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HILLSBORO. WASHINGTON" OOVNTV. OHEGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1007.
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J it ii i a rati 11 s 11 i 11 II i
IRVING BATH, Pcbusher.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
OSt DOLLAR PER YEAR IM ADVANCE
Republican in Politics.
iovKBTiiiMo Katss: Lilay, eo emu
an inch, single culumn, for four Inser
tions; reading notices, on cnt a word
ich Insertion (nothing less than 15
ceots) ; professional carls, one inch, f 1
a uionih ; Uxlg card. 15 a rear, paya
ble quarterly, (notices and resolution
tree to advertising lodges).
WRITE TO SOME Of THEM.
T. B. Wilcoa ef the Oregen Develop
ment League Says Peeele Are
Coming by Thousands.
E. B. TONGUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office: Rooms 3. 4 and I. Morgan Blk
W. N. BARRETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office: Central Block. Rooms S and 7.
Office, in Union Blk.. with 8. B. liuton
THOS. H. TONGUE JR.
Rooms i, 4 and 5. Morgan BlocB
t. T. LINKLATER. M. B. C M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office. UDSUirt. over The DelU Drug
8tore. Office hours to 12 ; 1 to 6, and
In the evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.
J. P. TAMIESIE, M. D.
8. P. R- R. SURGEON
tl.aeeeonr Tblrd and
lirsovr 0lialnis Mort. tx.mtm,
rVoVlted.io. AUcit promj.ui aus
vara dar or autbk
F. A. BAILEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Morgan-Bailey block, an
.talrs. rooms 12. IS and IS.
8. w. cor. Base Line and Second eta.
r. J. BAILEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Morgan-Bailey block up
stairs with F. A. Bailey. Residence.
N. E. corner Third and Oak sU.
A. B. BAILEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
MARK B. BUMP,
Notary Public aud Collections.
Of the best Fish. Game and
Meats. Our delivery is prompt
and in all parts of Hillsboro
We have inaugerated a
new Schedule in -Prices
and this together with our de
livery system makes this Hills
boro' s popular maraxi.
Corwin & Heidel.
. j .v. a Central
vr.II Market we wish to announce
fet we have established a free at
ive wind I hire reduced the prices
on aU meat,. . For the best cuts
Dr. B P. Shepherd,
,SocceeorUPr. A. Burrit.)
-rfitT Bakery Try
.. 1 1 t anat h V
. . r-.l!i.rniaC""eeui '
The following from T. B. Wilcox
president of the Oregon Develope-
ment League, appeared in the- Ore
gonian of Saturday last, and proves
that thousands of Eastern people
are looking toward Oregon. Again
we request our readers to write to
some of the persons named below
who are asking for information
about this state. Tell them all about
Washington county and Hillsboro.
the county seat. II each subscrib
er to this paper will write only one
letter it will be the means of doing
".Never at any Urn sine tbt frvat Initial
mMtlDf beld at tba Marquis Grand Ibaeter
August 2 and 8. 1M. when thoroosblv repress
latlv men from all poriloo ofibeetata wen
present, baa tba Oregua Development League
been to active a at present. Tboaande of In
quirt e are belnc received from ail taction of
tbe United State, and a lanre majority of tbea
art from farmer, a I evidenced br tbe fact tbat
tbev get tbelr mall through tbe rural free deliv
ery, and, what l Kill more convlbdnc, tbe ten
or of tbe letter tbemarlve tbey are devoted at
entirely to ceneral farming, dairying, hor.
"Inqalrlet are eomlrg relet! ve to tbe logged ofl
land, tbe possibilities of Irrigation la Oregon
areovlng sought, while many deal re to boy 1m
proved farm on account of edventageou cbang
"During tbe preeent week i baa bees apent
la poatage ant from work already laid out for
lb Brat two week in January tbe pualagt bill
will reach SAM.
"The moat gratifying, however, of all new
come from many of tba .lily three orgaolia-
llooa which eompie tbe Oregoa Development
l('4 and to whom the name and addreaa of
every Inquirer I being forwarded.
