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^wlng csnsattles are report7
e commanding general of the
ExpHitSonary force*:
|_ Died of accident end other censes,
PBBSEfcaKof dtinefe^: Wonndad <de
Ietermaied) SS m acp.
Accident and other causes
Walter A. prlngs
OTinX Chattanooga Teas
lerachel, Saratoga. lad.
Koftts T. Lewlston. Idaho.
Uih C. Chambersbnrg. Pa.
oiieph, IfL. Scran ton. Pa
? Pfti, jr. Brownwood. Ga.
dad (Degree Undetermined)
XXWWH> JH ,
Mortensen(. "William P. Suisun, Cal.
^ ^Nachman. Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa.
ESXfatex'Ban, Angle, Chicago. 111.
^HBSbhon. Charles, New York, N. Y.
I Snider, Angnst J. Buffalo. N. T.
^ gftnith. Dennle, M. Downingtown, Pa
I SpDman, Herman. Battle Creek Mich.
^BiStewaxt, Wiliam F.. Winthrop, Mass.
^HgStraka, Joe, Moore, Old a.
Kgwanson. Charles F, Sugargrove Pa.
^^ETameo, Salratore, Farei. Italy
^HPTnrgen. Harry L, Brooklyn. N. T.
^ cWelaer, George M- Enon Valley, Pa.
PSelw, Robert S. Cohoes, N. Y.
"Wergert, CharJes D Altoona, Pa
^BWestle, Isaac, Philadelphia, Pa.
KWlttmsa, Fred J. O.. New York City
MeasM. Walter, Toledo. Ohio.
_ Missing In Action
BBiq^BApy F- Brown wood, Texas.
Hi Carlson. Etoer H. Mt. Vernon. Wash.
^HSSoe^pner. Edward. Hemlock, Mich.
I fNeilson, Lyle "WQlard, Minneapolis,
^RflOsaahholtz, Samuel Ostrog, Russia.
^ .'.Wroblexrskl, "Vincent, St .Louis, Mo
1 1 "?od? CASUALTIES
^MAKIRC. vvnrw
dId Aclloiv^
^e^JflCampel. Joseph J. Cleveland. Ohio.
| Died of. Wounds Received in Action
^^DSbosfcnCrXienraeL Xu, Wallace, Texas.
^KSsar, Clyde T, Koyalton, 111.
^ iftHinnerby, Herbert, C., Allenrille.
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Kwilnr.lTin C. Rockford, Iova.
IMed of Disease.
^^^a^Robert J? Morrison, Wash. I
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^minlt Jamas F, Memphis, Tens.
I I Fairmont Transfer Co. I
yr" s
All ldndi of imaUnc dom H
I promptly and carefully. House- I
KpAft^soods & specialty. Also Ion; I
distance moring. ^
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Iit;Jdeeph E. Philadelphia. Pa.
in, George W. R. Los Angeles Cal.
eidco, Alfred D. Rome Italy.
b?er, Lee W-, Florence, Nebr.
smith. Earnest L. Charleston.
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bes, Ashley Frank,, Rice Lake,
jy, Clyde R. Dnupwight, Okla.
ay, John F. New York N. Y.
art, John D. Altoona. Pa.
sco, Amos, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
lA-John W^;ew"v<frk N'Y.
ey, John Mount Pleasant, Pa.
lake, William A. Alpena. Mich,
s,' George A. Brooklyn N. Y.
James, Cork Ireland,
y, Russell B. Derry Pa. :'rt,
Earl T. Sallls Miss,
t, Lincoln. Nantucket Mass.
ai, Joseph E. Hosteler Pa.
sH? John Philadelphia Pa.
erbach, Rudolph, New York, N. Y.
er, Harry A Altoona Pa.
. Samnel C. New York N. T.
Sherman, Flelschmanns N. Y.
runner, Fred New York, N. Y.
eH, Edward Peter Ofl City Pa.
ew?*. xfrtW-h atenslde Pa.
idbw", Wesley Martin, Wausan, Wis.
ok; Elmer, Scott dale Pa.
nbridge. Chester J. Tyrona Pa.
ISO. Bobert ,W. Donora Pa.
0.James R New York N. T.
?te, Joseph, Province of Salerno.
tsnio. Eugene, Province of Coscengherty,
James R. Allen O.
iglteily, Noel, Hardy Ark.
mheBer, Clarence Shamokin, Pa.
tefa. Harold. Sheffield, Pa.
st. Prank W. Glendale, N. Y".
tey.James, Philadelphia. Pa.
Inskl, John. Chicago^ 111.
her, George, Chester. Pa.
perC Dan W, New York N. Y.
