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NASHVILLE -GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 12, 1918.
Mr. Bairy Says He Has Been a
Constant Sufferer Sinci the
m in -
Had Bronchial Trouble and Asthma
Lung Via Gave Relief
"I contracted a cold while In the
Spanish-American, War, and It left me
with a bronchial trouble and asthma.
I hare 'been a constant sufferer ever
alnce, and part of the time 1 could
mot lay down at night," says Mr. J.
J. Barry of 361 Twenty-fifth avenue,
orth, Nashville, Tenn.
"I was taking medicine all' the
ttme," continues iM. Barry, "but
found nothing that would cure me.
Mr. J. A. Wells advised me to try
Lung-Vita. I did so, and want to eay
that this 1b the first winter in twenty
years that I have not 'been bothered
with asthma-and bronchial trouble.
"I can hardly; realize that I am now
without either of these troubles. And
just to think of going through a (win
ter like this without either of these
terrible diseases It great."
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
MISS BOYD IN CLEVELAND, 0.
Miss Francis Boyd, a graduate nurse
relatives and friends in Detroit, and
ef this city who holds the position
as school nurse in Cairo, 111 and who
has been In the city for a few days
visit, left laBt week for Cleveland,
0., where she win post at Western
Reserve University. Before return
ing to her field of duty, she will visit
If', a. nut M
It will mnke your hntr grow 5 to 20 inches
longer and your new hair will be Boft,
fluffy and silky and free from kluks,
anarU or harshness. Stopa dundruff and
Itching scnlp.at once. Plough's Bulr
Pressing feeds the wnlp and roots of the
hnlr and beautifies your hair. Big green
can at Drug Stores or by mall 2.fe
AGENTS if1" j"4 llYM s,,llo plough's
ilUGlllJ HAIR DRESSING, itk lor Spacltl Dul
PLOUGH CHEMICAL COmw
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH '
Sunday, July 7th, Sunday school
opened at the UBual hour, 9:30 a. m.,
wun a gooa attendance. After
morning services the congregation
witnessed the baptism of Ave candi
dates, Rev. H. M. Burns officiating.
At 3:30. p. m., the pastor, Rev? H.
M. Burns, preached to a well filled
house. Text, Cor. 11:24-29. Theme,
The Lord's Guest at the Lord's Table.
After this great and glorious sermon,
the pastor administered the Lord's
Supper. At the evening service Rev.
P. A. Bedford, pastor of Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church, Atlanta, Ga., filled the
pulpit, preaching to a large audience
of members and visitors. Subject of
discourse, "Showers of Progress."
Rev. Bedford held the attention of his
hearers throughout his Splendid dis
course. We were glad to have Rev.
Bedford with us. Hope he will visit
us again. The following delegates
will represent in the State Conven
tion at Clarksville from the church:
Rev. H. M. Burns and Brother Eugene
Crouch.' Sunday school, Mrs. Irene
Peay; B. Y. P. U., Mrs. Bettie Ruck
er. Ladies' Auxiliary, Mrs. Ophelia
Morton and Mrs. Ola Beach.
Monday, July 22, we will-have our
annual "Sunday school picnic at the
beautiful grove'Wooddale. If you Qe
sire a great day of pleasure mixed
with the best of water and all good
things to eat, Join us on that day and
all these things . shall be yours, as
Wooddale is noted for her splendid
water and Tabernacle Baptist Church
it noted for her famous picnics.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. EAST
"Wrecks Along the Highways of
Life" will be the subject of Rev. W.
S. Ellington's discourse Sunday morn
ing. "Truth, its Influence and Pow
er" will be the subject of his sermon
Sunday night. There will be a spec
ial meeting for colored women of
East Nashville, Monday night, July
15th. This meeting will be for
women only. The Sunday school will
have its annual outing at Hadley's
Park, Monday, July 22nd.
ST. AOTBEWS PRESBYTERIAN
Seventh Sunday after Trinity.
Rom. 6:19-23. Mark 8:1-9. .
