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Name Is New One, But Disease Old 1918
Named to Fill Vacancy on City Board of Health 1918
Narcotic Law Now Is Modified Because of Influenza Epidemic 1918
Nashua Theatres And Schools Are Closed 1918
Nashville Churches Are Closed Today 1918
Nashville Schools Close For Holidays 1918
Nashville Stores Shorten Hours to Help Win the War 1918
National 1918
National And State Conventions Postponed Owing To Influenza 1919
National Dairy Exhibit Closed Saturday Night 1918
National Guard Halts Drills During Epidemic 1918
Nature Had Already Provided for Pa (Polly and Her Pals) 1918
Naval Base Quarantined 1918
Naval Detail In Flu Fight Here 1918
Naval Men Hard Hit By Epidemic 1918
Naval Officers Make All Men in Uniform Put on 'Flu' Masks 1918
Naval Quarantine Is Still Operative 1918
Naval Training Station, San Diego, Cal. -- High sick rate 1918
Navy Yard Fights Epidemic 1918
Near Impossible to Keep Crowds Off Street Cars 1918
Nearly 2,000 Case of Influenza in Boston 1918
Nearly All Business After 8:30 Under the Health Ban 1918
Nearly All Churches in City to Open Tomorrow 1918
Nearly All People Attacked by Influenza Weather It Successfully, Expert Says 1918
Nearly Fifty Influenza Cases Reported Today 1918
Nearly Three Thousand Cases Of Flu In Spokane 1918
Need Autos For Food Carrying 1918
Need Doctors For Influenza Battle 1918
Need For Nurses Is Acute 1918
Need Great For Oakland Nurses; Epidemic Not Beyond City Control 1919
Need Helpers At Kitchen 1918
Need Many More Cars For Nurses 1918
Need Many To Aid Red Cross Nurses 1918
Need Men To Take Care Of Grip Cases 1918
Need More Magazines 1918
Need More Nurses To Help Fight Influenza 1918
Need Not Fear Epidemic Here Of Influenza 1918
Need Not Fear The 'Flu' 1918
Need Nurses On Kansas Side 1918
Need Of Nurses At S. F. Hospital Declared Vital 1919
Need of nurses to combat 'flu' grows urgent 1918
Need Precautions Against Influenza 1918
Need Volunteer Nurses 1918
Need Volunteers To Conquer Grip 1918
Needle Workers Asked to Rally to Red Cross House 1918
Needless Travel Is Influenza Aid 1918
Needs Volunteers For Sick People 1918
Needs Women To Make Flu Masks 1918
Neglect of a Vital Safeguard 1918
Negligent doctors arouse Copeland 1918
Negro Selectmen Think Flu Masks are the Ku-Klux 1918
Negro Voodooism (How To Keep Well) 1918
Neptune Beach Continue Business 1918
New Ambulance For Use In Emergency 1918
New Ban To Close Many Schools 1918
New Bedford Has 313 New Cases In Day 1918
New Call For Men May Be Affected By Influenza Ban 1918
New Call For Nurses Issued 1918
New Case Rate Doubles 1918
New Cases Are Fewer; Deaths Not Increased 1918
New Cases at Recruit Camp Drop to Six 1918
New Cases Decrease 1918
New Cases Drop To 365, Decrease In Deaths To 63 1918
New Cases In Epidemic Are Much Reduced 1918
New Cases In Epidemic At High Figure 1918
New Cases Jump to 279; Day's Deaths Number Six 1918
New Cases Much Fewer 1918
New Cases Number 208 In Two Days 1918
New Cases Of Epidemic 100; Three Deaths 1918
New Cases Of Flu Decreasing 1918
New Cases Of Flu Drop To Fourteen, But Three Deaths 1919
New Cases Of Flu For Day Total 98 Showing Increase 1918
New Cases Of Influenza At Field Are Few 1918
New Cases Of Influenza At Low Record 1919
New Cases Of Influenza Decrease To 123 In Day 1918
New Cases of Influenza Decreasing in Number 1918
New Cases Of Influenza Here Slump To 62 In Day 1918
New Cases Of Influenza Number 49 1919
New Cases Of Influenza Show Considerable Increase 1919
New Cases Of Influenza Slowly Decreasing Here 1918
New Cases Of Influenza Today Again Are Few 1918
New Cases Outnumbered By Releases 1918
