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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917.
u. and 7 :."W . lu ; A. O. K. Lvxgu to
p. m.; Trustee ltmrd 1st Mont)? olitnt
cliw meeting Thursday night; Stewardew
meeting ererjr Tucedj 3 p. m. ; cuolr re
hearsal Friday nlKut
St. rniiupa. ml Nero. (Texas), kuo
day lefTlces 11 a. m. and 8 p. tu. : Sun
day KcLool 9 :30 a. m. ; t'hrlnttan Knrie
vor T p. n. ; claw mmlni; Thursday night
Kev. il. u MH-arx, raster.
St. Peter A. M K. Church. 4 nillea o
the White Creek Tike gtiiHta.T School :'
a. til.; preaching 11:30 a. m. ; Allen
Christian Kmleavor 7 t. ni. : proaolani:
8 . lu. Itt'V. J uini'S I.. Martin. Pastor.
Kint Uock. Suudsy services 11 a. m
and V p. in. ; Sunday School 9 .30 a. lu. .
class meeting Friday night.
Corinthian Baptist Church. W. KashTiUe. ;8 p. m. Similars communltn serTlcea ererv ICIiriirH WIincTOKY.
Bar. A. T. Murray, 1'astor. HeT. S. S. 1'ase first Sumlur. Iter. Joseph Kell. 1'astor"; Houses of Worship of the various Denoml
t I l'ruf. A. A. Itennelt. Sunt. Sunday School, nations In lireater Nashville, givlas the
MimiOTAKY BA1T1ST CHURCHES.
alt OUt Bantlat Churcli
Clark. D. !., 1'astor. Sunrise
ins. vanaaj Scoool 9 :80
lew. 11 :uu a. m. and 8 :00 n.
biiwi vry 1st Sunday. 3 :00 p. ni. ; day School.
Prayar aad Taachera' meeting Tuesday! West Xnshville. Sunday school 9:30 a.
IgM: Preaching Thursday night, l'hlllm. ; preaching 11 a. m. a'nd 8 p.m.: Tues-
Lwugiaas, lasrcn ciera. u. r. Maker, oupt. nlKht prayer services, Wednesday nlsht to 10:45 a. m. : Devotion and sermon ev
naya Avenue Baptist cnurcn, hut preaching: eommuniln services everv nrst prT Sundav. 11 a ni. to 1:00 p. m. : B.
Kayaa Ava. Sinday school 9:45 a. ni.jSerT. , Sund:u'. Iter. 1. C. Sherron. Pastor; Mr. ' :ob p. m io 8:00 p. m. Devotion
Ice 11:90 a. ra. aad 8:00 p. in.: Prayer y h. Williams, Superintendent Sunday 'nnd sermon 8:00 p. m. to 9:30 p. ni. Com
meeting- Thursday nliiht ; Teachers' meet- School. miinlon each first Sunday :00 p. m
' Mr- M,tl HwJmo,,1' Mt. f.Head S. II 111 Street. Sunday school j Touchers- Meeting 7:30 p. m. to 8:30 P
krv. ni,;,!.. nw-h v..i,.iii. 9:30 a. ni. : preachlni! 11 a. m. and 8:30 ,m. Prayer meeting 8:30 p. m. to 9:30 p m
S,?:..?? h"lh n. in. Sundavs; communitn services every 1st ilicv. .1. R.Kvans. A. M., Pastor. Mr. Her
t X. a. V; ;rVl :TUr Vnd . "ft N. T. S.oners. Pastor; Mr. r. bert Cunningham. Sec.
I :ot p. ra. ; prayer meeting Wednesday i " , ,
night; Choir relienrsal Thursday night;! 1'llgriin I-.manuel. Sunday School 9 :.i0
r-chers- Meeting Friday night. A. W. Kite, l- : preaching 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. in.
ttf ! Sundays. Mrs. J. I!. Ilryant Miperintendont
pWnrt Street Ilnrtlst Church, Iter. Wm. ' Sunday School. Rev. A. Phillips, Pastor.
avBM- Tastor. Sunday School 8 :S0 a. m. ; I K.cr Williams I niverslty Campus. Sun
1 1 :uu a.
June 27 at the Awusliuent Hall. Cor-
hi icuur buiu iia Ave. iN. 1T1DIIC IS
invited. Come have a good time with
Anthnoy L. Porter, C. C.
Prince A. Bowman, K. R. and S.
L. D. Howse, Chairman and M. of P.
Shiloh Baptist Church .
I Free Silver Plan Mission. Sundav school ! """V"" e 'i "
. Iter. C. II.! t 9:30 a. m. : preaching U a. m. ami "J. . .
Prayer meet- 1 8:30 p. m. Sundays ; communltn servi. es ' ' X. "m. of vour P.stor'anneara In
m.: sery-, every nrs, nuay. hot. jk c. iiaynes. - - - - . Ed
m.: Corn- l asior: Jir. it. t.iay sicuenry, buih buu- i - -
Sylvia St. I'.apllst Church. Cor. flth St
and She'tiv Ave. Sunday School 9 :30 a. in
m. and 8:00 p. 'day School 9 :30 a. in.: It. Y. P. I'. 7 p. ni.
Our Pastor, Rev. Jesse P. Price,
who has heen sick these six weeks
is up and will be out with his meiii'
bers and friends Sunday. Uev. W. A
MeKissark nreaehed at eleve-i o-
also Thursday night. Prayer Meeting l)r A M. Tovnsend. President : Key J. 11.
Tuesday nltit. R. T. P.rown. Church Clerk. , l'.vans. Dean.
Mlly f Talley. 5th Avanne Haptlat : a. M. K. ZION
Chnrch. th Ava., South. Rev. a W. Haw I ,,u ,.,,,., r.hr,.i, c,,, i.en-i. .,.. short clock and at S o'clock n. m. Child'pns
-Mi - 'ionTJ I, a 1 Sunday School 9 a. ui. Proa clung 11 a. lu. . pav exercises were conducted by Mrs.
