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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER Y, 1917::
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rlau acctinf Tkaraaaf alcal acwarnaca)
awning inr; TBcanaj 1 a, a. ; MMr ra
t Palltipa, Wt NW. (Team). n
day 11 a. m. Bad . a. : sua
day arsaal :3 a. BX. : L'hrtatiaa EoitM
"r 7 p. m. ; claaa aratlaf ThuraJaj nlbi.
t. at. Lk Mxara, raarsr.
t 1'rtfr A. M. B. 1 hurra. 4 allaa
the White Orwn rikr Huadaj School :M
a. m. : prrarhtag 11:30 a. B. ; Allrn,
fhriatlan KndraTar 7 i m. ; preaching
P m. Iter. James U Martin. Pattor.
Flat Hook. Sunday acrrtcca 11 a. a.
and a' p. ni. ; Sunday School 8:34 a. m. ;
data inrrtiiur. Friday night.
- Oarteuavlaa Baptlat Cticrca, W. NohTtlle, i Mt. CaWary, Kaat Nachvllln, Sunday ,CHrRCH DIRECTORY
R Ptr. c. S. . Fait I School 9 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. a. and j Houara of Wsrahln of the varfoua TVnonl
aaaaa 1 . a. Hundaya : ruaimunlla aarvlcea t'erj nation In (ir eater XaaliTille, giTiug the
0T B?1 Clarcn, Rt. C. H.
D. IX, rutw, loarlaa Prayer aect-
ay cbcal I :0 a. a. : aery-
U:W ft. an. aad t ie . coaa-
ar let Sunday. I :0 a. ea. ;
ret aa4 TaMhert' Bearing Taeadaf
t maaalBf Ybaraoae algal Fall
arat Baaday. No pattor. . Uxaliun of the church with the hour of
W Hapttet Eait aaBTllla, Hunday irwrvln as handed in to church Kdltor ol
Vae4 :S0 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. a. and Thr Nashville Ulbe. See that your church
l. m. Sundaya : communltn eervlcea every and the name of your Paetor appeara In
Brat Sunday. Rev. Joaeph KelL Faator; thia Directory Call the Church Editor.
Kajne Anna RapMat
P4we Are. taaday acheel 0 : a. at.: 8r-
,m - a . .. - . t .
Prof. A. A. Bennett, Supt. 8unday School.
Tree Hirer Plan Ulaaloa, Sunday school
at t:30 a. at.: prea china 11 a. m. and
Caaraa Clark. U. P. Baker, Sapt P B- Sundays ; cuiumuultn aenrlcea
CharcB, 1107 . 1-,-tor : Mr. H i'lae McHenrT Hunt Sun!
W'irVj"'r 7 School
ckarad.. i,h Tl.,h.- ' weal CT&aDTUie, Aunaay achool 1:30 a.
: kaa rnaay aUht. Mra. Mattla Redaoad. m' ; Preaculuc 11 a. m. and 8 p.m.; iMea
. Oan c trk.
aneaa Rnti CkaMh c-. v.k4u.
nam a r,hi , , ' .J2 ' u- H- WlUlama, Superintendent Sunday
; C'r7h7e?rJl;;th7;t -. 8-d.y Schoo, V :.
I ... , aauduy Scuool. Key. A. Flilllipa, I'astor.
I treat Bartlet Charch, Rev. Wm. i . ,., ,. . ,.
1 I. Faator. aadar Scheel :I0 a. . : L W"""1 Lnlveralty Campua. Hun
pneaaaiaa Baaek 11 a k and l ot n ""ui v.au a. w. i u. i. r. i p. ea. ,
I rTSmT,t m lf Umli1''- A- L Twaend. Fre.ldent ; He. J. II.
: tnjeada Bur.t .-. Brawn. I h.rch i 'l.rk T """.
LAiO el T alley, Ith Ayanae RarUat
Sylvia St. Raptlat Church. Cor. Sth St
and She'by Ave. Sunday 8chool 9:30 a. a.
to 10 :4f a. m. ; Devotion and eermon ev
ery Sundav, 11 a. m. to 1 :00 -p. m. ; It. X.
P. V. 7:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. Devotion
and eermon 8:00 p. m. to 8 :S0 p. m. Com
munion eacn orst Minday 3 :oo .p. ea.
METHODIST ALLIANCE IN
The Methodist Sunday School' Al
liance will hold its monthly meeting
at the A. M. E. Publishing House. Lea
Ave., Sunday, September 9th at 3:30
! p. m. The following churches will
participate: St. Luke, Salem and
Ebenezer. The topic for discussion
will be "How may the Alliance be of
help to the Sunday school?"
The Alliance met last month with
a large representation of teachers of
ficers and visitors present and the
subject discussed was "The Junior
Department. Its needs and how to
meet them." The meeting was held
under the auspices of Scovel Street
A. M. K. Church, and a very interest-
in program was carried out.
Dr. J. C. Caldwell made remarks
that were well received concerning
the Cosmopolitanism of Scovel street
day night prayer eervlcee, Wedu'aday night Tlier" Mwt n Ji30 P- m: ' P
preachiug; cuuimunitn aervtcea every BrKti 'JT1' meeting 8 30 p. m. to 8 .30 p.
