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One Man's Enthusiasm
"I would shed my last drop of blood for Christian Science," said M. Scott Thompson. "I want to give my testimony for Christian Science, and I came to Detroit from Toledo to-day for the express purpose of doing so. At last I thought I couldn't spare the time, but my wife, God bless her, made me ashamed. She said, 'Didn't Christian Science save you? And can't you spare one day in its defense?' And I took the next train, and here I am."
Mr. Thompson came directly to the office of the News-Tribune. He is a hale and hearty man of perhaps fifty-five years of age. His face is of a healthy hue, and his hair and beard streaked with gray. His eye is bright and his tread firm and vigorous. That he should have ever been given up as a dead man on account of heart trouble is hard to realize. However, he tells the following story:
To the Field
Septimus J. Hanna
BY AN INVESTIGATOR.
with contributions from Chris. S. Ritter, J. M. Booker, J. W. Saunders, W. J. Stansfield
Letters in the Boston Traveler
with contributions from Thos. Townsend, Henry D. Nunn
with contributions from William R. Rathvon
From Other Standpoints
with contributions from A. S. Wheeler, Hyde
Metaphysics: the New Cult
BY EX RAE.
Questions and Answers
with contributions from F. M. Bristol
BY ADELE HULL WOLFE.
For What it is Worth
Grateful for the Lesson Sermons
with contributions from Annie Lane, J. F. M.