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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1909

New Firm / New Goods New flethods Having bought the Stock, Fixtures and Good Will of the DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY, we will conduct the Furniture and House-Furnishing business at the same place, 329 Main Street. Our New Goods Are daily coming in, and we are pricing them lower than goods have ever been sold here before. We make a feature of the INSTALLMENT BUSINESS, and all grades of FURNITURE. STOVES and HOUSEHOLD GOODS will be sold to parties in moderate circumstances on Easy Payments. Hoping to be favored with a share of your patronage, we are, yours for fair dealing, Enterprise Furniture Co., Inc., Gash or Gredit 32p Main Street C. fl. TUCKER, manager HEADQUARTERS FOR LIQUID VENEER T. A. FOX. R. M. FOX. Residence 675 Wilson St. Residence, 826 Claiborne St. Phone 45-B. res?sesa T. fl. FOX & CO., FONERfIh DIREGT6RS ARB BMBfILfIRERS. 519, 521 MAIN STREET, - DANVILLE, VA. Telephone 45-A. A. W. JACOB & CO. DRUGGISTS, 4a5 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Masonic Building...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1909

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. * Tbe Woman's Missionary Society Department. « j"""ROANOKE SOCIETIES. ! Edited by MRS. W. B. JAMES, ASSOCIATIONAI. SUPERINTENDENT. Sutherlin, Virginia. We wish to commend the Societies for reporting so promptly the past quarter. The reports came in on time —that is—those which came. About ten societies,Y. W. A.'s and Sunbeam's failed to report. Will not that ten be the first to report next quarter? The Societies which contribute to the Sunday School and Bible Board will remember that we have no such Board now. Just increase your State Mission gifts by the amount you would give to the S. S. and Bible Board. *** We note with regret that our Foreign Mission Board closed the year with a debt of $32,000.00. This will bring sorrow to many earnest porkers. We are glad to say that Mrs. G. F. Williams, our beloved State Sunbeam leader, who has been ill, is improving, but we are sorry indee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1909

THE MEW ROANOKE COLLEGE IN PROSPECT AN URGENT APPEAL. We are still hard at work for the New Roanoke College. We just must have it, and that as early as possible. Our denomination can never afford not to have it. The Board of Trustees, at a recent meeting, decided to begin the building as soon as we have thirty-five thousand dollars subscribed. Of course, we shall need much more than that, but we have faith enough to begin with that much. We have $28,000 subscribed to the present date. We will still press the campaign both in Danville and the country. We believe the country churches will respond liberally as they have felt the influence of old Roanoke College, and know its importance. Chatham, Mount Hermon, and Kentuck have done well. Now let the others fall in line. Brethren and sisters, this great work is yours. Arise, and let us build. Appeals will be made to all the churches either through their pastors or some represen - tative. If the churches of the Roanoke and Dan River Assoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1909

Lord bless our church and pastor and family is my prayer in Christian love. Miss M. F. Rowland. Chalk Level, Vs., Mar 2,1909. *** Mountain Hill—Our membership is small but we are working together the best we can by the help of God. Our pastor, Brother Duncan, preaches for us on the fourth Saturday and Sunday at three o'clock. He prtaches the word of God plain and in season with grace, and we all love him very much. We are having our church constitution and by-laws printed and will give every family a copy. We have not had our revival yet, but since Bro. Duncan has been our pastor we have had three additions by letter and two professions. Wish all our sister churches God's richest blessings. Pray for us. J. T. Howertain Mountain Hill. Waco, Texas, May 11,1909. Dear Union.—When I last wrote you this church was preparing for a revival. Since then we have had a great feast in our church. This revival began on April the 11th and closed on April the 26th. This was truly a great meeting fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1909

T. A. FOX. R. M. FOX. Residence 675 Wilson St. Residence, 826 Claiborne St. Phone 45-B. sssrsssa T. fl. FOX & CO., FOMBRfih DIRECTORS ARB EMBfllrffiEßS. 519, 521 MAIN STREET, - DANVILLE, VA. Telephone 45-A. A. W. JACOB & CO. DRUGGISTS, 4a5 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Masonic Building, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Headquarters for EVERYTHING to be Found in an Up-to-Date Drug Store. A full supply of all kinds of NBlnC MEDICINES. PKESCRIPTIONS carefully filled and at very moderate prices. SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS THE BEST. Hard w a r p Hodnett- Vass - Watson Co., Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock South of Richmond, Va. riajestic Ranges, Jewel Cook Stoves, Jewel Ranges, Poultry Wire, Liquid Granite, Paints, Floor Stains, Roofing of all Kinds. Tornado Strav Cotters a Specialty, Give Us a Call Before Baying. LOWER MAIN STREET. DANVILLE VA. Hodnett-Yass-Watson Co., We have several U/flilVl but " ,e E ,ectric different kinds of UUU A® jl HU ' s " ,e best made «The Ohio Feed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1909

