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(1) Miss Clifford Irene Barratt,
aster, educational work, Kaifeng, (
bina; (4) Millard Theron Rankin, 'W
educational work, Temuco, Chile.
From the larger proceeds of the
Baptist 75 Million Campaign the for
eign Missiorn Board of the Southern
Baptist Convention has been enabled
to send out more than 160 new mis
sionaries since that movement was
launched, it is announced, and of that
nnumber sixty young men and women,
representing fourtoen states, have just
sailed for China, Japan, Africa, Brazil,
Argentina and Chile. In addition to
these, Dr. and Mrs. Everett Gill of
Kansas City will sail September 14 to
become represontatives of the Board
in Europe, while Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hamlett of Austin, Texas, have just
sailed for Jerusalem, whore they will
maintain headquarters in acting as the
Near East representatives of the
The new missionaries to China and
Japan sailed from Beattie, Saturday,
August 27, on the llawkoye State of
the Admiral Line, while those for Bra
sil, Argentina, Chile and Africa sailed
from Now York on the Aeolus August
17. rhey will be engaged chiefly in
evangelistic, educational, medical and
agricultural work and will be sta
tioned at various points in these fields.
Wille a large number of new workers
have been sent out by the Board since
the beginning ci the Campaign, at
least 00 other capable yoing men and
women could be employed to advant
age If they were available, Secretary
10 F. Love advises.
Mission Money Gets Results.
Of the more than $25,000,000 that
has been collect.edi in cash oin the 75
Million Campaign to date, about $5,
000,000 has gone to foreign iolsslons.
This has ninde it possible not only to
strengthen the old wvork on all fields
lilSPERCSION Ii AS IIEGUtN
(lenmson Col leig-, SepL . i.-The boll
wceevil, su long is I here is fntod avail
able in the iotltot fild, dies very lit
tle mitigrat ing duing the- spring antd
dle of Auguvst, Ithe pest is sei-zed by
the mtigrat on: instintct andi hi-gins a
unitdi stopped(( by Utw Iirtst. killing frost.
tomologi:t , explan!t;- to farmers why
they hiav- lb-en obervitn a njreater
niumbr oft weevit iIs iteir fi-lsdr
ing the last w. ek or tent days thtan
at, anty previous: t ime.
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doesn't often happen, y<
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and investing bank.
We solicit the patrona
al attributes are likewis(
Sly desire to become such.
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aries for Chini
3reezewood, evangoiistic work, Pochow, C
11hina; (3) Miss H-anniah Jane Plowden,I
IlliSton, evangelistic: work, Canton, China
missionaries, but to do mnuch other t
woric, Including building or making li
substantial additions to 15 boys' <
schools, 17 girls' schools;, 37; ission 11
residences, five hjosplI.ah andI dispen-, a
saries, four lighlt and power plants for, s
Mission compounds, 26 church build- t
Ings, four colleges, seven theological I
1.eminaries., In addition, assistance hasl
been given Reven church building loan V
associations, six new stations have u
been opened and equipped, land has <
been bought for the enlargement of a
several mission compounds, a home for f
orphans in Italy has been established, n
and a block of grouind has been pur- t
chased in the heart of Rome for head- v
quarters for the wors: in Italy, a theo- I
logical seminary, publishing house, (
church and mission residence being F
provided on this prcperty.2
Enlarge European Field. t
As a result of tho Campaign, South- t
ern Baptista hav. lbon enabled to P
greatly enlarge the'!-r work in Europ. <
They have carried cn mission work In
Italy since 1870, Intnow they have:
opened up new wc:In Jugo-Slavia, I
Hungary and Roun--nia, and have made f
a beginning, throuz-" the distribution 8
of Bibles, in the Ulhrdine and Southern i
Russia and Sibed--a. To act as the
Efuropean rersn:ue of the Board!
In this enlarged pro7--am, Dr. and Mrs. f
XEverett Oil] of X.--.sns City were re- tj
cently namned. T7-y will probably I
make their head,-,:- -,1ters in Switzter
The first. work Couthern Bapt ist s
have ever dlone lo- 'ng to the evangel
ization of Mhm nlands has juistt
beon undertaken ,i Palestine and
Syrkt, and Dr. and! ':rs. W A I familett
of usin Txa :av gn to or
prons ~of te iedmnt eto. >~ ohw
ou hian we' expected, bcah use o (mill
wlinter, ever farmrb sould punton forth
hisso hert. bufots to dtoy ii(othereis
wtinterltt homs.iThios dettion boy
sists i claing~ upiraces illldtch
rensidecews, te hsedges of~ woosn .
nelete forclihar, and oter las o
whrio compoenvi, may cfind proper
inC or crpsofer snevef thelogical
wemais. in addeiligt, ause ha
benin oasne and ehippe, land has
lan an doko gon a be ~r
logical sminry tubhing thouse
g~ed ths whoseperson
gratly thos-e tewor ian et.
ney haved c Threre ' iso worki
a eIfnntio:T h M an ingribtn
ropeTn P-iresidAen fthe oar
UZONt Gilashier Cty~vr ie
cently uli~iled.u'uiuy u:lErEal
hina; (2) )Also Grace Stribling, West
Kingstree, evangelistic work, Soochow,
;(5) Mliss Cornelia Brower, Sumter,
he work of the native evangel.
sts. It Is planned to establish a
hurch, theological seminary and col
,3ge, hospital and orphanage at .fru.
alem as soon as practicable and thus
eek to reach other points in Pales
Ins and Syria from this center.
Minister to 900,000,000 People.
With the enlarged foreign mission
rogram of Southern Baptista that de
tomination is now operating In 18
ountries on every aide of the globe,
nd has Inl its enmploy practically 500
oreign m1issionaries and twice that
umber of native vrbrkers trained in
he miasion schools. Throughr Its
resent missionary operationt- the
loard Is seeking to minister to 475,
00,000 yellow people, 4,000,000 brown
ieople, 200,000,000 black people and
25,000,000 white people, making a
otal of 900,000,000 people, or more
han hialf the population of the globe.
Jumibered amiong its workers already
in thle field are 21 foreign physicians
and 8 foreign mission nurses who last
,ear gave 154,070 treatments. There
tre now 611 mission churches onl the
oreign fHolds and of this number 184
tre self-suipporting. The average con
ributions of these mission churches
;1st year to djenomiinational causes was
5 per member, the Christians on the
oreign fields respondinjg more liber
MlY as a resullt of the 75 Million Cam.
The niew missionaries sailing at this
ie we() Cotri:l a cby Ote followin
tates,: Alavamnia two, Arkansa on ,
ogia five, Keliatky six, Louisiana
wo. Mississippi four, l-Mis::ouri four,
'orth Crolina three, South Carolin
ive, Tinnesse five, Texas fiften
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ery and Syravomis cnterurtr
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