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Mr. John C. Higdon, a prominent lawyer of St. Louis, Mo., in an article recently published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, thus testifies of his own healing through Christian Science.
For twenty-three years I was an inveterate user of tobacco, smoking some days fifteen cigars and chewing between times. For fourteen years I suffered with dyspepsia or indigestion, accompanied finally by ulceration of the stomach, causing untold agony. I exhausted every approved remedy that physicians prescribed or friends suggested. I purchased medicines at wholesale rates. Finally one physician frankly told me he could not cure me. I tried the following remedies: Horseback and bicycle riding, walking, cold and hot baths, wood sawing, punching the bag, travel, sea baths, famous mineral waters, and mountain climbing. I steadily grew worse.
Items of Interest
with contributions from William McKinley
Not Matter but Spirit
MARY BAKER EDDY
with contributions from Cora E. Downer, Mary Bridgers, Dora F. Maybee, Lena Reagan, L. A. Watres, J. C. Burrows, General Attorney Sedgwick, Geo. W. Veale, Heman S. Fay, Mortimer J. Higley
Interview with a Physician
with contributions from John Russell Lefever
Practise what you Preach
BY WILLIAM LEANDER POST.
M. F. W. with contributions from J. B.
Saved from the Operating Table
Mora N. Frear
John C. Higdon
Science and Health in the Public Library
William Lyman Johnson
Stephen A. Chase