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Sincerity is the highest quality of good manners.
The following recipe is recommended to those who wish to acquire genuine good manners:—
Of Unselfishness, three drachms; of the tincture of Good Cheer, one ounce; of essence of Heart's-Ease, three drachms; of the extract of the Rose of Sharon, four ounces; of the oil of charity, three drachms and no scruples; of the infusion of Common Sense and Tact, one ounce; of the Spirit of Love, two ounces.
The mixture to be taken whenever there is the slightest symptoms of selfishness, exclusiveness, meanness, or I-am-better-than-you-ness.—Selected.
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Theodore Roosevelt, John Hay
with contributions from James Alvin Clark
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A Remarkable Case
with contributions from Jay Scott
Among the Churches
Ida May Rust with contributions from Mary J. McCartney, Metta M. Poynter
Reflecting the Light
BY LOUISE E. LITZSINGER.
BY BLISS KNAPP.
BY ALICE C. CHURCHILL.
Words of Gratitude
BY ALICE E. GUTHRIE.
About the Reading Rooms
BY A. L. K.
The Twilight Bell
BY A. T. HOWE.
Found Help in Christian Science
J. A. Barris
Creeping Paralysis Healed
O. R. Jones
Made Every Whlt Whole
Grateful for Christian Science
L. G. M.
When I came into Christian Science I was an invalid
with contributions from James B. Dunn, Rufus Ellis, Sweetser, James Buckham