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The Interior Journal.
FOUNDED 1080. 63d YEAR. NO. 84
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1012
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Henry Breckinridge and Oscar Let
chcr to Speak On Monday
Night. Oct. 21.
A trcnt U in More for the people
of McKinney nnd vicinity on next
Monday nicht, Oct. 21. Hon. Henry
Breckinridge, o Lexington, n ne
phew of the Into W. C. Breckinridge,
Mho for ycnrH represented the Anil
land District in Congress, nnd who
like his uncle, is n onptivating
Bpcnkcr. will, with Hon. Oscur Iiot
clier, of Henderson, elector on the
Wilson ticket for the Second Con
gressional uiniriei, Mi'drr ths ret
era of McKinney nnd vicinity on
next Mondny night nt 7 o'clock, in
the Interest of the democratic tick
et. Mr. Breckinridge is n grnduato
e Princeton, Imrinir finished tho
courso Ihero whilo Woodrow Wilson
wns at tho hend of Hint famous in
stitution of learning nnd wna tho
first democrat in Kentucky to es
pouse tho ennse of the democratic
presidential nominee Mrt Letcher is
ono of the most influential citizen
nnd promising voting lawyers of
Henderson, nnd is n speaker of
Known nbility. Every voter in West
nnd South End of the county should
nvnil tliriiisrlves of the opportunity
io henr these orators as it is not
often such excellent ones arc sent
our wav. Remember the date. Mon
day night, Oct. 21, at 7 o'clock.
Campaign Chairman McCarty is
preparing to shell the woods with
oratory as n glunco at the following
list of speaking appointments will
Hustonvllle Oco. E. Stone, of
Danville and J II. I'nxton Saturday
Oct. 20 2 P. M.
Crab' Orchard K. S. Alcom and
W. S. Rurch Saturdny, Oct. 20, 2
Waynesburg J. H. Paxton, and
T. J. Hill. Saturday, Nov. 2, 2 P. M.
Richards School House M. F.
North, W. I MeCnrty and W. S.
llurch Frida" Oct. 25, 7 P. M.
Turnersvllle H. R. Saufley and
T. J. Hill, Friday Oct. 25, 7 P. M.
Yecura School House S. M. Sauf
ley and K. S. Alcom, Friday, Oci.
2.',, 7 P. M.
Vanhook Wins Suit.
Jndge Bailen court was oeou--pied
all of Wednesdnv aftenioon
with enso ot Fedcrnl Chemical Co.,
of Louisville, against J. N. Vanhook.
of tho Southern end of tho county.
Vanhook had bought u quantity of
fertilizer of the company and exe
cuted his note for $18 tor it He
-claimed that the material injured
rather than helped his land and not
only resisted payment of the note,
but sued the company for $100,
which nmount ho clnimed to have
liccn damaged. About 30 witnesses
vrcro introduced and tho case was
contested wilh considerable spirit.
K. S. Alcorn represented Vanhoook
nnd J. Ii. I'nxton the Chemical Co.
The inn, ufter deliberating some
time brought in n erdict for Van
liook, giving him $18 which was tho
nmount oftho note held by the com
pany uuttliini liiiu. C TCmIC C
course throws the cost on the com.
Lincoln Girl's Husband a Winner
Before starting on her long trip
ito their western rome. Mrs. C. C.
Loele, of Davenport, Washington,
received a telegram from her hus
band tiint he had just won the dem
ocratic nomination for Countv Aud
itor, n position similar to County
Clerk here Mrs. Lceto. before her
siarriage. wn MU .Margaret Liv
ingston, daughter of Rev. Jasper
Livingston, of tins county. Mer
husband hart been deputy county
auditor of Lincoln countv. Wash
ington, for several tonus- lie. hud
several opponents for the nomina
tion baf had made such a eanable
ofllcinl and wns so popular, he had
no trouble in winning. It is not be
Itcvod ho will have much trouble in
defeating his republican opponent
Pie Supper at Ncal's Creek.
Tho Indie of tho Ncal's Creek
church will havo u pie supper on
Saturday night, the Oth. in order to
complete tho fund they ure raising
to purchase a bell for the church.
They secured about $5 or half tho
amount necessarv at tho box supper
last Saturday night, nnd beliovo that
thoy can sccme the remainder at
he pie supper, which is n very pop
ular form of entertainment and nl.
