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sine casualties are report
"iiiiiiiiiuTIiil general of the
Raped itlonary Forces:
Retmn. aOS: died of -wounds.
Raccldent and ether causes.
Rdlsesse. 32; -wounded se votmded
(degree ondeterR;
wounded slightly, 732;
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Riryne, Jr. Richmond, Vs. ^
Kj'x1 CS*
Rfes. Boron. (Jrbana, m.
Rnlel Morris, Brooklyn, X.
Bjcienhall, Greenville, Ohio.
Kfge Fkanklin, Jackson,
ink S., Chrisney, Ind.
Rcri S, Fulton, N. Y.
f? Kokomo. Ind.
Rredith Lt,' Halethorpe, Md
B r. Mew York. N." Y.
I Kk**? ^"* ?orsehea^s* ^*
fi^^/aalttr S-. Mount Joy, Pa..
^^B^fe*n?~:j?stlY Tn Wilton, Conneautvllle,
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11 MlcLael F.. De Grand. Mont,
t Claience R-. Point Pleasant,
Thomas, Torward, Freesrsld*
Alezande , Vo ynn? Rus
Ardey E? Tallapoosa, Ga.
baoya, George- js., wuawooa a. j.
^^mbartqVincentt). Italy.
tygotoM., Kfllarney. Ireland..
Harry J- Norway.
grtoaky. Tleny, Philadelphia, Pa.
n, Willapi, Wasa, Finland.
ton^Sfeodpre C^Inwood. Iowa.
pSSulC. lister, Washington Court
MSKftTif iPEay X Warren. Eagle Pass,
BSSinu IjOgla Carmel, Brldgewater,
Bfce^j&llaii Darlns. YpslIanU, Mich.
BBpimnt*-Pfiul
mjon. John C? Ware ester, Mass.
gnijltlifcr; Peter. Scran ton. Pa.
JDrahye^ wmiam Wendell. Newark, N.
Englewood, jj. J.
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' .'-y .- r-":.-''w^ ' B Stotler,
John H. H. B S to tier, 900
Chicago Street, Fairmont, W. Va.
Williams, Klase. Sirs. Elizabeth JzWilliam*,
Hilltop, W. Va.
WI throw, Foza A- Amos D- Wlthrow,
Marvel, W. Va.
James T. Joe Hatfield, Big
Greelc, W. Va. "
Pigott, Amos E. Mrs. Camilla J. Ferrebee.
Central Statolon. "W. Va.
Wilson, Allan R. Mrs. Sarah V. Wilson,
general delivery. Wheeling, W.
Va.
Beers. William B. t George Beers,
store No. 2, Herndon, W. Va.
Barnett. John C. Mrs. Mary E- Wilson.
Frametown, W. Va.
Qneen, Homer E. O'Jennings Queen,
R. F. D.. 3, box 21A, Grafton, W. Va.
Ferriss, Bernando. Antonio Ferriss,
408 Werringer Street, Clarksburg,
W. Va.
Jewell, Brooks. Mrs. Sidney K. Jewell.
Bradshav, W. Va.
Newbouse, Thomas S Mrs Sarah Bell
Newhoime, Romney, W Va
Brane, ErerettMra. Nettie Bennett,
Selbysville. WT Va.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined.)
privates?
Sweitzer Milton. Katherine Sweitzer,
box 94. Sabarton. W. Va.
Huff. Randall R. William D. Huff.
Craigs villi, Nichols County, W. Va. 1
Wounded Slightly.
Privates?
Goldsmith, Alva E. George D. Gold,
smith. RIcIiwood, W. Va.
White, Walter L. Mrs. Cora E. White.
Oakvale, W. Va.
Rousb, Russell. Louis W. Roush, R.
F. D. 1, Let art. W. Va. 1
Smith. Leoaldas G. John M. Smith, j
Willowtown. W. Va. <
Davidson, Key H. Mrs. Nannie E. Da- 1
vidson. Martha. W. Va. j
Ball. Clsience E. Samuel B. Ball. 1
Moatsville. W. Va.
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MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES. 1
Killed In Action.
Corporal?
Miollta. Fred L.. Buffalo, N. V. 1
Private?
Eckerlen. Ernest T? Salem. Ores.
D.'ed cf Wounds. t
Sergeant? ' i
Van Dueson, Robert R., Vineland, N. i
J. ]
Corporal? :
Reister. Benjamin F. Auburn. N. V. <
Privates? ' t
Davis. Walter L. Munda. Tex. i
Dutcher. Allan V. R-. Arlington N. J. i
Fttlwiler John L.. Spokane. Wash. i
Hoopes. Barlow R. F.. Rupert. Idaho. :
Jones Lyle B.. Cincinnati. Ohio. i
Keyes Clarence L.. Auburn. Wash. i
Sitidmore. Herbert. Harlan, Ky. 1
THE MORNING LIST.
The casualty list printed in the
newspapers of this morning shotted:
Killed in acticn 134; died of wounds.
49; died of acident and other causes.
7: died of airplane acident. 1; died of
disease, l?fi: wounded severely. 1.122;
wounded, (degree undetermined) 229;
wounded slightly. 507; missing in action..
200; trial. 2.375.
West Virrinians mentioned in the
morning list are:
Killed in action?Mechanic Mike V.
Saner Moundsville; Carley R. Hawkins.
Mannington.
Died of dbease?Pvt. Leo T. Ruth.
ParkorsburfT.
Wounded severely?Lt. Henry Walter
Ruhl. Claiksburg: Corn. George H.
Farrand. London: Pvts., Harness McKinley.
Westfall. Roigh Run: Thos.
W. Cavender. Charleston: Theodore
Michaels,-in. Tlaw: Thomas Meade, j
Cliattaroy: George E. Rambo. Maxwellton:
William E. Sargent. Spencer:
Ira Sa.nulding. Drybranch.
Wounded, degree undetermined?
Sergt. Edward F. Kullman. Wheeling:
Corp. William V. Moore. Clarksburg.
Wounded slightly?Corp. Hazel C.
Boyd. Ronseverte; Pvts. Robert A.
Anderson. Shirley; Olinto Scarsella.
Mason town.
Missing in action?Pvt. John Lohaneck.
Morgan town.
RACKING MLDS,
HACKING COUGHS.
Quickly relieved by Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honev.
When you once try this highly efficient
remedy you will realize that at
last you have found a reliable corrective
for colds, coughs, grippe, asthma,
bronchitis.' \
The soothing, healing balsams
promptly relieve irritation, breathing
becomes easier, phlegm loosens, feverish
Cashes die down.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey Is very
economical?it takes little to produce
gratifying results. Druggists everywhere,
30c, 60c. and $1.20.
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DEATH CF EDITH SMALLWOOD.
Edith Siuallwood, aged 22 years,
nt Mrs, and Mrs. Robert
Smallwood. of Grafton, died Monday
morning at 9 o'clock at "Wheeling. Miss
Smallwood was a stenographer and
was employed in Wheeling when taken
111 with influenza, which caused her
ieath. Miss Smallwood,'s father Is a
conductor on the B. an-i O. passenger
train from Grafton to Wheeling, and
is widely known in railroad circles. A
sister of the diseased is now in Pittsburgh
hospital, recovering from a surgical
operation,..and her only brother
is in a U. S. training camp in Texas-.
Mrs. Smallwood, mother of the deceased.
is a sister of Mrs. E. R. Louden of
Front street, who went to the bereaved
home at C-rafton last evening. The
body will be taken to Grafton this
evening cn the 5 o'clock train.
James Kennedy, who returned to
his country last week from England
where he had been with an aero squadron,
arrived in this city Sunday night.
Kennedy sailed last March with the
24th .aero squadron, and was taken ill
>n board the ship with a serious affec- J
Jon of the ear from which he was in
a. hospital in England for several
weeks, his squadron meanwhile passng
on to France and entering active
service. After his recovery Kennedy
was placed on duty in England but
lever reached France. He is in excelent
health now.
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Fairmont Transfer Co. I
Phone 517.
All kinds of hauling. Household
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324 Jefferson S^.
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for business that we maintain regular, orderly service.
Thousands came Saturday to improve the rainy day wot * bad ?|
idea; but we have no hurry suggestions to makeTHE
STORE IS SPLENDIDLY READY?CCME WHEN CONVENIENT Hi
A Sale of Silks, Crepe-deChines
and Georgete Waisnj
Timely launched in the midst of the Holiday Season, whether JmoH
yourself or for gifts yon will be delighted to choose trom this selectta^H
ind to profit by the ideas and trimming touches that always ' "j
worthy grades. Two lots include more than tea delightful kinds. .CTj
Group 1?$4-50 Values Group 2?$6.50 Valae$'' ^^^l
These include winsome blouses.
I with round an sailor collars. V, Flesh white aal rich suit shades'
Square and Hound Necks; em
broidered fronts and charming majorit} of these show elabo-. m .jj||
pleated effects in white and flesh designs wrought in silk,
OUR MESi'S FURNISHING SECTION I
IS WONDERFULLY EQUIPPED
To take car? of all requirements to the very best advantage of the "m
purchased. Some of the noteworthy lots are cited here with par- KVSsj
ticular regard for gift buyers. - I Ig|
$3.50 Value, Madras Neg> Outing: Flannel Pajamas, 1
ligree Shirts, $2.50 ^
Fine quality, la colored striped Jb.iyO
patterns, -of. cu s. Best quality A-tnoskeg Outing M If
$6.50 Value Fibre Silk Flannel, colored stripes, military IJ ; j?9
Shirts, $4.95 "?"nrs and silktross- i , M
Beautiful Colored Stripes on .
white Jacquard grounds. French .Blanket Bat it JtvOOeS, I |
I Silk Reefer Scarfs, $3.95 to $7.50
<51 or <_ <50 qq Genuine Beacon Blankets fancy SKI
vA- <'J to ??o.I7o match large collar pockets and ?
la all wanted color combina- stripes and figures, borders to Uli
tions. Pretty borders and long rope girdle.
band-tied silk fringe. Lisle web Suspenders, 35c amcf*' 3
5Cc.
Silk Four-in-Hands, $1.00 raris Garters, 25c.
Brocades, self and fancy figures, . ?a.Te _i*fnen 'aItia* Handier- large
scarfs with slide easy bands. ^
Black or grey-Ilaed Jersey Dress - :$%
50c Silk Lisle Half Hose, GIS!f' ;=,?air- . .
' Fine quality dressed or undress- ma
oDC. ed Kid Mocho or Cape Gldves, m- 3
Lustrous black, navy blue, grey jined. Silk-lined or warm fleecie ? ; m ?
white, champagne and tan. Seam- lined. ? ^ H
less double heels and toes, 3 pairs ?, ~ . ffo M
for $1.00. $l.do to $3.00 pair
Leather Memo Ring Books J Jgm
With the Name of the Recipient Stamped in Gold It- ~pM
Make acceptable* Xmas Gifts for men especially
the busy business man who bas
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numerous notes lo jui uunu uut
Memo Books,' 60c up; Stamping50c.
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