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NATIONAL NIQPO PRESS
Nashville, Tenn.. Dec. 20, '18
Nineteen hun.lie.l years ago there
was hung 1 n'he windows of heaven a
service star. This star indicated to
the wise men t'vt? in Bethlehem of
Judea a child w.i? born, upon whose
shoulders the eovernment would rest.i
This star fjret.'M that the King of
Kings had hoe" birn to die for his
people, for all pernios. Nineteen hun
dred years la-er
many, many homes
nice stars in their
:!uu their laved ones
die, if needs he.
f ir principles. As
Yuletiile season, lei
-e of us who are far
.'.'.in must spend their
a .'ay France,
-e.ison naturally im-
are displaying (
are Rune to fk'V
for their people,
we celebrate thN
us tut f.u-ge! 'h
away from Inure.
Christmas in .v
plies joy, mirth and giving, fcmce we
'have si much t, he joyous over, le
iw cive. srive t ) 'a se who will appre
ciate it nios- Many give because
they expect s ime-'aing in return. Win
not make this a Christmas of giving
to tho:.e win can not return if.' The
joy will he gve.rer. ynt will wear a
smile that wil not come of:', Try it
just once and sec ho.v it feels. '.Make
some one else happy- Then y.oi will be
Don't forge'the kiddies this year.
They dont kuo.v a'oour the high cost
of living. Si fill 'heir little stockings
with goodies. Mal e this a real Christ-
mas for them.
Have you hou t'at and pai l for you
share of War Stamps? The time is al
It is about time some of the old
reliables were making their new year's
In t lie recent expose of prominen
American individuals and newspapers
charged wit'h spereading or being in
fluenced by German propaganda dur
ing the war, it is singularly gratifying
that high officials, in charge of investi
gating these matters, unanimously de
clare that American Negroes were not
in the least affected or inlluenced as
a result of attempts to beguile thorn
through German propaganda.
"Money used in the South (for the
purpose of influencing Negroes to dis
loyalty) was all wastod," they say;
where in the American Negro ever com
promised himself or the nation.
We knew the powerful pressure of
big monev, such a; was doubtless be-
ing -spent in the effort to promote se- j moninzaiion ot tne aieliarry unit this
dition and insurrection, but we JJ
tlrm in tne ociiet tmu tne .egro in
in the belief that tne .egro in:was divided into four parts to go out
America was unswerving and al-
though his experience with the home
n, i,. i.o ,..iniiv ,,nina!.nt
JlUV UaO Ltal , It I II'-UIUI I UJWI-HUill
and unsatisfactory, he had the vision
, . , .
to see beyond the narrow spheres of
revenge, to the greater issue of a
which would endure after the
iiatiuii ti ii i ill nuuiu to'iui hlivi iuj
turmoil of war.
Moreover, the American Negro loves
his native land. He does not wish to
overthrow it; he wishes to purge It
of Its wrong, redeem it, and make it
, ' , . . . .
a more decent place in which to
We were fighting for "democracy"
tt home as well is ihroad nnd if we
at home as, well as abroad and u we
do not see democracy established here
at home we shall be sorely disappoint-
The great majiritv of right thinking
iw-miB evon hero 'in tho armthinnd
people. c en here in he southland,
know that the status of Negro people
is unjust, and a great many would
welcome some solution and salvation
or the situation wnicn could come
THE BLACK MAN STOOD PAT.
The war did more for the Negro
American than had been accomplished
In several decades of peace. He de
monstrated that he could fight, that
his willingness and capacity for work
were unlimited; that he could easily
adapt himself to strange surroundings,
and that he understood the ' purpose
or Liberty Bonds, which he almost in
variably bought until it actually and
Where you can always find a Fill Line of
High Class Cigars and Candies
We c irry an exquisite Line ol Best Wo.Iens to be tailored for both Ladies and Cents
Pressing and Repairing a Specialty
"AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE'
Jlnn V, -1 .!
uuc ui uiciiiiiMuiuus mines mar.
happened to the Negro, however, was
the revfthitinn nf hi nKcninto ,k,i..
able loya.ty to the Stars and Stripes, nTsmdy as forme? " arnT '
hvidonce adduced before the Senate count of having to drill and attend
committee now sitting shows that te evening retreat, but all has sub
Gennnn propagandists failed miserao- sida sinco they have received eir .
ly In their efforts nuong the blocks. were 295 men on the S. A. T.