Dr. M. H. Ellle, prealdeotof lb Albany Com
mercial Club, advlaea tbat Una county literature
is going to every addreaa. similar lnfortrailoa
comee from H. L. Bann. prealdenl of tba Junc
tion City Devalopmol Leearue; President Henry
Tblelaea. of tbe Salem Commercial Clnb; tbe
Irrigation Frail Company, through Pre! dent
Mile and Secretary Kicker, give a similar re
port. Judge Thomas F. Ryan. rralary at the
Oregoa City Board of Trade, I personally eon-
doettng tbe eorreepoodeaeai Uoad Rivet la being
beard from, and tbe aame la Ira of Dayton, Cor
vallia. Klamath fall. Coo Bay, Eugene and
"This literature giving fact about Oregon 1
going to the farmer at a time when tbey will
have a chance to read It. Repeatedly mora than
half ib autee of the fnloa bava beea rvpment
ed In tbe mail In a lnl delivery. In tba work
of lb central office at Portland It ba b-ea neo-
to add during lh preeent great rush three
"Letter aboui Oregon deecriblng iba Mala la
tvneral and going lnlo detail about oar princi
pal reaouroe have appeared In hundred of tbt
boeteouny week lire of tbe United State, paper
which are thoroughly read la the home of J net
each famine ta w want to add to tbe popala-
tlon of Oregon.
"Iwouldjnat Uk to org the people of thl
tala. through their commercial and Industrial
organisation a, todoabl op tbelr work during
tbe month of January, for It la at tbat time of
tbe year when tbe delightful climate of Oregoa
urotahe such a aplendid companaoa with tbe
other eectioo of the Middle West sod northern
portions of tbe foiled Stale."
Gut K Hufftnaa, li R 2, Winona, Mi
tieippi, sends names: J W Herring,
R R No2, Winona, Mississippi; EE Jan
don, Eskriilt?, Missittippi; N B Hoff
man, Stewart Miissippi
C O Peterson, Box 9, Greeley, Nebras
Otto Helmig, Spring Lake, Alberta,
J II Bagley, Melbourne, lows, sends
names: Ueorge Wood, Condo, North
Dakota; A J Asquith, Melbourne, Iowa;
George Horn, Melbourne, Iowa; John
Horn, Koleen, Indiana.
W A Mabey. David City, Nebraska,
sends names D P Burcb, Bellwood, Ne
breaks, Darwin McKe'ilip and Stuart
Lichliter. David City, Nebraska
Mis Mattie Burgees, of Dresden Texss,
endt nsmes of friend at Blooming Grove
Texas at followt : Will Clark, Joe Nel
son snd Li 11 Melton
Henry Keller, Grass Vallev, Oregon
S M FielJi, Benton, Kentucky, sends
names : J vt alker, R R S, Kenton
Kentucky; A'ex Holton, R R 4, Benton
Kentucky ; T G Freeior, R R 2, Bee ton
F C Sliroder, Edgewater, Colo, sends
names: Anirew uergman. Matt tlaak
enson, t-.dgewater, lolo; Clarence any
ler, Flgewater, Colo
C J Bruce, Johnston, Neb
J V Dean, .Park Ra;4Js, Hubbard
county, Minnesota, sends names: l w
Graves, Henry Gregerson, Jhua Ro
berts, all of Tark Rapids, Minnesota
A Beers, Hancock, Mhinesota ; B Kerk
yliot. Clontarf, Swift county. Minnesota ;
P. Kerkvliet, Clontarf, Minneeota
E Curtiss, The Dalles, Ore, sends
names: Edd Stintoro, Lowell. Micliigan ;
Earl Curtiss, R F D 2, Lowell, Michigan,
William Lind, McCord s, Michigan
V II Jameson, Booneville, Hart coun
Richard Weisee.care William Sch warts,
E G Kelsev, K F D 2, tberman, Texas
Robert Hint, RBI. Wsbaasa, Minne-
it M Anderson. R F D , Box 8, Dell
D-t.l South DakoU
t' m K Fraeer. Croswell. Michigan
John Coble, R B 3, Glen Elder, Kan-
aas. send names : Andy Walker, James
Eldred, Charles Price, all ot Glen LWer.
Iv m niaaksl
J 8 Tripp, Baas Riyer. Michigan, sends
n.m : J W Nichols. BUI, KOOloeuu
Michigan ; Robert Graham, RBI.
inton, Michigan: C Smead, Bass mv-r
Emma True, R R 1, Granada, Minne
sota, sends ns mes : Charles Tbom peoo
Trntnan. Minnesota: A G Short, Grant
da. Minnesota: John Hehir. Granada,
CUrles F SprsydUng, R R 7, Athens,
Tennessee, sen ds names: WO Ziogler,
b t t iii,.,.. TuniMiM' GJ Rioe. R
R 3, Athens, Tennessee; Clarence Wat-
teubareer, R R S, Athens. Tenneeaee;
John Rogers. R R 7, Decatur, Tenneaee;
Henry Guffr. R U 7, Athens, Tennessee
Otto R Detlloff, R R 2, Orsnd Meau-
ow, Minnesota, sends names: J Reed.
