[page 321]

VOL. XXXVII. NOVEMBER 1 No. 21
A. D. 1916--A.M. 6045

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CONTENTS

How We May Grow Up Into Christ . . . 323
Natural Qualities That Need Restraint 324
Cultivation of Love Especially Needful 325
Presenting the Message of the Kingdom . 325
Begging for the Lord Not Authorized . 326
Some Timely Words of Caution . . . 327
"The Hour of Temptation" . . . . 327
"Take Heed to Yourselves" . . . 327
"Deceiving and Being Deceived" . . 328
Remember Doctrinal Tests Also . . 329
The V. D. M. Questions . . . . 330
Supposed Objections Answered . . 330
World-Wide Pastoral Work . . . . 331
Work in Which Sisters May Cooperate . 331
Hints to Those in Large Cities . . 332
Hints to District Workers . . . 332
District Workers' Canvass . . . 333
District Book Loaning . . . . 334
Some Questions Answered . . . . 334
New Opportunities of Service . . . 335

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PUBLISHED BY
WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
CHARLES T. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT
"BROOKLYN TABERNACLE," 13-17 HICKS ST.,
BROOKLYN, N. Y., U. S. A.

Foreign Agencies:--British Branch: LONDON TABERNACLE, Lancaster Gate, London, W. German Branch: Unterdorner Str., 76, Barmen. Australasian Branch: Flinders Building, Flinders St., Melbourne. Please address the SOCIETY in every case.

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ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 (4s.) IN ADVANCE.
SEND MONEY BY EXPRESS, BANK DRAFT, POSTAL ORDER, OR REGISTERED.
FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES BY FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS, ONLY.
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Terms to the Lord's Poor as Follows:--All Bible Students who, by reason of old age, or other infirmity or adversity, are unable to pay for this Journal, will be supplied Free if they send a Postal Card each May stating their case and requesting its continuance. We are not only willing, but anxious, that all such be on our list continually and in touch with the STUDIES, etc.

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ALSO FRENCH, GERMAN, SWEDISH AND DANISH EDITIONS.
SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
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ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTER AT BROOKLYN, N.Y., POSTOFFICE.
ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER AT THE POSTOFFICE DEPT., OTTAWA, CANADA.

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ANGELOPHONE HYMN RECORDS

In our issue of June 15, 1916, we announced arrangements by which our readers may obtain the Angelophone at Jobbers' prices, one-third of the usual retail prices--$8.33, $16.67, $33.33, instead of $25.00, $50, $100.

Now we have a still more important announcement--Angelophone Records of 50 of our most beautiful hymns. They gave us the selection of them. We are confident that all WATCH TOWER readers will appreciate them, and believe that they will have a very wide circulation everywhere. They are 7-inch records, "hill and dale cut," of a size which usually sells for 35c up. But, indeed, such hymns and in such variety are not to be had anywhere for any money.

The Singer's voice is excellent, clear, distinct--quite unlike hymn tunes you have usually heard, very few of which can be understood. They are the work of Prof. Henry Burr, the well-known barytone.

NOW THE ASTONISHING FEATURE!

The entire set of 50 hymns can be ordered through us for $5--only ten cents per record.

With a view to stimulating daily family worship (having this excellent singer's voice to lead), the hymns with music have been published in neat, attractive form at 5c and 10c per copy, according to binding--postage 2c extra.

At our request the Angelophone Company are mailing to the Secretaries of the principal classes a sample record and a sample each of the two hymn-books. If a quantity of the books and records are ordered together, carriage charges will be prepaid in the United States. These records are known as the original "hill and dale cut," the same as the ones used by Edison and Pathe. It contains a great deal more music to the inch than the zigzag cut. The latter is used by the Victor and was gotten out to avoid the patents covering the original, superior "hill and dale cut"; said patents have now expired.

The Angelophone has a reversible sound-box, which permits it to play any kind of record made. But not so the Victor and Columbia machines: to use the Angelico records on them, a little sleeve is necessary, which can be purchased at any 10c store, or can be ordered with the books and records. Address orders to ANGELICO, 28 West 63d Street, New York City, or to 184 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York.

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It affords us genuine pleasure to think that Bible Students can now have in their homes phonograph music which really represents their sentiments--much better than does the majority of the jiggy, rag-time stuff usually sold at from 60c to $1 per record.

