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State Society Meeting.
—The Arkansas Medical Society meets in Little Rock, May 13, 14 and 15. under the presidency of Dr. Charles C. Stephenson, Little Rock.
—The new Florence Infirmary, Pine Bluff, was turned over to its lessees, March 1. The building is a three-story brick structure, containing 46 rooms, and has been constructed at a cost of nearly $20,000. Dr. Arthur C. Jordan is in charge of the institution and Dr. John S. Jenkins is his assistant.
—Dr. Thad Cothern, Walcott. recently took a poisonous tablet by mistake, and is still suffering from the effects. —Dr. Henry N. Dickson, Paragould, sustained a broken leg in a runaway accident, February 24.—The barn of Dr. William H. Moorhead, Stuttgart, and contents, valued at over $3,000, was destroyed by fire, March 12.
State Medical Society Meeting.
—The Medical Society of the State of California will meet April
Medical News. JAMA. 1908;L(14):1128–1132. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530400040014