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Ui Capt. Lawrence H. ^Platt, Buffalo, wf?* '"^~r>n-f??~ Canton. Mass. kt; Goodfrflow, Jr., San Angelo, K^"n TUrned. Dallas. Texas, ^nar^r.'^r.TCfa. Bu -Niies. St. Louis, Mo. on E. Way. St. Da rids. Pa. r Parser B. Jonea. 8. Wermonth. Mass. I Earner, Oskaloosa. Kans. igtas Era. Greenland. Mich. piatoaky. Beading. Pa. drick Jordan, New York, EL Lambert. Fort Neches, anderflle. San Diego. Cal. ck Richmond, Stockbridge, nacke, Girard. Quebec, CanRands Gejirsitz, Brooklyn, Kelly, EUenton, Pa. . Langwith, Terrell. Texas, lin, Leonard. Texas. Heysenbonrg, Freeport, HL Her, Philadelphia, Pa. zeja; Mflwiukee. Wis. erts. Pnrger. Texas. ? - ^ ti. mil IQC^UDSrWS DCuullft, UU1VU ftm, dc John W. Hnrmans, Jackson: J. Bah In. R'naldsonville. La. 'Bagley, Fa?rrlew. Mass. d CectareHI, New York, N. Y. a J Darts, Ripley. Minn. F. Delapp. New Lisbon, Wis. : Dterenger, Cincinnati, Ohio, n Emmons, Brewton, Ala. rd, Hamilton. Ala. Dan, Taftrllle. Conn. Mfrawiuumai JH. uram, fi wimi. m. man J- Gninn. Sanger, Texas. Br C- Guiterrez, Van Ormy. Texas. SgBfomas Haraldson. Do ran, Minn. Bunas X Horan, Waterbnry, Conn. Charies W. Jensen. Carlton, Ore. Carl Jcwes, Bakertown, Pa. .ex Kagebftang; Cross Tillage. Mich. apMaik? W. Keech. Allegan, Mich. BG6sx3$e.-B. Kimbro, Leon Junction, BSOttinJOd Kindle. Pitman. N. J. >MjSulA,e * , AiiWngi- Hampton. Iowa. | woftsm" H. Baker, Borer, N. J. Herman John Bartels. Holland. Mich. iyddVBeonett. Reedsbarg, Wis. Joseph T. Bryan, Chickasha. Okla. Ht^ BL Czarnlkow. Dora, Okla. SPro1'*1- J. Pauley. Maxwell, Cal. fE&cneth L. Davis, St. 'Clair, Pa. igSirigBaa Degnan. New York. N. T. Lloyd Lb Denlinger. Pittsburgh, Pa. ^gnbrard Gardner, Hubard. Ohio. jgfjosBfrh ?Gielarowski. Easthampton, jsobert M. Halford, McMillan, Okla. Mnbvich. Ley, Minn. Ambrose CKeefe, Fargo, N. P. Bryan E. Raney, Borers, Ark. ^Spif fawiliT, Rockport, Ind. EflfXliai'lB Walte. Owatonna, Minn. HbeBfr N. Wilson. Reiner. Minn 'red Antra. Bradford, Ark. ^^Ennary H. Hngglns, Mountain Creek, |^8aiE>B E. Halm, St. Paul, Minn. gyjphlrn F. Morrissey, Bridgeport. Conn. J inr Nognllc, Port Clinton, Ohio. Clarence Eugene Oliver, Mt. Enterprise, Teas*. ! .Conrad N. Osttxnn, Ken yon, Minn. L CSrirtn. E. Ottmo, Deport. Texas, gfiflbait E. Bainville, Sage. Mont. ^^^l^wsPdeffl MtchfoGrapeland. Tex. South NorwaTk, Conn. II ^'^CBaaSes Abraham Vogel. Brooklyn, N. IffFYsHk wuiie. St Joseph. Mich. Pi latou M. Wright, Vancouver, Wash. BSggiju iBrom Wounds Received In Action. E-Gupt.'- James E. Zundell, Latrobe, Pa. |dit| Sealy, Texas. obe. Pa. , Cbapeze, Ky. New York, N. Y. r York, N. Y. e, Romford, Me. n. Post Hills, Vt T View, Wash. Jarron, Ga. >wer Hill. HI. tony, New York, xren, Ohio, a, Ostorla, N. Y. r, Miami. Ariz, asas City. Mo. .Vernon, Pa. ist Jordan, Mich. WePsrllle. N. Y. ly, wniiamsport, nton. Pa. Vaiton. Ga. | George Joseph Marfcel, Gage town, Bfe 30c3L Sattergelfl. HtmtsriHe. Ala. am Angnst Schrack, New Tori, Welsser. Tenner, Minn. ^^^^'AAntDdtwiez, Depew. N. T. fchartea E- Painter. HornersrHle, Mo. |Bdk&a Pwrr. Bel ton, Texas. hafe on hand several lengths of pg,A l condition. ^ !! I " Dam Baxter. Rirols. Ky. James S. Bunting, Philadelphia.. Paw John William Hill. Bradford, Pa. Henry