"A little nonsense now and then,
Is relished by the best of men;"

But nonsense all the time nauseates even the worldly. On the other hand, there is a sweet, quieting influence exerted by the beautiful hymns of our selection which go to the heart of old and young, saint and sinner. Surely, Bible Students will wish to "Lift high the Royal banner," and to show forth the praises of their King! And such hymns as these in so clear and distinct a voice will surely appeal to your neighbor, too.

We are glad that these records have come out in time for the Holiday Season and the longer winter evenings. We have warned the Angelophone Company to be prepared for many large orders to be shipped out promptly. We vouch for the Angelophone Company that you may safely send the money for whatever you may wish to order, by P.O. Order.

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PILGRIM BROTHER JOHNSON IN GREAT BRITAIN

Classes in Great Britain desiring appointments will please communicate with our London Office.

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THE WATCH TOWER IN GERMAN

The war has interfered greatly with the regular arrivals of the German WATCH TOWER. To meet the difficulty we have started to issue a German edition from Brooklyn. Our German Brethren will please note this and act accordingly. We expect to continue it only until the mail service from Germany becomes regular again. Our American edition is a monthly in two sections--$1.00 per year, two copies to each subscriber.

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NOTE A CORRECTION

In Oct. 15 Tower, p. 312, referring to three classes for whom Jesus becomes Surety or Guarantor, the reading should be:

"Our great Advocate, the High Priest, having endorsed for all of these, will thus be ultimately free from all liability for them in that they all will have died according to the flesh and none of them will receive or retain Restitution rights or privileges. Those Restitution blessings will be fully and completely released when the last member of the Spirit-begotten shall have gone into death."

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BETHEL HYMNS FOR DECEMBER

After the close of the hymn the Bethel family listens to the reading of "My Vow Unto the Lord," then joins in prayer. At the breakfast table the MANNA text is considered. Hymns for December follow: (1) 293; (2) 191; (3) 313; (4) 145; (5) 1; (6) 71; (7) 130; (8) 230; (9) 83; (10) 197; (11) 172; (12) 299; (13) 328; (14) 50; (15) 326; (16) 333; (17) 104; (18) 106; (19) 195; (20) 129; (21) 43; (22) 303; (23) 87; (24) 195; (25) 16; (26) Vow; (27) 272; (28) 193; (29) 209; (30) 12; (31) 274.

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r5977 HOW WE MAY GROW UP INTO CHRIST
r5979 PRESENTING THE MESSAGE OF THE KINGDOM
r5981 "THE HOUR OF TEMPTATION"
r5984 WORLD-WIDE PASTORAL WORK

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VOL. XXXVII. NOVEMBER 15 No. 22
A. D. 1916--A.M. 6045

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CONTENTS

Death of Charles T. Russell . . . . 338
"The Earth Trembled"--And Fell . . . 339
Lightning Flashes From the Throne . 339
One of the Master's Forceful and Beautiful
Lessons . . . . . . 341
Proper Consideration of the Lily . . 341
Rest and Peace in Perfect Trust . . 342
"How Long, Oh Lord, How Long?" (Poem) . 342
"Jesus Christ--the First and the Last" . 343
What the Beloved Disciple Saw . . 344
The Master's Comforting Message . . 344
"In His Right Hand Seven Stars" . . 345
"Faithful Unto Death" . . . . . 346
The Lord's Second Coming . . . . 347
Some Items of Interest . . . . . 348
Holiday Remembrancers . . . . . 348
Interesting Letters . . . . . . 350
Whom the Lord Loves He Chastens . . 350
British Conditions Grow Serious . . 351
Carefully Studied Vow--Then Accepted It . 351

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DEATH OF CHARLES T. RUSSELL

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The sudden death of Pastor Charles Taze Russell, Editor of THE WATCH TOWER, has created a profound impression upon his many friends throughout the world. Hundreds of letters and telegrams received, further evidence the love and esteem in which he was held, and express unqualified desire to cooperate in continuing the great cause for which he stood so many years.

Brother Russell left Brooklyn in the evening of October 16, to fill appointments in the West and Southwest, but was obliged to start homeward before his scheduled time, owing to ill health.

It was on a Sante Fe train at Pampa, Tex., that he died. Brother Menta Sturgeon, who accompanied him on the trip as his Secretary, telegraphed the information to the headquarters of the WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY at Brooklyn, adding that "he died a hero."

