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TUB ItKNI) IlUM.KTJft.nKXlt, V KINI,HIAY, JUNK 18, mill.
CROP IS LARGER
TO TEST WEIGHTS AND
Mate's Unity Products hi IfM
Kcs o f tjttn.oun.ooo, Kxccml
Idr nil Knrm Crop Van
(Special to The Bulletin)
SALEM, Ore, Juno 16. More
than 3000 Automobiles have Already
been registered this year In excess of
the- number registered nt tho same
period last year. The total reglstrn
tlon of motor vehicles at this time
numbers 11.500. While a year ago
tho registration was 8,411. UurliiK
tho first live months of this year 11,-
04 S motor vehicles were registered
and 933 chauffeurs. During this
time the registration fees received by
tho automobile department of tho
secretary of state's olllce amounted
to $44,1SS, of which $1,SCG was for
chauffeurs licenses, $450.50 for
transfers, dupUcato number plates,
etc. and $41,841.50 for motor ve
State Treasurer Ray has called at
tention to the provision of tho law
enacted by the last legislature put
ting Into operation tho law providing
for the Inspection o fwelghts and
measures which requires the various
county courts to appoint deputy
sealers of weights and measures. Ho
says those deputies will be employed
only one or two months in the year
when they will cooperate with the
sUto sealer of weights and measures
intestine the weights and measures
in their county. The Instruments of
tho state have been sent to Washing
ton, D. C, to be tested. The coun
ties must provide instruments for the
use of the local deputy scalers.
That the dairy products produced
In Oregon during 1912 were in ex
cess of $19,000,000, Is the statement
contained in the May bulletin of
Dairy and Pood Commissioner J. D.
Mlckel, now being Issued. He says
no other farm crop last year except
live stock amounted to more than
After serving nine years as first
assistant attorney general, I. If. Van
Winkle has tendered his resignation
to Attorney General Crawford, to be
come effective July 1. Ho will en
gage In the practice of law In Salem.
It Is probable that the Attorney
General will appoint nls son James
Crawford, who is now studying law
at Harvard, as Van Winkle's successor.
HolUmny & llnltlwhi Will Uso 1H
Tractor for I'limlttK lnud.
Hauling four wngons londcd with
freight, t big cntorpi:inr engine be
longing to Hollo wny ft llaldwln left
hero Monday for Hnrnoy county. It
will be used by the owuurs to break
land for themselves and others In
that part of tho state. Among tho
freight taken out was n gang plow
of 12 plows, disc plow and other Im
proved farming mnchluery. Seven
drums of distillate to hoMisoil as fuel
for tho engine was Included In tho
load also. A full carload of this wan
brought In, tho rest being left hero
to bo taken out by freighters.
"Wo have 1000 acres of land of
our own," snld Mr. llaldwln "which
we wilt begin plowing at once, nnd
we have contract to plow 5000 acres
in nil. e will run night nnd day,
turning front 50 to 60 acres every
Theso nowcomers arrived last
week from Portland and will do
farming on a big scale In. tho rich
Harney country near Hums. They
went out In their own car.
exactly tilted tin- place of mi old part
ami tit a Irttllntr cost.
In order to nceompllsh his purpose
nnd curry out his contract, whose exe
cution was much prolotuu'd. Whitney
wits obliged to Invent new tools nnd
machines nt every step, none of which
was patented. Ily ilnlint no he not only
Ktvntly Improved the llnlslt itiill neeiiru
cy of hi irmiH Hhd the speed of their
mnnufneture. but ko Impressed the val
ue of the bleu of stniidurdlsiitlon upon
the minds or umiiurueturers Mint It was
presently itpplled In other trade nnd
Iiiik buiir mIihv beeome the rule In uuiU'
STANDARDIZATION OF "PARTS.
CI. Whltnty's Schsmo Rtvolutlontisd
ths Manufacturing Business.
