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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1917.
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Carta Baptlat Ctarea. H
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KZlMIOtUtY BAPTIST CHtTBCBK.
ML OUt Daetlst Chart. Im. C H.
Out D. IX, Puur. Bonnes Prayer aiert-
kmoaa; Bcheol 1:10 1 at. ; ' aerv
laa 11:00 a. a. aid :0 , at.; Ceas
es lea every lit Saaday, t i. a. ;
aa4 Teacssra' Beetlac Taeaday
atffet; PrMcalaf Thursday alrnt Phil
DoaxUaa, Caere Clerk. Q. P. Baker, Sapt
Kara Aveaae Baptlet Chorea, HOT
Kara Ave. Inai; erkeel : a. av: Berv
isaa ll:o a. m. aa i:00 a. m. ; Prayer
aaaatlBC Thareday elht; Teaehera mrrt
touj rrlaaT algal Ura, VUttte Rcdmaod.
Href rfeetlat Caereh, Bast Naaartlla,
a. W. S. KUlartea. Paster. Saaday echool
Sa9 a. a. ; preecalaf H:t0 a. a. aad
p. ol; prayer aaatlaf Wednesday
(: Choir rahMraal Thursday night;
amekara' Ucattaj Friday nlgbt. A, W. rite.
Btraet Baptist Church, Rv. Wm.
Paster. leader Sckaal :S a. a. :
raacatlac Baadey 11 :o a. n. and :00 p.
la. ahw Ta arena y elxht Prayer Mrrtlng
BBaaaay Bight. B. T. Brown, Charch Clerk.
4Ur ef TaUry, eth ATarjut Batit
CMrca, 6th Ara, Santa. lev. B. W. Haw
laataa. D. D., Paster. Services Sunday 11 :
aV av aa4 :ao p. a. ; Saaday School 8 :3U
k a ; eaetr rehearsal haraday alght. Max-
BanOat Chnrch. 1 oat fuut
fa. aV at Baraa, D. IX, Paaaar. Saaday
a :; aarnaaa tmaday n : a.
a. sad a. : TharadBr e te p, a. ;
k T. P. V. nday. IWkan' BMt-
algat ; Prayar
naeday : Cbetr reaeereal s-rtdey
aacht. Lard tapper rrrry lit Saaday
p. ai. Kra. A. W. Marshall, Church
Oark. Henry Marshall. Bast.
hit Calvary. Bant Neshvllle. Sunday
School 8 SO a. a.; preaching 11 a. a and
8 p. a. Sundays; coaaunlui aarrleea every
Arst Sunday. Mo pastor.
Uoa Baptist mast inaanTiiie, mb7
Vaool :8U a. a. : nrcacblni 11 a. a. and
8 p. a. Sundays; ooaaunltn aerrlcea Tery
Brat Sunday. Kev. joaepo B.eii, mwii
Prof. A. A. Branett, Supt Sunday School.
Pre Silver Plan atlaalon, Sunday achool
at 9:30 a. a.; preaching 11 L a and
8 :10 p. a. Bundsya ; coaaualtn aerricas
every first Sunday. Rev. Jaa C. Uaynea,
Pastor; Mr. 11. Clay McHeory, 8upt Sua-
West Naahrtlle. Sunday achool 8:80 a.
a.; preaching 11 a. a. and 8 pa; Tues
day night prayer serrlcea, Wedneaday night
preacainc ; coaunurutn serncea every om
Sunday- R"- C. Sherron, Pastor; Mr.
O. if. WlUlama, Supertntendaot Sunday
Pllgria Baanuel, Bun day School 8:80
m. , preaching 11 a. a. and 8:80 p. a.
mndaya. Mrs. 1. B. Bryant Superintendent
Sunday SchooL Rev. A. Phillips, Pastor.
Roger Wllliaat Cniveralty Cannua. Son-
day School 9 :IO a. m. ; B, V. P. U. 7 p. a. ;
Dr. A. M. Towoeend, Prealdent; Rev J. it
hi rans, Dean.
A. M. I. ZION
BlUa Chapel Church. Cor. Lewis and Short
Sunday School 9 a. a. Preaching 11 a, a.
9 p. a. Suadsya. Rev. Z. W. Hill, Pastor.
uoa cnurcn Kunaay school, uowarton
Avenae, near fifth Sunday serrtcee 11 a.
a. and T a. a.
BeJj Pamlly, 548 Third Avaauie N., Saa
day aarvlcas 1140 a. at. Rsv. Pather
and T :S0 o. m. : A. C, T. Leara 8 0
p. a; Traaes Board 1st Monday Bight !
class Beating Thursday night; Stewardraa
a eating evary Tuaaoav I p. a. ; cooir rw
baaraal Friday Bight
St Phillips, Mt Nebe. (Texas). Son
day services 11 k a and 8 p. m.: Sun
day achoal 8:80 a. a.; CbHstlaa Kndea
vor I p. a; claas Beating Thursday night
Rev. M. L. Spears, i-aaior.
Kt Peter A. M. K. Church. 4 atle an
the White Creek Pike Sunday School 9:80
a. a. ; preaching 11:30 a. ax: Allen
Christian Knileavor T p. a. ; preacamg
8 p. a. Rev. James L. Martin. Paator.
