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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

THE BAPTIST UNION. DANVILLE, VA., NOVEMBER, 1912 REV. J. E. HICKS, - - - - Editor E. R. WADDILL, - Associate Editor Association Editors: Rev. H. G. Crews. Scottsburg. Va. Rev. J. P. McCabe, Martinsville, Va. Rev. J. W. Davies, Radcliffe, Va. Rev. T. R. Sanford. Chatham, Va. Special Notices. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. . .... j j If you wish a change of postoffice address, always give the name from which as well as the postoffice «o which you wish the change m rite us the news on a postal card from your BC A charge of one cent per word is made for all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send money with Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will be charged 60 cents for twelve months. Address.ll letters BApTIST Brother J. C. Holland, pastor of Keen Street Baptist Church is detained at home by sickness. Rev. P. G. Elsom has just closed a series of meetings a...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

SPECIAL AGENCY A Fbr the Thmous gSST "Star Brand" Shoes The Largest Selling Brand of Shoes in the World _ .. SOME POPULAR LINES A m "Our Family"— A Fine Shoe for Men r ~ , , , - , The Pilgrim"— For Every Member of the Family The Busmen Man's Shoe "Stronger-Than-The-Law"— Society ~ The Longest Wearing Work Shoe Made <lm . A Particular Shoe for Particular Women «. c •Tea. & Ted" School Shoes- * Soft end Good"— Fof Boys and Girla A Work Shoe True to Name . > All made of Good Leather. No substitutes for leather are ever used. "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" J. L. REYNOLDS & COMPANY, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Groceries, Shoes, Feed. 130 Union Street We Have Bought this Space to Tell You the Advantage of Buying CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS From a Reliable Firm Such as Ours, that has been in one spot for nearly half a century. SEE THE POINT ? J. & J. KAUFMAN "IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KIND" Cku4&tio6 q^cU In few days we will be showing one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

=ll 1 "= n t=lEj DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION | REV. H. G. CREWS. Scottaburtf. V*.. Editor. jj =1 II II II II II" If If II II THE MERCY OF GOD NO BAR TO THE EXERCISE OF HIS JUSTICE. There is a maudl'n sentiment widely prevalent that God is too merciful to purnish transgressors of His law. Leaving out the express and oft repeated declarat ons of the Bible, reason teaches that the guilty must be punished. The State must enforce her laws by the infliction of penalty for their transgression. The commonwealth would be barbarously unjust to let th'eves and murderers go at large to prey upon the law-abiding and innocent members of society. How unjust would that judge be who would turn loose on the community criminals who defy law and outrage justice. Sin is the transgression of God's holy law, and an insult to every attribute of the Divine characters. It alms to subvert his throne, and seeks to destroy all peace and happiness. It would put degraded, polluted criminals supreme on earth and in heav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

"Jta QuocIQJMK REV. J. P. McCABE, Martinsville, Va., Editor The Blue Ridge Association met in its 54th session, with the Stony Creek Church, Franklin county, Aug. 20th, 21st and 22nd. Dr. J. W. Marshall was chosen Moderator, Bro. C. J. Shelton, Vice Moderator, and Rev. J. Lee Taylor, Clerk and Treasurer. The following visiting brethren were recognized: Rev. J. E. Poteet and Bro. O. B. Jamison, of the Strawberry Association; Prof. John B. Brewer, President of Roanoke Female Institute; Rev. J. W. Commack, Associate editor of the Religious Herald; Rev. P. H. Chelf, Field Secretary of the Baptist Orphanage; Bro. J. P. Saul, Moderator of the Valley Association; Dr. C. J. Thomas, Field Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board; Bro. B. F. Moorman, of the Valley Association; Rev. R. D. Garland, Field Secretary of the State Mission Board; Rev. J. A. McKaughan k Pastor of Vinton Baptist Church; and Dr. J. J. Taylor, of Knoxville, Tenn. Brethren W. L. Naff, Bassett, Va„ and D. A. Thomas, Floyd, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

FROM THE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH NOTES. Mrs. Harry Powell has been received into the fellowship of our church during the month. We give her glad welcome. Our average attendance at Sunday School last month was 304. Our school is growing all the while. The Philathia Class has over 60 members. Our Missionary Comm ttee is doing fine work. Mission Study Classes are being organized in all departments of the church, and systematic missionary instruction will be given in the Sunday School. Our Royal Ambassadors secured the State Penant at the Woman's Meeting in Bluefield for the largest contributions per member to. Missions. The chapter consists of 18 members. They gave $150.00 to Miss'ons or $8.34 per member. Mrs. Nannie Norton is the leader of the boys and is recognized as one of the best in the State. SECOND CHURCH NOTES. Work moves on nicely at the Second Baptist. Several new members have been received into the church recently. To all these we give a cord al welcome. Woman's Missionary so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

