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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 March 1894

THE ROANOKE BAPTIST UNION. The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL 7. 'TAnUm;. Published by The Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. K. R. WADDILL BrsiNiiss Manaukh Address all communications to "Tiik Roanoke Baptist Union," Danville, Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Fay to K. R. Waddill, Business Manager. OFFICBRH OF THE UNION J. H. HARORAVE. Chatham Preslden J. D. BLAIR, Danville V. Preslden EXECUTIVE BOARD : The officers above named, and C. W. VENABI.E Cascade W. W. WADDILL DftiivlUu C. I). OITT North DmmMP Entered at the Post OlHce"at Danville, Va. at second class rates. Who flies not high falls not low. Ceremony is the smoke of friendship. He desires to hide his tracks and walks on snow. No mail ever became extremely wicked all r.t once. Speak fair words and you will always hear kind echoes. One thorn of experience is wortli a whole wilderness of warning. The end of punishment is to nuike an end of punishment. lie who can govern himself is (it to govern the world. Th...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 March 1894

3ftonitoft£ baptist UttioM. DANVILLE, VA., MARCH, 1894 ItEV. TB. THAMES. r>. D. Editor. lll'.v. T. C. ALOERSON, ) I>K. C. F. JAMES, Associates. Rkv. R. E. WHITE. ) THE ROUTE who has these matters TO THE j n c h ar g e t e u s us CONVENTION, that the cheapest and quickest route to Dallas will be over the Richmond and Danville via. Burmingham. We understand that the fare for the round-trip will be in the neighborhood of thirty-five dollars. We will be glad to serve our brethren in the purchase of tickets and securing sleepers, &c., or they may enquire of Captain Parker, the railroad agent at Danville, who will gladly furnish any information in his power This route goes through Atlanta and has superb accommodations, with every facility for speed and safety. -rut iuuidtau After mature and Int WnAnIUN f . . ... prayerful dehberation it was thought best that the meetings that were to have been held with the First Church, Danville, this week should be post...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 March 1894

IRoanolic baptist Uwiojv. DANVILLE, VA., MARCH 1894. First Church Notes. Dr. James supplied for our pastor Sunday, the 4th March. Dr. Thames preached in Baltimore Sunday, March 4th, for Dr. Wharton. Brother L. B. Conway, Jr., was elected clerk of our church at our last meeting. Pastor Thames could not fill his pulpit on Sunday lust on account of sickness. Miss Daisy White is doing very well at. Darlington Seminary, West Chester, Pa., where she is attending school. Sister S. A. Hutchings has returned from a long visit to her neice, Mrs. M. F. Ilerron, of Louisville, Ky. Her many friends were glad to meet her upon the street a few days ago. On Thursday night, March Bth, Dr. Thames highly entertained a large gathering in the lecture room of the First church by a lecture on Mrs. Browning, deliver d by request of the Young People's Society. Mrs. Mattie Betts Thomas, with her children, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Lea, West Main street. Mrs. Thomas at the last meeting of the First o...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 March 1894

Sftoiittofcc IJmpttst Pinion. DANVILLE, VA , MARCH 1894. Business Women. Women are to a large extent being substituted for clerics, cashiers and book-keepers in the large cities. When a proprietor can employ a lady f«-r $6OO per annum to do the work he would have to pay a man $9OO per annum, can he be thought unwise to make the change ? But is it only on account of curtailing expenses that he will make this change ? No. The main reason is that the woman is more honest, and, as a rule, is more accurate, too, than the man. A New York paper assigns as the reason for the general preference shown women in matters of trust, that they are not subject to the same temptations to which a man is subjected. She seldom drinks or smokes, keeps a fast horse; nor does she often play at hazzard or games of chance, as so many thousands of the stronger sex do. They are more accurate and clearheaded because they keep better hours than men usually keep. Sure as you are born, men will have to begin to lo...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 June 1894

