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March 19, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(12):975-982. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550380055007

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Hospital Sold.  —The directors of the Physicians and Surgeons College and Hospital, Little Rock, have sold the hospital connected with the institution to Dr. E. Meek for $48,800.

State Society Meeting.  —The Arkansas State Medical Society will hold its annual convention in Little Rock, May 3-6. Dr. Morgan Smith, Little Rock, is secretary of the organization.

Personal.  —Dr. Ernest G. Epler, Fort Smith, has returned after a year abroad.—Dr. Thomas E. Holland, Hot Springs, announces that he has associated with him in business his son, Dr. Estill D. Holland.—The residence of Dr. William E. Hughes, Pocahontas, with almost all its contents, was destroyed by fire, February 17.—Dr. Daniel C. Carroll. Tillar, is reported to be seriously ill in Eureka Springs.

Saline County Physicians Elect.  —Saline County Medical Society, at its annual meeting in Benton, February 28, elected the following officers: President, Dr. Daniel N. Fisher, Benton

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