Plat Kock. Sunday aervices li a. a.
and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School V :80 a. a. ;
class aeetlng Friday night
Houses of Worship or the vanoua ienoi
natlona In Greater Nashville, giving the
location of the church with the hour of
services aa handed In to church Editor of
The Naahvtlle Ulobe. See that your church
and the name of your Paator appears in
thla Directory Call the L'hurcn twuior.
Sylvia St. Baptist Church. Cor. 6th St
and Shelby Ave. Sunday School 9 :80 a. a.
to 10 :4. a. m. ; Devotion and aeraon ev
ery Sunday, 11 a. a. to 1:00 p. a. : B. Y.
P C 7:00 p. a. to 8:00 p. a. Devotion
and aertnon 8:00 p. a. to 9 :S0 p. m. Com
amnion each first Sunday 8 :00 p. B.
Teachera' Meeting 7 :30 p. m. to 8 :S0 p.
a. Prayer aeetlng 8:30 p. a. to 9:80 P
Rev. J. R Kvans, A. M.. Pastor. Mr. Her
bert Cunningham. Sec.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY BAPTIST
ThP Woman's Missionary Baptist
City Union will hold their resular
board meeting at 2::!0 p. m.. at the
Puhlishinc House, 52:1 Second avenue.
North. Friday, Nov. 2, 1917. All
board members are earnestly reguest
ed to be present.
An Easy Way
To Reduce Flesh
Drink Dot Water and Take
Haven't you often wished for a
medicine to reduce your flesh? Some
thing that does not require dieting
or calisthenics? Well, right here you
have it la 5 grain tassco tablets,
which you may secure at your drug
gist. They are pleasant to take, per
fectly harmless and cause no restric
tions of habit or eating, and reduce
the flesh, little by little, until you are
down to the number of pounds you
wish to weigh. Too much flesh Is un
desirable, as most quite stout peo
ple will readily admit, and it detracts
from one's good appearance; makes
one clumsy and short of breath.
There isn't any reason why anyone
should be too stout, when there's
this much-tried, perfectly satisfactory
remedy at your druggist. Tassco
tablets (don't forget the name) are
recommended by physicians and are
guaranteed to be perfectly harmless.
Refuse substitutes, if you can not
come to our store, we will mail tassco
Baptist, ftteraa St. Corner D
"a. Saaday scaeei 9:88 a. a.; aarvlcas
M a. bl and l:M a. Bnadaya; prayer
a sating Tuesday sigh; preaching Thura
a Bights; esaaanlta aanUaa every Brat
asjday. Rev. G. H. Taylor. D. D., Paator;
ntise Plereace Burnett 8penntesaeBt Saa
dai School. Mrs. r. B. Rayner, Supt
Viae Ulea, Snd Ave., S. and Kolensvtlle
Paaa. Sunday Beheel 9 48 a. bl; preaching
U a. a. and 8 :0 p. a. Rev. J. T. Tunrtall,
Jr. Pastor. Monroe McUay, Bopt
Mt. Nebe, N. W. Nashville. Sunday school
a. a.; aarloes 11 a. m. and h iui
p. as, Sunday; coaaaalta services every
at Sunday. Rev. H. A. Alfred, Pastor, Mr.
81 Cleggett aperlnteadeat Sunday Schooi,
Hebrew Baptist Churcn, Rev. Wash SI
Hickory Grove Baptist Charch, Rev. I. S.
let Zloa, Jeffanwa Street, Cor. lltB
Ava. H. Sanday Beheol 9 :80 a. m. ; prmcn
bag 11 a. at. and 8 () p. b. Sundays. Uev.
i. A. Brown, Paster; 8. C. Kaeae Suuer
LntaBdent Sunday Behool.
Valraeid, Sunday School 9 SO a. m. ; s-r-
was u a. a. and 8 p. a. Sundays; cum
BMntloa aervlcaa every first Sunday. Rev.
0. B. Sutton, Pastor, i. R. Caruthera.
opeiintehdaDt Saaday Schaol.
North Sixth Street, Bast Nashville, Sun
day School 9:80 a. a.; aervUes 11 a. m.
Bed 8 p. a. Huadaya ; Communion every
nt Sunday. Rev. Joseph TunetuU, Paator.
B. W. Steward, Snpt.
Bock City. Sunday School 9 :80 ; services
11 a. m. and 8 p. a. Sundays ; prayer
ateetlng Tuesday nights; preaching Thurs
0a nights. Rev. A. W. Wilson, Pastor.
Bawklaa St, Sunday School 9 : a. m. ;
Hollaaaa. Twelfth Avenae, N. Sunday
servtcee 11 :M a. b. and I p. a
HUVaVVTH DAI ADTB.VTLST.
Rider J. U. Das en t, Paster. Sabbath
Seoset (Satarday) at 9:4e a. a. ; preach
ing at 11:10 a. a; preaching serv
ices every Suaday evening at b
o'clock, proceeded by song service. (Dec
trinai seblects are dlscuaaed at thlaSimjc) i
ausaieiiary met tug every fourth STthjath
at 11:1 a. m. ; prayer meeting WednKluy
evealag at 7 :45 followed by choir prac
tice. All are welcome.
Howard Congregational Charch, ith
Avenae N. near Church. Services Sunday
it a. b. and Hp. m. ; Sunday School 9 :du
a. a.; communion every 1st Sunday 11
a. a. ; prayer meeting Wednesday uight.
