All Christian Science periodicals, including The Christian Science Monitor, are entered at the Post Office in Boston, Mass., as second-class mail; consequently, under the rules of the postal authorities, when a subscriber removes to an address outside the former postal district, the periodicals are not forwarded by the Postmaster without the prepayment of additional postage. Hence, when only the Postmaster is notified of the change of address, delays in delivery are occasioned and sometimes the loss of the publications. Therefore, subscribers are earnestly requested to notify the Publishing Society, as far in advance as possible, whenever a change of address is to be made, so as to avoid interruptions in delivery of their publications. Subscribers are requested to give both the old and the new address and the name of every periodical for which the change is desired.

During the vacation season many subscribers wish the periodicals sent to their summer addresses. It would insure uninterrupted delivery of the periodicals, as well as facilitate the work of the Publishing Society, if our subscribers would send their changes of address as early as possible, stating the name of each periodical, and the issue for which the change is desired.

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