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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1913.
4 Church Directory l'KXTlX'OSTAl. CIIUUCIIKS. Hdi.ivkss, "rr Tive'.f'h aTetmt, N. day h.ivins u. ui. ami 7 p. in. I Siin- SKVKNTII PAY ADVKNT.uTS t'lllKCH. Skvknth rAY Apvitntist No. 2, 711 Win ter St. Service NUurduy 1U a. in. to 12 m. CATHOLIC CIIUKCU. Hdi.v Family. 4.-.S Third Ave., Nv diiy services 10:80 n. m. -Sun- TUE CHl'UCH OP GOD. Tub Chi-rcii or Ood, 534 Fourth Ave., S. Sunday r-Ihh)I) : prearhinu at Bight 8 p. m. ; WIIIIsk Workers' Club Tuesday nicht : prenchliii? at the river every Sun day at 3 :'M p. m. A. M. E. ZION CHURCHES. Zion Oilmen SrxuAY-ScHooL, Howertcm Ave., ninr Fifth. Sunday services 11 a. m. gii i :30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES. Howarb Chapfii-, 12th Ave.. N. Sunday m'hmil 10 a. m. ; preaching services 11 a. m. Sunday ; Y. 1. S. C. K. 0 :K) . in. Union. Fisk University Campns rreaeh ra services at 11 a. m., followed by Sus-dav-sohool; Y. M. O. A. ana C. E. meet ings at 9 a. m. : mlssloo Sunday-school 2 p. m; prayer-meeting Wednesday at 6:40 p. m. EPISCOPAL. Hol.T Thinity, 8. 6th and Ewlnjf Arcs. Sunday-school 9:30; preaching swvlces 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday. Hoffman Hall, Hoffman Hall Building. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. in. Sunday; praise p. m. services 7 Hall. Hoffman Rnnrt.iv wrvlces 7 :30 add 11 a. m. aBd 4 p. m. COLORED METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. Lanb Tasernaclb, Spring St Sunday ichool 9:30 a. m. ; preuchliiR 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Epwortn Iaeue meetln? at 6 :30 p. m. ; prayer-meeting every Wednes day at 8 o'clock. Capers Cuapbi., Church St. Preaching at 11 a. d 1'- m ' Suaday-school, 9 :30 a. ra. ; C E. League, 7 r. m. :. Tues day ntht, class Meeting; Wednesday, i p. Ulble class. PBK9BYTERIAN CHUHCH. St. Asbbiw, th Ave., N. Bnnday serv ices 11 a. bb. aaa 7 :3 p. w. First Chubch, Helman street. Sun day sarvlces 11 a. m. aad 7:30 p. m. day services 11 a. m. asd 7:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. Lba. Atintjh, 713 Lea Avenne. Sunday school 9:8i a. m. : preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. at. Sundays ; C. K. 7 p. m. Sunday eveelig; prayer-meeting Wednesday "'i Sthfbt. Preaehlse 11 a. m. and 8 p. at.; Sunday school :30; Christian k.n deavor 7 p. m. Willow Btrkt. S. Hill, S. W. Carner First avenue. Sunday service 7 :30 p. m. MBTHODIST EPISCOPAL. Clark Mbmomai,, 308 Fraaklln St. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; Sunday services 11 a. m. aBd 7 :30 p. to. Bbabbn Chapbi,, 705 Georgia St. Sun day services 11 00 a. m. and 7 : p. m. (JoitwiN Chapel, Herman, near Prospect. Sunday services 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Hi'SBARD's Chafih.. Trimble, S. W. Cer. E. Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Koscis Sr., 11th Ave.. N. E. Cor Central Ave. Sunday services 11 a. m. aad 7 :30 p. m. Thompson CHArEL, Walden University Campus Sunday-school 9 :30 a.m. ; pencil ing 11 a. ni. ; prayer services 7 p. m., Sun day; University services at the Meharry Audltsrlum on the second Sunday of each month, 11 a. m. Skay's Chapbl. Green Ave., Cor. Fair field. Sunday services 11 a. in. and 7 :30 p. IQ. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHES. McNairy II nx. Broad St. Sunday' school 9:30; preaching 11 n. m. and t n. m. Sunday. Services twice a week. , Sr. Eli, 8th Ave. Sunday-school 9 :30 ' m nreachlne 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Snndflvs. St. Lckk. Green St. Sunday-school 9:30 'a. tn. ; preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 n. m. SunnnYH. I'.ETiiKL r'uiMiTivR. Sunday-BcUool 9:30 a. m. : preaching services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Mr. Momah. S. E. Cor. lth Ave.. N. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching sert' .Ices 11 :3() a. ra. and 8 n. m. Sundays. Pi.f-asant Valley, Edgehiii ht. Sunday school 9 :30 n. m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. m. and 8 n. m. Sundavs. West Nashville. Sunday-School 9:3 a. m. : preaching 11:30 a. in. and 7:30 :n. m. : nraver-meetine Thursday sight. THK I'MTBl) l'KIMITIVR KAFTIHT, S. E. Cor. Walker St.. N. W. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. : preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. ra. Sundays. Antkh'h, 308 Benedict St. Sunday serv- cos Smiilay-scheol 3 n. ni. : Christian mlenvor 7 :)( p. ni. ; nrelchlni; 8 :0o u. iu. : prayer-meeting Weduesduy ulht. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. St. Jon. Cor 8th Ave. N. and Cedar .St. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. : Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. ; prayer and class- meeting Tuesday nlcht. St. I'ai-l, Cor. 4th Ave.. S., and Frasklln St. Snmljrv services 11:00 a. m. aad 8:00 p. m. ; Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor aieetlna-s ( :.".0 p. m. ; class meet lnu Thursday night; prayer-meeting Tues day night, ItKTiin., 10th Ave., S. Sunday services 11:00 a, m. and 8:00 p. m. ; Sunday-school 9:80 a. tn. : Christian Kndenvnr meeting .1 p. m. ! C'n-is nd prayer-meetlnu Thurs day nlt;ht. Sunday service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundav-chool 9:30 a. m. ; ChHstlan 'n deHvor 7 p. m. ; class meeting Tues day night ; prayer-meeting Friday night. 'Kiien E7.fr. Stone's River Tarnplke. Rundftv services 1 1 :()0 a. m. and 8 p. m Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; Chrlstlas ln deavor 7:00 p. m. : class meeting Tuesday- night; prayer meeting Tuursdav night. 1 St. I.vwf.. First ., W. Nashville. Sun day survlces ' 11 :0O a. m. and 8 :( p. m. ; Sunday schoo' 1) :30 a. in. ; Christian En deavor 7 :0O p. m. ; class meeting Wednes day sight; prayer-meeting Friday nluht. Sai.fm. Cor. 4th Ave., N. and Duchanan St. Sunday services 11 :0O a. m. and K :00 p. in. : Sunds-school 0:30 a. in.: Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. ; class meetlNg Thurs day night; prnyer-meMIng Tuesday nlnht. Srovr.L Stsf.et, 171.r) Scovel St. Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Snu day school 9:30 n. m. : Christian Endeavor 7 :00 p. m. ; class" meeting Widuesday uiglit. "Pavne Chai'FL. Ramsey St., near Oth St. Sunday services 11:00 n. in. and 8 :00 p. m. ; Sunday school 9 :M a. tn. : Christian Endeavor 7 :(io p. ni. : 'las- meeting Tues day night: prayer-meeting Thursday niu'lit. Sr. Jamkr, MoorcNiwii. Sunday services 11:00 a. ni. and 8:00 p. ni. ; Sunday-sehonl 0:30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 :to o. m. Al.t.KN Tkmpli:. -Sunday services 11:00 a. m. and S :m p. ni. ; Sunday-school 1) :"n n. is.: Christian Endeavor 7 :imi ii. m. ; class inhering Frldav nlcht. Sr. Sti.i'ii'-:n. S. 'sth St.. E. N'tlivlll. Sundny services 11:(mi ti. ni. and S :im p. m. : Sundav-schnol !i :i:il a. m. : Chrj.llan Endeavor 7 :oti p. m. ; el.is tneetiii:: Fri day nlrlir. Sr. I'mt.Lit'H, Mt. Xcho (Texal.--,..un-day services 11 :do si. in. anil s n n. m. ; Siinilay-si'liool 9:30 n, m. : Christian d"iivor 7 :oo p. ui. I class nicotiii;: Thursilay liii'lit. Hamilton- St. Sunday services 11 :oo n. m. and N :H0 j.. ni. : Snnii.iy si hool '.: ::;ii a. in.: Christian Knd-nvoe V :00 p. in.; ilni iu.