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ADVERTISING MEDIUM VOL. 111. NO. 02. One by One the Roses Fall Have You Picked One for Yourself? That is to say, nearly one-half of the Ferryman Tract has been sold. It is being sold in acre and two acre tracts, to people who want attractive homes, with bearing fruit trees, close in to town, yet who want something larger than city lots. I know that you can't duplicate this property in the valley at the price. I doublt if you can get better at any price. Just go by and take a look at it, and see if you don't agree with me. Arthur Gunn Real Estate and Financial Agent Resident Manager Wenatchee Development Co. FOR SALE This Particular Residence for Particular People. Trash Seekers Need Not Apply. Not speculating or building to catch suckers, but leaving the city and offering my incomparable cozy, well appointed modern 6-room cottage, in select neighborhood on the corner of Palouse and D Street for $350 less than actual value. This Property of Distinction is in the highest possible state of preservation and repair, and only through seeing can it be fully appreciated. $1,400 cash gets immediate possession; 18 months on 'balance at 8 per cent. Will also sell all, or any part, of my furniture, which is of a high quality, perfect and without a scratch, at a great sav ing to the purchaser of the abovenamed property, if such be desire 1. Buyers, before looking at this property of class, See other so-called good buys, built to sell, then investigating this place will absolutely destroy all such would-be competition, and in sure perfect protection to the buyer against such undesirable sharks as travel the path of the unsuspecting. Only the envi ous, ignorant and merciless grafter will attempt anything but praise for this place of merit, aad against such characters do I sound this note of warning. This property can be seen at any time this week and is locat ed on corner Palouse and D sts.No trouble to show property. Owner, E. T. MAUK Residence Phone 1442, WENATCHEE, WASH. NEUROLOGY AND OPTHAMOLOGY A drugless system of abolishing the cause of chronic diseases by scientific methods. Those suffering with nervousness, stomach, female weakness, asthmatic, rheumatic, catarrhal, or any kind of chronic trouble, eye strain, headache caused by eye strain, or blurred vision are invited to call and investigate. No mystery, we explain what we are doing, what it's for, what the results will be and why they will be so, providing instructions are followed. DR. J. V. LEMON Office, phone 503, Rosenburg Block. Residence corner D and Poplar St., phone 1033 THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1007. TODAY'S POT BUBBLES NOT Hut Hardened Campaigners Say I'here's a Merry Powwow on the Bills. The surface of the political sea today is calm and untroubled; no un seemly strife rues its placid bosom —but away off on the horizon there's a squall brewing. Old campaigners have sighted it, and are reefing their royal topgal lants and 'preparing to lay to. Mayor Scheble is in Oregon, but his minions are busy. John A. is in the hands of his friends. The tickets now in the field are as follows: Republican: For Mayor, Frank Scheble and John Gellatly; for City Attorney, William Grimshaw; for City Treasurer, Harry Manchester and R. H. Nowlan; for City Clerk, Sam Sumner; for councilmen at large, Frank Case; for two-year councilmen: C. E. Buttles M.G.Rus si, L. G. Olds and H. R. Parshall. The latter filed his petition late Sat urday afternoon. For health officer. Dr. Kaupp. People's Party: For Mayor, O. B. Fuller; for two-year councilman, C. A. Battles; for City Treasurer, J. E. Graves, and for city health officer, Dr. Frank E. Culp. The Democrats are ma&queradins; under the sign of the People's Party, probably planning thereby to draw a stronger vote for their candidates. OKANOGAN PIONEER IS DEAD. Rev. Mr. Lovejoy Passes Away After Much Suffering. Oonconnully, Wash., Oct. 18.—The 1 Rev. Charles Julius Lovejoy, an old and respected citizen of Conconnully, died Wednesday morning after much suffering incident to kidney compli cations and nervous disorders. De ceased has been prominently identi fied with Okanogan county for over 20 years. In the day when Ruby was the principal mining camp of the county he kept a store there. Later, on account of the panic of 1895, he located on a ranch a few miles below Ruby, where he farmed several years. For the past four years he resiled in Oonconnully, being proprietor of one of the general merchandise store of the city. He leaves a widow and one son, Charles H., the later being an artist of acknowledged ability. Deceased was a member of the Masonic frater nity and of the G. A. R. The funeral was held yesterday at the M. E. church, Conconnully. Killed by Dynamite. Coroner Saunders was called up to the Cascade tunnel Friday to hold an inquest on the remains of one Do mino Corea, a native of sunny Italy : who was blown up in the air and killed by the premature explosion of some 18 sticks of dynamite. Corea and another Italian were working with heavy blasts, and ju&t what caused the big charge to go off unexpectedly is not know. Co rea's friend was also sent up in the air, and came down on his ear, break ing one arm and injuring his skull. He will live. The body of Corea was taken to Spokane by his half brother. Mayor Scheble in Oregon. Mayor Frank M. Scheble left yes terday for Medford, Ore., where he will join his son Percy in the inspec tion of some property near that city. The mayor will probably return ia the course of a week to look after his political interests here. Percy Walker has returned from en extended visit with rlatives at his former borne in MacGregor, Texas. Mr. Walker is again in harness at the office of Walker & Widney. Lecture Course Theatre, October 23. Seat Sale at Wenatchee Drug Co. Pastor of Temple Church, Seattle, and an evangelist of international reputation, will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church in Wenatchee tonight, continuing for two weeks. Afternoon services at 3 