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NASHVILLE GLOEE. FRIDAY SEPTEMEEH 6, 1918.
THE PULPIT AND THE PEW
PILGRIM EMANUEL BAPTIST
Miiway fcinooi at a:o a. ni.. was
utir pastor preacneu
three splendid sermons Sunday. We
had a .-necial rally to raise monev for
me pssa'ra iare to me convention,
;si.-ie;s jua i.ee, name johiimiii and
lirother Walker Brown raising tho
largest amount $32.87. Total amount
Tlie ei.urch is doing nicely. A. spec
ial invitation is extended to stran?;er3
to i it our services.
THIRD AVENUE BAPTIST
Su::.l.y was rally day in our Sim
ilar School lor our pastor's vacation
trip, (.'lass No.' 4 won tin; banner for
mining the largest ninouut of money
is composed of four regu
lar attending hoys and taii'iht bv Mrs
J. 1.. ll.t.-on. They raised over tour
I'mler tie auspices of tho Pastor'.!
Aid, SJfi.SO was raised for the 1'astors
.Mr. ami Mrs. c'has K.'rk tntrrtain-
tl:e !'; stor's Aid. Monday nis;ht.
le liost and lie. less prepmd a
Ittncii box for liov. Hanlinc, who left
Mom!;; iiie.it for the Naiiotril Hap
List iVn win ion i'nnei:ii'g in (.it tie
ST. ANDREW'S PRES3YTEPIAN
:'i P nula
er.-i.-o a ml s.'rnioil.
of II. e ongregalion
'- rvii-i'. All niem
u ' e pre-ent.
.' ruoi :ii:i
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCK.
The Vi'oman's Auxiliarv or the "lt.
Zion llaptist Chnrch, 11th Ave., and
J( IV i -on Street was in tkeir re.'idar
lueeti.'ic .Monday eveninir at S o'clock
at t!"' ! jiiuf of Mr. and Mrs
Wllf-cu on llelTertiian Street, with the
pre.-: lent, Mrs. Katie Xorloii, in the
in .1 ;:
eg, "What a friend v have
' Prayer by Mr Will Allison
s'earcr my (lod to Tliee."
reading Matt, fith chapter.
-inesH part of the niei'ting
ed on by the l'rrsiil'mt. roll
vn i ailed
The meinbers responded
(iin1ations and dues. The
following proi-ram was repdere 1.
Mrs. A liie Pass Paper
.Mrs. Hula Miller Hemarks. !
Trio. .TTrs. Fannie naltimore, !
AIk. Uihon, Mr. Wilson.
The meeting was closed with song. I
Prayer was ol'l'treil. The hostess Mrs. j
lloraie Wilson served an ice cmrsn, i
with tin,.' assistance of Little Luvenia
Northington and Mis. William North
inctoti and Mr. Ilornce Wilson.
The hostess was thanked by the
president on behalf of the auxiliary
for her kindness.
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REV. If. A. ALFRED,
Attending the X;. i ional llaptist Con
vention this week.
SfCOND EAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
S ;mlay School was called to order
ill :;! i. in., by Superintendent Pro.
Henry Haley with a very large num
ber of interesting schol ;rs and visi
tors present. .Miss" Until 10. Bandy,
an energetic member of the First
Baptist Chnrch was pieient and de
livered a very iniere-ting address.
At eleven o'clock llev. G. It. Taylor
tbe Micient pa-tor and Rev. T. P.
Ilanminuiis a minister occupied the
host rum llev. Taylor selected for a
let Luke - :"1! and pi inched a well
A I three o'clock the ci emnit ini'i t-
itig was oprred by the deacons, after
which the pa tor, llev. (1. 1,1. Taylor
side tod lor a text Kph. :'.:o from
which he preached a spiritual sermon.
After (be sermon thhe Lords Supper
we administered to a large number j
of members and fr entis of the saitto,
faith a nd order.
The i!. V. P. U, was called to order
nt ij o'alock. The lesson was very
interestingly faugh! by Pro. Henry
Haley, the. able Supt., of the Sunday I
A eight o'clock l ho services were
conducted by Rev. Ilammon the assis
tant pastor who delivered a very
strong and instructive sermon. The
day was spent in tho homo of the
METOKA AND GALEDA CLASSES
Mt. Nebo Baptist Sunday School
The Aletoka and Galeda Classes ot
the All Nebo Baptist Sunday School
held their repular meeting at the
home Tif the Secretary Mrs. J. V.
Pitts, of 2oth avenue north. The
OfVinu was called to order bv the
esidV?iit of tho Galeda Class at 8
ni. Qpening song, "What n. friend
etc., prayer waes offered by Rev. L.
