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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1917.
isa. as T:SO a. as.; A. C F. Utp :
jla, at; TrwtM tN lat V.wda; altht;
;tlua savlm- Tkaraaiay algai; M.ar.i'
I Brvlim ewy Taraday 3 p. a. ; caaU r-
, Hears, Friday B'.CUL
i Nt. Phillip. Mt. Xrba. (Texas). Ia
day mvicm 11 a, m. aad II a aa. : -
, day mmI 9 a. at. ; Chrl.uaa txW
The W oman s Auxiliary of the :
I Ssl.,,,.1 A:uni'i:kllfMi ulil,.,i mul lit '
I l,,,.,,s..,. K.,r-., h,,., ..l.,o.,.l ..,,l.,,..l,., KVS.
I , ,..,, . . . ', ....Miss Lizzie Mai Doyle of Mitral'
.hue " sieva iikf ptinnav Jtuwt hr.ti .nw .:ir.a A l-ri.j imiiihui .,1 "v
till H .His
Ctarhathtaa Baptist Cnareh, W. NaaavtU. , Me. Calvary
- Marray. laator. k,v. S. kV Pa School H a.
auwiuniKl RAFTIST CHCBCIHS.
alt Obva Raptiat Caurca, Rev. C. II.
park, D. li., 1'ut.r. Kuanae l'ra.yer nwt.
Um. ua.tay Krhaol t :Su a. at. ; ' crv
, H:tH a. at. aid S:9 y. v; Cosa
noitlnu avery it Sunday, :0 p. m. ;
Jr a ad Teachers' mcetlnc Tuiuife.
MKat: 1-rearaiiia Thursday alrtt 1'bll t 9:30 a.
li;laa, Ckarth Clerk. G. P. Kaker. Surt. : P-
Kays, Av.sna Baptist Charth, 1107
Kayu Are. gsiiday K kMl 9 :4 j a. m.; Krv.
tnaa H :0t) a. at. and 8 :(H p. a. ; I'rayer
Biretlug Tbamhi.v niRht ; Teachers' meot
tort Friday ahjht. Mrs. Miittla liedmoad,
First Hapttet Church. East Nashville.
Rev. . S. Kllini;ti. l"Htor. Sun.lay achmil
a.. ia.; areacltius 11:00 a. ui. and
:t'0 p. w. ; imi.Tiv ineHiim; M'nlnMtM
olk-ht'. Cl.'olr r:parsal TimnHlar mpa';
luuclir' Uoc(!iig Kri.faj mKi,i. A. V. riit
Sliv.'t r.siflsr CTc'h. K.'v
8ariio. i'i,t. Minder (j :;u
prcnthinj S:ini!uy 11 (.11 . m. 1Uh ,
i. iih.ii TuiirMUy Blclit. Cravrr Mi.
iisUy m-.iH. i:. T. i.rnv.i. .':nn:i i
l.i.'.j ui alley. ;.i m Ai-diiu- .'n
miii :i. ;.'.n avi... mhi i :
tlMMIU'. II. h.. I
k. Dl. AUfi v .(i
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!'. ni ; llHllnv i-
i in : .t ..ir r.''-.-i'rst hnr.Uy li:
avL iiiouipMin. fupl.
Talvrnavli- impii.t Cluirch, lnnj Motitu
t. U M. P.nras, n. n., i A, ,r sinnUv
Mhiwl at S:;i0; servlcs Stmd.iT 11 nil k
i. and :0U p. m. ; T!mimjy s ,.v ,,. m.:
V. i1. L'. 11:30 Sunday. Tim hers' nifft
lng nrdnrptl.ty nllit ; l'myer M..,.tliiB
luwlay nu;lit; choir riunwl i ridM?
DlIlL L.ftrd II SuLl)ir vrv 1 v..n.iur ii-.-l'
:0 n. m. ilra. A. v. Uamhnii i i.,.r..i tloliuos. I"j Xwviltu Avenue,
i.; ureacblnc 11 a. tn aud
Sundays : cumniunltD aervlcea verv
Lisu HaptUt ICait NaanvlUe, Sunday
an a. m. ; praacnln li a. m. and
M i. ni. Sunday ; coaitnuniin services every
first Sunday. Uev. JosepU Kpil, I'astur ;
1'n.f. A. A. lii-nueit. tupt. Sunday SolioOI.
Fras Silver 1'lan MiMloa, Sunday school
m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and
Sundays ; cuuimuuitn irvices
very lirsi bunday. Kev. Jas C. ilaynea.
I'astur: Mr. II. Ciay MclK'nry. Supt Sun
West Naslirille, Sunday school 9 :S9 a.
m. ; prracuiuj; li a. m. aud s pin.; lui-s-Uay
niglit pruyvr scrvues., Ve,luiu..y ni(;lit
prmiiiiug; (ouiuiiiuitu wnurj every nrst
sundi). K.-v l. C. Slitrmn, l'a.-tor; Mr.
U. 11. Williams, Suppriuieudint Sunday
11U.rim I'Miinui l, Sunday School 9 :3l
a. ui. , prcaiiuii li a. m. and S :3u p. lu.
auuuays. .irs. J. c. i. riant sui-vnuti'udcut
juiul.i.v iviiK'i, li-v. A. l'lilitipN, 1'alor.
Kejer WilUaiui Iclvcrsity Campus. Sun
day stuoiil u a. m. ; H. V. 1". L. I p. ui. ;
In. A. M. Touusi-nd, I'ri-sideut ; liev J. li.
A. il. K. ZlOX
iii. i li-i'i iiurv.i. Cor. Lenis and Snort
Mii.il.ji ..,,.,11 'j a. l reacilllii 11 a. lu.
