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We herewith publish interesting extracts from a vigorous article by Dr. Delap, a prominent homœopathic physician of Kansas City, by way of protest against proposed medical legislation in Missouri. Much of his argument is good anywhere, and the whole is well worthy of perusal. The proscriptive and inquisitorial character of this kind of legislation would have done credit to the Roman Inquisition. Manifestly the medical trust is one of the serious menaces of liberty and free government in these days of growing monopoly.
Following are the extracts:—
What our Leader Says
MARY BAKER EDDY
Reply to Dr. Huber
with contributions from S. J. Hanna
The Little Church Built by Children
Ira C. Hubbell
Words of Gratitude
with contributions from Henrietta E. Chanfrau, Julia Tomlinson, Jno. H. Wheeler
with contributions from Editor, T. M. Gilmore
with contributions from Frank English
To constantly absorb the good things that appear with each...
Jay G. Robinson
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Florence E. Fullerton
I recall a time, when in stepping down from a stool in...
Henry F. Whittier
We have a church membership of seven; have held services...
M. A. Worthington
Stanzas on Freedom
James Russell Lowell