o'clock. Men's meeting October 2 7 at 3 p. m. SAWMILL'S VICTIM DIES OF INJURIES Oscar Kilgore Slipped and Fell Against Cir cular Saw—Hauled 12 Miles Over Hough Roads —Died Last Night Oscar Kilgore, victim of a sawmill accident above Brewster, died at Gil- j Christ's hospital about 7:30 last night. Saturday morning, Kilgore, who owns a mill 12 miles above Brewster, was working about the carriage in the saw mill when he stepped on a slip pery piece of bark, and was acci dentally thrown against the rapidly revolving circular saw. Boy Shut* Off Steam. Kilgore's 11-year-old son, seeing his father's awful position, sprang to i j « j the throttle and shut down the ma-. jchinery, but too late to save K"gorsj from he whizzing teeth of the mur derous saw. The unfortunate man was drawn against the wheel and both legs were sawn partly off, just below the hips, the bone in one leg being entirely severed. One of his arm s was also cut partly off. Kilgore was taken from the spot ! where he fell near the saw, and hauled to Brewster, twelve miles ! away, on a cot in a spring wagon. From thre he was brought to Wenat chee on the down river boat, arriving Jhere at noon yesterday. Hall's ambulance met the boat an l ■ \ removed the injured man to the Gil- j I Christ's hospital, where Doctors Gil- j | christ and Culp did what they could to lessen his sufferings and prolong life. In spite of their efforts he died at 7:30 last night, surrounded by his wife, mother and attendants. Funeral Tomorrow, I. O* O. F. Funeral services will be held to morrow afternoon at 2:30, at the par lors of the Hall undertaking estab j lishment, conducted by Rev. Belghtol GEORGE W. CAIRNS ; of the Methodist church, assisted by the I. O. O. F., of which fraternal organization the dead* man was a member. Deceased was 36 years old, and is survived by a wife and children, and his parents. His mother, Mts. Mar tha Kilgore, lives here in Wenatchee. and his father, who has been In tho Soldirs' Home at Orting, Is expected here tonighl. Kilgore lived on a homestead, where he also operated the mill, above Brewster. Ship Carpenters Quit Work. Saturday morning ten ship carpen ters and their assistants, employed by the C. & O. company upon the North Star No. 2, quit work and came up town. The trouble is said to have arisen through their inability to work in peace and harmony under the super intendence of the Scotch foreman em ployd at the yards. "We are satisfied with the wages paid us, and have only the kindliest feelings towards the Griggs and others in the com-1 pany, but none of us can get along with the boss at the yards," was the way one of the disaffected artisans expressed himslf to a World reporter. Fresh milk, cream and butter at the Wenatchee Dairy Depot at 28% Wenatchee aye. N. Make delivery morning and evening. Phone 25. S. T. Wells. 2nd Number. Kellogg-Haines Singing Party, at Wenatchee READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGE FIVE CENTS PER COPY. C. & 0. SHEDS WERE BURNED Brisk Blaze last Night Destroyed Several Hundred Dollars Worth of C. & (X's Property. The supply shed and ice-house ot the C. & 0. S. S. Co., located at its docks, was restroyed by Are about 10 o'clock last night, the loss being small, probably not more than $600 or $700. There was no insurance. The origin of the fire is not known, but as many hobos are wont to hibernate in cosy corners along the banks of the Columbia, the sup position is that some of them were loafing about the company's prem ises and accidentally dropped a match or cigaret, which started the blaze. The department turned out, but the building had apparently been burning for som time when the alarm was given. Tt was so nearly destroyed that nothing could be done except prevent the spread of fire. Most of the tools, supplies, etc., were carried out —the ice melt ed. The night was beautiful and half the town turned out to~see the fire, coming mostly in "couples." Many people when they first say the blaze thought the cannery was being burned. Organizes Musical Class. Mrs. Fred Franklin, formerly of Wichita, Kan., sister of Mrs. Frank Palmer, will open a vocal and in strumental class in Wenatchee. Mrs. Franklin is a graudate of the Kelso Musical College. Those wishing to join the opening class will please call an Mlrs. FirankUn Tuesday and Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Judge Palmer for full instructions. Depot Fruitstand's Display. Manager Brill of the depot fruit stand has been busy the past week improving his exhibit, and Is now offering fruit to G. N. passengers that is a credit to Wenatchee; peo ple buying it get a good idea of what the valley produces. The baskets sold are filled with fine specimens of representative fruit. Mt. Brill says his only regret is that some one did not take enough interest to point out to him long ago that the Commercial Club and Fruit Growers' Association objected to imperfect fruit being offered for sale at the depot stand. His instruc tions from his company were that he should secure fruit as cheaply as possible and offer it to passengers at a low price, most of ahem ob jecting to paying more than 25 cents for a basket of assorted fruit. i The display being shown now is a great improvement over that offer ed for sale before the World took up the question. Mr. Brill also keejs several crates of high-grade apples on hand, and can sell these to pas sengers wishing to secure more than a small basket of fruit. Miss Renn of Chelan was down • Saturday and Sunday visiting Miss I Hudspeth of Palouse Street. Dr. J; H. Graham was in town to day, shaking hands with old acquain tances and listening to the fruit crop conversation. The doctor has a 40-acre ranch four miles north of town, and is dividing his time about equally between it and his other af fairs in Everett. Mrs. Preece Better. Mrs. Ed Preece, wife of the genial cashier of the Ellis-Forde Company, who has been ill for the past week, was reported improved yesterday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Preece wish for her an early and complete recovery.