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1,000 drill for "pep" 1918
1,000 Flu Cases In City 1919
1,000 Glasses Of Jelly Wanted For Soldiers In Base Hospital 1918
1,000 Influenza Cases Here, Say Health Officials 1918
1,000 With Grip At Waukegan; 77 Deaths At Great Lakes 1918
$1,000,000 to Fight Grippe 1918
1,122 New Cases, 106 Deaths In Day; Epidemic Waning 1918
1,177 New Cases Of "Flu" Reported 1918
1,200 Teachers Ill, Ettinger Reports 1918
1,237 New Flu Cases; Close More Places; Urge Masks on All 1918
1,335 New Flu Cases; 63 Deaths in Day; City Fights Bravely 1918
1,353 Influenza Cases In City 1918
1,496 New Flu Cases In State; 79 More In City 1918
1,500 Cases Spanish Flu In Camp Dodge 1918
1,644 new cases at Meade and 45 deaths; situation at Devens well at hand 1918
1,690 More Cases Of Influenza Reported To Health Bureau 1918
1,699 New Cases Of Influenza In Day's Report 1918
1,726 New Cases, 53 Deaths In 24 Hours; Not Enough Doctors 1918
1,805 Persons Ill, Reported By 41 Doctors 1918
1,806 State Flu Toll 1918
1,946 New Cases Of Flu In Orleans 1918
1 Dead, 13 Ill, Is Influenza Report 1919
10,000 Children Many Teachers, Not At School 1919
10,000 Children Out Of Schools 1919
$10,000 Flu Fund Is Appropriated 1919
$10,000 Pledged For Flu Fight; Council Acts on Crosby's Report; Red Cross Tenders Help to City 1919
10,000 Ways to End Epidemic Suggested 1918
10 Cases Influenza In Report Of Day 1919
10-Day Car Strike Will Banish Flu, Says Army Doctor 1918
10 die from influenza 1918
10 'Flu' Deaths At Ft. Snelling 1918
10 More Deaths From Influenza 1918
10 More Die In St. Paul Of Flu 1918
10 More Influenza Cases Reported At Hospitals 1919
10 o'clock limit put on slowly rising "flu" lid 1918
100,000 Influenza Cases In Porto Rico 1918
100,000 Influenza Masks are Needed; Women are Urged to Make Them Today 1918
$100,000 Spent To Fight 'Flu' 1981
100 Cases In Chester Armory 1918
100 Doctors Needed 1918
100 "Flu" Cases At Harrisonburg 1918
100 Middies Have "Flu" 1918
100 Miners Flee From Influenza 1918
100 More Deaths Influenza's Toll 1918
100 More To Dig Flu Graves 1918
100 New 'Flu' Cases Reported 1918
100 New 'Flu' Cases Reported For Day And 9 More Deaths 1918
100 New Cases of Influenza Are Reported 1919
100 New Cases Of Influenza In City 1918
100 New Grip Cases 1918
100 sailors at Great Lakes die of influenza 1918
$1000 Per Week From Red Cross To Combat Flu 1918
101 Deaths Of Epidemic In 24 Hours 1918
101 New Cases And 31 Deaths 1918
101 New Cases in City, Day's Influenza Report 1918
101 Providence Hospital, Oakland, California 1918
1014 Cases For Week End Are Reported 1918
1014 New Flu Cases Reported Saturday 1918
102 New Cases Of Influenza And 15 Deaths Yesterday 1918
1025 Influenza Cases; Is Largest Number Reported 1918
105 New Cases of Flu 1919
105 New Cases of Influenza Here, Total over 400 1918
105 New Cases Of Influenza Reported 1918
106 Deaths In Buffalo In 24 Hours 1918
106 Influenza Cases Reported; Heavy Increase 1918
106 New Cases Of Influenza; Nineteen Deaths 1918
108 New Cases And 12 Deaths, Report Of Health Board 1918
108 New Grippe Cases Reported In Richmond 1918
108 New Influenza Cases, 12 Deaths, Reported Tuesday 1918
109 Deaths In Buffalo In 24 Hours 1918
109 Die In 24 Hours, 1,447 Fresh Cases, Influenza's Record 1918
109 New Flu Cases In 24 Hours; 12 Deaths 1918
11,000 Half Men Are Sacrificed To Conquer Flu 1918
11,000 Liberty Workers 1918
11 Deaths From "Flu;" 21 New Cases Reported 1918
11 Deaths Reported In Influenza Spread Here 1918
11 Influenza Cases Shown In Report 1919
11 Influenza Deaths And 7 Pneumonia 1918
11 More Deaths From Influenza 1918
11 More Deaths Reported Due To Influenza 1918
11 More Die Of Flu In St. Paul 1918
110 Arrested For Disobeying Masking Edict 1918
110 Day's Death Roll In Epidemic; 1,317 New Cases 1918
110 Deaths In Buffalo In 24 Hours 1918
