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NASHVILLE GLOBE,' FRIDAY JUNE 15, 1917.,
OUR CHURCHES If
m. and T :S0 p. m. ; A. C. F. League 6 :SU
p. m. ; Truue Hoard lat Monday night:
cltu meeting Thnroday night; Stewarde-i
meeting rw-ry Tneiday 3 p. m.; choir re
hearsal Friday night
St Phillip Mt- Nebo. (Texas). Sun
day terrier 11 a. a. and 8 p. m.: Sun
day school 9 :30 a. m. : Christian Endea
vor I p. a.: class miffing Thursday night.
Ker. XI. U Spean, lister.
St. Peter A. M. K. Church. V ml lea on
the While Creek like Sunday School 9 ::
a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. ; Allen
Christian Kndeavor 1 r in,; preaching
t p. in. Ilev. James u Martin. Pastor..
Flat Uock. Sunday services 11 a. tn.
and p. ni. ; Sunday School H :30 a. ni. ;
clasa meeting Friday night.
Dr. J. L Leach Awaits the
Dr. J. L. LEACH MUST AWAIT THE
CALL FOR MEDICAL MEN AND
SURGEONS AS WELL TRAIN
ED MEDICAL MEN WILL BE
No man in Nashville was more di
sappointed Lhan Dr. J. L. Leach, who
had passed a successful examination
II ' - , .
Corinthian Baptist Church. W. Nashville, 8 p. m. Sunday: commnnltn services every CHFRCII PIRFCTniiY.
Rev. A. V. Murray, Pastor. UeT. S. S. Fnse first Sunday. Key. Joseph Kell, raster;! Ileuses of YVorsMp of the various IVnoml-
-r i nn. a. a. ikcuueii, oui. ouuuay ptmwi. i n i...n, .... . ii..A....n trt. :,,,,
MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClURCIIES. I Free Silver Plan Mission. Sunday school '-,",n of the e lurch with I f Nit ''" ucc "i '
Mr nn.. n.n. i-b..,..h - it 'at i::!0 a. m rvin.r 11 a. m. and ?vlyeii hnndc, in to dur.h 1 ditor l Camp hen ho was adwsed that the I
Pl.rk n iv iw. ' i...," . S:So n m. Sundays: coinniiinlin services 1 '' -avllU (.lobe see that your ciniren Up,..-!..,,., nf Medical Men ami Surgeons I 5
Inc. Sunday" School' a. m. : acrv- every first Sunday. Key. Jas C. llnyuos. '' '' "', "r. ' a"r ,:!','!' -., 1... !,.,! later nml lie must;!!!
to. m. and 8:00 p. m ; Com- Fast or: Mr. 11. Clay Mcllcnry, Supt Sun- -"" v a,, kh i.u.c, r..m,.r. " 'r"
munlon every 1st Sunday. 8 :00 p. m. : day School. "ul" tue 01111 Ior th'3 tld!'s 1
rrayer and Teacher- meeting Tuesday1 West Nashville. Sunday school ! ::tO a. Svlvla St Paptist Church Cur lith St ' mon'
night: Frnirhing Thursday night. Fhll m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and S p.m.: Tuos. n, ' she'bv Ave. Siimhiv school i ::to n. m 1 Lir. J. Vi. I.iMich had made every pos
IMUKlass, Lhurch Clerk, li. I. linker. Supt ,i.)v ni.,t nraver services. Wednesday niu'lit to 1114:. m li.voiiim nn.l ui.riimn ev oii.i.. .,r... n-.itinn t.i Innvo fnr tlinl
Kuyu Avenue Baptist Church. 1107 prencMnc : coiuinunltn services every lirst ,.rv Sunday. 11 a. in. to 1 :H0 p. m. : It. V ' '., '.,, ..., i.np, i.,klnll
Kayne Ave. Sunday school n:45 a. m.; Serv- sund.w. Ilev. I. C. Sherron, I'astor; Mr. y - 7 fl ., nl to S 00 p ni. Devotions 1 aml' lina 11,1,1 Srolt n"1!es 01 . , " J
tees 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. ; Frayer ,;. n. W illiams, Supcrinteudcut Sunday sermon S Oj p. in. to I) ::I0 p. 111. t orn- ; eare of Tennessee in this particular. J
meeting Thursday night : Tearbers' meet- School. 'munlon eii.h iirt Sunday :i:in p. m ' a was forced to leave this matter in
Hi? k , " "luu J'ani m, jjilead S Hill Slfoet. Sunday school Teachers' Meeliie,- 7 ::pi p. m. to h :m p.
(.hurch t lexk. n .., . ... i,i,, 11 . , .i k v.il ni I'raver ivivlin.' S :ti I n m to ! :".ll l. m.
;tue hands of his friends who can
d iv o inV i. . J , 1 . ,i 1" in. Sundays: coiuinunltn services every 1st Lev. .1. Iv l.vans, A Jl
V Sm :1UiVtrh1i'iSt,,r'o1",,"y 'I S '"'-I"' X. T. Slouers, I'astur; Mr. K , hert Cunningham. Sec.
B :o a. m. ; preaching ll:0o a. ni. and . 1 "1..,,, ,,, ' ' !
