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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 20, 1917.
p. a.: TtmIm Beard 1st Wvader tuM ;
elaaa Basis! at Than day at; Stosrareei
saeeoaa eeary YhNij 1 p. at. ; caetr
bnti Friday Bight
St. Phllae Ut Neae (Tnu). 'Bar
day l'im 11 1 a. aad 8 p. aa. : Saa
day school ( It a. at. ; Christiaa Kim
var T p. a. ; class Mating Thursday Bight.
Rer. ai. L. Spears, Pastor, i
Bt. IVter A. M B. Churrk. 4 Bile aa
the Whit Cmk Pike Suaday School W
. m. ; preach la 11:30 a. m. : Alloa
Christian Karieaver 7 p. m. ; preachlag
8 p. m. Rev. Jm L. Martin. Pastor.
Flat Rack. Sunday serviced 11 a. as.
and ' p. m. : Sunday School 9:30 . aa. ;
(bil meeting Friday night
tits; this third Quarter. Pastor and all
delegates are off for District Confer
ence. The Lawn Fete on Fisk Campus
Thursday evening, July 12th given by
the choir was quite a success. Mrs.
Albert Duncan, the energetic little
chorister, and hustling organist, made
good time with her corps of ot work
ers. The result was $7.S3.
Corinthian Baptist Chares. W. Nashville, . lit. Calvary,
Eat Nashville. Sunday ! CIU'RCH PI RECTORY.
Je. A. 9. Murray, Pastor, tier. S. & Paae ! School SO a. m. ; preaching 11 a. at. and Houses of Worship of the various TVnomt-
VV. t p. m. Sundays ; coaisiuultn aervlcee every nation in C.reater Nashville. Hiving the
MIM TON ART BAPTIST cnrCHH I lrt Suaday. No pastor. I location of tlie church lth the hour of
t our. fU-. rL,-l o n Hapttst East Nashville. Sunday srrvi.es as handed in to church Kdltor ot
fuJi S t! vL?7 7 .J-?!- , h-howl 9 .10 a. m.: preaching 11 a. m. and TV Nashville (iloho. See that your church
; V. ir"r- 1 T,r ?T. ' p. ai. Sunclava: roaimutilta services every and the nam of yonr Pastor appears ia
!' 'Bao1 ' a. av; s.,nita. i.,T ios.M.11 K.-ll l'asior: this Mlrectorv Call the Church Editor.
iTalaV fet "aaiy f Tp. "'; ' ,"rt A- A- """,t' Su"- S"u,,"-T "onL
rrayar aad Teachers' Beetle; Tnee.lav I cf SiWer 1'lnn MUsion. Sunday school
Ukt; Frearhlua Ihurwlay alflit I'WI ::! m-: lrohiiig 11 a. m. and
IHtaglaaa, Charca Clerk, tt. r. Kakar, ?upt. ' !' Sundays : counnunitn sorvucs
- r.m. ... every Lr."t Sunday. l!ev. Jas C. llaynen,
r,1'' AITH rkP'i?. .J?"' ' J1V l-ut'T : Mr. 11. 1 lay Mdk-nry, Supt Sun
Kayaa At. MiinaUy acheol t .46 a. m.; Hery- . . i,,,..!
ti 11:00 a. ia. aad t.M p, . : Kayer 1dl v , , c ' , o
BtMtias Thuraday aiahl; Toaraers- ioel-! Nashville, Sunday aeliool 9 :S() a.
a riflsy Bight, Mia Mattlt Keiaiond. ni.; pr.acluna 11 a. iu. and S p m. : Itiea
Caarea Clerk. ;,.v t'1-11! lirayer service!. Wednesday niv;lit
priaeiiin? ; e(iliniu:uin Ke lees rery msi
ttev. I. t. Mirrron, I'ator; -Mr.
Sylvia St. liaptist Church. Cor. dlh St.
and Slu 'by Ave. Sunday School ! :.to a. u.
to 10:41 a. ni. ; devotion and sermon rv
erv Sundae. 11 a. m. to 1 :(M1 iv m It T.
r. r. 7:oo p. ni. to 8 00 p. in. lwotlon Kvory one is nsckcd to come and co
SHLtOAH BAPTIST. CHURCH.
Shlloh Baptist Church is progress
ing nicely. The pastor preached a
wonderful sermon Sunday. Sunday
school was opened at 9:30 o'clock by
the superintendent. The pastor preach
a great germon Sunday night from the
Text "The day of His wrath Is come,
ami who shall be able to stand."
The annual picnic of the Shiloh and
Pilgrim Emanuel Church will be held
July I'tl at the beautiful Kockland
(rove. Fourteen miles on the Gallitin
Hoad. The car will leave First Ave.,
ami the Public Square at 9 o'clock.
BRONCHIAL TUBES i
WERE STOPPED UP
And Was Bothered With a Cough
for Some Time
Re. Vf. B. lUllBftoa, IMator. Snaday achool J; ' '
Illhims. Superiutendent SSund.iy i
and "eruion S O" p. m. to 9 :"0 p m. Com-
nuiuion each nrst unday ;i :00 p ai.
lea.-hers' Meetliis 7 ::id p. ni. to S :"10 p.
"l Praver n eclinu ::!o p. ni. to !) :R(i p. m.
Itev. .1. R Kvans, A. M., Pastor. .Mr. ller-
nert t unimiuiiaui, Sec.
