Indpls, News, 11/14/1906, p. 18

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Indpls, News, 11/14/1906, p. 18 - FOUR OF ONE FAMILY ILL: .. . Wm. Bonnefleld...
FOUR OF ONE FAMILY ILL: .. . Wm. Bonnefleld Only Member Who Has Escaped Typhoid Fever.' Four members of the family of William Sonnefleld. a Pan-Handle, Pan-Handle, Pan-Handle, enfflnenian, SS JefTereon aTenue, have been stricken with typhoid fever, and there la danger of hl elghteen-months-old elghteen-months-old elghteen-months-old elghteen-months-old elghteen-months-old baby " fallinr m of the aarae dlseaM. Mrs. Sonnefield haa been ill for three weeks. Part of the time she was In a very serious condition. condition. The attending physicist- physicist- Is of the opinion that Mrs. Sonnefleld's Ulnes hn passed Its critical stage and that she will The illness which has seized every member member of the family with the exception of Mr. Sonnefield befmn, It Is thoujrht. when the baby was . sick a few weeks ago. When the infant had almost recovered. Mrs. Sonnefleld was stricken with a dls-cuse dls-cuse dls-cuse that proved to be typhoid fever. Soon afterward her daughters. May. sixteen sixteen year old, and Grace, fourteen years oK, fell 111 In t similar manner and are yet in a, serious condition. Last Wednesday another daughter, Edna, sis years old, was sfnt home from school with symptoms that pointed strongly to typhoid fever, She Is the only one who has not hern compelled to no to bed. and on her depends -the -the care of the Infant. Mr.. RonnefU'Id is compelled -to -to remain at work and haa been at home only at 'r-reerular 'r-reerular 'r-reerular Intervals during the illness In ti': family. It Is believed all the patients will recover :

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 14 Nov 1906, Wed,
  3. Page 18

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