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November 29, 1918

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The Red Cross continues to knit, sew and prepare packages for the soldiers and refugees of Europe. The Great Lakes Camp band will accompany President Wilson to the peace talks in Paris. The influenza still has a grip on South Dakota, killing Ira Shauf age 34 and Lillian Chapman (25). Cod Kimball claims his onions prevented deaths in his family from influenza.

Source: “The Onion Preventative,” The Herald Advance, Milbank, South Dakota, November 29, 1918. Page 1, Column 5.

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