8:00 d. m. : prayer meetlua Wednesday ,M"' ' i
nl4.'ht : Choir reiienrsal Thursday night ; ' Fllcrim Fmnnuel. Sunday School ! :.lo p 1 11 a
Touchers' Meetlua Friday night. A.' W. File. ni. : prenchin; 11 a. m. and ::hi p. m. ; I lOmflll 1 I
Faster. Mr. Ilcr
Snnf Sundays. Mrs. J. n. nrynnt Mil
Spruce Street Rsftlst Church, Rev. Wm. Sunday School. Uev. A. Fhilllps, Faster.
Huyues, Faster. Sunday School 0 ::t0 a. m. : j Ueaer Williams fnlveisltv Campus. Sun
preaching Sunday 11:00 a. m. and S :O0 p. day School ! :;n n. m. : ll. Y. 1'. 7 p. m. ;
m. also Thursday night. I'rayer Mei'ting ir. A. M. Townsend, Frcsidcnt ; Kov J. It
Tuesday nitht. K. T. Ilrown. Church Clerk. Kvans. liean.
Mlly of Tallev. Mh Avenue ISniitlst , A. M. F. ZION
cnurcu. rtn Ave., outh. i:et. k. w. Haw
thorne. I). P.. I'astor. Services Sunday 11 :0O
emorial M. E.
a. m. and H :0d p. m. : Sunday school ii :H(i
a. m. : choir rehearsal hursday night Mar
garet Thompson, Supt.
Tabernacle Haptlst Chureh, 1905 South
St. II. M. Iturna, I). II.. I'astor. Sunday
School at t :30 ; services Sunday 11:00 a.
m. and 8:00 p. m. : TliursdfiT :00 p. ni. ;
K. Y. P. U. H:80 Sunday. Teachers' meet
ing Wednesday night ; Frayer Meeting
Tuesday night: Choir rehaersnl lrldayi
night. Iord s Supper every 1st Sunday ' ip;xcOSTL CIIFRCIIES
8 :00 p m. Mrs. A. W Marshall, Church Hllness ,;. Twefth Av;-"ue. N.
V, . ,, .-". services 11 :ao a. m. and 7 p. ni.
8econd liaptlst. Stevens St., Corner Pe-1 K
Inge. Sunday School 0 :30 a. m. ; services I
11 a. m. and 8:80 p. m. Sundays; prayer SEVENTH DAY APVEXTIST
meeting Tuesday nights; preaching Thurs-1 .;ld,.r j ,. Dasent, Faster. Sahbath
day nights; communitn services every first ; School (Saturday) at 9 :4o a m. : preach
Sunday. Itev. G. K. Taylor, I). P.. Faster; lns at ,1:I5 a m . prMcmB, ierT.
Mlsa Florence Burnett, Superintendent Sun- (.es every Sunday evening at 8
day School. Mrs. f. B. Rayner, Supt. (o'clock, preceeded by song service. (Doc-
.iur uira, .mi n--., o. nnu ,i.ihk tnnal Sllbleets are d scussm! at t hla hourl :
Sunday school at 9::!0 n. m., was
largely attended. At 11 a. m.. Rev
J. V. Pa'tterlield pre-iched a wonder-
llllls chapel Church. Cor. Lewis and Short ' (ui sermon. At o:".fl Junior Leacue.
Sunday School 0 a. m Freaching 11 a. m. A j rminber of chll 'ien were
II p. 111. Sundays. Uev. Z. . Hill, Faster. 1 , ,, , , ..
Zien church Sunday School. Uonerton ! i reseut and discussed the lesson. At
Avenue, jiear Fifth Sunday services 11 a. 7:"0 p. 111., I Satterfleld lil!e;l his
in. and 7 :H0 p. m. unlnit rtro-mhlno' n Kniil stirring or.
V. ."V 1 IIV'1,11..
; ' v. V...
Holy Family. .US Third Avenue N.. Sun
day services 10;30 a. m. Kev. Father
nion which each and every one en
I1.,.l l.l.t Ua rMlll n.n.lf
.uuuuu.t msni 1 11c iiihd I'lin wna
conducted by Mrs. Carrie Kloyd and
was quito a success.
Mid-Week Services: Wednesday
night Ladies' Aid. Thursdiy night
class mee'ing. Friday night Tastor's
I Guild. Come, worship with us dur
ing our service.
Rev. J. V. Satterfleld, Tastor.'
Fruzle Vaughter, Reporter.
Pike. Sunday School 9 :.10 a. m.; preaching
11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Key. J. T. Tnnstuil
Jr. Pastor. Monroe McOay, Supt.
Mt. Nebo, N. W. Nashville, Sunday school
t:8 a. m. ; services 11 a. m. and 8:00
p. m. Sunday; communitn services every
first Sunday. Kev. II. A. Alfred. I'astor, Mr
BU Cleggett, Superintendent Sunday 8chool.
Hebrew Baptist Church, Uev. Wash SI
Hickory drove Baptist Church, Rev. I. S.
Mt. Zlon. Jefferson Street, Cor. 11th
Arc, N. Snnday School 0 :30 a. m. ; preach
Ing 11 a. ni. and 8:0n p. tn. Sundays. Uev
J. A. Urown. Faster: B. P. Lockridge Super
intendent Sunday School.
Kairucld. Sunday School 0 :30 a. m. ; ser
vices 11 a. m. and 8 p. tn. Sundays; com
missionary meeting every fourth Sabbath
t 11 :15 a. m. : prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7 :45 followed by choir prac
tice. All are welcome.