-wnys attended by all of tho belles
and beaux in tho neighborhood. All
of the boys are uigod to como out
with thoir pocket books full of
money to buy tho pies which the
many pretty girl will huve for sale.
Card of Thanks.
We deslro to oxiress our heart
felt thanks to our relatives and
friends, nnd to each and every one
for thoir valued kindttess shown us
during the illness nnd death of our
dear beloved son. Edgar, Mr, and
Mr. Levi Elam, Spainey, ICy.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Murphy nnd
children, of near Stanford, were re
rent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W.
Mr. Ruel Sprngcns, of Cincinnati,
wo in this city Saturday, cu routo
Messrs. A. J. Adams, Frank North
J. W. Powell and J. W. Depp motor
ed to Frnnkfort and other points of
interest Inst Tuesday,
Messrs. Will Hoskini Oco. D.
Wcnthcrford and 0. S. Williams at
tended tho burial of Mr. Henry San
tlifer at Danville Monday 'at fcnioou.
Prof, and Mr. Robinson took the
school children to tho woods chest
nut hunting Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Riffc and Dr.
nnd Mr. Tom Rohon. visited Mr.
cud Mrs. Tom Ya litis nt Lancaster'
Rev. and Mrs. Surles nnd beauti
ful Iittlo baby have returned from a
lisit to South Carolina.
Rev. and Mrs. Willis, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. P. Riffc, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Stanley Stephenson, M"dnme Jen
nie Carpenter, Oeo. Bradley. E. Mc
Connack, Will Stagg, W. M. Myers,
Misses Angie Carpenter, Roso nnd
Marguerite McCormnck attended
the National Christian church Con
edition nt IOtiisvillo this week.
Miss Allic Ynntis nnd Hessie Riffc
wcro week-end guests of Miss Eliza
Mr. Paul Wilis, who is nttlondins
school nt Lexington enmo down Fri
day evening to bo with the homo
folk until Mondny.
Messrs. Arthur Sprngens, W. O.
Cowan. Eramett McCormnck, Hilly
Hnrkin were in Danville Sunday.
Misses Ethel nnd Minnie Hotichin
woro here shopping Saturdny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Yowcll wore
in Cincinnati last week.
Miss Pattie Moore, of Louisville,
is the guest of Miss Ella Hnrnctte.
Miss Edrra t'amnitz nnd Mrs. Wal
ler Vnnnrsdall went to Lexington
last Monday to witness the game be
tween PitUburg nnd Lexington.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. C. Drown, of Dan
ville, spent Inst week at Elixir
Mr. John Bogie, of Danville, wns
hero for a short visit to Misses Bo
gie. Hugh Sandidgc wns in Lexington
Miss Rose Yowell left Mondnv for
! ICsr.rAr.v hsro she will held a seel
Mrs. Jason Wesley and son of
Liberty, wns here Snturdny the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Lucicu
Mr. Luther Willis wns tho week
end visitor of his parents. Rev. nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Frank North nnd
J. It. Riffe attended tho Masonic
meeting nt Louisville this week.
Mr. F. M. Simms, of Lawrence
burg, wns in this- city for a few
Rev. E. B. English, of Owensboro,
urrived Tuesday and is in charge of
the tcvivnl services at tho Baptist
church. He preached Tuesday even
ing on the subject: "Building a
Life." Ijirgo crowds nre present and
the lire! In en anticipate a successful
Tho mumps .which were beginning
to ho finite common here, have,' nbout
Rov. J. E. Roberts, pastor of tho
Methodist church is conifued to hi
room with toiihilitis.
Mis Mury IV It us who is teach
ii'g in the graded school at Rur"in,
visited the family of her grandmoth
er. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus.
Mr. and Mr, fi rover Gastincau,
of Point Lcavoll, visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor.
Miss Minnie Blankcnship, of Mer
cer county, is visiting her cousius,
M1j.sc Eder nnd Annio Rsrtcls at
Messrs. Robert Scott and Rich
aid Anderson attended a social nv
en bv MKsJ-Imnm ShttonT near
(1 rover, tho voting. Mn of J. L.
Kennedy, is quite ill and threatened
F. F, Blnnkeiishlp nnd family vis
ited C. 0. Ware and wife near Row
land. William Ranke, the poll's and ac
commodating sexton of the Baptist
church, has been quite poorly, but is
able to attend his duties.
