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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.
CHURCH DIRECTORY OF GREATER NASHVILLE
This Directory is compiled for the benefit of the
nnr A flvortiiompnt- r,mv A riir nnainn
made if submitted to the Nashville Globe Publishing Company
in writing. Telephonic corrections will not be honored
MISSIONARY BAPTIST I
Mt. Olive Baptist Ckorrh Rt. C
, H. Clark. D. D.. pastor. Bunrls Prajrsr
Msatlna;; Sunday Hchuol, i.lt) a. m.;
MrrlMa, 11:00 a. m. and :C0 p. m.;
Communion every 1st Sunday, !: p.
a.; Prayer and Teaehera' nsMtlna;
Tuesday night; Preaching Tburaday
Night. Phil Douglass, Church Clerk.
Maya Imw Hasllat Ckarrk. 111
Kayne Ave. fctuaoar mn :t a. ra.;
services 11:00 a bl and p m.;
prayer meeting Tuesday night; Teach
re' meeting, Friday night Mrs. Wattle
tteamond, Cauron Clerk.
Plrnt BaptUt Cfcareh, Eaat JfaakvUle,
Rev. W. a KUington, Paster. Bon
ner school t:S a. m.; preaching 11:0
a. m. and l:tt p. m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday night; Chelr reheareal
Ttosdar night; TeaeUers" Meeting
na Sana BuMst a.
Wai. Harass, Paater. aaaaay School
CIO a, as.; areaeklng auiir ll:t a.
at and t:(0 p. m. also Tharsdar night
Prayer Meeting Taosday night B. T.
Brown, Ckarok Clerk.
"Jr of Talloy 4 Iwm Unpttnt
Cfcaawe-atn Ave., Math. IUt. . W.
Hawthorne, D. D Paotar. Berrleaa
aaaay 11.01 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.; Hun
day Bokael :f a. .; chair rehearsal
Takeraaele aatint Ckarok 1001
Oleuth St. U. M. Burns, D. D., Pastor,
anday Sctaesl at 1:10; services Sun-da-
11:00 a. Ul. and 8:0 p. m.; Thurs
day l:0 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. :t0 Sunday.
Teachers meeting Wednesday nlcht:
Prayer meeting Tuesday nlgbt; Chelr
rehearsal Friday night Lord's Supper
every 1st (Sunday 1:0(1 p. va. Mrs. A. W.
Marshall, Church Clerk.
Strand BaptUt Stevens St., Corner
Bsluge. Sunday School :10 a. in.;
services 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Sun
days; prayer meeting Tuesday nights;
preaching Thursday nights; commun
ion services every first Sunday. Rev. Q.
B. Taylor, D. D., Pastor; Miss Florence
urnett Superintendent Sunday School.
Vine Glen 2nd Ave.. S. and Nolens,
villa Pike. Sunday School a, m.;
preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Rev.
I. T. Tnnstull, Jr., Paster.
Mt. Neho, N. W. Nashvtlla. Sunday
School 8:30 a, m.; services 11 a. m. and
I. p. m. Sunday; communion services
every first Sunday. Rev. H. A. Alfred,
Pastor; Mr. Rli Cleggett, Superinten
dent Snnday School.
Mt. 7,lon. Jefferson Street, Cor. 11th
Ave., N. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays.
Rev. J. A. Brown, Pastor; Mr. H. Colea
Superintendent Sunday School.
Fairfield. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.;
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays;
communion services every first Sun
day. Rev. J. R. Btatton. Pastor. J. R.
C'aruthera, Superintendent Sunday
North Sixth street. Eaat NaahvlIIe.
ounaay acneoi :so a. m.; servloss 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; Communion
every first Sunday. Rev. Joseph Tun
Rock City. Sunday School t:0;
aervloes IV a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays;
prayer meeting Tuesday nights;
preaching Thursday nights. Rev. A.
w. wiiaen, faator.
Bawklaa St. Sunday Sohool 0:10 a
m.; services 11 a. va. and I D. id. Sun'
days; weekly meetings Wednesday
and Friday; communion services every
flrst Sunday. Rev. J. C. Harding, Pas-
Isute PirllasMw.-Hnd of Nolens
-we nn onnoay school 1:10 a. a.;
pratcmug services n a. m. and 8. o,
m.; Key. F. 8. Swift, Pastor. 1013 Joe John
, Cumberland Valley Baptist Ckareh.
sunaay school l:su a. m nreahlaa
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. Isaac
St. John, Pearl Street. Sunday
8chool 0:30 a. m.; preaching n a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sundays. Rev. Daniel
Antloek 1108 Archer Street. Sun
day School :S0 a. m.; preachlug serv
ices 11 a, m. and 8 p. m Sundays. Rev.
O. W. Davis, Pastor.
Flrat Street Baptist Church. near
First St. Services Sunday 11 a. m.,
I p. m. 1st Sunday; 8 p. ra. Sunday
night S. S. Stubberfleld, Pastor.
First Baptist, Breotwoed. Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; church services 11
a, m. and 8 p. m. No pastor.
Mt. Arm Baptist CharcV Rev. IX
. Bntler, Paator. Bandar School
1:80 a. m.; services 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. O. W. Drake, Supt.
