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    OUR SCHOOL AT BATTLE CREEK

    In the matter of the school at Battle Creek, the General Conference Committee and the representative men at Battle Creek cannot wait until the means are all raised. They must lay their plans sufficiently broad, and then go to work with the means already raised. And while the buildings are going up, let the money be raised to complete the work. Should it be necessary, on account of narrow views and the tardiness of our people, a debt could be made, to be reduced year by year, as the men of this world do successfully in the execution of worldly schemes.EAAP 20.1

    OUR HEALTH INSTITUTE.

    With a liberal hand, our people should free our Health Institute from all embarrassments and obligations, and make it capable of receiving three hundred patients. Then the worthy afflicted people of the Lord, who have not the means to spare, could find an asylum for a few weeks, or months, free of charge. When there shall be stock taken to swell the sum to $100,000, the interest all to be appropriated to the charitable uses of the Institute, then it will be placed forever above want, and be able to expend $10,000 annually on the worthy poor.EAAP 20.2

    It is reported there are seventy patients at the Institute, and that there are daily arrivals from all parts of the country. The increasing confidence in the Health Reformer, and the Health Institute, and the ability and integrity of our people in the management of such matters, is encouraging. It is remarkable that the knowledge and influence of these should be so extensive, when we have advertised only in our own publications. A few hundreds of dollars expended in advertising, and there could be three hundred patients called to the Institute as easily as seventy. But we have not dared to advertise, lest more should come than could be treated. This is a living shame to our people. The Health Institute has been, and still can be, one of the most powerful means of shedding light upon many honest minds, and spreading abroad, in the most favorable manner, the knowledge of the truth.EAAP 21.1

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