S."Vtocento, Stratford Conn,
er. Haxty, Brooklyn, N. Y.
VHnski, John Edward, Chicago, HI.
bs, Wlliam A. Otis Colo.
^''Joseph, Pittsburgh. Pa.
ge, Gradie, Hereford, Texas.
er, Fritz C. Chicago. 111.
s, Devi Jonas, Ladysmith. Wlsson,
Otis M.. Greensbnrg. Pa.
is, Martns R. Xawrence. Mass.
ir Merritt Douglas, Kane Pa.
man. Edward. New York, N. Y.
y, William L, Altoona, Pa.
, Joseph, Mount Plea cant. Pa.
gh, William, Philadelphia, Pa.
ilk, George P. Donora. Pa.
. Joseph, Mount Pleasant. Pa.
h, Anthony John. Tyre, Mich.
1, WTlllam. Cambridge. Mass.
vera, John, Brooklyn N. T.
wan, Walter R. Beaver Falls, Pa.
TT-?tl?rortown. Pa.
Bean, Lawrence H. Kin&siUle, Texas.
Bedell. Charles R-, Ocean Grave, X. J.
Blanchett, Lawrence J, Elk River,
Minn.
Burleson. Worth B-, Bastrop. Texas.
Freer, Milton G-, Lock port. X Y.
Fry, Edward E., Canton, Ohio.
Hnntowski. Leon. Chicago, 111.
Ipson. William W., Beaver. Utah.
Krlft, George E.. St. Lonisr^Mo.
McGough. Rogert E., Providence, R L
Miles, William EL E. St. Lonis, HL
Sawyer. Harry R-. Cherry Valley. X. Y.
Wounded In Action (Severely)
Sergeant? / ^
Jensen, Waiter, New Tork, N. YPrivates?
HIatt. Nathan H., Portland, Ore.
Leavesley, George W., Philadelphia,
mining in mwliuh
Corporals?
Lancaster, Elmer X, Alliance, Csl
Stuart, Ralph R. New York. N. YBerghoff,
August P., Fort Wayne, Ind.
Heil. Howard A., Heilton. Pa.
Kaynes. Clement A. Duffield. Mich.
Johns. Harry P.. Newark, Ohio.
Karnatz, Henry J., Akron. Ohio.
Kildow, Hopwood C.. Oakland. Md.
Mullens, William E., Olcott, W. Va
Sink. Perry L., Detroit, Mich.
Skebba, Linton C.. S. Minneapolis,
Minn.
Taheny. Bernard. A.. Chicago, 111Zeck,
Emil A. Toledo. Ohio.
Died of Wounds Received in Action
Previously Reported Wounded.
Private?
Collier. Seth C. G., Portland. Oregon.
Sick in Hospital. Previously Reported
Missing.
Corporal?
Hill. David B., Crowley, Texas.
Privates?
Bass, Edward C., Montello, Wis.
Cox, Richard W_ St. Lous. Mo.
Returned to duty, previously Reported
Missing.
Private? -Fisher,
Earl H. Fox Lake, Wis.
-THE MORNING LIST
The casualty lists printed In the
newspapers this morning shewed:
Killed in action, 5; died 01 aisiease.
4; Wounded severely. 31; wounded
(decree undetermined) 42; Wounded
slightly 27, total. 109.
There were no West Virginians in
the morning list
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mannington-]
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Oscar Fluharty Dies.
Oscar Fluharty. a well known Man- r
nington man. died at the home of his |
brother. Scott Fluharty. on Burt Hill, i
at eleven o'clock Thursday night of
pneumonia, following an attack of influenza.
He was thirty-six years of
age and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Fluharty of Stain street. In addition
to his wife, he is survived by two
brothers. Scott and John Fluharty, and
three sisters. Mrs. A- A. Masters. Mrs.
-Albert Beuth and Mrs. Lawrence
Jones, all of Mannington. The funeral
will be held on "Sunday at an hour to
be announced, and interment will be
made in the Hunter cemetery near
Joetown.
Mrs. Mary Wells.
Mrs. Mary J. Wells, wife of Benjamin
F. Wells, died at their home at'
Glover Gap Thursday at midnight of,
anemia from which she had been a
sufTerer for some time. Funeral arrangements
had not been made when
this was written.
Have Influenza.
The following persons in the vicinity
are ill of influenza. Guy Glover
and Charles Fluharty. of Beegum; Gee
Morris and child of Glover Gap; and
H. Val Burt, of East Main street, and
Mrs. John I. Jolliffe. of Beatty avenue.
Miss Evelyn Forney. Claude Sine.
Donald Kellcy and Miss Gladys Haugh
are out again after being ilL Mrs.
F. W. Bartlett is recovering from a
very severe attaojc. i
Corn Display.