3-ALIDA CLASS OF MT. HEED
EAPTI3T SUNDAY SCHOOL.
and have a nice time.
akrht; Choir reheorMl ThursAiy a'gnt;! PiUrim l-.maiiui-l. Dimdiij Sci.ool !i:o
Bwrtera alaattaf ITrlday alght. A. W. ante. m. . prwichlns 11 . m. and S ::h p ni.
gBBi. : Sundays. Mrs. J. 15. l'rynnt Mieniitendent
Strt BaptlH Charek, Re. Wat.;011"1"" Btc"m"- A- ,aMor- T. . . . -It v .
BTkeara, Pator. NtiadaT School 9 :3 i a' Ko?or Wlllian-s t nivei!ty Campus. Sun- ! 1 he I alcila I lass of the Jit. Nobo
as-oactilag Suaday H : a. at. and :0 p. d'r e'i 9 :.o a. m. : it. . r. L. i p. m. : l!ap(!st Sunday school met at the home
av aUo Thursday altht Prayar Jlcetlaij Pr. A. M. Town-end. President; lie? J. It. : ()f -ljss AUo J( Amlci-son 7"1 Her
toeodny Bight, li. T. Prowa, Charch Clerk. : Kvan.s, I.-an. iniin t Tool.,. t "t-"
JJUly of Talk, fit At, KantJat 'A. M. K. ZION ! n';'n I H0d.iy at ! O clock p. m.
rkareh, ttk At. Seath. Bay. . W. tlaw- Hills chapel chinch. Cor. Lewis and Short : 1 tie meeting was opened by singing,
tkaraa, P. P., IVistor. Serylcea iuaday 11 :0O Sunday School 9 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. "1 leavetilv Sunshine." The Lord's
a. m. tea : p. a.; Saaday Schosl :u V p. hi. Sundays. Hev. .. W. mil. Pastor. I pniver was repeated in concert .mi
a. aa. ; oh.lr reheanwl knrsday algkt Mar- Zion Church tSiiuday School, Howerton L,' ,, , . '' t0,uriert
jUd TlffiMH, ?!. 'Avenue. n,-r Fifth Suadsy services 11 a. j M 19 "HI", etc.. The lesson
faaaraaele Ituptiat Chare. lHf Bnt'ni- "" 7 3fl P- i NV:1S knight very Interestingly for
t H. Baraa, 1. U.. Pae. SaaAiy ""V. 'n r., . , . . . i THirty minutes by Jlr. A. Vt. Thomas,
I r r I' 5 r initoraaraJrV mitt-, Pmak-eK. Prieot. , was completed. The roll called, (lues,
lne Wednesfhy Blxkt ; 'Prayer Moetlai I j collected, at this point Jirs. Laura
": tf"' rekawml FriAy r-.:TCOSTAL CHrRCHsW. Brooks a faithful tialeila member was
VWiKA cErX ."1. fthanVrr - '"r"1"-',1 tinS very quiet-
Clerk. Heary Marakall. a. seryltos 11 .SI a. at. and 7 p. at. , v at (ho Cottage Hospital on Cedar
DeeaiMt Xapttst. tTis St, Ceraec Da-1 I Tlie members and friends are asked
t&SZ&Zir VZ.VZL. ..vis. tll..sk,k- Refreshments were
ateertaa fvesday alfhti; prearHingt Tkara- School (Saturekyl at a m : rrsuek- 1 Me" u' -,llss A. .M. Anderson. Claleda
Kev. G. W. Fitehuo preached for
Hev. Sam Hill of Jit. Pleasant, Tenn.,
July IU 1917. Hev. C. W. Fitehuo
preached at Rockdale, Tenn., two
nights. Rev. G. W. Fitehue spent Sun
day in Columbia, Tenn., and stopped
with Jliss May King. Hev. O. V.
Fitehue stopped with brother J. Finey
and wife at Rockdale, Tenn.
LUNB-YITA GAVE RELIEF
Sot Bothered Kow With Either
Eronchial Trouble or thi
Phone Main 389
416 Fifth Avenue. N.
Lee y Company
Funaral Directors end Embair.ers
Calls Promptly Answered at All Houri,
ry irst inn at 11:1
canter. icl, .ve.rv
evaalBf U 7 : felleweat
ilea. All are nelreme.
day ntgtita; maaiaaitB asi i lies evel
Snadav. Pev. G. . Tiylar, D. P.. raiiter
Miss ainrtte Barertt, auperlnteadeat Saa
dny S'kel. Mra r. R. layaer, fc'oet.
VTne eiU'a, !ud Ave., 5. aad KeteaertUe
Pike, "fmidnv Kekeel 0:5 a. as.; preacJUas
11 a. an. nd 8 :ee p. at. bt. J. T. Tnaitnll,
Jr. Pastor, elearee MrOay, upt.
iH. Nefae, tt. W. Naskvllle, Eaadky sokeel
a. ai. ; eerritea 11 a. . aad :
p. m. (tanday; eeiaBiaalta serrlceu every
Hrat Ssadaj. Key. n. A. AJfred. Paatar Mr.
Eli Cleaere". 8lerlnteadet Sasdaj ckeeri.
Hefcrrw Baptist CanrcB, Ker. Weak Sl
Hfrkery Grove Baptlat Ckurck, Rev. I. S.
Mt. Sea. Jerersea Itreet, Cer. lite
Ave., N. Sua day aVAeel :( a. at. ; preaca
laaj 11 a. n. sad I :W p. e. trmdave. mrv.
