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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1917
CHURCH DIRECTORY OF GREATER NASHVILLE
This Directory is compiled for the benefit of the
not Advertisement per se. Any correction will be cheerfully
made if submitted to the Nashville Globe Publishing Company
in writing. Telephonic corrections will not be honored
Ui. OHt Baatiat Ckink-JU. C.
)X Clark. D. D., Paator. SuartM Prayar
iHUi! Sunday Bckaol, :! a. m.,
-a-rtaa, 11 : a. m. aa l:M p. m.;
tvaamaalon vary 1st Boadajr, l:lt p.
rraycr aaa Taataarr aaMtina;
aadUr Blarht: Praacblna- Thurad
Ulfht Phil Douclaaa, Church Clark.
Iinh Baatlat ChBMk 11T
-r At. Bvater tohoai $:U a. m.:
"rvfeaa Ua a. av aaa !: a. am.
yr BMtlBa- Tnaadar alxht; Taaaa
--. W B. Blllwrta. Paatr. -
fcaol l:S( a. a.; arMwhia Il:t
: am.; arajrar aaMttaar,
We4Ma4ay Blfht: Chair riluanal
JJj- "ra. raatar. Iaaar Seai
V. ft. at Bh aaa .1. ITk-uI.. i -
Uy a TalUr-fc imu Bal.t
th Ava aVatitk.
a. am.; Mr nki
VataaWeBaWBlai ael a laelaa tm. .
ac :iu; ssrylcas Ban-
: p. .; Thnr
J- : p. bl; B. Y. P. U. I ll Baaday
ffeaahars- meeting Wednesday night;
TV1!? Tuesday night; Chair
I"" ftday alght Lord's Bupper
Marshall, ehareh Clerk.
Seeead liaft, Qt.... c. n
... BiSiay" SchVol : r m..
errlces 11 a. m. and l:lt( p. m. Sun
aaya; prayer meMlng Tuday nlrhta:
?reaening Thursday nights: coramun-
T""18" every nTst Sunday. Rot. G.
T:lor' D- O.. Pastor; Miss Florence
aaraett. Saperlntendent Suaday-Sohool.
bie Glen. 2nl A a j wi.
'Ule Pike. Sunday Scbool :Vt a. m.;
aresklna 11 a. m .n,i u t
J. T. TsastBll, Jr., Pastar.
Bit. Web. N. W araah.lll. ex
: a. m.; services 11 a. m. and
. p. nm. Sunday; communion services
jrery first Banday. Rev. a A. Alfred.
Waaler; Mr. Bll Cleggett, 8uperlnten
eea-t Baaday School.
U Mt riaaj Jefferson Street, Car. 11th
"m. Sunday School 9:3 a, m.;
f K?""W!;",a 11 na s p. m. Sundays.
eT. j. A. Brown, Pastor; Mr. H. Coles,
uvriuienaeni sunaay school.
falrleld, Sundav Rehnnl nun m
ervloes 11 a. m. anil R n m RnnA.v.-
u communion services every first Sun-
mj. mt. j. n. Huttton, Pastor. J. K.
Caruthers, Superintendent Sunday
North Sixth Street, Bast NaahTtlle
Sunday School :0 a. m.: sarvfnaa 11
a. m. and 8 D. m. SundavB! rammunlnn
every first Sunday. Rev. Joseph Tun
1 atoll. Pastor.
sUek City Suiifity School t:i0;
servlcei 11 a. m. antfj p. m. Bundays;
rayer meeting: Tussday nrghts;
preaching Thursdr 1 nights. Rev. A.
W. Wilson. Pastor. , !
llamklna St Sunlay Rchool I :la a.
m.f services 11am. and I p. m. Sun-"-)(:
weekly meetings Wednesday
and Friday; communion services every
llrst; Sunday. Rev. J. C. Harding, Pas
tor; i M. sneJleld.
revideaee. ICnil it vui.
vflj Plka. Sunday School :St a. m.;
riacning services 11 a. m. and 8. p.
, HeV.iF. B. fiwlft. TllStOr. 10IS Job John
Camberland Volley Baptist Church.
Sunday School 8:o a. m.; preaahlng
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. Isaac
VI The St. John Baptist Church,
a Fean street between Uth and 12th
if avenues. Sunday school at 9:3(1.
m Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 n. m.
H Covenant meeting every first Su-
Prayer meeting every Tuesday
Teachers' meeting, Wednesday
Preaching every Thursday night
Bro. A. Brown, Superintendent
Bro. J. A. Turner, Clerk
. llo Archer Street. Bun-
day Sohool 1:10 a. m.; preaehlag serr
I? 11 a. m. and I p. m. Sundays. Rev.
O. W. Davis, Pastor.
" e a a
-.""'ft,. 8treet " Chareh near
first St Services Sunday U a. ra.,
"v."!; sndy: P. m. Sunday
alght S., S. Stubberfield, Paator.
Pi rat Baatlat. nnih,A g,,n4
i Bchool :I0 a. m.: church rlr li
la. m. and I p. m. No pastor.
Arre Baptlat Chavely Rev. D.
. Butler. Paatar. Snai,. a.k
11:10 a. m.i services 11 a. m. and 7:0
l. m. O. w. Drake. Sunt.
Prayer Meetlne Tnmutnv nihi h.onnuinn
' Thuredav n'eht rommnninn iro
Cllftoa Annnit nniiH t.
Johnson Oraham, Pastor.
ihlloh Baptlat Chnrch-Rolllna; Mill
Hill. Rev. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
Tenth Avenue Baptlat Church Rev
H. Hngglna, Pastor. Sanrlses 11 a, n.
and p. m.; Sunday Behool 0:41 a. m.
