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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1918.
- The Tennessee Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, which was In session at Gordon Cha pel. October 3-6, was one of the best ' entertained Conferences in the his tory of the church. Bishop Bristol of Chattanooga, Tenn., made the following appoint ments: Central District, J. B. Booth, Sup erintendent. Anes, J. W. Wade, Clifton Circuit. W. C. T. Travis, Cumberland Fur nace Circuit, S. P. McDonald, Dick eon, J. W. Richmond, Dover, to be supplied, Farmington and Peters burg. E. J. Keddick, Franklin and Spring Hill, A. B. Thompson, Howard and Cooper's Grove, A. J. Whittaker, Lawrenceburg and WeBt Point, S. T. Miller, Lexington, C. C. Teague, Mansfield and Paris, to be be sup plied, Paris Circuit, to be supplied, Selina Circuit, to be supplied, Spring vllle, to be supplied, Waynesboro, G. A. Sanford. Cumberland River District, J. D. Cbavls, District Superintendent. Cherry Valley, E. F. Carter, Cook ville and Algood to be supplied, Dec herd, J. M. Huddleston, Gallatin, E. J. Guthrie, Gordonsville, Wil liam Neal. Hartsville, H. E. Er wln, Lebanon, Azarlah Ranson, Leb anon Circuit, A. D. Butler, Liberty and Alexandria, J. F. Neal, Living Hton, to be supplied, Manchester, to be supplied, McMinnville, J. 0. Dixon, McMinnville Circuit, to be supplied, Mitchelville, W. L. Denton, North Lebanon, to be supplied, Sparta, J. S. Nance, Sparta Circuit, to be sup plied, Stonewall, to be supplied, Tul Jahoma, H. P. Belcher. Memphis District, T. W. Johnson, District Superintendent. Alamo station and Hudson, T. B. Blackman, Atoka Circuit, A. L. Nel son, Blnghampton, S. P. Walker, Caplevllle, E. D. Taylor, Dyersburg Circuit,- B. J. Meredith, Friendship Circuit, J. S. Hughlett, 'Gallaway Circuit, to be supplied, Humboldt, to be supplied, Kenton and Sharon, J. H. Walters, Martin, R. A. Dowell, Mason, J. E. Ford, Memphis, Centen ary, J. H. Thompson, Memphis, War ren Chapel, H. P. Gordon. Nashville District, J. H. Ellis, District Superintendent. Brentwood, W. B. Crenshaw, Dil ton and Caineville, J. R. Gray, Flat Rock, W. E, Mitchell, Murfreesboro, T. W. Davis, -Murfreesboro Circuit, J. T. Patillo, Nashville: Braden, D. T. Burch, Clark, J. W. Wells, Eleventh Avenue, S. M. Strayhorne, Hubbard, J. W. H. Barham, Gordon and Mis sion, J. W. Satterfleld, Seay, F. N. Collier, Smyrna, .Miles Williams, Thompson Chapel, to be supplied, :Nolensville, to be supplied, Shelby vllle, J. A. W. Moore, Shelbyvllle Cir cuit, G. A. C. Hill, Springfield, S. M. Carmlchael, Springfield Circuit, E. F. Douglass, Stone River Circuit, to be supplied. Special Appointments: J. C. Sher rill, Field Secretary of Board of For eign Missions. Member of Seay Quar terly Conference. S. M. Utley, Profes sor In Meharry Medical College. Seay Quarterly Conference. J. P. Price, Conference Evangelist, member of Hubbard Chapel Quarterly Confer ence. Edgar Hall and C. M. Law rence left without appointments to attend some of our schools. William Harris and J. W. Sebastaln given leave of absence. CITY ITEM. Wesdames Elizabeth 'Morgan and Carrie Davis Hicks, of Terre Haute, Ind., are in the city domiciled at the Gantt Quino School, 636 Fogg street, where they are taking the complete course im the Quino System of Beauty Culture. Mr. J. C. Napier is in Hubbard Hos pital, where he has undergone a suc cessful operation. His faithful wife ts al his bedside and on Tuesday of this week he was reported to be much improved. Mrs. Hattie Sargent Gilmore, of Columbia. Tenn., is convalescing from an operation at the Millie Hale Hos pital, where she has been for the past three weeks. She is the wife of Licit. Gilmore, now somewhere in France, iMr. H. D. Mayes of Campbellsvllle, Ky., was in the city last week on a visit. He was the guest of Mr. Ellas Tate, of the training camp out . at Flsk- University. Mr. Mayes is an active Sunday school worker and was on the r.icntlon commit -e hlch entertained the secretary of the Sun- day School Congress on his recent trip to the Blue Grass State. (Mr. Mayes was en route home from Brunswick, Ga. Mrs. Albort I mi ker of V'.'i Twplfh avenue, N., who recently underwent an operation at McMillan's Infirmary, Is able to be out again. SIX O'CLOCK