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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1904

Zbe Baptist TUnton. DANVILLE,VA., MARCH, 1904. RBV. J. B. HICKS, - • EDITOR. Examine the date on your label and if you are behind please let ua hear from you as early as possible. DUTY. I know of no better maxim or principle to guide one in life than this one: "Do thy duty." Indeed, to me, duty is the greatest word in the lexicon of life. Someone has said that "Duty lives under all skies, inhabits all lands, speaks all languages, enters all professions, toils at all trades, tastes all experiences, confronts all opportunities." What is duty? It is the sense of oughtness. It is that within us which tells us what we ought to do. It is that which judges between right and wrong, and declares that the right should be supreme in every course of action. It is the nobler self in us commanding us to do the right thing. It is the moral imperative speaking from the throne of judgment, and saying, you must do this if you would be a true man or a true woman. Am I going too far when I say the voic...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1904

The Christian In Trouble. The Psalmist in the 107 th Psalm describes in simplest diction, the awful grtndeur of a storm at sea, verses 23 -31: "They go down to the sea in ships,—that do business in great waters; These are the works of the Lord, and His wonders in the deep, For He commandeth, and raiseth the stormy wind, Which lifteth up the waves thereof. They mount up to the Heaven, they go down again to the depths; Their soul is melted because of trouble. They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, and are at their wit's end. Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble. And He bringeth them out of their distresses. He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof are still. Then are they glad because they be quiet; So He bringeth them unto their desired haven." The aim of the writer is to illustrate the experience of a Christian in- trouble. '' Whom the Lord loves, He chastens." Trials are necessary to the Christian; they are the means of grace to him; they fit him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1904

; BUSINESS | . HOTTOES. | ' ■ ItmilJ K ■ We want to make our good j j ; | hViT v M reputation better still by giving < | !; Kj* \ ' I universal satisfaction to our <> !> Jl\ \ /.* patrons. If dissatisfied, tell us ' Y i • |,i # why | a fllK ' f Cs:, - If we damage any article in- j; j> trusted to our care there will be ;! i no to sue We i | settle as soon as the damage i satisfactorily explained. i Our prices are adjusted to the quality of our work. We pay | I good wages to good people for good work. And we have to eat < 1 something too. ; \ If your work is'not done to your satisfaction we will do it over <j ; again without extra charge. The main thing with us is pleasing \ i the customer. < LET US DO YOUR WASHING. I STAR LAUNDRY GO., | 1333 Patton St., DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. OSBORNE HARROWS, SOLID AND CUTAWAY DISC. Nothing better can be used on a farm. See us about them. Fuller Brothers, DEALERS JN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1904

TIT Ij OI,DE 8 T AS SO CIA TIONAI, BAPTIST PA PUR IN THE STATU Organ of theßoauoke Baptist Association, VOL. 17. GbeJßaptteUllnkm. Published bv the Roanokk Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. K. K. Waddill. Danville. • Business Manager. Executive Board: J. H. Hargra\'e, W. W. Waddill. and C. I) 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. t a) 2 Thought Gems $ V v GATHERED HERE AND THERE. Is-fMX Life always takes on the character of its motive. —J. O. Holland. Man's destiny is not to l>e dissatisfied, !>nt unsatisfied—always athirst for God. —Driftwood. Sins are easier kept out than driven out. Never step over one duty to perforin another. There is no good in praying for anything, unless von will also try for it. —Heniy Van Dyke. If yon would find a good many faults, he on the lookout: hut if yon want to find ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1904

Zbe Baptist TElnton. DANVILLE. VA., AUG., 1904. RKV. J. H. HICKS, - - KIHTOR. WHAT HAKES THE DIFFERENCE? Among the hills of northern Pal - estine there nestles a little lake. We have all heard of it and read about it many, many times. Upon its shores the Saviour often walked and taught. Its blue waters still reflect his purity, and in their silent murmur re-echo his sweet, divine message of love. Its name is the Lake of Galilee. The waters of this lake are pure, sparkling, lifegiving. They teem with fish. And it is said that wherever the surrounding hills recede far enough from the shore to permit the for mation of soil, there is rich, luxuriant vegetation. The whole atmosphere around this lake is charged with the forces of life. Seventy miles to the south lies the Dead Sea (significant name). It is more than twice as large as the Lake of Galilee. ' Into it flow the waters of the Jordan and of several other small streams. It is thirteen hundred feet below the level of the sea and ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1904

