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V ol . 22: No. 91
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1905.
.50 P er Y ear
IN D IA N S T A T U E IS UN -
Mrs. Duniway spoke
“ Little did the pioneer mother of achieve to'ward the brotherhood of
briefly on “ Tbe Pioneer Mother.”
Oregon imagine, still less did Saca the race, and for our heroines, not
jawea think, the day when woman the Joan of Arcs, but the Clara
Sacajawea Day Observed at
Dr. H. L. Henderson, of Astoria, hood would be recognized as it is Bartons, Francos Willards, the Eva
Lewis and Clark Fair W ith
W alter Culin, M. D.
great sachem of tbe I. O. R. M. for recognized today. Still le6s did any Booths and the Busan B. ADthonys,
"Today we honor a new type of
P hysician and S urgeon
Oregon, in a brief speech introduced mun imagine, 100 or even 50 years
(The following we take from the 1'. J. Bell, of Tacoma, grand rep ago that away out here, hard by tbe heroine; not a seer of visions, nor
C oquille C ity , O re .
Portland Telegram of July (>.)
resentative of the Red Men of singing shores of the sundown seas, hearer of strange voices, not even
T e le p h o n e 3.
N'uxt Door to P. ().
Sacajawea statue at the Lewis and Washington.
Mi. Bell delivered there would be erected by women, philanthropist sustained in her
Clark Exposition was unveiled to the oration of the day, referring to in enduring bronze, the statue of a labors by the knowledge of her
day. The day is uuique in the an the importance of the occasion in woman whose unveiling we are here lofty mission, but she whom we
now enthrone was a simple child of
Stanley & Burns,
nals of the Exposition—remarkable the history of the Northwest, both
“ This woman was an Indian, a the unbroken forest, who, with
A ttorneys-at- Law.
not only for the commemoration of for what it meant already and for
mother and a slave. And, us she pure hoart uud mind tutored by
Real Estate, Collections.
the wonderful heroism and spirit of what it will mean.
Sp ecialties—Crim inal and U . S. L and
pointed out the devious way iu tbe danger and nature’s lore, endured
the Shoshone woman as a tribute to
Mrs. C. H. Pettinger then recited
Cases, N otaries Public.
wilderness that led at laat to the tbe calamities and embraced the op
C o q u il l h .
O b eo o n .
whom the beautiful Btatue was un a poem by Burt Huffman on Saca
home of her people from which she portunities of her life with a calm
veiled this afternoon at the bead of jawea, after which the statue was
the Grand stairway of the Exposi presented to this city by Mrs. Eva had been stolen, a man-child on her philosophy which we all may profit
but also as a recognition of the Emery Dye, of Oregon City, presi back, and in her heart the protec ably acquire. As child she met dis
J, 0. WETMORE
race of red men dent of the Sacajawea Status Asso- tive mother inoticct that was of it aster with courage uud hope; as
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
who once thronged this Pacific siation. Then came the dramatic self sufiicent to nerve her to deeds wife she was faithful; as mother,
A. J. SHERWOOD, P rê t.
R. E. SHINE. V lo t P re i
L. H. HAZARD, C s th ls r
Slope and held their great peace event of the exercises, as Mrs. Edna of daring in emergencies before she threw the protecting armour of
Residence of J. A. Collier.
love around her child, and worked
counsels almost within sight of the Snook, of Coquille, pulled the cord
spot where now stands the beauti which revealed the beautiful work own husband cried like a baby, lit with hand and brain for humanity.
tle did she know or realize that she She met every demaud.
ful Exposition of the white man’s of art to the public.
helping to upbuild a Pacific what sbe could cheerfully and clev
The day is perhaps
As the flag dropped away from
A. J. Sherwood,
even more noteworthy as a recogni the figure applause went up from empire, upon whose borders the erly, without hope of reward and
A ttorn by - a t -L aw ,
OP COÇUIIiUH, OREGON»
tion of the important part woman hundreds of throats or was manifest white man and tbe white woman without forseeing results.
N o t a r y P u b l ic ,
“In honoring her we pay homage
has played in the history of the ed by the clapping of hands and
T r a n sa c ts a General B anking B u sin e ss
past century, and a prediction of waving of handkerchiefs.