Racine, Minnesota; Charles Pieane,
GranJ Meadow, Minn; Ed Spencer,
Grand Meadow. Minnesota
R. Monro. ForreetvlUe. South Dakota, aeaoe
Samoa. David Jelll. VYaverly, Soalb Dakota;
Albert Markna, Wavetly, Booth Dakota.
John Olle. Box 114. Bbullaburg. Wlseonsla.
send names: Richard Dunn, P. Burke, Jona
Maboney, Jr., Bandy Moore. August Johnson,
Michel Fltxeerald. all of Shullsbnrg, vYtseonslo
Ray Baumgartaer. of Vera Cms. Peaneylva-
ala, tends name: Morrte Erdmea, Route s. i-
onsvlUe. Penn;Cbarle Kline, VeraCrus, Pena
ylvanla; Emmanuel SeU. Em an. Pens; Samuel
Derr, Limrporl. Penn; Franct Klina, Em ana,
Penn; Chwle W agner, Vera Crux, Peaa.
Calvla K. Bbaver. Posgee' Mill. Virginia, send
aame of Owsar Turner. Reuben Webster and R.
C. W ens, sll of Puage Mill. Vs.
.Brink Cox, Routed Edlaoo. Kebraska. aeods
lamee: Late Eaton. Charley Fauton. Arthur
Eicbar, all Rue I t, Edison, Nebraska.
1 rumen Clark, Route 1, Ben loo la, Michigan,
end names: Alva Balaam, Oak 11111. Michigan;
Roy Grub. Route 1 Benaonla. Michigan; will
Eastman. Boat t, Bcnjonla, Michigan.
Samuel M. Angel. Route I. Kvenevill, Indi
William Bonitng, Mansion, Wilkin County.
Minnesota, sends nam: C. F. Radcllffa. Ed
ward Herbert, both of Mansion. Minnesota; C P.
TUton. Roth as r. Minnesota; Albert Bolgrea.
Wtlllam F. Adams. Box 10. Rontet. Sank Cea-
ter, Minnesota, send name: Thomas Merer.
band. Route J. Sank Center, Minn; M. Werner,
Rouie a, eaak Ceoter. Minn; William Grtumaa
cber. Route Bank Center. Minn; jsmes L-m.
Rorb, Rouu a. Sank Center, Minn; Luther
McDormlt, Route 1. Urootea, Minn.
Joe Oidoam. Route 1. Nslllsvllls. W I soon sin.
sends namee: Robert Garvin, Route S. Frank
Mann, Ellsworth, Maxwell. Rouie t, all of
C. L. Cbrtstopberson, Mabel. Minnesota.
W. Ooodaell, Route 2. Bunayslds. Washington.
D. C. Mdlura, R. F. D. s. Boa 1. Fredrick,
Oklabome. eends namee: K. P. Holt, Route a
Box tS, and T N Bobaaaon, Root . Box S. both
of Frederick. Oklahoma.
Char lea Thompson. Roots L, Ham 11 low. Mis
eourl.K, T. Tnompaoa, Brerkearldga, Mlsaonrl;
W. Culllsoo. Root. 1. Hamilton. Missouri.
Michael beaban. Route t. Meson City, 1111
not send! names: Frank Millar, Force city, Il
linois: Tom Dodson. Route 5, Maeoa City, IUi
aols; Jo Schoonover, R. F. D. 4, Mason City,
J. H. Black. Wast Rnahvllle, Ohio.
O. A. Cook. Route 2, Keosbo, Missouri, sends
same: C. 11. Rose berry, Kent, Mlmonn; B. A.
LtDk, Rout 2, Rocky Comfort Missouri; J. X.
Link. Bethpsgs, Mlsaonrl.
Herman WoblfelL B Imam wood, Shawano
Baltimore Sr.eet Potato Fie.