Howard Congregational Church, J 2th
Avenue N. near Church. Services Sunday
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School tt :3(l
a. m. ; communion every 1st Sunday 11
a. m. : prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Miss Frances Ranks, Church Clerk. T. M.
Fnion. Flsk University Campus. Preach
ing services nt 11 a.m. followed by Sun
day School, Y. M. C. A. and C. E. Meet
ings at 0 a. ni. ; mission Sunday School 'i
p. m. ; prayer meeting Wednesday nt 6:40
munlon services every first Sunday. Uev. V- m; J- -v . ''skeii. lastor; r. A. .11c
J. U. Slatten. Pastor. .1. It. Caruthers, n-onzie, ",ni: kcv. i. . .uorron.
Superintendent Sunday School. lean : J T. halrch Id Treasurer.
Norih Sixth Street, East Nashville, Sun- Mnry a I Impel .012 Twelfth Avenue
day School 9:30 a. m. ; services 11 a. ni. X. Sunday School 0:,w a m. ; preaching
and 8 p. m. Sundays: Communion every H a. m. ; 1. 1. S. C. E., 0 p. m,
rst Sunday. Uev. Joseph Tunstiill, Pastor.
D. W. Steward. Supt. PUKSIIYTEIII X
Rock City. Sunday School n :,-!0 : services st Andrew Presbyterian Church. Cor.
11 "on o i. ill. i.i. 'in.)" c. , lrn nn,t lln. t..r,,f Il,,v S T.i.-buon
meeting Tuesday nights: preaching Thurs
day nights. Uev. A. W. Wilson, I'astor.
Hawkins St., Sunday School '.) :.'ln 11. m. :
serv;-es II a. in. iiii'l K p. m. Sundays:
weekly meetings Wodniday and Friday;
communion services every lirst Sunday. Uev.
J. ! ' I v . I'aslor : M. S1 .-ffield.
Lnke Providence. End of Nolensville Fike.
Sundiiy School !i :::n u. tn. : preaching serv- , j
lees li a. m. and s p. 111.; U.-v. I". s. swift.
Pastor, 10111 Joe Johnson Avenue, (i. Owens, '
( uinberland valley I lit I tlst t liui'ch. Mill
Minister. Telephone M. H.soti. Sunday
school !1 ::hl a. ni.; services (I ::10 a. in .
11 a. m. and 1 ::to ; Thursday 7 ::10 : choir
rehearsal Tuesday and Saturday evenings
Church open dallv.
The Church of' the Living Ooil. rM 4th
Ave.. S. H W. F. P.) Uev. W. E. I'.owen.
I'astor. Sunday Sctioi! fi ::;o a m. : services
. m. and 1 :."ei p. m. : I'hursil.ir s p.
Willing Workers Club Tuesday s p
m. ; Ladles S. S Club Thursday 4 :80 P
111. ; V. P. P. Club Sunday 4 :ilo p. ni.
St. Andrews Presbyterian
,. - 11
GREENWOOD - PARK
OPEN EVERY DAY
Splendid Attractions For
DR. J. L. LEACH.
Rally A Success.
The second Sunday after Trinity.
The Kpistle, 1st John 3: 13-4.
The Gospel, St. Luke 14:16-24.
Morning sermon on "The Slighted
Evening: "Lessons from Noah and take advantage of this splendid op
Mis Times." portunity to serve their country and
Dr. J. L. Leaoh, must of necessity
abandon his plan for immediate war
The erand rallv hold at the He'h'e- service and await until provision can
hem U. P. Church on l'or'erP.eld e niade to place Negro men into the
street. North. 'Sunday, Juno 10, was Medical Corps and Ambulance service,
iiuite a su 'eess. The s"e.ik"rs of Dr. Leach stands in tli,e front rank for
the day: at li o'clock Rev. Samuel this qualification as he holds an In-
Dryant, pastor, also Brother Wil'.ij terncship from the Hubbard Hospital
Long, who delivered a very able s t- a:ul served for two years as ah Asso-
111011 fi:ll of power. Th" lolljction ciated Surgeon to Dr. J. 11. Hale, at
ior the morning was ? 1 T Tin the Hubbard Hospital. He is now 011
1 ally con'iii'iel nt :: o'clock. There tho Surgical stao of the Halo Surgical
were visi;iir: elders and th ir mem- lub at the Hubbard Hospital and ai-
COOL SHADE - SPARKLING WATER
PARTIAL PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK:
SIADAY: Base Ball, Nebraska Indians vs. All Stars.
MONDAY: Odd Fellows' Picnic.
TUESDAY: Dedication of Concession.
WEDNESDAY: Concert at 8 p. m.
THURSDAY: Varied Amusements.
FRIDAY: Concert at 8 p. m.
SAILR AY: Field Day, St. Paul A. M. E. Church.
CARS RUN 10 THE PARK EVERY TEN MINUTES I
ber?. The speakf-vs at ir on
Ilev. Kielils, of pleas-.int Cere' lap
list Ch'.ireh: Uev. Mitchell of U -atU'd
fhatcl M. V.. Church; l'oi. A. N.
('. K. I.