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIOSAh BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Orgu of the Rouoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. BOAffQKE COLLEGE FINALS. Roanoke College of Danville has just closed a splendid session, which for excellence of work, has never been surpassed in the history of the institution. The filial concerts were pronounced by competent critics to be of Ihe very highest order. They were heard by large and representative audieuces, and showed that brilliant work had been done, in the music and elocution departments. The department of instrumental music, iu charge of Misses Jessie and Julia Brewer, has taken high rank iu the city, and these two young ladies, daughters of the president, are regarded as the best and most talented musicians in Danville. The baccalaureate sermon was preached to a large congregation in the. auditorium of the First Baptist church by Dr. Ryland Knight, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, Richmond. His text was: "What shall it profitanian if he shall gain the whole world...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1909

gbeJSapttefglnion. DANVILLE7VA.. JUNE, 1909. REV. J. 8. HICKS, - - EDITOR. Rev. W. M. Vines returns to the First Baptist Church, at Asheville, N. C., as pastor. Mr. Geo. R. Matthews has gone to Rocky Mount, Va., and will soon go to Phospho Lithia Springs for the summer, where he will be manager. Rev. R. D. Haymore, of Mt. Airy, N. C., died suddenly, June 6th, at Wilkesboro, N. C. He was on his way to hold a meeting near Wilkesboro. He was at one time a beloved pastor in Roanoke Asso - ciation. Rev. C. W. Wood, at one time pastor in the Roanoke Association, died May 29th. Brother Wood had been in feeble health for several years and his death was not a surprise to his many friends in Pittsylvania county. Rev. R. D. Garland STATE started on a State MisMIBSION sion Campaign in the CAMPAlGNchurches in Roanoke Association, May 30th, and he had filled only a few of bis appointments when he was called home on account of the illness of his wife, which caused him to cancel his engagement with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1909

DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION KEY. n. a. CREWS, Scottsburg, Va., Editor. Scottshurg— It was au interesting day with this church. By invitation Dr. R. L- Thornhill, president of the High School at Dan River, preached from Rev. 5:5, at 11 o'clock.- The discourse on the goodness of the Christian's hope was much enjoyed by the congregation. After preaching the church held a conference for the purpose of hearing the report of the committee on pastoral call. The report recommended the name of R. E. LAy lor, recently of Chatham, which was unanimously adopted, and so Mr. Aylor will occupy the field vacated by J. M. Luck, Beth-Carr, at Houston, Chrystal Hill, and Scottsburg. We think this field is fortunate in securing this able and attractive preacher. We wish him a prosperous pastorate and the grace of abiding. ~ On the 29th of May, last, a very interesting day was spent at the home of Hon. J. T. Lacy, iu Scottsburg. The children and grandchildren, the former eight in number, and the latter 41, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1909

T. A. FOX. H. M. FOX. Residence 67!S Wilson St. Residence, 826 Claiborne St. Phone 45-B. wmw T. fl. FOX & CO., FOHBRfIh DIRECTORS ARB EMBfILffIBRS. 519, 521 MAIN STREET, - DANVILLE, VA. Telephone 45-A. A. W. JACOB & CO. DRUGGISTS, 4a5 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Masonic Building, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Headquarters for EVERYTHING to be Found in an Up-to-Date Drug Store. A full supply of all kinds of NEW MBDICINBS. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully filled and at very moderate prices. SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS THE BEST. HARDWARp Hodnett - Vass - Watson Co., Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock South of Richmond, Va. Hajestic Ranges, Jewel Cook Stoves, Jewel Ranges, Poultry Wire, Liquid Granite, Paints, Floor Stains, Roofing of all Kinds. Tornado Straw Cotters a Specialty, Give Us a Gall Before Bnying LOWER MAIN STREET. DANVILLE VA, Hodnett-Vass-Watson Co., We have several IM/(1(111 RQII/fl Electric different kinds of UUU 3fl HU ' s tl,e ' es ' H'ade The Ohio Feed Cotter | is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1909

THE OLDEST ABSOCIATIONAI, BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. I For the Baptist Union] A Garriage Drive Through Samaria and Galilee. "Now Ret in," said our guide, early one morning, as three dust covered carriages of many summers, were driven in front of our hotel in Jerusalem. After a few parting words with friends, we did as directed, and soon our party, accompanied by their satchels and Turkish passports, were on theif way to places of biblical interest in Samaria and Galilee. Our carriages were so constructed it was necessary that some of the members of the party should ride backward. Objections were raised, but as this manner of travel was preferable to walking, and as the writer could think of no good reason why a Baptist should not ride in this way, he raised no objections, and was one of the number whose backbone had the right of way for more than a hundred miles of the journey. Regardless however of this interfering with the laws of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1909