That they operated principally C. Roster and all of them have re
among the plantation Negroes of the ceived a soldiers' suit of clothes, two
South and there made no headway slllrt3 aml tnree pairs of sox- shoes,
whatovni. i .i,.iii,..,( i, . strings i:nd two suits of underwear,
whatever Is significant. It Is a splen-, whi,h were thanUfllIIv rerplved not. i
did tribute to the Alt'" ..ism of the withstanding they came lute. ;
Negro. j The overcoats came iti for the
It might be supposed that among 1 S1'" amount of praise owing to
men and women who are not regular 1
readers of the newspapers, who trust of the students.
to the "giapevine." which makes a Two much tirade cannot ba given
tation of everv cabin, for
every cabin, for
most of their
. , .
nitormation, the fairy
tales of the paid German agents would
find fertile ground.
ilitt the Negro stod pat. "You
have no cmn'ry," was an insidious
remark that was dlnre.l into his ears
nU'ht and day. "You'll never get your
Liberty b mil money hack." was another
"You'll get forty acres of land if the
Germans win." they were told. And
tlu-y were assure! that victory for the
"humane" Germans meant an end of
all hanging and instant levelling of all
socinl lir.es in
the l'niie.1 States.
"intellectuals" In the
':r;li Puccumble.l to sophistries and
lies, but those black millions did not.
Then' hearts proved pure gold and
l hey stood by Tilde Sam. The secret
so-vice needed no special trains fir
.ci'o excursions to Internment ?ainps.
Ii is that same ir.hsrn spirit u loy
alty to the g-ivernin'.'iit that has prc
vente.l the I. W. W. from gaining con
verts anions the lsla-ks of the South,
no matter how poor they rue or how
unjust their p -sit ion economically.
The s uiihe n Xe-rro who remained
at home to till the field was proud of
his part in the war. He was quick to
realize a situation which he expressed
"We've .uie git to work hard and
feel our soldiers and all their friends
or they can't light for us."
But the Negro Is not unduly proud
of the proofs of hia loyalty. He knew
he was 10 0 per cent American all
the time. He knows, incidentally, a
lot of other things that many people
don't know he knows. Any intelli
gent southerner will tell you that one
of the greatest mistakes of northern
theorists In considering the Negro is
the belief that he is t-d tuple and easily
It is true that he often takes ad
vantage of this supposed simplicity as
a convenient camouflage in an argu
mentative pinch. But watch your step
before you pick a plantation darky
out for a "boob."
Ask the Kaiser.
Chicago Herald and Examiner.
COMPLETE DEMOBILIZATION OF
MEHARRY STUDENTS ARMY
One of the most notable events in
the history of Meharry was the tle-
on December 17, IS, 19 and 20, re-
epnetively. The young men were all
M'liV and took to the work of (leiiiobili-
...Ht. i I- 1 . - .1 a
Tiie .iost looked i r 7ZnZcni
, , . : . . .
was the arrival ef the check tor the
'. which was due for the past two
" , 'm.,u """ivn somiers.
rn.. 1 . , , ,,
, x. '"y aci tor me
nrst pay day and promptly at one
o'clock our Personnel Adjutant Lieut.
Lawrence E. Boyd went to the Peo-
plo's pa',k aml Tn,st mpnny and
5,,s,ru "y IJi. lv I. Robinson and
Samuel J. Terino brought the full
amount to the noted Meharry Metli-
1 College, where they were very
tJoyfu"v rpC0've'l "h unusual mill-
tarv. honors The mnss ha wag ar..
ranged where the men were ordered.
to report and receive their pay. The
amounts received ny tne men ranged
" lne vn Irnm " c 10 lne men
wpre pi,i'1 n r'f'or(linc; ,0 ,Pcir alpha-
,,,. havng been form-
ed into lines by Sergeant Major C. T.
Home and sent to th" pay master.1
Many were the joyful faces when the
monev was really placed into their
Wedne-tdav morning the real de-
mobilization started and men were al-
lowed leave of absence from- their
classes to finish their business with
tne t'overnment and receive thP final
dlseharge from tho United States
Army. Fa' h man presented himself I Oor football team met Fisk on the
with his blank a, and hed sack to gridiron nt Athletic Park Thanksgiv
Commaiuler Lieutenant Cooper where lug and have been declared tha
he received f slip which sent him to champions of the South. We are
Personnel Adjutant Lieut. Lawrence sorry the team will not have an on
E. Boyd, who gave him five different pnrtunity to meet more of the south
forms of paper and then sent him to em teams.
