CASE OF BONE HEALING

In the summer of 1888 I received a telephone message to come quickly to the residence of one who had been a patient, and who lived over a mile from us. It was not on the streetcar line, so I had to walk. Not knowing the illusion for which I was called, I declared the absolute statements of Christian Science all the way.

On my arrival I found the call was on account of a compound fracture between the elbow and wrist of a very restless, active boy, between two and three years of age. When it occurred two of our most skilful surgeons and medical practitioners were passing, and were called in. They put his arm in splints and bandages, and said he would have a high fever that night, and made the usual decrees of continued inharmony to the mother. When I reached the house the child was quietly asleep, and passed the night without fever, either then or afterwards.

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AN OLD NEWSPAPER
December 1, 1898
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