Hntchlnson, Grayling; Mich. Bom Dixon Kirby, Kings Creek. N. C. August Paria, TJtica, N. Y. William Pollard. New Bedford; Mass. Monty P. Reese, Ft. "Worth, Texas. Leon Roberts, Philadelphia, Pa. Ralph Rmnbangh. Buchanan, Mien. William H. Rushing, Josserand, Tex. William Sarlo, Brooklyn. N. T. Julius Selschotter, Flint. Mich. William E. Altman, Lucasrllle, Ohio. Raymond H. Batchelder, Aubnrndale, __Mass. Ss Avaan terwl AntAflP. Son Co- Mich. Anthony Catalano, Brooklyn, X. T. Rassell L. Cheatle. Trenton. N. Y. Carlo Done!Li, San Rafael. Mertngo Co, CaLHerbert H. Edgar. WTIlamock. Ore. 1 James Gowen, Caruthersville. Me. Clarence C. Halsey, Coudersport, Pa. Lenox Hotard, Bourg. La. Walter P. Meyer, Burlington, Pa. Frank Seeberger. Cleveland, Ohio. Frank Steiger, Summerhill. Pa. Marino Veola. Buffalo, X. Y. Died of Disease. Capt. George A. Lacroix, St. Louis, Mo. Lieut. Augustus R. McElderry, Baltimore, Md. Sergeants? Thomas A. Abrey, Detroit, Mich. Peter J. McHugh, Brighton. Mass. Chelmer C. Eley, Berne, Ind. Hugh H. Luttrell, Oxford, Ala. James P. McAneny, Philadelphia, Pa. FranksJ. McMillen, Shelby. Neb. Corp. Allen J. Shedden, San Bernar- ; dino, Cal. Wagoner Alfred L. Goodwin, Sterling, HL Privates? Willie Boney, Columbia, S. C. Xicholaum Footo, Freeman, W. Va. Roy Haipman, Cherryvale, Kans. Norris E. Hogge, Dandy, York Co., Va. James N. McClelllpn. Pelzer, S. C. Ross C. McConnell. New Athens, Ohio. Jasper S. Maxey, Melita, Va. Eugene McKinley Berger, NapervUle, 111. Joseph Brlttain, BoswelL Texas. Luther Davis. Mounds. Okla. Stephen Fullwood, Princeton, La. Ernest E. Haywood, Magnolia, Ark. Horace G. Jones, Lawrenceville, Ohio. Elmer Lewis, Cincinnati. Ohio. Herbert Frazen, Miami, Fla. Judson D. Freeman, Elyria, Ohio. Michael Jenamann, Georgetown, Wis. Bert Johns, Louisville, Ohio. John W. Smith, Lancaster, Pa. Try Our I Cooked Foods weli.prepai tite of man, as we sei keep you healthy and you don't believe this z J. W. Boyers 223 MADIS Fairmoni | OneWaytoOv< Costs of Be careful ti get no extr washday. I hard rubbing fabrics far qi daily use? _ their new shortens the: Wash with Fels in cool or luk? It makes boilinj ?j and does awa; H rubbing. Ibex erring of fabric of holes?and the garmentis n It*s real economy Fels-Naptha. No save clothes for but you save 1 effort and disco for yourself. Senry S. Clay, West Chester. Pa. Paul CoSmaa, Mssorr CHy, Neb. 1 Ottver X Gamnr, Bnritrurton. Vt < W hi il? it TT 11 relif ' fTOUIIllCU OCVCI Cljr Capt. Bavee Noiris, LathersrHle, Ga. | j^ientenaniw? ' Leonard W. A'Hearn, Ashmont, Mas*, j Edwin C- Can. Dexter. Maine. George Orfal Clark, New York, N. T. : ' " ~ . Jottn H. *jeiszei. l^craaicr. x-a. Victor K. Hanson, Sanlt Salute Marie, ] Mich. ] Ross Latshaw, Newport. Ky. William Stewart McAliSter, Detroit, Mich. f?T Edwin Harold Morse, New York, N. Y. J Francis B. Murphy. Pittsburgh. Pa. * Allen C. Rowe. New Rochelle. N. Y. Talma A. Scott, WInnfleld, La. * Wynne L. VanSchalck, Huntington, J N. Y. \ George D. Webster, Attica, N. Y. 1 Kenneth E. Caldwell, Concord, N. C. Lt. CoL Robert Emlea Boyers, Pough- * keepsle, N. Y. * Sergeants? ^ Myron An tel. Cleveland, Ohio. Lawrence C. Bun ton, Boston, Mass. George T. Byrne. Bay MInette, Ala. Peter Costello. Gates. N. Y. J Michael Dacnck, Cleevland. Ohio. ' ; William A. Facompre, New York, N. < Y- : Herchel M. Grover. Bloomington, HL < Charles J. Grupp, Baltimore, MdL TW Uofia Pftru V n*. TTI ' M(U V/iU *'* , , Victor B. Phillipson, Arapahoe, Neb. Harry Walter Sherwood, Mt. Sterling: Wis. Corporals? Thomas A. Blake, Jr.. New York. N. Y. Glen F. Cameron, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Albert L. Cecil, Bed Cloud, Neb. ThdSdore J. Gnmewald. Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. John M. Jackson. Greenville Pa. John Jerke, Jamestown, N. D. Luther F. Long. Lando, S. C. John H. Oulehan, Geneva. N. Y. Frederick L. A It 7. Jersey City, N. J. Frank J. Babola. Central Falls, K. I. Fred A. Bonte. Gans. Okla. ~ Otto M. Bruce, Bidgway, 111. 1 ??^a , r n\ Ma dorit hav? to fix my lunch ?soys (Qo6fyr post 'cfl Toasties^> and me fa that . up together L (^o^conw) J / Delicious I Food red suiting the appe ve them will always in good spirits. If idage, try them. ' Restaurant ION STREET, fc, W Va. i lllllllllllll'IflllllllllllllllM ;rcome Rising ji Clothes I i jsL i fiat clothes |: a wear on |: foiling or I: \ wears out | j licker than i -destroys g ness and ?i ir lives. | j -Naptha Soap I i rwarm water. ? I unnecessary g ; y with hard ? I ' e's no weak-* g s, no starting: ? i the "nap" of E i ot destroyed. E \ ft | Same* T. Corerdale. Adams MB*. jo Sot Dawson. Lot Angelas. OtL any JftMjoit. K. T. joyd Holmes, IffTfinrnpollB. Wnw Stewart M. KlnnaiixL Bed Lfck. Ky. olm E. Ioodon. Fulton. N. T. ohn R. Moss, Missouri Taller. Iowa. *ori C. Refhard. Now ?nn.tn|imi, Pa. rrin Sick els. West Nyack. >\ Y. Edward F. Slocuxn, Chicago, in. STQHam Charles Lelghton. Detroit. Mich. Tale Sbepard Miner. Kalamazoo, Mich ? ? - - ? ? * - Joward Lord Morehouse, juiwsnuee, Wis. i&wfa W. Speer. KiugsvUle. Ohio. iTernon L. Trusty, Port Arthur, Texas. Hovis JL White. Webb, Miss. Bugler Guy E. TO, Pottstowa, Pa. Mechanics? Jeorge A. Gaudy, HnntsxlUe, Texas, frank W. Kecnnn. Oak dale. Pa. Andrew P. Keuuey, Birmingham. Pa. .Vmiarn J. Brouk. New York. K. Y. ' W. VA. PI Will bare one carloai Potatoes first of the week. Call CASH G1 10th St : , OR CASH GRC LOCUST AVE WWWm?HHWW*WW*%WW "BUY A Big Barrel Will Hold More Than a Small One Yon could not get this "Buy It In October" campaign into a. twopint measure. Ton cant put a. gallon of water Into a quart measure, but there la nothing in particular to prevent any simple individual from trying. The bui eat thing shoot the experiment is that there Is going to be a spin-over. This whole store had to grow a great deal to enable as to hold anothqr snch "Boy It in October" campaign as we are now holding: One sure thing Is that this is the only store big enough In every sense to hold snch a big "Boy It in October" campaign?without anything like a spill-over or mix-up. Toe it is certainly a fan powered campaign and It belongs only in a full-powered store. Back of these words are four floors fuU of good quality desirable merchandise bought or contracted for. Several months ago when prices were not so heaven-high as they are today, and. of course, this foresight of ours is responsible for^be savings that await you here during ?