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B. F. HAYNES.
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TENNESSSEE METHODIST, published at Naslıville, Tenn., subscription price recently reduced to $1 a year in advance, is edited by B. F. HAYVES and SAM P. JONES. The paper is a live religious eight page weekly, and is read and enjoyed by all the members of every family where it is taken. Sam Jones is as great an editor as he is an orator. Read his editorials every week in TENNESSEE METHODIST. Jle writes on all the live questions of the day, and on every interest vital to
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The only: SELF-PRONOUNCING Teachers' Bible and TENNESSEE METHODIST for one yer for $2.95. This Bible has all the helps the Oxforil Teacher's Bible bas. The cut on the opposite page shows the exact size of the Bible when closed.
Bound in French seal, divinity circuit. gold eilges, !ninion type, clear and bold. This book and the paper for $2.95. OF THE HUNDREDS SOLD
We have heard nothing but expressions of surprise at the excellence of the book, and its marvelous cheapness. Each mail brings orilers from those who have bonglit, or who have seen, this Bible purchased by others.
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REV. W.R. PEEBLES, Pulaski, Tenn.: Your Self Pronouncing l’remium Bible was received December 20th. It is the grandest premium I ever heard of Everything about it is fully up to your representation. Just !o think. it is a superior book to the one I have been using for 15 years, the price of which wa- $10 00. Marrel. ous! Everybody who wants a Bible to lasti life time, with all the hard names pronounced, and all the inodern up-to-clate helps to its study, ought to send you $2.95 and get this one. ani! also get for one year the I'- NNESSEE METHODIST which is the widest awake and widest awakening church paper now publisher south of the North pole.
REV. HOWARD W. KEY, D.D., President M.C.F. Institute. Jackson, Tenn.: The Bible is phenomenally cheap. It is at the same tiine excellent in its mechanical make-up and especially attractive in pronouncing Scriprure names. do not understand how such a book can be sold at so low a price.
JAS. R. COCKRELL. lionelson, Tenn.: I am well pleased with the Bible I received with your paper. It is worth several times the price paill for it. I think every one ought to have one that wants to learn something of the Bible teaching. I think, also, your paper is one of the best church papers I ever read.
REV. C. M. KEITH, Kingston, Texas.: The Self-Pronouncing Bible proured from you is a gem. It is a marvel of cheapness the way you furnish it to subscribers. I consider it the cheapest book I ever bought. It comes fully up in every respect to your representation of it. Thousands ought to take advantage of your offer.
PROF. J. H. KELLEY. Bentonville, Ark.: 1 tind it is in all l'espects just what your allvertisement claims. The self-pronouncing festure in connection with others to numerous to mention. gives it a superiority over any Bible I have yet seel).
REV. E. B. RAMSEY, Paducah, ky.: I regard pour Sell Pronouncing Bible, not only cheap, but the best fuji protitable use I have seun. What an advantage not to have to turn to a dictionary when a raril name to pronounce is reached. The people heru who have the Bible are delighted with its arrangements for help.
REV. L. L. CIRLOUK, D.D., Athens, Tenn.: I regard the self-loronouncing Bible is one of the best I ever saw. The typogrphy, the binding and all the mechanical work is splendid. But it is especially to be prized on account of ies helpfultiess in pronouncing Scripture names. It is worth twice the amount you charge for it.
J.S. ILANDY, Monroe, La.: The Bible comes up fully to your representation, and I am well pleased with the same.
N. S. GRAHAM. Celeste, Texas: It is all that it is advertised to be. I can heartily recommend it to any one wishing a Bible. It is equal to any *j Bible I bave ever seen. and I cannot speak too highly of its merits. The only wonder is that you can furnish such a Bible for the remarkably low price.
S. A. PARKER, Springfield, W. Va.: After comparing your Bible with the Oxford Teacher's Bible." 1 pronounce it (as to accurate pronunciation, clear type, quality of paper and biuding and superior helps) ihe best Bible I have ever seen. I hereby recoin mend it.
H. G. PETRIE, Elkton, Ky.: I can say without hesitation that the self- Pronouncing Bible I procured from you is the cheapest Bible I ever bought. In advertising you did not overstate its inerits. I was agreeably surprised when I came to examine it. Its general use would bring about uniformity in pronouncing Scripture names, which is inuch needed.
REV. JOSEPHUS STEPHAN, Farmington, Mo.: The TENSE SKE METHODIST bears out its reputation for sticking to the truth in the faithful fulfillment of its representation of the Preminin Bible. It is everything you claim for it, and the largest return for the money we bave ever seen offered by a religious or secular journal. I would urge upon all who need a good Bible, and such as you represeut, to be wise and accept your generous proposition at ou ce.
REV. RUMSEY SMITHSON, D.D., Wash. ington, D. C.: Upon receiving the Self-Pronouncing Bible from the TENNESSEE METHODIST I compared it with my eight dollar Oxford Bible, The S. S. Teacher's Edition," and find that, in its “lielps for the Study of the Bible," it is equal to the latter in all respects, and surpasses it in the additional feature of being seif. pronouncing. It is of good material, and well bound. In every particular it meets the description given of it in the TENNESSEE METHODIST. I was most agrecably surprised on receiving such an excellent book. The cheapness of this book is truly marvelous.
E. A. ENOCAS, Natchez, Miss.: The Self-Pronouncing Bible is fully up to the representations of it made in your advertisements. The marvel to me is, how you can sell a book su cheap.
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