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ZION’S WATCH TOWER
HERALD OF CHRIST’S PRESENCE.
PUBLISHED TWICE A MONTH.
TOWER PUBLISHING COMPANY,
ARCH STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA., U.S.A.
C. T. RUSSELL, EDITOR; MRS. C. T. RUSSELL, ASSOCIATE.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE, INCLUDES ALSO A SUBSCRIPTION, FOR ONE YEAR, TO „THE OLD THEOLOGY” (TRACTS), QUARTERLY,
By Express Order, Postal Money Order, Bank Draft, or Registered Letter. Foreign only by Foreign Money Order.
FREE TO THE LORD’S POOR
N.B.—Those of the interested, who by reason of old age or accidents, or other adversity, are unable to pay, will be supplied FREE, if they will send a Postal Card each December, stating their case and requesting the paper.
BIBLES AND BIBLE-STUDY HELPS
Our readers received from our office, some months ago, a tract entitled „Bible Study and Needful Helps Thereto.” In the back part of said tract we gave descriptions and prices of various styles of Bibles, etc., which we supply at the wholesale rates in any quantity. Please note the reductions in the wholesale prices of the following numbers:
Bagster Bible, No. 8215, reduced 25 cents, now, $2.00
” ” ” 8315, ” 48 ” ” 2.00
Holman ” ” C, ” 50 ” ” 2.00
” ” ” D, ” 17 ” ” 3.00
Oxford reprint, ” 707, ” 25 ” ” 1.50
” ” ” 713, ” 25 ” ” 2.00
CHRISTIAN HOME EMBELLISHMENTS
WALL ROLLS. We have secured three styles of Wall Rolls. They are to hang upon the wall, and can be read at a distance. There are thirty-one leaves to each roll: one leaf for each day of the month; size 13×20 inches. We will supply these at 50 cents each (postage 10 cents extra). The usual prices are 75 and 85 cents each. All excellent, the Picture Roll is especially suitable where there are small children.
(1) THE BIBLE PICTURE ROLL. Thirty-one illustrations of familiar passages of the Bible, with texts.
(2) STRENGTH and SUNSHINE Wall Roll. A collection, aptly named, of Scripture texts and choice cullings from other writers.
(3) DAILY COMFORT IN FOUR-FOLD LINKS
Wall Roll. On each leaf four Scripture passages, representing prayer, promise, precept and praise.
WALL MOTTOES. We still have these, similar to those supplied last year to many of our readers. They are of two general kinds:
(1) Mottoes on dark green and dark red heavy card-board, stamped in silver. These are of various shapes and sizes, and the mottoes are various—all good. Prices 10 cents, 15 cents, 20 cents and 25 cents each, post-paid.
(2) Mottoes on white cards, illuminated, with colored flowers, etc., interspersed with the texts. Various styles, four mottoes for 25 cents, post-paid.
„GOOD HOPES” SUPPLEMENT
All disposed to suggest what they desire and hope to be able to give to the Watch Tower Tract Society’s fund, for 1894, for the spread of the doctrines inculcated by the WATCH TOWER publications, will find a printed supplement with this issue. After being filled out, it should be torn in two, and the one half kept as your memorandum, while the other half should be sent to the Secretary of the Watch Tower Tract Society at Allegheny.
RENEWALS FOR 1894
As will be seen by our terms, above, ZION’S WATCH TOWER desires to visit regularly all who desire its visits. The terms are so liberal that none need be without it—for all can command at least a postal card for a request to have it as one of the Lord’s poor. We desire, however, to hear from all if they desire to have these semi-monthly calls; for we do not wish to send it where it is unwelcome or merely tolerated.
We, therefore, ask to hear from all readers as promptly as possible. If the money for 1894 is not convenient to you now, say so. If too poor to afford it, state that. Do so before your name is taken off our lists. Expect tag on January 15th TOWER to show credits sent us up to December 31.
MEMENTOES OF JERUSALEM
The Tract Fund still has some of the Jerusalem mementoes presented to it by Brother Russell; viz., olive-wood paper-weights and flower cards made from the wild flowers and grasses of Jerusalem and its vicinity.
We will send two paper-weights and six flower-cards for 50 cents; or one paper-weight and two flower-cards for 25 cents. To those on the TOWER list as „the Lord’s Poor” a flower-card will be sent free, on request.
— December 15, 1893 —