Mias Prances Hanks, church Clerk. T. 31.
taion, bisk Unlveriaty Caapus. Preach
Ing services at 11 a.m. fsilswed by bun
day aiohvul, V. M. C. A. and C. K. MM
ings at U a. m. ; mission Suuday School .
p. ib. ; prayer meeuug neanemiay at o .u
p. m. J. N. Uaskell, Pastor; K. A. Mt
rieaaie, l'resident; Uev. U. W, Morrow,
Utaa ; J T. k'alrchlld, Treasurer.
t Msry'i L'uapeL 20V1 Twelfth Avenue
N. Sauusy School U :o a. m. ; presetting
11 a. a.: I. r. s. u. hi., u . ai,
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h.'aaiaWS AV' " ,
L ' WJ
JV; . t. 1'j.amwrMtn mi&
rf.v. n. t. r.uncii.
Ices 11 a. m. and 8 n. m.' Sundur
weakly meetings Wedneaday and Friday;
coanmunlon services every flret Sunday. Kev.
1. C. HHrdlnr, Pastor ; M. Sheffield.
Lake Providence. End of Nolensvllle like.
Suaday School 9 :80 a. a. ; preaching serv
ice 11 a. m. and Ho n.: tuv. v k -ift
Pastor, 1018 Joe Johnson Avenue. U. Owens,
tSumberlaad Talley Baptist Church, Sun
day School 9 :10 a. a. ; preaching services
11 a. a. and 8 p. a. Uev. Isaac Sherman,
Mt Otleed 8. BUI Street. Sunday school
er ao s,
fct. Andrew Presbyterian Church. Cox.
8th Ave. and (jay sleret. Uev. S. Jackson,
Minister. Telephone M. iiS2o Sunday
school 9:30 a. u.; services u:30 a. m.,
11 a. ai. and 6:30; Thursday 7 :H0 ; choir
rehearsal Tuesday and Saturday evening.
Church open dally.
The Church of the Living Gad. 6 Si 4th
Ave., S. (C. W. F. If.) Rev. W. S. Bowen,
Pastor. Sunday School 9 :30 a m. ; services
11 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m. ; Thursday p.
m. ; Willing Workers Club Tuesday 8 P-
a. ; ladles 6. S. Club Thursday 4 :0 p.
m. ; I. P. P. Club Sunday 4 :80 p. m.
COLORBD MHTUODIST EPISCOPAL
Lane labernacle, Spring St. Sunday
School 9:80 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m.
oreachlns 11 a. m. and 8:80: and 8 p. m. Kpwortb League meeting at
n. m. Sundays; commualtn services every 1st ! 8 :S0 p. m. ; prayer meeting every WeOjies
Snnday. Rev. N. T. Stoners, Pastor ; ilr. f. I day at 8 o'clock.
O. Buchanan. Phillips Chapel, 8 Wparf Ave. Sunday
The St John Baptist Church. Pearl Street ' School 9 :30 a. m. ; C. E. League 7 p. m. ;
between 11th and 12th avenues. Suuday iClasa meeting Tuesday night; Bible Class
school at 9:30. Preaching at 11 a. m. and . Wednesday nlgut.
8 p. m. Covenant meeting every first Sun- Capers Chapel, Church St. Preaching at
day niht. Prayer meeting every Tuesday 1 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School 0 :3u
Bug ox. iwkcnerr meeting, Wednesday nlglit. I a. m.; (.:. t,. league p. m. ; Tucsuuy niui
meant "eats." They were ushered
into the dining-room, where truly an
old-fashioned country dinner consist
ing of turuip greens, chicken, black
berry pies and many other good
things were enjoyed. The hostess
told the class, that everything that
was taten was raised on their
larm, even to the corn which was
made into breads
After dinner Mr. Carney took the
class to the orchard, whore one of
the livliest times of the day was had.
Jlr. Carney running from tree to tree
shaking apples to see the class scram
ble for them. After being well load
ed with apples, they returned to the
house, when the teacher, Mr. S. H.
Johnson, on behalf of the class spoko
a few words of appreciation to Mr.
and Mrs. Carney for the kindness ex
tended them. Then the class joined
in and sang the (Jaleda and Metoka
song. 'Mr. Carney then responded and
i elated to the class how he had suc
ceeded in the ten years' time he had
iieen out there.
The time having arrived for the
start home, every one bade Mr. anil
Mrs. Carney pood bye and expressed
the desire to come again. They
reached the t ily about ii;;!o well load
ed with good things from Mr. and
Mrs. Carney's farm.
GALEDA CLASS 15TH AVENUE
The Galeda Class met last Wednes
day night at the residence of Miss
Ka'nnie K. hUkins, Hi I (I State street,
with Misses ltessie Woodard an I Fan
nie lilkins as hostesses. The presi
dent called the meeting to order at
S:20 o'clock with song and prayer.
The teacher bein.i? present, the class
went into the discussion of the, lesson
for thirty minutes, after which the
president discussed other business
which included the rally that was
held last Sunday evening at the
fhiirch. Rev. F. S. Swift, Kev. W. H
Whittakor and Uev. W. O. Moore
preached for us. Collection $10.05.
The meeting was a great success.
Alter roll call quotations and dues,
the class adjourned to meet at the
church next week. Misses Fannie
Klkins and Bessie Woodard served
HUBBARD CHAPEL M. E. CHTOCH.
Sunday at ii . ui.
