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BROTHER RUSSELL’S SERMONS WEEKLY
THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, a clean paper of very large circulation, proposes to publish Brother Russell’s sermons every week, and offers us a special clubbing rate. This enables us to supply it with the WATCH TOWER for $1.50 per year. If you have already sent in your TOWER subscription send merely the balance, 50c. Moneys returned by the Woman’s National Daily will be applied on the Enquirer. Act promptly. Order extra copies for your friends if you so desire.
Humanly speaking, it seems quite unfortunate that the Woman’s National Daily accepted subscriptions with the understanding that Brother Russell’s sermons would appear weekly, and then discontinued them. Although it received nearly 5,000 subscriptions through us, it declines to refund the money unless the subscribers so demand. We have asked you to send postcard demands for the stoppage of the subscriptions and the refund of the money through us, but evidently few of you have done this, for only a few have been refunded. Were you all to insist no doubt the sermons would be published.
GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION, PLEASE
The Post Office Dept. is unwilling to restore second-class privileges to our Old Theology Quarterly unless we can show a larger list of specifically paid subscriptions. We suggest, therefore, that individually or in groups, classes or ecclesias, you send us bona fide paid lists for as many copies as you can use. The rate will be 6c per year; or, 10 to one address (40 tracts), 20c; 50 to one address (200 tracts), $1; or more at the same rate. You may send personally, or bunch your orders through one of your number as your agent. Tract Fund subscriptions and Good Hopes may be applied on this account by explicitly authorizing us so to do. Please act promptly.
— March 15, 1908 —