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THE MONITOR TO HELP THE UNEMPLOYED
Within a few days The Christian Science Monitor will begin the publication, free of charge, of advertisements for situations wanted or offered. It desires to aid the unemployed to secure positions, and will place its wide circulation at their service. There are thousands throughout the country who are competent and willing to work, who are yet unable to get employment because there may not be a demand for labor in their particular line in the city or town where they are living. Elsewhere there may be urgent need for just such workers, but they are unaware of the opening.
The Monitor hopes to remedy these conditions by its proposed free labor bulletins. It aims to bring the man and the need of the man together, and as this would prove an advantage to the employers as well as to those seeking employment, the cooperation of the two classes is requested and confidently expected, as the results cannot help being beneficial to those directly concerned and also to the industrial interests of the land. The Monitor wishes to make this feature representative of the whole country, and trusts that the opportunity to use its columns will be warmly welcomed.
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BLANCHE HERSEY HOGUE.
LESSONS IN GRATITUDE
"ARISE, SHINE; FOR THY LIGHT IS COME."
EUGENIA P. GODFREY
THE TRUE REFLECTION
The faith that somehow, in ways we cannot see and...
Frederic A. Hinckley
The writer in American Medicine, whose remarks on...
Willard S. Mattox
The paragraph headed "Payment for Prayer," in your...
Statistics show that in some localities more than one...
Stand bold for peace, for love and truth,...
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
NOT APPROVED BY MRS. EDDY
Adam H. Dickey
"AND I, IF I BE LIFTED UP."
John B. Willis
"TODAY IF YE WILL HEAR HIS VOICE."
Annie M. Knott
LOYALTY TO THE MOTHER CHURCH
William E. Armstrong
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Mary Baker Eddy, Ira O. Knapp, J. Newton Conger, E. Fennema, Gerard J. Krüsemann, Anna E. Caldwell, Ella Pence Ellis, Lillian E. Denny, Laura E. Bennett, Wm. C. Keith, Fannie Lavina Pike
with contributions from Herbert M. Haskell, W. H. Norledge, D. N. Fink, W. E. Kinney, F. Arthur Spence, Henry Drummond
While at dinner one Sunday, during the winter of 1904,...
We thank God for the quick healing of our little girl's...
W. S., Emma Glenn
I first heard of Christian Science when I was about...
Cherrie Mildred Price
For thirteen years I was a great sufferer from what was...
Anna B. Miller
I have for a long time wished to send a few words to...
Lucy Ringlep with contributions from Virgilia A. Pettit
In October, 1908, I was taken with a severe attack of...
Huldah A. Gordon
It is with gratitude that I send this testimony to the...
Frances M. Ream
In grateful acknowledgment of help received through...
Jane G. Roeber
I was healed in five days of a severe attack of an eruption
Bessie le D. Wunder
When you hear of good in people—tell it
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
William Henry Lyon