Mt. .View Baptlat Ctanrch. Rev. W
r. Ball, Pastor.
Mt. Bethel, Raat Nashville. Sundav
Sohool 9:80 a. to.; services 11 a. m. and
Tl Thursday nights. Rev. E. M. Merrett
pastor; Mr. W. O. Randolph, Superin
tendent Sunday School. '
Mt. Calvnry, East Nashville. Sun
day School 9:30 a. mt; preaching U a
m. and 8. p. m. Snndays; communion
services every first Sunday. No pastor.
Xlon Baptist, East Nashville. Sun
day School 9:30 a. m.; preaching; 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev Joseph
Kell. Pastor; Prof. A. A. Bennett, Supt
. ' see
Free Silver Plan Mission Sunday
Bchool at 9:30 a. m.; preaching: 11 a.
m. and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev. Jns.
C. Haynes, Pastor; Mr. H. Clay Mc
Henry,, Supt. Sunday School.
West Nashville. Sunday School 9:80
a. m.; preaching' 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Tuesday night prayer servlcei,. Wed
nesday night preachtr.fr; communion
. services every first Sunday. Rev. I. C.
Bherron. Pastor: Mr. O. H. Williams.
, Superintendent Sunday School.
? Mt. Gllead, S. Bill Street Sunday
f School 9:30 a. m.; praachlng 11 a. m.
S and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
"t services every first Sunday. Rsv. N. T.
Etoners, Pastor; Mr. F. O. BuohaBan.
Pllirrlm Emannel Sunday School
9:10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. ajid 8:30
p. m. Sundays. Mr. J. H. Burt Superin
tendent Sunday School. Rev. A. Phil
',, a a
Roger Williams University Campna.
j Sunday School' 9:80 a. m.; B. T. P. U.
. 7 p. m.; Dr. A. M. Townaend, President;
Rer. J. R. Evans, Dean.
''4 ' -; ' - '
Faater Ckaal. 181 LawU Straet
Sunday Bchool :I0 a. m.; preaching
services 11 a., tn. and t p. m. Rev. O.
B. Bolden, Pastor.
Baas Street. Sunday Bchool l:It a,
m. preaching services 11 a, m. and
I p. m. Sundays. Ray. W. Baafuaa,
Ktrteeatfc ATeaae Baptlat Char-
40 Hth Aya.. N. Rar A. W. Partar,
Paator. Sunday School 1:10 a. m.i
serrloes 11 a. m. and 7:I p. m.; Thurs
day night: prayer meeting: Tuesday
nlc-ht: Cbolr rehearsal Friday night.
Third tttin Baptlat Chare. III
ird Aye.. N. Rav. J. L. Harding, D. D.,
Pastor. Sunday Bchool 1:1 a, m.; senr.
caa ii a. m. aaa p. tn.; a. x. r. u.
I p. m.; Prayar naatlag Taasday alht;
Choir rahaaraal Thursday night
Plaaaaat Oreea Baatlat Ctmk
Rav. j. c. Plaids, a D.i Paatar. Baaday
School 9:10 a. m.; serylees 11 a. m.
and ( p. m.; prayer maatlag Taaaday
night: Teachers meeting and Chair
bsaraal PYlday night t.'IO. X. . Lxtitt.r
eon, t,-nuren uiara.
MeNalry Bin 18th Ave., N. Baaday
Bcbaal 9:80; preaching 11 a. m. aad 8
p. ra. Snadays. Services twlee a week.
Rev. Sam Bryant, Pastor
Bt. Luke, Street. Sunday
Sohool 9:80 a. m.; preaching 11:89 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sundaya.
e e e
Bethel Primitive. Sunday Scheal
9:8t a. m.; Preaehlag services 11:19 a,
as. aid 3 P. m. Suaday.
e a a
art. Merlak-J197 Alameda 8t Baa
day Soheal 9:39 a. m.; preaehlag aerv
leas 11:39 a. ta. and 8 p. m. Sundays.
Pleeaant Valley, EdsefcUTr (treat-
Bunday sohool 9:89 a. aa.; preaehia
11:30 a. nm. aad 8 p. m. Baaday.
Rev. W. Wilson, Pastor
The United Primitive Baptist. 4!nd
Ave., S. E. Cnr. Albion St., K. W. flun
day school 9:30 a. m.; preachlnrr 11:30
a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sundays.
West NnahTllle. Sunday Cahool t
A. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7-36
p. m ; prayer meeting Thursday night.
St. ISII Primitive. The Bible Bard
meets every Sunday eveeUag at t t
o'clock, taught by Sister Brhl Baa
darson. Every ana Is lavlted to nmeet
us The Suaday Beheel apeaa every
Sundav mornlne- at 9:1. eaaerlataa
dent Rev. 8. f. Doaglaaa. Saeretary
Syhta Haadarson Preaehlag aenrleee
11:30 a. sol and 8 p. m. every Baaday
morning under the auspices ef Blder
A. M. E. ZION
HILLS CHAPEL CHURCH Cor. Lewis and
Short. Sunday School 9 a. m. Pre ching II a. m.
9 0. m.. Su-idayi. Rev. Z. W. HI 1, Pastor.
Zlea Chmreh Saaday Sehael. Hwwar
ton Aveaua, near Fifth. Baaday1 sarv
ices 11 a. m. aad 7:89 p. m.
Holy Family. 648 Third Avenue N
Sunday services 199 a. m. Rev.
Father Plunkett, Priest.
BellaeatL (08 Twelfth Aveaue, N.
