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Kc* Howax*. BakersCeld. CaL ?
Hrnlek. J_ Phoebus. Va. n
Jobn. Bridseport. Conn.
KWxd, Ed. W, Bricaville. Tean. p
WWterexi. IJrtber. Newhope. Ark. B
EjBsjtord. PanicjC, Defiance, Oblo. ?
pKKarfe, Harry, New York. N. T.
BjSocdon. Letter, Brownlte. Tex. R
KSIbdiBnd,- CaxI, Chicago, HL 8
l; igBenkeLMobert H, Mlddlebranch, O.
gntr F- Say city, Mich. 8
Ustohnson. Zola T., Mldvmle, Ohio. a
I Kariaahov, .Wassll. THUtes Bottom, S
^Jtaan. Da-rid C. Pin by, Ark. 1
&%e Ctetre, Henry -J? Greenville, N. H.
?c%tpp, Frederick A., aterrliet. N. Y. 3
I Xohnea, Fred X>? Haverhill, Mass. 1
.rTMcKlnley, wailam D. Kanwnn City, Y
I: McKbatxy, Qobert K, Springfield, Mo. "V
EiOesngdsen, Jacob J., Fort Worth. Tex "V
* Mariand, James H., Cambridge, Mass, "V
I - Marzonella, Stephen, Herkimer, N. Y. 1
[ Mohr. Charles H. Bangor, Pa. Y
Br. Murray, John Edward, Philadelphia, Y
! -Kelson, Ernest W., Genoa, Neb.
I Parker, Mervtn s., Murray, Utah.
Kf^OeenmMM. TT . Pw?nO. PftL T
[ olds, Robert O., 'Whitewater, Mo. C
f Phillip R., New Franklin, Mo. C
f f?>paulding. Junes, Dayton, Ohio. 2
Starzynski, Julias, Cleveland. Ohio.
igS SylTia. Leonard F., Brunswick, Ga.
1 " Trainer, Thomas J., Corona. N. Y.
TJrbanowsW Anthony. Toledo. Ohio, f
Walters, John R^ Battle Creek. Mich.
V WniiamsyJames F., Annona. Tex. j
. Woodmansee, Max S., Woleott, Vt. j
Hosford, Raymond C., Great Falls, '
; *" Mont. Johnson,
Arthur D., Richmond, Va.
Kin*. Peter, New Castle, Pa.
Klehv Henry, Clinton, lad.
f - Matofcha. John F-, Plum, Tex.
1 Mazzio, Antonio, Foggia, Italy.
Mnlkey. Ernest, Monett, Mo.
? Wounded (Degree Undetermined). <
*1 Captain? j
gMTTni lini George A_, Fort Atkinson, "Wis. ,
Vr Tileatenants? j
^Llriesa. Charles H., Kansas City. Kans. <
Hjrtngston, Goodhue, Jr, New York, j
Rledler, Otto F.. Otline, Tex.
Vf Sergeants?
"J Cost, Arlington B.. Hagerstown, Md. i
? T jiTton, Clarence P, Stnrgebn, Mo. i
J Quivey, Stirling; It, New Brighton, Pa. <
t Williams, Kenneth L, Little Rock, j
QL'- Corporals?
" Anderson, Robert" F, Chicago, I1L
?. -Blackiston, Charles A, West Plains,
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KB Cassidy, Thomas A-, Philadelphia, Pa. '
\-r Clark. Jess. Milton, Okla.
J ' Bykins, Daniel H, Muacyy Pa.
fr^Ebler, George P., Washington, Ind.
I ' Ellis. Nelson. Prlncedale, Ark.
| Gallay. Harry A, Chicago. 11L
Jd*Payton. Ira E.. Toasey, Ky.
[ K5 Qoinn. William L, Pittsburgh, Pa.
It; Renchler, Benjamin. Detroit, Mich.