-,-;iiuT Tiiiii'silav r.ljlit. Ci:i'.it Si u; . --S'.indav sei-vlces 11 :0ii a. ni. and S :oo p. ni : Suinlay s. lmol 0 :3o a. in.; ('Ini-ti.in Endeavor -7:00 ). in.; class meeting Friday niiit. Vni'TII Co t rill- St. Sunilfiv services 11 'i " i . m. and S :M p. ni. : Snndav school li :'lli n. m. : tlirlstlan Endeavor 7 :ofi p. in. I i at Itiii'K. Sunday services 1 1 :oo a. in. and 8 :0O p. m. ; Suiuluy-whool '.) :30 a. in. ; clans meeting Friday nfeht. MISSIONARY DArTIST CHURCHES. Mt. Olive, Cedar St. Sundav-scbool 9:30 a. in. ; preaching 11:20 and h p. in. Suudays; teachers' meeting Tuesday evm lugs 7:30; prayer-meeting Tuesday nlglus; ireacuing on lniirsuuy niguts : commuulon every Ilret Suudny lu each month 3 p. m. oi-icti'K CTKEi:i-, oin Ave.. N. Suiidav school at 9 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 :3t) a. m. and 8 p.m.; R Y. V. U. 7 p. ui. Sunday, prayer-meeting on Friday nights; commun ion services every first Sundav In each month. Sylvan St.. Shelby Ave. Sundav-schom 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:80 a. ai. and 8 p. hi. Suudays; prayer-meeting Tuesday night; teachers' meeting Tuesday nl;ht ; preaching services Friday night; D. Y. V u. jsnnuay p. m. Fikst Baptist. 8th Ave.. N. Sundnv. school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays- Ii. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Sunday; prayer meeting Tuesday nights; services Thursday niehts: communion services every first Sunday. BBCOKD. Stevens St.. Cor. De-ln Sun. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. in. Sundays; praver meetlngs Tuesday nights: nreachlnir Thiirs- day nights; communion services every first auitHtiy. Hfth Avb. Sunday-school 0:30 a. m services 11 :30 a. ui. and 8 p. ra. Sunday; prayer-meeting Tuesday night ; services Thursday night ; couimnnlon services every first Sunday. r irst UAPTIST, B. Nashville. Sundnv- school 9 :30 a. bi. ; services 1 1 :3t a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday ; B. Y. P. U. 3 p. m. Sunday ; prayer-meeting TueBdav nltrhts : services Tuesday and Friday nights. Com- ui n nion services nrsi fsununy. I'LKASANT uiiKEN. Jefferson St. Snndnv- schaol 9:30 a. m. : preachlnir 11:30 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sundays ; prayer-meet tug on Tuesday of each week. Kaynh avb. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. : services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sundavs; B. Y. P. U. Sunday evenlncs : nraver-meet- hig Tuesday and preaching Thursdav ; com urn nion services every (irst Sunday. mt. -ion. .letierson St.. Cor. 11th Ave.. N. Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. ni. and 8 p. m. Sundays. West Ckdar St. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. ; communion serv ice every Ilrst Sunday. 4 VT. Nero. N. W. Nashville. Sunday- school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday ; communion services every (Irst Sunday. Faihfiku). Sunday-school 9.30 a. m. services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. n. Sundays; communion services every (irst Sunday. 1 abkunaclk, south street. Sunday- school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 :30 m. and 8 p. m. Sundays: communion services every first Sunday. sixth St., East NashvlHe. Sunday- school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; csmmunton services every first Sunday-. Rock City. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. . services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; prayer-meeting Tuesday nights; preaching Thursday nights. MT. UKTHKL, E. Nashville. Sunday- school 9 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 :30 a. nv. and 8 p. m. Sundays; services Tuesday and Thnrsduy nights. Hawkins St. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sundays; weekly meetings Wednesday and rrioay; communion services every nrsi Sunday. North Third Ave. Sunday-school 9 :?-0 a. m. ; preaching at 11 :30 a. m., 3 p. nt., 8 p. m. Sundays ; prnyer-meotlng Tuesday nights ; preaching Thursday nights ; oona. amnion services every nrst snnday. Mt. Calvary, k. Nashville. Sunday- school 9:30 a. m. . preaching 11 a ra. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion services everj first Sunday. Zion Baptist, E. Nashville. Sunday. schoel 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 e. m. and 8 p. m. Suudays ; coniaunlon services every first Wnnflas. r ree Sii.vkr Plane Mission. Sunday- school at 9:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Sun days ; communion services every first Sun day. Pilorim. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. . ; preaching 11:30 a. ni. and 8:30 p. m. Sun- 7" Wert Nashvili.k. Sunday-school 9 :30 n. m. ; preacliiug 11 :.(() a. m. and 8 p. ni. Tuesday night, prayer services; Wednesday night, preaching; communion services every first Sunday. MT. Uileap, Trimble Bottom. Sunday- school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 :30 p. ra. Sundays ; comuiunlea serv ices every first Sunday. N. loTH Ave. Sunday-school 9 :3 a. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. ana 8 p. m. Sun days; communion services every first Sunday. Rooer Williams Univbrsitt Camitp. Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; B. Y. P. A.ntioch. 1100 Archer St. Sundny- 7 p. n. school 0 :30 a. m. : preaching servle 11 a. ci.,'8 p. bi. Sundays. Cumberland Valmt Baptist CntiRrn. Siinday-schsel 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 a. ni. and 8 p. m. Foster Chapel, 103 Lewis St. Sunday school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 a. in. ami 8 p. m. St. John, Pearl St. Suaday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. NnitTH Spruce, Cor. Sth Ave. and Jack son St. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; prcam lng 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Lake Provides-ck, end of Nolensvllle Tike. Sunday school 9 :3( a. m. ; preach ing services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun day. Bass St. Sunday-school 9 :30 n. m. ; preaching services 11 :30 a. m. and p. m. Sunduys. Vinb Glen, 2nd Ave.. N., and Nolensvilla Pike. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.; preach ing 11 a. ni. and 8. p. m. PRIM M NOTES. DAYTON NOTES. Jlrs. Mary Brcwn, of Spring Btreet, is indisposed with rheumatism. Mrs. li. 1 llolman, on East Tox street, is recovering from a spell of fever. Miss their monthly meeting last Sunday aft-! ernoon, at three o ciocK. uev. 'i. j. 1 Lewis presided. Rev. J. B. Ridley rcd a special paper 011 "The Duty of the Sunday-school Superintendent" : tt Willia Suddath, of College street, who! Among the other speakers were Mr. has been in Lafayette, Tenn., returned last Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Thornton, who has been confined for some time, was able to fill her pew last Sunday, accompanied by her two sons, Mas ters Velton and Henry Thornton. Mr. C. L. Springs, of Pikeville, Tenn., was visiting in our city last week. Mr. James Ellis, of Morgan Town, came near losing his residence, located on Gibson avenue, by fire. With the aid of Mr. Claude Harbon and Miss Virginia Organ and Mrs. J. L. Lee the dwelling was saved. Miss Anna May Luney and Mrs. Lucinda Cole man were welcome visitors of Mrs. Minnie Foster on Quary street Mrs. Emma Gillespie was the guest of J. T. Thornton last Sunday afternoon. Dr. J. W. Wood, accompanied by Miss Endrel Garmeney, was in South Day ton