Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, October 26, 1916, Image 4

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4* t h e r e ig n of g o o d j u d g m e n t a f t e r
4* p u b lic d is c u a s i o n .
In t h e lon g
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Monmouth, O re . “ A c a r t
r* J -J. a f t e r v i c t o r y h a s bee n w o n o v e r
s is ot t h e s i t u a t i o n w ill convw.i
a n y J , t y r a n n y a n d fo rc e . W e h a v e a
one th a t O regon
n e e d s a N o r m a l ^ .j. f reo p r e s s , w e h a v e a f r e e f o r m
S c h o o l in E a s t e r n O re g o n a
a . s o .j. 0f p u b lic d is c u s s i o n , to t h o e n d
o n e In Southern Oregon.
h H. + that there may be a g e n e r a l u n -
Ackerman, P r e s i d e n t of t h o S t a t e N o r- + d e r 8 t a n d i n g of o u r a c t i v i t i e s a n d
m a l S. hool a t M o n m o u th .
" I t is a + a f le n e ra l a p p r e c i a t i o n of w h a t is
w e l l - e s t a b l i s h e d f a c t t h a t a c e n t r a l l y + neCe s s a r y t o t h e i m p r o v e m e n t o f
k x -a te d N o r m a l S c h o o l c a n n o t s u p p l y + o u r c o n d i t i c n s . W o m a y d is a 3 P e e
t h e n e e d s o f t h e e n t i r e st:i
The
4» a b o u t t h i s m e a s u r e o r t h a t , b u t
need of u Normal School in E aatefn
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Oregon is readily proved L the most
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cur: ory investigation of the list of o u r j
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students aud the list of our g raduate
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ten I era. The estim ated population .
4* t h a t is t h a t t h e r e s h a ll bo no
pf our s tate in 1914 was 795,587. T a k e
4* a c t i o n o n t h e p a r t of o u r e l e c te d
for example the eight W estern Oregon
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Lane, Linn, Marion, Folk and Yamhill i
Counties. T heir population for 1914 4* m u s t k n o w w h a t t h e f a c t s a r e
was L14,COS, or less than 27 por ce nt 4* a n d w h a t j u s t i c e r e q u i r e s . ”— Mr.
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
more especially than in
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Our large stock is in every instance the best that can be had
a n d our aim w ill be to keep the high standard up.
Builders’ Hardware,
Tools
Shelf End Heavy Hardware
o f the total population of the state, !
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y e t 50 per cent of the graduates from *** ,anc*' Maine,
Stoves Ranges, Farm and
our Normal School for the past five *•*
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years are teachin g school in some
of those eight W estern Oregon coun­
ties. There a re 35 counties in the
utute, yet eight of these counties a re 4* 4* 4- 4- 4- 4* 4* 4* 4- 4* 4- 4* 4* 4* -I- 4* 4* 4*
getting half of the benefit of the 4*
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teachers for which all of the counties 4* P U B L I C O F F I C E R S H O U L D
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S T A N D L I K E A R O C K . 4-
pay the taxes.
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H ere is the list. During the p ast 4*
“ G o v e r n m e n t u n d e r p r e s s u r e 4*
five years we have supplied the fol­ 4*
lowing grad u ates as teachers to these 4* is n o t A m e r i c a n g o v e r n m e n t . 4*
counties:
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Clatsop, 18; Clackamas, 20; Ben­ 4* a n y p u b lic officer he o u g h t t o 4*
ton, 26; Lane. 3(5; Linn. 28; Marion, 4* s t a n d like a ro c k a n d s a y : ‘H e r o 4*
28; P olk, 25; and Yamhill, 20.
In 4* I s t a n d u n til wo s u b s t i t u t e r e a - 4*
other words, 203 of our 407 teachers 4* s o n f o r fo rc e . It is n o t a n A m e r i - 4*
w h o have secured places In the public 4* c a n d o c t r i n e to l e g is la te f irs t ar.d 4*
s c h o o ls 4n Oregon during the p a s t five 4- i n v e s t i g a t e a f t e r w a r d . ’ *’ — M r. 4*
years, have gone to these eight Wil­ 4* H u g h e s in H i s S p e e c h a t P o r t - 4*
l a m e t t e Valley counties.
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Now take eight typical E as te rn O re­ 4* 4- 4- 4* 4* 4- 4- 4- 4- 4* 4* 4* 4- 4* 4* 4* 4- 4*
gon counties and s. e If they have se­
cured their proper share of te a c h e rs ■
will» Normal training. During the past
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five years we l i n e supplied N orm al
g raduates as follows to these E a s te r n i t
Oregon eoimth s:
Baker, 9; Grant, 1; H arney, 4; Mal­
heur. 2; Morrow. 4; Um atilla, 10;
Wallowa. 7; uod Wheeler, 2.
The eight W illam ette Valley comi­
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ties had 203 Normal te a c h e rs i
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against 39 Normal teac h ers to r the
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p e r cent.
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Garden Tools
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everything usually kept in a first-clasp hard ware store, and
all goods are of the best quulity.
lex McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
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HEN a gentleman gets acquainted through and
through with W-B CUT Chew ing, he finds that the
common sense of it helps him across a feature of ordi­
nary tobacco he never did like. The shreds o f tobacco
give up the tobacco satisfaction without so much grinding
and spitting—the salt helps bring out the good tobacco
taste—and because it’s rich tobacco, a small chew lasts
and satisfies.
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It All D e p e n d s.
“ If Hughes wins nu Oregon town
will get a new shingle mill employing
fifty men," says th e Olympia Recorder,
“nceordhig t « * an iinmnmceinent of the
Individual who too’; an option on tim ­
bered land. If Wilson wins t h e option
will he allowed to lapse. T h a t ’s the
wav with a thousand and one e n te r­
prises. all waiting to see which way
the wind blows. T he m om ent It Is as
simal th at flu irle là. H u g h e s Is elect
ed. Just watch th e wheels of Industry
spin and I M en to th e hum o f business."
On th * C o n tra ry .
“ Doesn't It require a g re a t vieni of
courage for a person to go up In an
aeroplane 7"
“ Not a b i t
It's the com ing down
t l ^ t really n spi a m an's nerve.” —St.
Louis Dost Dispatch.
Made ly WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPAffY, 50 Union Square, New York City
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FRANK TAYLOR,
AII Wav Points
^¡ifti and Comfortable
Notary Public
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Leave Cloverdale daily at
7:30 a. m., arriving at Tilla­
mook at 10 a. in —in time for
morning train to Portland.
Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m . « j F.
arriving at Cloverdale at 5 *
p. m.
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.1 M. TRAXLER. Prep 2
Cloverdale, Ore.
R. BEALS
REAL ESTATE
W rite for L iterature.
E xpensive.
"Is golf uu expensive gam e?”
"It must be. I h eard my h usband
telling a friend th e oth er day t h a t he
had to replace a b o u t eighteen pivots
ou the first nine holes."— D etroit Freo
Dress.
Gasolene
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OREGON
T he Evening T elegram , P ortland'* TILLAMOOK.
Heat daily paper, an d the Cloverdale j
C ourier, bo th paper* one vear for o u h
*3.50.
T ake th e old reliable W hite stage for
Cedar fence post* for sale.— K. ti. A n­ a com fortable, safe and sure trip to
Tillamook.
derson, Hem lock.
AND
Automobile
Accessories
VV. A. WILLIAMS
TILLAM O O K