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The Bee, Earlington, Ky., May 12, 1892
Below are the names of those who enjoyed Thursday evening at Spring Lake: Misses Sallie and Retta Wells, Annie Sugg, Mayme Shackelford, Emma Prewitt, Sammie and Mayme Nisbet, Florence and Zadie Howard, Bonnie Lloyd, Beulah Barnes of Sebree, and Lula Arterburn; Messrs. Frank Long, Major Wells, Ruby Laffoon, Edwin Cunningham, Frank Bowmer, Tom Hall, Will Davis, Bob Harnard, Turner Ruby, Tom Rash, Bird Barnhill, Jim Givens, and Sam Compton.

Save your money by going to Rash's livery stable to get prices. His rates are  the cheapest.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., May 19, 1892
Mrs. J. E. Withers, and little daughter, Janie, of Henderson are visiting Mrs. George W. Rash.

James R. Rash's new dwelling will soon be finished. It is quite an imposing structure and an ornament to the town.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., June 9, 1892
Two boys living near Madisonville, Warren Rash and Rufus Bourland, while at Flat Creek Meeting Sunday, became involved in a difficulty. Both passed cuss words, which finally turned to blows. Friends, however, separated them before any blood was shed.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., June 16, 1892
Mrs. O. W. Rash, of Henderson, visited relatives in this city last week.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., June 23, 1892
Wm. McCarley and Geo. W. Rash are in Chicago this week.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., June 30, 1892
Mrs. J. R. Rash, of Earlington, was in the city shopping Saturday.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., July 14, 1892
Gus Nisbet, of Evansville, Ind., and James Rash, of Henderson, visited relatives here last week.

Mrs. George W. Rash was agreeably surprised Monday, on receiving a present of a new upright piano, of Decker Bros. manufacture.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., July 21, 1892
The Knights Templars organized Tuesday. A petition was sent to the Grand Commander of the State for a charter. D. A. Morton was made Eminent Commander and J. R. Rash Generalissimo.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., August 11, 1892
Mrs. Adolphus Rash and daughter, of Cadiz, visited Mrs. J.. E.  Ruby last Sunday. 

Miss Annie Mason, of Henderson, spent Sunday with Mrs. James R. Rash, of this city.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., August 25, 1892
Messrs. G. W. Rash, D. M. Evans, C. H. and W. S. McGary, and C. B. Payne are in Kansas City, Mo.

The Bee, Earlington, Ky., September 1, 1892
Mrs. G. W. Rash, of Earlington, and her sisters, Misses Carrie, Fanny, and Jennie Withers, visited the family of R. M. Salmon last week.

The Gleaner, Henderson, Ky., March 23, 1897
With High Honors - O. W. Rash Comes Out With Flying Colors as a Physician
O. W. Rash, more familiarly known as Wat, has graduated with high honors as a physician from Bellevue Hospital, New York. His father, O. W. Rash, Sr., received a telegram yesterday to that effect, and is quite proud of Wat's progress. Wat is a hard student, and when he attended the Louisville Medical College for two years, he was awarded the prize for being the best second-year student in the college. As is stated above, he spent his third year at Bellevue college.

The Hustler, Madisonville, Ky., June 8, 1897
The ceremony that will unite the destinies of Mr. Ernest Rash and Miss Mary Crawford will be solemnized this evening at the Baptist Church at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Lora Hall will act as maid of honor; Mr. Harry Brown, of Hanson, as best man to the groom; little Willie Belle and Nannie Brown and Lizzie May and Helen Givens as flower girls; Messrs; Will Daves, Turner Ruby, Walter Stodghill, and Will Hopewell as ushers.

The Madisonville Daily Messenger, January 23, 1928
Frank D. Rash, Louisville, formerly of Earlington, was elected President of the Louisville Council of Boy Scouts of America....