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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910.
ST DR. MOORE RETURNS FROM THE EAST. Iter. George W. Moore has returned from the East after a stay of two . weeks. He went to New York for the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Fisk University. Speak ing of his trip Dr. Moore said: "During my stay in New York I visited the summer home of Dr. Book er T. Wash'neton. t Huntington. Long Island. Dr. Washington had Just attended the meeting of the Fisk Board of Trustees and the Executive meeting of the Jeanes Board Fund and he invited a few friends to visit him at his summer home. It is a charm ing country place on Huntington Bay, .surrounded by a number of island3, two of which are dotted with fine summer homes. Oyster Bay the home of Colonel Roosevelt is a few miles away. Huntington is an ideal spot for rest and recuperation and is reached by the steam Launch "Mag gie." named for Mrs. Washington. Dr. "Washington is in easy touch with the outside world by the telephone, tele graph and the mail. He enjoys daily baths in the bay and the cool breezes of the sea. At the time of our visit he was on the eve of taking his tour through Deleware. Dr. Moore spent ten days at Wash ington on his way home. While there he visited his son, Dr. George Shep pard Moore at Freedmen's Hospital, and his nephew, Mr. Laurence C. Caldwell, who is a student at Howard University. "He met a large number of friends in the District of Columbia, where he was formerly pastor of Lincoln Me morial Congregational Church for ten years. He also met Dr. Crum, the new minister to Liberia, and Prof. Clarence C. Wh'te, the noted violinist, who has returned from Europe after sa absence of two years. Mr. White will make a tour of leading American cities the coming season and will in clude Nashville in his itinerary. Rev. Moore made a thorough inspection of Freedmen's Hospital. He says it is one of the largest and best equipped hospitals in the country. It was built by the government at a cost of over five hundred thousand dollars and is oinder the auspices of the Depart ment of the Interior. Dr. W. A. War field is the efficient Surgeon-in-chlef ?ind he 's assisted by Dr. S. L. Car son, assistant surgeon, and a large visiting staff of surgeons and physi cians. There is a large training school for Misse3 in connection with the hospi tal; about two hundred young women ave received their training there. The physicians and citizens of Wash ington ' are looking forward with great pleasure to the meeting of the National Medical Convention in Au gust. They promise a rare treat to . the doctors who visit the National capital, not only to its social and civic life, but especially to inspect tho great Freedmen's Hospital During his stay in Washington Dr. Moore was the guest of Rev. J. E. Moorland, D. D., International Secre tary of the Y. M. C. A., who had re cently returned from the Pacific coast Jmorovpd health. Secretary and Mrs. W. A. Hunton were also in Washington. Mrs. Hunton having just returned from Europe after an absence of nearly fwn vears and now reuides Brookln. MASONIC OFFICERS INSTALLED. Installation of the elected and ap pointed officers of Prince Hall's Ma sonic Lodge No. 1 took place at the regular communication July Hi 1910. tLd for the ensuing Masonic year. W. B. Ward, W. M.; J. W. Bostick, S Yf S. J. Baldon, J. W.; W. M. Allen, Secretary; G. W. Hill, Treasurer; John Haynes. S. D.; Elmer Miller, J. D Robert Reynolds, S. S.; Anthony Porter, J. S.; P. D. Lowery, Chap lain; C. A. Starks, Marshal; Jordan Boston, Tyler; W. M. Allen, Trustee. Past Master W. P. Rose waa the in stalling officer. MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBIT, DOLL CONTEST. The Sunday-school of St. John A. M. E. Church will have on next Mon day night the most unique entertain ment at the church tnat nas Deen wit nessed in this city for a long time. The older members of the