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The seventeenth annual report of the United States Civil Service Commission shows that during the past year 46,763 were examined, of whom 35,025 passed and 9,889 of these received appointments.
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Tuesday, August 20, was Concord's day in New Hamphire's Old Home Week celebration.
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In one feature of the public service the British are far ahead of us, and that is their mail deliveries.
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Editor of The Macon Telegraph.
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Mr. Hering to Rev. Crawford-Frost

To the Editor of the American.
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At the last meeting of the city government, a letter was read from ex-Governor Frank W.
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Few of the many visitors to Concord, who enjoy so much the charming drive cut to Pleasant View, with its macadamized road, well-kept lawns, flowers, and shrubbery, imagine that the Rev.
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The citizens of Bow started the twentieth century Old Home week celebration with one of the largest bonfires in the state on Pleasant View hill—named on the first eve of Old Home week, 1901, in honor of the Rev.
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My Thought of God

God is my Life, and God is good,And in His goodness I'll rejoice;His care supplies my daily food,He guides me with His loving voice;And day by day my way I'll wendTo Him, my Father and my Friend.
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A generation ago Russell Sage was a leading figure in financial affairs in New York as he is to-day.
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The annual message of the Rev.
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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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Solomon said, "There is no new thing under the sun.
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The above is the name of a weekly denominational newspaper published in Fulton, Ky.
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Under the above caption the Daily Mail of London, England, has recently published a series of three interesting articles by the Earl of Dunmore, which we herewith gladly republish.
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Brotherhood

That plenty but reproaches meWhich leaves my brother bare,Not wholly glad my heart can beWhile his is bowed with care.
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A Lesson from Truth

Not long ago a lesson came to me in the form of a dream, which proved so helpful that I send it to the Field in the hope that others may be benefited thereby.
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Be ye Faithful

In obeying this mandate man reaps a blissful recompense for well doing.
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A Word in Season

I have often heard people say that if they could write well they would send their testimonies to the Journal or Sentinel without further delay.
Testimony of Healing
Many times when the Sentinel has come, just at the right time, with the helpful word, either in poem, prose, or testimony, I have thought, "I must send a few words to tell those dear people how I am helped.
Testimony of Healing

Healed by Christian Science

A good report of healing has come to me from a dear student living in a rural district.
Testimony of Healing

Epilepsy Healed

In walking to town I often passed a little shoe shop, and noticed the owner, a young man, who attracted me at first by a fancied resemblance to a younger brother.
Testimony of Healing
At this time, when so many are rejoicing over the privilege which has been theirs of visiting our dear Leader at her home in Concord, N.
Testimony of Healing
A case of the healing of a broken limb that came under my observation proved to me the power of Truth, not only to myself, but to all those interested.
Testimony of Healing
I overturned a tea-kettle of boiling water on our little daughter, severely scalding both feet.
Testimony of Healing
I feel that the time has come for me to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me, and to thank all the writers of the Journal and Sentinel for the beautiful thoughts they send us through those periodicals.
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Religious Items

A writer in The Congregationalist and Christian World has the following to say on "What is the Matter with the Congregational Minister?
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Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.

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