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one. First by putting in their appear
ance at Sunday school at a. in., ana
at the 11:30 a. m. services and the
night service was a record-breaker.
Collection was very encouraging.
They gay Dr. Moore was at bis best
last Sunday at each ot the services.
Rev. Washington was seen by the
writer early .Monday morning and he
appeared to be all smiles. lie in-
iortned us that Sunday was one of
tbOBe Holy Ghost days with him 1
his people, lie reports that his peo
ple have taken on new life as never
before during his stay with them.
Quite a number communed at the al
tar. Collection for the day was far
in excess of that ot the previous Sun
day. There was also an entertain
ment Riven by the members of the
Baptist church lust Saturday niht; it
proved to be a success in every par
ticular. This church, as you know,
has some ot the greatest workers In
the city, such as Mrs. Allison, Mrs.
Currle and Mrs. Currie, Jr., and
others that space will not permit at
this time to mention. V'e are In
formed that there is to be a union
rally with the M. E. and
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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1917. ' '
7 ' ! "71 oitici, officb Houas.
it seemed as if you could see and
hear the rich man in hell and see
Lazarus in the bosom ot his father,
Abraham. Long before the speaker
concluded it was clear that he had no
doubt, at some previous date, given
this subject some careful thought.
This was a great service, the reBuit
ot which will be seen after many
days. Quite a larse and appreciative
congregation was present. Collection
tar above the average for this congre
gation. There was a grand Eureka
i. i,npnlntr fi-nm tier lllnm. We I nnn rH invited. The B. Y. P. U. Ot
BUll ID im,'.v....r - - . ,
hope she will be able to fill her place : oak Grove Baptist Church extends
the 17 at the home ot Sister Laura s standing Invitation for members.
Voorhies. The weekly meetings are being held
. I at the church at 6:30 p. m. There
Remember our soldier boys the j Thanksgiving services at Mc
17th. They must fight for us. Co to Temple at eleven and eleht
Ryman and hear he smoera. on TnaMvlnR Day. The
MARTIN many friends of Mrs. Francis Milner
- ' ri.v fnr the were very much surprised Sunday
church goers ot Martin. Revs. Dor- evening when she and Mr. William
ren. Peoples. Boyd and Young were i Murphy were united in matrimony
at their .posts and each preached to! by Rev. R. H. Ponies. Rev lb H
the delight ot their people. This , Boyd, pastor of Miles Chapel C. M.
was Rev. Boyd's last sermon for ; k. nurcn, wouuu mi mo
the conference year. iV trust the j work on Sunday night, and will leave
nf,o win rotnrr, him na the for the annual conference at l nion
(tAVIUU. A 111-. I a n t fs uis - . a
entertainment given by the members ! at their .posts and each preached to ! by
ot Brown Chapel Saturday night
with untold success. Mrs. Stubble
field was the one to hold the lucky
ticket and she received the prize
which was a nice basket ot fresh
groceries. Dr. J. G. Robinson, presid
ing elder of the Knoxvuie uisirici
,.h..a.AKAa or in hottpr condition i Ciitv. Tenn.. which -convenes ea
Tferember 5th. All hope he
Wlta lUU lirjiucD Ui tuo bu"l'v' v ... j ,
they have been for years. McCahe ; mav return. Mrs. moiue uum ..i
Temple was visited by some of the i this -city haa returned 'home from
, 13 .f.X. , r..rn leadlnr white iele of thn tov.m 1 Mounds. Ill . where she spent a rew
OFFICII OFFICII HOUBSt
1 CWar Stn Wlirlailtl'.
TUtkM Mua IBl I T . m.
DR. CRAWFORD C. HARWELL
rmSlUAN AND 5UBSBON
iJM 1111 M HuUlaa S(.
Pk... M tM NASRV1LLB.T8NN.
m ill hi In mm Ml V lUK 7 St nrl 9 tO . WBy
hold his first quarterly conference.
am and in "the dt, a 7-30 p m. isunda? afternoon. Among them days with her husband. Mr. Robert
ComeworsnrpwVtLn Mr. J. T. Perkins of the N. Cjnavett rort. . .
occasion. Dr. Robinson is one of the 1 and So. Louis R. R, Co., who spoke return from the District Steward s
leaders in the A. M. E. Church. If in high terms of the church work meeting of thn Memphis District,
vnn flonlit it. watch the columns of the 1 and efficient service rendered by the I which iwns held in Dvershure last
Baptist "a m k tmnprs nffer the General 1 ,i,nu(ra Hv. R. A. Dwell who was 1 week with Dr. W. R. Smith, District
in h- r.m Th i churches on the third Sunday for j Conference of 1020, anil I hope he ; al,r,0itcd on the committee with j Superintendent, presiding,
in me neia. ini I their pastors, that they may have a will fou,i amonK th0 bisho-.s of Uev ,, ,, pecl)!es and Prof. A. M.
