IN these times, when the democratic system of government has been under unprecedented attack, is it not well for those who enjoy the privileges of democracy to take stock as to their worthiness of the priceless boon of citizenship with free peoples?
IN a world weary with war, burdened with taxation, confused with conflicting or corrupt political policies—its difficulties often met with indifference or indignation—seeking within itself a way out of its self-imposed ills, in such a seeming world where shall we turn for a fresh outlook on events and find a remedy for its apparent ills?
The Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy announce publication of a card entitled "A Christmas Message," bearing extracts from the article "Christmas, 1900," on pages 256 and 257 of "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" by Mrs.
Clayton B. Craig, Committee on Publication for Ohio
In an article dealing with the subject of mental suggestion which appeared in a recent issue of the Times-Signal, the implication was made that Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, taught and practiced the use of mental suggestion.
At the time I first heard of Christian Science, over forty years ago, I was much interested in the activities of an orthodox church, and was inclined to oppose and even ridicule what I had heard of the teachings of Christian Science.