The body lay in state at Bethel Home Saturday, and at The Temple throughout the day Sunday.

In the afternoon at the hour of 2, funeral service was held for the congregation, and in the evening a service was conducted for the public.

At about midnight the body was taken to Allegheny, Pa., where in the Carnegie Hall, at 2 in the afternoon of Monday, service was held by the Pittsburgh congregation, of which he had been resident Pastor for many years.

Interment took place in Rosemont United Cemeteries at Allegheny, in the Bethel Family plot, according to his request.

We rejoice to know that instead of sleeping in death, as the saints of old, he is numbered among those whose "works follow with him." He has met the dear Lord in the air, whom he so loved as to lay down his life faithfully in His service.

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PUBLISHED BY
WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
CHARLES T. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT
"BROOKLYN TABERNACLE," 13-17 HICKS ST.,
BROOKLYN, N. Y., U. S. A.

Foreign Agencies:--British Branch: LONDON TABERNACLE, Lancaster Gate, London, W. German Branch: Unterdorner Str., 76, Barmen. Australasian Branch: Flinders Building, Flinders St., Melbourne. Please address the SOCIETY in every case.

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ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 (4s.) IN ADVANCE.
SEND MONEY BY EXPRESS, BANK DRAFT, POSTAL ORDER, OR REGISTERED.
FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES BY FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS, ONLY.
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Terms to the Lord's Poor as Follows:--All Bible Students who, by reason of old age, or other infirmity or adversity, are unable to pay for this Journal, will be supplied Free if they send a Postal Card each May stating their case and requesting its continuance. We are not only willing, but anxious, that all such be on our list continually and in touch with the STUDIES, etc.

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ALSO FRENCH, GERMAN, SWEDISH AND DANISH EDITIONS.
SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
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ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTER AT BROOKLYN, N.Y., POSTOFFICE.
ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER AT THE POSTOFFICE DEPT., OTTAWA, CANADA.

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A MEMORIAL NUMBER

Owing to the fact that this issue of THE WATCH TOWER was ready for press at the time of Brother Russell's death, the Society decided to insert a brief notice, with the announcement that the following issue, December 1, will be in the nature of a Memorial Number.

Brother Russell's Will provides for the continuance of the publication of THE WATCH TOWER, for which he left ample manuscript to insure its publication for an indefinite period. The affairs of THE WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY will likewise be continued according to provision made by him before death.

Anyone desiring extra copies of the Memorial Number will please advise us immediately. Extra copies at the usual price--5c each.

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WATCH TOWER BIBLES

Our present stock is nearly exhausted. The prices of these Bibles will be advanced on November 15, 1916.

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I.B.S.A. BEREAN BIBLE STUDIES
FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER
QUESTIONS FROM
MANUAL ON SERIES THIRD
"STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES"
STUDY VIII.--"RESTORATION OF ISRAEL"
Week of Dec. 3..Q. 8 to 14 Week of Dec. 17..Q. 22 to 28
Week of Dec. 10..Q. 15 to 21 Week of Dec. 24..Q. 29 to 35
Week of Dec. 31....Q. 36 to 42

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r5989 "THE EARTH TREMBLED"--AND FELL
r5990 ONE OF THE MASTER'S FORCEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL LESSONS
r5991 "JESUS CHRIST--THE FIRST AND THE LAST"
r5992 "FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH"
r5994 SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST

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HOLIDAY REMEMBRANCERS

WE ARE publishing early this year, as usual, a list of our stock suitable for Holiday Gifts. This will enable the friends to send their orders in good time to avoid the later congestion of the mail and express service.

Remember that our Gifts should always in some measure represent us as ambassadors of Christ:

"Studies in the Scriptures." India paper edition, fine sealskin binding, gold edges, light, small, beautiful, per set, $9.80 in cloth carton.

"Studies in the Scriptures." Morocco, over boards, gold edges, but on paper the same as the ordinary cloth edition, suitable for book-shelf, $6 (1L 5s) for six volumes, postpaid.

"Studies," Volume I., with Pyramid Chapter added. This special edition is very suitable for presentation to uninterested friends. Many have had their interest awakened by the reading of the Pyramid Chapter. A picture of the Great Pyramid is stamped in gilt on the front cover. We recommend this Volume for gift purposes. Postpaid 50c. (2s 1d).

