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July 20, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(3):251-256. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530030055011

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Abstract

ILLINOIS. 

Sanatorium Enlarged.  —A contract has been let for a building to accommodate 10 additional patients at the Edward Sanatorium, Naperville, bringing the capacity of the institution up to 25 patients.

Smallpox.  —Smallpox is reported at Belvidere, Iroquois, Winslow, Mechanicsburg and Thomasboro. At Mechanicsburg no quarantine has apparently been enforced, and the smallpox patients have been mingling with others not affected with the disease.

Personal.  —Dr. John F. Keefer has been elected president; Dr. Charles Parker, vice-president, and Dr. Stephen A. Allen, Rock Falls, secretary-treasurer, of the Sterling and Rock Falls Physicians' Club.—Dr. P. S. Weidman, Edwardsville, was found unconscious in his room July 9, and is still critically ill. —Dr. James M. G. Carter, Waukegan, has moved to Chicago. Society Incorporated.—The Woman's Medical Society of the State of Illinois has been incorporated by Dr. Marion K. Bowles, Joliet, and Drs. Sara C. Buckley and Bertha Van Hoosen, Chicago. The

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