The cystrm of the stundurdlcntlon of
pnrtx. no iv so universal, originated with
Kit VWiltney. the Inventor of the cot
ton gin. when he undertook to tnnkv
musket. The government gave htm n
contract In 1703 for 10.000 stands of
nrms. although he had no "plant" fur
their manufacture. He built n small
factory In New Haven. Conn., and be
gnu work, but found a great obstacle
In the dltllculty of getting good Work
men. eeclally those vniuible of acting
as foremen under hi imvcl methods.
His plan, uk Is pointed out by George
tics In a receuforUlunl study of Wlilt
ncy's achievements, was to make of
hbr factory a single huge machine'. In
an armory before Whitney's day each
man. highly skilled, produced by him
self n distinct port of a muskeL This
division of labor Whitney supptsntcd
by so apportioning work that little or
no skill was demanded. He separated
the various tasks anil nt each of tbirne
operations kept n group busy, for
their assistance be simplified each op
eration and Introduced three aids since
IndUiMMixnble In nhinufucture drilling
by templets or pattern, tiling by Jigs
or guide and milling irregular forms.
I'rotu first to Iflxt n model musket
was copied with precision so that ev
ery lock.-for example, was exactly like
every other among thousands. When
all the parts needed to form a weapon
were assembled they united much su
perior to a musket formed on any oth
er r!5-- JPJ&8R. oLrepalr n new part
TALES dF cats; - '
8torUt That Corns From th Hlitorlo
Towtr of London.
Two stories of the Intelligence mid
lyiiipulhy of our rellne friend wen
told tue during one of my iiiiiiiemii
tit-Its to the Tower of Loudon while I
wus living lu Kugluud,
Kottthiuuptou win- ii prisoner In the
Tower with tlie Carl of Ki-xex during
fclliuiMh's reign. In some Htniuge way
or tiy Home uiircvoguhtcd furiilty a fa
vorite cut of bin found hi iiIhkIc and
Ulldeuly nipMired to hltii. baring iiuide
mi entrance down the chimney. After
til relenne iiy J nine 1.. Southampton
hud hi picture puliiii-d with hi faith,
rut rrtcml ut ht- Hide. The rtnilt. I
believe, cuu today be hcvu ut Wllbeek
The other Inle Is of Sir Henry Wynlt,
who wax committed to the Tower dur
ing the reign of ltlchnrd III and Miir
fere uiucli fmm want of clothing nnd
food He would Imve perNheil If a eat
bud not come dowu Into hlx room mid
warmed lilm by lying on hi breast
and saved lilm from starvation by
bringing htm nu occasional pigeon
rnught on the lead. Although iiie
kerMr was under onion uot to list
prove his food, he agreed to cook any
thing which Sir Henry provided, and
the plnvons which the cat brought
saved Ills life. He nlxd lnld' it till-lur-'
painted showing the cut offering a pig
eon through the bars of his ccIL-Uur
painted on the walls fur wyiuiut'try
hldeoiis things. Not only were glnel
windows tnxtil. hut imy hole in tho
wall was Included, Indeed. In the eurlv
dnyrt only very rich pr'oplo In Kngland
hud glass windows, nnd so prccliiti
wore these that they were curried from
ono liotife to another when people
moved their iiiarters.
Curious dodge were practiced to es
cape the tux, hiicIi us exteiullug one
window iuro two Iioiimh or iiiiiklng n
very wide division between two puiic-t
of glass. Tho Ion to the iintlon must
linve been n luindredfolil the icvmiiic
collected from this bud tax. Ilostun
U era Id.
Ths Word '3t,,
What I) the fnvorllc word of the
I.iikIInu InngtiugoJ The (leriuaiiH have
their "selling" mid "sag." which cover
uiitny meiihlugx. Hut we beat them In
the one wnnl not "post" which you
might suspect of the supremacy of am-
blgulty Init 'Vet." One always thought
that "Hxt" was the wnnl that meant
all things and nothing. The puimtet
should watcli Hie word "set." which
tins nchlcvcd hourly seventy columns In
tue new i.ngiixii tiictiounry It I a
small won), but Its inclining are al
most uullmltciL You should set tc
work on the word, which yon line every
day lu n hundred scnc. And It would
lie a pleasant, Hipular gnitie to set
down the number of wnys In which
you have lined that wonl during the
day. "Set to partners" you might cull
IL London CImmlclo.