Daily Heavenly Manna. Cloth-bound edition, prepaid, 60c. Prices on "Studies" and Manna to Colporteurs and to I.B.S.A. Classes in lots of 50 or more, charges collect, will be one-half of the above mentioned prepaid rates.

"Poems of Dawn." Nearly three hundred very choice poems topically divided, the very thing each should have near him for a leisure moment. The value of these as spiritual stimulants is inestimable. They can be appreciated by all Christians, though of course especially by those possessing a knowledge of Present Truth. Postpaid in karatol, red edges, 50c; leather-bound, gold edges, 75c.

"In the Garden of the Lord." This little booklet is a choice poem from the pen of Sister Seibert. It contains sixteen colored illustrations, twenty-four pages. Postpaid 6c. (3rd) each; per dozen 65c. (2s 8d).

Choice Motto Cards for home embellishment and spiritual refreshment:

Packet Ma--Twelve mottoes, small and medium, postpaid 50c.

Number Mb--Fourteen medium and small cards, $1.

Number Mc--Thirteen large, medium and small cards, $1.

Number Md--Four large and medium cards, $1.

Where $5 worth of these are sent to one address the saving in packing and expressage would be 60c., making the price $4.50. Order by number only.

Postcards. Assorted mottoes and designs, 15c. (7 1/2d) per doz; two dozen, 25c. (1s 1/2d); 100 for $1.

Scripture Memorizing Cards. We have two different sets of these--No. 1 and No. 2. Colors of the cards indicate the topic. For instance, purple represents royalty and the Kingdom, garnet represents the redeeming blood, etc. On one side of the cards are texts appropriate to the color. On the reverse side of the card is the citation of where it is found. These can be used personally or with a company of friends. The design is to commit the text to memory and its citation. Many have found these very useful. Fifty cards to the pack, 25c. (1s 1d) per pack, postpaid.

Write your letters and correct P. O. address very plainly; also give name of nearest express office and company.

Write your orders on a separate sheet of paper from your letter. If answering a letter marked File A, File R, or otherwise, refer to it in the opening paragraph of your letter.

By observing these simple requests, delay will be avoided. [page 349]

"I.B.S.A." BIBLES, BIBLE STUDY HELPS, ETC.

First in this list we mention the several volumes of
"STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES" SERIES
[SEE OPPOSITE PAGE]

We commend also, as aids, the following publications (not all our own), which we supply at specially low prices because of the assistance they lend to the study of God's Word. We mention these somewhat in the order in which they seem to us to be desirable aids.

OUR SPECIAL "I.B.S.A." BIBLE

Hereafter to distinguish our own special edition from other Bibles, we will refer to it as the "I.B.S.A." Bible. This Bible is becoming more and more indispensable to all readers as they learn how to use it. The translation, of course, is not at all different from that of other Bibles of the Common Version. We specially recommend it for its smallness of size, lightness of weight, and good-sized print, and above all for the helps to Bible students and teachers bound with it; printed on India paper; excellent press work. Its special feature, distinguishing this Bible from all others, is

BIBLE TEACHERS' MANUAL.
Part I.

Biblical Comments from Genesis to Revelation with references to the STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES and others of our publications showing the page where the text is more fully discussed and elaborated. We can scarcely imagine anything more helpful than these for Bible study. It is so easy to turn to the reference and ascertain if the matter has been treated and where and how. It represents four hundred and eighty-one pages of matter.

Part II.
INSTRUCTORS' GUIDE TEXTS.

This is a topical arrangement of Bible subjects specially convenient for those who have opportunity for teaching others the Divine Plan of the Ages. Its various Topics are arranged under distinct headings and the various texts bearing upon the subjects are collated. With this help a novice has at his command, well-furnished, "the Sword of the Spirit." It is in condensed form, very convenient, consists of eighteen pages solid matter.

Part III.
BEREAN TOPICAL INDEX.

The Berean Topical Index, alphabetically arranged, presents a large variety of subjects showing references to the STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES and others of our publications treating the same. This feature covers twenty-eight pages.

PART IV.
DIFFICULT TEXTS EXPLAINED.
SPURIOUS PASSAGES NOTED.

