On April 15, 1925, the United States Government put into operation a change in the postal rates for mailing second-class matter. This change requires any person remailing periodicals to pay postage at the rate of two cents for each two ounces or fraction thereof. It will be necessary, therefore, for individuals or committees remailing any of the Christian Science periodicals in the future, to attach sufficient postage to meet the requirements of the new postal regulations. It may be helpful at first to have the periodicals weighed at the post office, until the rates have become familiar.

Frequently orders are received for The Christian Science Monitor to be sent in bulk to a given address, to be remailed from that point. In view of the increased cost of remailing periodicals, the Publishing Society will be glad to assist individuals or committees to the extent of sending the Monitor direct from the Publishing House to any list of names furnished on our regular galley mailing list Form 322, without additional charge for postage.

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The Lectures
May 2, 1925

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