TLbe Baptist Ulnion. Program of Roanoke Baptist Association. The 115 th session of Roanoke Baptist Association will be held at Mt. Herraon Baptist church, August 16th, 17th and 18th. The following is the program: FIRST DAY. 10:30 A. M. —Reading of church letters and enrollment of tnembers. 12:00 M.—Sermon, Jos. E. Hiclts: alternate, William Hedley. 2:00 P. M.—Election of officers. 2:30 P. M Report on Ministers' Relief, W. D. Barr. 3:15 P. M.—Report on Sunday School and and Bible Board, W. O. Smith. 4:00 P. M.—Report on Young Peoples' Union, Geo. A. Lea. 4:30 P. M.—Report of Executive Committee, R. E. L. Aylor, Chairman. Miscellaneous business. SECOND DAY. 9:00 A. M. —Devotional Exercises. 9:30 A. M. —Miscellaneous business. 10:00 A. M.—Reixirt on Home Missions, R E L. Aylor. 11: A. M. —Report on Foreign Missions, Wtn. Hedley. 12:00 M.—Sermon. 2:00 I'. M. —Reports of the Committees tor the (our sections of the Association, of the Committee on Digestof Letters, and general discussion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1904

W. T. KEELING. H * C. SWANSON. Holland's Warehouse, KEELING & SWANSON, Managers. FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. We take this method of informing you that we have moved into HOLLAND'S WAREHOUSE, which we have leased for a term of years. This is one of the OLDEST and BEST HOUSES on the Danville market. We have put it in first-class order in every respect, and now have the best of accommodations for man and beast. Plenty of stalls to accommodate all the horses that may come, a large dry lot that will hold all wagons without having to run them out in the street, first-class camp rooms, and a good day and night-man to look after your wants. With experienced men in every department, we shall endeavor to merit a continuance of past favors and pledge you that nothing shall be left undone on our part to please you. Your friends truly, KEELING & SWANSON. The following gentlemen are with us and will be glad to see and serve their friends: Ike L- White...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1904

~ nov vm •y vtf getfell w8 f i TIfIaOCIATJOJM& BAPTIST PAPER IN TUB STATU Orgu of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 17. TEbe Baptist tUnton. Published by the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Vm. OFFICERS: J. H. Margrave, Chatham. - - President. B. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Biicnrrvi Board: J. H. Hargrave. W. W. Waddill. and C. D Gitt. Associate Editor*: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Wm. Hedlev. Terms: Per Year. 25 Cents. Pav' to B. R. Waddill. Business Manager. Special Notices. In your letters t<r the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you wish change of postoffice address, always give the namt/rom which as well as the poatoffice to which you wish the change made. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. The office of The Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co., in the rear of Turner's News Stand, next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. THE FINE ART O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1904

GbeJßaptist Xllnton, DANVILLE. VA., NOV., 1904. REV. J. B. RICKS, - • EDITOR. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. We want to say a word upon an old subject— The Importance of the Sunday School. We don't know that we shall be able to say anything new about the Sunday school, but we want to emphasize anew its significance. We are sure we are true to the facts when we say that the Sunday school is the most important phase of the church work. If the alternative were presented of giving up the Sunday school or the preaching service, we should certainly say, maintain the Sunday school. The most important part of every congregation is seldom reached from the pulpit —the children. You may talk all you choose about simple preaching, but the same kind of preaching that reaches and interests children will not reach and interest men and women. If you make preaching simple enough for the children, you make it too simple for grown people. The spiritual food, like the natural food, of the child m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1904

