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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1910

3be Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., SEPT., 1910. REV. J. E. HICKS, - - EDITOR. OPENING OF ROANOKE INSTITUTE. The Roanoke Institute opened on the 14th with the most encouraging prospect the Institution has ever had. Every room in the building is taken by the boarders, and it looks like rooms will have to be rented outside the college. The new building is rapidly Hearing completion and will be ready for occupancy December 1. We will have one of the finest educational plants in the country when it is completed. The Baptists ought to feel proud of this great and growing Institution. It has done lasting service to the Denomination, but it is yet to do its largest work. We are planning to build up here one of the greatest institutions in the South. Twelve States and our foreign country are represented in the enrollment this year —and still they come! Sunday School Institute. The Sunday School Institute, held at Mt. Hermon on August 26 and 27, was one of the best meetings of the kind this wr...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1910

CONCORD ASSOCIATION J. W. DA VIES, Railcliffe, Va., Editor. Warfield —Our pastor, Rev. J. K. Faulkner, had as the subject of his evening discourse yesterday, August 21st, "Declaring Religious Experience," based on the text, "Come and hear, all ye that fear God. and I will declare what he has done for my soul." —Ps. 66:16 In connection, he incidentally and with interest to us, made this reference to himself: Yesterday was the anniversary of mv ministry, that being the day, Saturday before the third Sunday in August, 1860, on which fifty years ago, I preached my first sermon to the brethren of my old mother church, at Black Walnut, Halifax county, Virginia, from the text: "For I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ and Him crucified." —1 Cor. 2:2; and, in adherance to the prophecies of that hour, how he had never been on the platform as lecturer; on the ! < BLUE RIDGE ASSOCIATION ) REV. J. P. McCABE, Martinsville, Va., Editor. On Tuesday, August 23, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1910

Zhc Baptist TUnion. DANVILLE, VA., SEPT., 1910. I For The Baptist Union.] The Matter of Christian Stewardship. F. H. SCHMIDT. What does the word "steward" mean? In the Students' Standard Dictionary, we read as the definition of "steward," "a person entrusted with the management of estates and affairs not his own." And what is meant, coupling the word "stewardship" with "Christian," by "Christian Stewardship?" All my life I have been able to reach but a single conclusion on this question, namely: That by "Christian Stewardship" is .meant the attitude and conduct of the soul of man toward everything with which that soul is associated in this life from the moment of its Christian redemption to the moment of mortal death. Mat} has nothing but what is given him by his Heavenly Father. "God is the giver of every good and precious gift." "In seven days the Lord made heaven and earth and all that therein is." Far back in the wilderness, Moses cried out to his quibbling Israel host, "Behold,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1911

THE PhDEBT ASS O CIAT I ON AX BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 24. Zbe Baptist TUnfon. DANVILLE, VA., FEB , 1911. Published bv the Koanokk Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to E. R. Waddill. Business Manager. Mount Airy, Va., Feb, 8, 'll. Dkar Union : Please allow me space to make an appeal to laymen of the Roanoke Association. On the 21st and 22nd of February there will be a meeting of the leading brethren of the L. M. M. throughout the State at the First Baptist church, Lynchburg, at 7:30 p. m. Every layman that can possibly attend this meeting should do so. We are planning for a great forward movement during the spring, and all ol us should fall iu line that we may feet the touch of elbows and catch the inspiration that a host inspires as we "Press towards the mark." We must have a Missionary League in every church. Several good brethren have consented to assist iu the organization of these leagues, and we have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1911

Zhc Baptist IHnion. DANVILLE, VA., FEB., 1.911. RKV. J. K. HICKS, - " KDITOR. 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. A charge of one cent per word is made lor all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send monev with copy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for Cttv delivery will hereafter be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THF BAPTIST UNION. TO THOSE WHO OWE US. We will print a new list of our subscribers at an early date, and will be pleased to include your name if you will write us. MEMORIALS IN THE NEW COLLEGE. The new Roanoke Institute is now completed and as soon as the front yard is filled, the students will be moved into their elegant new home. Dr. Hening was here a few days ago and inspected the building, and said it was the best school building in Virginia. The import...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1911