-aL'iie i p. ni. : i ue
d:iv ni'-r' t
day ScliiKd !' :",ij a. in.: pr.-acliliiL- service
11 a. in. and s p. m. Kev. Isaac Sherman. cnT.nvsrn MKTIlnDlST l"I'IS('i II'AL
The St. .I"hn P.aplist I'liiircli. ivail Sti-ei-t Lane Tnb-rnacle. Sprini St. Sunday
between 11th and 1-th nvetiues. Sunday School !l:::n a. tn. : preaehinir 1 1 ::: a. m
school at II ::;n. Preaching nt II a. ni. and and s p. m. '"mvorth I.e.-iuo m. etin-r af
s p r;i ( Vv.-Tiant ne-etin-,' i-vei-- liri Sun- i: -:'o p. in.: t.nyer meetiiu' every S'elnes
day ni"ht. I'rayer meetinir every Tuesday (i,iy nt fi o'clock.
night Teachers' meetini, Wednesday night. PI illios Chapel. S Wtinrf Ave. Sunday
l'reaehiiij! every Thursday night. Uev. . School Ii ::0 a. in.: C. K. League 7 p. ni.
II. u lntial.er. Pastor. A L. 1 'r.-tinn, Suid class meeting Tuesday night: lUhle Clas-
Antioch. HiHl Archer Street. Sunday Wednesday night.
School ft ::',n a. m. ; pr hing services 11 r:, , V' pel. church St. Preaching at
a. in. and S p. ni. Sundays. Itev. G. W. 11 a. m. and S p. in.: Sunday School .".
Fir-t Street I'.nptist Clmrcn, Near First
St. Services Sunday 11 a. in. and N p.
ni. 1st Sunday : s p. in. Sunday night. S.
S. Stubhlclield Pastor. S. (Iregery. Supt.
Cii-.t I oi.ttt- l:r,-iilui,iil Snn.lnv Si-hlol
i -:tn . n, ..loirei, s.-rvii-,.'. ll a.' m. and KltniT M. M. Wright. Priest In Clin re
S p. in. No ter.
lt. Arrea I'.nptist Church. Key. 1). P..
rtutlor. Pastor. Sunday Schonl 9 ::i(l a. m. ;
services 11 a. tn. and 7 ::'." p. in. ti, W.
llrake. Supt. Prayer -Meeting Tuesday night.
Pivac'ing Thursday night. Comunlnn ev
ery r.r.-t Sunday night.
Ml. .Ion I'.nptist Church, Smyrna, Itev.
W. II WMttakrr. Pastor.
IInrietTi.il Rmitlsl- Church ReT .1 I! nld- dav Pchool.
ley. I'aii.r. I). tirllTin. Snpt. Pfinleti Chapel. ""5 Georgia Street. Sun
Foster Chanel ma Lewis Street. Sunday dav serviced 1 In. m. and 7 :S0 p. m. Uev
School n :30 a. m. : preaching services ll v . I
m. and 8 p. ni. Itev. O. 11. lloldcn, I'astor.
.lohin'oii. who delivered :i - i ri ' s
lecture expressing syirpa'hv for t
v. ork of Uev. Uryaut aid lis ! M'd '
At 7: "ii o'clock the th r h wa-;
crowded. ev. .1. Crosby and otlie.-s
.'.ere present with Uev. Unant 1h(?
rally i i.de 1 raisina; the grand s;r i of ;
.T'-T."-. Kev. liryant has b mmi l.ib-u'-i
ins; very hard v. I 111 his c'.r.i.cl!. al-o ;
liis oth'er i liur h, ihe Aic. a r;
-'a Twell'lii avea.ic. Thcv hive l:t p; '
him iiaiie busy and soon will take h: !
departure for his summer va at on in j
Chicnpo and o'lur ea-te.n p.ii'.s. i
wf.v Iur.;i)tir 0 Uio surseon Staff at the
Millio IC. Halo Hospital.
l'r. Leach will continue his prac
tice for the summer here for a while
when he will leave for Chicago to do
so:i:e pest graduate work in I'nst Mor
tem Snrgery. Ho also plans to tour
1ho south in the - interest o the Me
harry Alumni Kndowment unless the
Covei'iiii.ent can use him sooner,
and we will appreciate It very much.
If you will publish same in your next
We, the people of this state, feel
ourselves- much honored to have
these honorable guests In our statu
and wish to say that we regret very
much that they are not members of
Florida that we might keep them
with us always. Thanking you very
much for your kindness and pronipr
ness In publishing the enclosed news
Hem, we do with many kind desarJs
and good wishes for the continual
tu-ccess of your paper remain
Students of the Tampa Class.
Phone Main 389
416 Fifth Avenue, N.
Pre-Congress Chorus Re
cital A Success. i
Lee y Company
Funeral Directors end Fmbalmers
Calls Promptly Answered tt AH Hours,
W. M. ODEN
Nashville is inherently a musical
loving city, so when the National
Chorister of the National Baptist Con-;
vention and the National Uuptlst Sun-;
day School Congress arrived in the
city and issue ! a call for members of :
a Kreat chorus, each church unheal-j
tatingly scut the number demanded, i
l i . r t Tho i'redjongreis reouui Biveu uy una
otancard Lire insurance chorus hefoie a iari,e ro.vd of music
loving people was a uecmeu Buccess.
Too much cielit can not be ;;iea
DO YOU BELIEVE IN SIGNS?
REMEMBER THIS ONE
the Holy Trinity. ITwln
SUtll Avenue S. Tile Uev
Celebrnllm and lln.v I-.uc1 arist and Ser
inon 11 a. ni. : Sunday school 11 ::',0 a. in
Fvening Song iiiul S' rin"n S i. in. A enure
with welcome to all.
