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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1897

*Xbe Baptist Ulnioit. DANVILLE, VA., NOV., 1897. REV . T B. THAMES. D.D. Editor REV. T. C. ALUERSON, ) Da. O. F. JAMES, v Associates. Rev. P. a. ELSOM. \ Our Brethren of this idTh? church - could not See'd Church, have made a selection Richmond, of pastor, more pleasing and acceptable to the Baptist people of this section, than in the choice of Dr. W. R. LSmith of St. Louis. No man ever lived in Virginia of sweeter and kindlier contact with his brethren. He is most affectionately remembered in Danville, his name and work being associated with one of the most blessed works of grace ever experienced in the First Baptist church. To us personally the return of Dr. Smith to Virginia is exceedingly gratifying. When we came to Virginia eight years ago, it was hoped that the intimacy of former years would be renewed with our esteemed friend, but we were bitterly disappointed by his removal. Now this blasted hope is revived by his return; and we are anticipating a new joy in our work in the ...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1897

If tow th* @fmtdx*s DAN RIVBR ASSOCIATION. Rkv. W. J. Shipman. - Editor. All communications intended for this department must be sent to Rev. W. J. shipman, Houston, Va. News from the churches should be sent by or before the sth of each month. County Line. —Our meeting here, which closed the 10th of last month, was a delightful one. The church was greatly revived, many backsliders reclaimed, and some forty-six persons professed faith in Christ. Twenty-one have been added to the church, and others to follow. Bro. R. D. Garland did the preaching, and he did it well. He is an evangelist, but one a pastor is not afraid to trust. He is very conservative and prudent, and sound in doctrine. Any pastor will be greatly helped by having him conduct a meSting in his church. *** Beth Car. —The meeting here, closing the 28th ult., was one of much spiritual blessing to the church. The church was not only quickened into great activity, but backsliders were reclaimed, and eight added to the church ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 November 1897

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD —OF— (onvention. J. CD. FROST, Secretary. Our Bible Work. Besides having Bibles for sale, we do a great work in the free distribution of the Word of God {n destitute places, having given away hundreds and even thousands of Bibles and Testaments. These gifts are made for the most part through State Boards. You can help in this great work. 1. In buying from us. Kverysaleof Song Books or Bibles, or other books or cards, or any Sunday-school supplies, is a help to our Bible work. 2. By sending us money. We want to raise this year Jive thousand dollars for Bible distribution. This is being given by individuals, by churches, by Sunday-schools as a whole, and in classes. We will add a dollar to every dollar you send, and so make your gift do double service—your dollar doing the work of two dollars. Have you seen our beautiful Bible cards? Send for some of them; they will cost you uothing. Put one at least in each class in your school, or in each family in your church. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1898

The Organ or the Roanoke Baptist Association VOL 11. Zbc Baptist "Union. Published by the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. Address nil communications to "Tiik Baptist Union," Danville, Va Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pay to K. R. Wadpill, Business Manager. Entered at the Post Office at Danville, Va. at second class rates. r __ It takes both grace and wit to bear disappointment well. When a man begins to move others, he is generally called a "crank." When a man makes a fool of himself, he generally does the job well. Whoever kicks over a lie, will find a big brood of others hiding under it. Vice either hides or draws its sword as soon as virtue shows her face. Do you study up excuses in order to ease your conscience about unperformed duty? —Church Worker. "Well done thou good and fafthful servant," will not ecme to all in the church. —Church Worker. You may test the true character of your doubtful practices by asking yourself whether you would like your boys to indulge in them. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1898

Qbc Baptist IHn(on. DANVILLE, VA., MAR., 1898. REV. T. B. THAMEB.JD.D. Editor .pjjg This body ofSouthSouthern ern Ba P tist editors Baptist and publishers met in _ Ashville on the 9th Pe,S inst. The editor and Association. bus . ness manager represented the interests of this paper. They took the'early morn - ing vestibu led train on the Southern railway and before their eyes were opened good they were at Salisbury, on the way to the "land of the sky." Here the Richmond contingent came forth from their luxurious berths and restful slumbers. Drs. Dickenson and daughter, Miss Nellie, Pitt and wife of the Religions Herald, and Willingliam and wife, of the Foreign Mission Journal, made up the party. We all breakfasted at the hotel close by. Then on we rushed smoothly as through green valleys to Hickory, then to Round Top perched on the mountain side, and then up and around through a tangled mystery of ever ascending rails, until it looked as though we should be landed . among the very st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1898

