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Jay ana Night Along
of Germans and Allies Still Fac
ing Each Other, Waiting For
Moment to Strike
ii tins Battlo Front, Sept. 18. Bj
ly of Park, G:30 p. m. The gigantic
tlo, . or moro properly bnttles, eon-
no tiny and night along tho entire
'n.t-Irom Nov on to the frontier. The
fitting iloes not consist of one sus
""ned nnil combined movement, hut in
Jity of soernl combats proceeding
saintly at tho strongest points of
tho Germans defending lino along tho
'ver Alsne. Attacks and counter at
tacks follow ono another in rapid sue
cession oVcry hour.
London, Eng., Sept. 18. For five days
tho British and French armies hnvo been
trying to dislodge tho Germans from
tho strong iino of dctonsivo works
which thoy have constructed on the bat
tlo front from tho Oiso to tho Mouse
rivers. Thoro have been attacks and
V nttrtcks, but, in tho words of
?nl cominunieation, "thcro ha
m elruigo in tho situation."
nllics claim to have madp pro
gross nrrTro1ifcrrornf5, against the Ocr
man right wing north of tlio Aisno and
to hio repulsed counter nttacks be
tween Ornunno and Bheims, while thoy
say in tho center and on tho right the
Hermans aro acting purely on the do
lensive, having dug themselves Into
Germans Seem to Have Advantage.
Tho Germans having selected posi
jyhlcli they hnvo fortified, would
m to hnvo tho advantage, accord
If military critics, but for tho fact
they must defend tho whole of
V front to make good their retire
ild an attack by them fall or
lug blow from tho allies break
ine, whilo tho Anglo-French
,'aro declared to bo freo to mass
.y point General Joffro .may select
.dost suitable for attack.
KAPPA SIGMA PI OFFICERS
( At tho regular monthly inciting of the
Maysvillo Chaiter of 'JmyKapjiif Sigma
tho following olllders were elected
Uho ensuing jear: f
Vinre11or Frank Naily'
ieellor C. S.
'v'--v Currey I
Tn. . -ovingtoir.
MisEllcn Shanklln is nLortC(l somo
Sho is sloJ,)y reaininj.
FACTS AND FIGURES
(Continued from first pugo.)
1900, n levy of 8 centH was made
to liquidate the $(i0,000 bond issue.
This indebtedness will all be paid
in 1918. The $12,000 paid annually
by the State for the next twenty
five years will reduce the present
levy 4 eents.
But if a small additional tax
were necessary, wouldn't we save
in the moral upbuilding of our
people and lay a loumiauon jor
future prosperity? A prominent
citizen of this town stated that he
owned a piece of property in
Greenup. "When Greenup went
dry his taxes on this property
were increased not quite a dollar,
and his rent increased $12, so he
had ft clear gain of $11. He has
been offered $400 more for the
property than its value at tho
time the town went dry.
"When our Savior was pierced by
the cruel nails and thorns, his
agonized cry rent the air, "Father
forgive them; they know not what
they do." But when the cry from
the torn and macerated hearts of
the mothers of this .town to tho
guardians of the public welfare to
save the children from the wolf,
they arc not able to destroy they
cannot say, "Forgive them,
Father," for THEY DO KNOW
WHAT THEY DO.
Women, mothers of Mnysvillo.
n rouse yourselves ' to save your
children from the wolves that an
LEGALLY PRESERVED and
moke Mnysville a city safe and
fair where childhood may grow
grandly to mnturity.
Selected For Coming Local Option Elec
tionNominations For Every Pro
clnct Made By, Tho County
Tirst Ward .Judges, Russell Green-
leo and William Outton; Clerk, J. C
Ruins; Sheriff, William Myall.
, Second Ward Judges, James Red
iirtiud and J. D. Easton; Clerk W. R
Warder; Sheriff, R. B. Adair.
Third Ward Judges. Xu
ft John-"' '
Sheriff, NoVn t.rrintfe: "-
Miii'phjsvlllp-uiges, Georgo Rhone"
and Charley Parry; Clerk, Ed Konuard:
Sheriff, Scott StoVeuson. !