1. A. Brews, Paerter : B. P. Leekrldfe Sapee
iatsndeM Inaday SckaeL
FatrSelil. Saaday rkee) t :t0 a. aa.
eteaa II a. aa. aad Iran
aaeaea servlree every fret Sa
J. a. Htattea, Paater. J. K. Caratkera,
nperlateaat naeday SrkooL
Nerek Slxtk Dtreet, East NaoavWei, Isa
dar ftehael :tt a. as. : aeryreea 11 a. as.
aad I a a Caadaya ; CeatsiaatM every I
rat laaday. lev. Jesepk Taaetall, Paater. i PBKSBTT1CRIAN
D. W. Harvard. Sap. 6t Aadrew Preeaytartaa Ckatak. Co.
Back Ur, Saaday Sckeel :S; aerrlcee'ttk Ave. aad Cay tiers. Krr. k. Jesksea,
li a. as. aad a p. ai. Ksaasys; prayer Miaietr. releeiaeaa ic. vasa.
aiistlw ffaeada althts; preacklaa Ikara- J school : a. .: aseileea :
11 a. at. aad :S0; rkarssas T:td; ekear
rehearsal Taissay aad asKarday ereBeasjsi.
The Caurrk of the Uvlac aedL IM tea
Ave., S. (C. W. f. P) Bee. V. a Braxea,
Paster. Basduy Beaodt :M am, : Berrl sea
11 a. aa. aad 7 :ta p. as.: 'aawsiaasy I p.
ra. ; WltUa Werkera Clak Taieasj t p.
m ; Ladies 6. B. (leh 1arsay 4 M p.
a.; Y. P. P. Cluk Saaday 4:0 p. aa.
motto was repeated.
ST. LUKE'S A. li. E. CHUECII.
St. Luke was favored very much
Sunday afternoon at 'S o'clock to have
Hev. Samuel liryant of llctliluhivi
1'aptist Church. He li livered an
able sermon for the benefit of class
No. 1, Brother Sadler Ilenly, leader.
The biggest rally of the season will
be the Home-coming rally on tin
til'th Sunday of July. Kvory member
is cordially asked to respond. All
sister church friem's and members
are asked to help. The Sundav school
glee club is still progressing and wiil
soon have an elegant sacred concert.
"Jly husband had been bothered for
some time with a cough, and his bron
chial tu'jtfs were stopped up," said Mrs. ;
Susie Lea Wilson, who lives at 5 Miller
street Nashville. Tenn., in her state-1
nient to us a couple of weeks ago. i
That bothered him all the time and i
he worried along with it for some ,
time, but finally decided to try Lung-!
Vita. It sure did the work for him. j
Ho is not bothered any more with the
bronchial trouble or the cough and its j
perfectly well and sound." Coughs, ;
colds, grip and whooping cough readl-1
lv rive wav to Lung-Vita. Get a bot-1
tie and keep it on hand you can't use
Lu:!:;-Yita is sold by druggists and
dealers. ' (Adv)
Sunday evaaiaz st H ! Class will ontertnin tlm fin,)., !.. .
o'eloct, proceeded hy sent service, (Dao- with a "Mimicit on, I t ii..,.
trinal nblerta are ,lkn,.sJd st tfvta Leon : I wlln. a " ll,SK'' -llld Literary program
missionary meeting every fourth Ssebeth i ;u ,lie home ot Jlr. A. 1). Thomas
at 11:15 a. at. ; prayer mneOas WedBesday i 21-!) Hatavia St. Jlonilnv
ky rketr prae- ; nt S o'clock.
Miss Susie Lee Wright was unam-
The -Metoka NATIONAL BAPTIST A. F. CADETS.
The Cadets of Indiana are all in line.
Colonel G. W. Gore, Jr., formerly cap
tain, reports that the Cadets of In-
CON R E A T I O N A L.
Basrant Ceiagrera iteaal Ckwrem, dlrtk
Aveaoa K. acar CM urea. Ptesvltoa daaday
11 a. em. aad I t a; Saaday isaaoa :
a. a. ; eonssaBiea every 1st BsBdap 11
a. as. : psayer amtlaf WedBooeatp BsfkL
Misa Praaeae Daa, Chare Caork, T. M
L'auav risk UBtreratty Can, Pvme
InK aarvlcoa at 11 a as. fells ssl ftp eaa
da Krkaal, T. 11. C. A. aad C . e-
Inaa at a. m. ; asavrle Baa day Bakoa) I
p. .; prayer auarias; Tfsaaj Bay al i:at
ously elected assistant Secretary to fill
the unexpired term of Jirs. n. D.
Crowder, who has been elected vice
il : P- N- Paaaae ;
SP' Keaaia, Preeideat; Bar. . T
aaay. B. d,,,, ; j T ralrtidld, Trsaaar
St liary's Casueel. Taraerik Avsaree
N. Saaday Bckee) :S a. av ; peaeM
11 a. .; T. P. B. C. .. dp.-.
av altars. Bey. a. w. wilsea, raaoer.
i St. Baadsy Sckeel t : a. as. !
aarrleea) 1 a. aa. aad ( p. av Saadaya;
weeUy aieetlafe Wedaesday aad Prlday;
eemaiaBleB ssrvleee every Irst Saaday. Krr.
1. C. Barfiae, Paster; M. BkeBleld.
LeAe Prevldeaee. Kad of Neleasvllle PUte.
daaday Sokeel B :St a. at. ; preacklBf aarr
leea 11 a. at. aad p. at. ; Brv. V. S, Swift,
Pvster, mt Joe Jekasea Aveaue. 0, Oweaa,
CsstkerUtd Valley Baptist Ckureh. w
day Sekeel II a. ; praaokia, serrtcea 2,lR,?2 JirTBODUJT BPIdCOTAL
11 a. at. aad I p. at. Rot. Isaac Sbaraaaa, CnURcmirv
futOT I1' Vakeraacle, Bprlac OH. Baailaa
Mt- Gllead S. mil Street. Snndey school Sf' Prc'" 11 :-
t:M a. at.; preaching- 11 a. at. and :30 9 at. lwon Leearae aiaUi a
r at. Saadays; coaiBioaitB sorvlcas every 1st .m .V?JrT mtit eTW7 WesBtOBv
Saaday. Rev. H. T. Stoaers, Pastor; Mr. "T , M , .
