Martin Gaughen Dies in Spanish Influenza Outbreak 1918

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ad- Men support party administration is EPIDEMIC ATJORTH BEND Fifteen Deaths nt That Place Reported Reported Front Spanish Inflnenza In Past F"e-»r ~Daya. FREMONT, Neb., Oct. 3D.--At North Bend, where the epidemic of the Spanish. influenza has -prostrated the town, four more deaths, all of prominent citizens, occurred inside of five hours last night. The four victims are: Mrs. William Miller, aged thirty-three. daughter of Postmaster Newsom and sister sister of Editor Joe Newsom of the North Bend Eagle. Martin Gaughen, aged thirty-two', proprietor proprietor of the Clyde store. Clara Bell Acorn, aged twenty-two. , graduate of high school and teacher in Howells schools. I Rmrna Peters, aged seventeen, junior in high school. Poctors and nurses have been summoned summoned from Omaha to help combat the epidemic. There have been'fifteen deaths in North Bend. The .Natural 3lan. (Houston Postl The girl who can cook well never steer? the young: man she likes to the piano

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  1. Lincoln Journal Star,
  2. 19 Oct 1918, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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