Sunday services 11:89 a. m. and 7 P.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Elder J. O. Dasent, Pastor. BabhaU
nan ooi (Saturday) at 9:41 a. i
preaching at 11:18 a. am.: nraaahlac
services every Baaday ovealig at 8
o'elock, proceeded by seag err Ice,
(Doctrinal subjects are dleeaeeed at
tnia nour); missionary meetlag every
routn sabbath at 11:11 a. at.; prayer
meeting Wednesday evening- at 7:41
followed by cbolr prastlea. All are
Hewaril Conerea-alloaal Cnarea.
12th Avenue N. near Church. Services
SundajKll a. m. and t p. bv; Baaday
School :S0 a. m.; eomaaualoa every
1st Sunday 11 a. m.; prayer meatlac
Wednesday night. Ittse Frances Banks,
Church Clark. T. at Broemield, Paster.
Calea. risk TJalveraltT Ci
Preaching- services at 11 a. m. foiiew-
ed by Sunday School, T. 1L C. A. aad
C. E. meetings at I a. m.; aotoslea
Sunday School 1 p. m.; prayer masting
Wednesday at 1:40 p. m. J. N. Haakeit,
Pastor; V. A. UcKenale, Praaidamt;
Rev. G. W. Uorrow, Dean; J. T. Talr
i a a a
St Mary's Ckapel. 1011 Twsirth
Avenue, N. Sunday Sob eel t:IS a. en.;
preaching- 11 a. m.; T. P. B. C. a,
p. ra. .
St Andrews Preakyteaaaa fkaiesi
Cor. 8th Ave. and Gay street Rev. B.
Jackson, Minister. Telephone M, lilt.
Sunday School t:tt a. m.; aarvlaea :10
a. m., 11 a. to. and 1:10 p. bl; prayer
services Thursday 7:10; choir rehearsal
Tuesday and Saturday evealnga.
Church open dally. l
The Choreh ef the Living- '. 114
Ith Ave., S. (C. W. F. FjRev W. B.
Bo wen, Pastor. 8unday Sohoel l:l a.
m.; services 11 a. m. and 7:10 l.'n.;
Thursday S p. m.; Willing Werkera
Club Tuesday I p, m.; iJtdles B. 8. CI at)
Thursday 4:S0 p. m.j Y. P. P. Club
Sunday 4:10 p. m. (
Laae Taaeraaele-SorlBg St Baa
day School 0:10 a. m.; preaeklng 11:14
a. m. and 8 p. ra. Bpworth League
meeting at (:80 p. m.; prayer meeting
every Wednesday at I o'cleek.
Pkllllpa Chapel I Wharf Ave. Sua
day School 0:10 a. m.; C. B. LeaaTae
7 p. m.; Class meeting Tuesday alght;
Bible Claas Wednesday night
Capers Chapel. Chureh St Praaeh
Ing at 11 a. ra. and I p. tn.; Suaday
School 1:80 a. ra.; C. E. League 7 p. m.;
Tuesday night, class meetlag; Wedaes
day I p. m., Bible elasa.
Chnreh ef the Bely Trinity. Swing
Avenue and Sixth Avenue 8. The Rev.
Elmer M. M. Wright, Prig la Charge.
Celebratlm and Holy lA harlat and
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sundae Beheel 0:80
a. m. Evening Song an-. Sermon
p. m. A church with welcome te alL
..Clark Memorial. 808 Franklin St.
Sunday School 0:30 a. in.; Sunday serv.
ices 11 a. tn. ana 7:30 p. ra. Kev. w. K.
Stephens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Oreea,
Clerk; Prof. T. B. Hardistan, Bnperla
tendent of Sunday ScheeL
Brndea Chapel. 705 Georgia St. Sun
day services 11 a. m. and 7:10 -p. m.
Kev. W. E. Mitchell, Pastor.
Cordon Chapel. Herman St., near
near Prospect. Sunday services 11 a.
rn. and 7:3 p. m. Rev. J. W. Satter
fleld. Pastor. . . , ,
Hnbbnrd'a Chapel. Trimble W.
Cor, B. Hill, Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:10 n. m. Rev. J. P Price. t. D.,
Paster. ' Mr. MayfieloX Superintendent
of Sunday Bcneel.
Reading Public and is
aya Caal Qreea a treat, oar.
Palrdeld. Baaday aarrlaas 11 a. am.
aad T:lt p. am. Ray. D. T. Barak, D.
Eteyeaith Anall M. I. ftjsmaj
Barvloaa 11 a. a. aad I p. aa.: ay
Behool 141. E t Btrayhoraa, Paaaav.
Taaaaaee ffcajaL WiMh rjaer
slty Camaaa-Ouaday Bahaal t.l a.
m.; preaehlac 11 a. nm.; prayer service
e e e
T p. m. SmTaday; TJnlTerslty eerrlees at
the lfaharry Aadltorlaam en the second
"naday at aaah saaath, 11 a, am. Ray.
White, IX IX, Praaldaat
e e e
Lea AveaaS Chrtatlaa Charekv 7l
Lea ATeaae. Baryleaa Saaday 11 a.
m. and I p. l Baaday Bahaal l:lt
a. m. Tanas Peeple's Chrlstlaa Bads,
var Saoiaty Baaday eTealag at 1:M p.
iu. r-rayer meetiaa weaaeaas. aia-at.
re-iBldr PrUB Taylar, pata.
way arreet l nrunaa marehv nder
r. J. Hsatta. raster. Servleee 11 a. as.
aad 8 p. m.; Baaday School 13:39;
wining w era-era cms every Thursday
night; Pastor's Aid Beelety every Fri
day night. B. J. Chandler, Clerk,
e a a
Willow Street . Hill. 8. W. Corner
First Avenue. Saaday services 7:8 p.