7 a. m. Services and sermon, sub
ject, "The Hand Writing on the
wall." Vesper service and sermon at
7 p. m., subject, "Christ Feeding the
Four Thousand." Public Invited.
to rejoice. At 4:30 o'clock! we again
met in covenant meeting. The spir
it was hish. Every oue present ceem
ed to enjoy the service. .At 8:30 the
pastor again filled the rostrum, and
gave us another beauuiul text on
our Lord and Saviour's Supper. Our
doors stand open for tne reception
of members. Visitors always welcome.
After all. business the class was dls
missed by repeating the class text.
Mrs. Cheatham, assisted by Miss
Jesse McCarter, served the class to a
very delicious Ice course.
Those present were Mesdames Cor
delia Miller, Elvira Moore, Bessie
Etter, Julia Cheatham, Mattle Brown,
Jennie McGlee, Paralee Hughes,
Laura Russell. Misses Willie Reed,
Jesse McCarter, Laura Brooks and
little Willie C. McGhee.
METHODIST ALLIANCE IN
The training for service classes of
the A. M. E. Publishing House, Cor.
Eight and Lea Avenues, will hold its
monthly meeting, Sunday, June 14th,
at 3:30. Wr. W. H. Shackelford asks
all members to be present. Visitors
are -welcome. Mrs. Christian of
Greensboro, Ala., made an interest
ing talk at the last monthly meeting.
MET0EA AND GALETJA CLASSES
OF MT. NEB0 BAPTIST CHUECH
TO HOLD JOINT MEETING.
The Metoka and Galeda organized
uiDie masses or the Mt. Nebo Ban
tist church will meet in a Joint ses
sion at the home of the treasurer.
Miss Annie Evans on West Herman
Street, Monday night, July 15 at 8:00
o'clock. It is the earnest desire of
the presidents of both classes that all
members meet promptly at the above
stated hour so as to be able to enjoy
a most interesting and entertaining
program prepared by the program
committee as well as arranged for
their annual "Lawn Fete" which
will be given at a very early date.
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE.
BAPTIST CHURCH. "
Galeda Class No. 2 met last Wed
nesday night at the residence of Mrs.
Julia Cheatham, 1624 State street at
8:45 o'clock, the president opened the
mooting with song and prayer. After
roll call and inquiring after absentees;-the
president turned the class
over into the hands of the assistant
teacher, Mrs. Cordelia Miller, who in
her own way taught the class.
Next quotations, ' dues and' other
business. The class was pleased to
have Miss' Viola Guest with them.
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHUECH AND
We had a good Sunday school.
Our Sunday school is growing. We
are building our church larger, which
will cost 2,500 when completed.
Our pastor is doing great work for
us. A missionary. Rev. J. L. Collins,
preached a soul-sttrring sermon in
the morning. He also complimented
our church work and Sunday school.
We had an old time testimonial
meeting by the members of the
church. - A .council to ordain was
called by the church to examine Bro.
J. W. Pitts. The candidate was given
over in the hands of the missionary.
Rev. H. A. Alfred, Rev. T. T. Stone,
Rev. J. L. Collins. Pastor's collec
tion, $78.21. Sunday school collec
Rev. H. A. Alfred, pastor.
E. L. Cleggett, Supt.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY BAPTIST
The Woman's Missionary Baptist
City Union held its quarterly meeting
July 6th at the Third Avenue Baptist
Church, Rev. J. L. Harding, pastor.
Mrs. H. M. Burns, presiding. Mrs.
m. L). jonnson lea the devotional ex
ercises. Prayer by Mrs. R. H. Boyd.
The meeting was well represented
by local auxiliaries and quite a deal
of business was transacted. Among
the many things delegates to repre
sent the City Unoln at tne State
Convention were appointed as fol
lows: Mrs. H. M. Burns, Mrs A. H.
Clarke and Mrs. A. V. Marshall. We
had the pleasure of having with us
Rev. J. L. Harding and Rev. H. M.
