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18 (846) v ' THE PRESBYTER
Two For That Million-Dollar Goal for Foreign Missions must be reached. It r^n Kp fin Jk V WMAA k/v V4 V * 1 W How? Accept as your own the slogan of the women of Virginia. "Two dollars this year for every one given last" .They did not stop with . passing the resolution?they are working valiantly to make good. iThe year in America has been one of peace and plenty. J?T rwtr m 1 -i JL XV YV 1UUI.11 U1U yuu ^1VC last year? Double it. The contribution moi gift of last year. Your come. 1* 1 | Executive Commit Nashvil Eh * _ iu= = IAN OF THE SOUTH [October 18, 1916 Dollars r\^.. I wiie ? You can do it. It may be a strain, a sacrifice perhaps, but? Read this: One Missionary writes: "Hardly a day passes but that individuals or delegations from near and far distant villages come, begging for an evangelist or teacher iu ibiuui wiiii men!, i ncy will sit here for days and sometimes weeks begging and saying: 'Come now for we have many children to enter your school and some of our old people will soon pass away, and will never hear of Christ unless you send the message soon.' They cannot understand why we are so few," nth is waning, double your return blessing will surely ||i| tee Foreign Missions lie, Tenn.