DINNER Miss Amanda Rucks of 620 Sylvan St., entertained at a six o'clock din ner Sunday, Miss Marie Price, Mr. and Mrs. Woodson, Mr. Henry Halley, Mr. Caruth and Mr. P. G. Baker. A delightful menu was served. Music and games were enjoyed until a late ' hour. . Te guests deDarted after r" ' spending an enjoyable evening. Mrs. Joseph McGavock of Chicago, ' if ter a very pleasant visit with ' mends in the cities of Brownsville, Lebanon and Goodlettsville, Tenn., will leave thin wppV via Tndlnnnno- ' lis and St. Louis. . SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. Mrs. Myrtle Halley of 59 Lafayette street,, received a letter from her husband, Mr. Napoleon Halley, who is now "Somewhere in France." He Is enjoying good halth and likes France very much. GREER TRAINING SCHOOL NOTES. Greer Training School located at Greenville, near Denmark, has ia strong faculty this year and the school is doing a great work, fitting young Negro men and women lor future life. Its graduates do a good work wkerever they are located. For information write A. SAMP'SON BROWNE, Prin., Greer Training School, Denmark, Tenn. - Masters Rufus and John Wesley Williams III of 129 Green St., spent ttai week-end with th&lr grand mother, Mrs. Millie Williams, 628 Llachoy Ave. Mr. CUrtis-Miles of 83 Maury St., Iisi Antornrl Ktnto Normal tn talra p special course. He expresses nun lfes as enjoying school life. WOMEN. GIRLS, FEED Thousands are ELQSO HAIR GROWER 1121 N. Whiter St. St. Louis, Mo. Send all orders by Money TEDDY ANSWERS WILSON'S APPEAL. (Continued from page 1.) Mr Roosevelt criticised the general courses of the administration through opt the war, declaring: "If Mr. Wilson had reauy meaui iu disregard politics he would at once have constructed a coalition, non uartisan cabinet, calling the best men of the nation to the highest and most Important offices under him, wunoui rfiirard.to nolitics. He did nothing ot the kind. In the positions most vital to the conduct of the war, ana in iu positions now most important in con nection with negotiating peace, he retained or appointed men without the slightest fitness for tne periorm- ance of the tasks, whosse sole recom mendation was a supple eagerness to serve Mr. Wilson personally and to nerv.fi Mr. Wilson's party insoiar as such service benefited Mr. Wilson.' Contrasting the Presidents appeal with Lincoln's outright refusal, evea in the darkest days of the Civil War, to apply any party test to fitness for office, the Colonel said that Lincoln "appealed to all loyal men ot all parties and asked that candidates for Congress be judged, not by the stan dard of adherence to his personal ad ministration, but by their uncondition al support ot the war." Election of a Republican Congress, the Colonel continued, would be un derstood abroad as meaning that the pro-German and pacifists ana coisne vists and Germanized socialists could no longer be counted upon as efficient and tortuous tools, that the fighting men and not the rhetoricians were unnnrmost. Mr. Roosevelt mierpreieu wo President's reference to the anti-Administration" attitude of Republican members of Congress as based on their "demand that inefficiency, waste and extravagance be. remedied" in the war conducting departments. "Need American Congress." The former Pressldent asserted "that what we need is an American Congress, a Congress of straight Americans and not a Congress of rubber stamps." "We Republicans pledge ourselves to stand by the President so long as he stands by the American people and to part company from him at any point where in our Judgment he does not stand by the people," he said. 'This is the people's Government, this is the people's war and, peace that follows shall be the people's peace." Quoting a press dispatch to the ef fect that Republican Senators such as McCumber, Nelson and Lodge are as "highly thought of in France to day as are the American generals," Colonel Roosevelt declared that "nine times out of ten this administration has never led the people," has been reluctantly forced forward into ac tion by criticism against which it has violentlv protested," and "has sullen ly and sometimes maliciously Bought to puniRh the men who by their truth telling have forced it into ac tion." "In a word," the Colonel