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vvial naartlona aama matter Jto loch.
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
July 1 In American History.
.863 Battle of Gettysburg begun.
:808-Attack on Santiago. Cuba, by
. j General Shatter's corps,
v, 1905-John Bay. secretary of state of
, -the United States, died: born 1838.
A,v 1910 Thomas B. Turiey. ex-United
1 j States senator from Tennessee.
: f (Ued: born 1S4S.
l ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
vl (From noon today to noon tomorrow.
, Ban sets nses 4:29: moon sets
Jl 29 p. m : moon at greateat ilbratlon
reat: 4 p. m.. planet Mars at peribe
' lion, nearest tbe sun. Constellations
7 visible. 82U p. m. In July: Overhead.
Bercnles, Corona Bores lis. Bootes:
north. Ursa Minor, Draco: northeast
i Cassiopeia. Cepheos. CypiOM. Lyra;
east. Deipblnus. Aqulla: soutbeast.
; 8aglttat1na: south. Upbiuchus. Ser
j pens. Scorpio. Libra: southwest. n
taurua. Hydra: west, Virgo, teo: north
west. Canes Vena tic t Leo Minor. Ursa
. Major. Lyni. First magnlturle stars
visible same hour. with. ran'E sfter
aacb: Overhead, Arcturus. 5: north-
eAst. Peneb. 20:' Vega. 6: east AlUlr.
13: south. Antares. 16: wert. Spies, 15:
'2 ' Begnlus. ia Planets during July.
, 1911; Mercury In Gemini. Invisible;
. , Feous la Leo, sets about 10 p- m.; Mars
; la Pisces, rises about midnight: Ju
piter. In Libra, sets about midnight:
Saturn In Aries, rises about midnight;
Uranus In Sagittarius, sets about ft a.
'-. m.; Neptune In Gemini, rises about 4
a, m. Sun In conafeilatlon Gemini till
"' , , 19th. then Cancer, Delta Aquarld me
teors from 27th to 29th: Perseld me
teors from 23d to 81st. This day. 1770.
LeseU's comet cam within 1500.000
miles of earth.
FACTS VS. SOPHISTRY.
- The farmers of the country have no
reason to oppose reciprocity with Can-
. ada, but every reason In Interest to
advocate It. ' The combined trusts are
making desperate efforts to deceive
the farmer, as they have deceived him
before. They have bamboozled some
of the farmer newspapers and bought
others to advocate their selfish policy.
They argue to the farmer that by rea
son of the present Canadian tariff he
gets more than the fair market price
for his products. This Is false. The
Canadian ' tariff operates against our
farmer of products an even chance in
against tbe Canadian farmer. . It is
1 the object of reciprocity to give both
farmer, products an, even chance In
both countries. Let us see the facts:
In five years ending June 30, In
goods of all kinds
We sold In Canada....... $886,417,376
Canada sold to us 393,913,673
Difference in our favor. .$492,503,703
.These gures show that Canada is a
good country for us to trade with.
Any country which buys from us more
than It tells to us Is a good country
to trade with. No tariff wall should
stand between us and such a coun
try. Rush Has
thirtv reara ago
" ". avadead aa if
- - . r
TITINO for oa if it wer notifor
4 hat for
ending June SO:
Wo eoia In Canada (horses)
Canada aold to us (horses)
Difference In our favor.,
WW aold lu Canada (cattle),
Canada aold to ua (cattle) ,
Difference In our favor. I
In meat and dairy:
wo mill In Canada $17,011,017
Canada sold to us......... 904,191
Different In our favor. ."$18,106,826
We aold in Canada $31,596,556
Canada aold to us 6,679,884
Difference In our favor.. $24,916,672
Of these Items, which ar standard
among farmers, we sold to Canada
$53,030,755 more than Canada sola to
Upon these articles we had to pay
the Canadian tariff. But for this Ca
nadian tariff our balance on these
items would have been still larger.
Reciprocity would relieve us from that
hindrance to our trade. How, then,
could reciprocity hurt the farmer?
Tha chance that a considerable part
of the present "City of El Paso inay
haVe to be handed over to Mexico Is
a startling possibility. Yet this Is the
decision arrived at by the Interna
tional Commission to decide the own
ership of the so-called Cbaralzal tone.
