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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY OXAMlNER, Lr-KBVIEW. OREGON, JAN. 22,
Great Preperationa are Now Being
Made For a Big Exposition In
Portland In Two Years.
rorthind. Orepon. Jim
To tlio Klltfr:
A writer In tlw KdlntiurK Review
in 1NM tlewrlbed On-jion us the hint
i-orner on oarth left free (or tin1 -eupnthm
o( n civilized nice. "When
Oren-on h1iii1Uk i-olonlw d." In- deelar
ol. "tlu map ( the world limy tie
eiumlilered n h tilled il." Till wits
written at the time the boundary
question wax iietidiu"; lift ween the
United StnteH and (ireat Itrituin,
terminating June 15. 140 Intheml-
dtthni of the territory liotween the
42nd and 40th parallels and Went of
the Rooky Mountains to our nation
al domain. Fifty one years liefore
Captain Gray had discovered the
('oltiinl)ia River and .IS years before
I.ewls and Clark hndeompleted their
expedition across the eontinent ly
making camp on the shores of the
The one hundredth anniversary of
the arrival of the Iewis and Clark
party in Oregon will lie commemor
ated in l!H).r) by nn exposition whVh
will lie representative of American.
EuroiH-au and Oriental life, customs
and industry. Preparations for this
event are now actively under way.
A company with f.")0,iMM) i iipltnl lias
lieeu incorporated at Portland, the
site has lieen selected near the very
point on the Willamette reached by
Captain Clark in April iMMi. and the
various State Legislatures and Con
gress will lie asked to make appro
priations. Our Iewis and Clark ex
position will lie national in s'hh
Nothing that has is-curred since
the discovery of gold in California
will so attract attention to the
Pacific West and its wonderful capa
bilities for borne building and indus
try as the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion of 1005. The East now well lil-
ted with people, ami lacking thechcup '
laud that in generations past was its 1
chief inducement to the homeseeker,
now appreciates tile West and real
ises its value to an expanding coun
try. The great task that t lie West
had to overcome, the prejudice
against it, was due to the !u-t that
(or (orty years following the purchase
of Louisiana the land was not need
ed for settlement and the jH-ople of
the United States were at a loss to
know what to do with the new pos
session. Iletween 1ko and S.":i, pur
chase, exploration aud war added
iiJM'J square miles to our nation
al extent, over times as large an
area as (Jreat Krltaln by the treaty
of 1783 declared to be "f ree, sovereign
and independent States." All this
vast territory is west of the Mississ
ippi Uiver and the day when It began
to be needed for settlement is within
the memory of men yet In the prime
The Oregon Country, which the
expedition of Lewis and (Hark assur
ed American sovereignty, comprises
all of the present states uf Oregon,
Washington and Idaho, the Western
part of Montana and the Southwest
ern part of Wyoming. It had In
1850 an area of 307,000 square miles
and a population of loss than 14,000.
It now has 1,500,000 people with
room for 15,000,000 more, and an ag
gregate wealth, all clasaea of property
Included, of approximately 2,000,
000,000. Itatwo great cltlea, Port
land and Seattle have orer 100,000
population each, and three others,
Tacoma. Spokane and Butte, have
nearly 60,000 each. Captain Clark
foand near Portland In 1808 a few
miserable Indian huts. Today there
is at the Junction of the Willamette
and Columbia Klvers, the 42nd -city
of the Union with a Jobbing buslneas
vf 135,000,000 a 'year, banking power
- A 25,006,000, mercnanUle capital of
tiiiw iiiMi umi f.m'lirn commerce of
12,000,000. IxwiH ami Clark, It will
lie remembered faced starvation
many n time and but (or the dops,
berries and roots obtained from the
Indiaim. imiMt surely have perished
In the very route that they followed
are to lie found today Home of tire
world's preotest praln fields, orch
ords. fisheries and cattle ratitfes
The City of Portland, near which
Clark In 100, was compelled to bluff
a tew roots from the Indians, ship
ped In the ten years ended June K0.
l'.KH, over M. 500,000 bushels of wheat
and 5,:t!MI.(MNi barrels of wheat Hour.
In Oregon, Washington and Idaho
where the skilled hunters of I'wts
and Clark 1(H) years ago could not
find meat enough to keep the shad
ow of famine away from their tents,
there are today over 10.000.000 do
The main purpose of the Kxptisi
tlon will lie to advertise the reonrces
and possibilities of the Pacific North
west with the view to encouraging
settlers and investors to come here
from the East and Middle West to
make homes and establish new in
dustries. In a word, the Northwest
Itself will lie on exhibition witn an
Its matchless scenery and its product
offarm, forest, factory and mini's.
The Exposition will not be local or
sectional In any sense.
Low railroad rates will be in ef-
f.-ct lietweenflie Eikst ami the West
in l!Hi."i. which will insure large and
representative attendance. Special
ly low rates will prevail in the North
west to enable tlte visitors to go to
other towns and sections of interest.
All who wish to visit any place in
Oregon, for the purpose of looking
up laud, or investigating locations
for Industrial plants no mutter
whether it lie in the remotest section
! of the State will have the privilege
of settlers or investors rates. Then
will thus lie opportunities to nee the
Upper and Lower Columbia liiver.
