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Witt londer the path Vol. xn Brushyknob Mo. WORLD'SCRESSE F Rev. L. S. GARRETT, ED. c.;,:. r PUBLISHERS, N. G. Garrett. M. M. Bowers. Published .Every Thursday. Entered as second class matter Nevember 3rd. 190 at the Post-office at Brushyknob Mo. under the Act of March 3rd. 1879. The Cresset has beeu run ning at different other places and Post offices' before this date- SL'IIHCKU'TION One Year 50 cents. Six Months '25 cents, Three Months 15 cents Jnraiably n A ivancr. ANNOUNCEMENT, Foit Prbsiwnq Judges, We are authorized to Announce K, .Dyer as Candidate lor Presiding Judge, on the Demo crat Ticket. He kindly solicits your support. HAVE YOUR ROOM WELL Supplied With Fresh Air, People, beware of bad air! Air is a foud. and you want the pur est and best there is. Some peo ple have a dread of night air. They lock it out of their sleeping apartments as they would a thief But night air delusions has been exploded. Colds are never taken In the open air. Confined air, when taken into the lungs poi sons the blood and produced consumption, Do you have a head -ache in the morning? bad air, Eyes swollen with daik circles underneath? bad air, Rosy cheeks gone? bad air. Don't care far any breakfast? bad air. Cross?-bad air! Open A window. - If you have been accustomed to sleeping in a elose. warm room jou mwtt.use some caution at first in.regard -to the window- opening business. If the weath er is cool raise the window one inch for the first few nights and puton and extra quilt; afterward you can raise the window hichaH Always raise the window fnrth- st from the head of the bed, of thy feet and Our Great Gauss. Odd-Fellowship is the best safe guard pesable; if its Principles are Jived up to. The Principles as taught by Thomas Wildy as the founder of this Noble Order in America. And as taught by the Apostle Paul over ninteen hundred years ago. And over three thousand years ago by JonLthanand David. And then the meek and loley Nazareen confirmed all those grand and noble Principles, by his own death and resurrection. Yes Christ gave his life on the cross to join all Odd-Fellows in one bundle of Love under the golden Rule into one grand temple. But we are very sorrow lo say since the days of the establishing of Odd-Fellowship in America; those Principles has been left on the plains of right and men have crept in unawares, and have led the members out into the fields of selfishness. And they have set up the summe:.' and winter house. That is, Odd Fellowship that was .?nce united in one house the whole Seven Degreos are jiow divided into the Subor dinate, Grand Lodge, and the Encampment. And the Sovern Grand Lodge to Rule over all. These Scporations ,has been made, for the purpose of some few getting rich off the others when the Lodge was first institu ted they were all together in one house and had all things com mon. Equal rights was give to all at that time, and it should be so today. And we can see the fruits of the seporations . When we look at tha'Veach and Keller case the Grand Sire using bis usurped authority, over us he think the less favored brother For there is no mistake but what the grand officers have the advantage over the subordinate ', Members, in every respect. They get the money and that gives tbem the power. We -believe the day has come when there must be a reaction in Odd-Fellowship and there must be a bunting for the old paths and a walk therein. Then there will be a complete house again, and Odd Fellows and Rebekah will Keep the same house in the Grand line of Friendship, Love and Truth. POPE OR CHRIST 224 Pages-Price 25 Cents We defy nny Priest , or any Catholic, todisproyo the Roman Catholic Church to 1m Un-Christian. Sr.. . ... .nnnir Kverv man or woman interested in American institutions and SSSSSSSSStSSmfBi thrti Mend ArAtitQ Wanted . IS8WE-S Swat., rertpald: 5 rot iyn; am ai an S'fnrfi.M: fflforSS.30; Mlor. - ifcv Pub. Co. f Not inc.) KStLiT" Bex" cweMdi. Let all thy ways Thursday, "Two thirds of the heart to God and one third lo the devil is not the Lord's plan of cam paign in the war of virtus against vice. " Ye cannot serve God and mammon. The new pope is to send his first benediction or praise to America. He bad just as well send his "hodoism before he was made pope The. political wrangle and formalities which they went through with did not change the power of thfs iDago before God or mau. But you know they are courting favors and power in this free American country. Beacon Light, READ Within the next two weks we may expect most bloody engage ments both in Eastern and Western Europe, Tens of thous ands of the bravest of men will be swallowed by the inoJoch of war. The most fertile in the countries of Europe. Hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of wealth will be destroyed. Hung er and starvation will visit every city and town in Europe. Countries and governments will be completely bankrupted- Old Europe will be shaken up so thoroughly as neve before in her historical life. Old systems, old governments, old-rulers, old tyrannies will die a.sudden death and out of the turmoil and ex citement and ruin will grow new life, a new Europe in which the. or ganized forces of Labor aud Bible Socialism will play an influential rule. What will the next twelve months bring for tho nations of Europe? Who knows? Gone Astray. 