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The death of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy removes from...
Ottawa (Kan.) Daily Republic
The death of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy removes from the arena of human activity one of the brightest and strongest minds that the world has produced. Believers in the doctrines of Christian Science revere Mrs. Eddy as almost divine, while unbelievers are compelled to acknowledge the force of her wonderful personality. The Founder of a new religious system who can in a single generation mold the thought and win the allegiance of nearly a million intelligent people must be accorded credit for exceptional genius. This Mrs. Eddy did. She established a religious society noted the world over for its sincerity and zeal, and one which, in all probability, will be a monument to her name for many generations to come.
JUDGE CLIFFORD P. SMITH.
SCIENCE IN BUSINESS
CARL HORTON PIERCE.
A WORLD MOVEMENT
MERCY M. GAGE.
THE ONE AIM
CLARA A. COWLING.
"FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS"
CHARLES A. BLAKE.
STONES FOR THE TEMPLE
JOSEPH B. BAKER.
I SAW IN THE EAST A STAR
MARY J. ELMENDORF.
"LIVES OF GREAT MEN"
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
TWENTIETH CENTURY MAGAZINE
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from J. L. Penry, W. S. Moor, John E. Lautner, William K. Sheldon
In September of 1900 I was suddenly and unexpectedly...
Gertrude M. Barnes
With the kindly assurance that "God is no respecter of...
Henry L. Lorion
I have been positively cured of rheumatism and a skin...
It is with the hope that my experience in Christian Science...
Katherine G. Tiegs
Gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me...
Molly T. Allured
Myself and family are not Christian Scientists and know...
G. W. Hizer with contributions from Clark E. Colton
I am truly grateful for Christian Science, because of...
Enna B. Smith
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Maude A. Nichols with contributions from J. W. Henson, Lida Henson
The words of the wise woman in II. Samuel, "Yet doth...
I am very thankful to testify to what divine Love has...
John J. Thomas
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Henry A. Atkinson, H. C. Ledyard, A. Lyle De Jarnette, R. J. Campbell, George Batchelor