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The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, December 28, 1910, Image 4

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I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
Published Every Wednesday
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Adair CountvN ews Company
INCORPORATED j
CHAS S HARRIS EDIJOR
S Democratic newspaper devoted to the In
forest of the City of Columbia and the people
t Adair and adjacent counties
Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec
ond class malllroatter
WED DEC 28 1910
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The Democratic Executive
Committee met in the Seelback
Hotel Louisville last Thursday
and called a State primary to
nominate candidates for the var
ious State 6fficesto be held Sat
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urday May 27 All the candi
dates from Governor down were
present and acquiesed in the action
ce
tion of the Committee There
were some candidates who favor
eda convention j but like good J
Democrats they accepted the ac
tion of the constituted authority
and will vigorously enter the f
campaign for the May primary f
Mr JasGarnett of this place
stated to the committee that he
favored convention but what <
ever the committee concluded to
do would be satisfactorily to himC
he was a candidate for Attorney
General before either a conven
Lion or a primary This section
P r of Kentucky is unanimously for
Mr Garnett but it will be very
necessary on the day of the pri
7 mary for his supporters to be at
the polls There are one hun
dred and nineteen counties in
o the State and he hopes to visit
them all before the 27th of Ma y
Y
y It is now time to again revive
> the interest in building a rail
v road from Campbellsville or
j > Greensburg > to I Columbia That
at is need d is not questioned
that it would be a paying invest
ment is hardly doubted It is a
r 4 > proposition that can be financed
Ii J5 y home people We now have
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j former Columbian visiting us
ij f who ha much faith in this pro
1 riS JrV > t i > 6siB6h iind who states r that he
tot
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J A S tthi 8tock it other bu aw I
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men will join in the organization
of a company for this purpose
Why not meet and consider this
and take such action as will lead
to better transportation If the 1
people here will join in this ma t
ter the road can be built and
Adair county will prosper a s
never before
United States army officers re
Gently returned from the Phillip
pines are much concerned over
the activities of Japan in the Far
East according to a story from
New York The charge is made
fbY these offcers that the Japanese
are in complete control of the
Philippines It is also charged
that the Japanese deliberately
rsank the great dry dock Dewey
in Subig Bay
eThe Burley tobacco growers
held a meeting in Lexington last
week and resolved to form a
permanent v organization The
growers are requested to hold
meetings in their respective I
counties on December 31 and
select delegates to attend a con J
vention at Lexington January 5
The marriage of Robin Coop
er who killed Senator E W j
Carmack to Miss Eva Smith
daughter of M H Smith Presi
dent the Louisville Nash
ville R R Co did not come as a1
a surprise as it has been gener
ally understood that the event
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John D Rockfeller has made
his last gift 10000000 to the
Chicago University The whole
namount he has given to that institution
stitution is 35000000 The td
tal sum he has given for all par
veposes amounts to 135000000
Twenty cities in Kentucky
have a population of over 5000
according to 1910 census statis
atics All of the cities have
shown gains in the last decade
except Maysville Middlesboros
percentage of gain was the
largeste
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Mr Cas R Cabell who has
recently sole his farm to Mr C
C Stephenson is now removing
to Greensburg and Mrl Stephen
son and family are moving in
We regret very much the depart
ure of Mr Cabell and his estim
able family but wish them much
success in their new home
Misses Minnie Hawks J and
Orithy Dowdy will leave for
Alva Okla in the near f u ure
to a j the winter they will
also visit the Panhandle country
before returning
Mr Lyman Nichols our new
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hustling business
Messrs F P Cabell and W C
Penick made a business trip to
Cane Valley last Saturday and
Sunday
sMr Tom Dowell who lost his
wife last April was married last
Wedeesday to Miss Browning of
Metcalf county
Miss Virginia Wilson who has
been teaching near Exle closed
her school last Friday and is now
at home
homeMr
Mr and Mrs A M Mercer of
Milltown visited relatives in
this community last Saturday
and Sunday
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Mr and Mrs J F Cabell
made a business trip to Greens
burg Tuesday
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Mr John Lindley who hasre
cently sold his farm to MrP F
Squires of Portland will remove
to Burdick soon
Campe
bellsville was here last weekf
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Miss Ethel Thomson closed her
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school at Mt Fridayr
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Misses Orithy Dowdy and
Helen Penick were visiting inl
Columbia last week
Miss Bess Cabell will leave
after the holidays for Somerset
1where
where she will enter school l
Misses Mary and Virginia
Wilson Susye Johnston end Mr
R Hicks Johnston will leave in
a short time for Bowling i Green
jBJSfe to attend the Western Nor
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son Ingra r s stock of dry
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goods at Camp Knox
Mr Clarence Hartfield and
family removed to Campbells
ville last week
Mr C R Cabell sold to JN
Hancock one Jersey cow for 50
Miss Minnie Hawk closed her
school Friday at Rocky Hill
school house Miss Hawk is a
successful teacher and we regret
the close of school The last day
was celebrated with a candy pul
ling that was very much enjoyed
by all present
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Tuesday night Mr and Mrs C
JL Cabell gave a candy pulling
birig o J
Pearl the little daughter of
Mr and Mrs Eldridge t Stotts
fell against the stove one day
last week and burned her face
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Olen a little son of Mr and r
Mrs J J England is very sick
I at this writing sickI
Mrs Mariam Norris made a i 1
as
working last Tuesday and thus
hada lot of fire wood cut and
hauled in I
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J W Campbell bought two
fat hogs from A M Petty at 6 1
50 per cwtI
The school at Independence I
taught by Elbert Webb closed on i
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the 23rd inst Mr Webb is an I
excellent teacher and gave per
fects satisfaction The children
advanced rapidly in their studies
and then Mr Webb succeeded in
doing what no other had aver
succeeded in doing in this dis
trict He established a school
library with fortyfour volumes
to beginf <
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ing Miss Frances Rupe last Sun 7
day who has been confined to
her room for months mi
Mr Rob Royse attended the R
sale of Miss Juliza Wilsoriflas t
Saturday t
SaturdayMrs
1Mrs Stella Page was visiting
May Brake one day last week
IMrs Mary Murphy was visit
lastn
week Mr Wolf ord Page was in Co
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lumbia one day last week v
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rough winter weather j
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Mrs Dee Page was visiting
May Brake one day last week
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Mr Henry Gaston has been
horse trading again but we did
not learn how he made thfri trade
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