The (not yet born) where a government to thousands of uncrowned heroines,
of the people and by the people is whose quiet eudurnuce and patient
the still more important part she is bronze figure of the inspired artist,
destined to supersede an aristocracy effort have
Board o f Dire oto ra.
Cor re s pon den t* .
made possible the
pointing the way out to her com
to take in the future.
W alter Sinclair,
R . O. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
The climax of the day was in the panion explorers,
L . Harlocker,
L . H . Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N*1 B ank, San Francisco
A t t o r n e y -A t - L a w ,
“ Dux femini facti” was an ancient men whom they loved and served.
scenes around the bronze figuro of racial lines of the face, and the ex
R . E . Shine,
First N at’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
N otary P u b l ic ,
It is this same disposition to do
the Indian woman, which was pre pression of dauntlessness, mingled
the deed” is still echoed and re what we could that brought Inde
sented to the city with fitting cere with the womanliness of the subject,
echoed along the moving decades, pendence and Coquille to this plat
monies by the women of the North awoke the enthusiasm and admira
carrying woman with it till at last form today.
west, as represented by the Saca- tion of all. On the pedestal of the
she stands face to face with a mon-
“ Independence gave to this na
jawca Statue Association. A cosmo statue in an appropriate inscription
ument of her own creating that is tion this beautiful emblem of free
A bstracter of T itles .
politan tone was given the scene by
dom and progress, what more fitting
CoquiLLK C ity , O re
the presence of the Indians in cos and by whom it was presented to destined to endure for ages.
“ Other evidences of humaD handi than that this flag, which Sacajawea,
tume, descendants of the tribes who Portland.
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
dwelt in the wilds at the time the
Miss Garlin Hill, of Independ work in these enchanted grounds standing on the brow of shining
will pass away. They are not meant Rock mountains, first waved over
H all & H all,
great explorers made their memor ence, Or., representing the club
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
to be enduring. But this statue of this great Empire of the North
able trip and who were conciliated which had raised the most money
A t roBSKYí-AT- L vw ,
in every particular.
Sacajawea, representing the past west from mountain crest to the
to welcome the strangers by the toward defraying the expenses of
Dealer in liait. E-trAnt >f all kinds.
good offices of the squaw who ac the statue, then received the flag in
termined to remain as a historic re dark savagery to which she was
companied the latter.
The cere which it had been draped, while
minder of a vanished era, when born, beckoning foiward the ad
Iocludiqg room, baard, general nursing and drugs.
mony was made National in charac
woman carried man on her shoul vancing civilization to which she
EUrun'i) 9 Idi,
j en from all parts of the United the meeting breaking up immediate ders— a feminine atlas upholding a was wed— what more fitting than
world whose full significance was that this should perpetuate forever
At- > Il
I States, who had assembled in Port- ly afterward with the benediction
yet to be realized. In carrying this her memory with its le s s o n s , to the
O regon .
| iand the past week to discuis and
O oq u iixb ,
E n te re d a » seco n d -cla ss m a tte r M ay
8 , 1905, a t th e postoffice a t C o q u ille ,
Oreirnn, u n der art of C on gre ss o f M a r d i
3 ,1 8 7 9 .
nowlton’s Drug Store
Besides a complete stock
| ol Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-
I dries carries Kodaks and Sup-
I plies, Phyrography outfits and
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
M AR SH FIELD
t o Sj$ 3 0 p e r w e e k
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
WORK OE WOMAN SCULPTOR.
- » — •
a ' -------- r ~
m e statue wmch is now the bondage. Sacajawea is keeping response first cheered the hearts of
C ollections in 1 Ins
sex throughout the Nation.
Mem- property of the city, but which will
watch and ward over the outer gates, the unselfish women, Mrs. Sarah J.
j bers of the Improved Order of Red remain in its present position until
pointing to the Orient, where count Evans and Mrs. M. A. Dalton, Mrs.
I Men, by their presence, proved that j the close of the Exposition, is the
less hordes of women still exist in C. M. Cartwright and Mrs. Brey-
\V. C. Chase.