Sardis Judges, W. S. Mastin and
John Woodward; Clerk, Fred Urovcrj
Shcriir, W. F. Wheolor.
West Mnysllclf Judges .1. . llutohl
son and Willis Weaver; Clerk, R.'B
West; Sheriff, Al Luklns,
East MtA-st ick Judges, Pat Ryrn
and B. A. Wj imams; Glork, Chatos
uniuraun; Biieriff, Eli Williams,
Hill Top-,Tudge3, Baldwin Carinoll
nnd Robort Downing; Clork, Johj R
Cochran; Sll-griti, James Adair. "
WashingtonA-Judges, James YdvJer
aid and AndroAy Wood; Clerk, thaes
Iluntor; &horW,Frod Brodt.
d Mrs. nerbort W.ranklnl
stonj West VlrginIii a
GUY CQOMBS AND ALICE HOLLISTER IN
"THROUGH THE FLAMES"
SPECIAL TWO-REEL KALEM FEATURE
Preaching at ototvut. s chapel, 2:30
p, m., by Rce, A. F. Felts.
Washington Presbyterian Cliurch.
Regular services Sunday afternoon at
3 0'ciock. Everybody inado welcomo,
First Presbyterian Church
Prcachlnc by Pastor, 10: 15 a. m
Sunday School, 0:30 a. m.
Cliristian Endeavor, 0:15 p. in.
All invited to all services.
J. BARBOUR, Pastor,
Central Proabytorlan Church.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. m. J. B.
Preaching, 10:45 n, m., nnd 7 p. in.
Christian Endeavor at 0:15 p. in.
Prayormcetlng Wodnesdny at 7:30
Everybody cordially invited.
R. L. BENN, Pastor.
Forest Avonuo M. E. Church.
Sunday School !:30 n. m., u, j.v
Harding, Superintendent. Prciehing
at 10:15 a. in., and 7:30 p. mi, by the
pastor. This boing' tho first Sundav
of tho now conference year, wo desire
every member nnd triend of tho church
posslblo, may worship with us.
A. F. FELTS, Pastor.
Church of tho Nativity.
Sunday School 0:30 a. in
Mrrnlug Prayer 10:45 a. in.
Evening Service 7 p. m.
Please notice that tho evening scr
vice is at seven
All seats freo at all services.
JAMES II. FIELDING.
St Patrick's Church.
During tho summer nunths and until
othorwiso aunouncodno services at the
St. Patrick Churprf) Third and Lime
stone streets, 'vii bo as follows:
Sundays:" irst Mass 7 a. m.; second
' V .This nervien will ba fol-
idictiou of tho Most
Tho dally Masses
will bo the
7 p. in. The
.30 a. in , mid
ting from G to
lid program bo ui
csc services that you
' a welcomo and prod is truly
Uoodi music nnd real worshjp .
II.'b. WILHOYTK, Pastor.
.obl at""0:30, Georgo Frank
t ii. in.
rvices begin at 7. Notice
A.F. STA1IL, Pastor.
Jtrcot M. E. Church
norrow as follows: Preach
nstor at 10:15 a. m., and
irning aormon on r'Tem-
evening "Tho Last Shall Bo
tho First Shall Bo Last."
Sqhool at 0:30 n. m., I. M.
Superintendent. Tho school is
organized for tho year's work
Day will bo observed tho third
Sunijlay in Oiitober. Got in lino at oiico
Sarth Ijoaguo Devotional Service
I p m..'led by Prof. C. S. Dale.
party wolcomo to all who attend
t yi services. Cotno and worship with
us nud wo will do thee good.
J. Tif. LITERAL, Pastor.
SELL LEWIS COUNTY BONDS
' AT PAR.
