Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, May 17, 1905, Image 4

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    Coquille Jerald.
L e tte r
fr o m
Elijah Smith.
S. O. Co President Rufutes Long­
standing Rumors W it h Cold
Elijah Smith in a letter to F. A.
D- r ■ DEAN,
Stewart, of the PortO rford Tribune,
answers a former artiole in that
County Official Paper. journal from the pen of J. H. Up­
D ev o ted to th e m aterial and sooial up­
b u ild in g o f the C oquille V alley partionlarly ton, wherein be rorrects a current
t 't d o f Ooo§ County gen erally.
dvanoe, 92.00 rumor of long standing, which has
rear, in adv
iu bsoription. per year,
bad such persistent circulation that
it has heretofore been accepted as
N ew
C o u rs e o f S tu d y .
the truth by many o f our people.
Salem, Or., May 3— Superintend- The epistle of the Southern Oregon
of Publio Instruction J. H, Acker­ Company's president follows:
man has prepared and submitted to 27 Broadway, New York, April 12,
the state board of education a re­
Mr. F. A. Stewart, Port Orford,
vised course of study for the pub­
lic schools of Oregon.
The course Oregon,— M y Dear Sir: My atten­
the board will consider at its meet­ tion has been called to the state­
ing on the first Monday in June. ment, or mis-statement, of J. H.
The new course, if adopted will go Upton, with respect to the Southern
into effect with the school year, be­ Oregon Company and my relations
ginning this fall, by which time to it, published in the Port Orford
copies can be printed and contrib­ Tribune, of a recent date.
It is in­
uted. The elimination o f unneces­ deed most astonishing that people
sary work in arithmetic, the consol­ will invent and set aflost such bald
idation of civil go.em inent with his lies, or become resjioneible for
tory, the restriction of grammar to statements, which are w/hout the
a two-book course uud the use of least shadow of truth, or nv foun­
the elementary history and Dole’s dation whatever, in fact.
“ Arneiieau Citizen” as reading books lies. Atrocious in their conception
in the fifth and sixth years, are the and evidently malicious in their in­
principal changes found in the new tent.
course as compared with that now
I am tempted to vary an estab­
in effect.
lished rule with respect to newspa­
Among the subjects entirely eli­ per items, and no matter what may
minated in the study of arithmetic have been the purpose or intent of
are troy weight, apothecaries’ liquid Mr. Upton, his false and unwarrant­
measure, the metric system, present ed statements should not be per­
worth, true discount, bank discount, mitted to remain uncontradicted or
exact interest, anualaud compound denied.
Neither the present Southern Ore­
interest, stocks and bonds, average
Company or the Oregon
of payments and all problems that gon
oome under these subjects. Sec­ Southern Improvement Company,
tions 7 and 8 of the mental are also which preceded it, were conceived,
eliminated. This does not mean organized or promoted by Elijah
that less time will be given to the Smith; he not only did not promote
study of arithmetic, but rather that either of those companies but never
the same length of time will be promoted any company in all bis
given to the subject, but it will be life, and is hardly entitled to either
concentrated upon those branches the credit or discredit, whichever
of the subject whicli the child is applies to such business, of being
likely to find of practical use An ‘ a promoter of some renown.”
Elijah '-mit,h became interested
other change iu the course, so far
U Mai Southern Oregon
ns arithmetic is concerned, is t no in th
joining of written aiul mental arith­ Impio'. ement Company sometimes
metic together by topics. Under the after it was organized by other
new course when a boy ¿is studying parties, when It required additional
addition of fractions in the written capital to prosecute the work for
arithmetic be will be studying the which it was created or to save the
same topic in the mental, and so on work already in progress from be­
through the two books. This is be­ ing stopped for lack of funds. Be­
lieved to be an economy of time and ing appealed to for assistance he
invested quite a large sum of money,
Probably more important than and did it, so far as be knows and
the change that has been made in believes, on exactly the same terms
arithmetic is that which has been and basis as did every other party
made in the study o f history. Here­ who become interested in the enter­
tofore civil government has studied prise. Although at the time the
as a separate subject. Now it will outlook was rather less promising
be studied in connection with his­ than at the start, and the day has
tory. Whenever any event in his. never dawned that would enable
tory relates to a sectoin of the Con­ him to get his money back with in­
stitution, that section is studied in terest, and this is equally true as to
connection with the portion of the all other stockholders.
I t is not true that the stock was
history which makes it of particular
sold to poor people, nor
were savings banks “ ransacked” ,
Several changes have been made
ami probably in uo single instance
in reading.