Each country had a member of the
commission and these chose a Cana
dian, who presided over that body,
and who made a decision to which the
peopleof El Paso decidedly object
and which, at some points, Is dis
pleasing to Mexico. The erosions and
the chance of channel by tbe Rio
Grande are the cause of the dispute.
Similar troubles have been due to
the vagaries of the Missouri, but, of
course, In the case of a stream wholly
within the boundaries of the United
States such controversies are of com
paratively small Importance.
The final stand of the Nebraska
Democratic leader on the Underwood
bill Is contained In the following state
ment: "The Underwood bill, cover
ing schedule K, Is a great improve
ment over the nresent law. and Is
much better than we could expect
from a Republican Congress, but it
would have been still better if It had
put wool on the free list and made a
still greater reduction In woolens."
SLUGGING MATCH IS
McCREDIE'S MEN MAKE FIFTEEN
HITS TO SACRAMENTO'S
SACRAMENTO. June 30. (Spec
ial). Tbe Beavers won a slugging
match from Sacramento today by a
score of 13 to 11. The visitors made
five in the first Inning, two in the
second, one in the fourth and fifth
and four In the sixth. With the score
seven to one against them In the third
Sacramento made three. The team
scored two In the fourth, one in tbe
fifth, three in tbe seventh and one
In the eighth. Portland made fifteen
hits and six errors and Sacramento
made eleven bits' and five errors.
The results Friday were as follows:
Pacific Coast League Portland 13,
Sacramento 11; San Francisco 3, Los
Angeles 2; Vernon 9, Oakland 2.
Northwestern League Portland 6,
Seattle 4; Spokane 14-2, Vancouver
1-10; Tacoma-Victoria game stopped
in second inning by dispute and each
umpire forfeited game to different
American League Philadelphia 6,
Washington 3; Boston 7, New York
6; Chicago 8, Cleveland 1; Detrolt-St.
Louis not scheduled.
National League Chicago 3, Cin
cinnati 2; St. Louis 5. Pittsburg 3;
Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia 0; Boston 7,
New York 4.
W. L. P.C.
Portland .47 38 .553
Oakland 50 43 .538
San Francisco 49 43 .533
Veenon , 46 45 .505
Sacramento 41 47 .466
Los Angeles 37 54 .407
W. L. P.C.
Vancouver 45 29 .608
Tacoma 43 29 .597
Spokane 43 31 .581
Portland 34 35 .493
Seattle 33 35 .4R5
Victoria if, s; .225
By f. HOPKINSON SMITH. Author
THE MOST VALUABLE THING to
AMERICAN. ROB HIM fir that
AND YOU ROB HIM OF MONEY. AND.
AMONG OTHER THINGS. I AM AFRAID
IT HAS ROBBED US BOTH OF OUR POLITE
NESS AND OUR PATRIOTISM. ' "
The fever for TIME ECONOMY ha killed
patriotism, although with that there must b con
sidered other cause'i. But that our patriotism is
almost DEAD ia undoubted.
Take our CIVIL VVAK. Twentv-five or
one could hot thinkof it withrmt
Today our sentiments upon it are
the civil war hi1irr . rl, Li
r WUV WHIM
th Inaa rf
MORNING KVTEIIPRTSE: BATUMUY, JULY
Puttintf the Finishing Touches,
On the New Battleship Wyoming
Photos by American Preaa Aaaoclatlon.
HOUGH the new Dreadnought
ever built for Uncle Sam's navy and me equal or any ugnuua w
.n.t ... launched some weeks ago at Philadelphia, the veaael will
. i. rHr for her official trial
today looks but little like it will wheu It Is ready to lake it plai at the head
- .'!, end be listed in the Navy' Register. The picture above shows
the deck of tbe Wyoming as it now appears. Two of the turrets that are
to carry the twelve Inch guns are shown, but they have not yet been covered
with the armor that will protect the huge rifles and the men who operate
them. This- armor will be twelve Inches thick' and of the hardest steel that
can be made. The other picture shows two of the prjSellers that will drive
the Wyoming through the water. An Idea of the site of the propellers can
be bsd by looking st the ngiire of the workmsn under the propeller at the
right. It' will be noticed that each of the three blades oa the propeller la al
most as long as tbe man.
