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General Pearson, formerly an officer in the Boer army, has made an appeal direct to the President in an effort to stop further shipments of horses and mules and munitions of war from American ports to South Africa for the use of the British army.
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The well-known words, "The shadows lengthening as the vapors rise," probably express man's earliest notion of measuring time, says the London Standard.
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In a recent number of the official Postal Guide the third assistant postmaster general gives notice that the Pan-American series of postage stamps will be ready for delivery to postmasters, "the latter part of April.
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Among the treasures of a Swiss museum, inserted in the top of an old-fashioned pencil case, is the tiniest watch ever constructed.
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The Lectures

Dr.
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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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It is not correctness of opinion that constitutes rightness, but that condition of soul which, as a matter of course, causes it to move along the lines of truth and duty—the life going forth in motion according to the law of light: this alone places a nature in harmony with the central Truth.
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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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Mrs. Eddy's Successor

In a recent interview which appeared in the columns of the New York Herald, the Rev.
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It is very gratifying to all Christian Scientists, to note the number of competent witnesses who are voluntarily offering their testimony in refutation of mis-statements and misrepresentations which, through ignorance or prejudice, have been made of our faith.
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Christian Science does not mean that we shall lead lives of indolence and ease.
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Among the Churches

The need of more suitable quarters for the literature of Christian Science and a commodious place in which it may be investigated and studied has resulted in the admirably arranged and attractive rooms of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in the Andrus Building.
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Look, love, how the woods are all mistyWith purple and gray!And the soft mellow wind has a touchOf enchantment to-day.
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Christian Science is so imperfectly understood by many of those who oppose it as to make their criticisms valueless to those people who have learned even a little of the teachings of this new-old doctrine.
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Perhaps few people realize the character of the Wednesday evening meetings that are held by the Christian Scientists in their hall in the Hughes Block.
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So many people have tried their hands at a definition of religion that I will also attempt it.
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Heredity

In daily traveling to and from the city I have been impressed, by bits of conversation dropped near me, with the strong hold which the belief in material heredity has upon mankind.
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Separating the True from the False

Christian Science has come to the world as a mirror wherein man may behold his true image and reflection and learn his true relation to God.
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A Little Child shall Lead Them

In the message to the Mother Church, June, 1900, our Leader says, "A child can measurably understand Christian Science, for, through his simple faith and purity, he takes in its spiritual sense that puzzles the man.
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Unveiling the Statue

A few months ago I found myself comparing the process of work in treating a patient to the unveiling of a statue.
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Time

"If I had time!" This exclamation is one frequently made.
Testimony of Healing
Something over three years ago I was a resident of Beaumont, Tex.
Testimony of Healing
I enclose an interesting account of a case of healing, as related by the mother of the little girl referred to.
Testimony of Healing
It is now almost four years since I came into Christian Science through the healing of my eyes of astigmatism, for which I had worn glasses for seven or eight years.
Testimony of Healing
To me, Christian Science is truly the pearl of great price.
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Every minute is a to-morrow to the minute that goes before it, and is bound to it by the same duty-roots that make every moment one with eternity; but there is no more occasion to bind minute to minute with the knot-grass of anxiety, than to ruin both to-day and the grand future with the cares of a poor imaginary to-morrow.
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The Boston Transcript says: "There is in Havana a church that cost above $50,000, in which religious services have never been held.
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Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.

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