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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 27, 1917.
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Cartattlan Baptist Caareh, W. Nachnn.
. A. F. Marrsj, I'istor. Est. S. a. pc
IGMMONAtY BAPTIST CEUICBIS.
Baptist Cfcarea, Kt. C. H.
P. D, Paster. Sunrise pnmr mI
MU7 BttMol t:0 a. b ; r
11:00 a. ss. am a - - . iw
"W aa Taaelsra' aiwtlni Tmfri
Mjbtt fmikui nndir iut riii
ItofUas, Cksre Clerk. S. P. Bkr, Sipt
ATsate Baptist Chtreh. 11T
p-t m iihm eeisoi t : a. m.: Rerv.
11 :H k a. u4 1:00
E"tf?" "r"7 aujai; lcacaara1 Bast-
lag rrloay sight. Mrs, Mara KedaoaA
rtrst BsrtM fk.rrh
. W. B. BUaatoai rsa'tsr KnBflae schsl . Cnl,dV- Rct- c- Sherron, Pastor; Mr.
a. mTt'Z&lU ll:eO t V at!11- .TrllUsm. Superintendent Sunday
P'V" Blaf WwJs.wJay SchwL
Basal: Chair rhM i o IT t t . a ...
Chair rtkearsal TaanA.. ,tTk!
Mtattaa; rrtdar Sight a7w. Pit;
lira. Da nrla ViboaK w.
i vauivu, nc. vv aas.
gaVM. Pastor. Buaoay School It a. a. ;
anaabUs Buaaav 11 : a. m. ana N :ns a.
m. aisa Tairsday Bight. Prayar Maatlng
asaaay srgst T. Brown, Cbarch Clark,
(uiv ai vauey, 6tn Avsaaa naatisi
CBSrsa. tth ATS.. Ssatk. Kav. a V uaw.
than, D. 1)., raster. Services Baaday 11 :U
aai :. a.; Saaday School :0
skair rahaaraal Bursday sight kla
gaurH Thaaaasa, Snpl
swaatia paaast cnurcn. lvas Haatl
. at. Bnras, D. D., Paatar. Snaaty
Behaal at t aerrieea Sunday 11 : a.
a. aaa :u p. a. : Tftursany B : p.
B. T. P. V. Mi Bnaday. Taaeaars' rseet
Ing Wriiwhf Bight; Prayar Meeting
uesday Bight ; Choir rshaanal Friday
Bight Lard's Sapper every 1st Suaday
BjOO f. a. alra. A. W. MarahaH, Church
Clark. Haary afarshan. Bast.
aesad Baptist Btsvsns 5t, Caraer Da-
11 a B. and 8:89 p. a. Baaday i; praytr
asatiaa Taeadsy alghU; praacnlng Thurs
day Bights; eanmoaltn ssrriras every first
Suaday. Rv. . B. Taylar. D. D., Pastor;
Kiss rioraBes Bmraelt BnperinteBdeat Bun
day SebevL lira. P. B. Rayner, Sapt
Tina la, 2nd Ave., S. and KelensvlUe
Plka. Sunday Rcheel 9:98 a. in.; pseacbing
11 a. m. and 1 :00 p. m. Rev. J. T. runstull,
Jr. Pastor. Maaree McGay, Bspt
Mt. Nebo, N. W. Nashville, Baaday srhael
9:80 a. a. ; services 11 a. m. and 8:t)0
p. m. Sunday; communltn serrtrM every
Brat Bnaday. Rev. H. A. Alfred, Paster, Mr.
Bli Claggett Superintendent Sundae SchaeL
Hshrew llapttst Church, Rev. Wash 81
Hickory Grove Baptist Church, Rev. I S.
Mt Bias, Jefferson Street, Car. 11th
Ave.. N. Sunday School 9 :80 a. m. ; preach
ing 11 a. a. snd 1:80 p. n. Stiadays. Rev.
i. A. Brown, Pastor : B. P. Lockrldire Super.
Intendent Sunday Behest
Falraeld, Sunday School 9 :80 s m. ; ser
elres 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; cxm
nnnlsB services svery first Sunday. Rev.
J. H. Station, Pastor. J. R. Cnruthera,
Superintendent Sunday School.