Chorea f Chrlal Charlotte and
ICth Avenue North. ,
AFRIUN METHOWST EPISCOPAL
BeMwl, 10th Avenue S. Baaday
servlses 11 a. am. aad 8 p. am.; Baaday
School 9:39 a. m.; Christian Endeavor
meeting 7 p. m.; olass. and prayer
meeting Thureday night Rev. 8. J.
T rial!,- A. I. K.. Sundav School 9:30.
ber.icei 11:00 a. m. and 8p.m. Rev. L. Powell,
Etteaeser, Stone's River Turnpike.-
Sunday tervloes 11 a. m. aad 8 p. ).;
Suaday Behool 9:30 a. m.; Christian
rendeavor 7 p. m.: olass raestlng T-ues-
f'v.Blht: d;" ""it'ng Tharsday,
night. Rev. H. a. SUsfora, raater.
a a 1
St. Luke, First Street, W. Nashville.
Sunday servlses 11 a. m. and p. ni;
Sunday School .S0 a. m.; Christian
Endeavor 7 p. m. Rev. James K. Child
Salem. Cor. 4tli Avenue, North and
Buchanan St Sunday ssrvlces 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m.: Sunday School !: a.
m.; Christian Endeavor 7 p. to.; claas
meeting Thursday nlKht; prayer meet-
inn- lueaaay nia-ni. Key. A. WaltwertB,
Srovel Street-1715 Scovel street.
Sunday services 11: JO a. m. and I p.
m.: Sunday Sohool l:to a. m.; Christian
Kndeavor 7 p. m.; class meetlns; Thurs
day night. Rev. W. A. Anderson, Pas
Tayaea Caaael. Cor. 7th and Win
ter Sts; Sunday servlses 11 a. ra. and
S P. m.t Sunday Scheol l:to a. rn
Christian Bndeaver 7 p. m.; class meet
inn Thursday nlrbt; prayer meeting
Taaaday alrht Rev. t. R. iehssea.
D. D., Paster.
St. James, Hoeretewa. Sunday serv
ices 11 i. ra. and I p. m.; Sunday
School 1:10 a. m.; Christian Endeavor
7 p. m. Rev. O. U Jaekaea, Pastor.
St. Jeha Charek. Cerner Ith Ave..
N. and Cedar Street Rev. J. K. Bmlth.
Paator. Sunday Bekeel :! a. as.;
rreachlna; 11 a. m. and t p. m.; A. C.
Bt. Leaa-ue 7 p. m.; class meeting; Tues
day evening I p. m.
St. Paul Charea. Cor. 4th Ave., 8.
and Franklin St. Rev. H. U P. Janes.
Paster. Sunday School :l a. m.;
Rerrtees 11 l m and 7:n p. ra.; A. O.
HI I.eag-iie l:SB p. m.: Trustee Board
very Friday Tlrht: "el."" b,.Um
Thursday, nlght; Stewardess raeetlnir
every Tuesday I p. m.; choir rehearsal
m m m
St. rhllllns, m. Kebe. (Texas).
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday School J:S0 a. nr.; Christian
Rndeavor 7 p. m.: class meeting Thurs
day 'night Rev. M. L Bpears, Paster.
St. Peter A. M. E. Church. 4 miles
on the White Creek Pike. Sunday
School 9:80 a. m.; preaching 11:80 a.
m.; Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.;
preaching 8 p. m. Rev. James L. Mer
Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 8 p. in.; Sunday School 8:30 a
m.; class meeting Friday night.
MT. NEBO BAPTIST
The Mt. Nebo Baptist Sunday
School is advancing rapidly and from
all indication? will in ' the near fu
ture be a Front Line Sunday School.
In spite of the inclement weather
more than one hundred- were pres
ent at the usual time.
The Galeda organized Bible class
with Miss Elizabeth Hamilton aa
their ellicient teacher, still holds the
Banner, and under such a leader suc
cess is sure. '
The Metoka Class under the leader
ship of Mr. A. L. Thomas is also
doing a great work.
The young men's Bible class re
cently organized and taught by the
pastor is growing each Sunday.
At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon the
officers of the Sunday school will he
installed. Very appropriate exer
cises are to be rendered. On Mon
day night at eight o'clock the Gale
da class will render a musical and
literary program. The public is cor
OFFICERS OF B. Y. P. V.
mt. Olive Baptist Church.
President, J. C. Maddux.
Vice President, A. J. BeM.
Secretary, Marie Price.
Assistant Secretary, Myrtle Biddix.
Corresponding Secretary, Samuel
Treasurer. Mrs: Gennlo Patterson.
Chorister, Mr. Wm. Cheers.
Assistant Chorister, Mr. Drake.
Librarians, James aftd Thomas
Organist, Mrs. Lula Orr.
Reporters, Frank Bosworth and G.
Teacher, Mr. D. R. Washington.
Assistant Teacher, Rev. A. Sloan.
Solicitors. Mts. Henrietta. Polk,
Mrs. Johnetta Fanroy, Mrs. Elnora
Towson, Mrs. Allen Sloan.
Executive Committee:, Chairman,
Mrs. Mary Bell, Mm. C. H. Dunson,
Vrs. G. W. Patton, Mrs. Johnetta
Fanroy. Mrs'. Elnora Towson, . Mrs.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST SUNDAY
The school was called to order by
"rtlne superintendent. G. P. Baker.
