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

FROM THE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH NOTEB. During the month the following new members hava been added to our church roll: Rev. and Mrs. Perry, returned Missionaries from Africa; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jones, Misses Jennia and Elsie Deitrick. We extend amost hearty welcome to these new members. On the fourth Sunday in February the Royal Ambassadors had charge of the morning service, and a great service it was. The auditorium was crowded and the program carried out by the boys was beautiful and inspiring. Teh President, Hugh Keeling presided and gava a very fine introductory address, outlining the work of the chapter and pointing out the need for the training of the young people George Wilson led in a beautiful and touching prayer. One of the features of the service was the music rendared by the boys. Many were melted to tears by the sweet solos, duets and quartetts. The two addpssses were made by Jack Flipflan and Henly DeitricK, on David Livingston. These addresses made a profound impressio...

Publication Title: Baptist Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Baptist Union — 1 March 1913

In War Rev. C. J. D. Parker, New pastor Molfett Memorial Church, Danville, Va. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Schooliield, Va., March 9th, 1913. Whereas, Our beloved Brother and Pastor, Rbv. W. P. Page has deemed It a call of God, to offer his resignation to our church, Resolved, First, That we the members of Schoolfleld Baptist Church bow in humble submission to the Master's Call. He served our church tor two and . a third years, during which time we learned to love him. His disposition to build up his Church to a high standard, was mfet with success, for during his services here it Wa« bis pleasure as well as ours to see the membership very largely increased and the indebtedness of the church paid off, and by his own efforts securing for tba church a magnificent personage. His gentle handshake and undefiled religion will evtor be a blessing to our church and to our community; would that we had more men like him in this great and noble cause. Second, During his pastorate here, his cause w...

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

Southern Railway Company Premier Carrier of The South. In Effect January 19th, 1913. (The following schedules are published only as information and are not guaranteed.) Trains Leave Danville for Washington, D. C. No. 32 —1:58 a. m. The Southern's Southeastern Limited. Through cars between Jacksonville, Augusta, Aiken, Columbia and New York. Dining car. No. 30—3:24 a. rn. Birmingham Special. Through cars between Birmingham, Atlanta and New York, also Richmond. Dining car. No. 10. —5:00 a. m. Local to Washington. No. 44—11 a. m. Day coaches Washington and the Blast. No. 86 —3:06 p. m. United States Fast Mail. Pullman and day cars to Washington and the East. Dining c&r* No. 20 —4:30 p. m. Local Danville to Charlottesville. No. 38 —11:28 p. m. New York, Atlanta, and New Orleans Limited, all Pullman to Washington and the East. Dining car. Trains Leave Danville for the South: No. 31 —12:57 a. m. The Southern's Southeastern Limited. Pullman and day coaches for Asheville, Columb...

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

THE BAPTIST UNION Organ of Roanoke Bapt. Association, "ENDEAVORING TO KEEP THE UNITY OF THE SPIRIT"—Eph. IV:3 Organ of Dan River and Blue Ridge Bapt, Associations VOL. 27. ROANOKE INSTITUTE ,DANVILLE Many who in the last legislature opposed the bill which proposed the establishment of a Unuiversity for Women at or near Charlottesville, did so on the ground that the money available for State school purposes could be more wisely spent in providing longer terms and better equipment for the schools of lower grades They felt that the foundation rather than the pinnacle of the public school system needs attention. With denominational schoools, where primary education is not attempted, the case is somewhat different. In the period between the grammar school and the University is the time for the denominational school to do its work. For our girls we need to foster two classes of schools. First there must be a standard college as good as the best. Second, we must have junior colleges or ins...

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

**************************************************** I TEMPERANCE COLUMN \ £ Con.ribu ed by ROBERTS MEMORIAL W. C.T. U. i * **#* •»•♦»»*#♦.*#*****»»*» »«****»**#********«••»****» Throughout the world there is sorrow in the ranks of the W. C. T. U. on account of the death of our National President, Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens. She was a noble woman, a great organizer, and leader, a worthy successor of Miss Francis Willard. Under her leadership a great campaign for natioal prohibition was launched and much progress made. May her succesor reach our goal, Natioal Prohibition by 1920. In the meantime we may help by making Virginia dry in 1914. Shall we do it? Within the bounds of the Roanoke Association there are only five active Woman's Christian Temperance Unions, but we are depending on the good honest women of each church to help in this work. How can you help ? Prayer meetings, mass meetings, picnics, banners, songs and badges, posters, etc.—all that appeals to head and heart and tends to...