said, "the Democratic party, under the lead of the Administration, has carried parti san politics during the last eighteen months to an extreme never before known in this country In a time of war, as among local upholders ot the war it has come dangerously near creating a condition of one partylsm. "The test insisted upon has been, not loyalty to our allies and hostili ties to Germany, but adherence to the Administration," he declared, adding that President Wilson's re quest of October 14 that citizens should subscribe to the loan, but "leave to the Government of the United States and of the Allies the momentous discussions initiated by Germany" could be interpreted as meaning that they "should both put up and shut up." Criticises Army's Work. Colonel Roosevelt asserted that "it the Administration had used with moderato efficiency the results ot lavish genefoslty ot Congress our armies and the Allied armies would have been doing last March what they are actually doing now in Octo ber." After asserting that this war must be put through "to our last man and our last dollar," the Colonel de clared that "we should accept no peace not based on the unconditional surrender of Germany and her vassal He asserted that the President's latest notes had placed him in such a position that he had either to "sac rifice America and humanity or to re spond in such a manner as to stul tify his own diplomacy and repudl ate his own implied offer. "It was not a pleasant thing tor ' M ... . . J ,L. America that he should have put him self and the nation behind him in the position of inviting a proposition which, when accepted, he repudiated," declared the Colonel. "For the very reason that It abhor Germany's trick ery, treachery and bad faith, I am most anxious that Americans shall not imitate her in these matters." Asserting that peace would be set tled, not by the Pressldent alone, but by the President acting in conjunc tion with two-thirds of the Senate, the Colonelcontinued: "When it comes to the peace nego tiations we should emphatically repu diate the famous fourteen points an nounce! by the Preoident last Jan- uary. One of them he has repudiated himself and the remainder are either YOUR HUNGRY SCALP Being Fed with ibe PRICE 50c lER BOX Once Tried, Always Used If you ore to be real 1 s ccssful, your work must be con genial. The EIoso System Provides a chance for you. It is my business to secure outhe position you di starve Years of experience in this Work should convince you of my fliciency and reliability. System taught by mail or at College, diplomas to graduates Agents wanted every where; write this day while you lliink of it. ELOSO HAIR GROWER Manufactured mXy ky Madam J. Nelson, President EIoso College Co. Order to EIoso College so mischievous that they ought to be repudiated without further deQui toin, or else we should insist on hav ing them defined in order to know exactly what they mean. They have been greeted with enthusiasm by Germany and by all pro-Germans on this side of the water, especially by the Germanized societies and by the Bolshevists of every grade, and for this reason good Americans should regard them with suspicion. Nash ville Tennessean. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH Now since the Tabernacle Baptist Church like all the rest of the churches of the city has had to close down their services since the First Sunday in this month because of the request that was made by the city health department that we join in and help them to combat the awful epidemic, the Spanish Flu, aiyi since our blessed Saviour has provided for and kept us alive in the midst of so much sickness and so many deaths. We wish to send forth the cheering news through the columns of the Globe to each and every member and friend that the doors of Tabernacle Baptist Church will be thrown open again on the first Sunday, Nov. 3rd, 1918, for services at 9 a. m. Supt. Morgan will sound the bell and call the S. S. to order, every member of the school is expected to be in their seats on time. Pastor Burns has been feasting also fasting as well as praying, working among the sick and waiting for the happy hour to come when he can stand upon Zlon's walls and blow the trumpet and call men to repentance. All day Sunday, Rev.. Burns will