Thsy Wtro Common In England Whin
Rial Ones Wsro Yaxtd.
The window tax In England, a very
old tax commencing In the reign of
William III., wus not discontinued tin
til Inl Halifax changed It to the
bouse duty In 1831.
It must hare caused a great amount
of consumption, nuavmlii and other foul
ulr maladies, for In iK there Were
only an average of six windows In
English house. Indeed, the Hrltlxh
architects are not yet free from the bua
Influence or this tnx.
In very many old house In England
tpdny Jhcrp.iuay U- scviMuock tvUnto wh
Oh. tell me. does the netting sun e'r
fool n fluking pain? Why Is (Inform n
Tulcd One"i a wentlien-ock ho vane?
Do stars niiitre a gun to shoot? Wlmt
makes n bucket pall? What tailor
makes tho chimney's soot? Who writes
the cornel's tall?
And why tire dogs so lovable, how
ever much they whine? Pray tell me.
Mr. Editor, what makes the (1r tree
Is n vexxel's hind part stem?
V ho sings an old hen s lay? I'lcace tell
me. for I'd like to know, who wears
tho close of ilny? Iind'on Answers.
What's In a Nam.
"Hut nnw that thexe sisters are mar
ried, a hocIsI gulf imparates them hope
"Yen One of them married a "me
chnnlc and tbv other n mechanician."
"Do yon ttdnk Uxrur pronoswl to roe
merely oh account of my money?" ' '
"Well, my dear, you know he mnt
have had some reuou.M Fllecctide
UNTIL JULY I5TH
Suits range in price from
$10 to $25
Many to choose from.
This is an exceptional op
portunity to get exactly
what you want, by com
A. L. FRENCH
CURIOUS CUSTOMS IN INDIA.
There l nothing so powerful as troth
nnd often nothing so strange. Webster.
REAL ESTSTE TRANSFERS
Deed That Have Keen Filed For
Itccord nt I'rlncville.
(Special to The Uullotln.)
PRINEVILLE, June 1G. Among
the deeds filed for record are the fol
lowing: t'aul E. Peterson to H. P. Smith.
It 10, blk IS, Center add., Iiend.
I. It. Knotta to B, Ferrcll SWi
NE 5-18-13. 11.
J. E. Sawhlll to Deschutes Banking
& Trust Co., Its 4 to 9 inc. M.-W.
Acre Tracts. $1.
John Steldl to Augusta E. Este-
benet, It 7, blk 10. Bend. 110.
Bend Park Co. to John Lodell, It
7. blk 11C. 1st Add Bend Park. $160.
La Pine Townslte Co. to Jos. De
.Lay. It 8, blk 3, 1st add L aPlne.
Bend Park Co. to Carl Aspman,
Its 1-3, blk 100, 1st add Bend Park.
Thos. A. Thompson to David
Stromburg, It 10, blk 19, Deschutes
add, Bend. $1,
Dale Jones to Chas. R. Currle, S',-4
SEU, XEV4 SEU, SEU NEU 24-14-18.
State or Oregon to Jas. T. Bow-
berry, It 2 or 1-18-12.
Frank Elklna, sheriff,
Wilcox, 8WU 20-10-11.
J. A. Wilcox to C. S
SW4 20-16-11. $1.
Frank A. Wonderllch
Kline. Its 1-2, E NWH 7-15-11.
J. M. Crenshaw to Ivy M. Fry, Its
9-10, blk 33, Redmond. WOO.
Henry Llnster to H. R. Hawkins,
EM Its 9-10-11, blk 3, Aubrey
A. A. Burrls to City of Bond right
of wny for sewer aoross 8EU NV
8. J. Spencer to A. L. Wilcox, SV4
8WU 8-18-14. $1.
Geo. Mllllcan to Alworth-Wash-burn
Co., E4 3C-1C-10. $1.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to Wn,
Ledtke, It 3, blk 11, Kenwood. $1.
Tho Bend Co. to Archie Pattle, It
C, blk 18, Center Add., Bend. $1.