New cases reach higher toll here 1918
New Cases Show A Steady Decline 1918
New Cases Show Slight Increase 1918
New Cases Take A Decided Drop 1918
New City Flu Report Shows No Deaths 1919
New Clamps Clinch Influenza Ban 1918
New Clash In Council On Lifting 'Flu' Ban 1918
New Classes For School Teachers 1918
New Climb Recorded In Influenza Cases 1919
New Clinic Opens At Roper Monday 1919
New Date For Baby Week 1918
New Dates For Health Courses 1918
New Disease In Milwaukee 1918
New Draft To Go Soon 1918
New Draftees Suffer In Influenza Epidemic 1918
New Drive to Check Influenza's Spread 1918
New East Side Flu Cases Halt Move To Lift Lid 1918
New Emergency Hospital Opens With Busy Day 1918
New Emergency Hospital Ready For Sufferers 1918
New Emergency Hospital To Be Equipped Today 1918
New Epidemic Is Feared 1919
New Fight On Influenza 1919
New Flu Cases Below Hundred 1918
New Flu Cases Decrease; Death Reports Show Gain 1919
New Flu Cases Drop To 165 1918
New Flu Cases Drop To 569 For Day; 101 Deaths 1918
New Flu Cases Fewest Reported In Week 1919
New Flu Cases Go Up To Eighty 1918
New Flu Cases Here Few But Death Rate Still Is Running High 1918
New Flu Cases In City Drop To 115 In Day 1918
New Flu Cases In Orleans Diminish 1918
New Flu Cases In St. Paul, 109 1918
New Flu Cases Increase And Lid May Return 1918
New Flu Cases Increase To 441 1918
New flu cases milder in form 1918
"New Flu Cases Not Cause For Alarm" — Crosby 1918
New Flu Cases Reported Mild 1918
New Flu Cases Show Decline 1918
New Flu Cases Show Decrease 1918
New Flu Cases Show Decrease 1918
New Flu Cases Show Decrease 1918
New Flu Cases Today Are 154 1919
New Flu Death Rate Now Only 1 Percent 1918
New Flu Decree Closes Schools 1918
New Flu Law Enacted For Quarantine Emergency 1918
New Flu Order Covers State 1918
New Flu Plague Grips Chicago 1918
New Flu Program Effective Today 1918
New Flu Serum Comes To Town From Chicago 1918
New "Flu" Ban Unlikely 1918
New "Flu" Cases Decline 1918
New "Flu" Cases Drop To 125 1919
New "Flu" Cases Gain But Deaths Show Decrease 1918
New "flu" hospital 1918
New "flu" is milder 1918
New "Flu" Order May Not Disturb Work On Football At Local Schools 1918
New "Flu" Regulations 1918
New 'Flu' Cases Below Average 1918
New 'Flu' Cases Drop 65 Per Cent In City In Week 1919
New 'Flu' Cases Drop To Fifty-Nine 1918
New 'Flu' Cases Found In St. Paul 1918
New 'Flu' Cases Show Decrease 1918
New 'Flu' Lid Clamped On City Until Monday 1918
New Foods (How To Keep Well) 1918
New gains in grip here 1918
New Grip Cases Drop To 3,851 and Copeland Exults 1918
New Grip Cases In Portland Number 142 1918
New Grip Cases On The Decrease 1918
New Grippe Cases Decline in Boston 1919
New Health Orders Caused Confusion; Dealers Puzzled 1918
New Healther 1919
New High Mark Is Set In Influenza Record 1918
New High Mark Set By Grippe Deaths 1918
New Home for Children of Influenza Sufferers 1918
New Hospital for Influenza is Ready at Fair Grounds 1918
New Hospital for Influenza Patients 1918
New Hospital In Grand Rapids 1918
New Hospital Proposed For Plague Victims 1918
New Hospital To Be Put In Commission 1918
New Increase In Flu Cases In City 1918
New Influenza At Camp Travis 1918
New Influenza Cases 1918
New Influenza Cases And Deaths Decline 1918
New Influenza Cases Are Not Very Serious 1918
New Influenza Cases Decline 1918
New Influenza Cases Declining 1918
New Influenza Cases Decrease 1918
New Influenza Cases Disappear 1918
New Influenza Cases Drop To 71 1918
New Influenza Cases Drop To 76 For 24 Hours 1918
New Influenza Cases Drop To Twenty-Two In Day 1918
New Influenza Cases Fall Off 1918