©bituartes. DENNIS ADAMS McCUBBANS. On the 20th day of January, 1911, death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCubbans and took from them their darling baby, Dennis, age 18 months and 10 days. He was the joy and pride of the home. He was .sick only two days. Death is sad at all times, but when it comes so unexpectedly it is so much harder to bear. He leaves father and mother, five brothers and five sisters, and many friends to mourn their loss. We extend to the family and relatives our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the God who said, "All things work together for good to them that love God." Dennis, thou wast mild and lovely. Gentle as the .summer breeze, Rut 'tis God who hath bereft us; He can all our sorrows heal. But yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled; In Heav:n again we hope to meet thee, Where no farewell tears are shed. Mrs Annie B. Tate. Witt, Va., R. F. D. No. 3. HOQAN. Died, January 12tb, 1911, in her 67th year, at her home, near Brigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1911

The Woman's Missionary Society Department. ri st sßsegcsesssasEse wsssßrewsasßw SESS ROANOKE SOCIETIES. | S Edited by MISS. LIZZIE WOOD, jjj Lassociational superintendent. | Danville, Virginia. w » J TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF Missionary Societies of Roanoke Association for Quarter Ending January 15th, 1911. W. M. Societies. ALTAVISTA. Christmas Offering . $ 9 20 i Home Missions 6 89 Total $ 16 09 CASCADE. State Fissions $ 75 Buchanan School 50. Education 50 Foreign Missions 50 Christmas Offering 5 00 Home Missions -5 Ministers' Relief 25 Margaret Home 50 Training School 75 Total $ 9 00 CHATHAM. Christmas Offering $ 27 20 Home Missions 10 50 Total $ 37 70 CHESTNUT LEVEL. Foreign Missions t 6 83 Christmas Offering 3 60 Training School 1 00 Total $ 11 43 COUNTY LINK. Foreign Missions $ 2 35 Christmas Offering ft 25 Home Missions 1 00 Frontier Box 30 00 Total $ 39 60 DANVILI.R —FIRST CHURCH. State Missions $ 42 57 Foreign Missions 19 60 Christmas Offering 37 25 Home Missions 50 Frontier Bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1911

THE OLDEST AS SO CI AT ION Ah BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 24. Xtbe Baptist Union. DANVILLE, VA., APRIL, 1911. Published bv the Koanokr Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to K. R. Wadoill. Business Manager. A charge of one cent per word is made lor all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send monev with copy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will hereafter be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THF BAPTIST UNION. I For The Baptist Union. 1 m THE OLD MAN S STORY—THE RESULT OF TREATING. 1. 'Twas Saturday night, and the gay sa. loon just sparkled with rosy light; It's free lunch tuble was set with care; the stove looked cheery and bright. The plate glass mirrors resplendently shone; the bottles were placed with art; The one black spot on that brilliant scene was the sleek proprietor's heart. 2. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1911

Übe Baptist IDinion. DANVILLE, VA., APRIL, 1911. RKV. J. K. HICKS, - - EDITOR. The subscribers to the Roanoke College Building Fuud will please send amount due on their subscription to H. J. Miller, Secretary, Baptist Union office. THE OALL OF The Books for GOD TO THE the Southern BapOHUROHES. list Convention year close April 30. The Foreign Mission Board tuust raise at least $350,000 in these next few days to close the year out of debt. It can easily be raised if the pastors will urge upon their people the great need. Let every pastor in the Roanoke Association who has not already done so, take an offering for this great cause at once. It would be a shame to let the Lord s cause trail in the dust. Tfie apportionment for the churches has been sent out. Let every pastor and every church be ambitious to raise the amounts asked. J. E. Hicks, Vice-President Foreign Missions Roanoke Association. BRO. DUNCAN Bro. G. C. Danttavps can, who has been LEAVhS. for three yearg the efficient and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1911

OR. AKEO. In view of the wide publicity which lias been given to the resignation of Dr. Charles P. Aked as pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, New York City, and the reasons given by him for the resignation, the following editorial from a Pittsburg daily paper giving "the other side" will be read with interest: THE OTHER SIDE OF IT. The aspirations and disappointments of Rev. Charles F. Aked, popularly known as "Rockefeller's pastor," have been so exhaustively ventilated that most people have assumed too hastily that there was no other side to the complication which seems ilkely to cause his resignation from the New York Church to accept a call to San Francisco. Mr. Aked talks of "great enterprises" which he had hoped to lead, but which he finds are merely "such stuff as dreams are made of," and speaks of "the enthusiasm for great things that makes drudgery divine," but which he intimates is lacking in the Fifth Avenue congregation. Now hear the other side, as put forward by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 April 1911

