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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1903.
ffhe Peoples Greatest Outfitters j
FACTORY WILL OPEN
LA GRANDE SUGAR MILLS
TO BEGIN SEPTEMBER 1.
UR annual School Sale of boy s
Suits blioob, uaps anu uu mo
Rvinrts nncessarv to put thorn
In shape for hard wear of tho school
Hays, Tatfo auvamugu ui 'r
lortuinty us a iuuuwy iu,n....
v fl'KlDE OF UMATILLA
DY A GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Bonnet and Pride
lla. Made at Home. . nnuut,
Output This Year Will Reach 5,000,
000 of Sugar Beet Crop Liqht, But
of Good Quality Per Cent of Sugar
Very High Yield Will Probably Be
15 Tons Per Acre.
SCHOOL PREPARATION SALE
We are making a special effort to supply Pendleton B ys and
Girls with their Suits, Shoes, and Dresses, needed for the beginning
of the school season, and below list some of the SPECIAL BARGAINS
The Always Satisfactory
ulson coal and wood Beaters. Handled
In-us, 'ooai Biovos ranging m pnc irota
Wood stoves ntnjnnir in price from
52. Our stoves are now ready for your
Dam Washed Away.
I.u Grande, Sept. 11. The sugar
factory's dam, about a mile beyond
the Electric Light Company's power
' house, a mile west of heie, washed
I out ahout 3:3(i o'clock lai night
I The water canie down the river In
great tom-nti.. which leads lo the
Hiippc' Itloii thai a large quantity of
ft a I water bml been turned loose at j'-rry
1PS0N HARDWARE Co.
lain St. Headquarters for fibhinc supplies
I.a Orando, Sept. 11. The sugar
Tactory will start for tho season's run
on September 21.
A preliminary run Is now being
made, to convert tho left-over syrup
from last year Into sugar, and to get
the machinery In readiness for the
regular run. Tlicre Is enough of this
syrup on hand to make 50,000 pounds
of brown sugar. This syrup Is the
residue, left over from the reflulng
process of last year, and is a part of
the regular output of the factory, and
varies with different years, accord
ing to the amount of sugar made.
The beet crop, while very light In
places this year, is over, average in
duality, and many of the fields will
average over 15 tons of beets per
acre, but the valley will probably av
erage 15 tons.
The tonnage oi beets now In sight
will reach 15.000 tons, which should
yield between four and five million
pounds of refined sugar.
The factory will employ about 125
men and boys, and the field belonging
to the factory people will employ ,u
many as inn people, (luring the heel
harvest period. All this labor will Ik
local, white labor as far as It Is pos-
olu.e io bt.uu ll. me i.
white labor Is usually scarce, and to
provide for any emergency tho com
pany has contracted lor 100 Japanese
laborers, In ease the supply of white
labor should prove Inadequate.
The factory will run night and day
and the dally capacity Is from SCO to
100 tons of beets per day. and It will ,
be crowded to the limit in order to
grind up all the crop before the fall
rains begin. Last year considerable
or the late crop was left out on ac
count of the rains. '
The first plowing for the purpose of
gathering the crop will be done on
the Pith, as the haulers will neces
harlly have to start a couple of days
before the factory Is ready for the
Suils for boys, worth $1.25 and
$1 50, for this sale $1.00
Suits for hoys, worth $2.25 and
.$2.50, for this sale $2.00
Suits all grades, two and three piece
knee pants and long pants,
Srcr ial Reduced Pi ices.
Underwear, light weight, only
19c per garment.
Good, heavy shoes, neat and dressy,
Si 35 and $1 6o.
Hoys' heavy lion;, 17c value, for this
sale, 14c Pair.
Hoys' hose, lightweight, 12-ie values,
only 10c Pair.
All styles and prices of Percale and time;
ham dresses reduced 20 pur cent fm
Girls' hose, izjc grade, special sale
price per pait IOj
Girls' hose. 10c graJe, 3 pair for .'25c
Girls' fine rihlied hose, double Knee,
per pair only 15;
Gills' lace hose 25c values, p.iir only. ISc
Girls' fins ribbed underwear 30c jiade
for this sale 25c
Girls' skiits all length and prices. Coni'
uud see them. Utbbous and laces and
combs, all styles and at prices th.it
Saturday , Sept. J 2.
FOR THE MOTHERS
Goci', large comforts filled white cotton, our tegular Si. 50 comfort, special sale price
Cotton blankets, 75c grade, full size, only
Outing flannel, 7c grade, limited special 20 yards
Bleached muslin, limited 10 yards for
All grades Wrappers, Special Reduction of 20 par cent.
The Place to Save Money
.. 1.00 j
fardine and Dav Students. Condneied bv
biers of St. Frances of Philadelphia.
I w It be resumed September 7th.
etc., Apply to
or soiiH point above.
fcage GOLD LEAF Coffee I
Fkets Every package of Gold Leaf Costa Kica
and Gold Leaf Java & Mocha
Coffee contains one ticket. ;
These goods are the best ever
placed on the market for the
money. Try a package and if ;
tint t icf H rri-r rrnrt. It t rv i
1 w""t,v'(J 1 11,1.11111 II IW
will refund vnnr mn.,.. :
pld Leaf brand spices, teas, extracts and baking ;
"iBDest. Once tried always used. ;
COFFEE & SPBGE Co,, Siiffif" :
Marble and Crantte
KfJNUMBNTS, HKUiSrONU", COP
1MIH AND 11UILDINU STONE
'0 no our own wn-t. ...- t
JUL flit ...i, K"mm-" oniun mi
Sloiin 1 u- '"liuntcs tivon 011 all Itlnds nf Cut
1 tn . ,vo larK0 "tocK una would ha pleas
t(' 10 liavo you cMuulue It. ::::::' t :
He will tell you
That bailey - malt is a
half-digested food.ns good
as food can be.