New Influenza Cases Fell Off Slightly Yesterday 1918
New Influenza Cases Fewest Since October 6 1918
New Influenza Cases For Day Fall Off To 25 1918
New influenza cases for day total 146; three die of malady 1919
New Influenza Cases For Week 183, Another Drop 1919
New Influenza Cases In Denver Show Gain, 35 Reported For Day 1919
New influenza cases in the city doubled 1918
New Influenza Cases Increased Yesterday 1918
New Influenza Cases Now Reach 3,000 Total 1918
New Influenza Cases Now Show Decrease 1918
New Influenza Cases Number But Half Dozen 1918
New Influenza Cases Number Thirty-Three 1918
New Influenza Cases Reported Reach 104 1918
New Influenza Cases Reported Show Increase 1918
New influenza cases reported show increase; ten victims die 1918
New Influenza Cases Reported Wednesday 215 1918
New Influenza Cases Run High For Single Day 1918
New Influenza Cases Show Decrease With Gain In Total Deaths 1918
New Influenza Cases Show Increase Of 99 1918
New Influenza Cases Still Show Increase 1918
New Influenza Cases Today Exceed 776 1918
New Influenza Cases Today Show Big Gain 1918
New Influenza Cases Total 150 1918
New Influenza Cases Up To Noon Today 201 1919
New Influenza Cases Yesterday 1919
New Influenza Cases Yesterday Were 341 1918
New Influenza Deaths, 13 1918
New Influenza Hospital 1918
New Influenza Hospital To Open Today 1918
New Influenza Report 1919
New Influenza Rules, Old Ones Are Removed 1918
New Influenza Vaccine Found by State Scientists 1918
New Kansas Side Cases, 194 1918
New Law To Protect Health Passed 1918
New Low Record In Flu Fight 1918
New Mask Better Than Old Dry Type 1918
New Nurses At Dodge 1918
New Orders Are Issued By Officials In Flu Fight 1918
New Orleans, December, 1918 1918
New Orleans, December, 1919 1919
New Orleans, December, 1920 1920
New Orleans, June, 1918 1918
New Orleans, June, 1919 1919
New Orleans, June, 1920 1920
New Orleans, March, 1918 1918
New Orleans, March, 1919 1919
New Orleans, March, 1920 1920
New Orleans, September, 1918 1918
New Orleans, September, 1919 1919
New Orleans, September, 1920 1920
New Outbreak Of Flu Unlikely 1918
New Outbreak Of Influenza 1918
New Plague Is Fear Of Health Board 1918
New Quarantine Depends Upon Today's Flu Report 1918
New Record For Influenza; 1310 Cases Reported 1918
New Red Cross Bureau For Emergency Relief 1918
New Red Cross Shop Is Given Over To Fight 1918
New Red Cross Unit Ready to Begin Work 1918
New Regiments Formed At Dodge 1918
New Rules To Guard Against Influenza 1918
New Saloon Hours For Downtown Zone 1918
New Serum For 'Flu' Is Brought To City 1918
New Serum Routs Out Influenza 1918
New Serum To Be Tried Over State 1918
A New Spanish-American War 1918
New Store Hours Because Of Flu 1918
New Symptoms Appear 1919
New Turn In Flu Tangle 1918
New Uses of "Flu" Masks 1918
New Wave Of Influenza 1919
New York Opens Fight On Spanish Influenza 1918
New York prepared for influenza siege 1918
New Yorkers Warned to Keep Homes Heated 1918
Newark And The Grip 1918
Newark Ready To Fight Flu 1918
Newark Takes Grip On "Flu" 1918
Newark to Be Ready If Influenza Breaks Out 1918
Newcomb Has 32 Influenza Cases 1918
Newport Schools Close Indefinitely Because Of Disease 1918
News and Happenings At Douglas Hospital 1919
News From South of Tehachepi - Clifford To Handle Cash 1918
News From South Of Tehachepi - Flu Ban Off At Pasadena 1918
News From South of Tehachepi - Housing For Shipworkers 1918
News From South of Tehachepi - Many Anxious For Service 1918
News From South Of Tehachepi - Will Restore Quarantine 1918
News From South Of Tehachepi's Top - Joy Resounds In Southland 1918
