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KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Ol'AUTY AX1 SKRVICK
THURSDAY, JI LY 21, 1919.
Fair and cooler east portion
tonight; Friday, gentle wester-
own - your - own - home campaign
doubtless are 'excellent, what the
people of this country need moat of
all Is a learn-to-be-happy-at-honie
AVTO OF THE FUTURE
What is to lie the future line of
development of the motor car? It
is a big, .practical question, of inter
est to every designer and manufac-
turer, and to every present or pros
pective user of an automobile.
William B. Stout, woo has won ,
distinction as an aircraft engineer,
gives some illuminating suggestions
based on aircraft lessons learned dur
ing the war. The motor car of the
'uture, he says, should have thes
It should be a closed car, carrying
five paaengers, and weighing only
about 900 pounds, with a small en
gine of si x or more cylinders, giv
ing SO to 40 miles on a gallon of
gasoline, riding more easily than
the present heavy-weight cars, and
costing no more than any present
ear of equal pasenger capacity and
These are not at al impossible
The veto of the daylight saving
bill has railed public attention once
more to a subject that has nothing
to do with the merits or demerits of
the plan in question. It is the sub
ject of legislative "riders."
The daylight-repeal provision was
made an appendage to the agricul
tural appropriation bill. When the
president, therefore, decided to veto
the appendage, the only way he
could do it was to veto the entire
bill. A9 a result, many agricultural
department activities were tempor
arily in distress for -lack of funds.
Whether the president, was right
or wrong in this veto Is another
question. The obvious fai t is that
if this important daylight provision
had been Incorporated -in a separate
bill, standing by Itself as It should,
it could have been considered on Its
own merits, and the appropriation
bill would have gone through un
complicated, and unscathed.
Isn't It about time for congress
and state legislatures to quit the
With Germany," prepared by Col.
I-eonard P. Ayres, chief of the sta
tistics branch of the general staff,
and issued under the direction or
Secretary of War Newton I. Huker.
Its 'Pages contain much information
of general interest, which will he
published In the Courier from time
Distinction is never acci
dental etrry effect has a
have their cause in tins the
choice tobacco in them
.the skill that blended it- the
pure itidis paper that wraps
it - and the mouthpiece that
cools the smoke,
10 or 13c
Tlit; John llnllmnn Co. Brunch
SEVEN MILLION SOLDIERS
EXPERT PLANE MAKER
ideas, he maintains. The engine may
be lightened by being cooled by air, rty PracUce of tacking riders onto
aa well as reducing the size of the
cylinders. Fifteen horsepower will
be enough for the purpose, and the
weight need not he more than eight
pounds per horsepower, or 120
pounds. Weight may he eliminated
In many parts of the car by a more
general substitution of wood for
steel. Airplane construction, he
holds, has proved the superiority of
wood for maliy purposes, because of
its combined strength and elasticity.
Such a car. he says, will not only
be fairly cheap in first cost and won
derfully economical to run. but it
can he taken care of by the owner
with little effort and little skill. The
oiling will be almost wholy automa
tic, and there wil Ibe no grease cups
or unluhricated joints. The outside
design will be such that it can be
kept clean by a minimum of -washing.
It all sounds too good to 'be true.
A million automobile users will sigh,
"Bring us such a car." Maybe the
experts will really produce It before
important bills? All bills should
he considered upon their own merits.
The Courier has just
copy of the new book.
(Continued from page 1)
gaul.U'il iiitn divisions which consist
ed of some SS.tiiin officers and men.
These divisions wore the (anient on
the western front, since the HrltlHh
division numbered about l.'i.OOO and
those of the French and tivrtinins
i about I 2:"uu each. There uw sent
overseas 4:' American divisions and
several hundred thousand supple
mentary artillery and service of ip
Of every 100 American soldiers
and sailors who took part In the wur
with Germany, 2 were killed or died
of disease during the period of hos
tilities. In the northern iirmy dur
ing the Civil war the number was
about 111. Among the other great
nations, in the war, between I'll and
25 In each 100 called to the colors
were klllod or died. To carry the
comparison still further, American
losses In this war were relatively
Portland, July 24. Henry Wong,
Chinese aviator of Portland, narrow
ly escaped death last night during
a triaTflight of his airplane "II. W."
which he had recently completed
here himself, when the machine
went into a nose dive at a height
estimated at 100 feet and crashed
to the ground.