Sunday achool will give a concert that will be a treat in itself, in addition, those members who have been In the day schools and who have learned to mpjke little pretty baskets, rugs, cut paper, carve wood and to make num erous other trinkets have made up a new set of these and will exhibit them cn Monday night. The tfirls will have a Negro doll con test, and will bring out their best dressed dolls and put them on exhi bition. The little people are worked up to a high pitch over the entertain ment and will doubtless interest their parents as well. Premiums will be awarded as follows for first, second and third best articles: Exhibition No. 1. Tabourets, Dutch stools No.' 2. Key-rack, leter racks, whisk broom holders, match boxes, etc. No. 3. Basket making, rug wearing and paper cutting, etc. All children are welcome to enter exhibits in this contest. BAPTIST PUBLISHING HOUSE PICNIC. The annual picnic of the employes of the National Baptist Publishing House has been set for July 19, which is Tuesday, at Greenwood Park. Dr. Boyd, the Secretary, made this an nouncement In the chapel service of the Board one morning last week. It has been the custom of this Institution to give some kind of an outing for its employes where they can spend a day of recreation and pleasure at the expense of the Institution. Thus, this annual picnic is looked forward to with much anticipation similar to 3 its annual New Year dinner that 13 usually celebrated the first of January. These employes are joined by their families and particular friends. The fact that it is to be held at Greenwood, the beautiful park in South Nashville, ANOTHER NEGRO BANK SURED. AS- At an early dat there will be launched another Negro bank in the state of Texas. Ihis Information i3 authentic in fact, the institution is assured. A large amount of the stock has been subscribed and paid In. The bank will be called the Fanners and Merchants Bank and is being fostered by the Farmers Aid Society, an or ganization composed of industrial farmers in the Lone Star State. The head of this organization is the Hon. K. L. Smith, of Paris, Texas, who Is one of the best known citizens of Tex as. An unconfirmed rumor has it that the institution Is to be located at Waco, as this city has offered the besc Inducement yet offered by any of the Texas cities. Rev. II. T. Keallng, who is an old Texan, is interested in the new movement. lie leaves for Texas this week, at which time the entire plan for the new bank is to be con summated. This will give Texas four banks located at Houston, Dallas and Palestine, respectively. FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OB SERVED. Rev. A. W. Porter is given hearty endorsement. As a fitting testimony of fourteen years of active service, out of which has come great results, the North Fif teenth Avenue Baptist Church, under the pastorate of A. W. Porter, ob served the anniversary of their pastor. The people of this church better known as "Stonewall Baptist Church," had made great preparations for this anniversary. The service proper be gan at 3 o'clock Sunday afterjioon, the church being beautifully decorated for the occasion. It is but one of the numerous Baptist congregations that has, in spite of adverse circumstances. continued to prosper. They have a membership of about four hundred The program on last Sunday was en tertaining and commendable In every way. The owning chorus was sung by the choir from1 the Harp of Zion. Rev. I. J. Jordan, pastor of the First Bap tist Church, Franklin, Tenn., read nineteen verses of the 8th chapter of Romans. The choir sang "Princes Awake." Prayer was offered by Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, and then "The Mov ing Church," an inspiring song, was ung. The anniversary sermon was preached by Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Dr. Clark delivered an able discourse and delighted the audience with his rich voice and excellent delivery. An