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BROTHER RUSSELL’S WEEKLY SERMONS
We generally give a discount rate on all journals that print Brother Russell’s sermons, and are chiefly interested in encouraging the Pittsburg Dispatch. However, some who cannot subscribe regularly can help the cause by patronizing locally the journals which publish the sermons in the following cities: Fort Wayne, Ind.; Wheeling, W.Va.; Easton, Pa.; Scranton, Pa.; Greensburg, Pa.; Pictou, Nova Scotia. Encourage the publishers, too, by an occasional letter or card of appreciation.
THE MEMORIAL IN ALLEGHENY
The annual celebration of the Memorial Supper, commemorating our Lord’s death and our participation therein, will be observed by the Church at Allegheny on Thursday evening, March 28, at 8 o’clock, in the auditorium of the Third Ward School building, cor. North Ave. and James St. (entrance on James and Third Sts.) The building can be reached by any “West View” or “East St. and Madison Ave.” car.
At 2 p.m. of the same day there will be a baptism service in the Bible House Chapel, for the convenience of visiting friends who may desire to symbolize in water their baptism into Christ’s death. For the benefit of any friends for whom the above baptism arrangements will not be convenient, a similar service will be held at Bible House Chapel, on the preceding Sunday (March 24) at 10 a.m. Robes and conveniences will be provided for both occasions.
— March 15, 1907 —