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THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDII'M VOL. 111. NO. OH. One by One the Roses Fall Have You Picked One for Yourself? That in to say. nearly one-balf of tb« Ferryman Tract hng 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 Jupllrate this property in the valley at the price. I d>ublt If you can g*>t better at any price. Just go by and take a 1 >ok at it, and sec it you dost agree with me Arthur Gunn Real Estate and Financial Agent Resident Manager Wenatchee Development Co. Wenatchee Realty &. Investment Co.'s Specials for This Week Two Improved 10-Acre Tracts on north side of Wenatchee river about half wav be tween Wenatchee and Monitor* Choice land, lair buildings, set to best varieties of trees, l'riee $8,500 Each. Terms The New High School Building will be erected on Grand View addition next year. This should he the finest school structure in Chelan county. We have about forty choice residence lots in that addition which are tfoin# fast. We sell them on monthly payment plan. Don't overlook this opportunity. Wenatchee Realty & Invest ment Company Doctors of Neurology Use Bo drugs or surgery. We examine each case thorough ly; analyze It from data thu.t obtained and discover what na ture says must be done. Our chemistry of the body and chem listry of Its food enables us to substitute correct living In place of drugs. Our measurements of r -rye supply through tho eyes of each patient enables us to tell What glasses are needed. We know the relation of tbe eyes to the rest of the body as factors In causing general disturbances, ;tn u bow their influence is brought to bear on other organs by way of the sympathetic ner vous system. The system reaches the causes of old chronic ills and removes them permanently. DR. J. V. LEMON OFFICE ROOMS, 1 AND 2 ROSEXBIRG BUILDING Fbone 503 THE WEXATCHEB DAILY WORLD, WEXATCHKE, WASHINGTON, MONDA), OCTOBER SW. 1907. MAN STRICKEN WITH SMALLPOX SATURDAY Ben Parish Siezed With Dread Diseaea at Home of Sister Mrs L J. Bajley —House Is Quarantined I A HUM of smallpox 7ias» developed In SVcnatrh«*o. I Hen Parish, a brother of Mr«. I J. BoJtOJ and Mrs X I. Thompson, was stricken with th» dread disc**' sotr.e days a*<o. Saturday afternoon ~! \;<c«.v. who Is treating Mr. Pa r.»h. detected symptoms of ma'i. (OOXt »r.A railed !>' haup In con*'il Itatlon. T.iey ( :..,iWd that tb«-> could no lo>.;ei be any doubt na to hhe na!;,, tf dls«:i»». and t>' onr*« removed the n<ck man front th» home of bis a)t«T, Mrs Ualley. on Pennsylvania avenue, to » woodshed in the rear of the dwelling, which haa bocq dttod up and made aa com j fortahle as possible. THUG CHOKES AND ROBS IAN Frank Ryan Rotted and Robbed on Sidewalk Near Depot Saloon—- Thug Escapes. Frank Hyatt, a railr ad foreman *«TO»! aNm- i .. »m n«asi!te<! rhoked at d robbed t.ear the deficit St«>n about f o'clock Saturday niaf*■' Ryan. *h» it la said tana IninsiCM ed at the time. does not know now much n.oa'-y tt» had. tut thinks the Rian Ii tlie green striped sweater wfc" bowled blat over and choked hltn ln»o !n.wn««ltiHlty got away with abont ii* The robber escaped, after a Miff chase in wlncr, the tarkeeper of t: c m;-.; Saloon t«*.k two shots at him with n pistol The man who dM Urn "roiling * had !•#>«. n r.i ♦.*'••• 1 ">:>' it<- \* •••trir»; the <!«y !■■('• ring t:»e overaiu. under which he wore whnt .j jf> a pair of blue Uniform trim-era such as V S. sol-'j.-r* we&r. The police think he may have hern a deserter. Whoever he was he made a quick and successful gel a away with ftyan's watch and more or less of his money iiyan wan not serlo<i»ly Injured. Lessniaer at Tumwater. CeorK" Leaslnger. deputy auditor, has gone to TitmwjUer for a brief stay, flghtipg off a fever Locked Up Three Cows. Three nomadic bovlnes of the gen tler sex were at large In the streets Saturday, and fell into the hands of the pollre. They were locked tip In the pound to await Identification and claim by their owner. Visits His Brother. I A. C. Campbell, first assistant to i Basted States Attorney General Chas. •J. Bonaparte i; vb-itlng hi* brother ! t Leigh Campbell of Wenatrhre Mr. I Campbell Is representing the I'nPed ; Stat< s in the laftd fraud cum which ' are bstag tried In the wtsd. ley, and predicts a Wonderful future | for this valley and alw the st'.te He beHevrs that national IrrlgaMnn will become a distinct, department of | and every available acre of ground will be brought under water under ' the llbernl poliry of the government. The man of limited mc-ans will be able to establish himself \i\nm a farm, and pay for It after it is In a high state of cultivation. Speaking of Congressman Jones. Mr. Campbell says that he In