In December, 1918, while at work in a shoe factory where...

In December, 1918, while at work in a shoe factory where I am employed, I was taken suddenly with such severe pain that for a moment I became nearly unconscious. At my request a taxi was called. I reached home about eleven o'clock. At twelve a physician came and diagnosed my case as acute appendicitis and advised an immediate operation. He declared the disease had reached a stage where an operation was absolutely necessary to effect a permanent cure. I told him I would think it over. I then had a Christian Science practitioner called, with the result that I slept well that night and gained health and strength from the first moment that treatment was given. I have had no return of the trouble.—T. T. Gage, Binghamton, N. Y.

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