In regard to periodical distribution, the Trustees feel that the initiative in this work should be with the churches. The object in view is to secure for the periodicals of The Mother Church a steady and increasing circulation. The Publishing House will cooperate in every way possible to aid the plans worked out by churches and societies to meet local conditions. It will be realized that the wise working out of such plans will have an important influence in quickly restoring to our periodicals the large circulation which they should have.

All orders sent in to the Publishing Society have been filled as expeditiously as possible and where remittances have not been received, a bill has been sent. It may be said, however, that the Publishing House is not able to maintain open accounts. The rule is that an adequate remittance should accompany each order. It is desirable that this rule should be regarded as far as possible, so that the business may be conducted with the simplicity which is made possible by a cash basis for each transaction. In this way, the efforts of the workers here can be made more available for the actual filling of orders.

The Trustees and all the workers in the Publishing House are grateful for the good will expressed in every possible way from the Field.

The Lectures
February 25, 1922

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