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Description: Three Boys Arrive in NY for Rabies TreatmentDate: March 22 1895
Newspaper published in: Starke, FL
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 2
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News from all Parts of the State Summarized
A New York special says: Johnny and Willie Davis and Willie Anderson, the three boys who arrived from their home at Macclenny, Baker county, Florida, at the Pasteur institute for treatment for dog bit, are reported to be doing well. Immediately upon their arrival at the institute Dr. Gibier made an examination of their wounds and inoculated them all without delay. So far the doctor says there are no symptoms of hydrophobia except nervousness, which is a feature of every case.