North Slith Street, East Nashville. Sun
day School 9:80 a. tn. ; service 11 a. in.
snd 8 p. m. Sundays: Cntnmnnlon every
ret Sunday. Rev. Joseph Tunstull, Pastor.
v. n. otewara, pupt
Rock City, Saaday School fl:S0: servlces'Sth Ave. and Gnv steret. Ilov. 8. Jackson i
II a m and 8 p. m. Sundays; prayer Minister. Telephone M. 881! Sunday
Bleating Tuesday nights: pretichlng Tliurs-: school 9 :Rn a. m.; services 8-80 a m l
u. mania. nv a. . iiiisnn, iator.
Hawkins St., Sunday School 9 :Sii a. m. ;
sorvlres 11 a. ta. and 8 p. m. Sundays
fseily meetings Wednesday and I rtday;
eoamualoB services every Hrst Sunday. Rev. I
J. C. Hardin, l'aator; M. Sheffield.
Laks Prsv desca End n NolensviUe fike.
SOndfiV School 9:88 . m nrenchtnL aerv. 1
l aou o i. in. , uev. r. n. Wlit,
Pastor, 1018 Joe Johnson Avenue. G. Owens,
Cumberland Valley napttsf Church, Sun-'
day 6chool 0:80 a. m. ; preaching services
11 a. m. ahd 8 p. m. Iter. Issac Sherman,
.Mr. Gllend S. Hill Street. Sundnv school
9:80 a. m. ; preaclilus 11 a. m. and 8:3n
p. m. Sundays; communltn services every 1st
Sunday. Kev. N. T. Stuners, Pastor ; Mr. F.
The St. John Baptist Chnrch. Pearl Ptreet
between 11th and 12th avenues. Sunday
caoet ax v :u. iToacning at 1 1 a. m. ana
8 p. m. Covensnt saeetini; every first Sun-
fhty Blent Prsyer meetlni everv Tnesdsy
CgQt CdMbtri' nestlBg, Wednee'doy nlht.
Prsaching every Thursday nicht. Itev. W.
H. Whlttaker, Pastor. A. L. Prenon, Supt
Antloch, 1100 Archer Street. Sunday
School 9:80 a. m. ; preaching services 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Itev. U. W.
rir.t Street Baptist Church, Near First
Bt Ssrvlces Sunday 11 a. tn. and s p.
dv 1st Sunday ; 8 p. m. Sunday nitilit. ti.
6. StubhlefleWl Pastor. S. Gregory, Supt
iieucKi ihiui. oii-fui.i, r ji.
Baptist Brentwood. Sunday Sohlol
tn.; church services 11 a. m. and '
( II a.
t . a. Ns rastor
lit. Arrea Baptist Church, rtev. D. B.
Bitler, Paster. Sunday School 0 :30 a. rn. ;
services 11 a. tn. and 7:80 p. m. . W.
Drake, Bupt. Prayer Meeting Tuesday night.
Preaching Thursday nlyht. Ccmun'lon ev
ery Irst Sunday night.
Mt. ZIob Baptist Church, Smyrna, Kev.
W. H. lYhlttnker, Pastor.
Hopewell Baptist Church, Rev. J. I!. Itld-
sey, rastor, v. (JrlfTin. Knpt.
Foster Chapel, 103 Lewis Street, Sunday
School 9:80 a. m. ; preaching services 11
S. m. and 8 p. m. Key. G. B. I'.olden, I'astor.
Thos. Groom, SuiK.
Base Street, Sundov School 0:30 a. m. 1
reaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I
Sundays. Rev. w. Ilauguea, I'astor. Ceo. I
Lynch, Snpt I
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church 4(iH .
J6th Ave., N. Itev. A. W. Porter. Pastor. '
6nday School 0:30 a. m. ; services 11 a. j
SC. and 7:30 p. m. : Thursday night: praver I
sseetlng Tuesday night ; Choir rehearsal,
Prtday night. V. O. .Moore, Supt.
Third Avenue Baptist Church, (trifl 3rd
Ave., N. Rev. .1. L. Harding, I), n.. Pastor. I
i' -m in. , services i i a.
. and S p m. : II. Y. I'. I.'. 3 n. ni. : nruvor
"""f mi'Miny iimm; i nmr ri'iiearan
evuurHiay niirht. V.
K Klinltl. Sur.t
Pleasint Urorn Unptlst Vhnrrh
I,. rieia. n. !.,
McNalry Hill, l'Jth Ave., N. Sundnv
School 0 :.10. : prasrhln; 11 a. m. nnd tj
a. n. Sundays. Services twlrp a week.
