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EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912
The following young ladies
from Hopkins County have
entered the Mammoth Cave
contest ending the last week
in August and their standing
is as follows:
Ruth Daniels , 1025
Misa Mary Parker 1000
Lockyo Grace 1000
Mable Brpwnlng... 1000,
Kathleen Spillmau 1000
Susan Mario Orutchfield 1000
Margaret Mitchell 1000
Pansy Rule 1000
Zilpah Mnorohead 1000
Ruby Sisk 1000
Elizabeth Long..-. 1000
Goldio Salmon ....1000
Connie Feu wick , . . .1000
Kathleen Corey 1000
C&thorlne Blair 1000
Artie Favors 1000
Efilie Stokes 1000
Bardie Jennings 1000
Vlrgie Klllroy 1000
Mary Blair ,, 1000
Mary Cobb : 1000
Aloise O'Bryln 1000
Ida Martin 1000
Ruth Wyatt .1000
Hazel Priffln 1000
Margaret Victory 1000
Amelia Coil 1000
Josephine Clark 1000
Mary Louise Walker 1000
Mary Ardon Jennings. 1000
Laura Boll Rudd 1000
Elizabeth Bassett 1000
Vorda Oates 1000
tiarau Hayes lOOO
Dixie Montgomery 1000
Gertrude Overall 1000
Elizabeth NIsbet 1000
Louisa MoPherson 1000
Margaret Robs 1000
Eva Bell K00
Edna Morgan 1000
Nannie Anderson..: 1000
Estha Morrow 1000
Lena Pritohett 1000
Georgia Morton ,.1000
Francis Elgin 1000
Lora Lee Todd 1000
Gertrude Black 1000
Edna Peyton 1000
Arrie Lovan 1000
Myrtle May Sisk 1000
Sibyl O'Bryant 1000
Ruth McCraw ' 1000
Myrtle Martin 1000
Rollie Laffoon 1000
Fannie Tratheu 1000
Atmio Marl Morgan 1000
Nell RoblnBon 1000
Maude Jenkins .,v. lfiPO
Luura Woodruff 1000
Verna Galloway 1000
Dixie Woodruff 1000
Section 5 Article 15
Of the Ordinances and By-Laws of the City
of Earlington,' Ky., Reads as Follows:
If any person shall shoot or dis
charge firearms in the city, unless nec-
essary or proper for. the protection of
person or property, he shall be fined not
exceeding twenty dollars.
Frank D. Rash, Mayor.
Attest: . ' '
PftOc "REPRICE; Gity ClerK-
Verna Long. .,. 1000
Mynle Konne'tt r 1000
Agnes Parish 1000
Pet Bailey 1000
Emma Ashby 1000
Mattlo Rudd 1000
Ruth Jones 1000
Johanna Brown 1000
Katherine Slaton .1000
Jessie Leo Hayes 1000
Pet Ashby 1000
Goldie Ashby f! 1000
"AVIATION CIRCUS" IS
THE VERY LATEST
To be Held at.Eva'nsville Under Auspices
of The Courier June 6, 7 and 8
An Aviation Circus is to be held
in EvanBville June G, 7 and 8, under
the direction of the Evansville Cour
ier, which gave the first exhibition
of flying in this partof tho world last
year. The Courlor announces the
greatest flyers in the couutry for tills
meet. One of them is Lincoln Boa
chey, whoso feat of flying over the
bridge at Niagara Falls aston
ished the world. He has been cail-
ed the death-defying dare devil ofcmtQ&t In August given for securing
the air. Another is Farnum Fish,
theyouugest licensed airship pilot
In the world.
The Courier bIbo announces it will
engage tho services of a famous band
for the' occasion,
One of the features to interest the
crowd will be a balloon ascension
and parachute drops daily. Othtr
attractions of the various days will
be as follows:
Thursday Automobile contest.
Friday Motorcycle races.
Saturday Field and track Ath
leticB, The Aviation Circus will be held
at the fair grounds, and promises to
bo the greatest exhibition of flying
ever held in this partof the country.
The gtes,. open at 2 o'clock and
the exhibltion-cominencpB at three,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
June 6, 7 and 8,
Mystic Eleven Picnic
Tho girls of the Mystic Eleven
who are always in for a good time
planned at their laBt meeting to give
a picnic supper on "Oakmoor" lawn
last Friday evening aB a parting
frolic for MiBses Goldie Weir and
Katie Murrell two of their number
who Boon leave for their, homes.
To add to the pleasure of the occas
sion the young men were invited.
