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TAKE OUT SMALL
CASING AT THE
In an Interview Willi lltirrv WlilL
ver. I ho oil mail, today, iu staled lio
had pulled all ot tlm Mi Inch eating
out or the Valley oil well mid lt,wa
hi Intention,-providing the- nwf.
wry lease ero cocclved am! thojr
wenl' ahead wfth'lhe Urllllnst to ex
tend Hie 6 tnk casino- dowjn M far
as It could Bo, probably beyond
tlio 5000 fool mark, and (lira nut In
ino rt men caaing. ny unmg hum
Mr, Whilvec added, tin wis '.mini
they would flndlho water lcanit
in mi way mini we water- jiff.- '
WhMver Km 8nl $7tW0.
Whltver id thai he. haiJ-Minwn
good fallMnd that the books proved
n ira spciu anssi on i lie vaney on
well ho tar, tlili 511111 of course In
cluding (lie cost of u new cable.
hnlflln ami Vhlliu have been
offered 35.000 aero' In another field
and are considering the proposition.
Mr Knlffin left last night to look
over the proposition.
Mr. 'Whltver slated If the Valley
oil well proved a bloomer he wquld
Immedigtely tlarl drilling north ot
the track. ,
"Hill" llimrun Say KiMnclhliig.
"Hill' Duncan say Inn greatest
I rouble It rrpatrinjt (lie old equip-int-nl
and (he conditions arc "lough."
but (hat lie will overcome (hem as
soon a he start to work. When
asked polnlblank whal ho thoughl
of (be situation, hn tali! be was
simply under order of Hie synnlrate
1ml ho would advise landholder to
; slim up, because; if then is any oil
this side or 3200 reel lie will riliiMl.
If he Is permitted (0 do so. While
admitting that he was nol.n pro-
molnr. tin limt liad cnnMirAMe nv.
I perlence, andiliut this was thiL first
j rnmmuniiy lie ever was in wnero
landholder held back lease after
I he iiromoten had shown faith by
working awL. expending approxM show will be different because there CUMMINCb HI
malely IJOtt) in easl? 1'wlll'l. VScofftf thiWihennrt(rf'IV;,;K,lM"FI
KVerylxty' going, doing where
To wllnes tho big celebration In
( Columbus Monday.
Just Received a Splendid Assortment ot
And the Stfellcst BUNT TNG ever placed
on Sale in this city.
y,oM hnson. PARLOR DRUG STORE
SATURDAY and SUNDAY 3-4
MBsflk aHaaVaaaHaflsaHH'laa HH
A5?CENfi FPOM ,
. MACK 5ENNETTS
Fi Reel Comedu Srnsaljoiv
DOWN ON THE FARM
An all slar rasl of Sennell ruvoriles. Including IjiiiUu Kn
rjendu, Mnr'6 1'ce.vosl. llen'Turpln. Ilerj. Ilnncli, Harry drib
lion. Jaiiu-a Fiulayon, 11 Illy Arnnti om,', Little Johnny) lhV
Ub', '"reddy" Ile dog with (he'lnunali brain, "Pepper' tho
(Jalr hen turkeys, dnaks. geese, rows and 1111 array ofjarin
enscnUals and ornameuU nut forgetting the well" known
mi : 1 1 I"'' IK 1. iiiiiniiiTii
COLUMBUS. DAILY COURIER
'"- TTTrrnwrTt) jiiuiji -.T an t .jcitu.jijajJUWMnniiiiiW'-ti . ' j m,
Mttfttyr of The- Prow "CQUMBUs" MS WOtH, gl)rt1ipMVrtxT, 0"l7tl- l'Pr Jn UmTjtowly " " rrvr r4
Mc Adoo, 375; Pate, 201 on the Twelfth Ballot
iDMrtDVDItDDCnl 'ridpr...J ""Ultss; iinnn onc-pin uiuonuianiMT
The Columbus llakcry was entered
last night by ono or moro robbers
The rath register was tarried to the
rear and broken open aivl W In smalt
change taken. This robber left no
Clew, Ono nf the proprietor wa
asleep In thn place Mid while lie
was dreaming of thn (leUtu girls in
Hie far off Flowery Kingdom the
iuyrootetl sneak lliler coppel all
m couia carry or tins confection,
including those famius Jo I IV rolls.