2 Colts light bays, one horse colt 2 years old justmain cut off had on a small bell when left home a few white hairs about the center of forehead. 1 Yearling, main cut oft and blaze in face, t front foot white to paster joint, 1 hind leg on same side of white foot in front i u:tp uit way to knee. W. M. Holt lives on the head of Cleaver Creek close to Walter Smith's Central Denlow - Call Dow Holt Phone, , Give y information' and you will ba satisfied for all trouble be Established' Sept 17th, 1914 No. 30 Home Circle The habit of treating those who are nearest and dearest to us with discourtesy, is one that cloud tne sunshine of too many homes. If you are young and looking for your prince, just test his home conduct. Do not be guided in your choice by what a young man is in the parlor; find out what he is in his mother's sitting room. Do not judge him by the way the he can tip his hat but by the by the way he treats the old especially his parents, Educate your b.oy. You may think money spent in th's way is money spent in vain. There is nothing in him;he has no "pride no aspiration. You don't know No one can tell what is in a boy Besides there may be an unkindly spark, an unfanned flame, a smouldering tire, a latent energy which the teacher's rod may stir, the association, which the books and men may arouse, develop and direct, and thus start a hov nanns. with that no power on earth could ston him short of the tonmost round in the ladder of fame. One of the fashionable sins of the present time is the sin of idleness. This may not apply to the ''club ladies" of our town but this evil exists to an alarming extent, especially so in larger cities where competent ladies fiit away time as if there were no c'aims upon them in the buisy marts of life. There are persons whom the stress of oitcumstanc es compel to work.but the work is too often done under protest There is a distaste for house keeping. While all honest labor is honorable there is nothing more so than the care of a home. No home is quite complete where everything for its comfort and cheer has been done without tho presence in it which redeems the too sordid pursuit of present opportunities by the tender touch of the things of the past ''what is home without a mother?" the street ballad has it, but just as true and forcible a phrase would be, ''what is homo without a grandmother?' Whether it is the brisk and bustling grandmother' whose years sot lightly and who is more useful than any brownie in the home or the dear old saint whose work is done and who can only sit with folded hands and 'ubow us how near heaven is to I earth, it is the, grand mctb.e that V prov.4 - 26. Column is the real angel in the borne and every child in the family thinks so. When a young couple start out in life together and they do real ly love each other sincerely there is one other thing, next to good health that is needed to make a continuous happy life and that is good fiioncicring Without this quality love will soon fade away and disagree ment i'oilow. What causes so many divorce, suits? Bad financi ering. Some of our best and brightest citizens are among our poorest managers and conse quently have difficulties to battle wi,h during life. Therefore good management and saving qualities together with good character are essential points to be observ ed by young men and women equally well by husband and wife in order to maintain pro- sperity and contentment. Nobodv likes a last girl. She may be pretty and rich but if she is bold and fast among men she will never be well respected Well bred people appreciate mod esty in women and cannot toler ate the want of it. We are glad to say that a? a rule girls are retir ing and modest but occasionally we see one that is hoidenish and oold and the younger she is the worse she seems to be. The pro per place for a girl under 1 is among her dolls and the longer she stays there the better it is for her future happiness. The girl who sits out at 14 will be an old woman at 25, Mothers, keep your daugtbers about you knees as long as possible and you will never have cause to regret it. Home life is the source of ex- I quisite blessings. There is noth- iug more attractive, refining and uplifting than its simple joys and firside pleasures. The world has pleasures gay and bright but nothing exeeds the joy of homa and bliss of our own fireside It is the place of gladness whore burns the firelight bright. We cross the doorsill aud enter its threshold to find the garden of paradise . We cannot be indiffer ent to the sweet attractions sim pie pleasures pleasant conversa tion and sweet songs of the family circle. None are .inoro bright more pure and none mors like the love of highest heaven ( I I is more like heaven -than,,' any spot on earth.