.i ,.. i... s..i. I.e. i.. ,. Hill, I'aM.T.
j..i.u 1 liiiiiii Ulla;ly School, UowctluL
Anii.u-, Hear l".ilu suuduy stl'vlccs n u.
.a. alia i ..ill . m.
I. .. 1 l.v'l.H .
Holy l uiuil, OiS lliird Avenue X, Sua
dM ,rvict-s iU:-0 a. ui. kui. aluel
i itiukcU, i'riesii.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S AUXILI- jcompanled bv Mr. Bernlce Whltaker.
ARY STONE RIVER ASSOCIATIOri.! Mr. Sam Mitchell left the 7th for
ihis home tn Indiana. Mr9. Lee Mc-
!iniilil enti'i (uint'il nt ilinnor Suiui.iy
I'.arhain, Wotiten anil others.
l..t II I.. .. . . .. 11.11
tl.l i - , ...1I1A9 .lldl I'll If 111 OUKUl lllll
w.ir Turn- ri, Tk,,i session. i ne sei fnii reiioris siuiweu . , . , . . , ,,
vor 7 p. m., class ateeuar Ikaratlai isn- ... ' snt-nl last .utik nt the home nf Mrs.
l.ce MoUonalil. She left for home
ISth. nm! was aocoiuiiaiiii'il as
a. m. ; preau-hini: 11:30 a. ai. ; Allen ; . : ...... far ns Mri. J. M. Tavlor'a bv Misses
Christian Kadeaver 7 p. m-; preeliis ' uoiesatt's ere luesent aim eie luua " , . . n,l Hlmrhi. I'h-in-
p. ui. Hev. Jamw U klartia. Pastor. I ill th.'ir praise for the good people of N"n,m" '"V.1 ,. ' '.V, , . .
Fist lUick. suudai services 11 a. m : :m-tVn.wliiii-n whn i..ft no si.in.. mi. Ill. -Mr. h. U. Whltaker nmt wlie
turned for the comfort and enter- sl,0t ,nP ""' wi,n an"
tainnient of the. visitors. The follow-! Hlanohe fhappell Sunday. Mr. Ern
iii',' ollicers were elected: Mrs. Man , est Taylor took diner with Mr.
I'riest. president; Mrs. Edna Pren-' Johnnie Mitchell the Ind Sunday,
non, first vice president; Mrs. Conic- Mr. J. E. McDonald caled to see his
ia Klovil. second vice president; Mrs. 'auntie and grandmother. Mrs. Ophe-
I'l kJ V" .h , . ,h,.e,n' il Williams, recording secretary; lia Taylor and Mrs. A. M. .MoDmiulU
ot'-nr Pa!.ir Appears In Mrs. . 1.. Ilardinu'. corrcpondinR se -'the 19th. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Mitch-
Pleasant cauers at tne
ttev. ai. U Srrars. pastor. ' a marked increase or work ana n
St. ivter A. m. K. cknrch. mile i nam e raised over the reports of the
ties were present and were loud
aud k p. in. : Sunday School 0 :0
class mcctiti Friday ntghL
Sunday CIU'KCII DlUECTiiRY.
Hoiim's of Worship of the various iienotni
nations in tiroati'r Xashville, Kivluj; the
hxatiun ni tie churih artth the hour of
Hcrvnes as handitt in tn oluircU Fiitor nt
aud the mme of yonr Pastor appears
this liirectory Call tha Church Editor.
ivtary; -Mrs. K. 11. lloyd, treasurer;
S.vivia St. Itaptlst Church. Cor. Bth St. !
and She'hv Ave. Sunday School y :S0 a. m. j
'to 10:4"i a. in.; Devotion and sermsn ev- ;
ery Sunday. Ha. in. to I :0o p. u. : K. Y. I
' V. V. 7 :(H) p. m. to 8:01 p. m. Devotion
snd trtmn S.Oo p. m. t4 U :30 p. lu. Com- :
nmniun ea li tir-i Sunday 3 :00 p. ui- 1
i Tku-Ihts' Meetinj: 7 :.'!0 p. m. to S :30 p.
m. I'raver instini; 8:S p. m. to 9 30 p ic.
Kev. J. lt.Fvans. A. M.. Pastor. Mr. Ilor
i bt rt Ciniiiiii.liaiii, Sec.
GALLDA CLASS FIFTEENTH
AVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
; d;:y ri ;1,' ;i
; t."ara S-,;!i!f
liiivi:; ; :
ri-.v-i.U -il. :
i ht ;c.n'!-i
I tan; li'.ir'ie.'
; c.mvliUd il
, vli;, :i w.is
i so l A'..!H 1 1 answered
and re ;!ni',;k' 1 with dues
class met l:ist Weilnes-'
t'l'e re ddence ef .Mi-s
C.rant street. The
ca'.Ud t.i order bv the
K alwent. the asis.
in for :'ei minutes,
beaut it'ully diseii--
tn roll call
home of Miss Lizzie Mitchell Sunday.
.Vises Lena Whitaker, Lizzie Doyle,
Oshie Kirk, Willie Mil McDonald and
Zulu 11. ChappoH were callers on j
Miss annie 1. Hums Thursday aft- .
ernoon. Miss Lena Whitaker took
dinner with Mrs. Lee McDonaUl
Wednesday. Mises Lizzie Doyle nm
Zula l" happen visited Mm. Mol'.ie
Harwell Monday pinniint and Miss
Lizzie Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. James
Taylor and little son Huhht. too
dav. Durinir our revival last week
Ulincr with Mrs. Lue Whitaker Sut!