Tbe Woman's Missionary Society Department. DAN RIVER SOCIETIES. Edited by MISS HELEN BARKSDALE, ASSOCIATION AL SL'PKKINTHNIIENT, Scottsburg. Va. THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION TRAINING SCHOOL—ITS NEW WORK—THE ENLARGEMENT FUND. (Mrs. Julius Hudson and the Foreign Mission Journal.) A long felt want among Southern Baptists had been a school where ycung women who had consecratcd their lives to God and were called of Him, might receive training for their chosen field of labor. This want is being fully supplied by the Training School in Louisville, Kv. The school is an assured success, as proved bv its three years successful work. Inuring the past year forty-two boarding students and four day students have matriculated, representing fourteen States and China. The W. M. U. should feel profoundly grateful to a loving Heavenly Father, who has so abundantly blessed their efforts in establishing this school. When we read in the "Home Field" for July the beautiful description of "Home Life,'' in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1911

Tll n 01, I) EST ASSOCIATIONAI, It A PTIST PA PER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 24. GbeJSaptfetTflnton. DANVHXK. VA.. MAY, 1911. Published bv tlie Koanokk Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to H. R. Waddill. Business Manager. A charge of one cent per word is made lor all resolutions and obituary uoiices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send mouev with copy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for Cltv delivery will Hereafter be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Aililress all letters to THF BAPTIST UNION. W. C. T. U. CONTEST. The Woman's Temperance Union of Danville offered three prizes to the studeuts in the High School, for the best essay on the following subjects: "The Relation of Alcohol to Crime," five dollars in gold. "The Value of Total Abstinence to a Life," two dollars and a half iu gold. "What is the Harm in a Glass of Beer," /wo dollars and a half in gold, The contest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1911

Hbc Baptist TTliUon. DANVILLE, VA., MAY, 1911. RKV. J. K. HICKS, - - KOITOR. Grateful. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hicks wish to express their grateful appreciation to the people who have been so kind during the long illness of Mrs. Hicks. The kindly interest and gracious ministries of devoted friends have helped to lighten the affliction. The subscribers to the Roanoke College Building Fund will please send amount due on their subscription to H. ■J. Miller, Secretary, Baptist Union office. On Friday after Faster School opened iIUANvKti; . n < INSTITUTE 1,1 1 e new Koanoke Institute. The transfer had been made during the Faster holidays, and the work went on without any interuption at all. The new building is a thing of beauty and joy. It should be the pride of every Baptist in the state. It is magnificent* in appearance, and thoroughly modern in all its appointments. It is the best school building the Baptists have in the State, and the best single college building of any denomin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1911

©bttuariea. Mrs. W C. Bluir. At a joint meeting of the Missionary Society of Riceville Baptist Church, May 6, 1911, the following resolutions were adopted as a slight expression of our profound sorrow at the death of one we esteemed so highly and loved so well. Whereas, Our heavenly Father in His infinite wisdom and unerring providence, hath taken from our midst, our beloved president of the Woman's Missionary Society and co-worker and friend, Mrs. Mollie Pritchett Bliar, therefore be it Resolved, That while we mourn her departure from us, with hearts submissive to His will we recognize the controlling hand of him who doeth all things well. That as society and Sunday School we have sustained the loss of a tried and valued member; devoted, untiring prompt at duty's every call, faithful ever, who gave of the riches of her mind and heart to interest of the cause, whose good works are worthy of our emulation and whose every presence was a benediction, that individually we are deeply sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 May 1911

**************************************************** m The Woman's Missionary Society Department, « | DAN RIVER SOCIETIES, f a Edited bv MISS HELEN BARKSDALE, « LASSOCIATIONAI. SUPERINTENDENT, J Houston. V T a. Reports from societies in Dan River Association for 2nd quarter ending April 15, 1911. Women's Missionary Societies, aaron's creek. Foreign Missions $ 18 00 Home Missions „ 3 00 Training School 1 25 Total $ 22 25 - BETH CAR. Home Missions $ 33 55 Immigrant Work (Norfolk) 425 Total $ 37 80 BLACK walnut. S. S. Colportaye Work $ 137 Foreign Missions 8 15 Home Missions 16 28 Training School 1 00 Total $ 26 80 CROSS ROADS. Foreign Missions $ 125 Home Missions 9 75 Total $ 11 00 CLOVER. Foreign Missions $ 2 25 Home Missions 3 00 Total $ 5 25 CRYSTAL HILL. Home Missions $ 5 00 DAN RIVER. Home Missions $ 9 75 MT. VERNON Home Missions $ 16 86 MILI.STONR. Foreign Missions 6 50 Home Missions - 4 00 Training School 1 00 Total $ 11 50 NORTH FORK. Home Missions $ 1 00 REPUBLICAN GROVR. Hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1911