Peel and cut in quarter-inch slic
es a quart of sweet potatoes. Cook
until tender with one pint very
strong ginger tea, a general cup but
ter, three cups of sugar and plenty
of lemon peel. Stew Jtently so that
the slices will not break. Line a
deep pie plate with a rather thick
crust, fill with the potatoes and their
sirup to within an inch of the top,
then cover with a crust with a cross
cut in the center. Turn back each
corner ot the crust and bake with a
moderate heat until the pastry is
done. Ten minutes before servinp-
pour through the hole in the top a
wine sauce made by creaming to
gether one cup butter, two cups
sugar and the juice of a lemon beat
en in a little at a time. -Set the
mixiure over boiling water and beat
in gradually one cup sweet wine.
Stir vigorously to prevent the but
ter separating from the rest of the
Upon the occasion of her looth
birthday, Mrs. Osier, wifeof thecel
ebrated Dr. Osier, gave to each of
her ninety-six descendants a spoon
a large size to the first generation
an intermediate size for the second
generation and a wee spoon for the
little ones of the third generation.
The handle is a Cornish cross with
the motto, "One and all." Above
the date is the name "Ellen Tree
E. B. TONGUE
WITM ORC5N ID.
Su-HHe Courts in
ft Tims sf
In one of tbe fe j pvea
by the Portland Hm dun in many
a day. E. B. Tong"xn Oregon Kid
won the second of tbe P?er chases
this morning. Mr. Tone wis the
winner of the cha Thanksgiving
day, when he won by a neck in a
hard drive in 5 oinu,-- This
morning six minute were clipped
from the November time, the ract
being completed over tLe six-mile
course in 19 minutes.
The course raced over this morn
ing was laid out by Mrs. F. G. Buf
fum and James Nicbol, iod the ex
cellent time made is due in jreat
part to the judgment used by the
latter in selecting the route. Eight
jumps were included in the course.
The racers were stand by T. S.
McGath and tbe time is considered
remarkable in view of tbe muddy
course and heavy going. The
judge at the finish was E R. Eld
ridge. The chase started at 10:55
o'clock and was completed at 11:14.
A large number of spectator! were
present to cheer the winner, who
was followed closely by J. C iluehe
on Barnato and J. W. Chapman,
who finished third on Call Bond.
The riders numbered an even doz
en and with their mount! included
Dr. Drake on Top Box. Frank Ro
bertson on Wallace L, F. 0. Down
ing on Tom, T. T. Strain on Anti-
poke, J. W. Chapman oa Call Bond
J. C. Muebe on Barnato, Dr. Wood
on Byphurnus, R. H. Jenkins on
Mowitzh. W. M Davil on Spimy
Frank Wilder on Quta,T. B.. fc.
Tonjrue on Oregon rM and F. W.
Leadbetter on Roclefeller. Tele
gram, Jan. 1.
Letter to Mother la Ohio.
From the Portland TelefcTm.
There is a prisoner serving a six
months' sentence at Kellev Butte
who should have been a jokewriter
instead ol a petty thief. Had he
applied himself to literature rather
than to sleight-o'-hand trick, he
would no doubt have become a rival
of Mark Twain and Mr. Dooley.
Letters written by prisoucrs at
the Butte are, like epistles penned
by the inmates of other jails, read
before being sent out. This action
s taken by the guards to prevent
any plotting or the giving of infor
mation that might tend to aid un
captured criminal to escape.
Frank C. Baker, former State
Printer, ex-chairman of the Repub
lican State Central Committee and
prominent politican, died Wednes
day morning at 4 o'clock at his res
idence, Glisan and Twenty-fourth
. T , ) If. L. 1 I C
The other day, when one of the , ;recis' 1 wmana- "c su"
rockbreakers handed Chief Guard 1 1C,,U 1,UU1 u Ul "c ,uu" " '
.. : t. . 1 : a l 1 iL.. .l
Briggs a letter to mail, Briggs had ' " Ultu WM. , 3 " '
stop several times to laugh. "en"' u.cii
1 be prisoner was sentenced by Mu- . 1
mcipal Judge Cameron to serve sixj. . ' ...
months at Kelley Butte. He signed , '"5 uc f1'1 mV" ,"u"u?uuu
au uay lucsuay, utu iu tuc uijjui
WAS TAKEN ILL ON CHRISTMAS
Bright' Diaease With Complice
tiona Was the Cays ef Death--Well
Popped Corn and Nut Candy.