' there w as one sriul saved, wo are sl'id
to say and we are emnpe'led to com
11 i m "il t Uev. Barhani bee "!.-e he
did s'line Kood r-reaeliir.?;. We would
be glad to have iiiiu and his wi it-
pay us a isit again.
THE STAR HAIR GROWER
H0NDERFI L HAIR DRESSING atl 6R0WEH
Due thousand ageuta waniod tinod moaay madss
.Vain sKuns la tvery city and tiIIIbkb to aUI TUB
iTAK MA1K IsstilWKK. This ma wondarfol prcpa
uu l'u tm um1 vrtuh or without straightening fcoua.
Sella lor 4 per bux-tina Aic box will prin las Has
tn.v permm who will use a e bux will bt ouulnosl.
n'o iiiutts r wriai hat, l:iue-'. to grow yoiir hair Jus g W
rliN vtau maim i.mlk'l'U a trial and vou will OS easx
Ij.tiioid hend in- for l u. I sie.1 box. Kyou wtok M ba
vtcnt send si UU and we iil seud you a iiii supav
hut yon can bxiln work ill nine; also at silt a ntasA.
Sella all monei bv Mooev tlrdar to
TIio Star Hair Grower Mfgr.'
atkra Braaek-Baa 111
ism In Uw 8ith ll kiir ..i v-.Ji i-lil
.w rim bsllii Kiir Jraw llfjr. ilu IK iuniMi'S.
i t WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MONEY
I K.NTCOS'J'AL CIU'KCHKa.
services 11 :30
Bl. und T p.
tiers. Henry Marshall. Supt.
seeond liaptist, Stevens St., Corner IV- '
Inga unday Schoo, .99 ; aervlc.s bKV.CsTH PAY ADST1ST.
Keeling- Tuesday nights; pr,chin(f' Thurs-
aader . U. Dascilt, l'at.t,ir Sabbath
da nlshts; eommunitn aerTieea every ttrst t1i,t,UI"aaI' ' - " : ':
Bnndey. Uev. U. It. Tavlor Dl) Pastor- 11 :1 m-; ,rllU"1IS
oar Seh.L Mrs. If. rf. uZyatr, Htipt. tr.'.l ".'1 b. vic.1JV
ia talen. L'Ud Ave.. S. and V.il.n.lll. " " """ l"14J4MWJ
lay .-x-nonl u ;3Q . tn.; preaching
il P- m- 1WV. J. T. lunstUlL
. Pastor, lion rue iK-Usy, Bupt.
alt. Nbo, . w. Nashville. Sun.i.. h..i
a. m. ; services 11 a. m .,h u .... i
p. m Sunday; eooimunltn servlres every I CONOUEOATIONAU
.. ..r v.. ... rturpo. i-ajitor air.
missionary mectiui: everv fourth iTLuatn
at 11:1 a. ai. ; player iueuug 'iavtsr
sveaing at 7 :o rellowed by cueir pTue
tic. All ars welcome.
.."h B"l'erlnteiident Sunday BenaoL
Hebrew ISantlst church w. u-....7
JJlk0urT Baptist Church, Hey. I. S.
.Zloa, ,genon street. Car. litk
AT, N. Suuday Schaol 8 : a. n. ; nrenck
iV SBd :eo. P- BUkdays. Hev.
laRiidnt Buuaay SchoeL
rairiuia, Sunday Schoel 8 :80 a. m ser
Um U a. ui. and p. m. Sundays j coo-
V"u J"1 a"t Sunday. Itev.
J. K. 8tatton, Pastsr. J. n Caruthi-m
inperlntendent Sundae Seha.,1 carutuini'
Horth Sixth Street, East Nashville, Sun
flay Seho.1 :S0 a. ,. ; service, n a. a.
mua a m. Ui. nUBOAVI
DW8Ui?t1fJ,r5,,i"Sepl1 Tun8tu11- '' PBESBTTWHAN
Boek City. Snnday School 9:S0; services t?t-iwAu,lr,,wrrMb7terll.B Caurs. Cor.
11 a. m. and a p m. Suidava- iiiaver tt."1ATe- nJi.Ga' ,t,m- 4i,v- n.
day nights. Iiv. A. W. WilsoV pfsto? M"0" ":8ttJa- -i krtees :st a. n...
Ilawkina 6t, SL-nday ScnioT's -Ho 2 m iV ""i :"i 4, 7 :ktt ; cou
ervlcea 11 a. m. and 8 n b L,iir "T1 Pueaaay and oaturday evanoup,.
caklT K...HIH. v. j ?L : .u."l",', Church euon dally.
aonnl7 ' ;nll."l0f; fUt Cuurch or tha Mrln. at KiU kt
n . ruk A u
WilUnit Wsrkers t.'luh Tkanrfu a u
ai. ; Udies 8. H. Uuk Xharsduy :8 p.
m.; V. P. P. Club Sunday 4:tt n m.
Uowarrl Cui:rei:Hflaiial Chan-ai. Itn
j Arena N. near Churcu. Services kunduy
1 11 a. a. and p. ui. ; Sunday adumi V .m
a. ai. j communion tvsry li aunday 11
a. as. : prayer meeting Wednesday aivkt.
allsa Frances Haiiks, tkurcli Clark. T. AI.
