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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1904)
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C. O. METZKER.
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a heeonil l lais Mail, r.
iOne Year, $2.00
rEM: Six Month I.IH)
(Three Months, 50
l.Aa.Vlt"W, t'REOON, VIC. 15. I4-
Thrt lm-bis. . .
jail I'dunui. . . .
father has leerled Hie union. The
name "scab" has 11 terror for them,
though tbe son feel the disgrace that
he suffered through ilie jrml and arro
gance o( labor and unionism.
In the recent building trades strike in
New York there was developed a pecul
iiir situation li nt is almost unMievahle.
The helers or apprentice inn cer
tain lino 01 trade are innnv o( them uien
of 40 to 50 years of They hud Utn
apprentice since their lmyhood with no
hope of becoming journeymen. They
ilwk iBoJiin t yr ertf railed out with the journeymen on
SI IV IS l ( ' uw ' " , ,
i too rti tivnui; iui Brite. Tlie proprietors declared lor the
sin 9ii.i'..i'.vi ui open hop, railed la-k the apprentices
1". iv iv i 7l Hi 1
tui''ii i..!!'!-!") aud gave them the journeymen's place.
That was dreadful.
Kecei.tly in Sun Francisco nil editor
who has had many year' experience di
rectum the inae up id new MpniMira,
books Hiid other printed iimltor, t i
reditu: two printer in the makeup of a
cia-r- jt r in u union oMice. To expe
dite On- oik mill save nneof the print
ers the '.line and !Uir that should have
Sheep or Cattle Ranch.
More ranches (or sale. This time a
l.aiin raneh f 14 forties IvlnB along '
Pitt Kiver, and control a vast range on '',',i"nti '
. , I Vlrr-Pres hlenl
the bank ol the river and (or miles
. , . . . , Hocrslary ol Stair
back. Tin stock ranch t a snap at .j
fiWOO. Write to the lke County r x- nretary Interior.. . .
miner (or particular. twreiary of War
In addition M the aln.ve 14 forties wenwy
, . . c :i wrfmrr ni ..tiinnierc". .
there are 3 forth- lying 4 or f .
distant, on w hich there are two large )Wlllllr umiiral
spring. The alaive price is lor the en- Attorney OvnuraJ
tire 17 tnrtiita .
' hn-retary of Htata
Ilfarrt Uaa l laal rrr. Treaaurer
United State Land OtHee, l.akevicw, ! Atuirni-jr (ii.nrral
Ore. Nov. 3. 1!HM. Noli.-e i hereby given Inatroethm
that llattie Chandler td Ijikevi w , Ore.,
ha flletl notice of intention to make,
tialrjt and Fwxt font
I'. H. Si-naiorn
Hard fur Non-Union Boy's.
The f-iUi'W iiiil UiiH tnken frmn an
tint i i t . i. it: iMp-r if Sun I'mtu-in'ii
4lt!nnc t lie ni-ei.r L.-ilmr I'liino t'un
ti'i I ii ni i;i tint city:
Tin- Anieriean I -y ha- rit.!,;s whii-h
theiaUit mdol.y r-ln-uid l-e cmiilx-iicd to
rf-;n-ct. They are e-ii.v.i'.utioi-ul rikrlii
pnmf un hi ibnert land claim No. 43il, j
i for the nw ' of ae'4. ' of e4 ec. lf t oiiirri-oiru
! and nw 4' of ne4 mi-. LM tp. '. S. U 2t
; E, W. M- iH-fore Kegiater and Ueceiver : "l"" -"'"
'at ljikev.ew. Hregon, on Monday, the ;
i l!th day of lleceniln-r, 1!H. -"'"'i""
j lie name the following witnee to A,l"r,"'J'
j prove the complete irrigation anl recla j,u,u Si imu.r ..
o'liti.ui of aid land : .1. M. curry, John
jearl. Win. M... k.Th,m. o.ril,ie. all of . K.-prri.i.tfre.
