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FOR TRACT DISTRIBUTION we always recommend the January issue of the “Old Theology Quarterly.” Thus the same matter is being circulated everywhere. We still advise that the distribution be from house to house except where Catholics or Jews are predominant. The tracts are “nested”—four different kinds folded together—so that when they are unfolded in a home several persons may be served and exchange with each other; and one of the four tracts is pretty sure to interest some one. We have orders with the printers for over 4,000,000 of these quadruple tracts and some of them are already being shipped. Order all you can and will use wisely as free samples. We prepay freight charges. Remember to co-operate with other WATCH TOWER readers in regard to this work. Confer, lay out the territory and order together, stating population you can serve as well as quantity desired.
DISCIPLES AND BAPTISTS
We desire the co-operation of such of the friends as live in cities and towns where “Baptists” and “Disciples” reside. If you are willing to assist address us so stating, and reporting how many of their churches are in your town and the attendance at each, as well as the number who would co-operate with you in the service. “He that reapeth receiveth wages.”
FRIENDS NEAR POLISH CHURCHES
We have some Polish literature for those who desire to serve the Polish of their vicinity. Write us, saying how many of these churches you could serve and the attendance at each.
— April 1, 1908 —