St. Luhe, Lewis Street, Sundnv School
:80 a. in.; preaching il:3o a. th. and
m. n. Sundays. I'astor Her. I'enry CuvIuk-
Bethel Primitive, Sundnv School. 0 ::i(i '
J. m. : preaching services 11:30 a. m. and
a p. m. Sunday,
Mt. Morlnh, 2107 Alnmcd St. Sundnv i
school t:30 n. rn. : nreachini? 11:30 n. m
ad 8 p. m. Sunday, ;
Plensant Valley, Kdi?el,Ml Street. Sundnv
thool 9:30 n. m. ; prenchlne 11:3o a m
tad 8 p. m. Sunday. Rev. W. Wilson, Pastor
. The fnlted Primitive Paptlst, 42nd Ave.;
f. E. Cor. Albion St.. N. W.. Sunday s, hoo I
"' fu" ,r"' ,
vvest Nashville, Sunday School n :30 a. !
preaching 11 :30 a. m. and 7 :30 n. ni., !
arayer meeting Thursday nlht
St. EH Primitive, The Illble Pnnd meets
very SundHy evening nt 5:30 o'clock,
taught by Sister Syhla Henderson. Kverv
ne Is Invited to meet lis. llie Sunday
eliool opens every Sundnv morning nt
:80. Superintendent Itev. S. Y. loui:lass,
Bscretnry Syhla Henderson. Preachlnir serv
kea 11 :30 n. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
rnlng under the auspices of Elder li.
Hopewell Bsntlst Church, Donelson, Itev.
A. A.ernathy, Pastor. G. Washington, Supt.
Mt. Lebanon Rapttst Church, Hrentwood,
er. I. 8. Uavls, Pastor. R E. Hunt, Supt.
Clifton Avenue Rnptlst Church, Itev.
Johnson Graham, Pastor.
Shlloh Baptist Church. Rolling Mill Hill,
sUt. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
Tenth Avenue Baptist Church. Rev.' H.
aggtos, Psstor. Service! n a. m. and 8
a. m. ; Sunday School S :45 r m.
ML View Baptist Church, Rst. W. P.
all. Pastor. Cleramle R. Ross, Supt.
Mt Bethel, East Nashville, Sundsy
ehool 9:80 a. m. ; services 11 a. m. and
p. at. Sundays: services Tuesday and
Tharsday nights. Rev. D. A. Wieakley, Pas
ts.; air. W. O. Randolph, Supt. Sunday
121 J m rrviX V " b, Bnd S.p' ra-. I1' "mini? t TtOo'p m. I'riyw mrem
LA'w.Ti niekeleon, Church Clerk. T. (i. ! (iv' Ptrwt Chrlntlun Thurrh. Kld,r r
i-nmr. nununv m-iiikii . Wi i-hrictinn r-njH u ..
a"V i.i. Smith
aft Cslrsry, East Nithrllle. Sunday
shoal I It a. m. ; prsachlng 11 a. a. and
p. n. Sundays; comsunlta ssrrlcet sverj
mw nmr. no pas'ar.
Ua Baptist Bast Nashrllla, Sunday
aoi i n i. tn. ; praachlnc 11 a. n. and
t p. bi. Sunday-: conimunitn serTlces erery
4 . P l m. . ..
ii osuuay. ner. joaepn B.eu, rastor ;
rat. a. a. tsennett, sunt. (Sunday School.
Pree SUrer Dan Mission, Sunday school
at 9:30 a. n. ; preachlnft 11 a. m. and
8 :10 p. m. Sundays : communltn serrlcea
srery drat Sunday. Rey. Jas C. HaTnee,
l'aator: Mr. 11. Clay McHenry, Supt 'Sun
et ..aanruie, bunday school 0:30
" : preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p i : Tues
I day niRbt prayer serTlces, Wednesday nlKht
P"cllln ' communitn aerrlces every Brst
rucrift Cmanurt. Sunday School 9:30
a. m. . preaching 1 1 a. m and 8 :80 p. m.
Sundays. Mrs. J. B. Bryant Superintendent
Sanday School. Rev. A. 1'btlllps, Pastor.
Roer Williams 'Diversity Campus. Bun-
i day School 9 :30 a. tn. : B. Y. 1". .'. 7 n.
