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dOPKiNSVILLr KSNTUCKiAN N0VB.k2.Lt. ?1
L & N.
lime Card No. 124
.Effective Sunday April 30, 1911
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
i? 98 C. & N 0. Lim. 11:56 p. rx
H. 51 dt. L. Express 5:35 p. r
tf. 95. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. m
, 55 Hopkinavillo Ac. 7:05 a. m
Me. ,53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:33 a. m
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
o. S2 C. & St. L. Lim., 6:25 a. n
2f. 62 St. Louis Express. 9:53 a ra
N. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. m
No. 54 St.L. Fiat Mall, 10:20" p. m
Nos. 95 ond 94 will make Nos. 90
and 91 's stops except 94 will not stop
ct Mannington and No. 95 will
mot stop at Mannington or Empire
Ho. 53 and 54 connect at St. Lonlt and ot'ir
No. St connect at Outline lor Meinpbla lin
clnta as far south a Erin and lor LoqIitI
lactani-t! and o Edit.
Mo. S3 and 55 make direct conn at Gat
rt f r tiouiuvlli. Cincinnati and all point
aort and east thereat. No. S3 an 4 55 alto con
ect f( - MtmpV Ij and wav points.
a. 92 runs through to Chicago and will o
err oiwenctro to point Soutn f Eransvi -
So. 93 through steepen u- Atlanta, " r
nckcnTlllft St. AaeastlQe an Tampa, f'i
Lfo Pullman sleeuers to New Orleans. C
is.ta at Gnthrie for points East and West.
1 wtl not carry 'o.al pneanjrern for polt N
.1 C. HOOE. ARt.
Mme Table No, 4 Taking Effec
November 17, 1912
tfrHtr. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.rr
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a r
Ne. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 i
Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 p
-, No. H Leave Nashville 7:55 a
Arrive Hopkinsville 11 1 U i
v-Ko. 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p r
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.
T L. MORROW. Air tin
FAIR M MADE
A TOWN WAKE UP
Woman's 6retfat Trouble.
Biff Sandy, Twin. Mr. Lucy Csti-
'trell, of this place, tsvys: "Etry
two weeks, I had to to to bed ui.d
stay there several 'days! 1 sufortd
' uti'old misery. Nothing seemed to
help mp, until I-tried Cardui, the
! womaVs ionic Although I hud bedil
W STOP F
Bowling Green's School Gather-
lllg Dbdl lilti UllbUbi tftl'ctc-d with wnrhanly WdekntMsor
Rtguiation of Strtamt by Forcsti
IT ROUSED CIVIC PRIDE,
And Made Citizens Realize That Ken
tucky Vaj Forging Forward to Take
Her Place With Othor States of the
A circus ran hrluc n crowd Into n
town that will tax the livery stableg
nnd side streets, but a school fair and
parade can do the same. On Oct. 20
Bowling Green was crowded, crowded
as If a show wns In town, but there
was n difference. It was a crowd of
eager, expectant people, with eyes look
ing far beyond the mere parade; It wan
a crowd that marks the awakening of a
state that had dozed comfortably for
a . years. Cartlui heined rtio niora
j than anything else ever did. It a
purely the beat tonic for wohnn on
earth." Weakness fs womana great
est medicine, because it overcomes
that weakness and brings back
strength. In tho past 50 years, Car
dui helped over a million women.
Try it for your troubles, today.
Overfldw Prevention Said U Hav
Seen Worked Out by United
Stated Geological Survey
Means Purchase of Land
Under Weeks Act.
A Is a Peach.
Tho Maryland baked peach Is a
peach and no pilstako, and it is
enough to bavo mndo tho mouths of
, tho gods water, to havo made Jove
tiawn hla thunder nnd Nnntvinn hln trl.
dent for a second helping. Ijaltlmoro
&GOOD PLACE TO GO
When you come to tow
i -bring the family and le
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:21
EVENING 7 TO 10:20.
The new exterminator .for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all' other insects. Not only
kills and devours . the bugs
bufjprevents the eggs froir
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Joes not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e
Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
Made A New Man Of Him.
"I wm suffering from pain in. my
stomach, head and back," writes It.
T, Alston, Baleigh, K. 0, "ana say
lim and kidneys did not work right,
kat four hottl of Ehutrta Hlttera
HUM 2UQ IVmi UW NMU. ' ..
Mii 10 CTf . AT ALL BRIM tTfJtES.l
To Us? Graphite Supply.
