, a lew days bcrore it be-1 reasonable. im. i we aiso nave lanas in xortnem i i . . . H i true that we can trrcatlv in- "a .C8n inI8n F "e r -j i rpsnr. ioaii -wm mJ9 - - uiunauiv D L r i " j vur I verms. wr rain now used lnmaking liquors,! Bsnton County Real EstatoCo.. ml nr reducing,houchold waste. But I 1 8t snk Rapids, Minnesota. rien these two things arc done, and thoroughly, they will not bo THJJT? IS1ECR?T, bMrs.8onth , . rp n t i . . .,, I worth, and 14 other good stories matfr.-.The final decision will still pt paid for only 10 bents, id' qrT in Hie hands of the men who dress, G.. EL8EA, Owosso.Mluh. Adv FLAG OF GREECE. The Standard Adopted by the National Assembly In 1822. The ancient Greeks had no standard although they venerated the emblems on their shields as wo our flag. The tlrst flag used by the Greeks was dec orated with a two headed eagle and was used In the revolt against the Turks in 1404. In the revolution of 1709 a white flag with a blue cross was raised. In 1803, when All Pasha was ravag ing Thessaly, John Stathans led a flo tilla Into Skiathos under a flag which was the same as that in uso at the present day blue with a white cross The first flag of tho great revolution was raised by Marco Hotzarls on Oct 25, 1S20. It was white with an .icon of St. George. On Jan. 1, 1S22, the national assem bly in Epldaurus. at the foundation of tho independence of Greece, defined the Greek flag as follows: On the land nine horizontal stripes, a plain blue flng hi four quarters with a white cross in the middle, to bo called tho "land flag." On the sea, nine horizon tal stripes, Ave blue and four white, with a blue square in the corner in four quarters, on which Is a white cross. , This is the flag known as the Greek Hag today. The blue ground is very dark. Indianapolis News. The Giraffe as It Feeds. . . The singular shape of the giraffe Is adapted to its habits of life. It feeds on tho young brangbes and top -boots ot tho trees, and Its, long Tore .legs and neck enable it to browse at a far great er height than any other anlma.1. In feeding It stretches up its neck and with its long prehensile tongue, which It can protrude to a surprising dls tance, hooks down the tender shoots and leaves Into its mouth. But the creature's peculiar form, though en abling It to feed on what it likes best, Is sometimes tho cause of its destruc tion. The fore legs are so long that to reach tho ground it has to stretch them wide apart and bend down its neck in a semicircle, aud wullo drinking In this defenseless attitude tho Hon or leopard springs upon It and overpow ers it before it can recover itself. Making Coffee In Java. "In Java they know how to make coffee," says a woman who has lived there many years. "It is not boiled, as Is tbo custom here in America. Tho bean is roasted carefully and then ground to a fine state, not powdered, and boiling water is then poured over it The water is allowed to. filter through the coffeo for several hours until tbo extract is highly concentrated and very strong. A spoonful of this extract is then placed in a cup of hot milk, and I may tell you that there never was a more delicious drink made." The Cross In Heraldry. In heraldry the cross is formed by two perpendicular and two horizontal lines crossing in the center of the shield. This form is modified in vari ous was by additions and combina tions, thus expressing many meanings. It Is said that human intelligence never devised a system so infinite in its va rieties and so endless in its applica tion as is to be found in the science of heraldry, in which figure twenty- seven basic or fundamental crosses. Choica of Evils. "Old man, you are entirely too close In money matters. Your friends are beginning te ' classify you as a tight wad. What do it matter? I'd rather le classified as a tightwad than as a good thing." Kansas City Journal. Treas Upside Down. By transplanting young trees upside down so that the branches develop roots and the roots leaves an English railway has produced small shade trees in less time than ordinarily. Question For Quattion. Clarence Would you scream if I kissed you? Clara Do you flatter yourself that I would be speechless with Joy? ruck. Think of your own faults and prob ably you wiirtalk less about the faults of others. LOCAL NEWS J. Edwin Ellis and daughter returned lueeday from a visit at Hamilton, Ont. Mrs. W. B. Camburn has sufficiently recovered from a two weeks' illness to be able to be up part of the day. Eight hoboes were given county Jail sentences at Owoaso and Durand Mon day, and are now. at work on the county roads. Drs. Q. p. and C. A. Sackrider nave gone to their farm at Roscommon tn look after the orchard and other mat ters. Register of Deeds Vincent over $309.15 to County Treasurer Rich ardson as fees of the register's office for April, an unusual! v lance month' business. Bertha Delong has begun suit by her next friend C. F. Nelson, for divorce from George Delong of Owosso, claim ing cruelty. Thev were married In 1913 and have two children. O. F. Germaine of Corning, Ohio. paid $1,223.15 of 1914 taxes on Durand property, Tuesdey, and the descriptions were removed from the list being offered for sale at the connty treasurer's office at tbe annnal tax sale. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cossltt of New York CityApril 21, a daughter. Dr. Cossitt, who was form erly in the mall service in this city has made an enviable reputations in New York as a physician and many Owosso friends extend congratulations on the arrival of tbe daughter. William Symes, former Bancroft merchant, who was brought back from northern Michigan un a charge of con tempt of court, has been released on probation, and ordered to pay f 6 a week for the support of his wife and children and must remain in Michigan and re port to the county agent every two weeks. Jesse Rowe, recently appointed turn key at the county jil, has' resigned to enlist in Co. II, and Louis Pardee will return from Durand to take that posi tion again. Eogene Wood, L Bouck, W. Watson, O. Grant and W. Cassidy of Corunna, have applied for places in tbe infirmary, and Lowell Buh. sen of Jndge Bush of Corunna. has applied for training in the officers' reserve corps. 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