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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1906

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 10. WHY DR. DIXON ACCEPTS. In response to the requests of my friends that I give my reasons for accepting the pastorate of the Moody church in Chicago, permit me to say in the Baptist Courier: 1. After six months of prayer and thought I was convinced that it would please the Lord Jesus Christ for me to accept the call, and my heart rests in that conviction. 2. The Moody church, like the New Tastament churches, is congregational and independent. 3. The Moody church believes in a regenerate, spiritual membership, and uses spiritual methods in building it up. 4. The Moody church stands solid against the apostasy from the fundamentals of Christianity which is now going on under the leadership of certain Baptist, Methodist, Congregational and Presbyterian institutions of learning. 5. The Moody church stands against the flood-tide of worldliness which is now submerging so many churches of a...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1906

TEbeJßapttetlUnton. DANVILLE. VA., OCT., 1906. REV. J. E. HICKS. - - EDITOR. We speak of this twenTHE DANGER tieth century as the OF practical age, and BECOMING speak of it too as if TOO we were rather proud PBAOTIOAL. of the designation. Beyond doubt, the most dangerous tendency in this modern world of ours is the tendency toward the exclusively practical. We are becoming too practical for our own good. No individual can attain the highest reaches of character who divorces the practical from the ideal in his life, who becomes wholly absorbed with the things he can see and handle. Life becomes mechanical and not spiritual if it is concerned only with the manipulation of things. The world owes its best and most lasting con - tributions not to its practical men of affairs but to its idealists and dreamers. The former have given us accumulation, the latter have given us inspiration, which is far better. The men and women who have lived farthest from the practical every-day world have d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1906

tlbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., OCT., 1906 5 News Items and Other Notes, i The Religious Herald has appeared in new dress. Richmond College has had the largest opening iu its history. The Seminary at Louisville has had the best opening in its history. Enrollment will probably reach 300. Roanoke College is full to overflowing. About 60 boarders. Dr. Hatton anticipates a successful session. The General Association meets at Grove Avtnue church, Richmond, Nov. 15. A great meeting is anticipated. In the recent terrible Gulf storm Mobile, Ala., suffered the largest loss $5,000,000. The St. Francis Street Baptist church was damaged to the extent of $lO,OOO. "Your money or your life!" growled the footpad. " Take me life," responded the Irishman. "I'm savin' me money for me old age.''—Cleveland Leadet. Rev. E. E. Boman, former Assistant Corresponding Secretary Foreign Mission Board, has accepted a call to the Pritchett Memorial church of Charlotte, N. C. In Ohio 2,980 saloons have recentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1906

HOLLAND-WOODING CO., £ The bargest Dealers in Vehieles and machinery in the South. CAMPION MOWEgI DRAW CCTf" We have more than twice as much Harvesting Machinery in our house as all the rest of Danville combined. Can give you what you want aud make the price interesting. Our stock of Vehicles cannot be excelled. Call and examine our stock. HOLLAND-WOODING CO., Inc. 125, 127 & 129 South Onion Street, Danville. Virginia. BBBUBSF WiMif tlB mm W W mm mm \^w The Fall is becoming more and more a painting season. House cleaning and house brightening up come together. We can help you wonderfully with our complete line of Sherwin-Williams Paints and VARNISHES. With them you can "brighten up" many of the dingy, worn things about the house at a moderate cost and improve appearances ioo per cent. S-tV, Floorlac, stains and varnishes floors and furniture at one operation. S-W. Family Paint, a handy paint for general household use. S-W. Bronzing Liquid, for decorating picture frames, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1906

PAPER IN THE STATB Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 19. THE BAPTIZED LIFE, THE INTRODUCTORY SERMON PREACHED AT ROANOKE ASSOCIATION. GREENFIELD, VA., AUGUST, 1906, BY REY. WILLIAM HEDLEY. "Therefore we are buried with Him by baptism into death; that like us Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even as we also should walk in newness of life." —Romans vi:4. I think you will discern at least a remote connection between the text and baptism. Some preachers can see baptism in every text in the Bible. They are like the man of whom it is said that he always preached on baptism no matter what his text happened to be. He was a popular preacher, members of other denominations delighting to hear him. One day some friends of another faith were chiding him on his habit, and begged him to preach just one sermon without mentioning baptism. He replied by saying that he always found baptism in every text which he chose, but if they would select a text that did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1906