Wood. Joseph B, Philadelphia. Pa.
w jJ' Yelm. George Edward. Genoa, Neb.
Musician?
BAf Medland, George W, Philadelphia. Pa.
Privates?
HKSldcox, William J, De Pere, Wis.
R|e; Anderson, Martin, Belgrade, Minn.
K Baker. Lynn EL, Sidney, N. Y.
K?Baker, RobertEL, Port McKavett, Tex
; Bannon, John J, Philadelphia, Pa.
W\ Batdorf. John Paul, Lebanon, Pa.
' ftenavides. David. San Slarcial. N. M.
| Benton, Clifford P., Montezuma. Iowa.
I Boucher. Loren, Cleveland. Okla.
I I rBraham, Joseph T.. New York. N. Y.
y^Brewer, LynTan, Kennedy. Tex.
VwCanady. Otis L-. Ambridge. Pa.
\ Cappo, Miller. Blairsville, Pa.
Ht.. Castano, Manuel. Mojoda. Coah. Met.
K Catono. Eragio. Philadelphia. Pa.
H: Clark, James J., Harrison, N. J.
H Dalager,' David C., Lake Park. Minn.
^ Davidson, Clifford, Miles City. Mont
^ Davis, Betty S.. agner, Okla.
fc): Debo, William H., Wetwnka. Okla.
I?' Devlin, John, Jr, Philadelphia, Pa.
| - -Id Rocco, Peter, South Holland, HL
i Downs, Henry Maud. Chalker. Ga.
MmJ Dunham, Charles H., Berlin, N. H.
F| j^geedmb, Arthur G.. Traverse City,
|1 Elder. John B.. Boaz, Ala..
KJ Enquist, Albert W., Newark, N. J.
J - Ebrelman, Absalom. Terre Hill, Pa
I! Ewald, Henry Andrew, Jersey City,
J N. J.
K* Qerlach, Phillip E., Chicago, 111.
r^ cnmeii Tawtatipa R T?ieplslop. Minn.
It - Graves, Ansel Edward, Palisade, Neb.
5? Gretaman, Benjamin Alfred, New
Ifv; York, N. Y.
I * ^Htmmer, John Bernard, Philadelphia,
I " Hetrlck. Daniel D. Norristown, Pa.
1^ Hlscock. Edwin G., Maiden, Mass.
[jt' JolmB, Kay M-. Chicago Heights, 111.
f. r jdhason, Walter George, Chicago, 111.
II^Hyebs, Charles F? Harrlsbnrg, Pa.
BI'sLsney, Rank A.. Skowhegan, Me.
I Lendle, Arthur. Brooklyn. N. Y.
B1 Le .Page, Fred. Little River, "Wis.
['caught another
L TERRIBLE COLD
URdie?e it quickly with Dr.
^ BdPS Pine-Tar-Honey.Don't
say you're going to let it wear
[ jgiltMlf oat. It's Jnst as liable to become
B, {chronic. .And then ?
, Ths balsamic ingredients of Sr.
ft I Belfs Pine-Tar Honey help to sooth
Li the tickle, the. healing ingredients help
I nature to acatter the phlegem-congesI
tinn add a happy controtable relief '
K|k Coughs doe to grippe, bronchitis,
|riwt asthma also are relieved. And at?
a j iuij znrung cost ior ut~ txjii s nneK
. ^ MMl $1.20
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cWalter*. Frank. J, Jeraeydty, N. J.
cWm, John w, Waabiagtao. II
jaix. H*nr T, Pittsburgh, Pa.
mar. Wffliam. Btegtiamton. IT. Y.
Eootv. George W, Monntaln bland.
Mfarn.
arker, Roland A.Emm?is, Pa.
daman. Simon H., BnCalo, N. Y. itter.
William Edward. Plains, Luzerne
Co. Pa. .
lorer, Perraw B-,Toshea, Va
elm eider, George W? Springfield.
Minncbwanke.
Joseph. Cleveland, Ohio.