last Sunday. The Epworth League, under, the auspices of Mr. W. F. Rob erts, rendered a fine program last Tuesday night. On last Sunday after noon the League organized what is known as a Junior League, with Mrs. S. A. Broylesi, Superintendent; Miss Estella Powell, Secretary, and W. F. Roberts, Jr., Treasurer. The Silver Leaf Society, which meets each Mon day night under the management of Dr. J. W. Wood, rendered a most ex cellent program. This means much to our people here. Mrs. Sallie J. Mathes is suffering with lagrippe. ft'ra. Phoebe Organ is improving aft er a spell of rheumatism. Mrs. Lucy Bass is much improved and filled her pew last Sunday at church. Mrs. John Martin, of Jewel street, was shopping at the D. & I. store last week. Mr. J. L. Lee was visiting Mrs. Virginia Cunningham last Sun day, who has been indisposed for the past four weeks. Mm. Cunningham is still Improving. CEMETERY NOTES. Rev. A. M. Bedford, filled his pul pit kt Ebenezer Baptist Church Sun day and Sunday night, and preached two able sermons. Those on the sick list are Mrs. Matilda White, Mr. and Mrs. James Rucker. Spring is ap proaching and the farmers1 are very busy getting ready for early market Mrs. Bertha King returned home from a few weeks' visit to her sister and and brother, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Howse, of Nashville. Mr. Albert Smith spent Saturday in Murfrees boro visiting his mother, Mrs. L. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Malone have returned home from Nashville. Miss Laura L. Washington spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary E. Avent. Mr.1 and Mrsi. John H. Avent and Mrs. Fruzie Vaughter spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Haynes. Mr. An thony Winrow, of Nashville, was the guest of Miss Carrie Clark Sunday. Miss Mary Avent spent Sunday with Misses Annie and Frances Haynes. Mr. Bracie Tillage is on the sick list. Miss' Lizzie Washington has been in disposed several days with rheuma tism, but is much better at this writ ing. Mrs. Sallie Smith was the guest of Mrs. Joe Clark recently. Mrs, M. A. IIayne3 was the guest of Mrs. Jen nie Hartwell. Mis3 Nora Webb is the guest of Miss Lizzie Washington. Mre. Fruzie Vaughter and brother, Mr. Frank Jamison, left for Nashville, their home, Sunday. Mrs. Kittie C. Flowers delightfully entertained the Ladies' Embroidery Club No. 1 at her beautiful home on the Nashville Pike, Thursday, March 6. Those present: the President, Mrs. Lizzie Rucker; Secretary, Mrs. Jennie Hartwell; In structress, Mrs. Irene Haynes; mem bers: Mrs. Nora Clark, Mrs. Kittie C. Flower, Mrs. Pollie Avent and Mrs. Lizzie House. Thisi is the fourth meet ing of the club this year and the la dies are getting along nicely with their work. After an hour of social work, Mrs. Flowersi invited the ladies into the dining-room, where from a prettilyvarranged able cream and cake were served. The next meeting will b with Mrs. Irene Haynes Thursday, March 13, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Fannie Jordan and children, of Murfreesboro, took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. Hartwell Sunday, March 9. Mr. Frank Jimmerson, of Nashville, was here visiting his mother Sunday. S. .11. Johnson, of Pleasant Green; Mrs. Matthews, of Kayne Avenue; Rev. Tate and Rev. R. II. Boyd. The advent of the Metoka and Galeda Mag azine was officially made at this meet ing. Twenty Sunday-schools took the opportunity to supply themselves oaV .ui. 1 111 lb occasiuu. .iiuiuuuct-'iiieui, wua also made of the special conveyance for those out of Nashville who con templat attending the Sunday School Congress; The next meeting of the Sunday-School Union was awarded to Kayne Avenue. The pro gram committee was announced to meet on the 23rd of this month at Mt Olive Baptist Church. , The Perfect Flour For Iiiscnlt.Cakes, Wafers, etc. The best on the market. All good cooks use it. LIBEIITY MILLS II NAKII VIL.L.E, REV. DICKERON PREACHES AT MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. Special to the Globe. Eiarfield, Tenn., March 10. Rev. 