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"PONDER Tbe PATH Of THY FEET and Let ALL THY WAYS Be ESTABLISHED (Prov. 4 -26 ) VOUXIII. MOUNTAIN. GROVE R. 3. Bright Co. MO. THURSDAY, OCT. 7ob. 1915. No. 20 TflH CRHSSHT. MOUNTAIN GROVE MO, Route 3. Caudle Gr0v; REV, L. 8. GARRETT, Editor PUBLISHERS. N- G. Garrett and M. M. Bowers Published Every Thursday AT THE CAUDLE GROVE AND Applied for admission as 2nd. class matter at Mt. Grove Mo. "'BUBSCRIPTiaN.ir"-i One Year. . ..- . ..$1,00 Bix Months ....50 cents. Three Months 25 " Invariably in Advance! Emblems Tbe Hour Glass, tbe Sythe, the Maliet tbe Accasia, and the Coffin. Those beautiful ana" expressive emblems, thus so dose with tbe solomn relatives of death. "Tbe deep damp Vault, the Mattock, and the gravV We look at those as sad and gloomy considerations of the human family, for even the animals dread death when it begins to! close in npon them, but we must say that after a man has spent a perfect life as a Mason christian, or an OJd fellow chris. tian; death is no dread to tbem. The cold and the darkness of tbe Tomb is hidden to them bv tbe evergreens of faith avA hnu i w - ' vwhica springs forth from the' root of Jease, who was cut down in the midst of his days, but from wh"8e resumption we derive a glorious evidence, of a blessed immortality., Ii sine our great pattern and exemplar, we are faitbful to our trusts, vie lence may assail, but cannot destroy us ; death will no longer be a tyrant. But a Tyler to uher us in to the presence of our Su preme Grand Master who pre ides over tbe Grand and sunre me Lodge above. Trusting that our offering in our weak manner JJiay te htreagihtotheweak. For we ourselves are in needof a cood friend or friends and it would be a God send for us to find even one of them. HOME CIRCLE Column. THIS HUSBAND S PAST, I have read many articles in I umn about Happy Homes, To' judge from them one would think that it rested entirely with tbe wife to make home happy. All the advice is to. her: she must make her hu-band happy .( I suppose it does not matter if she is miserab'e herself, so Boe pieases her husband, I think tbe husoand has really more to do with making a home he lays th foundation himself, and has the power to make it good and strong to withstand the hardships of life, and he can make it wea and tottering so it will destroy his peace as well as his wife's When be takes hia young wife home she looks to mm with all the love and confl (denceof a child to its mother, j He lias the same influence over her child. Everything is new, i and she does not see her way ! cltarly, but trusts to him for .guidance. She wants to please him; he is her world. From him sbe learns tbe first lesson of real life. A real man, a gentle men, will not need any one to tell him what course to pursue: be will give her his tenderest care and teach her to respect him, and respect is tbe safest guard you can place over a. - mai's heart. If there were more ood men there would bn more happy husbands Mothers should id take the same pains in raising sous as they do with their dau gbters, among other things teach them lefinement, teach them the value of a good wo man's love and try to save some your woman a lire of misery, there are other ways to kill a woman besides shooting with a gun or stabbing with a bnife. You cn crush their heart. starve their minds, as well as bodies, practice cruelty! to their children There are husbands who have all these thinirs to answer for some day. God will surely hold them accountable for tbe lives they destroy. He calls himself a man, he is a hus band and father. Diden't he promise to be kind to her in sickness, and has be kept that promise? No, when she is t j sick to work be has important besiness off somewhere, be does not send any one to stay with ber, either; neither does h? pro Continued to Page 8.