Prajer Meeting Tuesdav night. Preaching
Thursday night. Communion every first
Clifton Ave nne Baptist Church. Rev.
Johnson Graham, Pastor.
Shlloh Baptist Church. Rolling Mill
Hill. Rev. C. C. Roland, Pastor.,.
Tenth Avenne Baptist Church Rev.
H. Hug-gins, Paator. Services Man.
nd I p. mj Sunday School :4I m.
15'..V,f" Baptist Chnrch, Rev. W.
P. Hall, Pastor.
Mt. Bethel, East NashvilleSunday
School 9:30 a. m.; services 11 a. m. an
I'1 m- ounaays; services Tuesday and
Thursday nights. Rev. E. M. Merrett,
tutor; Mr. W. O. Randolph, Superin
tendent Sunday School.
Mt. Calvary, East Nashville Sun
day School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11 a.
m. and 8. p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. No pastor.
. Zion Baptist, East Nashville Sun
aay School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every flrst Sunday. Rev Joseph
Kell. Pastor; Prof." A. A. Bennett, Supt
' Sll Mloslon. Sunday
-oi-uuvi ii ;bu a. m.; preaoning 11 a.
m. and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
rv'css every first Sunday. Rev. Jas.
O. Haynes, Pastor; Mr. H. Clay Mc
Henry, 8upt. Sunday School.
i Weat Nashville. 8un day School 9:80
Tuesday night prayer service Wed
nesday night preaching; communion
eervlces every flrst Sunday. Rev. I. C.
Sherron, Pastor; Mr. Q. H. WilllamB,
Superintendent Sunday School.
Mt. Glltad, g. H1II Street Sunday
.chool 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.
and 8:30 p. -m. Sundays; communion
- services every flrst Sunday. Rev. N. T.
8 toners, Pastor; Mr. F. O. Bachanan.
PllgTlm Emanuel. Sunday School
:v a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 8:80
p. m. Sundays. Mr. J. R. Burt Superin
tendent Sunday School. Rev. A. Phll
. . Roger Williams University Campos.
. -pSunday School 9:80 a. m.: B. T. P. U.
' 7 p. m.; Dr. A. M. Townsend, President;
,Rev. J. R, Evans, Dean. .
, . s
Foster Chapel 103 Lewta Street
.. 'Sunday School 9:80 a. m.; preaching
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. Q.
B. Bolden, Paator.
- (i ' Bass Street. Sunday School 9:30 a.
-jn. preaching services 11 a. m. and
. 3 p. m. Sunday. . Rev. . W, Bauguea,
Fifteenth Avenne Baptist' Chnrrh
r; 409 15th Ave., N. Rev A. W. Porter,
, 'Pa'tor. Sunday School 9:30 a. in.;
rvloes 11a. m. and 7-r0 p. m.: Thurs
. day. night; - prayer meeting Tuesday
-night; Cbolr rehearsal Friday night
Third Avenne Baptist Ckareh 931
3rd Ave., N. Rev. J. U Harding, D. D..
Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a, dl; serv
ices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; B. Y. P. U.
3 p. m.; prayer fneetlag Taesday night;
Choir rehearsal Thursday night
I'leasaat Greea . Baptist Ckareh
Rev. J. & Flelda. B. D., Pastor. Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; servloss 11 a. ra.
and 8 p. m.; prayer meeting Taeaday
night; Teachers meeting and Choir re
hearsal Friday night 7:o. T. tt. iMchu
son, Church Clerk.
MelValry Bin 11th Ave., N. Bmnday
ocnooi i:t; preaoaiag 11 a, m. and 8
p. m. Sundays. Services twloe a week.
Pev. Sam Bryan'. Pastor
St. Luke, Street. Sunday
Sohool 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:80 a. m
and 8 p. m. Sundays. i . .
Bethel PrtnUtlve. Sunday 8ohooi
1:80 a, m.; Preaching services 11:10 a.
m. and 1 p. m. Sunday.
Mi. Mertah 310T Alameda St San
day Bohsel 9:80 a. m.; preaehtng ssrv
iees 11:30 a. m. and 1p.m. Sundays.
Pleasant Valley, EdgehUl taraet
Busdar Scksol 9:30 a. m.; trucking
11:30 a. m. and V p. m. Suadar.
Rsv. W. Wilson, Pastor
The Valted Primitive BaprUt 4tnd
Ave., S. B. Cor. Albion St., N. W. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m.; preachiag 11:30
a. m. and 8 p. tn. Sundays.
West Nashville Sunday Sohool 9:10
a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7:3"
p. m.; prayer meeting Thursday night.
St. F.U Primitive The Blhle Bead
meets every Sunday evening at 8:8
o'clock, taught by Bister yhia Bao
derson. . Every en Is invited te meet
us The Sunday Sehoel opens every
Sunday morning at 9:80. Superinten
dent Rev. B. T. Douglass, Secretary
Cyhla Henderson Preaehl4i services
U:3u a. m and 8 p. m. every Hunaay
morning under the auspices of Elder
A. M. E. ZION
HILLS CHAPEL CHURCH Cor. Lewis and
Short. Sunday School 9 a. m. Preching 11 a. m.
