HOPKINSVlLLfc KflNTTJCKlAN, NOVEMBER 2
"Seven Days," the attraction at
Holland's Opera Houso tonight, Is a
laugh from start to finish, a howl of
delight from first to last, but
throuRhout the mirth, the keen wit,
the sidesplitting situations, is senti
ment and romance and man's love
for woman as revealed in the modern
world of fashion. It is fashionable
sentiment, so it carries itself blithe
ly and is vastly jolly to behold.
Messrs. Wagenhals & Kemper, pro
ducers of "Seven Days,"are sending
the comedy to this city with the
company that recently carried it to
the unprecedented record of a third
year on Broadway. The entire New
York Astor Theatre cast and produc
tion will be seen.
Ilk cooler without icq
pAtlon of Water From Pan Will
tp Plaoe Cool Not Hard
to put Joaethor.
1.,.' f 13 T
ttfo jan a 'milk cooler JMty the on
Hi$frated got fpvir narrow pieces o
UUuc four foot Ionic for teas, and u
HaK at MVt-v Vtf at At am nnAxt f Wrl a
LiVOB Ala UUI U1IUUIUD IIUU4 b J UU nilUi
irltes bovio W'hauey oj laW,
I uo .Missouri vauey jraraer, wexi
et the bottom shelf be larsrar tha:
la seOOnd and tho second larger tha:
ke first. Set a pan of wator on thq
lop Bhelf and drivo a nail In each
An Icelesa Milk Cooler.
set on top. Put a thin cloth around
the cooler so the end dips down into
10 water and fasten to the nails. The
alnth 117111 ilrlnlf ltn tho umtpr from
19 pan and tho evaporation will keep
the Inner spaco cool.' Set the cooler
tfn a tub to catch water as it soaki
PERILS FACED BY AVIATORS
Unnatural Cwwfltlefl UrnUr Wfekf
Jhy Work Repnlbl fer Miy
alcal llh EneounUrwI.
Mountain climbers aro subject ta
What is called "tho mountain sick
ness' duo to tho reaction of tho alt
and tho muscular work done by
climbers. Then tlicro is tho balloon
disease, with analogous Bymptoms,
but which does not appear except at
very high altitudes. Newer than
cither of these is aeroplano or avia
tors' sickness. Its effects aro duo to
tho rapidity with which tho maxi
mum height is reached and tho still
greater Bpeed at tho descent, involv
ing the passing from a low air pres
sure to a higher one. Aeroplanes
sometimes reach altitudes of 10,000
feet in an hour, and here the effects
on the ear, such as humming or
cracking noise, aro about the same
as in a balloon, but tho effect on the
respiratory organs is different. The
pilot is sooner out of breath and no
feels a special kind of uneasiness.
During tho descent tl;o heart beats
aro of greater amplitude, but with
out accelerating. A quick descent in
a sailing flight at a speed of 1,000
or 1,200 feet a minute or even mora
sinco Morano descended at Havre
from 8,000 feet height in six min
utes causes a feeling of a special
kind or uneasiness, accompanied
with humming in tho cars.
Burning in the face fa also fel
and a 6evere headache; also great
tendency to sleep. The movements
of the body are sluggish and unskill
ful. These symptoms continue for
some time after tho landing, and
tho tension in the arteries is no
ticed to be higher than tho normal.
Se J. H. Dagg for contract
Duilding ancftrcaeral, rcptfr work if
all kinds. Fhn 478'. "
If you have a hottM 0 building of
any kind that you want moved
R. G. Lawson or call Cumberland
E0R SALE. .
Fruit and Shade Trees,'
Call Phono 311.
A Cash Offer.
The Kentuckian has made a specia
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal by
which we will furnish both papers
for one year for the very low sub
cription price of $2.26. The Com
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South, . and
we hoDe to receive manv new sub
scriptions on this offer: $2 25 cash
f ir tint h papers
Bigamy: Three hearts that beat ai
County and State taxes are due
and must be . paid. Penalty added
after Nov. 30. 0 W JOHNSON,
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On Go.odSoiith Christian Land 6
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res. 742.
Dwelling and store room attached,
on Durrett's avenue, for Bale or
trade on terms to suit the purchaser,
B. D. MO ORE.
R. 8, Hopkin8ville, Ky.
Well boring, both deep and
shallow, also coal prospect
ing done with the latest im
proved machinery. Call or
address M. O. Kimerling,'
R. F. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
T. S. Knight & Co
Real Estate Ijoa.s
south, side Gout t
"Come alongvto bed, Ethel. I'm sort
70a wouldn't like to keep the Lord as
all night. Just to listen to you."
