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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDOM RECORDER, ffhibAV', .TUNE CTII, lui-1.
We all start out in life from
the Zero mark It i3 uphill all
the way. The higher we go
the more we arc looked up to.
f .iC man who attains success
nyiist 'take himself seriously,
look to Ills own interests and
conserve, his ulrenRth, wealth
and ahility. Many people are
depositing their money with
bank, payinR by clteck, and
I'-Micriti" their own interests,
ih.rcby rnisinn their marks
h h abote zero in the gauge
r, til e. .Why don't you try it?
I Jpen duiinit Noon Hour "d Satur
I dny Evening!.
-a oroduct of selected grades of California crude
oil, distilled and re-distilled, treated for the elimi
v nation of all foreign matter and by means of ex
haustive laboratory tests, -maintained at the most
rigid standards of uniformity and high quality in
short, the best gasoline the Standard Oil Company
Red Crown signs are furnished' to all dealers
handling Red Crown Gasoline., Watch for the
Summer Rates in Effect.
Any Iterth San Francisco. -$7.50
Any Berth Los Angeles 14.50
Any Berth San Diego 16.50
(Round Trips in Proportion)
X will sail from
V, WJRKLKSS TWIN SCRIMS
"THE ONLY WAY"
Bandon Warehouse jOa
Mnrnii Knowlton Is u woman wDO ifa;
mnde cukes nil tier life mid always lins
used the same recipe, wedding cukes
special enkos. holiday cakes, party
enkes and everyday cakes, simply be
cause the cake which she made for her
own wcddlnc In 1802 was so delicious
that all the fiiiest.s wanted one like It.
and this desire has been passed on to
their children and friends. She keep?
many calies on hand, so that her ctis
tomers may have their cake a day, a
week or u mouth old, as they like
Each cako weighs about one and a
half pounds and Is labeled with the
dato of Its bnljln. They are kept In
stone Jars wrapped In waxed 'paper
Hero Is the recipe:
One cupful each of super, butter and
molasses: ono cupful homemade Jelly
or strawberry preserves, one cupful
buttermilk, hair a cupful strong cof
fee, two eggs, one grated nutmeg, two
teaspoonfuls cinnamon, one teaspoon
fill cloves, two teaspoonfuls snloratus
(dissolved In half a cupful boiling' wa
ten. two pounds raisins, one pound
cleaned currants, one pound chopped
candled fruit (lemon, orange, citron),
rIx eupfuls Hour measured before sift
Mix the fruit 'thoroughly In the Hour
Creijin butter and sugar, add tho eggs,
milk and coffee, then'tho Hour contain
ing the fruit. Beat thoroughly add
add the unices.
Turn Into well buttered pans and
bake at Uvst one hour In a slow oven
Sign or ask our nearest
' agency about delivery in
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Muuht June 10
Hudson Maxim Has Figured In
'Some Perilous Incidents.
LUCKY AT CHEATING DEATH.
On Ono Gun Tetlna Oeoaolon a Sud- ,
don ImpuMe to Run, Which Ho Obey- .
ed, Wot tho Moan of Saving His !
LifeA Magazino That Got its So- j
ond Wind. j
One of the most thrilling adventures I
In niv exnerlenco took place at the gov I
eminent proving grounds at Sandy ,
Hook. N. J., when the united States !
government was. testing maximlte be- '
fore adopting it.
Near a light frame building in widen :
I was Oiling shells with njiiximlte. a '
Kn inch eiin was being tested. A num
ber of shots had been II red from the
big gun. Just as 1 had concluded my
work und started for the wharf to take
tho government tug for New YorU. the
signal was souurted for another shot
I was walking along a stretch or ran- ,
way triyk directly behind the gun.
At that instant 1 remembered that
unvnrnt rears before. When one of these
guns was being touted, the breechlocl.- ,
had blown out. passed tnrougn Uie
bombproof and killed six ollleers and
mnn. hut I arcued with myself that the
chance was Infinitely remote Umt the
brcechlook would be blown out or tue
present gun on this discharge at the
twv Instant I was In range, but upon '
a sudden Impulse I ran with all my
Tho gun was discharged. 1 looked
i-nmiil lust In time to see the huge
breochloek pass through a building near
the ono in which I had been at worir. .
it Mine nn tho track, striking and
breaking one of the rails over which 1 f
had passed. It ricocheted against tue
too of the old granite fort und glanced
Mi. . tin. nir A qlimvi'f of stones
and debris fell oyer a wide area and J
many fragments strucic tno grounu
close to me. ;
t -ivnlknd hack to the scone of the ac- i
cident and found that the windows In
the little building where I had been j
filling mnxlinlte'shells were completely ;
Hdiihul with nurtl.v burned cylinders of '
smokeless powder that hnd been blown j
from the gnu.
I onco had another curious experi- !
.i.r.o nt Sandv llook during some trials !
of tho Maxim automatic machine gun. j
Ammii! the HL-vere tests to which the '
gun was subjected was ono Intended to
.simulate what might occur in making
a landing upon tho seashore, where the
mechanism of tho gun might get tilled
with suiid. The test Is known- as the
Tho gun being tested at the time was
f the kind using black gunpowder
cartridges, for It was before the Intro
duction of smokeless powder. There
tvns so much energy in tho recoil of
the barrel that a great deal of 'sand
could be thrown into tho mechanism
without Interfering with tho working
of the gun. '
' The comma tiding offlcor did not ar
rive to see tho gun fired until after the
board In charge had completed tho test,
fie then appeared und demanded that
the firing should be continued for Ills
oeuellt. The chairman of the experl
nental board demurred, saying that
he gun hud pnssed through tho test
admirably and that It was too bad to
lire It more than was absolutely neces
iiiry, with Its mechanism filled with
sand. But the eoinumndor Insisted.