9 D. m.. Sundays. Rev. Z. W. Hi 1, Pustor
Zloa Chnrch Sanday leheel. Hewer
ton Avenue, near Fifth. Banday serv
ices li a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Holy Family- 548 Third Avenue N.,
Sunday services 10:30 a. m. Rev.
Father Plunkett, Priest
Holiness 80S Twelfth Avenue, N.
Sunday services 11:30 a, m. and 7 p.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Elder J. O. Dasent Faster.
Mcflool (Saturday) at 0:41 a. H.S
preaching at 11:11 a. sa.; nrasehlns
services every Sanday evening at!
o'clock, p recced ed hy song servtoo,
(Doctrinal subjects are dleemssed at
this hour); missionary meeting every
fouth Sabbath at 11:18 a. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday evenlnaT at T:4I
followed by chelr practise. All are
Howard Coaarreratloaal Ckarrk.
12th Avenue N. near Cauroh. Scniaes
Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Baa say
School 9:30 a. m.; cornea ualoa every
1st Sunday 11 a. m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday night. Miss Frances Banks,
Church Clerk. T. If. BroomHeld, Pastor.
Ualoa, Flak University Caasseai.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. foilew-
ed by Sunday School, Y. M. C. A. and
C. E. meetings it I i m.; mission
Sunday School 3 p. m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8:40 p. m. J. N. Haskell,
Paator; F. A. McKenste, President;
Rev. G. W. Morrow, Dean; J. T. Falr
St. Mary's Chapel 3013 Twelfth
Avenue, N. Sunday School 9:80 a. m.;
preaching 11 a, m.; Y. P. 8. C. H.. 8
St. Andrews Preshyteriaa Chnrch.
yur. oin avo. ana tay street Rev. 8.
Jackson, Minister. Telephone If. 3838
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.; services 8:80
a. m., 11 a. nx and 9:80 p. m.; prayer
services Thursday 7:80; choir rehsarsnl
Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
Church open dally.
The Chnrch of the Living Ged 834
1th A va a tr wr k
M. . r . b,j hit, ji . a.
Bowen, Pastor. Sunday School 9:39 a.
m., services 11 a. m. and 7:39 . m.:
Thursday 8 p. m.; Willing Workers
Club Tuesday 8 p. m.; Ladles 8. 8. Cla
Thursday 4:30 p. m.; Y. P. P. Club
ounuay p. n9,
Laae Takeraaele Spring Bt Ban
day School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:30
a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth League
meeting at 8:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
every vvcunesuay at s D Clccsu
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. Phillips Chapel t Wharf Ave. Bum-
day School 9:30 a. m.; C. B. League
lift mM ClM" BtlnS Tneaday night;
uiuio viaas Tveaneaaay nigat
Caper. Chapel Church St Prcaoh
lng at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sanday
School 9:80 a. m.: C. B. League 7 p. m.;
Tuesday night, class meeting; Wednes
day I p. m., Bible class.
Chnrch of the Bely Trinity. Xvrlng
Avenue and Sixth Aveaae 8. Tho Rot.
Elmer M. M. Wright Priest la Charge.
Celebratim and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday School 9:80
a. m. Evening Song and 8ermon
p. m. A ohurch with welcome te all.
..Clark Memorial. 308 Franklin St
Sunday School 9:30 a. nx; Sunday serv.
Ices 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Rev. W. R.
Stephens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Orson,
Clerk; Prof. T. B. Hardlnian, J8aperln
tsndent of Sunday School.
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Bradea Chapel. 706 Georgia St Sun
day services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Kev. W. E. Mitchell, Pastor.
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Gordon Chapel. Herman St., noar
near Prospect Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m Rev. J. W. Sattor
field. Pastor. -tor,
Hubbard's ChapeL Trimble 8. W.
Cor. E. Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:10 p. m. Rev. J. P Price, D. D.,
Pastor. Mr. Mayflald, Superintendent
of Sunday School.
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Seay'o .Chapel Green street, oor.
Fairfield. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. D, T. Bursa. D.
. s "(O e
Eleventh ATenae X. , Parch .n
Services 11 a. m, aal 8 p. sa.; laaAa-v
School 9:48. a hf. krayherae, Paster.
Thompson Cnapei. WaMea Cahee
slty Campas. -Sunday Sehsel 9:39 a.
m,; preaching lla,m. prayer services
f p. ra. Sunday: University services o.t
the Meharry Audi tori are oa the second
of Galatians, using for a text,
i. J "Be not deceived for God is not mock-
Reading Public and isieu fort what30ever man soweth,
,iU U i ?..n .aJ Bha11 he als reap. Subject,
Sunday of eaeh month. 11
White, D, U. President
a, m. R.
Lea Avraae Christian Charrh. 709
'-o Avenue, cervices Sunday 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School 9:30
a. m. Toung People's Christian Kadea.
vor Society Sunday evening at T:0 p.
. Prayer meeting Wednesday night'
EiJr Preston Taylor, raster.
