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An effort was made in the Maine Legislature to have the prohibition amendment to the State constitution resubmitted to the people.
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Eros, the minute planet discovered by De Witt of Berlin, August 13, 1898, returned to view last September, after completing the cycle of visible positions it offered then, and is about to be lost to view again.
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The Lectures

At a largely attended meeting at the Opera House Tuesday evening.
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There are nearly 50,000,000 acres of national forest reserves in this country, and for their conservative management.
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In response to a request of recent date I would submit reasons why Christian Scientist consider their religion an important factor in every walk of life; and especially so in that of the business man.
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The following testimonies were given at a recent Wednesday evening meeting, at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Dayton, O.
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Christian Science

The following letter was republished from the Weekly Chronicle in a recent number of the London Daily Mail, and kindly sent us from London by a Christian Scientist.
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Under the above heading we clip the following from the Chicago Times Herald:—
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Christian Science Healed Her

Lyons, January 30.
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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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Something New

All the Churches of Christ, Scientist.
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Church By-law

Amend Article XX.
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In Answer to Prayer

In a recent issue of The Saturday Evening Post, Rollin E.
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The following remarks of Hon.
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Christian Science and Insanity

The following appeared in the editorial columns of the Troy.
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A Card of Thanks

The following card of thanks which appeared in the St.
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A correspondent from Topeka sends us the following regarding the medical bill passed at the recent session of the Kansas legislature.
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Among the Churches

The dedication exercises of the new church edifice at the corner of Ninth and North Streets of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Logansport, occurred yesterday.
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Teaching a Young Lark

J.
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The Gift of God

This humble, landlocked marsh may knowThrough all its winding water-ways,In pulsing tides that come and go,The thrill of ocean's joy and praise.
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"Be Courteous"

In the first Epistle general of Peter "an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the strangers [those "chosen" of God, who had been dispersed by persecution] scattered throughout Pontus," etc.
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"Lest we Forget"

In Rudyard Kipling's Victorian Ode, entitled, "Recessional," each verse has the refrain, "Lest we forget—lest we forget!" Lest we forget from whence we came,—lest we forget whither we are tending in our journey from sense to Soul!
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Hope

Does the path seem dark and dreary,Limitless the reign of night?
Testimony of Healing
My husband had, for years, been a sufferer from rheumatism and its attendants, kidney and heart trouble; the latter so pronounced that he was unable to walk a single block with ease.
Testimony of Healing
When, three years ago, I was refused by an insurance company on account of Bright's disease, I did not at first credit the medical examiner.
Testimony of Healing
The article "A Child's Faith Rewarded," which appeared in the Sentinel of January 3, reminds me of the beautiful work our little ones do.
Testimony of Healing
When a child my eyes became so bad I had to be in a darkened room most of the time for a year.
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In an article in the (Unitarian) Christian Register a writer says: "What is there material in algebra, in geometry?
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We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—

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