Zhc Baptist Ulnfon. DANVILLE, VA., MAR., 1898. Woman's Missionary Sooiety Dep't. Edited by Mbs. Frank 8. Woodson,Associations! Vice-President. Week of Self • Denial for Home Missions. The third week in March has been appointed as the week of prayer and self-denial for Home Missions. Our State Secretary most naturally anticipates the first thought in many minds on receiving the literature for the observance of this our week of prayer and selfdenial. She says: "Sometimes it seems that we are scarcely over with our effort before another is presented to us as Christian workers; and yet, recalling the life of our sacrificed Saviour, whom we love and reverence, should we ever tire of his example as the Sacrifice?" Miss Hick makes an appeal through the Religious Herald of March 3rd, —"An oppotunity,"— which should be read by every worker. No one who has read the appeals from the Home Board with the accompanying lights, especially the one entitled, "Unto the heart," could longer remain indi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1898

FREE. We direct special attention to the following remarkable statements: J^nixfrrtr * MISS LIZZIE PAISLEY. I had Catarrh ever since I cau remember; hail severe headaches, eyes were sore and 1 had to wear glasses; had a very distressing eoniili from the time 1 was one year old; it troubled me worse «t nights and of mornings; always had to sleep with my head propped up on five or six pillow*, on account of diffieult breathing and paroxysms of coughing. My throat was very sore, tonsils enlarged, and I often became very hoarse; had a profuse ami oll'ensive discharge from my right ear for eighteen years, and I could not hear anything in that car. I read 111 the < 'lrixt inn Standard of tiie wonderful cures eiec'ed by Aerial Medication, and L resolved to try it. The first time I used the treatment my hearing in right ear, Which had been d« s;ioy«d so long, was restored so that 1 could hear the clock tick in the next room. The t'aiarrh ami cough gradually improved, and in thrc«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1898

Tbe Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association VOL 1 1. ttbe Baptist Ulnion. Published by the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. A<Mreei*nil «onmiuiilcaHo!i*to "Tim Baptist fTNION." Danville, V*. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. Pair to B. R Waddili.. BualnesH Maniwr. KlllCreit *t tlie Post Office a» Danville. V*. a! clhhh ratea. Little Things Worth Kuowiny. That a bag of hot sand sometimes relieves neuralgia. * warm borax water will remove dandruff. That salt should be eaten with nuts to aid digestion. That milk which stands too long makes bitter butter. That a hot, strong lemonade taken at bedtime will often break up a cold. That it rests you, in sewing, to change your position frequently. That rusty flatirons should be rubbed over with beeswax and lard. That a little soda water will relieve sick headache caused by indigestion. That a cup of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the breath. That tough meat is made ten.'er by lying a few minutes in vinegar water...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1898

The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Associatio • VOL 1 1. TZhc Baptist TElnion. Published by the Roanokk Haptist I'mon. at Danville, Va. \«blr«'Hs all enininiinicatloiiHto "Tiik Baptist riMON." Danville. Va Terms: Pfir Year, 25 Cents. Hay to B. K Waiiuu.i.. DilsllifUM Mniiauer »t Ihe PnHt OlHrt' Ht l>HnvUW\ Vn *t shpjjiul class rates. Little Thing's Worth Knowing. That a ban' ol hot sand sometimes relieves neuralgia. That warm borax water will remove dandruff. That salt should be eaten with nuts to aid digestion. That milk which stands too long makes bitter butter. That a hot, strong lemonade taken at bedtime will often break u)) a cold. That it rests you, in sewing, to change your position frequently. That rusty flatirons should be rubbed over with beeswax and lard. That a little soda water will relieve sick headache caused by indigestion. That a cup of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the breath. That tough meat is made ten.'er by lying a few minutes in-vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1898

XTbe Baptist Ulnlon. DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1898. KEV . T. H. THAMES. D.D. EDITOR Look at the date after your name on this paper and if you owe us please send the amount at once. Two cent postage stamps will be taken in payment. The Is the Diploma what it llsec ' to Does Modern it stand for as much Diploma. . . symetrical culture and comprehensive attainment as the old time diploma? From our limited observation we are disposed to the conviction that with rare exception the answer to these questions must be in the negative. The degree diplomas are not as much sought after as of yore. Other diplomas representing smaller attainment are substituted in their stead. They are framed, hung 011 parlor walls and in general exploited as though they were the genuine sheepskin of the fathers. On commencement occasions the degree diplomas are hidden under piling and promiscous heaps of paper representing varying degrees of achievement. We should like to enter a mild protest against this modern proc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1898

XTbe Baptist Tllnfon. DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1898. FIRST CHURCH NOTES. Children's Day exercises on Sunday, June 12th, were very much enjoyed by the large crowd in attendance, and a good collection was taken up for the Sunday school and Bible Board. It grieves us to chronicle the death of one of o<ir young men, Mr. Benj. Dugger. He died in Richmond on June 12th of con- sumption. He was devoted to his church, and he will be greatly missed from his accustomed place as one of its ushers. The annual meeting of the church was held the third Monday night in May and was well attended. The reports from the different societies were fairly good. Upwards of $5,000 was raised for benevolent and church expenses. Mrs. Annie Gertrude Breedlove died at the home for the sick in this city June 9th. She was a member of Sharon Baptist church, and was buried at her oid home near the church. Dr. Thami s accompanied the remains to its last resting place. The Baptist Young People's Union District C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 June 1898