Cay Street ChrUtlaa Charek Elder
F. J. Smith, Pastor. Services 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday School 13:80;
Willing Workers Club every Thursday
night; Pastor's Aid Society every Fri
day night a J. Chandler, dork.
Willow Street 8. Hill, a W. Corner
First Avenue. Sunday services 1:80 n.
Chnreh of ChrUt Charlotte and
46th Avenue North. ,
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Bethel. 10th Avenue a. BunJ.v
serviaes 11 t. n. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; Christian Eadsavor
meeting 7 p. m.; class, and prayer
meeting Thursday night Rev. 8, J.
Trisity A. R. K.. Sundav School 9:30.
Services 11:00 a. m. and Bp. m. Ktv. L. owell.
Kbeneser, Stone's HIver Tarapihe
Sunday servlcee li m anan m
Sanday Sohool 9:30 a. m.i Christian
Urndeavor 7 p. m.; olass meeting Taes
day night; prayer meeting Thursday
night Ksv. H. a. Stanford, mats.
St. Luke, First Street, W. Nashville.
Sunday aervluaa 11 a m m.nA m'
Sunday School 9:3o a. 'tn.; Christian i
re"pri P" m" ' Jam" K- ChlIJ'
' "lor- ...
Salem Cor. 4th Avenue, North and
nucnanan at bunoay services 11 a.
CrV'Sn ,BC' I
meeting Thursday nl?ht; pr'aver meet-i
lng Tuesday night Rev. A, Wkltwerth,
Scofel Street 171G Scovcl street.
Sunday services 11:30 a. ra. and 8 p.
m.; Sunday School 9:30 a. m.; Christian
Endeavor 7 p. m.; class meeting Thurs
day night. Kev. W. A. Anderson, Pas
tor. c c
Paynes Chapel Cor. 7th and Win
ter Sta. Sunday serviaes 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; Sunday School 9:80 a. ra.;
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.; class meet
ing Thursday night; prayer meeting
Tuesday night Rev. J. R. Johnson,
D. D., Paster.
St James, Mooretcwn, Sunday serv
ices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; Christian Endeavor
1p.m. Rev. O. L. Jaekeen, Pastor,
St John Ckareh Cerner 8th Ave..
N. and Cedar Street Rev. J. X. Smith,
rastor. suadar School 9:30 a. as.;
preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. sa.; A. C.
a. League 7 p. m.; class meeting Tues
day evening 8 p. m.
St. Pan! Chnrch Cor. 4 th Ave., 8.
and Franklin 8t Rev. H. L. P. Jenos,
Paater. Sunday Sehoel :10 a. m.;
servkMs U a. to. and 7:80 p. m.; A. a
B. League 8:30 p. m.; Trustee Beard
1st Monday night; Steward Board
every Friday . night; class meeting
xnurssay nignt; stewardess meeting
every Tuesday 3 P. m.; choir rehearsal
St. Phillips, Mt Nebe (Texas).
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.;
Sunday School 9:30 a. nr.; Christian
Endeavor 7 p. m.; class meeting Thurs
day night Rev. M. L. Spears, Pastor.
St. Peter A. M. E. Ckareh 4 miles
on the White Creek Pike. Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a.
m.; Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.;
preaching 8 p. m. Rev. James L. Mar
Flat Mock. Sunday services 11
m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School 9:30
m.; cIims meeting Friday night
GALEDA CLASS NO. 30 OF PLEAS
ANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Galeda Class of Pleasant Green
Is still thriving. Each member seems
to have the Galeda spirit and to know
just what the word '"Galeda" means.
Our monthly meetings are quite in
teresting and very appropriate. Pro
grams are rendered at each meeting.
At our next meeting the election of
offcers will take place for the ensu
ing year. Some time ago the Meto
kas and Galedas entertained in a con
test, the class raising the largest
amount of money for the quarter was
to be entertained by the defeated
class. The fortunate class was to be
served in royal style to a menu ot
chicken salad, ice cream, etc., while
the defeated ones will be served
beans. Sunday was the closing of
the contest and the Metokas won by
having $1.17 more than the Galedas
for the quarter. The Galedas are still
In fine spirits ilth the consolation
that we gave the Metokas a fast race.
We will entertain them Sunday even
ing, Jan. 14 at the residence of our
teacher, Mr. S. H. Johnson, 1000 21st
Avenue, North, from 3 to 6 o'clock.
CHARLOTTE PIKE BAPTIST
Please allow space for a few words
from tho Charlotte Pike Baptist
Church. We .were entertained Dec.
31, by Rev. W. A. T. Miles, who chose
for his text, Matt. 22:4, "All things
are ready now," from which he
preached a soul-stirring sermon and
left our hungry souls satisfied. On the
tollowinig night wo epjoyed Jwaltch'
XMAS CANITATA AT HILL'S TAB
ERINAOLE PRH'M1TTIV!E BAPTIST
iDecember 29, 191C was a crowning
success, Old 'Santa Oaus and hjs son
did not gorget anybody. The pro
ceedings for the night were 11.25.
Sister Johnnie Parks, 'Mgr.
The Epistle. Eph. 8:1.
The Gospel. St. Matt. 21.
Morning, "Worthy is the Lamb."