Buyday. Rev. 1. C. Sherron, Pastor; Mr. ' RlT- R-'-vana, A. M.. Pastor. Mr. Her
ta e.. Seatk. lav. I. W. Haw-
A. at. B. ZION
H11U Chapel Church. Cor. Lewla and Short
BMraav IX D Paeter. Sarvlcea laadav 11 auaday ScUvol u a. ui. ITwcUluv 11
av av ui : p. . i Sunday Scheel :ao V- Sundaya. Kev. Z. VY. Uili, l'aetur.
a. aa. i chair reaeareal karaday Blfkt. Mar- 1 u Churcu Suuday School, Howerton
' ABveapven, rayi. i avwus, sear rum. auauay aexvicea 11 a.
I Bavtlat Chnrek. laai .' : m-
Al Baraa, D. D Paeaar. Sunday
Ota nurd Avaaae ua-
u a, at. uv. taiuer
bwbmi ftt a:it; earneee landay 11 : a. omj aaniuy,
a, mmm w : p. fa.: TkHraeaty 8:00 a m. : kurvicee iv :
L I. P. l 6:80 landay. Teachera' meet- i 'iuueit, Fritwi.
ia WMneeday night ; Prayer Ueetlag
urat. ira a Banner
everv 1st fcumlitv . w ...
Mm m. Ura. A. W. Ue'ttailL Church a"",au': y"" 'iUa ,,uu ,una
Caert. Heary alarahall. 8bul
8aead Uaptlat, Ktevena St, Comer De-
mo. iMoay :. a. i arvlcea , SaiTKNTU DAY ADVBNTIavr
Bunoaje; pray.r Klder J. O. DaaaDL Paator.
oert Cunningham. Sec.
GORDON MEMORIAL A. M. E.
Sunday, August 19th a large con
gregation assembled at Gordon Me
morial M. E. Church to witness the
opening ot the new auditorium at
11. o'clock. Bishop I. H. Scott
preached an excellent sermon from
text, Ex. 15:2. The afternoon
services were well attended and
brief talks were made by several
distinguished gentlemen such as
Prof. Green, V. H. McGavock A. N.
Johnson and others and at 3 o'clock.
Dr. V. F. Waters introduced Rev.
H. A. Alfred, pastor of Mt. Nebo
Baptist Church, who preached a
wonderful sermon after which a
handsome collection was taken
amounting to $464.65.
m. and 8:84 p.
ure- Haul s.tm-Ji. - m-m .
1 1 L TV. 1 . n . 1 1 " " A
w. . Aajivr, Lt, 17.. rae
Beetlaa rveaday nlghta; preaehlng
ftuad&v. Bav u
-ts iwnan sarBeti. Huperintenaent Sun- o'clock
av SchaaL Ura. P. A Raynar, Hupt
Vina atlen, 2nd Ave., S. and Nelaoi
m. : preacniug eerv-
cvery Sunday evening at 8
receeded py ftetui aecvic iDim.-
PUe. Sunday Schoel 0 a. . : Jhiuc
, aionroe ucuay, Bpt. Uec All arc wclwuie.
Mt. Neto, N. W. Kaehvllle, Banday acheol j
:8U a. m. ; eervlcea 11 a. m and 8 -ito
P. m. Sanday: eommaBltn aervleu everv iCONURKUATIONAIa.
Bret Sundv. Re. 11. A. Alfred. Paater, Wr. I Ceugrajjaaeaal Church, tn
KU t'lexgett, BHperlotendent Sunday BehaoL ATea Cuureu. Servlcw Suaduy
nriw napiial c
aah SI- V- ul; auuuay avaeei :o
a. ai. ; cuuiiuuiiiuH every lei feuuday 11
ilt." Zlun J.ir.P.- . rBiuueia, Falter.
Are., .. Sunday Scheel 8 :8B a! m Bre&rB-
ing II a. in,
" J. A
i Luiuu, Fiat Lniveralty Cattpue, FreaeB
lng aarvlee at 11 bb. fllewd ky
day ftckeei, 1. U. C. A. Md C. M. Meet-
! It L mt.; Blaalen Sunday Sukeet i
p. a., pi-aver seeuug Medaeaauy at Av
p. w. J. S. UaakelL raaur; F. a. Uc-
is.eaaie, Fm.lCeul; ev. W. W, Alvrrea,
Dttaa; J T. Falrchlld, Xreaeurer.
I au laary a Chapel Iweliib Avenue
iN. SuuUay Schuel V : a. bi. ; preauiiiug
11 a, m. , . i. a. C. a!., 8 p. n,
and 8 .00 n. m. Suadava R
rnwn. Paeter: s c. t..u ,,,..
lutmu, tit Sunday SckoeL
t'i. i r . v I t, Minday Hcheei 8:80 a. m : eer-
"ces 1 1 a. ui. and 8 p. m. Sunday! ; reel
t oiunan eervlcee every Bret Sunday. Rev.
J. It. station, I'astor. J. R, Carutbera,
. Suieiinteuilent Sunday School.