1 HE ROANOKE BAPTIST UNION. Tbe Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL 7. Human's 3sUssiotta?g Wimm%> Auxiliary to the Southern Baptist Convention. President—Mrs. A. M. Gwathmrv, Recording Sec'y—Mrs. F. M. Ellis, Richmond, Va. Baltimore, Mil. Corresponding Sec'y—Miss Annik W. Armstrong, Treasurer—Miss S. Ttlkk, Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. CENTRAL COMMITTEE WOMAN'S MISSION SOCIETIBS OF BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA. President-Mrs. A. M. Gwathmey. Secretary—Miss Juliet Pollard. Treasurer—Mrs. Wm. Ellyson. Vick-Presioknt for Uoanoki Association, - - Mrs. Frank S. Woodson. Roman's Jffissionary !j°~ oiety Edited l>y Mrs. Frank S. Woodson, Assocla- tional V Ice- President. A Part and Parcel of the Church. Many good people in our Baptist churches, among them a number of pastors, seem to have an idea that the Woman's Missionary Societies are merely side issues—sort of playthings in the church to amuse and interest the women, and as such do not amount...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 June 1894

goauoltC' Baptist initicm, REV .T. B. THAMES. D. D. Editor. Rev. T. C. ALDERSON, ) Dr. C. K. JAMES, -Associates. Rev. R. E. WHITE. \ DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1894. There is no place | A CONSTITUTIONAL for religious jour- j CONVENTION. nalism in partisan politics, but on great questions of public and common good, in our opinion, a religious paper may speak without impropriety. There seems to be among our people an increasing interest in the matter of calling a constitutional convention. The Danville Daily Register has recently strongly urged the calling of an extra session of the Legislature in order that the preliminary steps incidental to the calling of a constitutional convention might be taken. With singular and surprising unanimity the press of the state has endorsed the stand taken by the Register. We simply wanted to urge upon our readers that as patriotic citizens they give the subject careful thought and attention. In our humble judgment this is the most important and vital ques...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 June 1894

Idcmnokc Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1894 W. P. Averett, Local and News Editor. First Church Note". Miss Mary W. Averett of Marion, Ala., is visiting her uncle Mr. H. R, Miller, Grove St. Bro. B. S. Creivs has moved to 705, Main street, corner Main and Ridge streets. Dr. Geo. F. Bagby was delighted with a visit from his father, Rev. Dr. Geo. F. Bagby, of Farmville, Va., last week. Bro. W. K. GlidewelJ, who has been sick for nearly three months, is able to be on the streets, with the assistance of crutches. ;Bro. R. L. Woolfolk, who has been for the past year residing at Martinsville,was recently defeated for mayor of that town. Mrs, W. P. Robinson, was a delegate tb the State Convention of King's Daughters and Sous, which . convened in Richmond May aist. Misses Mamie Thames, Katie Acree and Mary Waddill are visrtinsr relatives of the latter in King and Queen Co. • •M-rs.. K. M,. Anrco attended church hist Sunday for I.lie iiirst tifire in several weeks, having been kept iii ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Baptist Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 June 1894

baptist Union. E. R. WA.DDILL Business Manager Address all communications to "The Roanoke Baptist Union," Danville, Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay to E. R. Waddii.l, Business Malinger. OPFICBKS OF THE UNION : J. H. HARURAVE. Chatham . ...Fresl den J. D. BLAIR, Danville V. Preslden EXECUTIVE BOARD : Tile officers above named, and O. W. VENABLE .Cascade W. W. WADDILL S R,,T , , , l ! e C. D. OITT North Danville Entered at the Post Office at Danville, Va. at second class rates. THE BAPTIST CHURCH. HOW IS IT SUPPORTED? Upon the Scriptural plan. We do not rent pews, for we find no Scriptural authority for that. Everyone is welcome to the best seat in our church, whether he is too poor to give a penny, or rich enough to buy the church building. In our church we desire the rich and poor to meet together in social equality and worship the Lord who is the maker of them all. But no church can be heated, lighted and cared for without some expense. A collection is taken every Sabbath to mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 July 1894

THE ROANOKE BAPTIST UNION. Tbe Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL 7. Motttsra'* llU&siotuwg Hmotu Auxiliary to the Southern itnptist Convention. President—Mrs. A. M. Uwathmky, Recording Ree'y—Mrs. P. M. Ellis, Richmond, Va. Baltimore, Mil. Corresponding Sec'y- Miss Annik W. Armstrong, Treasurer—Miss 8. Tylbr, Baltimore, Mil. Baltimore, Mil. CENTRAL COMMITTEE WOMAN'S MISSION SOCIETIES OP BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF VIKOINIA. President Mrs. A M. (iwatliuiey. Secretary-Miss Juliet Pollaril. Treasurer -Mrs. Wm. Ellyson. Viok Prksikknt kor Koanokk Association, - - Mrs. Prank S. Woouson. UQoman's JftissionaTij £o~ ciety Edited hy Mrs. Prank S Woodson, Associational Vice-Preshlent. Tlie Association. There are so many changes in a a short time, and in every day life so many "lfs" are in the way of the best laid plans, it is impossible to say what may or may not happen, but it is to be hoped that at the forthcoming session of the Roanoke Association a new impetus wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 July 1894