MOLALLA BELLE IS MARRIED.
Miss Bertha Adams Becomes Bride of
A very pretty wedding ceremony
took place on Wednesday afternoon
at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Zim
merman, of this city, when Misj
Bertha Adams, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. O. V. Adams, of Molalla, became
the wife of Mr. Frank Dlcken, of Mo
lalla. The bride was becomingly at
tired in cream colored serge with hat
to match. The bride and bridegroom
were uuattended. and immediately af
ter the ceremony left for their honey
moon, which will be spent at Forest
Grove and at Salem.
The marriage ceremony was wit
nessed by Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Adams,
of Molalla; Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Al
bright, of this city: Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Shaver and Miss Ofa Adums,
The bride Is one of Molalla's prom
Inent young women. She was born
and raised at Molalla, where she has
a host of friends. The bridegroom Is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Dlcken,
of Marquam, well-known residents of
that place. He has for several years
been an employe of tbe. Robbing Broth
Will Jc Incomplete
WE cP MAIL IT
every day. 1
It will cceP yu ft infofmed
about the h!pPenins f your city
and county &sti?&Yout absence.
The Mor nil EntePf ,se ,s th only
datly ncwspS" beW"n PoftIan
andSalm It,s 8teadlIV 8'owlng
- Yoa geUIl etc Wfth WhlIe ,n
Wyoming, the most xwerfu! battleahlp
for a year or so. ludeed. the wamblp
ers' Company at Molallu, and is a
highly esteemed young man. I'pon
their return to Molalla they will go to
MRS. BRIDGES ENTERTAINED.
Lo4ap Friends Are Present t Delight
A delightful party was rendered
Mrs. I. C. Bridges aevher home 011
Tenth and Jackson streets, Friday af
ternoon. A-numUer of Knights and
La (I lea of Security, and other friends
of Mrs. Bridges were present. Mrs.
L. Farr and Mrs. Ervlng Rau, both
lodge friends, tendered the reception.
The home was beautifully decorted
with choice roses and s'weet peas, and
refreshments were served. The fol
lowing were present: Mrs. F. T.
Cross, Mrs. A. J. Wilson, Mrs. Erving
Ran, Mrs. Lumb Stevens Mrs. Charles
Gottberg, Mrs. Mary Kellogue, Mrs
Pauline Schmarta, Mrs. George Wood
ard, Mrs. Elmer Cooper, Mrs. G. J.
Howell. Mrs. Will O'Donald, Mrs.
John O'Donald, Mrs. Emma McGahuey,
Mrs. C. Woods, Mrs. L. Farr, Mrs, Ray
Flagler Mrs. S. Lacy.
letter irom home
When a child s ai-iH'llle la capricious
tbe white of au -. If twresaarjr for
his nourishment, may often be convey
ed to him without hl knowing it in
orange Juice. This, which 1- rail"'
bumln oraune. In preparix! follows:
To the white of an rctf add the Juice
of one orange. a.ll a lilt I? sugar, airalu
carefully and set away on the Ice unm
cry cold. Then serve wim a tiry i-i"
cult or alone if prefcrr.nl.
When traveling children should i"t
be given any water to drink which lias
not llrxt Im'cu bolted Public drinking
enps and aier In holds ami railway
stations should be avoided.
Table Marmara and Indlaattla".
Hud table manner cause Imllgea
tJon. No child can diKt his dinner
prerly If he Is allowed during the
course of he meal lu U frin his
chair and-run about Hie nmi. lo reach
cms the tnble nnd snatch what he-
wants, to grumble or cry because tin
food la not exactly to his laslo tjHlet
uess of body and mlml al menlllincs
Is absolutely ii.sc'ssar.v. anil children
who are al'lcwed lo bclmve lutdly at
table are lu danger of Ix'lhS half
starved lecause they can neither chew
thoroughly nor digest rorly the
footl that they lake.
