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i CoBovring casualties are report-.
tidfry the commanding general of the!
Tii*T>#dW*marv FOrCCS:
[email protected]||pilHed in action. 83; died of woondf, j
?; sllcd ot accident and other causes, I
CH; died la aeroplane accident, 3; I
edfof. disease, 20s; wotmued severe- j
SsspiS lyr-fSZ; wounded (degree undeter- j
r^ind). : 576; wounded sllgntly, 348; I
; r js&cfac'in actios, 141. Total. 2,140.
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Ss NEWlrinaon, Howard E-, Syracuse, N.
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^fe^l^bJBawwaader. Victor H-. Joncsville, lad.
Frederick, Holyokc,
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East Joplin, Mo.
Igi Slight, Raymond, Fairview, W. Va. i
SI??? : jMckersoa, Paul, Monette, Ark.
... Jones. Otis L, Warrenton. Mo.
?? *? /Liepe^. XxjuIs Emmons, Molino. Mo. I
v Luedtke, Edward W. J., Milwaukee..
Peoetl, Delmar. McConnellsvile. Ohio :
7 ; Porter. Edward M-_ Salisbury. Md. j
Jtobare. Albert J.. Chary. N. Y. ;
Jthtetson. Clay M.. Dayton, Ohio.
; ' T-Moeu'. Neil II.. South Stillwater, Minn
.^3Vr!c!ns. Carl W? uatlantl. Vt.
.'Terry. Fred Lewis. Denver. Col.
v-: ' 3*o0!e. William ,\(?ti?"boro. N. C.
'J'i J-arclieHa. Aogmrt. t hii-ago Heights ;
'77 fiebamacher. Frc:i\\ Canmetville. Wis :
Stable, Tony. Cross L.:ke. Mich.
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^HKp^:a ''?- Taylor. Kalpli A.. Kast Orange. N. J
-.'' 'T^tjftnicm AVill-tui, Sharon. i'a.
".vioii. Joarpli. f-Iyjiluvit. I'a.
'^\seirs, Ko;iai|.| ,j.. h.-rirttni. I'a. ' ,
&?%? Uirtirtas. Ceotg'. ?. an n;t. \v Va. ?;
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' Botae. Fred. Bu?a >. s. Y. J
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*'*3V Harry >r< . Aid
I James. Ringgold. Tex. :
."-^Aen, Harold, i'onkerv. I-.. ?. ;
' Cohen. Harry M? New l^e.iTu nl. Mrs- ;
:.-i Coeby. Sidney ft. \ mage .i>~ . /> j
psmaenbring. i : t .. trewn. io?t- I
v-0' -.Forrest, Cbr. ' vce ier^Uuig. i. I
'Hanson. lisps gg'.*:itim. Minn j!
H<W. He K.. . ..ckion. Mont.
J.*/Sodgios, ?tanit. t.? To e;!!?, Ohio '
i\ .: ifaaU)n. Oamed hi.. t o. .t. Me. i
l^vvSWjfc-Homer J? lit.se b. ;, til. j{
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StS 4. McJiicer. Horsey. 011. lit. !
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' - Msth^uioo, Claud* Sibley. Mich. ]
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' . Ty" "V -v, . . .Oied from Wounds.
Altyn.' Arthur E? Jr.. Hastings, N'eb.
. YojungdaW, Osksr K.\ Red Wing, Minn :
H Basst tjrbaae F.. Fredericksburg. Va ;
- * Kelly. Kelson Charles. Detroit. Mieb. <
.vs'sBjS&jB&maii. Brenham, Texas,
odera,; Edward F... Brenham, Texas.
^ * i Hall, Dayton. O.
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pjl^li'toTtee A., ocean Grove. K. J.
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Bold t. Charles H., Golden, N. T.
Brizi. Hicolo. Milwaukee. Wis.
Brows, Chessar W? Faragonld, Ark.
Flanagan, Patrick. Jersey City, N. J.
Fey. Albert W? College Point. X. Y
Cover. Agrippa H.. Menomonle, Wis. /:
Heidesreicb. William J., Rockford.
Iowa. j
Henderson, Oral T., Cottonwood, Ariz, jj
Kosilne, Peter B-, Syracuse. N. Y. j j
Lombard, Vincent, Brooklyn, Jf. Y. } <
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KBBtrdb. George H_, St.,Louis. Mo.