jtoptist "Jinism. REV. T. B. THAMES. D. I). Editor. RKV. T. C. ALDERSON, ) ])». C. F. JAMES. J- Associates. REV. R. K WHITE. \ DANVILLE, VA., Jn.v, 1894 One cannot view the The Cireat present industrial sitStrikes. uation out West without serious alarm. It is easy to say one side or the other is at fault, as from which standpoint you may look. But which ever side is at fault, and however previous the fault may be, there is something wrong in the "manage ment of things that involves an entire country in the disastrous consequences that follow. Mr. Pullman and his employees'difficulties should be settled among themselves, and if they are not willing to come to an agreement, then they should, in our opinion, be forced by the laws of the country to an arbitration troubles. Further, every sucnfllPigreement and outbreak is a clarion call for the preaching and practising of the religion of Jesus Christ. A gospel that teaches, "Masters give unto your servants tliat which is just and equal, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 July 1894

Jpaplisi Utnitm. DANVILLE, VA., July, 1894. First Church Note?. There are about 230,000 colored Baptists in Virginia. Mrs. W. P. Boatwrighit is at Patrick springs. Miss Helen Crews, is visiting the family of Bro. B. W. Graves. Miss Bessie Holland has returned home from her studies at Hollins Institute. The church has granted the pastor leave of absence for the month of August. Brother A. D. Browder recently joined the First church by letter from the Neapolis church. If the First church had many workers like Brother 0. K. Griggs, what would not the harvest be ? Miss Amanda Norbnrn is in attendance upon the School of Methods now in session at Bedford City. Mr. Ed Lewis, brother of our sisters Reamy and Allen, died at his home in this city, in June last. Brother George Matthews is at Patrick springs, and we are grieved to hear that his health is not good Miss Sue B. Averett has returned from the School of Methods at Bedford City, where she has been in attendance. Brother Russell Acree ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 July 1894

Genuine Bargains IN Dry Goods a Fancy Goods AT RATHVON & CO S. We offer more genuine bargains or in other words we offer more good reliable Merchandise at less than regnlar price than any house j in the trade. All otir 75c and -Si Light Colored Wool Dress Goods at 50c. A lot of 30c. and 35c. Dress Goods at the uniform low price 19c. 4 One case Water 1 )fnp Japanese Tea Pots at 10, 12 and 15c. One case Japanese Banners at ioc., worth 25c. Large size Palm Leaf Fans at ic. Splendid Japanese open and close Fans at 5, 10, 15, 19 to 25c. bought direct from the importer. A lot of 75c. and $1 Unlaundried Shirts at 59c. for choice, slightly soiled. New lines of Black Silk and Hut ter Laces and Insertings, No shoddy stuff offered to rope you in. Wc offer only reliable goods at moderate prices. Agents for Batterick's Patterns. Rathvon & Co. 322 Main St.. Danville, Va. Special Inducement! Wc expect to move from our present quarters about August ist, to be more centrally ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 November 1894

THE ROANOKE BAPTIST UNION. The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 7. £>ovnvoi\f |3n?plist fltnlon, E. K. WADIHLL BUSINESS MANAGH Address all communications to "Tiik Roanokk Baptist Union," Danville, Va. Term's: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay to K. K. Wapdill, Business Manager. OFFICERS OF THE UNION : J. H. HARURAVE, Chatham Presiden J. 1). BLAIR, Danville V. Presiden EXECUTIVE BOARD : The officers above named, and CW. VEN ABLE Cascade W. W. WADDILL Danville O. D. (JITT North Danville Entered at the Post Office .at Danville, Va. at second class rates. FcWl fox E'horn} hi: The golden rule—The power of money. Love to Clod is sure to bring peace of conscience. "The way of the Lord is strength to the upright." Censure is the tax n man payeth to the public for being eminent.Swift. It. was the man who didn't improve his talent who believed that lie had a hard master. Doing good is the oiilv eerlii'ilv luippy act ion of a man's lite - ■///' Si Jury. No theology is right that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 November 1894