A selmoner was approaching near
the line of (he. The commander said
lie only wanted to see u few rounds
ilred and that the llrlng would bu com.'
pleted before the schooner would como
(vlthiu range. Accoidlngly a belt or
Ullt rounds was luserted. and the firing
oegun. .Utcr pei hups ilfty rounds were
fired the command was given "Cease
tiring.'' but the gun kept right ou. It
afterward proved that the trigger was
blocked by sand, so that it was Impos
dble to stop the guu. Tho schooner
-nme Into rauge, and tho bullets Uow
over and around her.
My assistant, who was tiring the gun.
did .his host to work the trigger and
stop it. It did not occur to him on tho
Instant to ilnllmbor the gun and swlug
it round so as to bring the schooner
out of range. As the guu tired at the
rate of 750 shots a minute tho firlug
was all over inside half a minute.
I'ortuuiiti'ly no- damage was done
When the same guu was undergoing a
sand test Mit Annapolis, Mil., I c-iimo
very near lining killed by It
The gun hud passed successfully
through a severe sand test, but tho
otllcar In lirg wanted to see wheth
er ho could put enough snud Into tho
gun to stop it So he had the gun box
tilted full The gun II red about 100
rounds mid then stopped. My assistant
threw down the stifo tiuit is to say,
liwliod the trliMer. so that It eouhj not
be piillod-nud begun clearing tho gun
TttiuliiiiK tint tho gun whs safo. I
wus Juat about to stup round in front
at it u4ritM)ly It flred n dozen or
more hIuhk, m flato to uiw that my
I'lwibiw wore soared by the powder
Om at Mi UNI umIm Hi AiiiHHMjlU
wm to 4m a Mustw win felly
late Mt tr VV imd flntd Of
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tu luiii I titutmuuMi
consisting of the following tracts and parcels of
real estate located in the Town of Riverton,
Qoos, County, Oregon,
Following is the appraised value of the same:
Wo, the appraisers of the property known as tho Mill property nt Riv
erton, Oregon, find tho value as follows:
Reslo Estate Parcels, two acres more or less $5C0.00
Lots 2, Jl, 4, 5, (i, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block C 550.00
Lots 3 and 0, Block 5, and dwcllinR . .. 800.00
Lot 2, Block 1 75.00
Lot 8, Block 3 150.00
Mill Machinery and Buildings.
Two boilers valued at : 050.00
Ono online," size lGxlG ........ . . . . 10.1.00
One engine, size 10x20, 25.00
Ono onKine, size 7x14, , 20.00
One planer . . . . . ' 100.00
One carringo and equipment ', . . . 300.00
One cdtjor 40.00 '.
Four circle saws 1 200.00
Mill building ' 100.00
Misccllaneus pulleys, pipes and parts of machinery 400.00
Total value ?37(i0.00
Do you want pure drug
and drug sundries, fine
perfumes, hair brushes,
and toilet articles? If
so call on
C. Y. L OWE, Bandon
' O. SUMNER
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
HEADACHES CAUSED BY
Eyestrain can not bo cured with med-
J50IIL, Optometrist at Sabro Bros.
TRY M. O' CON'S
Shoes for fit, quality and low.
est prices,. Shoe shop in on
ncctiou. .Men's half soles sew
ed or nailed, 75c. Women's
sewed or nailed, GUc.
In Old Epypt
An AmerHin protesitor claims to
have discovered that It was n crime to
flirt In ancient Egypt If the fair sex
looked anything like the pictures they
left behind tln'in It wns.-Toronto Htur
Took Job Lot,
Ut rtw MM," 'iiuruiiired Ine Issik
Tk Jtitit) liUH)jniihtir polnicd te
-No ItmtU i ItittHU," If l'!h"l.
u ti UtuV u )ob ot-WiMlifii(lo'i
t4MMtt fruity Wtii 0 ItjHHt
,Miwl nt Urn lHvt ' gfjftMUT
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a liberal discount
30 . days. For
G. E. W I L S O N
All kinds of light and heavy work. Horses scicntif
ically shod. Deformities remedied. Bring in yoilr
cripples, and get their feet adjusted by a man that
knows a foot Carl Clifford, the scientific horse
shoer. Tic checkers, splitting mauls, and all kinds
of tie makers tools. All work guaranteed right.
! , BANDON TRANSFER LINE i
& Gatchell Brothers, Props. 'w
All kinds of heavy and light drayinjr. Phone orders -
t's given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi-
t son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641. j:
Owing to the condition of tin lumber murker and
inability to wure cargoes out of Handon, the "KSTA
BROOK LINK,, has been forced to take two of
its steamers off the Handon run. Running but one
boat on a rather infrequent schedule, and appreciating
the inconveniences to u ich it might place the many
friends of the "KSTACROOK LINK,, were we to
ask them to order their shipments via our line, we
have decided to temporarily discontinue the carrying
of loud freight. With the re-establishmcnt of our
UMial mt ice, we will most higly nppret iate the return
on these prices
WAREHOUSE CO. :
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