Nonh Sixth Street, Eait Nashville, Bun
- nay School 8:80 a. m.: eervlcea 11 a. in
. and a p. m. Sundave : Commanlaa eveiv
tr,wSlM.'iJ',Ifec ',0pl, Tunt"- Pa""'- PRESBtTifUIAN
' Bock Otw SaadTv" Seh.i a t. . i 1 L Aw iTeihyterlaa Chure. Cor.
' rr,n1ghS,,Rvy rwu:w?uZc,,,I,!f.ur, -' . .
, 7 nignie. itev. A. w. Wilson, Pastor. ! 11 a, Bi. and 8 :8U : Xkuiaanv 7 Mi chuir
r,rce,"u 6,t- aa?X F?1! "i m-: al "uUdiV anVLtU W
J1 "n? 8J' B- &"!; ! Church open daily.
ana rrlday; Xut church of the UvlnaeOed. Iu atk
- wtau MuaiDB ill vi Aea tTtr nrar Nnnria w iimn a.
.v.j,.. .T . i dnVTBee a. (L. W. r. JT.l MOV W H BBaaSI aval
8naa bchool 0 :So a. m. ; preaching eery- . ; wiWug Wr r?" Clal Tmlui I I
. b. ; i. r. p. ciuh Sunday a :tt p. m.
. Cumberland Valley Martlet Church. Kun-
flay School 8 :80 a. m. : preachlnu services COLORED UETHODI81 EP1BCOPAI,
11 a. b. and 8 p. m. Rev. Isaac bharman,
lit. Gllead S. mil Street. Sunday school
preaching 11 a. m. and 8:30 and 8 p.
acnoui v :an a. m.
Spring at waday
preacaiug 11 :S a. a
bib. Gnndnyg; cotutnuiiitn services every 1st :80 p. m.
Upworth League meeting at
t'raier oieetlni; even Watuiaa-
l'iiunr lp I.' dav at A nVlej-k
"fi.ULS-n,ln; i i'W'UP' Chapel, 8 Wharf Ave. nny
The St. John Baptit Church, Pearl Street 1 Scneol u :80 a. iu. ; C. E. League 7 p. a. ;
between 11th and 12th avenues. Sunday Usee meeting Tuesday ulgkt: ttlkle Clans
eaool at 8:80. preaching at 11 a. m. and nlucdy nixht.
Hp. m. Covenant meeting every Brut Sun-J Capers Cbapel, Church St. Preaching at
my nlrht. Prayer meeting every Tuesday ! 11 a. iu. and a p. lo. ; Sunday Ueel 3
Jdm ' mearlig, Wednesday night, a. m.; C. li. League 7 p. ai. ; Tuesday night
notching every Thursday night. Itev. W. ;.:lae uieetiag ; Wetlneeduy 3 p, m Vible
B. Wblttaker, Pastor. A. L. r)rfnon, Supt. I ;'lus.
Antiach, 1108 Archer Street. Sunday ' Bl'ISCOPAL.
School 8:80 a. m. ; preaching eervlces 111 -lurch of the Holy Trinity, Swing
A m. and 8 p. m. Sundays Itev U and Sixth Avenue 8. The kev.
Davis. Paster. i Klmer M. M. Wright, Prieet In Charge.
Plrst Street Kantint rhumh v.... pi. ' 1 'e'ebratim and Hoiy Eucharist and Ser
aw. irlc i iuX li S'Z muu 11 "; Suniny school 9 :8il a. m.
. Wt Sundy 8 ,v m. Sunday "uh? I T" 'V"' If"00'
8. 8tablefleld Puetor. S. Greeorr Stint 'tU neWua" u "
riret LaptlHt, Urentwood. Sundav Schlol ! "l "Olils T KPISCOI'AU
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
The congregation was delighted
last Sunday morning with an excel
lent discourse by Dr. K. H. Forbes,
of Atlanta, Ga., who is a member of
the theological faculty of Morris
Brown University. Dr. Jones, the
pastor preached at night to a splen
did audience, and administered the
Lord's supper, assisted by Rev. J. L.
Marlin. A public banquet will be
tendered Miss Kizzie Hill, on the
evening of the 11th, directed by the
two young people's clubs, the White
Rose and the Minnehaha, being given
in her special honor, as a member of
the Minnehaha Club and a faithful
and consistent member of the church
and Sunday school. She leaves on
the 12th for Shelby ville, where she
has been engaged as teacher in Tur
ner College. The last quarterly
meeting and conference of the year,
will take place next Sunday and
Monday night, at which time Dr. F.
W. Gardner will be present. He will
preach next Sunday morning. Din
ner was served at the church during
the day last Monday (Labor Day)
by the four women's hoards of the
church. The two young people's
clubs have been given till the fourth
Sunday in September to close up
their rally. All are hopeful of rais
ing the full amount asked for by the
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
On last Sunday, th eS. S., held its
monthly concreation meeting in the
reuglar session which always seems
to be a great help to the school and
church. At 11 a. m., the pastor
preached a strong sermon. My grace
is sufficient for Thee. And 8. a. m.
subject, ' Christian Conqueror. The A,
C. E. League was very interesting
lead by Mr. V. H. Tinner.
