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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
OariataJaa Baptist Caerca, W. Naetmile,
fee. r. luinr, FuMr, Bit. S. , tana
KlBSIOpUtY sUFTUT CatTBCBBl.
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Out, D. IX, rMtr. . a arise frer BMt-
aeaj leeee! tO ft. av; er -we,
li a. b. see S:M a. as.; Cm
faiea ere is Seafc. : a. as. ;
rarsr aa Taecae ' asattac TeeeAaj
ivkt; PrMki( nanta? urtt "-
peatiaaa, Cerea CUrk. . P. Bator, Karl
aa-ae Area Baalist dank, 117
Eajra At Ink; aekMi a. av: Barr
Im 11 :M a. a. u4 IM a.; Praer
aeettac Faereaai Bijkt; Taa tsars' aiavl
tojMlAigkt. Mr. Mettle triawrf,
rim BaatM Ckireh, But NaaaviUe,
fa; W. B. BUlailoa, Putar. Seadaj acbeel
! a,i araacklBC 11 :o a. . aad
a as. ; pmj ajeettaf Wedaeeday
Ot; Caalr rehearsal Thursday Mailt;
Mrt Meet f frlday alb.t A. W. rite,
a. n. SuatUja; coamuolta senlcee t'ery
ant auaaaj. mo putar.
Zloa Baatts Hast Hash Tills, Saadaj
Miooi I M a. bl: oreaetolat: 11 a. . amd
8 p. bl Sundays; eoamuolta eervicee srary
arm Saauay. Kct. joeeso. a.eii, raster;
Prof. A. A. Bennett, Supt. Bnaday School.
rraa Stiver Plaa kUaatoa, Soaday achool
at 9 :S a. m. ; preacaa; II L u and
8 .10 d. bi. Susdara : cosamualtn eerrlcea
eTery Suit Soaday. Est. Ju C. Haynee,
castor: Mr. 11. Clay at cHeary. Bum Bub-
Waat MashTlUe, Sunday acheol 1:80 a.
: Draacnia 11 a. m. and A n m Tuea-
da; Bifkt prayer acrTloaa, Wednesday aialil
pnmcuuic; cosmmuaiai Mr Tina trery oret
Sunday. R . I. C. Bkarraa, Pastor; Mr.
ii. H. WlUiama, SupartBtendeat Soaday
PllcrtBt BssanueL Bimday School B :
a. m. , preacaing 11 a. a. aad 8 :8U p. n.
ouuuay. jars, j. n. errant aupennienaeai
Sundaj Bckool. KaT. A. PkllUpa, faster.
Borrr WlUlaaa Ualfermlty Caatpua. Bok
4ay School :8u i a U, I. P, U, 7 p. a,;
Ur. A. M. Tewnaand, Praatdeat; Bav J. U.
Brana, I ma.
A. at. E. eiON
BlUa Chapel Church. Cor. Uwta and Bbort
Soadaj Bckool B a. m. Pnacblns 11 a. .
p. m. Buadaya. KtJ. E. W. U1U. Paator.
Woa Ckarck Sunday Bchool, Uawartoo
Areaua, Bar rtftn Sunday aarrlcM 11 ,
n. aad I UN b. at.
claaa mutiag Tharadaj aUht: Stardaa
aiaatma trmrj i-oaaoaj 1 p. ; cbolr ra
fecaraal Friday nlKht
BC PkllUoa. ML Nrka. ITnul. Hna.
day BM-rtrw 11 a. at. aad I a; tna
day arkul M a. bl ; Chnauaa knda-
or i a. aw ; ciaaa aiavtlnx Tharadaj sight.
Kt. U. U Spaara. laator.
8C Pttar A. kL B. Okarck. 4 biIIm aa
tha Whlta Crark Plka Sunday School to
a. m. ; praachlng 11:30 I. aa. ; AUra
Ohrlatian Kndator I a; praacblu
p. a. Rar. Jaaiea U Martin. Paator.
Plat Hock. Sunday aervlcea II l u
and 8 p. a. ; Sunday School 9 :St a. a. ;
claaa aaating Friday nlfbt
Ilooaea of Worahln or the Ttiioni iwnoal-
aatloaa la Greatfr Naahrllle, glflnit the
location of tue ennreb with the hour or
aerTlcea aa handed in to church Editor ot
The Naahvtlle Uloba. See that jour cburrb
and the name ot your l"ator aireara la
tnia in rectory call tna cnurcn Editor.
RylTta St. Baptist Church. Cor. th Bt
and Shv'by Are. Sunday Bchool B :8U a. a.
to 1U :r a. m. ; Uovotlon and aeraon t
ry Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1 :O0 p. a. : B T.
P. V. 7:00 p. a. to 8:00 p. m. lerotloD
and aermon 8:00 p. m. to 8 :30 p. m. Com
aiunlon each flrat Sunday S :00 p. a.