The several teachers took charge of
their classes. The audience as a large number in attendance, desnite
whole enjoyed the review as handle the Inclemency of the weather Sum
by Bev. J.'t. Patton. The public i day evening there was a large num
at all times invited to attend with i ber In attendance, the evening serv
OT. I Ices were opened with acting- pastor,
(The Baker Concert to ' to be Hev. Radford, reading the-first book
olt at an early date and already
tbere la a general enthusiasm being
demonstrated over the coming event
B. Y. P. U. SOCIETY.
The B. Y. P. U. was called to or
der by President J. C Maddux. The
attendance was unusually large. The
lesson was taught by Wm. CCbeerb.
A number of Important questions
bearing on the lesson were asked by
various persons In attendance. After
the regular program Dr. Williams,
of Louisville, Ky., greeted us with
many timely remarks. The speaker
is fully able to Impart ample food
for thought and many cheers went
up in acknowledgement of his time
ly advice to the young folks. Dr.
Williams will on next Sunday, Feb.
4, address the B. Y. P. U. and it U
hoped that a large audience will
hear him. Come and bring your
friend. Solos will be sung by Rev.
A. Sloan and Chorister W. C. Cheers.
F AIRFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school good. Present 43. col
lection, 73 cents. Today's topic was
discussed by Rev. R. C. Frierson, and
he certainly did showhow. why and
for what cause Christ defended or
acter in defense of us, of his father,
and his work, and today was our de
cision day and the denomination
showed on the part of the sinner part
of our school was good and it caused
tears, from many eyes and too, we
felt that we might he blessed with
the conversion of little Miss Mary
McGregory. She was deeply con
victed and left the Sunday school in
tears, and the many thincs said by
Rev. J. R. Statton, the pastor and too,
Mr. Geo. Logue a sinner gentle
man showed that he desired to he
saved, and his wife on next Sunday.
Sister Percilla Oogue, a teacher of
class No. 3 will discuss the topic
which reads, "The Great Teacher."
After School, Rev. X R. Statton
entered the pulpit at 11 o'clock,. usinq
for a text Matt, 7:24-2G. subject
"The Wise and Foolish Builder' was callc,i home last week to the bort
and preached a wonderful sermon sl(l0 o li3 Bjsteri Miss Hattie Mae,
and stirred the church. Lou who read , wl0 ,va3 caiie(j from ai,nr tn re.
this note pray for our success. We
ftre blessed with the pastorate of a
fine youns man in the person of Rev.
.T. R. Statton, and we believe we have
in him one of the best pastors injmnmi las jlist cOSed out his ureat
Nashville and A rhristian sentleman. i raliy wj,icIl proved to be a succpss.
At 7 p. m., Prof. 7. Y. D. Isaac or-, Mr- P, n Duf was raiea to .lohn
sanized in our Church the B. Y. P-igon Citv last week to be present at
U. The ofHcers that filled the dif-j tie i,e(1 sl.je of lis brother. Mr. Ren
ferent positions were: Rev. J. R- Duff, who is ouit ill. Mr. W. M.
Caruthers,, President. Rev. R. C.
F.'ierson, Vice President, Miss Lucile
Christmon, Secretary, Miss Lavertn
Goodloe, Assistant Secretary, Miss E.
D. Farris, Corresponding Secretary,
Mrs. Lucile Williams, Chorister, Rev.
W. C. Mathews, Treasurer.
We Had the pleasure of enjoying;
a fine sermon preached hy Dr. W. S.
Ellington at p. m.. using for a I
subject, "My Father's House a House
of Prayer." Oh what a masterly ser
mon he did preach. We had with us
Sunday morning Rev. J. C. Crosby, the
District Missionary, at night Rev. J.
R. Statton preached another grand
sermon. On Thursday night, Feb.
1st. Bro. J. R. Caruthers will preach
for Rev. James Boyd, West Nashville.
Rev. G. D. Bass, one of our young
preachers, preached at Olive Branch,
Sunday, .Tan 28. Ho used for a sub
ject, Confidence in God. Fairfield
Baptist Church, Collection, $13.75.
Fairfield Baptist Church.
Sunday school pood, Feb. 4th, 1fll7.
The topic for today was discussed by
teacher of No. .'!. Sister Percilla
Logue, and the way she discussed
fiat topic was wonderful. The topic
"The Great Teacher." At 1.1 o'clock
Rev. J. R. Statton preached, we did
not have much service Sunday night
We will take the LorcVs supper the
second Sunday night Feb. 11th.
have a good many sick now in the
persons of Sister Cora Douglas. Sister
Maggie Ellis, and in the Sunday
school and Sister Susie Goodloe and
a good many others whom we trust
will be up and out again in a short
time. Tiro. Henry MaloneVas in the
city Sunday and visited the Fairfield
Baptist Church where he was a Dea
con for a long time he is now living
in New York. He was here on the ac
count of the Burial of his sister.
Rev. W. C. Matthews and Rev.
J. R. Caruthers visited Rev. C. C.
Follers' church where they both per
tlcipated in the 11 o'clock services
and listen to Rev. Rollen preach a
grand sermon from John 19:10.
Rev. J. R. Statton, Pastor.
Rev. J. R. Caruthers, Supt
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
Sunday will be reopening day of
the main auditorium of the First
Baptist Church, East Nashville. The
carpenters, painters and electricians
have finished their work and the
church is now ready for service.
"The Temple Beautiful" will be the
subject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's
discourse Sunday morning. There
will be ..special preaching services at
3:00 p. in. and 8:00 p. m. The
Pastor's Aid Club. Ladies' Drill
Corp, the Dorcas Aid and Young
People's Progressive Club will bo in
charge all day. Large and enthusi
astic congregations a.re expected at
all of these services.