><? great Buy it in October" campaign RECORD-BREAKING Boys' corduroy pants of dark color, thick set cord, is stSM 3 * to 1?. Fair. $1-50 C MAMMOT A remarkable Sale of Men's. "Won have heaped and piled high. several broken lines and sizes from our re moment's thousht, we feel sore yo shod for a small outlay of money. TTp to J 4.00, Men's Work or Dress Shoes of zrunmetal and vlci kid leathers, in lace or button. Sizes 8 to 13. Fair. $2J9l Up to 35410, Women's High Top Lace or Button Shoes, high or low heels. Black leathers. Sixes, 2H to 3%. Fair ?2J&. Up to 3X50, Boy's and Girl's all leather Shoes In black, tan and brown, lace, blucher or button styles. Sizes 3 to 2. Fair fUL Men's 3X00 and 31.00 Mow IU) ^? *? ??brawn, tan tod U* irjp _ I blade cair leathers, narrow Sag. Hah lace and foliar toe stytea.. Welt leather soles. AH ataaa. Pair. Boy's School Shoes of serrloealde stardy black cali stoat soles. C00V4mU^B9 JW. ZMJU * Timothy Mbm, Monongahela. Pa. John Waaler -Allen. Beach. Mies. John Dewitt. Badgley. Erie. Pa. Stanislaw Bagajn. Lenience. Mess. Thomas A. Baird. Jr.. Buffalo. N. T. Cltnfrm Jefferson Baxkway. Hnrtwor Mich. William J. Berg; Astoria. Oregon. Gay Bergen. Xowlln. S. D. Herbert J. Bergen. Irrington. N. J. Da-rid L. Bergin, New York. N. Y. Earl L. Boyd. Cedar Bapids. Neb. Wuii?WM Urnnuftn. K?v York. N. "5 Albert Brightman, Mayville. X. Y. Henry O. Brown. Seymour, Mo. Fred E. Bnshman. Ptoto. S- D. John M. Buswell. Brookfleld. Mo. Dayton O. Cain. McNeill. W. Va. Robert A. Campbell. Weston. Idaho. Henry Cody, Mesa Grande, San Diegi Co, CaL (Continued on page eight.) DTATOES I I W. Va. Number 1 Irish j How many will yon need? : ROCERY CO.! _ PHONE 83-J. j JCERY CO. j PHONE 1278 j IT IN Displaysof Coats,Si These are banner days for eclectic Is splc and span now. and so plentl ins made selection, one feels satisfie ter choice for the same price conld : made. Every style that a woman c like is here in these stocks. Tailored Suits at - Belted model of all wool Men's-w< Sense. Satin lined, extra velvet col ton. trimmed In ornamental rows, i a real 125.00 value. Many Smart Suits at * # - Gabardine, sense and poplin, be and semi-belted models, velvet coll button trimmed. Sizes 16 to 44; re; valtres. ? Other Fall Suits $29.50 $10 Women's Serge Dresses ... In Navy bine, green and brown; betted models, some embroidered 1 16 to 46. at $7.50. WOMENS AND MISS] WITH THE CO-OPERATION < THAT IN THE LIGHT OF PRE! , AT $15.00 We offer women's and misses coats of heavy Zibllnes. Cheviots and Velvets; belted models. Velvet collar and cuff trimmed: in sizes 14 to 46. LYING OPPORTUNITIES n Our "Buy It In October" Campaign of Boys' New Fall Togs Joys' Nifty New Fail Mod? $9.50 Parents win be pleased with the avlngs. Boys will like the swagger oga. There are new shades of grey, rown and good-leoldng green mlxures; lined knicker pants. Sizes S o 18 years. Double BQt Boys' CI 9 "7K Clothing 01L.I0 In all the newest models, styles. abrica and colors. 8 to is years, unisual value, $12.75. T7p to $8.50, Beys" School Suits of rood sturdy wool cloth, belted models, Ined knlcker pants. Sizes > to 17. Iholce, $4.98. H SHOE Si ten's and Children's Shoes. For this . bins-full of these wonderful Shoe V Eular and discontinued lines. Folks, nil agree with us that it is a golden T7p to JC-58. Women's High Top Ism Press Shoes in grey, brown and black vamps; grey, brown and black poplin tops, high or low heels. Sixes 8 to 7. Pair. $3J5. / Up to $4.?0, "Women's All Leather Black Shoes in bntton or lace, of ton metal, vici kid and patent leather. Slzec 2% to 6%. Fair. %jjg. Men's Heavy Black or Tan Working Shoes, double soles. Sizes. 