Sacajawea is honored not only by J work of a woman sculptor, Miss
E . D . S p e rry .
slavery, who shall ultimately look man and their helpers, to whose
those of her own sex but by a whole j Alice Cooper, of Denver.
It was to our enlightened men and women untiriDg energies, entirely without
SPERRY & CHASE,
cast in the East, and has awakened and of this Pocific Coast for the full compensation, Portland and this
very favorable criticism there among fruition of a freedom that has dawned nation is indebted for this beautiful
A grand parade through the I irtists. The model on which it was
work of art, portraying not only
on us already.
Oboe in Robinson Uaildinj?,
business portion of this city during made was a Shoshone woman, Saca
divine motherhood but also the
O re g o n .
the morning, organized by the jawea having been of that tribe, but
Capitol stands the Goddess of Liber, soul-growth resulting from larger
Order of Red Med, was one such the features are idealized, and the
ty, overlooking from her breezy service to mankind.
as no other society could have in expression is of the noblest and
“ It is with pleasure that on behalf
height the home of Washington.
augurated. Members of the order most determined character. It rep
E. G. D. H o iim ,
“ Away out on the Atlantics bor- of the Sacajawea Statue Association
in costume, mingled with members resents the “ Bird Maiden” as she
L aw ysu ,
present to you, Miss Hill, the
der is a conspicious island placed
of the race in the garb o f their an must have appeared in her highest
City Rao »nier, U. S. O j u niafiouer,
there by God himself to guide the representative of the Lewis and
cestors, in a grand parade which moments, when, though nomiually
eral Iaxarauoe Asien«, and Notary
people of all lands through the Clark Club of Independence, this
was adorned by floats of beautiful oDly the slave wife of the half-breed,
Publio. Olfioo in Robin
great gateway of nations. Did you treasure” .
| appearance and historical signifi- Toussaint Charbonneau, yet really
ever notice, men and brethern, that
F o rcert to S ta r v e
as the guide and in a sense tbe pro in always presenting liberty as a
B. F. Leek, o f Concord, Ky, says:
Many hundreds were present on tecting spirit of the expedition, she
woman you have been building bet
“ For twenty years I suffered
I Lakeview Terrace when the cere- brought the explorers successfully
ter than you knew? “ Liberty en agonies, with a sore on my upper
| monies began this afternoon, the to the Pacific Ocean from the Winter
lightening the world” is written in lip, so painful, sometimes, that I
j women probably predominating in camp at Mandan. The piece cost letters of fire on tbe Eastern statue; could
A. F. Kirshman,
noteat. After vainly trying
point of numbers. The statue was the association more than $7,000,
everything else, I cured it with
D e n tist .
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.” Its great
I erected yesterday afternnon, and and will, after tbe Exposition, be
pioneer history of woman that is
for burns, cuts and wounds.
stood equally distant from the mod- removed to an appropriate resting
written upon this.
Office two doors Sooth o f Post otiioe.
R. 8. Knowlton’s drug store; Only
I els of Captain Meriwether Lewis place in the City Park.
“ Upon the dome of Nation’s Capi 25c.
and Captain William Clark, facing
tol stands another figure of woman;
Mrs Dunlway’a Speech.
to the Northwest.
Its folds were
W anted : — Women to represent
and she like the statue at the gates
enclosed in a large American flag,
At the statue unveiling today, of our Eastern seas, is forever pos us in their home and adjoining
and near by was the platform with Mrs Abigail Scott Duniway spoke
ing—an emblem of the liberty that counties to distribute samples and
1 accommodation for about 100 guests. at length
Western coast, where man, chival advertise our goods. Salary $21
, ArnoDg those on the platform, in
“It is scarcely probably that the rous, patriotic, wise aDd free, is per week and expenses, guaranteed.
Str. D IS P A T C H
addition to the speakers and those j pioneer mother who trudged across
gladly welcomiug his wife and Expenses advanced.
Tom W hite, Master,
connected with the programme of tbe almost untracked continent
unnecessary. Address, with stamp,
the day, were the officers of the j with her babe in arms and other
B a n d o n .........7
a - m . | Coquille--------10 a - m .
helping them in this statue of the stating age, Reeve Co., 415 Dear
C o q u ille .......... 1 P-M . | B a n d o n --------- 4 P-M.
