SHOUT Tl-;u>! W(ll!lvi:us \ I I |>l II
]!y Ui<\. Kghert \V. Smith, I ?. I'.
Two of our stations in China ai'"
in immediate in -? d of two ladies to
teach Knglish in their two boys'
schools. At oii<" of these schools liu*
present holy teacher of Knglish will
soon leave for her furlough. wit's no
one to take her place. At the other
this need lias never yet been supplied.
These two ladv teachers should he
of sound health, should have the true
missionary spirit, an earnest ('litis
linn character, and the ability to
teach Knglish. If they could lead in
singing hymn tunes it would help.
They Heed not know Chinese, and they
could retain to this country in two
or three years if necessary. For fur
ther information please write inc.
I'ost-oHire Itox "."JO. Nashville, Tetin.
aiiu.ws \ s < o\i i .
The Christian Workers' and Young
People's Conference for the Synod of
Arkansas, to he held in Arkansas Col
lege August 2-11, )!?'_' 1.
There are many reasons why there
should he a large and representative
erowd at this conference, hut I will
present here only one appeal, and that
is, "I.ovaltv to Your Church."
The writer spent a week recently in
A rkadelphia. Ark., where the Metho
dists had just had a very successful
conference, and where the ltaptists
were just opening one. The latter
had an unprecedented attendance. All
the rooms of Ouachita College were
engaged before the opening, and it
was necessary to solicit rooms in pri
vate homes for the overflow.
Presbyterians of Arkansas, show
your loyalty to your Church l?y see
ing to it that the con fol euro tc? l>??
hold in liatosvillo will ho well at
tomlod. A st roiig proaram lias b**'ii
l?ro|iju*ril. Lot o\ory ?*l?u r?*ii in tho
Synod have at loast one dolei'ate. Sdi !
r?'Hi.<t ration fee of to U*?v. \Y S.
l.acv. 1 1. I?.. P.at* svill*>. Ark., .v. II ?>t
advance of 111" ? ?!?? n i n < In t ??. I'ar
ilior information can !>?> soe?:o?l from
the ahovo or from l>r. John Van i.oar.
Idttlo Hock. Ark. .las. I I'ai-dev.
I III < \TI??\ M. \M? itIXIII
< ON I ritKM K.
The period of the Montreal t'onier
eti<-o assigned to the Kx?'fiil iv??
mittee of Christian Kdat-ntioii an i
Ministerial Uelief is from \nunsi Tt'.i
to August HUli. Tho opening si"
moll w ill In ? preached by IJe\ . A. I'..
Curry. I), 1 . Moderator of tho <!on
i ral Assembly. The l!tl?h> Hour will
]>?? cond'tcied 1?v Rev. Melton Chirk.
1 >. 1>. Adilrossi's will in- nnido i?y U. v.
Coleman (>. (Srovos*. I). 1 >. . Rev. Thorn
ton Whaling. I'. 1 1 . . and others The
conferenee will lie in charge of Sec
rotary llonry II Sweets. (in \\"? ?<|?*i?<
day there will b<> held a eonf' vence
of all tlo* orphan homes ami schools
of tho Synods, and o:i Wed'ies'inv
night a pageant on this work v. ill be
presented by children from ? ? s ? > homo*-.
I'l T o\i: <>| Til KM l\ Mil i:
i iy I'ov. Wadi' c. smith.
I not ice Mr. It. K. Ma^.ill Ic wrii
t ??!! an article undor tin- caption. ? !'i i
Yourself hi Tlo'ir i'lace "
usual solicitude for our uioh'rj'a d
;i 1 1 < 1 overworked liome missionaries,
lie is holding out the opportunity af
forded by the "Vacation Fund" for a
timely piece of self-forgetting minis
try to an army of faithful and un
complaining workers. For twenty
dollars i>ih' of those can be given two
weeks of delightful and refreshing
rest at .Montreal or Kerrville. That
i.t course, for board and gate fee;
1 1 . m -porta4 ion would have to be ar
ratiued in addition.
The "Vacation Fund" should be
large enough to use to the limit the
facilities available to it at these re
sorts. It will be so if some of us are
willing io change the title of that call
to "Put Ono of Them in Sly Place."
There ate perhaps hundreds of us
who will not make it to Mod treat or
Kerrville this summer because of be
liiK unable t ?> get away from home,
or on account of other outside en
gagements. We could doubtless af
ford the indulgence if we had Ul
timo. hot's put one of these faithful
missionaries in our place at Montreal
or Korrville. Solid Mr. Magill twenty
dollars, at least. to-day. and toll liim
that although it seems impossible foi
us to not thero this summer, wo want
our place tilled. Perhaps lie will In
able t(T put in ;i much tnoro worths
RICHMOND TRUST CO
CAPITAL, SI, 000, 000
< 'ornt'r Hroad Corner Main
i\ Monroi' Sis. 7th Sis.
Oitns yi >11 expert service as your finnnrial si'rro
i. try ami business agent at an insignificant eosl.
I ii I ? r? ?>( allow i il on ilaily balances of Savings ac
1*1 >i 1 1 1 1 s.
I > N N k I \ < ; T R I STS R F A 1 . F.STAT E
I < > 1 1 \ SKF.LTt ?\ WILLIAMS, Chairman of Board
! i !*.:?: miss. i?,,-i<i. ni i\ i:. w. commix, Yice-i?res.
I. i> < :?: Ml\ Yire-I'res. R. J. WILLI NC.IIAM. Jr., Sec'y-Treas.
( J. Will' RS<>\. Vice- Pres. DRANK MAI RV. Trust Officer
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* O * Lewisburg
Lewis burg bemmary, west virgin
"( in thI ri< r ! " ; ? 1 1 . " 1 1 ? ? i t \\ < ! * i n i t < >i \- of I ewisl mrg Seminary, is fire- proof t hrough
oui. All room> < i : i > : < ; < ? uoirs, .ind most of tin in have connect ill}*' baths. The
< l< ?rini 1 1 >i \ \\ i ! ! ;;ee< >mn:< < I ; ? I <? 1 10 bearding si nden t s, I wo in a room.
I <\v '-Tin;.; S< .nii;;tr\ i> in i ! ??? mountains ? >1 West Virginia, 2,300 feet above sea
level, near White Snlphm Spnny.s, <>n the main line of the C. S: O. Railroad, Station
Uonce\erle, \\ < > I \ i: l ini.i.
( ollet e 1'iej.arau r\ are ! iei ti\e ( ourses are offered, together with two years of
college w < ik. A.Im) I'i. i .< ?. \ 'it. n. \ nice, Art, I Expression and Nome (Economics (in
( 'hiding I * ? >i i -< IManning and Interior l>ecorating, Cooking and Chemistry of Foods,
Sewing, Costume I leaguing, Millinery)
110th session ? |h iis W < dn< sday, October 5th. Catalogue on request. Write to
.INO. I. ARMSTRONG, President
P. (). Box 37 Lewjtmrg, \V. Va.
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