A Strange Story
Argyie, MJch.IArs. Wm, H. Car
mt, in a letter from Arjryl, sayt:
"I wm almoftt wild with pin in my
hd, and other frevera pm, due to
womanly troubles. Cards! gave
me great relief at once, Further use
of Cardui raised mo from my bed of
agony, Cardui saved my life, and I
can't be thankful enough for what
it did for mo." Whether seriously
sick, or simply ailing, take Cardui,
the woman's tonic. As a general
tonic for women, to improve tho
appetite and build up the conititu
tnf.lnn. Cnrdnl 5a In ft n.lnsa hv Itanlf.
Those who-have used it say it does I
the work; it relieves, it cures. Try
it. Your druggist has it.
HOUSE FLY CHAMPION PEST
Costa tho American People Many Mll
Hons to Sustain Him In His
M) Position In Life.
rA bulletin of the New York city
board of health presents somo rather
stupendous estimates of tho material
cost to tho community of tho sum
mer invasion of flies and mosquitoes.
Taking alone tho los3 through
typhoid, of which disease tho fly is
recognized conspicuously as a car
rier, this is placed as an annual "de
crease in tho vital assets of the coun
try" of moro than $350,000,000.
There are other items in tho
schedule of a rather startling char
acter. The Bum of $10,000,000, it is
figured, is paid annually for screens
upon dwellings to keep out the
flies. And yet enough of them get
by the screens to work $350,000,000
Evidently we have begun at the
wrong end to "swat the fly" effect
ively. And this fact has' come to bo
widely Tecognized. It is , preven
tion of breeding, rather than extinc
tion of the. race after the annual
generation has been brought forth,
to which attention is directed. If
the fly is not born, there is no be
ginning to his pestilential career;
he, is non-existent. And the succesj
which has attended-measures taken
for the suppression of the mosquito
lin neighborhoods hereabouts would
seem to indicate the desirability oi
similar methods in tho treatment oj
the house fly.
WAKlNd SICRIT DRAWER,
'A vatiei drawer for the fepnt d
Money or raluftblee may be mde m
Bote very imU hole through
the upright piece between the top
drawers of a bureau and contimu
borinc until ta hnl mv throucrh
o . O I
the sido of the drawer that i to la
mado secret. Whittle a wooden peg,
and fit in tho lwle, neither too tighj
nor too loose, just so that it cari. hi t
easily pushed through tho hoe with '
tho little finger. Tho secret will not
bo easily discovered, because the p '
.posito drawer will havo to bo pulled
ut altogether to push tho peg in.
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SAVED 1Y THE CONSTITUTION.
. Tho lato Thomas B. Reed, when
a lad, was requested to bail out a
small boat that had been leaking
badly and was almost full of water, i
fWhat do you mpan?" inquired
tho owner of tho boat.
"Tho constitution of tho United
Stales says," replied, tho future
statesman, "that 'excessive bail- shall
not be required' of any man."
Youth's Companion. .'!y
EVIDENTLY A SUFFRAGETTE.
i "Do you beliovo that tho pebpU
should rule?" .,-..
"Yes, and also believo that th6
wives of the peoplo should have
something to say." H
On the lt and 3rd Tuesdays
of each month the fares ate
txtra low and allow stop
overs free and 25 days time
via Cotton Delt Route to
The Couon Belt Route is tfie
direct line from Memphis to
Texas, through Arkansas
two splendid trains dally, with
through slccpcrs,chnir cars and
parlor-cafe cars. Trains from,
airports of the Southeast make
direct connection nt Memphis
with Cbtton Belt Routctraini
to the .South we9t,
Write to mi t6day
I vtill tell you exact fare
front your town, sched
ule, and eend ynn splen
did illustrated books of
farm facts about Arkan
sas and Texas.
L. C. BARRY,
Tntelinr Pntnjtr Azeot
83 Todd Buiidins
NOT QUALIFIED. '
"Is Jinklo a professional Humor"
"No, indeed. Ho never pokes
fun at Philadelphia or Boston."
FILLING THE BILL.
"Has this play of yours got any
punch in it?"
"Oh, yes, sir. There's a milk
punch in tho first act." . .' .
All year Tourlt
Ticket! alto on
ala Dally to cer
tain point InTex
a. 90-dayi limit.
"There are lots of profits in for-
ne telling, aren't there?"
"Of course. It's all prophecy."
a New Lea$k
The World Playa Fair.
Depend upon this; You get what is
coming to you, be it a big honor or a
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