O R( SANIZED l&3jg i ,m rl¥f ii'FIRE X MARINE) u UMfiinrama OF RICHMOND, VA. ASSETS, - STSO.OOO This old Virgiiiiit institution issues a short and comprehensive Policy, free of petty restrictions, and liberal in its terms and conditions ( ovn-s Loss by Lightning. WM. H. PALM Ell, President. W. H, MeCAKTHY, Secretary, Ko. F. JOHNSTON, Special Atft. DIRECTORS: !\. B. Addison. D. O. Davis, Thomas Potts, W. Joshua Leake Ed. J. Willis, Wotto Nolting. WRITE TO W. W. WADDILL, At Danvil e, Va , Who is the Agent. The Baby's EAR. Have a good Piano in the house. Develop a taste for good mu sic in the children and they will thank you for it later. Get prices from all other firms and we will discount them. We are making a specialty of a $250 Upright Piano at $l9O during the next 30 days. STANDARD MUSIC Cu C. H. ADDISON, Prop'p. Danville Virginia. We are over stocked at this season and we will open our Mid-Summer Salt From June Ist to July Ist, At 20 Per Ct. Discount, On all goods in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1898

The Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association VOL 11. Hbe Baptist XHnion. Published by the Roanoke Baptist Union, at Danville, Va. Address sll communications to "Tim Baptist Union." Danville. Va. Terms: Per Year, 25 Cents. > Pajr to I. R. WiIiDH.L. Business Manager. + ' " jjjp% ' Intflred at. the Post Office at Danville, Va. at second class rates. When to speak and what to say is one of the problems of life that the fool neVer solves. —E. Tenn. Baptist. A boy's finer and better nature can be detected not in the way he treats his sweetheart, but in his respect for his mother and sisters. —E. Tenn. Baptist. One is a very ungrateful wretch who does not thank God daily for what he receives! —E. Tenn. Baptist. The man who whips the devil around the bush is himself following in the footsteps of his satanic majesty.—E. 'lenn. Baptist. A person who circulates lies in order to alienate friends is in good standing and full fellowship with the devil. —E. Tenn. Baptist. The devil is a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1898

Zhc Baptist Tflnfon. DANVILLE. VA., JULY, 1898. REV . T. H. THAMES. D.D. Editor Look at the date after your name on this paper and if you owe us please ■end the amount at once. Two cent postage stamps will be taken in payment. The sociation meets this Association, year Tuesday after the second Sunday in August with the New Prospect church. Our churches should appoint their messengers immediately. Mr. E. R. Waddill, Danville, Va., will furnish, on application, blanks for associational letters. All collections for the Boards should be secured and forwarded at once, so that full reports of work done during the year may be on hand promptly 011 the first day of the meeting. We call attention to com- munication from the committee on entertainment. Let the brethren take due notice and govern themselves accordingly. The additions to The College, the college have be- gun, and the contractors assure us that everything will be completed by the 29th of August, in ample time for the opening of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1898

ÜbeffiapUstTHmon. DANVILLE, VA., JULY, 1898. Woman's Missionary Society Dep'i. Edited by Mrs. Fhank 8. Woodson, Assoeiatlonal Vlce-Prealdent. The Convention. Blanks for quarter ending July 31st, which closes our work for the associational year, have been forwarded the societies, and large returns are hoped for. The Convention, in connection with the Association, meets with New Prospect church August 16th and 17th. The program has already bieen arranged by the executive committee. In appointing alternates, see to it that you secure those who will attend the meeting and will contribute to its success. We wish the meet ng with New Prospect to be the very best an nual meeting recorded in the history of the Convention, and thus a new impetus will be given the cause in that section. Ringgold. "Little Gleaners" is the name of the missionary band organized at Ringgold June 13th, under the leadership of Mrs. W. S. Anderson, with the following officers: President, Price Clark; VicePresident, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 July 1898

University of Virginia, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Session begins 10th September. I'uMou in Academic*! Schools free to Virginians. Kor t'*t*loKUes address P. B. BARRINQER. Chairman. DriP.SAIBTON, Oculist and Optician, 328 MAIN ST. The Degree of Doctor of Refraction conferred by the Chicago College of Optlialmology and Otology, July, 1891. All consultations and examinations of the Eyes Free. My only charge will be for the Glasses used at very moderate prices. Persons suffering from refraction trouble of the eye will receive attention at my optical department free of charge. Special attention given to the examination of children's eyes. YOUR EYES ARE TIRED and you wonder why when you are wearing glasses. You haven't the right kind. Unsuitable glasses are vorse a hundred times than none at all. You need not expect the right kind if you simply buy from those who know no more about the eye than you do. E. P. SANGSTON, D. R. TRAIN# The Baby's EAR. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1898