O. Buchanan. Phi Uj ("fcajerf, Warf Ava Baaday
Th Bt Jeki Baptlet Ckarea, Pearl Street :f - : f - f-
ketwesa llfk aVi 12( areaaee. Saaday ateeUac Taesday akskt; BaUa Ckrea
acksol at :. PreacklBej at 11 a. av aad Wedaenday aikt
m m m Cevsaaat sseac sverr Irst Sua- lepers ( lineal. Chare St. rreajoadaar at
aa rrayar ateemac every raeeesiy - r . .
l waaTBeaeay aigat. - ' r- . "a"-
cmw uirr-iiMB , ef rscsiay e ri B., mnwic
Church of the Holy Thi arty, vnag
Avenue and SiJth Averse B. Toe Brv.
ElBter M. M. Wrlaht. Priej la Ckaree.
Celehratim and Hely BaehariRt aad Ser-
mna 11 a. at.; Suadny sckeel t :iD a. at.
Kvenins Soue and Senaea I a. at. A ckareh
with a-elonme to all.
Clark Memsrlal. 208 Kraaklla St. Fjh-
day Bchool :3 a. m.; Kusdny services
1 1 n. m. and 7 :H p. ra. Bey. W. B. Steph
ens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Oreea, Clerk ; I'rof
'I. II. Hardiatna, Superiateadeat of Sna
Mraden chapel. 715 Qeerrla Street, Maa
ilnv services 1 la. ra. aad 7:39 p. tm. Rev.
W. P. Mitchell. Pastor.
(Ifldon Chnrvl. lirrnaa St., Bear Pros-
jiect. Sunday service 1 a. at. and 7 :J0
p. h. Rev. J w. riatterdeld. faster.
IIuMmrd's Chapel. Trimble S. W. Cor.
f Illll. Sunday services 11 a. at. and 7:30
p. n'. nev. .1. P. Price. P. P.. Pastor. Mr.
Ma.vtlolil, Superintendent of Snaduy school.
Sfay's Chapel. Green street, cer. Fair
field. Sunday services 11 a. is. aad 7
iu. I!ev. II. T. Huron, P. P.. Pastor.
I"i'vcnt!i Avenue M. E. Church. Serv
ices 11 n. ra. and J p. ai. : Snaday School
1' :!". S. M. Strayhorne. I'sstor.
Thompson Chanel. W aldea UalveraitJ
Cnnipus. Sunday School It : 30 a. at.; preach-
Inpl 1 a. ni. ; prayer services. 7 p. at. San
day I'niverslty Bervlcee at the Mekarry
AioPtnrlunt on the sernad Suaday of each
month, 11 a. ra. Rv. White. D D., Piesl-dent.
Pise sea iia every Tkorsday alfkt. Rev. VT.
. Wairaaker, Paster. A. L. Sreoea, Hapt.
Aatloeh. 1111 Aroher ajtrret. Saaday
tkoal 9:11 a. m. ; preaeklaf services 11
a. m. and p. at. Sandaya Rev. U. W.
nrst Street Baptist Church, Near First
Bt Borrleas Saaday 11 a. an. and . p.
av tat Sunday; a p. si. Saaday ai;ht, U.
I. BtskMedeld Paster. S. Orerory, Bupt.
nrst Baptist, BreBtwoort. Sunday tfchlol
1:11 a. at.; rsarch servlcea 11 a. ai. and
p. at. No paater.
Mt. Arrea Baptist Church. Rev. D. B.
Ratter, Paater. Sunday School I:!t0 a. m. ;
aervicea 11 a. at. and 7:30 p. ss. G. W.
Drake, Supt Prayer Meeting Taesday nljht.
Preacnlag ThurHday night. Cemnnloo ev
ery Irst Saaday night.
Mt Eloa Baptist Church, Smyrna, P.ev.
W. H. WtltUker. Pastor.
Hepewell Baptist Ckurck. Rer. .T. II. Rid
ley, Pastor. D. Griffin. Rnnt.
Paater Chapel. P3 Iwls Street Sunday
Bckeei :3rt a. ia. : Breaehins services 11
a. m. and I p. nt. Rev. G. ft. Rolden, Paster.
laes. uroom, hupt.
Kaaa Street Sunday School ft :30 a. m.
preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.
Bandaya. Roe. W. Bauguea, Pastor. Geo.
Pifteeath Avenne PaptJsf Church. 40'J
lit Ave., N. Rev. A. IV. Porter. Pastor.
Saaday School :30 a. at. : services 11 a.
Bt. aad 7 :H0 p. m. ; Thursday night ; prayer
eetiag Tuesday BlRht; Choir rehearsal,
rriday Blent. W. 0. Moore, Supt
Third Avoaue Baptist Church, !.". 3rd
Ave., N. nev. J. U Harding, D. D., Pastor.
'Saaday School 9:34 a. ra. ; services 11 a.
at. aad 8 p at. : IS. V. P. V. 3 p. m. ; prayer
eetiag Tuesday night: Choir rehearsal
Kknrsday night. E. S. Shuttle. Supt.