Evening, "Helps and Hindrances to
the Christian Life."
FAIRFIELD . BAPTIST CHURCH.
December 31, 1916.
Sunday school good collection, 78
cents. We were blessed with the
honor of having with ub Professor
Reynolds, St. Paul A. M. E. Church.
He taught Class No. one, made some
timely remarks that were enjoyed by
all that heard him. The lesson of
the last quartetr was yevdewed Iby
Rev. A. ID. English. After ' Sunday
school was over at 11 o'clock, Rev.
A. D. English preached a wonderful
sermon using for a text, Gen. 40:14.
which reads as follows: Shew kino.
ness I pray thee unto me, and make
mention of me unto Pharoah." Sulb
Ject, "Benevolence. He preached one
J of the most wonderful sermons that
, has, been heard in Kalrfiuld Baptist
j Church for some time. At ni'ht, Rev.
R. Stratton preached from the Oth
"What Is the Harvest?'
. The debate that was held at Pair
field Baptist Cltyrcji rYidaj nif-'ht.
j December 27, 1916 was grand. The
Subject "What department of the
(church does more in making up of!
i srreat characters for the church to be
sent out into the world to do worki
for God the pulpit or Sundav school?" I
The debators for the Sunday school
as affirmative was as follows: Rev.
R. C. Frierson of the Fairfield Baptist
Church Captain, Bro. Richard Frye,,
Rev. B. W. Williams. Those for the
pulpit as the negative were as fol
lows; Rev. G. D. Bass of the Fairfield
Baptist Chuch, captain, Bro. B. J.
Pointer of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church, Pr W. R. .Morton from Clark
Memorial M. B. Church. The Judges:
J- B. Ridley of the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, reporter, Bro. George Drew
of the Fairfield Baptist Church, Rev.
Douglas of the First Baptist Church,
The decision was as follows: Rev.
J. B. Ridley as reporter for the jud
ges making his statement Baid, foi
the Sunday school. Rev. B. W. Wil
i Hams 3 points. Bro. Richard
lost all points because he said he was
not an attendant of the Sunday
school. Rev. R. C. Frierson of the
Fairfield Baptist Church last to ap
pear for the Sunday school. Rev.
Frierson's talk was so pointed until
the judges deckled it was unneces
sary to recall all points made by him.
For the pulpit. Rev. B. J. Pointer,
made no points. Dr. W. R. Morton
lost all points because he said he
was not a preacher and was not fit
for one and said the pulpit made him
i Last t0 "PPeai- for the pulpit. Rev.
;G. D. Bass of the Fairfield Baptist
i Church made no points. So the Sun-
day school won the debate on 5
Points to nothing. Prof. J. R. Caruth
ers, superintendent of the Fah 'U'W
Baptist Sunday school and Chairman
. ,,. .,,.,
Ul lilt; lll'UUll.
Rev. J. R. Stratton, Pastor. j
PAYNE CHAPEL NOTES. j
Mr. Editor: Please allow me to
say to the many readers of your coIj
umns that the last week In 191B was",
indeed a "Red Letter" week in Payne
i-napei a. m. E. Church.
On Thursday night we installed
and unveiled our new Peluebet pipe
organ, iwhich gave a freshness, tone
and inspiration to the church and
the members of dear old Payne.
Sunday the 31st, was indeed a
high day In our beloved Zion. Our
pastor, Rev. L. James Johnson, B. D.,
D. D., seemed to have been translated
and was walking with the Master at
11 o'clock when ha broke to a crowd
ed house the news of Salvation. Many
were tne amens and shouts that went
up to the hill of the Lord. Sunday
night marked another great time.
The choir rendered a well prepared
program of a jubilee concert, which
every one enjoyed to the highest,
President Moppins and his splendid
choir received many compliments
ana words of encouragement.
Certainly, Doctor Johnson knows
just what to do to inspire his people.
Being an orator of no mean ability,
a great financier, a scholarly gentle
man and a Christian minister of high
moral standing, the church must suc
ceed under his leadership. The long
er he stays with us, the more the
church and people think of him. Come
out next Sunday at 11 o'clock and
hear him. Subject, "Mhat Have I
Miss M. J. Keys of Mayfield, Ky
will arrive In the city "this week to
begin for Doctor Johnson a series of
meetings from next Sunday night the
7th inst, to which all are Invited and
NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE.
The Negro Business League held
an interesting meeting Monday night
ft their headquarters, U. B. F. Hall,
Fourth Avenue. 'Many- matters of
importance came up for considera
tion, the following committee was
appointed to draft resolutions to car
ry before the legislature for the
abolishment of Magistrate offices in
this and other cities of the state.
They have proved to be a menace to
the working Negro. The League at
an early date will establish two new
departments to be known as the Le
gal Aid Bureau, and a law and legis
lation. The last mentioned will have
charge of matters that pertain to the
Negro getting a square deal in the
courts instead of being railroaded to
the prisons and workhouse camps
ior the want of proper legal talent
Said department will nt aid their
race In vice and crime, but will
come to their rescue in helping tho
unfortunate get out of trouble, such
as divorce cases which should be
remedied among the colored race of
this city. The divorce Proctor Law
must help the Negro men and wom
en settle their differences without
going to the Courts and having their
home affairs aired to the world. It
many cases same has been detrimen
tal to both parties In the case. The
League wishes to remedy thils evil
Among colored people of this city.