anthem, "Peace Be Within Thy Walls," was another selection that the choir rendered appropriately. Rev. W. S. Ellington, D. D., A. M., was a speak er of the occasion. He dealt upon the loyalty of church members to their pastor and seemed to strike a popu lar chord with the people. Rev. T. J. Lewis was another visiting min ister, during the exercises. MISS HUNTER IN CHICAGO. Nashville is minus another of It3 society and club ladles, for the sum mer, In the person of Miss Minnie Mae Hunter, of 1409 Hynes street. Miss Hunter left the city Monday morning going direct to Chicago, where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dickerson, the wife of Dr. Dickerson, the popular physician. Miss Hunter has planned an. extensive trip, although she is to malce Chica go her headquarters for the summer. She will visit some of thd watering places on the Great Lakes and over into Canada. She is to go from Chi cago, by boat, to Detroit and from there bv boat to Buffalo, visiting the Falls of Niagara, thence to Montreal and Quebec, returning by rail to Chi cago. Miss Hunter is a member of the well-known H. T. G. M.-Club, the Wednesday Evening Musical and the Fisk Literary Club. Her home In. this city has been the scene of quite a number of society events, she being one of the best-known young women in the city. THE NEGRO IN LITERATURE AND ART. a hnnklpf that !s At.trftp.tlner some ocnsiderab'le attention, bearing the tl- tip of "Th Npero In Literature and Art" ha lust heen ent out bv Prof. Benjamin Griffith Brawler. Prof, readers and then deals with the pain Brawley occupies the chair of Eng- ters and musicians. The fact that he lish at the Atlanta Baptist College, Ma la nn A. M. from nurvard. beinz also a graduate of the Atlanta Bap- ttt Collecre. Prof. Brawler, as the author of the book, treats on twelve oooccocecoooooooooooooooooooo ocoooooooooooo CHURCH: DIRECTORY, & PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES. Holiness, 605 Twelfth Avenue, N. Rev. James B. Crosby, pastor. Sunday services 11:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS CHURCH. Seventh Dat Adventist No 2, 711 Win ter Street Services Saturday 10 a. til. to 12 m. CATHOLIC CHURCh. Hor.T Fam'ilt, 458 3d Ave., N. Rev. Thomas J. Plunket,- rector. Sunday serv ices 10:30 a. m. THE -CHURCH OF GOD. 1 The Church or God, 534 4th Ave., S. Sunday-school; preaching at night 8 p. m.; Willing Workers Club luesuay night; preaching at the river every Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Kev. A. W. Thompson, pastor. A. M. E. ZION CHURCHES. Zion Church Sunday-School. Howerton Ave., near Fifth. Rev. B. K. Scott, pastor. Sunday services it a. m. and 7:30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL, CHURCHES. Howard Chapel, 12th Ave., N. Sunday- school 10 a. m.; preaching services 11 a. m. Sunday; Y. P. S. C. E. 6:00 p. ra.; Rev. U L,. lmes, pastor. Union, risk University campus. rreacn- ing services at 11 a. m., followed by Sun day -school; Y. M. C. A. and C. E. meet ings at 9 a. on.; mission Snnday-school 2 p. m.; prayer-meeting Wednesday at 0:40 p. v- EPISCOPAE. Holy Trinity, S. 6th and Ewing Aves. Sunday-school 9:30; preaching services u a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday. Rev. Father Coombs, rector. Hoffman Hall. ilo.tman nan liuuuing. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; pleaching .11:30 a. m. sunaay; praise kiyu. y F T P.attv. nastor. Hannincton chapel, uouman iwii. Sundav services 7:30 and 11 a. m. and 4 -' y - t t re Till p. m. COLORED METHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHURCHES. Lane Tabernacle. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Ep- worth League meeting at 0:30 p. 111.; piayci meeting every Wednesday at 0 ociock. Kev. 1. II. Jones, pastor, No. 27 Spring street, East Nashville. B, r. l'ayne, superintendent. ,mUn.m. s.indav-school. B::W a.m. 0. K. cttapki. lTeacnina: as 11 n.m..' . r, .r 1.... .uhi i'lnaa M oof. lni?. Wednesday, 3 p.m. Bible Class. Kev. T. J. Mopplns, Pastor. Presiding Itlshop, C. II. Phillips. Presiding Elder, U.L. Johnson. