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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1902

TEbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., APRIL, J. 902. I For The Baptist Union I. FROM " MAMA'S BABY." BY CARRIE H. YEA MAN. Dear Union, you come every month, But I wish you would come every day; You seem to cheer the moments And hurry the hours away. Often when I am lonesome, And cannot go to school, I go and get the paper, And take my little stool — And there I sit and read it Until I have read it through— Then I wish for another, So as to read that, too. Everything in it is so interesting To both large and small— It tells about other churches, Other people and all. It tells about our friends Going to the other shore To praise and serve our Master Forever and ever more. And now I wish you all good luck, For I am going to bid you adieu; And maybe, when I have time, I will write again to you. Now you must not laugh me to scorn For this is my first attempt. As a poet I have no renown— Hope this won't be read with contempt, For you see I am not a lady— I am only " Mania's Baby." WHITTLING ...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1902

the T ASSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 15. tlbe Baptist TUnfon. Published bv the Roanokr Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. R. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Executive Board: J. H. Hargrave. W. W. Waddill, and C. D. Gitl. Associate Editors: Dr. C. F. James. Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Win. Hedley. Terms: Per Year. 25 Cents. Pav to K. R. Waddill. Business Manager. A PRETTY GOOD SOBT OF WORLD. This world's a pretty good sort of world. Talcing it all together. In spite of the grief and sorrow we meet. In spite of the gloomy weather. There a e friends to love and hopes to bheer, And plenty of compensation For every ache for those who make The best of the situation. There are quiet nooks for lovers of books. With nature in happy union ; There are cool retreats from the noontide heats, Where souls may have sweet communion; And if there's a spot where the su...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1902

THE vvj T AS SO CIA TIO NAI BAPTIST PAPER IN THE ST A Tli Organ or tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 15. ITbe Baptist IDtnion. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. 11. Hargrove, Chatham, - - President. K. R. Waddill. Danville. - business Manager. F'xecutive Board: J. H. Hargrove. W. W. Waddill. and C. D. Gitt. Associate Kditors: Dr. C. F. James. Rev's. P. (1. Klsom, J. C. Holland. H. O. Crews, Win. Hedley. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to K. K. Waddill, business Manager. A PRETTY GOOD SORT OF WORLD. This world's a pretty good sort of world. Taking it all together. In spite of tlie urief and sorrow we meet. In spite of the gloomy weather. There a e friends to love and hopes to bheer, And plenty of compensation For every ache for those who make The best of the situation. There are quiet nooks for lovers of books. With nature in happy union ; There are cool retreats from the noontide heats. Where souls may have sweet communion; And if there's a spo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1902

Zbe Baptist IHnlon REV. T. B. THAMES, D. D., Editor. DANVILLE, VA., JULY, 1902. t©" When a Subscriber wishes a CHANGE OF ADDRESS, BOTH THE OLD and New Address should be given. The Roanoke AssoThe ciation holds its anAssoclation. nua i session this year with the church at Chestnut Level on Tuesday after the second Sunday in August. This is always an occasion of great interest and joy to our Baptist people. The location is one of the most delightful in all the Association. The hospitality will be most generous and cordial. There is no reason why this should not be made one of the most delightful and profitable meetings in the history of the Association. We beg to urge that the churches see to it at once that their letters are prepared, and properly prepared, and are delivered to' the clerk of the Association promptly. If the church can find no messenger to attend the meetings, let the letters be filled out and sent to the clerk of the Association through the mails. It is also highly i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1902

PERSONALS AND NEWS NOTES. Rev. P. G. Elsom is in a meeting at Vandola this week. The recently adopted constitution of Virginia went into effect last week. Rains and floods have played havoc with the crops in the West during the past ten days. Evangelist R. D. Garland is holding a meeting with Rev. R. E. L. Aylor this week at Sharon. Rev. R. D. Haymore is expected to assist Rev. F. H. Jones in a meeting at Ringgold this week. Dr. O. F. Gregory, of Baltimore, Md., accepts the call recently extended to him by the Adams Street church, Montgomery, Ala. A second awful calamity visited Johnstown, Pa., the past week, when about two hundred miners lost their lives in one of the coal mines near that unlucky city. Rev. P. G. Elsom, of Moffett Memorial Baptist church, held a meeting in June at Tabernacle Baptist church, Newport News, Va., in which there was a large number of conversions and over twenty-five added to its membership. Rev. T. B. Hill is the pastor. Bro. J. F. Parker, of Clarksvill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1902