one of the brainiest and strongest men In Congress, and that no greater mis fortune could happen to the state of Waschlngton than a failure to*return him. Mr. Campbell is and always has been a stanch democrat of the Jef fersonian type, but he believes that a constituency; should look to the man labllahed. and every effort ia being ■Itfi io prevent tbe spread of the Dr. MK'oy mailed a report of the "» retired by law In the ad v.T.t of mntaxlotia disease, to Dr. Fr.mk Oul», this city health offlrlal, Mloi as umallpos. '1 not to his politic*, and he bsj« p 0 a, b-.t man ever *etjt from the state ft Wasft'ntttm to represent her. What One Man Rased. Frank Compton wbo live* on a raneb aboat 16 miles up the B<juii! • burn, raised I!* iwitatfMm that weigh ed alu«fftber 61 pounds. 3 potato** «< !ched 13 pound*, tn one bill alone th'-re grew a total of 22 pounds— U ! all ?hu »|th«n!t irrgaMon. The mouster Murphb-s are on ex hibition In the window of Grant te Cos. . Creditable Fruit Display. Manager Brill of thy Shaffer New* Company Is putting up a fine fruit a' ' eat N "h'T'S d pot •bee days that Is hard to heat meet on yesterday* exhibition; such *'«»•• advertU. meat for Wej.atchev. aud UM Wi rid Is glad to not* that Iff . l.j !! t"«>k Its suggestion kindly a; 1 raise.) the »:an lard of valley pro offered for sale to the Great Northern's through fpasest&gar* CALM PREVAILS AT COURTHOUSE Saturday* Stortn Subside* and no Fatnlltle* are Hearted —All Serene. "Finis" has been written after Saturday's squabble between the County Commissioners and Sheriff A man will be hired to fire the heating apparatus nud paid by the rommtisioner*. Billy Simmons will have to sweep after all, and the In mates of the court house no longer contemplate a lukewarm beating s.stem. necessitating that they per< h themselves on the radiators to keep warm, like turtledoves 00 the graceful branch of a wceplnp Willow tree. About lwi!rff*tai Depotte* I Speuklng or an nl! nation nnent the sheriff's n>fvi;il '5 putles at Caah \mms and 1. ..\ .n.vurth, Mr. Webb ISaid today: "1 pointed out to them that It was cheaper for me to keop deputies there than to Incur the ex pense of apeetal trips to these out- I lying points for the service of sum- I mosses, etc. They finally agreed | with me, ani bo far as 1 am con cerned the incident*is closed. At the close of Sturdaay's session ithe Commissioners appeared at Au ditor Godfrey's office and registered their warrants for fees for the spe cial session: a few moments thoy re appeared and withdrew the war rants, having been Informed, it is said, by County Attorney Crass that under the law they could not draw extra pay for attendance at special sessions. Malaga Squlbt. S, ii ltl<-hanl»on left Sunday for Beattta "n hinluiii I, C. Corcoran returned frora his trip to Kntlat .' .11 Ii v morning. " Tb«? Advent school in slowly Increas ing their enrollment and It will not bt long before it will be the largcHt nel.ooi In thin part of the country. \< ;•!. lit !>.<'• hfiVe nbottt twenty live tdboUU? enrolled 8. A. ('hriuhnlm gave another dance vi kit WMMt»M on the hank of Mud i*aac Jeffries who hns !>• • n Qtittt lick the imt few weeks in some bet ter. P. M t;;; - . tf.. <;,■ ;■• in front Spokane j Friday ncrnlnK on the tJreat North '•m and Immediately mounted the bur [rlcnrie deck of a rayuse and atartod | f'>r 'h"lr Siemllt hill ranch where Mrs (Jlllrtte was overseeing the park of tb' Ir apple crop. They have Ii >< B&f apple orchard there and this tl their firM crop which they are. very pr<iud or for out of tho entire crop of about four hundred bote* i 1:• -r»• vas not a slntjie worm found. Mar!; Fuller made a llyinK trip to the iiadti' ,r mountain country Friday Saturday In time to get - I | to *tart fur F.llensburg UoftdftJ morning Tbe llojal llinlilfltnl. r». .M<et every Wednesday evening In Katie s Hall. Visiting ruemb'Ts eor dlaily Invltod. Mi*a F.rare Parker. RltMtrtMl Protector; Chas. If Arm strong. Secretary. LARGE CROWD HEARS CAIRNS Many Men <*atl»er at Theater to Hear l»r. Calrnjt Talk on "Paying the Kite." A big crowd of men of a!! a(t«n t|l -d out yesterday to hear the rated evangelist. Dr. Cairns, talk on "Paying the Fare." at the theater ProbalAy -t.*>« men were-there. * *MM were there who. doubtl-,.. were married, and even then maybe they ««re married by a Justice of the peace. t»r. Caifaa went after the curr.