News From The Red Cross 1918
News In Pictures 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News of Alexandria 1918
News Of Day At City Hall 1918
News Of Day At City Hall 1919
News Of Local Red Cross 1918
News Of The World Sport - Local And Telegraph 1918
News Of Women War Workers Of Eastbay 1918
Newspapers Praised For Fight On Flu 1918
Night Classes Closed 1918
Night High And Graded Schools Start Wednesday 1918
Night Letter - Washington, D. C., from W. Frank Persons 1918
Night Letter, from W. Frank Persons 1918
Night Letter, To: Honorable Harvey Neilson, Mayor's Office, San Francisco, From: Edward Rainey 1918
Night Letter, To: President Wilson, From: James Rolph, Jr. 1918
Night School Is To Open Monday 1918
Night Schools Are Affected By Closing Orders 1918
Night Schools Resume 1918
Night Schools Resume Classes Next Monday 1918
Night Schools To Be Reopened 1919
Night Schools To Open Tonight 1918
Night schools to reopen 1918
Night schools to reopen 1918
Night Schools To Reopen 1919
Nine Cases Of 'Flu' In Official Report 1919
Nine Cases; One Death 1918
Nine deaths from "flu" 1918
Nine Deaths From Influenza In Week 1919
Nine Deaths From Influenza Reported 1918
Nine Deaths From Influenza Since Noon Yesterday 1918
Nine Deaths From Spanish Influenza 1918
Nine Deaths in Day from Influenza Here, 612 New Cases Appear 1918
Nine Die of Flu 1918
Nine Die Of Influenza 1919
Nine Flu Cases In One Residence 1918
Nine "Flu" Cases Fatal 1918
Nine In Family Have "Flu." 1918
Nine More Deaths Reported 1918
Nine More Die Of Pneumonia 1918
Nine New Cases But Not Single Death From "Flu" 1919
Nine New Cases Spanish Influenza in Oak Cliff 1918
Nine Pneumonia Cases 1918
Nine Soldiers Die Of "Flu" 1918
Nine Succumb To Influenza 1918
Nine Succumb to the Spanish 'Flu' 1918
Nineteen Cases Of 'Flu' Are Reported 1919
Nineteen New Cases Of Influenza Here 1918
Nineteen Persons Die On Steamer 1918
Nineteenth Annual Report Of The Commissioner, November 1, 1918 1918
Nineteenth Biennial Report Of The North Carolina State Board Of Health, December 1, 1920 - June 30, 1922 1922
Ninety-Two New Cases And Nine Flu Deaths 1918
Ninety-Two New Cases Influenza 1919
Ninth Biennial Report (New Series) Of The Minnesota State Board of Health And Vital Statistics Of Minnesota, 1920 - 1921 1921
Ninth Biennial Report Being The Thirty-Third And Thirty-Fourth Annual Reports Of The State Board of Health Of The State of Kansas, June 30, 1916, to June 30, 1918 1918
Ninth Biennial Report Of The State Board of Health For 1917 - 1918, Sixth Biennial Report Of The State Registrar of Births and Deaths, 1916 - 1917 1918
Ninth Biennial Report of the State Board of Health to the Governor of Oregon and the Thirty-first Legislative Assembly Regular Session 1921 for the period October 1, 1918, to September 30, 1920 1920
Ninth Conference of the National Federation of Settlements at Philadelphia, May 29 - 31, 1919 1919
Nite Letter, "Face Masks should be worn by persons attending influenza cases..." February 3, 1920 1920
No Abatement Anywhere In Spread Of Influenza 1918
No Abatement In Flu 1918
No Abatement In Influenza 1918
No Abatement In Influenza Wave 1918
No Abatement of 'Flu' in this State 1918
No Abatement Of Epidemic 1918
No Abatement Shown In Influenza Epidemic 1918
No Action Is Taken On Closing Schools 1918
No Actual Case Of Influenza; Suspicious Cases Are Reported 1918
No Alarm Felt Over Epidemic 1919
No Alarm Over Influenza 1919
No Armistice With the Grippe 1918
No Ban On Athletics, Is Dictum On Health 1918
No Ban On Kissing, Says Dr. Dowling 1918
No Better In Lynchburg 1918
No Better In Lynchburg 1918
No Blanket 'Flu' Order To Be Made 1918