Barham our new pastor preached an
excellent sermon from John 3:16 on
"Love." Sunday evening at 7:30 p.
m. Song service led by Miss Beatrice
Bogle and Mr. A. wnue, at o:zo im
pastor spoke from the 37th division
of Psalms on fretting. Our ex-
pastor. Rev. J. P. Price was among
us at Sunday school and made a
short talk afterwards introduced to
the school our new pastor. He was
also Dresent at the 11 o'clock service.
Board meeting Monaay msm. pici
meeting Tuesday night. Ladies' Aid
Wednesday night and class meeting
Thursday night. All are cordially
invited to attend each meeting and
especially the Sunday services.
Rev. J. 11. uarnam, rasiur.
Miss B. L. Bogle, Reporter.
GALEDA CLASS NO 16.
finleda Class No. 16 of the Mt.
Olive Baptist Church of which Mrs.
G. P. Baker is the president met at
the home of Mrs. Zeffle Johns at the
corner of Lea Avenue and 6th Ave
nue, Sunday afternoon. The meet
ing was largely attended, tnirty-nve
members of the class answering the
roll call. Several business matters of
importance were transacted alter
which the class enjoyed a unique
Several very prominent visitors
were present and made remarks.
They were Mesdames G. L. Jackson,
Lucy Patterson Williams, Clarke, R.
H. Boyd and Miss TotlU, Mrs. uiarKe,
who is the daughter of Mrs. Easley a
new member of the class Is an ac
complished musician and at the next
class meeting will favor the class
with a solo. Mrs. Jackson is a club
worker of state-wide reputation.
After the usual hour of business
and devotion those present were in
vited into the dining room where a
dolicious two course menu was serv
ed. During the service of the lunch
eon Rev. Henry Allen Boyd favored
the guests with a solo which was en
joyed by all.
THE STAR HAIR GROWER
WONDERFUL HAIR DRESSING mi GROWS
UDB UUUHIUI HWM " i . V..T . .. M
Want agente In every ottry and TUiuvgs w "
STAB BAIIWOWa. This ,V.W.TilE. JoJI
Sella lor fee per box-one e boa will prove
Any person who will use a 2 boa will eocvlsose..
No matter what baa Ml ad to grow your balr Just gfre
THB STAB HAIB GHOWVB a total and row wB :
vtueed Sand JBo tor full aised boa. If you v"""
agent send 11.00 and we will eend you a rH sjap ey
tost you eaa bvln work at once; also agent taraaa.
Send all monaf bv atonev Order to
The Star Hair Grower MI
nreesesees aw C.
Bfemw Ib aba Snuas sell vat ert k-m4 ""'J
The Kev. 1). T. Bui'i'h, the new pas
r -r of lirailen MM'ioiial Methodist
KpUcopal I'hur'a, Kast Nashville, is
one of the leading mi'-.i-itf r- of his
rt ntVrenre. lie is a Ktiiuu -kl.iii by
l"ilh and a Teni.t-.-S"a- by imiuigra
ti( n lie began the mi nstrv in Ken
i"tk in the Lex,n,'.t i.i Conferonce
His first aDDointmcii'i: wjs Greenville, i
Ky He serve ! t!iaf ch:irge three
vears with niif h acct pialdlity. Then
in- was sent to Muij uitov.n. w'.iero
h ) built a new chr. i-'i. K' eliii.i; the
need of a better tr ?rai-i! tioii for lead
ership, he secured v. release from thai
charge, tame to Central Tennessee
College, now Walden University, seek
ins: more education, and after spend
ing six years in that institution com
pleting "the theological course and
other "courses of literary training, he
transferred from the Lexington con-
terome to me " """ lho class with an ice course which
ami has done acceptable work in tne . ... ,..., 4 ...
REV. S. B. BURNETTE.
Rev. S. B. Burnette, pastor of Mace
donia Baptist Church, of Jackson,
Tnnn.. was in the city this week. He
has just returned troin South Pitts
hiire. Tenn.. where he assisted hev.
Mr. J. T. Martin in a revival. He re
ports much success from this meeting
Kev. Burnette while a native of 'len
nessee spent a number of years in
Missouri, but came back to this state
and joined in with his denomination
in doing pastoral work. He is a
prominent lactor in the affairs among
the Baptists of Tennessee. While in
the city he was busy looking throu.gh
the various business institutions con
ducted by members of the race.
LEARN TO GROW HAIR
am Ten to Twenty-five Dollars Weekly.
We will teach you by mail THE GLORY SYSTEM OF HAIR
CULTURE an easy to read-asy to learn course in five lessons
Tells you how to Shampoo-how to Straighten Ha r-A.ll about the
Scalp Massage-Treating Dandruff, Itching Sca.p, Etc., in fact, every
thing you need to know to become a successful hairdresser, Simple
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We give you a Complete Outfit Two Solid Brass Straightening
Combs One Alcohol Heater Six Boxes Of The Famous GLORY
HAIR GROWER Three Boxes Of GLORY STRAIGHT-O Three
Cakes Of Glory SCALP SOAP Enough to give more than $15.00
worth of treatments. Send us Six Dollars by money order or regis
tered letter and we will send you complete course and outfit Hand
some Diploma given all who take course YOU can learn this course
if you can read. We make this offer to secure agents for our hair
and scalp remedies Only one person taught in each city.
REGULAR PRICE OF THIS COURSE IS $25.00.
