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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
S FOB Old Line Legal Reserve Insurance Company FOR COLORED PEOPLE ONLY - 75 million whites, 300 companies for same; 15 million colored, no company for same. H. V. JOHNSON, Agent, Office 413 Cedar Stmt Nashville, Tenn. the family altar and was the young lieopies- aaviser ana a great worker m th church. Her funeral was at tended by a large crowd of both col ored and white people. The sick of our community are: Brother Joe Marshbanka and Sister Bettie John son. They are improving. -a CEMETERY NOTES. The Ladies' Embroidery Club No. 1 met with Mrs. Jennie Hartwell Thursday at 3:30 p. m. Club mem bers present were Mesdames Lizzie Rucker, Nicie Rucker, Mariah Clark, Sallle Smith, Irene Haynes, Matil da Hugle, Jennie Hartwell. The club is progressing nicely under the in structions of Mrs. Irene Haynes and Mrs. Lizzie Rucker. After an en joyable hour of intelligent work, Mr!s. Hartwell Invited the ladies Into the diiiing-room, where delightful re freshments were served. The table was beautifully decorated. After a .most enjoyab'e evening the ladies de parted to the various homes. Mrs. Sallie Smith will entertain the club next Thursday evening at 3:30 and all members are expected to be pres ent. PARIS NOTES. Mrs. C. H. Carter entertained at her beautiful home on West Rlson street Friday, September 13th, in honor of Messrs. Lockrages and De vor, of Philadelphia, Pa., Miss Wat son, of Nashville, and Prof. M. J. Johnson, of Chicago, 111. After sev eral games were played a three-course menu was served. Those present were Misses Lillian Fitch, Marion Epps, Vera? Porter, Nellie Brown, Ura and Gertrude Porter and Flor ence Watson, Messrs. Robert Wood son, Lockrages Devor Rogers, Daw son and Prof. M. J. Johnson. Messrs. Lockrage and Devor will leave for Washington, D. C, Monday, Septem- Tin: A M or 1 11 Booster Campaign is NOW ON New Members BY August I, 1913 For Particulars Write DR. J. P. CRAWFORD Nashville, Tenn. OR YOUR NEARtST DEPUTY E3 Of net rHONE M 1 889 RIS1DENCE rHONE HCM10CK I MO M! Una, Call the Other Richard Hill Ileal l'Xale-Notnry Public RKAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 410 1-2 Cadar Street Nashville, Tenn. DIC. C. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Note and Tbroat Diseases i , permanently located in hi new bnildinf in()3 Church Nl. When in Nashville KTOT AT Hold Bmiicl 7115 CViInr Slrr-el Rooms Nicely Furnished. First Class Service to All. Hot or Cold lialhs. .1. y DmiirlN, I'roi. The National Life and Acci dent Insurance Co. Nashville, Tean. Gash Capital $200,000.00 Life, Health aad Accident Ia in r a ace in one Peliey Weekly and Monthly Premium 'PI. $MiLS & a (Jib Li IN AN 3SZ ber lGth. Mrs. Lemlel Dumas an nounces tne engagement- and ap proaching marriage of her dautrhter. Porteria Elizabeth, to Mr. Robert Bridges Wednesday morning, Octo ber 2 at Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church at 10:30 o'clock Paris, Tenn. Miss Novella' Collins has returned homo from Paducah, . Ky. Mr. Free man and son, Elsie, of Paducah, Ky., spenf Sunday in Paris to see Mrs. W. J. Johnson, who is reported real sick. Mrs. Roselee Hustin lost her two weeks' old baby September the ICth. Miss Rozena Bowden is reported seri ou:ly ill. Mrs. J. S. Keliey Is on the sick list. Mrs. Henry Loving is re ported m. Mrs. S. M. Jackson is re:il sick. Mr. James Wilkins is able to be out again. Mrs. J. F. Wil liams has returned from Chicago, 111. ana lert Monday morning, the lGth to take up her school at Puryear, icnn. Mrs. l'earl Wiles has returned from Memphis, Tenn., and is spend ing a lew days in Paris en route to Paducah, Ky. Mrs. Annie Swain, of Memphis, Tenn., who has been visit ing in Paris, has returned to her home, Memphis, Tenn. Mr. John Tharp passed away Thursday, &w tember 12th, at his home on East Washington street. His remains were carried to Mansfield, Tenn., and laid to rest at the family burial ground. Mr. A. C. Crutchfleld got seriously hurt a few days ago by a switch engine in the L. and N. yard, but is able to be up again. Miss Ethel Olive, of Chicago, 111., is vis. iting her sisters, Mrs. Stamps and, Mrs. Allan. Rev. T. W. Hampton left for Paducah, Ky., Tuesday morning. