Prayers and Drugs

Toledo (O.) Blade

The declaration of Dr. J. F. Baldwin of Columbus, before the temperance committee of the senate, interest every one. Dr. Baldwin said that "nineteen twentieths of all the cases a doctor is called upon to treat would get well without a doctor."

It is very refreshing to hear so frank a declaration from a man of such eminence in his profession as is Dr. Baldwin. The discussion was upon amending the Stockwell bill to allow Christian Scientists to accept money for their prayers for the sick.

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