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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1912)
THIS 1IHNII HVLMOTM, WCNDWKIWKKDAY, JUNK 2fl, 1012.
REAL COST OF A
The More Spent For Education
Hie Less For Police.
'OH UPOEOMFPS TREATISE.
Qsvtrnmtnt Rspsrt In Rsetntly Itsutd
i Psmphlst TIU f the Work Minn.
apella, Ocranton, Jehnitswn, Joplln
t and Teptks Lssd,
Compare tho coat of n clty'a police
. force with tho coat of Ha school system
nml you have one Indication of that
municipality's Interest In education, ac-
' cording to Dr. Ilnrlun Updegraff. Dr.
Updegraff la a specialist In school ad-
ministration of lb United States bu
reau of education, .which liaa Juat pub
lished for free distribution mono-
' cmpti containing tlio results of hla In
, In discussing lita monograph Dr. Up
degraff said Hint every American city
spends more inuiiojr on lla schools than
i on Ita polio. "Hut tha value of tlila
comarton,M lie said, "come In finding
how much more the public schools get.
It la nn Interesting nnj possibly n stg
I nlflcniit fact Hint the larger tin? propop
J tlon of total municipal revenue gtvou
3 ' to one of tlime branches of cltjr gov
ernment the smaller the proportion re-
col red by the other. This rale la prne.
tlcally Invariable In nil the cities Inves-
titrated. A unit). It haa been found Hint
the ininller the city l tho larger la the
rrojMirtloii of Ita Income spent on
"This Investigation embraced 103 of
tbo 1RI American cltlri which the cm.
aua of 1010 allowed to have n papula
4 tlon of 30,(XX or more. We divided the
lUt Into four Kroujrt. In the drat
, croup, which consisted of thirteen elt
laa with a population of 300,000 or
acnoobciuMiiutx cm a hoof ruTonouao
m nw tub.
more, wo found thnt the general prac
i llco wna to aend nbottt 2d per cent of
the total revenue on the public achooli,
or fi.l'J for every dollnr apent on the
' police force. MlntienpolU mndo the
(est showing, giving Ita achoola 37 per
cent of Ita entlru Income, or four and
oniwpjarter tltuca na uiucli oa It apent
on Ita pollcp.
The aeconil group of cities, which
Include" twenty communities with n
, opulallon of 100,000 to 300.000, cen.
orally shaking, dcrotcd a little mow
thnn one-third of their Income lo edit-
cation, or tlirro lime oi much na they
gave their police Here Bcrnnton did
tho Ust by Ita achoola, with expendl-
' turca for them amounting to practical.
ly half of all Ita Income, whereaa Ita
, tollce forco got only one-sixth that
"Going still further to the third
grou, comprising forty-two cities having-
n population of fiO.000 to innooo.
wo found thnt they are 'pending
about 30.5 per cent of all the rvcelpt
on education, or three nnd two-flfths
time the police npproprlallona. Johns
(Own, Pa., take tlrst prize, atandtnic
about where Bcrnnton doe lu tho list
Finally twenty-eight cltlea dnveitl
anted which hnve a population of 80.-
000 to GO.000 lay out practically as per
cent of their nionoy on achoola. Thla
I four and one-third time oa much a
tbo guardians of tho peace receive.
Here Topekn, Kan., and Joplln, Mo.,
aro tied for flrat place, each with a
showing of an even 03 per cent bf all
revenues to educate tbetr children.
Thla was 4.0 times na much aa Joplln
gavu Its police and more than eight
time as much a Topeka devoted to
the same purpose,"
Dr. UpdetprafTa bulletin, which la en.
titled "A Htudy of Kxpenses of City
School Systems." waa prepared to pro
vide those charted with tbo adtulnis
trntlou of public schools In tho largest
cltlea of the United State tho mehns
of mating eac comparison of cost
between any two or nibro cities.
Oosan City Brlghtsnsd.
All the streets, alleys and yards of
Ocean City, N. J., look aa bright and
clean aan new pin now, the people hay
log made a concerted resonse to May
t " or Ileadley'a proclamation designating
cleanup day, Karly In the morning
tbo city' street laborers wero at work
rlvlug extra ntteutlon to the lots and
lley under the direction of the of3-
clnl. Tho school cbltdreu, who were
given a halt holiday, did effective
ifork, ! !
