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Jackson, Miss .—A very attractive reading-room was built on the grounds of the recent Mississippi state fair by First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Jackson, with the cooperation of other societies of the state. This room occupies a prominent place on the grounds and will be for permanent use in the future. During the fair this room was daily supplied with Monitors and all other Christian Science literature. While much of this was given out, the left-over Monitors were distributed throughout the city, and many expressions of gratitude have been received for the good realized therefrom.


Indiana.—Fifty-four articles and corrections were published by Indiana newspapers during 1913. In addition, fifty-one special articles appeared, making a total of one hundred and five corrective and wholesome articles on the subject of Christian Science. These articles appeared in fifty-four different newspapers and in forty-one different localities in the state, while the total circulation of issues was 1,459,113. As a result of local effort 218,335 copies have been systematically distributed, and the state office has given out copies aggregating forty-eight thousand six hundred.—Report of Publication Committee.

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The Lectures
February 14, 1914

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