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Bangor, Maine. — During the ten months ending May 1, there have been distributed in this vicinity, through the local committee, 20,278 pieces of literature. Classified, this distribution has been as follows: Journals, 738; Sentinels, 4,403; Monitors, 13,621; miscellaneous, 1,516. The committee has furnished subscriptions to the publications for the Bangor public library, and for several libraries in near-by towns, including the one at the University of Maine, Orono. The Penobscot county jail has been supplied with a copy of Science and Health, also with the Monitor and the Sentinel. Several schools, among them the Bangor high school and the state normal school at Castine, have likewise been provided with literature.
The Monitor is on file at the rooms of the Bangor Chamber of Commerce, and at several department stores and clubrooms. A box is maintained by the committee in the street railway general waiting-room, which is frequented by many people during the day, and literature from this supply is freely taken. This means of distribution seems to meet a definite need, and has led to several cases of healing, which have been brought to the attention of the committee. In this single source of activity 2,354 pieces of literature have been given circulation. The month of March was made a special Monitor month, during which the local field was asked to assist in the dissemination of this publication. Fifty-four new subscriptions, ranging from one month to one year each, resulted from this work. — Correspondence.
Pueblo, Col. — Work on the construction of First Church of Christ, Scientist, is ready to start. The plans have been approved, the property has been purchased, and bids for the construction work will be asked for in a short time. The church is to be located on the northwest corner of Main and Twelfth streets, the principal entrance facing Main street. The auditorium itself will seat four hundred and fifty persons, while the balcony and foyer will accommodate about two hundred more. The estimated cost is twenty thousand dollars. — Pueblo Chieftain.
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Study of Christian Science
Betrothed in Faithfulness
FLORENCE E. B. DONALDSON
Taking Up Arms
ELIZABETH C. WICKERSHAM
A Puzzle Picture
MILDRED CORNING HAMILTON
The Rev. Dr. — in a recent issue continues his attacks...
Ezra W. Palmer
The sermon dealing with Christian Science, published in...
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Bell
I respect the sincerity of Pastor—. Like most of the...
In the columns of your paper there appeared recently a...
Henry A. Teasdel
"Overcome evil with good"
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
with contributions from F. C. Runkle, William A. McClelland, Willard F. Ottarson, Paul F. Chamberlain, Baxter McClain, C. E. Farrington, Louis J. Marsh
It is quite generally admitted by the open-minded, that...
Walter J. Stethem
Christian Science, the greatest blessing that can come to...
I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me
Edmund W. Gleason with contributions from Edmund W. Gleason
It has been seven years since the book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Nannie Geoghegan with contributions from Brooks Geoghegan, P. H. Hellyer
Jesus said, "Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy...
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