In the First NTational bank window
there is a display of fine looking corn
and turnips, both of which were grown i
by Jesse Shaw on his farm near;
Grangeville. Sir. Shaw who is eighty, i
seven years old. did practically all of
his farm work the past season.
Jewish Relief. \Tit
/if flio Tn/iat
relief committee that will solicit funds
for the relief of the unfortunate Jewish
people in Europe, in a drive which
will be made on October 29th. 30th
and 31st. The movement is endorsed
by Governor Cornwell and many of the
most prominent people of the state.
Son Born.
Bora Thursday. October 24th. to Mr.
and Mrs. John Shanks at Wirt, Oklahoma.
a son. Mr. and Mrs. Shanks are
former Mannington people.
California for Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane having
sold their residence in High street, are
quartered at the Hotel Bartiett. They
expect to leave early next month for
California where they will spend the
winter. ?..
On Furlough.
Dr. Claude McBee. of Morgantown,
was the guest of Dr. Phoebfk G. Moore
HAS THE KIDDIE
A SEVERE COLD?
Dr Bells Pine-Tar-Honey Is Pleacant
to Take and Works Like Magic
It's a happy combination of cough
relieving medicines that brings quick
relief where other remedies faiL
Effective alike for children and
grownups. Helps to loosen the phlegm
and to ease breathing. It sooths, promotes
healing and, while nature is
killing the infectious germs, starts the ,
sufferer toward speedy recovery.
Priced as low as genuinely good i
cough and cold remedy can be sold for.
30c, 60c and $1.00.
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GeometricaUy speaking?"the sho
a straight line."
on Wednesday. Dr. McBee Is a. member
of the U. S. Medical Corps in
France, and is home on a short farlough.
Moving Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Huey and
family are moving here from Lancaster,
Ohio. They will reside in Brookside.
Mrs. BeaU Improves.
Mrs. J. Finley BeaU, of Jefferson,
street, who has been dangerously iU
for several weeks, is somewhat Improved
and It is now thought she wUl
recover.
Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. Gore T. Bradley, of
Littleton, are guests at the home of,
the former's sister. Mrs. Charles J.
BeaU in Jefferson street.
Miss Pearl Williamson has returned
to her home in Fairmont after a visit
with Miss Olive Rymer here.
William Haught has returned from
a business visit in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Berry and child
have returned from Ohio, where they
orAre called by the illness of a rela
tive o t the former.
Burr Timms has returned from Morgan
town, bringing a new Steudebaker
auto.
Charles Barlow has returned from a
visit with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Barlow
at Oakland, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Alder have gone
to Plain City, Ohio, for a visit with
the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Black left last
evening for a visit with relatives in
Huntington.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kreighran and
daugh'ter. Mrs. Hazel Henry and Eugene
Keighron. of Morgantown, are
guests at the home of Mrs. Keighron's
sister, Mrs. T. A. eLonard in Dancer
avenue.
Jack Lynch arrived yesterday from1
Pittsburgh for a short visit with former
friends here.
Charles E. Minor, of Fairmont, was
a business visitor in the city yester
unaer tuis guruiee?iaxe six Dottles
borne -with yon, use it acordlng
to directions and If not satisfied with
results, your money will be promptly
refunded. Price 60c and ?2~20 per
>ottte. The Sinks Emulsion Co, Ter-e
Haute, 2nd. Sold and guaranteed*
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day.
Mrs. Carl E. Beatty and children,
HAD CHRONIC STOMACH
TROUBLE FIFTY YEARS
MR. PELTZ FINALLY FOUND HOW
TO END IT?HE'S 88 YEARS OLD.
*T had been afflicted for 50 years |
with chronic stomach trouble and
dyspepsia, and spent hundreds of dollars
trying to get relief. For years I!
have had to go to the -water closet ]
as often as eight oc twelve times]
during the night, on account of my!
bowels. I had to be very careful of
what I ate and could not eat fruit at I
all
"I have used but four bottles of]
Milk's Emulsion and it has benefitted ]
me more than all the other medicines !
I have taken. I can now go to bed ]
and sleep the whole night, and can
eat fruit without hurting me."?Wm.
M. Peltz, 813 South 13th St., Springfield.
ni. /
When Mr. Peltz wrote this letter he
was SS years old. and ills are hard to
relieve at that age. Don't suffer for
50 years, as he did! Don't suffer another
week! Milk's Emulsion costs
nothing to try. x
Vmnldm W ? nlituftnf. Tin
tritive food and a corrective medicine.
It restores healthy, natural bowel action,
doing away with all the need of
pills and physics. It promotes appetite
and quickly pots the digestive
organs in shape to assimilate food.