THE VIOLET THAT WILL
I once was a bud ot a promising
That ever peeped out of the gloom;
I would, have been calied a violet
But that violet can never bloom.
I long for the life that should be
That won't come this side of the
For fate spoke out loud and bold,
That's a flower I'll never let Mbom.
Oh, how I long to end my sad lot,
As I have already read my doom;
My body Is but a frightful wreck.
How can this violet, bloom? '
Those walls seem ad those ot a prl
These walls of this hated room
Seem to be pressing down upon me;
God knows why the violet won't
Oh, violet, cease thy longing,
While yet in the presence of gloom
Maybe God in His mercy
Will give thee one more chance to
bloom, ' ' ,
' J. Rosegrant Ma.vberry, Jr,
WsT. - : ("Bra,
F. J. MYLES, A. U., C. P. A.
The above is the likeness of Frank
James Myles who will tae his M. A.
degree In English and Homiletics at
F. J. MYLES HONORED IN THE
F. J. Myles, the undisputed cham
pion of the world and scholar of rare
literary attainments after having
digested four subjects at Oskaloosa
College was conferred the degree of
A. B. from that institution.
These are some of the remark
which president Burton of Oskaloosa
"F. J. Myles, regardless of his pro
fession seemed to have made men of
all ages, all climes, all races and a
creeds, his teachers. He has learned
to use his time to a purpose, Is broad,
liberal and progressive and is not
afraid of Ideas. He sees as his prize
a cultured mind towards which he
daily moves, and guided by the idea
of better things. He is never Idle,
for ha reflects. Ho is never alone
j for the world's best men and women
are his constant companions,
i O ;;iloosa College is located in Iowa
and one of tho leailing institution'? in
jtl-e North. To this date.OV. J. Myles
is the only Negro who holds an A. B.
I f om that institution.
CORDONSVILLE AND DICK
Christmas was if happy day with
the clmvh members of both the
Methodist and C. P. Churches. Xmas
services were held In the Methodist
rhTirch at C o'clock in the morning.
The pastor conducted the service. It
vaa a spiritual feast. The Itev. m.
Neal Is on the job as a pastor. At
I p. ni., the members of the Metho
dist church, led by tb" v-vtor, visit
ed (he C. P. Church '5'7. ,TJ-;
Rev. Stanley preached an '
1 ble sor-
mon. After the sermon a collection
of S4.00 was taken. After which
Elder J. L. R. Whitted, with the
Sunday School Committee, served
dinner with many good things for
all. jAt night all returned to the
Methodist church for services. The
tree was nicely decorated and many
valuable presents were presented to
the many friends. On Tuesday night
the Christmas services were held at
Dick Town Methodist Church. The
church was filled by white and color
ed; the tree was laden with many ntyne
presents. Superintendent, Clarence
Bridges, with tlig assistance of Miss
Elvla M. Whitley, conducted the
exercise. Mr. Lee Whitley made a
few remarks. Our pastor, Rev. Wm.
Neal, was present and spoke very
highly of the way everything was
carried out. A nice collection was
laised for missions. Every colored
friend should subscribe flor tha
Globe and read it. It will inspire
every reader to got some one else to
subscribe for it.
Christmas was very pleasant at the
Dick Town M. E. Church. On Friday
night the ladies a avo a box enter
tainment which result was a nice
sum of money. The following
ladies prepared boxes which sold a
you will see: Mrs. Win. Neal's box
fold for 75e; Miss Lucile Whitley's
box sold fur $1.50; Mis Flosia
gin's box sold for $1.50; Miss Florsia
Whitley's box sold for 70c; Ml-s Cora
l ee Whitley's box sold for GOc; Miss
E's:a M. Whitley s box sold for 60c;
Miss Lonnie Klrkado's box sold for
tn cents; Mrs. Jennie Whlt'ey's box
sold for .ri5c; Mr. Lee Whitley's box
sold for 40 cents. And they raised
at the collection $1.S0. Total raised,
Sunday, December Illst, services were
$9.01, which they presented to the
pastor for a i nristmas present. On
held at the Dick Town M. E. Church
Ihe pastor preached an able sermon
from 101 Psalms, a part of the 2nd
verse: "I will behave myself wisely
in a perfect way." He used as a
theme, Perfection to he striven for.
At night the pastor held awtch ser
vice at Gordonsville, at Seward
Chapel M. E. Church, which was a
spiritual feast to all who were pres
ent The pastor urged the people to
subscribe at once for the Globe and
Southwestern Christian, Advocate. He
plead with them to take these papers
and read them. Mr. Gilbert Figgins
Is very sick, not expected to live.
We are praying for him. His niece
is here from Nashville. Mrs. Linnie
Pembton and his brother, Logan
Flggin from Illinois are here. The
church is praying for this our friend.
Our pastor does not forget to look
after the sick members and friends.