Mrs. Win. Dychouse, who ha been
ill, i much better.
For Sale Small Country Farm
I desiro to sell privately iny homo
situated about 3 1-2 milos from
Stanford, Ky., on tho Rush Branch
pike, and adjoining tho lauds of
Mrs. O. C. Given and Carson Cov
er. This place coutnius ton and
ouo-hulf acres of good land, well
fruited. Upon it there is a new
dwelling house of six rooms, two
small halls aud porch room, a new
cistern ,two everlasting springs and
all necessary outbuildings. For par
ticulars call upon or write to P. M.
MoRoberts, Atty. at Stanford, Ky.
Former Lieut. Gov. J. It. Uimbnan Rl0car of white corn. In nil classes
died nt his home in Columbia, this except the single ears contost, must
week. He was a wheelhorse dem'- have twelve ears as samples. Very
oorat in his day. V.' - , " lruly, STATE DANK & TRUST CO.
OVER 1,000 NAMES
On Petition From Lincoln Asklnq
Pardon for Walter Carson
Over a thousand signatures havo
been obtained in Lincoln county to n
lictition to Gov. McCrcnry nsking
him to pardon Walter Carson, the
Iluslonvill? b'y, who wn convicted
iti the Casey county circuit court of
shooting n mnn by the name of
Ed Cochran, to denth. Carson was
sentenced to n life term in the pen
itentiary, but linn not yet been tak
en to Frnnkfort, being held nt the
jail in Liberty until his case is An
ally acted on. Hi brother, Fred
Carson, had no trouble in securing
many now signers to the petition
hero Mondny, for it seems to bo gen
erally felt by his friends nnd thoo
who hnve acquainted themselves
with the facts m tho unfortunate
case that young Cnrson had great
provocation for his deed, and thnt
nearly every ordinary mnn placed in
n similnr situation, would hnve done
pa )i did. The rnsp will hn brought
to tho attention of the governor nt
fin early date. Petitions hnve also
been extensively circulated in Cns
cy county, where Cnrson is well
known, having carried the rural
fTco delivery route out of Huston
vllle nnd down into Cnsey for quite
n while before ho became involved in
this trouble. He is tho youngest
sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Cnrsou.
of Hustonville, formerly of Stan
ford, where they have many friends.
Building, a New Warehouse
J. II. Bnughman and Company
have begun tho constniction of n
largo worchouso on their lot front
ing the railroad, to replace the
building destroyed by fire a vear
ago. This warehouso will be built
entirely of concrete and will bo made
as near fireproof as possible. Owing
to the constniction of tho driveway
at tho rear of the depot, the long
switch for the mill, had to be re
moved, so n concrete retaining wall
ha been built to hold n switching
trnckat an nngle in front of the
warehouse. Phillips Bros., have the
contract for the concrete work.
Speaks at Lexington.
Congressman Harvoy Helm has
accepted an invitation to speak at
Lexington nt n big Democratic rally
tomorrow, Saturday night Oct. 19.
The democracy of the Stnte is be
ginning to recognize in the Tall Sy
camore qualities which always com
mend themselves to tho masses of
people. Hi audience tomorrow nicht
will be nmply repaid bv the address
which we know Mr. Helm is capable,
MISS LUCY MASSEY
Wins Dinner Set Offered By Sam
Robinson Today's Standing
Miss Lucy Mnssey was tho lucky
winner of the Dinner set offered by
Sam Robinson in his big Piano con
test, the past week. Now is tho
time you need votes. Save them for
your friends. Thoy want to win.
The standing at the 1nst count wns
4J u ran
To The Farmers.
Our Annual Corn show will bo
Nov. 30, 1912. All entries must bo
in by Nov. 20th 1912.
V e will give to the owner of the
best snmplo of white corn $7.50 2nd
besi $5, to the best sample of yellow
$2.50. Wo will give a premium of
$5tolho one entering tli best sin-
J. C. BAILEY'S SALE
Good Crowd In Attendance Fair
Tho salo of J. C. Bailey at Crab
Orchard Tuesday brought out nbout
250 pcoplo nnd under tho crying of
Auctioneer J. P. Chnndler did not
remain long under the hammer. An
excellent burgoo dinner wn served
by J. C. Rcid of this place. Follow
ing is n summary of the snlo:
Milk cow to T. Nolan $24.