The Glory mfg., Co. DeptHV
2I5I Humboldt St. Denver, Colorado
Any time Glory Hair Grower Doesn't Hake Good-We Will
I wish to announce to the public
that the article that appeared in last
week's Clnriou concerning me being
called to pastor a church in Arizona
is an untrue statement. I have not
made any statement at all to tho
Clarion reporter. 1 am still pastoring
the Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church.
REV. A. W. POKTEK.
Preaching ever Tburstlay nlgbt. Uev. W.I claw nioetlur ; Wwlutudar 3 . ai., UiLile
a. wniuancr, l astor. a. 1.. Drenon, Bunt. I ciuss.
Antlscn, 1H Archer Stret. Sund7 ' El'l'OPAL
preacblrig services 11
Bundavs. Rev. G. W.
charF.es to which he lias been ap
pointed. At Mason, Tenn., his first appoint
ment in this conference, he built a
new church in six months and enter-
ni, ..r T.inlt- Mn ' InillPc me (lisiril I cumt-ieiiic. nc
Avenue urn! Sixth Avmuv S, Ttii' Uev. served .Memphis, Warren
was very enjoyable. About twenty-
two Galedas answered to roll call.
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH,
An all-dav service was held last
Sundav, it bcin the last Sunday
Chapel, ! Prior to tho sitting of the annual
Scbosl :0 a. m
Davi. w.ter P' "' BunUHs' "'luiruer M. M. Wright, l'riest'ln Charge, i h,iv,.,in cWmd .this citv. McMIiuiville. ' Confe-fiice. The pautor preached on
First Btre-t toKtlst Charch. Sr Plrst'?."!? ',d ""Li"'?.?.0 C.alialin. .MurtrtM.Rt.o.o. lMslrict Super- the subject. "Where are the nine.'
Bt Htfvtna Sundav 11 a. m. ami p. 'SvJoine muk and Xnuon m it. m. A cSurch . inlendelU of the Memphis District, to a good sized audience I he pas-
o..v Cliiiiin in Soil 1 .,:1S 1V1I e. irOIll " "'HI inunroi himu i , ii""-
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iv i he i nines lo l!U en Mu- Sliv, wneie in- II, mi i,ri-ii 1 11 v in-i iw
t;d Sunday Echini !"''-'iHullST Kl'lSCOI'AL. . ! which church he comes to Uraden Me-; si y. wne e ne nau een invuen ,
lervlces 11 a. ni. and ! , 1 'k, Mcujurial. ;ius 1-ri.nkln St. , lll()rl..j wilh the highest endorsement ; address the university . M. C. A.
rh h , 1?!'.. ZrnTtV'l of umeproaehable character, a preach-jat nine o'clock He expressed him-
Church, Rev. D. II. Jeus, rus,,,r. Mr. K. T. ir.'.n. clerk; 1'rot ,.r of m"ch ability and a pastor who self at being higul pleased at the
..VkK.iT ,ie.p' ' rrD,wy n'nt' with lcunie to all
mi imptut, tireu
9 :1M a. m. ; church servl
8 . m. No instor.
Mt. Arm llnntlst
Butler. r-aHtor. Buncuiy School 8:30 a. IB. : ,i e. nnrf n K..,...rim.,.i.,..t ..f sun
services 11 a. ai. and 7:30 p. ni. li V. iduv ,.1(,
Wrake. Huj.t lHypr Meeting Tuosdny idtfht. i i c ,- , j.-n (Impel. 7U5 (Morula Street. S in
Preachind rtiurvday mylil. Cooiiiniou ev dv (.rvi,vs 1 la. in. and 7:110 p. ui. Hev.
try Urst Sanday nnjt.t. iVN; mubell 1.as,r.
Mt. Zlon KaptUt Church, Smyrna, Itev. ; (ieidon Chapel. Ilc-rnmn St., near Pros
W. H. Whittaker, Paster. iet't. Sundav .-ervlies 11 a. ni. and 7 :'M
Hopewell llnntlst Church neu I 1: iti.t. 1 P- b. Kev. J. V. tiatleriield. Pastor
knows no failure. He preiu lied his cordial greet'ii.T received nt tne
n t m sermon ust sunt av at 1 1 a. m., imoi, hum ...- . . ..r. ... ....... .M.n ...
,,. urn n.fiutivH ainlience from I ceived at the hands of the
l!l-'l. "Fe.ir no!, little Hock, '"iy ai tne conclusion oi ine services.
Fs voiii- K:ilhei's roo.1 pleasure ! Hev. A. T. Cooper preached for us at
to give you the kingdom. i lie mes
sane was received with much enthusi
.... ....... .. i.,i ... n i.nn,,t;F-,t ..n.t-
a. m. and 8 p m ev G fold,, p',st, r MayUeld. Superluteud. nt of Sunday scl.uo:. ' "'" "'-'"""" ""''- "c"
m,. v y:.'. ' " lil"u,u. 1 'is'"r- ! ..-.J i ,: ,.,,r i-'ii,.-- i editiee and he liienilierslui). though
Bsks street' sundav s,.i,or,i n.-in ,. , ni,(1- S'"ily services ii ... ni. anil 7 m small. is a splendid people, untiring! farewell address in the usual sense
Breaching servl,.,-, ii . -, ,.. J ' P 1,1 1: v: l'- ''"r'.' " '. ". 1 "s,ur-.. workers for their church and the "t tne term
ley. Pustor. t. liriffin Sunt lluhliard's Chaiel. Ti-imble S. W. ( or.