Miss Lydia Bridge made a flying
trip from Nashville !o visit her peo
ple. She returned home Sunday eve
ning. We wish the members who
belong to Dick Town M. E. Church
who live in Nashville, would corre
spond with their church and pastor.
Keep up your policy. i
NEGRO JrUBLIC LIBRARY.
Hours 2 to 9 p. m. Dally. Sunday!
2 to 8 p. m. Closed on Wednesdays.
Books do not circulate on Sundays.
Story Hour Emancipation. Story
Hour, Miss Wooison of Fisk Univer
sity will give readings from Paul
Lawrence Dunbar to the Young Peo
ple's Division. Miss Fushia Miller
will read the Emancipation Procla
mation. Miss Fannie Grimes will tell
the story of the Life of Booker T.
Washington. These young ladies are
Forward Quest girls. Short stories
in the lives of Dunbar, Dubois, Crisp
Attucks, Tanner and Fred Douglass.
Bring and encourage your children to
come out and hear Negro stories
about their heroes and heroines.
Little Madge Berry will recite
iNew Year Resolve to uso the Ll-
brary more often in 1917, you who
have used it. You who have never
come Resolve to register and use
the Library. Its knowledge and the
use of it that is power. Be up-to-date
in your line of business.
Prof. Caruthers of Fiaii University
brought a class down last week to do
The prettiest wedding of the sea
son was that of Mr. Ernest Hoard
and Mrs. Idella Clark, December 25.
l'JIC, at the Bethlehem Baptist
Church. The bride is of this city
aud was the widow of Mr. Clark who
met his death in an accident by the
explosion of some kegs of powder
three or four years aj;o. Mrs Clark
i3 an excellent church worker and
member of the above mentioned
church. She- was dressed in white
silk beautifully trimmed with white
ail-over lace and white silk ribbon.
The groom is from Haley Station
where he has a good bu.-iness. The
ushers and bridesmaids were from
Cowan, Tenn. Rev. Craft, the lieid
missionary of the Baptist church,
solemnized the marriage. Kev. Craft
v. us accompanied here by his wife,
the two ushers and maids of Cowan.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Janie Lightluot. The wedding
was previously announced by Mrs.
W. M. Miller, sister of Mrs. Clark.
The church at 7 o'clock, the hour of
marriage, was crowded to its capaci
ty. The bride received many beau
fill presents. They will reside at the
home of the groom, Haley Station.
Dr. F. C. Greer, student of Meharry,
Nashville, spent the holidays with
relatives and friends here in Se
quatchio Valley and from here he
went to Chattanooga to visit friends
bo fore returning for tho second term
of Meharry. Miss Lueile Sanderson
spent the holidays with relatives in
Stevenson, Ala. Miss Mary D.
Greene of Lynchburg, is attending
school here and is rooming with her
cousin, Mrs. J. D. Martin. Dr. C. H.
Lightfoot, student of Mebarry Nash
ville Tenn. spent the Christmas
j holidays -"here wn.ii relatives and
t'riends. Mr. and Mrs. wilkersou
and their two small daughters of
Victoria spent one of the Christmas
holidays with their relatives. Dr.
M. L. Springs and mother Mrs. A.
Springs. Mrs. Donie Bate3 of Tulla
homa was the guest of her daughter
Mrs. Minnie Roberson, during the
holidays. Mr. Will Swayne and fami
ly have moved from South Pittsburg
to Orme, Tenn. Mr. C. Swayne was
home from the East during the
holidays for the first time in eight
years. Mrs. Beulah Bonds and little
son of Georgia also came to spend
re-union at the home of their moth
a few days and to be in ihe family
er, Mis. Sallie Swayne. Miss Annie
Stapler, student at Roger Williams,
spent the Christmas holidays with
l.er parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stap
ler, liss Carrie Wilson of Limrock,
ma., was tin: guesL oi uei uunt'c.
Mrs. Gertrude Douglass, recently.
J ncre were many receptions anu
entertainments given by the good
people of South Pittsburg during
the holidays for tho enjoyment of
visitors, friends and neighbors.
Among those who entertained were
the following: Dr. and Mrs. W. J.
Astranp, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kinley, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Gen.
Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Giu Hight, Mesdnmcs
1 ena Henry and Ruby Armstrong.
Dr. M. L. Springs and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. Luke Maxwell, Mr. and
Mr3. J. J. McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Wool
en. Miss Annie Maxwell was Home
from Chattanoosra during the holi
days, the guest of her father, Mr.
Luke Maxwell. She went from here
to Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Wooten had several visitors in their
home during tho holidays. Among
whom were three &on- and their
wives. Mr. and Mr. Sank Robinson
were pleasantly aurrr'.sed diifing
the Christmas by one of her brothers
Mr. Rankin of Cottoupiant. Ark
and nnolber brother, Mr. Rankins of
Shcpard, Tenn., paying them a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. llobnson had as
their guest during the holidays two
of his cousins from out west. The
stork visited the home of Mrs. Sally
Swayne during the holidays and left
a new boy with her daughter, Mrs.
Bessie Johnson who is here from
Pueblo, Colo., and is spending the
winter months with her mother.