A cotrmanv haa been fnrmofl in at.
pfolt tho graphite deposits of Bavaria,
, which, with thoae of Ceylon, aro said
to bo the only ones in the world yield
ing eraphlto suitable for refractory
LINE OF SCHOOL BOOTHS.
years; it was a crowd that unconscious
ly was making history. It was not a
yelling, surging crowd, but one that
stood quietly as the parade passed and
niaue remarks that were pregnant with
thought One grizzled old farmer look
ed far down the Hue of sturdy march
ing children, smiled and remarked to
his neighbor: VThls is the biggest day
Bowling Green ever had. It's bigger
than speeches, elections nnd everything
Just think of practically every school
child in the county iu line, parading the
principal streets of the town. Think of
the school pride that came to them
while preparing their unique costume
and banners to compete for the prizes
Jlrereu. There were whole schools In
blue and white, black and scarlet
brown and red and pure white. One
group had each and every boy. big and
little, in n brand new pair of blue over
nils. Even the subdlstrlct trustee had
.aught the contagion of enthusiasm
ind inarched In his lew blue overalls.
Back to the top of the hill on which
the buildings of the Western Normal
rest went the line of march. Behind
them went the throng of parents and
friends to have a look at the display
of tin- Boys' Corn club of Warren
county and the exhibits of the schools.
In one of the large rooms at the schno
booths were arranged that each dls
trict. school might have a distinct spac
for Its handiwork. A walk among
these booths showed beaten biscuits,
cakes, bread, preserves, jellies, garden
vegetables, doll furniture. sevim; of
There's A Reason;
In selecting a Vacuum Cleaner for
our subscribers, both old and new.
Wd bouphr. the best to be found in
our opinion and we think we have
chosen wisely. They are to be had
as cheap as $1 85 and if ypu want
one at that onctj irive us vour or
der and we will bave a machine for
you tn ji week or rn days, hut not
ur name on it and possibly not
the m.tnufucturer's name. We have
uood ones in stock and will be glad
to bave prospective customers make
thorough comparison of our machine
with unv one on the market at any
one?, work and material considered.
DuiHuiiity and success in use is our
CAGE MASTS' VALUE PROVED.
Washington. That tho forest cov
or of mountains and hills has an ap-i
preclablo and measurable nffnet oh ;
navigation streams and that the re
moval of tho forest growth from tho
lands tends to produce floods Us the
conclusion roachod bv tho TInltnd
: States Geological Survey announced
as ttto result of a series of sclontlOc
experiments In tho White mountains
of New England. The report carriea
with it tho statement of tho survey
that the removal of tko forests tends
to produce floods. The investigations
aro belioved to solve a problom long
a source of strenuous contention
among scientists. While the Investi
gations have direct reference to the
Whlto mountain area only, they estab
lish a nrinciDlo of far wider nnnllca-
tion and Indicate that, there may bo a
scientiuc method of preventing floods
In cqpductlng Its experiments, tho
Geological Survey selected two small,
almost exaotly similar drainago ba3lns
of about flvo square miles each on tho
east; branch of Pemigowassott river,
ono largely clothed with virgin timber
ana tho other deforested and burned.
Careful measurements of nrnnlnltn
tlon over tho areas and of the run-off
of the respective streams show that
not only was the snow held better In
tho forested area, but $hat during a
penoa or 17 days in April, including
three extended Btorms, the run-off of
me stream In tho deforested area was
a comparative flood, practically dou
ble that of the stream flowing through
tne forested area.
On both streams hydrotrranhie nt
tions were established and the stream
flow determined with a hieh detrree
of accuracy. Tho survey report shows
mat the maximum flood flow from the
forested basin was only 67 Der cent
or tnat from tho deforested hauin
The Survey says;
"The Btream of the forentAri hanin
Is observed to be the steadier of tha
two and. in proportion to its drainage
area it tends at. least during the
spring months to Dromota a stindv
flow of water In the master stream of
which' It Is a tributary.
"Such an actual demonstration nnri
quantitative measure of the perform
ance of different areas, Boma forested
and others deforested, haB never been
attempted in trylnc to determine tho
effect of forest cover on stream flow.
Efforts to arrive at definite conclu
sfons have always been based on a
Btutty of iong-tlmo records of precipl
tation and stream discharge: hut
lng to the many qualifying factors
such efforts have simply resulted in
aivergent opinions and inconclusivo
"Tho results of the present actual
measurements in these mimic drain
age basins, so accurate and refined In
method as to aDDroach laboratirv or.
perlmonts, where exact results may be
expeciea, leave no doubt as to the con
elusion. Forest cover and the re
sulting forest mat in the White moun
tain granlto area does to a connlci
erable and measurable dogree steady
and regulate stream flow, and there;
fore muBt be stated as an, important
iacior in maintaining tho navigability
of streams whose headwaters lie in
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
for Infants and Children. '
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THCCINTAUnCOMFAKV, MCUf TOR CITY.
