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Left to Right, Standing—Btagle.
Tub Race—first prize, $4.00 silk shirt,
donated by Badin Cash Store; second
prize, one box Fatima Cigarettes, donated
by Badin Amusement Company: third
prize, one 1-lb. box candy, donated by
B. T. Garrison.
TuK-of-War, Canoes, two men m each
canoe-first prize, $4.00 in cash; second
prize, $3.00 in cash.
Water Plane Race—first prize, $o.00
silk shirt, donated by Bank of Badin;
second prize, $2.00 cap, donated by Badin
Athletic Events, Ball Park, 2.00 p. m.
100-yard Dash (men)—first prize,
$6.00 Stetson hat, donated by Stanly
ClothinK Company; second prize, $2.50
shirt, donated by Stanly ClothinK Com
Three-Legged Race (open to all)
first prize, four $1.50 neckties, donated
by Wolf’s Department Store; second
prize, two $1.50 neckties, donated by
Wolf’s Department Store.
100-yard Dash (boys)—first prize,
$5.00 in trade with Main Pharmacy
(donated) ; second prize, $3.00 in trade
with Main Pharmacy (donated).
Potato Race (open to all)—first prize,
$5.00 silk shirt, donated by Wolf’s De
partment Store; second prize, $1.50 cap,
donated by Wolf’s Department Store.
Sack Race (open to all)—first prize,
$5.00 box cigars, donated by Badin Sup
ply Company; second prize, $2.50 pipe
and case, donated by Badin Supply Com-
Nail Driving Conte.st (ladies)—first
prize. $6.00 silk waist, donated by Wolf’s
Department Store; second prize, $3.50
Waterman fountain pen, donated by
Badin Supply Company.
50-yard Dash (girls)—first prize,
$5.00 box of candy, donated by Badin
Supply Company; second prize, $1.50
pair silk hose, donated by Bell Shoe
Pie Eating Contest • (open to all) —
first prize, three pairs $1.00 silk socks,
donated by Bell Shoe Store; second prize,
three fifty-cent silk collars, donated by
Stanly Clothing Company.
Tug of War—one prize, ten cigars to
cach man on winning team, donated by
Baseball (lame, “Fats and Leans"—
one prize. 5 cigars to each man on win
ning team, donated by Main Pharmacy.
4.00 p. m.—Regular Baseball Game,
Badin vs. Rockingham.
8.30 p. m., at Theater—Motion Pic
D.OO p. m.—Dance in Theater Ballroom.
Cupid is the hard-working son of Mrs.
Vulcan, her maiden name being Venu?-
Vulcan had a good job working for
Jupiter some years back, but they go
into a jam somehow, and old hard-
boiled Jupe tied a can to Vulcan, an
crippled him for life when he threw him
out of the works.
It was a raw deal, all right; but Vu
can didn’t have any comeback, so h«
went to work on the eleven to seven shil
at Mount Etna with the Cyclops boy.
Moi.ey being low, he gave young Cupi
a bow and some arrows, told him i
earn the price of a suit of clothes, an
turned him loose. A lot of water pass^
thru Gold Hill Dairy since that hajr
pened, and still the poor laddie hadn
earned so much as a pair of hose sUF
Not being able to put it over in ]
old home town, and tiring of '
kidded about his September morn
and trousers, the lad looked around
a new stand, and allowed as h®"'
Badin Club might be a likely ,5
The boy has had some banner ■
since locating here, altho things lo«
sort of dull in 1916. There were a^^^
of good prospecU in those ^
somehow or other he didn’t get an>
done. And it was a cold winter,
But say, Boy! nineteen-seventeen
him fully clothed, with money m ,
bank, as a result of the Haden-i e
son-Arthur contracts—the corners
the Parker-Book combination being
laid ill the fall of that ^Iden year-
was a busy boy, working betwe*
Club House, the Teacherage, an
Scottyshack. with a little deal j,
Possum Hollow which occupied
odd moments. .
Nineteen-«ighte«n was ®
The l>oys A-ent away to camp ano y
ing ship, and Cupe had nothing y
on. However, he put over a
elopement-the memorable ‘ , »
Janitschek affair which »nc
foiled mother-in-law, a thrillmK -
a boarding-school, an
in the Company Hudaon, four
for Fred Wall, and the unusu^^^^^
pf Tom Moorman turning 5. ^
atomic weights, reversible
inorganic chemisto' ^
heart, the weight of a fainltniT j f
in-law. irreversible matrimony.
chemistry of burning »uls.
Cupe earn* him a Ford tourinR
is all set for 1919.