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SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1902.
SUMMER IS HARD ON LINEN
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perspiration", etc., laundering has
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THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
J. F. Hobinson, Prop. Pendleton.
SICK MADE WELL
WEAK MADE STRONG
Marvelous Elisor of Life Discovered
by Famous Doctor-Scientist Tlint
Cures Every Known Ailment.
"Wonderful Cures Are Effected That
Seem Iilko Miracles Performed
The Secret of Xoiig Idfo of
Olden Times Revived.
STho Remedy Is J?ree to All Who Send
Nnme and Address.
. After years of patient study and delT
fcuj'Mnto the dnsty records of the past, as
Trel las following modern experiments In
the realms of medical science, Dr. James
SV. Kldd, 3030 Baltes old, Fort Waync.Ind.,
makes the Btartllng announcement that he
has surely discovered the ellxer of life.
REAL ESTATE SALES
DEALERS REPORT BETTER
MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR.
Dr. James William Kidd
ffhat he Is able with the aid of a myster
ious compound, known only to himself,
produced as a result of the years be has
pent In searching for this precious life.
giving boon, to cure any and every disease
that Is known to the human body. There
la no doubt of the doctor's earnestness In
making his claim, and the remarkable
cares that be is dally effecting seems to
bear him out very strongly, nis theory
which be advances is one of reason and
based on sound experience in a .medical
practice of many years. It costs nothing
to try his remarkable "Ellxer of Life," as
be calls it, for he sends it free to anyone
who Is a sufferer, In sufficient quantities
convince Qf Its ability to cure, so there
k absolutely no risk to run. Some of
the cures cited are very remarkable, and
for reliable witnesses would ba'rdly be
credited. The lame havo thrown away
crutches and walked about after two or
three trials of his remedy. The .sick, giv
en up by home doctors, have been restored
to their families and friends In perfect
health. Itheumatlsm, neuralgia, stomach,
beart, liver, kidney, blood and skin dis
eases and bladder troubles dlsapear as If
by magic Headaches, backaches, nervous
ness, fevers, consumption, coughs, colds,
asthma, catarrh, bronchitis and all affec
tions of the throat, lungs or any vital
organs are easily overcome In a space of
time that Is simply marvelous.
Partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia,
dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles are quickly
aud permanently removed. It purifies
the entire system, blood and tissues, re
stores normal nervo power, circulation
and a state of perfect health Is produced
at once. To the doctor all systems are
alike and equally affected by this great
"Kllxer of Life." Send for the remedy to
day. It Is free to every sufferer. State
what you want to bo cured of and the
sure remedy for It will be sent you free by
STURDIVANT BROS., Props.
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Office Ir (feldca Rule Hotel, Pendleton
While Not Many Sales, are Being
Made at Present There are Numer
ous Inquiries and Marked improve
ment is Looked For.
Despite tho fact that August is the
most quiet month of tho year for real
estate sales the land dealers of this
city report a very good business and
almost universally say that real es
tate Is more active at present than it
was at this time last year, although It
is still very quiet.
All, however, are unanimous In pre
dicting a strong turn for the better In
the immediate future and the majori
ty say that tho first signs of improve
ment have already appeared in the
numerous calls for property of all
kinds which aro coming in almost
Several of .the real estate men are
out of the city, enjoying tlieir sum
mer vacation at present, but those
who are in town were seen by an
East Oregonian representative and
all talked encouragingly of the out
look for this city and vicinity in the
coming few months.
Wade is Busy.
"Just at present," said B. T. Wade,
"everyone is busy with harvest, or
something which takes his mind
away from real estate deals, yet I
have no cause to complain of the
status of business. I believe things
in my line are much better than at
this time a. year ago and look for a
great improvement within a few
weeks. As soon as the farmers fin
ish harvesting their crops a number
of them will be looking for places In
town, and this year a good many will
purchase instead of renting as they
have been doing in former years.
"Already I am getting numerous in
quiries for city property and have
within the past week or so made sev
eral first-class deals, one of which Is
the best I have closed this year, but
as yet they are not in such shape
that I can give out particulars.
"Another thing which will tend to
improve the tone of the real estate
market Is the fact that many people
in this city -who have been renting
property have decided to remain Jiere
permanently and will be looking for
homes this fall. You can say that
business is good and I look for great
Boyd Looks For improvement.
"Busines is rather quiet just at
present," said Col. B. D. Boyd, "but
I look for considerable movement In
the next few weeks, as soon as far
mers finish harvesting and market
"If the prices realized for wheat
are as good as expected the farmers
will have considerable surplus money
to invest and much of this will go
into real estate. Loans on country
security which are being freely made
at present will be paid off as soon as
tho crop is marketed and the money
thus returned to capitalists will natur
ally seek investment in new chan
nels, and real estate at present offers
one of the most certain to bo found.
"I think there will be a lively move
ment in this line very shortly."
Everything Lovely WJth Earnheart.
When seen at his office in the As
sociation block W. F. Earnheart was
all smiles and said that while busi
ness was not as brisk as he could
handle without working overtime,
still it was good and he had many in
quiries regarding property both city
and country, several sales being now
on the tapis with good chances of
being closed within a short time.
