R1248-8 Millenial Dawn

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MILLENNIAL DAWN

VOL. I. THE PLAN OF THE AGES
VOL. II. THE TIME IS AT HAND

These two volumes of over 350 pages each are the best Helping Hands we know of for those seeking a knowledge of the plan of salvation. They are thoroughly loyal to the Lord and his Word.

Price in cloth binding, $1.00 per volume.

TOWER SUBSCRIBERS ARE SUPPLIED AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE, 50 CENTS PER VOLUME.

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These books in paper covers have been reduced to 25 cents each, to bring them within reach of all.

Vol. I. can be supplied in the German language also, at the same prices.

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COLPORTEURS AND LOANERS

Quite a number of Brethren and Sisters (among them some who have filled pulpits in various denominations), feeling that the spread of MILLENNIAL DAWN is the best method of preaching the truth, are giving their entire time to this work, going from city to city and from village to village. They are thus doing a reaping or harvesting work—garnering the ripe „wheat” and sowing seeds for the great Restitution crop.

There is room for more, although the number at present is greater and their work more effective than ever before. The way is open for many of our readers thus to go forth in the Master’s name and service. He has opened the way for this; for though the paper covered books re sold so cheaply—25 cents—nevertheless allowance is made for the expense of Colporteurs by suppling them at a reduced price. Those who give their entire time to the work will be supplied with Vol. I. in paper covers in lots of twenty or more at a time at 12-1/2 cents per copy; Vol. II. in lots of five or more at a time at 15 cents per copy. Colporteurs are also allowed to take new subscriptions for the WATCH TOWER and are allowed one-half of the first year’s subscription price on such new names, to assist in paying their expenses.

SOME WHO CANNOT BECOME COLPORTEURS

—but who nevertheless can give some time from other work, and who need the discount to enable them to give the more time to this work—will be supplied with either volume in packages of not less than 5 of a kind at 15 cents each. This offer is also open to those who follow the plan of loaning and giving away the books. The loaning plan we believe to be better than giving gratis, as the books are more likely to be read. One sister has over 80 copies in constant circulation and uses her spare time collecting and taking them to new readers, and in talking to the interested, who often become purchasers. The selling of books is, however, the better plan generally.

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— December, 1890 —