Zbe JBapttetHlnion. DANVILLE, VA.. JULY, 1909. RBV. J. 8. HICKS, • - EDITOR. Two thousand eight hundred ($2, ATTENTION! g 00 ) dollars from the Roanoke Association this year for Foreign Missions! Last year we gave $1,965.82. An advance of $835. »* Will we make this advance: We cannot afford not to do it. The Association at its approaching session should adopt this apportionment, and every loyal worker should do his or her part toward raising it. Let's do something worthy of us this year. This apportionment is made in no spirit of dictation, but merely as a suggestion from the Committee of the Boards. Virginia is asked for $68,000 for Foreign Missions. The old Roanoke Association must do her part. And now as we have something definite before us, let us realize our aim. J. E. Hicks, Vice-President Foreign Mission Hoard, Roanoke Association. Prospects are bright for the best session RoaOOLLEGE noke Colle * e haS evef had. It is fully expected that there will be 75 Boarding pupils, besi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1909

DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION RBV. H. O. CREWS, Scattsburi, Va., Editor. The Office of The Holy Spirit. In the scheme of human Redemption, the three glorious persons of the Divine Trinity seem to take a particular part. God, the Father devised the plan, God the Son executed; and God the Holy Spirit applies the method of grace for the salvation of God's elect. The disciples cast down at the departure of the risen Christ were assured by him, that it was expedient for him to go away else the Holy Spirit would not come. It was absolutely necessary that the Holy Spirit should come to carry forward the interests of Christ's kingdom on the earth. He must go away but he must not leave his work unfinished, or his disciples without a comforter. "I will send another comforter," and this shall be his work, " he will reprove the world of sin, and righteousness and of judgment." Here is set forth The Office of the Holy Spirit. He comes to — 1, Reprove the world of sin. By the written word and by the cons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1909

T. A. FOX. R. M. FOX. Residence 675 Wilson St. Residence, 826 Claiborne St. Phone 45-B. wmrmm T. fl. FOX & CO., FOMERAh BIRECTBRS ARB EMBALSCERS. 519, 521 MAIN STREET, - DANVILLE, VA. Telephone 45-A. A/W. JACOB & CO. DRUGGISTS, 4a5 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Muonlc Building, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Headquarters for EVERYTHING to be Found in an Up-to-Date Drug Store. A full supply of all kinds of NBltf KBDICINBS. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully filled and at very moderate prices. SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS THE BEST. Hardwarß Hodnett-Vass-Watson Co., Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock South of Richmond, Va. Hajestic Ranges, Jewel Cook Stoves, Jewel Ranges, Poultry Wire, Liquid Granite, Paints, Floor Stains, Roofing of all Kinds. Tornado Straw Cotters a Specialty. Give Us a Gall Before Baying. LOWER MAIN STREET. DANVILLE VA. Hodnett-Vass-Watson Co., We have several 11/flnil RQII/fl but the Electric different kinds of UUU 3jlH o ia the best made «The Ohio Feed Cotter on hand,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1909

THE OLDEST ASSOCIATIONAh BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION REV. B. G. CREWS, Scottsharg, Va„ Editor. Seventv-Firat Session of the Dan River Asssociation. The rain on Monday greatly diminished the attendance of the Messengers, so that at 3 o'clock on Monday scarcely a quorum was present when the body was called to order by H. G. Crews, the senior minister. The moderator of last session, J. H. Bass, was absent on account of the sickness of his father-in-law. After devotional exercises conducted by the moderator, the election of officers proceeded, and W. R. Barksdale being the only nominee, was unanimously elected. Judge Barksdale has often presided over the Association, and makes an efficient officer. Two brethren were nominated for clerk, the incumbent, J. B. Williams, and C. T. Sutherlin. Objection was made to the elegibility of Brother Williams on the ground that according to the constitution he was not a member oft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1909

THE OLDEST AS SO CIATI ONAh BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION REV. H. G. CREWS, Scottshurg, Va„ Editor. Seventy-First Session of the Dan River Asßßociation. The rain on Monday greatly diminished the attendance of the Messengers, so that at 3 o'clock on Monday scarcely a quorum was present when the body was called to order by H. G. Crews, the senior minister. The moderator of last session, J. H. Bass, was absent on account of the sickness of his father-in-law. After devotional exercises conducted by the moderator, the election of officers proceeded, and W. R. Barksdale being the only nominee, was unanimously elected. Judge Barksdale has often presided over the Association, and makes an efficient officer. Two brethren were nominated for clerk, the incumbent, J. B. Williams, and C. T. Sutherlin. Objection was made to the elegibility of Brother Williams on the ground that according to the constitution he was not a member ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1909