There will be a trolly ride on Mori'
day night Sept. 10, given by the Usher
and Church Aid Board. We
Invite all to come and go with us.
nothing but an enjoyable trip is ex
.ew . m. ; cnurcu ucrvici e 11 a. !U,
8 p. b. No jstor.
,, ! I mi k .Meniunal. sox Kranklln St. Sjm-
Arrea liatlet Church Tin n 11
butler, I'Hetor. rliinday Schnol 8 :8(i a. m.
11 a. in. aim 7 :;m n. m. ij w
I il.iy Sihuul II
1 1 n. 111. and
u a. in.
M0 p. w.
Itev. W. R. Stepli-
, !",'. 8 '"V.." Jl",lne Tuoedn'y nltfht: ll.r2n Chanel 705
' Preaching Thursday night. Cotm.ui,,,, V L '' ''l , ..t'1"1,7- ,"
Su"d"-T . ""'"! U? I'. "Mihell "i "
ens, 1'astor. Mr. K. T. tiroes, Clerk: I'rof
I. I:. Hiirdlinun, Superintendent of Sub-
Georgia Street, Hni
and ' :3u p. m. Itev.
Giidon Chapel. Herman St., near Proe
jrect. Sunday .ervlcee 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. o. itev. j. w. (Satterllcld. Tastor.
Mt. EIob Baptist Church
' W. H. Whlttaker. i'aetor.
. Bcpewell flautist Church. Itev. .1 It
. "Vj r-aetor. u. Orlllin. Sunt. lliibbHrd a Chapel. Trimble S. W. Cor.
lMlr chapel, 1U3 Lewie Street, Sunday ' p "I"- Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30
; ncheol a nl . reachlng servic es 11 P- "' I'ev. J. P. Price. I). I)., I'astor. VI'.
-B. and 8 p. m. Rev. G. B. liolden, I'astor jAluylleld, Superintendent of Sunday school.
Tkaa. Groom, Sopt. Stay's Chapel. Green street, cor. Kair-
Baaa Street, Sunday School n SO a m ",t'1'1 SuDtl"y services 11 a. m. anil 7 :U.
E-chlng .ervlces 11 . and 8 I' m I" "! ,,,v; l- T- llur-'1. D- or.
adaye. Kev. W. Hauimee p.cr,,. ! Licvi-nth Avenue M. K. Church. Serv-
lach, gopt jUes i: a. m. and 8 p. m. : Sunday Schojl
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday, September !)th, Four
teenth after Trinity. Gal. 5:16-26;
Luke 17:11-29. The usual 6:30 a.
111. prayer services for busy people
will be continued. Full morning
services and sermon at 11:00 a. m.
on "The Ten Lepers." Vesper serv
ices and special program by the
Women's Guild at 6:IiO o'clock.
Organ Voluntary by Mrs. W.
Faulkner. Hymn, "Tis Night" (Au
rella.) Sentences Confession, Absolu
tion, Magnificant, Psalter, Nunc Dim
ittis Creed and prayers. Hymn "0
Daughters Blest" (liumpp). Re
marks by the president, Mrs. F. K.
Dawson. Paper on Esther the
Queen by Mrs. Gertrude Carr. Duet
by Misses Perry and Rucker, Solo
by Mrs. M. T. Uontley, Reading by
Mrs. J. C'havis, Silver oflering. lien-
ediction and , Recessional hymn.
"Forth in Thy Name." (Connon-bury.)
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH.
Shiloh Baptist Sunday school was
opened at 9:"0 p. m., by the superin
tendent. The Sunday school is grow
ing nicely. Collection was good.
Rev. Roland was at his post Sun
day, a lovely crowd was out and
everybody seemed to be filled with the
gospel. The Scripture lesson, was
read by Rev. Hall, 12th chapter of
Matthew and the 12th verse.
Rev. D. Brown preached a wonder
ful sermon using for his text the 2nd
chapter of Matthew and the 2nd verse
Subject, Seeking for Jesus.
The pastor filled his pulpit Sunday
night at 7 p. in., and preached a love
ly sermon. He preached from the 8th
chapter of John, his subject was, Free
dom, a large congregation was
present and enjoyed the sermon. Col
lection was good, day and night. The
pastor will leave Tuesday for the con
vention at Atlanta Georgia.
We have a large numbor of sick. Sis
ter Carrie Turner at 535, Lischey
Ave., Sister Garret, at Harrison St.,
iortn Nashville, ihe pastors son
is getting along nicely and will be
able to go home in a few days. The
club of Shiloh Baptist Church gave
a grand entertainment all last week,
They had a grand time, it was given
by Sister Joshia Short, Hettie Hoeket
Rosia Baker and Susie Reed.
They closed out with a very s;ood
..fj". w HapUst Church, 4DU
Uth Ave., N. Hev. A. W. Portr lw,.r
, vwnaay ocnooi u :S0 a. m. : eervlcea 1 1
m. and 7 :80 p. m. ; Thursday night : praver
Beating Tuesday nit-tit; Choir rehearsal,
Plrlday night. W. O. Moore, Supt
Third Avenue Baptist Church, flno 3rd
, Ave.. N. Hev. J. I,, llardinc. U. f).. Pastor.