At the appointed time the young
folks met at seven o'clock, owing to
the coolness of the evening the lunch
was spread in the dining room on
the table, picnic fashlou, and a most
toothsome lunch it waB, of delicious
sandwiches, dreBsed eggB, salads,
olIveB and pickles, Btrawberry ice
cream and cake, which all seemed
to relish. The club colors, yellow
and white, was carried out In the
refreshments very prettily. Music
and social mingling completed the
Helps a Judge in Bad Fix
Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllis Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad
sore on his let; had baffled several
doctors and long resisted all reme
dies. 'I thought it was a cancer,"
he wrote. "At last I used Buoklen's
Arnica Salve, and was completely
cured." Cure burns, bolls, ulcers,
civtfl, bruises and pileB. 25c. at All
n . . i
THE BEE'S ANNUAL TRIP
TO MAMMOTH CAVE
Will Take Place the Last. Week in August Via
Evansville and 'Green Iiver
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EXACT DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER
The Semi-Weekly Bee will send eleven young ladles from Hopkins
County to tho Mammoth Cave by way of Evansville and Green River the
last week in AuguBt and pay all expenses of the trip from the time they
leave Earlington until they return one week later. Last August we took
thlrty-flvo and sent five free. ThiB year we have arranged to send seven
free and take fifty in the party. The steamer City of Evansville" will
belong to the Seml-Woekly Bee's party on this trip and we expect to have
a grand time. There Is no other way in which a week or travel and Bight
seeing can be had so comfortably and at the same time so cheap as a four
hundred milo trip on beautiful Green "River with the magnificent scenery
along tho route; to Bay nothing of the Cave, one. of the seven wonders of
the World with its Immense grofctoeB. and domes, the giant causeway, the
rulnB of Oalnack and the wonderful ride on Echo river, are well worth the
time and trouble it will take to Bocuro this free trip.
HOW THE TRIP MAY BE SECURED
To the seven young Indies who are residents of Hopkins County and
who receive the highest number of votes from now until the close of the
new we win give thiB trip absolutely free and furni6h a suitable chaporone
to take charge of them aud look after their comfort and safety while on
Each contestant will be started with 1000 complimentry voteB and for
ea-Jh dollar turned in on subscription we will allow 1000 votes.
There will be pr luted in eaoh.isBue of the paper a coupon good for 25
votes, clip these out and vote them before the dato of expiration printed
on each coupon.
The following is a nominating coupon, write the name of your candi
date on this blank and bring or send It to this office and we will start the
candidate with 1000 complimentary votes. As soon as you have nomina
ted a young lady go to work for her and keep it up until the end of the
1 hereby enter Miss.
as-a contestant in the Semi-Weekly
Please give her 1000 complimentary
HOW CONTEST WILL SE CONDUCTED '
ThiB contest will be conducted absolutely fair and impartial and the
standing of all contestants will be published each Friday, the votes will
be placed in a small ballot box until Friday's at 12 o'clock when they will
be counted and registered opposite each parties name, they will then be
placed in the large or'Anal ballot boxwhlch is locked and the key in the
vault of the Earlington Bank where it will stay until the final count is
made by a committee selected by the contestants themselves. All con
teatantB will be provided with receipt books and all the extra copies of the
paper they need. They will bo authorized to use the Bee's premium list
namely the two books, "Sinking of the Titanic" and "The Vulture'B
Claw" alBo the Patent Tension Shears, any of the three go for fifty cents
extra with the paper and contestants will be allowed BOO votes on each
RULES OF THE CONTEST
The following ruleB will not be deviated from and under no ciroum.
stances will the amount of votes be raised during tho contest.
RULE 1. No votes will be given except for money paid on subscrip
tions or premiums with subscriptions.
RULE 2, No votes will bo issued except for cash, 1000 for each dollar
paid on subscription aud 500 on each premium.
RULE 8. No employee of this paper or relative of same shall enter
RULE 4. All free ballotB clipped from paper must be voted before
date of expiration.
RULE 5. Contestants will not be restricted as to territory in securing
or collecting back subscriptions.
RULE 6. All money secured on subscription must be turn id in the
week it Ib received so paper may be started. Contestants may hold their
votes if they wish but mustnot hold
RUJbJfi T.-TUis paper reserves the
didate for ciause.
RULE 8 VoteB are not transferable and must be voted for the party
in whose name they are issued.
