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YOUNG’S CONCORDANCE IN GREAT BRITAIN
By a special arrangement we can for a limited time make a very special price for Young’s Concordance to friends residing in Great Britain. We can supply the cloth edition for 3s.6d.; the same in half leather binding for 12s.6d. Any of the British friends wanting these books should order them at once, as the price may be advanced on us any day. These prices are less than half the regular retail rates and include carriage. All orders should be sent to British Branch, 24 Eversholt St., London, N.W. These books cannot be imported into the United States on account of copyright laws. Prices on the American edition, for friends in this country, will be found in issue of Dec. 1, ’04.
In our issue for Dec. 15, 1903, a series of questions was given for use of those desiring Pilgrim visits for last year. A new set of questions will appear in April 1st issue. All requests for Pilgrims filed last year will hold good until new questions are published.
“HEAVENLY MANNA” IN STOCK
This new Table-Talk Text Book was somewhat delayed in printing, but is now in stock, and all orders are being promptly filled. Besides the cloth edition at 20c postpaid, we have a leather edition—full gilt, side, back and edges—very handsome also, 60c postpaid.
Heavy correspondence at this season has hindered us somewhat in promptly acknowledging orders and remittances. We trust the friends will have patience until we are fully caught up again.
SOLON JOURNAL DELAYED
All fully paid TOWER subscriptions for 1905 will include 4 months’ issues of the Solon Journal, with every privilege accorded to “Solons” for same period. The Solon Journal publishers, we understand, are being hindered from mailing their issue for January by Post Office official who do not understand the large increase in the Solon lists occasioned by our liberal “clubbing” arrangement. We feel sure that our readers will appreciate our zeal for their interests.
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— January 15, 1905 —