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

Zbc Baptist {Union DANVILLE, VA., APRIL, 1914. REV. J. E. HICKS, D. D. - -Editor E. R. WADDILL - Associate Editor Association Editors: Rev. H. G. Crews, Scottsburg, Va. Rev. J. B. McCabe, Martinsville, Va. Rev. T. R. Sanford, Chatham, Va. ROANOKE INSTITUTE CAMPAIGN The trustees of our splendid school have projected a campaign to raise $17,000. This money is to be used, first, to pay the debt in bank of about $11,500, which must be provided at once, as the bank has called for the loan: Second, to pay for the furnishings of the school, $5,000: Third, to finish equipping the labratory. The Baptist Education Commission has agreed to give the Institute the splendid sum of $5,000 if the rest can be raised. $12,000* must be raised in Danville, in the Roanoke, Dan River and Blue Ridge Associations. Some of the trustees in Danville, and elsewhere, and other individuals have already subscribed $3,500. This leaves only $8,500 to be raised. The campaign will be a quiet and earnest one, and the ...

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

jfrom the Churches FIRST CHURCH NOTES We are glad to welcome into our fellowship, Bro. Yancey L. Warren, He is a splendid man, and will make us a good member. His many friends rejoice to hear that his health is much improved since his return from Hot Springs, Arkansas. A few Sunday nights ago, during the pastor's absence in Georgia, the Royal Ambassadors had charge of the evening service. They "filled the pulpit" very acceptably indeed, and the people were delighted with the program rendered by these splendid and capable boys. The Royal Ambassador-Baraca Social service club of the church is preparing to take a religious census of the city in the next few days. This census will mean much to churches of Danville. The boys have done much real work in getting ready for this big task. Our Church Clerk, Mr. Joseph B. Anderson, has been appointed by Gov. Stuart, one of the three members of a special tax commission, to study the tax question, with a view to reccommending a better system of ...

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

I DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION Scottsburg, Va., April 15, 1914 Eight weary weeks have passed and still I am within the walls of my chamber, scarcely able to walk about the roo.m My sickness, perhaps is of no great interest to the readers of the Union, but this mention will explain the absence of my usual articles. And I want to thank the several score of friends for their repeated visits and many cups of "cold water." Not least for the many letters of condolence, from dear valued friends. A bright ray across the shadow of the sick chamber was the visit of my daughter from Maryland, and her husband, Mr. J. Hassie Allen. Our pastor, R. E. L. Aylor, has a meeting in progress day and night. He is assisted by Rev. W. S. Royal, of Brookneal. Tne weather has been very unfavorable. There has been much sickness, and quite a number of deaths, but our good old doctor has lost but one patient. —H. G. C. Bro. Crews desires to express to his many friends, near and far away, his sincere thanks and genuin...

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

|| BLUE RIDGE ASSOCIATION Rev. J. P. McCABE, Martinsville, Ta., Editor < > 4 »»»»»» »»»» ■/>***? MINISTER'S AND LAYMEN'S MEETING To be held at Sycamore Baptist Church, May 20, 30, 31, 1914. Friday, May 29th. 7:45 P. M.—Organization. 8:00 P. M.—Sermon.... J. P. McCabe Saturday, May 30th 10:00 A. M.—Orphanage... W. L. Naff 10:25 A. M.—Minister's Relief iFund J. C. Carper 10:50 A. M.—Opportunities of Bapt. iin Blue Ridge Asso. .C. E. Kirkwood 11::15 A. M. —Foreign Missions i D. T. Meadows 11:40 A. M.—Home Missions .......... T. P. Mason 1:30 P. M.—Our Blue Ridge Mountain School A. Bryant (For the Baptist Union) CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Memphis, Tenn. Dear Editor: I have been earnestly requested to give to the press some information about the progress of our daily noonday prayer meetings which started January 19th. Those who are interested in prayer, I am sure will be glad to know that we have received some ver yencouraging answers. I give a few of them. {...

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

MRS. M. H. JENNINGS Great gloom was cast over the community when the news of the death of this most excllent lady was received. She died in Roanoke, Va., the 19th of March, 1914, and was buried near her old home at Ringgold, Va. Her funeral was preached at the Ringgold Baptist church, by Rev. J. E. Hicks, D. D., of the First Baptist Church of Danville. The large crowd of sorrowing friends and relatives in attendance, and the many beautiful flowers, attest ed the appreciation she was held in. She was a great friend of the Baptist Union, and at one time was a regular contributor to its columns. We deeply sympathize with her devoted husband, relatives and friends in this irreparable loss, hoping that they may meet her in Heaven, "where no farewell tear is shed." RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Death has entered our little band and taken from among us one of our oldest members, Bro. I. H. Strickland. He was born Nov. 27, 1836. He was 77 years, 2 months, and 10 days old. Bro. Strickland was one o...