W. W. WILLIAMSON W. F. PATTON J. M. LEY President Vice-President Cwhier No. 10156 VIRGINIA NATIONAL BANK DANVILLE, VA. CAPITAL, - - $100.000.00 PROFITS, - - $9,000.00 Under Supervision and Control of United States Government. Interest Allowed on Deposits in our Safety Deposit Boxes Savings Department for Bent YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED Proven Material For Home Building is the only kind the conservative man or woman can afford to consider who is making an investment of a life-time. Fads come and go as they are proved defective or inadequate to our requirements, but a good home built of carefully milled lumber is mighty hard to Improve upon. A frame house constructed with ordinary care and of good material will outlast several generations. Proof of this is in evidence right around you. Here are homes that have outlived whole families and the lumber in them would not compare with the superior millwork and the lumber we handle today. The manufacturing of lumbar has been reduced to a scienc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1912

REBOLUTIONB OF REBPECT. Whereas it has pleased Divine Providence to remove from our midrt, Mrs. Pattie Petty Boyd, who departed this life Aug. 29, 1912. She was a devoted wife, affectionate mother and thoughtful neighbor. She also possessed the graces that adorn the true Christian. At an early age she gave herself in heart and life to the dutieß of a Christian. Although we shall miss her in many ways, we would not call her back; feeling that she is in "The Haven of Rest." Therefore be it Reaolved, Ist, That we, the members of County Line Missionary Society bow in humble submission to the infinite goodness and mercy of Almighty God, believing that He doeth all things well. 2nd, That we extend to her faithful husband, children and grand children our sincere sympathy, commending them to the loving care of oui Heavenly whose word of promise was so precious to the loved one gone before. 3rd, That these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and a copy published in the Baptist Union. mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

THE BAPTIST UNION. Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 26. THE UNSEEN WITNESS. We have before us a letter from a reader of The Christian Herald who has lately suffered a great bereavement. The writer says: "Your figure of speach that 'death is only a veil' and 'transparent to those on the other side' is a beautiful thought to me. A near and dear one has lately passed over. What grounds have we for such a belief?" This is a type of many other letters of a similar character that reach us from time to time. Yet a little reflection, a little searching of God's own word as revealed to us in the Scriptures, would suffice to bring to those troubled souls the sweet assurance they are longing for. In the twelfth chapter of Hebrews, the writer says that we are encompassed by a great "cloud of witnesses." He borrowed this figure from the amphitheatre, where a vast assemblage "witnessed" the contests with eager attention, and he applied it to the spiritual struggle going on here on e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

The Woman's Missionary Society Department • DAN RIVER SOCIETIES. j I by MISS HELEN BARKSDALE, ! | Assoelational Superintendent, ! 5 Houston, Va. ! * L Report of Baptist Womans Work, Dan River Association, for first quarter ending Jan. 15, 1913. WOMANS MISSIONARY SOCIETIES AARON'S CREEK. Foreign Missions $ 18.00 BETHEL Foreign Missions $ 5.10 BETH CARR Foreign Missions $ 37.75 BLACK WALNUT. foreign Missions $ 11.07 Hom e Missions 3.78 Total $ 15.85 CROSS ROADS. Foreign Missions $ 6.04 CLOVER. Foreign Missions $ 8.55 State Missions 1.85 Total $10.40 CHILDREY. Foreign Missions $ 6.00 Home Missions 1.00 Total $ 7.00 CRYSTAL HILL. Foreign Missions $ 5.00 State Missions 2.55 Total $ 7.55 DAN RIVER. Foreign Missions $ 6.70 MOUNT VERNON. Foreign Missions $ 20.79 MILLSTONE. Foreign Missioss $ 6.05 NORTH FORK. Foreign Missions 9 1.25 REPUBLICAN GROVE. Foreign Missions $ 10.50 SCOTTSBURG. Foreign Missions $ 25.06 SOUTH BOSTON. Foreign Missions $ 59.63 STAUNTON RIVER. Foreign Missions f 10.00 W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION 18 THE NEW TEBTAMENT A BAPTIBT BIBLE. A conversation between Re v. Aaoniram Lovetruth and his son John. John "Father, over at Uncle Robert's the other night, I heard Rev. Mr. Mismark talking about a new Bible that had been lately published. He said the Baptists had publishel a New Testament and so changed it that none could use it but themselves. He called it a sectarian Bible." Father —"My son, I am greatly surprised to hear this. I thought Rev. Mr. Mismark a learned Presbyterian minister was a well informed man and that he would be far from misrepresenting his Baptist brethren." John —"Father tell me how he misrepresented the Baptists." Father —"If I understand you correctly r Mr. Mismark ascerted that the Baptists had brought out a new version of the New Testament which leaves out a part of the Lord's prayer and does away with the whale that swallowed Jonah." John —"Yes sir, that is exactly what he said, and all the company agreed that the Baptists had done ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

