I was raised by strict members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
For some time past it has seemed to me that the subject of Christian Science should be presented to the dental profession, and I have eagerly scanned the Journals monthly, with the hope that some one better qualified than I had given us a paper on this subject; but, being disappointed, and feeling that this is a matter which would be of great benefit to all dentists in their daily work, I therefore beg the privilege of giving my experience, in the hope that it may be the means of causing many to investigate, and thereby to profit as I have done.
The interest which has been taken in Christian Science in this city for many months, and which has constantly been on the increase, has resulted in a movement that promises to be successful for the establishment of a permanent organization in South Bend.
It is almost five years since Christian Science was introduced in this county by an ardent believer and worker for the cause of Christ-Truth, Miss Rebecca Parry of Scranton, Pa.
I was the weakly one of the family, and the ordeals of school life, teaching, disappointments, and an injury received on the school ground culminated in invalidism.
Through the Journal I would like to thank Mrs.
I enclose herewith a note for the Field.
The attention of the Field is called to the following church rule: