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A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR
Please turn to page 189 of this year’s TOWER, find the 24th line of its first column and cross off with your pen the first word on that line, “Most,” and on the 37th line the word “Place.”
THE WIDE-MARGIN BIBLES
We mentioned, in our last issue, a special edition proposed. We are now purposing the printing of the DAWN and TOWER references on the wide margins. This will involve much labor and an expense of 25c each—if at all practicable. We will give further information in our next issue.
DAWN VOL. V. IN GERMAN
Our German friends are urging that DAWN, VOL. V., be published in their language for the benefit of those who cannot so clearly, or at all understand the English language. We submit the matter to you and inquire now,—How many consider this advisable? Say how many copies you will want at 12-1/2c in paper covers postpaid in America, or 25c in cloth plus 10c postage anywhere. If we obtain a sufficient number of orders to meet one-half of the expense we will publish it. You need not send the money now, but merely say how many copies you will take if it is published.
— July 1, 1901 —