Foster Chnnel in:i i..uiy t,..,,i.,.;E Hill. Suuday services 11 a. in. and i '
Bchool 0 :Su a ni uren.hit,,. ,;.! i'i'P. n'. Kev. J. P. Price. 1. !., Pustor. .VI'. !
o'clock, and his sermon was well
leeched. Pr. Jones delivered his
rirewell sermon at night, although
he stated that he did not want the
audience to consider his sermon i
W. ItaugutK, Pastor.
rlltwnlli Avenue Iiaelist Church
p ni. K. v. 1 1. T. Kurch, H. !., Pnsior
Ce-vHilli Avenue M. K. Church. Sctv
Ices r. a. in. anil s v m. ; Sunday School
, ! :!." S. M. Stiayliorne. Pastor.
IKrh o v k,. . .. i , V: . 1 loiiipson (.'tape. Muiuen inivcisuj
Sunila, svi.nol .. .'ii, ' , ,,rl",r- 1:!s,""' C pus Sundav School ....(., a. ni.;prea,U-
B and 7 an o o -it, mi ' " '"e ' . mi.; prayer services. 7 p. m. 8i..-
mJtlL iw i, ' ' "Ji l-.1'; d,v I niversl v services at the Meuarr;,
FrTdav niih VC , V 1 v"'rt r"lll",rsi"' Auditorium on the secoiul Sunday of ea. '.
rThYrdDiAbveaue- 01,1 Zr,. " " " '
Ave.. . Kev. J. I.. Uardiug, H. IX, Pastor. Ul 'n1,
Sunday School ii :;io a. in. ; services 11 a. !
m. and 8 p m. ; 11. V. P. t'. 3 p. ui. ; piaver CIIIMSTIAX CHI'KCIIES.
eetim; Tuesdiy nljjht: Choir rehearsal. ,.,. Avenue Christian Church. 70!) I.ea
Th rsdiiy niiiht. h s. Shiilt e. Supi Avenue. Services Sunday il a. m. nnr,
r vl m ;r'";n l'.",l"lst ,."""'1h- 1!"v- ' !p. n. Sunday School 9 ::io a. ni. V :.r.s
L. fields. II. Li lasior. Sunday School i..,.i,,.-s christian KndeavT society Sjd
: 'erviees I I a. D. I11IU n li. III. ., -. -no ,r. Ip,n...r n.eerno-
Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity.
(S." S. Simon and Jude.)
Eph. 6:10-17; St. John 4:4-54.
Earlv service of song, prayer and
meditation on the Epistle of St. Jude
At 11 a. m a special sermon on
There will be a special Brother
hood service of song and addresses
at 6:30 p. in. Come.
Note. Thursday, November 1st,
GALEDA CLASS PLEASANT
GREEN BAPTIST HURCW
The Caleda Class of Pleasant
(ireen Ha lit 1st Church met Thursday,
Other 11, li17, at the residence of
Mrs. Edith Marshall, 17th avenue N.
The meeting was opened in the
usual way at 8:30 o'clock with
song and prayer by liro. S. H. John
son. Afterwards the roll 'was called
i. ml all resounded with dues. The
lesson was reviewed thirty minutes
by the teacher, Bro. S. H. Johnson.
Ve were then served a very delic
.... . .. i. ... ai There
ous menu u.v mu u. i
i .C M.nr. nf1.
wore seven presenu " a i".. ...
ionrned. nil expressing themselves
as having enjoyed a very interesting i
lesson. Will meet with Mrs. Peter
Washington on Warren street, Oct.
2"i, 1!H7. All members are urged to
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lut-sdiiy nliflit; rvucliHri. i Wt.(llu,s,laJ. nl(5llt- EW,
Imir rcbcnrsiil Friday niirlit I j asioi.
ineetltii; hh.1 rh
1 :U. T. K. KIckclHon, Cliurcli Clerk. T. U. I
er l'rvston Taylor,
cause. With tills energetic pastor
and his good wile, Mrs Annie V.
Howard Ilurcli. with high ideals, who
is eminently (itted for Christian ser
vice and who stands by her husband
at all times and under all circum
stances, success is sure to attend this
chunh. The pastor extends a cordial
welcome to his many friends to wor
ship with his congregation at any
A splendid audience
was on hand, and the financial rJ
t urns were eood.
Pavne Chapel people provided din
ner for the conference Thursd.iy
under the direction of Mrs. Kva Hcl'i,
chairman of tho committee.
PHONE MAIN 10S
Uiiv Street (Mirlstlin Oh.irch F.idc r
J. Pnilth, Pastor. licrvUvs 11 a. m. aid
i p in.; HiinduT Kcliuol 12:.lo: VMIIIDk,
I Workers Club every Toirsoay nlglit; l'a.
tr s Aid Society jve'-y l iiday nigbt. S.
HcNalry Hill, lth At., N. Siindnv iJ. ( I'lindler, 'l'rk.
Bcbool :i!0.: i,rMcliiiiff n n, .,ii Mi Willow Sire..t. S. Hill S. W . Corner First
A.finie. Suiiduv services 7 .80 D. m.
ttnrcb of Cbrlic. (.'hauotte and 4Jtt)
a. m. Suniliira. Services twice a week.