Lieut. D. A. Lane, where he received I Our band of forty pieces has rpcent
bis final discharge paner, which !v organized nn orchestra of fifteen
made him an American citizen. The pieces and they are preparing some
men rejoiced in that they joined the excellent music.
I ' -
army and had their camps at Me-
harry, where they attended school
th time. .Many have been the com
;hc loi-etl officers for the manner
m wnicn mev nave conducted this
r.lit ,,., ..,, ,.f thp lmv, nrn
in.g for war to come as t-v as It di 1
to "Mehnrry" just one more time.
Friday was the day set for the final
pay day when some I.OiM more was
paid out. The pictures of th entire
I Hi" v. i'vp taken on 1 this will be kept
as a memento of this tho vreatest
rear Meharry 11 1 been able to have
in history. Promotions wero given
the men in the following manner:
As Fattalion S"i-g-ntit Majors:
Claude T Hume. Italnh V. Mix-son.
As Ban-! S"rgea"ts- 'truirlns K.
.Ti-nl.-ins ("lull V li.f.'i- nn.l I!r.r-,, ,. T1
As .Moss pr-rgeatits: llobert I.
Francos and Emery I Koliinson.
A; First Sersrpint: .'nsooh d-ves.
Chnrlis B. S'eole. Walter S Y."f!pr.
s Scv-'Pants: Farrow Allen, Greer
All- ii. Francis K. Anthonv. James
Avery, Andrew F. Belche!: Hewitt T.
S t M " '
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S y 4 ' . 'l A
MRS. CLEMMIE WHITE.
Prominent in the Court of Calantheof the State,
in.rtnn t r-t n.. t ,.,
pence M. Erwin, James W Bradf rd
Howard G. Hall, Flenoy L James'
Cornelius O. Ilenrv l.nmlor u inn'
"-oft v 1 1 1 1
.rVlLt It,)borL " J,ackso.n'
1 '""J""" ai. juiiiisuu, i neooorp tt.
Keith, Nathaniel Lockley, JCrie Morrt-
gon, John Parris, Samuel J. Periono,
james Koss, Eustace O. Smithwick,
As Cnrnnmia- Munanimr nnii
A'.btin Bowers, Charles H a
Bowers, Lenin R. ureedlove. MeVm
D. Bryant, Jasper C. Cjston. Daniel
Vtu- Jlt? D tDanatt0; KT
L. Elliott, Prince A. Erwin, Leon
Eve George W. Fields. Arthur L.
Fladger. Hugh A. llogans. Room: B.
Jackson, Anthony E. King, Major
League, Cornelius Lovklev. Andrew
j hovP CharIes c Mar.helli 0v:en
D. McFall, Walter IT. Napier, Wm.
G. NeWFome. Benlamln W. Robinsro.
Coney M. Robinson, Isaac F. Scott,
0,is S'veet. John H. Tavlor, V-is-
sal G. Tolhert. Chas. Wiirgi'is, I.ioni
S. Wilkinson. John H. William;,, Ivibt.
Williams, Walter Zuber.
Many of the young men will go
home for the holidays and most of
the officer". The entertainment to
bo Etven Friday night by Mrs. Mag- In Mrs. Cnrter. Music bv Mrs. Rnt-
dnllr.e Carter Hawkins, who is the 'ledge. Roll call nnd responded to bv
wile of Dr. Hawkins, dentist at -Pal-! current events, which were very1
las. Texas, is looked forward to asjt'mely. Ladies present: Mesdamns
helnr one of the best -programs which jL Rntledge. F. C. Carter. P. K
has been witnessed bv any audience
held snelP'Ound nt Meharrv.
Neighbors All Thought She Had
TROUBLE WAS BRONCHIAL.
Not the Slightest Sign of Cough Since
"Lung-Vita is sure a fine medicine
end I be'ieve it saved n:e winter be
fore last. I can't praise it nearly
enough," says Mrs. Sina Pjtrns, who
lives on Hottte 1. Boston. Te n. Mw,
Burns formerly liven on route 3, -Carter's
"I had the worst cough you ever
heard of, and all the people in the
neighborhood thought I had tubercu
losis, although my trouble was ral'.y
I ronchial. This cough svire caused
me an ir.wful lot of suffering, and I
tho;igh;i it was going to be the death
of me. But sj-ce i have taken two
bottles of Lung-Vila there Is not toe
yl ';! e-- i iun of a cough, and I never
felt better in my life. I wish every
(i:e who suffers with a bronchial af
fect im would give Lung-Vita a fair,
twng-Yita is sold
slve drugK-istM nnd
yours won't supply
villi? Medicine Co,
for a free booklet.
by most progres-,
dealers, but if!
you, write Nasii. '
We are having some lovely weatter i
now: too warm for tne henlth of the
R,r aml, ?,rs' T' TlE;,,.e' who
nuve ueen very rick, are convalescing.
