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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1917.
TWEiTi jTH .ANNIVERSARY! What prt shall the great state of patient,
Oa ' FLORIDA BAPTIST -riieorgui piay in vuo original in&uuimu w
CCLL .E CELEBRATION.
Jacksonville, Fla., April 20. The
26th anniversary of the Florida Bap-. nieeUn for tne y0ung people!
tut College ws celebrate here to-1 aad teachers ot our r6guiar Baptist
painstaking drill j
The personnel wan
inLiat Yauiic Peonle'a and Sunday as follows:
School Congress to be held in Nash-. George Renshaw, a merchant. Vic
vdlle, Tenn., Juna 13-18? It Is the tor u. ugauoou
I man oit man 01 niygiery, (iu-
drew J. McClaln. s
day at the college in the chapel. The ,,. ... . n-ia .Koutd , Sharowlt. a lawyer. S. A. Curren.
exercises commenced Wednesday and ! b to fc ,vUat elation they 8U8.j 01d,Jupe, Renshaw s servant, W. S.
closed out today with a lawn fete. .,.,. i, Im-ia ' Porter.
! Ul'U VI gnvuiu o uuvuui v. w - o
t..i m V . (I A.J I. tha! I
"pJwbJff r8thef worhH- and now is the time to thlnkj Mrs 1
i quarter of a century agof bout Preparation lor It. "rflaTl
fathers, most of them have! 1 am heregy "appealing to every
were here from
started a quarter of a century ago ------ - - , .m their daughter. Helen Carter,
by tne ratners, most or tnem nave; ' ht !i i Ida May. a studious girl. Aurella
uiea, oui me cuuareu nave waeu u cuuuoj ovuum iu V Clement. ' '
up, and under the leadership of Prof. able to send a Messenger to do so. ,
N. W. Collier, a native of Aueusta. lit would uot only be a helpful meet-1 . ...
Oa.. has made it one of the greatest log but a splendid trip. It will pay j M c
when I married, I was 19 years of age
and 1 thought that she was the sweet
est girl I ever knew, but arter a month
fights were slow and danly refused to
give me my share, then that was a
V. 1 . 1 Mn f LnRV n
THE SWiFIb. Ijjioney and love and I commenced to
The B. H. Swifts have elected Will I see at once that I did not love that
King, the great hitter and second j girl at all. At fights women would
sacker as their playing Manager i tk on over ma and she would rave
I many times over to send as many of .
.... ' r. i-.. i i j u v d tt : lives.
Y our ouuuuy BtUUUl wni J. . r a.
Tim. Regan, a porter, W. J. Harden, i "u v-"r,,eul" l"e'r pm"- at me like a mad woman when I got
I Meet arm cal. the Swifts old re- , hnm Vl nverv woman In the world
w tiroii hiii ortut win .tin .
Bates. : ,i. f"M..." . -7 rC""c . loali oe1"'1 me rigm away.
7.. iJ r mi - . 7.V. .. v Lted wull w"6 and ask. ni are you
ft? Qy"i.0W "e01" 18 8.U 1tW'th ready to give up your cray ways and
the Swifts and has many tricks up ! ' divrea well I would do every
his sleeves and will let them out as get a ?V I? " , 1,1;
they are needed on the 7th of May mean thiiig I knew to , kee pup a fuss
at the opening game in the dell. . to have somo ground for a divorce
Our line-up will be as follows: Mylen 8ult- wel1 now 1 tnmk 1 haTe BUficient
s. s.: Johnson, c: Carnenter. e f sroimds. Just now I am standing In
morning permission j King. 2nd b.; Ford, 1st b. Wood- 01 shape with plenty of exper ence.
