The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19??, August 17, 1915, Image 5

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ONE FREE TRIP TO THE PANAMA FAIR FOR YOU
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J. W. MAST
BANDON
OREGON
Phone 294.
East Second Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Buy Garden and Farm Produce
The Best Butter of Local
Production
BY SAVING SALES CHECKS FKOM MERCHANTS LISTED
A Grand Prize of a Free Trip to thePanama-Pacific Exposition at
San Francisco will be given to the young lady who secures the great
est number of votes in this contest.
The firms whose advertisements appear on this page have agreed
to give Sales Slips with all Cash Purchases of them or monthly bills
paid to them.. These Slips or receipts. may be exchanged for Totes,
t.na vole for each 5 eta credited, at the Recorder olfice. Contest closes
Saturday, August 28th. See elscwJiere in this paper for particulars.
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When Did Man
Begin to Live?
Man was created after
all other living
things on earth.
And he was given add
itional powers to
Think, Reason and
Act, so that he might
become ruler of all
things.
Motorists began to
realy live and become
supreme beings
when they were enabled
to get the proper ac
cessories, at the proper
prices.
And to have their c;rs
repaired by men who
know how.
And those who have
fully exercised their
thinking and reasoning
powersshould conclude
to continue to live by
patronizing the Bandon
Garage-
We carry the largest
stock of TIRES and
accessories in Ballon.
And our prices are
right.
BANDON GARAGE
COMPANY
FOSTKIt & HENRY, Props.
Phone 51 Phone 51
General
Electric Wiring
Hot Point
Appliances &
Fixtures
Lamps in
Variety
Plumbing
Starr-Mast
Hardware Company
Fall in line and se
cure a free trip to
the Fair by trading
with us. One vote
for every 5c purchase
and five percent dis
count on cash purchases.
City
Grocery
Company
"HOUSE OF QUALITY"
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FLOUR AND FEED
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We may live without poetry, music and art;
Ve may live without conscience, may love with
out heart;
We may live, without lovers live, without hope;
But civilized women mnot live without soap.
We may live without books what is knowledge,
but sorrow ;
We may live without beauty, it fades on the
morrow;
We may live without law suits, indictments are
quashing;
But, where is the one who can live without washing
PMronbc The Ban(ion steam Laundry, Inc.
The Little
Store With
The Big
Busin ess
Fruit and Vegetables
Bread. Confectionary
and Groceries
O. T.
Teaney
CITY MEAT
MARKET
GEO. E R D M A N, Proprietor
All Kinds of Fresh and
Salt Meats, Fish and
Vegetables.
We Are Prepared To Serve You
Ketter Than You Have Been
Served Before
Our ttock of slioes and hosiery for Men, Ladies and Children,
also Mens' Furnishings, is larger and more complete, than in any pre.
vious season.
Neither the European war, nor local conditions will effect our
service or prices. In fact in our shoes, you can get the style and ser
vice ususally found in shoes tint cost you at least 75c or SI. 00 more than
our price.
Call and See Them. M O'CON
Shoe Repair Shop in Connection Opposite the Grand Theatre
Votes for Countcst With Every Sc Purchase
SOME CLEVER NEW MODELS
IN FALL HATS ARE BEING
SHOWN AT MORRISON'S
HAT SHOP. THE' LADIES OF
BANDON ARE INVITED TO CALL
AND SEE THEM.
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New Fashion Rural Comedy
Story of Old Home Folks Told
u Captivating Manner by Bos
worth Players
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Reviewed by W. Stephen Bush
Tlioro enn never bo nn over supply
of such pictures as these. "It's no
Laughing Mntter" has an abundance
of clean, kindly humor nnd a wealth
of wholesome pathos. It is rofreshing
ly free from the conventional b'gosh
melo-drama though it Is reminiscent
of Deunuin Thompson and Kichurd
Golden when those two artists were
in the heyday of their careers.
