Library for Sanatorium.—
The people of Little Rock have made a liberal response to the appeal for the establishment of a library at the Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Booneville. More than 100 volumes were donated on the first day of the appeal, and it is intended that a permanent library shall be established. It is also suggested that magazine subscriptions be donated.
Dr. Harry C. Stinson, Little Rock, superintendent of the State Hospital for Nervous Diseases, has notified the Board of Trustees of State Charitable Institutions that he would not accept reelection for another term and asked to be released from duty at the expiration of his present term of office.—Dr. Sterling B. Gammill, Branch, fell from his baggv, November 29, fracturing three ribs.—Dr. L. O. Hunter, Branch, has moved to Chismville.
Physicians' Club Election.—
At the meeting of the Physicians' Club of Monmouth, December 2, Dr. Chauncy