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NASHVILLE GLOBE.'FIUDAY APRIL 27, 1917.
TLES F 0 f!
Miss Shor SaysShe
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"I have used two bottles of Lung
vita for weak lungs and will say that I
, have gotten excellent results," said
Miss Tommie Louise Short, who lives
at Bingham, Tenn., in a statement to
us sometime ago. "I think it is the
greatest medicine in the world and can
cheerfully recommend it to people suf
fertni with weak lungs."
Preparedness pays. Prepare yourself
against colds and coughs by keeping a
bottlo of Lung-Vita in your home. And
you may also prevent yourself from
contracting some sorious disease, such
as consumption. Doesn't take but two
or tlire doses of Lung-Vita to break up
the most severe cold.
Lung-Vita Is sold by druggists and
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R. H. BOID, D. D Secretary,
,r23 Second If i., I., Nashvlllt, Ten.
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ST. LUKES A. M. E. CHUECH.
On Sunday, April ::9th, there will
be great rally, the greatest ot the
6eaaon, held at St Luke A. M. K.
Church. The brothers are asked for
$5 and the sisters are asked tor $2.50.
The speaker at IX o'clock will be Kev.
Andrew Murry of Cor-uthian Baptist
Church, and Kev. J. L. Webb at 3:uO
o'clock. Dr. A. W. Allen, editor of
the Christian Recorder, at 8 o'clock
p. m. Rer. T. W. Hampton of State
Normal. Others ' taking part are :
Rev. Robert Estinoud, Belleinead
Baptist; Rev. I. C. Sherroa, First
Baptist, West Nashville; Rev. J. H.
Graham, Clifton Avenue Baptist
Church; Rev. W. Sueed, Clifton Ave
nue V. P. Baptist Church; Rev. J. L.
Jackson, St. James A. M. E. Church;
Rev. P. W. Gardner, presiding elder
of the North Nashville District.
Come and help us tate West Nash
ville car, get off at 4th avenue. The
church can't be missed. All siste:
churches, pastors and friends are
REV. J. K. CHILDRESS, Pastor.
I .WOMAN'S .AUXILIARY. .HOLY.
) TRINITY CHURCH.
I Boautiiul country scenery and
! quantities of spring ilowers added iu
' teiest to the meeting Sunday ufler
. noon of the Women's Auxiliary held
jwtu Mrs. Katie Battle at her beauti
Uul country home. Chicken pike. Airs.
W. J. Hale, Uie president, was, in
tlie chair. There was election of of
ficers, the o,d utliccrs leug unani
mously re-elected. Mrs. W. J. Hale
lam Mis. Bailie' were also elected
delegates to the Diocesan Convention
the Episcopal Church which will,
convene in this city in May. A luii
report of the amount of money laistd
: by the ladies at the Uijou Theatru
'and th3 Chantant on April the -Utli
; v. i 1 1 be given at the next meeting,
j After a delightful social hour when
the guests were served tlio meeting
closed with prayer by the Priest,
,Rev. E. M. M. Wright.
GORDON CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday school met ut 9:30 a. m.
The school was largely attended. At i
11 a. in.. Dr. aters preached a i
wonderful sermon. Text, Mark 14:
! The sermon was enjoyed by all
! At C p. m. the Epworth League
met. Quite a number present who
took part in the discussion, which
i was interesting.
! Af 7 :',() Mrs. Gordrn Drenched
Tpt Ph. hi. i
The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday, the i di inUs and cream were served. Mr.
18th. Class meeting Thursday atjl-rnest Searcy spent several days or
7:30. Pastor's Guild met at Mrs. last week in Memphis. Mr. Earl
Montgomery's, 1913 Herman street, I SJ mister of Memphis and sister, Mrs.
at P.: SO p."m on April 13th. The j Florence Cathlic, of St, Louis, Mo., is
Pastor's Guild met wir.h Mrs. Hemp-1 lieie at the bedside of their mother,
hill. 28 IS Batavia street. The presi-iJlrs- Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. G. T.
dent presiding. The meeting opened
with song and prayer. Members nn-
swered to roll call with nuotations i
and payment of dues, after which jda' afternoon. A large number from
the hostess served two courses of j llei'e W(?r 1 Alamo Sunday after
refreshments. Mid-week services atiI1O0n- Messrs. J. K. Lewis and Prin-
7:30 n. m. Brotherhood Monday
Wednesday night, 7.30 Ladies' Aid.
Thursday night 7:30 Class meet
3:30 Pastor's Guild.
All are welcome.
RT. JOHN EUPTIST CHURCH.
Between Hth and 12th. Aves., N.