Burns. The latter made a very In
teresting and timely talk on behalf of
the Theological and Training Semi
nary. Tabernacle Baptist Church Aux
iliary had the pleasure of receiving
the banner for having the largest
number in attendance at the meeting.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH '
The Sunday school was called to
order by Assistant Superintendent at
9:30 o clock. Prayer by Bro. Henry
B. Haley. The 11 o'clock service
was called to order by our pastor
with song and prayer. Scripture read'
ing 1 Psalm 1-9. The text was found
in Eph. 2:20 and an excellent ser
mon was delivered. In the afternoon
at 3:10 o'clock we assembled in the
front of our church and had our pic
ture made, after which we had an en
joyable sermon preached by our pas
tor and gave the Lord's Supper.
At 6 o'clock the B. Y. P, U. as
sembled. The meeting was called to
order by. tha president. Prayer by
Brother Henry Haley. A talk was
made by Sister Lucile Helera with-a
good attendance. At our 8 o'clock
service we assembled and had a very
good sermon delivered. We spent the
day in serving the Lord.
The sick of our church are Brother
R. L. Hayes, our treasurer; Sister
Okley and Brother John Turner. We
hope- they will Improve.
THIRD AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor's Aid Club met with Deacon
Joe Buckham, Sr., 2716 and 2718
Jefferson Street. The meeting was
opened with Scripture reading by
Rev. Richardson, 55th Psalm. Song
by the club led by Mrs. Julia E. Por
ter, "My Country 'TIs of Thee."
After adjournment of the evening I Prayer by Brother Joe Buchanan, Jr.
is the first of the series of district
conferences to be held this summer;
by the presiding elder districts of this
annual conference of the A. M. E.)
church in the state. Quite a large:
delegation left the city Wednesday
morning, representing every church
in the city of this district A number
of visitors also are In attendance.
Dr. J. A. Jones. It will be remember
ed has been recently recalled to the
presidency of Turner College, which
station he is expected to fill as soon
as he can close out certain work on
his district, which had been planned
prior to his election. He spent a few
days last week in Shelbyville in the
Interest of the college. The district
conference at Rlddleton will close
The nurse's home Is beinb remodeled
and enlarged. It presents an attrac
tive appearance and will accomodate
all the nurses .
Dr. Wallace D. D. D., has passed
the Okla. Dental Board and will lo
cate at Okmulgee, and be associated
with Dr. A. U. Carpenter.
W. O. McGill, D. D. S., passed the
S. C, Board with an average of 98.
He is now enjoying a much needed
rest before he locates.
J. W. Johnson, D. D. S., passed the
Tennessee Dental Board and is now
doing service at Camp Funston.
Of the dental class of 1918, thirty
took examinations in the several
states and twenty-nine registered as
Tennessee 21; Georgia, 2; Florida,
1; Oklahoma, 1; Illinois, 3; South
We know that 110 Medical gradu
ates, 14 dental graduates, 9 pharma
ceutical graduates and 6 nurses of Me-
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HILLS TABERNACLE BAPTIST
Rev. Z. W. Hill filled the pulpit
Sunday night and preached a wonder
ful sermon. All were made to re
joice. The Bible Band is progressing
nicely and the different clubs are
busy working, Tuesday night, prach
lng by our young preacher. Wednes
day night, Rev. Hill at the jjt. John
A. M. E. Church of which Rev. Smith
is- pastor. Friday night, prayer
session, a committee of ladles escort
ed the members of the Union to a
well laden table filled with all kinds
of delicious eatables. That this com
mittee did not work In vain was
proven by the damage , done when
the guests had departed. We extend
the pastor and members a hearty vote
of thanks for their hospitality.
At 8:30 p. m., opened with song.
Scripture reading by Rev. White, who,
after reading Matt. 1:10, offered
prayer. Song by the Third Avenue
Baptist Church Choir. Recitation by
Cordelia Floyd. Duet, Mr. and Mrs.
Blair. Sermon by Rev. Richard Mor
ton. Text, Acts 1:8. Solo. Madam
Rose. Prayer by Rev. W. H. Whitta
ker. A donation of six towels was
sent in from the Mt. Zlon Baptist
Church Auxiliary, Mrs. Morton, presi
dent, for the Theological and Train
Mrs. H. M. BURNS. Pres.
MiRS. A. V. 'MARSHALL, Cor. Sec.
-ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
There was a glorious meeting at
the 'St. John Baptist Church on last
Sunday. Our worthy pastor, Rev. W.
