Image from page 107 of "Zion's landmark [serial]." (1867)
Title: Zion's landmark [serial].
Subjects: Primitive Baptists
Publisher: Wilson, N.C. : Zion's Landmark Print
Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries
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e Bap-tist Association compiled by Elder J. A.Ashburn. The price Is reduced to 50 cents. I yet have a few copies on nand. Any one desiring a copy can obtain sam«by sending 50 cents in stamps, check, orPostofflce order to James L. Ayers, Stuart,Va. LOW RATES -TO- New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala.and PENSACOLA, FLA. mardIgras FEBUARY 3-8, 19i0Tickets on sale Bubuary 1-2-3-4-5-6-7, 1910 with final limit to reachoriginal starting point not later thanmidnight of Fub. 19. with privilege ofextension to March 7, 1910. ATLANTIC COAST LINEBAILKOAD CO. For information address nearestticket agent or; T. J. Craig, T, C. White, Passenger Traffic Manager.General Passenger Agent.Wilmington, N. C. THE Landmark Office for Up^tOT>atePRINTING INSURANCE that protects your life—not in-come only. Gowans Preparationin the home insures againstpneu-monia, colds, croup, soreness inlungs and throat by destroyinginflammation and congestion.External and penetrating. AllDruggists. $1.00, 50c., 25c. In-sure today.
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ZIONS LANDMARK Published Semi-Monthly at Wilson, N. C. PRIMITIVE OR OLD SCHOOL BAPTIST Vol. XI.ni FEBRUARY 15, 1910 No. 7 n P. D. G< ^p. Editor Wilson, N- C.P. G. LE-f ER, Asso. Floyd, Va. IX - S ^ S1.50 PER YEAR S THEPUKFOSEOFZIOiNSLAiNDMARK S Ask for the oW paths where is the good way.^ By the help of the Lord this paper will contend i<x the andeni^ Landmark, guided by its stakes of Truth, and strengthened fay it»^ cords of Love. ^ ^ It hopes to reject all traditioni and institutions of men, and re-@ gard only the Bible as the standard of Truth. „^ It urges the people to search the scriptures, and obey Jesus, the^ king in the holy hill of Zion, keeping themselves unspotted from^ the world. ^ It aims to contend far the mystery of the faitli in God, the Fath-^ er, Jesus, the Mediator, and the Holy Spirit, the blessed Corafor-I ter. ^ Wh^n a subscriber desires his paper changed he should state^ plainly both the old and new postoffices. When on j wishes his^ paper stopped, let
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