One of the pmptirlois said the new
bakery's goods were In 'big demand,
but he didn't knowf- peoplo would
lake a chance, of the. Jail for his
AIhiuI l o'clock last iilghl another
wmilil he crook knocked al the door
of Mls tirnelia II. Oils' home on
Main street and said she was wanted
for t otm-di(anrc telephone call at
Powers' drug Store. Instead of going
Miss Oils wi.'lil over to the telephone
exchange. Fludlng no call there she
was nonplussed until Miss llurton,
who II now everything at the ex
change hut the lineman, suggested
she had liellcr go home, ns some
thing was anils. Iterause there was
no cnll for her. Miss Otis arrived
home in time for her formidable at
pearance to scare off the robber
who had cut 1lio screen and forced
an entrance. Nothing mllng; no
Say Folks, Kver SeeTSaliy Sliow?
Well down al (lie 2lth Infantry
Hcrvlce Club on Salunlay, July Vi,
there is going to be a baby show
Willi prliea for the prrlllesl, the
cutest, the ugliest, then (hey are
going In have a Tom Thumb wed
ding, nod a drama, The Iiosl Prin
cess and. oh, just lots nf things.
You think tlm "gold Oust" (win
wrro culo. didn't youf Well, Ihls
ntmy wings. Tiie whut wnuinn 1
miss it for $10 Iml he's going to save
$0.7T. catm the ticket only cost
THK MmttmV. MN fK
tKy, "skM Koff?" trk easMtliKi
fore. NtHhfi1 Hto (kit, Mk.V4o mf
PatWr forti-js gftewrtl any pAm ftf
j4VIm) hi (he Mnmlp for Ihclr fav
frKca. Tlw hlnlh ttH (otn! afimird Met
Adno hxl W vote; (Vit, 321 U, nwl
(lly Associated Press.
san rnNcmt, vu wiy x-
Rallotinf for a isrraldrnllal rmM
dale or lh bcMKicralle parly, wim
rrmuned (Mo mmwhtg when Hie na.
(Innal Drnsucnrirh coiivrtitlon UTS
railed In ortteh
TVt BAl.llOTS TAKi;
Two bnltots nrrr token herons ml
lournnirnt of (hn evening M-mlou of
the ronvrnlloii Inxt night However,
none or (lie. candidate rerrlrrd otrr
ntie-lhlnl of (he rriiulrrd niiinbrr of
ntr In nominate. The prrdlrllon
uaf mmlr today (he unmlnatloii
Mould rome without a protnirlril
Ju-t 11s Wnrrrn (2 Hsnllnn's name
filled Ihe nlr as the probable Re
publican nnmlaw (litre Mcelot ago
liMlny al Chicago, no MeAdou's iift
pearrd lo bo In Ihe nscrndaury a
the ilrlrflnlrs pMrnihleil, wllh Ihe
only dirrerrnre the Ohio ranilldate
hud Ixrn oaired upon while the
McAdco Mipporlrni still bad to fight
n MlihlMini opmllloit,
.FrlrniU of Attorney Grnrral A.
Jlltrbrll Pnlmrr and Roxrrnor Jnmra
K. (x (00k riirrful arcounl of (lie
pnignintlratloiuc hut rprrs,il no
rear 0.1 to whether they could win.
MeAIIOO. PALMi: It. COX
AT TIIK START.
The first luillnt last iilabt rrmdlrd
MrAdixi . , anc
Palmer . 230
Smith of New York 103
The Krrond ballot allowed: '
Krforr Ihe rail linon the vnrlous
sTnle for 11 thin! liallot was made
Chairman Hoiurr H. Ciiiiimlnjji read
the following Irlegram from Prrsl-
"It was Willi (he mint nnitrful
upprrrlatlnn that I rerrhrd the
message from (he contention tut
kindly transmitted liy joii, It Is
a Miurre of profound prldr lo re
ceive such rtlilrnce or confidence
from lliu great party which dr
rlvrs lis principle illrrclly from
the fiiuiiilers of our gorniineiit,
Ihe author id our liberty. While
our opponent are endrutorlng lo
dsotatc us nnmng the nation of
Ihe world, we are following the
tlslon or the rounder or the re
public, who promised the world
the rouiM-l and leadership nf Ihe
free people or the I'nltrd Slates
In all matters thai uffretrd human
liberty, and fustico of law. That
promt vie deliberately rrnrwed
when we mlrrrd Into the great
war for human freedom; and we
now- keep faith with those who
died In Flanders' Nelil to redeem
It That I should bate been or
corded leadership In siirb great
matlrm fill my heart with grail,
tilde unit pride, and Ihe roiirsr the
parly ha taken ha filled me wllh
prrfert confidence It will go fmm
victory to victory until true tradi
tion of tho republic arc vindi
cated and tho world I com hired
not only or our strength, but the
prowess or our Integrity mid our
devotion (o Ihe highest Ideal.
Tills li nor rninpierlng purpose,
and nothing ran defeat It."
IIIS I.IIM); CAINS.