GALEDA CLASS OF FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galeda Class, No. 2, met last
Wednesday night at the residence of
Miss Annie Gillespie. 500 ISth Ave
nue, N. Owing to the inclemency of
the weather only about thirteen mem
bers were present. The class was
called to order hy the president, after
the opening the lesson wa3 tattght
by the teacher, Rev. A. W. Porter.
The members all took an active part
in the discussion of the lesson. After
the roll call and quotation and dues
the class went into the social' part of
the meeting, the hostess, serving a
very tempting two course menu. Two
new members joined. Each one en
joyed themselves to the highest.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH,
PEARL STREET, BETWEEN
11TH AND 12TH AVENUES.
Sunday scliool promptly at 9:.10 a.
n;. The Sunday school was opened
promptly on time by the Superinten
dent with prayer and singing
after which the school went through
their routine of business. The lesson
was reviewed ten minutes by the
superintendent, Bro. J. A. Turner.
Remarks by Bro." Woodards, Rev.
I Womack, Rev. Butler,
There- was a
of Matthew through the 17 verses,
then Rev. Womack; of Chattanooga
was Introduced to the cuurch whoi
took for his text, Matt. 13:43, which
was as follows: ."Then Bha'l the
righteous shine forth as the sun in
the kingdom of their father, who hath
ears, let him hear." He delivered a
strong sermon oa the precious jewel
which had reference of the Heavenly
kingdom and also on the bread and
his shed blood. Visitors always wel
come. Bro. J. A, Turner Superinten
dent of Sunday School.
EXERCISES THIRD SUNDAY.
A GOOD PROGRAMME.
A. & I. State Normal Third Sun
day exercises will be held February
ISth at 3:30 p. m. The address will
be delivered hy Dr. W. F. Tillet.
Dean of the Theological Department
of Vanderbilt University. Procession
al, "Onward Chosen People," revised
version of "Onward Christian Sol
diers," by Patten. Anthem, "Listen
to the Lnmbs," by R. Nathaniel Dett,
Director of Music Department of
Music Department ot Hampto.i In
stitute. The Offertory will Je sun?
by Mr. A. G. Price.
The Quarterly Meeting planned by
the W. C. T. U., Phyllis Wheatley
Club and the Fireside School will be
held In Kayne Avenue Baptist Church,
Rev. E. M. Lawrence, pastor, on Feb.
12th at 8 p. m., Monday.
An exercise called "An Evening at
Home with the Firesldo School Fam
ily" will be given. Rev. M. W. Gil
bert, pastor of First Baptist Church,
Eighth Avenue, and Prof. T. B. Hat
diman, Superintendent of Clark Me
morial Sunday school will speak on
the "Religious Education of the
Young." Every one is invited to at
tend this meeting.
GRACE M. EATON,
Secretary of Parents Meeting Com.
Mr. Ifenrv Clenilnnnn of Nashville
v,.ard Tne funeral was attended by
Rev. Richmond of the A. M. K.I
Plinrrh. Miss Hlendpnon was n lnvnl
member to her church. Rev. Rich-
Estell was injurded while handlinu 1
lumber. Miss Eliza Derrick and!
rs jjeu Hunter spent last week
visitine in Alabama Born to Mr. and I
Mrs. J. H. Holoman, a line nn,
mother and daughter are doing tine.
Mr. O. O. Clendenen of Nashville was
here to attend the funeral of his
sister. Mr. Clendenen has many
friends here who are always glad to
see him. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smartt
are the happy parents of a fine baby
girl. For the best colored paper in
the country always call for the Nash
ville Globe. Miss Mary Lou Moore
will spend next week visiting friends
in the city of Mulberry. Dr. W. M.
llelv is much improved at this writ
ing. DEATH OF BISHOP ALEXANDER
New York, N. Y., Feb. 1st. Death
claimed Bishop Alexander Walters of!s",,lh all(1 tlie lia1'
the African Methodist Episcopal Zion
Church today. Bishop Walters had
been confined to the St. Luke Hospi
tal us a result of an operation, and
died at his home in New York. Hope
was held out until the laat. Sot or
rangeirient3 will be made for hU fun
eral. Lending bishops and church
men of his connection, with scores of
j llIunt(irIea of other' denominations
iwu ,,e iu attendance at the funeral
LEST YOU FRGET.
The Parent-Teachers' Association
of. Knowles School will meet Friday
evening, February 23, and is expect
ing a large membership present.
Please bear in mind that any one
who has children in Knowles School
is a member of the association wheth
er you have ever attended or not, and
we would be very glad to see you at
this meeting and have the secretary
enroll your name. There was some
mistake on the part of our reporter
announcing Miss Jordan as secretary
instead of Miss Eugene B. Crosth
wait. Miss Crosthwait is one of the
popular teachers of Knowles School.
We are going to discuss a subject
that will interest members of all
the associations, as it is rather
broad and would like to have as
many present, as possible. We are
going to have a gra'nd program
which will he announced later. Come
one and all. No dues, no collection.
Just your presence we desire. Come
at 2 o'clock and you will oblige
M. L. Landers, President.
Dr. R. S. White, Principal.
BOARD OF TRADE
The Board of Trade held an enthu
siastic meeting at its headquarters
Tuesday night, and among the impor
tant matters discussed waB a pro
posed hill that If enacted into lav
will automatically close the State
Normul School, it was claimed. The
P.ard brought the matter to the at
tention of the Committee on Law
and Legislation and these gentlenlen
will undertake to influence leglsla
t n against the passage ol the new
The Board of Trade also took steps
locking toward having Batavla and
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth ave
nues put in better conditions. The
Civic Improvement Committee will
have this wotR in charge and will
also seek to have the street cat
lines extended' to Roger William i
Univers'ty. Stalls Normal School
and in "other sections where it is
. thev are greatly needed.
