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A HELPFUL SERVICE
Realizing that bereavement prepares the mind for the Truth, some dear friends watch the death notices of their city papers and send tracts which thus reach the relatives of the deceased—sometimes opportunely. In our judgment the best tracts for such service would be two, No. 54, “A Dark Cloud with a Silver Lining,” and No. 49, “Which is the True Gospel?” We commend the plan to you all. Confer together; and in large cities take weekly or monthly turns at it. If the names are written the “long way” on wrappers 6-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches, they may be mailed to us and we will wrap the tracts and paste them.
“MILLENNIAL DAWN READERS MEET,” ETC.
The Cleveland friends inform us that in their announcements of meetings in the daily papers they have long been in doubt as to how to mention their meetings. Lately they have adopted the above style with good results.
We can see the advantages in it. (1) Those who have read the DAWNS will know at once what it means. (2) Some who have the DAWNS but have neglected reading them may be aroused to investigate them. People like to go where others are going and to read what others are reading.
— July 15, 1904 —