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m o r n Ins trouble from f - i n g of t h e are In out todav p a t e d t h a t of t o d h r o u s h Pf»- i f - h e d u l e m**t t h * f a m e o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o First Macon County Men Called to Colors o o o t o r y*sierd;r eh»''k t * ot p i t a l fee* f l i ' * of *n of war for t h e r I V n r l . i a i y on tor \V:i- a l v ; u - a f i c u i , | I^MMI m ; \v.:.- j t the \V;il :i.-'n | I c o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o of t M «n t h » n t n B . Tit* f T i n . r k ^ f* ai^'i Names of the first Macon county men ordered to report for examination at 9 o'clock next Thursday morning were announced announced Saturday as follows: MACON COUNTY LIST. Serial Number Name Order of Draft 258--Michael Mengel, 1720 E. Johns avenue 1 458--Harry C. Stoddard, R. F. D. No. 9 2 I486--Harold L. Sunderland, Blue Mound 3 854--Ira L. Purdeu, Decatur 4 1095--Jesse J. Ater, Macon fi l455_Carl E. Bean, Blue Mound 6 783--Elmer Spitzer. Warrensburg 7 1752--Cecil Evey. Oreana 8 1117--John Franklin Thompson, Macon 9 1572--Elmo S. Giles, Macon 10 L748--Herschel J.,ee Wright, Argenta 11 837--Richard H. Kretzer, Warrensburg 12 337--.Fames M. Pryor, 33(5 East Lincoln Ave 13 fi76_C| ar ence Bitter. R. F, D. No, 4, box 77, Decatur 14 275--Charles Burkey, 2320 E. Prairie 15 509--.lames Clarence Burns, Cisco 16 1185--Walter W. Fothauer, Lake City 17 564--Ira Withers. Maroa 18 945--Charles Roy Tohill, R. F. D. 1, Casner · . . . 19 =,96_,James William Winings. Argenta 20 12«7--Norman B. Sattley. Niantic 21 536--Elmer Ben Stogfdille. Maroa 22 1495--Frederick A. Ervin, Blue Mound 23 548--Charles Marsh. Cisco 24 126--Noel Paul 'Hudson, R. F. D. 9, Decatur 25 1679--Homer Gabbart Floyd, R. F. D. 6 Decatur 26 1237--William Alva Sponsler. Niantic 27 784--George R. Jackson, Warrensburg 28 1732--Herbert Dempsey Pcnhvell. R. R. 2, Argenta 29 755--James F. Fornwalt, Forsyth 30 107--Roy V. Halslcnd. 1230 W. Green Street, Decatur 31 1546---John Bumgardnor, Macon 32 15G3--J. F. Leonard, Macon 33 1369--John Krall, H. F. D. 2, Cerro Gordo 34 616--Cecil Andrew Wilson, Argenta 35 373--Roy R. Buchanan, R. F. D. 2, Kenney 36 1676--Harrison Benjamin Camdcm, R: F. D. 6, Decatur 37 !2G3--Arthur Batdielder, Niantic ., 38 775--Joseph A. Gc.ed, R. F. D. 1. Pecatur 39 4P6--Grover E, Summers, Boodv 40 »592--Port Mu'-sp!-, R. F. D. 2. Decitur 41 GlO_..T»ovnv-« v-.-r!-r Wr"-prf \Voldon 42 810--Willard H. Robbins, Harrislown 43 i",:;D--Mil,) ;;. Burger, Tihicon 44 1682--Ralph Dickson Price, R. F. D. 4, Decntur 45 507--Chris Trtimmpl. Argenta 46 309--«"'hf!r!ps l\lv,-"- 7' M R"-i'i, fi^^d Street. Decatur .. 47 437--Charles L. Sadler, R. F, D. 4, Decatur 48 1S24--William Frederick England. R. F. D. 1, Cerro Gordo . . 49 60'!--John Hall. Mai-oa 50 \Vel1s- lii t h * I pl*:id,"l | or | t n k " i i a r t i - j « * « . l!ich:ipl i l e a t h e r l a r c e n y j r o b a t i o n | n p!«-ii'1*i| and *ECOT ril-'TV. · T t a r r v 15. M o r i ' s . 1""T ( " i i i l i , k n v e t i i i * . ncc.itur --Tr*r1 M-.rl*l*. 15 I" IV Niv «, PC,-.11 u r - r;-,i .1 Jl'.lbhlc, M a n t i . ' . . 1',-i'iv: 1',-i'iv: W a l t e r s , f!. K. r , f i e c a t i i r -- A r t l i ' i r ( " o t t o n . l . o n r iTcck - · i " i r v | l « r. I'mi. Fi F, I'.. K « n n * v -·lI'Mnei' A riinmh. lnn,« -- i " i i s K . f ' l a r k . I ' J I S I I T -- W i l l i s l i o d s e r s . A r a c n t i i i--i 'lurks K N o l n n d , Poody i - O t i o K ; i r l \'»r..-li. O - i k l ^ y i-- f j r o t c , " A . A i i ^ i l n . M n l n H i i ' l ^ ^ · l h l ; M l ,i\'*nuo, p * f a t u r , -- r S n l i c r t P, I.'