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February 5, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(6):473-480. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550320051008

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ARKANSAS 

Contract for Sanatorium Awarded.  —The contract for the erection of the buildings of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Booneville, have been awarded to an Ozark contractor for $26,564. The contract provides for the erection of an administration building, one ward room for 24 patients, two cottages each accommodating 8 patients, four cabins, two eight-room cottages, and five tent houses.

Society Meetings.  —At the annual meeting of Sebastian County Medical Society in Fort Smith, Dr. Dred R. Dorente was elected president; Dr. J. Homer Buckley, vice-president; Dr. Clark S. Wood, secretary, and Dr.Charles W. Garrison, treasurer, all of Fort Smith.—Greene County Medical Association, at its meeting in Paragould, January 10, elected the following officers: Dr. Paul L. Dickson, Paragould, president; Drs. George T. Hopkins, Paragould, and Jones H. Lamb, Beech Grove, vice-presidents; Dr. Olive A. Charles Wilson, Paragould, secretary-treasurer, and Drs. Robert J. Haley, Felix M. Scott, and James G. MacKenzie,

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