Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued. The first is the able lecture of the Hon. William G. Ewing of Chicago, delivered in Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass., October 5, 1899. The second is composed of selections from among the many introductory speeches of the prominent men who have introduced the official lecturers of the Mother Church. The workers in the field will readily see the wisdom of giving these supplements the widest possible circulation, and the extremely low price at which they are issued will enable them to do so. The price of the supplements is as follows: Single copies two cents each, postpaid; ten copies or more to one address, one cent each; one hundred copies, seventy cents; five hundred copies, $3.25; one thousand copies, $6.00.

Regular meetings of the First Members of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., are held on the Saturday next preceding the first Sunday in June and on the first Tuesday in November in each year. At these meetings candidates for membership with this Church are admitted.

Applications for membership to be presented at these meetings must be in the hands of the Clerk of the Church on or before the fifteenth day of May or October.

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December 7, 1899

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