In November, 1907, my son was taken with distress in...

In November, 1907, my son was taken with distress in his stomach and bowels. A doctor was called, and he diagnosed the case as a dreaded fever and said that he consifered him a very sick boy. He called again before night, saying that all we could do was to watch and wait, and that the fever must have its usual run of fourteen or twenty-one days. After ten days of medical treatment the case was given to a Christian Scientist, and the boy was healed of the fever in a very short time, and by absent treatment. I immediately commenced giving him solid food without any bad effect, and in a short time he was out on the street, with all trace of his sickness gone except loss of flesh. I thank God for divine Science, which helped us in this hour of trouble.

Mrs. H. G. Ridby, Auburn, Me.

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October 31, 1908

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