, p. in. iviimiijs. uev. .. . inn, i asior. ro.,Q Rrririi..a nd a, Rtov 1. K nC.
I ' ,.n l' ..ip,. , nw.M,ll .-.... " .- -
I. m. and 8 :90 p. m : Sunday School 9 :.W
i. m. : choir rehears I buraday night. Mar-
Rint J, i.nreh ions oth 1 Av"1"'- nr nMi Sun5ly rvlce 11 a. Tile church was crowd
T'stT'snnTv PA 19 8ti11 011 tlie lTk
0: services Sunday 11:00 a. , 1 A.i V"V. V .... .. I E. L. Ki
faret Thanpson, Snpt.
L H. M. Rnrua,
ichool at 9 :0 ; services Sunday 11:00 a.
o. and 8:00 p. an.; Thursdny 8:0f p. m. ;
l. Y. P. U. ft :0 Sunday. Teachers' meet
ing Wednesday night ; Prayar Meeting
Tuesday night : Choir rehaeranl Friday
night. Lord's Supper every 1st Sunday
8 :0d p. m. Mrs. A. W. Marshall, Church
tiers, tienry a., k e services 11 :30 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Second Raptist, steveas St., Corner De- r
Inge. Ptinday School 9 :30 a. m. ; aervlces i
11 a. m. and 8:30 p. ra. Sundays; prayer SEVENTH DVY ADVBXTIST
uiuer ,i. u. I'nsent, 1'astor.
The church was crowded. Our cliurc'i
Holy Family. .143 Third Avenue N.. Sun- i
day services 10:30 a. m. Key. Father
Holiness. tio." Twelfth Avenue, N. Sunday
E. L. King, Reporter.
Special Services At St.
Paul Sunday Morning.
WAS SJ SIGK HE
COULDN'T Sll UP
Hav ng Hemorrhages Every
ay and Weighed Only
75 Pounds. .
The weather was ideal Sunday for
services and the Sunday school was
well attended. At the eleven o'clock
hour the congregation was delighted
with the noble and inspiring sermon
preached by Rev. Bryant. Rev. Bry
ant also conducted the service at
n'uht. in the absence of Rev. C. C. ! .
Roland who was called to Lewisburg I
niKWli81crwctereturn ln t,me ror tlie i ow Going Carpsnte Work After
The Daughters of Comfort a Sun-'
lay school Auxiliary met at the!
church and the meeting was called to '
order by the President, Mrs. Stubble-;
field. Devotional exercises were held
and the minutes read and adopted. All
HS G'HED 57 PCUIiDS
Having . aKen Four Btttles
L( Lung Vita.
Phone Main 389
416 Fifth AVt'im
Lee y Company
Funeral Direelo'S rnd lir.balir.eis
Calls Promptly Answered at All Hours.
G.iu: 4.1 Neii! r
State of Georgia who own motor cars
to arrange to attend the Chattanoo
ga meeting in much the same way af
did the party from Oklahoma last
year. Dr. C. H. Johnson of Atlanta,
Mr. J. H. Jones, who lives at 1707
unfinished business was turned over to Underwood street, wrote us about his : nd p, g jj Bowden of Oriflln
he Executive Board. The welcome ad- brother's experience with Lung-Vita i.aan J'a ' .0to i!h
3 ou u",iv",!l! "J "'rs- Je3SlB the other day as follows: "My Drotner, Llnd8ay and invitations are to be ex-
v.. ..v. v.m'.l... . ii.u HicciiiiB Air tjnas, jones, nau wnat me auctors
was held for the purpose of raising calie(j tuberculosis or consumption,
money to build a widow's and Orphans aml ,ttas down in bedi not abie t0 sit
home and an Industrial School for the . 0n , , . sr. inw that
Pennellton and others .',!,,, ul,h htm at niirht.
It3 ,AW HIllltlQ MIJ " V u - u "
Theological Seminary Pur
(Continued from Page 1.)
preached a strong sermon.
; He was having hemorrhages, three or
1 four each day. and weighed only sev
A. . mm w rwm . . .1UU1 CttUI UOJ. flllll " t'hUtU UIJ
1 hlirrh nr fhp rln v I rimrv enty-five pounds when he began tak- iace ijice Atlanta and then go to
, " T V ,V, rr , 7 in I-ung-Vila. He took four bottles rh-mnnn-a in a body. An exhlbl
U'.e t hurcn or the iiijiy Trinity and ,8 entirely cured and now weighs ' tion of 40 or 50 automobiles owned
living Avenue and Sixth avenue S., 137 pounllSj aa mm.n as he over weigh- j t.,, vprwi will no doubt make a
iiu ikcy. i.iuici .... m. iiiieui iriicBi- y.,. y.ta Yr.ii can sp h in at the r,rrf nniifl Imnrpoalnn at Phnttanooea.
nurnose of raising fifty thousand dol-
tended to the representative citizens j tan itc . pay nJ' P 1uilndaiBead-
Valdosta, etc ty are tQ be e,ecte(, It ls an.
It is Mr. Lindsay's purpose to have ; nounge(l that the school will be la
me panics irom me various rung m . operalion BOon after the meeting or tne
rr-orriR nscemhle at some specific j Na)ionai Convention which will be
held in Atlanta, Georgia next Sep
tember. Telegrams of congratulations,
poured in all the week on those who-
remainei over, congratulating mem
'n-charge. Celebration of the Holy
i.i. ....... ..I.. -rt-. n ... i n
M"IBl '"'; Jiuruiug rraysr tx hfl ,g do the can)n
:iu i nurniiiii at n ociocn. nuDjeci oi . . ,. . ,,,, n , y,,m
New Stock Yards on Second avenue, i Aside from te features of the
upon the wise movement made by the
denomination. Dr. G. U. Prince, or.
;he morning theme: "The Two Great-
will tell you it saved his life."
inn Warfare." Evening Praver and uns-Y'U '8 8 Y & ,
Pne.nnn ..t R n'olni-lr A nrrfinl ,.1. nd dealers. 1AUVJ
come is extended to all to attend these
Sundav morning, June 24, a I 11:0
o'clock the discourse will he delivere
hv Pr. .T. C Caldwell, STretarv A.