The Sunday school was opened by
the superintendent, Brother J. A.
j Tumor, at !'::!' o'clock. After the
! school went through the morning ex
ercise all the teachers were assigned
to their classes for thirty minutes.
A wonderful lesson was reviewed by
the superintendent. The school whs
! blessed from the lesson and brought
jimmy Mess!ngs to the school. Three
I new scholars were added to the
i tchool. The morning service was
Jopenel with song and prayer by Bro.
I Columbus Redman. Opening Scrip
! hire, the 18th chapter of St. Matthew
l by Rev. Radford. Pong by Brother
Porter Hays. After Brother William
.Whiteside made a few preliminary
remarks he took for his text the
1 10th chapter of St. John. 0th verse,
i which reads ns follows: "I am the
Jdoor: by me if any man enter in lie
: shall be saved." Subject, "I am the
Door." He preached a wonderful
j sermon to the people. All were
j Messed. Come, one; come, nil. The
'evening service was opened with song
' and- prayer by Brother C. Redman.
i FT. MSBEW' TPF.SBYTERIA1T
Third Sundav alter Easter.
The Epistle 1 St. Peter 2:11.
The Gospel, St. John 10:19.
i At 11 a. m., Rev. Jacksoj
' preach a special sermon to women,
his subject being "Woman's Work In
I the Churcli(." Every woman of the
congregation Is asked to be present
and to invite some other woman to
be present with her.
At G :30 p. m., "Jesus the only
Savior" will be the subject of the
ETHET, A. M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday the 11 o'clock services were
fine. The pastor preached a very In
teresting sermon which was enjoyed
by all. At 6:30 p. m., the A. C. E.
League was full of enthusiasm. The
League will be divided into two
parts planning a memler8hip cam
paign. -Next Sunday will be Mission
ary Day, which service will be con
ducted by the president of -.the Mis
sionary Society, Mrs. A. B. Morris.
At 8 p. m., the pastor preached a
strong, intellectual sermon. The
congregation departed feeling bless
ed for their day's labor and with
great Inspiration to begin another
week. Visitors and strangers are al
THE ownpnTT TT) snrnr.TY OF
The Church Aid -of the Tabernacle
Baptist Church met at the rea'dence
of Miss L. Turpln Wednesday eve
ning. All members were present
and much business waa transacted.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
George Dixon, 14th avenue, South.
All members are requested to be
V . i s
PROF. A. T.. DAVIS, CWT0AG0.
GIVES VIOLTOr RECITAL.
ASSISTED BY LOCAL TALENT.
Prof. A. L. Davis of Chicago, 111.,
gave a violin recital last Monday
night at Salem Chapel A. M. E.
church on the corner of Fourth
Avenue and Buchanan St. A good
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audience greeted the young virtuoso
who played with skill and sweetness
such master-pieces as Traumerel
Misese from El Trovotare, Minuet
in G and other selections that were
highly pleasing nnd evoked applause
and several encores. Prof. Davis
has spent several years in Chicago
as a pupil of Prof James Johnson,
who .is the only colored violinist
teaching in the Conservatory of
Music at Zion City. Prof Davis has
headquarters at 1120 Cedar Street,
lie is planning to appear at several
local churches and those who will
hear the young artist will be de
Miss Ruth H. Allison, one of the
city's well-known song birds, sang
very sweetly- The Gypsy Maiden,"
1 anssima and
Voice is Calling."
was loudly applauded.
Mrs. A. E. Tittle, nu accomplished
pianist, rendered with totttTUnd ef
fect, "Napoleon's Last Charge."
U lu ni,i..,,w, I U,.e ltn.,1.. .. .1
Miss Ml i 'Zst " " !
It is understood that Trot. Davis
will appear at the First Baptist
Church, East Nashville, May 14 and
a large crowd will greet the young
Misses Annie Lee Freeman and
Minnie Lue Brown spent several
:days of last week in Jackson. Prof.
Wollar of Brownsville 3pent a few
hours here Sunday. The motion
a 'show was enjoyed Saturday night by
a large crowd. After the show tol l
Wilks of Memphis were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Odie Searcy last week.
1 " leu Ior 1116 u'n City Satur-
lcsa ot maury uuy. 'lean
were the guests of Misses Bessie B.
md Man- Scott Searcy Sunday. Mr.
11. H. Surrat and family spent a few
hours -here Saturday en route to
Newborn, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John
nie Furtal left Saturday night for
Humboldt. The home of Mr. and
Mrs. Moscow McLemore on West
Main street was the scene of a beau
tiful birthday party for their little
Peop re s
This is just to remind you that from his youth up
to manhood he has been just and equitable to all man
kind. THE PEOPLE without regard to race, creed or
"previous condition'.' are anxious that this intrepid and
honest man be returned to the Mayor's office, and they
are going to see that he gets there.
