One cold, rainy day, January 20, 1897, an old gentleman about seventy-two years of age, entered my store to have his spectacles repaired. The first I said to him was, "How dare you venture out in such a bad day?" he replied, "I have no fear of weather," and added, "I am trying to live the life of a Christian Scientist; but am very young in Science yet.
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