The lightening of
were they ever applied lo, or though!
in the
by parties who subscribed
year has been accompanied by
to the enterprise. Elijah Smith had
heavier work in rending, so that by
notbiug whatever to do with pur­
the end of the second year the
chase of tho land, or other property
primer and the first and second
acquired by the company. On ac­
readers are completed, whereas the
count of poor management on the
second readers work has heretofore
Coast and for other reasons, not
extended into the third year. In
unusal in similar cases, the business
the fifth year the elementary history
was unsuccessful and it became de­
will be taken up as a reader, and
sirable to foreclose the mortgage
Dole’s “ American Citizen" will be­
and change the bonds, which were
come a reader in the sixth year.
originally created, and which re­
All supplementary reading books
quired absolute interest payments,
have been cut out of the course,
which conld not be met, into stock
and tlioso will be used by the pupils
which could not demand interest or
only as library books. In no case will
divedondB unless they were earned.
the pupils be required to buy sup­
Every stockholder comes into the
plementary reading books. In the
reorganized company and on exact­
new course of study no books are
ly the same basis and terms, receiv­
mentioned except those that were
ing an equivalent iu the stock of the
adopted as textbooks by the Text
new company for their bonds in the
Book Commission. Therefore every
old company, and on the same rela­
book mentioned is to be purchased
tive basis; they are interested in the
by the pupils.
company today, and with a single
In language only tho two book i exception are the people who start­
course will heareafter be used, and ed with it, in the beginning, twenty
the work heretofore done iu the years ago, except in some cases of
third book will be made up by more death, where estates have succeed­
composition work.
ed to the ownership, ami one small
In geography only the coarse lot o f ten * ares formerly represent­
print matter and map questions will ing one bo 1 which has been sold
be studied. The fine print matter, No stockholder has bean squeezed
which is explanatory, will be read or bought out.
by the teseher. It is also recom­
The interest of Elijah Smith in
mended that in all schools employ, the present or-reorg*nired company
ing three teachers o r less only the is the same, or the equivalent of it,
elementary geography be
used that he held in the origiual com­
What Mr. Upton's object
Where three or more teachers are pany.
employed the two book course may j or purpose was for making such
be adopted upon an order of the niis-statements I can only surmise,
but it ie rare to find more, and ap.
lies in the
In spelling all of part 4 of the pnrentlv intentional
book, relating to synonyms, etc., is same small stiace than are comprised
Music and drawing in his published article, and I feel
are optional throughout the course. it to be my duty to myself and as­
No change has been made in the sociates to correct them and state
high school course.
T errill»* K nee W i lli Hentla.
an of the people in that section of Dairy Farm
for Sale,
the country, including yourself, be­
A fine dairy farm oonriiining 70
lieve I have been guilty of the
methods described which I have al­ ai'res of bottom land *23 in tes of bill
ways considered to he contemptible land, and adjoBLing the town of
and dishonest, and if true, would Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
justify Mr. Upton in asserting that and £ mile from creamery. Forty-
I was without “ conscience” al­ five acres of bottom laud improved
though from the charactei of bis and in good state of cultivation; 5
statements in connection with this acres slashed, burned and newly
matter, he has very little conception seeded; hill land is all good for pas­
of what a conscience is, and is him­ ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
self clearly not burdened with one eari bngcondilion aud different var­
ieties of fruit. House, bnrn and
or controlled by it.
j other buildings. W hile we have a
Yours truly,
number of other dairy farms for
E lijah S m it h .
sale, yet this is one of the best bar­
gains, as the location is all that
Church Directory-
could bi- desired, being mar town,
C h b is t ia n
C hubch . - - P i caching every school and creamery.
Tnis is cer-
Bandar at 11 a. ia. and 7:30 p. ra. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at I tainly a bargain for some progres­
6:80 p. m . Prayer m eeting every Wedn 98-
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
day evening at 7:30. A ll cord ially invited.
Every farmer raises some fruit. All could . raise f
more and better fruit and make more money from I
it if they read a first-class fruit paper like
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M A N U FA C TU R E R S of Butter Boxes, Cuhbs, Apple and Fru it Boxes
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Turning W ork a Specialty.
A ll Orders given
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For Sale.
Salary *75.00 per month. $3 00 per
One 6 horse power steam engine; one day for oxpensns.
Kuhltnan C o.
600 gallon cheese vat; one cu.-d sink;
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quille Co’s mine at Riverton, is now
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qnille Furniture and Box Factory-
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abr ve are about as good as new, but
will be sold very cheap.
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fc*. M. NOSLKlt, Agent,
UoiiKSTS <fc O a RTKR,
Kpisoopal Charoh.— Episcopal services
Coqnille, Oregon.
w ill be held at St. James oharoh, Coqnille
Myrtle Poiut Oregon.
C ity the third Sanday in eaoh month.
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W m . H orsefall, Pastor. ;
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H . *f. Branham, pastor.
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