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In a monograph on "The Conditions of the United States," issued by the Bureau of Statistics, it is stated that our area has grown from 827,844 square miles in 1800 to 3,025,600 square miles in 1902, exclusive of Alaska and the islands of the sea.
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Mrs. Stowe's Brunswick Home

Brunswick is the site of Bowdoin College, the bestknown and best-equipped seat of learning in the Pine Tree State, which in proportion to its population has given to the world more than its share of literary men and women.
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THE story of the "rice belt," which extends four hundred miles through southern and central Louisiana and south eastern Texas, from the banks of the Mississippi to beyond the Brazos River, varying in width from twenty to fifty miles, is not unlike the story of wheat-growing Kansas.
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Fashions in Physic

The changing fashions in remedies may be the result of rapidly changing fashions in diseases and the frequent appearance of new diseases, which may, after all, in some cases be only old diseases with new and more formidable names.
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The cork forests of Spain cover an area of 620,000 square miles, producing the finest cork in the world.
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Conservation of the Moments

Are not the moments the tiny joints in the harness through which the darts of temptation pierce us ?
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Editor of The Herald.
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Hourly Benefits of Christian Science

Many have a belief that the principal, if not the exclusive purpose of Christian Science, is to heal bodily ills.
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For Good and Against Evil

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Announcements

"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," printed from new plates, with lines numbered, and with important revisions by the author.
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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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Recognition of the central fact of the universe; namely, God, that He is all and that He is Mind, carries with it the further recognition that all action is the activity of Mind, and that nothing can be really accomplished except as Mind is reflected.
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In the teaching of our Master the parable was a significant and predominant feature.
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What Shall be the Remedy?

In referring to the great anthracite coal strike now in progress, The Outlook has emphasized a thought which is coming home to the great body of the people as never before, perhaps, in the history of our country.
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An esteemed contemporary has recently well said that, "Many of our church methods and practices which have grown venerable with age, need to be treated as Hezekiah treated the brazen serpent that Moses had made.
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We are permitted to use the following letter from a Christian Scientist to a member of his family:—
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Rose and gold and blue of the skies,Face and curls and innocent eyes,Sleep, my little one, dream and drowse All the birds sit still in the boughs,The dark blue spaces with stars are sown —Sleep, my blessing, my love, my own,Sleep!
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Among the Churches

It is anticipated that First Church of Christ, Scientist will break ground in a short time on their handsome lot on Market Street, for their chapel which, when the church proper is constructed, will be used for the Sunday School and meetings of the other organizations of the church.
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Love

Love! How often is this sweet, this sacred word misapplied! It would seem to have as many interpretations as there are individuals in the universe.
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One of the first demands made upon the student of Christian Science is the acquisition of a new habit of thought respecting man.
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If Christian Scientists do not watch the "little things," but allow them to pass undiscovered, these "little things" become avenues for error to effect its work later on, and they will then wonder why it is that they are having "such a hard time.
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What a wonderful example of Christian courage and childlike faith was manifested by Chrysostom, who, when threatened banishment by the Roman Emperor, said : "Thou canst not, for the world is my Father's house; thou canst not banish me.
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The New Light

Acetylene mixed with a certain proportion of oxygen gives a light three times as intense as the oxyhydric [calcium] light.
Testimony of Healing
I send the following beautiful demonstrations of the power of Truth to heal, hoping they may encourage some who are striving for the light.
Testimony of Healing
After having received the benefit of the testimonials given in the Sentinel and Journal, for nearly three years, I deem it a duty as well as a privilege to give my experience to the Field.
Testimony of Healing
Hoping to help some weary one searching for light, I am led to give a leaf from my own experience, showing the steps out of a blind faith in God, to the dawn of that Light which is still leading me up to an understanding of the true God.
Testimony of Healing
I think it was in the year 1896 that Christian Science was first presented to me.
Testimony of Healing
Our baby girl when about four months old had a breaking out on head and face which kept getting worse and worse.
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I was a poor, suffering, helpless mortal with headache and stomach trouble and sciatica and inward tumor, when friends begged me to try Christian Science.
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I would like to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...

I would like to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
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Religious Items

Professor Harnack says: "You observe how Jesus felt the material wants of the poor, and how he deduced a remedy for such distress from the commandment, 'Love thy neighbor as thyself.
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Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.

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