One of the Number of Metcalfe's
AlllO,S. CAKKH AM" JHMiIUS.
nil lcltitls. dniwliigu. pulntings. collt
tlohs of loiivt nnd vaj-ious wood.
Tho corn sliow wa giloudld. but t
must be talvcii up ua a sojiHrate atur
In fact, tl)t iwprttwltfn nmde iu unr
roportor iluniu the wholo day lie wpciu
at Bowling (ii-iH'ii was Jliat it wits uii
too big, toi tine, too Improkxlvo tt
Imudlo properly. It -Is ons' to fee
tho throb of (MitluiHlHSui in'u crowd
that is sureburged with it. but it Ih
fur different matter to put it into col.!
Such events make us know KentucU'.
has roused herself from her nap and I
stretching lief self nnd rubbing hei
eyes. Ift,lHonly necessary as she rub
the drowslnes from her eyes to niah
her see the problems that confront lie
children clearly, then to make
Vtlt.rA AH..f..w.l ati.n.l(ln ,j...vnM.I
I iuinaiu nujiiuiij iumuiu
place that .should be hers among
Far from pronouncing tho doom of
tho cago mast of the American battle
ships, tho recent firing tests in Ches-1
apeake Day are regarded bv naval of-!
1 fleers as demonstrating most conclnc-
mgiy the efficiency of tho cago mast. !
Sixteen 12-lnch explpsive shells !
wore fired at the experimental cago J
mast erected on tha hulk of tho San j
Marcos; formerly thebattlpshlp Tex-1
as, which lies on the shoals of Tangior !
Sound, Chesapeake LBay. Of those
thirteen were fair and square hlt3, '
and the last hit topjjld tho mast into
the water, while this heavy Are, con- J
centrated upon thej.raast at close
range, resulted aftoj thirteen hits In
the destruction of Jho mast. Naval
officers assert that1 fn tho first place
the masts of a shlniln action would
never under any imaginable clrcum-;
stances, be subjected to such a fire.
In tho second place, it Isdeclarod, two
or throe well-directed, shots at one of
tho old-time cylindrical masts would
bo sufllcleht to bring It" down. There
fore the recent testa prove conclusive
ly that thqcage mast can withstand
at least slx-'or seven times the firing
that the old' mast can endure
The cage mast originated with tho
-American navy, though othr-r navies
are beginning to adopt it.
The national welfare , depends on
agricultural prosperity? agriculture it
self Is daily becoming more and more
of a sclonco: and these two factors
reinforce the pressing demand for
more ana better agricultural educa
tion among the rural population. But
where are the teachera of agriculture
coming from? This Question Is raised
by A. C. Monchan. specialist In rural
ouutnuun ui w.u uimcaj.aiaies uurcau
"At preBont nearly two thousand
high schools are teaching acrlcultura
the course being taken by an aggre
gate of some 37,000 pupils," says Mr.
Monahan. "But in all these schools.
only a very few besides thoso giving
tour-year courses in 'this subject have
Instructors with a collogo or normal
school training In scientific agricul
ture, while a largo percentage of the
active toachors with.' this training
have had no tralnlngJn psychology or
"Probably no one- factor has had
greater influence In; retarding the
introduction of substantial courses In
agricuiTtir.0 in all thoso Mghor schools
whoBO:ibunlla are drawn In In rcn num.
Jws frem farming dlBtrlots than tho
ouui mh,'i ui iJiut'W'' mimea leacn
Ihi8iHaut of Metcalfe's new Prosperity Shaper, whiqh h oint,
uch a loiitf in dfcr-hsinjf the irritation f men toikx' n.cl nnd tm
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Report of Davllnht Meteor.
rtoiort8 from Greytown, Weenen
iiud Curry's Tost, Natal, doscribo a cu.
rlous phonomonon in the form of a
daylight meteor which burst with a
loud explosion audible at places thirty
or forty miles apart The meteor,
which took the form of a ball of fire
with a flaming Btream of sparks be
hind, was seen about two o'clock ta
the afternoon, a few days ago, Th
sua was sklalag arigktly at the Use.
Tha meteor appeared to fcra folles
close to Wmbm, bat bo traee of it
cpuld be fouad wbea a aearoh vu
m4 of the locality.
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