Plesstnt Green Baptist 'Jfcureb, Rev. .1.
C. rtelde, B. P., l'asior. Sundsy School
1:11 a. at.; services 11 a. b. and 8 p. m.
prayer ateetlag Tuesday Bight; Teachera
ateetln and Choir rehearsal Friday eight
7 :ld. T. B. DickclsoB, Church Clerk. T. O.
riRST BAPTIST CHUECH EAST
"God Rules Among the Nations "
will be the subject of Rev. W. S. Elling
ton's discourse Sunday morning. at
night "The Gospel of Salvation." will
be the theme ot his discourse. Good
music by the choir will be a feature of
row at Zion Baptist Church. The
church is pastored by Rev. J. C. White,
1). 1)., while J. II. Goodwin, M. D., is
the suiKM'intendent of the Sunday
school. Among the visitors who were
here in attendence at the convention,
was Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, Secretary
of the Sunday School Congress Tf
Nashville, Tenn. Prominent among
the state workers in attendance, were
Revs. K. W. Bowen, of Spartanburg, J.
t Kail of Spartanburg, and Rev. J.
J. St arks, president of Jlorris College.
Tilt STAR HAIR GROWtR
WONDKKFl'L HAIR DliKSSING and GRt-'WliB
Olid lliousi ml axtMiia warned, (.nod money mud.
Want atenii In eary city aud villluge hi siii Vilh
STAR HAIR WIWKH. This la a wotidieiul preptunr
luei. Oiu tie iiMtd wiui or witboutsli!uahii.iitiig iu4i
stills lor 'Ijk ur box-mie Aw hx will pruye Its vlu
Any ptM Bun who w til two a 'htc hux will bb convtiictd.
No matter whin hse hmen to arow your hulr Jurn (live
UIK S'TAH HAIR UUOWhlt a ti-lal and you will be Out
vl.icd .-ik1 ix. IB4 lull slxt-il Boa. lt you w ah U be an
ai-t.Mii setia H oe aiul we wiil eead yu a mil euily
.hat yeni nan IwKi work at ware; a.so ai.-cnl't IwuJ,
beua all uiwiiey by Munev ureter to
The Star Hair Grower Mf&r.
Sttwthrn Brand e US
Brltor, H Oa
leriwiiT in Um 8ith riil -jv. ikrp dst4 n irti i" i
eviM wnts lucr rUir OtOaSja? B M ill -5lejro,
The following officers were elected ""HROUGH our modern methods, you will scarcely know that
e. ' !: .
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE
NUE BAPTIST CHUECH.
The Galeda Class after a very long
vacation met at the residence 9f
Miss Cordelia Miller 522 Quarry St.
The president called the class to order
at 8 o'clock. Alter the opening, the
lesson was discussed for 30 minutes
JS'ext in order was quotations and
dues which was very readily re
sponded to. After which plans for a'
parlor concert were made which will
be announced at an early date. Af
ter all business, Miss Miller, assist
ed by Miss Sally Williams served a
very tempting ice course. Miss Miller
certainly knowB how to entertain
which was shown by the way she
entertained the Galedus. Adjourned
to meet next Wednesday 'night with
Jliss Mary Jefferson, 1602 Patterson
! REMOVAL. NOTICE, t;
E wish to announce to the public that we have changed our
style of portraiture. Portraits are more natural when
formality is cast aside. The photographs which are made in a
comfortable home are more pleasing to yourself and friends than
those made in a busy shop.
1 you are bein4 photographed in oar new Home Stsdio.
! RJ3 AINLY for tUis reason wahave move. from Cedar St.. and
iwl are now located 142 14th Avenue, North, in the delight
ful residential district. Take West Nashville car, off at 14th,
first house around the corner.
UR ne Studio has an easy irent entrance, new ana
attractive furnishings and comfortable surroundings.
E shall keep our reasonable prices the same and have a
new line of photos which we have never exhibited before.
YOU are cordially invited to visit out new Hone Studio a
big improveineat oter our former location.
F- G- SMITH, Jr., Hem. 1269
McKalry BUI, 12th Ave., N. Sunday
School I SI. ; preaching 11 a. at. and 8
a. at. Suadaya. Services twice a week.
St. Lake, Lewis Street, SuaOay School
9:81 a. at.; preacnlag 11:31 a. nt. and 8
p. at. Suadaya. Paster Rer. Henry Covlng-
I.ea Avenue Christian Church. 709 Lea
Avenue. Services Honda v il a. at. ano !
p. m Sunday School t:3) a. at. Y'.xi:
People's Christian Badetvo Society Snu
day evening at 7 :0 p. at. Prayer ateetlah
Wednesday nignt. rciaer rreetea layier,
Oar Street Christian Church. Elder r"
J. Smith, Pastor. Servlcea 11 a. at. aad
n bi. : Sunday School 12:80; Wllllas
Workers Club every Tan-may algkt; Pa
tor's Aid Society trvf rtlday aJkt S.
J. Chaacller. Clerk.
Willow Street, 8. Hill 8. W. Ceraer rirat
Avenue. Sunday services 7 .81 p. n.