Baptist He ion. DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1894. REV. T. B. THAMES. D. D. Editor. REV. T. C. ALDERSON, > Dk. C. F. JAMES, -Associates. REV. R. E. WHITE. \ VST Look at the dote after your name on thin pajtfr, and if you art due us for subscription, please send it to us AT ONCE. You can send it in postage stamps if you prefer, or in any way most convenient. Don't forget this please. This is a mournful The Harvest is J ere rrjiahd at the Past and very season when, the Summer instead of lamentais Ended, tions, there should be joyful shoutings. The heat, the toil and the weariness of the summer all gone, with its drowsy days and sleepless nights, and garnered grain, gathered fruits, brimming barns, and rest from labor have come with the harvest; surely indeed, the air should be vocal with the glad acclaim of praise and thanksgiving! Is not the prophet's cry ungrateful and discordant? No, his voice is pitched to the right key. The people are not saved and the joy of the harvest seaso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 November 1894

J&oatiolic gaptiet DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1894. Personals and News Item. —Rev. E. Pendleton Jones has resigned as missionary to Cuba. —Prof. A. Poindexter Taylor is located at Hartsville, S. C, where he has charge of a flourishing school. Mr. Claude A. Swanson has been re-elected to Congress from this district. —Capt A. J. Clark and Miss Nannie Conway of Pittsylvania Co., were married at Pelham, N. C., on the 21st of October, by Rev. T. H. Walker. —A new Baptist church is to be built in Brooklyn, N. Y., to cost $lOO,OOO and seat 3,000 people. It will be known as the Brooklyn Baptist Temple. —Rev. C. G. Jones, who is a son-in-law of our Bro. F. H. Jones, lias accepted a call to the First church in Covington, Ky., and will enter upon his duties as pastor in November. —West View church, Richmond, has called Rev. I. Morton Mercer, of Greenville, S. C. Bro. Mercer has many friends in this city, who will be glad to welcome him back to his native state. —Mr R. H. Bell, of the fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 November 1894

f&oanoli* f aptist liutou DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1894. Dr. H. M. Wharton, of Baltimore, is perhaps tiie most popular and the most "successful of Baptist evangelists. In an article for the ffomi letic Review, he writes on "How to conduct a revival." He says, among other things, the following: "In conducting a revival I think a special feature should be the music and good singing of hymns. The preaching should be brietVsimple, and to the poiut. It should be gospel preaching, telling the simple story of the Word; 1 lind that is what those who come to these meetings want. Tne services should not be prolonged; in the evenings they begin at half-past seven, say until nine o'clock, or an hour and a-half. Then give the congregation an opportunity to go before announcing that you will hold an after-meeting, say, for twenty minutes; and be sure that you are good as your word. When the twenty minutes expire (if the interest demands a continuance of the meeting) allow any member of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 December 1894

-THE ROANOKE BAPTIST UNION. Tbe Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 7. gapiist Uttiow E. R. WADDILL Business Manaobb. Address all communicat ions to "Tub Roanoke Baptist Union," Danville, Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay to B. R. Waddii.i,, Business Manager. OFPIBRS OF THE UNION : J. H. HARQRAVE. Chatham President J. D. BLAIR, Danville V President EXECUTIVE BOARD : The officers above named, and C. W. VENABLE Cascade W. W. WADDILL Danville C. D. OITT North Danville Entered at the Post Ofllce 'at Danville, Va. at second class rates. ffesod Ifm If we are really willing to do good, God will give us plenty of opportunities. Sin will sink a millionaire as deop as it will the man who is not worth a cent. If yon work in drudgery it is not God's work. The yoke oi Christ i 3 easy. The man who is willing to have a little religion will never have any —Ram's Horn. Josh Billings said he would never buy a lottery ticket as long as he could hire a man at reasonable rates to rob him. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Baptist union — 1 December 1894

iloanokc l«i>ttst ®utott. DANVILLE, VA., DEC., 1894. REV. T. B. THAMES. D. D. Editor. REV. T. C. ALDERSON, ) Dr. C. F. JAMES, [• Associates. Rev. R E. WHITE. | The Danville Register Church An- has called attention nouncements. to the very many announcements that our pastors of city churches are compelled to make before preaching, and begs to know whether there can be any relief devised for people and preacher. There are few pastors but that will agree that the point of the Register is well taken, and that there is great need of reform right at this point in our public service. The only remedy we are able to suggest is to make only such announcements as refer to the church's public services, leaving all others to the daily and weekly papers. This, with a little use of Uncle Sam's postal facilities, might meet all the requirements of the case. This issue of our paOur Fifth per marks the comAnnlversary. pletion of our fifth year of editorial service in these columns. Much to...

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