Maclyn Arbucklo is a most infec
tuous radiator of sunshine and laugh
ter. In this play ho is the village post
master, the village poet nnd the cent
ral figure in a circle of admiring cron
ies. You dont have to travel very far
on the Jersey side or up the river to
fir.d the types of this play as they
gather in the genernl store swapping
Ft-ries and watching tho business of
the post olllco, the latter being located
in the rear of tho general store. Tho
vilalgo poet is a sort of inglorious
Browning for he boos motttly the good
of life and ho is always ready with a
hui'h and a Joke. Muslyn Arbucklo
I rings the sublime philosophy of
Brown down to the comprehension of
tho simplest undursliindiug and con
verts tho lofty lofty teaching of Pip
ii Pusses into tho inoro ninvnt coin.
ii- of homely i-vi'iyduy wisdom uml
i iiuiioii sensu. Tim illifiitioii of os
VilU'i' liu rievi'i uuhluvi'il u morn
nulituHn ii'swltj I litt proportion of
fu
jiiiI Inn it Jiilurtl I ii H hlrul Dim,
niujmg uimI I Iii nUmt at ty"w
new melodramatic possibilities or
rather improbabilities, Lois Weber has
found a gold mine of screen material
light at our very doors, where it has
lain despised or ignored. Tho stage
and tho printed page hnve not neglect
ed the rustic life nnd the rustic drama
nnd we are glad thnt the screen has
now followed this old lane and in fol
lowing improved it.
The scenes of this play may have
been taken from the village life of
Now England or from the Middle
West or from any typically American
part of the country. Page after page
is unrolled of the "simply annals of
the poor". We smile and laugh most
of the time while wo watch the picture
but the touch of pathos is by no means
wanting. No maiden is seduced, no
"cheeild" is carried through the snow
storm, no papers are secreted in tho
old mill, but on the contrary every
thing is real, genuine and true to na
ture in even the minutest detail. In
stead of being hissed olF the stage or
turned over to the grim minions of
the law, sporting largo tin stars, the
villain is told that ho ought to be
ashamed of himself and take care of
his wifo and baby. Instead of gloat
ing or defying tho villain sensibly
takes tho advice of "Hiram Judd" and
promises to behave, giving an liu
mediate example of Ids reformation
by holding and carrying (ho Imhy
Poor good old III has a passion for
pontiy, grmilly to the disgust f hi
wife, who li Inilliii'd In mold uml lake
u fimeoly pinrtliiil view of everything
Ul.n ii)nU, "III" In u poor Inislnuiw
iniint l hwtw lh ihmI olh;u uml is u-
bout Id ItMHi III Iwniu ivlmi w lui'H" )
i .'crybody gets into the picture and
l ie villain still holds the lmby. I can-
ot imagine any American audience
.hich would fail to enjoy this feature
f.om the first inch of film to the last.
I consider Arbuckle's performance
c (iial to his work in "Tho County
Cnairman." He had splendid support
throughout. Altogether this is a pic
ture which does belong on the Para
mount Program
See this picture at the Grand Thea
ter, Thursday August 19th.
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MOTORISTS SHOULD HE BETTEIt
INFOItMEI) ON LUBRICATION
SAYS GOVERNMENT EXPERT.
"A consideration of tho properties
of cylinder oils, and an analysis of tho
co ulitions under which they lubricate,
lend us to the belief that a large ma
jority of tho complaints about cylinder
oils can be accounted for as due to ig
norunce regarding the principles go
verning their use." So says Lieuten
ant G. S. Bryan of tho Naval Engineer
ing Experiment, Station, Annapolis,
Maryland. Continuing his article in
tho Journal of tho American Society
of Naval Engineers for February,
states:
"Tho three essential requirements
of a good motor cylinder oil ure: I
It must lubricate tho pUton efficiently
at tho temperatures ncountoiud In
tlit rylindtu-. 2 It must give u good
until lo the pjttton and rings, keeping
thm tight uml proventlng leakage of
tlw oil uml itomluiiKfil gutuiliiui pul
thtiin. u, M iinml Inn without form
tug mimn dopoit in the eyllinlni'
Wlwil KM MMHM of ItlM ull KmU llltd III"
wMtUualiiiti npury,
"Wi lwt mui ilmi with Dim wolur
UUg In lhp juluU Uu Uuiinjiul;n
kl' m at Ikt l&m t ati lLei 1
walls, which is the part that regulat
es the friction, cannot be much higher
than this. I do not know of any mo
tor oils that have a flash point lower
than 325 degrees F. If the temper
ature of the cylinder walls gets up as
high as this in a water cooled motor
there is something radically wrono;,
and tho remedy is not to get another
oil of higher flash point, but to locate
tho trouble and remove it.
