1916 December 15 Eva Hartsock
TO* DAILY TOWS, 10 DIPHTHERIA CASES BETTER Officer Also Says Health Conditions In County Good. Health conditions In Frederick county were today pronounced ly i*r. Bernard O. Thomas, county heulth of- fleer, to be good, with no more dlph- 1 therla prevailing now than is usual at this time of the year. On Tuesday Eva Hartsock. tha two-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harttock. 684. room Tub- the of the winds end t cold the died at the homo of her parents, near LeGore, of diphtheria. The place u=Â» been quarantined, and the funeral. wh'ch took place the same duy the child dlod. was private. Mrs. Clarence A. McBrlde and her sister. Miss Maggie Wood, of New Market, who also had diphtheria, havo about recovered, and the house is now being fumigated. Dr. Thomas said be knew of no 1067. at ths All diphtheria cases in the clt. "In the, county health conditions are as good as at any other year at th's time," he said, "and the number of diphthcr- la cases is no greater than Is usual for this season." Big Drop In Wheat; Flour Down. | ! C.