C. K.. Special m isic a feature. The
luiblic is cordially invited to at tend
mention Tuesday nichta: preaohlni; i'hiira
day nlslita; cammualtn wryirea fyfry first Sehool (Saturday) at 9:45 a. lii. : p
fnsday. Itey. 1). H. Taylor. I) I) 1'astor; ing at H.13 a. m . prencliliig
Mire rH'reuce nnrnrii. ouperuiiemient aun- i,.,.g every Sunday eyenini at ! S 1 p i .
day ScliKol. Mrs. V it. Itajner Snpt. o'eloek. proceeded l- sons service, (Hoc- AnrifPW? I I'PnVl'PyiMl
Mne tSlen. ind Ave., s. and .NolensTllle trinal subjects are discussed at this liour i ; Jl TYHUICVVa 1 I COUji IC1 la.!
Pike. Sunday hcliool a-.M a. m.; prenclilns missionary mei'tins every fourth SaM.ntn rl 1
11 a m. and :oo p tn. Key. ,1. T. Tunstull. at u :15 . m. : praver moetlnc lnesd..f I miTTn
Jr. fastor. Monroe Mcliav. Sunt. -.a-. . m j . V11V(H11.
Mt. NeiM), X. V. Xaslivllle. Sunday schmd tice. All are welcome.
8:30 a. m. : services 11 u. m. nnd :
p. tn. Sunday; communltn aervlces everv i
first Sunday. Key. II. A. Alfred. Pastor. Mr. j COXGItKG ATIOXAL.
Ell Clesttett. Superintendent Sunday School. Howand Cont;rei.'anonal Clittrch, P'Jtli
Ililiri w liaptist i tiutch. Key. Wash si- i Aveuua N. near Church. Services Sundav
ion. Pnetor. Ill a. m. nnd 8 p. m. : Sunday School !:.
Hickoiv (Jrovc r.aplist Church, Key. I. S. ' m ' wmmunlon every lt Sunday 11
livi Pnator ia. m. : prayer meetine Wednesday nljilu.
,,' Z, : . ,,,,, Mist Frances Banks, Cburcu Orti. T. M
. ...on. ,M im'ii i-iieei, vol. lit" :,A r .
Aye., X. Sunday School 9 :;in n. m. ; preach
Inc 11 a. ni. and 8:0n n. m. Sundays. Hev.
J. A. 'trown. Pastor : 1!. P. Lockridu Super-
Third Sundav After Trinity (?'.
The ;s''e 1 Tcter 5:5-11.
The Gospel St. I.uke ir.:1-Vi
Mo ii'm To; ic: "Ways o; Servin-'
Evening; 'Tod's Interest in Sit
The Yv'uma.i's Missionary Baptist
City Uuion will hold their quarterly: League in previous years
Friday July 6, 1917. at Mt.
Bi. i ti . . meeting, rriuaj juiy u, mil, a. iui.
hnd Harris m the Litv. : KaDtiat Church' Rev- Brown: the subscription list of the theological and
..'., pastor at 2 o'clock p. m. All the Board TPii TMTMn S1T1UTV AT?Y OP THE NATIONAL
meeting which have been enumerated j g) j08ephi MiSSOuri chairman of 'the
ahovo. the entertainment committee , ..., nna.A anl nr navld
of the Chattanooga League is arrang-; bner of Conroe Texas, secretary of
In" a program of social features en-tne Educational Board called their
tirely in keeping with the entertain- j Board togoJier immediately after the
ments received ty the Business I coMummaflftn of this deal I to organ
tor me active serviuw. mo .uno iu&
Blind Harris the Wonderful Musi- members, ollloers,
l and singer who has been rravell-
':v? nil tin! last winter stopped off in
' e city to visit his sister, Mrs. Sarah
" i e for a few days, ho is in route back
) his home in Indianapolis, Ind. After
members of the auxiliaries are re-
HuOi el to attend this meeting as it;
,i ;he last meeting before the State!
Convention convenes. Business of im-J
:u ca that must be attended to will:
TRAINING SFMINA FY O THE NATIONAL
enjoyed a successful concert come up in this meeting, Friday night :
intendent Sunday School.
I"n irn.1.1. Mindav School 9:30 a. m. : ser
vices 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sundays ; com
mttnlon services every first Sunday. Uev.
J. H. Stutton, Pastor. .1. It. Caruthers,
Superintendent Sunday School.
North Sixth Street, Kast Nashville, Snn
flay School 9 :80 a. m, ; services 11 a. in.
and 8 p. m. Sundays ; Communion every
rst Sunday. Itev. Joseph Tunstull, Pastor.
v. w. steward, supt.
uon. risk iniverslty campus, preacii- - . . i ri j
aervlces at 11 a.m. followed hy Sun IUr, A M H I hllvrh
School. Y. M. C. A. and C. K. Meet Ol. 'Ollll r. Tl. 1. Vv' (
nt Q a tn mkalnn CnnH.tir C.ih.M.l '
Sundav at It o'clock. Rev. C. J. W.
Boyd dcliverel the meae -c t" ho
remcmbei'C'l at eisht o'clock. Rev.
Union. Flak University Campus. Preach
Inc at 9 a. tn. ; mission Sundav School
p. as. ; prayer meatinj Wednesday at 6 :4
p. in. .1. X. Haskell. Pastor; F. A. Mc
Kenzle, President; Hev. G. W. Morrow.
."mIuVs rhr20irTw.fth Avenue Boyd again p-mred out his elonue.ee
X. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. ; preaching : and truly Bovd can ho styled the Pul
11 a. m. ; Y. 1'. S. C. E., 6 p. m, ! pit Orator nf Beiumont Texas, a'ld
- j one of the Demost hones of the Ka-
pnFSP.YTEKIAN ! tional Baptist Conve'itinn. At 9:"fl the
St. Andrew Presbyterian Church. Cor. Rreat Sunday School worker, Bro. J.