Hearty endorsement was given the
Y. M. C. A. movement and the Board
of Trade will give full co-oreratinn
"th Chairman H. A. Boyd of the Y.
M. C. A. Committee of Management
in nutting over the Duncan project.
Resolution to tihs effect were unan
Pre-; Alfred Lawless. Jr. of New
Or'enns and Rev. W. IT. Kingslev o'
Talladega College, were prom'nent
vlpttors at the Board of Trade meet
ing, and wero called upon for od
rireesea Tb$i were in the city of
the interest of the schools ef t"o
Amerlcnn Missionary Awocrlatfou
"d hp.w a meeting at Fisk Udiver-
sitv Wednesday night.
The meeting of the Board o."
Trade Tuesday night was very Iarge
lv attended and 37 new men ouali
fled- for- membership. The foltowlns
standing committees were appointed
f or th year by President A. N.
Entertainment: J. H. Hale, T. Clay
Moore, Hadley Fite, O. O. Clendenen,
F. G. Smith, Jr., W. D. Boger, Hum
phrey Bowling, Major Peterson.
By-Laws and Constitution: J.' B.
Singleton, D. Wellington Berry, J. C.
Caldwell, J."A, Napier, A. W. Staraes
I. L. Moore, Dr. Andrew Johnson.
Law and Legislation: W. D. Haw
kins, James Bumpas, R. L. Mayfleld,
J. P. Rhlnes, W. H. Young, J. W.
Membership: F. A. Stewart. M. V.
Boutte, J L. Leach, W. H. Shackle
lord, Lee Groomes, J. T. Phillips, J.
J. Lay, II. C. Miller, R. L. Richard
son, Roy E. Erwin.
Real Estate: H. L. Fite, T. Clay
Moore. K A. Garrett, William Cope
land, E. W. White. J. R. Browns, H.
Robertson, Isaiah Smith, Jr.
Advertising: E. T. Brown, Fred J.
Ewing, W. H. Shackleford, C. P. Lay,
Louis Cox, D. Wellington Berry.
Charity and Arbitration: P. F. Mo
bray, J. W. Childress, D. W, Crutch
er, J. C. Caldwell, I. L. Moore, H.
L. P. Jones. Phillip Thompson, S.
Convention: A. W. Fite. H. A. Al
ford, W. J. Hale, V. V. Banks, Geo.
W. Phillip.s, Ben H. January, Fred
J. Ewing. R. C. Martin, A. T. Cooper,
G. A. Gary.
Education: J. B. Batte, F. G.
Smith, Sr., E. V. D. Isaac, G. E.
Haynes, W. J. Hale. T. M. Brumflebl,
L. James Johnson.
Civic Improvement: G. E. Haynesd
P. F. Mobray, J. P. Porter, E. T.
Brown, P. H. Bond. D. W. Crutcher,
J. H. Green, Lee Pennington.
Sanitation: G. II. Bandy, S. H.
Johnson. J. II. Hale, J. L. Leach,
George W. Mavberry, i.ee Parker,
W. B. Reed, F. A. Stewait, Dr. J. A.
Auditing: I. T. Bryant, M. V.
Boutte. F. A. Stewart. G. E. llavnes
J. B. Batte
MRS. MATTIK K. CKK IWSSKS.
'Mrs. Mattie K. fire, who had been
ill for more than twelve months, diel
I'el'ii'iiry till. She was a member
of .TaeUson Slrcot Christ i:in Church
rnd died in full triumph of faith.
Mrs. Coo lowered hit:li in the est'ma-
tion of ber frionds. We slmll miss'
her nerviccal'le lin'. chperful spirit
and hai)y soul, but heuven has gain
ed its own. Slio loaves n beloved
mother, two sistrs. tlnee lirotlicrs
al"l a host of friends tn mourn their
loss.. The film nil was attended by
Hev. Smallen ol .lacUson Strop
t'hristSaii Churcb. and Itev. Burrows
TWO SOUTHKllX'S NEW TOPO
GRAPHIC MAP OF THE PIKD
MOXT SCHOOL SECTION OF
A new tclegraphlcal nmp U being
distributed by the Southoru Rail
way System. This map embraces the
area from Washington to Atlanta,
and to the Florida state line, cover-!
ing the states or Virginia, North C;i-;
loiiim. South Carolina, Eastern Ten- j
nessee and Georgia. The map is ge-i
t-graphlcally correct and is designed j
primarily to show the Washington-
Ailanta line along the eastern slope!
of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which !
is being developed into the great I
double track Mghway between the!
Tliese maps lire usam.iiuuy cu;ureii
and will make an attractive oriiu-1
nient to any office. The Pabanger i
I .'.apartment of the Southern Railway j
Svstom is prefaring to make a gen-i
oral distribution of this may to those
who are interested in the South.
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this means of thanking
the many friends and members of
Mt. Olive Baptist, Church for the
kindness shown us during the illness
and death of our husband and father
and also for the many beautiful floral
Mr3. T. J. Lewis,
Dr. .1. Eldrldge Hurt,
Mr. Leon B. Hurt,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. Wray.
ACADEMY OF MEDICINE HOLDS
The Rock City Academy of Medi
cine and Surgery met last Monday
night at the Carnegie Library on
Hynes St. and 12th Ave. There was
a good attendance and a most inter
esting program vtis carried out with
Dr. J. A. Lester, president in the
i The following delegates were elect
ed to represent the Academy at the
Tri-State meeting in May: Drs. A.