i to visit city churches. Groups of jl. f.; Childress, p.: Alexander, coach:
students found their way to St. I'aul Williams, r. f.; Duncan 3rd b. Watch
Institutions in the country
Wednesday was "Patriotic Day" our Sunday school ana a. x. r. v.t
and addresses were delivered by rep- worker as posshle and also send a, students 'ard. 3rd b.;"Harrls'. r. f.;"Turner I Have-travelled in Cuba, rall. Ar
races. Among the speakers were: i bIoiis. Be firm as the Rock of Glbral-
t w ni p , A,-. 01 Wr B?a v.. J r M.ohvfuJ T;Seay Chapel. First and Spraoe Sti-eeti us climb
Jacksonville, President B. A. Urover, around, but keep on to Nashville. : ra tist ci-urches.
jacKsonvuie. namoer ot commerce; . Tnn.. wBere you mayseB , me a John H. Ha'e eave a most in- Big Steve Heavy weight Chamnlon would sav
est Negro Bapusi ruDiisuing nouao (-at,ni, Bn(r n9triintivo address nt of Cuba and South Amerlcn will en .Minn H mnana In F.nellah I under-
Ilealth and , to some big eastern training site, if stand the American man." Sly tr.ps
.Hygiene. ;roven full swy to fight at any time were full of pleahure and money. 1
Hon. Frank E. Jennings, and E. B.
.t. J ... - .u. ' m tne wo"a: . u" "T'Vr. Chapei on Tuesdayon
iu mo oveuiuK. mo iibv. Lir. j atronage neips io supyun ui nctiu Hygiene
gentina. and Colon Paniania. Oh 1
never fell for any T the foreign ladies
at all Mid some 1 met were vastly rich.
' Wihen I wini my battle In Cuba they
'me savey de Amerlcand
Brewer, of Sanford, preached the anl . Baptist institution that gives employ
nlversary sermon. He is one of the meat to a large number of worthy
pioneers, and, was fully prepared to j neonle Come to the Congress and
preach, the anniversary
"Loyalty" was the theme.
Thursday Educational and Ueligl-
listen to intellectual giants m tne
way of Sunday School experts, who,'
will conduct the uibie scnoois oi MB
IT. GHEAD BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday, April 22, 1917 was Home ness.
i his manager desires him to fight. He
j will study athletics. Agrosvoing and
I Big Steve believes . In "Prepared-
will ,uave my men to send you an ar
ticle ta my talk.
Comiing Sunday at Mt. GMead aBptist. He said I cannot battle forever and
able addresses were delivered dur- AnnVB nii thlncs oome where the ..., ,i um i..i.,i,i i,h.i I rv i,.n .nn,.h t,i r DO ki
. u-t - it It 'I L1IO 17111 it I trll Cltl Ull licri m u J , '- Mt -ih'vi U o o UUil,
ous Conlrences were held, and some dhotis, day and night.
ing the day; Among the speakers
were: Revs. A. L. James, of Ocala,
H. K. Hill, of Arlanda; W. W. Carter
of Jacksonville: W. D. Vann, St.
Petersburg; and Y. A. Roberts, of
In the health conference talks were
made by Drs. M. F. McCleary, C. F.
Duncan, S. P. Livingston, R. L.
Brown, Henry Williams and C. V.
At the meeting today, which was
nslteric day, addresses were deliver
ed by Revs. W. A. Hobson, D. D.,
pastor of the First Baptist church,
and Charles Stewart, A. M., D. D., of
doctrines of the Missionary Baptist
church will be stressed and given the
right oT way. For general informa
tion write Rev. H. A. Boyd,' 53 Sec
ond Ave., North, Nashville Tennessee.
Yours 4n His iNanie
A. A. MATHJS.
State Sunday School Missionary.
and full of sunshine. The Sunday ; it not prepared to teach Agronomy
"chool was addressed by the pastor. : In some Agricultural college.