Teachera' Meeting 7 :30 p. m. to 8 80 p.
m. Prayer aeetlng 8:30 p. a. to 9 SO p. a.
Rev. J. R.RTana, A. M., l"tor. Mr. Bar
bert Cunningham. Bac
MT. ZION BAPTIST C11TRCH,
J. A. TURNER, Supt.
Hal raaUr, MS Jtlri Araao ff
day aarrKwi it M a. bl Her. W
area Baretat Cknreh, Ret. Wa.
Paster. Beadar ckao 0 : a. a. ;
dl 11 :M a. a. and 8 :oa B.
a taa Tkaraday alfkt Prarar MeeUag
'J mm. f. x. nrawB, Laurck Clara.
wt Tafcry, alk Aranua Basttat
OaaraB, BU Atb., ftaatk. Bar. E. wTfikw
na, D. D, Paatar. Sarrlea Banday 11 :U
aad B:M b. bx: Snaday Bckoal 8 :80
a. a. ; ekatr rekearaal harada; Blgkt, Mar
aaal Tkiaaaia, 8 apt
BBaiMM BkMattat Ckarek, 184 Beata
ft "''aa, D. IX. Paaaar. Saaday
Baaaal a :; earTteee naday 11 : a.
.-I-r. ' :M ada7.Tackr' at-! PBLVTOOtSTaXi CHUBCHBS.
7?,J., .. ' 7 . PtVar ! Uouawaa. Bua Twalftk Araaaa, M,
rr- L ,r'f laaroa at a. a, ana 1 p. B.
TSSr arary let kaadar
"., ?-. A W Mmrm Bait C.rL ?
-7x.'t,- JZ "
una. do rj i ! i ati, t.
Baaaaa Ba t: Btaeaaa Coraar Da-
J' !! t:if a. a. ; aarrleaa
k aad B:BB p. bv Baadaya; prayer
Saatla TaaB aagMk; atmoklag Tkure
V alaBai aauaaalta aailtea rrery Brat
Baa Bar. Bar. u. B. Tkykar, O. D., Paator:
Btfca Flwaam Baraett, Bapatataadaat Bna
ar SckaaL klra. r. B. BarBar, Bast.
aa tt a, aad Ara, S. aa. KoUnanila
An Easy Way
To Reduce Flesh
Drink Hot Water and
BBa a ' aa, -- .
a a. m. aad 8 : p. a. Bar. 1. )t. Taaatuil,
" afi auraniifii,
BUder J. U. Itaaaat. Itar t--kath
Bokaat (satarday) at :4a a. ra. ; praacn
lng M 11:16 a. a; praaUilag aarr
icaa art Suadaj aTteiug at b
o'clock, pracaaded by aang kitwl tJJa
trlaal aakjeeta ara dtacaa-ed at Ula3iaj ,
aaary aaeting every tourtb Mjalu
at 11 :1 a. a.; prayer aieetuig redana
ayia at i :a followed by choir ptae-
. ara welcome.
ft. Paaar. kUara a Mca, B-pt
Mt. Make, H. W. aaakvtUa, Buday aabeal
mm a. a: an laaa 11 a. a. aad B:k0
fr BaaaWr; eaauaaaHa at mew avary
lfr- H. A. Alfrad. Paatar, Mr.
I-OawaU, BaaarLiaaadmt Baadai BckaeL
nearew aaavai t-Bartk, Bar. Waab SI-
Howatl Cwugraa(1iDal Charan, 8-Hb
Avanaa B. Bear Churck. Barvlcaa Uunday
11 a. a. and a p. m. ; sunda Svkool W .00
a. a. ; coagaanloa evary lat Suuday 11
. , praer awung -eaanalay uigut.
M laa fraacee Banu, Ckursk Cleta. 1'. a.
wni im iin,M u&v v I .... ..
tkaaia. p. ' -"-. iUirerattJ Caiie. Freacli
i U ' . . . i ...vw 1,II,W1 BY DUU
a7lf SaV- e-".' . i M. C. A. aad C. K, el
11 bTujTm . ,.'. i. 1D' " " lBl' nil-day Scliuoi
a.aid.a RM Bur- P- UU. Paator; . A. lie
traelA STdav Brtltl a no . . , PreaiOent, Uv. ti. W. Morrow,
k-aalla" a?J i . ! lxa ; J T. fairchlld. 'Irea-urL-r.
htsertateadaat Baa, Sr.-oV i" L- 6
ltortk Sixth fltnat, aaat Nashville, Bun
te ScUaal B:8 a. a; aervlc 11 a. m
a 8 p. a. Baaa-ya; LaauRloa every
tat Bnaday. Bav. Joaaph Taaatall, I'aator.
