Arthur Perone volunteers for WWI.
ZANESVILLE AGAIN SENDS VOLUNTEER QUOTATOSERViCE Detail of 19 From City and Like Number From County Go Saturday All Arrangements Com pleted For Farewell To Be Accorded Men Again Zanesville sends a volunteer volunteer quota on a call for men to serve in the National army. Nineteen men from the city and as many from the county, all of whom are drafted men, will leave Saturday at 12:80 p. m., for the Columbus barracks barracks to enter military training. The final five volunteers for the city quota came In Wednesday and at 1:30 p. m. the following were officially officially enrolled as the city quotas Dwlght Harold Long. Earl Woodward, Woodward, Charles MUee, Edwin Hanney Gladman, Albert T. Maier, Charles Osborne Lemon, Edward C. Reiner, Arthur E. Perone, Carl Schrsmm, Corbett Landerman, Andrew Schra-der, Schra-der, Schra-der, Ralph Wilson, Roy Lester Stewart, Stewart, Clarence A. Pfolffer, James Earl Davis, James Butler, Brums Deranocky, Floyd Ernest Gatewood and Charles Jerome Riley. The city will also entrain two men Saturday for Camp Meade, Admiral, Admiral, Md., under a special call ror railroad men. They are William Edward Edward Dunn and James Alva Gray. The board Is expecting to receive notice of the hour of their entraln-ment entraln-ment entraln-ment today.