IJinewater l of Inestimable value
to the baby In hot weather.-ilt should
bo given to him lu every Isittle and
even in his drinking water, fur uoth
Ins will correct the ai-ldity of bis
stomach so promptly. A plei e of lime
tbe sUe jf a lemon will last for years
Cover It with two quarts of Isilled
water and shake well fT a few min
utes. After It ha. -stood for twenty
four hours draw the water otT. Untie
It. and It is ready fr ip. the lime
always Mug again covered to form a
When cutting bread for the children
don't take up the loaf and press It
against the -front f your dress or
apron while you cut off the slb-e How
do you know- (hut you have not got a
pin or needle In your dre. which, w ill,
slip Into the bread and from the bread
Into the !hlld' uiouthMany of tlie
sudden Illnesses of cblldlussl are
caused by something bard which the
little oue has swallowed, so nurse or
mother cannot be ts careful lu butt
dllng Jill fissl that la served lo the cbll
ie Points For-Fathera.
The father who would Itiduence his
children must be Arm. not cross.
Must say little nnd act. for children
respect action nnd are very ready to
rescind when they feel that a genuine
effort Is being made for ihelr gisid.
Must realize that children deeply re
sent capricious punishment or unmer
ited reproofs; that they must tie treat
ed honorably ami honestly If gissl re
sults are to come; that -example, how
over be may shrink fmm admitting It,
la tbo secret of parent a I Influence.
1 A Child's Wslk.
wnen you take a chllil rr a wn
don't bold his baud and l "'.
The effort of keeping f'1 n,tl'' Hr"' P
high enough to meet our" "trains ami
tires him so much to1 "' exhausted
before the walk is liVf over fin lilin
Into reins ami let ,lm r"" "'""K
front of you. or fnJ,,'n one end of a
strap round bis "jA1"1 and tiolil n.
other end in yv' hf '""1- " hat he will
M-rfect safely and
tggs are often ordered to strengthen
child who bus been III. 11
9 oener to cook au egg than what I
galled "coddling." Put a newly b.l.l
gg (shell 0111 into bllln ,,
mediately remove It from n. nr., 1 1...
egg then Cooks slowly i t,(,rIU(lv
and When the water Is ,-,o cimhirI, It
can be lifted out and o.ened It will
Is) 111 tn I I... .a e
," "r a jeil.v like eiMiMa.
ency panlcuhirly dellclo.iH n,l ,,.
Airing Littl. Garm.nt..
Folding the clc.tii,.- .
tidy habit, but a very l ,( on
, , ' ' ",rl"K 1,1 "Klif . and
n ,,, toKl.f)l,r , (
little pile on ,.,nlr , v , , ,
sprendlnif Hiim .. . . '
. ... r ii'rtilture
and you win ti, ,, . ,.,,,, mlm
""" "'''III" Ihan he !,
the nootms,. ,f , ,, lll)rw.rr
Arrowroot gruel Is something often
?M. Mr V" H', k rh,ld ' -"niinor.
I n!. v ,' ,mVe " flmo" Ul"' lnpdl
mes Mix two tenHpoonfula of arrow-
root flour with two tnbleH,M,onfuls of
""er unm smooth. A .1,1 ki.
cp of boiling mik, cook ,n aonblf
boiler for two hour, ..i . ....
and strain. Herva it
i ..o.. Chll,r,n's Soup.
r. children don't tike mo. ...
effect of bolllnp. It with a few grain, of
"erTlDg 11 ln W,,P Plat as
r "oup. -
A Cold Snub.
Edmund About was once Invited to
the bouse of tbo Princess Mathilda
and before dinner, seated beside bis
nostess, bo was aend In a off a brilliant
display of oratorical fireworks. Look
ing up. he noticed that tbo Count Men
werseriro wss coming- over to loin in
tho conversation. "Oo away." ho call
ed to him famlllsrly. "Leave no alone,
you grenL Jealous person T
ai wnicb tbe princess rose, tonched
ber finger to tho bell and said to the
servant: -Conduct U. About to bis
"e la not dlnUlg ber ,a
: ill !
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I 1 1 jT II BDOUl yaur mmif ""re wnn yog w
I ) Points
N . V ; 1 .5
r ospssnor ners.