T. Eueene of Kv., revlewe 1 the lessnn.
Rock City, Sunday School 9 :,"!0 ; services
11 a m and 8 p tn. Sundays; prayer Hth Avp ,, (;,1T Rteret. Rev. S. Jackson.
mtlna Tuesday nldits: nrenchlni: lhurs- Mii,.,r T,,i,.,,h'n. r qaon n,i,i.
day nights. Hev. A. w. Wilson, Pastor. ichool 9:80 a. m.; servicM 6:10 a. m!, and maile very encouraging remarks
nnwkiua oi., nuuuuy ciiooi w a. in.. 11 n, A a An : Thursday 7 :20 : c hoir 1 of tho tirlninrv p ooa nf which St
,S,',!'V!':.:. r$l Tuesday and Saturday evening Johll , - u . ' R v , jj Sm'th the
aervjecf. 11 a. in. and M p. in
weesiy meetmes weuncsuay nnd rrmay; phurch open dally
j. i. ii -.nun:. I'asior; m. snrru-in
The Church of the Urine Cad. 54 4th pastor nas renirne-i irom rne trustee
Ave., S. (C. W. F. F.) Rev. w. E. Howen, : meeting and Bishops council of Shelby-
lherforce, Ohio. He re-
meeting from each and
Lake Providence ; Knd of .Nolensv lie Pike. Sunday SchoM 9:30 a ra. ; services i vip Wil
Sunday School 9:30 n. m. preaching aerv- 11 m nn.l T -an n m Thor,l,. u n M11L
ices li a in. and 8 p. ra. ; Key. K. S.vift. SZX CiHb S " f-jPa
ladles S. 8. Club Thursday 4 :30 P
Y. P. P. Club Sunday 4 :30 p. m.
Pastor, 1013 Joe Johnson Avenue. G. Owens,
Cumberland Valley Baptist Church, Sun
day School 9 :H0 a. in. ; preaching services
11 a. ui. and S p. m. Uev. Isaac Shcrmnn. COT.niSF.n METHODIST EPISCOPAL
The St. John Haptlat Church. Pearl Street I,nne Tabernacle, Spring ft. Snnday
between 11th and 12th avenues. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. : preaching 11:30 a. ni.
school at 9:8(1. Preaching at 11 a. m. nnd nnd 8 p. m. sjpwnrtb League meeting nt
8 p. m. Covenant meeting every first Sun- ii :t0 n. m. : r.rayer meeting every Wednes
day night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday day nt 8 o'clock.
right feathers' meeting, Wednesday night. Phillips Chapel, 8 Whnrf Ave. Sunday
Preaching every Thursday night. Rev. W. School 9 ::10 n. m. : C. K. League 7 p. m. :
H. Whlttaker. 1'astor. A. L. Prennn, Supt. Class meeting Tuesday night; lilble Class
Antloch, 110(1 Archer Street. Sunday Wednesday night.
School 9:80 a. m. ; preaching services 11 Capers Chapel. Church St. Preaching nt
a. m. and 8 p. ni. Sundays. Rev. G. W. 11 a. m. nnd 8 p. m. ; Sundny School 9:30
Davis, Pastor. a. m.j C. K. League 7 p. m. ; Tuesday nlglit.
First Street Baptist Church, Near First diss meeting; Wednesday 3 p. m., ISihle
St. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m. 1st Sunday; 8 p. m. Sundny night, B. I'.HsrOI'AL.
8. Btubbleflfld Pastor. S. Gregory, Supt. Church of the lloly Trinity. Ewlng
First liaptlst. Brentwood, Sundav Schlol I Avenue and Sixth Avenue 8. The Itev.
9:80 a. m. ; church services 11 a." in. and Flmor M- M. WTiRht, Priest In Charge.
8 p ai No rastor elehratlm and Holy Eucharist nnd Ser
- ' ' V , ,x ;mon 11 n. m. : Sunday school 9:30 n. m.
Mt. Arrea Baptist Church, fey. P. W. Evening Song firn Sermon 8 p. ni. A church
Butler, Pastor. Sunday School 0:30 a. ui. . -wi( welcon e to nil
services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 0. ' mi'TIKUiIST FPlSf'flPXf
Drske. Supt. Prayer Meeting Tuesdny night, r ' ,- .,,! 1' Memorial 3ns Franklin 5t" in
Preaching Thursday night. Couiuii.o.n ev- j, "j 7'' Mm. Sunday
ery first Sunday night. lU'n , ,, - .;, p B1- w;u s,nh.
Mt. Zlon Baptist Church, Smyrna, lt v. lens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Green, ClsrU : I'rot
W, 11. Whlttaker, Pnstor. , 'I . B. Hardlmnn, Superintendent of Sun-
Hopewell Baptist Church, Rev. ,T. Ii. Rid- (lav School,
ley. Pastor. Ii. Griffin. Snpt. I P.raden Chapel. 705 Georgia Street, Snn-
Foster Chapel. 103 Lewis Street, Sunday day services 1 1n. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. Rev
School 9:30 0. ni. ; preaching services 1 1 1 W. V. Mitchell, Pnstor.
a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. G. U. Uolden. Pastor. I Guidon Chapel. Herman St.. near Pros
says he is home now to enter Into a
great work for St. John. Rev. Smith
is an energetic wide-awake high-class
ideal Christian gentleman and means
elevation to any people.
Jit. Olive Baptist Church.
Service 1 at the .Mt. Olive Baptist
"ui.ch i'unday morning during the
0 ;i !i of the National Baptist Sun
lay School Congress were very im-
e;:;ivo i uleo l. Tho weather during
1 e C u:."tu3s week was ideal and Sun
lay morning found nearly every seat
i the historic church taken by fer-o.i-
e: oivhippers. The opening music
m io:nle.e 1 by the choir after which
.e win have a seiinon by one of our
iioie.l divines, also an excellent pro
gram will be rendered.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBE THE AMOUNTS OPPOSITE OUR
NAMES TO BE PAID IN ONE, TWO, THPEE AND FOUR YEARS,
THE SAME TO BE EVIDENCED IN FOUR OR FIVE PROM-
IS0RY NOTES ACCORDING TO AMOUNTS
CHATTANOOGA WILL ENTER
TAIN THE NATIONAL NEGRO
bUSINfcSS LEAGUE THIS YEAR.