As a builder of flesh and strength.
Milks Emulsioir is strongly recommended
to run-down nervous people,
and it has produced more amazing results
in many cases of tuberculosis of
the lungs. Chronic stomach trouble
and constipation are promptly relieved?usually
in one dayThis
is the only solid emulsion
made, and so palatable that it is eaten
with a spoon like ice cream. A
truly wonderful medicine for weak,
sickly children.
No matter how severe your case,
yon are urged to try Milks Emulsion
w&4li
sC"?3,
/Ss^ews -
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rtest distance between two points Is
of Fairmont, are here for a few weeks
visit with relatives.
Fred W. Bartlett has retained fron
a business trip to Buffalo, X. Y.
Chester L. Pilchard was in Fair
moat Thursday evening on business
connected with the War Work drive
Mrs. George Prim left yesterday foi
a visit with friends in Morgantown.
Hotel Arrivals.
Bartlett ? S. M. Hartley, Morgan
town; F. G. Burson, Cecil Shultz. Hon
dred; W. R. Stevenson, C. Eh Todd, W
P. McGann, W. P. Cogley, Geo. W
Slethon. Wheeling; G. W. Call en dine
F. L. Smith, Earl Douglas, Clarksburg;
Charles Davis. New York; h. W
Brown, Pennsboro.
Wells?Harry Rymer, Wheeling; L,
T. McClain, West Union; Victor E
Tennant. Wadestown; Claude Sine
Dent's Run; S. V. Derby. Pine Grove
Preston county buckwheat, home
style, for breakfast each morning.
Boyers Restaurant.?Adv.
TTnm? hated ales and Pastries
Boyers Restaurant. Arrt
A Baltimore Physn is
Thaokfhl for the Introduction
of NOXZEMA.
Noxzema Chem. Co.,
Baltimore, MdGentlemen:
Just a line to thank you for Intro
during Xoxzema. It's Soothing, heal
ing. action on burned, irritated, itch
ing or Inflamed skin is tnily wonder
ful: and as a remedy for eczema, its
value is supreme. Its a double pleas
ure to prescribe and enrose it.
WM. CONRAD RODE. M. D.
Xoxzema Skin Cream Is offered tc
the people of Fairmont strictly on its
merits, and The Crane Drug Co. 01
H-H Drug Co. are authorized to refund
your money if you are not pleased
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ner'was dedicated, principal speakers'
being Fred O Bine, of the state" tax
commissioner's. office and CoL Jnlien
Ganjot. of Camp Sherman. O.
The Gasaalt; Flag is composed of
the colors of "Old Glory** ahd contains
fonr sets of stirs. Gold stars stand
for those killed In action, white stars
rimmed with gold those died of disease
or accident, pnrple stars, those
missing In action or prisoners and
green stars, thcae wounded.
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WEST VIRGINIA ELK HONORED.
CLARK6BTJBG. W. Va., Oct. 26.?
Jay Reaper, of this city, secretary of
the West Virginia Elks* association,
has been appointed a member of the
credentials committee of the Grand
Lodge of Elks. Harry H. Darnall. of
Huntington, is the new district deputy
for West Virginia.
Preston county- buckwheat, home
style, for breakfast each morning.
Boyers Restaurant-?Adv.
8 , Women S
In Cardui, the woman's flri|
M tonic, helped Airs. WflIiam
Evetsole, of Hazel 0
Wr Patch, Ky. Read what j
WWA she writes: "I had a
general breaking-down
of my health. I was in
jOA bed for weeks, unable to &K|;
; PfcjJ get up. I had such a BET* j
Jfl weakness and dizziness, Km t
m JB ... and the pains were j
1 MA very severe. A friend Ah j
HlL toidmelhadtrieidevery- jf|
s | thing else, why not MMf
. 1 JBB CarrJui ?.. . I did, and H| A
r 1WB soon saw it was helping MM
Wk me... Alter 12 bottles, Jfa
9/M I am strong and well." gfJB
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The Womas's Tonic
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. wm Do you teel weak, cEz- ctw
Jwtt zy, wom-out? Is your Ep&
UM lack of good health caused
HV from'any of the com- w|
j)l women? Then why sot
[P give Cardoi a trial? It ^
should surely do for yon
Mm what it las done for so Bfw
many thousands of other *MSt
women who stlffered?it I
H should help you back to M
BP Ask sone lady friend MBS
. oB who has taken CarduL m
- U She will tell yon how it Alj
i helped her. Try CarduL
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Young: Men's - Overcoa
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Men's Ulstrette ?1E f)|
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Of dark blue, gray and brown wo
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men s conservative vnj
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Men's Chinchilla (07 C|
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