BX W. BtewarC etapt,
oak aty. Sunday School 8 :H0 ; ierrlei
ml a. m. aad 8 p. a. Buadavi; prayer
nBMatlkg Taraday a Igh ti ; preaching Thura
Wgkta Kav. A. W. Wtiaon, 1'antor.
f-wklaa St, Boadoy Bchool 0 :() a. ra. ;
aarrleaa U a. a. a art s p. a. Sunday:
aTaaly aee-nga Wadaeaday and 1'rldiiy.
oanunloa aarrteea every flrat SnnJay. Ket.
J. C. iMrvtlaa Paame u (thmit
aea. Bad f Niil..nviiio Pit
MBdar Sahaol t :tt k. a. : preaching aerv
"ll k. at aad 8 p. a. ; Rev. F. B. Swift,
raaur, 111 J a Jahaaoa Avenue. O. Owenii,
"CumkerUiad Tall.y BartJ.t Church, Bun
ajp Bckeai :! a. a.: preaching eervlcee
II a. a. aad 8 p. a. Ear. Iioac Sherman,
" Street. Suaday achool v-
a. a.: areachlna 11 a. a. and a mil J kt 8 a
Bt at Buadaya: eoaaaalt- aervlcea every lat Phi llpa C
anday Rev. N. T. Btaaera Pau-r iJ. I School ;S
. Baekakaa. ' Claaa
kit. Andrew ITeabyterlan Church. Cot.
Stb Are. and Uay aleret. Her. a. Jackaon.
Uiuuter. I'eitptioae AL Jsjo. euniia
ackoul V:3u a. ui.; aervlcea o :3U a. ui..
11 a. a. and ti:au; ThuratUiy 7 ..tu . cuun
rehaaraal luuetluy uuil Saturday e"eulu..
Cburck open dally.
Tha Church of the Uvlug (led. 64 4th
Ave., S. iC. YY. K. 4T. Hev. W. KL Uowcn,
Paator. Sunday School V a m. ; aarvicca
11 a. in. ami 7 :3U p. m. ; TuuraOay S p.
to. ; Willing Workera Club Tuesuay 8 p.
a. ; l-iliea tj. s. Club Tuursday 4 Mil p.
, i. i . r, i.iua Bunoay t :au i. ai,
COLORBD MBTUODIST EPISCOPAL
Lane laberaacla, Spring St. Sunday
School 8 :8U a. m. : oreacniue 1 1 a ui.
and B p. m, Bpworth League meeting at
, prayer neeiing every yv tHinea-cloek.
uapel, 8 WJiarf Ave. Sunday
a. m. : C. 10. Leanue 7 D. m. :
meetlBa Tueadav nluht: lilbla Claaa
Capers Chapel, Church St. Preaching at
11 a. m. aad 0 p. m. ; Sunday School u :U0
a. m.; C. U. League T p. m. ; Tuesday nli;Ut,
claaa aaeting; Wedkeaday t p. a., Bible
Church of the Holy Trinity, Bwlng
Avenue and Sutb Avenue s. The liev.
KJacr 11. II. Wright, Priest lu Cuurge.
Ceiebintim uud Iloijr EucliarUt aud scr
mou 1 1 a. ui. ; Sunday school U :M) a. m.
hveniug soui; und Sci-iuon 8 p. m. A church
with welcome to all.
1 irk Memorial. 3u8 i-ruriklln St. fan
day School V :3U a. m.; Sunday aervlcea
1 1 a. a. Hud 7 :a0 p. m. Itov. W. 11. Steph
ens, Pastor. Mr. K. T. Green, ClerU ; Pl ot
1. II. liardiuan, Superlntendeut of Sun
llroden Chnpel. 705 Georgia Street, S'jq
day services 1 la. in. nud 7 :3U p. tu. llev.
W. K. Mitchell. Pustor.
lioidon ('Impel, llcrninn St., near Pros
pect. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :BU
p. b. Hev. J. W. Snttertield, Pastor.
Hubbard's Chapel. Trimble S. W. Cor.
E Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :Su
S. ai. Kev. J. P. Price. L. U, Pastor. Vlf.
laytleld, Superintendent of Sunday school.
Seey's Chapel. Ureen street, cor. fair
Held. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 ..'M
p m. Kev. 1). T. Ilurch, I. D., Paator.
Eleventh Avenue M. K. Church. Serv
lnch, Bapt ior. ue... ,ceH 1; a m and g ( m . Slluday 8cBOol
Fifteenth Avanua RniB nh...i. V A5 H. M. Struyhorue, Pastor.
th Ava, N. Rv. a. to. Porter Pulnr ! Thompson Chunel. Wulden fnlversuj
vnuiiun, ntiuuuj Ji nuui n .(in (i. IU
PLEASANT GREEN BAPT. CHURCH
AND SUNDAY SCHOOL DRAWN
ON BY. U. S. GOVERNMENT .
