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THE BANK OF BAND ON
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Items of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Mast, Sr., Mr.
and Mrs. Mast, Jr., and Miss Lit a
Mast made up a party going to Eu
gene last week by auio. Mr. Mast
was taking his son and daughter out
to enter the U. of O.. and the Mesdam
cs Mast went along to keep their bet
ter halves in the road. The trip was
made in a day each way going out
Thursday and returning Friday the
old Coos Bay wagon road being the
route taken to and from the valley.
Mr. Mast reports that thoroughfare in
very good condition except the rough
part through the canyon. The inter
ior roads are also good, and the work
being done on the Pacific Highway
in the canyon this side 01' Cottage
Grove is resulting in a fine route
through that section. Mr. Mast re
turned through Eden valley and load
ed up with peaches, which he says are
plentiful and fine in the valley. He
says that his new Dodge car behaved
splendidly, and no mishap occurred on
the trip Coquille Herald.
INTERESTING POINTS ON THE
SCIENCE OF LUBRICATION
The many friends of J. M. Thomas
the well known and efficient game
warden, are having a good laugh at
his expense, since a government in
spoctor found his boat on the bay Sun
day without the necessary number of
life preservers and overloaded. The
boat is a little pleasure craft which
his son Ed. Thomas had taken to give
a party of friends a ride on the bay
Coos Bay Haibor
Gatcbell Brothers, Props. i
f All kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders t
t given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Jba I
son, Irish rroperly. .Telephone mi. z
Spray for Potato Blight. Also
40 cts a pound
A pound makes 5 gallons of
CENTRAL FEED CO.
I. C. Savage formerly publisher of
the Sentinel, who left here last De
cember to try farming in Florida,
which did not come up to all the spo
cifications, reached here Tuesday
afternoon. His wife and baby will re
main about a month longer at her old
home in Minnesota and then rejoin
him. Mr. Savage tells us that his
sister, Miss Grace M. Savvnge, who
left here a month ago for her old home
in Iowa has taken the position she
used to fill in the church work there
and does not expect to return to Ore
gon Coquille Sentinel.
Judge Skipworth sitting last week
at Coquille gave an interesting de
cisiion regarding the having of elk's
horns in one's possession. In the case
of Jordan Schapers charged with hav
ing elk horns, he directed a verdict of
not guilty, holding that the law was
The Game Warden will hold the elk
horns seized from Schapers and Dist
rict Attorney Liljeqvist says that the
case will be taken to the Supreme
Court for a decision here.
Reports have been occasionally cir
culated, ever since work on the bridge
cross the bay was commenced, that
the S. P. intended extending the Euire-
ne Coo? Bay line to Eureka. The ru
mors were always denied by S. P. of
ficials, but nevertheless the last rumor
circulated last week, seems to be
bounded on something more substan
tial than wind Coos Bay News.
your income should stop today, yet yonr expenses will
keep right on.
Better save while the dollars come regularly.
Into every life comes a time when Ready Money would
be welcome. "Tis a fund you yourself can create
through a Savings account with the
First National Bank
The Bandon Recorder
K. B. Westlcader was busy with
his movie machine on Central avenue
at noon. He snapped the North Bend
jitneys in action, showing them load
ing and unloading and it was otice
able that they all carried full passeng
er lists at the time. At two o'clock
he pictured the fire department, show
ing the auto truck tearing out at the
station answering a call Coos Bay
W.W . Gage, sheriff of Coos County
for a great many years until last el
ection, when he was defeated on a nar
row magin by Alf. Johnson, is now
serving in the capacity of foreman of
the jury in the Circuit Court. W. W.
Gage is known by every man, woman
and child in Coos county, and has mote
friends than anyone we can motion at
this time Coos Bay Harbobr.
Daily San Francisco
One of the newer and highly satis
factory ways of preserving eggs is by
the uso of water glass, a liquid form
of sodium silicate, which may be ob
tained at any drug store. For use in
preserving eggs, put one pint of water
glass in 10 quarts of water that has
been boiled. Put in a stone jar and
add the fresh, infertile eggs as you
gather them. Always have at least
two inches of the solution above the
Water glass egga are practically
as good as fresh eggs for most cook
ing purposes. IUk desired to boil
them, prick aumal lhole through the
largo mid of tho tiliell huforo pluclng
them in tho water. Tho pores of tho
ulifll have Imuhi poiilod with thi) wnUir
glims solution and without till pin
hole tlio impumling nlr within t'io
nlmll would urt it.
