August Zagel, The Ft.Wayne Sentinel, 23 July 1902, Wed. p.4 Smallpox

August Zagel, The Ft.Wayne Sentinel, 23 July 1902, Wed. p.4 Smallpox - I, SMALLPOX PATIENT MAY DIE AUGUST ZAOEL'S...
I, SMALLPOX PATIENT MAY DIE AUGUST ZAOEL'S CONDITION EX. I TREMELY CRITICAL. Hanna Street Man Who Returned From the Wert Ha Disease in Severest Form. By far the most severe case of smallpox observed in Fort Wayne in recent years is that from which Au gust Zagel is now suffering at hi home, 1115 Hanna street, and physicians physicians stated this morning that his recovery is a matter of very grave doubt. Zagel, it will be recalled, returned to the city on a Wabash train Sunday Sunday evening after a vacation trip of two weeks spent in ths west. - He had been 111 for several days, but not seriously, and was amazed when the physicians pronounced the case smallpox During the days preceding preceding his retuin Mr, Zagel had visited a iiumb'r of western towns, tiaveled on railroad trains, stopped at hotels and indulged in the luxury of a Tuiklsh bath, so that theie was an cy:eltentppoTtnntTyforthe syreadt of the disease S,r.ce his return to Fort Wayne the mo't ligid quarantine has been enforced The ease has been severs float the (list and the physician In attendance eaid this morning that while 'Zngel might recover, piesent indications were very unfavorable and h would not be surprised at the patient's deathat any time. Zagel's condition is critical

Clipped from The Fort Wayne Sentinel23 Jul 1902, WedPage 4

The Fort Wayne Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana)23 Jul 1902, WedPage 4
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