Your bin. sr. all paid by -:. Your chock, who rotum.C,
Jamsa receipt. N. trcublo about ohonoo, no olaputM aboul pr
m.Ma. Vo ouostloit oo to whoro your money has tone, or how m.h
yV hrroVoIvod. Your Pc th, otubo of your .hook
olwoyotcllthootory. t0f ANQ
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT TMI
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK I!f THE COUNTY
O. C LATOURsTTTB rroeldeot
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANC
) ol OREGON CITY , OREGON
capital, tacsocpa rr
Trswaeota a Oa'el anklnf u.ino
HISS AMY PURCELL
FRIENDS ENTERTAIN YOUNG WO
MAN RECENTLY GRADUATED
- BY MISSIONARY SCHOOL.
reception was given al tho lUplUt
church m honor of Mis. Amy Purcell.
ho rHently was graduated from the
Itupilst Missionary Training Hi-amd In
I blcago. Miss I'urrell arrived in t)r
gon ll'y few days K. aud Is at
present visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. I'uucll at Clackamas Heights.
Many friends of tho young lady at
tended Ibo re eplloii and enjoyed the
evening, which was devoted to 0 musl
cal and literary program, followed by
a x tal tlmo and refreabnn'ifto: Mis.
Otia Rentier was chairman of th eu
Urtalnmeiit committee, the other
members of ibis commliie being Miss
Maude t'is.Ue, Mis. Jelicle Dlllman,
llurdon. Mis Msudo Morsn was
rhalrmal! of the decorating commit
tee. Thi church was prettily decorat
ed with evergreens and flowers.
Tins opeliln address was luado by
the Rev. . A?llaworth. pastor, and
he was followed by selections by Ihe
quartet. John W. ller, Mr. Mwidy.
Fred tilmstead and John Ktchlson.
solo. Mis. Klsle t'onklln. piano ailo.
Mis. Veda Williams, ucal solo. Victor
tiault; piano jIo, 1-u llurdon F.very
nuinUi on the program wa. heartily
enjed and encores were responded
The following have tegislete,! at Ihe-
IJecf ic Hotel: F. A- Jhnon and
... ... .. 11 w-w- vv.- iim..r
iiiibiittrd It Mi 1 arry. Eugene, U
las.k and wife, Frisco; J. W. Duugsu.
Or ; J I. Hchllt, Portland; J-A?.E
kin Axtoriu W. Tart. (IrrCOl I
TAT RntiarkprrPonlnndr J" Wolfoi I ,
U Chamberlain, Mr.. KycraflX
. . . ...... it ts. . lAiket.
t- . w.. 11 ,i n tlaad'i,"' oamana.
- Tha Black DsetfX - '
Periodically for many U- i
ropo and the east have IntorrOS, Ku
by plaguea. There Iiit.wh Ttslied
of typhus fever, of cho len plaguea
pox. of yellow fever lera. of smsll
that 25,0m).imiO people fit Is estimated
time or another froujavo died at on
lo 1570 liui.uuo perwr these scourges
cow. aitU lo 1572 fiO.t-ua died In Mo
; f-rrie a? JJ.ojj
lltiLap I f i I . JOHyvetSJTi-asj died
i-oUi Tr.t ' a pc:aa of i.issi.
rwo-totru r wo fied tho city
to escape. -This I srttinlly W.tm out
of l."Kj.3-iiesrly one In to
A Long Lived Pike.
In UVl ao enormous plks was caught
In a lake near Halllerum. In Ruabla.
with a brass ring attached to It. en
graved on which was a statement that
the fish was put to the lake In the
year 12:10. thus indicating that It must
bnve lived st least "it? years.
are the popular atyle in home
architecture. I apeclaJize on
designing and bulldirig bung
alowa that are convenient in
arrangement, homelike ln ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost
If you are thinking of build
ing call and aee me, or phone
for an engagement.
CONTRACTOR A BUILDKR
Ninth and Main Streoto.
Phono PaoMaln 3202.
Cor. Vaughn and Twonty fourth Sts.
Juno 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, July 1, 2.
Gamee Begin Wookdayo at 3 p. m.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY. .
Boys imde.- 12 Free to Dleachors
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Ptc. 2243 ' HomeD-298
bout yeur money matter fcn you
r. J. MITM. ihl;
Open frosn A. M.