"While business is rather light
just at present," said he, "I havo no
complaint to make and feet confident
that times will bo lively In my line
within a few weeks, There are many
farmers who will have money to In
vest in city property this fall, a num
ber who havo been renting are now
in tho market to purchase ranches of
their own, and there aro many new
arrivals from tho East who aro look
ing for both city and country proper
ty. "Hardly a day passes that I have
not some one who has just arrived
from tho East asking. regarding farm
lands, and I also find a good demand
for residence property in town among
the homo seekers who are coming in.
"Tho placing on the market of tho
unsold portion of tho Umatilla res
ervation is having a beneficial effect
on tho real estate , market as large
numbers of people aro coming from
outside points in search of lands on
tho reserve and many of those who
come for this purpose will bo unablo
to secure what they want on tho re
servation lands, but will find some
thing else which will suit them and
will mako purchases of both city and
"Within tho past year there has
been no boom or any kind, but there
has been noticeable a constant Im
provement in tho city and tho real
estate market Is as good or hotter
now as at any time for months past
with safe assurance of a substantial
Improvement In tho immediate future."
frnm Union, to cost
about ?25,000. Tho present facilities
aro entirely inadequate to meet the
demands at that great resort, and
tills big structure will Bupply the
need. This means that Hot Lake is
destined to become one of tho great
health resorts of tho country. Union
THE SARTORIS WEDDING.
New Hotel at Hot Lake.
Ground was broken this week fpr
a new hotel to bo erected at .Hot
Grandaughter of Gen. U. S. Grant
Was Married in Canada Today.
Cobourg, Ont., Aug. 23. A number
of distinguished Americans witnessed
tho marriage today of Miss Vivian
Sartoris, eldest daughter of Mrs. Nel
lie Grant Sartoris and granddaughter
of Gen. U. S. Grant, and Mr. Freder
ick Roosevelt Scovol. Tho ceremony
was performed In St. Peter's Church,
which was prettily decorated with
palms and white roses. A wedding
reception followed the ceremony at
the homo of tho bride's grandmother,
Mrs. U. S. Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Sco
vel left for a honeymoon trip.
Announcement Caused Surprise.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 23. The
announcement last week of the en
gagement of Miss Vivian Sartoris,
whose marriage to Mr. Frederick
Roosevelt Scovel took place today at
Cobourg, Out, was received with con
siderable surprise by her many
friends in this city. She was report
ed engaged twice before, once to Ar
chibald Balfour, a cousin of the Eng
lish premier, and again to Timothy
Nichols, a rich Now York club man.
The bride of today was born in
London 22 years ago and made her
social debut in 1896 at a large recep
tion given at Mrs. Grant's home in
this city. She is a pretty brunette,
with chestnut hair and a rich olive
complexion. She is of medium height
with a tendency to plumpness. She
was educated abroad under the per
sonal supervision of her mother.
Mr. Scovel Is a son of Chevalier
and Mme. Edward Scovel, cousin of
President Roosevelt, and nephew of
Frederick Roosevelt of New York,
and of Mme. Rlcardo Diaz Albertini,
oult to be Commenced Over Valuable
Real Estate in Heart of City.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 23. During
the coming week several score of
persons living in various parts of In
diana and adjoining states will meet
in Indianapolis to raise funds to send
legal representatives to Philadelphia
to establish their claim to property
in the busines district of that city,
valued at millions of dollars, which
they claim is due them as descend
ants of Daniel Pegg, the original
owner of the land.
The heirs claim that Pegg owned
350 acres of land In what is now tho
heart tf Philadelphia, an a land-grant
from the lieutenant governor of the
colony of New York, which was later
confirmed by letters-patent from tho
first governor of Pennsylvania, Wil
liam Penn. The heirs believe that
they can prove title to the ground,
which it is declared was leased to
the city of Philadelphia by Daniel
Pegg, the third of the line. They have
engaged able counsel to represent
them and go to Philadelphia to
search the records for the proofs.
In order to prove tho claim It will
first be necessary to secure a plat pf
tho ground, a very difficult thing, tho
attorneys say, and If the proof is ob
tainable, suit will be filed to recover
the property and moneys duo them
for rental on the lease. The claim
ants have two or three times before
attempted to' Investigate the claim,
but havo never had sufficient fluids.
It Is believed that at next week's con
ference a sufficient amount will be
raised to push the matter to a conclusion.
PRINEVILLE STOCK SHOW.
Local Stockmen Will Attempt One
Tuesday-night a number of tho lo
cal stockmen and others hold a meet
ing to determine whether there would
be a stock show and fair held here
this fall or not. The general opinion
was that there would bo no races,
but that there would bo a strong ef
fort made to hold a stock show and
agricultural fair at some time In the
future that would bo the most con
venient for all concerned. There Is
considerable intorest being manifest
ed by tho stockmen of tho county
In such a show. Tho idea of fall
races was given up as not being
practicable at this time. Crook
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from Franco, two rams being from
Gilbert, .and one ram anil five owes
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ers of fine merinos. Along with these
French merinos -were 20 rams and 75
owes, tho pick from tho best flocks
of Spanish merinos in Ohio. Shanl
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