14-year old daughter, Miss Corinne
McLemore. The pleasures ot .the
evening irere music and games. At
late hour a two course menu was
rerred. Mr. Ed Synster waa a visi
tor in the Searcy home Monday af
ternoon. Mr. Synster left for Mem
phis Monday night Beulah Glass Is
spending several weeks In Browns
ville. Rev. S. J. Hunt was at his
post of duty Sunday. Dr. and Mrs.
Bullocks ot Jackson spent Sunday ot
last week here, also Rev. and Mrs.
Wilson and baby ot Jackson spent
Sunday of last week here. Mrs. Wil
son and baby, also Mrs. Bullocks were
guests of Mrs. W. W. Cole.
A school medley under the ausp
ices of the Parent-Teacher's Associ
ation ot Meigs School at Sylvan
Street Baptist Church, East Nash
ville, Wednesday night, May 2, 1917.
First Bapist Church, Eash Nash
ville, Friday night. May 4, 1917.
If you could see and know how
many needy children we have In our
public school on the east side we be
lieve the public would purchase all
our tickets. The money raised by
these entertainments is used to help
Indigent pupils. If you attend this
concert you will be repaid for your
ten cents and it will go to helping a
Thanking youin advance we are
yours for humanity.
Parent-Teacher's Association, Meigs
School, East Nashville.
J. B. Batte, Prin.
CHURCH IN THE MIDST OF A
Suiid;;.,- scnool promptly at 9:30
A. M., the Teachers and pupils, and
especially the Galeda and Metoka de
partments are urged to be present
Sunday morning to arrange to do our
part in taking care of the Messengers
who will come to this city In Jone to
attend the National Ttantlsts Rnnrtnv
Sllnd.lv Splmnl vtnrltora nmnno Vairm
I Baptists in the world. The pastor re
I turned from Eastern Kentucky very
I ill but is convalescent, and will soon
settle down to real church work. The
Subject of the Sunday School lesson
Jesus Welcomed as King." The pas
tor will review the lesson. Pastor will
preach, Sunday morning and evening.
Subject of the mroning discourse "The
Rich Man and Lazarus.." Sunday
Night, the pastor will preach the fol
lowing subject. "The Rich man in Hell
and Lazarus Jn Heaven." Theme "The
Immediate state of tne Dead." The
Rev. Dr. Stoner the pastor of Mt.
Gilead Baptist church, is conducting
the revival, and delivering great doc
trinal sermons on the way of salva
tton. Dr. Stoner is one of Nashville's
leading ministers and pastor;. Let ev
erybody come to the grant Gospel
feast that is being spread by him. The
minis-teis nnd their churches will be
'vi'.h in next week: conducing what
is known as a Baptist Religious Con
gress for the salvation of Black Hot
'cm. 1 ifferent minister will preach
during the week. A great meeting in
progress come down an 1 he'p save
the Sinners In Black Bottom.
The attention ot this paper has been
called to a slight mix up in the run
ning of the names of the contributors
to Mrs. Flagg's and Mrs. Malissie Ca
ruthers' teams last week. The two
lists are here run a second time for
the satisfaction of those Interested. It
is taken for granted that all the others
are correct since no additional com
plaints have been made.
Mrs. Wm. Flagg's Team, total am
ount raised $22.10.
Mr. T. W. White $2.50
Mr. Ben J. Kinnard V00
Mrs. Win, Flagg 11.00
Bishop Er&na Tyree 11.00
Mrs. J. L, Johnson 11.00
Mra N. A. Bailey $1.00
Mrs. Katie Wilson J1.00
Mr. R. B. Richardson ,100
Mr. T. W. Eddings ." $1.00
Mr. Jesse Mopping $1.00
Mr. J. H. Adams $1.00
Mr. E. L. Klnzer $1.00
Dr. J. U Leach $100
Mr. R. L. MayQeld $100
Mrs. Nannie Batson .75
Mrs. Lula Woolfork 6n
Mrs. Sallie Ferguson i-BO
Mrs. G. EJdridge .50
Mr. John Chorn 50
Mrs. Mamie Turner 35
Mrs. Walton 25
Mrs. Sallle Foster .25
Mrs. Fannie Cannon 25
Mrs. Mary Douglass -5
Mrs. Earah Harding .2g
Mrs. CartwTight 25
Mr. Tom Foster 25
Mr. Blakemore .25
Mr. Phillip Morrison 25
Mr. Pharrow 25
Mrs. Malissie Carothers' team, to
tal amount raised $31.50. .
