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United States Judge Hook in a case tried before him at Wichita, recently declared the Kansas prohibition law unconstitutional, inasmuch as it involved interference with the freedom of interstate commerce.
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Annual Church Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Mother Church The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
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Wonderful Engineering Feat

American brains, American enterprise, and American mechanics are now engaged in erecting in India one of the highest bridges, if it is not the highest bridge, in use by any railroad in the world, says the Philadelphia Telegraph.
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Editor of The Advertiser:—
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In his introduction of Judge Clarkson, who delivered a lecture at the Grand Opera House at Marion, O.
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"Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: and yet I say unto you, That Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.
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Opinions differ respecting the merits of Christian Science in the treatment of disease, but it is quite evident that prosecutions of Christian Science healers like that in progress at Topeka, Kan.
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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 annual Communion service of the Mother Church was observed on Sunday, June 3, 1900.
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The By-law which appeared in the 13th edition of the Church Manual as section 1 of the Article XXXII.
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Among the Churches

The First Church of Christ, Scientist, occupied its new edicice, formerly the Chestnut Street schoolhouse, Sunday, May 20, when the service was held at half past ten o'clock, and Sunday School at twelve.
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The Lectures

William G.
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Nearly every Christian Scientist has been confronted with retorts of sceptics, when cases of healings, as related in the Field, have been repeated to them.
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Overcoming Temptation

These words of Jesus, "Get thee behind me, Satan," mean a great deal more to us as Christian Scientists than they ever did before.
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We have been in Paris nearly a month, and have grown to love the little Science meetings very much The two Scientists at the head of the work here seem very earnest, loving, and loyal.
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<div class="inline-quote"> &lt;div class="inline-quote"&gt; &lt;p&gt;Say, is your lamp burning, my brother?
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Distribution of Literature

It may be interesting to learn something of the good being accomplished in spreading the truths of Christian Science by placing our literature in the railroad depots.
Testimony of Healing

Christian Science brought Many Blessings

The writer of the following testimony came to Cedar Rapids some six years ago in a mover's wagon, or what is known here in the West as a "prairie schooner.
Testimony of Healing

Much to be Thankful for

We as Christian Scientists have much to be thankful for.
Testimony of Healing
Almost two years ago a neighbor invited me to attend a lecture on Christian Science, and I promised her I would.
Testimony of Healing

From a Trained Nurse

I have been helped in so many ways by Christian Science I hardly know where to begin to tell of my blessings.
Testimony of Healing

A Child's Demonstration

I would like to give a little testimony which may help others in realizing this wonderful Truth which our dear Mother has given us.
Testimony of Healing
Through Christian Science I have been relieved of a great fear of the future, a fear that no kind of persuasion or reasoning could even mitigate.
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May 20 was the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Stephen Girard, the wealthy Philadelphia merchant who founded and munificently endowed Girard College, that great institution for the support and education of orphan boys.
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Circumstances make it necessary again to request our co-workers throughout the Field to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—

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