Influenza 1918

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THE COURIER-JOURNAL, COURIER-JOURNAL, EPIDEMIC AT CAMP ABATED Cou-ner-Journai, mo-mentous of 31 Victims of "Flu;" Number of New Cases Drops To 120 During Day. TOTAL OF SICK 11,261 A bis decline in tho death toll and new cases featured developments in the influenza situation at Camp Zachary Taylor during the twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four hours endlnir at 8 o'clock last nltfht. The fatal! tie -number -number 31 as compared with 39 for the previous like period. Admissions dropped to 120 the lowest of any day since the disease became epidemic. One hundred and eighty patients were Qis-miKcui Qis-miKcui Qis-miKcui frnm the hnsnital as cured. Total Influenza cases admitted since the epidemic started are ana oi these 7.S43 have recovered. Total deaths have reached 6-15. 6-15. 6-15. Yesterday's victims were: Private Roy McSwane, 22 years old, Kvnnsvllle. Tnd. Private George E. O'Neill, 25 years old, Salem, Mass. Private William H. Witt, 24 years old, Worchester, Mass. Private Ulas Johnson, 21 years old, Klrkmansvlllo, Ky. Private Blno Meager, 25 years old, Wadsnorth, O. Private Arch Williams, 2S years old, Spottsvllle, O. Private Artie E. js'eCt. 22 years old, Mt. Sterling, O. Private Tony Pranchewic, 24 years old, Springfield, 111. Private Edwin J. Krles. 21 years old. Cardington, O. Candidate James G. Zimmerman, 24 years old, Duncannon, Pa- Pa- Private Harry w. utt, yraus um, Carlinville, 111. , Private Felix lieaoszewsui. o old. .Milwaukee, Wis. Private Roy McLenan, 33 years old, Jamesrille. O. Private John Elmer Salter, l'J jears old. Bloomer, Wis. Private Charles Robeson, za years oij, dairville, Ky. Private John M. McGinty, 29 years old, Wanatah, Ind. Private Abraham Calloway, 22 years old, Clayton, Ala. Private Daniel Dodges, si years om, Free Springs, Ky. Bnnriv h Kellv. 26 vears old; mother, Elizabeth Kelly, Goreville, 111. Othar R. Chalfant, 21: mother, Rena Chalfant, Cambridge, O. Ch.irlev Woodard. 24: father. J. E. Woodard. Henderson. Ky. Candidate Archie Coleman, 24; foster-mother, foster-mother, foster-mother, Mrs. Richard Seay, Kcnbridge, Va. . Second Lieut. Sanford H. Potter, 20; Boston. Mass. Ezra Young, 21; mother, Annie Beason, Liewisburg, Ky. Charles E. Day. 32; mother, Mary Louisa Dav, Lanesville, Ind. Carl E. Sherman. 22; mother, Carrie Sherman, Bellevue, O. Otis Redman, 21; grandmother, Ann Redman, Mt. Vernon, Ind. Ivey a Lawrence. 30; wife, Maude Lawrence, Luarel, Wis. Frank E. Whlsman, 30; father, David David C. Whisman, Taylorsville, Ky. John S. Marshall. 23; father, Charles Marshall, Cannelton, Ind. Leroy Ruggles, 22; mother, Nellie Ruggles, Waterbury, Conn. Deaths that occurred at the base hospital hospital yesterday from causes other than influenza were: First Lieut. Zachary D. Harden, 27 years old, Headquarters Company, 71st Field Artillery, son of Mrs. S. D. Harden, Raleigh, X. C, pneumonia. Corporal Paul Liggett, SS years old, Field Artillery, Central Officers' Training Training School, son of X. J. Liggett, Xerw York City, pneumonia and meningitis. Private James L. Barry. 21 years old. Battery D, 67th Field Artillery, son of J. D. Barry, Crown City, O., measles and pneumonia-Private pneumonia-Private pneumonia-Private George G. Caldwell, 25 years old, iMcRae, Ga., measles and pneumonia. pneumonia. Letcher, county. Lee St. San

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 18 Oct 1918, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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