The elevten o'clock service was con- Bis Steve's father, former U. S.
cucted by the pastor, Rev. N. T. Stoner Lumber Inspector is proud of his son,
he look fr his text '-' Cr. 9 verse. It was ; and especially after lie lias put in to
heRUlifolly explained. jget-a divorce. He turned his back on
The three o'clock service was one to his son because he married and re
te remembered, the service was con- fused to help him in any way. Steve
ihirled by Rev. John Brown of Mt. 's one of the wealthiest colored boys
7.ion Baptist Church. He took for his in Southwestern Kentucky. His father
suhiect "Put on the whole Armor of has a large share in all kinds of tim-
Cod" and the subject was well discus- ber in Tennessee and Kentucky and
President and Mts. White returned 'sr. 1. Mt. Zion's-choir furnished music ons on? whole street and has seve
ral nunarea acres or land out west
and was one time alderman of his
Many people remember Bis Steve's
College days and of his fighting days
in old Nashville. .
I am like all other liRMers, I will
fall for a good looking woman especi
ally if she is the talk or the place I
v'sit. Boys, here is a little advice,
when you think you are Koins to love
or think you do love, why just travel
and come In contact with all kinds
on Wednesday last from a ten days' 'or the afternoon, wh'.th was
stay in Cincinnati and were warmly , much enjoyed- by every one.
welcomed by students and faculty. Rev. Pope of Lane Tabernacle spoke
i'Mnftia Pnv Pnnnnm nf iiwiinn. in response to Rev.- J. Brown and
nuiTtr np tudq mt n rwrfnuv aPl'8 spent a' day this week on the made some very interesting remarks.
DEATH OF MRS. W. 0. GREGORY campus after an absence of nine Retr. K. W. Hawthorne. 1). D.. offer
News of the death of Mrs. W. O. jyeara. Several former friends were ed a fervent prayer arter which Rev.
Gregery, the wife of Rev. W. . O. privileged to greet her and she was B Taylor. D. '11..' took charge of the
Gregory, one of the Baptist ministers j greatly pleased with the signs of collection. After a few preliminary re
of St: Louis, Mo., reached Nashville growth and Improvement which elie marks, he appointed the finance Com
this week. Mrs. Gregory was for-1 noted about the grounds. ,mittee. A collection amounting to $!il.-
merly Miss Annie Law, of Hartsville, i "Adrift " the play given by a clnb :N4 was saised.
Tenn. Her death occured last week Lj tbe 6t'udents at Meharry Auditori- A', the niKl.i service, the pastor tortk
In St. Louis, and her remains were' vih. nW f 1am. week wan for his tert "What I say unto you, I
brought to Tennessee and interred at 1 ,rpnnpr anQ commendable to say unto all. watch." He made some
the participants. Much of the sue- excellent points. Music was furnished
Jcess of the evening is due Mrs. VV. by Mt. Gilead choir. Collection for the
E. Gray and her assistants because dnv and night was $,r)1.84.
William and Virgil Davis," boy. 110
mo ave., s. j"
'Alonzo and Mary L. Smith girl, ji'
Andrew and Virgin Fleming, boy,
11C 13th ave., n
Johnnie and Jeanette Jobe, girl,
12U3 H. H. at.
W'illiami and Lard Smith, boy, 'J.'.OS
lender and Bertie Gallinay, girl,
240 Herman st.
Willia niand Rebecca Harris, boy,
1013 43rd ave n.
Lawson and Anna Hodge hoy UO.'i
Henry and Queenie Gray, girl, 130S
12th ave. s.
1 1 trU
George Gracey and Laura Landon,
rear HT2 Fatherland st.
.I'lserhns Lowe aivl Di'llie Maxwell,
"4 Kilmoro st.
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ot Rev. B. F. Gooch, of Shelhyville.
Tenn.," Rev: 'Mr. Gooch attended the
funeral services at Hartsville, and
returned via Nashville Wednesday.
of women and you will forget that;ney, SI Robertson st. i
girl ever existed. I am like Irving Karanaugh Jones and Emma Thorn-,
Burns, Kid MtCoy and Jack Johnson as, 14 Liberty st. I
they have all had trouble with their i Wlinstead Shaw and Charlie Bright, j
wives esneciflllv Kid MeCoy had seven care John B. Ransom & Co.