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Shelbyvllle was alive last week among the colored people on account of the holding of the two colored fairs. The Progressive Fair Assocl ation held on the campu9 of Turner Normal College was a great success Prof. T. W. Tally, of Nashville, vis ited his brother, Mr. S. V. Tally, here last week. The public school opened last Monday with a very large attendance-. Quite ' a large numbl-r o parents and friends were present at the openiig. On account , of the limited number of gaugers in the Revenue service, the prin cipal, Professor J. C. McAdams, is forced to resume his work at Lynch burg until he can be relieved. Miss Willie Davis spent a few days In Nashville last week. Mr. Elbert Wooley, who hlis been in Philippine Islands for several years, it as home on a vacation. Mis9 L. Elaine Nixon entertained a few friends last Thurs day evening. Music, games and danc ing were enjoyed. Those to enjoy the hospitality of Miss Nixon were Misses Clay Porter, Joanna Mc Adams, Willie. Burkeen and Miss Taylor, Messrs. Whiteside and Par- rish. Miss Matilda Streeter, of Memphis, Is in the city. Dr. W. R. Baker, a prominent physician of Nashville, also a teacher at Meharry Medical College, visited Telatlvea here last week. Mrs. Clem Fogleman, who has been visiting Mrs. Mary Burkeen, hag returned 1 to her home at Nashville. The Bedford County colored fair was a great success this year. Tho Association being given the entire use of the fair grounds free of charge, was able to award better and more expensive premiums this year than ever before. The number of exhibits In the floral hall was larger than ever before. Misses Ethel, Lina and Sammle Daniel en tertained last Friday evening In hon or of Misses Vanoy Webster and Eva lena Barnes, of Nashville. The par lor was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns. Dancing wa9 the chief amusement of the evening. Those present were Misses Vanoy Webster, Evalena Barnes, Gladys, Anna Belle and Neela Mai Clay- boume. Messrs. ' John Barnes, Thos. I and Clarence Webster, A. J. Gill, Willie Bell, Eddie Daniel, Robert Snelling, Ernest Campbell, Merrill Wiseman. Mrs. Sallie Elliot and daughter, Miss Malissa May, have re turned to Nashville. , FORT TOWSON (OKLA.) NOTES. Mrs. C. B. Chambers, the wife of Dr. C. B. Chambers, left a few days no for Dickar.i, La., to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Battle. SMYRNA NOTES. Rortha, the little daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. J. D. Shardier, died Satur day night nnd .vs buried Mondav in the romoterv of the IT. S. or U. at Sand Hill. Miss Lona Battle is spend ing a few days with relatives and friends. Row Parker, assisted by Rev. Childress, is engaged in a suc cessful revival at Lavergno. The car- rival which began Monday night at the Baptist church, promises to be a success. SPARTA NOTES. There has teen a great deal of sick ness during the hot days. Among those that are recovering are Mrs. Lizzie Randals, Mrs. Sophia Harris, Brown, Noah B. Brewington, little Mr. George Crabtree, Mrs. Sarah Brown, Noah B. Brewington and little Fauntella M Byrn and Jaa. ShugarB. The public Bchool under the principal ship of Prof. A. J. Byrn, is progress ing rapidly. The county teachers were in toirn Saturday to draw their monthly py. Rev. and Mrs. Carmi chaol are in Davidson, where Mrs. Carrcichael is to open school.. There were no services at the M. E. church Sunday, the pastor being away Rev. I. T. Jeffei-son f:!!cd his pulpit Sua ("zy as usual nnt also preached an &M.. serron to the Baptist church Suniay pftrrnoon. Rev. Ncrrls, the new pactcr of the Baptist church, Teached