1100 Fewer Cases Of Flu Reported 1918
111 New 'Flu' Cases In G. R. Recorded During 53 Hours 1918
112 Cases Of Flu Here In Last 24 Hrs. 1919
112 Flu Cases Reported Friday 1918
113 Additional Influenza Cases Reported Here 1918
114 New Cases Of Influenza 1918
1150 Flu Victims In Cleveland 1918
117 Deaths And 954 New Cases Of "Flu" 1918
118 Cases Of "Flu" Develop 1918
118 Influenza Cases Quarantined In S. F. 1918
1189 Cases of "Flu" in the Packing Houses 1918
12 Deaths, 127 New Influenza Cases 1918
12 Die From Grip 1918
12 "Flu" Deaths In City; 34 Succumb At Meade 1918
12 Influenza Cases In Report Of Day 1919
12 Influenza Cases In Report Of Day 1919
12 Influenza Deaths During Past Week 1918
12 More Deaths From Influenza And Pneumonia 1919
12 More Deaths From Influenza In The District 1918
12 More Deaths Here From Influenza And Pneumonia 1919
12 More Soldiers Dead In Epidemic Of Influenza 1918
12 New Flu Cases 1918
120 new cases of influenza at Sheridan in day 1918
120 New Cases Of Influenza Here 1918
1200 New Cases Of Flu 1918
121 influenza cases 1918
123 New Cases Of Flu Reported 1918
123 New Influenza Cases; 500 Cases Reported Ended 1918
125,000 Salt Lakers Go Joy Mad; Armistice Conditions Hit Teutons Hard 1918
125 More Soldiers Die From Influenza at Camp 1918
125 New Cases Of 'Flu' With Five More Dead Day's Record In Denver 1918
128 New Flu Cases, 17 Deaths, In Day 1919
1285 New Cases Of Fluie In State 1918
13,456 Flu Cases In State Reported The Past Week 1918
13 Deaths Added To Epidemic Toll; Situation Better, Say Army Officers 1918
13 Deaths of Influenza Reported Since Saturday 1918
13 deaths, 226 cases of "flu" 1919
13 More Cases Of Flu; Warning Issued 1919
13 More Deaths From Influenza And Pneumonia 1919
13 More Die Of Flu In St. Paul 1918
130 New Influenza Cases in E. St. Louis and 4 More Deaths 1918
131 Influenza And Pneumonia Deaths In City 1918
132 New Cases Of Flu Reported 1918
135 New Cases Of Influenza In Columbus Friday 1918
136 Deaths Reported From Camp Sherman 1918
136 Influenza Cases Reported Yesterday 1918
137 New Cases Of Influenza Here In Last 24 Hours 1918
137 New Flu Cases Here In 24 Hours 1919
137 New Influenza Cases Reported Overnight 1918
14,000 New "Flu" Cases 1918
14 Albany Deaths Due To Influenza 1918
14 Dead Here Of Influenza 1918
14 Deaths Added To Toll Of Flu 1918
14 Deaths At Camp Dix 1918
14 Die, 36 Stricken In New Flu Wave 1918
14 "flu" victims yesterday 1919
14 Influenza Cases Shown In Report 1919
14 More Boys Dead, Victims Of Epidemic 1918
14 More Deaths From Influenza 1918
14 More Deaths From Influenza And Pneumonia 1919
14 More Die; Flu Strikes Miami Home 1918
14 New Flu Cases 1919
14 New Flu Cases Reported In Denver 1919
1411 Cases Of Influenza 1918
142 New Cases Of Grip In Portland 1918
1452 New Cases Of Influenza In State 1918
145th To Parade Streets After 2 P. M. 1919
1463 Fewer Cases This Week Than Last 1918
148 Deaths In City For Week 1918
15,000 Ill In Trenton, N. J. 1918
15,000 To 20,000 Cases In Ohio 1918
15,000 to Die Here From Influenza Before Christmas, Doctors Are Told 1918
15 Cases And 3 Deaths Influenza Report 1919
15 Cases Of Influenza Among College Girls 1918
15 Deaths From "Flu" Reported 1918
15 Deaths From Influenza And Pneumonia Reported 1919
15 Influenza Cases Shown In Report 1919
15 Liquor Dealers Die From Influenza 1918
15 More Die Here from Influenza; 592 New Cases Reported 1918
15 Pneumonia And Influenza Deaths Within 48 Hours 1919
150,000 'Flu' Cases Here 1918
150 Cases of Influenza in Minneapolis 1918
150 New Cases of Grippe at the Naval Station 1918
150 Nurses And Aids To War On Influenza 1918
150 Of Crew Die Of "Flu" On Liner 1918
150 Soldiers Quarantined At Belt And Etzel Barracks 1918
154 Deaths Reported In City Last Week 1918
154 New Grippe Cases Reported Yesterday 1918
155 New Cases And 4 Deaths In Flu Wave 1918
1550 Cases Of Flu Are Raging Here 1918