Rev. Edw, P. Jones, Box 412, Vicksburg, Miss $ 50-0.00
Pev. 11. IT. Bovd: 523 Second Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. ,500.00
Rev. J. W. Ilurse, 800 Independence Ave., -Kansas
The 18th Annual Session of tho! ev. t.. U rnnce, v,ir dones ourei, ou
National egro liusiueas League wui Rev. C. II. Clark, 523 Second A.ve. N., Nashville, lenn.. .
convene in Chattanooga August j Henry Allen Boyd, 523 2nd Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. . .
Lincoln Association and Avenue L. Baptist Church, Gal
veston, Texas, bv Rev. H. M. Williams, 2610 L St.. .
S. S. Congress of Texas Rev. S. R. Prince, 915 E. 15th
St., Ft. Worth Texas
Rev. S. S. Jones, Muskogee, Okla ; . .
Rev. J. L. Harding, 2714 Jefferson St., Nashville, Tenn.
Rev. D. Abner, Care Conroe College, Conroe, lexas
iti, 17. The Business i.eaue has al
ways endeavored to keep before tue.
Luuiury me loost rel.abie facts of tho
1-e pasior Dr. C. H. Clark read the Negro s progress, and the program
c 'pturci. Praver was offered after lor thls -year " "iclude a numbei
hich tlie whole congregation joined 'utue topmost leaders of both races
i chant ing the Lord's Prayer. Rev. wh0 wlu discu33 in a spirit of help
W. Ilurse. D. D., of Missouri was. r"1"0t8t a constructive program for
K , i... . thA rilCfl flllrino' Ida nrAaanl it-lula
iiieached a throughlv eniovahle ser- The affiliated organizations of the; Rev.. Robt. H. Plttman, Ft. Myers, 1( la.
.ii iiti i'iiiiiti iiMiim ill I mm KMriiiiin inn . . .
;.eat 0Wnn. played by Miss Mary Wal- f, " .a, , "li?rB, Rpv. Robt. Mitchell. 324 E. 5th St., Lexington, Ky
er swelled forth and the worshippers Association, the National Negro Re-! Rev. E. H. Branch, 1019 Dowlinjr St., Houston, Texas, .
heviis lnei raSnu tail Merchant8' Association, the Na- Rev. Chas. J. W. Boyd, 408 Cliff St., Ft. Worth, Texas. .
'"el by iirV b S' S -S lKJVT?' TA8S0Aciatl"n' Rev. J. S. Earl, 543 S. Liberty St., Spartanburg S. C.
-uskogee Oklahoma. She sang very C'&Vn Rev. F. H. Cook, 1215 Wright Ave.,. Little Rock, Ark..
sweetly and feelingly "Angels Get My at the Bame tlme a8 in former Rev. L. Drane, 1948 Walnut St., Chicago, 111.
League, which .include the National! pev. E. R. Carter, 71 Tatnalls, St., Atlanta,
oirrA'fiTieoTvQrt6 aIoI'!" Rev. M. E. Robinson, 910Swartz St., Houston, Texas.'
peer. Sunday services 11 n. m. nnd i -'M
p. h. Uev. .7. W. SatterMeld. Pnstor.
llr.i.hanl s I impel. -j rimDie s. W. t or
Thns. (.iroom, Snpt
Ita9 Street, Sunday School !) :.in a. m.
preiieliloi! services 11 fl. m. nnd S p. m.
Sundays. liev. v. I tn uii.-s, 1'astor. Geo.
I'lfteentii Anue liaptlst Church. 40li
l.llll Ave.. X. Her. A. W. Porter, Pastor.
Sunday School !l :;;o n. in.: services 11 a.
in. and 7 ::ui i. m. : Thnrnlay niu'lit : prayer .
meetine Tuesday niu'ht; Choir rehearsal,
Krklay nlpht. Y. n. .Moore, Supt.
Third Avenue linwist Church. pl!(l ."In I
Ave.. N. itev. J. r,. Itnrdlnir, 1. !., Pastor. 1
Sunday School !l ::m a. tn. : services 1 1 n.
in. ami x p in. : Ii. V. I'. I,'. It p. tn. ; prayer
uieetliiir Tuesday nisrlit: Choir rehearsal
Thursday niulit. E, S. Shuttle. Supt.
I'loiiK.-Mit Creen Haptlst ''liurch, liev. .1.
C. Fields. I',. I).. Pnstor. Sundav Scl I
U :".0 a. in.: services 11 a. b. nnd 8 p. m. , i
prayer uieetlnu Tuesday night: Teachers '( HtllSTlAN' CIIT'ItCIIKS
niHi'iinir nun 1 noir rehearsal rriuay nlglit
First Baptist Church East
"Faith, The Currency of the Skies,"
will be the subject of Rev. W. S. Elling
ton's discourse Sunday morning. At
night he will discuss. "The Art of
Catching Men." The church nnd Sun
day School are preparing for their out
ing which will take place at Hadley
Park, Monday July 2, 1917.
:i?ma'x0?o ."tffof JU'andUffi T JL VW.. Kev. A., A, Mathews, 341 W. Fair St Atlanta Ga
mo auv-iiuoutD tnio j'cu.r win mi siii-i
The comiiiK of this ereat National nna thnf
District Quarterly Meet
The District Quarterly meet'i- of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Stone
River Association will hi he'1 .Tulv
2!th nt the Fifth Aven-ie Baptist
Church, Uev. E. W. Hawthorne, pas
Mrs. G. B. Patterson, Fresident.
