Spanish Influenza, Nov. 1, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov. 1, 1918

A report published yesterday that the Kooi Coal company had donated all the coal being used at the emergency hospital was declared erroneous today, Nov. 1. Officials of the Monarch Coal company said their company has donated eight tons of coal to the hospital. Lawrence A. Devine, a Sheridan county

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Spanish Influenza, Nov. 1, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov. 1, 1918

One death from influenza was reported today, Nov. 1, within the city of Sheridan, the only death for the 24 hours since noon yesterday. In total, six deaths have been reported county-wide since noon yesterday. At least three candidates for offices in Sheridan county are foregoing their campaigns to fill

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 31, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 31, 1918

C. L. Chapman, who has been ill with influenza, is reported to be improving. Manager Goforth of the Scales Motor company has resumed his duties at his office after a siege of pneumonia from influenza. R. L. Lamb, attorney D. C. Wenzell and Mayor M. B. Camplin are among the

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 31, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 31, 1918

Seven deaths from influenza were reported for the 24 hours ending at noon today, Oct. 31: three in Sheridan, three at Monarch and one at Acme. Mrs. Malcolm Moncreiffe has returned to her Big Horn ranch after spending several days assisting at the emergency hospital. Miss Mable Knight, domestic science

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 29, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 29, 1918

Sheriff Mossberg proposed today, Oct. 29, to institute a system of protection of prisoners in the county jail from contact with influenza. He announces that hereafter, no visitors to the jail will be permitted to visit prisoners, and no new prisoners will be put into the jail, without first having

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 29, 1918

No deaths from influenza were reported in Sheridan during the 24 hours up to noon today, Oct. 29. County Health Officer Hurd received reports yesterday showing 25 new cases for that day, and 26 for the day before, for the entire county, a noticeable falling off. The Red Cross has

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 27, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 27, 1918

Two fatalities from influenza complications occurred in Sheridan today, Oct. 27, and one yesterday afternoon, while two other deaths have been reported in other points in the county since noon yesterday. Among the fatalities were two children. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lewis died this afternoon at

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 26, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 26, 1918

Only one death from the Spanish influenza was reported during the 24 hours that ended at noon today, Oct. 26, and that was in Sheridan. County Health Officer Dr. Hurd believes this indicates an abatement of the epidemic here. Presumably in a delirium coming as an aftermath of influenza, with

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 25, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 25, 1918

James Taylor, who has been employed at the XL Bar ranch on Powder river, died of influenza at the Red Cross emergency hospital in Sheridan this morning, Oct. 25. Dr. Dolan and Miss Minnie Smith, who is a trained nurse, have gone to Arvada at the instance of the Red

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 25, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 25, 1918

Despite the opinion of physicians that the Spanish influenza is abating, five deaths from the illness have occurred in Sheridan within the 24 hours ending at noon today, Oct. 25. Dr. Hurd, county health officer, says 32 cases were reported in the county yesterday, half as many as the previous

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 24, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 24, 1918

Although telegraph reports are full of developments of influenza serums, County Health Officer Dr. Hurd today, Oct. 24, says no positive preventative of influenza has reached this section of the country. The best disinfectants are carbolic acid, chloride of lime, formaldehyde, sulphur and kreso. All are available from McCarthy and

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 24, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 24, 1918

The Sheridan Enterprise today, Oct. 24, published a list of needs during the Spanish influenza epidemic. These include women who will take children from influenza homes into their own homes to protect the children from getting the disease. Also needed are more volunteers to go out into sick homes and

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 23, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 23, 1918

Only one death from Spanish influenza was reported in Sheridan since yesterday afternoon, but elsewhere in the county, 62 deaths were reported, 25 from one physician. It was impossible to determine whether the report covered more than one day’s new cases. A request has been made that people discontinue unnecessary

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 22, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 22, 1918

Only 32 cases of influenza were reported to the county health officer, Dr. Hurd, last night, at least nine of which were located outside of Sheridan. Dr. Hurd believes this report indicated a falling off in the spread of the malady. City Health Officer T. E. Marshall today issued a

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 21, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 21, 1918

In announcing specials for this week, Reed’s reminds the public that the store is well ventilated and strictly sanitary. Spanish flu has left Buffalo without a doctor to meet the needs of the community. Before the flu, doctors Conyers and John Hynds went into the army service, leaving doctors L.

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 21, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 21, 1918

While but one fatality was reported for Sunday and today among Sheridan residents, there were four deaths of residents in other nearby towns, indicating the Spanish influenza is still virulent in the mining communities. The Sheridan chapter of the Red Cross has issued a call for nurses, attendants, bedding, night

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 19, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 19, 1918

Yesterday’s rain has been declared to have been beneficial in clearing the atmosphere in Sheridan at a time when it was most needed to help check the influenza epidemic. Manager Goforth of the Scales Motor company is ill at his home with influenza. There has been some complaint over the

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 19, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 19, 1918

Two deaths from influenza were reported this morning as having occurred since yesterday’s report was given to the public. It was announced today that more nurses are needed at the Red Cross emergency hospital to care for victims of the Spanish influenza. Volunteer nurses at the emergency hospital this morning

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 18, 1918

Only two deaths were attributed to influenza in Sheridan today, Oct. 18. A 19-year-old boy died at the Irma hotel at 3:25 a.m., and a Japanese woman living at Dietz died at the Red Cross emergency hospital in Sheridan at 6 o’clock last night. City officials investigated a report last

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Spanish Influenza, Oct. 16, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Oct. 16, 1918

The spread of the influenza epidemic has increased the use of ice in homes in Sheridan, and the city is facing an ice famine unless every precaution for conservation is taken. The situation has become so serious that State Food Administrator Diers has asked dealers to distribute the limited supply

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