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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1903)
k ' f ' PAILY EA8T-0WE OONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1903. a
FOB' HARVEST TIME
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1 Schlitz beer costs twice I
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in the brewing. One-half
pays for the product; the fl
other half for its purity,
une-nait is spent in
clemlineis. in filtering even sH
.the air that touches it, in
filtering the beer, in ster-
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it pays the cost of aging
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I we deliver it.
If you ask for Schlitz 1
vou pet nuritv anil ace. kiB I
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you pay no more than
beer costs without them.
Phone 51 Main, H
507 Main St., Pendleton
PENDLETON THE CENTRAL
POINT FOR WORKINQMEN.
Wages will 8tart Off Better Than
Last Year Many Expert Harvester
Men In Umatilla County Teams
From Grand Ronde Haul Grain.
Uses Groceries I
Many people, however, do
7 not Know ttiat most of their
is rifllllrnrrirrl ? cnlium.
I inc manufacturers. Such
concerns do not get our
trade. Our goods are fresh
and first-class and our prices
are as low as good groceries
are sold for
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RlllctHOI tfenli I'ruIlM lu -on-on T
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iRigby-Clove Mfg. I
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iplRepairs for all kinds of
Foundry Work a Specialty
uaan paw ior oia castings
No other point In tho Inland Em
pire witnesses such a gathering of
harvest hands at this season of the
year, as Pendleton. The sheep shear
er, returning from tho Montana cor
rals, makes this city the first ob
jectlvo point; the logger, whoso Job
has been temporarily spoiled by the
low water of tho mld-summor season;
tho farm hand whose summer fallow-
lug is done; tho woodchonpor from
the mountains; the expert hnrveatei
men from all the wheat country ad
jacent, and every Idle man In tho
mining camps, and on tho road, flock
hero to begin the harvest season.
Tho use of tho combined harvester
has reduced tho former number of
harvest hands by fully one-half.
xno largest Harvester is now op
eratcd by flvo men. and these live
men do a work which formerly re
quired from 12 to 20. One driver
handles 2G to 30 horses, on the largo
machines, si header man nttnnlK tn
' tho header part of tho combined.
sack-so.wer and a "jigger" handlo tho
threshed grain and a separator tend
or keeps the machinery In order and
Each of theso men has a certain
number of horses to care for, as part
or tlieir duties, and they all hope for
the advent of the steam harvester,
as a rolief from the duties of feeding
and grooming five or six horses in
tho wee sma' hours.
Tho usual number of harvest hands
is congregating In the city now, or
nro headed this way, In expectation of
securing at least two montns' work,
From Information gathered from
the fnrmers, and thoso owning har
vesters, it is learned thai harvest
wages will start off this year about
as usual, if any variation is to bo
shown from last year's wages, they
win oo nigner this year.
Drivers on tho iG-horso machines
will receive this year $3 and f 3.50;
tho header tender, $2 and $2.50; sep
arator tender, $1; sack sower, $2.50
and $3, and tho "jigger," who assists
tno sack sower, $2 and $2.50.
The smaller machines, on which
but 12 horses nro used, only employ
two men, n driver and a man who at
tends to all tho other duties. Theso
machines will cut 20 acres per day on
nverage ground, while tho 2G and 30
horse machines will cut from 27 to 30
acres, with flvo men.
nesido the machine men tliero aro
always two or threu extra men with
tho harvester outfit. One cool; and an
assistant and a general roustabout,
are absolutely necessary to complete
One of tho most important features
of -tho Umatilla county harvest is tho
grain hauling from tho Held to tho
warehouse. This work employs u
largo number of men and teams, and
Is a lucrative division of tho harvest
work. Many teams from Grand
Rondo, Idaho ami other points cunio
Umatilla county to work during
,For a good smoke? vThen
o get a Recruit 5 c cigar?
