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Page 50 - We forget that old proverb, that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, — that that is the truest wisdom which advises the overcoming of the beginnings of evil.
Page 32 - ... NICELY, WILSON. The Great Southwest; or, Plain Guide for Emigrants and Capitalists, embracing a Description of the States of Missouri and Kansas, showing their Topographical Features, Climate, Soil, Timber, Prairie, Minerals, Water, Amount of Government Lands, Location of Valuable Mineral Lands, the Various Railroad Lines Completed and Projected, Table of Distances, Homestead Law, with Incidents of Two Years' Travel and Residence in Missouri and Kansas, and other Valuable Information.
Page 26 - Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Page 89 - God's kingdom to come, and His will to be done on earth as it is in heaven...
Page 17 - ... as God permits us to use for our own support, and reasonable and temporal conveniences of our person and condition : ever remembering, that if we increase in our estate, we also should increase in charity ; that in this also may be verified what is written : ' He that had much, had nothing over; and he that had little, had no lack.
Page 82 - Hutchins] 1. Officers. — The officers shall be a president, secretary, and treasurer, who shall be elected annually by the board from their own number. The secretary shall record all the official actions of the board, and have custody of all its official books, records, and documents, except those in current use by another officer. The treasurer shall receive all funds belonging to the library, and keep the same in...
Page 13 - That to secure satisfactory service and keep fares as low as possible, the public must act on the principle of the " greatest good to the greatest number " and must cooperate with the operating companies in making effective economics by the use of " skip stops," one-man cars, et cetera ; the speeding up of schedules by reduction of vehicular interference.
Page 84 - ... everlasting dominion spoken of by Daniel, which should never be destroyed but stand for ever; that kingdom the advancement of which in our own hearts, and in the world at large, we constantly pray for in the words which our Lord himself has taught us; that kingdom the charter of which is " glory to God in the highest, and peace on earth, and good will to man.