fill the pulpit. The Lord's Supper will be administered in the afternoon. Be on hand. Come praying for a great day in Zlon. A special Invitation Is extended to come, let us help you. Our revival sinners, If you want to find the Jesus, will begin Sunday night. Dr. Burns was heard to state that he would put the plans before his people by which he hopes to raise a hundred dollars (JlOO) for the Theological and Train- Ine Seminary at once. Mrs. A. v Marshall, President, of the Ladies' Auxiliary has announced to all of her chairmen that there will be no meeting during the revival. Mrs. Bettle Rucker, President of the B. Y. P. U. forces has called upon her union to meet early Sunday afternoon to arrange to do their bit in the way of soul saving. Mrs. Venson, Presi dent of the Galedas and Mr. Robt. Williams, President of the Metokas are planning for big things in the near future. BTATE OF TENNESSEE, EXECU TIVE OFFICE NASHVILLE. PROCLAMATION. In the history of the nation, never has the meanace of fire been greater an dthe husbanding of our resources more necessary. The unusual strain upon production is in Itself an ele ment of fire hazard, while the danger of incendiarism threatens in many parts of the country, causing the des truction of food stuff and material. Every fire strikes at the foundation of National power. The toll of human life from fire and accident suggested the safety factor to be added to the observance ot Fire and Accident Day heretofore, on Octo ber 9 ot each year. The day falling within the period of the Liberty Loan drive this year, in order that there might be no obstruction of any kind to the work of such vital Importance, the day was set forward to November 2, with the understanding that the Liberty Loan speakers were to call the attention of the people to the im portance of Fire and Accident Day. Fire losses In the United States, with the upkeep of fire departments occasioned by these losses, total In war time annually $450,000,000. The statement is made upon investiga tion that 80 per cent of these losses are due to carelessness and fires that were preventable. The annual per capita fire waste in the United States is over $2.00. The loss will average $500.00 per minute. Tennessee fires destroy more than $3,500,000 worth of property each year, to say nothing of the many lives that are sacrificed.. Therefore, In keeping with the spirit of conservation, I earnestly request that all efforts be turned to the need of fire prevention, which has become a country-wide custom, and that SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1918 be set aside as FIRE AND AC CIDENT PREVENTION DAY for the state of Tennessee. .' That appropriate exercises he held In all schools throughout the state on Friday Nov. 1, and that teachers as sisted by Municipal Officers and the fire departments give to the children sue hinformatlon and Instruction as they have at their command, on the subject of fire prevention.. dn testimony whereof, I Tom C. Rye Governor, as aforesaid, have here unto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the state to be affixed at' the Department in Nashville, this 22nd day of October, 1918. IKE B. STEVENS, Sec. ot State. TOM C. RYE, Governor. - V . miudi mimL. If you wish a LOAN to meet' the expenses f these war times lo pay taxes, to mert the in creased cost of living etc Gall at the One Cent Savings Dank And be accommodated TRUSTEE SALE. In keeping with a trust deed given to me and registered in the registrar's office the 19th day of May 1913 at 1:05 p. m., o'clock recorded In Book 441 page 169 In the registrar's of fice County of Davidson, state of Ten nessee to secure a note ot 250.00 with Interest from date of said note and attorney's fee. I wil sell at the south door of the Davidson County Court House at noon Saturday, Nov. 16th to the highest bidder one lot 50x150 feet in Block 1, Jones & Dudley edition of the city of Nashville. The notes and the deeds of trust were signed by Henry Holt and Sallle Holt and the trustee deed was made to satisfy the principal and interest on said note. The property is to be sold and the buyer is to assume the side walk taxes, the city, county and state taxes for the years 1915, 1916 and 1917. HENRY ALLEN BOYD, Trustee. Nashyille City Church Directory. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHES. Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Sunday school 9:30. Rev. E. L. Cleggett, sup erintendent. Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Communion every first Sun day afternoon. Monday night Pas tor's Aid Society. Prayer meeting Tuesday 8 p. m. Wednesday night choir rehearsal. Thursday night preaching. Friday night Teacher's meeting. Rev. H. A. Alfred, pastor, 709 Twenty-fifth avenue, N.; Rev. J. W. Pitts, church clerk; Mrs. D. D Crowder, assistant clerk. Second Baptist Church, Ninth ave nue, S., corner Stevens. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Henry Halley, superintendent. Services ll a. m. and p. m. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at 6 p. m. Monday night Ladles' Aux iliary, Mrs. Mary Moore, president; Tuesday night, prayer meeting at 8 o'clock. Thursday night preaching 8 o'clock. Communion every first Sun day. Rev. G. B. Taylor, pastor. Bass Street Church, 627 Bass St., Rev. Wm. T. Baugus, pastor, 917 Vine street. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m, and at 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Geo. Lynch, supt First Street Church, N. Second, cor ner of Mark. Rev. S. S. Stubblefield, Pastor, 246 Foster avenue. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. S. Gregory, super intendent. Kayne Avenue Baptist Church, 1107 Kayne avenue. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday night. Teachers' meeting Friday clerk. Rev. E. M. Lawrence, pastor, 1027 Amen street. " . Ewing Avenue Church, t24 Ewlng avenue. R. L. Alexander, pastor, 20 Fairfield. Preaching, Sunday at 8:00 p. m. and Thursday at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting. Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 3 p. m. Vinerica Scruggs, 620 Ewing avenue, church clerk; C. Cun- mings, 606 Ash street, supt. Eighth Street National Baptist The ological Seminary, Rev. John Alexan der, pastor, 924 Fatherland street. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Cora Nobb, church clerk, 730 Boyce; Ell Webb, superintendent, 721 Boyce. North Sixth Street Baptist Church, 831 N. Sixth street, Rev. J. T. Tun still, Sr., pastor, 817 N. Sixth street. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meet ing, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, Sunday 9:30 a. in. Duff Tunstill, church clerk, COO Cleveland street. Ruth Bender, superintendent, 609 N. 5th street. Pleasant Green, 1410 Jefferson St., Rev. J. C. Fields, pastor, 2030 Jeffer son street. Preaching, Sunday ll a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, Sun day 9:30 a. m. T. G. Marshall, sup erintendent; T. E. Dickerson, church clerk, 1503 Harding street. First Baptist Church, East Nash ville, Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday night. Choir rehearsals, Thursday night. Teachers' meeting Friday night. A. W. File, Supt. Corinthian latist Church. W. Nashville; Rev. A. F. Murray, pastor; Rev. S. S. Page, supt. New Hope, 1203 Hawkins. Rev. J. C. Harding, pastor, 1017 Fourteenth avenue, S. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. ra., 8. p. m. and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun day school 9:30 a. m. Tabernacle, 1005 South street, Rev. H. M. Burns, pastor, 920 Tenth ave nue, South. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. and Thursday at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. H Morgan, superintendent, 1001 Overton street. Mrs. A. V. Marshall, church clerk, 1800 West End. . Third Avenue, 938 Third avenue, N. Rev. J. L. Harding, pastor, 2714 Jefferson street Preaching, Sunday 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. J H. Shutte, superintendent, hog Porterfleld street; J. H. Shutte, i church clerk, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., pastor, 610 Joe John- ston avenue. Sunrise prayer meeting. Sunday school 9:20 a. m. Services, ll a. m. and 8 p. m. Communion every first Sunday 3 p. in. Prayer and Teachers' meeting. Tuesday night, preaching Thursday, night Phil Douglass, church clerk; G. P. Baker, superintendent, 1833 Scovel street Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church, 409 Fifteenth avenue. N. Rev. A. W. Porter, pastor, 409 Fifteenth avenue, N. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun day school 9:30 a. m. Mrs. H. Can non, superintendent Pilgrim Emanuel, 621 Peabody st, Rev. A. Phillips, pastor, 320 Berry street. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. James Bryant, superintendent. St. John, Pearl street, between 11th and 12th avenues, N. Rev. W. H. Whittaker, pastor, 1409 Hynes street. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. J. A. Turner, supt, Clinton street Foster Chapel Baptist Church, Rev. G. B. Bolden, pastor, 103 Lewis st. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday night Sunday school 10 a. m. T. Grooms, superin tendent, 61 Murry street Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, 211 Fifth avenue, S. Preaching, Sunday ll a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday. Sunday school 9:30 a. m., Mrs. Mar garet Thomas, superintendent, 430 5th avenue, N. First Church, 319 Eighth avenue, N Rev. S. L. McDowell, pastor. 14th and Jefferson street Preaching, Sun day 11 a. m. aild 8 p. m. Prayer meet ing, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. T. A. Frierson, superin tendent, 1712 Thompson street. C. B. Lowe, church clerk, 1234 First ave nue, S. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 1100 Jef ferson street. Rev. J. A. Brown, pas tor, 1217, 11 Ave., N. Preaching ser vices Sunday, 11 a. m., 8 p. m. Pray er meeting Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.. J. C. Patton, ICth St. Supt. J. C. Patton Church Clerk. ROCK CITY Rev. A. W. Wilson, pastor, preaching services Sunday, 11 p. m., 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Tues day 8 p. m. preaching Thursday, 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Mr. Dan Stafford, Supt. Mrs. M. Bowling R. R. 10. Rock City church clerk. MT. LEBANON, 1431 Fourth Ave. S. Rev. Q. S. ' Davis, paBtor, 617 Fern street, preaching Sunday 11 a. m. 8 p. m. Thursday 8 p. m. prayer meeting. Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:3(1 a. m. Supt. Rosa Green, 1525 4th Ave. S. Minerva Baby, Clerk, 1128 4th Ave. S. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. Bethel, Tenth avenue, South. Sun day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor meeting 7 p. m. Class and prayer meeting Thursday night Rev. S. J. Howard, pastor. Trinity A. M. E. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. W. L. Powell, pastor Ebenezer, Stone's River1 Turnpike. Sunday services ll a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Cless meeting Tues day night. Prayer meeting Thursday night. Rev. H. G. Stanford, pastor. St. Luke A. M. E. Church, 42nd ave nue, N., W. Nashville. Rev. J. K. Childress, pastor, 1302 Sixteenth ave nue, N. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Wednesday 8:30 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday night. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Salem, corner Fourth avenue, N., and Buchanan street. Sunday serv ives 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday night. Prayer meeting, Tuesday night. Rev. A. Whltworth, pastor. Scovel Street, 1705 Scovel street. Sunday services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Chris tian Endeavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday night. Rev. W .A. Ander son, pastor. Paynes Chapel, corner Seventh and Winter streets. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursday night. Prayer meeting, Tuesday night. Rev. J. H. Grant, D. D., pastor. St. James, Mooretown. Sunday serv ices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Rev. G. L. Jackson, pastor, St. John Church, corner Eighth avenue, N., and Cedar street. Rev. J. M. Smith, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching ll a. m .and 8 p. m. A. C. E. League 7 p. m. Class meeting, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. St. Paul Church, corner Fourth ave nue, S., and Franklin street. Rev. H. L. P. Jones, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A C. E. l eague 6:30 p. m. Trustee Board first Monday night. St Phillips, Mt. Nebo (Texas). Sun day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun day school 9:30 a. m. -Christian En deavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thurs day night. Rev. M. L. Spears, pastor. St. Peter A. M. E. Church, 4 miles on the White's Creek Pike. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m. Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. ra. Preaching 8 p. ra. Rev. James L. Martin, pastor. Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a. n. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Class meeting, Friday night. C. M. E .CHURCHES. St. Luke C. M. E. Church, 26th and Heffernan street. Rev. A. Norrls, pas tor, 2601 Albion street. Preaching, Sunday 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth League 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. S. B. Webb, superintendent, 1041 28th ave., N. e Lane Tabernacle, Spring street. Sunday school 9:30 a, m. Preaching, 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Ep worth League meeting at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 P. m. Phillips Chapel, 8 Wharf avenue. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. C. E. League 7 p. m. Class meeting, Tues day night Bible class, Wednesday nglht Capers Chapel, Church St.. preach ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30, a, m. C. E. League 7 p. m. Tuesday night, class meeting. Wednesday 3 p. m., Bible class. METHODlST EPISCOPAL. Braden Chapel, 705 Georgia street. Sunday services 11 a. m .and 7:30 p. m. Rev. D. T. Burch, pastor r.nriiATi fhnnol Hprmnn Htreet. near Prospect. Sunday services 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J w. Bauer field, pastor. , Hubbard's Chapel, Trimble S. W corner East Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. P Prim. TV n.. nastor: Mr. Mayfield superintendent of Sunday school. Seay's Chapel Green street, cornet Fairfield. Sundav services 11 a m and 7:30 p. ra. Rev. F. N. Collier. D. D., pastor. Eleventh Avenue M. E. Church Services 11 a. m. and 8 p ,m. Sundav school 8:45. S. M. Strayhorne. pas tor. Clark Memorial, 308 Franklin St Sunday Services: Sunday Schoo 9:30 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m.. anc 8 p. m. Epworth League 7 p. m. Rev. J. W. Welle, Pastor, Prof. H J. Johnson, Recording Steward, Pmt T. B. Hardiman, Superintendent " Sunday School. Episcopal. Church of the Holy Tjrinlty, Ewln Avenue and Sixth Avenue, S. Th, Rev. Father Bruce, Priest in Chargf Celebratim and Holy Eucharist anc Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday School. !:' a. m. Evening song ana sermon ' p. m. A church with welcome to an PRIMITIVE BAPTIST. MrMntrv Hill. Twelfth avenue. N cnnrinv aohnnl 9:30. Preaching, 11 m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Service, twice a week. fit t.uVb. Lewis street Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays pastor Rev. Henry Covjngton. Rothal Primitive. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching servcies 11:8 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday. Mt iWnHnh. 2107 Alameda Street Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preachln 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday. Pinn.sn.nt Valley. Edgehill street Sundy school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. sunaay. uev W. Wilson, pastor. The United Primitive Baptist, 42nd avenue, S. E. corner Albion street N. W., Sunday school 9:30 a. m Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m Sundays. West Nashville, Sunday BChool 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11.30 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday night. St. Ell Primitive. The Bible Band meets every Sunday evening at 5:3o o'clock, taught by Sister Syhla Hen derson. Every one la invited to meet us. The Sunday school opens every Sunday morning at 9:30. Superlnten dent, Rev. S. Y. Douglass; Secretary, Syhla Henderson. Preaching services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday under the auspices of Elder G. Thomp CATHOLIC. Holy Family, 543 Third avenue, N Sunday services 10:30 a. m. Rev Father Plunkett, Priest. PRESBYTERIAN. St. Andrew Presbyterian Church corner 8th avenue and Gav street Rev. S. Jackson, minister. Telephom M. 3820. Sunday school 9:30 a. m services 6:30 a. m. 11 a m. and fi:S0 Thursday 7:30. choir rehearsal Tiie ilav and Saturday evenings. Churnr open daily. CONGREGATIONAL. Howard Congregational Church. 