I iBina. Kiak Vn'.Tersity Caaiuaa, Proasli
Ing services at 11 a. a. fk-ltewsd by baa
day ajcbiwl, 1. il. C. A. aad C. at Ueet
at a. m. ; atualen MuaaWy Seksol :
'p. m. ; pruyer aieeuu Wealuesiiuy at .4u
p. u. J. W. QusktlL Paaur; F. A. Mo-
:b.eaaia, Preildeat; 8v. W. llrrw,
lAutu; J T. Fairekild, Trsasurcr.
j bu ilaiy s CaajpcL 012 Tweittk Aveuut
ili. Sunday Schoei V : a. ai. ; Breauuiua
11 a. ui. ; 1. i-. s. C. IC., p. ai,
aoBaio. .ervlee. every ttr'st Simdny HeV. lt " V IC W l ftiS" w L
t. C. HanUnir, Pastor; JI Sheffield ,. ' ", ') BeT-
Lkk, FreviSence, End o Nolenavll'le Ilk. f3'0'' 8und'17 Schu :" !
Banday School B:io m L. .. and 7 p. n. : 'Murad
. r --' u.. . picncuiuir serv
mm it a. m. and 8 d. m R.. v m -.i
rMtor. 11 Joe Johnson Avenut'o.'owcus',
Cumberlana Valley Raf tist Church. Bun-
my ocuooi v :so a. m. ; Dreachini, servi,...
li r " P- m. Rev. Isaac Sherman,
Mt. Gilead S. mil Street Sunday school
.ao a. m. ; preaching n a m m -i,.
. m. Sundays; conmiunltn services ev. rr Ur
COLORED METHODIBT EPISCOPAL
Lane Tabernacle, Syrinf St Sunday
School 9:30 a. ni. ; preaching ll:Sa a. o.
and 8 p. m. Kpwortb League uttering at
awHrinH i, - v. c" e,c-i v ihi v .v u, ui. , uruicr nieeuuie every weunes-
a h,7; J' N- T" st0. l'aor; iir. F. day at 8 o click. 7
Thi SI John nanH.f rhn k r. , ' . mi11'" 'UaPel- Wf arf At BBn't
Ko7al 0-Sn w.i?,!b a?'!M- 8undT VUl meetini; Tuaaduy nitbt, WW, Class
. V 1 Preaching at 11 a. m. and , vse.ines.iay uiKht.
i.h?'LnllD& TnMMl" 11 m- ani Sunday bne,i 5 :
SSShan? .!Ln dneday night, 'a. m.; C. K. U-aue 7 p. m. ; fuesday algkt.
H. Whittak.e . a V r"1, "eT- """ niet-tihii; v edne.day a j m.. Jailrlt
n. nmttaker, Pastor. A. L. Drenon, Bupt. 'class.
o W108 A"t"'T Str,'ot- Slin,,.
Bbool 8:80 a. m. ; preaching services 11
a. ni. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Iter. (J. W.
Klral Street Kaiitint Church,
11 n n. ..n.i u
sLitUtX'tyi. p m' S'""1' lli-l,t- :
H atabbleueld Pastor. S. Gregory. Supt
First Baptist, f'.reutwnod, Sumlav Sc'hlol
2 ' "inrch services 11 a. m. and
8 p. at. No pastor.
alt. Arrea Baptist Church, Her j n
Batler, Pastor. Sunday School 8 a m :
jervlcea 11 a. ia. and 7 :.tt p. m. i; '
Prake, Bupt Prayer Meeting Tin.-sdnv night!
Preaching Thursday night. Column,,,, ev!
ry orat Sunday night.
wUk -M..U!l,"1SF rh"rth' n'.vrna, Kev.
W. H. Mhlttaker, Pastor.
Hopewell Ilnptlst Church, Itev. ,1 p. Hid
ley, Pastor. D. (;ri(Tin. Supt
s.i" V,1'"1"1- '.'"'is Street. Sunilnv
School 9:,i(i a. , . ,rw.,lnu, ,.rvi,.M j',
S-'k2; 1d 8 P' I!,'T- u- Ji- liu'den, Pastor,
anofl. Groom, Supt.
Bass Street, Sunday School n -;in a in
preaching services, 1 1 . m. ,, .,' ,.
F2ftr'nUl ATenue Itaptist Church. 4n:i
HU Ave., N. ite,. w. I..rt.r. pt..r.
Boaday School o :3u a. ,n. ; services 11 a
7 I.80 ' nl-: Thursday night: p raver
lasting Tuesday night: choir r.-hearial.
Prlilay night. W. O. Moore Sunt
Third Avenue linptlst Chui-.li. !i:;c, anl i'"''"h.
uev. .,. tiarding, D. It, pastor. , ent.
Buaday School fi :ao a. in. ; services 1 1 a. j
SU?r i"- LIV.L?,..-"-.:..!'' i 1U1IST.AN
... - ,,,,, i.-iicaisiti
Xbursday night. E. s. shuttle. Supt
Pleas,, nt Green P.nntW .'hlirell, Itev. .1
L. rields, li. li., pastor. Similar S.lio.u
:! a. in. : services 11 a. b. and p. in.
".Tiillg lllesuav IllL'llt: ' elll lel-s
Church of the Floly Trinity, Ewtng
Aveuue and sixth Avenue . i'he Uev
t-luier M. M. right, Priest In Charge
Ceiibiatliu anil lloiy Uuciianst and Ser
iuoii 1 1 a. in. ; Sunday school p :'M a. lu
Evening Song anil s. riiion b p. a. A churci
wit li welcome to all.
i i .i-K Mciuonal. 3lis Franklin St. Sjh
day School ! :;!ii a. in.; Suuduv service!
i 1 a. in. ami 7 :30 p. tu. T.ev. W.' It. Steph
ens, Paslor. Mr. K. T. (Jreea, Clerk; Pro,
I. li. li.'iidiuian, Superintendent of Sun
lira, I, n Chapel. 705 Georgia Street, Sua
lay services 1 la. m. and 7 :!'J p. in. Itev
w. I:. .Mitchell, Pastor.