'G. W. Dickerson, pastor of Mt Nebo Baptist Church preached Sunday. A crowded house greeted him morning and evening. Rev. Dickerson also spoke to. the Sunday-school. The people were well pleased with the sermons and have asked him to de vide bis time with them. INFAMOUS BILL AIMED AT NE GRO SOCIETIES AND LODGES. In the House of Representatives, January 6, 1913, Mr. Thayer Intro duced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on the Post Office and Post. Roads and ordered to to be printed. A Eill making it unlawful for any society, order, or association to send or receive tJhrough the United States mails, or to deposit in the United States mails, any written or printed matter representing such society, fra iternal order, lor association to be named or designated or entitled by any name hereafter adopted, any word or part of which title shall be the name of any bird or animal the name of which bird or animal is al ready being used as a part of its title or name by any other society, fira: ternal order, or association. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be unlawful for any society, fraternal order, or association-to send or receive through the United States malls, or to de posit in. the United States mails, any written or printed matter represent ing such society, fraternal order, or association to be named or desig nated or entitled by any name here after adopted, any word or part of which title shall be Masons, Odd Fel lows, Pythias, or the name of any bird or animal the name of which bird or animal Is already being used as a part of its title or name by any other society, fraternal order, or as sociation. The district courts of the United States of America shall have jurisdiction on the petition of any per son or persons to restrain the unlaw ful use of such name as herein for bidden. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING. The Stone River Missionary Baptist Executive Board met with the Third Avenue Baptist Church, Rev. J. Slaughter, pastor with Rev. T. A. Brown, moderator in the chair who stated the object of the. meeting to the brethren in a very simple way. The following brethren were present: Revs. G. Hill, I. C. Sherron, A. W. Porter, G. B. Taylor, D. D., H. M. Burns, J. Slaughter, J. B. Ridley, II. Ausben, J. B. ETitler, H. G. Scales and E. M. Lawrence. Rev. E. M. Lawrence, J. Slaughter and T. A. Brown stated the requests of the mis sionary and Educational Baptist State Conventon, and laid the "Searcy Plan" with its modifications properly before the Board, at the same time asked the Board to make a place on their letter blank for Conventional Purposes, which was unanimously agreed to. Other matter of equal Importance was attended to after which the Board adjourned for dinner, which was pre- Quite a religious meeting was held here Sunday at Foggy's Chapel, by Rev. H. Butler, of Nashville, assisted by Rev. II. Cheatham, of Union City, and Rev. S. W. Stewart, of thia place. Quite a number of visitors were pres ent. Mrs. Margaret Waldow, of Nash ville, spent Sunday with Mrs. E. H, Foggy. Mrs. Charlotte Ivewl3 enter tained Rev. Sutler, Misses Monia Gas- eway and Bettie Chears Sunday. Mas ters A. T. and II. D. Mayberry have arrived home from Columbia. Mas ter A. T. Mayberry will leave for Kin