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Nafaonal O^hit 3Ebp * to o ppcsL ANSWER wiTHYBUR VOTES I PurPose is 1 ^ ^ Mm* Hajee, Chairman of the Republican Hnndadtt Comjnittee, made public Jwiee, a statement in -which he replied Maa,behalf of his party to President IgjMiah appeal to the nation to return a Democratic Congress. In his statement -Mr. Hays said: ^SpPreslderit Wilson has Questioned g-jtho. motives and fidelity of yoar rep| resentatlves In Congress. He has /gthewby. Impugned their loyality and KBaniea-their patriotism. His chalMlehaa^tp yon. who -elected those repKSiweiitslivua. Ton owe it to them, it KgRtte honor of your great party and to yoar own self respect to meet that :^i5SehaHenge souarely, not only as Repubhot as Americans. I. as your chairman, call upon you to do it. KfSHr Wilson accords the Republicans SgSio' credit whatever for having supported the' "war measures' proposed SSracihis administration, although they Sgpnv done so with greater unanimity Jraftnm the members of his own party. Despite the fact, he accuses them of j jftiring tried to usurp his proper funcf^Afc no time and in no way have P&hjey. tried to tako control of the war B ;<mt of his hands- The President iitauirws that The country knows it. Sggon. taiow It. A more nngpacious. Attire unjust, more wanton, more mendacious accusation was never . by the most reckless stump E orator, ywifii less hy a President of E the United States, for partisian purgflpoaea.' It has an Insult not only to BGbmn? IamI DannVlfeen 4r* Pnn <rrea5 Igiufcitb .every loyal Republican In the Hlan<L:^t folly merits the resentment r which rightfully and sorely will find Bpi'ip nilm at the polls. ^^Hr.; "Wilson grudgingly admits Republicans have been 'profcWarJ?hardly that No. it is because they're for peace, though not without victeSy. because they do not bee lasting peace can be obtained ^^MBijiitlunotbtiattai. because they JlftnllTiii tlmt U S* stands for nn^^&6mfit?oaal surrender as well as for Kptifi^nalted States and Uncle Sam. K^ftThe Democratic Congress does not. IftSiriyWllaon does not. There is the as the noonday sun. The gS^jSfiG.. "Wilson wants only rubber Epwttznps,. his robber stamps, in Con^^rajpnes. He says so. No one knows it ggSgtter than Democratic congressmen, j be calls for the defeat .of the pro-war Ephfepnhlicaiis and the election of antiwitt Democrats. He, as the executive. is no longer satisfied to be one btanch B of the government as provided hr the Constitntion. Republican conB gressffien must he defeated and DemI ocratic congressmen must be elected. as they -would yield in every thing. Sr- that is evidently his idea?the Idea of an ontocrat g himself the jKeervant, but bidding for the mastery this great free people. ^^"Republicans in Congress have Kspemed to him good enough when they Kjmiented, as -they dhi hssent with * !, ?- ?^ * *?ar ?? J ntitnoo I BBC piUiOiUJil auu oviuvwwv* xst their best judgment, to bis ssals. Republicans at home have ?d to him good enough to send 1,000,000 of their sons into battle Bnbh ?t least half of the Army tar more than half of the mosey tinning of the war, bat they- are (maddened good enough to have a in the settlement of the war. EA . 