Hnpiist Sunday School Congress has hlstorv of the Ieaeiin.
ee:i an impetus in the life of the , This promises to be one of the
thurch and the auxiliarriesh under the ! "inst r-rofHnble sess'ons in the his
e: l of their various perisents and the tory of the League. Mr. J. C. Napier
bi.u1 Duireivmiuu ui me pasior nas is asking the co-operation of all bus
worked as never before. The Sunday
chnyl room of, the church has been
completely renovated and painted the
.ork being done by the deacons at odd
moments. The main auditorium was
'leaned and renovated. A new carpet
vas laid and every thing was in readi
ness for the reception of the guests
fiom the various states represented.
the attendance this year will far su -f t?av V. W TTawt.hnrne. 730 Winter St... Nashville, Tenn
Rev. W. M. Clark, Houston, Texas ..z... iu:.uu
Pev. W. T. Mills, Memphis, Tenn 100.00
Mrs. F. V. Pollard, 14C8 Forest St., Beaumcnt, Texas. . 100.00
F'ev. A. W. Pemey, Shelby, Miss 1C0.0O
Rev. Wm. Hicks, 3422 12th St., Meridian, Miss 100.00
A. H. Gentry, Little Rock, Ark 100.00
Rev. J. H. Buford, Box 52, Rosedale, Miss, (pay soon) 100.00
Rev. T. A. Brown, Walter Hill, Tenn 100.00
Rev. B. J. West, Springfield, Tenn.; 100.00
P.natnn J. Prince. 215 Leavett'St.. Chicago. Ill 100.00
fniK pnnrprn "nnil feionrlu tn tyiqIo I
this the banner year. A very inter
'st'ng program will be arranged.
Here are Bome of the features of the
1. The first evening session, Au
gust 15th, will probably be devoted
to a brief discussion of the Negro
migration, and President Napier will
V Hill. Sunday services 11 n. m. nnd 7 :." : Mieninnim Kot-vfiot
p. n-. liev. .I P. Price. I. P.. Pastor. IVllSSlODary DaptlSl '
Mayllcld, Siijierintendent of Sunday school.
ys I hapcl. ijreen street, cor. ran--Sundav
services 11 a. in. and 7 .'t.i
Itev. ii. T. Ilureh. p. p.. Pastor.
!!-vent!i Avenue M. E. Church. Sei
Ices 11 n. m. and S p. m. : Sunday School
'.i:i.Y S. M. Stfayhorne, Pastor.
Thompson Chapel. Walden I'nlversitj
Cemnus. Sunday School Oslo n. m. ; preaih-iiiL-11
a. in.: prayer services. 7 p. in. Sun
ih.y rniversity services nt the Mehnrr)
.Ni-d'toriiini on the seconil Sundav of em 'l
tin nth, 11 a. in. K-v. White. U p.. l-iusi
7 :H0. T.
K. Pickelson, Church Clerk. T.
McNah-y Hill, U'th Ave., N. Sunday
School II ::i0. ; pronrlilng 11 n. m. nnd
p. ui. Sundays. Services twice n week.
St. Luke, Lewis Street, Sunday School
9:30 n. m. : preachlni! 11:30 n. m. and X
I I.ea Avenue Christian Chnrcli. 700 l.c,i
j Avenue. Services Sundav il a. m. nnr. -
, p. ni Sunday School 0:30 a. tn. V
I People's Christian KndeavT- Society Sat'
day eveninj; nt 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting
! Wednesday night. Elder Preston Taylor.
, (lav Street Chrlstlm Clmreli. Fldi- 1
j.I. Smith, Pastor. Servioes 11 a. m. and
!m p in.: Sunday School 12:30; Wlllinc,
Workers Cluh every Tiiii'snay night: Pim-
p. m. Sundays. Pastor Itev. Henry Coving- I V 'i1" . 1. '"'T ,L l"Kl .
1.1. (handler. Clerk.
Pethel I-rlmltlve. Sunday School. 0:30; willow Street. S. Hill S. W. Corner First
a. m. : preaching services 11:30 a. m. and,A.fne. Sundav services 7.30 p. in.
8 p. m. Sunday. Chcreh nf ChrUt. Chutiotte nnd 4th
Mt. Morfah, 2107 Alameda St. Sunday I Avi nne North.
Sehoiil n::t() a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m.j
and 8 p. m. Sunday, 'aFIUCAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Pleasant Valley, Edgehlll Street. Sunday cill'KCHFS
and 8 p. m. Sunday. Itev. W. Wilson, Pnstor. n n m BIlfl 8 Sin,,.,v S(,ho, .
The I nited Primitive liaptlst, 42nd Ave.,1,,. m. : christian Endeavor meeting 7 p.m.:
S. h. Cor. Albion St., N. W.. Sunday Beliooi cii1sb nnrt prVer m;;etln' Thursday night.
9:89 a.m. : preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 , Uev S. J. Howard, Paitor
p. ai, SundajB, I - rin 1 1 - A. M. K. Sunn j School 0:30 .
West Nashville, Sunday School 0:30 a. 'm. S p. in. Rev. W. L towi-P, Pastor
m. : preaching 11 :30 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m., M-cnezer, Slones lliver Turnpike. Suu
prayer meeting Thursday night. day services 11 a. m nnd 8 p. m. ; Sunday
St. Ell Primitive, The lilble Pnnd meets '0 m3j'2?Jl
every Sunday evening at 5:30 o'clock, P n'-,-J s K"JVf. . .m.V .! ii u
taught by Slater Syhla Henderson. Every ! ."Ji1 J, r y 6 T- '
one Is Invited to meet us. The Sunday i s'"1:10' .'nsi,,.-f . v.u,.
School oriens everv Sundav mnrnlne- nt L St: I'"kp- . 1 lrsL Struct. W. Nflshvlllo.
:30. Superintendent Hev. rf. Y. Poulass, i J11"' "J Tn ?' !?,.? P- v,
Secretary Syhla Henderson. Preaching serv- i 5 "'' ' ,Stl,00I 0 ; " ttV ' " 'lJ.t
lcea 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
morning under the auspices of Elder U.
riopewell Rantlst Church, Pnnelson, Itev.
deavnr 7 p. m, Uev. James K. Childress,
Salem. Cor. 4th Ave-iue, North and Bu
(har.an St. Sundny :.ervietfc 11 a. m. ind
S n. m : Sundny Bchooi 0 :e0 a. m. ; Chrl
A. Abernathy, Pastor. G. Washington, Supt. Ulan Endeavor 7 p. m. : class meeting Thurg
Mt. Lebunon Baptist Church, Itrentwood, I dn night: prnyer rnJeting Tuesday night.
