book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,"
I again took them off. Since that time, though I have been
in the courts reporting, and reading fine notes frequently,
I have experienced no difficulty with my eyes.
WILLIAM A. SMITH, Wilmington, Del.
Dear Mrs. Eddy: — We have been studying "Science
and Health with Key to the Scriptures" for a year, and
I cannot tell you how much it has done for us; giving us
health instead of sickness, and giving us such an under-
standing of God as we never had before. Christian
Science was our only help two weeks ago, when our baby
was born. My husband and myself were alone. I dressed
myself the next day; commenced doing my work the
third day, and am well and strong. It must be pleasing
to you to know how much good your work is doing.
KITTIE BECK, Elmwood, Cass Co., Neb.
I was a helpless sufferer in August, 1883, and had been
so for many years. The physicians said I had cancer
of the uterus. I heard of your book, "Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures," bought a copy, began read-
ing it, and a great light seemed to break through the
darkness. I cried aloud in joy, "This is what I have
been hungering for, these many years!" I studied it
closely, and healed myself and several of my friends be-
fore I had taken instruction of any teacher.
MRS. S. A. McMAHON, Wyandotte, Kans.
I was healed thoroughly of the belief of chronic hepati-
tis and kidney disease, by reading "Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures." I have never, to this day,
had the slightest return of it.
J. P. FILBERT, Council Bluffs, Iowa
You, dear Mrs. Eddy, have saved my life, through
Science and Health; and I feel that the patients healed
through me should give the first thanks to God and to
you. — MRS. D. S. HARRIMAN, Kansas City, Mo.
How grand your book, "Science and Health with Key
to the Scriptures," is! It is a translation of Truth. No
amount of money could buy the book of me, if I could not
get another. No matter what suffering comes, physical
or mental, I have only to take Science and Health, and
almost invariably the first sentence brings relief. It
seems to steady the thought. I do not think any student