3 it Mr. Wilson's real purpose has ng to do with the conduct of the has had - that from the beng, has It now, and nobody ams of Interfering with his conHe wants just two things. One Empower to settle the war prer at he and his sole, nnelected jointed, unconfirmed, personal ar may determine. The other is ?ower aa the 'unembarrassed man of affairs at home," as he By demands in his statement to tract in peace times the great trial affairs of the nation in the .way. In unmpeded conformity, -whatever socilistic doctrine, rrsr unlimited government-own> notions, whatever hazy whims happen to possess him at the -.but first, above all. with ab> commitment to free trade with s world, thus giving to Germ an y rtbe hand of fruits of a victory rr than she could win by fight4 years A Republican Congress iarea assent to that. Do you CArmanv forces the Republican party to lie down or fight. I say fight Bjtaawer with your votes. ^KWlfon is for nncondltional HngreDdBrT Surrender?yes, for the nfeoodltlonal surrender to himself of Bthei -RepabRcan party of the country, BlBllwibiJBMfy nffjsi'pf from +> Mwaivvadtbe mnUm waah IXIX DTand S^P?SK3tame53e5r that wonderfully BSigPfcg?t*?ttthatcopf nbuu theltc& BlW^tpBBK.ThiBiooftiliii wmU penetrates ngmmB fnatmt xefief than tbe moat D. D. D. Mg^^CIty dye etore and Hall's The following casualties are re' sorted br the commarirtliig general of tha American Expeditionary Forces: Killed In action 12; died from wounds 5; died from accident 1; died of disease 21; wounded severely 39; wounded (degree undetermined) 33; wounded slightly 14; missing In action 31; total ISO. Killed in "Action. Lieutenant Colonel William E. Holllday, Santa Monica, CaL Privates ? Alasce. Ocaji o, South Manchester, Conn, j Bigas. Ignatius, Tacoma, Wash. Brown, Harry, Chester, Pa. Odom, Burtcheall, Blakely, Ga. Deniarti. Nicholas, New York, N. Y. Guest. Donald Alden. Osago. Mich. Bantshake, Edward A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Kerberg. John J.. Jeffersonville, Ind. Kuhlthau, Charles E., Delaware. O. Rogillio, Eugene W., Rogillioville, La. Saar, Martin, Buffalo. N. Y. Died from Wounds. Corporal? Carmier. Clifford, New Bedford, Mass. Privates. ? Butler. Bartholomew S-, Brooklyn, N. Y. Jordon, Theodore, Atlanta, Ga. Lee. Soloman. Cubbage, Ky. Swanson. Oscar. Helsingberg, Sweden Died from Accident. Privates? Ripley, Joseph Aloysius, Queens, N.Y. Wounded Severely. Sergeants? Aubury. Lawrence. Hougttton, Mich. Auclaire, Nelson D., Central Falls, R. I. Mover. Nelson W? Lebanon, PaCorporals? ' "Allard. Harry. Menominee, Mich. Laplante. Victor J.. Pawtucket. R. I. Toohey, John. Waltham. Mass. Tuttle, Cecil H., Waco. Tex. Bugler Abe Goldberg. Philadelphia, Pa. Privates? Addington, Leonadas. Harrison. Ida. Allen, Patrick H., Zanesville. Ohio. Baseley, William Inwood. N. Y. Bates. Alfred E., Bronxville. N. Y. e Boisdert. Albert, Lowell, Mass. Brannum. John S., Ashley. 111. Carroll, George A.. New York, N. Y. Chason, Augustus James. Nova Scotia Colwell, Allen Eugene, Grand Rapids, Mich. Earhart, Lee, Caney, Okla. Foster. John F. Jr., Rochester. X. "Y. Gibson, Frank P.. Kimball, S. Dak. Gottcsman, Philip. New York, N. Y. Grady. Oba Henry, Ridgeway. Mich. Graham, Hugh D., Ludlow, 111. of the Allies?all to him. as a sole ararbitrator and master of the destinies ofthe world. Do you stand for that? Answer with your votes.." CITY 10 DISTRIBUTE HEALTHJWHLET Two Building Permits Were Issued By Board of Affairs. At a meeting af the city Board of Affairs Monday a phamphlet