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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1902)
PIPING FUEL OIL
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1902.
More than Half
THREE HUNDRED MILES
OF PIPE LINE.
the banking business of the
United States is done on a
capital less than one-third as
large as the assets of The
Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York.
Oitl 67 per cent. ( total baok clrarancM ef the
cuntry in 1901 pasted through New York
CmMoed capital New York CltjiQeirinr; Houie banV
Aawta The Mutual Life Ioauranc Co. of New York
Your life insurance policy
is not protected by such secur
ity, unless it is in The Mutual.
Write to-daj far "Where Shall I Inturer"
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York
Richard A. McCvxoy, President.
SHERWOOD QII.T.KSPY, Manager
Cosnc To Us
For your lumber and
material of all descriptions and
you will save money and get
first-class stock. We can sup
ply you with !
Great industry of California Oil
Pumped Through Iron Pipes From
Kern County to Point Richmond,
on San Francisco Day.
Itegardlng the 300-mlle pipe line
from Kern county, California, to
Point nichnjonil on San Francisco
Hay, the Pacific Oil Reporter says
that Instead of following the bay shore
on the level as Point Ulchmontl Is
npproached, the line will make a
short cut over the elovatlon of 300
feet. A pumping and heating sta
tion Is located nt the foot of thi
grade on tho east side of the hill
The oil will bo heated so that it
leaves the station at about 110 de
grees temperature. The pumps ex
ert a pressure of 000 pounds.
10,000 Barrels a Day.
Heavy Kern oil at 110 decrees
flows like water, and with pounds
pressure behind It will llov " tha
hill and enter the tanks at Point
Richmond at tho rate of 10.000 bar
rels a day. This will be tho mini
mum amount pumped dally.
Oil Pipes From the East.
The lino will be put in operation
soon after the first of the year .the
early date depending upon the ar
rival of pipe from the East. When
first operated the pipe will be cold
and the oil will cool more rapidly
than after the line has been operation
a row days. On tho start out a sing!'
set of pumps will be used at each of
tho ten pumping stations; but they
building are all equipped for a double set of
pumps so that when the demand for
oil requires 50.000 barrels a day It
can be sent into the Point Richmond
tanks. This will bo at tho rate of
7.300.000 barrels a year.
CABLE FOR HONOLULU.
brick and sand.
We make a specialty of wood
gutter- for barns and dwellings.
Oregon Lumber far
otjp. Coun House.
The Qtieen Hotel
The new building, 36 by 80,
recently erected by joe. Ell, on
Garden. street, between Court and
Alta, is now open to the public.
Contains 30 well lighted, and venti- n
lated and newly furnished rooms
Not an inside room in the build
ing. Modern inprovements, elec
tric lights and baths. The Hotel
is directly back of of the Queen
Chop and Oyster House on Main
street, and the Queen Chop House connecting the cable at this end will
and the Queen Hotel will be run
in connection by Messrs.
Olson & Van Paymbroeck
British Steamer Arrives at San Fran
cisco With the Long Wire.
The Rrltlsh steamer Silvorton ar
rived Thursday, carrying the cable
which is to be laid between this port
and Honolulu, says the San Francis
co Commercial News. She sailed
from Portland, England, on Septem
ber 23, covering the distance of 14.
000 nautical miles in 72 days. Th
Silvorton was built in 1S73, and is
owned by the India Rubber. Qutta
Percha and Telegraph Works Com
pany, popularly called the Sllvertou
Cable Company. She is of 1935 tons
gross and 3724 tons net measure
ment. 350 feet in length, 55 feet in
breadth, and 34 feet and six inches
in depth. She was at this port many
years ago, and took a cargo of wheat
to England. In addition to 32 of
ficers, cable and electrical staff, slio
carries 127 cable handlers, crew, and
petty officers. Her average speed at
a consumption of 33 tons South Wales
coal per day, Is 9.5 to 10 knots, and 11
knots under sail and steam. In her
three circular tanks the Silverton
carries three coils of cable, weighing
all 4S07 tons, sufficient to cover
the 2099 nautical miles between hero
and Honolulu, while in the hollow
cones in the centers of the tanks
is coiled spare cable, apparatus and
coal. The vessel has on board 6507
tons, which brings her to a depth of
28 feet and 8 Inches. The work of
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; & C. K. Depot
commence as soon as possible. When
that Is finished, sho will leave port,
paying out on a revolving drum over
which the cable makes four or more
turns. Tho average speed of the ves
sel while laying the cable wjll be be
tween six and seven nautical miles
arr hour. In a depth of 2000 fathoms
the cable will touch bottom about 20
miles astern, or in about three hours
after passing from the ship. C. H.