; I.akrview, (regon. ( Jiul(-
45-4'J J, N. ATaos, Kegiater
,. John Hay
Uit M. Hbaw
. .. E. A. If KftifcM-k
Wm. H. Irfim1)f
. . (ieo. It. fortt-lyou
Hi-nr C Payne
. !'.('. kiini
(ten. K. ('hamhor)ata
r. I. luintiar
. . t a. Moora
A.M. Craw lord
J. II. Arknrnian
...J. K. Whltnef
, ....J. W. Hal'y
t J. It Mlli-hcll
j ('. W . f ilium
t ttitiRT'T t C or mi w II
jj. N. llllaniaiili
(', V.. W nlvi-rinn
It h lU all
I . A. Moore
n. E, CHURCH DlRGCTom
Plan of an, vice of panior of tl jj i
Church, I-akevlew. lt ...j Sr(1
daylfrrf each month.
Detbel at II a. m , and w
Creek at 7 p. m., 2nd and 4th &un,Ull
of each month.
Lakeview at 11 a. n.( and 7 f.
I'rayer meeting Thnraday 7 p. m. $u
Sniidny Union School Hotiw at 11 ,
Ukeview at 7 p. m. You are rordi.ii,
invited lo all the aervicea.
Piakftiro 8kyie, Tiiitot.
that would l grai,t.-d by any tumoral. ie i,.,, ,or,i t,v an apprentice, the
4ioitrtofeijuity.il the land. They an- alitor carried wmie type ai:r,-s the room
right to acquire an wlucatmn and the ,a Uid tt on the atone w here the print
right to larn a trade. The latn.r VT ,lls rt.ai)v , ,,rKWa with the make-
omoni. o not now respect tliee rights 1I0 Ti,e ; int. r droniwd the work lie
of the American boy. But they will.
An incident occured at I'alo Alto re
caue the ediior had no right, under the
rule ol the union, to "lift1' tyjie as he
acentlythat illustrate. It is a brief ; hlli lt, , t.MriL Tl.u t he work wan
Story, and a simple one a Htory of the (iehied iur ,.vi.rili i,,,,,, UMlll tllt.
cru-i,:.; g out cf the i.tnhiMon of an
other printer h;nl tinitlifd the woik he
Ho! For the West.
Tell vour friend ttmt the
r.nn ji-iuctAt, Murrau-T.
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W . 1, MiHtre
Jotin A. liyi-iH k
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K. (I. Atiltrnm
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f. W. IH-Ill
J. F. Clarkxin
TIUBIR UXII KeTlll.
United Slate Land Ollii-e, Ukuyij,
Oregfon, October 27th, l'.KM. Snin t
hereby given that in tHunpliaraw n
the proviaton of the act of (Vtiiov- .
June 3. 187H entitled "An ai-t li.ru,
aale id timlier lartda in the iatmtl(( J
itortiia, Oregon, Nevada, uml Vtm.
Ion Territory, a exieiuled to all
i'nhlie Land Mate hv act of Anoint 4
J'.'2, Mantir I J. Na'arri of Ukei'
county of lake, atate of I In-iion, in
Ih.v filed In thi ollice I, in morn mu.
V.. "Itl i... .1... i .w
,1,, mi, . i. . . I'm int. piircuae n ii
: HchiHil Hupt ..
i-olonifU : tiireyur
American boy. who, by the dictum of j wa ,jii,g on another form,
a waiting delegate of the cwrpenters" j lint theae name prinlem that object to
union, io forced to reHi.quieh hit- choeen tie Uiu, uj tVpe by a man who toulJ
trade or stifle Liadeeire for an education. , l.oiig to the union if be deaired.