No Book Fines During Influenza Quarantine 1918
No Booze to Fight Flu Here 1918
No Boxing Matches Till the "Flu" Goes 1918
No Business Houses Here To Be Closed 1919
No Calls For Medical Aid From Towns Near Rochester 1918
No Canteen Case For First Time 1918
No Car Crowding Today 1918
No Cases Of Flu At Mental Diseases Hospital 1918
No Cases Of Influenza Had Been Reported At 11 Today 1918
No Catholic Service To Be Held Here Sunday 1918
No Cause for Alarm Officials Declare Flu Is Tricky 1918
No Cause for Alarm over Cases of 'Flu' 1918
No Cause For Fear In Influenza Epidemic 1918
No Cause for Flu Alarm, Says State Department 1918
No Cause For Hysteria 1918
No Cause To Fear "Flu" 1918
No Certain Preventative Of Influenza 1918
No Chance Of Third Epidemic 1919
No Change is Shown in "Flu" Situation 1919
No Choir Rehearsals Until Tabernacle Opens 1918
No Church Bells Ring For First Time In Years 1918
No Church Tomorrow 1918
No City-Wide Ban Now; Will Wait State Action 1918
No Civil Court Here On Monday 1918
No Classes to Be Held at Kitchen This Week 1918
No Conference On Stock Yards 1918
No crest yet in "flu" 1918
No Dance, Manning Tells Hall Owners 1918
No Danger of "Flu" Epidemic in Atlanta 1918
No Danger Of Epidemic Here, Ruhland Believes 1918
No Danger of Epidemic of "Spanish Flu" Here 1918
No Danger Of Infection If Precautions Are Taken 1918
No Danger Of Influenza Epidemic In Ginter Park 1918
No Danger of New Flu Outbreak Here 1918
No Danger Of Spanish Influenza Epidemic Here 1918
No Date Fixed For Reopening Schools 1918
No Death From Either Pneumonia Or Influenza 1919
No Death Is Reported Friday from Influenza 1919
No Death Reported From Influenza 1919
No Deaths And 25 Cases Today's Flu Report 1919
No Deaths At Camp 1918
No Deaths Caused By Influenza 1918
No deaths for 24-hour period from influenza; 53 new cases 1918
No Deaths From 'Flu' Is Report 1918
No Deaths From Either Influenza Or Pneumonia 1919
No Deaths From Influenza 1919
No Deaths From Influenza And Only 20 Cases 1918
No Deaths From Influenza Sickness 1918
No Deaths Here in Two Days From Influenza 1919
No Deaths Of Flu Recorded For Day, First In 4 Months 1919
No Deaths, 33 New Flu Cases 1918
No Decision Yet as to Anti-Grip Vaccine Value 1918
No Decrease Yet In Number Of Influenza Cases Reported 1918
No Diminution In Influenza Shown 1918
No Drastic Action To Be Taken Here Because Of Epidemic 1918
No Epidemic In Schools 1918
No Epidemic Is Feared 1918
No Epidemic of Influenza 1919
No Epidemic Of Pneumonia 1918
No Epidemic Yet 1918
No Epidemic, But Omaha Is Near Closed 1918
No Epidemics Last Week In U. S. Camps 1919
No Evil Effects From Lifting Ban 1918
No Fancy Brand, But Regular Grippe 1918
No Fear of a Return of Flu 1918
No Fear Of The Flu Here 1918
No Flu Ban On Merrymaking 1918
No Flu Cases Reported Sunday 1918
No Flu Danger In Big Parade 1918
No Flu Deaths Reported Sunday 1918
No Flu in Day Nursery 1918
No Flu Masks For Oakland, Council Rules 1919
No Flu Now In County 1918
No "Flu" At Big Plant 1918
No "Flu" At Wadsworth 1918
No 'Flu' Epidemic At Plant, Doctor Finds 1918
No 'Flu' Epidemic in Georgia, Officials Say 1918
No Funeral Hour Now 1918
No Gain In Epidemic Here 1918
No Gain On Epidemic In Boston 1918
No Gain On The Epidemic 1918
No Gains Anywhere In Influenza Toll 1918
No General Quarantine To Be Ordered In This State 1918
No General Sway Of "Flu" Locally 1918
No Grippe Ban 1918
No Immediate Need For Quarantine, Says Health Department 1918
No Improvement At Lynchburg 1918
No Improvement At Newark 1918
No Improvement In 'Flu' Epidemic 1918
No Improvement In Epidemic Is Seen In Reports 1918