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Few motorists know what lubrica
tion really means or can tell just what
Happens when the oil strikes the hot
cylinder walls and how it is affected
A article by Lieutenant G. S. Bryan,
U. S. N. published in the February
Journal of the American Society of
Naval Engineers, throws considerable
light on the subject. He says in part:
"The lubricating vnlue of an oil is
due to the fact that when the surface
of tho cylinder and piston are separat
ed by a film of oil the fiction of these
two metal surfaces is eliminated and
the friction that remains is only that
occasioned by the sliding action of the
molecules of oil past each other. In
other words, it is same as if two lay
ers of oil are sliding past each other,
and the friction that occurs takes
place inside the oil film and not on tho
surface between the film and the me
tal. In other words, we have a dual
film-oil working against oil.
Under the conditions of high rub
bing speed and small piston ring pres
sure that are generally found in motor
cylinders, light oils, such as are used
in turbines, would probably give the
most efficient results if it were not
for the high temperatures encounter
ed in the cylinders.
"Heroic discussing the effect of
these high temperatures, it will be
well to determine just what they are.
Recent experiments abroad have
shown that the maximum temperature
attained in an internal-combustion
engine is about 2,700 degrees F.. This
is the mnximum and is obtained only
at tho top of the explosion stroke.
II. I .1
mi recoruing inermometer used in
the above investigation showed that
the maximum temperature was about
2,700 degrees F., the minimum about
250 degrees F., and the average during
a complete cycle about 950 degrees F,
These temperatures are those of gases
in tho cylinders and arc not those of
the cylinder walls. There is a greater
difference between tho temperatures
of these two. As long as the water is
not boiling we know that the temper
ature of the wall is little, if any, high
er than 2G7 degrees F.
-it naturally loiiows that tho inner
and outer surfaces of the oil film
will be exposed to quite different con
ditions. The inner surface is exposed
to the high temperature of combustion
and without doubt is very greatly da
maged thereby. Theoutcr surface is
exposed only to the comparatively low
temperature of the cylinder walls, and
with a film of any appreciable thick'
ness would be protected from the heat
due to low conductivity of this film
'We can consider the film as consist
ing of two layers, the function of one
of these being to furnish the lubricat-
tion and of the other being to with
stand the destructive action of heat
and to protect his lubricating layer.
It is well known that an exceedingly
thin layer will furnish lubrication, and
iti is probable that the greater part of
the thickness of the film is used up in
giving tho requisite protective action
from the heat. At any rate, the part
that we must look to for lubrication is
that part having the lowest tempera
ture, which is the very thin layer next
to the cylinder walls.
"lubricating on uoes not hum very
easily or very fast, however, and time
given for it to burn in n motor cylinder
is very short. Under tho intense heat
however, the inner surface of the oil
film will be vigorously affected
"borne oils lrom a thick, viscous,
gummy deposit, which retains the car
bon formed on its surface and prevents
it from being blown out through the
exhaust. This gummy deposit grad
ually gets thicker and harder, event-
tually forming the hard carbon deposit
so well known in cylinders.
"Oils made from asphalt base crud
es have shown themselves to bo much
better adapted to motor cylinders, as
far as their carbon-forming proclivi
ties arc concerned, than are the paraf-finc-basc
Pennsylvania oils. The car
bon formed from tho latter is, as a
L "Johnsoh Hall
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY' OF COOS
C. R. Wado, I'laintiir, va "
A .J. Iiarre, as administrator of the
Estnto of R. P. Ilcmpcl, deceased; G.
T. Treadj;olil, and Ellen Hempel, wid
ow of R. P. Ilcmpcl, Defendants.
To Ellen IlempeL widow of R. P.
Hempel, one of tho ahovo named de
In the name of the statu of Oregon
rule, extremely hard and clings to the J'ou a hereby required to appear arTd
metal surface while thnt from tho answer tho complaint Hied asalnst
former is soft and can easily ho wipetl
oir any surface that it Is deposited on
This would ho expected from a con
sltleration of the nature of tho nature
of the hydiocarhons composing the
oil, and It has also hecn demonstrated
"The explanation lies in tho fact
that the purraffiiic-lmso oils arc genu
you in the above entitled suit within
six weeks from the date of first pub
lication of this summons: to-wit with
in six weeks of tho 24th tlay of Aug
ust, l'.)15 and if ; on fail so to appear
and answer on or Leforo the Cth tlay
of October, 11)15 tiiut hcing the lost
tlay of timu piTi.rihetl in tho order
for tho nuhllcuion hereof, plalntlir
ant to an order of the Hon. Jnmea
Watson, County Judgo of Coos County,
Oregon, made at his ofilco in Coquille,
Coos' County, Oregon on the 21st day
of August, 1915, on motion and affida
vit mado by plaintiff, and filed in tho
above entitled cause.
Dated at Bandon, Ore. Aug. 24th, 1915.
7t. C. R. WADE, Plaintiff in person.
ally compound of tint jmraffino series will apply to the court for tho relief i
of hydrocarbons, while the asphalt- pniyi'd for in tho cnmpiuint, a suBclnct
huso oils am composed mainly of the Htatcmoiit of winch Is: n Judgement
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