Mackay, president, and G. G. Ward,
vice-president of the Commercial
Cable Company; W. 11. Haker and E,
C. Uradley, vice-presidents of tho Pos
tal Telegraph, Company, will arrive
from New York early next week, to
see the cable connected at San Fran
My Name is Mortgage,
am the finishing (ouch ot
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
Low Cash Prices
are what the Miller Cash
Grocery has to offer.
Baking leave your orders for
cakes or pastry of any kind.
Lodges and parties supplied at
very low prices.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
Miller Grocery Cn
" "Are you familiar with tho motives
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY nLdelfmonoy "' Tck" "Ye9' h
I am the last requirement on tho
You may build ever so grandly,
ou may turnlsh ever so richly
ou may construct ever so poorly,
1 aoiue with composure with each.
Wealth does not embarrass me.
Poverty does not discourage me.
I get Into correspondence
With my environments
And composedly put in my time.
Patience is my principal virtue.
Waiting creates my wages.
I am the Invisible man
Put into the house to collect.
Those who wine and dino as guests.
Do not suspect my presence.
Hut I chnlk my dally balance nil 'the
I am great on the furm.
Abundant crops do not excite me.
Nor poor, ones discourage me.
I am moro industrious than the
farmer. Woodward (O. T.) News.
Saved at Grave's Brink.
"I know I would Hng ago havo been
in my gravo," writes Mrs. S. H. Now
som, of Decatur, Ala,, "if it bad not
boon ror Electric Hitters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from tho
worst lormB or indigestion, water-
brash, stomach nnd bowel dyspepsia.
mil inis excellent medicine did mo a
world of good. Since using It I can
ear. neariiiy and havo gained 35
pounds." For indigestion, loss of ap
petite, stomach, liver and kidney
iroumes, lucerne uittor3 are a posi
tive guaranteed cure. Onlv BO PAnfn
nt Tallman &. Co.'s drug atoro.
Of Useful Presents
and Nobby Novelties
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HOLIDAY buvinir is frenuentlv put off until just a few days before Christmas when p'onlel
t hprttiict cither; have anticipated the usual rush and ;pnirafi a.
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CROSS CUTS TO COHFORT AND ECONOMY IN CATCHY CHRISTHAS PRESENTS
Our line of parlor
goods has been
selected with an
eye to the beautiful
as well as the good
Axminster and Smyrna rugs
Buffet for the dining room
Couch for the parlor
Dresser for the bed room
Easel for that nice picture
Fine rocker for wife and hubby
O'ame boards for the long winter evenings
Hall tree for that vacant space
Iron beds in various colors
Just set- our fine chiffoniers
Kitchen treasures and cupboards
Ladies desks and bookcases
Aorris chairs and rockers
Mice combination cases and china sets
Odd parlor chairs and parlor suites
pictures, wall pockets and hat racks
Quartered oak side boards
Rockers from 75c to $40
Stands, music cabinets and mirrors
Tables for dining room and parlor
Umbrella stands and hall seats
Very nice lounges and Davenports
Willow rockers for. old and young
Xmas presents useful and pretty, all
You want from a to
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We have a very
fine line of
and the prices
Come in early while the stock is complete, select a pretty, usefulpresent for that dear one
you Know deserves it and we'll set it aside, attach a neat Xmas card and deliver it as you may order
Yours for a
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
MAIN and WEBB Sts.
Remember the Place
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Yours for a
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
MAIN and WEBB Sts.
Proprietor of the
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Young man, do you desire to lay!
the foundation for weal.h? Elderly1
men, do you wish to Insu-c yourselves I
a competency? 1
it so, do as others havo done. Look
around you and see who are the well-to-do
men In the community m..
UIUUIl VOllr monno I
real estate. Commenm n ..i
7,:u r, 'm",fu Payments, or for
v"""i " iuiiuwiug properties:
A house with C rooms n n-
and lot " t;A
A pretty cottage and lot . . ooo'oo
A houso and two lots 70000
A dwelling, stable and lot . . 70000
A dwelling, stable and 2 lota 900.00
Vacant lots from $150 to $300
A block or 14 lots 120000
A hair block. 7 lots .. 90000
A plat or 4 lots "
A plat or 2 Iota .....WW
E- D p0VD "I Court Street
Despain & Clark
Will pay cash for poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and all day. Chickens,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Office in 1. O. Building
Come, Get Oar Quotations
hall section of fine
land, all VSSi.
low, north of Pert
Dally East nn-nnnU. u.. """T
only 15 cent, a wieu " B"rr,,r'1
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
...,U S' Supreme Court
U. 8. Patent Ofllce
U. 8. and FOREIGN PATENTS
Trade ilntU and Oopyrlghti
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uncc north of lwn
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short fl I
nnn WAIN STREEt
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