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YOUNG’S AND STRONG’S CONCORDANCES
There is a little “war” of prices at present, and so long as it lasts we can sell these valuable works at specially low prices, viz.: Young’s, in cloth binding, at $4.00, plus postage, 55c. Strong’s at $3.00, plus 65c postage. The latter is a wonderful bargain. We scarcely expect the prices to go lower.
THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH
Most of the subscriptions to the Pittsburgh Dispatch expired with November. Please note the date tag and let us know if you wish us to renew for you. We have a special clubbing arrangement by which we can supply this cosmopolitan newspaper for $3.00 per year, or just half price. This supersedes previous notices. The Dispatch proposes more space for Brother Russell’s discourses every Monday hereafter.
APPLICATIONS FOR PILGRIM VISITS
These visits are without charge. Those desiring them, however small the company are requested to answer as many as possible of the questions propounded in our issue of May 1 last. Pilgrims frequently pass right through places where, we afterwards learn, meetings would have been very much enjoyed. The service might have been rendered at practically no cost to the Society, and the friends were merely a little too timid about writing, thinking their request would have no attention because of the smallness of their numbers. Do not allow this to hinder you. Write at once, if you desire such meetings.
ALLEGHENY CHURCH MEETINGS
Preaching and divine worship every Sunday afternoon in Bible House Chapel, No. 610 Arch St., at 3 p.m. At 7.30 p.m. Bible Study, preceded by Praise Service. The pastor, Brother Russell, is usually at home and the speaker on the first and third Sundays of each month, except as Convention Notices of next column may modify. On other dates brethren of ability will address the Church.
Cottage meetings for prayer and testimony on Wednesday evenings; and Dawn Circles for Bible study on Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings—various localities. These meetings are interesting, and spiritually profitable.
MEETINGS IN LONDON, ENGLAND
Every Sunday at 3 p.m. a Bible Study, and at 6.30 p.m. preaching service, under the auspices of the Society, at 24 Eversholt St., N.W.
— December 15, 1905 —