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'Ponder the pathof thy feet and Let ail thy Ways be Established" prov. 4-26.
Vol xi BRUSHYKNOB Mo. Thursday, Oct. 43th 1913 No 36. nmwn WORLD -SSET Kev, L. S. GAIiRETT, ED. fUBLlSHKHS, N. G. Garrett. M. M Old Oro. Garrison has closed If u-opit know how to act iiath house for the season he in churca wssy men stay away PLEASANT HILL ITEMS. By "Bridget, Kate and Patricia" e orate in their sii-:zv-s lo them when givim.' rartv uu the last bat. All should niffbt to a 'arge and orderly L nce that c t Bowers J crowd and announced he wouia they esitterftwuasc daring services oner, nlace aiam next summer - e wou d a1e iut some road Published Every Thursday. iSntereil n Hi-eon d clas matter November 3rd 1910 a the Poitofi Dear Ed. and corespondents, can yu find room in your valu able little paper for a few lines by three Irish lassies? Mkl ES ATS. We have placed ourselves in the lino to do business in RealEs tate especially to help those who are seeking for a home. We are now in a position to say that we can help any one to locate to the it Rrushykuob the let of Oi e eat ;t cents. Six Months i") cents, Three Months 15 cents 'niiatti&lv ' A ' UMtr NO i ICS. the bath house is one of the best in the country and one the village may well be proud of and of a Satuiday all through August business was so ruse that he had to hire a haud to help him. To thoss who went to the coun ty seat to the Susa band concert much disappointment was had The band did not give a parade as was thought and there was no playing at the square as was done when that minstrel came through a month ago it hardly seem fair when so many go so far to have to pay to h ar a band 1 and thert is hard feeling b re against the new proprietor at l' the theater. Bro Girw: article on this and abide by us teaching- and aUo dont sbo 8 &" annuls while "nthe wry hom 1 1. .:s has been brought SeW! the square for less than 5h: and a word to the wise is soJEoeai. Count Wiioj helped Ben Law rence kill bogs on last Tues. and George Paiw iu-ned the sau sage grinder a big dinner was had a 5 cisSii sith tonderlons and spare rtba many others will butcher next Id snap. The Colony grist mill will run on every Salurday-and will only grind on Saturdays. COLONY TRUSTEES Saivtiy r,T. ry stable is being I wbitewas iv&i ai-d it was sure i needed B MiCiure and Storm ' oat does ilae .t rk Stormont sav y-v 1 -li 1 t" .... 1- r. UJUnaney oee- u,c ft fac done an, up and is aiso ootuo en UiS sittloy fry x a ta see his rule eyes and fears giisses win nave ! w&5 foi;., ... m lot more m to be usea. i piovemetx5 ould be done, The Does anybody know the whert- . f , We hae Sevral Good Farms for sale. PACK OF INQUIRY NO. ft?. Kd. World's GRJsaajsr, o Qtsa explain the clroumatanc-. o. Saul's disobedience recorded ia (1 Samuel 13 eh.) George Sharptou Pin- weather at present, every begt advant,,Ke3 tbat there j3 to body busy; cord wood for every' larireadds. day and tit s for a rarity ha ha Singing at Bar.crafts last Sun. j night vas well attended and eve-' ry boi1 y enjoyed themselves. Evei y body come to S. S. next Suudi.y dont let it die just beca use our taithful Supertntendant was kept at hom-i a few Sundays on account of sickness we know she w'll be back to her post as bOoIl pOssRolfc. Mrt- M. D. Metcaff is having a celler dug. Mrs Metcaff is a 1 improvements on it Nearlv all tilabie. Man wanting a good thing it is in this land for them. Creek House. near vVeii 1 20 Acres on Fox (' attipihli school limo. red with no QUESTION NO 5i Mr Bd. CRaWKT, plase lt som4 ou tell ua who it vrastbat was bornl bufova his father'' And died bl'ore his father aud was buritd ia the boom of liis grand-mother. Harrv Baker. new line neighbor. Mr Vining