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In these, the closing days of the contest for the presidency, supreme effort is being made by each of the political parties to stir up interest in the issues involved.
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Peary's ship, the Windward, should by this time, unless some untoward accident has happened, have reached the explorer's winter quarters at Etah.
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Has the Star of Bethlehem appeared again?
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Clergy and laymen will be interested in knowing that through the diligent search of Representative Lacey of Iowa, what is known as the "Jefferson Bible" has been brought to light.
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The Lectures

Sunday afternoon, October 21, Judge Joseph R.
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The Typewriter as a Teacher

Within the past twelve months nearly three million dollars' worth of American typewriters have been shipped to different parts of the world.
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Louis Blanc, the eloquent Frenchman, lost his voice, not as Falstaff did, "with halloing and singing of anthems," but through dread of an English audience.
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On page 143 of this issue of the Sentinel will be found a list of publications, issued by The Christian Science Publishing Society, which, on account of the low price at which they are issued, are especially adapted for free distribution.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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"The Christian Science Board of Lectureship Of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mass.
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When Solomon became king over Israel the Lord appeared unto him in a dream by night and said, "Ask what I shall give thee.
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Among the Churches

At various times visiting Scientists had held services in Berlin, Germany, in their apartments, but as they were here only as students or travelers, no permanent work was established until one year ago, when a loyal student came and opened regular Sunday and week-day services and a Sunday School.
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Wednesday Evening Meeting at Galveston, Tex.

At the first Wednesday evening meeting held in First Church of Christ, Scientist, Galveston, Texas, following the disaster of September 8, the First Reader requested testimonies as to the particular thought which upheld the Scientists through the hours of suspense while in the seeming "valley of the shadow.
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From Mr. Howe

Editor of the Sentinel.
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To-Day

Dear heart, yours is to-day,Fill it with work;Dream not the hours away,Nor duty shirk.
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Criticisms of Christian Science

Occasionally we read of persons who have made but a superficial investigation of Christian Science, or perhaps have no knowledge of it except hearsay, who condemn or ridicule what they do not understand because it is different from their beliefs.
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Love's Day

A Most interesting event in the history of Christian Science in the West was the lecture delivered by Mr.
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The thought has presented itself: Do young Scientists fully realize that, in Christian Science, treatment does not change the condition of a person from illness to health, but that they simply reveal and bring out the perfection which always existed, though clouds may have hidden it from sight?
Testimony of Healing
I was very bitter in my opposition to Christian Science, and thought its followers the most deluded of all mortals.
Testimony of Healing
Whence?
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science came to my notice in an hour of sorest need when all else seemed to have failed.
Testimony of Healing
I have been impelled for some time to write and express my appreciation of the many helpful thoughts which come to me each week, through the columns of the Sentinel.
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Saved from Despair

Only three short months ago I was a scoffer at Christian Science with a profound pity for those deluded souls who believed that it was demonstrable.
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This lamp through all the tedious nightOf life, shall guide our way;Till we behold the clearer lightOf an eternal day.
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The Outlook says, in an article on "Learning from Life:" "One often hears the remark made that life goes hard with a certain person; when that person's life is analyzed it will almost always appear that it is characterized more by stubbornness or by sheer resistance than by acceptance and willingness to be taught.
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