Zbc Baptist 'Chiton. DANVILLE, VA., JULY, 1902. I For The Baptist Union. I LOOKING TO THE MASTER. BY HARPER BINFORD. "Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid." —Matt. xiv:27. Just a few verses preceding this you will find that Jesus had gone by way of ship into a desert place, as He loved so much to do when He had grown weary of a crowd. But this time He was not permitted to rest, for a great multitude followed on foot. And in that desert place He performed the wonderful miracle of feeding five thousand people with five loaves and two fishes. He then sent the multitude away and He went up into a mountain to pray. Notice that Jesus did not send the multitude away empty, but gave them to eat. So it is today. No hungry soul ever goes to Christ in earnest without being filled. But let us now look at the disciples, who had been sent on across the sea while the Master remained on land. They are now in the midst of the sea, their vessel tossed to and fro by the waves, for a great storm ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1902

THE Oh PEST AS S O CIA TIONAh BAPTIST PA , A IN Ttir ATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 15. THE PROCEEDINGS OF THK Roanoke Baptist Association. Chestnut Level Baptist Church, ) Pittsylvania County, Va., August 12th, 1902. j The Roatioke Baptist Association met to-day in its one hundred and thirteenth session with the church at this place. After devotional services, conducted by R. K. L. Aylor, the Association was called to order by the Clerk. The letters from the churches were presented and read before the body bv William Hedley and G. C. Duncan. C. T. Davenport, W. M. Pearson and J. T. Clements were appointed a Committee on Credentials. The introductory sermon was preached by J. C. Holland from Isaiah 52 :1. Prayer by J. M. Pilcher; benediction by J. C. Holland. Adjourned. AFTERNOON SESSION. The Association was called to order by the Clerk and led in prayer by W. D. Barr. The report of the Committee on Credentials was made by C. L. Davenport, chairman, showing that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1902

Übe Baptist XHiiion REV. T. B. THAMES, D. D., Editor. DANVILLE, VA., SEPT., 1902. (W When a Subscriber wishes a CHANGE OF ADDRESS, BOTH THE OLD and New Address should be given. Instantaneousness was The one Q f the characterBeclouded istics of our Lord's Vision. miracles. He spoke the word and it was done. This was the rule, and there were few exceptions. There was one exception, however, at Bethsaida, where He healed the blind man by stages. Jesus took the blind man by the hand and led him out of the town. When He reached a place from the busy hum of men, and where He would not be ths object of public gaze, He stopped. He placed His hands upon the man and asked him if he could see any - thing. The reply was, " I see men as trees, walking." This statement revealed the fact that the cure was not complete. He could see, but only in a hazy, indistinct way. Why did our Lord so act? Why did He not cure the man at once? The suggestion has been made that here was a living illustration of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1902

XTbe Baptist Xftnton. DANVILLE, VA., SEPT., 1902. I For The Baptist Union. I MORALITY. BY MISS SALLIE SCOTT. The young man who went to Christ to know what he must do to inherit eternal life said he had kept the commandments from his youth. He had expected to have merited salvation by his good works; but, believing his morality would save him, is no proof that he was saved. There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the tnd thereof are the ways of death." Believing a thing is so doesn't make it so; but the point is, are we believing the things which are true. Some men say every man is entitled to his own opinion. So he is if his opinions are founded upon the Scriptures, but not without. This young jman was one among those who, ignorant of God's righteousness, went about establishing their own righteousness. He had not attained the righteousness of God because he sought it not by faith, but, as it were, by the works of the law. Therefore he went away sorrowful. The joy and pea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1902

been large, and we think that we have never had a more promising outlook. Our thanks are due and freely given to the pastor and church at Chestnut Level for the provision they have made for our meeting, and for the services rendered bv them to give us a session free from interruption. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Wm. Hkdlky, Associational Superintendent. M. L. Wood, of the Augusta Association, was introduced to the Association. The moderator announced the following Standing Committees, which are to report at next meeting of the Association : STANDING COMMITTEE. 1. State Missions—W. B. James. 2. Home Missions—P. C. Keesee 3. Foreign Missions—C. J. Reynolds. 4. Education —E. A. Smith. 5. Sunday School and Bible Board—S. W. Mustain. 6. Ministers' Relief Fund—P. W. Ferrell. 7. Orphanage—J. Hunt Hargrave. 8. Obituaries—C. T. Dodson. 9. Religious Literature —Geo. W. Jones. 10. Temperance—J. H. Crews. 11. Young Peoples' Work —J. W. Gregory. E. R. Waddill read the REPORT ON RELIGIOUS LITERA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1902