156 Influenza Cases In Week 1919
157 In 3,077 New Cases Of Grip Succumb 1918
157 New Cases Of Influenza 1918
16 Deaths Are Reported 1918
16 Deaths From Influenza During Month Repeated 1918
16 die from flu; day's cases 1918
16 Die in 6 Hours in Boston from Spanish Influenza 1918
16 "flu" deaths; 394 new cases 1918
16 In Undertakers' Reports 1918
16 Influenza Deaths and 300 New Cases in the Last 24 Hours 1918
16 more dead, "flu" cases 163 1918
16 New Cases Of Flu, 18 More Die; No Action By City 1918
16 New Cases Of Flu, Four Deaths Reported 1919
16 New Cases Of Influenza Found In S. F. 1918
160 Influenza Cases Reported Wednesday 1918
160 New Cases Of Spanish Grippe 1918
161 Cases Of Flu 1919
163 Deaths In Albany Reported In Last Week 1918
166 New Influenza Cases 1919
167 New Cases Of Flu Reported In City, But No Deaths During Day 1918
17 Cases of Influenza Reported Here Monday 1918
17 Cases, No Deaths For Day, Low 'Flu' Mark 1919
17 Deaths From Grippe and Pneumonia in Boston 1918
17 New "Flu" Cases 1919
17 Sisters Have Flu At St. Vincent's Home 1918
171 Are Now In S. A. T. C. Ranks 1918
171 Cases Of Flu And 21 Deaths Are Reported For Day 1918
171 Deaths, 788 Influenza Cases 1918
172 Deaths In Central Falls During October 1918
174,059 Cases Of 'Flu' Reported 1918
174 Stricken, 6 Killed In Day By Influenza 1918
175 More Influenza Cases In Infirmary 1918
18 Cases Of And 2 Deaths From Flu Today's Report 1919
18 Deaths And 340 New Influenza Cases 1918
18 die, 186 cases of flu during day 1919
18 Flu Deaths Listed Only 19 New Cases 1918
18 Influenza Cases Reported For Day 1919
18 Influenza Deaths; 17 of Pneumonia 1918
18 More Deaths; 181 New Cases Of Influenza 1918
18 New Cases Of Flu; Total Now 92 1919
18 New Cases of Influenza Reported 1918
18 New Grippe Cases Reported On Monday 1919
18 New Schools Open As Flu Declines 1919
180 New Flu Cases And 13 Deaths Given In Wednesday Report 1918
181 cases of grip here in one day 1918
1816 New Cases Of Influenza Reported In City Last Week 1918
1859 Cases of Grippe Reported to State Board 1918
187 Cases Of Influenza Reported In E. St. Louis 1918
19 Die Of Pneumonia 1918
19 More Deaths From Influenza; 24-Hour Roll Is 47 1918
19 New Cases Of Flu 1919
19 New Cases Of Influenza 1919
19 New Cases Of Influenza Reported 1919
19 New Cases Reported 1918
19 New Navy Grippe Cases 1918
1917 - 1918, [Minnesota] State Board of Health: Historical [1918]
1917 Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health, Department of Public Safety, Of The City Of St. Paul For The Year Ending December 31, 1917 1917
1918 Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health, Department of Public Safety Of The City Of St. Paul For The Year Ending December 31, 1918 1918
1918 Mortality Rate Is Highest Here In 15 Years 1919
1918 Mortality Rate Very High 1919
1918's Death Toll For Denver 5,152 1919
1919 Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health, Department of Public Safety Of The City Of St. Paul For The Year Ending December 31, 1919 1919
192 Influenza Cases 1919
192 New Cases And 6 Deaths Reported 1918
192 New Cases of Influenza in City 1918
192 New Cases Of Influenza In Day Indicate Spread 1918
1920 Annual Report Of The Bureau of Health, Department of Public Safety Of The City Of St. Paul For The Year Ending December 31, 1920 1920
1921 - 1922 Annual Report Of The Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Health Of The City of St. Paul For the Years Ending December 31, 1921 and December 31, 1922 1922
1921 - 1922 Biennial Report 1923
193 Cases, Two Deaths 1918
194 New Influenza Cases, 600 Successfully Ended 1918
195 Influenza Cases Reported On Saturday Masking Called Off 1918
1976 Influenza Cases For Week, A Decrease Of 527 1918
1st 'Churchless' Sunday in L. A. Tomorrow 1918
1st School In City Reopens For War Work 1918

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