this great church. Hark! Listen. Ijihop to look after the coal situa
fiat anoui niai: mure ui
ofTnrf nn tlin third Sundav to holn
I taught by Dr. Washington, one of the ,hp ,m.tor Ti,fi H.k are nil ronvn-
i staunch members of Browns Chapel. ies.tin nr Washlnt-ton is sucli a,
I This heins the first Sunday, Rev. i ,, ",, n.i. .wmr thnt nil the
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Weekly and Monthly Premium
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on by selling it to people of your coil ' Chapel A. M. E. t hurch is all smiles
mnnitT u .km.i i- i i at this writing. Sunday school was
The song is written about an Idea
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3C38 State Mreot, Chicago, 11.
We are indeed glad to have the
reading public to know that we are
Btill on the map. This Is a nroKivs-
sive city wun its loyal ana industrious i hack again. They
v.iue-awaKe people. As a proof ot I Brown's Chartol at 6
I Boddie with Shellio Isble, one of his
: ollicers, was out early gutting them
) selves in shape to make the trin to
j one of his churches in the country.
The Reverend reports a glorious da
spent in the country, lie was seen
on t!ia way hack with meal and meat
and a nice collection. He is due out
there the third Sunday in this month.
Those people In the country are as
loyal ami kind as can be, so much so
that the Ileverend is tiptoeing to po
p. ni and to
una statement one would only have their ulad surprise they found the A
to stop on in tins city tor a few hours j j. E. League in session with that
and start, if you please, out on South most efficient teacher, Dr. Washing-
3 first class ,riniera 3
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Mme. Margurite Ogleton
700 TurlonSt. N.hiUe, Tn.
High and as you advance toward the
city going north, cast your eyes on
both sides of the street anil behold
the beautiful homes which none but
industrious people can have. And
then, if you please, leave the court
house square park going out East
Main, beginning at the overhead
bridge j?oing a halt or three-quarters
of a mile on both sides of the street
until you reach the river at the ex
treme east end of this section of the i
city and you would readily say that j
the half had not been said by the j
writer. We venture to say there Is
not a city of its population anywhere
in the state where as many colored
people own their homes as is the
case in this city. This seems to be
the center for teachers and preachers.
We have ten or twelve teachers liv
ing in our midst, who are here every
Sabbath working in one or another of
the churches. We are blessed with
the presence of seven or eight pas-
I tors, three of whom are pastoring in
the city; the others are working in
the pastorate in adjoining fields, but
this is their headquarters. We are
reliably informed that the ministers
of this city and surroundings are
preparing to organize a Ministerial Al
liance and will then have their regu
lar weekly meetings. If this be true,
it will add very much to the instruc
tion coming from the different mil
pits. Rev. 'Moore reports that Sun
day being the first Sunday, his people
tried themselves in more ways than
ton, in charge. Subject, "Self-Control."
It seemed that everyone pres
ent was deeply engaged in the lesson
and great results were obtained. At
7:30 p. m., Rev. Boddie arose and an
nounced as a text the 16th chapter of
Luke and a part of the 25th verse,
"Son, remember." Subject, "Prayer
meeting in Hell." For forty minutes
tion in the town. Dr. W. R. Smith,
District Superintendent, stopped '.
over in our town to and from Sharon '
w here he held his quarterly meeting. ;
Hro. Carett, the district Steward oi
McCabo Temple, visited the district
meeting at Dyersbuig last week and
reported a good time. Mrs. Mattie
Roberts left last week for Cleveland,
Ohio, to join her husband. Airs.
Mollle Rushy was called to Mounds
, to the bedside of her husband. Mi""
Rally of Brownsville has been elect
ed to fill out the unexpired term of
jMrs. Iyawler in the ciby school. Mr.
'and Mrs. Hoy Phelps are all smiles,
j It's a baby boy. Mother and son
! are doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Will
i Gilbert have returned home after
Go to Ryman Auditorium Dec. 17th
and help Negro soldiers.
f'dlis are about, able to be ont again.
V.'e are indeed proml nf him but If
he continues to administer such .good
iiiofMf Ine bis business wil get so
small that he will be compelled to
carry his bride-to-be out on that
splendid farm of his and help him
raise pigs, chickens, turkeys, etc.,
of which our racx stands so much in
need. Doctor is a hustler. Read the
Globe. It is one of the leading papers
of the day.
Some mother's boy will be helped
by your effort Dec. 17th.
RREXTWOOD several months visit in Indiana. We
Mrs. Wilbera Hayes gave a dinner are glad to have them back. Rev.