Ir. A. M. Townscnd, President ; Rev J
M. H Z10N
Hills Chapel Church. Cor. Leicis snd Short
Sunf!flV Hchaitl Q n wn lrnh(n 11 n.
i 9 p. ni. Sundays. Uev. Z. V. Hill. Pastor
Zlon Church (Sunday School. Howsrton
Avenue, near Fifth Sunday services 11 a.
i n ' -an P- m
Holy Family. 643 Third Aveaae N
lay servieea 1(:80
a. m. Rav. Father I
j Holiness. 60.1 Twelfth Avenue, N.
services 11:39 a. m. and T p. a.
Klder J. G. Daaent Pastor
School (Satin-day) at 9 :4S a.
; i ji:ib a. m. ; preaching aerr-
ices every .Sunday evening at B
trinal subjects sre dlscnsaed st "'Stki'
mlaalanary meeting every fourth SjEath
at ll:lt a. m.; prayer meeting W'sdngikiy
v-iuv, urcrreuea dv sene secv
wvnmimi mi I : rvllOWsa y Oh Sir pIUC
tin. All ars welcome.
Howard Cens-reenrlAnay chvp i-fth
Avenoe N. Bear Church. Services Sunday j
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday Schoel v :o
a. m. ; cemuunloa every 1st Stindav 11
a. m. : prayer meeting Wriio oirht
Miss Frances itnnks. Church Clerk. T. M.
Broom Held. Psstor.
I'nion. Flsk University Campus. Preach
ing services at 11 a.m. followed by Ban- !
day School, V. U. C. A. and C. H. Meet- i
Ings at 9 a. m. ; mlselon Sunday Bchsel 2
p. m. ; prayer meeting Wednesdny at 6:40
L. m. J. N. Haskell. Pastr; F. A Mc
Keniie, President: Kev. tJ. W. Morrow, I
Deun; ,T T. Falrchlld, Treasurer. i
St. Mary's Chapel. '.'Ol:! Twelfth Avenue
N. Sunday School H :3t a. hi. ; preaching
11 a. ui. ; y. p. 8. C. E.t p. m, j
fct Andrew Presbyterian Church Cnr.
li a. m. and fl :30 ; Tharsdav 7:88: choir:
rehearsal Tuesday and Saturday svenlmm I
Church op.n dally. ,
The Church of' the Living Oed 184 4th
Ave.. S. C. W. V. V ) llev W blowen i
Pastor. Pundav Pcliooj 9:80 a m. :' services
1 1 m i . ZiZll. l :
m . n'll'ltnw u-i---' m.'.L n. -
ladles 8. 8. Clnu Tharsday 4 :.1
1. P. P. Club Sunday 4:30 p. m.
COUHtED METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Lane Tnbernacle. Sartni a Buna
School 0:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:88 a. nj.
and 8 p. m. Cpworth Leaus n.erlne at
0 ;30 p. rn. ; prayer meeting every Wednes
day at 8 o'clock.
Phillips Chapel, 8 Wharf Ave. Bundny
m-iuiui .,iu n. m. ; c ieairue 7 D. nv
CUm meetine Tuaeday night; Bible Chi9S
" '"""ii1? niym.
Capers Chapel. Church St. Preaching at
H m. and 8 p. m. : Sunday School 9:80
''. E. League 7 p. m. ; Tuesday BhTht.
class meetiai;; Wednesday 3 p. m., Bible
Church of the noly Trinity. Ewlng
Avenue and Sixth Avenue S. 'The Rev.
F.lmcr M. M. Wright, Priest In Charge.
Celebratlin nnd Holv Kucharist and Ser
mon 11 a. m. : Sunday school 9:80 a. m.
Evening Pong and Sermon 8 p. in. A church
with welcome to all.
M -f.'ik MomoH i t ! vLl.,,,
. ' ' i T n I'i'. 30I 1 rJ?h'Jn
St P. in-
day School 0:30 a. m.; Suaday services
1 1 a. ni. and 7 :3fl p. m. P.ev. W. It. Steph
ens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. fireen. Clerk ; I'rot
'I. I!, ll.irdlman, Superintendent of Sun
liraden Chapel. "05 Georgia Street, Saa
day services 1 la. m. and 7:30 p. m. Kev.