Take a tablespoonful of butter,
three of water and one cupful of
maple sugar; boil until it is ready
to candy, and then add three quarts
of nicely popped com. Stir briskly
until the mixture is evenly distrib
uted over the com. Keep up the
stirring until it cools, when each ker
nel will be separately coated.
Close and undivided attention may
be necessary to the success of this
kind of candy. Nuts are delicious
prepared by this method.
According to the result of many
measurements made at the antho-
pological laboratory in Washington
the right arm of human beings is in
a majority of cases longer than the
left arm. while, on the contrary, the
left leg is longer than the right leg.
Sometimes, however, the relative
proportioes are exactly reversed,
but very seldom does perfect equal
ity exist between the two sides.
The tendency of tbe light arm to
exceed the left arm in strength is
somewhat greater in men than in
women, while equality of strength
in the two arms occurs a,most twice
as frequently with women as with
Full blooded Black Jimorca, Brown
Let-horn and Barred Bock cockerels
Also several tons of rl ctrrots. sugar
beet and Lagoon and Clark Seedlin
Corner Oak and Seventh la., Hillgboro
the name of Erown to the letter.
but gave the Judge a different cog
nomen, Biiggs asked and got per
mission to copy the epistle. It lol-
Kelly Villa, Portland, Ore.
Pear Mama: I am sorry I did not In
form yoo of coining 00 the Pacific Coavt,
but it was business tbat brought me out
here. I shall return at my earliest con
venience, which may be in Mayor June,
or as soon at I get through with my
Tb firm I am with has a large number
o. men at work ana are aomg a neavy
bniiness. I think that In the course of
a few months' hard work I can make the
lift" and have everything come out sst-
Ufactory. Just at present everything
seems to be running in bard lurk an I
my work is unpleasant and confining,
but I bope to make good ont here.
The syndicate I am operating lor it the
largest snd strongest of the kind in the
West, and I would not like to see it lose,
for It means several thousand dollars for
my backers, who are C. H. Marsh, of
New York ; Count Royal, of British Co
lumbia; Frinc Eugene, of Chicago;
Chief Justice A. 8. Briggs, of K-lly Butte ;
Jodge Cameron and Jmlge Webster, of
Jndae Webster and Judge Cameron
ar heavily Interested in this syndicate,
and are its local managers. They insist
that no ttone Deleft onturned. as it were.
This latter fact is making a great deal of
wneceeeary work, as H seems to me.
But I sm in such a position at present
that I do not feel it my duty to dictate.
If any telegrams come tor me, hold
them until 1 write you again, whicrt win
bs toon. Giv regards to all ana love to
mv wits, and keeD some for yoursell
Till mv wife not to worry. I have al-
wan tried to impress that opon nerminu
Tell her I am still with ths syndicate
and expect to stsy with It for some time,
as it it a strong one.
Dont answer until I write again.
Yours with love,
E. T. D. Erown.
The letter was addressed to Mrs
Brown, who resides in a little Ohio
town. She will perhaps show her
neighbors and friends the letter from
her boy out in Oregon, and all wii
be glad to know that he has secured
such a good position with a big syn
dicate out West.
Young shoat and pi "d a number
of young sows which will be with pigs
soon, for sale by Bowl by Bros.
Cornrlius, Rout 2,
It has long been known that peo
ple who live together for a Ion e time
if congenial, grow to look alike, but
it nas remained for a London writ
ing expert to discover that husband
and wife not only grow to look alike
but after awhile they begin to write
the same hand. So let the man be
ware whose wife writes the lone Ital.
ian hand that covers half a page be-
cause it may be only a question of
time until he will be doinz the same
thing. Four thousand, four hundred and
. T ; " thirtyeyen dollars were pai l in Multnc-
v r- r J"m" s arse thoe go to ' mah county for hunters' ucense during
J. C.Greer s. .1
The Oregonlan and Inde
pendent, one yeariS2.
The Weekly Oregon in n l The Hills
ooro Independent, both one year for f
Want.! 10 men in each state to tray
el, distribute samples of our goods and
tack signs. Salary fv-OO per month
3.00 per day for expenses. S.VUXDER3
CO.. Department P, 4rWa kon Boole
yard, Chicago, Ills.
Subscribe for Tba Inoepenflent.
Mr. Baker grew worse and died a
few minutes after the physician ar
rived. For twenty years Mr. Baker had
been in the politics of the state.