Ya'..e naf'ud one tDoT.o- oln olnn
G. Porter $:f Ky. The lesson was
taught twenty m.'nules my Mr. A. D.
Thomu::, president also teacher of the
Metoka Clasn. At the close of the
discussion of ' the lesson, the roll was
called, dhes collected and Scripture
is and several Aletokas reapond-
encouraging remark.; wcr
,,,,, n , i , Kl.
Miss K A Walker of tnis city.. I
The Galeda motto was repeated in.
concert, Refreshments served bv the
The. classes adjourned to i
meet Monday night Sept. y. at (he- pass bravery have promised to av
residence of Rev. E. I., Cleggett, 2Stliuit themselves as American soldiers,
'Avenue, X. J wherever placed and whatever en-
ikAwau.P C! cfwy hrdlu hrdlu dlue jtagamcnt .they would be called to fight
for world democracy. We are confi-
MT. NEBO BAPTIST - SUNDAY ' '"'-a' tho young men that repre
SCHOOL AND CHURCH NOTES
Mt. Xeho llaptist Sunday School is
progressing nicely. On Sunday Auguit
2."th more than $07 was taised
through the untiring work of each
and every member o I the Sunday
Sunday School. Many loyal fronds
an dsnpporters. The entire day was
Kiveu to the Sunday School. In' spite
of the building being remodeled and particular race er penpio. but father
one side entirely removed, still at, becomes the rich heritage of all man
endi service an appreciative audience! kind. Men die hut principles live on
was present at each service. I
j On Sunday September 8th a raly
'will be given to ralst funds to iinisii ,
the. church. Cfloiu i the slogan. "Xo
'slackers wanted." Let each dov their.
; At .1 o'clock the Driver's I'nion will'
. i'old tlieir annual sermon in tho
('liurch, a grnml time is anticipated.
' As soon as the remodeling is com
pleted, the pulpit set also the new;
'pews a uiaiul dedication day will lie
observed, every one will bo cordially I
nviicd to ciinie and help dedicate the'
c!mi ( h l.i (; )d. The date will be an-
', looinceil l iter.
The M'etnka-ftaleda Classes will,
meet .Mon.lay night at 7:-'in o'clock at
the resilience of iht Sup!., Rev. Ik I..
Cltvigeit on L'Sth Avenue. Xorll;. Let'
all be present. 'i: itors al-vays wel
come. ; i'avm-: ( iiAr::r. sKitvicK flag.
Very beautiful and
s've we; e I l.e xervic" ;
i'r a' !' ,y..e Chaiiel A.
which was held in him.
o' ni' the youn:;
:'i the families
tor. Rev. John
ll!";i who have gone l'i-
of ine (dm i cli. Tlie p i.
II. tlraiit. delivered a
mon in a most masterly way, emphai::
it'g particular the pas:, present and
future glories of tho Xero rac.
Tle remainder of the service was
coiiductcl by Mr. J. V. Moppins, :
Piesident of one of the young peo
ples flubs. A beautiful solo which
brought tears to the eyes of everv.
"nu Present was sung ny Mrs. P. A.
Woolfork. Dr. M. -;. Coleman was
",SI Present and spoke on Child JVel-i
f,lre- She also read a very splendid
ah'l touchin;; paper mi the Service
'''laK and h:, ohjeci. which is printed
'iSr Addie K. Harden idayed Ameri-
n as each lamily pinned a star
me ting lor their husband or son. A
the Red Cross girls, Misses Nettie
Wal'on and Cordelia rirockell iai.n 1
the star lille 1 liar, the eh;ir sang,
"l'hj-ee cheers for ihe Red, Wh.to
Litllo Miss Klodia May Jonc cics
el the in-ogram by -inking two pat
riotic songs eompo.-.el l',r the occa
sion by Miss Viola i.. Fia;.;g.
She sang "Hail '. S. A. Soldiers"
;.nd also ''rt,cdoms Dells.".