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. St. Andrew, 8th Ave., N. Rev. Spencer Jackson, pastor. Sunday services n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. CUMBERLAND TRESBYTERIAN. First Church, 1507 Hamilton St J. M. ITisshon, pastor. Sunday services ix a. m. and 7:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. Lea Avenue, 713 Lea Avenue. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; preaching services 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. Sundays, C. E. 7 p. m. Sunday evening; prayer-meeting Wednesday night. Kev. Preston Taylor, pastor, 449 Fourth ave- tinp. i.nrth. (.v Sthkrt. Preachine II a. in. and 8 p. m.; Sunday-school, 9:30; Christian En deavor 7 p. m. .Eld. S. U. v-oureu, pas tor. Willow Street, S. Hill, S. W. Cor. First avenue. Rev. A. J. Lawrence, pastor, bun day service 7:30 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Clark Memorial, 308 Franklin St. Rev. Thomas W. Johnson, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; Sunday services 11 a, in. and 7:30 p. ni. Braden Chapel, 705 Georgia St. Rev. Anderson, pastor. Sunday services 11:00 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Gordon Chapel, Herman, near Prospect Rev. S. J. Jenkins, pastor. Sunday serv ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Hubbard's Chapel, Trimble, S. W. Cor. E. Hill. Rev. E. J. Guthrie, pastor. . Sunday servces n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Koscis St., nth Ave., N. E. Cor. Central Ave. Rev. E. Davis, pastor. Sunday serv ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Thompson Chapel, Walden University Campus. Sunday-school 9:30 m-' preach ing 11 a. m.; prayer services 7 p. m., Sun day University services at the Meharry Au ditorium on the second Sunday of each month- 11 a. m. Rev E. W. S. Hammond, dean. Seay's Chapei, Green Ave., Cor. Fair field. Rev. A. Phillips, pastor. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHES. McNairy Hill, Broad St. Sunday-school 9:30; preaching n a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun days. Services twice a week. Rev. Martin Slater, pastor. St. Eli, 8th Ave. Snnday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun days. Rev. Green Thompson, pastor. St. Luke, Green St. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching services n a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Rev. L,. Mason, pastor, 7 Mliler street Bethel Primitive. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching services 1:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Rev. James Bryant, pastor. Mt. Moriah, S. E. Cor. 16th Ave., N. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; ' preaching services 11:30 a. m. and 8: p. m. Sundays. Rev. N. Roach, pastor. important subjects showing the rapid advancement of the Negro In these two particular lines of endeavor. He treats, first, the folk-lore and folk- music that has been produced by the Negro. He names some very lmpor- tant people that have been lnstrumen- tal in bringing these productions to the front. He then treats on Phyllis VVheatley. Paul Laurence Dunbar, Charles Waddell Chestnutt, W. E Burghardt DuBois, William Stanley Uraithwaite and other writers of note. He takes up the stage orators and is a young autnor snouia inane au allowance for any omissions or snort comings in this effort of his, which is Indeed a commenaaDie one. 11 is Jnot to be presumed that the author at- Pleasant Valley, Eduehill St Sunday-1 - . n.-.oM,;r,T ii'in m and 8 p.m. Sundays. Rev. Henry Kwing, pastor. West iNasuvillE. unaay-scnooi 9.311 a. m.; preaching 11:30 m. and 7:30 p. m. prayer-meeting Thursday light. Rev. T. F. Thatcher, pastor. The United Primitive Baptist, S. E. Cor. Walker St., N. W. Sunday-school 93 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. ra. Sundays. Kev. Robert Estleman, pastor. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHURCHES. St. John, cor. 8th Ave., N., and Cedar St. Sundav services 11:30 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday-school 9:30 a. ni.; Christian Kmleavor 7:00 p. m.: prayer and class meet' ing Tuesday night. Rev. A. Brooks, pastor, rrsnlence 021 lackson street. St. Paul. Cor. ith Ave.. S.. and Franklin St. Sunduv services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 d. m.: Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; Christian Endeavor meetings 6:30 p. m.; class meeting Thursday night; prayer-meeting luesuay night. Rev. W. Sampson Brooks, pastor, residence 12 Kobersoii street. Bethel, ioth Ave., S. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday-school 0:10 a. m.: Christian j-.nucavur iiiccu..8 p. m.j class ana prayci-iuccmis nicht. Rev. W. B. Denny, pastor. Rasi- dence 1356 Fourth avenue, South. Trinity, 4th Ave., S., near cnestnut si. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; Christian Rndeav or 7:00 p. m.; class meeting Tuesday night; prayer-meeting Friday nigui.. ev. i. a- Nelson, pastor. ,t c.. Ebenezer, Stones Kiver lurnpiKe. omi- day services 11:00 a. m. and 8 p. m.; sun- day-school 9:30 a. m.; curistian r,uuraui 7 00 p. m.; class meeting Tuesday night; prayer-meeting Thursday night. Rev. M. J. Jackson, pastor. St. Luke, First St., W. Nashville. Sun- day services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sun- day-school 9:30 a. m.; Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.; class meeting eunesuay nns'" niaver-iiiecting Friday night. Rev. R. U. Ferguson, pastor. Kesiuence, ys w"-""1 1 avenue, North. I S.M.EM, Cor. 4t Ave., N., ana wucuanau St. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 t. in? Nundav-sciiooi 0:30 a. ui. , l-'mlofiirnr T-nn n. 111.! class meeting ThurS' ,t',T nliTi,f tir.iver-meetinir Tuesday night I. C. Edwards, pastor. Residence, Bu- ..1, ct.ppt. ni-sr Fourth avenue, North. 1'ayne Chapel, Ramsey St., near oin si. - ' - , 0 Ciiml'iv cirvirrs 11:00 a. m. and 0:00 p. m-1 Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; Christian "aeay; ' - , meetin(I Tuesday night; . prayer meeting Thursday night. Kev. - . , . r..i.i. o. w. 1 I V a art. nastor. Flagg, pastor. St. James, Mooretown. Sunday services sunaay services 11:00 a. m. and 0:00 p. m.; ouuua,-.nuu 1 n . C 1 9:30 a. m.; Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.; Rev. T. T. Gilmorc, pastor Attpv Tf.mple. Sundav services 11:00 and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday-school 9:30 a. m Phristi.in Endeavor 7 :oo p. m.; class meet ing Friday night. Rev. S. U Dodson, pastor, ,734 je.ierson . birccu xr.uii,. ST. STEPHEN, O. OU1 01., i. """" Sundav services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday services 11:00 a. m. ..u Sunday-school 9:30 , u FnTev :uo p. ., "'"""f -t t ,eo. Hfake. pastor Refidence, FiKh street c 11.,.. .... Alt Mohn ( Texas). Sundav I o.. i.i..ro, ..... x services 11:00 a. m. and e p. m.; ounuay- school 9:30 a. m.; Christian F.ndeavor 7:00 11 y.JU a. ..... ,.., T p. 111. , ii'"."6 o- pastor. Hamilton St. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 n. m.: Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; Christian Fndcavor 7:00 p. m.; class meet ing Thursday night. Kev. John Parker, pas tor. Residence, 1819 Albion street Cedar Street. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:nn n. m.: Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.; class meet ing Friday night Rev. E. Russell, pasto. Residence 2425 Herman street, ?sidence 2425 tinman strre . North CoitiCB Sfc-Snnday , m- a"d :o J;.L.ou""rrur and 8:00 p. m.; Sunday-school 9:30 a m ' v nnsriMii .1 ucavui w n a n...,i,.. ,ct, Ri.n. 26 Lincohi 1. x.u.i.a,., ---- Flat RoCK.-Sunday services 11:00 a. m. ,I a. n m- Sundav-school 0:10 a. in. class meeting Friday night Kev, Adams, pastor. ANTIOCII, 300 uencuiti ji. wjuhu. 