Zbe Baptist tUnion. The regular monthly meeting of the Baptist Sufiflay- School Association was hw at Second Baptist Church, tUNfimt Sunday In November. The following is tile report for October: Av. New Bchools. Superintendents. Atten. Sdisl. First Church W. P Boat wright 183 25 Moffett-Memo.... C. C. Franklin 151 20 Keen-Street. S. S. Peiry Lee-Street Jno. S. Meade 83 2 Second Baptist. Jno. R. Swain 79 10 Union Hill 56 4 The next meeting' will be held at the Pint Baptist Church, the first Sunday in December. Obituaries. A chart* of one cent per word U made for all resolution! and obituary notices exceeding one hundred word*. One hundred word* published free. Count the wordaand send money with copy. Doss. —Departed this life September 19, 1904, Mrs. W. J. Doss. She was a conaiMWt mfcuiber of. Edge Hill Baptist Church. She was stricken with paralysis several months ago and bore her suffering with Christian fortitude, and was never heard to murmur or complain. She leavea a husband and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1904

LOOKING AFTER THE FARMERS INTEREST. To the Readers of The Baptist Union: The Co-operative Leaf Tobacco Warehouses of Danville, eight in number, have during the first year of the company's existence proven to be a great service to the farmers who sell their crops on the GREATEST OF ALL loose leaf markets of the WORLD, Danville, Virginia. ACCOMMODATIONS. These gentlemen have striven in the light of past experience, extending over many years, to greatly improve the accommodations for their valued patrons. The care of teams and teamsters have not been lost sight of, but everything has been provided for their comfort whilst in the city. ADVANTAGES. Among the many advantages offered as a result of this combination of interests and capital, we note the following : By this arrangement the full market value can be obtained for all tobaccos offered on the floor. If the price obtained is not entirely satisfactory the stock can be packed up in dry storage rooms until conditions improve. By reas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1905

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 18. TLbc Baptist TUnton. Published bv the Koanokk Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave. Chatham, - - President. E. K. 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. Will. Hedlev. Terms:. Per Year, 25 Cents. Pnv to B. «. Waddii.i . Business Mull: Kd. Special Notices. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you wish change of postoffice address, always give the name from which as well as the postoffice to which you wish the change made. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. The office of The Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co., in the rear of Turner's News Stand, next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. THINGS worth knowing. It is said that 30,000 people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1905

XLhe Baptist TUnton. DANVILLE. VA., FEB., 1905. RKV. J. B. HICKS, - - EDITOR. On the fourth SunA Visit to day in January the Chatham, editor of The Union had the pleasure of preaching for Brother Aylor and his noble people in Chatham. It was an exchange of pulpits. Bro. Aylor preaching at the First Church in Danville. It is needless to say that our people greatly enjoyed having and hearing the beloved Chatham pastor, for already they knew him and admired him. Aylor is one of the choicest spirits in our Virginia ministry, and is doing a lasting and noble work. He knows how to develop a church as few men do. His work in Chatham shows marks of progress along every line. Why should it not, with such a consecrated pastor and with such noble people? I had heard much of the Chatham people but I did not know how true-hearted and loyal they were until I went to see them. They are next to the best people in the range of my acquaintance. Large congregations greeted me at both services. I was d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1905

Cbe Baptist Ulnion. Visit of Miss Annie Armstrong, Corresponding Secretary of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Southern Baptist Convention. A great missionary uplift among Baptist women of Danville and vicinity, should be the outcome of Miss Annie Armstrong's visit. Her first talk, Wednesday evening February 1, was at Lee Street church. The good points given at that time from her wealth of missionary information would more than fill the allotted space, consequently those who were not fortunate enough to hear this consecrated woman, can form only an idea of what they missed. Her key notes were the two little words "Come," and "Go." Come to the Saviour, then obey the gospel cotnmad to go and carry the good news to others. For failure, we must render an account. Atonement has been made for the heathen, a pardon granted; Christians are God's messengers to carry this pardon and explain the great gift to them. Idolatry is not confined to what is generally known as heathen lands. Roman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1905

LOOKING AFTER THE FARMERSJNTEREST. To the Readers of The Baptist Union: The Co-operative Leaf Tobacco Warehouses of Danville, eight in number, have during the first year of the company's existence proven to be a great service to the farmers who sell their crops on the GREATEST OF ALL loose leaf markets of the WORLD, Danville, Virginia. ACCOMMODATIONS. These gentlemen have striven in the light of past experience, extending over many years, to greatly improve the accommodations for their valued patrons. The care of teams and teamsters have not been lost sight of, but everything has been provided for their comfort whilst in the city. ADVANTAGES. Among the many advantages offered as a result of this combination of interests and capital, we note the following : By this arrangement the full market value can be obtained for all tobaccos offered on the floor. If the price obtained is not entirely satisfactory the stock can be packed up in dry storage rooms until conditions improve. By reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1905

