Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Oregon.

A pronounced advance has been accomplished in placing a year's free subscription of The Christian Science Monitor with newspaper editors in exchange for advertising the Monitor. In expressing his appreciation of the Monitor, one editor said: "I may add that I have never made it a practice to restrict the advertising to the specified amount, but to run the cut whenever I had the space for it. I do this because I consider the Monitor one of the finest of newspapers; and I myself read it more thoroughly, perhaps, than I do the other dailies which I get, and this in spite of the fact that the Monitor reaches me, of course, several days late."

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