Mrs. A. C. Iloddv, who has been on
the sick list, is also improving. Mrs.
T. C. Carter is able to be out again.
Mr. John Ervin is out again after an
niia r ihn "Kn " cm,iM. ,nii
attended at each church Sundav. Each
plane a Christmas tree and program,
Rev. -T. T. Blackman or Murfre-sboro
I ""rmon at
Mt. OUie P. B. Church Sundav and
Sunday nleht. 'Miss Eva Gray, who
has been attending school in Louis-
villc, Ky., is home for the holidays,
Mr. Artie March is home from Camp
Made. Md., on n 90-daf- furlough.
We are glad to know th bovs "-ill
he back with ns nca'in. The friends
of Mr. Russell Mann will be glad to
Vnow he entertains hopnq of sailing
soon hack to the United ' Slates from
j France. The Phvllls Wheatlcv'D U
I Hub met last Wednesday evening at
! the residence of Mrs. D. A. Townsend.
p''. 10th avenue. Opened bv Scripture
lesson rend bv the president. Praver
M'raser, O. I,. Finch, D A. Hunt. E. D.
Colvnr. V. L. Svler, W. T. Dennv, D.
A Townsend. Mrs. L. Rntledge wag
leader of the evening. She present
ed the following tnnie for discussion:
"Should we consult God or man first,
in case of trouble, nnd why?"' Tt
was well discussed by all present.
Dr. D. A. Townsend was sppclal
guest at the club and expressed him
self as belne h'phlv entertained. Busi
ness being finished, the hostess led
the ladles Into her lovely dining
room, where covers were laid at an
artistic table, where the ladies were
refreshed with a delicious two course
AFRICAN METHODISTS CELE
NEW YEAR'S DAY AT ST. JOHN
In compliance with the proclama
tion by the Bishops of the A. M. E.
Church, issued in June, 1918, the
African Methodists of this city, as
well as those throughout the entire
connectional bounds, will celebrate
what is denominated as the Tercen
tennial or the three hundredth anni
versary of the landing of the African
slaves in Jamestown, Va., in 1619,
on New Year's Day, 1919.
A monster parade and demonstra
tion has been planned, in which all
the A. M. E. Churches with their
various church organizations and
young people's societies, will partici
pate. A special program has been ar
ranged, which will be carried out
that day at St. John Church. Rev.
.1. II. Graut, D. D., pastor of Payne
Chapel will deliver the principal ad
dress. Dr. J. A. Jones will serve as
master of ceremonies. The parade
will begin at the Sunday School
l'n ion building at 10: SO a. m., and
proceed to St. John where the exer
cises will be held. It is the aim of
the promoters of this movement, to
raise the sum of $300,000.00 for mis
sions and education, to be used for
homo missions and the various
schools of the connection.
THE CHL'RCH OF THE HOLY
Cor. of Ewing and Sixth Ave., S.
Father W. A. Bruce, Priest.
Services for the fourth Sunday
, Advent and Christmastide.
7:45 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:;i() a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Divine Worship; Lit
any. Matins and Sermon.
Wednesday Christmas day, 6:45
a. m., High Celebration of the Holy
Communion and Sermon.
Thursday Feast of St. Stephen,
G:4') a. m., Holy Communion.
Friday Feast of St. John the
Evangelist, 6:45 a. m., Holy Com
munion. At 7:30 p. m., Sunday school fes
tivities and Christmas tree.
Saturday Feast of the Holy In
nocents, 6:45 a. m., Holy Commun
ion. Everybody is cordially invited to
all of these services and will be made
welcome to worship with lis.
LUNCHEON IN HONOR OF MRS
Friday evening the residence of
Mrs. Lovitts, 1207 Jefferson Street,
was the scene of a delightfully ar
ranged function in honor of Mrs.
Henry Rollen, Chief of the Knights
Daughter Lodge, West Nashville and
Mrs. Crosby of Memphis. Cards were
the feature of the evening. A de
licious three course menu was served.