we are glad to hear has recovered from a seriuos trouble with his throat the past week. ahouts of Sauj Mccoy who hasnt tug. MR, JAMES McENTOSH. Is one who you can depend up on lor to Cry your Sales, He is both Energetic, Quick and Act- been saw about here tor nve months his place is running Si-t r Stormont announces down and if he dont intend to do quiltirg I r Wt d evening so bi iag fall plowing be should send back tbiinb;s intiipesMmen are r word o.i.d let somebody do it ported anmoaiiCcd. for him. Will some one let us hear from them. Bro. Hubbart riffht in saying ive in his uork, and will more reiriY ding dinner at Siste ban make you your money, Call on him at bis home Next iitaatv old Bro. Green comes tbroagh here I hope to hardly done; see bjm i ja aWHV when he what he said nrAnt thiruuM. thai nriir Mmt T - - - . - . ... v. '."' . I, ..IT. J NO. 4, Over 300 Acres Good Bottom . Good House and Barn and other Out buildings 125 Acres or more in Good Cultiva tion. Good Timber on the rest And verv few Acre- hut whai The "busy bees1' met at Mrs pan be civad PRICE $10,000. Metcalf Thurs. afternoon and j Auy one wanting ft Pine Home or had .i. good tim and delicious J aparnif can be suited by us. lunch besides adding two mem-1 Call at our OPPI "E. or Write Uncle Eli MiMev , is cutting cord wood for James Clark this week. QUESTION NO& Eil O.hWKET please axplaiu Rev 151) tr:v is whatare the SHven last plagues? P M Coopsr Waybam Morgan Co, Mo: QUESTION NO. S(S. there Well kDOW If you want the best religious paper subscribe for the Cresset It is also the greatest friend to he people. aui wtUu;g "ic iOt the dead pass T . . 1 T I ejrs as l nave ate mere i kdow burr is dead and be friend that the grub is better 'ban at with turn a h what tie said anyplace in the township and be aDout me rs ooi exactly so but. it said further more that u dont if at(,a., mmt mme ni)) Thal speak wellfor any bodys upbring- being the S Hro. Ganett ing to say critical things as to j teaches life in noble Cresset, how a man eats. As we remem-i her Bro. Hubbart before he1 We hope lb school will not be Ron of Honor M. C. Coats. Hammon Kan. 15c J, E. Coats, Brushy knob Mo fiOcts $53,000.00 Bcg given Away went off to school and he was no smarter than any of the others. Soame I suv Bro. Hubbart and shamed to way s that dinner was right and proper :;oai the time tj'ace wa;. spoke till to th picks was passed. Sistei Arthelia Carter has started school again and spends a lot of time with her William La ha, Sister Carter we was all vnung onxw. Her m-, has wrote j i i . 1 tine ver? of late so! we i am, shut dowa iMs fall by sicknnss none has newrtd ailing yet but we remember the cholermarbus seiz;J of Hast 111 and bope it wont fetor. bers to their club. Mis Met; calf anu Mis- Ceha McOraw, Tiiere was a party at Uncle Eli Millers Tues. uight Tues being Miss N' llies birthday, Miss Maggie Robtrtson visit ed Miss Cahsta Metcalf on last Priday af'.erroon' Miss Emma Smart called on Maggie R ibenson Priday Mrs M E. RobHrtson visited her son and daugh enn law Mr and Mis Warn Ruberthon list Wed. and Thurs. us for further particulars. Ther is no better Farms can be purchased in South Mo. No. 0. 160 Acre known as the Ren fro farm can be had at $17 50 peracre part ''ash and, good large orchard, good water, bor further a ddress this i No. 7. 160 acres, one half mile I Cold Springs Mo Sept. 30 1U12, Mr. L. S. Garrett: Ed World's Crssskt Brushyknob Mo. Rev Sir and Frimd: I have just read yur artiel in the CRSS-,-kt of Sep-. 