O. McNorton, C. O. Hadley. C. A.
Waddell and J. A. Napier. The Asso
ciation TviU convene in Memphis.
. .Dr. J. A. McMillian has just re
turned from various points in Texas,
where he went to visit relatives and
incidentally to "speed up" the sub
scribers to the Meharry Endowment
Fund. Dr. C. V. Reman recently re
turned from Louisville, where he de
livered the Emancipation address be
fore the N. A. A. C. P. Both were
called upon and gave interesting
"sidelights" of their trips.
A committee was appointed to re
vise the constitution consisting of
Drs. C V. Roman, J. T. Phillips, W.
E A. Ford. G. H- Bandy. 0. O. Had
ley, C. A. Waddell and II. C. Miller.
The Academy held a very enthusi
astic public meeting at Pleasant val
ley Baptist Church last Sunday even
ing and a packed house enjoyed a
most instructive proeram executed
by the local doctors. Dr. J. A. T ester
is infusing new life in the Academy
and its influence for social betterment
is being felt in every nook nnd cor
ner of this city. Dr. G. M. Ker-drick
is the secretary and is giving most
valuable service in this capaticy.
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To the Nasnviiie uioue. iiuaunno,
Lear Editor: Please allow tpace
in your most exi-ellent Paper for a
ew words from the Harrison Street
r.o.rvtiat Church ths city which is
ling pastored by Rev. . L. Ivory,
D D. In the January meeting it
fotnid that in our iirnual report
the church and Sunday school bad
raise-1 during the year 1010 a total
of $5,5J 1.20 which ninoim has leen
paid out for genrttl indebtedness of
the church. We have on band a ba
nnco of S45. The pastor has worked
hard and suecee'led 'n getting $12:.
from the whye citizens for one
-q'l'-. The pastor donated in person
tno. which the gnod members d
nnTrfi"late. The white c mens
cnr citv join In with us when w
cav we have a God-sent man, fttr ho
has proven himself to be a Christian
"entleman and a. great, financier.
Therefore we commend him to you.
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and reliable balls with rich,
dear aaJfar -reaching tones
at vary low prices. Their
satisfactory perfermaaoe and dura
bility is backed by the makers' guaran
tee and by our reputation ef handling
only the best on the market.
Get our discounts and be convinced
of the real value offered.
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NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
C H. B3YD, D. D.. Secretary,
i! Second Ave.J., Nashville, Tenn.
3TRAinUT UftID YOUR
u i iiniuii i iitiiii kijiky
I f?! -a u h
CaESGING. I1CV DircCVHIlY
N0T STICKY OR OL'MKV.
Jul mt i little) Hsrolln t) your hjlr mil
swlp 4fi all your nips, coarse, Hubkorn. kin.
ky, luir mile ii'Jljm. smutli. stikr. losy
fROll ii IUIR DRESSING
mikes yuur Mr grow loot and beautiful
stoDDlng dandruff, and Itching of the soddn and
Idling hair at once. Don't use hotl'ons. Apoly
Send 2!g slJm&sir ci'i'-gfir a fata en of HFR
OUSt. Money bjck If Herolln) imn't sillly yoi
HEttJLINt MEDICINE CO.. Atlanld, Gj.
fliiriiivy, January Hth, was a great
day with the church. The pastor
prcviit.!. 'throughout the day. Ser
vices were ' jjood. Sunday school
pood. Collecti'i. during the day was
; $108.17. ami at the c!ose of the eer-
vires Mr. Joe Marshall Vime to the
ront rrijiro-entliig a club of twenty
five sinner men and prcsentei'i the
: astor, Dr. Ivory, with a"1)Xfw Year's
present, a handsome $1- leatlie.
hand grip. Mrs. Joe Mar.-thni is an
appropritc way expressed the toV
dence the community had in iu
nstor. The pastor tbei in a fe
words thanked the clun aim tne con
gregation went home rejoicing. The
church is struggling with a heavy
debt, therefore the church is asking
the prayers of the Baptist brother
hood. NEGRO NORMOL WINS CORN CON
RECEIVES LOVING CUP IN COM
PETITION WITH MANY COL
Indicative of the work, both in
theory and practice, that is being done
at the Agricultural and Industrial
State Normal for Negroes, the insti
tution has just been awarded the first
prize and a hansome loving cup in
a corn contest that was held at Tus-
kegee Institute, the famous industrial
school which was founded by Booker
This announcement has Just been
made public by the president of the
school, Prof. William J. Hale, who
received notice of the success of the
local institution in the contest
through a communication from the di
rector of the department of agricul
ture at Tuskegee.
The annual farmers' conference and
agricultural exhibition at the noted
Alabama institution is one of the
most largely attended and patronized
movements of its kind in this coun
try. Many of the best schools take
rrrt in the exhibit each year and
demonstration agents and agricultural
experiment stations are represented
from many sections. Some of the
nation's most progressive Negro
farmers also enter these contests.
The work was begun by the late
Booker T. Washington, who had made
the movement nation-wide in its
Early in the history of the Tennes
see Normal, which is the youngest
school of its kind, North or South,
the students developed special apti
tude and fonaness for the work which
had been mapped out for them along
agricultural and industrial lines. The
school has won signal praise each
ecr for its success in all of its de
partments; and long since has been re
corded as one of the very best insti
tutions of the kind operated by any
state. Much of the credit for this
record of achievement is given to
The summer session at the local
school each year is the most largely
or, attended of any similar institution in
the country, and for several years its
various other activities have stamped
the normal as being one of the most
useful and constructive educational:
institutions for the race. 'Banner.
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