Jersey heifer to II. Catron $29.
Red Heifer, 2 years old, Faulk
ner Kennedy, $24.
Jersey cow, 5 year old, Sum Ma
Milk cow 0 years old, Faulkner
Jersey cow, 6 years oid, Sam Mn
Milk cow 7 years old, Faulkner
Hereford milch cow, C years old,
Gcorgo DcDordc $38.
Jersey row .Join! Cross $20.5(1.
Jersey cow aud calf, Frank
Four year old mare nnd colt, Pey
ton Porrish, $135.
Black niaro 10 years old, und cult
Andy Tucker $132.50.
Three year old moro by Preston,
Faulkner Kennedy, $85.
Suckling colt by Preston, E. L.
Team 9 year old horse mules, An
dy Tucker, $145.
Gray pony, 0 years old, J. B. Bai
Team black mules, 5 years old, Joe
Pair sorrel horse mules, 3 and 4
years old, B. W. Givens, $310.
Team black horse mules 2 years
old. William Cornet t. $250.
Tcad 0 year old black mules, Josh
Black horse mule 3 years old, Josh
Black horso mule 7 years old,
Josh Wilson $100.
Gray colt 2 years old Josh Wilson
Horse mule, 5 years old, II. Stig
Pair J year old maro mulos Gann
Family horse and buckboard, J. H.
2 year old horse mule, A. C. Hill.
" Gray Gelding 7 years old W. Gov
Bay saddle raaie 14 years old W.
Brown combined mnro 7 years old
W. L. McCurty $193.
Black gelding, 3 years old F. Scott
Black filly 2 eyars old, F. Scott
Brown work horse, G. Gastiueau
Bay yearling colt, S. II. Baugh
Yoke light steers. II. Catron $17.
Hay colt, Tom Walls $00.
Mare mule 5 years old, D. M.
Black yearling colt, Dr. Joues,
Chestnut gelding 4 years old. Dr.
Brown horse 3 years old, W. L.
Four calves, II. Catron, nt $10 per
Red cow John Smith. $22.
NONE OTHER LIKE IT
H. C. Bright Says I. J. Reaches More
People Than Any Other Paper
"I lind that tho Interior Journal
covers so much territory, uud wo
can reach so mauy growers through
its columns that no other one papor
gets to. that we are hern ta Imv it
regular space in your puper during
the season," said Air. II. C. Bright,
of thu Danville Tobacco Warehouse
Company, to u representative of the
paper Monday. Mr. Bright is pre
paring for n big benson ut his noim
lar hoiiM', nnd kuows how to reach
the most tobacco grower and fann
ers with the least expenditure. His
plant has been cularged nnd improv
ed and he snys that he will have the
best auctioneer in the business with
him us soon as tho buying season
begins. A great many Lincoln
county growers have sold with him
eery year uud have always been
given the best and fairest of treat
ment. He will undoubtedly get; n
large sharo of the weed grown in
this part of the state this season.
Mr. Bright's estimate of tho wido
circulation of the I. J. wus, of
course, eminently correct. An nd
vertUer enn cover fivo counties
thoroughly with one advertisement
in this paper.
To Head Young Mens'
Work for Wilson.
K. S Aleoin has been appointed
chairman for Lincoln county of tho
Young Meus' Bureau which is push
ing work nmong the young men of
tho stnto for Woodrow Wilson. He
will unmo product committeemen in
everv precinct in the county to rally
the young democratio voters, nnd
see that all get to the polls on elec
Senator Hubble Buys an Auto
Benntor R. L. Hubble, has joined
tho roiidlv crowinir colonv nf nntn
owners in Lincoln county. Ho pur-l
chased Inst week a six passenger
Oldsmobilo touring car. It is tho'
handsomest machino in tho county
nnd is said to have cost around $3.-.
000. At the rnto which our nconlo
are buying nutoinobiles, it will not
uo very long until tiiey nre ns num
erous as the old family horso.
Beautiful Wedding Soemnlzed at
Lancaster This Week
Lancnstcr, Ky., Oct. 17 An un-
usually society event of the week
wuu the murriuiro on Wcducsduy ev
ening nt 3 o'clock at the Christinn
church of Miss Frances Crenshaw
Tinder nnd Bcnnmin F. Robinson of
this city. The church which was
prettily decorated with n back
ground of green ndded much to tho
affair. Tho four ushers Messrs.