Roao Making ROAD BUILDING IN OHIO. Novel Method Adopted by Which Each Donated His Share. The laws of the State of Ohio give township trustees the power to levy a tax of six mills per dollar on all taxable property, which money must be used exclusively for stone roads. We have been carrying this levy for several years to raise funds for stone roads, but as the valuation of our township is rather small and the law further provides that trustees may accept by donation either money or labor we recently gave our people an opportunity to donate; that is, we would give them two or three weeks, on some of our main roads, to raise money by donation, with the privilege of working out the amount subscribed, or to pay in cash, by hand or by team work; hand labor at the rate of f1.60 per day and team work at $3 per day. The rule has been that the community raising the largest donation should receive Its road first. In 1906 spring there was a contest, one raising a donation of $1,680 and the othe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

LAUREL GROVE. The grim reaper continues his work, and our hearts are made sad and our forces weakened to have him claim from among us these choice spirits. We can be reconciled to their departure only by the conviction that their heaven as been gained and that they do now delight in the presence of the Master. The last hours of the old year brought to a close also the long and useful life of Mrs. Martha J. Dodson, widow of the late Paul H. Dodson, who left us to begin, in a more real sense, the New Year with Christ, he* Redeemer. Her whole life was one long calendar of ceer and the memory of her sunny disposition will abide with us. On January 30th, the sad news reached us of the death at the General Hospital, Danville, of Mr. W. E. James, who had been a resident In our vicinity for the past three years. Nothing seemed to delight him more than to embrace the opportunity offered by te Sunday school and prayer meeting to praise his heavenly father and to exhort the unsaved to forsake ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

T HE BAPTIST UNION. DANVILUS, VA., FEBRUARY, 1913 REV. J. E. HICKS. .... Editor E. R. WADMUUt \ - Associate Editor - Association Editors: Rev. H. G. Craws. Scottaburg, Vs. Rev. J. P. McCabe. Martinsville. Va. Rev. J. W. Davies, Rsdcliffe, Va. Rev. T. R. Sanford. Chatham, Va. Special Notices. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet If you wish a change of postoffice address, always give filename from which as well ss the postoffice to which you wish the change made. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. A charge of one cent per word is made for all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send money with Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will be charged 60 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THE BAPTIST UNION. CONCERNING MY POSITION. Reports of all kinds seem to be gaining currency concerning a sermon I preached some weeks ago on "Who is a B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

BUNDAY BCHOOL AND COLPORTAGE WORK SUGGESTED APPORTIONMENT. Roanoke Association. Clmrch Pastor Address Gave in 1912 1913 AltaVista, A. M. Padgett, Atavista, $ 13.00 Bethlehem, J. K. Humphries, Axton, 2.00 Cascade, W. A. Gaines, Cascade, $ 1.75 8.00 Chestnut Level, W. D. Barr, Chatham, 1.00 6.00 Chatham, T. R. Sanford, Chatham, 26.85 21.00 County Line, R. L. Cawley, Ingram, 48.04 20.00 Danville, First, J. E. Hicks, Danville, 46.74 60.00 Danville Second, W. S. Brook, Danville, 10.00 Keen St., J. C. Holland, Danville, 6.00 Lee Sereet, J. B. Eller, Danville, 17.98 13.00 Moffett Memorial, G. C. Smith, Danville, 20.00 Edge Hill, J. W. Barbour, Sycamore, 4.00 Elba, W. R. Keefe, Chatham, 6.00 Greenfield, W. R. Keefe, Chatham, 8.00 14.00 Green Pond, W. R. Keefe, Chatham, 6.00 Hollywood, W. R. Keefe, Chatham, 4.00 Kentuck, E. Y. Pool, Dry Pork, 7.05 14.00 Laurel Grove, H. T. Allison, Sutherlin, 3.00 15.00 Liberty, J. K. Humphries, Axton, 2.00 2.00 Marion, W. D. Barr, Chatham, 1.10 3.00 Midway,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 February 1913

FROM THE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH NOTES. Our Sunlay School averaged for the month of January was 327 —the largest in the history of the school. The collections for the month were over $5O. We have enrollel in our six Mission Stuly Classes 100 members. The classes are very enthusiastic. Regular systematic instruction in Missions Is given in the Sunday School. Our Boys from the Young Men's Baraca Class and Royal Ambassadors have organized a Social Service Club. They have fitted up a beautiful room which will b e open every Tuesday night for games and social intercourse. The club room will be supplied with magazines, books and stationery. The boys are very enthusiastic, and they have caught the vision, of the application of Christianity to social ills. One of out young women will give $3O to support a boy in one of the Mission Schools of China. Our revival meeting will begin the third Sunday in March. Rev. W, L. Ball, pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Richmond, will conduct the meeting. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