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

IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST GOODS IN HARDWARE—FARM MACHINERY, STOVES, VEHICLES, and HARNESS, COME TO SEE US. WE COULD HANDLE CHEAPER GOODS, BUT WE WONT. WE WOULD BUY THEM BETTER, BUT WE CAN'T. QUALITY IS OUR HOBBY. Virginia Hardware & Manufacturing Co. 426 Main Street, DANVILLE, VA. Vehicle House in Rear. Commands Respect:Wins Preference The house of brick commands re- Wfc -d&fL. r~~Af spect and admiration. —-r It is the permanent fire proof home. Tafll It looks substantial and permanent B I —nothing temporary about the ap- f pearance of a brick house. It speaks in no uncertain tone of iKjKiiM I honest materials well put together. | —i — Not a Sham or an imitation of any- lU/cSDtL* JUJirtv II ((."I thing. Made to last. The sun and ■ i l '* \ the rain beat upon it, 1 ut it will stand perfect for many generations to protect the master who lives within. Nothing else has the dignity of Brick. Nothing else has its permanence and Beauty. WHEN YOU BUILD USE BRICK Wats...

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

THE BAPTIST UNION. Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. VOL. 26. VALEDICTORY ADDRESS AT THE ROANOKE INSTITUTE COMMENCEMENT. By Janie Reynolds. The pleasant duty of welcoming you, dear friends, classmates, and teachers, devolve upon my colleagues. Mine is a more difficult task, one frought with sadness, that of bidding you farewell. As we say farewell and turn our faces toward the Orient new we are confronted with the grave question, a question almost colossal to us, "What are we going to do?" I am sure we have all been asked, "What are you going to do when you graduate?" and perhaps Hone of us have been able to answer. That does not mean that we are not ambitious and have not our ideals of life. We are ambitious, and we have our ideals. Let us before we start •on the second mile of which Dr. Skinner spoke Sunday in his . address to us, consider where we are going, and what port we desire to reach in our voyage of life. In other words, ask ourselves the question, "what is our de...

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

THE BAPTIST UNION. DANVILLE, VA., JUNE, 1913 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. Tf you wish a change of postoffice address, always give the name from which as well as 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 ccpy. Subscribers to THE BAPTIST UNION for City delivery will be charged 50 cents for twelve months. Address all letters to THE BAPTIST UNION. f—— Rev. Lincoln McConnell, formerly a Methodist, has been called to the pastorate of Dr. Broughton's Tabernacle church in Atlanta. ...

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

CUwcuUton, REV. J. P. McCABE, Martinsville, Va., Editor MINISTERS AND LAYMENS INSTITUTE OF THE BLUE RIDGE ASSOCIATION, To be held with the True Vine Baptist Church June 27, 28, and 29th, 1933. Program of Exercises Friday 7:30 p. m. Sermon .. F. P. Robertson 8:30 p. m. Organization. Saturday 9:30 a. m. Devotional Exercises .... .... .... ..•• A* Bryant 10:00 a. m. Religious Training in the Home W. A. Gaines 10:30 a. m. Christian Education T. R. Morris 11:00 a. m. Salvation —God's Part L. A. Thomas 11:30 a. m. Salvation —Man's Part W. N. Naff, T. P. Mason 1:30 p. m. Song Service W. E. Shelor, M. E. Martin 2:00 p. m. Christian Citizenship and the Liquor Traffic, J. R. Taylor, ...... ..... .... C. J. Shelton 2:30 p. m. The Laymen's Momement and What it Has Accomplished J. W. Marshall, T. J. Via 3:00 p. m. The Bible and Missions J. W. Wade, B. C. James 3:30 p. m. The Judson Centenial F. P. Robertson, J. Lee Taylor Sunday 10:00 a. m. Devotional Exercises T. P. Mason 10:15 a. m. Song Servi...

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

FINALS AT ROANOKE INSTITUTE. The commencement exercses at Roanoke Institute were more largely attended this year than ever before. The final concerts and art reception show that the work done during the year had been of a very high order. The concerts were among the best ever heard at the college. The Baccalaureate sermon was preached on Sunday, May 25, by Dr. T. C. Skinner, pastor second Baptist church of Richmond, Va. His subject was "Beyond the Curriculum." It was a singularly appropriate and helpful message, and made a deep impression upon the immense audience that had gathered to hear him. No more timely sermon * has been preached before a graduating class of this institution. The closing exercses on Tuesday night were very interesting. Dr. Lawrence Abbott, Pres., of the Outlook Company of New York City, was to have delivered the commencement address, but at last found it impossible to be present. He will make his famous address on "Keats and the Kitchen" in the auditorium of t...

