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January 29, an audience of over seven hundred gathered at Hodge Opera House to listen to a lecture delivered by Judge William G. Ewing of Chicago, under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist. The lecturer was introduced in a pleasing manner by Senator T. E. Elsworth of this city. Visiting Scientists from Buffalo, Tonawanda, and Niagara Falls were in attendance.—Correspondence.
The large audience which greeted Judge Septimus J. Hanna of Boston, at the Opera House Sunday afternoon, February I, was as representative in intelligence, fairmindedness, and non-prejudice as any audience which has ever greeted a lecturer in El Reno.
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Christian Science Saves the Bible
What Christian Science is Not
W. D. McCrackan
The Teaching of Sound Doctrine
Albert E. Miller
A Distinction with a Difference
David B. Ogden
The Laborer is Worthy of his Hire
Medicine and Science
James A. Logwood
Speak and Do
Mary C. Billings with contributions from Geo. R. Lowe
with contributions from F. H. Coit, Charles Beard, Frank A. Walker, Osborn, Oliver E. Branch, John F. Montignam
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Practical Trust in God
E. H. M.
The Golden Mean
"Am I my Brother's Keeper?"
F. B. HOMANS.
Among the Churches
with contributions from A. M. Vallert
My last dose of material medicine was taken July 10,...
Hallie Norvell Hard
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
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