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William J.
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THE recent action of the State of California in appropriating $250,000 to purchase a tract of redwood forest near Santa Cruz for a public reservation has aroused interest in every part of the country, perhaps nowhere more than in this city, where for years an intelligent body of treelovers have urged the necessity of some such step if any part of the redwood lands was to be preserved to future generations in its original glory.
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THE popular names of the states are as follows:—Alabama—Cotton state.
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One of the most notable scientific discoveries in a century is claimed by an electrical engineer now in this city.
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The Lectures

Victory Theatre was crowded to its doors last evening.
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MANY hundreds of millions of women have lived and died happy because of the work that Jesus did for women.
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Worthy of His Hire

To the Editor of The News and Courier:— Your issue of the 7th inst, gives publicity to certain editorial comments of the New york Evening Sun in reference to Christian Science.
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Correspondence

UNDER the above heading there appears the following interesting article in The Onlooker, a publication of London, Eng.
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The following clipping from an exchange.
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WILL subscribers to the Christian Science Quarterly take note of the label on the cover of the last number received.
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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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As the water lily reveals its matchless beauty upon the surface of the stagnant pool and finds its beginnings in the unsightly mud beneath, so out of the depths of an era of moral debasement has not infrequently sprung the most fragrant blossomings of spiritual aspiration.
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One of the most important decisions respecting the legal status of Christian Science practice was handed down April 14 by Judge Eugene S.
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Among the Churches

Services of the Third Church of Christ, Scientist, were held yesterday.
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Love's Work

Ours the sowing and the weeding and the reaping to be done,God's to send His showers of blessing and His warming sun.
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On Tuesday one of my little girls was bitten by a dog.
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The Bible

In "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mary Baker G.
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Uncovering and Destroying Sin

At no period in the progress of Christian Science has the earnest student felt more the need of thorough individual work than now.
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Seeds

ONE day in passing through our garden we plucked some seeds from a morning glory vine, carried them over to the side of our summer house, and planted them in the ground.
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In time to be...

In time to be Shall holier altars rise to thee,—Thy Church our broad humanity!
Testimony of Healing
"A Few Suggestions" by F.
Testimony of Healing

One Year in Christian Science

It is not always easy to account for mortal mind motives.
Testimony of Healing

A Teacher's Testimony

For seven years I have been enjoying the benefit of the demonstrations given in the Journal without to the Field my sincere gratitude for them and for the helpful articles in both Journal and Sentinel.
Testimony of Healing
I was very much interested in an article in the Sentinel a few weeks in relation to reading the smaller works of Mrs.
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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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