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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1903.
PRODUCTION OF OIL
The Peoples Greatest Outfitters 1
STATISTICS ON THE GREAT
EST INDUSTRY OF AMERICA.
Do You Like i
Its one of the many new 1
styles wc are showing in -j
mens overcoats. Very dressy 1
and comfortable when on. i
The Fall lasts of Flor- i
sheim shoes are nobby, 1
something oat of the ordinary 1
they just come in by express, j
We invite your inspection. 1
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, FMCtlBR CO
If vou sniov.i trood article, then smoke
THE PRIDE OF UMATILLA
PPNH1 .RTON BOO U EX
they are home made and of the best tobacco. A. RHODE, Maker.
Yoo are Taking no Chances When You Use
manufactured and Bold by the Ross Ice Cold
brago Company. No other distilled water ice sold
I the city. Be sure you call up Phone Main 1881
len you want
Isitors Always Welcome at the Plant
All the Principal Oil Regions Are In
creasing In Output Many New
Fields Opened Up Over One Bil
lion Gallons Exported In Past Year.
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kagc Phone Main 17S1
ko Office Phone Main 188 1
ie Package GOLD LEAF Coffee f
pery l0 tickets. Every nackacc of Gold Leaf Costa Rica I
- ' v - - - - J,
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
not satisfactory, return it to I
Grocer and he will
I? 0 lr' Gold Leaf brand spices, teas, extracts and baking
iney are the best. Once tried always used.
KTLAND COFFEE & SPICE Co.. fflf" t
Marble and Cranfto
MONUMKNTS, HRADSTONKS, COP.
IN08 AND UUILIHNtl STONE
Wo 110 our own work and guarantee tho lame nt
lowoat irice. Kstlmnten RiTen on all kinds of Out
Btono. We have a largo stock uirt uou'd le plena.
cl to liavo you examine It. :::::::: :
Stroot Ponilleton, Orecjon
NearO. R. IN.Doi'Ot
nKANCIIlSHOP AT 1IK1TNEI1, OltK.
In his report to the United States
geological survey on the production
of petroleum In 1902, now In press,
Mr. F. H, Ollphnnt notes the follow
ing points as the most conspicuous
features In the production, sale and
oxport of crude petroleum and
products for the year 1902: The pro
ductlon of crude petroleum was
greater than that of any previous
year; there was a slight decrease in
production of the Appalnchlan fiold.
nnd a slight Increase. In the I.lraa-ln-dlana
Arid, .the general average price
for crudo petroleum was less than In
any year slneo 1898; stocks held In
the Appalachian and Lima-Indiana
Holds showed a considerable decrease
principally In tho Appalachian field;
the exports of petroleum in 1902.
were less than In 1901 ; no new pools
were discovered In 1902,
The total production In tho United
States of crude petroleum in 1902
was 80,891,590 barrels, ns against
09,389.194 barrels in 1901, an Increase
of 11,505.890 barrels, or 10.5 per rent
over that of 1901, and of 27 per cent
over that of 1900. The greatest por
tion of tho increase in 1902 came
from Texas and California, the gain
being 5,830,994 barrels, or 132.7 per
cent for Texas, and 5.1S7.518 bar
rels, or 59 per cunt for California, as
compared with their respective pro
ductions In 1901. The increase In In
diana In 1902 was 1,723.810 barrels,
or about 30 per cent over that of
1901. Louisiana produced for the
first time in 1902, the production be
ing 548,017 barrels. The increase in
tho production of Kansas was 152,598
barrels, or about 85 per cent over
1901. Kentucky and Tennessee In
creased their production In 1902 by
47.799 barrels, or nearly 35 per cent.
Indian Territory Increased 27,000
barrels and Wyoming 850 barrels ns
compared with 1901.
The largest decrease in production
in 1902 ns compared with 1901 was
in West Virginia, where it amounted
to 0t;:i, 7S1 barrels, or about 4.5 per
cent; and Ohio, in Its two fields,
showed n decrease of 033,852 barrels,
or nearly 3 per cent. The decreaso
in Pennsylvania was 501,498 barrels,
or 4.5 per cent; in New York. 8C,8SS
barrels, or about 7 per cent; In Colo
rado, 00,218 barrels, or about 14 per
The percentages of production by
fields show n remarkable change
from 190j to 1902. in 1900 the ier
ceutages were: Appalachian field,
57; Uina-lndiana Held, 34; alt other
fields, nearly 9. In 1902 tho respect
ive percentages were: Appalachian
field, 39: Lima-Indiana field, 29; an
other fields, about 32.