That hops are an ex
That the little alcohol in
beer only 3 per cent
is nn aid to digestion.
But he will tell you that
beer must be protected 1
from germs, and brewed J
in absolute cleanliness.
He'll say, too, that agef
is important, for age brings!
perfect f e r m e n t a t i o n.
Without it, beer ferments
on the stomach, causing
Schlitz beer is brewed with all
precautious. It is the Mob
ilized standard all the worm
over, because of its purity.
AslortUt Brtwtry Battling.
Phone St Main,
507 Mam St., Pendleton
II. W. Lovelancl, Portland.
A, Nylanrter, rortland.
S. A. Howard. Spokane.
MIbs Starr, elty.
V. II. Hingham, Seattle.
Mary Kittrldgc, Baker City.
1". 13. Vorman, Ilutte.
(J. 11. Galloway. Portland.
William Ilaymond. San Kraneiseo.
AI. .1. Monteith, New York.
0. M. HollinKSworth, Portland.
K. H. Poster, Poise.
Will (Jibsoii. Portland.
A. ,r. Kreese, Review,
IS. H. Clarke, city.
Miss Nellie Kwan, Ashland.
W II. Olendonlns, I'ortlnnd.
A. D. Chase, Portland.
Sam Pelser, Portland.
51. .1. Davis, Portland.
Otto W. Spellng, Spokane.
Jacob Schubert. Walla Walk.
S P. Young, Walla Walla.
Ram Prlnser. Kansas City.
Alma D. Katz. noise.
Mim. William Harold, Ellenslmrg.
Mthea E. I.ee. Salem.
1. P. Knight, Minneapolis.
I Salmger, Duluth.
J P Hlckey, Denver.
.1 W Sawyer, Walla Walla.
John W Rurke, Denver.
P P. Uleo. Morris.
K V Sanders, Seattle.
William R. Cross, Athena.
Joseph M. Scott, Athena,
Otto H. Reeds, Athena.
h, J. Dunnagan, Chicago.
C H Hacker. San Francisco.
Golden Rule Hotel
R. V Condra and wife, Sampler.
Rmina Olds, Elgin.
Mrs May Simmons, Spokane.
(Jus Storm, Spokane.
S. S (5111, Spokano.
V J Moore, Spokane.
Mrs. A. J. Wright. Pilot Rock.
II A Wright. Port Towusend.
J Clark, Spokane.
C H Hacker, San Francisco.
William Rudolph, Sibley Ford.
W Paring, Sibley Ford.
I? W Helm. Portland.
C Al Hooker, Portland.
W II Illoaklng, city.
,1 II. Metcalf. city.
J O. Perkins, city.
M J (iuthrlo, Uakor City.
John S. Kelly. Miner.
W E Osborne, Raker City.
SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to 1 3
MORE THAN S30.000 IN PREMIUMS
Greatest Attractions and Biggest
Amusement Features Ever Secured
AGRICULTURAL KPH11HT STOCK .SHOW l-'IHHT KAIII
MINING DKPARTiMKNT KINU ART DISPLAY
EIGHT DAYS RACING
OVKI! ;) HOHHKS HN'I'KRKD Hid KV13NT KACH DAY
$10,000 IN PURSES
Down Town Slrett Carnival Every Night, Vaudeville &r,iaif3
and High Class Circus Features
SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
Concdslonl'rl vizi's furb'alr Write for I'lcuinm 1.1m. 11.0 6'MMMH.tci AM,
"" a'fot I'oatlleton, Oreijon
Near O. K. 4N. Dejiot
IIUANCJIISdOI' AT HUI'i'NKH, OliK.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Red-ridden, alono and destltuto.
Suelivln brief was the condition of
n.i old soldier by namo of J. J. Hav
c Verpalllos. O. For years he
w :. troubled with kidney dlseaso and
i ill her doctors nor medicines gave
, ira relief. At length he tried Elec
trl Bitters. It put him on his feet
In short order and now ho toatlfles:
I'm on the road to comploto recov
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Mdnoy troubles and all forms of
.-.lomach and bowel complaints. On
lv GOr Guaranteed by Tollman &
Do You Want a Cab?
When you want prompt and rella
Mi service call up 'phone Main 161.
Ti I- McKay Cab Co.
TUB BEEH THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
Ross has beou In tho Ico business
in Pendleton thrco years and has al
ways sold the best In tho Icp lino.
His motto has been "No favorites,
I treat nil customers alike." '
Get your guns and Amiiiunitiou from a nuu in the gun business A full stovlt
H. J, STILLMAN, Jf.AiMSK
A HIGH CLASS
Provides an evening of rare enjoyment
Good, clean, wholesome fun. Not a
Near O. R. 8c N. Depot
Admission, 20c Children, 10c
Repnln'ng of all Kinds.