William CJhb McAdmi lend In
IMiint of gain on Ihe first liallot of
the day, hut tho prettified landslide
railed to inuterlutlre. The result or
the first ballot today (Saturday) I
Cox 177 14
Fdwnrd 32 U
(ieranl . It
Davl , 8!i
Tins plalfonu presented by Ihe
resolution committer was adopted
wlllioKV-rluiiifien al last iiIi('m
kWF.K8 ON F(MJHT)i
On .tins fourlh lm!lrttbi silld
NrWuskn deleflatlou'M yo for Sen
n(or HlU-hnick of (hat MUe broke,
Horn u Uta vote went toKcAdoo.
whh lii Secrrlary of Agriculture
Mrirdllh and wmie to Senator R0I1
rrt I- Owen of (Mdahuma.
At IhUboInt Nevada switched tier
six vole from Covrrnor Oix or Oiiln
(o frinm-r SecrT(ar or Ihr Treasury
THrVrrnrtl block or vole In the
EoiitSi ,)Mto4a ilelcguln also hpke
en me fourth nauoi, nxnt of Die
lotrj going lo Atloniey Oeneral A.
All Hirer or Ihe leader showed
gslns. IZowrirr,(hrrr wa no sign
or a landslide to any ono riinilldite.
I lie result ur llie fourtli Imllot
wa a folhnys: '
-0m hi 32
ATTOK-VRY CKNfXM. OivT
McAiUni and Cjix made alt the
lialn up to the fifth ballot, with
Palmer losing trniglf. TJie offlilal
tilumllng at the end or the fifth
I Idle proon-AN towards 11 noniliia
tlrti was itlsclosed by the sixth
b.dlot, which showed Hie following
MeAdoo j 3GHIs
Marshall ; 13
Clar k. . 7
NI W YORK'S URCK
Nrw' York's drlcgallon broke on
the M-vciilli ballot, tix m-rlvlng C8,
MeAdoo 10 and oilier votrn were
vrnllrrrd. ITlie New York delegation
prevlnu tn tlie krvrnlti ballot had
VQ.rd solidly for Cimrnor Smith of
Nnv York' action created a great
star, for, the 'change hi the vnttnii
of the Mg stiile delegathai wu x
tenllal n It wit (he first big break
III solid rfrlinalloii.
DrleuntloiM working roe n com
hliutloii against MeAdoo started a
great demonstration In .uhlcti (he
standard of New Jenry, Indiana.
.Mli-sissippL Krnturu'. Maryland and
Ohio Joined. It wn Ihe first dem
onstration a; n limibllile lo nny or
IT IlKGINS TO LOOK l.lHi:
COVKRNtm CQX. '
Hie New ierscy delegation nUn
writ over In (he 4x force. Ihnnv-
big him 23 vote front tho block Uial
lirirlofore hutl leeu cast Kofbtty for
Uivvarii. 1 nw inrrw tun ronvrntion
halt Into tumult ngahi, ,
"He'll heal Manllng In Olilol" wu
the cry llml nuiii tlirougli the liall,
Three New Jersey vote) vrnt III
100 VOtVrfi CAINKI) HV
C.hsiHjeN on tho sevrntll ballot
Lotitluuud on Pago 0, Coluiuu I.)
Captain h Hurley ny of Colninbu
wa a Iteming visitor Tuesday.
Mr. M. r.hl-llllirrltn Ima timanl
thn Commercial hniei In Mr. and
Mr. Pierce of Kl Paso.
Thn American I.onlnn till! Imlil (U
inoulhly dance at the Armory Thtirs
day evening. Jar musie and a Jolly
moo iqt inpse wno Bitenn.
Ml tvah Overholser of llie Nont
bans store Is sm-ndlnu a few dnv
of her vacation vIsIIIiik Miss l.uoy
Hmyers al the Kinyrrs ranch.
Deniing is slill on the man and
doing huiiness. even .though a large
milliner 01 lis rlllfen are spending
their vacation on tin coast.
Mr. nnil'.Mr V Mni.ur,l. r
IV, Inn, l,na nwili.in.l l.i .. .11.. ll.l.
week, coinhlningbuslui'rs' wllii plea.
ure ny seeiligllielr old Trlends while
Misses Mary and T'loi-ene- Triirev
u)pular IVininglle Iml now Inditing
imslllons in Oihunhus. visited their
lirenis. Mr. and Mrs J. II. Traeoy.
Mr. and Mr. Italnh H.ikrrlBre ihe
happy parent of a. Illllllaugbler
wlio arrhni Tuesdlly. Mrs. IJaker
formerly was M r Minnie Swone.
daughter of Or. Swope or IVmlng.