Dcrch or cnriit. cnaiiotte aai eats
The Tabernacle Baptist Sunday
School hfis taken on new life since
the Sunday School Congress. The
Metoka and Galedas are planning to
have a unique entertainment, known
as the war between the Red and
White Roses. The Reds are the
Metokas, the Whites the Caledas, as
whoever the winner shall be shall
be served Ice Cream and Cake and
the loser. Molasses and plain corn
bread. Each Persiilent and his class
is working hard to win. Pres. of the
Galedas Miss Katie Walker left with
the delegates to Smyrna, Tenn to the
Convention but will return Sunday
evening and will bo here Monday
nicht at her post to see what, will
happen between the Class Presidents
of the Metokas. Mr. Robt. Williams
iwdll remain at home to be on the
firing line. They have a splendid pro
gram which will be rendered. Quite
an exciting entiment has been cre
ated as to who will eat the corn bread
and molasses. A cordial Invitation is
extended to all to be present. Ad'
mission ten cents. White Tickets
Galedas. Red. Metokas. Please do not
forget the date, Monday night July
diana are progressing nicely. Two
new troops were organized. The Ebe
nezer Baptist Sunday School, India
napolis, and the First Baptist Sunday
School, Bridgeport, Ind. The old
Hooscier state is slowly but surely get
ting in line. Three cheers for the
Grand old Hoosier state.
GEORGE W. GORE, JR., RETURNS
FROM INDIANAPOLIS, DID.
C.teeoree W. Gore Jr.,, city collector
of the Nashville Globe returned to the
city Monday night after visiting His
father, Rev. G. W. Gore ot inuianapo
lis, Ind. While in Indianapolis, he was
elected reporter for the State Conven
tion which convened July J-. lie re
ports a very pleasant two weeks Btay.
Bethel Primitive, Sunday Rchool. 9:80
a. at. ; preaching servlcea 11 :3t a. at. aad
a p. at. Suaday.
Mt. Morlah, 2107 Alaateda St. Sunday
lebool 1:81 a. at.; preaching 11:30 a. m.
Bad 8 p. at. Suaday,
. Pleasant Valley, Edgehlll Street, Sunday
ekeal 1:30 a. m.; preaching 11 :3 a. m.
raid S p. a. Sunday. Rer. W. Wilson, Pastor.
The Pelted Primitive Baptist, 42ad Ave.,
I. B. Cor. Albion St.. N. W.. Sunday school
:ll a.st. ; preaching 11 :3I a. at. and 8
p. st. suadaya.
West Nashville, Sunday School 9 :SI a.
at. ; preaching 11 :3I a. m. and 7 :80 p. at.;
prayer BteetJag Thurtday night
St Bll Primitive, The Bible Rand meets
every Sunday evealng at 6 :8I o'clock,
taagat hy Slater Syhla Henderson. Every
one Is Invited to meet us. The Sunday
Behcet apeas every Sunday morning at
1:81. Superintendent Rer. S. Y. Douglass,
Secretary Syhta Hendersoa. Preaching eery
leea 11 :30 a. nt. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
morning under the auspices of Elder O.
Hopewell Baptist Church, nonelson. Her.
A. Abexnathy, Pastor. G. Washington, Supt
Mt Lebanon Baptist Church, Brentwood,
Rev. I. S. Davie, Pastor. R.E. Ilunt, Supt.
Clifton Aveaue Baptist Church, Rer.
fahaaoa Graham, Pastor.
SVloh Baptist Church, Rolling Mill Hill.
Kar. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
Teeth Avenne Baptist Church. Rev. H.
aggina, Paetor. Servlcea 11 a. m. and 8
p. . ; Saaday School 8 :45 IT m.
Ml. View Baptist Church, Rer. W. P.
Hall Pastor. Cleamle R. Rose, Supt.
Mt Bethel, East Nashville, Sunday
Bckeol 8:80 a. m. ; services 11 a. m. and
I p. an. Sundays; servlcea Tuesday and
Tharsday nights. Rer. D. A. Weakley, Pat
ter ; Mr. W. O. Raadolph, Supt Sunday
AFRICAN MErrnODIST EPISCOPAL
Pethel. lltb Avenue, 8. Sunday eervlc't
11 a aa. and 8 p. a. ; Sunday Sckeel l:8
a. a. ; Christian Endeavor meeUa 7 P-a. ;
class aad prayer aeetlaic Thursday Bight.
Rev p. J. Howard, Pastor.
Trinity A. M. R. Bubo. ) Sekeol 8:80 It
tn. S p. a. Rev. W. L fOwcl', Paater
Fbcnezer, Stones Ulvr Turnpike. Sun
day services 11 a. ra. aad I p. a. ; Suaday
School t :8I a. bl ; Ckrlailaa Dadeaver 7
n ai.: class meeting Tueeaay nbrfet: iray-
e meeting Thursday B'ghL Rev. B. U,
St. Luke, First Street, W. Nashville.
Sunday services 11 a. m. aad 8 p. a.;
Suhday School 9:80 a. ro.; Ckrlstiaa Ka
denvnr 7 p. m. Kev. Jauics K. CklldreJH,
Salem. Cor. 4th Avenue, North aad Bo
diar.an St. Sunday services 11 a. a. aad
8 p. m : Sundoy School 0 :30 a. a. ; Chris
tian Endeavor 7 p. ro. ; class meetlag Thurs
day night ; prayer meeting Tuesday Bight
Hev. a. Whltworth, Paatur.
Scovel St. 1715 Second 6t Sunday Serv
ices 11:30 a. m.vnd 8 p. a. Suaday school
ft :H0 a. m. ; Christian Endevaor 7 p. m. ;
Class Meeting Thursday night; Key. W. A.
If yncs Chapel. Cor. 7th and Winter Bfa.
Sunday services 11 a. ni. aad 8 p. m. ;
Sunday school 9:30 a. a. ; .Christian Kn
deatoi 7 p. m. ; class meeting Thursday
night ; prayer meeting Tuesday night Rot.