H. Whittaker, was at his post and
was seemingly in great wpiritnal trim,
and was able to deliver two wonder
ful sermons. fAt 11 o'clock he took
for his text Acts IB: 30 "Sirs, what
must I do to be saved?" He illus
trated the text both spiritually and
intellectually, our hearts were made
Mr. Sterling Webb made a very in
teresting talk on Patriotism, paper
by Miss Mattie Shutte, Subject "Why
we love the president of our Pastor's
Aid. Duet by Miss Georgia Robert
son and Miss Daisy King, subject,
"Prayer of our Country." Adress on
Patriotism by Mr. Jodie Shutte. After
which Bible Quotations were said and
weekly dues paid. A neat sum was
turned over to the pastor, Rev. J. L.
Harding. A social hour at the resi
dence of Deacon John Batson, closed
the meeting. A four course menu
was served. The house was beauti
fully decorated in the National col
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JOLLY WORKERS CLUB
The Jolly Workers Club of Sylvan
Street Baptist Church will serve tea,
also a very interesting musical pro
gram will be rendered by some of
Nashville's popular musicians in the
lobby of the Colored Y. M. C. A.
The public is cordially invited to
come and take a drink with us. Ad
Mrs. A. Brackens, Pres.
Mrs. L. Marshall, Secretary.
DR. J. A: JONES IN DISTRICT CON
FERENCE. The District Conference of the
North Nashvllla district is in ses
sion this week at Riddleton, Dr. J. A.
Jones, presiding elder, presiding. This
harry' are now doing active service
In the U. S. A.
The 1918 catalogue with the Me
harry news as suppliment will soon
be out, it is hoped that both will find
Its way to the desk of every graduate.
If they do not reach you during this
month, a card addressed to the presi
dent upon which the proper address
is placed will bring it.
It is difficult to keep the correct ad
dress of all the graduates, but the
president is anxious to place the
catalogue within .their reach. Let
him know where you are and the
catalogue will follow.
Dr. Hubbard, our honored president
has Just returned from Cincinnati,
O., where he attended an important
meeting in the interest of the college.
Dr. T. H. Elliot is expected to re
turn this week from the Mayo Clinics
at Rochester, Minn. The Doctor has
been at the Clinics for several weeks.
He will return with much valuable
Dr. Josie E. Wells has returned to
her post of duty after days on the
Atlantic coasti Her friends rejoice
at her return.
Three or four of our nurses will
appear on the program of the Na
tional Nurses Association to bo held
St. Louis, Mo., August 21, 22 and
23. We are sure they will render
a good account of themselves and
Among the recent visitors to the
city were Dr. John M. Hammonds of
Louisville, Ky. Dr. Robt. T. Burt,
of Clarksville, Tenn. Dr. R. B. Bor-
Phone II. 389
416 5th Ave. , N., Nashville, Tenn.
ders, of Ft. Worth, Texas. Dr. Hopson,
18, spent the 4th at Muscle Shoals,
Ala., and Is much Impressed with his
trip, perhaps, for more than one rea
son; the Doctor reports that the five
nurses there from the Geo. W; Hub
bard Hospital, are making a fine re
cord, for both themselves and the In
stitution that sent them forth. Dr.
Geo. B. Lennox, 18, writes from De
troit, Texas, that he is planning te
take the State Board of health exam
ination of Oklahoma within the next
News has just reached us that Drs.
R. H. Bacote and J. A. Owen have ar
rived safely in France.
Drs. E. B. Coffee and J. W. Reid .f
the Pharmacy class of '18 have both
passed the State examination .f
Georgia. Dr. Coffee has since beea
called to the "colors" and is now being
trained in one of the camps.
Dr. J. A. Lester, of the Faculty re
ports a very successful meeting of the
Grand Lodge, "I. O. I." at Gallatan,
lsst week, to which he was a delegate.
Mrs. Kitio Matthews of Medlclan,
Miss is in tho city visiting relatives
and friends. Mrs. Matthews was
formerly Miss Kittio Davis who mar
ried Dr. U. B. Matthews, class, 1917,
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