deron'HIgh School Monday. Misses Ammonia Gaseway and Bettie Chears were the honored guests of Miss Pearl FoRgy Sui.riay an( Monday night. There was an election held at Fort Ccoper School house March 1, for trie purpoFe of electing trusters for the school. Those appointed were as fol lows: Memlanies Fred Williams, V. Tarkington. W. M. Hooks. Miss Ella llix, of Nashville, in visiting her mother, Mrs. Quoenie Wray. Mrs. Tin-; nie JoniHcn, of Nauhville. Is visitingj relatives here. The Allen Endeavor j will meet in iti usual met tin?: Sunday i FRANKLIN NOTES. Mrs. Willie Neely was hostess of the Canarlan Art Club Wednesday evening. A unmber of ladles were present. The meeting was opened In proper form with the president, Mrs. J. D. Short, presiding. Roll was called after which Bible verses were repeat ed. t BIG DELEGATION PROMISED From the report handed out by the Secretary of the Sunday-School Con gress Tuesday morning, it was learned that already reservations sufficient to fill three standard Pullman sleepers and one commodious day coach which are to make up a special Sunday School Congress train out of Nash ville June 4-9, had already been made, with information coming in daily from many Sunday-schools throughout Nashville and surrounding territory that thev are going to send their rep resentatives and desire reservation for a comfortable ride for them. The bee retary of the Congress stated that the N. C. & St. L. Railroad win nanuie the delegation direct to Memphis over their road and that tne sleepers and dav coach will go through to MusKo coo without change. He is negotia ting with a brass band to accompany them a portion of the trip. If these plans carry a special car will be put on for the accommodation of the band. ?f ia unw nnsitivelv stated that the train will consist of not less than six rnncluM. This is made possible by Knoxvine, uast South Carolina, HILARY E. HOWSE PHONE, M3UN 13 HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Wi Cm Furnich Year Hm imitt trim rrir t Kitchen W Take 14 Cd at rtnt Paymaat; Baliac weekly ar Maathkr 3&k-SQa-SQ8 BROADWAY NASHVILLE" TENN, Have you tried our new drink? ERETTE ? (NONINTOXICATING) A Woaderfnl product of the Brewing -Art. On Sale by the Glass and Bottle at Soft Drink Stands. Bottled also for Family Use. Delicious. Healthful and Nourishing ftlADB ONLY BY The Wm. Gerst Brewing Company. t Y X Y X Y Y Y r Y i pared by the ladies of the church. They toad prepared an excellent and bountious dinner whidh. the members of the Board enjoyed to the highest Rev. G. B. Taylor Bhowed himself very efficient as a speaker taking the members of the Board and the ladies of the church in realms of ecstasy with his flights of oratory. Rev. J. B. Ridley was called upon to Tespond on behalf of the Board. Rev. Ridley with many choice words which he seemed to have had stored in his vocabulary for thia occasion. FROM SPLENDID REMEMBRANCE THE BRANSFORD REALTY PANY TO ITS COLORED TRONS FOR THEIR LOYALTY. In recognition of the loyal and ef ficient services which have been given the Bransford Realty Company-by a great number of its customers who have been directly instrumental In selling property for them during the year 1912, a chance was given each to draw for a beautiful lot in the Fisk University Plan on Marmion Street There were duplicate tickets issued. The purchaser getting one and the other placed In a locked box, which was not opened until Thursday at 8 o'clock p. m., at which time the box was unlocked and one ticket taken therefrom by a disinterested party and the party holding the numbered t'eket corresponding with the num ber on the ticket so drawn, was awarded the lot Walter Whlttaker, who