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—Lauderdale County Medical Society at Florence, December 3: president, Dr. L. W. Desprez; secretary-treasurer, Dr. R. M. Davis, both of Florence.—Etowah County Medical Society at Gadsden, December 4: president, Dr. A. W. Ralls; secretary, Dr. M. P. Hughes, both of Gadsden.—Madison County Medical Society at Huntsville, December 2: president, Dr. James F. Burnam; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Edgar Rand, both of Huntsville.—Jefferson County Medical Society at Birmingham, December 2: president, Dr. Henry Silas Ward, Birmingham.
—Drs. J. C. O'Gwynn and W. C. Jones, both of Mobile, have returned from Europe.—Dr. J. E. Leach, Gadsden, while making a professional call, November 27, was attacked and beaten.—Dr. W. S. Haddox, Arnold, was shot from ambush recently but is expected to recover.—Dr. Earle Drennan, Birmingham, has been appointed division surgeon for the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.—Dr. Thomas Hughes, Russellville, fractured his left leg and sustained other serious injuries in a runaway
Medical News. JAMA. 1912;LIX(24):2161–2170. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270120146024
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