Those boys ,,f Payne lir.-liting f..r
t't 'fil'.ni a,e: s'cai ;;. Ernest. Tur
in r. Ser;;t, Fr;"!'.; l.)ou:;!as. r .rp.
laoi' s oiat , lii".,s.
i'iiva;ci; Ad dph :, iodine. Lellier
Siockell. Wilhird John, on, J. C. f:,.,,,.
ming. Frank .lames.'fjdward Stock!:;!,
.doiois Odie, f'an.oi'i W .lit laker",
.'ci'iedd Audtison, Arret Ik (Ir.uii,
t-tvrge lk'.tt rd. II iv.v
(ieorr.e liiiaiks, Irvi.. .1
Maltlie.vs, Kie l liivn f
the .vs. ;;u e-ie lek'ne
iln i Vi.'. il Canipbc!!. '
Wiley While. Cctir.M
nl. Alex Moi
. riyses .1 .!
ii lmi'kip, Samuel Douglas
I'i'i' c. :i if I'.uil'.rd. I.trov
j -Vos'er of Yrcm my,
'o s and Friends of 1 a.
i .. M. Church:
Tec lienor has c-'mc
l astor, Mem
in; Chapel C.
to me to le
"to in the speakers at
i.i c "'. An c
einhhM us al
; rani ditiary occasion
this hour, a Service
I ' i ih! What a title
'his ikig to trfio bree i
ilitne seems in I he ili
As wo unfurl
s of the night
tiiiit a stranne
voice is heard I uroii 'bout iho world
heralding l he news abroad that Payne
Chapel A. M. E. Church has given
binh to a constellation of stars each
of which is shining forth with bril
liancy of the lirsl magnitude. Every
twinkle of the-e, stars represent self
; denial, giving up loved ones, hardship,
: dev I'.ion, undying love, loyal to tho
stars and stripes. In the present
' gisanlic world war into which tho
United States has been called to de
I fend the most precious treasures it.
possesses, and to use its full man
I power for tbe establishment of the
j permanent peace in the world, our
Government has sounded a bugle call.
J tint from cities, villages long lines
i of brown and blue are marching to
I wards the front to keep the stars of
I "Old Glory" there and to prove thai
I right and mercy are greater than
nrght and hate.
I Wherever a man walks in the khaki
or nine or cncie sum uniroim tlieie
is my brother or my sou. my father'
or my husband, whether ho serves on
i sea or on land as a lighter or helper,
as bridge guard or gunner, about him!
glows a halo. His salt red blood ami'
bis' keen nevres of steel, his sinew j
muscles and white bones stand be-;
I w een me and the consecrated forces
of scletitilie barbarism, where he I
stands with blond ot all nations pump -
ing through his heart saying to Ihe
world that democracy shall be sale,
that every man shall have his oppoi
tunity to live under liberty, that In
the future, little nations shall not
be troubled before the swash buckl
ing bululy nation that only one shall
be established, the throne of God In
tho heart of man and only one shall
prevail the family, of friends and
Tho unfurling of this Service Flag
tonight In this historic church deems
it unnecessary to re-aflirm the loyalty
of the Negro. Time and again. It has
been proved. Time and again a read
iness to Biiffnr u'' bear. Sacrifice
ail said by one Ot the leading Jour-
has borne its wltiie3. It has been
e.l said by one of"the leading jour
nals cf this Cou-.-.trv that the A'.wri-
oa .esrj uoe nut expect 10 nave
the whole Neio problem se.tlel im
mediately. He is seeking to held up
a striving country and u distracted
world by pushing pcrsuiiul grievances
as a price fjr loyalty; he is pot diiVthnt was piven them. Other speakers
P1 sea to catalogue m thi tremens us
ens.s all his complaints and disabili
ties; he is more than willing to do
his full share in helping to win the
wati.T dem oeiacy. ami he experts his
ftTll share of fruits Iheicof but ho is
today compelled to ask fur that
minimum of consideration which will
hint to he an efficient nsh'.er
.,.. ,., ......, n i, . ,.,..
to no less. The young men for whom
we are celebrating this ttreate.it eviu
of this church represent the brave
black. American soldier, from whom
sent the nower of manhood of our
race will live up to the record that has
been established by the Xegro sjldiers
from the Revolution up to the present
war. He has so nobly withstood with
valor and honor the overwhelming
attacks of the Germans and led the
stars and stripes to victory through
each encounter. Every great and tin
sellish achievement belongs t; no
and on forever to incite emulation in
generations yet to come.
1 said to our brave six huu'lrud that;
left Xashville a few weeks ago t
go and not to she 1 a tear for u was
an opportunity of their lives t) show
ivit to America only, but to the world
how fa-thfully and promptly in rally-'
ing to supporting the old Hag and'
pe: forming their whole duty in the
service of our country. Nothing has
done more ; bring to the great tnlnd j
of Woodrow Wilson such words as;
flic o iu his open stand against mob
vi dence when he said. "Xo man who
l"vc America, no man who really
carts for her fame ami honor and
charaeier, or who is truly loyal to her
ins! ifutiou can justly mob action
while the courts of justice are open
and the government of the slates and
tiie na'ion are teady and able to do
.Members and pastor, we are glad
that the denomination of which we
are a part are able to give brave
sons tif help put down segregali m, jiin
croAispi. mob violence and every evil
iliat helps force down manhood and
vumanhtod. On tho other hand, it
Is our opportunity to help to rid the
race of that element who d ;es so
mudi in bringing one these race
frictions by helping to make his life
better, mingling with them and let
ting them feel that they are a part
of the race, and as long as they are in j
darkness, superstition, ignorance im-
moral degenerated, that it means a
race doivu and not up. j
May I close with these words of.