Rev. I. 8. Davti, Pastor. R.E. Hunt, Supt. Riv. A. Whltworlh. Pastor
Clifton A.onn. nntlt rn,,,reh Bv. : "vd St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Berv-
Johnson Graham, Pastor.
I Ices 11:30 a. m .nd 8 p. m. Sundny school
I O .in a m . fhfiatlnn INiilavan. 7 n m
PLtt.L rt .1 . 1. 1 , , wm 1 1 1 1 1 .' ' . .
annua iinjium. vnurcu, uuning Miu i"". class Meeting Thursday nlglit; Hev. W. A.
Rev. C. C. Roland, Pastor. Anderson, Pastor.
Tenth Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. H. I i-ynes Chanel. Cur. 7t'i loS Winter 8.
Muggins, Pastor. Servlceji 11 a. m. and 8 ' Sundaj services 11 a. ni. and 8 p. ui. i
p. B. ; Sunday School 8:45 ST m. Sundny school 0:30 a. ra. ; Christian I'."n-
iiienoi i p. m. ; cirsh nirciiug iiiuruay
I nlglit i prayer meeting Tuesday night Rev.
J. It. jonnson. 1), P., fattor.
Mt. View Baptist Church, Rev. W
Hall, Pastor. Clemmie R, Ross, Supt.
Mt. Bethel, East Nashville, Sunday
School 9:80 a. in.; services 11 a. m, nnd
8 p. m. Sundays; services Tuesday and
Thursday nights. Rev. D. A. Weakley, Pas
tor; Mr. W. O. Randolph, Supt. Sunday
Mt. Calvary. East Nashville. Sunday
School 0:30 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and
St James, Mooretom. Sunday service
11 a m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30
a. m. : Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Itev.
O. I. Jackson, Pnstor
St." John Church. Corner 8th Ave., N.
and Cedar St. Hev. J. M. Smith. Pastor.
Sunday School 0 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. : A. C. E. League 7 P-
8 p. m. Sundays: communltn services every, m- class meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. m
first Sunday. No pastor. St. Paul Church. Cor. 4Jh Ave., 8. and
Eion Baptist East Nashville, Sunday Franklin St. Rev. H. L. Jones, Pastor.
School 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and Sunday School 0 :30 a. m. ; services 11 a.
Sunday morning the possibilities of i deliver his annual address,
Annual Meeting of Baptists of Ten
nessee to be Held at Smyrna with
the lt. Zion Bap'ist Church.
Official notice of the annual men'
ilia of the Missionary Baptist stn'e
Convention to be held with the Mt.
Zion Paptist Church at Smyrna.
Tenn., has heen sent out by R-
J. L. Harding, D. D., president, of
the convention, and Rev 11 M.
Hums, D. T)., the' secretory. This
state meeting is to be hell Julv 11
1C, Inclusive. The Pev. W. H. Wh Ma
ker, who Is the pastor of the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church of Smyrna, is
co-o'ieratinn with the officers of the
State Convention in an eTort to make
it a bi-' success. In connection with
the convention proper there will bo
held the Women's Auxiliary to the
Convention, the B. Y. P. U. Conven
tion and the Sunday School Conven
tion. All officers of these various
auxiliaries are being urged to send
large representations. A special call
has been made upon the pastors and
moderators of the various associa
tions as well as the Sunday school
workers. It is also announced that
the railroads throughout the state
will grant special rates for the oc
casion. Any communication intend
ed for the Association is to be sent
to Rev. J. L. Harding, President,
2714 Jefferson street, Nashville,
Tenn., or to Rev. H. M. Burns, Sec
retary, 920 Tenth" avnue, South.
There will be a big, rousing rally of
the Baptist forces of the state in the
interest of a new educational move
ment that is reported to have just
been put over. It ia understood that
h get-together meeting of the forces
for the state was held during tho re
cent session of the Sunday School
"The Disciples in the Mountains" is
the subject of the pastor's sermon next
Sunday. This comes in a series of
religious discussions on Vacation in
terests. Good music and warm fellow
ship assured the worshippers.
he boy in Sunday school was fittingly
e:n nstrateil as the hundreds in at
'e;:dance at the regular Sunday school
h'liii- stood and watched the hundreds
if boys garnered from the four corners
f the city inarch out led by the Cadet
n.nul and perform their maneuvers in
front of the church. Sunday school
experts have declared that the youth
as a religious possibility demands
i'lmethhig to attract and hold his at
ention and this fact was proven Sun
day morning. Before the band had
played through the first four scores
oery hoy within five blocks of the
church was on the scene.
At the conclusion of the morning ser
vice Dr. Clark in well chosen words
.velconied the mauy distinguished visi
tors to the service and invited them
it any time they found themselves in
the city to worship with the people of
Rev. Jas. Kelley, 906 S. 12th St., Waco, Texas 100.00
Rev. V. S. Smith, Paducah, Ky 100.00
Rev. E. D. Hubbard, Box 444, Ocean Sprmgs, Miss iuu.uu
2. The three (3) silver cups of
fered by Mr. Allen W. ("lark, Chair
man of the "Clean Up and Paint Up"
I'ureau of St. St. Louis, Mo., for the
most effective work during the Na
tional Negro Health Week, which
was held April 22-28, will be award
ed to the three cities whose reports,
in tho judgment of the Committee of
Award, show the best results.
3. Mr. G. W. Franklin, Jr., President
of the Chattanooga Local Negro
Business League, in the report of his
arrangements, states that one session
i of the meeting will be held on top of
I Lookout Mountain, where one of the
most historic battles of the Civil
War was fought, the war whose con
elusion meant so much to the Negro,
and made it possible for the race to
be recognized today as a contributing
unit in American civilization.
