History: Small-pox Nutting farm 1873
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----Source: The Clark County Press Date: 12-8-1873

Another case of small-pox has appeared, this time at the Nutting farm, about six miles north-west of this place. The patient is a boy about nine years old, a relative of the Nuttings, who contracted the disease on the journey recently made by the family to this county. The child is getting along nicely, and will soon be well. The proper precautions have been taken to prevent the spread of the disease.



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