THE BAPTIST UNION. Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 26. FROM A BHUT-INN. Dear Union: As we wish to thank friends for their kindness you will please give me some space in your columns. 80me if the kindness of friends have Men previously acknowledged, others have not, so I will include them all. Some before and at Christmas, others have shown much kindness since Xmas. We want to say to one and all that we heartily appreciate the kindness of every one of them. On the 22nd of Feb. We moved into our little, new room and find it very comfortable. We love to see the bright beautiful sunshine streaming in at our window. Thanks to friends. Some people are rich in money, others in good deeds and kindness, and we are rich in kind Christian friends. May the Lord abundantly bless each one of them. We want to say to our dear old friend M. E. M. that the old sister you inquired about has been dead nearly two years. I hope to answer your dear letter just as soon as I can. We were so s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

THE BAPTIST UNION DANVILLE, VA., MARCH, 1913. ' 1 — 1 REV. J. E. HICKS, - - - - Editor E. R. WADDILL, - Associate Editor Association Editors: Rev. H. G. Crews, Scottsburg, Va. Rev. J. B. McCabe, Martinsville, Va. Rev. J. W. Davies, Radcliffe, Va. Rev. T. R. Sanford. Chatham, Va. Special Notices. In your letters to the paper write only on one side of the sheet. If you Wish a change of postofflce address, always give the name from which as well as the postofflce to which you wish the change made. Write us the news on a postal card from your section. A charge of one per word is made for all resolutions and obituary notices exceeding one hundred words. One hundred words published free. Count the words and send money with copy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THE BAPTIST UNION. The communication in the last issue, from Rev. G. W. Reed, was from Clover, Va., and not Clovier Bottom as published. We are gl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

SOUND INVESTMENTS We offer some safe Investment stocks, yielding an Income of from five and a to seven per cent., free of tax. When you Invest In high-grade stocks, secured upon properties of established value, and demonstrated earning power, you are surrounding your money with every responsible safe-guard. JAMES T. CATLIN & SON FIRE INSURANCE, STOCKS and BONDS DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Special Clean-Up Sale B arga ins Hardware j Pence, Paints, Hoofing, Mattocks, Picks, Shovels, Mechanics' Tools, Wagon, log and Trace Chains, Enamelware, Tinware, Silverware, Cutlery, Razos, Scissors, Paint Brushes, Curry Combs and many otrer classes of useful goods. Having a number of items carried from our 1912 Salvage Sale; a large surplus in several lines, making an over-stock; a number of brands in various fines we rave decided to discontinue, including Roofings, Pence, Paints, Implements, &c.; als 0 neeing tre space for new brands of different goods we are adding, we have decid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

AT ROANOKE INSTITUTE. The Japanese Operetta, "Princess Chrysanthemum" was given Monday evening February 17, in the auditorium of Roanoke by the members of the vocal class assisted by Messrs. Ashby Raine and Tom Bass. The title role was sung by Miss Mary Garrett, who a very charming and sweet Princess. Her father, the Emperor What for Whi, had a difficult part, but Mr. George Geogbbgan, til singing and acting, proved himself fully equal to handling it successfully. The maidens attending tbp Princess and those in the Chorus acted their parts well and Miss Beryl Beam as Tu-Lip, sang a Lullaby beautifully. Saucer Eyes, the Wizard Cat in charge of the Cave of Turkey Night, made a decided hit from the moment his first cater wail was heard. This part was ably taken by Mr. Ashby Raine and he was assisted by four kittens. Miss Florence Boatwright, filled the part of Fairy Moonbeam —the Princess' Good Genius —to perfection. Her acting was well done and her solo, Path of Love," beautifully sun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION REV. H. G. CREWS, Seotttburg, Va.. Editor. CLOBE COMMUNION. Conversation between Father and Son continued from last month. John —"Father, I hear a great deal of talk about Baptists' close communion. They are called bigoted, selfish and uncharitable because they do not invite Pedobaptists to take the Lord's Supper with them. Many of our yonng membres do not understand the Baptist position, and I wish you to explain the subject." Father —"The Baptists' are really open communionists becuase they invite all their own members, and this no other denomination does, and all the other denominations while they invite all in other churches in good standing, do not commune with all of their own members, for instance their infantile members, and besides in their Prayer Books, confessions of faith and Discipline expressly deny the communion to all not of their faith. While they do invite all in good standing in their own churches and say it is the Lord's table and no man has...

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