G-'iiloii Cliapi-I. Ilcriuan St., near Pros
pod. Sunday .services 11 a. ni. and 7:30
p. I). Itev. .1. W. Sattcrlicld. Pastor.
Ib-.l.hanrs chapd. Trimble S. W. Cor.
F llill. Sunday services u a. ,n. and 7 :3o
p. n-. Itev. .1. P. Price. D. It. Pastor. l
Maylield, Supei-iiitciiili'iit of Sunday school.
S" : s Chapel. Green street, cor. Fair
lleld. Sunday services 1 1 a. m. and 7 .:(.'
p in Uev. It T. Huich, li. It. I'aslor.
i:;,'i ,il!i Avenue M. K. Church. Spr
Ices I: a. m. and .S p. m. ; Sunday School
!':l."i. S. M. Strayliorne. Pastor.
1 '.ouipsi.n Chapel. Wnldt-n l.'nlverjitj
Ciiui.us. Sunday School y :,(,, a. ra. ; preach
ingll a. m. : prayer services. 7 p. in. Sup
d,:y diversity services nt the Meharrj
Ai.,i!t,.,-ium on the second Sunday of end,
1 1 a. ra. u -v. w into, ti it, pit-si-
cilia W. .!. v. I. a very faithful member
of I lie ci.iss. w ho is at present at Mont-eat-le.
sent her class dues of "7 ceuis
which was very uiuch apprecialed liy
The parlor concert will be next
Wednesday niKht. Aus 2ith at Miss
lieiilah Williams, SIS. 1 1th Ave N.
Had two Metoka brothers with us in
me person oi .ir. i. i. uracy and
llro W IV Mool-e. who snnt-p ptieonr.
,. .. .... ... . . "... -iA-
aging wonts ui t ue ciass. one new iH- - f . f
mmelH-r to join Miss MaK'Rie OKlesly gxlV. iiii
.-liei .ill inisiiii'r.s. iia uici, IIIU IIOS
tes assisted by Miss Georgia E. Heed GOV TOMC KYE.
to the deliKht of all present served w, wtlcome'(I tne Lea,,ue on be-llolf
the class to sandwiches, ice cream ; o t!lt, gtate
and cake, which was highly enjoyed j
4 ,., i
Siv. ""f,. ?v0
THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY. j
The Woman's Auxiliary of the lath j
Ave Haptist Church met on Thursday'
night Aug. lth at Mrs. Nellie Smith, j
residence 317 12th Ave., N. The
meeting was conducted by the Vice 1
President, as usual' with song and j
prayer. Scripture reading from Jere-1
miah. The lesson for the evening was i
discussed for SO minutes by the Presi
dent. Afterwards the business of the
meeting was carried out.
The Program Committee made out
their program for the monthly meet
ing, which will be published on the
next meeting. The quotation and
dues were next. After the meeting
was closed by the President. Prayer
by Tiro. T. H. Cannon.
The hostess. Mrs. Nellie Smith
with the assistance of Mrs. Rachel
Mc.Murry and Mrs Elizabeth Vallen
tine, and served the ladies a two
course menu which consisted of
sandwiches, ice cream and cake. Every
one seemed to have enjoyed them
selves very much. They thanked the
hostess and wended on Uieir way home.
Those who did not go home went to
Mrs. Lena Thomas and Mrs. Hortense
Owens were elected district mission
aries. Nearly one hundred dollars were
raised. The National liaptist Theo
logical Seminary was remembered
liberally. The auxiliary is much in
terested in this Seminary which is a
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
The whirlwind campaign at Payne
Chapel seems to have whirled not only
the members of the church, but all
East Nashville, more or less, into the
sw ing. Last Sunday was a great day
here. The pastor preached at the
morning service on the subject, "Ser
vice." The funeral of Sister Narcis
sus Smith, an old member of the
church, was held at 2 p. m., Dr. J. A.
Jones, the pastor, officiating.
Dr. W. S. Ellington, of the First
Baptist Church, East, preached a
strong sermon at 3: lit) p. ra., in the
Interest of "Squadron" No. 1. His
subject, "Go Forward," was burned
into the souls of all who heard it. A
splendid collection was taken at the
conclusion of the sermon. Probably
iho principal feature of the day was
view the remains of our beloved Bro. the sacred concert given at night by
John Jackson, whose funeral was at-, the White Rose Club. The chapel
tended at the church that night, anil
was a very sad occasion. We all
are in sympathy with Bro. Jackson's
family, but he has paid the debt we
all will have to pay. He was a Chris
tian man and has gone to sleep in
-""im '"! - iioir reiienrsai j- r, il:i v
l :t. T. K. Dlckelson, Church Clerk
I. n nil
PRIMITIVE HAITI ST.
McNalry Hill, 12th Ave., N. Sunday
School :30. : pronchlng li n. m. and t
p. m. Sundays. Services twice a week.
St. Luke, Lewis Street, Sunilnv School
:8 a. ni. : preaching 11:30 a. n. and t
Pja. Sundays. Pastor Itev. Henry Coving
Batnel Primitive, Sunday School.
B. ta. ; preaching services l'l :30 a. u
p. m. Sunday.
Mt. Murlnh, 2107 Alnmeda St. Sund.iv
School 8:;to a. m. : preaching 11:3(1 n. ni.
oa 8 p. in. Sunday,
Pleasant Valley, Edgehlll Street. Sundnv
School 9:30 a. in.; preaching 11:3n a. m.
tod 8 p. m. Sunday. Itev. V. Wilson, Pastor.
The t'nited Primitive Haptlst. -1'Jnd Are..
8. B. Cor. Albion St., S. V Sunday school 1 Sell.
wis a.m.; preacning n :;io a. in. and s p
p. Sundays. ,.