And Palo Alto is in California, and !,-., itt...f ti,..i,i..r i.. n.,iL .,rr .,,,1
boy of bimaelf by going to the atero-
California is one of the free American
In laat vamtion time thin boy decided
tijton learhiue the carpenter trade. The
walking delegate came along and de
manded that be join the union. The
boy gladly did ao. Then be decided to
4jvide bia time between the achool
houae and th ehop, as be wished to
continue bia etndiea, so that when be
became a journeyman carpenter be
'might likewiae be fitted intellectually
for the highest position that a mechanic
may aspire to. 'Without choolatic ed
ucation he did not feel assured that the
higher attainment in carjientry
That was a laudable ambition. The
boya father waa proud of him. He
could foreee a (mora of honor
aad eontentmeot, if not wealth, for a
boy who aongbt both eductaion and a
Then the walking defecate batted in
again. He informed the boy that he
mini quit school or be ejected from the
ISecause tbe walking delegate of the
Carpenter' Union had ordered it.
And tbat'a enough.
A boy applied for the privilege of
learning the bricklayer' trade in San
"But you are not the tun of a brick-!
laver," caid the waiting delegate.
"Then y ju'ie barred "
Another boy applied. He waa the
on of a bricklayer. Eligible. Yea
' tSut you are pm-t eveoteea yeara old,"
aid the walking delegate.
"What have you been doing all
"Going to school."
liut the buy had paaaed the age limit,
ile wasn't allwod to learu father's trade
after he bad got an education.
Not many years una a young- lutu
typer's establishment and carrvjng back
some stemtyped plates for their use
because they did not allow the appreu
ticea to do that work.
That shop got no more of that work.
The illustration might be multiplied
many fold. But the multiplication
would prove tbe fact no truer than the
policy of the labor unions in restricting
apprentices is driving the boys of the
cities into the streets and highways to
become tramps and criminals.
Tbeae boya who are deprived of the
privelige of learning trades to-day are
the men ol to morrow. What sort of
men wiil they become! Will they be
come reflected, honored, intelligent
and useful citixens, or disgraced, useless
vagabonds and criminals?
These are questions for the labor
unions to ansa er. And they an give
but one answer. But to stop the nec
essity for that answer by opening the
shop lo the American boy.
And they will do it right soon, or the
proprietor of the shop will himself do
the opening. The fathers of lhe boys
(continued tin pajre wven.)
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rate are eoing intoeffect March 1st 1!05, j ( nrnmlMliiiicra J
to expire May 15th, I!H)5. The rate j aunik InBtwetor
from Chicago, III. , will lie $X1. Peoria, j
III. , f 31. t. Louis, Mo. and New Or- ' s
leans. Iji. , f:tO. Council Bluffs, la. , More School Land For Sale.
Sioux City la. , Omaha, Neb. , Kaunas j pu r),,.,,,, ,, ,, mw term
City, Mo , llineola, Tex. and Iloustan the west half of sec. 2ti, tp. 2 S K 20 K.
Tex., Hates apply to muin line Also the west half of ec. 2S, tp. lis, h.
points in Nevada and California. K 11) K.
For further inf irmation apply to Ail this land Is unimproved and being
Southern Pacific Co. Agent, or to, ha-ated as it i. make it very valuable.
Jons M. ft'l.TON, Write or call at this ollice for partic-
D. F. & T. A., So., Pac. Co.. Reno, Nev. I ulnra. tf
Se. S see. 1, N'w'j
N 12. in Township No. !!H a., K. vc
IS r , M iliuiiii-Ite Mer., and will nft-f
lK.Tto hw that the latid wuplu
Piore valuable for ilk limher or tii
than for agricultural purpose nd to
eaiahlish bia claim to aiiid lhlid bfloo
Kegiater and Keeeiver at Lakeview. bn
gon, on Monday, the liltb day of Jur
11HI . lie nam.- as witneaae: J-mZt
O Hunting, W. A Wtlshire, ha
Young, F.Uie Kusaell, a I of Lakenet,
Oregon. Any and all peraons vlaimia
adveraely the sIhivs deacrihed lindiin
requested to file their claims in tint ci
lice on or liefora said lilt h liar of Jn
44 1 J.N Watsox, lingiit'
Some Real Estate Bargains
We Sell Land on Smallest Commissions
Oar great swaet of youth and beauty for
tbe young woman or tta mutber ia ths
proper uuderatanding of ber womanly sys
tem and well-being;, hvery woman, youi:g
or old, should know krrtelf and her phys-'
icai make up. A good way to arrive at
this knowledge is to get a good doctor
book, such, for instance, aa the "People's
Common benae Medical Adviser," by SL V.