%be Baptist XHnion. DANVILLE, VA., AUG., 1909. REV. J. K. HICKS. - - EDITOR. A few Sundays A VISIT TO ago it was my privilege to visit the SOUTH BOSTON South Boston Bap- tist Church in the interest of the New Roanoke College Movement. I found in this enterprising town an active and progressive church. The Sunday School impressed me as being splendidly organized and well conducted. The church, under the excellent leadership of their pastor, Rev. P. A. Anthony, is doing a good work. Every department of work is well organized. Congregations are large, and every indication is that here is a church that is going forward. The people listened attentively to the presentation of the claim of the New College. The church will, no doubt, give a good subscription. The South Boston church is noted for its liberality. My home during my pleasant stay was with that splendid christian layman, Mr. R. S. Barbour, a thoroughly consecrated man who is giving largely of his time, thought and money to the M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1909

(CONTINUED FROM SECOND PAGE) an annual offering; for this purpose, aside from their usual offering to State Missions. G. C. Smith read the REPORT ON FOREIGN MISSIONS "Our forefathers found inspiration to toil and sacrifice in the statesmanlike work of making a nation. We find ours in the God-like work of shaping a world." The opportunity of the ages has come to lis. An opportunity of supreme sacrifice and service for Christ and the world. The master purpose of Christ is to bring the world back to God; and the foundation of missionary obligation is the divine command, "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature". We cannot claim the Christ spirit, nor say we are loyal to Christ, if we wilfully ignore this command. The great work of the Foreign Mission Board should thrill us with joy and thanksgiving. Twenty-one new missionaries were sent out last year, making 131 now on the field. These wilh 375 native helpers make a total of 606 workers. We have 259 churches an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1909

T. A. FOX. R. M. FOX. Residence 675 Wilsou St. Residence, 826 Claiborne St. Phone 45-B. ses?sass t. n. fox & co., FUNERAL BIREET9RS AHB EMBfIhMERS. 519, 521 MAIN STREET, - DANVILLE, VA. Tkmjphonk 45-A. A. W. JACOB & CO. DRUGGISTS, 4j5 MAIN STREET, Next Door to Masonic Building, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Headquarters for EVERYTHING to be Found in an Up-to-Date Drug Store. A full supply of all kinds of NB3n£ MEDICINES. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully filled and at very moderate prices. SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS THE BEST. HardwarF; Hodnett - Vass - Watson Co., Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock South of Richmond, Va. riajestic Ranges, Jewel Cook Stoves, Jewel Ranges, Poultry Wire, Liquid Granite, Paints, Floor Stains, Roofing of all Kinds. Tornado Straw Gutters a Specialty. Give Us a Gall Before Baying. LOWER MAIN STREET. DANVILLE VA. Hodnett-Vass - Watson Co., c We have several 11/flflVl CDll/O the Electric different kinds of |J M is the best made tThe Ohio Feed Gutter on h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1909

THE Q£J>-EST| ASSOCIATIONA T. I P W Ferrell " ov M . 1 !? 99 J . nriVA I IN THE STATE I Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. I For The Baptist Union. J SOME FACTS ABOUT ALCOHOL AS A MEDICINE, Given by Dr. L. L. Vans. Before a Meetingl in the Interest of Medical Temperance. So much has been said and written on the subject of medical temperance, that it seems impossible to add anything new —in fact it is not necessary to wait for new thoughts, or discoveries, or advancements on this important subject, but just to repeat and reiterate, and emphasize the knowledge that we already have. Very few can inaugurate new methods of research, but all can be candid and frank enough to admit the truth when it is plainly and clearly brought to their attention, and it is with this object in view that I wish to direct your thoughts to some of the more recent discoveries of medical science in regard to the administration of alcohol. Permit me just here to digress to say that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 October 1909

T II /v O L I) V, 8 T ASSOCIATI ONA I < P W l'-errell novjLß99 j - /» i t\ i IN TIIH STA TE I Organ of ihe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 22. I For The Baptist Union.l SOME FACTS ABOUT ALCOHOL AS A MEDICINE, Given by Dr. L. L. Vann. Before a Meeting in the Interest of Medical Temperance. So much lias been said and written on the subject of medical temperance, that it seems impossible to add anything new —in tact it is not necessary to wait for new thoughts, or discoveries, or advancements 011 this important subject, but just to repeat and reiterate, and emphasize the knowledge that we already have. Very few can inaugurate new methods of research, but all can be candid and frank enough to admit the truth when it is plainly and clearly brought to their attention, and it is with this object in view that I wish to direct your thoughts to some of the more recent discoveries of medical science in regard to the administration of alcohol. Permit me just here to digress to say ...

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