- - .1 «OV t> V*ett eU „nV E S T ABSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PA PUR IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 18. TLi) e Baptist AUnion. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave. Chatham, - - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Associate Editors: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Wm. Hedley, G. W. Reed. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. - * Special Notices. « In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you wish change of postoffice address, always give the name//ow which as well as the postoffice to whicli you wish the change made. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. The office of The Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co., in the rear of Turner's News .Stand, next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. ——»• • • « —- -- I I J THINGS WORTH J I knowing. I —Dr. A. E. Owen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1905

Zbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE. VA., MAR., 1905. RBV. J. B. HICKS, - • EDITOR. Only the most The Highest casual observation is Life-Motive, necessary to convince one of the fact that various are the motives which move men to action. Indeed, so different and diverse are the motives which control human actions, that in estimating the character and worth of an individual, we are no longer content with simply knowing what that individual has done; we try to find out why he did it — what his motives were. There has been a change of emphasis in determining the value of a man. A new system of human values has come into use. According to the old system a man was measured by his works, according to the new, a man's works are measured by the man. Formerly the biographer was concerned with giving only one side of a man's life, the outer side, now he is primarily concerned with giving the inner side. He lets the inner interpret the outer. What is the origin, and what the nature of the highest life...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1905

Übe Baptist IHnion, Monthly report of the Sunday schools of the Danville Sundayschool Association: Av. New Schools. Superintendents. Atten. Schol. First Church W. P Boatwright 161 5 Moffett-Memo.... H. Dickinson 96 21 Keen-Street S. S. Peiry 152 37 Lee-Street Jno. S. Meade 79 8 Second Baptist. Jno. R. Swain 54 5 Union Hill 56 The next meeting of the Association will be held at the Second Baptist Church, the first Sunday in April. Eduoational Mass-Meetings in May. Noteworthy was the meeting of the Co-operative Education Commission in Richmond on February 7th, looking toward plans for Statewide campaign next May in the interest of the common school. Historic was the place of meeting, the parlor of John Marshall's home, where every object brought to mind the constructive work of America's greatest jurist. The stately chair of the Speaker of the ancient House of Burgesses, which happens to be kept in that room, suggests the continuity of Virginia's development in the spirit of the emine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1905

H ardwarFJ Hodnett - Vass - Watson Co., Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock South of Richmond, Va. Jewel Gas B eyer^ D1(le ' Harrison's American 6 ' Tornado Straw Cotters a Specialty. Give Us a Gall Before Baying. Hodnett-V ass-Watson Co., LOWER MAIN STREET, DANVILLE. VA. LOOK OUT FOR HOLLAND-WOODING CO.,is Successors to HOLLAND*QILBERT CABRIAQE CO. BOILERS, ENGINES, HARNESS, VEHICLES, THRESHERS, FARM MAGHINERY. 125, 127 & 129 South Union Street, DANVILLE, VA. WRITB OH CHLL KND G© T PRICES. Li SiLXjE. DISCOUNT V-r Q ON THE ENTIRE STOCK of Wens', Boys' and Childnens' CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, &c. It's the Clothing Event of Importance, appealing to every man and boy who wears clothes. A sale founded on fact and absolute necessity, as the business of the Hodnett-Wildman-Keeling Co. requires more ample quarters. Right in the heart of the season, when clothing values are upheld by demand, comes this occasion with its saving chances, clear and logical, ao Per Cen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1905

THE :a\ "WsT - .V™oCIATIONAI< BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 18. ZEbe Baptist Itinton. Published bv the Koanokk Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Associate Editors: Rev's. P. G. Elsom, J. C. Holland. H. G. Crews, Wra. Hedley, G. W. Reed. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. Special Notices. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you wish change of postoffice address, always Rive the name from which as well as the postoffice to which you wish the change .nade. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. The office of The Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co.. next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. Speak the Word. The following incident in the life of Rev. Hugh Price Hughes is related : One day when he was walking down a st...

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