About the year 1886 Christian Science first came to me with sufficient force to compel my attention. A gentleman of high business standing, who for several years had been slowly but surely passing down the well-traveled road of tuberculosis, suddenly, in the fall of the year, took the train for Chicago, instead of California, as was his custom.
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