Sundav in the honor of her; pastor, H. A. Dowell. Mrs Jane Shephard
i r o niivto Thimo who were were the guests of Mrs. T. B. llus-
nrosnnr wp.tp: Mr. and Mrs. John u.v ounuay. ivuss . uuiww.v
Owens, Mr. Oscar Owens, Mrs. Laura
Hunt, Mrs. Ama Cell Brown, Mr.
Henry Hunt, Jr., Mrs. Nettie Casie,
Mrs. Nora Walker, Mrs. R. E. Hunt,
Miss Helen Hunt, of A. and I. State
' ,li,ntnl iUa T7nwrrrh T.pnmin Rprvfces
Sunday evening. Topic, "Partner
ship with heart and lips." Prof. W.
If. Foster is in the city with his
show. Rev. R. Oreef and daughter,
DR. AND MRS. VM. P. SAUNDERS.
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Saunders
after having spent some time abroad
visiting some of the West Indies and
: mi'i-al cities in lirazil South America
have returned to this country. Owing
to existing war conditions their slay
:;lr ii-'il was much shorter than they
!i;vl anticipated. Alter remaining in
the city a lew weeks visiting their
parents. Uishop and .Mrs. 1. U. Scoit,
they have returned to their home in
llirmingham, where the doctor has
resumed his practice. They expre.-s
themselves a3 being delighted witn
country of Brazil.
Reit e vwC A ' T A R R H off
IM.om.- M. R-IS-I
We are the largest
Hair. Our latest
boelc showing new
styles in hair
dressing tent lrce.
Every colored wo
man Bhould have
one. We sell thou
sands our hair and
toilrt articles. (Sat
or money back.
We make the best
solid Brass STRAIGHT-
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SN1A BAIK fOMPANY.
rars now, Now York Ci-j
Normal, spent Thanksgiving with her Mrs. F. B. Saunders, were called to
grand-mother. Miss George A. Wood the bedside of their son and brother
and Miss Grace E. Voorhies of Wal- nt Bessie, Tenn. The Gospel Feast
den University are progressing fine. n the. wilderness will begin at Oak
Mrs. Oscar Owens, Mrs. R. E. Hunt, Grove Baptist Church of which Rev.
Mr. Walder Giberson. Mr. Melvin R jr. peeple9 is pastor, Wednesday
Green. Rev. J. T. Blackman, Miss rL,Rhti w,u cioge Sunday with a
Birdie Watkins, Misses Irene and , . d rally Mr Bin Murphy and
Helen Hunt, and others were present
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
of College Grove, Tenn., Thanksgiv
ing and report a delightful
time. Rev. W. B. Crenshaw, the pas
tor of the M. E. Church Is slowly im
proving. The Ladies Guild, met at
the home of Sister Kittly Hill. Open
ing song, "At the Cross." Scripture
reading from the fifteenth chapter of
St. John. Song. "Standing on the
promises," prayer by Bro. S. B. Leek.
Twenty members answered the roll
call. Collection. 1.05. Remarks by
Bro. S. B. Leeks, and others, after
which a three course menu was Berv-
el. Dr. S. N. Utley filled the pulpit I Church at 3 o'clock p.
Sunday night on the account of the; and a good attendance.
Mlrs. Francis iMilner were married
Sunday night, Rev. R. H. Peeples of
ficiated. Miss Johnnie Mai Saun
ders is on the sick list. We are
having a deal of cloudy days in our
city, but services are being well at
tended and much Interest Is mani
fested. Rev. Peeples of Oak Grove
Baptist Church filled his pulpit at
eleven a. m., and at 8 p. m. Sunday.
Rev. R. A. Dotwell delivered an en
joyable sermon at 11 a. m., Sunday.
Subject,- "Josus Is mine." Everyone
was snirituallv urolifted. There was !
general class meeting at the M. E.
At 7 o'clock
castor's Illness. We are very glad the Bpwortn League convenea. ine
that our president, Mrs. Mamie Frle-i League Is growing In spirit and every
31155 IN CHANCERY AT
STATE UF TENNESSEE.
Office Clerk and Master Chancer)
November the ibtn, iyi7.
P. F. Hill et al., Complainants
Levy Davidson, Administrator, et al.,
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause that the Defeadants, Levy
Davidson, Administrator of the estate
of Bettie Reynolds, deceased, Isaiah
Davidson and Josle Boyd are non
residents of the State of Tennessee,
and cannot be Berved with the ordi
nary process of law ;
It is therefore ordered, that said De
fendants enter their appearance here
in on the Third Monday in Decem
ber next (1917), it being December
17th, 1917, and a rule day of said
Court, an plead, answer or demur
to Complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to
them and set for hearing er parte,
and that a copy of this order be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks m
the Nashville Olnbe.
Clerk and Master.
By C. H. SWANN,
Denutv Cler kand Master.
Solicitor for Complainants.
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