"It is nn old theory that was never
founded on solid facts that a high
flash point is a necessity in a Motor
oil or the oil will burn up without giv
ing any lubrication. The point was
overlooked that when we liave n max
imum temperature of the guses of the
gases in the cylinder of 2,000 degrees
F. and an uverago temperature of 050
degrees F., an oil with an flush point
of 450 degrees F. will offer but little
more resistance to burning than one
would of 350 degrees F.
"Either oil will burn if kept for any
length of time in contact with the hot
gas, lubricating oil does not burn very
easily or very fast however, and the
time given for it to burn in u motor
cylinder is very short.
Stock With Pedigrees
W. I". Hllngsby mul A. It. Duvonport
of Myrtle Point juirfhuseil from J. IL
Wnlliiuk't) of hu Htur imiih in Curry
roinily, i) rtfgUturiil llnlnlnlii hull uulf
iilf iwoiilly for whluli lhy publ I If'"
Tim pilrn i not viuUum iwinmku
hl 'for iliin iMillmilwi' lino vt linwlliitf-
Wlimi I lie iIiiiii of I hi iwJf wu wuuiu
oi o jfmr fill 1m wuj pum)ittJ
lir. VVuiJiDii' ul m bmi ml in
IWJJJtti r lim 'IW b Ui mmmi
uW mil, TImi ftm J lutjd m Hm i
jwmJj mmI ma uaiini nnld timii !
The pedigree of the Slingsby-Dav-enport
calf is well marked with promi
nent marks and features of tho breed.
Tho dam last year when two years
old made an A. R. O. record of ovar
15 lbs. fat.This year she brought out
still more noticablc the character of
her breeding and produced under of
ficial test 18.81 lbs. fat as a three
year old.
It is of special interest to note that
the grandsirc of tho calf on tho Dam's
side (Johnnna Calantha 2nd's Sir
Fay no 45998) is n full brother to a
cow, "Grace Payne 2nd Homestead"
who produced the remarkable amount
of 35.5 lbs. butter in seven dlays, A
It. O. Another remarkable feature of
the breeding of this calf is the fact
that every animal making up the pe
digree for fivo generations back is
either an A. It. O. cow or aire. Four
nar Dams on the Dams side have re
cords of over four hundred pounds in
a year. Three or these records made
nt 2 years old. This grnndciro on the
Biro's side of this calf is the sire of
several high producing cows, one pro
ducing cows, one produced under of
ficii test 890 lbs. butter fat in 3G5
days. Going buck still further in the
biacding of this calf a:'d vo find that
the groat-grent grnmlHiro o.) tho Hires
Hido has 82 A, It. O, (liuigbMrs and 51
A. It. O. eons. This bull is King Klgn
I Hi) 108) mid nil who mu fr miliar with
HoUtoIti bniling know him to bo ouu
of tho grout foumlutlo i urliiiuU of
lim hii'il.
This is mi'ifly un oxumjilu of ;o-
upurullvo bn-wling. Mr. Nllngkhy
uml Mr. nuvnporl put tHKlr liuuiln lo
HHhi uml lMij(il liiul I hoy mull t'rt
ih miliiitJ m urn Imlwmi ilium Umis
UW nblt In m u lMtinr tAin (or
vm, 'J1liM I HUH UH IMDlkttfW u Utt
lau 1 mi kii mm md
stein herd. However it is the inten
tion to purchase the coming year a
pure bred cow as a foundation for a
future pure bred herd. These men
are on the right track and certainly
arc to be congratulated upon their
first step.
Mr. S. S. Reed another member of
tho Myrtle Point Cow Testing Associa
tion secured a bull which cabrincd
much of the blood of the old bull
"Golden Glows Chief". Mr. Reed is
fortunablo in securing so good an ani
mal and may expect good Improve
ment from the use of this sure.
M O N E Y I MONEY!
Tho mint mnkes it and under the
terms of theCONTINENTAL MORT
GAGE COMPANY you can secure it
at 6 percent for nny legal purpose on
approved real estate. Termn easy, tell
us your wants and wo wil co-operalo
with you.
PETTY AND COMPANY
bI3 Denhnm Bldg., Denver, Colo.
L. I. WHEELER,
WHEELER STUDIO
Fine Portraits
Amateur Finishing
Fiiat St. Khi.! of Hotel f.'ullier
J'UKH DRIK.'S
Do you wnnt pure drug
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