admonition, by saying that the un-j
Hiding of the Hag tonight by these j
I'aiihful missionary sisters of this I
church is not tho paramount act, but j
prayer iind failh in God,
The brave boys that have gone
from "mil' church and Sunday school,
seme to return others to be placed in
the French soil, may each of us who
arc here tonight encourage and offer
prayer for the noble sons of Uncle
Saw. tlie.-e whole-hearted American
s-d tiers .who go to the front anxious
to do their all, and to plant the stars
ami stripe- - the symbal of democracy
up .n the llag poles of every Kaiserib
e I .er.lcry iliroughout the world.
Public School will open Moti
"ct Mil, jut roils and friends
e in.ctcil 1 1) attend the opening at
o'clock. Two of our churches Ml.
m Papf.st Church and Qui;m chap
el A. M. K. Church have- entered a
n.tcrling l.'ally to be concluded t!u
krd ftjn.iny in S.'pLiiuber. The
i liiirci'eo sire I'ivided into club; mid
c:r h clu!) is making strenuous efforts
for tho lead. The approximate sum
to be i.;i.-e,l is six hundred
ointo an i. ier t s manifested by the
memlims of each church. A Patriotic
play will be given lor .Mrs. A. J. Itus--i;:.
s club br; y night So; I. lllth
s. Sliced and Aim.
(J'.iinn (Ahapt'.,' .s
Su ::;!.: y at t!
ifteriioon matinee next
o'i 'oe.i enmlil. ted ny
lac. Miss Stella I'Jcii-
ar.ls, the West
Teiinessee Supei visor
work of the County
School made her usual trip to tins
County last week.
.Mrs. Eliza Wuddy and Little Miss
.lur.i.ila Green have just returned
from Padueah where they spent two
weeks vi'.-iiing relatives and friends.
.Mr. Whit Matlierson has just return
ed from his visit to St. Louis. Last
Sunday atttrnoon at 5 olocl; seven
coaches of drafted men collected from
(hlierent points were joined by tbe
is Henry Countians. They left Paris
via Clnrksville en route to the train
ing camps. AHss M. W. Dortch has
ret Mined from Chicago where she!
vfsilod her sisters. Rev. . W. Hamp
ton, supervisor of A. find I. State Nor
mal spent tlie week end at home. Rev.
A. J. Russell, the pastor of Quinn
Chapel A. Al. I Church sprntxjast
week in Nashville visiting his son Dr.
Russell. Air. Jlobt. Bridges has been
confined to bin bed for several (lays.
We wish him a speedy recovery. Wetns Iloara awnnding the .National
are glad to note that Mrs. Geo. Hud- Convention at Liitif Rock. Ark.
who nas ueen quite ill is fiDlo lo'
be out again.
WALKER'S PALATIAL HOME
Notable Colored and VVh'te People
Crowd the Finest Residence in The
World By a Member of Our Race
Emniett J. Scott Speaks.
Irvinton-on-Thelludson, N. Y , ,,v ,tle Government aui-iinen'. , of
Aug. 2.-,. Tlie formal opening of Villa labor- Altogether there aro 1,!74 lo
Lewaro, the new home of Madam O. cul branches in Canada, 1702 coin-
i.1. .Walker at this place la.. t Sunday,
was the most notatle isoclal function
in the history of the colored race. sii members being connected with
Manv notables were present, inolud- noniuterimt'onal bodies, and 28 with
ina: white men and women who are 73!)1 membeis being independent
active in the work for the advance- mits- Montreal with 123 local branch
ment of colored .people. les stands first and Toronto .with 76 is
Mr. and Airs. Emniett J. Scott were second.
the guests of honor. All New York,1
seonUnsly was present, also (Wstlii
guished individuals from various
states, including J. C. Napier, of Tnnn
o.:see, and Prof. Scarborough, of Ohio.
Tho great room, the salon, of the
home was the scene long to be re
membered whore a' program was ren
dered, includi ng such notables as Rp-
samond Johnson, Joseph Douglass,
and Mrs. Martha B. Anderson, Of
lea Jinn "Ar.erica." Knn c t J. Scott
the priniii&l speaker. He was
preceded by the distinjU.: bed hostess,
Md iiu C. J. 'uier. lioiii were e
iicitous in their we!l-ehosen expres
sions. am n the liberal applause
follow -nd., FAehnnee.
