Roden Diptheria 7 Jan 1898

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Roden Diptheria 7 Jan 1898 - OFFICIAL REPORTS. The following reports have...
OFFICIAL REPORTS. The following reports have been filed with the board: W. E. Everson, Health Officer at Elk Grove, in his quarterly report deals with the matter of the Roden family, iwo miles from Elk Grove, the members of which were afflicted with diphtheria in August. The family were properly provided provided for and the premises quarantined. Two of the children'died. All closets and cesspools in Elk Grove had been ordered disinfected. He went away in September and J. N. Andrews fulfilled the duties of Health Officer during during his absence. The report of J. N. Andrews shows there was one death there from diphtheria, diphtheria, and the premises were properly quarantined for the ten days required. There had been no other cases. There M ere four other deaths during the quarter, quarter, one e~-h from old age, general debility, debility, appendicitis and consumption. [ certij Fredj j I j con[

Clipped from The Record-Union07 Jan 1898, FriPage 3

The Record-Union (Sacramento, California)07 Jan 1898, FriPage 3
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