J. K. Johnson. D, D., Vattor.
St. Jamc. Mooretonn. Sunday servlcet
11 a m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:80
a. at. : Christian K'ndeavor 7 p. m. Rer.
U. I. Jackson, Pastor
St. John Church. Corner 8th Ave., N.
and Cedar St. Rev. J. M. Smith, Pastor,
fc-unc'ay School 9 :30 a. a. ; preaching 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. E. League 7 P
B.: class meeting Tueaday erenlsg 8 p. a.
At. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., 8. aad
Franklin St. Rev. H. L. Jeaea, Paster.
Sunday School 9 :80 a. a. ; services 11 a.
tip Ttrnnks has been pastor at the
church since the latter part of April,
when he left a charge at Kansas City,
Kan. Since coming here tne atten
dance and collections have Increased,
and the general belief is that the big
iiohr nn the church will be greatly
reduced during his pastorate. He was
a pastor in Nashville at one time.
VIRGINIA BAPTIST JUBILEE.
Lynching, Va., July 16th, 1917.
Tiinimnnrls of Baotlsts from the Old
Dominion State have been here for the
past week, attending the Virginia
Baptist Jubilee. lnere weio
four meetings in one. t was the State
Convention proper, which met in a
huge tent. The Woman's Auxiliary,
which met in the Chapel of the Vlr-
o-tno Spminarv. The sunaay ocnooi
w--.. -- ., .V,I1,
and B. Y. ir. U. uonvumiuu
mot in another tent.
for the ensuing year; for president, Tne entire week was given over to
Rev. H. M. Moore, of Anderson; first a jUbi lee, and there were Baptists here
Vice President, J. C. White, of Colum- not oniy Irom the Old Dominion, but
bia; second Vice President, W. S. from manv of the Eastern cities, as
Dickson of Barnwell; third Vice virelnlans are scattered from Old
President, Miss Mamie J. Brock, of pninr comfort, to the shores of Maine.
Greenville; secretary, Prof. J. S. Fin- An(j SCOres of them came hack to pay
ley of Chester; treasurer, rror. u. thpir resnects. Rev. R. U. wooq,
W. Peguis, of Bennettsville. It was pre3ident of Virginia Seminary, and
voted that the next session of the con neVi , a. Galvin, president of the
vention be held at Bennettsville, ssoutn convention were central ngures,
Carolina. Amone the visitors Who were nere,
was Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, ot Nash
ville, Tenn., Secretary of the Sunday
School Concress. who delivered an aa
dress to the Sunday School and B. Y.
MRS. REBECCA LESTER.
Metropolitan Life In
who did live in EAST ST." LOUIS
CALL AT ONCE
to tha nearest
Metropolitan Lift Office
in your city or write at -'
Bttropolitan Life Ins. Co.
Murphy Bldg, 6th Flwr East St. Liirts H,
And your interests will be looked
REV. SAMSON BROOKS IN BALTI
MORE SETS THE OLD TOWN
TV AT TTTCTfl.
v... TrTo a,. P. U. Convention on Thursday after-
' I "T 1 r,rV. a r, , , noon. Many of Virginia's young sons
pulled off at Bethel A. M. E. Church "C,D
Monday night, when $4,300 was re-
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY,
Church of the Holy Trinity, Ewing
and Sixth Ave.,, the Rev. E. M. M
Wright, Priest-In-charge. Celebration of
the Holy Eucharist at 7:00 a. m.. Sun
day School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Pray
er and Sermon at 11 o'clock. A cor
dial welcome is extended to all to be
present at these servlcea.
ST. JOHN A. M, E. CHURCH.
Sunday, July 15 was quarterly meet
ing day at this place and a glorious
one too. The P. E., F. W. Gardner was
in trim for the occasion and all who
were present enjoyed tlhd spiritual
feast for the 'hungry soul, 'twas man
na. No thinking woman or man will
deny the fact that Rev. Gardner is a
gospel preacher to the manner born,
and St John la jrtttd to have one so
able, ao energetic, so full of. divine
knowledge as thl8 God fearing man
preside over the meeting. St John
is moving onward to hlgiher ground,
gaining new height each. week. Rev.
Smith, the beloved pastor is moving
slowly along, doing the right, fearlesa
of the foe, hut steadily gaining upon
the enemy. The 3rd Quarterly Confer
ence held Tuesday, July 16, waa a
great twecess, a calm, brotherly, lov
ing Conference. All reports from every
department were good. A 'grand total
of nearly $800.00 was raised during
the quarter. Mr. S. H. Nesibit, the new
Supt. is making great progress. He
la wide awake and on the firing li'ne
and is making good. The S. S. wishes
Bro. M. L. Brantley, the retiring Supt
and his young wife much success' in
his new field of labor. Again another
link in the chain of membership ha8
been broken. Friday,' July 13th the
grim monster seized Sister Lizzie
Love, whom none knew tout to love.
Our loss is Heaven's gain. The llnka
are fast being broken 5 have died dur-
4 V Jit 5.
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conspicious at the meeting,
Rev. J. C. Austin, now or nusDurg,
R. H. Bowling, of Norfolk, L. R. John
son of Lynchburg, C. P. Madison, S.
W. Tims of Franklin, and a host of
others assisted in making the meet
ing a great success. Another National
Character who was in attendance, was
Rev. R. Kemp, D. D., Secretary of
the Foreign Mission Board of the Na
tional Baptist Convention, unincor
porated, who delivered an 'able ser
mon during the convetlon.
QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY BAP
TIST CITY UNION.
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tabernacle Baptist church waa a great
success. $12.01 was raised.
Mrs. H. M. Burns, President.