Pleasant Green Church and Sunday
school has given two ot her sons In
the person ot Messrs John Q. Marshall
and William Deadrick, they were de
voted sons, brothers, co-laborers and
last but not least, Christian breth
ren, they had spent their time, means
and exerted their energies In the up
building ot God's cause. So many
have gone to training camhp and did
not possess these noble traits and God
Almighty is looking at them and He
will be merciful to them accordingly,
then since these things are true why
should we" tear since he la always near.
Our departing Christian friends were
encouraged to be solid, obedient, live
ly, dutiful, enduring and to be ever
ready at the command,
The Sunday school had a grand
reception tor them at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Urban R. Rucker.
Patriotic songs were sung, prayers
wxre offered and all kinds of en
couraging remarks. The program was
Song All hail the power of Jesus
Invocation Rev. McAdoo.
Song "America" Audience.
Resolutions from chior Rev. J. C.
Resolutions from church Deacon
Song "God will take care of ynu.
Closing song "God be with you till
we meet again."
Master ot Ceremonies, Henry Black.
All ot the deacons were present and
had very timely talks, the best thing
of all, an old soldier was in our mi 1st,
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 In 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 ot 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 ot 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
Potter. The Benevolent Society of
West Nashville, No. 199, turned out
with us. Very helping remarks were
made by the president, Rev. Webb.
They contributed liberally to collection.
deacon board by Mr. S. L. Ferguson,
on behalf ot the choir by Mr. Walter
Hadley. Resolutions were read by
rent Society ot which she was a mem
the secretary on behalf of the Benevo-
At 3 p. m., the Llghttoot Lodge No.
17 of K. ot P'b. celebrated their 16th
anniversary. The Thanksgiving ser
mon was preached by Dr. W. S. Elling
ton, who was at his best. Hiatext
was found in Ex. 14:15, "And the
Lord said unto Moses, wherefore crlest
thou unto me? Speak to the children
of Israel that they go forward." Dr.
Ellington Is a gospel minister a pulpit
orator, and a noble Bible scholar.
At 8 p. m., we were blest with the
presence of Dr. J. F. Thomas, again,
and he spoke to us from the 3th
chapter ot Acts and the iSth verse.
He pictured Paul's life so beautifully,
and impressed the mlnd3 ot his hear
ers witb the bold character of this
great apostle in prea.'hlau God's
word and living a consooratod life.
Dr. Thomas is an able divine, and the
popular pastor ot the Ebenezer Bap
tist Church ot Chicago, 111.
He has blessed his race with more
than 50 years of service In the min
isterial field. The baptists all over
America should honor a man with
such a noble record, who is still active
in preaching the gospel of Christ in all
its fulness and with all its love, in
order that man might accept the plan
of salvation and be saved.
7-71 THE STAR HAIR GROWlR
2 J WONDERFUL HAIR DHESSINS aaJ GEO WEB
V.- ,V One thousand aeanta waatad. Good aoaay mad.
I v Want agents In avary city and vintage 10 sell TBB
'H STAB HAIB GMOWK8. Thla a a woooerrul prepaaa
f Tf lion. Can be used wikh or w-ttboul straightening b-obb.
I rk' sella for 'l&e par boi-ooe ff box will prove la valaa.
I V Any person who will uae a 'lbs box will be outivlnoed.
No ruattt-r what has mliart to grow your hair Joat grva
a TUB STAR HAIBGHOWVR atrial and 70a wfll b eoa-
I A vlueed Send Ac for foil alsad boa. If you wlak to beaa
I I agent sand 1100 and wa will aeod yo a fall ewppl?
1 x that you can bavin work at onca: alaa kgaat'a tar an.
t .1 Send all nionay bv Monev Order to
i The Star Hair Grower Mfr,
l ,y B kia BraaeH Baa all
W Qraaaakeaa, M, a.
i fa ana fat tha Snutk fat kar trxjia evl"t
aU wiita tha Sr Bah- QroMS W(t. 9 11 IU lMlthra.
Y. M. C. A. SONG SERVICE.
The Association will conducta song
service Sunday afternoon from four
to five o'clock in the main auditorium
of the "Y." Mr. E. P. Bond who has
been directing the congregational
singing for several years, is working
up a good program for Sunday. Mr.
D. W. Reed, from Omaha, Nebraska,
who has been attendance at the Mid
dle Tennessee A. M. E. Conference,
GALEDA CLASS 15th AVE BAPTIST
The Galeda class met last Wednes
day night at the church. At 8 : 30 1 who has an established reputation as
the President opened the meeting a musician, will render several se
with about 15 present. After eongf j lections.
and prayer, the teacher took charge 1 iIr- . L. Davis will render a violin
of the class. The lesson which was , anln nthnr nnmhers will be render-
very interesting was very beautifully ed ,by persons whose consent has not
discussed oy me leacter uuu uiu.uiyet been 8ecure,i wiu no doubt give
good was derived from it. Next in ! assistance
order was quotation and dues to which
the class In Its usual manner respond
Mr. Noah W. Cooper delivered a
timely address Sunday on "Prayer
Tba Bt Jeka Baptist Cbarch, Pearl street
Betweea 11th aad UUi avennee. Saaday
Beheal at I II Preaching at 11 a. bv aad
' ' ateetlag every Bret Sun
ay airtt. Praysr meeting every Tuesday
Ma-bt Taaafcsear aievtlag, Wednesday Blglit.