The contest begins with this Issue of the paper and will end the last
week In August the exact date to be announced later. Anyone wishing to
make this trip with the contestants can do so by sending in their names to
this office where they will be filed. The cost of tho entire trip including
railroad fare from Earlington to Evansville and return, the four hundred
mile river trip from Evansville to Mammoth Cave aud return, board at
the Cave hotel, both routes in the cave and the transfer of batreaire in Ev
ansville going and returning and dinner in Evansville going will coBt only
$20.00. Send in your name early as the boat people not allow us to take
more than filfty on tho trip.
Decoration Day Will be
Observed at St. Charles
The good poople of it. Charles will
observe Decoration .Day Sunday
with approplate memorial services
at the Christian Privilege Church.
An interesting programme h8B been
arranged and a large crowd Ib
expected to be present, Christian
Privilege is one of the oldest church
in '(his couuty and' a large num
ber iih pioneer settlers and their
farnllifts lie buried Jn. the oemaiery
-new Uti httreb - v
subscribers for this paper new or re
Bee's Mammoth Cave Contest.
back subscription money. '
right to reject the name of anv can
Knights and Ladies of Security
Pay Death Claims Quickly
In less than two weeks after the
proof of hlB death was sent in by the
Knights and Ladies of Security
Lodge of Madisonviile, the family
of Joseph Hollowell received a check
or $952.65, the 'full amount of the
claim. Although this is one of the
youngst fraternal orderB In this
jrt of the country it Is the mot$
prompt! tbfc Wttlemenu:o(vfc4ti4,
elfcliM. -v -tj
The livery stables known as Evans,.
Price & Barnett and C. E. Barnett, for
merly Barnett & Stone, have this day
consolidated and will open a new set of
books. All persons indebted to or hav
ing claims against them will please call
and haveva settlement.
Style of new firm will be known as
BARNETT & CO.
May 23, 1912.
The last Parent's Day and Pupils
Reception for the present school
year, was observed by the Earling
ton Graded School last Friday May
17. The attendance was greater
than that pf any previous meeting
enrolling more than 125 visitors.
The parents were a unit in their
praise for the character of the work
done in the various grades, stating
that the progress of the year was
The exhibition work in the various
grades consisted of regular school
work, drawing, music and etc.
Manual Training in the various
cradeB was very muob in evidence,
offering many unique designs, snch
ae, tables aud book cases in wood,
various designs in paper and card
board mounting, hand made gar
ments, embroidery, darning, weav
ing and etc. And laBt but not least,
The rooms were beautifully deco
rated and a most delightiful, social
feature was enjoped by all.
At 2:80 o'clock the large a,nd ap
preciative audience assembled in the
capaciouB chapel, where the follow
ing program wbb rendered:
Mmic School Chorus.
Invocation Rev. Brandon.
Address Rev. Brazelton.
Remarks by Mtb. Corey, Mrs. Ar
nold, MIbb MotherBhead, D. M. Ev
ntiB and Rev. Brandon.
The remarks by tho ladles were
full of good will and ch6er. Mr.
Evans and Rev. Brandon empha
sized Earlington'B great ueed of a
voted, graded school.
After adjournment rom tho Audi
torium, all present were delightfully
served with refreshments li the of
fice, by the young ladles of Eight
GraoH and Hiuh School. All tho
younir men and women who assisted
In this work deserve great credit for
their enthusiasm and u lselflsh as
Through these meetlngsa great
enthusiasm is being arroused for
public school work.
Among the out of town visitors to
Parent's Day were J. H. Jones, Mor
tons Gap; N. W. Miller, Campbell8-
ville, Ky., Miss Morton, Madison
viile, Ky. ,
While an excellence for attendance
has been made bv many pupilB dur
ing that of the past year, that ofi
Herman, Ernost, Ethel, Clifton and
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream Tartar
WO ALUM, NO L!M PHOIPHATK
Estella Boyd, children of
Boyd, who- have not been absont .
single day during the past year, we
feel that this deserves special men
tion. The following pupils who har"
not been absent a single day tb
past year. '
VIrgle Lee Veasey
GBADE II. .
Eula Lee Todd
Lily May Craig
Leila May Todd
Anna B. Corey
Jimmie Dee Emberton
GRADE VIII "
Rex Ham by
Chve Cubb .
Willie Leo Craig
Now ib the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it bv ap
plying Chamberlain's Liniment and
nmjBiiKlnir the pattB freely at each-
application. For sale by All Deal
ers. Will Build Warehouse
W. H. Whifferd, the hardware
man of thiB city, will begin the erec
tion of a warehouse on his lot back
of his house, in a short time. Mr
Whitford finds that he has not suf
ficient room in his business house
for storing farming implements, ,
other machinery and fertilizers;