Some follows ;
details that the
v such sticklers f)r
eve- pav attention
whoti. the s.-cretarv is read!' g the j
minutes of th. prev'ous m.'e'.iig.
Sti'.l thu navy kc-e .s up its wonder
ful wnk In so uns the transports
safely across tic Atlant.e.
FORMER XASHVILLIAXS. '
Mr. and Mrs Rb-rt H. Zackery,
formerly of Nashville,' but now of
Pittsburg, Pa., me visiting their
cmsin Mr. and Mrs. , Jrc Allen of
Cleveland, OV.ic, and Mrs. Sarah Jones
of etroit, Mich, they voie very high
ly entertained on the trip. Mrs. Zack
ery is a prosperous Per Hair dres
ser of her city, v.hile Jlv. J.ie'tery has
a very ip.partant posit u.n with one of
tho down .tov.n ho e:s.
Workers Will Be P.iiJ During Period
of Forced Unemployment by New
The on.' look for the cootton indus
try in l.aiua.' liiie. l'ngland, has been
cons'dcra' !y ori rh lentd by the agree
ment nude at a me-:ing, August 1,
of the lo'r.l i'1' c ! "! wit'; tbe Pros -den'
of Ice 1. en lop Poaru of Trade,
iicciir.liii'r to ilioiatcles from Man
chcsiiv. 1.:e i- taoVti Fvs'om of un
emplovicen' wiM be abolished and a
tent ; Tbs'i'utP'l with pro
avnient for forced unem
REV. II. II. BURNS, D. D.,
Attending tbe National llaptist Con
vention this week.
CHAMBER OF KORltOIW FOUND
OX INDIAN RESERVATION'.
( International News Service)
Phoenix, Ariz, Aug 21) A cham
ber of h .rrors and the biggest mur
der nivv.eiv Arizona has ever known
were unco' e. el on an Iml.an reser
vation, evenly m.lei friin Phoenix,
when .lose V';erri, a Mexican, rolled
the stoi'e barrier frtiu the entrance
to an old cave.
Strewn abrut the Moor of the cav
j etn wcie 'ske'eoms e.' a s" re of per;
sons men, wtmc:; ami eh d lien. In
j ve-:tigat ion r-(-.e I Hie bones to io
th ;se ol Cauc"s.a.i:i who had been
ilead at least ten ; ears.
The cave also contained decayed
saddles, clothing end harness. The
me:! of the p-ry "del !th their j
boots on.' Also wi:h liieir spurs.
X'.no of ike si.uPs '."as penetrated by
a bui'nl end n .r.e fmielure.!.
It is believed the bones are those
of travelers slain Ly Indians and then
hidden in the cave, which was then
j wal'e 1
up by l-e'ivy stones. Another
Iheuv is tho p:it".- was deprived of
arms driven !. bi cave, sealed and
left to die of starvation.
The Daily Herald.
REV. G. B. TAYLOR, D. D ,
Member of National Baptist Puft-
I TRADES-UN IONS CROWING FAST.
Canadian Organizations Show .Rapid
1SV ith Montreal
: In the six years from 1011 to 1917
' membership in trade-unions in Canada
hdi grown from 133,132 io -'iJl.tMO, ac-
c.tra'ng to figures refill )y compiled
Prising members niniiated with inter-
national omuin.auoiis, won &,
A NATIONS STRENGTH
IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY
Eat Less "VMtsfre arthtnfj
Create a Reserve
AMERICA MUST FEED
lOO.OOO. OOO AIHT5
I ; t,
iNasMe City Church
; ' uu" 1 llv v J
ML Ncbo Baptist Church. Sunday
school 9:30. Hov. E. L. Cleggett. sup-
erinteudent 'Preaching 11 a. m. and
k p. m. Commuuion every nrst Bun
day afternoon Monday Bight Pas
tor's Aid Society. Prayer meeting
Tuesday g p. in. Wednesday nlnht
choir " rehearsal. Thursday night
preaching. Friday night Teacher's
meeting, Rev. H. A. Alfred, pastor,
"0i Twenty-fifth avenue, N ; Rev. J.
W. Pitts, church clerk; Mrs. D. D
Crowder, assistant clerk.
Second Baptist Church, Ninth ave
nue, S.. corner Stevens. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. in. Henry Hailey,
superintendent Services ll a. m. and
S p. m. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at
C p. m. Monday nkht Ladies' Aux
'J Mrg Ma Moofe ,,re8ldeDt;
Tuesday night, prayer meeting at 8
lo'ilock. Thursday night preaching 8
o'clock. Commuuiou every first Sun
day. Rev. G. B. Taylor, pastor.