When you touch the
to it you'll understand
why it's at the front with
the great army of smokers
TWO BANDS FROM RECRUIT CIGARS ARE EQUAL
TO ONE TAG FROM STAR TOBACCO IN SECURING PRESENTS
SaVe the 'Band
tho harvest Reason
pro 11 table.
and find it very
Pet nrmjiirvri r
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companieb stand first in the
lltford Wire Insurance Co.$12,259,07b
jnnce Ansnrniifn ( V, 'i rwo twa
kf jilon & IiMicaahlre Fire
.rtistirance Co 2,M4,6.S3
Mth Krltlali & Mercautlle
1 Insurance Co 23,807,153
ANK B. CLOPTON
BOO MAIN STREET
ANOTHER WET HARVEST.
Farmers Now Fear a Repetition of
1894, When a Large Amount of
Grain Was Spoiled In the Fields.
Many or tho prominent farmers
who have expressed themselves on
wie suujeci. rear thoi another wet
harvest season is to be experienced
In this county, from all indications, at
The last wet year which visited the
Inland Empire was tho harvest of
1S94, when many thousands or bush
els of grain were spoiled in tho stack,
many thousands moro in tho sack,
after threshing, and In tho Palouso
country, many fields were not cut at
The season of 18SH resembled this
year very much in tho Way the rains
continued through Juno and up Into
July. At first there was a threaten
ed drouth, many of the crops being
runuiii-ti nj- mo continued dry weath
er of Jlny. and earlv June. .Inst hr..
fore harvest tho rains set In and con
tinned In'-essantly, from July until
October with very few days of sun
shine In that entire period.
The weather Is now loo cool to
ripen wheat and tho continued rnlns
of tho past few weeks, while they
have saved the crops, aro now at tho
danger point with many fields. A
two weeks' period of warm sunshine
Is now badly needed to ripen and ma
il"'" the grain In this and adjacent
The corn crop of Umatilla and the
neei crop or union counties aro bo
Ing made by this continued rain, but
wneut can now not n onir wltlumt It
nnd must have dry, warm weather in
which to mature.
fMOt one-tenth of tho wheat
of tho county Is bolng benollted by
tho presout rain.
Watch Joe Baslei?ys
Ad Next Week and
He Will Give for a Month
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407-412 Main Streot
The Furniture Man
(ELATERITE is Mineral Rubber.)
YOU MAY INTEND BUILDING
or find It necessary to REPLACE A WORN-OUT ROOF
Tillies tho place of shingles, tin. Iron, tar and gravol, and all proporcd
roofings. For lint nnd steep surfacoH, guttors, valloys, etc. Kasy to lay.
TomporcJ for nil cllmatos. Itcasonaulo In cost. Sold on merit. Quaran.
teed. It will pay to ask for price" nnd information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
Worcester Building. Portland.
Working Night and Day.
Tho busiest nnd mlcbtlost llifin
thing that over wns ma do Is Dr.
King's New LlfO Pills Tlinan nllla
chnngo weakness into strength, list.
lossness into energy, brainfag into
montnl power. Thoy'ro wonderful
In building up tho health. Only 25c
i or Lox, Sold by TuUmmi I- Co.
R e s t a it ran t
Dinner Twonty-fivo Cunts
I'rom 11.30 a. 111, to 7 p. in,
Short ordors a speoiality
Quiok, Courteous Sorvioo
upon all Day and Night
T. A, Oldfather, Prop.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Cor W. Alta and Lillith Sts.
L. Neff, formerly of the Hotel
Alta, has chntRe of the Old Dutch
Henry Feed Vard, and would be
pleased to care for jour horses
Plenty ol stalls, large corrals for
loose horses and cattle.
grain for sale. Chop mill in con-nection.
FIRST AND MONTGOMERY STREETS.
'PHONE MAIN 391,
WE CURE the Liquor Opium, Morphine nnd Tobacco HaDils as surely J
quinine euros a cold. Our treatment clarifies and builds "D mc 1 w :
Ono of our patients recently said: '1 never felt so well In my
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Oils and Axle Grease
T have a largo stock of castor machine,
hlack and cylinder oils, graphite, Tnvlor
nnd castor oil, axle greaso, compound in
bulk and buckets. Got my priceb be
fore buying your harvest supply.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
, Office 1
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