SUday School 9:80 a. in.; services 11 a.
lLv Ai:iz:' ,-""'n churches.
" Aarsday night. E. S. Shuttle Sunt I L,n AT''n,1f 'hHstian Church. 709 Lea
Green Iinetlst '.inireii 11 1 1 " . ouimav ,1 a. in. ann
,t':l."i. S. M. Strayhiirne, Pastor.
! Tliompstpn Chanel. Waldcn Unlvernt)
;Cnniius. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. ; preath
; lnpl 1 a. ni. ; prayer services. 7 p. m. Sup-
d.:y University eervires at the lleharry
: Ai.dllorlum on the second Sunday of eaih
lucnlh, 11 a. m. R-v. Whlto. U D., l'tesl-
.Pleaaant Green Iinptlst Vliurch, Itev. J. j
B. D., Pastor. Sunday Scbooi P.
services 11 a. b. and 8 p. m
prayer meeting Tuesday night; awheri ! u"L"'h V ,V,0..ft
eating and Choir rehearsal Fridaj ' ,igl I ''""1aJ' "'Bht. Kid
L:MvT-. BA D'ckelson, Church Clerk. T. G. . -,,.!'
ounaay ecnoo n :;tii a. m. Y i..t
People ChriHllan Kndeavi' hoclety Hju
p. m. I'rayer meeting
Ider Preston Taylor,
KcKalry Hill, 12th Ave., N.
School 8:80.: preacblnc Jl a. m
p. b. Sundays. Servlcec twice a week
. St. Luke, Lewis Street, Sundav Scbooi
:8I a. b. ; preaching 11:80 a. m. and 8
a. Sundays. Pastor Rev. Henry Coving
Bethel Primitive, Sunday School, 9:30
'n. m. ; preaching services 11:30 a. m. and
8. B. Sunday.
1 lit. Morlah, 2107 Alameda St. Bunday
School 6:80 a. ta ; preaching 11:30 a. m.
sod 8 p. m. 8unday,
. Pleaaant Valley, Edgehill Street. Sunday
ckool 8:88 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m.
tot p. b. Sunday. Rev. W. Wilson, Pastor,
Tha United Primitive Baptist, 42nd Ave.,
Gav Street Christian Church rM.r e
I.J. cmlth, Pastor. Services 11 a. ai. sod
is p 111.: Sunday School 12:3(1; Wllllnt
I Wnrkers Club every Tuu'eoay night: Pa
;ti'fH Aid Society jve'-y rilday ulght. b.
Sunday J. handler. Clerk.
and a: vtinow riireet, . hiu s. w. Corner nrct
A.rnue. hunaay eervuvs 7 .80 p. m.
( in rcli of Chrlit. Chaiiotte and 48th
ST.' JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
The pastor, Rev. W. H. Whittaker
and the Superintendent, Brother J.
A. Turner, are leaving Nashville for
the National Baptist Convention,
Tuesday night, September 4, 1917,
at 8:30 o'clock p. m. Hoping to ar
rive in Atlanta, Ga., with much joy.
The St. John Baptist Sunday school
is improving every week. New
scholars have been added to the
school. Bro. J. A. Turner, the sup
erintendent was elected deacon,
August 31st, 1917. Our doors are
always welcome to visitors and all.
Come all and feast with us.
SACRED CONCERT AT ST. AN
Sunday night the St. Andrews Guild
will render a program at 6:30 o'clock.
Mrs. F. E. Dawson is president of the
Guild, which is doing a splendid work
for the St. Andrews Presbyterian
Church. On thisoccasion, there will
be sung sacred selections and a. num
ber of sacred readings will be given
by several of the best known and most
popular of Nashville's colored women.
There will also be a discussion of
"Esther," the Biblical character and
this is expected to be highly inter
esting and beneficial to those who may
The minister of St. Andrews, Rev.
Spencer Jackson, has asked the pub
lic to be present and witness this
special Sunday night program. Rev.
Jackson is one of the city's most
deserving spiritual leaders, a Chris
tian minister, who has endeared him
helf into the hearst of all classes and
denominations and the ladies of the
church are working with him most
earnestly in an effort to make the
work at this church one that will re
sult in much good being accomplish
ed in the community.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
1 ethel. 10th Avenue 8. Sunday servient
11 a m. and 8 p. ta. ; Sunday School 9:88
a. m. ; Christian Endeavor meeting T p.a. ;
clasa and prayer meeting Thursday night,
lev f?. J. Howard, Pajtor.
'Irlnlty A. M. K. Suou School 9:80 ft
m. S p. m. Rev. W. L Lowel', Pastor
Ibcnezer, Stonea River Turnpike. Suu-
dflV Rprvice 11 m unrfBn U,.nH,v
- 8. . Cor. Albion St., N. W., Sunday school 1 School 9:30 a. m. ; Vbrlattaa' Bndeavor 1
9:U a m. ; preaching 11:30 a. n. and 8
19. m. Sundays.
