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Death of Mrs. Sarah Collings.—
The death of Mrs. Sarah Collings, the esteemed wife of Dr. Samuel P. Collings, Hot Springs, is reported. Mrs. Collings has been ill for several months, and her death is a severe shock and a distinct loss to the community, and the cause of deep grief to her many friends in Hot Springs and elsewhere.
Dr. Fred Roberts, Lake City, has been elected president; Dr. Rufus W. Ratliff, Jonesboro, vice-president, and Dr. Charles M. Lutterloh, Jonesboro, secretary-treasurer, of the Craighead County Board of Health.—Dr. John P. Brown, Rogers, who has been seriously ill, is reported to be improving.—Dr. S. F. Walker, Texarkana, has been notified by the attorney general that he is entitled to his license to practice, having complied with the provisions of the act of 1903. —Dr. Charles H. Cargile, Bentonville, was thrown from his buggy in a runaway a mile
Medical News. JAMA. 1910;55(24):2070–2076. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330240048017
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