West Nashville. Sunday School 0:30 a.
as.; preaching 11 :36 a. ni. nnd 7:30 p. bi.,
prayer meeting Thursday night.
St. Eli Primitive, The Millie Hand meets
very Sunday evening at 5:38 o'clock,
taught by Sister Syhia Henderson. Every
one is Invited to meet us. The Sunday
School opens every Sunday morning at
8:10. Superintendent Itev. S. Y. Iiouglass,
Secretary Syhia Henderson. Preaching serv
asea 11 :30 a. tn. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
wrnlng under the auspices of Elder G.
Hopewell Baptist Churclt Honelson, Itev.
A. Abernathy, Pastor. G. Washington, Supt.
Mt Lebanon Baptist Church, Hreutwood,
Bev. I. s. Ihtvis, Pastor. R.E. fliint, Supt.
Lea Avenue Christian Church. 700 Lea
Aienue. Services Suiiuav il a. m. nnr.
p. in Sunday School 0 :3'l a. m. Y .. i --!',-,.
pic's Christian KndeBvi- Society Sat
day evening nt 7 :0o p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday night. Elder Preston Taylor.
Gav Street Christian Ch.irch. Elder t
J. Smith, Pastor. Se.-vices 11 a. at snd
h p in.; Sunday School 12:3o; Wllllufc
Wo'-kers Club every Titn-suay night; Pas
tors .lid Society ;ve' y riiday night, s.
J. luindler, Clerk.
Willow Sired. S. Hill S. W. Corner First
A. nine. Sunday services 7 .80 p. m.
( lu rch of ChriK. Chunotte and 46th
EETHEL A. 1.1. E. CHUECH.
We are glad to announce the
splendid service last Sunday. The
Sunday school was in full blast. The
are glad to say that Mrs. Shackelford
is up again. The A. C. E. League
held its regular services which were
The paslor prea :hed two i-trom? and
able sermons. At. 8 p. in., In preached
from Job 13:15, subject, "Patience."
The boards are hard at work mak
ing ready for their conference reports.
The Willing Workers Board will have
.iieaciiaig services Wednesday night.
Ministers: Revs. Harding and Stray
horn. The Trustees Aid Board is bill
ed for next Sunday evening. Revs.
Moans and Anderson officiating. The
Fairfield Choir will be present. The
Daughters of Conference and The
senior Department of the Sunday
school held a special service last Sun
lay. The fiuiuiay school is planning
an entertainment in th einterest of
.he louius. Waich the Bethed Church
was filled to its capacity, and the
concert was in every wav a success.
Much credit is due Miss Willia B.
Flacg for her untiring efforts to make
the occasion a success. About twenty
five dollars was collected nt night.
The same club gave a Chinese Tea
GALEDA CLASS LIT. NEBO.
The Galeda Class of the Mt. Xcbo
Baptist Sunday School met at the
home of .Miss Elizabeth Hamilton on
Batavia street, Monday evening at
S o'clock. The president, Mrs. M.
15. Thompson, being absent, the vice
president, Mrs. D. D. Crowder pre
sided. The lesson was discussed
thirty minutes, after which the
business of the veiling was completed.
"The Old Districk School" a farce in
two parts will be rendered by the
class Wednesday night, August 20th,
at 8 o'clock. Como out und spend
an evening of enjoyment with the
Galedas. efreshnients will be on
hand. This entertainment promises
to reach the climax of the many
entertainments rendered by the Ga
ledas during this season.
Don't forget the date.
An ice course was served by the
tr f Vy. -S : t ;' .'.
Iti:i: 1UMIK TKI.I.H now
''it v.' i V .
lioiit stiugitle iiluiig in uncoil genial
eiuplo, iiiciii w.ih l.i..-.- luuirs and sho t
li v. Kducate ma self 1, id. i work that
li-s liiili; coiupciii on: isn t It '.ieiti-r to
spend , Ii ii' li .iir daily a4il..iiiillty
wiiirs. -ir t.nlo wiii-i; i fiat cv lyiiiio else
.inn .1 .1 1 lie iit iiis ureinru.
LQl'd m GhirtVLit. 50clp-r box
Art-seldom K-uialid nnd never Kxcell
c.l: liisiri.ctloiis hy mail ur In fiiTsoii.
I liploinas to G i aduates. A gcnls wanted
tvci vivhere. don't dulay, write today,
A penny w-nl do it.
ELOSO HAIR GROWER
lltT0 MIME. J. NELSON.
ELOSO COLLEGE CO.,
2 1 S. Compton Avenue,
St. Louis, Mo.
'MME. J. NELSON.
AO E NTS VA7 A INTED1
to AO fflR n.. ,u..fc m.j. selling Kror Keuey iwiers
i)10 LU n!U r-!L"-cci0 NEW PROGRESS OF COLORED PFJIE a 500
Teachers, Students, Ministers, Widows, Married Women, anyone
time can make $1,00 PEK HOUK.
FVFKY HOIlY ItU YS. IT'S EASY TO SKI L Wrile For Term, aad O.tlit al Oae. At TaJ
AIISTIN JKNKIN' COF.ST. Was.k!uiton. U. C.
VEST POINT. MISS.
FOR GIRLS ONLY
Opens October 4th, 1917
BEST FQIIIPPED SCHOOL FOR. COLORED GIR.U IN MISSISSIPPI
WRITE FOR BEAUTIFUL CATALOGUE. Address
Rev. Edaar F. Johnston, D. D., President
WEST POINT, MISS.