Currey Robinson, Joo F. Price, II.
Clny Kauffinan and J. P. Oustlm
haized, of Lexington, first entered
the aisles of the church. The maid
of honor, Miss Delia Tinder and the
groom' brother nnd best mnn. Cur
rey Robinson following: then the
bride's moid, Miss Sue Shelby Mn
son nnd Mr. J. P. Osthnhaizen. then
the bride and groom, who wcro join
ed nt the altar by tho bride's fath
er. Elder F. M. Tinder in well and
chosen impressive words sealed tho
marnago vows with the golden cir
clet the marriage ring.
Before tho bridal party a well se
lected musical program was render
ed. Miss Letty May McRoberts
playing the necompaniment for the
popular tenor singer. Mr. John M.
Farra, who , pleasantly sang "Oh
l'romise Ale,' nnd "Till tne Sands
of the Desert Grow Cold."
Miss McRoberts pleased tho large
nudiencc with the following select
instrumental solos "Nevius Evening
Stnr," the "Barcorall " nnd "Call
Me Thine Own."
The bride wns strikingly pretty in
a handsome gown of chnrmense- and
a pearl julict cap and carried a voii.
brides' roses and lilies of the volley.
The maid of honor Miss Delia Tin
der was in a handsome embroidered
white over blue silk with becoming
blue ncccssoncM. while the liride's
maid, Miss Sue Shelby Mnson wore
cream over yellow satin carrying a
large boquct of yellow chrysunthu
niums. Tho happy nnd popular young peo
ple whoso friends nre legion left nt
once for nn extended bridal trip
The long continued drouth in
Garrard is becoming deplorable.
A Boy Scout association has been
organized in the community with
about 21 members.
Mis. Fred P. Frisbie entertained
the Chautauqua Circle Wednesday
R. L. Elkin nnd John M. Farra are
it home from an annual fishing trip
near Rockcastle Spnugs.
Arts und Crafts Missionary So
ciety met Wednesday nfternoon nt
the Presbyterian church, and served
n salad course.
Rev. Joseph Hopper, of Perryville
will begin a series of meeting at
the Prcsblyeriau church Sundny
Messrs. Win. nnd Samuel Denny
will have a sale of first class stock
ot their home near Point Lenvell on
Friday. Oct. 24 th. Seo details in
their big ndv. in other columns.
The following Lancastrians were
in Louisville this week for the Na
tional Sunday School and C. W. D.
M. conventions, Rev. F. M. Tinder,
Mesdnmcs J.B. Kiunaird, Emma Hig
ginbotham. W. T. Wet. J. R. Ran
ey.R. T. Embrv. Win. Burnett. Misses
Addie nnd Cormo Arnold nnd Sallio
Mr. Thompson and sister. Mis
Jean Thompson, of Mt. Hebron, nie
both ill of typhoid fever. They are
under the care of n trained nurse
The recent bride, Mrs. D. F. Rob
inson, entertained tho bridal party
at her home on Stanford street. On
Monday evening the Mis-es Gill gave
a reception in honor of the bride
elect. Mr. J. C. Hemphill, of Louisville,
is the guest of her mother, Mr. Ar
thusa Currv. C. D. Powell hns re
turned fiom a protracted visit to
lus son in Oregou. Mrs. Jiinie
Shropshire and daughter, of Cyn
thiaua, are with Rev. and Mrs. F.
M. Tinder. Mrs. A. R. Rice, of
Richmond. Ind, i visiting her moth
er. Mr. II. A. B. Markhburv. Mr.
Elizabeth Denny is in Hustonville,
visiting Airs. Mary Kniiffiunn. Mrs.
Win. Ballard and littl" daughter,
Margaret, are at home after n visit
to Mrs. Ernest Bohon Campbell in
Stanford. Mr. W. Anderson is tho
auest of Danville friends. Miss
Margaret Milward, of Lexington,
wns hero for the Tinder-Robinson
wedding. Mis Allie Ynntis is in
Hustonville with her cousin. Miss
Bessio RitTe. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D.
Walker are in Louisvillo visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hunter Irvine.
Du't forget the Democratic speak
ing nt McKinney Monday night.