THE OLD EST ASSOCIATIONAL BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE • Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 15. XEbe BaptistlHnion, Published bv the ROANOKE Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham. President. 8. R. Waddill, Danville, • Business Manager. m, Executive Board: YH. Hargrove. W. W..Waddill. and C. D. Gift. Associate Editors: Dr. C. F. James. Rev's. P. G. Blsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews. Wm. Hedley. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. Wahdiu.. Business Manager. | I For Tile Baptist Union. I OUR FATHER. SALI.IK SCOTT. Our Father which art in Heaven, Hallowed be thy name, Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done In earth and Heaven the same. Give us this day our daily bread, Forgive as we forgive, Into temptation lead us not, Help us from evil live. Thine shall all the kingdom be, All power to thee belong All glory to thy name above Shall always be our song. The Sky of the Heart. BV mai.tbik d. babcock. "A fallen leaf on a flowing stream, And on the water a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1902

Zbc Baptist lllnion RKV. T. B. THAMES, D. D., Editor DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1902. When a Subscriber wishes a CHANGE OF ADDRESS, BOTH THE OLD and New Address shoui.d be given, A Prophet tells The in a parable of a Residue man who planted an Thereof. °ak tree, and after it grew up cut it down, and used one part to make a fire with which to warm himself, another part to cook himself a meal of victuals and with what was left he made him a God,and with a warm body and full stomach, proceeded to worship it. That is for his physical and animal nature, he used his largest and best resource, and with that for which he had no other use he provided for his moral and spiritual life. This conception is accurately appropriate to our day and time. All around us there are people doing really and essentially the same thing. Devoting to religion only the residue and remnants of life. The minus is for the spirit, and the plus is for the physical. Indeed so much is required by the physical that there is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1902

Zbe Baptist Xflition. DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1902 Hews from tbe Cburcbee. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION. REV. H. G. CREWS, - - EDITOR. Dan River.—Brother Luck conducted and preached in his meeting at this church, commencing on the third Sunday. Fourteen were added by baptism. The churches that have their pastors to preach in their revival meetings are wise. No little trouble has come from a different course. How the gushing brother, whose robe of righteousness is rather threadbare, will come to the front and manifest his partiality to the visiting brother, by pushing him ahead of the pastor, whose plain, searching preaching, he does not quite relish. The pastor is made to feel that he is a back number for the time being. And some preachers are so unscrupulous as to cater to the reprehensible manipulations of these Diotrepheses who love to have the pre-eminence. Not unfreqtiently the pastor must move after these place-hunters take their leave. When interviewed as to the possibilities, they ven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1902

XEbeKaptfst Xflnicm. DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1902. THE MASTER'S WHISPER. By MRS. MAY ANDERSON HAWKINS. We have heard His voice in the morning, When rosily over the hills The first faint gleam of the sunrise Kissed valleys and murmuring rills. And it said in the.softest of whispers, '' I love thee! now what wilt thou bring This day, as a token of service And love to thy Friend and King?" And oh, how we answered the whisper With joy and with eyes a-shine; "Much fruit will I bring, dear Master, To prove I am wholly thine." But earth, with its joys, pressed closely And murmured, " There's time, and to spare." We listened, and lo! in the twilight No offering'of love was there. Then again came the tender whisper: "I love thee! what gift wilt thou lay At the foot of my cross, in token That thou art my own this day?" And we vowed, while the tears were streaming : "My aix I will lay at Thy feet!" We meant what we said, but the tempter Came wooing, with promise so sweet — Of honor and glory and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1903

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAL BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Rouoke Baptist Association. VOL. 16. Zh e Baptist Tllnion. Published bv thr Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatbam. - - President. B. R. Waddilt. Danville. - Business Manager. Executive Board: J. H. Hargrove. W. W. Waddill. and C. D. Gitt. Associate Editors: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, 1. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Wm. Hedley. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. IFor The Baptist Union I. A PARAPHRASE OF THE 2SD PSALN. BY REV. H. PETTY. "The Lord is my Shepherd," No want shall I know, He'll guide me and keep me, Wherever I go. In pastures of plenty, In peace I'll recline, With blessings, so many, I cannot repine. No ill can come nigh me, "He restoreth my soul," He leadeth me onward, To joys yet untold. His "goodness and mercy" Shall follow me through, "All the day of my life," Though many or few. E'en through the dark valley, I'll pass without fear, No evil can-har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1903