Northwestern Oregon. Tillamook,
the Willamette Valley, South western
Oregon. Southern Oregon, and all of
the State East of the Cascade Moun
tains. Tills will be one of the most
important features of the Exposition,
for the excursions of the Eastern
visitors to those parts of Oregon
which greatly need development will
certainly result in large increase in
population through settlement and
the in vest men t of enormous sums of
money in the State.
The appropriation to lie made by
the legislature for the Exposition
will becxiiendcd under the direction
of a State Commission which will lie
required to submit a full report o( Its
doings to the legislature whicl will
meet atter thecloseof the Exposition.
No part of the money will Is- exs-nd-ed
in any other way.
lllslorntrd Hr hhaaldrr
Mrs. Johanna Hislerholm, of Kuricoe
Fttlln, Minn., fell and dlBlocated her
shoulder. ISiie had a aurtieou not it
hack in place aa nun as possiblu, hut it
was quite sore and pained her very much.
Her Hon mentioned that he had veen
Chamberlain' Pain balm advertised for
opraiim and corenesn, ond slit-asked him
to buy her a bottle of It, which he did
It quickly relieved her and enabled her
to aleep whioh she had not done fur sev
eral days. The son was so greatly pleas
ed witii the relief it gave his mother
that he has since recoui mended it to
many others. For sale by Lee Ileal I,
The news relating to the progress
In the construction work of the
Klamath Lake R. U. continues very
favorable, saystlie Republican, The
rood Is being built In first class style
and Is coating about 25,000 per mile.
The silly whim that the rood is mere
ly to be a timber road la thus ahown
to lie baseleas by the coat of the con
struction. . As soon as the flrs depot
is estaliUMbiHl-and trains Biake, regq
lar trjpa, a Una of rapid, tges wui
connect Kktwata FaUaftndjtbe.iftU.
road. , There, will then be joeadaAnd
mure of tha tedUina.aU night ,Ktdea
over tlie mouutaiaa, which heretofore
bavo boon a terror to travelers, es
poclally La the winter.
Oregon Out Of Debt.
Probably no utate In the Union can
show n lietter financial condition
thnn Oregon. The at ate has no out
standing bonded Indebtedness, and
Its current debt are more than off
set by accruing credits. It) other
words, Oregon Is out of debt, and
everything lielnjr collected In ami
paid out that Is due, there would re
main a considerable balance In the
treasury. This, considering the fact '
that 0. W. Davis swindled the state
out of about :0,000, and that some
state otllccrs receive rather large fees
ami iM'riiulHltles. Is a fine showing.
Oregon sets a good example for the
several counties of the state. They
ought to get out of debt and keep
out of debt. except foraeomporutlve-
ly short space of time when some
improvement too costly to pay for
all at once Is necessary. Ill a coin-,
paratlvely new andgrowliigcountry
some debts for Improvements are.
scarcely to lie avoided, but the debts ,
of some of Oregon's counties and:
cities have Is-cn greater than was
necessary, or than was Justified by l
results. There has been, on the
whole, an Improvement, however, '
in this resiKH-t, during the past (ew
years. Several counties are prnetlo-1
ally out of debt, others have reduced
their debts, and the same Is true of
some of the smaller cities. Even
Multnomah County and Portland,
i n.it withstanding the heavy ex.endl-
tures necefsary here, an- lieglnnlng
to galll oil their indebtedness, or '". "mpllaii.-r ;llh tin- pr.ivi.l.n,. l Hi,,
' act of I niiiircaanl Jmir X. IN7M I'lilUlcil, "All ai'l
have nearlv attained a ousltion 'V'h' '"' ,ln,J '"'V1 '"' '
1 . allltirma. Ort-suii, Nvvaila, and In Waalilna-
w herein they can gain It, ami Is-gln , I"'! T'Lr.r,.l,MrT" .'V'i,",", '" '"
" 1 IaiiiI SiaUta ly art nl Aimuat I, IMK, th dillaiw-
to wipe it out, while building uii the ''' i"" ' " y il m mia ..m
1 : thuir awiirn lati-iiiitnia. tiiH-lt :
city too. in :ior at themost Ts. years. , IIo)t1lm .X: Ht ,
instettd of going more heavily in X 'mX''i:
debt all ( the time, as Host on. New K- M.
York and other lnruei-lties do As n "' Anrilaen.-oiiiiiT uf riii-lialla. Hiatniir Waale
nirK aim oininarM imestio. 'H.,i, .,OII,,i,ii-ntNo. IMU lor the i.iir-
city we shall probably (ollow the jt'T'5 nk,k win 31 "U N '4 N U
usual routine, Imwever, Increasing 1 ( k.? , .
our debt about In proportion to our , VaT S?t hk'sW T'.'uTi
growth, but the.c.iunty can and ; NW. ' tTii" J :.fi,.H ' '.A K T M' .. ' . .,
1 - I That llit-y will uffi-r pruof to alioay that fliv
should plan and work to get out of i:'"L?,U'.,'J m"!" hMi' " " '""'
, " " alone than lor aicriiMiltiiral purNa and in n.
debt, as other counties have done, : 1? !',','",'' '!' e""r "i'1 """ '.
ami as it is eueotirageil to tlo by the
CMIIIIIile of the state Teli-irntin
t.Miniii oi us sum. j digram.