EMMETT J. SCOTT,
Secretary National League.
hostess. The Galeda motto was re
peated, dues collected, and Bible
verses repeated. The meeting then
-v jasrr-' -.fJ.rr;?r;.svni
teM ii : ' M,
llt ijftwM arflasaliaTVtrrtl
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TINITY.
Church of the Holy Trinity, Ewing
and Sixth Avenues, the Rev. B. M
M. Wright, Priest-in-eharge. Ser
vices for the 12th Sunday after Trini
ty. Celebration of the Holy Euchar
ist at 7-a. m. Morning Prayer (Ma
and sermon nt 11 a. m.; Sunday
School at fl:30 a. in. A cordial wel
come is extended to all to attend
MT. LEBANON BAPTIST CHUKCH
There will be a rally at Mt. Leban
on Baptist Church on 4th Ave., S.
Sunday all clay. The public is crdially
invited to be-present and help us re
model our church.
Please come and help us.
Uev. I. S.' Davis, Pastor.
I he w omen s Missionary Baptist
Uty Union will Hold an extra boaru
ineeliiig Friday, August ol, 1917, ai
the Publishing House, 523 Second ave
pue, North, at .1 p. in. Business ot
importance to come befoie the board
lor immediate attention.
11 order of th president.
Mrs. il. M. Burrs, President.
Mi-, A V '.Marshall, Cor. Sec.
Clifton Arenue Haptlst
anaon oralis m, raster.
AI'liH'AN METHODIST KI'ISCOPAL
I ithi-I. 10th Arennt' S. Sundnr ncrrlc-i
11 n di. and 8 p. m. : Suaday School :39
a. in.-. Christian End.-nv.ir nii.tl,iir 7 p.m.;
class and prayer -na-tin:,- Thursday night,
lev J. Howard, Paitor.
I Unity A. M. K. Sinn, i School (l :3( r.
u. s p. in. Iii-v. W. I, l.owcl', Pastor
I ln-nc-zcr. Stones I(iv-r Turniiikc. Suu-
day si-rviccs 11 a. m. and 8 p. ,n. : Sundal
mil !) :II0 a. m. ; Mills, Ian Endeavor 7
ii.; class nipi-tin-,' 'Uosuay nit'ht; iiray-tii.'i-tini!
Thursday :i'i;ht. Uev. 11. ti.
St. l-uk... First Street, W. Nashville.
Sunday services Jt u. m. and 8 p. ni. ,
Sut i' iy School 0:110 n. in ; Christian Kn
d.av.ir 7 p. ro. Itev. lauict. K. Childre.si:,
Mili-m. Cor. 4th Ai-e-tm?, Korth and Hit
ihni-an St. Sunday servicif, 11 a. m. snd
s p. in : Sunday Scliooi D :S0 a. ni. Chris
tian Endeavor 7 p. nt ; class nicetini? Thurs
ilav niKht : iirnycr nt"tiu Tuesday uiKht.
It.-v. A. Whit wort I,, I'lHttr
Scov.-l St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Borv-lo-s
ll;;;o a. nt and 8 p. m. Sunday school
!i :.'!0 a. in. ; Christian Endi-vaor 7 p. hi.;
Class Mpctine Thursday night ; Uev. W. A.
l i-yncs Chnpel. Cor. 7t' '.nd Winter Sts.
Sundaj services 11 it. m. and 8 p. in.;
Sunday school 0:30 a. m. ; Christian Kn
dcnioi 7 p. m. ; class niftting Thursday
ST LUKE'S A. M. E. CHURCH.
On the third Sunday in September
the bishop, Benjamin F. Lee, of thy
A. M. E. Church, of ilberforce, v.,
and Hev. p. W. Gardner, presiding
elder of the North Nashville District,
will dedicate St. Luke's A. M. E.
Church of which Rev. James K. Chil
dress is pastor. The members are
striving to make St. Luke one of tne
greatest churches of its size in the
A. M. E. Church, so the third Sunday
in September was set apart by pastor
and trustees as Dedication Day.
HON. J. REELTVOIGHT.
President Chamber of Commerce.
Monday night at the church. This
was also a success in every way. Spe
cial efforts will be ma'e all through
the week by the vailoas boards and
clnbs in t'.ieir efforts, to m:ike the
"whirlwind" close out successfully
lifixt Sunday. That will be Ped Let--ter
Day at Payne, so far as this sea
son is concerned.
All the clans will gpther during the
day. Dr. J. C. Caldwell will preach it
II o'clock and Dr. H. L. P. ones will
preach in the afternoon. Dr. J. A.
Jones, the pas'or, will preach oh
"P'vif Ttfrhtermsness" ft nicht. The
"Vine Sfl'indrnn" wi'l close their
campaign with the night service. The
public is cordially invited to attend all
Mrs. orace Holt and daughter,
Pinkey D., who is visiting her mother.
Mrs. Marie White, sister, Mrs. Stew
art, and Dr. Jno. Ira White, at
Youngstown, O., writes that they are
having a very pleasant time. Miss
Holt will visit Sharon and Cleveland
O., before returning home.
To the Agents of the Madam
C. J. Walker Manufactur
LEAVING- FOB, THE EAST.
Dr and Mrs. J. H. Holmnn and
daughters, Miss Annie, Naomi, and
Tsabnlle, will leive the city Thursday
for the city of Brotherlv Love and
the nation's plivgronnd. While
In Phlhulptnliii Dr Hnlmin. the
Many of the pastors and members nrito,, gf,iontit nf the colored mr-e.
of the largest churches of the city fttfon,i fb Then he
are expected to be present to help
the church. The bishop will be pre
sented the keys by.Jhe stewards and
the trustees and the trustees are pre
paring to carry out many ceremonies
before the bishop. Everv one is cor
dially invited to be present.
he and the family will spend a few
days in New Jersey.