Sunday morning and Sun day nlrtt to good engregations. Rev. Holder, the circuit preacher of the M. E. church, has been holding a se ries of revivals with his churches for the last few weeks and reports great success. FLORENCE (ALA.) NOTES. Fleming-Rapier. A marriage which created Interest in Tennessee as well as Alabama, was that of Miss Alcean Odella Rapier and Mr. Jno. Marion Fleming, which wa& beautifully solemnized in the presence of family and Intimate friends Mon day morning at 11:30 o'clock at the rome of the bride. After the ceremony an informal reception was given, and Mr. and Mrs. Fleming left immediate ly for Nashville, Tenn., where they will make their home. Miss Rapier, ft will be remembered, graduated two years aso from Fisk University, and won while in the city many friends who .will welcome her . return. Mr. Fleming is very popular in social cir cles. LYNCHBURG NOTES. On last Wednesday night, Septem ber 11. Rev. W. J. Hancock united Mr. Coy White and Miss Sadie Gowan in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bouse was decorated with evergreens. The bride was dressed in white silk, carrying a bouquet of ferns, roses and daisies. The groom was dressed in a black broadcloth suit. The maid of honor, Miss Ella Whitaker, wore a white satin costume. The groom's best man, Mr. Morris Eddy, wore a b'ack suit. After the wedding a four course menu was served. September 20th they will be at home on. Fayette ville pike. Miss Maggie Bonner, of Tullahoma, is the guest of Mrs. Laura Berry. Rev. W. J. Hancock baptized five converts last Sunday. The A. M. E. church will have a picnic Septem ber 21st. A large crowd from here went to Shelbyvllle last Saturday to attend the fair and meet old friends. Mr. Frank Ramsey was in Tullahoma Inst Sunday attending church. Mr. Langston Womack has returned from Monteagle. Mrs. Susan Overby is here from Petersburg. Miss Janie Lighlfoot, iho popular teacher of this place, reports a nice time at the fair. Bill Holman, the jockey, has returned home after spending two weeks 'n Shelbyville and Columbia, Mr. Reak Green was at Shelbyville Saturday. If yi'H don't lead the Globe you lose a third of your life each week. You tan sec.ire it f:ni the agent, F. Ran. 3-y, east side Public Square. Pay up your accounts and get your paper and keep up with the leading news each veek. MADISON STATION NOTES. Mrs. Calhe Shoute returned home from Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday. Mrs. Easter Jones returned home Sunday night from Madisonville, Ky. Mrs. Evie Bates and Misses Mary Lannon and Marcella Bates were the guests of Mrs. Mendie Gray and daughter, Miss Sallie, Sunday. Mrs. Evie Bates spe'nt Saturday in Nashville on busi ness, Miss Sallie L. Gray, Mr. Lem Utley, of Goodlettsville, weie the guests of Mrs. Evie Bates and daugh ter. Miss Marcella Bates, Sunday night. Mrs. Amanda Johnson, of Neely Bend, died Sunday night and was buried at Dry Creek Cemetery Tuesday. Mr. Willie Franklin was the guest of Mr. Oliver Bates Sunday evening. Mr. Ed Cantrell was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bates Sun day night. Mrs. Maggie Gee, of Eden- wold was the guest of Mrs. Hattie Gee Sunday evening. Mrs. Josie Ben ten, Mrs. Laura Denny spent Satur day in Nashville, also Miss Sallie Denny. Mrs. Fannie Chittwood is ill. Mrs. Wherry, of Edenwold, is quite sick. Misses Oliva Jones and Qirdy M. Fisher, Messrs. Walter Banks and ohnson Denny were the guests of Miss Minnie L.Dower Sunday. Rev. J. G. Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs. Gray this week. Rev. Johnson lec tured at Dry Creek Monday night. There will be a rally at Dry Creek the first Sunday in October. MURFREESBORO NOTES. The Y. M. C. A. held a very in teresting meeting at the M. E. Church last Sunday afternoon. Prof. F. G. Carney made a short address. also Prof. Armstrong. The feature of the meeting was singing by the men, an address by Mr. A. Patton, sub ject, "God Said Let Us Make Man." The address was very interesting to fact that the speaker sent , out his words with such force It" stirred the audience. Next Sunday afternoon the Y. M. C. A. meeting will be held at the First Baptist Church at 4 p. m. Mrs. Amanda Brown, the undertaker, who has heein in bed since last week with an attack of neuralgia, is convalescing very slow ly. Mr. Franklin Scruggs, of In dianapolis, Ind., left last Sunday for his home after spending one week witn ms parents, Mr. ana Mrs. josh-; ua Scruggs, of Nashville. Mrs. Maria; leastey auer spenaing a lew weeKs vacation as the guest of Mrs. Maria Green and other friends, left for her home last Monday. Mrs. T. R. Wil liams was in the city last Sunday. While here she made a trip to the country to see her brother, Mr. Ter ry Butler, also her mother, Mrs. Patsy Butler. Mrs. Mary Moore went to Nashville Monday. Little Henry Mitchell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mitchell, who was reported so sick last week, died Thursday morning. Mrs. Darcus Miller, of West End, was strlrken. with paraly sis last Sunday. Mrs. Homer Lil lard has returned after spending the summer at the springs. Mr. Bonnie Prlmmv of Nashville, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. Mary Scott has an other granddaughter. The stork left her at the home her daughter, Mrs. Brown, of Memphis. Subscribe for the Globe and send news to Mrs. Nicie Bufordat 536 East State street CHAPEL HILL NOTES. Rev. P. Hatton, pafctor of Cedar Grove Church at Caney Springs, preached an excellent sermon last Sunday night. On account of the recent fire we had a few weeks ago the meeting was held out of doors. Quite a number were present. The school at Lillards Mill began last Monday. Miss Lucretia Dinig,, pt Belfast, is the teacher. She comes to us well recommended. Prof. J. M. Baker called to take charge ot that school, but on account of his other engagements they failed to get him. The revival at Clay Hill the last week has been quite a success. Several have found hope in Christ, with quite a number of others who are seeking God's love to know. Mr. Arthur Murphey, of Nashville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Cash at Caney Springs. Lumber is now being" laid cn the ground to rebuild the church at Cedar Grove. CUNNINGHAM NOTES. The entertainment given by the W. H. and M. S. of Sulphur Spring A. M. E. Church Saturday night was quite a success, notwithstanding the heavy rain that fell. The amount realized by the Missionary Society was $10.22. It will not be very long before our annual conference will convene at Paris, Tenn., therefore the Women's Missionary Society of this church is endeavoring to make a nice report at tne conterence. Look out! missionary workers of the W. II and M. S. of Central Tennessee Con ference. You had better eet. hiisv The Women's Auxiliary Society ot St. Paul Baptist Church will give an entertainment next Saturday even Ing and the public Is invited to at iena. Hevs. F. P. Kelly and Samuel Alien preached at the . A. M. E. nurcn Sunday. Mr. Dock Rlppy veut io apnngaeld, Tenn., last Sat uiuay io purcnase a farm. Please send news not later than Monday morning for every week's 'publication io tne reporter of this vicinity, Mrs rercy u ueam. DAYTON NOTES. Rev. II. W. Strlnlinsr was In PVinf. tanooga last Wednesday attending the bedside of his wife, wh ft la vrv 111 with fever. Mrs. Lizzie Martin, of bireei, is tne guest of Miss Lucy Bass on Jewel street, this wppW Mr and Mrs. J. L. Lee entertained last Thursday night for supper Prof C H Powell, Rev. G. W. Cane, Mrs. Nan nle Houston and Miss Ella Alexander Mrs. Thurse Roberts, of Spring street, una iit-BHie franKiin and Miss Llz zie Freeman were the guests of Mrs, o. a. uroyies in Morgantown last aunaay. i he rally given at the Pres byterian church last Sundav wa a success. They realized $2.00 and In connection they had a big basket din ner. Mrs. A. Broyles, who has been maisposed for the past three weeks