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Move Against Illegal Practitioners.
—Five members of the Etowah County Medical Society, Gadsden, filed a complaint in circuit court, July 15, seeking to prevent F. C. McLosky, a chiropractor, from further practice. This move is said to be part of a state-wide campaign against all kinds of irregular practitioners. Last month quo warranto proceedings were filed against M. R. Ferguson, Attalla, who, it is reported, claims to be a "sarcologist."
Missouri Pacific Health Train.
—A twenty-four day health educational campaign was begun, July 20, when the Missouri Pacific health special arrived at Fort Smith. About 400 people in this small city heard the lectures and saw the exhibits, most of which are being used in a campaign
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