A Remarkable Cure

The Sheboygan (Wis.) Telegram

The Christian Scientists of the city are citing the case of Mrs. L. Daharsh of Cascade, as an example of the efficacy of that means of cure. The circumstances as related are as follows:—

Mrs. Daharsh was stricken on October 9, 1897, with sciatic rheumatism, from the effects of which one of her legs became so swollen she was unable either to use the foot or wear anything on it. During the summer of 1898 she could get around by the aid of crutches, but was in very poor health. In this time she had received the attention of four doctors, but could get no relief. She remained in the same condition until the second week in January, 1899, when she weaned her baby. Immediately after, she was taken worse, and was confined to her bed for five weeks. The doctors at last said they could not tell what ailed her and it was a very bad case. She was told by a friend of the cures performed by Christian Scientists. She summoned a healer from Sheboygan and after twelve treatments, during a period of less than six weeks, she was healed. Mrs. Daharsh is now in excellent health and enjoys walking wherever she pleases, and can wear her shoes the same as ever. On March 29 she went to Cascade, and April 2 went to Hingham an enjoyed the ride as well as any one.

The facts in this case are given publicity at the request of Mrs. Daharsh, whose gratification at being cured is such that she desires that all others similarly afflicted may avail themselves of the same means of cure.

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May 4, 1899

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