No Improvement In Influenza Seen 1919
No Improvement Shown In Influenza Situation 1918
No Increase Noted in Cases of "Flu" 1918
No Increase Noted in Influenza Cases by Health Officials 1918
No Influenza Among Pigs, Declares Expert 1919
No Influenza At Camp Travis Is Surgeon's Report 1918
No Influenza At Chillicothe 1918
No Influenza Cases 1918
No Influenza Death For Second Time 1919
No Influenza Deaths 1919
No Influenza Epidemic Feared In New Orleans 1918
No Influenza Here 1918
No Influenza In City, Asserts Dr. Sharpley 1918
No Influenza In City, Health Manager Says 1918
No Influenza On This Side Of Bay 1918
No Influenza Reports 1919
No Jewish Services 1918
No Jury Trials Until November 11 1918
No Kansas Side Decision 1918
No Known Cure For Influenza Biggs Declares 1918
No Lessening Of Cases Of Scourge 1918
No Lessening Of Flu Regulations 1919
No Let Up In Influenza Campaign In City 1918
No Let Up in Spread of Flu in State 1918
No Let Up Seen Of Grip In Watervliet 1918
No Let-Up In The State 1918
No Letup In Fight On Flu In This City 1918
No Longer An Epidemic 1918
No Marked Change Noted In Influenza Situation In City 1918
No Mask Law For SF, Supervisors Decide; Flu Ordinance Defeated By 9 To 7 Vote 1918
No Material Change In "Flu" Situation 1918
No Meeting Tomorrow 1918
No Meetings In Masonic Temple All Next Week 1918
No More Influenza At Fort Douglas Prison 1918
No More Information About Case Of Influenza At Barracks 1918
No More Provisions To Be Made For Interned Women 1918
No More Public Funerals 1918
No More Remedy For Flu; DeBow Shuts Down Lid 1918
No More Smoking Cars for Chicago 1918
No Move To Lift The Ban 1918
No Need For Alarm 1918
No Need of an Influenza Panic 1918
No need of panic, federal expert on epidemics says 1918
No Need To Worry Over Influenza 1918
No New "Flu" Cases Reported 1919
No new "movies" till influenza ends 1918
No New 'Flu' Cases On E. Side; 2 Deaths Occur 1918
No New 'Flu' Cases, No Deaths Listed 1919
No New 'Flu' Cases, Report From Venice 1918
No New Cases 1919
No New Cases At State Hospital 1918
No New Cases Here 1918
No New Cases in Epidemic; Record Since Nov. 17 1919
No New Cases Of Flu Are Reported In City During Last 24 Hours 1918
No New Cases Of Influenza Reported 1918
No New Deaths From Influenza 1918
No New Flu Cases Up To 12 Yesterday 1918
No New Flu Epidemic Is Threatened Here 1918
No New Influenza Cases in This City 1918
No New Influenza Cases Reported At City Hall 1918
No New Influenza Cases Reported in New Orleans 1919
No New Influenza Cases This Morning 1918
No New Influenza Deaths Reported 1919
No New Rules on Sugar or Flour Sales 1918
No Nurses, But Nurse Tells What to Do 1918
No Occasion For Alarm Here Over Influenza Cases 1918
No Occasion for Panic 1918
No Open-Air Services 1918
No Outbreak Here 1918
No Overcrowded Cars 1918
No Overnight Deaths Reported From Influenza 1918
No Parade And No Election But Loan Goes In One Day 1918
No Plans For Making Up Time In The Schools 1918
No Prayer Meetings Because Of Epidemic 1918
No Protestant Church To Hold Sunday Service 1918
No Public Gathering Yet 1918
No Quarantine Exists in City of Cincinnati 1918
No Quarantine Here Against Influenza, Says Dr. Starkloff 1918
No Quarantine Is Contemplated 1918
No Quarantine Now Exists at McClellan Against Birmingham 1918
No Quarantine! 1918
No Reason For Alarm In Influenza Increase 1918
No Reason To Shut Down City 1918
No Recurrence Of Epidemic Looked For 1918
No Regular Meetings While Flu Prevails 1918
No Relaxation In Flu Fight 1918
No Relaxing Of Health Vigilance 1918
No Relief From Influenza Order 1918
No Report Is Given Of New Flu Cases 1919