Army Pest te is' Used Pari.
Arsenal park has" just been r4-lea&
for a Ore year term to the city of IMtU
burgh by the United States govern.
' wtut The site was a military post'
fit noarly half a century. It covers a
, tract of about thirty acre and Is leas-
, .4 to the clty-ara'aotalnarronUrof-fB
TRUTH ABOUT DrtY FARMINa
It U n trait Of hililittil mltufo rntNr
tliiin of folk who Urn In it purik'tilar
section of the cuuutry to pnlnt In
glowing term the wlvuniiigr nml lo
liiluliiilio or any nothing of flu illnil.
viintiiKe of thu thltiK or tbliiu they
inuy hnvo fur snip, rnrtlculurly lathis
true of (hone acllliiK Innd. nnd It holds
of bmiiiiera who aro trylntt lo IIkwo
of farms In tho dry eniimry n truly an
of tlioHo In (he aqtith who try to pnliu
off as nprlculturul lund nlllKUtor
swamps and tnoxtpillo and mnlnrlit
tnuchvM. In tho face of this typo of nils
roproauiitatlon It la rufreshlnj; to noto
Uio rolloivlng paragraph, which Is from
tho literature published by tho atatv
board of luitnlitrntlon of Colorado. The
facta net forth aro truo nut only of Col
orndo, but of practically all of Ihe vnt
arid nnd somlartd territory wet of ths
two hundredth meridian!
"Dry land farming I n rontlntinl
fight against rcluntlrs, unfavorable
conditions. Mum depend upon tho
Hooflnu; of nil kinds. Itvimlrlntf
Jl u nt finirnt I
. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornla-n and Ukylltditii.
New York Un
Umpire State Surety Hum!
J. A. EASTES
Oregon St., Bend, On.'Kn.
R. P. DEYARMOND i
Machine Shop and
Wo know how to do nil
kinds of Mnchlno Work.
TRY US AND SEE.
VALVAUMt INFORMATION VKKIt
If you lisrt pa luvtullon or any
patent miller, will luiratilUWIy to
W. W WMKIIIT, rrxlilficil attcinty
Loan ATtuU llWjc. Whlutoii,I, C
n and Pool
Finn an 1 Popular Lino of
sss esi "-
mnii-hls conrage, hfs 'knowledge; his
Judgment and' hl'eriltem-e. I'liys
leal treiiglh of both men and wolnen
Is a Inrgo fnctor In thla utruggle. With
the beat seed nnd methods of tillage,
there will bo some years of total full
tire and many other or short crop.
It I safest to lay pinna thnt will fur.
tilab n living with nn avorngo of two
failure each five yrnrs. There hnvo
been three consecullvn year or no
rroM, followed by n many year of
good crop. Condition nro much moro
fnrornlito thnn they wero twenty or
even ten yonr ago. Thero tin Iwn no
Inrrenso lu tho rnlnfnll, but tho nl.etb
od of storing nnd holding molsturo lu
tbo soil are tatter understood. Todny
thero arq dry Innd plant that will pro.
dure crops with limited rainfall, and
seeds of these crops Hint hnve been se
lected and bred under arid conditions
are the tst for use."
A NEW DAIRY QUEEN.
A flre-yesr-old Ilolxteln row named
DanoNtlne Itelle Do ICol.owm-d by Dim
uilck I Iron, of Ohio, bn lately broken
all records fur prwliiclliin of butter
fat Her best record for milk fur
eeren day was IT'J ikjiiikIx, which
produced '.'1 W (xmiikIk of butter fat,
or the equivalent of thirty Kiuid bf
comnierelnl butler. Her milk output
comnierelnl butler. Her mil
...... ly ' ... . .. I . f -
ACROSS THE RIVER
Bend's Most Desirable :
Close-Iri " r "
"1 $f , and remember that' wej told you to buy in
Oregon Land & Immigration
wfilell yielded iilnety-nlnit (Milind of
butter fat, while her milk record for
the year wn 27.(01 piimiIh, which
tested M and yielded I.UV4 tiound
of bultiir fat. wlildi would tnnke XS
pounds of butter. TIiIh, iin will he
aiHMi, Is an average' of over three and
oneliftlf pounds er day for nm day.