Spectators of the accident found
Wong pinned beneath the machine,
which was almost' totally wrecked.
They succeeded In getting the avia
tor out of the wreckage and sent
him to a hospital, where It was raid
his back was Injured.
Wong recently completed the air
plane after having spent most of the
winter and spring on Its construction. one-fifth as largo as during the Civil
war and less than one-tenth as In rue
July 30. Wednesday The ladles of
the Newman M. E. church will
give an Ice cream social on the
Bartlett lawn, 648 North Fourth
Aug. 11-29 Josephine ounty
teachers' training school.
Aug. 23, Saturday Civil service ex
amination for postoft.ee clerk-car
rier postponed from July 12.
: i BACK TO THE HOME
c A certain man and his wife take
j their daughter, aged nine, and thei
i son, aged three, get into the auto
I every night and go somewhere, says
j. an eastern writer.
i They go to his mother's or hers
to the movies or to market, or Just
I to ride. These superficial objec-
tlves are harmless enough to them-
selves, but back of them lies the
I true objective, which is one of the
1 most harmful In the world. It is
i the desire to get away from home.
These are perfectly nice people
i They do not realize, probably, that
, they are cultivating a bad habit and
i teaching It to their, children.
X The 'pity of It is that the country
j is full of 'people just like them. High
j voiced, high-tensioned, they dash
I about in autos, crowded Into movie
or walk the streets, their destination
I immaterial just so It leads away
ffrom their own four walls.
I This increasing restlessness Is not
a . ...
IT IS HERE
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that Zerolene holds
better compression, gives
perfect, protection to the
moving parts, deposits
least-carbon. There is a
consistency of Zerolene
scientifically refined to
meet 'exactly the needs
of your car. Get a Cor
rect Lubrication Chart
for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Grants Pass people are astonished
at the quick results produced by
simple wltchhazcl, camphor, hydras
tls, etc., as mixed In f.avoptlk eye
wash. In one case of weak and near
sighted eyes a few days use brought
great Improvement. In another case
It stopped eye pains and Inflamma
tion. We guarantee a small bottle
of Lavoptlk to help ANY CASE weak
strained or Inflamed eyes. Aluminum
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Trade Acceptances, hook of TiO, f 1
'Horse -Shoeing and Genera!
Wood repairing on till kinds of
Imve one of the bent if hwne
diner ll.at tlx) country nf.
315 South 6th St.
Are You In The Dark?
We are showing some beautiful
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.Next door First National Bank
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from eating Inferior foods.
We luivo n wide reputation for bundling only mr mid lioi
I sKpcclnlJy nre our fnilU and vegetnbe frcli mid uliob
IVo Hitnt your trade. Yon mml our good.
SWANS IKVN t A K K HAtl U
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
as In the ranks of the enemy or
among the nations associated with
The war wa undoubtedly the
bloodiest which has ever been fought.
One passible competitor might be
the Crimean war. In which the cas
ualty rate per 100 men wps equally
heavy. The British forces In the Cri
mean war lost 22 of every 100 men.
the French 31. the Turkish 27, and
the Russian, 13. More than four
fifths of tli losses were, however,
deaths from disease, while In tho re
cent war with Oermany disease
deaths were inconsiderable as com
pared with battle deaths.
Rattle deaths in brinies en.i-cd
In present war. 19U-1KIS.
France ,. 1,3X.r.,300
(ireat Britain .... HOO.Oimi
Austria ... soo.ouo
Serbia and Montenegro 12."..nn0
Ftoumanla' ... 1 00,000 !
I'nlted Htates 4 ,!)()
Portugal , 2.000
IV K HIVK .1 YWV. MK OF
Second Hand Ford Cars
(iiiiirantceil to ilw In flixt. -uh .hui
C. U HOBART CO.
Best housewives will accept
no other it's always fresh
when it reaches your table.
Give your grocer an order for
Franz Butter Nut Bread
it wilt please
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COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street