bought from the Bransford Realty Company on Cove street, was the lucky drawer and the lot will be deeded to him abso lutely free without cost' The Bransford Realty Company is to be complimented for remembering so beautifully the past favors of their loyal customers, and also for the fair and honest methods In conducting tneir business, but few people know that the Bransford Realty Company has upward of 2,000 colored people living m nomes that they built, which is a self-elvdent fact that they are treating their customers fairly and giving the colored people of Nashville a chance to own their own homes. Every one who is desirous of mak ing a purchace of a home should cer tainly figure with this concern. There is nothing thAt speaks in higher terms for the Company's fair dealings tnan the fact -that more than 100 of their customers were directly instru mental In selling the Bransford Realty Company's property to their relatives or most intimate friends during the year 1912. DAVIDSON COUNTY TEACHERS. , Davidson County Teachers held their monthly Association last Saturday at. 10:30 at the Courthouse with chairman R. G. Rideout in the chair. After devotionals the follow ing program was rendered: Hygiene of feeding was discussed, led by Prof. J. E. Hull; Physiology, led by Mrs. N. Ross. A quartete, Davidson County Glee Club; a strong lecture was delivered by Prof. J.-W. Work of Fisk University on eduoatlon and the educator. Superintendent An derson made some remarks to the Asociation of much importance to the teachers. Mss Moore of the city schools was present and addressed the body concerning entertaining out of town teachers during Middle Ten nessee Teachers' Association. Program tox April 5th, 1. English Superintendent W. C. Anderson; 2. Sanitation, Prof. J. E. Hill; 3. Dins more, Prof. W. R. Davis; 4. Music, State Normal Glee Club; 5. Lecture, Prof. Thomas Caruthers. Adjournment Nashville Offers Opportunity. at r:P.n o'cloik p. in. The teachers' tho assurances in at. nr 1 ci,T-.r.ril.t..r.1..ntI r.t O , 1 V.o ) l f r.h nr.l ' Tl '11 II I S fi(H Virginia, i.t.;!,. t.r , f..: Wirth Carolina. North Florida, Geor i.-.,,. ..ni i... i,...i i nn,i cimltanooea will join l.il-ll I. V Itn U 111 LM - llll 11'IU'lll ' , , . , . t.-. M ,.l -rr, ,1. . ! Volivilln nonnlo. It iS alSO StatCU '..'It' ill ..'LiiW. IHIU II 111 Hill I I ' ' nrer.ont s to all the munis. Mr. Kam-!tl",t- ml Criner is nt home. Ho linn horn 'Riven in in I. , ,11.1,1 ....li., ..1.11.. Mill! TlOTl tl ! 11 t.H ,7 , , ... ., ... ... , i ,.,., ,..11 C nrrnneemonts lor the their cousIm Saturday, Miss Mary AV'- departure except a few mino. actaus. ecm the uted large orders Have aireaoy ihth for Sunday-school congress n nil badges. 'lius Mr. Kaiiy Stewart, of Leathcr- woml, spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Stewart. Mr. V. V. Vassy is vn tlu. slok lift. We all realized this being March by its severe breeze. Everybody read the Globe. SPLENDID MEETING OF SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Uev. Phillips, of the Fairfield Bap tist Church, his superintendent and a larire number of the membersh p welcomed the Sunday-School Union in FORT WaTne j fs. ii I ( N. .pcoRiA I UnlU X - ! ind ! -. X t SPRINGFIELD I I f 0AYT0N II INOiSNAPOL'Si ' ill 'VCE HA'JTt RICHMOND . ILL i I ft"?' .J . M Ml --APOf,ysMOUTH fciST. LOUIS il X ''' i A I V v MO. Cx" WFA W V y A 'l KNOLLC N C ARK. !Ct ASHEVIUC 7" ' l i """f SPARTANBURG x ' tvv vCREENV,LLe 7 " ' T iA S C - ' atlanta X V ' jf C.i,Y.iGHAM AuJuSjTA WiXx j y JAI.X30.M MCKIDIAN ' MONTGOMURY jCOLUMBUi 'rtO'U i The Gily (hat presents (he most suhslanlial evidence of (he Progress of fifty year's Emancipation. , L-