Zhc Baptist Ulmon. DANVILLE, VA , NOV., 1906. REV. J. K. HICKS, - - EDITOR. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. ! E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. \ Associate Editors: Revs. H. G. Crews. Win. Hedley. J. C. Holland, j 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 postolfice address, always give the name from which as well as the postoffice to which you wish the chauge made. Write us the news on a postal card from yoilt section. The office of The Baptist Union is with the Waddill Priuting Co., next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. If you do not receive your paper promptly write us a postal card and we will send you another copv. Send us two-cent postage stamps in payment of subscription to the paper if more convenient The Baptist General A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1906

(The Baptist Xlimon. DANV.ILLE. VA., NON., 1906 "Mews jfrom tbe Cburcbes. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION. RKV. H. G. CRBWS, - - KUITOR. Rodgers' Chapel— Pastor preached and baptized one. *** Aaron's Creek Has called Bro. Jordan, of Clarksville, and he will enter on his work in December. This church has sold its parsonage. They could not find a man to live in it, and so they had to let it go. h. (i. C. "k Scottsburg— Bro. Luck held a meeting, commencing on the 4th Sunday and closing the Ist. Dr. J. W. 11. Dyches, of Keysville, preached, much to the edification of the Saints. Two persons were baptized. The.church appointed a number of delegates to the General Association. As the body meets ju Richmond, everybody will go. ,r- *** High The here was greatly interrupted by rain. Bro. Chocklett came on Monday and stayed till Sunday. On the first and socond day, Bro. W. P. Terry, our colportuer, conducted the meeting and spoke ably. Tbe pastor was sick and could only look on without rendering much h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1906

TKTKRRST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS - CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $131,000.00. Commercial Bank, City Depository. DANVILLE, VA. Directors: James G. Penn, President. John F. Rison, Vice-President. R. B. Graham, J. O. Fitzgerald, (Pki.ham, N. C.) John Inge Prltchett, (Whitmeli,, Va.) . R. W. Peatross, John P. Swanaon, Dr. S. E. Hughes, G. K. Grigga. Your Business Solicited. C. L. BOOTH, Cashier FREEI F= RE EI SS.O O IN GOI- D I 500 Pounds Fnesh Turnip Seed V M C FALL'S DRUG & SEED STORE. We will give $5.00 in Gold for the largest Turnip grown from seed bought at our store during the year 1906. Parties contesting for the prize must deliver the Turnips at our store on Thursday, December 6, 1906, at 12 o'clock, noon, at which time the $5 in gold will be awarded to the successful party. McFALL'S DRUG AND SEED STORE, tar LOWEST rereiGßSl *%»« HOLLAND-WOODING CO., e The Liargest Dealers in Vehicles and OQaehinery in the South. CHAMPION MoW||] DRAW CUT! We have more than twice as much Harvesti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 December 1906

THE OLDEST AS SO CIA TIONAh HAPTIST PAPER I N THE STA TE )rgio j| the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 19. I For The Baptist Union. I THE BIBLE. BY MISS BALLIE SCOTT. No other book has so blessed the world as the Bible; all moral and religious reforms spring from it in fltftnees. It is unlike any other book, for it is given by inspiration ol God, and is profitable for doc trine, (or leproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. With- out this great code of divine laws man is left in utter darkness in regard to the eternal beyond. Note the difference in the nations who ;ire living under the influence of the Bible and those who haven't its precepts Of all people who should be lovers of the Bible are women. What a free, happy life the women of Christian countries live, while their sisters are often as hearts of burden in heathen lauds. Womanhood is not honored where there is no Bible. One is sometimes surprised to hear women speak disparagingly of missions. We wonder if s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 December 1906

T lip OLDEST AS soar ATIONAI, HA PTIST r.I PER IN Tin; STATU Sr.; a it 'lie Hoanono Baptist Association. VOL. 19. I For The Baptist Union. I THE BIBLE. BY MISS SALLIE SCOTT. No other book has so blessed the world as the Bible; all moral and religious reforms spring from it in fl i» nces. It is unlike any other book, for it is given by inspiration ill Gud, and is profitable for doc trine, tur reproof, for correction, for instruction in iighteousness. Without this great code of divine laws man is left in utter darkness in regard to the eternal beyond. Note the diff-. retice in the nations who ire living under the influence of the Bible and those who haven't its precepts. Of all people who should be lovers of the Bible are women. What a free, happy life the women of Christian countries live, while their sisters are often as hearts of burden in heathen lands. \V 'manhood is not honored where tiiere is no Bible. One is sometimes surprised to hear women speak disparagingly of missions. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 December 1906

gbe ffiapttefGlnfon. DANVILLE. VA.. DEC., 1906. REV. J. E. HICKS. - - EDITOR. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Margrave. Chatham. • - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Associate Editors: Revs. H. G. Crews, Wm. Hedley. J. C. Holland. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to K. R. Waddill. Business Manager. Special Notiees. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you wish change of postomce 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., next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. If you do not receive your paper promptly write us a postal card and we will send you another copv. Send us two-cent postage stamps in payment of subscription to the paper if more convenient. In the death of Dr. BEV....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 December 1906