St. Luke, Lewis Street. Sunday School
9:80 a. ui. : prem-blni; 11:30 a. ii). and
p. m. Sundays. 1'astor Itev. I'tnry Coving-
,,.1 PH...... Cumin. o I AFUICAN MBTIIOWST EPISCOPAL
a, m. ; prescbinir Bervlces 11:30 a. m. and ', . .... . cj..
m n m Hnnrl I e.tlit'1. 10th Avenae 8. Sunday wrvloK
' B" , ay'f . , . c li a m. and 8 p. m. ; Suaday School :0
T '. !0.!"' 2107 AlllIJ!M,a St. Sunday a m . n,rihtlan Endeavor meeting 7 p.m.;
School ll.au a. m ; preachlnK 11:30 u. m. cHsa naA irarer meetlns Thursday nlgbt.
and 8 p. m. Sunday, . Hpv j UoWttrd, ymtor.
Pleaoant Valley, Fd)eblll Street Sunday 'I rlnlly A. M. K. Suau ) Scbool 0 :30 I
chool li :30 a. rn. ; preaching ll:3o a. ni. jm. h p. m. Kev. YV. I. Ixiwcl', Pastor
Md 8 p. m. Sunday. Uey. W. Wilson, Paator. Kurnezer, Stones lliver Turnpike, riuu-
The United I'rlmltlve PaptlKt, 42nd Ave., oX? ''rv'" 11 m' ,nd 8 p. ui. ; Sunday
v. n... aii.i.. u v ui uj... ...h.,t I School 0 .30 a. rn. : 'lirlmlan Kndeavor 7
:10 a.m.: nreacaina 11 :80 a. m. and 81P m-i meeting 'lueMiay night; pray-
Sundaya. e,- nieeinig i uumuay i net.
St. Luke. First Street, w
Went Nimhvllle, Sunday School 9:30 a.
. ; preacblng 11 :80 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
prayer meeting Thursday nlflit.
St Eli Primitive, The Bible Band meets
very Sunday evening at 6 :30 o'clock,
tanght by Sister Sybla Henderson. Kvery
eoe In Invited to meet us. The Sunday
School opens every Sunday morning at
:S0. Superintendent Kev. S. Y. llouglasa,
Secretary Syhia Henderson. Preaching serv
ices 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
Horning under the auspices of Elder ii.
Hopewell Baptist Church, Donelson, Rev.
li. Asernathy, 1'astor. U. Washington, Supt.
kit. Lebanon Baptist Vhurch, Brentwood,
Bav. I. B. Uavls, 1'astor. K.E. Hunt, Supt.
Clifton Avenue Baptist Church, Itev.
Johnson Graham, Pastor.
Shlloh Baptist Church, Rolling Mill Hill.
Car. C. C. Koland, 1'astor.
Tenth Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. 11.
Bngglns, Pastor. Services 11 a. n. and 8
p. b. ; Sunday Scbool 9 :4S a", m.
lit View Baptist Church, Rev. W. P.
BalL Pastor. Cleamle It. itoss, Supt.
Mt Bethel, Esst Nashville, Sunday
Vcbool 9 :30 a. m. ; services 11 a. ai. and
p. m. Sundays; services Tuesday and
Thursday nlgbta. Uev. D. A. Weakley. I'aa
tor: Mr. W. O. Bandolpb, Supt. Sunday
Sundav services It a. m. and 8 P. m. ,
S.ii.day School 9 :30 a. m ; Christian Kn
deavor 7 p. m. Itev. Jamca K. Children,
Salem. Cor. 4th Aveiue, North and Bu
ihar.an St. Sunday servicta 11 a. m. ana
S p. m : Sunday School 9 :'ol) a. m. Chris
tian Kndeavor 7 n. m. : class meeting Thurs
day nlglit: prayer noting Tuesday night
Kev. A. vinitwortn, ranor
Scovel St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Serv
ices 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school
9 :30 a. m. ; Christian Endevaor 7 p. ni. ;
Class Meeting Thursday night; Uev. W. A.
lyneB Chapel. Cur. 7th snd Winter BU.
Si,nriii services 11 a. ni. and 8 D. in. i
Sunday scbool 9:30 a. m. ; Christian En
deaoi 7 p. tn. ; class a,tcting Thursday
night; prayer meeting Tuesday nlglit. uev.
j, r.. joiiubou. ii, l)., rdiior.
St. James, Mooretorrn. Sunday aervlceb
11 a m. and 8 p. m. ; uuday School 9:30
a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. ,Rv.
O. I. Jackson, Pastor V
St. John Church. Corner 8th Ave., K.
and Cedar St. Rev. J. M. Smith, Pastor.
SunCay School 9:80 a. m. ; preaching 11
a. in. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. E. League 7 p.
in.; cluss meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. m.
bt. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., B. and
Franklin St Rev. H. L. Jones, Pastor.
Sunday School :0 a. m. J service! 11 -
The Auxiliary of the Fifteenth Ave
nue Baptist Church was in its regular
meeting at the residence of Mrs. An
nie Mae Olden, .'112 Thirteenth avenue,
North. The meeting was opened
with song and prayer by the presi
dent. Scripture lesson was rend by
the members. Afterwards the presi
dent made a brief discussion of busi
ness to the auxiliary. Quotations and
dues were next in order. The pro
gram committee and social committee
made their arrangements for the
Tacky Party to be given by the aux
iliary. About fifteen were present
and several visitors. Rev. Porter
made a short talk. After all business
was carried out, the meeting was
closed with prayer by Rev. Moore.
The hostess, Mrs. Olden, with the as
sistance of her mother, Mrs. Smith,
and sister, Miss Louise Smith, served
the auxiliary to an ice course.