which was issued by State Health officer J. L Jepson was presented for consideration and it was decided that the phamphlet should be published i? the city papers and printed and sent broadcast throughtout the county. A lunch counter license was granted to Ed. C. Stemple to conduct a lunch stand on Market street. Two building permits were granted to Mrs. Marie W. Poling to build an addition to a porch at her residence on second street and also to build a garage on her premises. ( An invitation received from the city of Pittsburgh asking citizens of the city of Fairmont to attend an exhibit of war implements gathered together in the allied nations as a means of showing to the public what their efforts have accomplished in winning the war was accepted by the board or affairs and a reply ordered sent to the city of Pittsburgh. '5^ DO you think I would start housekeeping without Golden Sun? Not for a minute! HE knows good coffee when he tastes it. And so do L" Golden Sun Coffee ?the dustless. chaffless coffee. Never sold by peddlers: only by home-town grocers who cooperate in local movements for the betterment of your.com? inanity. ? fair. Trad* frith home-town grocer*. THE WOOLSON SPICE COMPANY Toledo Ohio \ I Kroger, Chester F-. ClncltiTiiH. O. -? - a <- 1.1 AH. XtODKIlBUU, juraai. v.v vwnuvi*, SUver. Bryant D, Bowline Green. Ind. Smith, Geo. H.. Saratoga Springe, X. T. Thlede, Michael. Inkster, Mich. Titos. Franklin XL, Detroit, Mich. Tobey, Warren H., Qnincy, Mass. Wallace, Carl. Kane, Pa. Warcovies, Charles, Pittsburgh, Pa. Wounded. Degree Undetermined. Captain Vincent P. Rousseau. Charlotte. X. C. Lieutenant Frank Strong, Philadelphia, Pa. Sergeants? Bazel. Cyril W., Burlington, Iowa. Schrock. Lue E., Xashvllle, Ind. Sorenson. Albert, Racine, Wis. Ziska, Vincent, Platte, S. Dak. Corporals? Gottfried, Henry C., Woodcliffe, X.J. Lemire, Joseph H., Lowell, Mass. Privates? Hume. Roy S-, Sell groan. Aria. Orban. Joseph. Holyoke, Mass. Pollitt, Roy, Morriston, Ind. Randall, Floyd Batley, Gibbon, Xebr. Skaggs, Olyiver S.. Fort Thomas, Ky. Smith, Albert F.. Freeport, HI. Stormont, Lowell J.. Youngstown, O. Szcwarczewicz, Leon. Cicero, HI. Taylor, Frances H., Parkersbnrg, W. Va. Thompson, George A., Yonkers, X. Y. Tice, William D., Lyles, Tenn. Tobin. Thomas E., Dorchester, Mass. Trevenna. George, Butte, Hont. Vaughn, Wm. R.. McLeansboro, 111. Watson. James A.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Williams. Orlando J.. Racine. Wis. Willis, Charles E.. Cannon, Ky. Zeichner, Harry. New York, X. Y. Bondini, Stephen, Cheshire. Mass. Boyd. Charles.T. .Stuart, Va. Buckley, Harry Z.. New York, X. Y. Fischetti, Rosario, Brooklyn, N. x~. Flitcroft .Herbert. Brooklyn, N". Y. Gothard. Walter B., Bridgeport, Ala. Grusel. Henry. Brooklyn. N*. Y. THE MORNING L.IST. The casualty list printed In the newspapers of this morning showed: Killed in action 42: died from wounds 38; died from accident and other causes 5: died from airplane accident 4;-died of disease 71: wound cd severely 66: wounded (degree updetermined) 112: wounded slightly 26; Missing in action 34; prisoners 2; total 400. West Virginians in the morning list are: Died of Disease?Seregeant Spencer L. Boyd. Eckman; Pvt. Jesse L. Bailey, Oceana. Wounded. Degree Undetermined? Pvts. Otis Montgomery Jones, Couch; Thomas Stump, Exchange. Preston county buckwheat, home style, for breakfast each morning. Boyers Restaurant.?Adv. I1 1 ? k: i ; 1 lad i .