Two Cases of Smallpox.
Edgar and Hazel Hawkins, whose father, Bert Hawkins, was sent to the contagious pavilion of the City Hospital several days ago suffering from smallpox, have both taken the disease and were removed to the City Hospital.
“Two Cases of Smallpox,” The Indianapolis Journal (Indianapolis, Indiana), 26 April 1900, p. 11, col. 7; digital image, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ : accessed 3 February 2015).
TWO MORE CASES.
Bert Hawking Refuses to Go to the Is-
Dr. C.E. Ferguson diagnosed two suspected cases of smallpox yesterday, and found that both the patients were suffering with the disease. Bert Hawkins, aged twenty, living at 1337 West Ohio street, is one of the patients, and he declined to be removed to the isolation hospital. He lives with his brother, who has a wife and three children, and all have been placed under quarantine. H. C. Peterson, living at 503 Dougherty street, is the other patient, and he consented to be removed to the isolation hospital. The house was quarantined. He was exposed to the disease recently, as his family is intimate with other families where smallpox cases recently developed.
“Two More Cases,” The Indianapolis Journal (Indianapolis, Indiana), 14 April 1900, p. 8, col. 4-5; digital image, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ : accessed 3 February 2015).