Tflg OLDS ST ASSOCIATIONAI BAPTIST PAPER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 24. Zhc Baptist Ulnton. DANVILLE, VA.. JULY, 1911. Published bv the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to B. R. Waddill. Business Manager. A charge of one cent per word is made lor all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published (ree. Count the words and send monev with copy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will hereafter be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THE BAPTIST UNION. BAPTIST WOULD ALLIANCE. Held in Philadelphia June 19-26 The Greatest Gathering of the Baptists in the History of the World. IReported by Joseph B. Anderson, Delegate trom First Baptist church. Danville. Va.l I went to New York a day or two before the meeting of the Alliance, and being desirous of seeing something of the Sunday school work in a great city, I went to the Fifth Avenue Bapti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1911

ÜbeJSaptist Ulnion. DANVILLE, VA., JULY, 1911. RBV. J. E. HICKS. - - EDITOR. ROANOKE INSTITUTE. Prospects for next session are very bright. Girls already enrolling from different States. One has entered from Cuba. We expect to have 100 boarding pupils —the capacity of the school. Our new building is the very best in the State. The new gymnasium and laboratories will be ready for the opening of the fall term. No other school for girls in Virginia can offer the same advantages as Roanoke Institute, at such moderate prices. Here the student gets the best, and gets it without paying an exhorbitant price. But it is not a cheap school. No ambitious parent should want to send a daughter to a cheap school. For a cheap school means a low-grade, inefficient school. We cannot afford to sacrifice the education of our daughters for the sake of mere cheapness. Better spend a little more money and get the right kind of education. A girl's training for life should not be dependent upon the saving o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1911

BLUB RIDGE ASSOCIATION REV. J. P. McCABE, Martinsville, Va., Editor. Does God Need and Does He Require Our Substance? What Proportion Ought a Christian to Give? Every Christian accepts the fact that Christ has established a kingdom in the world—sometimes called in the Bible the kingdom of God, sometimes the kingdom of heaven. It is described as a '' Kingdom of Righteousness and Peace,'' where His will is to be done on earth as it is in heaven. For this we are taught J to pray. We are told that we are citizens of this kingdom —that in a peculiar sense we are an integral part of it, since it is located in our hearts, and that we can.extend it throughout the world only by opening other hearts to accept and obey our King. This last thought expresses an obligation felt b_v every loyal citizen of any country, and the question arises as to how that obligation may be fulfilled. What is needed to extend the Kingdom of God can be expressed in four wordsfaith, prayer, men, money. We believe th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1911

m The Woman's Missionary Society Department. {^| j»f??yy?s?ss?s¥¥s¥¥7¥s?s¥*f¥¥s¥*¥¥¥??¥¥y¥?Ss????¥¥?s#s | DAN RIVER SOCIETIES. | IS Edited bv HISS HELEN BARKBDALE, S Lassociational SUPERINTENDENT, £ Houston. Va. J. asas asas esaßasßSPswrasas wanaw The Woman's Missionary Union of the Dan River Associaton, will hold its annual meeting at BethCar Baptist Church, Houston, Va., July 20th and 21st. The Union will be called to order at 4:00 p. m. on Thursday. All ladies of the Association are cordially ininvited to attend these meetings. Thursday at 8:30 p.m., Rev. Mr. Maynard, a missionary for sixteen years in Japan, will preach. To this service both men and women are invited and urged to come. All delegates should send in their names at once to Miss Helen Barksdale, Houston, Va. The following is a paper read at the last meeting at South Boston, by Mrs. J. H. Snead, of Midway, Va. Systematic and Proportionate Giving. Let us turn to the Bible —our guide in everything relating to the kingdo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 August 1911

THE OWES T AS SO CIA TIONAL BAPTIST PA PER IN THE STATE Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 24. Zbe Baptist IDhnon. DANVII.LE, VA., AUG,, 1911. Published bv the Koanokr Baptist Union, at Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pav to K. R. Waddill. Business Manager. A charge of one cent per word is made tor all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Couivt the words and send monev with copy. Subscribers to THE BAP> TIST UNION for City delivery will hereafter be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THE BAPTIST UNION. OBJECTIONS TO FOREIGN MISSIONS. No honest cause has any fear of just criticism either by friend or foe; but the best of causes can be injured temporarily by misrepresentation, misleading statements or direct falsehoods. In the end truth is mighty and will prevail. It is the glory of foreign mission work that it cannot be successfully opposed by even the shrewdest antagon...

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