Preaching winy Tliursday night. Bav. W.
H. WaiHakar, Paator.
Anlck, ilea Archer Street. Sunday
Wool :BB a. a. ; preaching cervices 11
1 . Sundays. Ilcv. U. W.
ience is the best teacher, and he wants
to go again, Deacon McAdoo.
Supt. Marshall told our soldiers to
go Into this affair as privates, but as
certain the. heights of soldiery. Dea
con Graves told them to go ahead and
trust God and he would bring them
out more than conquerer. Our
audience was so large and so many en
couraging things said that the Press
authorities will not allow me to say
as I would like. I wish I could repeat,
all that was said by every one, I
must not omit what Sister Long said,
Once a soldier was leaving home and
his mother put a testament into her
son's pocket over his heart and In the
heat of battle a bullet struck the book
and in that instance his Ufa was pre
served. Our boys carried their Bibles
so they could study at leisure hours.
Mr. John Quency Marshall and Mr.
William Dcaderick were presented
with three boxes of cigars by the
members arid friends of tho reception.
ed very liberally. This meeting wasl .
set aparft as the winding up of the p, W. Reed,
SSTaJSr anthal r$. Knrs a 8010 wh,ch
eelvcd a neat sum from our Papers. was highly pleasing.
Other business was discussed lnclud-1 uD,BnP F. L of the A. M. E
ing a few remarks from the teacher, . Church, who has been conducting he
Rev. A. W. Porter, after which the conference .here, was present at the
meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. j meeting ami spuho mieuy.
Elvira Moore next Wednesday nignt. !
! DEATH OF LITTLE TEOMAS LEE
TACKY PARTY j BOLDEN.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the loth ; .
Ave Baptist church ga a lay j( -, Lee -olden took lts
rartv on Oct. l!atli. Ihe progiam con ... . . , e (,,n c.,a.irA-
sistcd of songs and recitations, lne ..RfrPr hhIp children to
come unto me and forbid them not,
is the kingdom ot
LEARN TO GROW HAIR
Earn Ten to Twenty-five Dollars Weekly
We will teach you by mall THE GLORY SYSTEM OF HAIR
CULTURE an easy to read easy to learn course In Ave lessons
Tells you how to Shampoo how to Straighten Hair All about the
Scalp Maesage Treating Dandruff, Itching Scalp, Etc., In fact, every
thing you need to know to become a gucceasful hairdresser, Simple
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We give you a Complete Outfit Two Solid Brass Stralghtenlnoj
Combs One Alcohol Heater Six Boxee Of The Famous GLORY
HAIR GROWER Three Boxes Of GLORY STRAIGHT-0 Three
Cakei 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. Dept.-IV
2I5I Hu nboldt St. Denver, Colorado
Any time Glory Hair Grower Doesn't Make Good-We Will
. ... ,. . .. i Tni-kv narty was a great success.
u uuucdii iuu, was 111 1110 service vi iuo 1 - . - ,, lo.ii,,., corv. cuii
V. S. for three or more years, exner- Man were "e:,c" ' " "Z. 'a for of such
uu i(!iitMiwi., heaven." He (lied at his home, iuu
to have enjoyed ine mcKy wu.ua u ;.Lew,a stm!t an(, was u ycar8 an(,
they were dressed in some very tacky. oW an(, wag the youngest
costumes. There was a pr re given ;chW of Rey Q R BoWon
to the lady dressed the tackiets. irs. Nevcr waB tnore a sweeter flower in
Emma Smith won tne isi prue. . famliv warden, destined only to
we an naa ,,,., f, thn unifi
UlUll II 1UI U X-VV JlJll'U wla a.vav
Silvia Furgestion 2nd.
a very good time. Admission was Tnomas Lee He Angered only a
an old rubber shoe or 5 cents. The sllort while anu bore n(a tnness with
rubbers were sow lor me ueoeut u. patierice. on Friday before he died
ri t Btraat Baptist Cbarea, .Nar First 1
m V. 11 a. m. snd H i.
. fJrat Bapt, Brenlwood, Sumlsv Sohlol
9M a. ; ok area aarvlces 11 a. m. and
p. bi. Ma raster.
Arraa Baptist Canrefc,
tlr, fastar. Katta Schooi u :0 a '. ;
arv leas 11 a. m. aad 7 ;o p. bj. u W
"""i.Pr,' MeaUng TSi4y n'iglit.
rrwiphln, Ttmmrtnv nlgUt. C'vuiunlon tv
a tnt BaaBar BlftL
i BotawaU haptlat ..aarcn, Rti. j. u, ma-wi-Lto,A
D- yrfln, Supt
bmLS. H1" 10" wU si"t. Sand'
anaai t:g ; prechlBe aorvlccs 11
k S ?' BT' Holdeu, I'aator.