West Nashville. Sunday School 9 :30 a.
a.; preaching 11 :3t a. m. and 7:80 p. m.;
; prayer meeting Thursday night.
, 81 Bli Primitive, The Bible Band meets
every Sunday evening at 6 :8f o'clock,
taagkt ny Slater Byhia Henderson. Every
oe Is Invited to meet us. The Sunday
Wheot opens every Sunday morning at
8 :80. Super.htendent Rev. 8. Y. Douglass,
.Jacretary Syhla Henderson. Preaching serv
Men 11 .86 a. m. nnd 8 p. a. every Hunday
Barnlng under the ausplcea of Elder G.
Ta oaf eon.
Hopewell Baptist Church, Ponelaon, Rev.
A. Abernathy, Pastor, G. Washington, Supt.
aft. Lebanon Baptist Church, Brentwood,
tav. I. 8, Davis, Pastor. R E. Bunt, Supt.
' Clifton Avenue Baptist Church, Rev.
eeaaaea Graham, Pastor.
Bnlloh Bnntlat Church, Rolling Mill Hill.
bWt. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
. 'Tenth Avenue Baptist Ctjurch. Rev. H.
atotfkina. Pastor. Bervlcea 11 a. b. and 8
8. a. ; Sunday Scbooi 9 :45 r m.
Itt. Tlew Baptist Church, Bar. W. P.
all. Pastor. Clemmte R. Rosa, Supt.
Mt Bethel, Bast Nashville, Sunday
Seaaol 9:10 a. m. ; services 11 a. a. and
B. aa. Sunday: eervlcea Tuesday and
Taareday nights. Rev. D, A. Weakley, Pac
ta; Mr. W. O. Raadalsh, Supt Sunday
p m.; cinss meeting ruesaav night; pray
e.' meeting Thursjay 11'ght. Rev. H. U.
St. Luke. First Street, W'. Nashville.
Sunday services 11 n. ta. and 8 p. m. ,
Sunday School 9:80 a. ro.j Christian K
denvnr 7 p. m. Itev. Jauica K. Chlldreen,
Snlem. Cor. 4th Areiuc, North and Bd
(har.an St. Sunday service 11 a. m. and
8 p. m : Sunday School 0 :c0 a. m. - Chris
tian Kndeavor 7 p. m. ; clasa meeting Thurs
day night; prayer meeting Tuesday night.
Rev. a. Whltworth, Pnrtor
Scovel St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Berv
lcea 11:30 a. m.ind 8 p. to. Sunday achool
9 :30 a. m. ; Christian Endevaor 7 p. m. ;
Class Meeting Thursday night; Rev. W. A.
1 eynes Chapel. Cur. 7t'i end Winter Bts.
Sunda) services 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. ;
Sunday scbooi 9:30 a. m. ; Christian En
deal 01 7 p. m. ; claaa n.rcting Thursday
night; prayer meeting Tuesday night Rev.
J. n. Johnson. D, I)., Pattor.
St. James, Mooretonn. Sunday service
11 a m. and 8 p. m. ; -uuday School 9 :80
a. m. ; Christian Bndeavor 7 p. m. Rev.
G. I. Jackson, Pastor
St. John Church. Corner Sth Ave., N.
and Cedar fit. Rev. i. M. Smith, Paitor.
Sunday School 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11
a, m. and 8 p. a. ; A. C. B. Leagae 7 P
a. ; dasa meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. a.
St. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., B. nnd
franklin St Rev. H. L. Jeans, Paster.
Sunday obool 9:88 tv-m.; servlcee 11 a.
CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY.
A Fete Champetre will be given on
the beautiful lawn of the Church of
Holy Trinity, Corner Sixth Avenue,
South and Ewing Avenue, Monday,
September 10th, under the auspices
of the St. Cecia's Class. Missellane
ous attractions will be provided for
the entertainment of all. It is plan
ned to make this a reunion of all
members and their friends. A special
drill will be given by local talent. The
public is cordially invited to attend
this Fete Champetre.
TRINITY A. M. J3. CHURCH.
Sunday school at 9:30 General Class
At 7:30 thepastor, Rev. W. L.
Powell preached a great sermon which
was, much enjoyed by all.
Text, 1st Epistle of Peter 3:18,
subject, "The atonement, its cause, Its
extent, its purpose.
JONES THROUGH GE0R3IA.
Not since the days of the famous
march of Sherman. through this old
historic state has there been such
awakening of the perJple as has just
been caused by the victorious march
of Dr. Edward P. Jones of Mississippi.
President of the National Baptist
Cnovention. It Is true that the march
of Sherman had for its purpose the
conquering of the Rebels against the
authority of the Federal Government
and the emancipation of four million
slaves. It is also true that the march
of President Jones had for its pur
pose the subjugation of the rebels
against the authority of the govern
ment of Jesus Christ and the emanci
pat ion of the religious serfs from the
bondage of autocracy of the would
be lords in the church. Sherman suc
ceeded most gloriously and history
counts the march as one of the most
glorious feasts ot the civil war.
