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Paducah has adopted; the commission form of government. On account of election riots at Gary, Ind., Gov. Rolsto'n was asked to send troops. . Secretary of War Garrison, after inspecting the Panama Ca: naj has sailed to New York. . The will of the late Adolphus Busch leaves only $210,000 to charity. The estate is valued at $50,000,000. Felix Diaz has been taken on board an American gun boat as a refugee from Mexico. Our gov ernment approved this action. The income tax is causing quite a great deal of disturbance in the financial world, and new rulings are being made on it most daily. There is a state of insurrection prevailing in Colorado and the troops have been called out to maintain order. The Governor I RICHMOND. KY. - A Training School for Teachers: C'urfte lemltnf to Elmffntnrr. Icb-rmeiiiate and Lite ute Cer tificates. Valid in all PuMi. Schools or Kentucky. Spevia. Coorses aud Review Courses. Tuition Five to Ap Doiuhws. Twoapliti1M dor- miwriM. new model school, new manual training building. prartiee.-hool, dotiaxtmentof asriemlture, well equipped (TnBKlum. Domestic Scienne- Fir-tTerm begins Sep lsVrl. Sind T-rm Kovi-mberlS. Third Term January 7 Fourth Ttiu April 7, Summer School opens June .lii. C -'aloue Free. M J. O. CRABBR, PreHn' u has instructed the soldiers to dis arm both miners vand the mine guards. ' ' It is said that . Gen. Porfifio Didias former president of Mex ico, is seeking a winter home ai Miami, Fla. Secretary Bryan has a winter home there. A Priest in . Chicago, rather than to accept a pension of $50 a month from a benevolent society, will sell newspapers on the street. His name is Rev. Michael C. Pyplatz. " Beef will be shipped from Brazil and also from Rhodesia to Amer ica, according to a statement made by Richard Walsh, who has extensive ranches in Brazil and South Africa. Joshua Brenton, oh Ludlow, Ky. made a visit to the city of Philadelphia and took the pre caution to carry his $2500.00 in his cork arm. He had been warned against pickpockets. Bernardo Calero, brother of Manuel Calero, who was a can didate in the Mexican elections last Sunday week, declares that Huerta is insane and that he should be sent to an asylum. All of the Kentucky delegations in Congress are at home for the election, with the exception of Ben Johnson, who is acting as the Democratic floor leader in che ab sence of Congressman Under wood. And now comes Representa- R ustied the Order A TRAVELING Salesman, while in Nashville, Term., took a large order, promising delivery in ten days. It ! would take two days for the order to reach the Home Office by mail. It took I him only a few minutes to telephone the ! order from a pay station of the Bell Tele I phone system. Time saved by telephoning orders often means fulfillment of contract. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY "J INCORPORATED The After Hours T la mm llM.ii! it Salesmaaif nm wa em tf " t.-'"ii"i .I'.j-- 1 I! lULlVH It n II l- . .-Mqhiiiii - nil It M ANY concerns lose money every night by not attracting the attention of the crowds on the streets in the evening. On the other hand many other concerns prosper because they employ the after hours salesman Electric Light. ..' You can readily pick out these stores on the busiest thoroughfares their show windows pouring a brilliant flood of lighjt upward, outward and downward, thereby adding an attraction to the- goods .displayed not obtainable in any other way. Few people can. resist a glance at the' beautiful effect most people stop and admire it. - - The proprietors of these big shops are well versed in all modem methods which make for success in developing trade. They know that the lavish use of electric light pays, and use Edison Mazda Lamps to ob tain it at a minimum cost. . ' . , 'Our Lamp Expert3wil gladly assist 'your artistic window 'dressers fa making your store and shop wit ws as attractive as the best in town- Kentucky Utilities Gd, Inc. tive Gray of Indiana, whoop poses a popular subscription from the officials for a wedding pre sent for Miss Jessie -Wilson, on the ground that is in exceedingly bad taste. In France near Paris, seven coaches filled with passengers were reduced to splinters in a collision. The wreckage caught fire and is estimated that- from forty