Hugh Klug of Conway will not soon forget an experience he had with the health authorities at Jamestown. Mr. Klug arrived from Conway with the intention of visiting a brother of his at the asylum. He stopped at the Wisconsin house and as his face looked somewhat like that of a person in the early stages of smallpox it was not long before the health officers were on his trail and Sunday he was landed in the detention hospital all by his lonesome. Later he was joined by Attendant Lattimer.

Afterward it was decided that the eruption on Mr. Klung's {sp} face was due to a close shaving and he was allowed to go on his way. He was glad that the case was not one of smallpox. After a visit with his brother he will return to his home at Conway.

Bismarck Tribune, 3/5/1902

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