THE GALEDAS OF PLEASANT
GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galedas of Pleasant Green Bap
tist Church were delightfully enter
tained Sunday at Sycamore Grove,
the country home of .Mr. and Mrs.
Toney Carney, ten miles on the
White's Creek pike. The weather
was ideal. The jolly class met at
the home of the vico president, Mrs.
D. A. Washington, where they board
ed the large motor truck and five pas
senger Ford of Mr. Washington's,
which soon brought them to their
stopping place. On arriving they wei-8
cordially met and welcomed by Mr.
and Mrs. Carney. Immediately they
were seen scampering through the
trees and bushes, with sacks, buckets
and backets, to gather nuts which
were Innumerable. Quite a jolly
time was had gathering nuts until
about three o'clock, when the hostess
gave a yell and everyone knew it
MT. NEB0 EAPTT SUNDAY
Tho service was grand. Tho Sun
day school was large as usual the
Superintendent, Rev. E. L. Cleggett
is doing a great work. He has cer
tainly put new life into the Sunday
school. The school Is now getting
ready for their Christmas exercise.
Rev. E. L. Cleggett, a prominent
young minister and superintendent
of Mt. Nebo Baptist Sunday school
was united in marriage to Miss M. F.
Harris of Nashville, October 18,
1917. Miss Harris is a popular
young lady and a leader in the choir
at St. Phillips A. M. E. Church.
The marriage took place at the home
of the brother of Miss Harris, 2838
West Hill St. There was quite a
number of friends present. A large
number of. valuable presents were
given to the couple.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Last Sunday was the last Sunday
in the conference year before con
ference. The members enjoyed a
lovely day together. Our worthy
pastor delivered two strong sermons.
At 11 o'clock he preached from the
23rd Psalm and at 8 p. m. his sub
ject, "Except ye abide in the ship ye
can't be saved, Acts 67:26. At 3 p.
m. the program was well rendered
by the visiting ministers and con
gregations. Be it known that Novem
ber 4 Is Go to Sunday Cchool Day.
The Methodist Sunday School Al
liance Is offering a prize to the
school in the city who has the largest
attendance on that day and of course
Bethel must win. Keep that in mind,
our worthy pastor goes up to the
conference this week and certainly
METOKiA CLASS PLEASANT GUE'l-N
The Metoka Class met at the resi
dence of Mr. James Harwell Wednes
day night, at 7:3i. The meeting
was called to order by tlio acting
tmUi,i..nt Prayer was offered by
Bro .1. G. Marshall. After the.nieeT.
ingwas well under -way, Rev. J. C.
Fields, toaichor of the (class, gave
some very encouraging remarks. We
also reviewed the lesson. "Encourag
ing tho Builders of the Temple."
Haggai 1st chapter, ana
1st chapter. Those ipretent were
Rev. J. C. Fields, W. R. Rucker, Jas.
Harwell, Moses Reeves, Early Mar
shall, J. Baugh, T. J. Marshall, .
D. Black, and J. Q. Marshall.
The club adjourned to meet with
Mr. Moses Reeves, 1533 14th avenue,
N., November 21, 1017, at 7:30 o;-clock.
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Mrs. Mary Ashby. Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Smith of Lynchburg were the
guests of Mrs. Ashby also Sunday.
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Dm Dot grrpe or dMtnrb Btotuadi. 10c.
iMisa Bettie Phelps has been visit
ing Miss Nannie Reese at Boonevilli
the past week. Rev. W. T. Denny at
tended the A. M. E. Annual Confer
ono iiwt wpftk at Chattanooga, Mrs.
Ida C. La.praide, R. G. M. of O. E. . I jn America.
NOW IN THE CITY.
The Virgil 'Leartes Meyers Direc
tory Traveling Company is now at
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HISHYILLE. :: TENS
of the state of Tennessee, made a
pleasant visit to our totwn and maae
a grand lecture at the Rising Sun
Chapter No. 30, Friday, October 18.
While here she was the guest oi an.
and Mrs. G. WJ. Whitaker. Mrs. La
prade was also entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reese
with a six o'clock dlnmer. Those
who dined with .Mrs. Lmprade were
Mr. Reese, the host, Mrs. Omega
Denny. Mti G. W. Whisker and
Rev. O. T. Word, 'ine guests up
carted with the expression of having
one deligntful time. The infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. Effrage Reese
of Flat Creek, departed this life and
mas buried at Mulberry Cemetery
Friday, 19th Inst. Mss Bettie
tm,n.ir,ci lo 111 nnrl Hiifferinc from 1&-
we shall send him up with full re- ftt th,g wrlting. Mrs. Sallie
norts. Our pastor has labored hard ; ?. 1 ' , T,flf mm, onri fnth-
The stay for this city is until De
cember 31. 1917.
(We toivite all to call around anr"
see us while we are here.
ports. Our pastor
cnurcn. we nigniy aiipreuinia , - j M willln Dick.
i, o.i k fr hi return we ! zard Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. wnue dick-
this year anu nas given M, wnnpr olf Chattanoo-
to the interest and welfare oi '. M . mm Grlz.
the church. We highly appreciate , a-, V. wiiiio nick.
iTrpeThim1' anoth. teWe ey of Fayetteville , up Sunday to
.u. r mt.- ....mi.. i oi..,o ,,!. see Mts. Clara Wlhltaker Who is yet
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