No Report On "Flu" 1918
No Report Today On "Flu"; Health Office Closed 1918
No Reports On Influenza 1918
No Respecter Of Persons Here 1918
No Rest For City Health Officials 1918
No Return Of Epidemic 1918
No Schools This Week, Kahn Holds 1918
No Serious Case At Clemson College 1918
No Services In Churches Sunday 1918
No Services Today 1918
No Sign Influenza Epidemic Has Passed The High Point 1918
No Sign Is Seen Of Petitions For Removal Of Ban 1918
No Signs Influenza Siege Is Anywhere Near An End 1918
No Slackening Rules Till Scourge Passes 1918
No Spanish "Flu" Found In St. Paul 1918
No Spanish Influenza Here; "Cooties" Attack School Kids 1918
No Spanish Influenza in City, Says Guilford 1918
No Spanish Influenza In Oakland 1918
No Spanish Influenza Reported Here As Yet 1918
No Special Sales During 'Flu' Scare 1918
No Spitting 1918
No St. Paul Flu Deaths In Last 24 Hours 1918
No State Fair This Fall 1918
No Statement By Board Of Health 1918
No Store-Closing Order 1918
No Strap Hangers On Street Cars; Anti-Flu Order 1918
No Sunday School 1918
No Sunday School On Account Of Influenza 1918
No Sunday Schools Nor Auxiliary Meetings 1919
No Vacation For Teachers 1918
No Wakes to Be Held During Grip Epidemic 1918
"Nonessential" crowds barred in epidemic war 1918
Nonessential Nurses Called 1918
North Providence 1918
North Shore Church Services Suspended 1918
Northrop School Girls Give Free Time to War Work 1918
Norwood Ban Lifted 1918
Norwood Situation 1918
Not All Churches To Be Closed Tomorrow 1918
Not Bad In Spartanburg 1918
Not Counting Influenza, We Know of One Ban That Can't Be Lifted — Ban Johnson 1918
Not In Its Jurisdiction 1918
Not Influenza Epidemic? 1918
Not Much Change In Grippe Epidemic 1918
Not Much Change In Influenza Situation 1918
Not Much Change In Influenza Status 1918
Not Much Influenza In Cartridge Plant 1918
Not One Death From Influenza During The Night 1918
Not One Death; Only 25 Cases Of Influenza 1918
Not Over 2,500 Now Ill, Says Health Officer 1918
Not Ready To Lift Flu Quarantine 1918
Not Single Death From Pneumonia Or "Flu" Reported 1918
Not Single Influenza Case In Overnight Health Report 1919
Not Spanish Influenza 1918
Not The "Flu" After All 1918
Not To Lift Ban For Several Days 1918
Not To Lift Ban On City Within Week Is Decision 1918
Not To Observe Columbus Day 1918
Not to Open Until Oct. 7 1918
Not To Raise Ban Till Danger Past 1918
Notable Decrease In Influenza Cases And Burial Permits 1918
A Notable Year In Health Work 1919
Note Decrease In Influenza Cases 1918
Noted Churchman Celebrates Mass 1918
Notes taken at the meeting of the Women's Municipal League held at the Murray Hill Hotel, Monday, January 20, 1919 1919
Notice (adopted December 4, 1918) 1918
Notice (adopted December 6, 1918) 1918
Notice (December 2, 1918) 1918
Notice of Postponement, No Annual Meeting In November 1918
Notice of Quarantine 1918
Notice of the Board of Aldermen 1918
Notify Relatives Of Serious Cases 1918
Notre Dame Auxiliary Helps To Relieve Epidemic Sufferers And Their Families 1918
Notre Dame Institutions Offer Their Fullest Facilities To Fight Epidemic 1918
Nov. 10 May End Influenza Ban 1918
Nov. 16 Fixed For Raising Ban Against Crowds 1918
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November - December, 1918 1918
November Makes New Record 1918
November Opening Of New Orange Season 1918
Now Influenza Hits Coal Men 1918
Now Let's Get Together On This Quarantine And Be Fair; Make No Enemies 1918
Now Out Of Danger 1918
Now That All Outdoor Meetings Are Barred 1918
Now We Hate The 'Flu' Worse Than We Ever Did Before 1918
Number of Cases Of Influenza Increase 1918