Zbc Baptist TUnfon. DANVILLE, VA., DEC., 1906 Hews from tbc Cburcbes. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION. RKV. H. G. CRHWS. - . EDITOR. North Fork— Rev. W. M. Hudson, the pastor, and his lovely young bride were at North Fork the fourth Sunday, when Mr. Hudson filled his appointment, holding an all-day service. Part of the service was devoted to the subject of "Thanksgiving." It is supposed that the pastor had some special reason for thanksgiving. *** Black Walnut —The revival services at the Baptist church here closed on Friday night, and eight persons joined the church and were baptized Sunday night by the pastor, Rev. W. W. Reynolds. *** Clover The Baptist church at Clover has extended a call to Rev. W. W. Reynolds. He has accepted for three months. h. o. c. MARRIAGES. Mr. J. S. Harrison and Miss Myrtle C. McChristian were married near High View, November 11, 1906, Rev. H. C. Crews officiating. . Married, at the home of Mr. Elisha Crews, near Lenning, on November 4, 1906, Mr. Daniel T. Mason a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 December 1906

fri HARDWARE y DON'T BUV V. CRIMP, FELT OR TIN ROOFING, FENCE WIRE, AXES, HEATERS, COOK STOVES, ; 1 HOUSE AND ROOF PRINTS UNTIL YOU SEE US. >ll Kids Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Tol s i we CRN SKVE-VOU WON eV I • in to see us whether you buy or not, I Yours to serve, i - k m- - FULLER BROS. r ——^^sl P. S. —Bei,t Fulton is with us and will be glad to see and wait on you. IF YOUR SCHOOL IS NOT USING THE Convention Series, YOV SHOULD SEND FOR SAMPLES AND COMPARE WITH THOSE YOU ARE NOW USING. OUR SPECIALS (or this year are Primary Quarterly, . . 1 "KIND WORDS," which is enlarged The Lesson Leaf, ... 1 and improved, making it a first-class The Primary Leaf, . . I religious newspaper for young people,and Child's Gem, . . 9 the "BIBLE CLASS QUARTERLY," B. Y. P. U. Quarterly in orders of ten for adult grades, unique among Sunday- each, . 6 school publications. Send for samples. Kind Words, weekly, no advertiseraents, . 13 Our "B. Y. P. U. Quarterly" is in Youth's Kind Words...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1907

THE OLDEST IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 20. AN OFFERING OF FOUR QUARTS OF BOOZE. From At. Fatrbrother'a " Everything," Qr««n»boro. IV. o. j The following letter speaks for itself not in such a persuasive mauner as the contents of the package might have spoken had we been in the frame of mind to use it —but as it is a letter that should be answered, by all the rules of usage and the comity of nations we herewith acknowledge Casper's offering. His letter runs: Roanoke, Va., Dec. 22, 1906. Col. Al. Fairbrother, Greensboro, N.C. My Good Friend, — lam sending by today's express, prepaid, a bo* of my "stupli," as you say, and I'll speak of it as a whole as follows: I hope during the joyous holidays you will enjoy the ecstacy and will extract from it the proper amount of good cheer, good feeling and good fellowship. Its flavor is like the breath of Spring, its taste as tempting as a maiden's lips, and its effects as soothing as a song OF I.OVK. You can use it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1907

tEbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE. VA.. JAN., 1907. RBV. J. a. HICKS, - • BDITQR. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. K. Hargrove. Chatham, - - President. B. R. Waddill. Danville, • Business Manager. Associate Editors: Revs. H. O. Crews. Wm. Hedley. J. C. Holland. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to B. 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 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 Thb Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co., next to Johnson's Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. If you do not receive your paper promptly write us a postal card and we will send you another copv. Send us two-cent postage stamps in payment of subscription to the paper if more convenient. With this issue of The OUR ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1907