Mrs. Lettie Johnson $5.00
Miss Hattie Jackson $5.00
Mrs. Laura Shelby $2 00
Mrs. Emma Hall $1-00
Mrs. Dosiah Pope $100
Mrs. Lizzie Robinson $1.00
Mrs. Malissie Caruthers $1.00
Miss Idella Cranberry $100
Miss Eliza Graham $1-0
Miss Lucy Patterson $1.00
Mrs. William Clark $LO0
Mrs. Oscar Shepherd $Lfl0
Mrs. G. L. Jackson ...$t.00
Mrs. J. H. Hale $100
Miss Pauline Parks $100
Mi'.ss Mary Fleming $1-00
Miss Tommie May ....$1.00
Mrs. Lott Pegram 5o
Mrs. Joyce Nixon 60
Mr. Frank Manier 50
Mrs. Zegie Johns 50
Miss Nellie Ednimidson i -50
Miss Mary E. Williams 5n
Miss Jenetta Nesbit -50
Miss Hattie Cantrell .'r0
Miss Lillian Douglass 50
Miss Clara Robertson 25
Mrs. Addie Jones 40
Mr. D. D. Johns 25
Mrs. Adeliade Thornton 10
As the Globe goes to press the clean
up week at the ,Y" moves on smooth
ly. The State Normal school has led in
both numbers and In efficient service,
to the call for volunteers. A dozen
well disposed young men reiported
Monday morning and were assigned
their tasks. The good work they did Is
to their credit and judging from the
spirit in which they went about it they
found pleasure in doing dt. It ia fiop
ed that others wil respond before the
health week closes Saturday.
Thfi health exhibit In hte lODny on
the first floor at the corner of 4th Ave
nue and Cedar Street is calculated to
be of much benefit. The high death
rate can be reduced if knowledge sucn
as Is there given out In chart and pam
phlet form Is put Into practice. The
exh b t will nrobably remain over sun
day. The public ds cordially invited to
be present. Dr. Haynes, ol ttsK uni
versity, is behind the movement. It
is a part of th elocal health ween pro
gram and will no doubt count many
points In Nashville's favor in the ef
fort to get the first prize offered for
the city malklng the best showiogMur
Ing clean up week. ,
For the past three years the Negro
Undertakers have ben furnishing car
riage service at a loss. The white un-
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price from $3.0 Oto J5.00 for funerals
and since then many have discon
tinued the carriage altogether because
even at that price their operations
have been at a. loss.
The negro undertakers have hired
their carriages to our people at $3.00
which was a losing proposition and the
rapid price of oats from 35c to 85c
per bushel and hay from $16.00 to
dertakers of Nashville advanced the
$.'10.00 per ton and .corn from 75c to
$t.C5 per bushel, has compelled lis
to raise the price of carriage hire
from $3.00 to $4.00 for funerals and
hearse hire from $7.0 Oto $3.00 in rea
sonable city limits.
This will scarcely cover actual op
erating expenses. In everything that
goes to make up funerals, the prices
have been greatly raised, just like
shoes clothing food etc.. but, because
we already owned our horses and car
riages we have tried to bear the ex
pense of the raise, hoping that we
colud endure until conditions would
settle. But with the raise of food stuff
advanced to more than double the us
ual priced we find that we must at
present advance the price of carriage
and hearse service wne dollar, in
many instances we have paid White
Undertakers $5.00 and had to accept
less than that amount. This we can
not do. Our services at $4.00 will be
limited to our capacity and when more
than our capacity Is used the others
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The price of hearses and carriages,
and in fact all that make uu a funeral
has for a long time been less In Nash
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country, and today we are giving bet
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CABINET OF TENNESSEE
The Committee on Control and the
Cabinet of the Tennessee Conference
Epworth-keague Convention closed a
very successful session, In Hubabrd
and Seay's Chapel. 'A Mass meeting of
the Junior League was held at Hub
bary M." E. Church on Tuesday, April
17 with a splendid program and on
Wednesday, the 18th, the business
meeting met at Seays chapel at ten o'
clock A. M. and at night a Mass meet
ing of the Senior League. The Presi
dent Jesse. T. Price, delivered the in
troductory addres swhlch was the key
note for the occasion. Rev. J. C. Her
riett was ordained for the meeting.
The choir furnished good music, etc.
This meeting has been much inspira
tion to the young people and League
MISS HILDA O. DTJPREE,
' Mrs. Daisy Grubbs Saffel, one
the early graduates of Roger Wil
liams University, who Is aow located
at Shelbyvllle, Ky., was In the city
to the fiftieth anniversary celebra
tion. After speaking at Roger wn
liams she came back to the city to
be the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Pres
ton Taylor at their residence at
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