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Five hundred and sixty teachers will sail on the transport Thomas for the Philippines July 23.
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Chicago as a Seaport City

It would seem that the United States, with its extensive coast line on the Atlantic and Pacific and its numerous harbors from Maine to Florida and from Washington to southern California, had already a sufficiency of seaports, but there are citizens of Chicago who seem to think otherwise, and who have given evidence of their faith, not only in their city but in the future of this country, by building and launching several steamers for salt water service.
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Changes in State Capitals

Most of the states have made a change in their capitals, a number of which are almost forgotten.
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It is generally conceded that education is not a pouring in, nor a storing away of information in the human mind, but rather the drawing out and setting in motion of the latent capabilities of the individual; that it is the building up and rounding out of true character,—cherishing and expanding those primal elements of real manhood and womanhood that make for righteousness, that enable one to be and to do that which is highest and best.
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There seems to be a strange misconception as to the teaching of Christian Science.
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A new form of application blank for membership with the Mother Church has been prepared, which can be had by applying to the clerk, 30 Norway Street, Boston, Mass.
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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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An Interesting Letter

Early in June the Hon.
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The teaching of Christian Science is the teaching of Christianity pure and simple.
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There is a wide distinction between overcoming evil and overlooking evil.
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The New York Journal of Sunday, July 7, publishes an interesting account of the visit of Christian Scientists to the home of Rev.
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Whether our good friend, The Watchman, a Baptist journal, is aware of it or not, the sentiments contained in the following articles—"A Sunny Disposition," and "The Sanctity of Home"—are in exact accord with the Christian Science doctrine.
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Mrs. Conger not There

We gladly republish from the New York Journal the following self-explanatory letter of Mrs.
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For some time past the members of the congregation of the Christian Science denomination, known as the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, whose place of worship is on Main Street, between McKinney and Lamar Avenues, have felt the necessity of making arrangements for larger quarters, as for several weeks many were compelled to stand during the services.
Poem
Over the field when the day is fair,The sower scatters the seed abroad,Stays not to mark where it falls, his careBut to leave it with his God,Who sendeth the rain and the sun's bright rays,And a hundred-fold in the harvest days.
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Method

Right method means success.
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The Annual Communion Season

For three consecutive years it has been my privilege to attend the Annual Communion service in the Mother Church, and each time I have returned home with a happier heart, and with renewed animation and determination to do better work in the Master's vineyard.
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The Undivided Garment

It is sometimes complained of Christian Science, that its teachings fail to recognize good outside of its own especial domain and its own followers.
Testimony of Healing
It is now over three years since I began to investigate Christian Science, and what have I found?
Testimony of Healing
A ray of Truth and Love so bright shone into our home in June, 1900, that ever since I have felt I must write and tell of it.
Testimony of Healing
Through reading and receiving much benefit from the many testimonies published in Journal and Sentinel, I am frequently reminded of my own failure to relate some of the benefits I have received through Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing

Grateful for Light and Peace

I have long felt it my duty to tell at least a part of what Christian Science has done for me.
Testimony of Healing
It is now almost two years since Christian Science was first brought to my notice as a curative agent.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science brings all that is good.
Testimony of Healing
I did not come into Christian Science through physical healing, but through a great sorrow.
Testimony of Healing
The Journal and Sentinel bring so much that is helpful to our home that I feel it a duty to give a little in return for all the good received.
Testimony of Healing
Before coming into Christian Science an attack of headache, fever, and sore throat would appear about four times a year, and I would be kept from school for nearly a week.
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Religious Items

We republish from the Examiner.
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Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.

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