Mrs. Gertrude Douglass spent a part
of the holidays in Limrock, Ala., with
relatives. Mr. Goel Reese of Rock
wood, Tenn., spent a few of the
holirays with his sister. Mrs. J. D.
Martin and family. Mrs. M. E. Oli
ver of Chattanooga, was the guest of
her daughter. Mrs. W. J. Astrapp,
during the holidays. At the residence
of the bride the marriage of Mr.
Sam Greer and Miss Georgia Bains
was solemnized December 27th,
1916, Rev. F. A. Hatcher officiating.
Mrs. Dora Brunson was in Chatta
nooga shopping recently. Rev. W.
S. Hight of Chattanooga visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hight
during the holidays. Rev. Hight al
so preached for Rev. Hatcher at the
M. E. Church Sunday and seemed at
his best and every one present en
joyed his discourse. Mrs. M. Milton
of Whitwell, Tenn., was the guest
of Mr. and! Mrs. Jno. Oliver last
week. Mr. and Mrs. G. Laster of
Chattanooga, and Mrs. Lula Robinson
of Jasper, Tenn., were here on the
27th In spite of the very inclemency
of the weather to witness the marri
age of their brother. Mr. Sam Greer.
Prof. Jno. Greer has returned from
Chattanooga where he spent a part
of the Christmas holidays. Ho was
accompanied home by one of hla
cousins, Prof. Hlckson. Miss Nona
Scragg of Huntsviue, Ala.., was
here last week the guest of Mr., and
Mrs. Geo. GalneB. Messrs. Eugene
and Eddie Robinson spent the Christ-
"Segregation and Jim Orowisiii
Bars Jesus in America"
' Yes, Jesus Was a Negro by Blood'
When H comes to judge the world His hair
will be woolly and not straight. WEBB'S famous
picture, 12x16, in colors, of Jesus as a black man,
and book proves by the Bible. Send 60c or six
dimes (no stamps) for both plctuie and book, or
3'ic for either of them. Address:
Elder Jas.M. Webb
or Phone Douglass 1569
Mlcticws CATARRH of
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fetich capsule betrn h
name fyj JS.
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S-itil hr nil (tnirrUt..
: System of
Thorough and scientific.
Personal lessons to a class of
four or more ladies in any
town or city.
lessons also sent by Moil.
Wanted Atf.-nts to handle:
ankin' Hair Grower
ankint Beauty Cream
ankins Skin Bleach
Send for beginner's outfit
including full instructions for
scalp cleaning and massag
ing, rice $1.50.
MME. 0. J. RANKIN
380 N. 27th Street
E. ST. LOUIS, ILL.
STRAIGHT HAIR, jjjjf.
HAIR DRESSING. NEW DioCOVEnv-
N0T STICKY OR C'J.MMV.
Just aii.lv a little Herolln to your hair anil
seal and all your nancy, course, stubborn, kin
ky, hair made straluhl, smooln, silky, glossy.
HEROLIVt HAIR DRESSING
masts your hair grow long and beautiful
Mooting dandruff, and llcblng of the scalp and
faMng hair at onto. Don't use hot Irons. Aboly
Send 25c stamm or coln-Dfor a big can of HfK
Olivt. Money back If Herollne deesn'l sallfy you.
HI ROIM MEDICINE CO.. Atlanta, Ca.
AGENTS WANTED ?m
mas holidays in Sholbyvjlle, Tenn,
Mrs. II. Horton and Mrs. H. Clay of
Richard City, Tenn., visited in our
vicinity recently. Mrs. Pinder Jones
of Richard City, with her daughters,
Miss Geneva and Mrs. A. Crutcher
of Sievenson, Ala., and her little eon
and daughter visited tho church here
IN CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tennessee, Office and
Master Chancery Court, Nashville:
December the sixteenth, 1916. Ifarrietc
Wilson Complainant vs. Morgan E.
Roop, Trustee et al Defendant.
It appearing in from affldivit filed in
this cause that the Defendant. Les
lie Wilson and W. H. Cooper, Tpv-tee
are non-residents ot the Sta'e of
Tennessee, and cannot be served with
the ordinary process of law.
It is therefore oredred that said
Defendants enter their appearance
herein on the fourth Monday in Janu
ary next (1917), it being January 12,
1917, and a rule day of said Court,
and plead, answer or demur to Com
plainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them ana
set for hearing ex parte, and that a
copy of this order be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Nash
Robert Vaughn, Clerk and Master.
(By T. J. Bailey, Deputy Clerk and
O. F. Anderson, Solicitor for Com
plainant December 22, 29, Jan. 5, 12.
Wm. Andrew White Kirkpatrick,
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident or the state
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law canont be served upon
her; It Is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter her appearance here
in at the February term of the Davi
son County Circuit Court, to he holden
at the Court House In Nashville, Ten
nessee, on the 1st Monday in Febru
ary, it being a rule day of this Court,
and defend, or said complainant's
bill will be taken for confessed at to
her and set for hearing ex parte. It
is therefore ordered that a copy of
this order be published for four weeks
in succession in the Nashville Globe
a newspaper published in Nashville.
Wl B. Clark, Clerk.
A. M. Hitt, D. C.
G. F. Anderson, Solicitor tor Complainant