In the Friday, October 25, 1918 issue of the Ocala Evening Star, the Wacahoota society column mentioned that the brother of Mr. Lute Howell had been summoned to Annapolis because the brother's son was suffering from pneumonia following the flu. (Image 1) In the next column over, the Ocala High School band announced it was not able to continue its weekly concerts because of sickness among the students.
In the Ocala Social Affairs column, it mentioned that the funeral of Alfred Brooks had been held out of doors at the Howard home because of the flu. (Image 2)
In the Ocala Occurrences column it was mentioned that Belleview had had a comparatively easy time with the flu. The same column mentioned that Duncan Elliott, who had previously been described as dying, was getting better. (Image 3)
The article listing women who either were nurses or wanted to be nurses to help with the epidemic was reprinted with some paragraphs with new names added. (Image 4)