5"-'' ices-Sunday-school 3 P- m.; Christian En- jnr f n m .: nreachine 8 p. m.; prayer rnjn,.cio iaht Upv. Lis. L. " l. "'t . r -""'11:11 luaritn. uaaiui. ji svvh MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHES. MT. ULIVE, eaar at. ounuay-scnooi y.jui a. m.; preaciun? 11:20 ami p. m. ouuua,., teachers' meeting luesnay evenmus 7-J". prayer-meeting luesday nights; preacmng on TiuW,8"r T.i VI "V" : " . Phi r; w ioaa .Tnrkon Htrt. Chnrch Clerk: T. J. Lewis. Sunday-school Superintendent. Spruce Street, 8th Ave., N. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a. in. and 8 n. m.: B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Sunday; prayer meeting on Friday wghts; communion serv ices every first Sunday in each montn. rcv. T. J. Townsend, D. D., pastor. Sylvan St.. Shelby Ave. Sunday-scnooi 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a m. anu o p- " Sundays: prayer-meeting luesday night, teachers meeting luesuay nigni; preacinnn services Friday night; u. tc. 1. u. nu.y 7 p. m. nev. Yvm. iiy..c. . residence. Whites Creek Pike r irst uaptist, oin ve., n.-ju,,., T" . A . 1 A HI V...M(. tiy, . n. I t '1(1 a TT1 llli X n ....,u;jvv ...... r- Snndavsr E Y. P. U. 7 I). m. fcunaay; nraver-meet nir Tuesday niehts; services Thursday nights; communion services every fire- tJnnav MfM VV. S. Ellineton. A. M.. " ' . - D. D., Pastor; A. P. Carter. 710 Gay street. Clerk: Mr. T. I). Crenshaw, Superintend ent of Sundav-school. tempted to cover the entire field nor to name all of the celebrities in art and literature, as it is known that later. Our office is at 447 Fourth ave the race has made splendid advance- nue, North. ment along these lines. The book 13 Call to see us. You need to read the neatly printed and substantially Globe every week. Send In for a bound. .sample copy. Send your name and ad- d-oss. Don't fail. Nashville Globe AN INVITATION TO ALL. Read the Nashville Globe. This secu lar, eight-page newspaper has a very large circulation. It is sought by the Negroes for reliable information con cerning the race. Get a copy and send it to some friend who has moved away from home for they want to know what'", going on in Nashville. The price of the Globe is $1.50 per year: 80 cents for six months; 40 cents for three months. Call Main 1989 and ask g Second, Stevens sc., or. miuge. ouuuay- school 0:10 a. m.: services if.jo a. m. an4 8:30 p. m. Sundays; prayer meetings Tuesday nights; preaching Thursday nignts; commu nion services every first Sunday. Rev. G. B. Taylor, pastor. STH. Ave. Sunday-school 130 a. ni.; serv ices 11:30 a. ni. and 8 p. m., Sunday; prayer-meeting Tuesday night; services Thurs day night; communion services every first Sunday. Kev. C K. Wilson, pastor. First Baptist, E. Nashville Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., Sunday; 15. Y. 1'. U. 3 p. m., Sun day; prayer-meeting Tuesday nights; serv ices Tuesday and Friday nights. Comma nion services first Sunday. Rev S. K. Griggs, A M., pastor. Pleasant Green, Jefferson St. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundays; prayer-meeting on Tues day of each week. J. C. Fields, A. M.t pastor, 2030 Jefferson street; T. E. Dick, church clerk, 1817 Almeda street; S. II. John son, superintendent, 1000 Tweed street Kayne Ave. Sunday-school 9:30 a. ra. services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., Sundays; B. Y. P. U. Sunday evenings; prayer-meet-ing Tuesday and preaching Thursday; com munion services every first Sunday. Rev. -,7- 7. r; c. n ... v. Mt. Zion Jefferson St., Cor. 1 ith Ave., N. Sunday-school 9:30 m.; preaching ,11:3. " v- " ow.iU. . Pa9tor- West Cedar St. Sunday-school 9:30 a. p.; services 11:30 a. m; communion services """"J- T v. v ur v..i,..:n-c...u. i-. ... ......v. Uwv.j- scuoui . m., kh.o h .ju v - v. . uuu.,. Vi.....u...u. ...i." ...., first Sunday. Rev. John Slaughter, pastoi, residence, Mt. Nebo. rAmneLB. ounuiiy-scnooi y;J a. 111., services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., Sundays; communion services every first Sunday, Rev. B. Majors, pastor, 118 Green street. 