W. V.. Mitchell. Pastor.
(i.'idon Chapel. Herman St.. near Pros
pect. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. h. Itev. ,1. W. 8atterneld. Pastor.
Hubbard's Chapel. Trimble S. W. Cor.
F Hill. Sunday servioes 11 n. m. nnd 7:30
p. n Rev. .1. P. Price. H. p., Pastor. Mr.
Mayiielil, Superintendent of Sunday school.
S'-avs Chapel. (Jreen street, cor. Fair
field Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 i'M
p in Kev. p. T. Iturcli, p. p.. rastor.
Eleventh Avenue M. E. Church. Serv
ices 1'. a. m. and 8 p. m. : Sunday School
'.' : I" S. M. Stre.yhorne. Pastor.
T'ompson Chapel. Walden tlnlvemtj
Campus. Sunday School 0:3(1 n. m. ; preacU
Ingll a. m. ; prayer services. 7 p. m. Snp
di.y I nlversity services at the Mehnrrj
Ai.iiilorliim on the second Sunday of eau
month, 11 a. m. R"V. White. I) P., Presi
C IUMSTIAN ftlf'tiniFS
I n ii. rki.ii.. nt i. t,. i
. t. "... mil in .m
ii-iiir. riprvireM Miinnnv il a. m. nnr. N
1 n. m Sundnv Rchnnl n -.to m v. ....
rastor. tMTviri'S 11 a. m. sod
l in.: Pundav Sfhcnl 12:30: Willing
Wmlicrs flub M-ery T.iu-Nnav night; i'aj
l"t Aid Hot-Iffy jve'v rildaj night. S.
i iiunnifr, ifra.
willow Klroot. S. Hill S. W. Corner First
A.enui'. Sunday sorvuva 7 .SO p. m.
r lurch of Chrln. ("hiumtte snd 6tn
AFItlCAX MF.TIIOPIST EPISCOPAL
Ivihel. 10th Avenue 8. Sunday service
It n m. and 8 p. ra. : Si.ndav School :8
i nnsunn .nuenvor meeting 7 p.m.
class nnd prayer mwtlni; Thursday nlL'tit.
"'".V p- J- ''''"'"f!1' J''- , ,
I rlnlty A. M. K Funu j School !:8u n
m',7 m- u'- - '"Wcl1, Pastor
da fj "T m 'and 8TlX'"-k Sund'v
( , - 0 V tn ' hrlsUnn Fndeo? 7
"- tneetlnc Thursday :.-t:hi. Itev. H. U.
M. Luke. I'lrst Street, W. Nashville.
iMiuwiy services n a. m. nnd 8 p. ni. ,
Suhdiiy School 8:30 u. m ; Chrlstlnn Ka-rt-avor
7 p. m. Uev. James K. Chlldrest),
Salem. Cor. 4tli Avetiie, North and Bu
(hnr.an St. Sunday servicth 11 u. m. and
s p. in : Sunday School 0 :c0 a. m. j Chris
tian I'ndeavor 7 p. m. ; class meeting Thurs
diiir nltflit : prayer mating Tuesday night.
Itev. A. Whltworth, Pmti.i
iScovel St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Berv-
Ices 11:30 a. m. nd 8 p. m. Sunday school
111:30 a. m. : Chrlstlnn Kndevnor 7 p. m. ;
i mss .Meeting Thursday night ; Itev. W. A.
I eyries Chapel. Cor. 7t'i r.nd Winter fits.
Siindnj services 11 a. ru. and 8 p. in.;
Sunday school 0:30 a. m. ; Christian Bn
denioi 7 p. m. ; clnss nifttliig Thursday
night; prnyer meeting Tuesday night Rev.
J. n. Johnson. 1), I)., Pattor.
St James, Mooretoivn. Sunday service
11 a m. and 8 p. m. . uiiday School :30
a. m. : Chrlstlnn Kndenvor 7 p. m. Rev.
U. I. Jackson, Pastor
St. John Church. Corner 8th Ave., N.
and Ccdnr St. Kev. J. M. Smith, Pastor.
bunCay School 0 :30 a. ni. ; preschlng 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. E. League 7 P
m.: class meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. m.
St. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., 8. snd
Franklin St Rev. H. L. Joaes, Pastr.