From all indications Dr". Jones I
to be equally successful and will set
up a banner inscribed with the eter
nal principles df church sovereignty
mat shall be read and glorified in
by the young Baptists in all of the
coming generations. His speech in At
lanta at the great Friendship Baptist
Church, pastored by that eminent and
scholarly preacher, Dr. E. R. Carter,
was a masterpiece. Darted with gems
of Divine truth that shine as the
stars in the sky. The Baptists have
nothing to fear with such a brilliant,
aggressive and progressive leader as
Dr. Kdward P. Jones. He is fearless,
courteous and intelligent. He Is able
to present the cause and case of lib-erty-lovine:
Baptists of the nation ah
perhaps no other man. It seems to
have been Divine that he should have
been brought forth to head the Bap
tist work at the time he was. -JJke
Moses, God seems to have had him
in preparation in the land of Midisn
back of the desert, under the shadows
of .Mount Horeb. For twenty years he
has been the matchless leader of the
Odd Fellows of Mississippi, and lias
just been re-elected over the sternest
opposition to his twenty-first term. It
indeed encouraging to note that
ihrough his solicitation and far-sight
ednesa that Dr. J. B. Gambel, Presi
dent of the Southern Baptist Conver,
lion, and Dr. O. L. Hailey are to be
guests at the National Baptist Con
vention to be held at Atlanta. It does
not take a philosopher to see in the
coming of these two great leaders of
white Baptists sentiment in the south
that the National Baptist Convention
unincorporated among Negroes has
the ear of the world's best thinkers
In the Baptist church. It also testifies
that the unincorporated National Bap
tist Convention will doubtless have
the sympathy and the co-operation of
our great Southern white convention
If the Negroes can make the proper
showing at Atlanta in the presence
of these representative Baptists then
the victory is won for indeed the
body of Nesito Baptists that can so
conduct their affairs as to appeal to
the great organized white Baptist
church will be in a much better posi
tion to do world-wide work and to
make itself a permanent and respect
ed body than it could otherwise. And
e it known that the- great white
brotherhood is going to line up with
that organization that proves itself
capable of doing things for the white
man is a genius at accomplishments
For twenty years we have watched
the old line convention, our incorporat
ed brethren, and have held out to
them all kind of helpful inducements,
have stimulated theru with all kind
of helpful suggestions as well as monl
tary consideration, but the Baptists
tinder the old Morris regime have
failed to accomplish anything wortliy
of respect or in any way commensu
rate with the help rendered them.
iney nave contented themselves to
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WBJit ageula in every ott nnd vintage to atdl TBS
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iiou. Can be uml wlbb or wiuoulatraJgnteutug rrooa
hells for 2ue per boi-une Ac bo I will prove la v!u.
iny person who will use a Jbo boi will ba ouuvtnoed
So mailer what has hliai to grow your hair Juat glvi
rUK STAR HAIR bttOWtiK a trial and you wl ba coa-.-IuomI
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meal send II uu and wa will seud n a full supply
hat you can bavin work at once; also agent a tarn. I
tieuj ail money dv uodcv urnei 10
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mail Branca aa 111
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iY FIIKK HOOK TKLLH HOW
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eiuploi iiieni w ih lo 1 hours und ho I
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spend I111M li ur daily and quality
yourBclf to do i k thai everyone also
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ed; lualriicllouH by mull or In per. on.
Diplomas toiiraduulea. Aientawnntuii
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ELOSO HAIR GROWER
Mr MME. J. NLLSOM.
ELOSO COLLEGE CO.,
21 S. Compton Avtnue,
M. Louis. Mo.
MME. J. MiLSON.
meet in great masses, re-elect by ao
ilanmtion a political president, and
shelve into their jeans, and in differ
ent ways go south with whatever
money is in Bight, leaving untouched
1 he great work of the church. The
white people heing thus disappointed
are. through their representatives,
turning their attention to the Jones
Boyd convention with the hope of
accomplishing something for the Mas
ter. The convention under Jones ana
Boyd and the other leaders has al
ready purcbaeied a site tor a theulogl
cal etnmfciy fcvi.l ire doing other
things in a missionary way, thus
these great, distinguished visitors.
Dr. Jones is to be congratulated for
his far-sightedness and in our judg
ment should be re-elected to the
presidency ot the National Baptist
Convention. The editor of the Peo
ple's Defender on account of his
worth and work here and now nomi
nates him as president of the Na
tional Baptist Convention, and in do
ing so he recognizes the right ot any
body else to offer a candidate if they
so desire. For while we area Jones
admirer, we believe in the freedom
and majority rule of the Baptist
church. We regard that every other
Baptist lias the right to nominate
him a man and to have him elected,
if possible, but the editor of the
People's Defender does not think It
w ise to at this time change presidents
or even to equivocate. In saying this,
however, we do not regard that Dr.
Jones is the only man in the Baptist
church that is of presidential - size
We have a number of men who meas
ure up in our judgment to presidential
timber among whom we might men
tion that eminent and scholarly man,
the editor of the Union-Review, Dr.