251b. ic xply to how "the etnm shouM bear tic bur dens or intirmitiaa of the w k." Upon a whole I think it is good, But to my mind yon left one very important thing uniald and that is vou fail to mention the Ecouo: . ' condition of oir country as jing a factor in. this imrticulars ' condition If the EeoKomi e OBI l ditions of our cour.try wera right j this bearing if the infirmities f j the weak wouid be largely an- nccQsHry, Are you aware tbat T -1 L iiou-e ana z ... ioaat qd n s., dipas. crime, misery and I .iid v.-. Bi wife since iasl ivtter Tiuy iive in Spriogfield Mo. and it sure was good to see souieoody who coone Ifr m p ace as nar dear old Cresset they was well. Misses Nellie and Jennie Big ham were over on Whetstone Monday: of Cold Spgs. Mo barns, and other out building Spi ng close lo house, cW near- wo(,( in lnig countr? tojay arB ing Apple tree, plums and peach- t,.acaab)a toaKconomic condition es ana -man rtun, quaeres in cultivation, 100 ores good tila be land, the r- 4 pastu land and as much ue : uaud good saw tirnOe.r Onf, Terms, reasonable, Apply Delbert Lee and Arlo made a Write us or come and see. trade Saturday night ba ha, I wonder why Arlo quiet tra P ed und TelinK t,ie roao to Holts ha ha. ell a bidlt must do this in love Pearson. To those who act as the loca i-c preventatives of evcrybodys magazine and the delineator all n addition to noerai com m le sions, Let us show you Low you ean. SECURE A SHARE. Simply by forwarding the lberiptions of your friends , 5 neighbors and collecting the i-.ricwal8 of our present sob ii'ribfcrs, Try fer this month's orizes There are lot )f prizes that can be won only by persons ving in towns some siaa as your towD.Writ t once bi tha 8u i. ;.. Vnklinhlnir rinm inn V Buh 4iHribO. J- i?M x f " 1 enrick VHWitlg. NewVorC'fc.v ' Misses Harriet and Cecil Holt Calista Mercalf and Maggie Robertson spent an enjoyed aft' ernoon with Misses Nellie and Jennie Bingham Sun- No 8, 1C0 icrcs, 40 acres well ioiprovid, with house and barn, plenty of good water, lays near Brushyknon Mo. Uncleared iaml well timbered $1,600.00. of ui country. I havn't got the figures or baod, out I can get them from he goverment, to baek me up ia what I am saying. You may use this letter aa yes like hut if you see fit to pahlue it and anyone vntsto chaH c og this statement I will be plk,-? to tke the matter .ip mors folly iththemto show that T aai rigut, Res. Your Cnuireds, Crafts. B. Br?. ae. A BOOK FOR liM I sir f r 7 We have completed a BOOK of over Vur hundred pags treating on nearly every Subject t a,ld th' wrongs belonging to theories of ovn ' x led to be the Bijle. Teachings that every Reader tna K.mii.v should have in their possession. It will fle a gLiad trw urc of True k n ..wledge to every one, No one will e without it wnen once react. St-nd us your order, accompanied with one dollar and we will send you the B i ik Ed World's Cfensrr, BfoahjkEOb. Mo. Ernest Bancraft seems to bej ) quite poplar among the girls at. ' ' !)' 1ac'-es) acres we) QUESTION NO. BD least he was; a Son. night ha ha.!Prov' d: 40 aCre m e fi"t; 'r v , rattm V , a culuvau n the rest will do fot Ed. Crbssit: Pleaje loll us, Mt Eh Miller called on Mr pasture land: Good housfl and Jj ? to ? jlJh Robert Brutn Sun afternoon, barn on it. Price $10. per acre, ' Mansfield Mo R 8, Mr Cam an s working f' Mr Vaughn ibis week. No 10, 160 acres laying out . , , , , Land with good orchard. Has Quite a cumber of young folks' r j neen a.' one uuie uuuer kuuu i p.-vfmei;t, above the ! Any party or parties -is.: - M' or, Those farm -ilk ' questions throng h nea- Brushyknob Mo Call on vh or write us Ifrom r as, n H ' praper meeting -.i, F,i vit ' night. T ames andOelie McHracal' led on Ernestand Alice Bancraft !L .m-t v:'. shall be .r;aJ-eu jlh in '. riond But in no C3tsc Will naft r, ft fSAI?.WK'lvP. ! th.i Kdito? allow inv eiiins ot j Clarence has been tracing Bruabykoob Mo shtug phraies c .::s:t2 ita j west lately wonder why. ' j Real Estate Affaj l'