Zbc Baptist IDinion KEV. T. B. THAMES, D. D., Editor. DANVILLE, VA., FEB., 1903 BAPTISTICISM. This is a new word. It was coined by a Baptist pastor in the State of Ohio, and made its first appearance in print in the columns of the Baptist Argus, of Kentucky. The word is like some people, —it is not pretty, but good. It stands for what is best in our Baptist faith. The Baptists make the claim for themselves, sometimes, that they have the largest measure of truth. We are disposed to consider their claim reasonable, and to admit it. If the claim is just, and the truth should make us free, Baptists ought to be the best people in the world. But let us be modest! If we are the best, let others say so, not ourselves. All we assert is that Baptists ought to be the best people, because they have so much truth. Now an unfortunate failing of Baptists, or at least of too many of them, has been to have the truth of the letter without having the truth of the spirit. Some men, as the saying is, ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1903

XTbe JSaptlst Wnion. DANVILLE, VA., FEB., 1903. Dear Union: Any Church desiring the Ministers' and Laymen's Meeting sth Saturday and Sunday in March will please communicate with me. Fraternally yours, R. E. L. Aylor, Chairman Ex. Com. Chatham, Va., Feb. 6, 1903. Our List is Growing. Since our report in December we have received subscriptions from the following: Miss Lettie Carmichael, R. W. Baker, P. W. Ferrell, L. B. Conway, Sr., Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Mrs. Nettie Easley, Mrs. S. A. E. Clay, R. L. Turner, Chas. Simmons, Mrs. Jno. Thacker, Mrs. Lou B. Moseley, W. B. English, Mrs. E. O. Comer, Mrs. R. LPage, Mrs. O. F. Wooding, Mrs S. G. Berger, W. E. Glidewell, Mrs. M.' L. Tate, Miss Maggie Compton, Mrs. R. F. Barnes, Dr. W. O. Smith, Mrs. J. H. Monroe, Mrs. W. H. Ferrell, Mrs. Julia F. Ferrell, N. M. Ferrell, E. S. Bennett, W. Hampton Lewis, Mrs. H. C. Keatts, W. H. Deitrick, Miss Mamie Coleman, Mrs. T. A. McDowell, Mrs. Geo. Cumby, Mrs. A. M. Puryear, W. A. Dickerson, Mrs. G. E. Wad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1903

THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY DEPARTMENT. EDITED BY Mrs. WILLIAM MEDLEY, ASSOCIATIONAL SUPERINTENDENT. 620 Jefferson St.. Danville Va. The Associational Superintendent feels that she can congratulate the society workers on the encouraging and helpful series of letters that are printed below. These letters are full of hope and good counsel. The contributions, too, are large, and show that real work is being done and that it is being blessed of the Lord. ****** By an unfortunate oversight an interesting announcement has failed to be published. It should be more generally known that Mrs. W. B. James, wife of Rev. W. B. James, has been appointed as one of the members of the Executive Committee in the Southside. The heart of this elect lady is thoroughly in sympathy with Missions, and the Superintendent is delighted to have as a fellow-worker one who is so well qualified in every way to develop the interests of the cause. * * * * * * Some inquiries have been made respecting the way to i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1903

< V ■ T V L DE S T BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 16. Vbe Baptist Ulnion. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Onion, at Danville, Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Harffrave, Chatham. - - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Executive Board: J. H. Hargrrave, W. W. Waddill, and C. D Gitt. Associate Editors: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Wm. Hedley. n Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. For Thr Baptist Union, 1 The New Year. BY EU.A CARMICHAEL. The New year is with us, and the old year is passed away from us forever. It is gone beyond our recall. We cannot take back any words or acts which we may vainly regret having spoken or done. Many friends who started out with us when the old year was new, with bright promising hopes of the future, have been called away to the better land, while we, by the Lord's bountiful and tender mercy, are permitted to enter into a new year. Many friends...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1903

T jr DE ST — \ S OCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 16. ÜbeJßapttet TUnfon. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville, - Business Manager. Executive Board: J. H. Hargrave, W. W. Waddill. and C. D Gitt. Associate Editors: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Win. Hedley. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. For The Baptist Union.l The New Year. BY ELLA CARMICHAEL. The New year is with us, and the old year is passed away from us forever. It is gone beyond our recall. We cannot take back any words or acts which we may vainly regret having spoken or done. Many friends who started out with us when the old year was new, with bright promising hopes of the future, have been called away to the better laud, while we, by the Lord's bountiful and tender mercy, are permitted to enter into a new year. Many friends to w...

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