-c immorality of the nge. Inveighed :-<-t loose living. He handed out some particularly K'»od advice ns to what fathers should tell their sons —rather than let them learn it from the streets. He pointed out how science has •u>d tho truth of the scriptu ral assertion that the sins of the fa'hers shall be visited on the chil dren, even to the third and fourth generations. In the main the speak er's audience probably agreed with him, for they sat closely attentive through more than an hour of straightforward talk from the stag", and there were many thrusts that went home. j The speaker's radical views, on dancing and card-playing, and his contention that the teachings of the stage are wholly Immoral were prob ably not so well received by the ma jority of the men present as was the rest of his really excellent dis course. But as" these points In dis pute were touched on in but a min or way. It may be said that as a Whole the special address to men tfok pretty well. When Dr. Cairns said that any or acker who would not lake ■ Arm stand agw&M theaters, cards and dances had either no backbone or ekM was mentally unsound, there was ft visible commotion among the ■ is. n gatbered on the % stage. It was evident that all of the speak er's colleagues did not agree with him. Mrs. Powell's unrivaled beatttlflor Pattl massages and Eau de Roslne can be bought at 119 Chelan avenue. Phone 1065. Fresh Snohomish creamery but ter, milk and cream at the Wenat thee Dairy Depot at 28 ft Wenat tehee aye. N. Make delivery morn ing and evening. Phone 25. 8. T. Wells. READ TBE CLASSIFIED PACE FIVE CENTS PER COPT. SUING- HIM ON A $400 NOTE Farmers' and Merchant*' Bank Starts Action Against O. C. Calentine and Wife. The Farmers' and Merchants' Hank, through Its attorneya Corbln & Ketnji, SaturoV.' filed milt agnlnat a. C. Calentine and wife for the re covery of |4AO on a note given to the banking In ;Mon something over a year asjo. Tie- nnto wast gftM In connection with Hit tnutiMtlOßi btttratu the hank and Cab-ntlne as proprietor of the Catchall store, and was not Be en red. Service of the summons and com f-lait.t was made by Sheriff Webb on Saturday. CaknMne, It will be remembered, sj 0 ban a suit pending against the bank for 'Mi. TH XV S\V ■—That public opinion Is dlvldecl as to who is right in the Court house Im broglio; The detractors of Shehlff Webb say he is lazy and bar. deputies doing what be should do himself; that this Is bis second term; that be will not try for re-election, etc., and that he has not always displayed greased, llghtntug alertness In assisting the county attorney to collect evidence against law-breakers. His fri'-mls, on th" contrary, veho- Btly assert that bcXSSIIM Webb Is a democrat; the commissioners—who are disciple* of the O. P.—fain would rub it into him. and tamper with the mechanism of his office. That truth and poetry »re seldom mixed In equal proportions; That BUI Simmon*. In reality one of the moat efficient and hard work- Inn deputies who ever held u;> his dextral mit and swor« to uphold the i.i'.v. < r • ■ : info Th<- controversy 'and made to suffer an overdose or mental anguish; , But he's giad today, for it has bee-i ordain.d that h- shall not flourish the broom nor Juggle with the coal shovel at the county s seat of Justice and hall of celebrities. C. K. Buttles has acted as Honorary Janitor and K* M, per of the Bold Front ably assisted by the unjsquelchablo John G , who "ris up and talked right out !n meetin*" at Saturday's ses sion. That the second crop of "good ones on the Governor" is Just be ginning to appear In Okanogan weeklies. Mead's popular alright or so many people wouldn't have funny stories to tell on him. That the question of a suitable park site will come up before the council soon through the Commer cial Club's committee, and the devo tees of Drawn and Brain in equal portions that a recreation gronni be provided for the youth of the city before all possible locations arc absorbed for other purposes. That two candidates for mayor sat by each other at Sunday's thea ter assemblage,—the lion and the lamb being Indistinguishable. That an overgrown coyote ven tured Into the very outskirts of We natchee Sunday morning. That tho football team put up a valiant scrap at Snohomish and fought to the last scratch; That when Snohomish comes he>*e Thanksgiving Day our boys will try to " give them theirs."' That Evangelist Cairns' talk to men at the theater yesterday drew what was probably the largest as semblage of one sex ever seen In Wenatchee to hear a Christian speech. That tbe battering-ram speech and hard-boiled logic of the evan gelist struck home; His advice to fathers and unmar ried men with ambitions was tho most sensible appeal heard here in many a year, for he rode roughshod shod over the barriers of prudish conventions, ignored the subterfuge" of ultra-polite speech, and called a spade by its ordinary name. ! That of the four hundred or more men present probably not one but Secretly agreed with the speaker on the essential points of his address; (Continued on png* 4).