Ilnnoxtlnu Hulle Do KoI'm ration con
stated of ensllnge nnd nlfnlfu, rmitH,
dried b't pulp, green corn, green
clover and other green food nvnllnMe
and a grain ration i-oMxIxtiiiir inrgnly
of bran and onts thnt varied from nine
to twenty-Hve iwiind Hr dny, depend
lug iilxjii tho niuoiiiil of inlllc pro
duced. THE nOQE OED.
It la doubtful ir any llmcrrs thnt
can be grown surpass I tie rwe faullly
lu variety of color or fragrance.
While thp rose garden mny i-ontnln
ninny other rnrletles, It Is not mm.
plolo without Hie following: Tens
Mamnn Coehet. Perlu dns Jnnlln,
Alareehnl Mel hybrid leiis-KnlMrln
AugijNta Victoria. Kllhirney and Caro
lino Testout: hybrid perpetuals-Amcr-lean
lleauty. I'rnu Kurl Druschkl. the
while American Itenuty. The plants
for starting thi bod nbould bo got
from a reliable florist, should bo set In
a bed of mixed clay and loam, well
fertilized; should bo watered frequent,.
Lots from $70 to $150
On Easy Terms.
Wa.ter and Sidewalks on the Property.
Kenwood is jitst across the river, tour blocks from the business center of town.
Netirly every lot commands n view of the town, river nnd mountains. Prices
of. lots from S70 to $1B0, easy terms, liberal discount for cash.
Don't le any knocker fool you into the belief that Bend is not destined to be a
city. There are old settlers in Spokane today who stood around and doubted
and knocked while the city grew up around them, and the newcomers invested
and grew wealthy. Bend will be the Spokane, of Central Oregon and Kenwood
its Cannon Hill, Buy now and watch values grow. If we cannot suit you in
somewhere else in Bend,
Cut out this advertisement
; -, Agents
ly and kept free from slug. Ifcw and
mlldow, road dust lielng good for ihe
first, tulNirro ten for the second and
powdered sulphur for the third pest.
They also should be kept well hoed
and freo from grasa and weed.
A LATE TEOT ADVISABLE.
How swd mm thnt show a nearly
perfect germination lest I lie latter pari
of January may lw drad when tested
In April Is nhel shown In an Incident
related to the writer by a friend the
other day. The batch of rorn referred
to showed a test of l per cent ihe lat
ter part of January. Op to that time It
hnd been dry, lelng stored In a vacant
house. larly lu February a warm wet
spell ensued, followed by severe cold
In this Interval the seed ears gathered
dampness. In April, without further
testing, this seed was sold as guaran
teed to grow on the basis of ihe Janu
ary test Itut It didn't grow, and the
farmer who sold It In good faltb had
a peek of trouble on bis hands. The
Incident mokes plain why corn should
be tested Just before It Is planted to
make assurance doubly sure.
HARROWINQ QROWINO GRAIN.
A dry belt farmer of whom we read
the other day Increased hi yield of
wheat nine bushel per acre last year
br giving jbg patch two Juirrowlng
but don't buy until you have seen
and in three years .from now look at it.
nftcr twd light rnln for the purposo
of making a dust mutch and conserv
ing the-limited h mount )f molsturo
thero was lu the soil. The farmer In
the humid sections mny often Increase
hi ylold of small grain almost as
tiuch by doing the same thing follow
ing heavy rain thnt park the earth
so thnt It forms a crust under succeed
ing dry w en Hut If Ihe dragging I
(Hine In the nflernoon of bright day
the rrentuient mny ! given after tho
grain Is right or ten Inches' high with
out doing It mifii injury- The drag
ging brenks the crust nnd allows the
oil to "breathe,"
XKW ('H(M)K COUNTV MAI'S.
The Hullctln hns received a num
ber of tho new Crook county whfto
print maim, made by tho J. II. Hancr
Abstract Co. of I'rlnevllle, showing
all roads, rivers, Irrigated land',
towna, townships and section line.
Tho maps aro bigger and moro com
prehensive than any othcii nnd aro
carciuuy pnnicu on nonvy wmie pa
per. They retail at l.oq eocht pos
U age, 10 cents,
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