Pure Bred Cattle Sales.
I he Statistical record of sales of
puiv-bred cattle in the United States
during tin-year l!KC is published in
The Urii ilei- M (iiizetle, and says in
part 'molt- than two and a half
million dollars exchanged at auction
sales for iH-dign-ed Is-ef cattle during
the year just closed concretely ex-1
presses a fact which clearly Indicates!
the expansion of a mighty Industry
in America. The figures show an In-!
crease of more Ihan a half million j
dollars in the volumiie of business i
transacted at the block this year
compared with last. An important
und significant feature of the year's
trude Is the wide spread distribution
I of bulls. New sections of the country
have ts-en Invaded and registered
bulls sold where grade sires long
have flourished. Pulls and females
were distributed by the enterprising
Miort-liorn and Hereford Associa
tions in the Northwest from Sioux
Falls to Spokane.
The general average of pure-bred
cattle sold during the year Is its (ol
Breed No.Sold. Total. Average
07 0SH.012 2(15.70
A I lerdee n-A gs. 1 ,0UT
IUd l'olls 140
Galloways.. .. 200
rolled Durm's 150
The peculiar cough which indicates
roup is usually well known to the
mothers ol croupy children. No time
should ba lost, in the treatment of It.
at.d lor this purpose no medicine baa re
ceived more universal approval than
.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, , Do not
!!!lu'L"!l,".ble UnMI in experimenting
with Untried remHliaa ' n m.o..
. ifintiiio aa uireciva and all
symptoms of eroop will qoicklv liaap.
paar. r.Fpr.faWbjXaai 4WI1, drpgKhit.
T) tura a CI4 la Oaa bay.
Lai1 A.h"",fTe Qulniaa Tab
u7.,' ),,'rM ,refand,he money, if
Mi s to core E. W7 Orove'r.iKaal,
ture u on each bos. 85 c. 00 b
Too muoh housework wreck wo
man' nerves. And the oontant
care of children, day and night, I
often too trying for even utrong
woman. A htiggnrd fuen tell the
story of the overworked hmwewlfn
and mother. Itamngcd niiinw,
letioorrhu-a mid (idling of tho
womb result from overwork.
Every housewife needs remedy
to rcjjtilnte her mensex and to
keep her ennltive fenmlo o-pns
In erfoot condition.
it doing t hit fur tlioiiKumUi of
American women to-duy. It cured
Mrs, Jones Hiid that la why she
write this (mnk letter :
OUndMna, Ky., .. 10,'IMI.
I am ao glad that your Win of Cardial
U helping ma. I ant laaltiia; batur tkmu
I hava 111 tur yaara. I am dolnf mr
owi wnrk wlthoat u; halp, mnd I
nihid laat wk Mtit araa not on bit
ilrad. Thai ahowa Owl tha Win U
(tola m food. 1 am rattla flaahlar
than I avar waa hafora, ud alaap fond
and aai baarty. Hafnra t bo-aa la&lna
Wlaa of Oaxdat, I naad to aava to lay
down (It or ata flat ovary day, bat
bow 1 doao4tiaof lylof dowa Ihmuicb
tha day. Ma. nioaaaD Joaaa,
1.0 AT HBI'tMVIINTa.
Far aaHe aad IIMMtara, lidrwi, f1'- rrma
tmm: "la. LaJUa' a,Uu,t Hwilmal -, laa
UtHHliO MaOKIa la., CaaWaa.aa. rasa.
timmjr land notice.
I'liltcd Htali-a lnil OHIcr at Laki-vlt-ar, Orv-u-on
NnvtMiiiM-r l.'l. in. Nnlli-v la hnri-br rlyrn
; m" Z " "
I Thry nanwaa wlliM-aara: William Irk and
I ( harlea cn-w, ol lloiulain, WaahliiKton, Jamta
T Wlf ol Alnri:mii, M a.lilliKtoli, rrana llol-
! lliiK"orih. ul N.-ww rry, On-aoii, and K. W.
i M.-rnn. nl I'ortland. ir-Kun. Any and all iri-
i saitiH clatlctitiiac aiivi-ra.'! tlie alnmt dt-wrrllH-d
'""'l. nr. r.-.iiri.-,l .. rllr tli.-lr clalma III thla
, iifhi-t- mi oi If-luri- .hhi Imli ilay ill April HUM.
"" ' t. M. IUiattaik, lt.gi.in.
for an, out allllng or aual
iiiK aioca taloiirfiim to tl-i
South Eastern Oregon
!iuo Stock Association
Will ba fivan lor tha aroat aisl don.loUoo of any par
aon or paraona ataallfaj any atoca balonglnj
to omnlnra of Uila AaauclaUon.
J. D. COUarlLIN,
J, n. INNES, President.
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