Sacajawea Association, of the I. O. | little children clinging to her gown,
historic past to perpetuate the born St., Chicago.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
R, M., of the Exposition, of the in the days of the nineteenth cen
and steamer Edho for Myrtle Foint.
memory of those barbarous times
State Commission and executive tury was young, sver gave a passing
when woman carried man upon Ler
Str. F A V O R IT E
given that the
thought to her own heroism, much
J. C. M oomaw. Master,
undersigned will prosecute any and
states represented on the grounds. less to that of the IndiaD woman of
all persons in any way trespassing
Coquille......... 7 a - m . | Bandon.. 10:45 a - m .
Mrs. Snook's Address.
Bandon........... 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:45 p - m . The Administration Band furnished the earlier years of the same cen
on the farm known as the McCleary
music for the occasion.
tury who like, herself was building
“This beautiful statue stands and Grady place near Norway.
An invocation by Dr. Anna H. better than she knew. Nor when unique in history, the tribute of
H . Jam». Ma»ter,
Shaw opened the exercises, and she ) the long and arduous journey was enlightened womanhood to a sister
M io r.t.ttt
m i n n
M y r tle P n iu t.. .7 A-M. I oquille C’y 9 30 a - m . was followed, after a patriotic solo \ over, and she found herself and of a savage race.
It bespeaks a
Coquille C i t y . . .1 r-sr. I M yrtle P't. .4 00 p - m .
by Cnarles Cutter, an Alaska In children alone in the border cabin stride toward justice in the thought
D ally except Sunday.
C h ild not
to L i? « F r o m
dian employed on the Exposition of the Oregon wildwood, while her of humanity.
O n « H o u r to A n o t h e r , h u t C u re d
l»j f h i t i n b e r l n l i i ' w C o l l e , C i t o l
grounds, by President H. W. husband was exchanging work with
Str. W E L C O M E
“One test of a civilization is the
ero nnd D ia rrh o e a R e m e d y .
W . R. Panter, Master.
Goode, of the Exposition, who in a a neighbor who also was hewing nature of the heroes it exalts. Past
M yrtle Point 1:30 p-M. I Coquille C’y 1:00 p - m . few appropriate words, welcomed out a home in the wilderness, did generations, while honoring human-
Ruth, the little daughter of E N
Coquille <’ity 7:00 a - m . | M yrtle F t 10:00 a - m .
the Association and the Red Men she then realize the part she was ity's saviors, have erected the high-
Dewey of Agdewville, Va., was
( 'nnnect* with lower-river boats at Coquille
to the grounds.
Miss Susan B. acting in the great drama of life est monuments to its heroes of war, seriously ill o f cholera infantum
City for Bandon and intermediate points.
Am ple barges for handling freight.
Anthony, herself a guide to advance for whether she was engaged in the those brave in the. destruction of last summer,
‘‘We gave her up
ment among women, followed in an domestic pursuit <>f peace or de- life for the glory of the Fatherland. and did not expect her to live from
Sewing Machine Repairing
D avid F u lto n , o f th is c ity , is an ex p e rt address on “ Women in Discovery.” fendiDg her rude domicile from wild But the Spartan mother belongs to one hour to another,” he says.
happened to think of Chamberlain's
cle a lie r an d rep a irer, an d a n y o n e in Miss Anthony's presence at the cere-
beasts or wild, r savages, she was the past. Women of today believe Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
need of h is serv ice s w ill d o w ell to rail
m nies itself was sufficient to insure equally with man a necessary factor that the agony of war is no longer edy and got a bottle of it from the
at h is resid en ce or d ro p h im a ca rd .
that a large number would be there in the great aim of human effort, necessary to the world’s progress, store.
in five hours I saw a
to see and hear her speak
The out of which has culminated in this It is wiser to arbitrate and compro- change for the belter. We kept on
I 'pSPUt «' 1» f Mr- A1 igiil So. it Dun- dawn of tbe twentieth century the mise before the bloodshed
and giving it and before she had taken
A g o o l home in this city, on
the half of one small liottle she was
are «ell ” This remedy is for sale by
th> Nation, was otih second in im ic day.
Enquire at this office.
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