Ihermer, Marlon 111. Mnldrow. Okla.
trasburg, Albert F. La Salle, K. T.
"bibodeau, Alfred T. Haverhill. Mass.
"bompson, William E? Minneapolis,
"Minn
Ice, George A-. Oceon Port, N. J.
'ischer, Herman F? Chicago. Ill
'all, Isaac, Portland. Ore.,
'oegell. Claude W. Enid. Okla.
rolpe, Tony N. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Yanberg. Helmer, Wheaton, Mian.
Fdber. Claries. Topeka, Kane.
Villard, Oil and H-, Guyaville. Ohio.
Voodward, Joe H_, Fentress, Tex.
Vright, Charles W. - Kansas City,
Kans.
Missing In Action.
Privates?
Jail, John K. Gallipolis Ferry, W. Ya.
ham. Edward, Glen wood, W. Va.
XTSnftald. W. Vl
fesselrodt, George, Brandywine, W.
Va.
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TeQt How to Stop a 1
I Bad Cough |
prtp?rrd and ceeta Utile.
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It you ilve at severe couch or chest
old accompanied with soreness, throat
aclrle, hoarseness, or difficnlt breathing,
>r if your child wakes up during the
light with croup and yon want quick
ielp, try this reliable old home made
sough remedy. Any druggist can supjly
you with 2Yj- ounces of Pinex.
Pour this into a pint bottle and fill
the bottle with plain granulated sugar
jyrup. Or you can use clarified
molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead
of sugar syrup, if desired. This
recipe makes a pint of really remarkable
cough, remedy. It tastes good, and in
spite of its low cost, it can be depended
upon to give quick and lasting relief.
Ton can feel this take hold of a cough
En a way that means .business. It loos
ens and raises the pmegm, stops iiwni.
tickle and soothes and heals the irritated
membranes that line the threat and bronchial
tubes with such promptaew, ?ase i
and certainty that it is really astonishing.
j
Pinex is a special and highly concentrated
compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, and is probably the best known
means of overcoming severe coughs,
throat and chest colds.
There are many worthless imitations of
this mixture. To avoid disappointment,
ask for "2h~ ounces of Pinex with full
directions and don't accept anything else.
Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction
or money promptly refunded. The Pinex
Co., Ft. Waynev Ind.
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wounded sererely. 31; wounded (decree
undetermined), 136; -wounded
silghtlyv 185; mlmdng In motion. 120.
Total. 933.
Wert "Virginians mentioned in the
morning list are:
Billed In action?Pvt. Raleigh Duty,
DOCTORS URGE
PEOPLE TO USE
MORE IRON AND
PHOSPHATES
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Phoephated Iron.
Lead in r doctors an over the conntry
are rapidly learning that one of
the preparations they can always
aepend on for all Mood and nerve
trouble# Is Phosnhatpd Iron, they
have found that It elves results and
can bp depended upon.
Pbosphated Iron has proved a real
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good food and cloned poisoned
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over-worked men. nervous women,
bloodless old people and pale children.
were the benefits of Phosphated
Iron more widely knows.
There la no need of anyone going
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edge, suffering with poor blood and
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Get Phosphated Iron today and
start In right, you owe it to your-;
self and friends to make Just this
one effort to regain health, strength
And happiness.
To Insure physicians and their
patients getting the genuine Phosphated
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Do not take pills or tablets. Insist
on capsules.
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U-19-3t-4735
WANTED?ez onoe. Blacksmiths tor :
general repair work and horseshoeing.
Address G. W. Martin. Worthington.
W. Va. 4726
WANTED?Porter; try cook and dishwasher.
Call at B. & O. Restaurant,
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MEM WANTED?Mechanical workers,
machine operators and general
work. Helmick Foundry Machine Co-, '
Sth street and Belt Line, Fairmont, W.
Va . 9-28-^4495
WANTED?Young man from 15 to 20
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