--Pass Street Church. 627 Bass St.,
Rev. Wm. T. Baugus, pastor, 917 Vine
street. Preaching Sunday at 11 a.
ni , and at it p. m. Sunday school,
V:30 a. m. Geo. Lynch, supt.
First Street Church, N. Second, cor
ner of Mark. Rev. S. S. Stubblefleld,
pastor, I'iG Foster avenue. Preaching,
Sunday 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. Sunday
school, 9:30 a. ni. S. Gregory, super
intendent. Kayne Avenue Baptist Church, 1107
liayne avenue. Sunday school 9:45
a. m. Services at 11 a. ni. and 8
p. ui. Prayer meeting Thursday
night. Teachers' meeting Friday
clerk. Kev. E. M. Lawrence, pastor,
1027 Amen street.
Ewlug Avenue Church, 624 Ewirig
avenue. H. L. Alexander, pastor, 20
Fairfield. Preaching, Sunday at S:00
p. m. and Thursday at 8 p. in. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday
school 3 p. m. Vinerica Scruggs, li20
Ev ius avenue, church clerk; 0. Cun
tnings, tiOIJ Ash street, supt.
Eighth Street National Baptist The
ological Seminary, Rev. John Alexan
der, pastor, 924 FatherlauU street.
Preaching, Sunday 11 a. ni. and 8
p. in. Sunday school, Sunday at 9:30
a. m. Cora Nobb, church clerk, 730
Boyee; Ell WebT), superintendent, 721
North Sixth Street Baptist Church,
831 N. Sixth street, Rev. J. T. Tun
still, Sr., pastor, 817 N. Sixth street.
Preaching, Sunday 11 a. ni. and 8
p.-m. Thursday 8 p. in. Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school,
Sunday 9:30 a. m. Dull Tunstill,
church clerk, COO Cleveland street.
Ruth Bender, superintendent, 639 N.
Pleasant Green, 1410 Jefferson St.,
Rev. J. C. Fields, pastor, 2030 Jeffer
son, street. Preaching, Sunday ll a.
m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, Sun
day 9:30 a. m. T. G. Marshall, sup
erintendent; T. E. Dickerson, church
clerk, 1003 Harding street.
First Baptist Church, East Nash
vlile, Rev. V. S. Ellington, pastor.
Sunday sahool 9:30 a. m. Preaching,
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Wednesday night. Choir rehearsals,
Thursday night. Teat hers' meeting,
Friday night. A. W. Fite, Supt.
Corinthian Laptist Chuich, W.
Nashville; Rev. A. F. 'Murray, pastor;
(lev. S. S. Page, supt.
New Hope, 1203 Hawkins. Rev. J.
C, Harding, pastor, 1017 Fourteenth
avenue, S. Preaching, Sunday 11
a. m., 8. p. m. and Thursday 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m.
Tabernacle, 1005 South street, Rev.
II. M. Burns, pastor, 920 Tenth ave
nue. South. Preaching, Sunday 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. and Thursday at
H p. ni. Prayer meet ing-, Tuesday 8
p. ra. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. H
Morgan, superintendent, 1001 Overton
street. Mrs. A. V. Marshall, church
clerk, 1S00 West End.
Third Avenue, 938 Third avenue,
X. Rev. J. L. Harding, pastor, 2714
Jefferson street. ' Pleaching, Sunday
1 1 a. in. and 3 p. in. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday 8 p. m. Surtday school 9:30
a. m. J. H. Sliutte, superintendent,
110(5 Portcrfleld street; J. H. Shutte,
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Rev. C.
H. Clark, D. D., pastor, 610 Joe John
ston avenue. Sunrlso prayer meeting.
Sunday school 9:30 a. in. Services, ll
a. in. and 8 p. m. Communion every
first Sunday 3 p. ni. Prayer and
Teachers' meeting, Tuesday night,
preaching Thursday night. Phil
Douglass, church clerk; G. P. Baker,
superintendent, 18113 Scovel street.
Mt. Lebanon, 1431 Fourth avenue, S.
Rev. I. S. Davis, pastor, 017 Fern
street. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m.,
8 p. in. Thursday 8 p. m. prayer
meeting S p. m. Sunday school 9:30
aj. in. Minerva Batey," superinten
dent. 1128 Fourth avenue, S. Church
Clerk, B. A. Ewing.
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Ch-uch,
409 Fifteenth avenue, N. Rov. A W.
Porter, pastor, -109 Fifteenth avenue.