Mrs. Minnie Bolden, Reporter, i
MRS. MELISSA SCRUGGS,
G. W. J. D.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Seventh Sunday after Trinity.
The Epistle Rom. 6:19-23.
The Gospel, St. Mark 8:1-9.
Morning, "Christ Verrities."
Evening, "Tarry Not."
pecial music at each service.
The public ia welcome.
Mr. Tom Seay of Bellwood, Tenn.,
spent Friday and Saturday of last
week in the city, the guest of Mrs.
Callie Allen of Tremont Avenue.
Columbia, S. C, July 14, 1917:
After being in session since Wednes
day. The State Sunday School and
Baptist Young People's Union Conven;
Hon, will close its sessio nhere tomor-
ported, with the indications that the
sum will reach $5,000 when additional
reports are made this Sunday.
The rally waa planned by the pae
tor of the church, the Rev. Dr. W.
Sampson Brooks, who raised over
$7,500 in one effort at St. Paul's A.
M. E. Church, St. Louis, while pastor
ing there. The reputation of Dr.
Brooks aa a money raiser caused a
big crowd to assemble at the church
Monday night, and many remained un
til early Tuesday morning, whan the
last of the reports came in.
For the purposes of the rally the
workers had been divided into groups
called annual conferencea, the leader
of each of which waB known as a
bishop. "Bishop John Williams, of
Thousand-dollar Conference reported
the highest amount, over $600.
The other "biahopa" were Theodore
White, A. H. Daniel, W. Lee, William
B. Hammer, Robert Sorrell, George
Palmer," Jacob Heath and Thaddeus
The Quarterly meeting of the Wom
an's Baptist City Union, was held Fri
day. July 6th 1917, at the Mt. Zion
Baptist Church. Rev.,J. A Brown, pas
tor. The city Mlsaionary, Mra. Aaaie
Clark brought in an excellent re
port. She had vlaited the new circles
and encouraged them by inatructlona
and timely remarks.
She is doing great work for the mis
sionary cauae. The city organizer,
Mrs. L. Johnaon, made a good report.
Several new circlea had been or
ganized, and are doing splendid work.
The following delegates were elected
to be renreaentatives at the Woman's
Auxiliary Miasionary Baptist State
Mrs. H. M. Burns, Mrs. R. H. Boyd,
Mra. J. B. Bataon, Mrs. Fannie Balti
more, Mrs. Addle Clark, Mrs. Minnie
An Interesting program composed
of the following members:
Chorua, by the choir, Mt. Zion Bap
tiat Church. Reading, Mra. Katie
Walker. Solo, Mrs. Ophelia Morton
Paper, "Secret of true Obedience,"
Mra. Cornelia Blackman. Duet, Mrs,
Ophelia Morton and Mrs. A. L. Wil
liams. Rev. J. A. Brown preached a
helpful and Interesting sermon, which
was highly appreciated. The Ladles
of the church served a prepared
dainty lunch which was greatly en
joyed by all present. The collection
for the day waa $6.65.
A few timely remarks were made by
Mra. H. M. Burns, the president. The
tag day held by the City Union at the
15th Ave. Baptist church was a great
success, a very interesting program
was rendered, $14.00 was raised. The
choir of the church furnished music
for the occasion.
The A. B. Club rally held at the
TRUSTEE NOTICE SALE.
Whereas, on the 19th day of April
1915, Dave Weems, as the only heir at
law of Albert Weems deceased, exe
cuted a mortage, payable on demand
to W. H, McGavock to secure the pay
ment of ninety-two (92) dollars for .
funeral bill for the burial of the said
Albert Weems and said W. H. Mc
Gavock was to look to the payment ot
said debt secured to the property in-
herited by the said Dave Weems from
Albert Weems and thia being the pro
perty which Is described as followB:
"Being lot No. 6 in the nan or earn
Lee's lota as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lot fronts fifty (50) feet on
the North aide of Clifton Pike and runs .
back between parallel along the East
side of a ten (10) foot alley In rear
being part of the property conveyed to
Samuel J. Lee by F. B. O'Bryan,
TRUSTEE and Emlle Lee by deed of
record in Book No. 146, page No. 5 R.
0. D. C, also for deed of Samuel Lee
and wife, Emile Lee to Albert Weems,
Book 243, page 458 R. O. D. C.
No TRUSTEE was named In said
Mortgage, NOW THEREFORE, by ylr-
tue of the power Invested In me as
mortgage, I hereby name, appoint, and
designate RUFUS R.. DUNCAN,
TRUSTEE, for said MORTGAGH, NOW
THEREFORE, by virtue of the authori
ty and power invested in me, RUJUB
R. DUNCAN, trustee, for the afcove
mortage, default having been made
the payment of said debt secured there
in, I will sell at public auction at tne
South door ot the Court House at
Nashville, Tenn, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Saturday, August 4th, 1917, We iohow
ing property in Davidaon County,
Tenn, aa followa: -
"Being lot No. 6 in the Plan or Bam
Lee's lota, as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lots front fifty (50) feet
on the South Bide of Clifton Pike and
runs back between parallel lines along
the East side of ten (10) foot alley
in the rear, being part of the property
conveyed to Samuel J. Lee y J.' B.
O'Bryan, trustee, and Emlle Lee by
deed of record in Book 146 page S R.
0. D. C.,( alao for deed of Samuel Lee
and Emilee Lee to Albert Weems
Book 243 page 558 R. O. D. C.
Said sale will be for cash, free from
the equity of redemption, homestead,
dower and all other exemptions.
RUFUS R. DUNCAN, Tntatee.