Spanish Influenza, Dec. 18, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 18, 1918

The body of Mrs. Mary M., wife of B. E. Garretson of Clearmont, lies beside that of her newly born child at the Champion & Shannon funeral rooms, while at home her husband and five other children are all suffering from the influenza. Mrs. Garretson died at Clearmont yesterday morning,

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 17, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 17, 1918

As of today, Dec. 17, Miss Edith Manlove of Ranchester has been in Sheridan for the past 10 days, recovering from an attack of the prevailing influenza. Dr. T. E. Marshall, who started a month ago for a rest after the strenuous epidemic, is expected home this week. Mrs. W.

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 15, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 15, 1918

No new cases of influenza were reported to the county health officer today, Dec. 15. Deaths from influenza and its resultant ailments of late have not been so bewildering in their frequency. Passage of a full week without report of a single death from the epidemic has brought comparison with

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 14, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 14, 1918

County Health Officer Dr. Hurd announced today, Dec. 14, that starting now, the homes of all new sufferers from influenza will be placarded and subjected to a modified quarantine. Physicians encountering new cases will be expected to promptly report them to Dr. Hurd.Dr. Hurd said she succeeded in getting only

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 12, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 12, 1918

Sheridan Salvation Army funds intended for 1919 were used tonight, Dec. 12, to assist a family of five – the parents and three little children – who were found all bedfast and desperately ill with influenza and facing eviction. City Commissioner Birkhaeuser made a trip into the country 15 miles

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 9, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 9, 1918

Lee John Saunners of Acme died there tonight, Dec. 9, from influenza. It was the first death in the county from influenza for a week.Hayden M. White, editor and publisher of the Buffalo Voice, was in Sheridan today. He reports they have more influenza in the vicinity of Buffalo than

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 7, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 7, 1918

Mrs. Blanche Alexander Rice, county superintendent of schools, who has been suffering from influenza, has recovered sufficiently to permit her to again visit the courthouse. She reports today, Dec. 7, that most of the rural schools in the county have resumed regular school work. But, she said, there are quite

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 6, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 6, 1918

F. B. Davis of the Champion & Shannon funeral firm left today, Dec. 6, for Syracuse, Neb., called there because of the serious illness of his son and daughter with influenza.Nothing new was reported today in the influenza situation, although it is known that there are still quite a number

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 4, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 4, 1918

Members of the American Public Health association warned today, Dec. 4, that another influenza epidemic is expected to sweep the country in 1919. Health authorities from all parts of the United States, Canada and South America will consider plans for combatting the epidemic at the American Public Health association convention

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 3, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 3, 1918

One death from Spanish influenza has been reported for the 24 hours ending at noon today, Dec. 3. W. T. Weller, recently operating one of the Home ranches three miles south of Sheridan, died at 11:30 o’clock last night from influenza complications.Four cases of influenza were reported to County Health

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Spanish Influenza, Dec. 2, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Dec. 2, 1918

Harley Merrill, who operates the Foss ranch about 21 miles out of Sheridan on Tongue River, died from influenza just before 7 o’clock this morning, Dec. 2. The body is now at the Champion & Shannon funeral rooms. He leaves behind a wife and seven children, all of them suffering

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.30, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.30, 1918

It was announced today that schools in Sheridan will reopen at 9 o’clock Monday morning. As near as practicable, school work will be taken up where the pupils left off eight weeks ago. But school authorities say children from families where the flu still lingers will not be allowed to

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.29, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.29, 1918

Only five new cases of influenza were reported to the county health officer yesterday for the entire county, although no information was received from some of the physicians. Two deaths were reported during the two days that ended at noon today, Nov. 29. One death was a Sheridan man, the

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.29, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.29, 1918

The Red Cross emergency hospital was closed today, Nov. 29, after several weeks of active use in treatment of influenza patients. The number of patients had dwindled to four this morning, only one of which was severe. Other places were found for those who needed further care. The Carnegie library

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Spanish Influenza, Nov. 27, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov. 27, 1918

No deaths from influenza were reported in Sheridan county for the 24 hours ending at noon today, Nov. 27. County Health Officer Hurd received reports of five new cases of the illness, all the physicians reporting but one. After eight weeks of closure because of influenza, Superintendent Early has announced

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.26, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.26, 1918

Mrs. R. V. Hotchkiss of Gladstone street, one of the faithful nurses of flu patients in the emergency hospital, was finally taken with the disease herself. She and her little daughter have been sick for two weeks. They are both convalescing and as of today, Nov. 26, reported to be

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.26, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.26, 1918

With all physicians but one reporting, 10 cases of influenza were reported to County Health Officer Hurd yesterday, and two deaths during the 24 hours ending at noon today, Nov. 26. One death was in Sheridan, the other on Lower Tongue River. The Red Cross headquarters in the federal building

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.25, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.25, 1918

Six new cases of influenza for Saturday were reported to County Health Officer Hurd. One was outside of the city of Sheridan and the other five in families in which other members had been afflicted. No reports were made for Sunday up to noon today, Nov. 25. Two fatalities were

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.23, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.23, 1918

Mrs. Clara M. Kackley of 340 Sherman avenue, together with the help of Miss Martha Murray, has been nursing a patient for over a month with the Spanish flu. The patient, Miss Florence Murray, after being taken with a light attack of the disease, went too soon to nursing other

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Spanish Influenza, Nov.23, 1918

Spanish Influenza, Nov.23, 1918

Eight new cases of influenza were reported yesterday to County Health Officer Hurd, three more than were reported on the previous day. No deaths from the malady were reported in Sheridan for the 24 hours that ended at noon today, Nov. 23, but one was reported from Kooi. That death

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