The Organ of tbe Roanoke Baptist Association VOL 11. Proceedings Roanoke Baptist Association HELD AT New Prospect Church, Pittsylvania Co., Va., August 16th, 17th and 18th, 1898. New Prospect, Hurt, Va. August 16th, 1898. The Roanoke Baptist Association met to-day in its One Hundred and Ninth Annual Session with New Prospect Baptist Church. After devotional exercises, conducted by the Moderator, assisted by T. B. Thames, the Association was called to order. The Clerk called the roll of Churches, and letters were presented by delegates. G. C. Duncan. J. VV. Barrow and W. C. Tate were appointed a committee on credentials. The annual sermon was then preached by C. F. James, from 1. Thess. 4:3. Adjourned to n.eet at 2 o'clock. Afternoon Session. Met at 2 o'clock. Committee on Credentials made report showing a quorum present. Delegates enrolled as follows: Rethlehem— J. H. Oakes, W. C. Barr, S. S. Rodgers, J. M. Clidewell. Casiade—J. C, Thornton, Daniel Overby. Chatham —J. R. Whitehead, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1898

TLhc Baptist Ulnion. DANVILLE, VA., SEP'T, 1898. liOOk at the date after your name on this paper and if you owe ui please •and the amount at once. Two cent postage stainpa will be taken in payment, There is a good deal Building Up t 0 think of in these Others. words of Paul's to the to the Ephesians: 'Let no corrupt speech proceed ont of your mouth, but such as is good for edifying (building up), as the need may be." Paul knew that if christians should use corrupt speech it would break down one another, and not build them up. Hence, he urged them to use such words as were good that they might build each other up. In what ways may we use good words so as to build up others? One way is that of speaking words of comfort to others. I wonder how often we think of the comfort of others. We so often think of our own need of comfort, especially when we are in trouble, and if we can only have .comfort ourselves we are apt to not l>e concerned very much about such a need in others....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1898

fUtatnatt's HUssionartj Union. Anxilinry to the Southern Baptist Convention. President—Mibr Fannie B. Hkck, Record Inn Sec'y—Miss Nki.uk Martikn. Raleigh, N. 0. Baltimore, Md. Corresponding Hec'y—Miss Annir W. Armstrong, Treasurer—Mrs W. c. Lowndes, • Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Mil. CENTRAL COMMITTER WOMAN'S MISSION ".OCIKTIKH OP BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION o>* VIUOINIA. President—Mr«. J. S. Dill. Secretary-Miss Elizabeth Pollard. Treasurer—Mrs. Win. Ellyson. Vicb-Pkksident for Koanoki Association. - Mrs. Frank S. Woodson Woman's Missionary Society Dep t. Edited by Mrs. Frank s. Woodson, Assocla- tlonal Vice-President. Visit of Mrs. Dill. Last month a few of the societies of Roanoke Association had the pleasure of a visit from Mrs. J. S. Dill, President of the State Central Committee. Mount Hermon, Danville, Ringgold, Laurel Groye, Chatham and Mill Creek, were the fortunate societies in securing for themselves this large favor from our State leader. We regret exceedingly t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 September 1898

p R 6ANIZED | S3a ((FIRE & MAR I ME)) liMiiiauuuLiiAi OF RICHMOND, VA. ASSETS, • $750,000 This old Virginia institution issues a short and comprehensive Policy, free of petty restrictions, and liberal in its terms and conditions. rovers Loss by Lightning. WM. H. »'ALMF.It. President. W. H. McCAHTHY. Secretary, Ko. ¥. JOHNSTON, Special A&t. 1)1 HECTORS : R. B. Addison. D. O. Davis, Thomas Potts, \V. Joshua Leake Kd. J. Willis, Wotto Noltiiiß. WRITE TO W. W. WADDILL, At Danvil e, Va , Who is the Agent. Lanier Bros. .. CASH .. Shoeat Store. OPPO. MASONIC TEMPLE, DANVILLE, VA. The Best Goods, The Latest Styles, The Freshest Stock, The Fairest Prices. A CALL SOLICITED, -f + TRAIN # The Baby's EAR. AVK a good Piano in the house. Develop a taste for good music in the children and they will thank you for it later. Get prices from all other firms and we will discount them. We are making a specialty of ®|® a $250 Upright Piano at $l9O during the next 30 days. STANDARD ...

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