Bergherr. Henry A, Staple ton. Staten
Island. N. T.
Sett, Andrew. GoIAsboro. X. C.
Blnkley, William M? Nashville. Tens.
3 latch lea. Frank A., Rhinelander. Wis.
Bollinger. Albert V, Greens bars. Pa. j
Boone, Homer A, Seabord, N. C.
Booth, John Preston. Allen. S. C.
Bosseck. Loaine. La Fontalno, Hans.
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ASK8 YOUR HELP. ?
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CieaHcki. TFacIaw Eric, fii ^
Clark. Sambel 3CIuaster, P*. De
Carnis. William. New York. N. Y.
Dikel. Herman, Bristol, Conn.
Dorrees. Geroge. Brooklyn. NT. Y.
En right. Michael D-. Rankin, Pa.
Falls. Victor O. Payette, Ala.
Gates. Millard M. Hills bo ro. Ore.
Green. Ray It, Globe, Ariz.
Hagerty, Maynard F.. Coming. N. Y j
Hall, Ebert. Logan. EL
Harrison, Clarence R-. Sharps trarg. Pa.j
Hastings. Eddie. Centerville. "Mies. ;
Helgerson. Harold Benjamin, Brook-j
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Businei
JSI6 .....-initiation in the upper ilor
anticipate the needs of the comrnumt
the Monongahela Valley Traction U
company of business men felt that
vthere it Deeded as electric service,
thought would be sufficient for some
large then, there were two 15KW 11
*-.y a single 75 H.P. steam engine. In
to meet the demands, so another boil
45 K\V 110 volt generators were pi
bought. Two years later still another
ing three, and an altcrating current 6
inghouse machine added. The city nc
3ud the demands for street lighting ra
pere machine. By this time the possi
success of electricity as a light and
company that they were ready to mi
they then erected a mammoth plant a
Again additional equipment was addei
A year later, advance symptoms
Acre evident to those interested in
ilapt was re-constructed to admit ol
egan to move faster and faster, and i
ip with Clarksburg by electric line,
started, and additional equipment agai
completed and running to Alonongali.
were added making ? total of six. in 1
.va3 completed, and the power plant a
>vas the best plant that money could
Cor the needs of the companyfor years
L906 the first street car ran betweet
years later the Manningtoa line was
Palrview line was put into service. 'I
come to be a large consumer of elccti
jiant was taxed to over-capacity. Til
lieve the situation, decided to build i
tluichinson plant was erected. The lo
the Coal Company plant and the Tract
of additional equipment was again fc:
1915 witnessed the addition of 3 125
plant, and the plant at Jayennee wai
that these additions were too small to
ruands of the territory, and an additloc
plant, giving it a capacity of approxi
' 1 <? nmwPSS for
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was forcing every coal development.
trtcity for mining purposes received
that the production of sufficient quani
The Monongaliela Valley Traction cc
the proposition ot electricity frcm a
consumption. A keen industrial snrvi
era West Virgiuia was maue up, and I
a plant that would be ample for all
A 50.000 K\V Steam turbine pi
ideal size plant, and Jtivcsvilie was
$2,000,000 were appropriated for ill
commenced. Difficulty in getting the
cf labor, and the delay in getting the
vide some Kind of a makeshift to brl
Kivesviile plant which was suppose
Hence 2,000 KW additions were ma<
Hutchinson an adition&l unit was ins
approximately 13.000 KW.
Seme idea of the size of the com]
consider that there are 1,000 peop'^ i
of $4,000,000 annually. It 1
miles are interurban and 5? miles a
the Parkersburg lines they }xaul ann
are their activities confined to powe
side, tliey have a little gasoline reflnli
like 1,2000 gallons of gasoline daily,
approximately 1,200 acres, and Is pn
cwns the natural gas franchise for
100 producing wells and serves betw<
There need be no prophesy conci
tion company. It's past ought to inc
every normal seed ot the community
activities only as it increases it's cap)
it. Through the foresight of it's off
largest factor making lor ue
-fully said that It ia just entering upo
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j T innrtgraf. Lools F_ Sheboygan. Wis.
