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Okanogan (Wash.) Independent

For a rapid-fire succession of misleading statements about Christian Science it would be difficult to find the equal of the pamphlet recently distributed in your community, in which a minister attacks a man of straw of his own making and calls it Christian Science.

The pamphlet mentioned was written in 1903 and makes statements which even the author might not make again at this date, because events have proved them groundless. Thus the author states his belief that Christian Science is a scheme for enriching the Founder. Since the statement was written the fact that practically the whole of Mrs. Eddy's estate is devoted to the spread of the wholesomeness of Christian Science over the world has become public property, and is known to any one who takes the least care in informing himself on the subject. People everywhere are being blessed by the missionary activity of the writings of Mrs. Eddy and of the periodicals founded by her; these are to be found in public libraries, church lending libraries, and other places where they are placed by those who are carrying out Mrs. Eddy's directions in the disposition of her estate.

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