with a broken leg. Is still improving. Mi3s Minnie Gocden, of College Hill, is on the sick list. Dave McDon ald, on South Main street, is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. George Miller is In Cincinnati on a visit to her mother and oiner relatives. We are glad to note Mrs. Maggie Ray, who has been ill for the -past three weeks, is better. There will be a reception eiven Tues day night at the M. E. church in honor or Rev. G. W. Cane, who takes his leave Wednesday for KLoxville, Tenn., to the annual conference. PARSON NOTES. At the M. E. Church Sunday Rev. S. P. McDonald preached. The Sirs ana Daughters of this vicini ty have just returned from Jackson. where they attended the Grand Lodge ana report a good time. The day school opened last Monday week with a large attendance. Rev. E. J. Con rad Is teacher. Misses Bertha Bla lock and E. G. Yarbro passed through yesterday en route for Clifton, the home of Miss Elalock. They were met at the N. C. station by Rev. W. M. Oliver, wife and little son, Hugh. Rev. Oliver filled his appointment last Sunday at Perryville. There is going to be an Educational Congress for colored people at this place be ginning September 25th to 28. Every teacher of public instruction Is in vited and expected to attend these dates, to get new inspiration, zeal and courage from one another. We hope that others besides the teachers and preachers will dispense with their work and enjoy these dates with us. There are to be three great ball games on the 28th, fast, between Parsons and Saltillo, Jeannette and Linden, Clifton and Decaturvllle Those sick are: Mattle McDonald, Iola Huddleston, Willis Scott. LAWRENCEBURG NOTES. The Holiness people have just closed their 10 days mc-etinm which was quite a success. Rev. L. A. Mar tain, of rulaski, Tenn., Is pastor Rev J. C. Carter, of this place, preached at tin Holiness church Sunday. Rev W. M. Watts has just returned home ft, tor spending a few weeks in Mt PlnaPant. Rev. H. C. Cade nnd wife nave returned linm nftni. t.t- .i. in n gre.it revival held at Chestnrt Orove. RoV. Cade in pastor of 'tho St. - ' i ii i nn'HN i aui isapnst Church at this place. The Lawrencehurg school is movin" on nicely. The attendance is quite l;n;: Mr. F. F. Ford was her? last v.eek to visit his wife and haby After a short stay he returncl to Nash ville to enter Meharry. A picnic was given Saturday by the Lawreneohurg school children. Quite an enjoyable time wan spent. Mrs. Jim Brown, of Pulaski, is here visiting relatives. Miss Catherine Simonton and Mrs Jim Bable, of Nacnville, have returned home after spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Simantun. Their home was thrown open to friends last Monday and a lovely time was spent there in honor of their daughter. After several mu sical pieces were rendered a two course menu was served. Rev. Cruik shanks, of Nashville, preached here Sunday. a Church PENTECOSTAL CIintCIIFS. Holiness, )." Twelfth avenue, N. Sun day services 11:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. SEVENTH lAY ADVENT. oTS CHtTICH. Skvkxth Pay Aoyentist No. 2. 711 WIn tT St. Services Saturday 10 a. m. to 12 m. CATHOLIC CIRIICII. IIui.T Family. 4.1S Third Ave., N. Sun day services lu :.so a. m. THE CHURCH OF GOD. The Clinton of Goi, r34 Fourth Ave S. Sunday Kchoift) ; preaching at night 8 p. m. ; Vvilllwi; Workers' Club Tuesday night ; pi enehiiig at the river every sua day at 3 :;i( p. in. A. M. E. ZION CHURCHES. Ziox Ciitnoit SfNiuY-SoiiooL, Howerton Ave., ne.ir Fifth. Sunday services 11 a. m. aui 7 :M p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES. HiiwAitt) Chai'kl, itth Ave.. N. Sunday mhool 10 ft. in.', preaching services 11 a. nl. Sunday: Y. I . S. C. K. :)() p. m. I'MoN. Flk University Campus Trench ing services at 11 a. m., followed by Sus- ili:y-school ; . M. C. A. ana I . K. meet lugs at !) a. m. ; mission Sunday-school 2 p. m ; prayer-meeting Wednesday at tl :40 p. m. EPISCOPAL. H'-.ly Tiunity, S. (Ith and Ewlng Aves. Surulay-schodl t) :H0 ; preaching services 11 a. in. and 7 :.di p. m. Susday. IIokpman Hall, Hoffman 4 lall litiildlng. Sunday-school !) :.'