( inrk Memorial. 80S Franklin St. S in
d.iv School 0 :!'.n n. m.: Sunday service
H a. in. and 7 :n p m. Uev W. 11. St ';)'
ens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. C, recti. Clerk: Pre'
'I. I!, llardiman, Superintendent of hup
Tbos. (iroom, Mipt.
ras Street. Sunday School 0 :50 a. m.
preaching services 11a. in. and 8 p. m
Sundays. Kev. V. llaugues. Pastor. Geo.
Fifteenth Avenne Ilnptlst Church, 4n'.
lMh Ave.. N. Uev. A. W. Porter. Pastor.
Sunday School !l :3d a. m. : services 1 1 n.
m. and 7 :'0 p. m. : Thursday night: prayer
meeting Tuesday night ; Choir rehearsal,
Krldny night. W. O. Moore, Supt.
Third Avenue Ilnptlst Church. 9t!n 3rd
Ave.. N. Itev. .1. I,. Harding, I. I., Pastor,
Sunday School B :it0 n
m. and S p m. : It. Y. P. F. 3 p. m. : prayer i
C.idon chapel. Herman St.. near Pros
poet. Sunday services ll n. tn. and 7 :Hi
p. b. Itev. J. W. Satterueld. Pastor
Hubbard's ('Impel. Trimble S. W. Cor
F Hill. Sunday services 11 n. m. and 7 :K
p. n. itev. .1. I . rrice. i. i'.. i-nsier. i
Mnylleld, Superintendent of Sunday schnc
Seny s Chapel, tireen siret, cor. ran
Held Sunday services 11 n. m. and 7.1
p in Uev. ii. T. Iturch, i. IX. Pastor.
HIeventh Avenue M. K. Church. Sen
Icos 11 a. m. nnd 8 p. m. : Sunday Schojl
P :!.. S. M. Strnvtiorne. raster.
I." ' 1
Ccripany Distributes Its
Share to National Defense.
The country-wide publicity given to
when looking for the ORIGINAL Skin Ointment and Com
Dlexion Brijihtncr. In successful use over eighty years, c Many
! Prof. H. B. P. Johnson ot aiusKogee, , , , . ,, o tn cclt:of: KprK
Okla.. for Hie masterly way in which millions in uuacs ulu on m vw.m, -
ho wuippei ihis chorus of amateur np ware of all substitutes. Substitutes may be harmful; even
singers into shape. The chorus num- j ' . rue i
Lei -a were very good indeed. The dangerous. Insist upon getting what you want - the old, roliable
pieces de-resistance however, were the . .
selecJons by the male and lemaio "M.llN-3U.l.li3a uinimeni anu ooap.
Ihe patriotic activities of our different 1 tiuartett with Mr. Phil Lindsay and
corporate interests dors rot indention-j Miss Iluth li. Allison in tne leau.
ally neglect to mention Nero fiiian-i Every number of the program was
cial and industrial ins' itutioni. I heartily received. The Program was
They are not menu ned In thaias follows:
MADE ONLY BY
Thompson Chanel. Walden t;nivorsit
Piervlces 11 a. ', cnninus. ntty":'Z.Z'uii'
111 U I I 11. HI. . 1" njvi on i -. p. "
li;y rniTsity servlrps nt thn Mhftrrj
Thuv night. R H. Shuttle. Supt. A,,,"V iTVhltnn'lS lil
Pleasant lireen Ilnptlst '.'hurcli. Uev. J. '""'mh. It a. m. Rev. W hlto. t) D., lusl-
C. Fields. R. P.. Pastor. Sunday School (lent.
11 :H0 a. in.: services 11 a. b. nnd 8 p. m. ,
prayer meeting Tuesday night: Teachers 1 (HU1KT1AN CIIFnCIIES.
VJnZ nX':,r:j'' ..V.,'' r;" Len Avenue Christian Church. 700- Len
L V. c "' " Avenue. Services Suiidnv
Marshall. Sunt. I , . , r.
1 a. m. nno
ip. m Sunday school o :ao a. m. Y r-:
i Peiple's Christian Fndeaw Society Sab
idav evening nt 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday night. Klder Preston Taylor.
. liar Street Chrlstl in Ch ireh, Fldi" r
McNnlry mil, 12th Ave., N. Sunday
School f) :.10. : proarhing 11 a. m. nnd 8
p m. u.p. .i.-.-. ..: n- . I, mlth. Pastor. Seevuva 11 a. in. and
.......... fc...tw...l ! .11
St. Luke. Lewis Street.
8:30 n. m. : preaching 11 :30 a. m. and 8
p. m. Sundays. Pastor Key. enry Covington.
Uethel Primitive. Sunday School, 0:30
a. m. : preaching services 11:30 a. m. nad , A.enue. Sunday serv
Workers Club every Tiiifwiny night: Paj
tors Aid Society ve"T 1-ildny night. S.
J. Chandler, Clerk.
Willow Street, s. mil S. w. corner first
8 p. m. Sunday.
Mt. Moriah. 2107 Alameda St
School n :30 n. m. : preaching 11:30 a. m
ana s p. m. Sunday,
R0 p. m.
Pleasant Valley, F.dgehlll Street. Sunday '. ciU'RCUICS.
fhrrch of Chrht. (?hniiotte and 4btn
Snnday ! Avenue North.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
School 1) :30 a. m. : preaching 11 :30 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Sunday. Key. W. Wilson, Pastor.