1 iabcrnaclk, otn nvc, rs. aunuaystnum 19:30 a. m.; preaching services 11:30 a. m. ana o p. m., sunaays; communion services every first Sunday. Rev. II. M. Burns, pas- tor Sixth St., East Nashville. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.. Sundays; communion services every hrst Sunday. Rev. James Tunstill, pastor, 827 North Sixth street. Rock City. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., Sundays; I ovl vto t jv .... " ft J , I ., T.,o,la.. n;nv.ic Thursday nights. Rev. A. W. Wilson, pas- i n kr' VZ MT. Bethel, E. Nashville. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; 'services 11:30 and 8 p. m., Sun- , s,v:rPo Tnrwlav nnrl Thursdav niffhts. I - J - - J J C M. Merritt. oastor. No. 20 Cowan stregt Hawkins bT. sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. bundays; weekly meetings Wednesday and l'Yiday; com munion services every first Sunday. Rev. J. c narding( pastorf 10I7 Fourteenth avenue, South. North 3D Ave. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 11:30 a. m., 3 P- m., 8 p. m., Sunysf prayer-meeting Tuesday nights; preaching Thursday nights ccs first g , communion serv- Rev. J. M. Moore, nastor. - -- MT. Calvary, E. Nashville. Sunday-school o:.io a. m.: preaching 11:00 a. m. and 8 In m p. rn., Sundays; . communion services every first Sunday. Rev. Willis Lee, pastor, 106 Bridge avenue. I Zion Baptist, E. Nashville. aunaay- school 9:30; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion services every first Sunday. Rev. Joseph Keel, pastor, ao Joseph avenue. Free silver plant mission. sunuay school at 0:10 a. m. and 8:30 . m. Sundays; communion services every first Sunday. Rev. I II. . Pennington, pastor, R. f. D. No. a. PiLCRm.-Sunday-schooi o:3o a. m.: Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8:30 9. m., Sun- - - , . days. Kev. K. JJiack, pastor. . WesT NashvilliS .Sunday-school at 9:30 U preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. I I 1 "cauujr ...K..i, F.j. . , , I tu- r..n TWmlil. Bnttnm Si.nHaT. I , ; ' ,. scnooi 9:30 a. m.; Prc-cn.ng ..:ju . .... 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion servicel I every first Sunday. Rev. K. Fage, pastor, N. ih Ave.-Sundav-school 9:30 a. m.; - t - r t I TmwUnp01rterrvg0r:Tey fSt Sunda Re KoGItg WILLIAMS UnimSlTY CAMPUS. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; a. Y. r. U. J p. Rev. A. O. Kenny, dean. AI0C1T o(S Arch St-TSunaay-school P-chinservice. 11 a. ra., I P- Sundays. Rev. S. 5. Urown, pastor. I Cumberland Vauky Baptist Chotch. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching ser tees 11 a. in. ana o p. m. no pastor. - Fostei L'hato, 103 Lewis St Sundaf 1 school 9:30 a. m.; preaching services n a. m. and S p. m. Kev. Ueorge col den, pastor. - 1 at. jonn, reari at. Sunday-school 9:39 , m., preaching 11:30 a. m. and S p. nv. I Sundays. Kev. Kirkpatrick, pastor. North Sprucs. Cor. 8th A. J Mackson St.1 Sunday-school 9:30; Breaching l,, m. and 8 n. m.. Sundavs. Stt. Tefl 1 1 urner, pastor. I,ak8 Providbnck, en J of Nolensvllt Kk ' Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching ser . . 8 sun(iaT. o-. 1 " - - - w - - f - c . Bl. I ' Tl.. C T.a. CC..-,1 .1,1 I ou....u-...n y.jm a. m., v'iuub ciy.n . m. dim m i r j lip T T p. m., ounuayx v. j. unus, por. Vine Ci.kn, and Ave., N., and Nola Pike. Sunday-school 30 a. m.; preachiaf - 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Kev. james maii, pa tor. 3 the clerk to send the paper; we can send our collector out to see you 417 Fourth avenue, North, telephone Main 19S9. FOR SALE In a very select neigh borhood on Demonbreiin street, West of McNairy street, a handsome home. No doubt the purchaser can sell ac;ain In a few months, or earlier, at a good profit. Are you interested? Then see RICHAFp HILL, the Agent, '10 1-2 Cedar street. Telephones Main 1889 and 3418.