The value of taking advantage of our opportunities to distribute The Christian Science Monitor demonstrated by our experience at Maryland's Industrial and Pure Food Exposition, which closed on Oct. 7, 1911, after a duration of three weeks. The idea of a booth, in the interest of clean journalism, did not occur to us until one week of the exposition had elapsed. Space was then secured for the booth, two sessions being held daily, and the members of the local committee on the distribution of literature, assisted by our church-members, distributed free copies of the Monitor. A placard,

"Clean Journalism, Pure Food for Thought,"

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