-} > * v4 1 des J, \ lts cine "* } P or' I J\, \m chc wh \ I fan M ^ ( ^ yoi cial we Suits $25.50 t Dresses $12.50 Exclusii Gorier 4ih aid Man St, pTDfliiP rap ortiiiwr oinuno iuii ouiiuun "I Stand for Protective Tar. iff Law0 Says Republican Candidate. Glass workers of the city srt out for Charles J. Schttck. Republican candidate for congress from the First West Virginia district. Inasmuch as Mr. Schock stands on a safe and sane policy in regard to the tariff, which affords protection to the American Industry, these craftsmen see la him a champion to their cause. Not only are the-glassworkers them[Between corn flal and the w I P0S1 ded protects you. REASON IS Dur entire organization is at I to feel that your patronage :ed that your purchase will II as a customer to this store o $100 Coats I to $50 Blouses re Garme ft, i i viarKsoarg v OAS ; :i fcheres ri ence in't j -the di"fl jn flavor Lis -fcrem' ? Reasons Why I . Should See Our C ' Before Making REASON T Ve are manufacturers whicl ry woman consider this-.si kes her purchase. REASON ^ operate several stores a IJmisses' outer garments exc >wlege in this Tine which i ' customers REASON P J/e carry vast-assortments < ies and misses* and no two REASON] [Tie moment a style is proc iigners it is shown in our sh amjearance in the creatstyl A * ?_? _ REASON] We pay the closest attentio 1 our assortments are so larj woman and miss regardless 1 find a garment here REASON r \s to price whether you $ 100 for a garment you v >ose from at the price than ere REASON F fou take no risk in buying he of satisfaction with every i 41 its who ftnn & prOtocttii l4i ifTi The wittlt bi been thet a ftnut' ftCbt wfll be mate Car Schotk from tbte BinRle angle. Schack*! pltdce en the protective tariff la as fOIlews: "I stand lor a protective tariff law that will be fair to Americas turners and, workmen and not legislation that will array Tlrtf** vgateot maaaea" Home Baked Pies and Pastries Bo yen Restanrsnt. Advt. JERSEY COW FOR SALE Giving about two gallons of milk a day. Reason tor selling, so pasture. Cannot properly care for her. Phone 149S-J. or address of-* See box "Jeney cow" W. Va. "\ common ces onderful r TIES odiffen>rice ? Ference ? endous. Every Woman I oats and Suits | ; a Purchase |! *0. 1 i in itself should make :ore before she finally j ! JO. 2 nd specialize in la dies* lusively, giving expert s a great advantage to iO.3 of Coats and Suits for alike. NO. 4 luced by the formost op -within 48 hours of s centers NO. S n to the question of fit je and varied that eve; of the size she wears jn a want to spend $20.00 rill find more styles to l possible to find elsei *0. T ! re becausejour guaranpurchase or money rero.8 vouiN service, we want ; is desired and appremake you a friend as i. 117.50 to $100 $1.00 to $15.00 *\ ; nt Shop 111 M^mmj i| AIXOFTOT^WTO^^ <, Today, tomorrow, Wodnoaday and 11 Father Timo and closes up th* pre I * From all that we can see. all J i can understand out of all our aaparl (> diso we do not Believe there oan e II an opportunity to buy now, frech, I' and Winter merchandise at low pri< l' ta<nly no such opportunity can be 1 I1 In view of all the cireumatano i' we hope our customers will not fail I ( winter needs at the present low prii i, more days to provide against thesa II ing advantage of the opportunities ]> tober*4 campaign. I [ $1.00 Girls* Bleached Medium II Weight Union Suits; high neck, i ankle length and long sleeves. t 79c I years ........ .-saw. ' Women's Pink mt Blue Outing l' Flannel Ix>ng Ok dor Skirts assorted fl?"| AA !> sIz"!' wleUU S each see 7 I. ' V.n'? TT?rv Vihh^ Vl..r.d ' Ecru Color Union Salts, sizes i" $1.75 |' St .J... Men's Grey Cotton Flannel At11 tached or Detached Collar <* Shirts, sizes 14 1-2 AA !' w ? r-2 tpl.UU each ^ 11 Men's Light Grey Wool Mixed I' Flannel Top Shirts, QQ i? Sizes 14 1-2 A I. I, to 17 T 11 Men's Heavy Clear Grey Double I, Shawl Collar Cotton Coat ! > Sweaters, twff* deep "J |"A I1 pockets. All 21.DU ? sizes T (| Women's Silk Crepe de Chine (J Blouses, white, flesh and colors. > AU sizes AA Ap <; w Tard Wide Slightly Starched l[ Bleached J ?7l / < Muslin. 1 /72C > yard '> 220 Men's "Wool Casslmere Suits, either medium, light or (fir (' dark. ttflD I( shades ................. 1* Men's Mackinaw Coats of Wool 11 Plaid Coatlnga Al A ' Sizes to wl.\/ ( 46 . Eat home FBH Grown Food. Sav. Freiflbt * Is Your Min ' Running ' Proper equipment ar mechanical problems has 1 a loser into a money make: would increase its divider Put you proposition up to mopey, you don't have to money, you ought to belir Expert electrical advice problems, and installin Armature Winding a sp Mine Service a JOHN RAY 111 Fairmont Ave., n ? / Try Our Cooke Foods well prepared ? man, as we serve then healthy and in good believe this adage, tr? J. W. Boyer': 223 HAD] jj ^ WB1TBR Thursday?and than com? ataae / S at "Buy it in Oct atom'" aaopda? - * X" that wa can laarn and all ttat M? i;: anca in hcvino and aaip-n -rfh? 1 TP I om? again for a laM tlim ** BMi clean, up to data find quality Fdl Found elsewhere at any till a of aeanlty and a riaing marks*. S to taka advantage now to let tlait ] m. You have just today and tldres J a unprecedented oondltiom by tain -. j k1 : pi wonted in thia "Bay H in Qa : I ; < 2 a___ > -x. I - 'H IWonea'a Medina Weight .' l^SSM Bleached Cotton Union Sotta J J each ii7,'i Light or Saztc Outing Wiintul ] I A large aaaortaent of patterns ej . | to select ?)p S $&&1 & | Women'! New Ml AS Wool < Men's 'Wear Serge Suits, buuglbt ' : to seU lor ^1C CA 4 < MfS IIs-9* ^lD.DU i | Women'! Good Qoallty Val- 11 vet Coats; bought to anil Ar - ( ' ... $13.75 i > I Women'e Fine Quality Stella ] ? Wear Serge or Poplin Salts, thia 41 * I Fall's models, booght to sell tip 4 .. : % 'i~ 124.50 i Fij Women"! or Mlssna Velvet 1 i ??H Shapes or Ready-to-Wear Val- ' | * .... $isoii'i Girl's Colored Velvet Large Tana i j , 1 -o-Shanters. with *1 rA * i ^ -J tassels, tPl.eHJ ' j Men's Leather Faced Short J , I Knit Wrtot Canvas ( ' Gloves. ] *1 Men's Heavy Grey Cotton Hired i ; J* ^rbOB*' 20c * pair V9tT* m Men's Dirk Blue "or Black, Woal .1 Mixed Half Eo^e. Sixes pA . J ?i 2to SOc | 11 1-2. Pair ......r. *| ' s-vina F"* Soldiers loo High? I id a correct handling of |1 ;urned many a mine from r. Perhaps your property ids if brought up to date. ^f!s us. If -we can't save you " J deal If we can save you iding it out. : on all kinds of power g electrical equipment, ecialty. ind Supply Co. I 4 , Manager, H Vfi Phone 108 If yj Delicious 11 dFood II V %. jjfr :'2*l luting toe appeuxe oi * i will always keep you spirits. If you don't j them. s Restaurant I I