CHURCH CLUB WORK.
The Church Club Work is being
effectively conducted in the Mt. Zlon
Baptist Church on Jefferson atreot
Especially the Pastors Club which is
conducted by Rev. W. B. Burns one of
the young ministers ot the church.
Rev J A. Brown the pastor is well
pleased with the work done by his
club. This Is the amount of money
raised by each member during the last
rally, Oct. 14. 1917,
Rev J. A. Brown .
Rev. W. B. Burns
JIT OLIVE BAPTIST SUNDAY Mrs. Wary KarKer
SCHOOL. I Mr. Oliver Uumpass
I . . m n.ll..
Guroflnnnlnnt- P-ilrop nnnnail Cnn. I .ir. 1. Utl.iJ'
aaaa Straat, Suadajr Bcbaol II :30 o. m.
M1- Rv. W. Uaognss, I'aator. Geo.
tenth Avanua Baptist Church,
ATt J1-. "' Porter, rllMlitr.
7 School S:80 a. S3.: srvl.U 11 u
id T .09 p m. ; Thursday nlfc-ht ; priiyur
,TJ?'T 'Ifht; Choir rehenr.-sal,
17 night. W. O. Moore, 8upL
Soadaj School s :30 a
bl bbq 7 :bo p
a J "n,1 Baptist Church, B.Ki Urn
i-i. jury. j. I. flam nir It li !.........
Baoday School 8:80 a. in.: acrvl.-la 11
. and 8 p aa. ; U. X. P. li. 8 p. iu. ; pn.v. r
eeUng lulsv n!(!ht; Choir r.-tieuiMHi
fAaradar nlBlit E. g. Shuttle. Supt.
aVlMBHUt (ireea rsuptist Vlmn h, llov ,1
C. Flalda, B. U., I'aator. Sunday Hchool
80 a. di. : servicea 11 a. b. and 8 p. ni.
arayer metln Tuesday nlgiit; TwuIiit
-.'v', h D,ce'on. Church Clerk. T. U
Ma rshall, Supt.
JteNalry Hill, 12th Ave., N. Bundnv
aVool :80. ; praathlnj U a. bi. and
p. bi. ouiHiays. bervlcea twice a week.
St Luke, Iwl Street, Hunday Hchool
9M a. bi. ; preaching 11:89 a. iu. and 8
Lni. Sundays. Pastor Rev. ienry Coving
Bethel Primitive, Sunday Bchool. 9 :3n
B bl; preaching services 11:80 a. m. and
I p. B. Sunday.
Ut. Morlah, 2107 Alameda St. Sunday
Scbooi 8:10 a. m. ; preachlnc 11:80 a. in.
Bad 8 p. m. Banday,
Pleaaant Valley, Edsehlll Btreat Bunds y
BVhool :80 a. m. ; preaching 1 1 :.Ui a. bi.
tad 8 p. bi. Bunday. Kev. W. Wilson, Pastor.
The United PrlBiiUve Baptist, 4-Jnd Ave.,
BL R. r'rtr Alhlnn At M W ,tn. ..li.u.l
'M a.B. ; preaching 11 :So a. m. aud 8
p. ai. b unsays.
Wast Nashville, Suoday Bchool 0:81 a.
Bs.; prsschlnf 11 :80 a. n. and 7 :80 p.
ptaver BieeUag Thursday nl(bt
St. Bll Primitive, The Bible Band meets
eery Bunday evening at 6 :80 o'clock,
amaght By Bister Sybla Henderson. Every
aaa la invited to meet us. The Buaday
Aehooi opens every Bunday morning at
40. Superintendent Kev. B. T. Douglass,
Secretary Syhia Uendereon. Preaching serv
leas 11 :80 a. a. and 8 p. a. every Bunday
Mrning under the auspices of Elder U.
Hopewell Baptist Church, Doaelsoa, Rev.
bV AberBatby, Pastor. Q. Washington, Bupt
aft Lebanon Baptist Church, Brentwood,
- Bav. I. 8. Davis, Pastor. R.B. Bust, Bupt.
CUftoa Avenue Baptist Church, Rev.
. 9oBBBoa Qrahan, Pastor.
6bllob Baptist Church, Rolling Mill Hill.
Bv. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
Veaih Areaue Raptist Church. Rev. H.
ogglns, Pastor. Services 11 a. n. and 8
, p. as. ; Snaday Bchool 8 :45 1. m.
Kt Tlew Baptist Church, Rev. W. V.