-inc. II. T I' 1 .. M a r o a .-.lohn H u f f n v i t i . Jr.. M.'iroa , - - K a r l V a v h e r r v . R . F . I 1 . . O r e a n a -- i:iv:i N l.*iirh. R. F P. r * r r n f i o n l o , --rtoy B*ll M i l l . R. F. l ' i . PecBtW '--.lohn H o l l l i o l s t . H n o d v THIRD nrry. 75--Earl L. Donaldson. 904 W. Hunt.'Decatur 772--Frank J. Sehlene. Fornythe 14Sf,_Oi'vllIe R. Allen, Blue Mound .· 721--Otto Wendell Stempson, R. F. D., Decatur · 1419--William E. Slanger, Blue Mound 7SS--Elmer Relmlg. Warrensburg 1543--,!os*ph Koch, Dudley, Mo 1 4 7 6 -- F r a n k nels. Blue Mound 2X0--Carl W. McKenzle, 17S8 B. Decatur r.!2--Earnest J. Loftus, Niantic 1)72--James H. Brlcker, Maroa OSS--George G. Uenhart. Maroa. · · · · 757_riarencf E Orr. Forsyth* OfiB--nBorge II. Brlcker. Maroa j.c,s_Cecll n. Schutu. Warrensburg · 332--Charles .Helbllng. 132 E. Garrison, Decatur 37!--Roy O. B e n n e t t , R. F. D., Maroa ·· ir,«0--Frank C. Punkel. Macon r.42--Roy Glslnjter, Argenta. Iti4--Homer Knotts, 2225 K, Kangamon, Decatur *74_George S. Peters. R. F. D., Oakley · ss;_l«.n 3 e Herbert K a u f m a n . Argenta : .. i s n n -- G e o r g e A. n i n c m n n , N i a n t i c .., 1B73--Georee M. Smeltzer, R. F. D.. Decatur ^9S_V r .lm«r R. Mnssey, i s i n E. Vanderhoof avenue, Deoatur . « 7 S -- U a r r o l d Smeltie'r. R. F. D-. Harrlstown 12!4_Chnrlcs M i c h a e l E r w i n , N l a n t l o j 1 4 ^ -- \ V a l t e r w. Hoaean, Mt. 5!lon · 1A47--nthel Farl .Tacohf, R. F. P.. Macon i n r , 4 _ n « l r h C. Hull, R. F, P., Orro Gordo : i 4 S -- R a l p h A. W o r k m a n . 3H7 S. W» t*r I R I l t -- l o h n W. J a c k s o n , Macon H R 2 -- T a m e s O. WekofT, Maron Tfi 1 ,--Harvey C. Weaver, R. F. D.. D e c a t u r 1 5 - -- t S a l p h ' T a n p r n e y . f d l H a r r i s o n avenue 1)1)5--Melvln M. S t i u r t . Cerro dordo ;ia;i--Virpil Vest, R. F D., Mt. Zton I ' i S I -- W i l l i a m O. Bramel, Mt. A u b u r n ·' .....: t j s s -- T i o y T. Moore, N i a n t i c 432--rh.irleg B. H i l l , R. P. R, Decatur 3S5--.Henry M. H a r d y . R. F. D., Maroa. r,sn--Charles E. K a u f m a n . A r g e n t a «0fl--Ross Beck, H a r r i s t o w n H 1 4 -- E r v l l R a y R k l x s , D a l i o n C i t y [ · 1 4 7 0 -- V l r s l l F. I.ee. B l u e M o u n d '. r,4:,--Hlrum F'nsli. R. F. P.. H a r r l s t o w n 21S--Joseph L. H a r t , 2.139 K. K l d n r i d o « j ; o -- o t t o Parr A r g e n t a 1SS-I -- H o m e r A M a r q u i s . O a k l e y r,;.n--Henry P. W e s t e r m a n . A r g e n t a 1011--Forest. G, Wise. M a c n n f74--Jesse !?. Lone, A r g e n t a 8 7 -- r i a r e n c e n. B r a d s h a w . 2 4 2 4 N. Or.ictland 1.152--Lewis I". L a n c a s t e r . I l l u e Mound 1727--rjlene M u n i e t t , R. F. D.. A r g e n t a m i -- f r e f l T l i o n i a p , M a r o a 157D-.Jesse R. Rigsby, Ma'-on 7 7 0 -- F l n l e y S, I i a v l s . R. F. D,. Decatur H\2--,lohn A. l i e l l . O n s n n r « 7 7 -- C h a r l e s E. l.eonaril. R. F. D.. H a r r l s t o w n 74(1 -- H o w a r d E. .Tone?, n. F. !., W a r r e n s b u r * I r 0 9 -- R o b e r t R . M c f l u r e . l?,luc Mound 1211--Gramer R. Ponds. Mt. Zlon ft.'S--Homer K. Piers:. A r p e n t a 1417--Ira E. Myt-r, Hlne M o u n d |.%74 -- P a n H i l d e r n n r l , M a c o n 7110--I'luy \V. l ' " i r w n l t , F o r s y t h e U.I---George V K.-an.«, R. F. P., D e c a t u r M i -- A r t h u r W. Uynns. R. F. P.. Pccatur 1 _ T i -- R o b e r t J . Po\vn«, N i a n t i c CITY OF DECATUR T o r e p o r t f o r p h y s i c a l e x a m i n a t i o n in room I T , t h i r d f l o o r court house. T h u r s d a y . A u g . 