Taylor & Co.
Elvira Hill fiO, City Hospital.
Jesse Baugh, 12, Lorkloyer st.
4uise Jaxrkson, 54, 39 Perkins St.
Mat tie Brown, ."
Joseph Paskett, I'.O, CIS 10th ave., n.
Harrison Rhodes. :tt, 1S15 Scovel st.
Jtessie Rusael, 1ft, i:!()2 4th ave., s.
Paster Jarrett. Jr., 1, 40S 11th ave.
.Mary Patterson, 44. City Hospital.
Alfred Jones, 37, City Hospital.
THE GLOBE OFFICIALS INVITED
A special invitation from Dr. H.
B. Prizzell. the Principal of the
Hampton Normal and Agricultural
Institution of Hampton, Va., has just
been received by the Nashville Globe.
The Invitation states that "Yon are
cordially Invited to be present at
, the Forty-ninth Anniversary Exercis-
, is of the Hampton Normal and Agri
cultural Institute. Hampton, Va., to
i held lk the Gymnasium Friday.
April 27th, 1917, at half past 2
' THOTI&f .NDS OF NEGRO BAPTIST
rowTwn to att awta
en of the Citv.
Atlanta captures another National
Convention. The National Baptist
United States of America, will con
vene In Atlanta with Friendship and
Convention, unincorporated, of the
Liberty Baptist Churches early in
September, 1917. There will be rep-
atlves from every state In the
' regret that her marriage will take
Union. The National Baptist Con
vention is t)ie largest religious or-
ganizataion of Negroes in the world.
The Atlanta preachers are making
- great preparations for the entertian
ment of their brethern. The conven
tion will not only -be helpful and
spiritual, but intellectual from every
& ;'.rldpoint and will help the entire
community. Five thousand mes
sengers toour city means $200,000.00
spent with our merchants," street
cars, hacks, taxiea, grocers, hotels"
and boarding houses. These dele
gates will pay at least one dollar and
a half per day for their board, which
means thousands of dollars per day
for the week.
Th Negro Baptists have the
promise of every support, help and
assistance from their white neigh
bors, -without regard to denomina
lion; and the members of every
church in the city, without regard
to denomination will assist each of
the thtertaine. s of this mammoth
lhe National OfBcers of this con
vention are, Rev E. P. Jones, of- Miss
issippi. Preiident, R. R. Mitchell,
vie,, president. Rev. T. J. King. (
Virginia, secretary, Dr. R. H. Boyd,
of Tennessee, secietary of the Pub
lishing Board, Hon. W. H. Harrison,
of Oklahoma, President of the Lav
menB League. treasurer, J. E.
Atlanta extends a cordial welcome
. to" this convention, and every other
convention . that desires to convene
among us. .
The churches of the city will be
supplied on Sunday with vlsir.ing
messengers, and the over-flowing
meeting will b held In the city Audi
iorUm. Dr. Ernest Hall, Correspond
ing Secretary, is busy, arranging to
handle the immense correspondence
that is -necessary to arrange for this
great religious . meeting.
.. " ' I. W. MM .., i i, . . WW- . . I.. WI. .11 I .HM WW IWH 1. 1 I ifc
The Greatest Of AH
Will toe the 12th Annual Session of the
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'.' .From Atlanta Independent.
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ioa nexx session ol mo aaiiuuoi A
Baptist Sunday School Comgress, to be I J
held, at Nashville Tenn.; .The great j
meeting .whidh meansso much for I A
teachers . preaichers, suilerlnteiidetrts,
young people and B. Y. P. U. workers.
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The calling together of all the leading Sunday School workers of the
present age. This GREAT CONGRESS meets in Nashville, Tennessee,
Write and secure your stopping place now as hundreds of such letters
" are received at headquarters daily.
For any information whatever about the Congress, write enclosing
a two-cent stamp to the
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