. small, Paator. Cleaimle R. Rosa, Bupt.
kit Bethel, East Nashville, Sunday
caool 8:80 a. m. j services 11 a. n. and
' p. bi. BuBdaya; aervlcea Tueadsy aad
I Tharsday alghta. Rev. D. A. Weakley. Pas
tar; sir. W. O. Rsndolpb. Snpt. Hnnday
uuil a. in.; prayer services. 1 p. ni. .sup
di;y ' University services at the Mcliuri j
Auditorium ou the second Sunday ol eui '1
month, 11 a. m. U-v. White. L D., I'lesl
I.ea Avenue ChriBtlsn Church. 709 Lea
Axeiiue. Services ciuiiuuy .1 a. ni. uno fi
p. in hundny Scliool B :.ll a. ui. V ' ru
Pecple's (,'hrlstlan Kiidcuvj Society bJL
day evi'nlug at 7 :0o p. m. Prayer uii etuit.
Wednesday IilKlit. Elder Preston Taylor.
Uay Street Christl-in Cbureh Klde'
J. r'mith, Paator. errl.-ua 11 a. in. and
8 p ui. ; .Sunday School 2:3u; Willing
Workers Club every Tuu-aoay night ; !'
torn Aid Society ive'-y liicluy night. B
i. ( handler, Clerk.
W illow Sireet. S. Hill 8. W. Coraer Klrst
A.cnue. Sunday servuva 7.30 p. ui.
( iircn or Cbriit. Chui.otte aad 4Htn
lit Calvary, East Nashville. Sunday
School 0:88 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
1 ethel. 10th Avenue 8. Sunday service
11 a in. aud 8 p. ni. ; Sunday School 9:80
a. m. ; Christian Endi-avor meeting 7 p.m. ;
class and prayer martin Thursday night.
Kev S. J. Howard, Paitor.
'Innlty A. M. V.. Sunu School 8:80 it
ai. 8 p. m. Rot. W. L Lowcl', Pastor
Fhcnezer, Stones River Turnpike. Suu
day services 11 a. m. aud 8 p. m. ; Sunday
NebH)l 9 .30 a. ra. ; '.brlsiiun Kndeaver 1
n ni flnan mnntinir 'I .miuin v ni.rht n,np.
Ip meetlnr ThiirHXiv .iwiht H U 11.
8t. Luks. First Street W. Nashvlll.
Sunday services 1 1 a. iu. and 8 p. m. ,
Sukday School 9:30 a. 10 : Christian Ko
deavor 7 p. m. Rev. Jaiuet K. Chlldresd,
falem. Cor. 4th Avenue. North and Bu-
disiian St. Sunday services 11 a. m. ana
1 p. m : Hiinaay hcuoo. u .60 a. m. cnris
tian Endeavor 7 p. m. ; class meeting Thurs
day night; prayer meeting Tuesday night
ne. a. vtnuworin, raitor.
Scovel St. 171S Second St. Sundav Serf
Ices 11:80 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school
A :80 a. m. ; Chhetlsn Endevaor 7 p. ao. ;
L'lasa Meeting mursuay night; Kev. W. A.
isynea dispel. Cor. 7t'i and Winter Sfa.
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. is.;
Sunday school 9:80 a. m. ; Christian Kn
deaioi 7 p. m. ; claaa fctftlng Thursday
night; prayer meeting Tuesday night Rev.
J. n. Johnson. D, D., Pabtor.
St. James, Mooretoivn. Sunday services
11 a m. and 8 p. m. , Sunday School 9:40
a. m. ; Chrlatlnn Endeavor 7 p. 01. Rev.
U. I. jaekaon, Pastor
St. John Church. Corner 8th Ave., M.
and Cedar St. Rev. J. M. Smith, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:80 a. as.; preaching 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. B. League 7 P-
b. ; class meeting Tuesday evening 8 p. m.
bt. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., B. and
Franklin St Rev. H. L. Jonea, Paator.
Bunnav School 8 :M a. B. : services II s.
m. and 7 :S0 p. m. ; A. C. T. League 8 :80
p. B.; Trnstee Board lat Monday night;
day school on time Sunday morning
and a large number of the teachers
responded to their name at roll call.
Several distinguished visitors were
present among them being Rev. J.
W. Thomas ot Chicago, 111., who was
in the city to nttend the funeral ser
vices over the remains of Mother Nel
son G. Merry. These visitors were
presented, to the school. The lesson
was very interestingly taught. After
the usual routine th etollowing pro
gram was rendered:
Lesson Story Little Miss Bessie
Instrumental Solo by Mr. Robert
Roache of Georgetown British Guian-
Review of the lesson Rev. H. A.
Mr. Boyd also made an appeal for
a contribution to the Soldier's Lunch
Fund in behalf of Mrs. Boyd who was
a member of tho committee having
this work in charge. Deacon Patter
son made a motion that the school al
low the superintendent to contribute.