J. P. Robinson, of Little Rock, Ark.;
Dr. Woods, of Kentucky; Dr. Camp
bell, of Texas; Dr. Jon, of Oklaho
ma; Dr. Carter, of Georgia; Dr. Clark,
of Tennessee; these with a number
of others whom we could mention
would make brilliant heads for our
national organization, some ot whom
e orrcx tWiwagfcir c
and reUaMa mIU vita Mokv
dear Ufar-teachl' taoea
at very kow price. TVeir
satisfactory perfacTDanxw and dura
bility it backed by Mm makers' axM
tee end by our reputation t ha latlng
only the beat on tba market.
Get our discounts atd be ooaWaoad
of the real value offered.
Superior Cast Steel Church
and School Bells
Write for Prices. Send sUm
NAT'Ir BAPTIST CHURCH
R. li 8;)ID, B. D.. Secretary,
its St)- In., I., HubvIL1, hit
no tioutit win in tne near iuiure db
tor we do not think it wise or Just for;
one man, however competent he may
be, to continue in office forever.
Things are likely to'drift into the
epinL ui " L J u.v..
idea, but at this time we believe Dr.
Jones is the man from every view
point that the church has. On to At
lanta! . V
TUie People's Defender.
SACRED R0GAN RECITAL.
The following program will be
rendered at -the Church ot The Holy
Trinity; Sixth Ave., South and Ewing
Ave., Sunday evening, Septembed 9th
to which the public is cordially in
vited, from 6 p. m., to l p. m. This
is the beginning of the series of
Organ recitals to be given through the
fall and winter season. This organ
recital will be under the auspices of
the St. Cecelia's Class Assisted by
some of the best local talent of the
city, and a high class entretainment
and a large audience is expected.
Organ Voluntary, Prof H. A. Clem
mons. Processional, Hymn 516.
Creed-Versicles and Pray Lesson.
Trio, Mrs. H. A. Cameron, Mr. T.
Clay Moore and Dr. S. S. Caruthers.
Selection by Choir, Hmyn 316.
Duet, Miss Naomi Holman and Dr.
Solo, Mr; Osslan Crockett.
Solo, Miss Laura White.
Offering, music by Choir, Hymn
Recessional, Hymn,' 507.
Well it is again tha tthe 15th (Ave.
Baptist church has made another step
forward to success, The Woman's
Auxiliary met on Thursday night,
Aug. 30th, l17,at the residence of
Mrs. Mary Sutton. The meeting was
opened with song and prayer by the
President, Mrs. Moore. After which
the program was rendered and re
freshments were served. The social
and the program committee, put forth
their best efforts in getting themselves
ready for this grand occasion. The
program was as follows:
Song, by the Auxiliary, "Praise the
Prayer by Bro. T. H. Connon.
Solo, Miss Willie M. Reed, "Old
Folks at home.
Talk, by Mr. J. H. Elkin.
Solo, Mrs. Cardelia Miller.
Solo Mr. Samuel F. White, "Tell
Mother I'll be there."
Duet, MIbs Ethel Smith and Miss
Annie Gillisple, "Somebody's praying
Short talk by Sister Moore.
Closing song led by Miss Lizzie
Scribner, "There's a great Camp meet
We had with us as visitors, be
side the various number of members,
of our Auxiliary: Miss Julia M. Pope,
Mrs. Pearlie Wares, Mrssrs. Samuel
F. White, Samuel Smith, J. H. Elkin,
Johnle Gaines, W. O. Moore, T. H.
Cannon, Misses Leora Ransom and
Alf Bratton, the youngest members of
the Auxiliary served as waiters for
the evening. Each and everyone ex
pressed themselves as having enjoyed
the evening most eloquently. After
the ladies were through serving their
cream and cake, Mr. White gave us
a few of his familiar songs, which
was enjoyed by everyone. Miss Liz
zie Swift played a few instrumental
pieces and Mrse. Walker also. The
evening was closed with everyone ex
pressnlg how they had enjoyed them
selves and were on' their way home.
WW We Should Vote For
Milaiy IB. IHlowse
For JVkat He Has ' Done.
II K gave us Hadley Park. f
II K made it possible for us to receive the best of treatment in the Tubitculosis Hospital.
II li has given food and coal to our needy.
WIIKN the J.H. Fall Building collapsed II 13 personally helped to comfort the sufferers.
AT the time of tlTe great East Nashville fire when many of our people were homeless and des
titute. II 15 secured the Duncan Hotel and had them housed and fed and in other ways
cared for. . '
II K gave clear receipts to all the fire sufferers who owed him, and invited them to come ard -rget
new furniture, and make the first payment in 90 days. s
HE took the" chains and spikes from the legs of the City prisoners and gave them human
HE is a big-hearted, sympathetic man who is a friend of the people. -
HE was occea poor man, but has made a big success in his business through his butitess
ability. " - . ,
II 15 came out of most relentless investigation of his official life with his reputation for honesty
untarnished, with no other blame otherwise than that he trusted his fellow Cimm n sici.tr
HE is not afraid to do things..
He is a SQUARE-DEAL,
.1. W. WORK, .
P. J. COLEMAN,
o. 5 Napier Cou