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NEW U.S. POSTAL RULES RE SUBSCRIPTION
The new Post Office rulings require that subscriptions shall stop, be discontinued shortly after expiration of the period paid for. Hence, we may not continue your papers indefinitely. If, however, you cannot conveniently send the price you may have them sent on credit if you will definitely request this. Remember, also, that we have a fund specially set apart for the payment of the subscriptions of such as desire our journals, but cannot appropriate any of the amount without request. This fund we call the “Lord’s Poor Fund.”
But remember that whatever you write us on this subject must be pointedly stated, so that the Post Office Inspector or any stranger reading your letter will know definitely just what you desire. It will not do to say I am poor and would like to have the WATCH TOWER. Rather say: Please enter my WATCH TOWER subscription for another year (charge same to me and I will remit later; or, I am one of the Lord’s poor and thankfully accept God’s provision in the “Poor Fund”).
OLD THEOLOGY QUARTERLY SUBSCRIPTIONS
We have not yet made clear to all our desires re the Quarterly Tracts. Heretofore many of you have sent money to the Tract Fund and then ordered tracts irregularly. Such can just as well apply a part of their donations to definite subscriptions to a certain number of each quarterly issue of tracts—with the privilege of ordering extra copies of the January issue or Volunteer number. These regular quarterly issues could go to the class or ecclesia with which you associate—to some one address—or could be divided up, sent to the addresses of several of the brethren—as may be most convenient to you and them—say 10 each or 50 each, as may be your pleasure. The price per year is 6c for single copy, quarterly, or 10 for 20c, or more at same rate.
— June 1, 1908 —