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pretty Boys' PHYSICIANS MEET past expected She un- this de- it did pianos good as is now it be found during stu- possible regis- aid the once to the is col- Cod- Special Session of the Physicians Jk and Surgeons of the Huron gÂ£ District The special meeting of South Dakota 'hjsidans and Surgeons which convened t Huron was called to order at the arlors of the Huron Commerciid Club at ten o'clock a. in. of September llth, 1907. WÂ» Dr. A. E. Clough, of Madison, S. ivas elected president, and Dr. II. Den- nian was elected secretary. Upon roll call the following physicians and surgeons were found to be present: Dr. A. E. Clough, Madison. Dr. H. Denman, DeSinet. Ir. A. C. Stokes, Omaha, Neb. Dr. A. J. Black, Estelline. Dr. L. G. Hill, Watertown. Dr. W. J. Bcnner, Willow Lake-. Dr. E. Jay demons, Aberdeen. Dr. H. H. Frudenfeld, Madison. Dr. Files, Madison. Dr. F. M. Grain, Redficld. Dr. C. B. Mallerj', Aberdeen. Dr. G. I. Kheiralla, Lake Preston. Dr. Hofer, Toronto. Dr. Crawford, Castlewood. Dr. Templeton, Woonsocket. Dr. Houseman, Dell Rapids. Dr. O'Brian, Watertown. Dr. Scanlin, Volga. Dr. J. F. Barthel, Winfred. Dr. A. C Stokes, Professor of Genito- Urinary Surgery in the Nebraska Uni- versity of Omaha, Nebraska, read a interesting paper on "Prostatectomy." This paper was discussed by Dr. Crain, of Redfield, Dr. Blaet, of Estelline, Dr. Hill,* of Watertown, Dr. Denman, of DeSmet, and Dr. Clough, of Madison. J|Dr. A. E. Clough, of Madison, read paper on "Psychologic Suggestion as u Remedy for Disease.,' This paper was ably discussed by Dr. Stokes, of Dr. Crain, of Redfield, Dr. Black, of Estelline, Dr. Clcmmons, of Aberdeen, and others. Dr. L. G. Hill, of Watertown, read paper entitled "Do Tonsils' and Ad- noids' Return After Removal." This paper was discussed at some length Di. H. H. Frudenfeld, of Madison others. Dr. E. J. Clemmons read a paper titled "Uterine Polopei." A general dis- cussion followed the reading of this most members participating. Dr. Crain read a paper on "Intestinal Tuberculosis," that elicited much scien- tific discussion. "Summer Diarrhoea of Children" was the title of u very valuable pajer read by Dr. H. Denman. Discussion upon this paper was free and instructive. Dr. Van Buren Knot, of Sicux City, was expected to present a paper on "Intestinal Anastuniosis," but was pre- vented by circumstances over which hid no control. (i'Jr-VJ' '*Â»- The utmost of good feeling prevailed, ui.d it was pronounced by all present be- one of the most interesting state ings ever held in the state, and much sentiment prevailed in favor or holding another meeting at same place at future time. pf-iMfS*^*" 'Â· A vote of thanks was tendered to Professor Stokes for interest displayed ami for the presentation of his valued The following r solution was adopted: "Resolved, that we hereby memorialize tl.e South Dakota State Medic.il Society tc place in nomination at it^ annual meeting candidate- for apjxjintment :is -Â·embers of the State Board f Health Examiners " In this existence ilry anil wet Will overtake the best of men, Some little skift o'rlouils'll sliet The sun off now and then, Anil sometimes will If e your womlertn who You've fool like lent your umbiell to Anil want it. out'II pop the fun. And you'll be glad you haint got none. Solan. No further business appearing, the meeting was adjourned, sine die. Signed H. Denman, Sec. A. E. Clough, Pres.