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2k THE k'V itn w rma a- rats i itm Ji v II. - Ft - . I k 'PONDER The PATH Of THY PEEtVu Let ALli THY WAYS B-ESTABLISHED' (Prov. 4-26) VOL. XIII. MOUNTAIN . i.ROVE R. 3 Wpight Co." MO. THURSDAY. DEO. 16 h, 1915. No. 30. " THE CR2S8ST. MOUNTAIN GROVE MO. Route 3. Cradle Grove; , REV; L. 8. GARRETT, Editor. PUBLISHERS. N G. Garrett and M, M. Bowers V PUBUSHJtD K.VERV 4HOiMDY AT THE CAUDLE G HOVE: -AND . . - Entered as Second Class matter Sept. 1st. 1915. at tbe . PoTt Office at Mountain Grove MigHoori, under the Act of Mar. 8 1879. Anniversy of Odd.FelldwsWp with the Colony. .SUBSCRIPTION.: 0-e Year.; ..,..$1,00 Six Months ..... . . . . . 50 cents. Three Month. ... .,..25 -.V Invariably in Advance! "JUVWUVIUUUUUUUVUUUUUILhjIUUI?.' NOTICE!! Any party or partieu wishing to ask questions through this paper upon any -Bubject, reli giousty w otherwise sballbe treated a a friend. But in" no case will the Editor allow any slang or slang phrases go thru its colnxms. - . , v It has been jat four years And one month, the 11th. of Dec, 1915. since the organization of Freodoms Lodge No, 814 of Brusbykonb Mo., when the Colony men al was Initiated into the Order of Odd Fellowship..' ' Tny built the Hall that tbe Lodge no occupy. '"- From Brnshyknob the daiony oeoole came to Caudle Grove latt April. : And on Dec, 11th, they gave an Anniversy in honor of Freedoms Lodge of which they are members, and in honor of the Robfikah Ldge at fWsawe place, which w organized a little over a year later than Freedoms Lodge; the Colony women all' belongiog toil, . ' v "... Hon. J V7, Wilk rsin of, St L nils. Ex-Grand Sect, of the Grand Lodge or the State of Mo made a fine Address on Add Fellowship, after there had been a short Program given by the Colony people.- . ' . ... ; " - Hon, J. W Wilkerson arrived at Norwood at10 O'clock on the morning of the 11th, was met at the train by Mr. L. D. Caudle in his Auto, was accompanied bw Wm. BrlnegarT arriving at the Gtudle Grove a few minutes la'er, and at 12 . 0 clock there was -long. table s: And Hon; J. W Wilkerson in company with Judge BrutoD, L. D Caudle, Woody Buton. Granville Cooley. Mr. Lacy and J. C: Wilcox and W, E Dawson the 2 last named are Old Sold ier and others numbering 28 lq all at the first table: and as fine a dinner as the world could give and as fine a time as South Mo. can get uo. , We concluded to Post pone a great part of tb services until later oo whea Br.j, Wilkerson igreed to meet with tbe people at this place again, the weather being so unfavorable. There was something hear 200 people as it was. ' 2 '..A we have often said, if you wan to know what Odd-Fellow shipjs come and hear Hon J. W. Wilkerson who has had the broadest experiance In those Grand Principles, The Colony people ueve.-vknw a fiilu re.in having the beauti f ulest and best time under tbe reigns of Bible Government. READ THE CRESSET.