The Fnlted Primitive Unptlst, 4L'nd Ave.,
I ethel. 10th Avenue Sunday pervlcs
11 a m. nnd 8 p. ni. : Si.iday School :30
Christian Kndeavor meeting ( p.m
S. E. Cor. Albion Sr., N. W.. Sunday Rchool (,S!, nn,i nrnv,,r m,,etlni.- Thursdnr night
0:30 a.m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 itev ?. J. Howard, P.ntur.
p. va. Bundays. ' rinltv A. M. K. Sunu 5 School 9 :30 f
West Nashville. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. S p. m. Itev. W. L fwcF, Pnstor
ia nreaehlnir 11 :30 a. m and 7 :30 n. m.. 1 henezer. Stones Itivr Turnpike. Sun
prayer meeting Thursday night. day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. : Sunday
Sr Ell Primitive Thn ltlble Hand meets School 9:30 a. m. : MirlHIIan Endeavor 7
ev"tvEsldaT1e;;;,lnrg'b,30"ndoot "'' THi'l'sT v" I'h? ufU ' ;HP"
taught by Sister Syhla Henderson. Every ! f.; n J ''""day t.'eht. Uev. H. U.
.me Is Invited to meet us. The Sunday , b'"'; , ,',i, fuLt ui,.. i w Nnviil .
School opens every Sunday morning nt L nI'''kl:',liLrst11bt'v,,l'l S m
,,.4n';" . m V'".?..",;.,. i 'leaver 7 P. m. Uev. James, K. Chlldresc,
lcea 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
morning under the auspices of Elder (i.
Sallm. Cor. 4th Avo'Vtie, North and Hu
ervicis 11 a. m. and
V scliooi 0 :eu a. m. ; enru
'l..t ai,jn is Kev. Wm. JeniJns,
formerly pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, Tullahoma. Kev. Jenkins has
oeen called and has accepted the pas-
orate of Brandon's Chapel at Booster-
dallv press for the very simple rea
son that the average white editor
nnd renorter have not yet been made
to realize the existence of bona-flde
N'euro organizations of more than cas
ual size and wealth.
Practically every Negro bank,
trust company and investment com
pany lias gone the way ot all true
American institutions In the early
subscription for Liberty Bonds.
Negro churches and schools all
over the country have advised the
purehnse of these, in many Instance's,
the first Negro Investment in nego
! Needless to say the many Insurance
1 companies have cheerfullv assumed
their proportions of this duty in pre
cisely the same spirit as have all
other loyal concerns.
The Standard Life Insurance Com
1512 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, N. If .
Write for a sample of Palmer's "Hair-Success" Dressing, the
best hair pomade on the market.
Anthem The Lord's Prayer.Carter,
Sunday School Congress Chorus.
Invocation Dr. E. W. Moore, Ohio.
Melody When you come out the
Wilderness, Sunday School Congress "
Chorus. i Union held a business session at the
Reading Give Me a Rose Today, l llorne 0 jyir. E. L. Kinzer, 31 N. Hill
Dr. J. T. Phillips. i sti june 2. Mrs. J. L. Leach. Presi-
Solo Nobody Knows, Johnson, Mrs. dent presided over the deliberations
C. J. White. , ' an(i many Important matters were
Chorus Listen To The Lambs, Dett, attention. After the business was
National Baptist Publishing Board over a Biblical Contest was conductea
Glee Club. an the 1st prize was won by Mrs. J.
Reading One Joyful Night, Fergu- Goraon Hughes 'While the second was
son, Miss Marie Boyd. drawn by Mrs. Henry Jones. An ice
Melody Sing A'Ho, National Baptist C(ur8e wa8 served by the host, assist-
Pubdlishing Board Octette.
Solo Since You Left Me Dear,
Johnson, Mrs. Llllie May Gamble
The Third Quarterly Conference,
St. Paul A. M. E. church Sunday, June
7th, 1917. Sunday Scohol 9:00; preach
ng Ll a. m. by Rev. M. E. Jackson,
B. D. Preaching 8 p. ni. by Presiding
Klder G. L. Jackson. Quarterly Con
erAce business feeling Tuesday night
June 19th 8 o'clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Itev. H. L. P. Jones, D.D., Pastor
Rev. G. L. Jackson, D.D. Presiding
... . n it
pany, oi Auanta, ua., nas aucnor.zeu Female Quartette-Oh Mary Don't You
the purchase of $1,000 worth of these- ,,, A,i,0 -.,, wn.
rcnase ot worm oi , uemr Misses Allison, Turner, Wil-
by their treasury, and are fa- n,lnann
Deacons' Council Meeting.
The Missionary Baptist Deacons'
Council will hold its next regular meet
ing at the Kayne Ave., Baptist church
Sunday, June 17tU 1917 at 3 o'clock. Dr
Allen Fort, Pastor of the First Bap
tist Church on Broad Street will lec
ture to the Council. The public is cor
J. E. EDWARDS, Pres.
E. L. BROWN, Sec'y.
Church of the Holy Trinity
cilltatlne installment purchases on
the individual accounts of employees.
Their 190 aeents in nine different
states have been directed to advise
and instruct their poll"yholders and
prospects as to the best methods of
Increasing the quality and variety of
farm and garden products.
Little imagination is required to
realize the far-reaching effect of this
missionary work in the most proire
agricultural territory in America nd
among a people not usually reached
by the usual propaganda of this char
acter. The Company has encouraged both
office and field force to cultivate their
own premises and as a resu't some of
the finest gardens in the South are
replacing hitherto neglected spaces.
