My little boy three years old was attacked in the night with dysentery, which by the next day at noon became bloody. The same afternoon I had a severe attack of old-fashioned fever and ague. My husband took us both to a Scientist of Grand Rapids. Baby had a great deal of fever on the way there, but began to sweat as soon as treatment began, and from that moment was well. I only had so slight a touch of ague the next day as hardly to be noticed. I think this a great deal, as popular mortal belief in quinine for ague is so strong.— Grand Rapids, Mich.