IN OATS M
VISIBLE SUPPLY IS LIBCli
WITH PRICES ON
Thera la a weaker feeling In i
oats market as the result of exccllest
Visible supply of ot at WllUtnett
valley points Is .till very liberal i
for this slixk dealer, are offering
iiucini quotaiinns. f t-
Club wheat la likewise weake
fart this weakness pertne.t. tl. la
tiro wheat trada. Hlockf f
wheat available are so UasllXM
millers say It la Utwles U W'fl .fkkt
or this wheat will be earvf Mwt
until iteit seasan. As aawl- ,r
materially rwluced qu.datyM tict
vail they are Ihereroroy0" t pre
bidders fiqr tho few rer .anlous
old growth. Tbo Uft ot
slightly weaker. OWksliot.
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POTATOES -r .f ",
f 3 ZS; roirnon, ( Hoot, IttO. too
lec. f 3.10: 0 s. Burtai4. tfl.
FU)UR Mftt'ntTf, llJu
steady, aellND FKK1 -Flour is
Utile) vt frtm 16 to ISSu; v.17
higher aif cheaper grades read l
OATrtP rl"ln 'l'p ,r" brtBI
white. (Huyltig)-irsy, i:i to I5,
. Aalktn In
HIT! ,UV'., 0r(Jmiir,
1 laiiifT brings from ISc to .w,
MJ f- f"!
,:,:,.,. M ;.-- from
K'1(B ( nuyini .ro rang lt.g from
live to 21c, according to grade
I'OUI.THT Buying Firm with lit
Da good a lock offered. Good hens are
brlnglna lie. Old rotrntro aro Id poor
Idmand. broilers bring from 20c to tic,
ranging from 1 3c to lie.
MOHAIItllluying Prices on mo
hair have been way up, some having
brought as h'th aa 39c locally. Quo
tations are J7'e and demand la strong
from lie 50 lo 127.60, shorts 2 to 3D,
rolled barley 31.50 to 133 31. process
barley $33, whole corn 131 to $31.
crocked corn 3 to 133. Wheat $31
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $18 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat bay, best,
111; mixed, 110 to $13; alfalfa, $1! to
to 6c; oaltors, 60 ti
lie to He. Shion
arm at from go tcr"
prunes, peacbeo ar
8ALT Soiling 60c '
(0 Ib. aark. balf grou.o
100 Ib. aacka.
Portland Vegetable )J
$l.ir.fl$l.B0 per sack;
ff $1.60; turnips, $1.25d
11.75 per crato; esbbay
a. A a . . . i
nunureaweignt: CaullLfnr . ,y ,()'
$1.75 per dosenj celery,!,,,,,,-),,,; ifa
ii. trr uusrru, cue ye -fl
garlic, 10cfil2o per,.r
50o per doaen; hothovi
Ot3 per box; y
pound; peppers, 3oo...
radishes, 16c per doisen;
it 3c per pound; sprouts,
POTATOES-Oregon. jolng prirh
$2 50 per hundred; nw
WTftc per pound. I f !
ONIONS-Jobhlng prlrvioi 0reg4
$2.74 per 100; Australian, 50 P'f
100; Texas, $2 25 per cratoVcMfor)'
nla, 2 per crato r y
Oregon CltVf Stock Uuotanl. j
11008 Mogs are nuotod Utu.werf
from 125 Ihs. In 150 Ibo. tA frorf
1IA 1 i. a ana aa .... "l
u iua. to 2UU His, 8V,C
VIAL CALVES Veal e.1.
trom ac to mo according to
"iau.r oTKiSKa Reel toort for
mo iocbi markets aro fetching SUP
oc live a-eigbt.
HllKKP mat ftrlll at oo to 6(ltO
HACON, LAKH sid. HAM. aro
William O'Connor Plnad t2S.
rtacbrder StlPD fined Vvnillam O'Coi
nor $:b for being Intoxicated wad caus
ing a disturbance on tho street. O'Con
nor las been fine before fotv-tke
anio offense. , .
Buy a Home
While Paying Rent
100 down and fit a month
takes this comfortable six-room
house and lot. House Is wired
'or electricity.. Lot 62105 feet.
Borne fruit on place. Well lo
cated on Madison St. CffAA
A snap at pllUU
E. P.' Elliott and Son
7th an(i Main sts., by Suspen-'
alon Bridge. '