WIN AT TWO FAIRS
Harris & Woods' Great Show Mules
Without Peers on Fair Circuit
Bob Woods has returned from
Bowling Green nnd Olnsgow, where
he exhibited tho great herd of show
mules owned by himself in partner
ship with his uncle, Col. Sum T.
Harris. At both fairs tho Lincoln
county string of hybrids swept all
before them, and ugain demonstrat
ed the fact that (hero is probably no
superior herd of show mules in tho
At Bowling Green, Mr. Woods
showed in eight rings, and came out
with seven blue ribbons nnd three
reds. There wcro 14 mnro mules in
the sweepstake ring, and ho won tho
first ribbon in this event with a
At Glasgow ho mndo shows in 10
rings nnd came away with 10 blues,
seven reds nnd three thirds.
These great mules will not be
shown further this season, having
demonstrated without doubt that
thoy havo no equals on the Kentucky
IN FEARFUL SHAPE
Are Pikes In This Part of the Coun
tyDust Many Inches Deep:
Complaint is heard on all sides of
tho fearful condition of the roods in
the Stanford magisterial district
since tho dirt from tho side of the
loads has been scraped into the
center. The Danville nnj Huston-,
villo pikes, for instance are several'
inches thick in dust right now, and
ns soon ns rniu comes will be just
thnt deep iu mud. Men who under
stand the theory of road building
say that it is the correct thing to
scrape the sides so that the center
shall be higher, and a proper drain
obtained, but that when tho roaj has
been shaped, it should bo covered
with metal. This ha not been done
nnd in consequence, the roads in
this part of the county are in worso
shape than they have been for years.
GIRL SENT TO JAIL '. .
In Mercer When She would Not'Tell
Of Her Father's Crime.
Ilarrodsburg, Ky.. Oct. 17. X
sensation was created yesterday af
ternoon when Miss Lizzi Devine, of
the Roso Hill section, flatly refused
to talk when taken before the grand
jury to testify in the case of tho
Commonwealth against her father.
Thomas Devine, who is charged with
incest. Miss Devino's sister was
then called and she sat silent as an
Egvptian mummy. Miss Lizzie De
vine wns promptly sent to jail by
Judge Hardin who does not beliovo
in any foolishness when it comes to
enforcing the lnw. She still refus
ed to talk but it is thought that n
short confinement will have the de
sired effect. Devine himself is at
least fifty yenrs old and when tak
en into court the other day appear
ed to be a raving lunatic and it
took three men to hold him. It it
generally believed that he is play
ing crazy, although some think that
tho awful remors" occasioned by ro
tlection upon his ciimo has unbal
nnred hirn. This is the only case of
importance to be tried at tho Oc
tober term of tho Mercer circuit
court. Devinc'e wife is living and
when the charge of incest wns pre
ferred against him in connection
with two young daughters, who now
refuse to talk, public sentiment was
deeply stirred in the Rose Hill sec
tion of tho county. The writer finds
that Judge Hardin, by his prompt
ness in hnving tho law executed is
making a fine reputation in his home
county of Mercer. He is deservedly
ono of the most popular judges who
has ever served in the Thirteenth
Democrats May Carry Laurel
Londou, Ky., Oct. 14. Henry T..
Duncan, of Lexington, spoke ton
lurgo crowd of Progiessives iu the
courthouse yard today iu the inter
est of the candidacy of Col. Roose
velt for President and II. II. Seavy
for Congress. Col. Duncan wns iu
trodutv.l by ll-thei! Boyd, Jr.. one
of the leaders of tho now party in
Laurel county. Tho crowd was the
largest seen hero daring tho present
campaign. Mr. Duncan made' a
good impression upon his hearers.
Mr. Seavy, tho Moose candidate for
Congress, nlso delivered a short ad
dress. Fow democrats, if nny in
this county have joined the new pa'r
uy, but it has enlisted many of tho
strongest men of tho Renublicau
paily. Tho normal volo in Lnurel
county is nbout two Republicans to
one Democrat, bat now the Republi
cans and Progressives are sn evenly
divided that there is a good chance
for tho. countv to mi Democratic the
first time iu many years. '
Boston won tho woild's baseball
championship, defeating Now York, '
In the last game Wednesday 3 to 2.
Boston won four game New York
three and one wns tied.