Their crowning achievement, how
ever, lies in their coitrlb"t'on of
man-power to the service of the Na
tion. Several of their euesta are now
in uniform with volunteer regiments
ed by Mr. Walter Montgomery. Sou
venir United States Flags were pre
sented to each one present,
I Hams and Dunson.
olo Dear Lord Remember Me, De
Kovan Thompson, Miss Alberta K.
Male Quartette There's A Meetln'
Here Tonight, Messrs. Lindsay, Mc
Guire, Gray and Price.
Solo Jean, Burleigh, Miss Ruth B. i
Anthem Let Us All Give Thanks,
Sunday School Congress Chorus.
"Vote" Students Well
Pleased And Honor
Their Officials And
Teachers With a
FICIALS AND TEACHERS WITH A
Dr. J. H. Hale Motors To
Dr. J. H. Hale, Mrs. J. H. ErJ, Mfcs
Eliza Wilson, Essie Hal-, Mlldre .
Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Dur Mustom
motored to Columbia.
Enroute Dr. Hale visited )i1its at'
Franklin and Spring Hill. h-t had ,
been treated at the Millia . HJ"'v
Hospital. While in Columbia, h called
upon Drs. Davis, Hunter and Boyd, all
o 'Whom are frequent riiltori to the
hospital with patients.
Melody Soon A Will Be Done BRILLIANT RECEPTION FRIDAY
In the city
Luescina Ross 940 4th Ave., S, and
while members of the Home OH ce! will also be spending a few days at
force, Charles A. Shaw, I. S. B'o-ker Mrs. Ella Thompson's 1401 Tremont
nnd Carter N. Brown have Qualified , Ave..
With The Troubles Of This World
Sunday School Congress Chorus.
Mrs. Bailey To Go West.
n t. , V. r Tlntlnit nrlm noa ViORTI
out of the city th? past "school terrnj and Beauty Culture College of Nasi,
t l . 1 1 T-t J 1 1 11 -vtV t I1H. I nil II.. rrrjin iiuuutuu " -v w
Ks St Man tateiUn recePtlon at the reslt,ence
Mans fat. Mary, is visiting ner irienus potterann. S07 North
C?V.a la atnnnintr Wltn IVi PU ui t. ... v.v-. 1
Mr. M. F. Mullins, president; Mrs.
Viola B. Mullins, Superintendent of
Instruction; Mrs. Alyne B. Ward,
teacher, and Mr. E. Deas Ward, spe
cial representative of the Vole Hair
fhne.ari St. Sunday
Hopewell Ilantlst Church. Tinnelson, Uev. : s ni : Sunday Scliooi 0 :f0 a. m
A. Abernathy, Pastor. U. Washinfrton, Supt. tlnn Endeavor 7 p. m. : ohms meeting Thurs
Mt. Lebanon Ilnptlst Church, llrentwood, diw nlsht : prayer mtlnx Tuesday nlRht
Itev. I. S. Davis, Pastor. n.E. Hunt, Supt. Uev. A. vt limvortn. vniux
Scovol St. 1715 Scrnnd St. Sundnr Srrv-
. uiMin nTt'iiue 1H1L v,iiur.u, nc. . . u c t,-.ni
! 'U n ni t Mii'lutlnn lnrlovnnr 7 n m :
Shlloh naptlst Church. Ilolllng Mill HI". -cinsM MeelinR Thursday night; Key. W. A.
Key. C. C. Roland, Pnstor. Andersen. Pastor.
Johnson Ornham, Tastor.
Tenth Avenue. P.nptlst Church. Rev. 11.
Hutrslns, Pastor. Services 11 n. m. and 8
p. m. ; Sunday School 0 :4."i i m. ,
Mt. View Pnptlst Church. Rey. W. P.
Hall, Pastor. CTemmle li. ItesB, Supt.
Mt. Ilethel, East Nashville, Sunday j
School 9 :.'10 a. m. ; nervlces 11 a. m. and '
p. m. Sundays: services Tuesday nnd
Thursday nights. Ttev. D. A. Weakley. Pns
tor; Mr. W. O. Randolph, Supt. Sunday
Ii'vncH Chapel. Cor. "th '.nd Winter 8t.
Suiidaj services 11 a. ni. nnd 8 p. m. ;
Sunday school 0!3l) a. m. ; Christian En
deaioi 7 p. in.: chus I'.iirtlng Thursday
night ; prayer meeting Tuesdny night Rev.
J. K. .lehnson. 1), I)., Paster.
St .lames. Moorct'Hvti. Sunday service
Church of the Holy fTrinity, Ewing
and Sixth avenues. Rev. Elmer M. M.
Wright, Priest-in-charge. Celebration
rt the Holy Eucharist and Bermon at
11 o'clock. This service will be pa
triotic in nature w'ith a special ser
mon on the following subject: "What
the Episcopal Church and the Col
ored Race Have Contributed to the
.food of this American Republic." An I sonally visited the TeHstra'Ion nlace
American Hag will be displayed from and complimented it as tne nest or
the chancel and there will also be a i panized and most comHetolv sucens.
service of benediction of the new ! ful unit In the City or Atlana. This
for the Officers' Reserve Corns,
A colored corps o' clerks under Mr.