Number of Dead At Lowest Mark 1918
Number of Grippe Deaths Fall Off 1918
Number of Influenza Cases Show an Increase in Ohio 1918
Number Of Influenza Cases Show Decrease 1918
Number Of Influenza Cases Shows Increase 1918
Number Of New Cases Increased In Denver 1918
Number of New Influenza Cases Reported Indicates Epidemic Is Relaxing Grip 1918
Number of New Influenza Cases Shows Decrease 1918
Number of New Influenza Cases Shows Decrease 1918
Nuns Aid In Nursing Influenza Patients 1918
Nurse Aides In Army Are Called 1918
Nurse Committee Reports, Visiting Nurses (Toledo, OH) 1918
Nurse Dies From "Flu" 1918
Nurse Dies In Fight On Grippe 1918
Nurse Dies of Influenza 1918
Nurse Victim Of Pneumonia Contracted Tending Soldiers 1918
Nursed Won't Walk Out Now 1918
Nurseries Eager to Aid Post-Influenza Cases 1919
Nursery Closed As Emergency Hospital 1918
Nursery Taken Over By Women 1918
Nurses' Aides Recruited for Service Abroad 1918
Nurses' Aides Will Take Practical Training At County Hospital 1919
Nurses And Aides Sorely Needed In Army Hospitals 1918
Nurses And Help Needed At Emergency 1918
Nurses Are Called To Fight Influenza 1918
Nurses Are Commended 1918
Nurses Are Greatly Overworked; Many Victims Of Epidemic 1918
Nurses Are Needed 1918
Nurses Are Needed by Red Cross Here 1918
Nurses Are Needed To Fight "Flu" 1918
Nurses Are Urged To Offer Services In Behalf Of Cause 1918
Nurses Attend 850 Grip Cases 1918
Nurses, Autos, For Emergency Service Needed 1918
Nurses Badly Needed for Mining Region 1918
Nurses, Bedding, Food, Taken To Stricken Homes 1918
Nurses Being Enrolled For War On Influenza 1918
Nurses' Bureau Is Opened 1918
Nurses Bureau To Open Today 1918
Nurses Called For To Fight Influenza 1918
Nurses Care For Plague Victims 1918
Nurses Co-operating With Health Officials 1918
Nurses Come Like Ray Of Sunshine 1918
Nurses Fighting "Flu" 1918
Nurses Glad To Serve 1918
Nurses, Go Today To Sherman 1918
Nurses Heroic in Influenza Epidemic: Boston City Hospital Trustees Are Grateful 1919
Nurses Hurrying to Boston 1918
Nurses In Need Of Volunteer Aid 1918
Nurses' Meeting Hit By Epidemic 1918
The Nurses Must Enroll 1918
Nurses Need Cars For Health Visits 1918
Nurses Needed All Over State 1918
Nurses Needed as 558 New Influenza Cases and 9 Deaths Occur 1918
Nurses Needed At Home 1918
Nurses Needed For Flu Victims 1918
Nurses Needed for Influenza Cases in City 1918
Nurses Needed In Fight Here Against Flu 1918
Nurses Needed In Many Homes 1919
Nurses needed now in many Chicago homes 1918
Nurses Needed To Combat Grip 1918
Nurses Needed To Fight Epidemic 1919
Nurses! Nurses! Heed This Call 1918
Nurses Offer To Aid Check Epidemic 1918
Nurses On Duty To Report 1918
Nurses Ordered From This City 1918
The Nurses' Record Published by the Class of Nineteen-Nineteen of the University of Pennsylvania Training School for Nurses 1919
Nurses Relieve 1,760 Flu Cases 1919
Nurses Respond 1918
Nurses Respond To Appeal 1918
Nurses Respond To City's Appeal 1918
Nurses Review Flu Situation 1919
Nurses Send Out S. O. S. Call 1918
Nurses Still Need Food And Motors 1918
Nurses! Uncle Sam Asks Your Aid in This Influenza Crisis 1918
Nurses Urged To Register 1918
Nurses Wanted On Influenza 1918
Nurses Wanted to Combat Influenza If Disease Comes 1918
Nurses Wear Gauze Face Coverings As Precaution Against Influenza Germ 1918
Nurses Wear Influenza Masks 1918
Nurses Will Render Aid To All Influenza Cases 1918
Nursing Course Opens 1918
Nursing Guild Needs More Autos 1918
Nursing Problem 1918
Nursing Rules in Scourge Issued by Health Officials 1918

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