2, 1 0 1 7 , at 9 o'clock a. in. fJerl.il Order No. N a m e - - No. L T . S - l l a l p h J. M e O l u r e 1 2."----George \V. W a l l a c e 2 4 R S _ - W M ! i i i m E. K n o d l * . . . . : ·' 14:ni--Hen G u y t o n 4 2f,J1--Thnnvis IV ?ran]on '^ S , r , 4 -- M a n u e l N e w b e r f f e r ii I S i i l -- A l b e r t A. P o r k e r ! " 1 ,i7*-~ojcnr ''. K n o t t y I):",7--Hnlph £ l i i - i i l i n i n l o o r , R o b e r t r . O l l p h a n t . . . ^o-, l 2--Otto r'. I-'. P e n n e k . . . . H:,J -- F r a n k P. M u l e a d y . . . , 7S.1--Jolin I I Power!" 1SII1 -- H o m e r I'. I V r s n n e i t . . ; 7 S 7 -- J a m e s O T a n k * r s l e y . 1S':,S--Henry A. H r o w n :-;!H9--Robert I I S e e l e y . . . . I 7 S 2 -- G e o r u * . Hess 101 102 103 104 to: io« 107 10$ 1M 11U 111 112 us 114 115 m in its no 12' III 12J K'3 121 1J7 12S 12. ISO 131 is: m 1.14 !3 r i 136 uf m 1M 140 141 14'i 143' 144 nr 14! 147 14* 151 i:.: 1 3.) 151 IBS mi 157 15« 15) 16-i . 161 1«2 1«.1 1C4 . . 9 . , l f t . . I I . .12 . . 1" . .14 Y. M. C. A. Will Use During the Next Week. DUERR MAKES OFFER Invites AllEnlUted Men Learn Manly Art. ort as car Inspector, and nd Tingley were in th e depot talking. talking. When the train arrived bout 10 o'clock, It being a oung Tlngley loaded the mall he train for Neaves. NEAVES CALLED DOCTOR. Later in the night, and e shortly before 11 o'clock. ame into the C. and E. I. nd asked the night operator doctor, that h e thought *, man bout to die over on the ral platform A doctor was ut before he got etarted they Im and told him not to was not needed. It is claimed t wan young Tingley who nd that Neaves finally got y kicking him and that he {eaves had a racket at that othlng more was seen ot hem as far as Is known u n he shota were heard and later iody of young Tingley found. HACKER HUNTS TINGLEY. After Miles Hacker left the woman whom he had taken how, he went to the Illinois depot at 11 o'clock, where he ·anged to meet Tingley so _:o home together, but he was unable to find Tingley and went o their boarding place and not ng him there, went to the '. depot Not being there, started back to the I l l i n and had gotten about to the when he heard two shots He not know Just where they and did not connect them w Tingey, but still he seemed to about the young man and down the track and stopped public service plant and asked n ght man if he had seen The man said that he iad Hacker decided to (to to and pee if Tingley had sone w i t h him. NEAVES IN BED. On hie arrival at the Neaves which was not long a f t e 'ngr, he found Neaves In bed got up at once and went w !o f i n d Tingley They home of Miss Harris Just a sheriff had arrived and he Hacker over to see If he t h e man wan w h o had Hacker q u i c k l y recognized T R A M P H E A The body was taken (o the coroner B office The officers a t r a m p whom t h e car near where the shots were and questioned him and he have heard the conversation took place about the t i m shooting, hut was too n e a know all t h a t was said hoard some one say, "Oh. Bob (lid not know whether It w th e shot were f i r e d or NEAVES ARRESTED Early Sunday m o r n i n w e n t to v o u n g placed h i m under arrest him to the court house and o'clock S u n d a y mornirir in the c o u n t y jail on ot Coroner Fleming to awslt report of (he coroners 1urv. an inquest (his morning at The local officers sttm "s'ure Neaves is the one who did i n g but they have not a circumstantial evidence against; It if t h o u g h t t h a drinking- and t h a t they quarrel Charles Sapp. who lives a

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  2. 28 Jul 1917, Sat,
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