Wr. J. Shaw of the Standard Life Au
diting Office registered 1,860 colo-ed
citizen son June 5th.
This corps numbered thirty persons
recruited from Negro ente-prisos,
banks, insurance comra"ios. etc , lo
cated in the Odd Fellows' B"i'dlig,
the Standard Life alone fnrilshlig
fourteen clerks. Mayor Tan-Mor ner-
She expects to meet her little daugh
ters Frankie and Maudaline, who are
visiting friends at Memphis, there
they will join her, enroute to the far
west where they are going to live.
Many friends regret the loss of such
a lovely family, but hope for them a
very prosperous and happy life.
Young People and Friends
To enjoy Trolly Ride.
The Yonn"! People's Progressive
Union of Saint Paul A. M. E. Church
Boulevard, W. Tampa. This was one
of the most elarobate affairs of Us
kind held in the city of Tampa this
season. The music was up to date
in every way and the refreshments
were delicious. Students and teach
ers enjoyed themselves to the full
The Vole College decided during
the early part of the year to tour tho
state in the persons of its represen
tatives and the Tampa class Is one of
the many classes turned out by them
Their business nas ae-
Carters Chapel. -
The Sunday School was tailed to
order Sunday at 2:30 p.-m. Supt F.
Murray was absent, the Asniftant tok ,
charge. Song, No. 28, by tha school,
from the book Carol crown, prayer by
the Superintendent. The mul opening
for beginning was conducted. The
teachers then took charge of their
classes for 30 minutes, the lesson was
then catechised by one of our young
preachers, Bro. Earnest York, a Tery .
Interesting discussion wat had oa
what was the work of the Holy Spirit
and when and what time did man,
receive It was beautifully fcrough: out.
Number of scholars In first bible oast,
15; second bible class 12; total, 2Y.
Then collection was taken from the 2
classes. The classes tied n collection.
The Banner will remain with tlw first
Bible Class until the colleoUon ia un
tied next Sunday. Closing rMnarkn
were had. Visitors', two. Th weather
,was fair. Closing song by th chool.
Then Bro. York) entered the pulpit,
read the lesson, prayer "was offered,
then song by the choir, aftr which
the young iman preached a Tery inter
esting sermon. All enjoyed the sermon
which the young man preached. We
want him to visit us again. We are
preparing for a grand time the 2nd
Mt. Calvary. East Nnshville.
School 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and Sunday School 0 :30 a. m. ; services 11 a.
All-. TrMn-tMn- A t 1 . e.i -.,1 1 OCQ VntTKADa nnrl T7
will be rendered for this occasion, white persons, all of wh'ch const!- ?',a",u TuT V," rUiv
hit - ' ... , , . ,,. i. 1 .H.nHl,nl. A nnntl JllllO IVlUllUajr UlSUti lIUUD lOUli Ae.
11 n ill. and X p. tn. . -uiidav School 9:30 1 ciemm; soil)? mm seiinuu ut u o ciucn. lutes a recuiu ui iciimi nnmc . . . ',, Qt of ,lha
a. m. : Chrisiinn Kndeavor 7 p. m. Rev. I A cordial welcome is extended to all buttons for one Negro corpora' ion. " " ,V , Zu l
u. l. Jackson, Pastor to attend these services. The Worn-1 churoh at eight o clock sharp and they
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SundaV sunray Sehooi oVJb a. 'm. : uZcmZ : ll ! residence of Mrs. Laura Smith, 518 The Nashville Globe, Nashville. Ires n' the clt". A cordial invitation
School OrHO a'm. : nreaehlnir 11 a. m. and a. m. and S n. m. : A. C. E. Leairue 7 P. I Sixth avenue. South. Sunday after- Tnnn Has Deen . exienaea 10 me puonc 10
8 p. m. sundayx; communitn services every in.; clasa meeting Tuesdny evening 8 p. m. noon, June 17th. All the members Gentlemen: You will find enclosed join in and enjoy this trip. An even
nJ. iudA''.-J, J?""torv...v,. . Lr,..!'""' r.or- th.Av?- S' !?.d of the Junior Auxillarv are also re- BOma of the latest news of the dav ing.of real pleasure Is assured.
liion unpum wiai nasimi e, rjun...i.v rranKiin nt. iiev ,,. ,A juiies, i-ni.ur. - .... . i. I nxk v. rrl'. Tent,roaalvo
veloped. to such proportions that It Sunday. Our regular meeting day.
seems almost impossible for tnem to thene, there will ibe cluBier . at tne .
get out of the state.
Dies in Chicago, 111.
Mr. George Porterfleld died in Cni
cago, May 31st at the residence of his
sister Mrs-' Jennie Porterfiflld Law
lence, 31151 Calumet Ave. ter a lin
gerini; illness. Mr. F(;ri"rOeld ionics
feom one of the oldest and best fami
lies of Nashville. He was the son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rufus Porterfleld and
brother of Mrs. L. C. Lawrence; for
merly Miss Jennie Porterfleld.
Mrs. Lizzie Woods hns returned to :
her home from Bradyyllle, where
she stayed till he was able to ge
home. She is doing nicely today. Ev
erybody is well so far as we know at
this time dn our community. w
Mrs. Lethia Garner has been visit
ing her brother and mother and Bister
and has returned to her home : t.
Christiana. Mrs. Mary Brandons was
able to be at Sunday School Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Taylor' daughter, Mabie,
is visiting home from Mmrfreesbore.
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