Among those present besides the hon
orecs were Mrs. Frank McCoy of
Jackson. Miss. Mrs. Acklin, Mrs.
Annie Marshall, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs.
Woodard and Mr. Creen Woods.
MADAM RIIODA'S BIRTHDAY AND
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY EN
JOYED BY MANY FRIENDS
A few weeks ago, congratulations
and sympathy to Madam Rhoda he
cause of Private Rhoda being some
where In France, brought much com
fort to her. Madam Rhoda received
many beautiful gifts. Many in
keeping with the . times. Among
them were star service stationery,
doillies, etc. Little Nola Howard Of
Carter School sang "Over There," in
a very pleasing manner. Madam
Rhoda carried a huge American
flair to the dinner table, representing
I n.i..n,n Dhn,ln A ,lal1crl,ffii1 t ll lPO
I nnrso menu was served. Mr. Wm.
, Howard said a short prayer and Mr
Hill of Hill's Tabernacle made an
interesting talk. Delicious punch
was served during the evening. The
many friends are wishing for Mr. and
Mrs. Rhoda many returns ot tnat
ANOTHER GOLD STAR
Mrs. Victoria Banks, 1018 Steven
Street, gives up son for the cause of
Private Welkin Banks has given
his life "Somewhere in France" for
his country. The sad news reached
his mother December 2. Mrs. Ethel
Banks-Crowell, daughter of Mrs.
Banks, whose home ia in St. Louis,
Mo. hastened here as soon as news
of her- brother's death was received.
The grief-stricken family has the
sympathy of a host of friends.
REV. JOHN SLAUGHTER WELL RE
MEMBERED BY REVS. BURNS,
TAYLOR AND ALFRED.
Rev. Ek'd Mrs. Jo'hn Slaughter wish
es to thank the following churches
and their pastors for their liberal do
nations during his continual sickness
On Thanksgiving Day, Rev. iBurn,
Tabernacle Baptist Church, sent an
exce"w4 dinner with ?2.0O. Monday,
December 2nd, Rev. Taylor, 2nd
Baptist Church, sent hta $8.50 by
Mrs. Carrie Brown and on Monday,
December Otto, Rev. Alfred, Mt. Ne
ho Baptist Church, sent him $10.00 by
Mrs. Lena B. Thomas. Being confin
ed and improving slowly will he glad
to see all who have time to stop by.
Tbsnkiinig you kindly.
'REV. JOHN SLAUGHTER,
2010 Jefferson street.
HERE THEY ARE: Not Something Merely To Grease
Your Head-But Scientifically Compounded Scalp Foods
To Arrest Scalp Diseases. : : : :
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MRS. ANDREW YOUNG ENTER
TAINED Mrs. Thornton .entertained Mrs.
Andrew Young of Chicago, Tuesday,
December 17th with a delightful so
cial at her residence, 903 Horton
Street. The house was beautifully
decorated with potted plants, cut
flowers and other plants In harmony
with the Yuletide season. Dancing
cards, and solos were the leading
features of the afternoon. Miss
Mary L. Porter, a leading society
belle of Columbia was a notable out
of town guest.
Mr.' and Mrs. Alfred West enter
tained with a two o'clock dinner,
Mr. Dock Vetty of Nashville and
Mrs. Mary Young of Chicago. The
following were seated at the table:
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thornton, Mr.
Petty, Mrs. Young and Mr. and Mrs.
West. After the dinner a pleasant
stroll was had in the beautiful woods
of Belle Meade in search of hickory
nuts of which quite a good collection
was gathered on Sunday, Dec. 15th
AND MRS WHITTAKER EN
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Whlttaker of
Fogg Street delightfully entertained
Mrs. Mary P. Young of Chicago, 111.,
and twenty-eight of her friends,
chaperoned by Mrs. J. E. Thornton
with a house party on the evening of
Dec. 13th. Dancing and cards were
enjoyable numbers, after which the
guests were served with a toothsome
three course dinner, which every one
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likaailr preparatioaa. A Haalar Hair
Taaio. Priaa ;S aaata.
QUINO LIQUID UAIRTONB A paia
It liqaid TO.olablo ail pnparatiaai diflar
aat Iroai aar albor Hairloaa ia that it ia
a LIQUIU votatable coaipauod aiada al
tka liaaat aad baat aila praaotia tha
health oi tka aoalp aad grew lb al tka hair.
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