6 to 11. Pair, 93JO. I BE A THERE ARE |i SHI * i ? I | FOR .FIT JOIB St ! I A. HAF jj BflHMa?a?a OCTO nits and Dressesareat in?everything fnl that, bar- / id that a bet- " not have been . _ J if taste -would $17.50 sar Ifavy blue 1 pSS lar, bone-but- ggTjU^Mt ^3 Sizes 16 to 44. A ^TjDB ZM autiful belted \ J j t ya lars and bone I v *' 1 A, J?W U $30 and $36 \ to $45. j \ fll mm ^ $7.50 high waisted V/ (\ routs. Sizes, ?/ VJ ES COATS AT VERY AT >F THE BEST MA NUFACTURERS, WE JENT-DAY CONDITIONS ARE NOTHII I AT $19.50 to $49.501 ' ! *" -? * ^ Pno+o I xou ww ujiu ? ocic^uvn vj. wwfor -women and misses of beautiful Velours. Broadcloths. Kerseys, ^Pom-poms. Bolivia's. Silver-tones and plushes in all the -wanted shades. Sizes 15 to 55. THE CLOTHING StjRPRI THESE VALUES OFFERE HERE IN Mens Suits and 8vei $15, $18, $22.50 * In deed every man who comes here gate -what quality clothing we have 1 "old prices" is amazed, because nowl city will you find such a variety of styli terials at these prices, and the best where in the* city will you find equal these low prices. Men's Cotton "Wors- Men's "W< ted Work Pants, in Casslmere E dark colors, well made. Sizes 32 to 42. Special. Special. $1.98 ~ $3.50 HP "BUY IT IN -IJLtCtf y OCTOBER" mlshty clean Shoe Sale we < dues. The vast collection represents when yon give this unusual offer a i opportunity to he stylishly and well < Tip to $6.00. Men's Black or Tan. lace or button dress Shoes in sizes . 6 to 10. Pair. $195. } $2.00 Values. Children's Black and Tan Shoes, lace and button. Sizes 5% to 8. Pair $1.25. Infant's Leather. Soft Soles. Fair. 75c. < I Infant's Black or Brown Leather Shoes. Sizes 9 to 5; with or with- ( out heels. Fair. 95c. mm NO B ETTER 7ES 11 TtL&> ^ ?OR>.'WEZE& RISON 13a BER" 11 pjj I n I [f*.f\ *jf f/s] p^M fflTTyiT ^"s /r^&a>^fiffll \JL I (I I I "Y \ / v ^1 I ' .!' ' '^rZ&SSEBA I I : ARE ABLE TO OFFER VALUES | NG SHORT OF ASTONI8HINO.gfl| Ton wfll^fHid a tack fan of odd :oats one and two of Irtad of Man- I ilsh Mixtures, Rich Novelty Coat-" ncs. Cheviots. Aatxskans and Baby I Lambs. Plain and Baited Mndsis, I Sizes 16 to 42. * I to invest!- j4y n | lere at the S| -'HJI icre in the ^ f a and ma- % ,4f 1 wl of all?no- \?\-* I'M H quality at \V Eat > rated and \ V|~- >-'4 Tess Pants '% til ' ? ades. "well % VI | es 32 to 42. Pair BASEMENT BARGAINS [ | Hansom's Special Loose SoaatPfcg 3offec; pec lb. 15. ' .^SSl 15 oz. Packages Sim WiHl Ossd 'Ha id Raisins; per pVp. 15c. Large Size Piftajz Woth^j^jg >ats, with aluminum Inside >er pkr. 38c. ' jSjSa Champion Junior 'Shoe Pliflsh. '3 10c. Carnation. Pet; Bvery-day. Bar- , ten's and Honor Brand Evaporated llfflc; per can. He. No. * Cans Lemon Cth?;*a8ti?jl >r whole Peaches; per can. 2Bi.,S ? 'V --'^^1 No. 3 Oans Sonr Kraut; pet cs*.'$l *=** r-=~rr^ _ Virginia Sweet Pancake Floor, per pity. 15c. Golden A?e Brand Macaroni per pke- 10c. Crown Brand Roasted Csflaa^^A Der Br. 20c.