to fifty passengers were killed. . Arthur Royden, a farmer of Kentucky, is in a serious condi tion suffering from aphasia. He had $5000.00 in Cleveland, but when found at ML Vernon, Ind., a few days later, was penniless. Chauffeurs driving the mail auto trucks in New York struck without giving warning, thereby tying up a large amount of mail. Hpwever, their places were soon filled and the mail is now mov ing. ' '- . . Judge Hughes was sworn in as Collector of the Eighth District last Saturday. He will make his home in Danville. His prede cessor Collector Wiseman, had served only one year and nine months. Judge Carroll has filed a dis: senting opinion in the Lexing ton telephone cases, in which he scores tne majority opinion and j nolds that tne excess rate which the council allowed to the tele: phone company, is contrary to the constitution. One of the largest dirigible air I ships, the Zeppeiyn, with 27 men I on board including the entire Ger man Admiralty, was wrecked in ; midair by an explosion. The dis aster occurred on the trial trip i when the airship yvas at an eleva- ion of 900 feet. ; Governor Hayes has received i notification from Assistant Sec-i retary of War Breckinridge that i the United States would render no further aid to theArkansas militia. As the last legislature refused to make an appropriation for the militia this ends practically all hope of its preservation. OO ; AVilson Wedding Arranged Announcement was made at the White House that Miss Mar garet Wilson, .eldest daughter of the president would be maid of honor at the wedding of her sister, Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson to Francis S.ayre, on November 25 at the White House. The bridesmaids will be Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson, the youngest daughter of the president; Miss Mary G. White of Baltimore, a college friend of Miss Jessie Wil son; Miss Adeline Mitchell Scott, the daughter of Prof. William Scott of Princeton and Miss Majorie Brown, a daughter ol Mrs. Wil son's cousin, Col E. T. Brown of Atlanta, Ga. . - a Where Was John? A San Francisco woman whose husband had been dead some years, went to a me dium, who produced to her satisfaction the spirit of her dead husband. - "My dear John," aid the widow to the spirit, "are you happy now?" "I am very happy" John replied. "Happier than :you were here on earth with me?" she asked. v "Yes," was the answer, "I am far happier now than I was on earth with you." : "Tell me, John, what is it like in heav-1 en?" . "Hoavon!" Irrn rcnlioA " T'm nf in ! A ft. . JVll lVllbU 111 UUi All heaven." ' ' 00 ' Our aim is to please everybody and we will be delighted if you will call on us when in need of anything in our line. Coving ton, Thorpe & Co. 11-tf -oo- Dress Making and Alterations a Spec ialty. Mrs. W. Jones, at Singer Office. 38tf Did it ever occur to you that the Madisonian sent to your absent relatives for a birthday remembrance would be a much appreciated gift? THERE'S A REASON. It gives the National, State and local news. That is what fhey want. Only $1.00 a year. , la mi t v mwm yjir ' i .v . i ii i i n - COPYRIGHT ADLER-ROCHESTER Watch the Thermometer ! It's Overcoat Weather It's beginning to drop these chill mornings. Don't let the first real cold catch you unprepared. It's little expense to provide yourself now with an ADLER OVERCOAT .Then you're sure of being cold-proof, even on the bitterest days.' And as for style and tailoring but what's the use of talking? Just take a moment's look at our assortment of Adler Suits and Overcoats. Nothing like them ever before seen in town. And such prices ! - . . $15 to $25 t aiM '' : "Jf(ome of Good Qloth es Remember when you come to town and want seed that Covington, Thorpe & Co. handle the best that can be bought and will sell them worth the money. Come and see us at 232 West Ma in street 11-tf -oo- We . guarantee . quick delivery of every thing you buy and will appreciate your orders. If you - have not tried us give us a call, 232 West Main street, Richmond, ky. Covington, Thorpe & Co. 11-tf -oo- Wlien you want first-class groceries call, up Covington, Thorpe & Co., 72 and 144. 11-tf . -oo- FOR SALE Baled Rye Straw. John R' Gibson. , 38tf . oo Red Cedar Shingles. ;. Blanton Lumber Co. 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