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If it be true that the physicians have...

From the August 1884 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Odd Fellow's Magazine

If it be true that the physicians have plenty to do attending to imaginary ailments, it is equally true that the sick have plenty to pay for imaginary cures.— Odd Fellow's Magazine.

A doctor, writing to a New York paper, deprecates the publishing by the press of cases of hydrophobia, as he said, in nine cases out of ten, the fear of the disease brought it on.

"Put your life in the spirit, and not in the body, and you will find it as young and fresh a century hence as it is to day. —

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