!() n. in. ; preaching 1 1 :M) a. m. Sunday: praise services 7 P. in. IIanxixhton Ciiai'KL. Hoffman Hall. Sunday services 7 :.'!0 and 11 a. m. and 4 p. in. COLORED METIIOIMST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. Ease Taiikuxaole, Spring St. Sunday school 0 :;() a. m. ; preaching 11:30 n. tn ami 8 p. m. : Epworth league meeting at 1! ::w p. m. : prayer-meeting every Wednes dav at 8 o'clock. Cackius Ciiai'Kl, Church St. Preaching nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday-sciiooi, (1 :.'I0 a. in.: C. E. League, 7 p. m. : Tues day night, riass meeting; Wednesday, 3 p. in., Ullile class. PRESRYTER1AN CHURCH. St. AxDitr.w. 8th Ave., N. Sunday serv lees 11 a. ra. and 7 :3() p. m. Fihst Church. Ilelmnn street. Sun day services 11 a. m. and '7:30 p. m. day services 11 a. m. asd 7:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. Lea Avexi'h, 713 Lea Avenue. Sunday. school 9:30 a. m. : preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays : C. K. 7 p. m, Sunday evening; prayr-meettng Wednesday nigut. Uay Street. Preachtsjr 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday-school 0 :30 ; Christian En. deavor 7 p. ni. Willow Street, S. III11, S. W. Crner First avenue. Sunday service 7 :30 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Clark Memorial, 308 Franklin St. Sunday-school (1:30 a. m. ; Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. ISrapbn Chapel, 703 Georgln St. Sun day services 11-00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. (ioiiiH)N Chapel, Herman, near Prospect. Ninuay services ll a. m. and 7 :3(i p. m IlfiiHAitP's Chapel, Trimble, H. W. Cor. E. Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m. nnd 7 :30 p. m. Kohcis St., 11th Ave., N. E. Cor Central Ave. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m. Thompson1 Chapel, Walden University Campus. Kunduy-school !) :3l) a.m. ; preacu isg 11 a. m. : prayer services 7 p. m., Sun day: University services at the Meharry Auditorium on the second Sunday of each month, 11 a. m. Skay's Chapel, Green Ave., Cor. Fair field. Sunday services 11 n. m. and 7 :30 p. in. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHES. MoNathy Hill, I'.rond St. Sunday school !:3(t; preaching 11 a. m. nnd 8 p. in. Sundays. Services twice a week. St. Eli, 8th Ave. .Sunday-school 0:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. St. Lvke, Green St. Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. ; preachiug services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. Sundays. I'.etiiel Primitive. Sunday-school 0:30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Mr. Moriah. S. E. Cor. 10th Ave., N. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching serv ices 11 :3() a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Pleasant Valley, Edgehill St. Sunday, school 9 :30 a. ni. ; preaching 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. West Nashville. Sunday-School 0:30 a. ni. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : prayer-meeting Thursday sight. The United Primitive Haptiht, 8. E. Cor. Walker St.. N. W. Sunday-school 0:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. ni. Sundays. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. St. Jonx, Cor 8th Ave. N. and Cedar St. Sunday services 11 :30 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. ; Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. ; prayer and class meeting Tuesday night. St. 1'AfL, Cor. 4th Ave., S., and Franklin St. Sunday services 11 :00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.. Sunday-school 0:30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor meetings ti :30 p. m. ; class meet ing Thursday night; prayer-meeting Tues day night. IIethel, 10th Ave., S. Sundav services 11 :00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. : Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. : Christian Endeavor meeting 7 p. m. : class and prayer-meeting Thurs day night. -Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. ; Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; Christian En deavor 7 p. m. ; class meet ins Tues. day night; prayer-meeting Friday night. Eiiexezkr, Stone's River Turnpike. Sunday services 11 :00 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday-school 9:30 a. in.: Christian Kn. deavor 7:00 p. m. : class meeting Tuesday night; prayer meeting Thursday night. St. Li ke. First St.. W. Xnslivliie nn. day services 11 Mm) a. m. and 8 mmi p. ni. ; Sunday school 0:30 a. ra. : Christian V.n. ri-avor 7 Mio p. m. ; class meeting Wednes day sight: prayer-meeting Friday night. SALEM, Cor. 4th Ave.. N. ami Itm-linnnn St. Sunday services 11 :00 a. m. and 8 :oo p. ni. : Smula --school 9:30 a. m .: ChrUilan Endeavor 7 MM) p. m. : class mectlm? Thm-u. day nis'lit: prayer-meeting Ttiesilav noMit Si'ni;i, Street, 171.1 Scowl St. Sunday services 1l:oo a. m. nnd 8 mio p. ni. Suri (!::, rhonl !l a. in.: ( '.irwi ian Kmlcavor 7M"l p. in.; dnss mocling Wednesday nlulit. Pay. v.; Ciiapkl, Ramsev St., near'ilili Sf Sun, lay servl.es ll:oii n. m. and s :ou p. i,i.: .sunda."-seh.o !l :r,r n. m. : Chris' ian I :iu.'i-ii vr 7 :oo p. m. ; ,.i,Sj moeting Tues (!av nh'tit: priver tne..Ing Thursday nl: ht. Sr. ,l!i:s, Moor. town, Sundav 'sen-Ires 11 'OO a. ni. and 8 :oo p. n). : Sundav srhool 9 :3o a. in.; Ciirisii;in Endeavor 7 too p. m. Al.uw Ti'Mi'i.i:.-- Sunday son Ices tl:,io a. 111. Mini S ;00 p. in.; Snnda v-se!o,, :;;n n. in.: Christ ii-.n Endeavor '7 mm) p. in." class meet ing Friday night. Sr. S-iiTilfN. N. 'MI, St., E. a,,vi!e.- . Sunday servires 1 I :oo . m. .,,,,( s :oo n. la.: Sunday school '. ;,'!n n. m. ; christian Endeavor 7 :(') p. in.; class meeting Erl (lay night. Sr. Phillips, Mt. Xcho (Texas!. .,un d.iy services 11 :oo n. in. nnd s mio p m Sunday-school !l :.'I0 a. m. ; Christian En dravor 7:00 p. in. ; class mooting Thursday nl'.'lit. Hamilton St. Sundav services 11 :00 n in. and 8:oo p. m. : Sundnv-scliool 9:30 a. in.; Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m ; class meeting Thursday night. Ckpaii Struct. Sunday services 11 :fto a m. nnd 8 MM) p. m. : Sunday-school 9 :30 n. m. : Christian Endeavor 7 MM) p. m : class meeting Friday night. North Collrob St. Sundav services 11 MM) a. m. ami 8:00 p. m. : Sunday-school v :M a. m. ; ( hrlstlan Endeavor 7 mio p m Fiat Rook. Sunday service n mm) a! m. and 8:00 p. m. ; Sunday school 9 :30 a m. ; class meeting Friday alcht. -a- Directory AntKm'H, 3)R r.'-ii.-dirf St. Si!!'dy -, v Ices Sunday-school 3 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 mmi p. m. : preaching 8 MM) p. m. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday niyht. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHES. Mt. Olive, Cedar St. Sunday s, hool 9:30 a. in.; preaching li:20 and s p. m. Sundays; toauliers' Hireling Tuesdav eyeu ings 7:30; pra ver-meetiug Tuesday uigUu; preaching on Thursday nights; communion every lust Sunday in each month 3 p m Silicon SiKKtr, 8th Ave., jf. Sunday school at !t:3D a. m. : serving ll :3o a m and 8 p. m. ; It. V. p. M. 7 p. ni. Sunday j prayer-meeting on Friday nights; commun ion services every iirst Sunday tu each month. Sylvan St., Shelby Ave. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; prayer-meet lug Tuusday night; teachers' meeting Tuesday nitrht preaching services Friday night; P.. V. V V. Sunday 7 p. 111. First IUi-tist. 8th Ave., N. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a m and 8 p. m. Sundays- It. Y. p. u. 7 pm" Sunday; prayer-meeting Tuesday nights services Thursday nights; communion services every Hist Sunday. Skcosd, Stevens St., dir. Deluge. Bun -Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 ;m a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; prayer meetings Tuesday nights; preaching Thins day nights; communion services every tirst Sunday. Fifth Avr. Sunday-school 9:30 a m services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday : prayer-meeting Tuesday night; services Ihursday night; communion services everv first Sunday. First r'aitist, E. Nashville. Sundav school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a m and 8 p. in. Sunday; It. Y. P. V. 3 p ni' Sunday; prayer meeting Tuesday nights ; services Tuesday and Friday nights. Com munion services first Sunday. Plkasynt Gukl'n, Jefferson St. Snnday school !) :30 u. m. : preaching 11:3 a. in. and 7 :30 p. m. Sundays; prayer-nieeimg on Tuesday of each week. Kavxu avk. Sunday school 9:30 a. m : services 11 :.io B. m. and 8 p. 111. Sundays! f ', , 's"nl''.v evenings; praver-meet-ing iuesday and-preaching Thursday; com. miinion services every first Sunday. Mr. Zion. Jefferson St., Cor. llth Ave., , Sllmlll--school 9 :.",0 a. m. : preaching 11 :3o n. m. and 8 p. m. Suuduvg. West Cloak. St. Sunday-school 9:30 a m. ; services 11 :30 a. in. ; communion serv ice every first Sunday. Mr. Nhiio, N. W. Nashville. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday ; communion services every first Sunday. Fairkikij). Sunday-school 8.30 a m. services 11:30 a. ni. and 8 p. m. Sundays-, communion services every first Siaiday. Taiikuxaclk, South street. Sunday school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching services 1 1 :30 a. in. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; communion services every first Sunday. Sixth St., East Nashville. Sunday school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 :30 a. . and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion servlcvs every first Sunday. , Rock City. Sunday-school 9 :39 a. m. ; services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; prayer-meeting Tuesday . nights ; preaching Thursday nights. Mt. Hbtiiicl, E. NashTllle.-SiHidiv-school 9:30 a. ra. ; service 1 1 :3f) a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; services Tuesday and Thnrsday nights. . . Hawkins Sr. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; weekly meetings Wednesday aid Friday; communion services every first Sunday. North Third Ave. Sunday-school 9:30 a. ni. ; preaching at 11:30 a. ra., 3 p. a., 8 p. m. Sundays ; prayer-meeting Tuesday nights; preaching Thursday nights; mo. munlon services every first Sunday Mr. Calvary, E. Nashville. Sunday school 9:30 a. ra. , preaching Him. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; communion services every first Sunday. Zion Hai-tikt, E. Nashville. Sunday school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching 1 1 :39 a. in. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; communion service every first Sunday. Fri:k Kilvkk Plane Mission. Sunday school nt 9 :30 a. in. nnd 8 :30 p. m. Sun days ; communion services eyery first Sun day. Pilorim. Sunday school 9:30 a m preaching 11 :30 a. in. and 8:30 p. m.' Snn dnys Wkrt Nashville. Sunday-school 9 :30 n. m. ; preaching 11 :3() a. m. nnd 8 p. m. Tuesday night, prayer services ; Wednesday night, preaching; communion services every first Sunday. Mt. Uilkap, Trlmhle Pottom. Sunday- act 1 9:30 n. m. ; preaching ll:3f) a. find 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communlen serv ices every first Sunday. N. 1,1th Ave. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. nnri s n m days; communion services i,vpn Hrat day. Roofr Williams University Cavp Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; H. Y p p' ANTIociI. HOC Archer St H.i n il n tf 7 p. m. school 9:30 a. m, : nreachlnir servlc 11 a. m., 8 p. m. Sundays. ihmiikrland alley. Baptist Chproh Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. : nrpsrliinir services 11 n. m. and 8 p. m. Foster Chapel. 103 Lewis at.Snnii. school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 a. m. nnd 8 p. m. 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