Sunday Cchool 9:30 a. m. ; service 11 a.
auJTiMia.: C. P. Imu M
b. TriMtaa fcaara lat Mil; aicat;
Tbasada, aieht; lumf
E?"? t. : re
hearsal Frtasy Meat
BL PbllUpa. Ml. tie. (Taos). Ba
day MMcae 11 a. as. aaa 8 p. a.; Su
dsy ackaol t IS a. l ; Christian Bwtaa
or 7 p. B. ; cUaa BesUn( Tharadas alafct.
Rev. M. U Spears, rait or.
6L Petar A. M K. Chorea. 4 milts ea
tha White Creek like Handay School u
a. m. ; preaching 11:30 t. m. : Ailea
Christian Kadeaver T p. m.; 'praacalag
S p. m. R. James U Martin, Pastor.
Plat Rack. Sunday aerrleaa 11 a. av
and p. m. ; Sunday Sckool :10 a. B. ;
class meeting Friday night
Houses of Warship of the rations TVnoral
nations In Greater Nashville, giving tbe
location of tha church with the hour or
1 serTlces aa handed to to church Bdttor of
Tlie -Nashville Globe. See that your church
isnd the name of your rastor appears In
L i . . A . . . . . . .....
. tnis iireciory vail tna t ourco uaitor.
Sylvia St. Hantlst Church. Cor. th St
land Shftlby Ave. Sunday School 9 SO a. b.
to 10 :45 a. m. ; Devotion and sermon ev
ery Sunday. 11 a. m. to 1 :00 p. m. ; B. T.
P. t'. 7 :O0 p. m. to 8:0 p. m. Devotloa
and sermon 8:00 p. m. to A :S0 p. m. Com
munion each first ftunriiv S :0A n. lu.
Teachers' Meeting 7 :S0 p. m. to 8 :S0 p.
m. iTayer meeiini; B:3" p. m. to a :ao p. m.
Rev. J. R.Evans, A. M., Pastor. Mr. Her
bert Cunningham, 8eo,
ST. LUKE'S A. M. E. CHURCH.
The grandest and greatest rally ever
held in west Nashville, will be held
on the Fifth Suntlav in Julv at St.
Luke's A. M. E. Church. Thjj rally
sermon will be delivered by Rev. J. H.
Smith D. P., pastor of St. John's A.
M. E. Church. Every one is cordially
invited to attend, a very big time is
The Sunday School Glee Club is still
i progressing uuu every niemoer is pui-
lt"n mini lis utsi Cliuil. lu I11UH.U 1L
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EAST
"Experimental Religion" will be the
theme of Kev. V. S. Ellinstoj's dis
course Sunday morning. The choir
of the church will give a sacred con
cert Sunday night under the direction
of .Mr. Fleetwood Petway. The night
. j services will close with the adminis
tration of the Ordinance of Baptism.
These services always attract large
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services throughout the day Sun
day were grand. Sunday school is
growing and new life is to be seen.
11 a. m. and S p. m. Kev. J. H.
Smith, 11. I)., sounded the gospel
trumpet and the sermons were eluirt
ily enjoyed and most especially is
this true at S p. m when a sermon
befitting each and eevry one was de
livered, and it taken in will make
true and honest Christian men and
women of the hearers. Sunday at 11
a. ,111., the beloved pastor will preach
on the subject, "The School of
Christ." At S p. m., the president of
Turner Colle.ae, Rev. L. J. .Johnson,
1). L)., will deliver an address on
Education, this being educational Sun-j
day for our beloved Turner. An edu-j
cafional rally and contest Is on. The!
following young ladies will contest: i
Miss E. Cross. .M. Ewing, Allie Whit
talier, Ethel Perkins, R. Love, M.
Moore. The best paper is to bo
awarded. Each member is asked to
pay foc for the cause of education.
The A. C. E. League will bo ad
dressed by Rev. J. H. Smith, P. D.,
at ;::! p. ni. His subject will bo
"Shine Your Hill." The public is in
vited. We are glad to report a most
excellent return from the District
Conference. All delegates in and
good health to all with inspiration,
new zeal, fresh courage and renewed
interest. St. John delegation was not
lacking for anything that tends to
ward progress. The papers and re
ports of Mrs. W. I). Rucker, Misses
M. Moore and Jennie I.ove were
strong and forceful and held the con
ference. A word for dear old Tayne ('Impel
linked with the historic old mother on
Thursday evening a little conspiracy
was formed against Miss Lulu Wool
fork of the above named church.