He served two terms as state print
er and since his incumbency direct
ed several political campaigns. He
retired last year as chairman of the
state organization. He was always
a republican and when the party in
Multnomah county split into fac
tions, be allied himself with tbe
Mitchell wing. Up to within a few
months ago he was an applicant for
United States Collector of Customs.
Since his retirement be has resid
ed in Portland, eneaeinz in the
commission business. He made a
fortune from the state printing office
and invested it to advantage, so that
he leaves a large estate. Mr Bak
er's judgment on politics was noted
throughout Oregon, since at every
election he laid heavy wagers on the
the outcome. He. was the son
W. W. Baker, formerly state food
commissioner and publisher of the
Rural Spirit, on which paper de
ceased worked for many years.
Mr. Baker was one of the best
known printers in the state and was
instrumental in organizing the first
typographcial union in Oregon.
His policy was to pay tne mgnesi
wages to his employes in the state
printing office and he recognized
that it was througn me loyai sup
port of his fellow journeymen at the
case that he was originally elected
and placed on the road to wealtn
Mr. Baker was born m asoinK
ton county in 1854. His parents
emigrated to Oregon in 1853. re
maining in Pornanu uw .j.
the latter year they moved to La
Grande. Union county, where at the
aee of 14. Frank began his printing
cfreer with E. S. McComas. on the
Mountain Sentinel. Alter receiv
ing his card as journeyman printer
I he went to Baker City, where be
worked on the Herald, under Dr.
Boyd. From Baker City lie moved
to Silver City ai d hcM .1 ca-e on
the Avalanche for two years. Mr.
Baker leaves a widow and one
Heroine' Lon jj Delayed Reward.
(Chicago Inter tVeari. 1
Upon the publication of Mrs. Uva
F.raery Dye's graphic narrative ot
the expedition ol Lewis and Clark
to the Pacific Coast the Inter-Oeean
editorially directed attention to the
services of Sacajawca, the heroine
of that famous exploration, aud sug
gested that she should be enrolled
among the nation's notable women.
It was further suggested that the
women of the country should erect
a statue to the Indian woman at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition at
St. Louis, the starting point of the
expedition of 1S04.
It now appears that the sugges
tion of the Inter-Ocean has leea
taken up in far away Oregon.
Portland is to hold iu 190s a Lewis
and Clark Centennial in celebration
of the Centenary of the first cros
ing of the continent. The women
ot Oregon, Washington. Idaho,
and the Dakotas have taken up the
project of erecting a memorial to
Saeajewea suitable to tne occasiou.
It is proposed to erect a statute to
cost alout 6ooo. it nas wca
thought fitting that the sculptcr
should be a woman and a Western
er, and Miss Alice Cooper, of Colo
rado, has been suggested.
Readers who are laminar wua
that ereat American classic, me
Journal of Lewis and Clark, or who
have enioyed "The Conquest," will
remember Saeajewea and her servi
ces to the explorers. Lewis and
Clark found her in their winter camp
among the Mandacs. She was a
captive Shoshone girl ot 16, and
the slave wife of a French half-breed
interpreter. She would have died
in childbirth had it not been for the
aid ot the explorers. In the spring
she and husband and baby went
West with the party.
When the explorers naa aoan
doned their canoes and were ap
proaching tbe Gates of the Moun
tains they stood face to lace with
failure, because of the lack of
It was Saeajewea wuopac-
. . norsci.
ana rareiy was mt.u m c,,,.!,- V,tmed horses.
C lU sJMVJMuv-, vu '
Man.l smoothed the. way through
the Flatheads and the Nez Perces.
Passing over her many services dur
ing the winter spent at the mouth
of the Columbia, it was Sacajawea
who guided the party on the return
trip. She seemed to have the in
stinct of the homing pigeon, and
time and again found the way out
of the wilderness.
Saeajewea understood the impor
tance of the expedition, and was in
earnest for its success as were its
leaders. Her services were great,
if she was not the salvation of Lew
is and Clark. Yet. when and where
she died is not known, and no stone
marks her resting place.
The importance of tbe expedition
of Lewis and Clark is brought strik
ingly to the mind by the tact that
the wilderness through which Sae
ajewea guided them 100 years ago
is now thickly studded with flourish
ing cities that propose to erect a sta
tue to their guide.
The above is re-published for the
information of quite a number of
Eastern friends who have written to
this office asking for the history of
. 1 f i 9 - rs-
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