12th avenue, N., near Church. Serv Ices Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun day school 9:30 a. m. Communion every first Sunday at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Mis Frances Banks, church clerk; T. M Broomfleld, pastor. St. Mary's Chapel. 2012 Twelfth avenue, N., Sunday school 9:30 a. m : preaching 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E. t p. m. ' A. M. E. ZION. Hills Chapel Church, corner Lewis and Short. Sunday school 9 a. m Preaching 11 a. m. and 9 p. m. Sun days. Rev. Z. W. Hill, pastor, e e Zlon Church Sunday School, Hower ton avenue, near Fifth. Sunday serv Ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ' PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES. Holiness, 605 Twelfth avenue, N Sunday services at 11:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. T.fia Avenue Christian Church. 70S Lea Avenue. Services Sunday 11 a m., and 8 p. m.; Sunday School '2:30; a. m. Young People s Christian En deavor Society, Sunday evening ai 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednei day night. Elder Preston Tayior Pastor. e e Gay Street Christian Church, Elder P. J. Smith, Pastor. Services 11 a m. ,and 8 p. m.; Sunday Scrool 12:30: Willing Workers Club every Thurs day night; Pastor's Aid Society every Friday night. S. J. Chandler, Clerk. Willow Street, S. Hill, S. W. Cornet First Avenue. Sunday services 7:. Hi p. m. Church of Christ, Charlotte anr 46th Avenue North. f 111 - ? i',..u17trk t " 1 U. 8. Food Admlnlmttmtlaa. Arter de wisi ol owl Bplt oa de bait he say, str ee "I gwlne ter rprlze you all wld a mess er fishes 'cause you alls mus' save de meat en eat Bumpln' else Inst Id en jes git out dat ol" game bag en make it work, too," sex ee. Den he kotch a big fish and say, sea ee, t-lioofr t-lioot t-sub-stl-toot," sez ee. W'en he aay dat he means dat when you n!!s make riz biscuits jes don't make 'cm uso f orn meal ter save wheat flour for de sojers. foot CmI Pniwrt mr hort, mm ud b9P7i buiaow k hu iron ton lncto kmc, aok U to toft ud tltiy tht I m do It op ur wy 1 wtnt t. I unwodiaff yoa mf plo uf to bow oa how prvttf Bnlento tuu made) tk SALUKlintD. TVtn't Lt anmi fVa ITtnlc PjmawtT fool you. You roally can' straighten your h&ir until it la nice mad long, Ibat'i what EXE LENT 02 does, remove Dandruff, feeds the Roots of the hair, end makes it stow lour, soft and silky. AfteroainBsfewtimesyoueantell' the difference, and afters little while it will be so pretty and Ions that yon can fix it p to suit yoa. If Exeleirto don'tdoas wa claim, we will ivs your money back, ay : Price 23c by mail on raceipt of stamps ' or coin. . - AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE, Write for particulars. USLINTO MIOICWS CO., Atlanta, Oa. H 00 PANTS KSB auk Mm 41.00. noteven 50c, not one cent cost to yuu undYruur eay conditions. Ho exUmjD chartfes for fancy Rlylefl. hflt loops, Rolf bot- SI' turns, pearl buttons, all FREC. Huloreyoa buy a suit or ponta, brlore you take another ardor oi-t our f rro umnlM and wonderful new offer. All ethar Aga-nts write toe. Ask for the bior. now different tailoriiut deal. Costa nothing:, write today. Address KNICKERBOCKER TAILORING CO Dept 998 Ghicaae. IU. 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It leaves the hair soft tnd - fluffy and Imparts a refreshing 'eline to the sealp unequalled by inr other shampoo. Do not accept any substitute, but nslst on srnttlnir Seeby's Qulnade and eehy's Qulnasoap, asklnr, for them tr the full name. Prlr- Is J5 cents srh. If your druKfrlit or dealer does mr stock these two articles, ask htm 'o obtain them for you from his holesaler or send us th price and We will mall them to you. Seeby Drug Co., 79 East 110 street, New Tork City. WHAT DID SHE DO? MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR Wat Sbort and Kloky Now Ira Long and Fluffy Sh Vstd NOAM'S HAIR DRESSING r, 'v : if vHtr 4saT.ir '. supply you e4 o .. Utr aliMlti)s MAIIalfACtWtad to; y, ":'.HM'i"fH 0KP, KM IIMOND, DRO PSY! TUATKD MI VXK FREE Bbaa-t anraatkaai aatleTeal ia a lew hoars ewalllM. vaaaar mm4 aria mmii raawTeal ia lev save eaaaiaalee Uve, kutners as4 I, Writs tar free Trial Treeliaral. COLI.OM D BIOPSY RKHKOT GK llestli. TTaNT,A. The National Life and Acc dent Insurance Go. Nashville. Temm. 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