Miss Topp and Rev. Spears, 1). S.,
II. D., M. D., of St. Phillip, wanted to
assist the chorister in their sweet
music, so they arranged for a solo by
Miss Woolfork. This Bhe kindly and
willingly consented to do and it need
not be said it was well rendered.
C. M. E. CHURCH BEGINS WORK
The C. M. E. Church members who
bt.ve move 1 here from other cities
hailed witl? delight the coming of
ISishop H. A. Carter of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Editor J. Arthur Hamlet, of Jack
son, Tenn., last week. They perfect
ed an organization and purchased a
beautiful brick church and parsonage
from the Evangelical Association. It
Is a magnificent edifice and the prop
erty is wortn i.imju.
Editor J. Arthur Hamlet conducted
the first services in the church Sun
day and received a large number of
members into the church. The church
is anxious that the P.ishops Council
be held here in October.
The legal side of transferring this
property was ablv looked after by At
torney O. S. Mosley of this citv. Mr.
Mosley is formerly of Topeka, Kans.,
and is making good in his profession
GA1EDA CLASS FTFTEENTII AVE
NUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Caleda rlass met last Wednes
day nluht at the residence of Miss
Mary Jefferson, lti02 Patterson sttret
The president called the house to or
der at S:.'lo o'clock. After song and
prayer the lesson was discussed foi
about 30 minutes, which every one en
joyed. After quotations and dues the
business part of the meeting was dis
cussed. The class decided to have a
parlor concert some time next month,
which will be quite a treat to all that
will attend. About twenty answered
to the roll call and two joined the
After being dismissed, Miss Jeffer
son, assisted by her aunt, Mrs. Sophia.
Hodge, served the class to sandwiches
and lemonade, which waB quite re
freshing. The class adjourned to
meet next Wednesday night with Mrs
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH
A good sized audience (greeted, the
pastor. Dr. J. A. Jones, last Sunday
morning at the 11 o'clock service and
were delighted at the delivery of a
most Inspiring discourse on the sub
ject: "Home Religion." Dr. Jones had
Just returned from am extensive trip
thru itihe North, visiting his chlMiren
In Detroit, Mich., and stopping over
for short intervals at Toledo, Cincin
nati, Dayton, o., and Louisville, Ky.
Every diefpartmenib; of tthe dhurch
seems to be now at work as never
before. A 'grand ifall rally is being
planned at -a-hion time a substantia
sum Is expected to be raised on the
church debt. A church conference Is
called (op ThurrM&y tOg-bt) (for the
purpose of making all necessary ar
rangements for the rally.
The general public is cordially In
vited out to the church next Sunday
morning. Aug. 29th to hoar the pastor
on the subject: ''Damaged Goods."
This discourse is inspired by 'the
photo-play that was recently placed
on the screen in the local picture
houses of the city.
The pastor invites especially the
young people to come. He also eays
that mothers Tvilh young girls just
entering society "rill no doubt piroftt
by attending this service.
ST, ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Eighth Sunday after Trinity.
The Epistle, Rom. 8:12-16.
The Gospel, St. Matt. 7:15-21.
Morning, "The Myrtery of Man's
Vesper, "In Danger."
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY BAPTIST
The Women'9 Missionary Baptist
City Union will hold their regular
quarterly meeting at 3:00 p. m., at the
Publishing House, 523 second Ave., N.
Friday Aug. third, 1917. All the Pres
idents of the local auxiliaries and
Board members are here by notified
to be present. Having been wonder
fully blessed in the past year with our
work and being able to carry up such a
splendid report to the State Conven
tion. Let us meet and join in thanks
to the Lord for past blessings and map
out our plans for the ensuing year.
Determining by the help of God to
do more work and better work for
Mrs. H. M. Burns, President.
Mrs. A. V. Marshall, Corresponding
The Auxiliary of the 15th Avenue
Baptist Church met In its regular meet
ing on Thursday night, July 19th at the
residence of Mrs. Lou Willie Yates on
State St. The Scripture lesson was
read from the 7th chapter of Matthew
and was discussed by the president for
About 20 were in attendance with
several visitors. We are very young
in our missionary work, but the Lord
will help us to grow as strong as our
After all business we heard remarks
from our delegates from the State Con
vention which were very interesting to
all. Remarks from the president. Col
lection. After the meeting was dis
missed, the hostess served a most de
lightful salad sandwiches and an ice
course. All thanked the hostess and
at 10:30 werfe on their way home.
