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September 21, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(12):787-789. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470380057005

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[Because of the large amount of Educational matter, and likewise of that on the death of the President, a considerable portion of our regular Departments has been crowded out.]

ILLINOIS.  Dr. Andrew H. Kimbrough, Danville, is seriously ill as the result of a paralytic stroke.The new hospital at Elgin, which was to have been opened September 1, by the Sisters of St. Joseph, is not yet ready, and the opening has been postponed indefinitely.Smallpox is reported from East Hillsboro, and from Champaign County near Tolono. In the first case the infection is supposed to have been received at Alton, and in the second at Peoria.

Chenoa Doctors Raise Rates.  —At a meeting of the physicians of Chenoa it was decided that to be in harmony with the physicians of McLean and Livingston counties all fees charged would be the same as agreed upon by the medical societies of

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