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The late Sherman Hoar was undoubtedly a man of extraordinary character. His independence of thought was well illustrated by this incident: He early became a free trader, while his father, the Hon. E. Rockwood Hoar, had, all of his life-time, been an ardent protectionist. The father, by way of rebuke to the son, said to him, he thought it was strange that one so young as he should know so much more about the tariff than one who had made it a life study. Quickly replied the son, "Father, I began where you left off."
His self-sacrifice in going to the care of the soldiers and personally nursing them, whereby he contracted the fever which resulted in his demise, indicates a high order of patriotism. Christian Scientists cannot but regret that he had not had sufficient understanding of the Science of health to have protected himself against such a result.
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OUR DUTY TO NATIONALIZE
Rev. Dr. Lamson on the War's Problems.
with contributions from John F. Linscott
SCIENTISTS AND NEWSPAPERS
BY HERBERT S. FULLER.
ONLY A BELIEF
REV. IRVING C. TOMLINSON.
They sawed off his arms and his legs,...
In August, 1897, Muriel, aged four years, received an...
Louise Sherwood Andrews
Always delicate from childhood and subject to frequent...
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Mary Baker G. Eddy
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