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

FROM THE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH NOTES The pastor preached the commencement sermon for William and Mary College on June 8. A large, cultured and responsive audience filled the chapel despite the rainy weather. It was a delight to speak to these young men in this historic institution, the second oldest in the United States, having begun its career in 1695. In the old Bruton church five presidents have worshiped Washington, Jlefferson, Madison, Monroe and Tyler. The pastor was delightfully entertained in the homte of Prof, and MrsW. C. Clarke. In the absence of the pastor the pulpit was very acceptably supplied by Mrs. William Perry, the returned missionary, and Dr. Hudson, the new Health Officer of the city. Our Sunday School averaged 350 last month, the largest monthly average in the history of the school. A Junior Philathea class has been organized in the Sunday School. Mrs. J. E. Neal is teacher. Two of our young women go abroad this summer. Miss Alice Boatwright and Miss Edith Wadd...

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

DAN RIVER ASSOCIATION REV. H. G. CREWS. Scotttburtf. V*.. Editor. AM I A CHRISTIAN? Perhaps no more serious or important question could be asked. The most important thing in this world is to BE a Christian and, how essential to our safety and happiness is it to know this fact. Can we know we are Christians? I think so. The Scriptures . give us plainly the mark by which we may be sure. A nominal Christian is one who believes in Chrstianity as a divine religion or is one who belongs to a Christian church. A real Christian is a deciple of Christ who has the spirit or mind of Christ. Not every one that "saith unto me Lord, Lord, ♦ * * but he who does the will of God." Some Christians are greatly disquieted, because they say, they do not know that they are real Christians. We have a sure test by which we know we are Christians. The Apostle John says: "We know we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren." Yet you say "we do not know that we really love our fellow Chr...

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

GO FEEL WHAT I HAVE FELT. Go feel what 1 have felt, go bear what I have borne, Sink 'neath the blows a father dealt and the world's proud scorn, Then suffer from year to year, thy sole relief, the scorching tear. To kneel as I have knelt —implore, beseech and pray, Strive the besotted heart to melt, the downward course to stay; Bedashed with bitter curse aside, your prayers burlesqued, your tears defied. To weep as I have wept over a loved father's fall, See every promised blessing swept, youth's sweetness turned to gall, Life's fading flowers strewed o'er the way that brought me up to woman's day. Go to thy mother's side and her crushed bosom cheer, Thine own deep anguish hide, wipe from her cheek the bitter tear. Mark her worn frame and withered brow the gray that streaks her dark hair now. With fading and trembling limb and trace the ruin back to him Whose plighted faith in early youth promised eternal life and truth, But whio forsworn hath yielded up that promise to the cursed c...

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

BOOKS AND MUSIC EVERYTHING IN BOOKB EVERYTHING IN MUBIC EVERYTHING IN PICTURES AT DAD Iff? "D * Q book store r AIxJVuIV O MUSIC STORE 423 MAIN BTREET. E-v-e-r-w-e-a-r Paint Satisfactory. Lasting. Economical This is the very highest quality that can be made. The first cost of coverring satisfactorily the same surface with "EVERWEAR" is very little more than the cost of inferior Paint. The permanent service, satisfaction and last makes a much less cost than most paints. Let ur figure with you for HOUSE, BARN, Roof, FENCE, FLOOR AND ALL PAINTS, VARNISHES, STAINS, ENAMLS. Etc. B. S. MOTLEY A CO. TIE HARDWARE AND MACHINERY FOLKS Danville, Va. I American National Bank, I DANVILLE, VA. I With ample capital and surplus and modern facilities, invites ao- I counts dt Individuals, Firms and Corporations. I 4°|o Interest Paid on Time Deposits. I CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS, $29,000.00. I ASBETB, HALF MILLION DOLLARS I H. O. Ksrns, Pres. J no. B. Anderson, V-Pres. W. H. Barker, Cssh'r. I SPECI...

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

THE BAPTIST UNION. Organ of the Roanoke Baptist Association. " ENDEAVORING TO KEEP THE UNITY OF THE SPIRIT."—Eph. IV:3. Organ of the Dan River and Blue Ridge Baptist Associations VOL. 26. KIND OF MINISTRY NEEDED 18-DAT Kev. E. R. Randleton, Pensacola, Fla- The minister in any age is a pattern man, called upon to walk a somewhat straighter line than his fellows, and, because he is a professor of idealism, subject to keener criticism from all sorts of people. There has been little change since th e world began in these respects. The ages have changed, and the standards for the ministry haVe moved up as the people have advanced in ethics. Chrysostom, writing of "Th/e Priesthood," sets forth this identical reason for his hesitancy in entering upon the sacred calling. This makes the minister's position today as unenviable and uncomfortable as it was then- Chrysostom overcame th e reluctance, however, became the "Golden Mouthed," and brilliantly helped to make early church history. Many o...

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