Mrs. W. O. Moore, President.
MET0KA CLASS OF PLEASANT
GREEN BAPTIST SUNDAY
The Metoka Class of Pleasant Green
Baptist Sunday school met at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Black
1207 Phillip St. The meeting was
called to order by the acting president,
and much effective work was planned
and done. Those present were: Messrs
Moses Reeves, James Harvell, J. L.
Grooms, E. H. Lee, T. G. Marshall, M.
J. McCoolom, Urban Rucker and
Misses Josie E. and Fannie Cowan,
Black and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Black.
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80 Spring Bt, Bethlehem, Pa.
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BETHEL A. JI. E. CHURCH.
Lest Sunday, the pastor being at the
So. Nashville District Conference at
Cedar Grove.. The pulpit was well
filled and astrong and powerful sermon
was delivered by Dr. G. W. Allen, D.
D at 8 o'clock the pastor was back
at his post and stirred the congregation
with a great and soul-stirring sermon
which was very much enjoyed.
Th Sunday school was held as usual.
The A. C. E. League closed out a
Membership Campaign between two
colors red and blue. The two clubs
tied. The affair was very successful. A
social will be given later to the League.
Bethel was well renreaentAil at the
Conference. The following officers has
been appointed for the missionary So
ciety. Mrs. A. B. Morris, President, Mrs.
Everrit Curtis, Vice President, Miss
Jossle Dolenson, Secretary, Mrs. C. C.
An entertainment was given last
Tuesday night by the Trustee Aid
Board. Known as the trip around the
World, which started at the residence
of Mrs. Bessie Woods 826 Vernon Ave.,
The Captains of the clubs of the A. C.
E. League: Misses Pearl Grantt, and
HUBBARD CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday school at 9:30, preaching at
1 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
; Junior and Senior League at 3 p. m.
I and 7:30 p. m.
' Board meeting Monday night, prayer
i meeting Tuesday night. Ladies Aid
Wednesday night and class meeting
Thursday night, Saturday night July
29th the Rosebud Club will give a
lawn fete at the president's home,
Miss Beatrice L. Bogle 938 4th Ave So.
' The first Saturday night in August
(the Ladies Aid will give a spelling
j match all are cordially invited to at
' tend each meeting and especially the
i Sunday services.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT CONFER
ENCE OF A. M. E. CHURCH.
Columbia, Tenn., July 23. 1917:
The Columbia District Confernce of
the A. M. E. Church convened at
Sandy Hook, Tenn., July 18th, 1917.
Rev. I. J. Edwards P. E. The con
ference was organized by the election
of Rev. F. T. Connor, ecretary, Miss
assistant Secretary, E. J.
King and W. C. Jennings, Marshals,
Reporters were elected for the vari
ous church papers and the Nashville
Globe. The annual sermon was preach
ed by Rev. G. R. Norman, Able ser
mons were delivered during the session
by Revs. Flowers, White Russel, Led
ford, West, Frierson, Brltt and the
Rev. Ledford conducted the Evange
listic service and 17 persons accepted
Christ and 5 united with the church,
The spiritual tide was high during the
Peace and harmony ruled supreme.
Friday afternoon the Women's Mis
sionary meeting under the direction of
Mrs. A. M. Russel the District Presi
dent was a great success. Many able
papers were read and discussed and all
left with a greater zeal to do more for
mission than ever.
Rev. W. H. Porter, P. E. of the helby
ville District" visited the conference
and gave some wholesome advice.
Rev. W. H. Ogleton the popular pas
tor at this place has erected and al
most paid for (owing less than $100) a
new chapel at this place, which stands
as a credit to the denomination. The
pastor and generous people spared no
pains in making it pleasant for the
Resolutions to this effect were unan
imously adopted by the conference.
ear a Truss Any Longer.
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If ruptured, write him today, at Marshall, Mich. ,
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H. D. BANKS.
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G. Fain, pastor of the First Baptist
Church at Clinton, Tenn. The two
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last week. While in the city they
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wonderful progress made by the Ne
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Among the points of interest visited
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DR. N. A. PEYTON PASSES THE
TENNESSEE STATE BOARD-
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21 Jansen St , Dubuque, Iowa.
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