N. Preaching' Sunday .11 a. m. r.nd
8 p. m., and Thursday at 8 p. m
Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun
day school. 9: 30' a. m. Mrs. H. Can
Pilgrim Emanuol, 631 Peabody St.,
Rev, A. Phillips, pastor, 320 Perry
street. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a.
m. and 8 p. m and Thursday 8 p. ni.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday. Sunday
school, 9:30 a. m. James Bryant,
' St. John, Pearl street, between 11th
and 12th avenues, N. Rev. W. H.
Wlvlttaker, pastor, 1409 Hynes street.
Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m and Thursday 8 P. m. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday 8-p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. J. A. .Turner, supt.,
Foster Chapel Baptist Church, Rev.
G. B. Bolden, pastor, 103 Lewis st.
Preaching, Sunday 1-1:30 a. m. and 8
p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday night. Sunday
school 10 a. m. T. Grooms, superin
tendent, 51 lurry street
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Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, 211
Fifth avenue. S. Preaching. Sunday
ll a. ni. and 8. p. m., and Thursday
8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., Mrs. Mar
garet Thomas, superintendent, 430
5th avenue, N.
First Church, 319 Eighth avenue, N.
Rev. S. L. McDowell, pastor, 14th
and Jefferson street. Preaching, Sun
day 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school,
9:30 a. m. T. A. Fricrson, superin
tendent, 1712 Thompson street. C. B.
Lowe, church clerk, 1234 First ave
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Bethel, Tenth avenue, South. Sun
day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school 9:30 a. ni. Christian
Endeavor meeting 7 p. ni; Class and
prayer meeting Thursday night. Rev.
S. J. Howard, pastor.
Trinity A; M. E. Sunday school
9:30 a. ni. Preaching 11 a. m. and
8 p in. Rev. W. L. Powell, pastor
Ebenezer, Stone's River Turnpike.
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor 7 p. m. Cless nieetin.g Tues
day night. Prayer meeting Thursday
night. Rev. H. G. Stanford, pastor.
St. Luke A. M. E. Church, 42nd ave
nue, N., W. Nashville. Rev. J. K.
Childress, paston 1302 Sixteenth ave
nue, N. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a.
in. and 8:30 p. m. Wednesday 8:30
p. m. Class meeting, Thursday niglt.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Salem, corner Fourth avenue, N.,
and Buchanan street. Sunday serv
ives.ll a. m. and 8 p. .m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday
night. Prayer meeting, Tuesday
night. Rev. A. Yv'hitworth, pastor.
Scovel Street, 1705 Scovel street.
Sunday services 11:30 a. m. and 8
p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Chris
tian Endeavor 7 p. m. Class meeting,
Thursday night. Rev. W .A. Ander
Paynes Chapel, corner Seventh and
Winter streets. Sunday services 11
a. m. and 8 p..m. Sunday school 9:30
a. ni. Christian JSndeayor 7 p. m.
Class meeting, Thursday night. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday night. Rev. J. H.
Grant, D. D., pastor.
St. James, Muoretown. Sunday serv
ices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
7 p. m. Uev. G. L. Jackson, pastor.
St. John Church, corner Eluhth
avenue, N.. and Cedar street. Rev.
J. M. Smith, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 a. in. Preaching 11 a. m .and
8 p. m. A. C. R. League 7 p. ra.
Class meeting, Tuesday evening at 8
St.'Paul Church, corner Fourth ave
nue, S., and Franklin street, Rev. H.
L. P. Jones, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 a. m. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. A. C. E. League 0:30 p. m.
Trustee Board first Monday night.
St. Pbilll -8, Alt. Nebo (Texas). Sun
day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m. Christian En
deavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday-night.
"Uev.AL 1. Spears, pastor.
St. Peter A. M. E. Church, 4 miles
on the White's Creek Pike. Sunday
school 9:30 u. m. Preaching 11:3 a.
in. Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
Preaching ' p. m. Uev. James L.
Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30
x. m. Class meeting, Friday night.
C. M. E .CHURCHES.
St. Luke (V M. E. Church, 2(ith and
Heliernan sircet. Rev. A. Norrls, pas
tor, 2601 Albion street. Preaching,
Sunday U n. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth.
League 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30
a. m. S. Ii. Webb, superintendent,
1041 28th ave., N.
Lane Tubrrnacle, Spring street.
Sunday school 9:30 a. ni. Preaching,
1i:."0 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth
League meetins at G:30 p. ni. Prayer
meeting eVtry Wednesday at 8 p. m
Phillips Chapel, 8 Wharf avenue.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. C. E.