Pierce M. l., which can readily be pro
cured by sending twenty-one ct-uU in one
cent stamps for paper-bound volume, or
tliirty-oue cetiui for cloth-bound copv, ad
dre-Uiiig Ir. K. V. Pierre, at buffalo, N. Y
The change from maidenhood to woman-
hood is one thus involves the whole hodv
tit ii, . , - i duum la one urn involves me wuoie uoov
iieah from school ami eagi-r to lear hit. Tie trajn at this time upon tlie Mood
father's trade wan dej.rivej of that priv- forniing airueiuie may U- t., gre..!, Dia-
' ' I orders of tlie tuiict:-Ji peculiarly lenuiiiiic
iiege liecause the lii-t of aipreiitices was' are nearly aiw.iTK ik-jH-ndi-iil uou le-
.. j 1'i-live ti'i'.iition. In all buck caiK lr
limited. J triveii from one shop to an-j Pieroe's I it v.. me Iif m rmtiou in juxt the
,i . i . ii : i i . i i ' vegetable toiuc lor the female system,
other hv walking ileh-L'dU-.i, he was uill-i . .
' " ; "I eaiiina rxiio-M uiv llianka fortlie tieueat I
iiml.tlv ili-lffn itii.. ,.riM..ii I..- it... bU,. u: have lc iveU lri.i-1 lr. l-ierce' metluiie-a
,.. . wr.iea ti. Inliua Wthrly, of Canilinilue.
force, and tbrmgli perjury.
The union had gut rid of him.
liut they had nu longer control of him.
liu learuvd tbe tfa-le, wearing lUii
strijx-s of a t-ouvict. When he returned
to his pareuta' home he found two eop
le w hj believed in his iiuioceiicc, lie
hat- ifi'owti to msulcio I now, and father
and cuu a oik aide by aide, j'mcv the
che..-.cr Co. nl. l took f-'avoritc l're.iii-
tiun and f'cl I'.jt a perfect euic liu. 1m en
efiix-teil. kI liic tiiaukiiiK you lur Ilie klull
and Utherly letUl wQich you w rote .
Ir Pietce'a h'avotite Prescription was
the first ec!uMVcly vomaa's tome mi Ii
tuarart. It Mas sold more largely iu the
past third -of a century thn any other
uieilicine for women. Ijo not let Ihr UaiK
gmt pel mi, icli- you to tiy some cuu pound
that hoa not had tbe IiaI of so Uiauy yval'
Iir Pierce's I'll Hunt pellets almulU bs
tiaed w ith "l avonie I'm -lintiou ' V hefc
vet a UaUv ia ituntU.
UuUiilruvdlMi& for sale near
Paisley. In sections 2H, ii, IS, 14, 23,
in tps34 K. IB.
I'ulmprtt rd Land lor sale, Dear
Paisley. In section 35, 33, 30, 2tl, tps
33, K. 18.
L'ulmprovrd'-Land for sale on Lower
Cbewancan. In sections 13, 10, 26, 86,
tps 35, R.20.
KlumMth county. Land for sale.
Unimproved, at a bargain, write (or
particulars and numbers.
Valuable 1'uxlurv. We will sell pas
turelandin large or small trails. If
you own laud in Lake county and 'want
to buy utioc.-upiud laud iadjoiuiiig it
wtaM Tim e.aaimner.
TlmlH-r A;i ). In Camas Prairie.
Home tine patches of timber can lie
bought at this ollice.
Xtrur Lukevkrw. Oue mile south is
80 acres of pasture land. Write or call
at this office if you want to buy.
Crooked tW.-ff, have for aala
tome valuable pasture lands In Crooked
Creek valley that can be had reasonable.
A btrt JUAe. Pasture land at the
south end of Abert Lake can be had
reasonable. Write for.prieei id par-ticulart.
The Examiner Company.
C. 0- METZKIIR, Agent
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