Bend View Co. to W. J. Shannon,
It 2, blk 1, Bend View. $0.
E, M. Spencer to C. J. Hammer,
Its 3-21. blk 44, Hillman. $10.
The Bend Co. to Bend Park Co.,
It 2, blk 56, Center Add., Bend. $1.
to J. A.
to B. C.
Bend's Best Barber Shop, as well
as the oldest, is Jnnes & Davidson's,
on Oregon street Adjc.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME IN
JUST ACROSS THE RIVER
WIT WlVOOT ,s on'y 10 m'n wn rom
rkCll W JJM the business center of Bend
KENWOOD ist!:e best. v;ew7ert3;
t w rr on tj,e mnrket nnd is bound
to be the most valuable residence property in Bend
KENWOOD Z tH' wuter nndV
KENWOOD prices untl tenns "ve lhe
icih vv jjip best offcred in jjend
Buy ii lot in Kenwood; we will make the terms to
suit you. The money you are paying for rent now
will in a very short time make you the owner of a
HOME OF YOUR OWN.
(Jregon Land & Immigration Co.
Dancing Olrls Arc MarrUd to
Parrots nrv taiinht In India to spend
a large portion or their time lu rfn-n.
Inc the nanus of r"K nnd such a
IHikesmaii brines u trott prlct-, ft
clnlly timoiiR biisliiitui men. who tin-scln-
that by owutnit mich a Mirnt
their ilrltiml trciiKiircs nro mcciiiiiu.
lutlnir while they utteitd to ttivlr uniiiil
Many of the dnnclnc elrls In India
Ih'IoiicIiik in thu leiuples ure cnlli-d the
wives or the Kixli. At nil early UKe
iney are iiniit-ii in wi-uii-ck to tur sin-
Ki's worshlxil In the tcinpli-s. Thl
straina iiinlrliiioiiliit ronnwtlon I
formed lu (iiiiiplliiiK-t- with the wUht-
or the (Hiri-nt. wlm ImII-v- It to W
a htuhly iiiiTltorliiiis net In priwiil a
lirniitiriil diiiiKhtur lu iiiitrrtiiKv to a
The only forrlener who ever snw Hit-Inxldi-
of thu grt-Ht Ti'inple of .liiijut-r
mint whs nu Kin-Hub ottlcer, who -iic
rct-tli-il In mtlnliii? mlinlcni by Htlnt
Ine iiimI drtiui: lilin-iir llkt- a iwilvi.
Win-it the Hriiluiilii" illmuvenil that
their holy pluci- had Im-vii thus dcilli-tl
they ht-viiiut- fit fiiriiuiil Unit nil thf
Kuulldi n-lilliiir nt the sinllun wen-obllct-il
to ilii- fur ilitlr llvi-s,
HuniK-ctltiK their pursuers to In- mnrr
desirous or Kirilf.vliiK thflr nvnrlce
llinti their reveiiut-. tliiM Ktrj-wtil ullvtr
money by the way, mid while the nu
tlves htoppcil to pick up they Kiiliu-d
time mid ruccHiliil In reticliliic a plucv
or surety, Philadelphia luuiilrvr.
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A -Pr -n
J. Ryan, Age,nt..
DJd You Ever Wosh Clothes
in the olJ fashioned way with
wooden wash .lis?
Perhaps that ii Kill your method
and you look forward to each wah
day w.t'i delight. Well, hardly !
A ct of ",?tnmfnr.r. laundry
trays would mean an orderly laun
dry, one of more inviting appear
and and qasirr laundering and your
wiiifnciion would not be Icurrwd
hy the ttich clan wotkmanthtp
which characterizes the work wc do.
J. J. RYAN
Plumbing and Hcntlnp;
The Best Buy in
80 ACRS, ALL FENCED
Good House, Barn, Tank;
about 15 acres ready for
crop. Seven and one-half
miles east of Bend on Bear
Creek road, and one-fourth
mile from school. Improve
ments easily worth $1200.
C. 0. 1. Co. got $2457 for
this land. All for
AWress Owner, care of TE
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