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WATCH TOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY
CHARLES T. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT
“BROOKLYN TABERNACLE,” 13-17 HICKS ST.,
BROOKLYN, N.Y., U.S.A.
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SERMONS IN THE NEWSPAPERS
How about renewing your subscriptions for newspapers publishing Brother Russell’s sermons? Do your part! Be prompt! If a few narrow souls hating the good tidings of God’s love try to discourage the Editors from publishing the sermons; the thousands who are being blest should tell of their profit and pleasure and thus encourage the newspaper men. Renew through us or direct, as you please. Use part of your “Good Hopes” thus if you think proper. You have our clubbing rates in the PEOPLES PULPIT—December issue.
QUESTIONS ON “TABERNACLE SHADOWS”
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ONE-DAY CONVENTIONS TO BE ADDRESSED BY THE EDITOR OF THIS JOURNAL:
BROOKLYN, N. Y., MARCH 6
Morning services at 10:30 o’clock in the Brooklyn Tabernacle, 13-17 Hicks street, two blocks from P.R.R. Annex Ferry and five minutes’ walk from Brooklyn Bridge entrance. Question meeting in the same building at 8 o’clock, preceded by a half hour’s song service. Discourse for the Public at 3 p.m. in Brooklyn Academy of Music, on Lafayette avenue, St. Felix street, and Ashland place. Subject, “Inferno.”
WASHINGTON, D. C., MARCH 13
Morning and evening sessions, Masonic Temple, Ninth and F streets, N.W., 10:30 a.m. Praise, Prayer and Testimony meeting. 7:30 p.m. Brother Russell will address the friends. Discourse for the Public, National Theater, at 3 p.m. Subject, “The Overthrow of Satan’s Empire.”
ALLENTOWN, PA., MARCH 20
All meetings in Lyric Theater, 25 North Sixth street. Praise, Prayer and Testimony meeting at 10 a.m. Address for the interested at 11 a.m. Afternoon service for the Public at 3 p.m. Subject, “Man’s Past, Present and Future.”
BOSTON, MASS., MARCH 27
Praise, Prayer and Testimony meeting at 10:30 a.m. Evening meeting for the interested at 7:30 p.m. Location of morning and evening meetings later. Afternoon session for the Public in Tremont Temple, Tremont street, between School and Broomfield streets, at 3 o’clock.
BROOKLYN, N. Y., APRIL 3
Discourse for the Public in Brooklyn Academy of Music at 3 p.m. Subject, “Overthrow of Satan’s Empire.”
— March 1, 1910 —
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