Vanceburgr Ky., Sept. 18.-Thij coun-
ty treasurer of Lovvis qounty sold to the
Cltiens' Bak of Vftucoburg, $2.r,600
worth flvo per cent Lovvia county road
improvemontV bonds at par,
MIsh Bosslo Best of Fern Loaf, , is
itiUch "improved and will bo takon to
her homo ubout tho middlo of next
Dr. Norn K. Brown l reported doing
vijrj' nicely tjils morning.
. Owonsboro,. Ky. Fornandcr May, cdl
for of tho 'Owonsboro Dallv rnnulrcr;
dleij,lils homo In'tlto city Wodnesdny
To Roproscnt Stato of Kentucky at
Panama-Pacific Exposition Named
By Govornor McCroary.
Govornor James E. McCre.iry issued M
a list of tho boys who will represent J
tho state of Kentucky nt tho Corn J
Convention, to be hold at the Panama M
Pnclfic Exposition, San Francisco, Au JB
gust 5th nnd 0th, 1015, under tho au B
spices of tho iMitional Top-Notch g
Fanners' Club. Tho following appoint-
u.onts aro of local interest: IS
Mason Marshall Wood and Horman
Krlt, Mnysvillo; Frank Ruboniiclier,
Brncken Earl Stratisdraugh, Brooks
Fleming Jntnes S. Biddlo and Ho-
bert Blandt, Ewing; llollis Bradford,
SPEAKING IN THE INTEREST OF
Sardis Saturday, Septembor 10, 7:30
p. in., Row J. W. Loos; Sunday, Sep
tember 20, 2:30 p. in., Rev. L. M.
Thompson; Monday, September 21,
7:30 p. m., Row T. R. Ilollon.
B((tlinl Church Sunday, September
20, 2:30 p. m., Row J. W. Loos,
Murphysville Saturday, September
10, 7:30 p. in., Rev. G. W. Anuuormnn
Washington Monday, Septomber 21,
7:30 p. in., Rev, U. V. W. Darlington
Mass meeting for Colored people.
'Maysliek Saturday. Septemb
7:30 p. in., Row I. R. Holla'
Lcwisburg Saturday, Ijitember 10,
7:30 p. m Rev. II. B Ulhoytc; Mon
day, September 21jj':30 p. in., Rev. (J
OrangoburgSaturday, Septembor 10
7:30 p. m.
Christian Church Washington Sun
day yVfvices. Rev. .ivmiiicrinnn will
sjiartlc on Temperance both morning nnd
MAYSVIL1E PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old Hens Ho
Old Roosters 8c
Fat Ducks 10c
Cincinnati, Sept. 18. Wheit steady
$1 001.10; corn steady 7878je;
oats firm, ISfiiHS&e; r0 steady, 00
, Hog receipts 3"00; market steady;
packers and butchers i0.2."((lO.IO; coin
nion to choice $5.71)8.I0; pigs it ml
lights ;!;5.7.'i0.fi0; ' stags 1.757.2.")
Cattle receipts 11,000; market slow;
heifers $1.7.'7.8.'); ciw $3..r0$?)0.00;
jijves steady. Sheep receipts 2,10f
rkct steady, lambs steady.
Provisions , - "
p"0L.n.rf cgKs steady; lrin, fist',
i.c; firsts 2l20c; seconds 18c; poul
.ysteady; hens lKlOVdc; springers
H)14VjC; turkeys lfi10H.-f.
FAIR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Thoro will be a temporanco rally at
tho Abordeen M. E. Church, Monday
evonlng at 7:30. Lecture by Rev. II.
B. Wilhoyto of this city. Free will of
fering for tempornnco cause in Mnys
villo. Everybody invited.
WANTLD Oirl to wait on tablo. Applj
St. Charles Hotel.
WANTED llirl, to work in Dining
Room, nt Tho Kentucky lintel. 0t
SALESMEN WANTED to advertise
cigars. Easy work. Kara $00 month
ly nnd ull traveling expenses. Hx
porienqo unnecessary. Also handle
populnr cigarettes nud tobaco
Noreno Cigar Co., New York, N. Y.
VOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery tu
frlonds nnd neighbors; 70 per cent
prbtlt. Mnko 10 daily. Exporiouce
Unnecessary. International Milh.
Box 4020, West Philadelphia, Pa
FOR SALE Coal rango, MO'
niako. In good condition
at this ofllco.
. . - .. II .-.-. - .M-.
FOR RHNT Flat at 331
street; gas, hot and cold
at Public Library. ,
FOR RENT 1-room ll.it
nnd bath. Jesslo O.
'JV tttii.ii(jj' (Juiiipnny In
"NAPOLEON AND TIIE BUMPS"
A Comedy written by Georgo Ade,
America's Greatest Humorist.
Good Music at Each Performance.
See the lovely new goods
special bargain ioc Outings, this day only 8je,
Lovely Plaid Dress Ginghams, worth i s'i and i
All-Linen Crash, possitively worth i24 and 15c, to
Pillow Cases, at ioc each, much lebs than pric.
Big line of heavy Cotton Suitings ioc, worth 2axxA ,eCN.
Six spools Clark's Thread only 25c. 7 db
81 buys a pair of large, heavy Cotton Hlanb&ts. Bargain.
ioc buys Jewelled Barretts.
ioc buys Linen Handkerchiefs.
Christmas and won't get them;
211 aiuVl3 MARKET STRFFT
The homo of Mfs. Giaham Leo near
Mnysvillo wastlm hospttnblo social
center Thursday, when sho gnvo a
most bpajvfiful dining In honor of her
gueary-Oliss Charlotto wood of Mays
villcand Mrs. Charles Baker of Chi-
"ifliro. Tlio other iruests nresent worn
tho Misses Lucy and Fannv Leo of
Mnysvillo and Mrs. Charles Graham Lee
of tit county. Tho treat of the occas
ion was tho toast given at tnblo bv
Mrs. Baker. The subject was " u
and it was a literary gem of the clearest
and choicest wit.
You may havo noticed that the man
who has a horseshoe nailed over tne
door of his house, is usually a fellow
who has to work 'hard and nover has
a diino of his own.
Anna Bell Ward
Will Sing Today
BARBARA TENNANT IN
IN THREE PARTS
BOB LEONARD IN
"The Eye of the Evil"
"DETECTIVE CRAIG'S COUP"
IN FIVE PARTS
Open Flame Hearts (Mctos
Is Safe Proof Against Ignorance and Carelessness
T?.vprv ilnv vnn use pns for litrlilincr voti are in dancer. You
are taking a chance, besides
amount of heat and uses up all the
you afford to let this condition continue?
Call and let us tell you how
we wired up this summer are
B G. A. HILL & BRO., Pro
Snmllost Automobilo In tho world
given away next Tuesday night.
THE FAMOUS PLAYERS.
fust in from New York.
SALES 6 T9 ONLY
ill want them at
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Rev. O. A. Nelson's camp meeting at
tho City Park is progressing nicely.
Good crowds attend each service. Rev.
Robinson of Lewis county, is assisting
Rev. Turner of Washington will
pieaeh Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The meeting will bo bi ought to a close
Sunday night. Rev. Nelson vvilljireacli,
subject, "The Chain iiaug to llell." All
arc invited to attend. Services begin
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rodinou liossitt ot C'yn-.
thijiiii aio visiting her relatives hero
and M-ijslick. Mr. (lossett is a very
genial gentleman, and his wife is quito
i favorite, having a host of friends.
has solvod tho problom for part of the
high cost of living. You can get the
same size cake and just as good in
splto tlio advance on eggs, butter and
flour. .For a whilo you will have the
opportunity to got coupons with eachv
cako which will entitle you to some
very handsome silvorwaro, the La Rose v
pattern. Start today saving coupons
and get a sot of La Rose pattern sil
v erwaro. It is a good chance for thoso
who eat Stouo's Silver Slice Cake.
J. C. CABLISH
Quality Grocers. ,ffl
the gas releases an enorinou
pure-air in your lious
well the 25 gas light consumer
pleased since they changed to w