Signs of the Times

[From the News, Springfield, Ohio]

What is a fine example of newspaper enterprise, and is at the same time of utmost value to readers who feel the impulse for European travel, is present in a supplement to The Christian Science Monitor, issued April 30. This family journal has pointed the way to newspaper publishers in many ways, and its influence has been helpful always. Its growth and development have been noteworthy. The enterprise shown by its publishers has brought it a merited success. Not less than its manner of handling the news has been the attention given to its advertising columns. In the advertising field it has been almost a pioneer in catering to travel subjects, particularly in presenting the history and pictures of interesting localities in the United States. Now it has presented the European view. In an entire section it has given a survey of attractive and noteworthy places of Europe, presenting at the same time many pages of advertising matter which will be helpful to those who are fortunate enough to be able to avail themselves of a trip across the seas.

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