Larson. Lawrence E. Spanish Fork. '
Utah. :
Levy. Leo. Brooklyn, X. V. J >
Lebwald, Herman E.. Milwaukee. Wis. j ?
Lewis. Harry, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Loring. David A., Wellsville. X. Y. j
Lntz. Clarence W. Lancaster. Ohio. j I
Marl of. Boberx L, Sheridan Lake. Col. j
Meade. George B_ Wilkes-Barre. Pa. ; ?
Xave. Anil. Molice. 1U. ~
Xieberding. George W? Zent. Ark. ! F
CXeill. Patrick E-, Great Kalis. Mont. {
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longahela Valley lias L'_ <: n ijuicker to >
y and get ready to meet them than 2
impsny. In 1890. -S yearn ago. a J
Fairmont bad grown to the place 2
and tbey put in a plant that tliey *
: years to come. The plant looked J
10 diiect current generators, driven ;2
three years, the plaut was too small 2
er was added to the plant and two ; j
it in the place ot iliose originally [ J
150 H. 1'. boiler was installed raak- [ 2
0 K\V single phase 1100 volt West- j 2
>w nad a population of about 2.U00. I J
ade it necessary to install a 9.S am- i ^
bilities of Fairmont and the assured ' 2
power agent bad so impressed the , j
ike still greater improvements. au l j j
t Fifth street and Virginia Avenue, j 2
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of the need of a street car system '2
Fairmont and electricity, and the 'S
the running of street cars. Things ' 5
now there was a demand to connect 2
So in 1002 the project was actually 2
n acaeu. id iwo years ue uuc ^
and three more 150 H. P. boilers ^
005 and 1006 the line to Clarksburg ?
t Jayene was built. At that time It
buy. and was thought to be ample ^
to come. On Monday December 31. <J
i Fairmont and Clarksburg. Three
in operation and in May 1911 the '!
'he Consolidation Coal Company hau i!?
iclty by tliis time, and the Jayenne < I
e Consolidation Coal, in order to re- ^
i plant ol it's own. so in 1911. the
aa naturally kept increasing on both ?
ion company plant, and the question ^
ccd upon them. The year 1914 and *
0 K\V genfTators at the Hutchinson j;
s snut down. It was soon apparent J >
take care of the rapidly growing de- J?
ial unit was added to tho Hutchinson ;-3;
mately 10,000 K\V. !?;
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two years now. and the call for coal j;
1 the maximum production, and elec-^ J J
a wonderful boost with the result
tity again became a serious question. <;
impany naturally began to consider j j |
broader standpoint tban just local
:y of the possible needs of all North- !
the company decided to build at once j ~
these needs.
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ant was decided upon as >uS ^
picked as the most suitaols place. 2
e plant and work was immediately $
plant erected, owing to tlie scarcity ; ?
machinery made it necessary to pro- |5
dge over un'.il the completion of tlie j
d to he done by January 1. 1319. j _
lie to the Jayenne plant and at the | tailed
giving that plant a capacity 'of j v
pany may be gained when we stop to >
in it's payroll, and it does a business 5
.78.60 miles of railway, of which 126 ' ?
re city lines. Since the purchase ot 2
ually about 15,000.000 people. Mot ; S
r, light and transportation. On the j 2
ig station which turns out something : ?
The Jl. V. T. owns Pittsburgh coal. ! 5
ttisg out about 1.000 tons dally. It I ?
the city ot Fairmont and owns over
sen 5.00 ana 6.00 consumers. srnlng
the Monongahela Valley Trac- ^
lic&te that It will ho" well in xront ox j
it serves, and that it will spread it's '; \
icity to meet the demands made upon J!
leers and directors it has become tbe J |
ol Fairmont, and it might be truth- ?;
a its era ol usefulness. ; |
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Scbaffer. Gsorp "W, Plttsfleld. Man
Strong. Robert C. .Tarbnon. Miss."
5 wanson. John. Great* Fails. Mont,
rotes. Joseph Sacred Heart. Mtan.
Vycn. Robert G., Michigan City. Miss.
Died of Disease.
Mechanic?
ajek. Paul. Ben wood. W. Va. t Privates?
frown, Edward L., Green Springs. W.
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serve the public, within the limits
Justly than ever before.
Sickerson Baitdii
4th St. and Virginia Ave.
PURITY
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Fairmont Grain
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