Zbe JSapttet Tflnion. DANVILLE, VA., JAN., 1907. "ttcwa from tbc Gburcbee. DAM RIVER ASSOCIATION. REV. H. G. CREWS, - - EDITOR. The people whom I serve in spiritual things administered the material to me this Christmas and before. I atn indebted to Republican Grove and Millstone churches for a trip to the General Association — also I am under obligation to the latter church for a pretty quilt. The Lord greatly bless these brethren and sisters for this spirit of con - sideration and cause the recipient to be more meritorious of such esteem. Such tokens of appreciation stimulate a true servant to be more faithful; yea, they renew his power. The Cross Roads members have almost completed their new house of worship. Just prior to this undertaking our membership was considerably weakened by the removal of some useful members. Yet the faithful ones remaining have worked heroically to build the Lord's bouse. We expect to entertain the Association in a new house and with open hearts. After t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 January 1907

DR. ROBERT BLACKWELL, DUITTiiL STTRGhEOW. OFFICES IN DUDLEY BLOCK, Main Street, over Wiseman's Drug Store, DANVILLE, VA. FREEI FREE! $5.00 IN G O I-D I 500 Pounds Fresh Turnip Seed V M°FALL'S DRUG &. SEED STORE. We will give tS'OO In Gold for the largest Turnip grown from seed bought at our store during the year 1906. Parties contesting for the prize must deliver the Turnips at our store on Thursday, December 6, 1906, at 12 o'clock, noon, at which time the $5 in gold will be awarded to the successful party. McFALL'S DRUG AND SEED STORE, t>&r LOWEST PRICES I"B« R. A.WHTTE gun 3TORE7o^, s ,r B E jy; DEALER IN GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS. BICYCLES, POCKET KNIVES. CUTLERY, FISHING TACKLE Shelf Hardware, Ammunition and Sporting Goods of every description. •9*l have a very large stock of Guns this season, and I ask that you get my prices before buying elsewhere, as I intend TO SELL AT PRICES CHEAPER than ever seen in Danville, and I can and will save you money...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1907

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 20. ll»or The Baptist Union. FOLLOWING CHRIST. BY MISS SALLIB SCOTT. Let us think of some of the things which sum up the meaning of the above heading. It should be the motto of our daily lives. Just those two words have a meaning broad enough to cover the years of every man's life. To follow Jesus, to imitate his traits of character, should be our greatest ambition. We often see people striving to imitate one another, and some of us might well afford to imitate others as far as their virtues go, but the one great pattern for all of us is Jesus. We must follow Him for ourselves. Paul said "follow me as I follow Christ," It matters not how learned and brilliant a man may be, he is simply a man, and should not be our standard or criterion, only as be follows Christ. Christ told Peter and Andrew to follow him, and He would make them fishers of men. All great soul - winners have followed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1907

gbe Baptist XHnion. DANVILLE, VA., FEB., 1907. REV. J. K. HICKS. - - EDITOR. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. OFFICERS: J. H. Hargrave, Chatham, - - President. E. R. Waddill. Danville. - Business Manager. Associate Editors: Revs. H. G. Crews. Wm. Hedley. J. C. Holland, 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 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 Thb Baptist Union is with the Waddill Printing Co., next to Johnson s Dry Goods Store and two doors below Virginia Hardware Store. If you do not receive your paper promptly write us a postal card and we will send you another copy. Send us two-cent postage stamps in payment of subscription to the paper if more convenient. Among the many neMINISTERIA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1907

tEbe Baptist XHnion. i DANVILLE. VA., FEB.. 1907. Hews from tbe Cburcbcs. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION. i RKV. H. G. CRKWS, - - EDITOR. MARRIED. On February 6th, 1907, a beauJJMiful wedding was celebrated in ElTtjfc Creek Baptist Church. The \ groom, Mi. Clarence L- Brooks, J met the bride, Miss Elleu Crews, j) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. under a stately arch of ce- *• dar, suspending a tasty bell of ! r-«» Vgreen, and took the sacred vows ' v tlrSta the lips of the Rev. H. G. - < Crews, great uncle of the beautiful 3 * bride, robed in white silk. The at - * tendants were: Miss Lillian Crews, ,va sister, and Mr. Samuel Bass, Miss . Texie Hudson and Miss Ed. Crews, \a brother, Miss Annie Moore and Mr. Robert Conner, Miss Ollie Pur- • cell and Mr. Fountain Conner. v church was tastefully ated in wreaths of evergreens and flowers. Miss Katie Barksdale ; played the Wedding March. Mrs. "<■ J Mary Wright Wilkes was matron of honor. At 5 o'clock a sunip- „ 'tuous dinner w...

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