The value of the crude petroleum
produced In 1902 was $09,010,384, or
80 cents per barrel, that for 1901
bavlnc been $00,417,335, or 95,7
cents per barrel, a decrease of 9.7
cents per barrel, or 10 ier cent In
1902. The gross amount received for
the total product in 1902 was only
$3,193,013 greater than that in 1901,
although the increase in output was
about, 10.5 per cent greater. Tho av
erage price paid lor wnai is Known
ns Pennsylvania petroleum, which
comprises nearly 95 per cent of tho
production of the Appalachian Held,
was $1.2375 per barrel in 1902, mat
for 1901 having been $1.21, n gain of
nearly 3 cents per barrel. There was
also a gain of nearly 4 contB per bar
rel in the price of tho Uma-Indlunu
petroleum in 1902 over 1901 Cali
fornia petroleum decreased 21.8 cents
per barrel in 1902 as compared with
1901 ,and Texas petroleum decreased
4 55 cents per barrel.
The total number of productive
wolls in the Appalachian and the
Uma-lndlana fields, In 1902, was 11,
320, the number In 1901 having been
9,912. The total number of wells
completed In the United States in
1902 was about 15,800, At an average
cost of $1,500 each these wells repre
sent an investment of $23,700,000, or
about 34 per cent of the gross re
ceipts for all tho petroleum produced
In 1902. t ,
The exports of petroleum and Us
products exceeded 1,000,000,000 gal
Ions In 1902, for the second tlmo in
the history of the industry, the num.
ber of gallons exported being 1.0G4.
233,l!()1, n smaller total exportation
by nearly 15,000,000 gallons than in
Mm 11 ran
, Louisville, Ky.
To cleanse the
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Always buy Lhe genuine
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
stipated; For men, women
Acts best on
Manufactured by the
fiasco, Lai. ewYork,VH.Y.
The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The
full name of the company California Fig Syrup Co. is always
printed on the tront or every package, rncc Jfitty Qxnts per bottle.
If you desire a good complexion use
Mokl Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts
on tho liver and makes the skin
smooth and clear. Cures siclc head
aches. Twenty-five cts. nnd CO cts.
Money icfunded If It docs not satisfy
you. Write to W. H. Hooker & Co.,
Duffalo, N. v., tor tree sampler.. .
II. Schmidt fc Co.. Druggists.
One sorrel horse, weight about 900
pounds. Branded on right shoulder,
"A. 11." combined. Owner can have
horso by calling at my place, two
miles north of Havana, and paying
oxpenso of keeping animal, and for
this notice. j. mil""-
C nl.n.ln.1 T nun n l.rtttt I'AIIT rtfi lilt.
tug and paper hanging; 807 Vincent
We are making a special effort
Girls with their Suits, Shoes, and D
of the school season, and below list
Suits for boj's, worth $1.25 and
$1.50, for this sale $1.00
Suits for Ixtys, worth $2.25 and
$2.50, for this sale $2.00
Suits all grades, two and three piece
knee pants and long pants,
Special Reduced Prices.
Underwear, light weight, only
19c per garment.
Good, heavy shoes, neat and dressy,
$1.35 and $1 60.
Boys' heavy hose, 17c value, for thiH
Bale, 14c Pair.
Boys' hose, lightweight, 12c values,
only ioc Pair.
Saturday, Sept. 2.
FOR THE MOTHERS
Good, large comforts filled white cotton, 0111 regular I1.50 comfort, Sieciul sale jiria
Cotton blankets, 75c grade, fall size, only
Outing flannel, 7c grade, limited special 30 yards
Bleached muslin, limited 10 yards for
All grades VVrappers, Special Reduction of 20 per cent.
The Place to Save Money
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Has a world-wldo fame for marvel
ous cures. It surpasses any other
salve, lotion, ointment or balm for
cuts, corns, burns, bolls, sores, fel
ons, ulcers, tetter, salt rheum, fever
sores, chapped bands, skin eruptions;
Infallible for plies. Cure guaranteed.
Only 2C cents at Tallman & Co.'s,
Don't undo tho good your vacation
has done you by drinking poor water
or putting inferior Ico Into tho boil
ed water. Ten conts worth of lco per
day will supply an ordinary family
with plonty of drinking water. Bo
sure, though, that you got good ice.
Call up 'phono Main 1881 and got
pure distilled water Ice from the
Ross Ico Plant,
SCHOOL PREPARATION SALE
to supply Pendleton Boys and
resses, needed for the beginning
some of the SPECIAL BARGAINS
All styles nnd pi ires of Percale and ding
liam dresses rediK ed 20 per ctntfir
Girls' hose, 1 31 grade, spet tal sale
price per pair 10c
Girls' hose, 10c grade. 3 pan lor 25c
Girls' line ribbed hose, double Knei,
per pair only 15i
Girls' lace hose .25c values, pair only 18c
Girls' fins ribbed underwear 301' giade
lor this sale '2F
Girls' skirts all lengths and pric es. Couu
and see them. Ix'ibbon'. and but-.mil
' limb'., all styles and at prices that
KlflKI Kill 150 Sdlionalnnd SUlf Unit
Including tVndlrton Sdvinyt Hook
B. E. KENNEDY, Mgr.
COE COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SUHPLUS, $300,000.00
Cliiciigo. New York and Minneapolis quotations rici'iviil direct at the
l'cmllrton office over the best exteiiMvt' private wire system in the world.
tlU Court Mrtrl
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel