The Charlotte News Sept 10, 1918
estima-J $6,676,-000,000. $13,314,000,-000, The following casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 75 Missing in action 113 Wounded severely ...! .. .. 246 Died of wounds .. .". . 21 Died from aeroplane accident 2 Wounded, degree undetermined.. 35 Died of disease 3 Prisoner 1 Total .. 496 Wounded Severely. Sergeants: Earlie S. Franklin, John Franklin, Wesser, W. Car. Privates : Lewis B. Deisher, John L. Deisher, Eagle Rock, Va.; Drewie D- Duncan, George W. Duncan, Anderson, S. Car. Missing in Action. Corporals: Clannie W. Smith, Edward G. Smith, R. F. D. 1, Etowah, N. C. Privates: Henry Arnold, P. E. Batle, R. F. D. 1, Louise, Va.; James Bradshaw, Ciaude G. Raiford, R. F. O. 2, Box 44, Zuni, Va.; George N. Hodge, Mrs. Mar-' tha HocUe, Williamsville, Va.; Andrew Pierce Manning, Mrs. Ella May Hutch-eson, Bassetts, Va.; John D. Rash, Mrs. Emma L. Rash, 96 1-2 Haywood St., Asheville, N. C.