Mia Atllln ll.u-l .if It..,,,.. IV.In
and Itussrli llonpcr of De'mtug were
iinieny married nl llie limne of llie
urine parenis. jney nrrlieii in
iVmlng Monday, where they will
make their future lio
, Much enthusiasm I frit over lli
iirosiiers or oil In the well id I fir
.Florida Oil Company. TIiiik in ixisi-
ll'lll. lo Judge of tlm nier Its of I lie
a pnnlnclng writ will ho hmttghl lu
in Hie near ftiiure.
A nunik-r of our home people
wero In Uw Angeto during Ihe
"ipiake. and, while tliey ilnl iml say
so. we surmise that ahoul Ihe time
of the "Irmhlor" tliey wlslieit llieni-
aches hack in dear old Dcniing.
where siirh dislurluinre are never
Mr. and Mrs. II. Ficl)uian en
tertained a number of their friend i
wllh a bridge parly Tuday evening
at their rmy home on Copper street.
l llie rqiirluiion or Ihe game deli
rious salad, eake and fcoa were
served. An enjoyable evening was
spent. This hospitable fmnlly un
well known lu Columbus, whore tliey
liave a uumlier or friends who dur
ing their residence there were the
recipient or their graciou hospi
tality. While- every ono m Deniing Is
loyal to IVmlng. Ihe agitation over
tho county printing has placed the
Hesdlichl III nil ilialnrlinia imllinn.
I'p lieni we realize dial county
lllllicng IHlloilg III llie couillj 001
to Demlng and that it Is only fair
Hint the Columbus Courier should
receive its share. The llendlight lost
prestige with the Democrats when
WILSON DID NOT
WAHIIIXliTO.N. . C. July 3. A
"must rxlraonllnary story' of real
anlagonlolir MiIitirai feeling" U
Iween President Wilson ami William
I. MeAdoo "wan related" here a few
day ugo on authority good enough
to warrant its iticlmdon in the Wash
iimtmi gossip alKiul Hie Democratic
The mulii Hinls of Ihe slory an-:
The prealdcnl from Hie lieglnuiux
was oppowd lo llie candidacy or
McAdiHi; MeAilisi declined In concur
In the president attitude mid slill
If opened lo It; no one can lell from
anything McAdim has staled pnhlirly,
bow be stand on the league ur na
tion and II It usiecled thai ns In
"reservations" lus iillllude. tr nonil
naled and elerled, wmild lie "Jo n
Tar as you like."
Had Cual Nalurrd .Scrap.
Tho slory rtuillntto there liave
heeu giHHl nilltred, phiosn)ililral
crats galirn- hclwen MeAdoo unit
ln ral lirr inlaw, .aiwl that nerij
rdy mil of l"e the president was
enalilrd lo grl MeAdiHi's "hIiiI of
slew." The main reason why Hie
president did not waul MeAdoo lo tie
a candidate for Hie nomination, the
slory runs, wa thai It "would look
bad" even H Hie president ilid not
turn his hand one way or llie otli-r
lo atstst his son. In law's candidacy.
In oilier whrtls. no one would Ins
lieie it posslhle H MrAdoo colored
the race and remained lu It Hint tlm
ireldenl was nut die asiliig
sliadow In the baekgpnmd.
Wouldn't (Hijccl (0 f.lmmp Clack.
Hut, according In tho slory, Mc
Admi could mil see things that way,
and that lie hn had 110 surh iint
or View, it I said, is ludirated iy
Hie fart thai he has Itecp very dila
tory III clearing 1111 his .attitude lo-
Ur-l-Ht.TvMriiiiittn-Hlnt n-Trr-h. -
sald lie would not arrepl i If leti
. Tlie undersluiiding here la that
Hie campaign of the MeAdoo leader
now is to Iteal Palmer especially and .
Cox and keep MrAd'Ni forre to.
gelher till the end.
The Mnry or Ihe real altitude of
tin' prosideul towards Mr Adoo'g can
didacy liiilieale Hie president would f
not le averse lo Hie sueet-m of
Palmer. Davis or lla. It Is nlwi
sulil on fairly reliahle authority that
the president would not lake any
slcrt In prevent the nomination
from going to Champ Clark.
It "went" for Senator Fall and lias
been losing evr since, urttil now it
ha bIhhiI only one friend left In the
etyirt bouse alid lie won't be there
long. Political parlle require loy
ally of the tnontlies tliey feed. When
they do nol receive this loyalty they
ar disregarded, tnubheil and re
lloril of their pollliral income, and
fiitlirnnorc Hie crime nf disloyally
Is always follow isl' by relnbtililu,
however long il may lJn (he com
Ounce on the Jib.
The festivllie of Monday will
wind up Willi n big Imp at Hie Com
munity House Immediately after Hie
hand concert and speech making.