At the first annual meeting of the
Georgia State Negro Business League,
Mrs. Edward Hunter, 1805 Church ! which wa-. organized on May 14, at
3treet, is very ill at this writing. I Savannah, Ga., Mr. J. C. Lindsey was
Mrs. Ksther C. Ray and Miss Caro-1 elected Secretary of the League,-and
l'ne Catron left the city this week! his first effort was to call attention
for Chicago, 111., to visit their aunt to the magnificent impression made
Visa Magdalene Walker. They will; at Kansas City last year by the dele
ul o visit their aunt, Mrs. Martha ; gatioh from Oklahoma coming to Kan
Driver, at Harbor Point, Mich., where j sas City in their autos.
they will spend the rest of the sum- Mr. Lindsay has invited a large
mer. 1 number of his friends throughout the
Rev. K. D. Britt,
No. 103 K. of P. 1st annual enter
tainment will be given Wednesday,
To ;hc llaptist Host of Tennessee, Greetings:
The Missionary Baptist State Con
vention of Tennessee
. will meet In . I
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Wed, Before the Third Sunday in July, 1917
REV. W. H. WHITTAKER, Pastor
The Woman's Auxiliary to the State 'Convention, the
B. Y. P. U. and Snnday School Convention and all
Moderators of Associations, Churches, Pastors and all
Auxiliaries of the Baptist Churches are urged and re
quested to be present. For further information, mt te
II. M. BURNS, Secretary
920 10th Ave., Sooth . :: . Phone M. 2750
KEY. J. L HARDING, President
2714 Jefferson Street.
Rev. W. J. Ballou. Milledeeville. Ga
Rev. S. P. Harrison, R. 1, Box 43, Muskogee, OWa.
Rev. J. A. Sharpe, 523 Second Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn
Rev. G. H. Mitchell, Evansville, Ind
.T P TCnowio. US TCiiford St.. Beaumont. Texas
Rev. H. .M. Burns, 920 10th St., Nashville, Tenn.. . . . . 100.00
Mrs. H. M. Burns, 920 10th St., Nashville, Tenn 100.00.
Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Ladell, 413 Crowder St., Dallas, Tex. 100.00
Rev. J. M. Royston, Box 217, Somerville, Texas 100.00
E. N. Armstrong, Box 134, D'Lo, Miss. . .' 100.00
Rev. F. P. Oliver, Box 103, Munson.-Fla 100.00
Rev. M. L. Taylor, Munson, Fla 100.00
Rev. D. J. Mincey, Holts, Fla. 100.00
North Texas Association, Rev. S. R. Prince, 915 E. 15,
Ft. Worth, Texas 100.00
Rlev. W. S. Ellington, 523 2nd Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. 100.00
Rev. A. C. Williams, 1530 6th Ave., Birmingham. Ala. 100.00
Rev. J. T." Tunstull, Jr., 317 N. 6th St., Nashville, Tenn. 100.00
Mrs. N. H. KeebJe, Glencoe, 111 , 100.00
Rev. E. M. Wood, Maben, Ala 100.00
Rev. R. B. Shiner, Box 611, Yoakum. Texas 1M.O0
Rev. S. A.. Pleasant, Jr., Cuero, Texas 100.00
Rev. E. L. Cleggett, 927 28th Ave., Nashville, Tenn.. . 100.00
Mrs. Florilla J. M. Powell, Millstrap, Ala 100.00
Rev.i E. W. Bowen, South Carolina 100.00
Rev. H. A. Alfred, c o Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Nash
ville; Tenn ioo.or
.Rev. John S. Slaughter, 2910 Jefferson St., Nahville,
Tenn . lw.uu.
Rev. G. W. Bolden, 103 Lewis St., Nashville, Tenn. . . . 100.00
Rev. J. T. Tunstull, Sr., 817 N. 6th St.; Nashville, Tenn. 100.00
A Lady Friend : 100.00
Wm. H. Harrison, Oklahoma City, Okla 100.00
Rev. T. J. James, Bessemer, Ala 50.00
Rev. C. F. Whittenburg, Spartanburg, S. C 50.00
Rev. K. E. Thornton, 2834 Belmont Place, New
- Orleans, La
Rev. A. A. Banks, Muskogee, Okla 50.00
Rev. T. H. Borders, Greer, S. C
Rev. J. C. Harding. 2714 Jefferson St.. Nashville, Tenn,
Rev. G.'F. Watson, Louisville, Ky. 50.00
Rev. G. W. Millstrapp, Little Rock, Ark 50.00
Rev. J. P. Cain, Reform, Ala. 50.00
Rev. L. C. Herring, Bombay, Fla 50.00
Rev. Jno. C. Fields, 2030 Jefferson St., Nashville, Tenn. 50.00
Prof. G. W. Williams, 1020 Swartz St.," Houston, Texas 50.00
Rev. T. C. Phillips, Union, S. C. . 50.00
Mt. Pisgah, Baptist Church, Rev. S. R. Prince, 9l5 E. ,
15 Street, Ft. Worth, Texas . . . .T. 50.00
A. D. Butler, Alexandria, La 50.00
Mr. Joe Shutte, Nashville, Tenn 50.00
Prof. H. B. P. Johnson, Reeves Station, Muskogee, Okla. 50.00
Rev. L. R. W. Johnson, Lynchburg, Va. . . 50.00
Rev. H. B. K Brown, Alexandria, La . 50.00
Mrs. Norvella Hunter, 918 Jackson St., Nashville.
' Tenn . R0.00
Rev. !RL L. Crittenden, Shelby, Miss., Box 485. . . 50.00-
Rev. S. E. Charleston, Wrightsville, Ga. " 25.00
Dr. J. H. Hale, 410 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn. ..... .... 25.00
Rev. F. K. Skinner, Conroe, Texas 25.00
Mrs. W. T. Mills, Memphis, Tenn 25.00
Rev. 'R, McCbrkle, Mound Bayou, Miss.,. 6 The Gazette 25.00
Miss Gemelia Logan, Spartanburg, S. C. 25.00