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Always Praised by Press and People?
REV. CHESTER WOOD
442 N. WASHINGTON AVENUE
A NEW MAN IN A NEW WORLD
or Religion and Science in Life of Today.
THE DIRECTION OF DESIRE
or Practical Psychology for Making a Happy Life.
Two Lectures by Chester Wood
From some Press notices:
He is a prince of orators and holds his hearers spellbound.—
Journalist, N. Y. City.
A wonder worker.—
Free Press, Detroit, Mich.
Original thought expressed with power and beauty.
News Tribune, Detroit, Mich.
Well known throughout the state as a successful writer and speaker.—
State Republican, Lansing Mich.
He is interesting, witty, logical and brilliant.—
Journal, Lansing, Mich.
His address caused more favorable comment than any heard here before.—
Daily Moon, Battle Creek, Mich.
Audiences were more than pleased.—
Daily Enquirer, Battle Creek, Mich.
From individual testimonials:
I am much interested and pleased with your work. Richard Watson Gilder, Editor The Century.
Your Hermit Thrush comes very near being a perfect poem.— William D. Howells.
I like your verses, they are true and simple.—John Burroughs.
Greatly pleased with your charming book.—Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
The depth of thought and
its sincerity has pleased and helped me.—Henry Van Dyke, Author and United States Minister to The Netherlands.
I am greatly pleased with your poems, they are very true and sweet, by all means publish them and send me proofs.—M. F. Egan, Author and United States Minister to Denmark.
As a preacher he is not excelled by any within my knowledge. His sermons are replete with original thought, and he always gives us something to carry away. Any one hearing him is to be congratulated.—Dr. A. T. Metcalf, Battle Creek, Mich.
A cultured gentlemen of wide attainments. Any Lecture Bureau will be fortunate in securing his services.—Edwin C. Hinman, Battle Creek Mich.
One of the most marked and distinctive characteristics of his discourses was the effect they had in implanting in the minds and hearts of his hearers germ thoughts, which of their own inherent force impelled to higher and nobler aims, desires and aspirations, and a more earnest and determined effort to do one's full duty in every relation of this life, and to strengthen and build up our faith and hope in the life to come. This effect has been very noticeable among the younger people who had the good fortune to hear him.—(Judge) Jessie Arthur Battle Creek, Mich.
We cherish the memory of his work, and all the sweetness of his friendship.— Dr. Houghton, in Kalendar of The Little Church Around the Corner, N. Y. City.
A Great Many More Can be Given.
Only a Few Engagements Accepted.
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442 N. WASHINGTON AVE. LANSING, MICH.
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