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TO STAY AT HOL
4GHTSEERS SHOULD KEEP OUT
OF EUROPE UNTIL PEOPLE
GET ON FEET AGAIN.
APTISTS ENLARGE WORK
lission Secretary Will Recommend
How Evangelistic, Educational'and
Benevolent Program Can
Be Carried Out.
Americans should keep out of Enr.
pe, unless they have important busi.
ees there, until Europeans have had
n opportunity to get on their feet
gain, declares Dr. J. F. Love, secre
ry of the Foreign Mission Board of
he Southern Baptist Convention.
Dr. Love, as chairman of a commis
ion named by the Baptist 75 Million
:ampaign to visit Europe and make a
urvey of the mission fields there, has
i1st returned from a five months' tour
f the continent. H says Americap.
ave distributed cash with such a lay.
sh hand in many places on the conU.
ent that the people have become. con
inced that every American has money
o throw away and as soon as they
pot a citizen from this.oountry they
roceed to overcharge him for every.
hing he buys "rdxJ46ef service ren
ered. Unless Americans forego
ight-seeing In Eurq fof a,few years
lot of the native: Ie will become
'rofessional beggars, in Dr. Love's
Baptists Suffered Heavily.
Along with the 6ther religious do,
ominations Baptists suffered heavy
)sses of property in Europe during the
var, Dr. Love reports, but he found
hat such Baptists as survived the war
emained loyal to their convictions and
hey are now ready to welcome the
Id and co-operation of American Bap.
lets in the rehabilitation of their coun.
ries and the propagation of the gospel.
From the contact formed with the
laptists of the chief countries of Eur
ipe by these representatives of the
louthern Baptist Convention Dr. Love
lelieves there wijI ultimately be
ormed a co-operative alignment of the
3aptists of the world that will make
hem larger factors in world evangeli
ation than they have ever been be,
Carry en Relief Work.
While the program which Southera
3aptists will carry on in the European
sountries which- they have not ocdi-,
led before will not be ddtermined un.
i after the commission has reported
o the Foreign Mission Board, members
f the commission found crying need
or money with which to meet cases
emanding immediate relief and cabled
tome for funds to be employed in this
onnection- in northern France and
lelgium. This money was promptly
orwarded and has been distributed
hrough an agency set up in Paris in
onjunotion with the foreign .Miss-ion.
ry Society of,.the Northern Baptist
ionvention. Prior to the visit of this
ommission, missionary work by South
rn Baptists in Europe has been con
ined to Italy and Bohemia. However,
he commission visited England, Scot.
and, France, Belgium, Holland and
taly, but found it impossible to get
nte Caechio-Slovakcia, the Balkans and
Lussia at this time.
Palestine and Egypt Visited.
After the tour of- Europe had been
ompleted, the comnlission, which in.
luded Dr. Z. T. Cody, editor of the
aptist Courier, qif.qjeejville, S. C.,
ad Dr. Everett dll fraiet'ly mission,
ry to Italy, but now a pastor in Kan
as City, wont to.fla,19egue-to look into
be missionary work there formerly
one bythe Baptists of Southern Illi-J
eois, but recently -taken over by the
'oreign Mission Board of the Southern
laptist Convention. A trip into EIgypt
r the purpose of studying the Moham.
aedan situation was made by the party
Fhile awaiting a ship en which to re
urn to Italy. So far, Christianity hae
made very little inroad on Mohamme
anism anywhere Dr. Love found,
hough some of the missionary agon
ies in Palestine have been established
sr more than a half- century. He an
icipates a better chance for the Chris
Ian religion there, following British
ecupation of that country.
Establish Orphanage in Rome.
Ey reason of the liberal response
rem the native Christians in the vai
us mission fields to the 75 Million
ampaign, many improvements~ en
hose fie'lds have been made possible.
mong the enlargements already pro
ided for are an orphanage in Rome,
ho addition of a girls' department at
tio Collegs in Brazil, and land for a
irls' school at Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The Interior China Mission was
sked for $7,500 for the campaign, and
rie misrsionais there subscribed this
lone, while the native conver-ts added
4,500. The Nothi China Mh~aion has
ubsacribod $50,000, while lBrazil n.''
napond with neaurly $1,000,000. I.
outh IHrmzil the ecamrpaign as it was
arriedl on ini the Soumth, was dupllited
rith all thr- specI ildays arad other ex
raordlinar:y efforts and t he retrpons
m far beix n'Id the antlli-iationm. of the~
oroign Nioa511 iloard. In' Argonitina
rne plct. askod was $75,000, while thc
aturns from that countr-y .bavo already
IMPROVEMENT IP4 MARKETING
Margin Can Be Cut if Producer. Will
Work Toget'er-Uniform Prod.
uct I Favored.
A. D. \Vilsoi, chief of the agricul.
tural extension division of the Uni
versity of Minnesota, holds that the
prico margin betwee.n the producer and
consumer can be.cut .dowu if thl pro
duvers In every commniuity will work
totrether suflliently to produee a stand
arol product of good quality and In
quantitles large eiough to let it be
nwrketed In carluts. "Iinprovenicut in
Ilstr keti ng." lie anu, "must be along
fie line of reducing the labor: and ex
pense required In getting the products
from he farm to the consuner. One
of the things which tends ' to reduq
Ihis cost, Is to have produced In a con
m1imitfy a large quantity of a uniform
produet." The marketing of co-oper
ative crenmery butter is cited by Mr.
Wilsonl as an illuminating Illustration
of the truth of his premises.
ERADICATION OF BLACKHEAD
One of Meet Difficult of Poultry Die.
easee *A Contend With-Freezing
Ilacklead is one of the most diffl.
cult of diseases to eradicate and since
occasionally other poultry becomes af
fected, it is well to carefully plow up
all poultry runs, whitewash fences and
houses, ahd have all -feeding vessels
burned or boiled. Freezing weather is
an aid in stamping out the disease, but
It is best not to try to raise turkeys
the following year, if the disease has
been very bad on the farm., In be
ginning -with a new flock another year,
be very sure of. your eggs or breeding
stock and that they come from a place
that has not been infected.
WINTER SHELTER FOR STOCK
Suitable Proteotion is Most Desirable
toe Prevent. Loss From Sudden
Shelter is highly desirable during
winier. Animals may survive very
sudden and severe weather; they gen
erally do. But these sudden spells
atwhiys #uise a loss to the feeder when
the animals ar exposed to the
Magistrate--"Yiu are convicted of
pig stealing. Now, if this sort of thing
is allowed to continue, we shall none
oi us h sanie "----imdui Asiiers.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S sigaature on bo. 10c.
We are gi
able to get
spite of their
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.one of these.
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