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May 27, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(21):1691-1696. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500480039016

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Smallpox at Arcola.  —An outbreak of smallpox is reported at Arcola, and an inspector of the State Board of Health has been sent there with instructions to see that adequate precautions against the spread of the disease are observed.

Children's Hospital Ready.  —The new Cook County Hospital for Children, erected at a cost of $80,000, was formally opened for inspection May 23. The president of the Board of County Commissioners and the warden of the hospital made short addresses.

Personal.  —Dr. W. C. Blankmeyer has been appointed bacteriologist of the State Board of Health.—Dr. August R. Reder, Aurora, has been appointed surgeon for the Burlington System.—Dr. Herman A. Brennecke has succeeded the late Dr. Courtney L. Smith as surgeon for the Chicago and Northwestern Railway at Aurora.—Dr. Henry Hatch, Quincy, who has been suffering from a serious illness, is reported to be improving.

Carroll County Frowns 

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