In this, specially difficult texts are brought to the attention and references given showing where they are treated in our publications. Following this is a full list of various interpolations and spurious passages of the Scriptures not in the original MSS., as proved by the oldest Greek MSS.--fifteen pages.

These four features, representing five hundred and forty-two pages, are not to be found in any other Bibles on earth and, in our opinion, they are of almost priceless value. One of our interested readers if he could not procure another would not sell his copy for a hundred dollars--many of them surely would not take thousands for it.

All of our "I.B.S.A." Bibles contain the above, and some of them, the numbers of which end with a nine, contain additionally Bagster's Bible Study Helps, including an alphabetical index of proper names and Bagster's Bible Concordance and Maps--a total of one hundred and eighty-six pages.

We not only supply these Bibles at cost price, but, because of the large quantities ordered at a time, we are enabled to secure a cost price which is really phenomenal. The very low prices must not lead you to think that these are manufactured in any slipshod manner. They are first class in every particular. The prices are, many of them, less than one-half of what you pay for such books almost anywhere else.

So great is the demand for these "I.B.S.A." Bibles that hereafter we purpose carrying no others in stock except pocket Bibles and large type Bibles for the aged. We will still, however, be pleased to serve anyone who desires other Bibles. We can procure for these wholesale rates, usually twenty-five per cent. off, plus postage.

DESCRIPTION AND PRICES--"I.B.S.A." BIBLES

No. 1918, $1.85, postage prepaid, is a beautiful book. It is small and light. Size 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches. It has minion type, red under gold edges, divinity circuit. French Seal. Looks like the genuine sealskin, but it is in reality good sheepskin.

No. 1919, price $1.95, postage prepaid; the same book, the same Bible; the same every way, except the addition of Bagster Helps, Concordance, etc., making this size a trifle larger.

No. 1928, price $2.85, postage prepaid. This is the same book exactly as No. 1918, except that it has genuine morocco binding; leather-lined.

LITTLE LARGER, IONIC TYPE, SELF-PRONOUNCING

No. 1939, price $2.25, postage prepaid. This is the same book as 1919, the same binding and contents, but it has a coarser print and is a little larger book. Size, 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches.

No. 1959, price $3.85, postage prepaid. This is the same book as 1939, except that it has splendid morocco binding, is calf-lined and silk-sewed. Bibles similar in quality and finish are listed in many catalogues at $8.

The sale of these books is not restricted to WATCH TOWER readers. They are valuable aids in Bible study and open to the public.

BIBLE STUDY HELPS (BOUND SEPARATE).

These are the same as in the latest "I.B.S.A." Bibles, described above. Full leather, divinity circuit, $1.15; Karatol, red edge, 60c., postpaid. Also in German (leather), $1.15; (cloth), 60c.

Remit with order. We can secure such prices only by paying spot cash and must sell on the same terms. Insurance, 10c additional.

Anyone ordering patent index on any of these Bibles should so state and should add twenty-five cents to the price. Should any desire other Bibles we will be pleased

to supply publishers' catalogue, giving full description
and prices. We are usually able to secure a
discount of 25 per cent. on the publishers' list prices.

THE EMPHATIC DIAGLOTT

This Greek New Testament, with interlinear, word-for-word rendering, and a free-reading emphasized translation alongside, based upon the famous Vatican Manuscript, No. 1209, is a very valuable work. Originally published under the author's copyright by Fowler & Wells Co., New York City, it was sold by them at $4 in cloth and $5 in half-leather binding. For several years a friend, an earnest Bible student, desirous of assisting the readers of our Society's publications, has supplied them through us at a greatly reduced price; now he has purchased the copyright and plates from the Fowler & Wells Co., and presented the same to our Society as a gift that the poor of the Lord's flock may have this help in the study of the Word.

REDUCED PRICE.--Hereafter we will have the Diaglott in leather binding only, divinity circuit, Bible paper, and have reduced the price to $2.00 (8s. 5d.), postpaid. We offer THE WATCH TOWER for a year as a premium, with each order for the Diaglott, if it is a new subscription.

LEESER'S TRANSLATION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT

This is the standard translation amongst English reading Hebrews, by one of their own rabbis. It is not perfect, but is a valuable aid in critical study of the Old Testament. Our special price, in leather binding, including postage, is $1.10.

ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE TO THE SCRIPTURES

In English, Hebrew and Greek, by Prof. Young (Presbyterian). 1240 pages. A valuable work for all critical students. We are not permitted by the publishers to cut their price, but we may and do give in addition, postage free, any two volumes of STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES, cloth binding, with each Concordance. Postpaid, cloth binding, $6.

SMITH'S BIBLE DICTIONARY

This is one of the most desirable editions of Prof. Smith's work. It is a large volume of 1,020 pages. Cloth binding, $1.30, including postage.

*DAILY HEAVENLY MANNA
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH

The demand for this publication increases year by year.

Our present edition of the "Manna" contains the same texts and comments as all former editions. Every alternate leaf is blank-ruled for use as an autograph and birthday record. Its value increases as additional autographs of friends are secured. It is printed on fine bond paper.

The following wholesale rates postpaid are granted to all WATCH TOWER subscribers:

Purple cloth, gold embossed, gilt edges; English and Polish...... $0.60
Dark blue cloth, silver embossed, German......................... .60
Leatherette, blue edges, Swedish and Norwegian................... .60
Leatherette, genuine gold edges, Swedish and Norwegian........... 1.10
Genuine Morocco, gold edges, English, Polish and Norwegian....... 2.00

We hope this little book will find a place at every breakfast table, that spiritual refreshment may thus be enjoyed with the natural food.

*SCENARIO OF CREATION DRAMA

The ninety-six short, pithy lectures of the Creation Drama can be supplied in print as follows:

IN ENGLISH AND FINNISH:
De Luxe, gold edges, embossed, 400 illustrations.......$1.00 postpaid
Cloth, burnished edges, embossed, 400 illustrations.... .65 "
Paper in three booklets, complete; per set............. .25 "
A Newspaper edition in 4 Parts......................... .05 "
IN GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN, GREEK, POLISH, ARMENIAN:
Cloth bound, complete.................................. .65 "
Paper " " .................................. .25 "
Newspaper edition, 3 Parts, 2c ea.; per set............ .05 "
IN SWEDISH: Newspaper edition only, 2c ea.; per set...... .05 "

MISCELLANEOUS

Hymns of Dawn, with music (cloth)...................................$ .35
Hymns of Dawn, without music (flexible)............................. .10
Poems of Dawn (Karatol)............................................. .50
Poems of Dawn (Leather)............................................. .75
Bible Talks in Simple Language (half leather)....................... 1.25
Bible Talks in Simple Language (half leather)....................... 1.25
Memorizing Text-Cards (100 in pkg.--assortments, Nos. 1 and 2),
per pkg........................................................... .30
Scriptural Post Cards (assorted), doz. 15c; per 100................. 1.00
CHARTS (Blue Prints, soft cloth):
Plan of the Ages, 5 ft. $1.85; 8 ft............................... 2.50
Chronology of the Bible, 7 1/2 ft................................. 2.00
Tabernacle of the Wilderness, 7 1/2 ft............................ 2.00
BINDERS for THE WATCH TOWER:
Spring Back (holds 1 yr.)......................................... .60
CROSS & CROWN PINS (Gold, with red enamel):
5/8"--No. 1 Ladies' Style, No. 2 Gents', each..................... 1.15
1/2"--No. 3 Gents' Style, No. 4 Ladies', each..................... 1.00
5/8" celluloid, per doz., .25; each............................... .03
Missionary Envelopes, per 100 .30; per 1000......................... 3.00
Vow Bookmarks (paper) per 100 .25; (silk) each...................... .05
*Booklets (on Hell, Spiritism, Evolution, Tabernacle Shadows, Our
Lord's Return..................................................... .10
*Question Booklets on each Vol. of SCRIPTURE STUDIES and on
THE TABERNACLE, each .07; per doz................................. .84
Report on Foreign Missions, each.................................... .05
THE WATCH TOWER, (semi-monthly) per year............................ 1.00
The Divine Plan of the Ages (Za), WATCH TOWER form, ea.............. .10
What Say the Scriptures about Hell (Hz), WATCH TOWER form, ea....... .05
Judge Rutherford's Defense of Pastor Russell, each 10c, per 100..... 8.00
THE BIBLE STUDENTS MONTHLY, per year................................ .12
Tracts in all languages............................................. FREE

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*Colporteurs and Class Secretaries may deduct one-half from above prices on MANNAS, BOOKLETS and SCENARIOS if shipment consists of 50 or more volumes, charges collect.

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