..'. , .. . . dcnioi i p. m. ; class niftting Thursday
Shlloh Pantlst Church. Roll ne Mill fill r,i,rin . ,;. m..n a....,i. i..,.. t
or. C. C. Koland, Pastor. . n. Johnson. I), It, Hdttor.
Tenth Avenue rtaptlst Church. Rev. H. St James, Mooretonn. Sunday service
Begins, Pastor. Serviced 11 a. m. and a m- n"d 8 p. m. ; Sunday School tt :30
B. a. ; Suadiiy School 8 :45 it nt - m-: Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Itev.
Mt View Baptist Church. Kev. W. P. i -c1 J?rJ."onAi.I"""r .... .
sa.il p.nr f-iL-i, d nni. St. John Church. Corner 8th Ave., .
w. ,.v 1 B. Itoss, Supt. ,nd Cednr Bt I(eT j M s,nlth 1ait0I.
-Trt. fthel. K,t Nashville, Sunday Sunday School 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11
eaooi t:$0 a. m. ; aervlcea 11 a. in. and . m. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. K. Ijeagne 7 P-
. as. Bundara; services Tuesday and m cJe meetlnc Tuesday evening 8 p. m.
Taanday aljhts. Rev. D. v Weakley. Pas- St. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., 8. and
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.
The Epistle 2nd Cor. 3:4-9.
The Gosnel: St. Mark 7:31-37.
"Indifference'' will be the subject Poaching for him
... . ... I tYrnnf.,M ...no nklA
oi tne eariy morning sermon.
We are glad to say that we were
well blessed the past week. We had
in our midst, the Rev. J. H. W. Bar
ham from Clifton who is conducting
revival for the Rev. A. Wooten. Rev.
Wooten was present at the time but
on the account of the accident that
hapened to him a week or two ago
Rev. rtarham had to do all of the
Wooten was able to preach Sunday
unsay School 9.80 a. an.; service, 11 a. ! rendered.
"Each Man to His Work" will be nda is Btlll with us. He had a snake
that of the Vesper Service. There 'bite a few weeks ago and has had a
will be several short talks and papers deal of trouble with hi shand. He
by some of the men of the church and will leave for his home in Waynes
a s'dendid musical program will be boro on the 20th. Rev. Barhatn re-
turned home the 10th, and was ac-
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Yvu are hereby no.ifled that t
National Convention of the Walk
er agents wlU be held in Phlla
delphia on August 30-31st lnola
sive. At this meeting many Import
ant matters with reference to the
future plans of the Company will
be discussed and explained.
Madam Walker la greatly inter
ested In her agents, In their sue
cesses alnd their (failures, being
extremely anxious to help them
and ia now going over plans for tha ty-flve dolare ($25).
agents over twenty-five (25) one
hundred dollars ($1001; to th
agent selling the largest amount
of goods, first prize, eeventy-flv6
dollars ($75), second prize, Mty
dolars ($50); to the agent return-
the largest number of empty boxw
aver one thousand (1000) twenty-
ave dollars ($25) and the clufysell-
; the largest amount of i'pd.
one nunarea aonara viur-
prize, second prize, seventve
dollars ($75) and third prize twen-
placJng of her great manufacturing
enterprises on a co-operative
basis so that her agents will share
in the profits of the same, all ol
which will be given out at the Na
Madam Walker has offered five
hundred ($500) dollars in prize?
which wil be given out as follows:
To the agent sending In the larg
est number of new agents, fifty
dollars ($50); to the agent send
ing In the largest number of new
This contest will close Augurt
first, 1917. Prizes will be given at
the Convention on Augut 30-31st
Inclusive. All who wish to enter
the contest please send their
names at once to the main office,
840 North West Street, Indianap
olis, Indiana, that they may be
properly listed. All those who can
not enter the contest this year are
urged to arrange to enter It next
year, as this will be an annual
Madam G. J. Walker, Manufacturing Co.
HON. JESSE M. LITTLETON,
Mayor of Chattanooga.
Again were our ears opened to
hear the sound ot wedding bells as
Mr. Ben Franklin Starks of Eliza
bethtown, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Starks and Miss Beatrice Smith,
daughter of Mrs. Ella B. Smith, were
happily united in the bonds of matri
mony at nine o'clock p. m. The
Rev. F. A. Smith performed the cere
mony at his residence. The happy
couple returned to their residing
place at the residence of Mrs. Geo.
Moores where they were met and
greeted by many of their friends.
Miss Smith was one of Elizabeth-
"Waf's in a name?"EVERYTHING!
"Ill wounds may bt cured but not ill names"
"A famout name will never die"
"Nothing succeeds like success"
For over eighty years, Palmer's "Skin Success"
Ointment has made a great name for itself, as
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. It is the
WARNING ! Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success" .
is being used by others, evidently to deceive our
friends. Let them BEWARE; we shall prosecute
them lo the fullest extent of the law.
Look for our name and address on every pack
age of Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and
The MorganDrug Company
1512 Atlantic Acenue - Brooklyn, Neto York
town's most refined and honored
young ladies and has many warm
friends who expressed to her hearty
congratulations for a long, prosperous
and happy life. Mr. Starks, likewise
is a highly honored and respected
young man, and seemingly possesses
that quality which makes him a fit
subject as a household leader. - Mr.
Andrew Smith Is again very 111.
Mrs. Phoebe Harris is also sick.
Little Miss Grace and Lauretta Smith
ma Kickpatrick- and Rachel Neigh- ,
bors Friday. Miss Julia E. Board
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nannie
Buckner of Summerville, Ky. Miss
Minnie eno of Edinburg, Ind., is vis
iting her relatives this week.