The motion was put by Mr. L. S. Gray
The Intermediate Department has
an Honor Roll that will prove quite
Interesting. The names of this roll
will he the best conducted pupils in
this department. Other qualifications
will count also. For Sunday the honor
mtpils wore: Ons Tellus, James
Creech, Hael Balcer, Josephine Doug
lass, Irma Porter and Joe Morse. Miss
Marie Boyd's class Grade 15-16 was
tho Banner Class for Sunday having
the largest contribution in the department.
. 3 10
. 2 50
. 6 10
. 4 20
. 3 10
. 1 50
. 5 00
. 4 70
. 4 40
he under went a serious operation at 1
Hubbard Hospital, performed by Dr.
J. H. Hale, who worked so faithfully
to raise the little fellow, but God
saw fit to take him unto himself.
The funeral took place and was large
ly attended at Foster's Chapel Bap
tist Church, on Thursday afternoon,
which was conducted by the Rev. H.
M. Burns, assisted by Rev. J. R.
Without a sob or sigh,
So wearily and trustingly
The darling child saw death ap
proach And laid him down to die.
Mr. A. Cole
Mr. J. B. Cook ... .
Mr. Geo. Crawford
Mrs. Willie Crowder
Mr. Doc Davis
Mr. Geo. Dodson ...
Miss B. Dodson ..
Mrs. W. L. Hughes . .
Mm 'NTannie Dixon .
Mrs. Eliza Smith 9?
Miss Eliza Everett 3u
Mr. Wra. Ellison 4 10
Mrs. B. Ellison J
Miss Christyne Freeman 1 65
Miss Gooch li
'r. Jce Garner
Mrs. Dela Hyde
Mrs. Roxie Hankins ..
Mr. Samuel Jamison ,.
Mr, Alex Kittrell ... .
.Mr. Win. Leftwrich ...
Mr. Edward MoGavock
Mr. Geo. McGavock ..
Mr. J. W. Mayberry .
Mr. Wm, Parker ... .
Mrs. Annie Parker ...
Miss Li?zie McKay . . .
Mrs. Annie Mixon . . .
Mrs Amanda Patterson
Mr. Goo. Stratton 1 20
Miss Gertrude Stratton 1
Mr. Richard Smiley ... 3 10
Mrs. Carrie Smiley 3 00
Mr. Win. Tinsley 2 45
Mrs. Lena Williams .,.,'3 20
Mrs. Annie Washburn 50
Sweet music from the happy world
Fell gently on his ears,
And angels stood with joyous mien
To calm his passing fears.
He followed them across the flood,
They beckoned him away;
And happy spirits welcome
Him to joys of endless day.
The celebration of the leaving ot
nur soldier boys was a great day,
special music furnished the Trenton
Junction High school of which the
, ; ! principal, W. R. Jarrett had cnarge.
1 en I I no court imuoo a ju.....,
2 00 ! looking colored boys answered to their
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EAST
"The Model Home" will be the sub
ject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's dis
course Sunday morning. It will be
the last of a series of three sermons.
These seirnon8 are being well re
ceived "by the 'c'hurch-going people of
Nashville Rnd a great congregation
19 expected Sunday morning. A spe
cial invitation is extended to all
home lovers and home builders.
The church la preparing to cele
brate the second anniversary of the
pastorate of Rev. Ellington with ap
propriate services, the second Sun
day in this month. Rev. S. L. Mc
Dowell, recently from Toronto, Cana
da, but now the "pastor of the First
Baptist Church, Eighth Avenue, N ,
will preach the anniversary sermon
at three p. m., Sunday, November
The church is enjoying an unusual
dogroe of spiritual life and financial
success under the pastorate of Rev.
Mrs. Ella Williams
Mrs. Nancy Degraffenried .
Miss Millie Degraffenried .
Miss Lee Degraffenried ...
Mr. B. Gooch
Mr. Bud Barker
Mr. A. Grisby
Mr. John Biel
Miss Nannie Guild
Miss Annie Pittman
Mrs. H. Jacltson
Mr. Wm. Jackson
Mrs. Artee Dodson
Mrs. Willie Doren
Rev. W. B. Burns.
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Invocation Rev. W. P. Greer.
Instrumental solo Mrs. W. P.
Speech Dr. L. H. Crisp.
Music bv the Blakemon Band.
Dr. L. H. Crisp, Master of Cedomon
les. Speech Hon. Judge Walker.
Solo Guy McGee.
Remarks Master of Ceremonies.
Song. Star Spangled. -Banner
by the school.
2neeeh Prof. W. R. Jarrett.
Music by the band.
Remarks Master of Ceremonies.
Song God be with us till we meet
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Miss M. E. Kent of Knbxville has
been spending a few days at the Fire
side School as the guest of Mrs. M.
H. Flowers. .
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SPRUCE STREET BAPTIST
' CHURCH NOTES.
The Fireside School Training Class
for Christian Workers will hold their
opening sessions this week, the first
on Thursday evening, Nov. 1st at
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Sad and imnressive were the funeral
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