League 7. p. m. Class meeting, Tues
day night. IMble class, Wednesday
Cnner Chanel. Church St.. nreach-
hns at 11 a. ni. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. C. E. League 7
p. m Tuesday night, class meeting.
Wednesday 3 pT m., Bible olass.
1 Rraden Chapel, 705 Georgia street.
Sunday services 11 a. m .and 7:30 p.
m. ' Rev. W.T3. Mitchell, "pastor.
Cordon Chapel, Herman street, near
Prospect. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. W. Satter-
i field, pastor,
Hubhard's Chapel, Jrlmble S. W.
corner East Hill. Sunday services 11
PHONE MAIN lOf
a. m. and 7; 30 p. m. Rev. J. P.
Price, 1 D., pastor; Mr. Mayfleld,
superintendent of Sunday -school.
Seay's Chapel Green street, corner
Fairfield. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. D. T. Burch,
D. D., pastor.
Eleventh Avenue M. E. Church,
Services 11 a. m. and 8 p .in. Sunday
school 9:45. S. M. Strayhorne, pas
y Clark Memorial, 308 Franklin St.
Sunday Services: Suiiday School
9:30 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m., and
8 p. m. Ep worth League 7 p. m.
Rev. J. V. Wells, Pastor, Prof. H.
J. Johnson, Recording Steward, Prof.
T. B. Hardlman, Superintendent of
Church of the Holy Tjrinity, Ewing
Avenue and Sixth Avenue, S. Tho
Rev. Father Bruce, Priest In Charge.
Celebratim and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30
a. m. Evening Song and Sermon 8
p. m. A church with welcome to all.
'McNairy, Hilf, Twelfth avenue, N.
Sunday school 9:30. Preaching, ll a.
m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Services
twice a week. .
St. Luke, Lewis street, Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:30
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays Pastor,
,Uev. Henry Covington.
Bethel Primitive, Sunday school
9:30 a. m. Preaching servcies 11:30
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday.
Mt. Moriah, 2107 Alameda Street.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday,
Pleasant Valley, Edgehlll street.
Sundy school 9:30 a. fa.. Preaching
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday. Rev.
W. Wilson, pastor.
The United Primitive Eaptist, 42nd
avenue, S. E. corner Albion street
N. W., Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
West Nashville, Sunday school 9:30
a. m.; preaching 11.30 a. m., and
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
night. St. Eli Primitive. The Bible Band
meets every Sunday evening at" 5:30
o'clock, taught by Sister Syhia Hen
derson. Every one is invited to meet
us. The Sunday school opens every
Sunday morning at 9:30. Superinten
dent, Rev. S. Y. Douglass; Secretary,
Syhia Henderson. . Preaching services
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
under the auspices of Elder G. Thomp
son. - CATHOLIC.
Holy Family, 643 Third avenue, N.
Sunday services 10:30 a. m. Rev.
Father Plunkett, Priest
St. Andrew Presbyterian Church,
corner 8th avenue and Gay street.
Rev. S. Jackson, minister. Telephone
M. 382G. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.;
services 0:30 a. m. 11 a. m. and 6:30;
Thursday 7:30. choir rehearsal Tues
day and Saturday evenings. Church
Howard Congregational Church,
12th avenue, N.( near Church. Serv
ices Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. ni. Communion
every first Sunday at 11 a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night. Miss
Frances Banks, church clerk; T. M.
St. Mary's Chapel, 2012 Twelfth
avenue, N., Sunday school 9:30 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C, E., 6
P. m. .
A. M. E. ZION.
Hills Chapel Church, corner Lewis
and Short. Sunday school 9 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. ami 9 p. m. Sun
days. Rev. Z. W. Hill, pastor.
Zlon Church Sunday School, How,er
ton avenue, near Fifth. Sunday serv
ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Holiness, 605 Twelfth avenue, N.,
Sunday services at 11:30 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Lea Avenue Christian Church, 709
Lea Avenue. Services Sunday 11 a.
m... and 8 p. m.j Sunday School '2:30;
a. m. , Young,People's Christian En
deavor Society, Sunday evening at
7:00 p. m. -Prayer meeting Wednes
day night. Elder Preston Taylor,
Pastor. ' ,
Gay Street Christian Church, Elder
F. J. ,SmiHh, Pastor. Services 11 a.
m. ,nnd 8 p. m.; Sunday Scrool 12:30;
Willing Workers Club every Thurs
day night; Pastor's Aid Society every
Friday night. S. J. Chandler, Clerk., w
Willow Street, S. Hill, S. W. Corner
First Avenue. Sunday services 7:30
p. m. '
Church of Christ, Charlotte and
40th Avenue North. .