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IB ii'l. e in rsiullMI - ianF tin Fonder the Path of thy feet and Let all' thy ways be established,' ' Prov. 4.26 VOL. XIV MOUNTAIN GROVE R. P, D. No. 3. CAUDLE GROVE. Wright Co. MO. THURSDAY JUNE 21st, 1017. No. 50. The CRESSET MpHTAIN ROY MISSOURI. B. F, D. N.i. 8, C tidle Grove REV, L. 8. GARRETT, . Editoh PUBLISHERS If. G. Garrett ,4 M. M. Bowevs, Published Every Thursday AT THE CAUDLE GROVE. AND Entered as Second Class matter Bept. 1st-1915. at the Past Office at Mountain Grove Missouri, under the Act of Mar. 3rd.l879. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 cents Three Months 25 ' Invariable in Advance. To Our Friends Enemies. else we then ask them to go. And as far as spending money fer fine clothes we have bought nothing for several years we have been wearing clothes- that has been worn by other men, who thought enough of us as te give us their worn clothes, which we was glad to recieve, and they, were good enough for us. Aid glad have we been to get them- Hoping that the readers of the CRESSET will show this article to all who may believe ether wise, and then ask me for any more information you may want And do not think we area Ty rant until you learn the fact that we are, and this we believe you will never learn. Hoping that this may set sotme false re ports right we beg to remain the servant of pur readers. and War News. Red cross funds now. to be asked Dear Friends, If we have" any. and enemies, which we are, conn .dent that we have, and too with out any cause whatever, except jealousy. We wish to correct a false re -port and rumar circulated over the country : and that is, that the Editor of The World's OniESRET Rev. L. S Garrett 4oes not work any ; and uses the hard earned money of the men -working under him. for his own reat and good pleasure, and lives sampteously off of this noney every day, and leaves .them go hungry and , ragged; But he himself wears the best of clothes. j First we wish to say that we have always been a bard work' ing man, oftimes work-ng at ight when the world in general .was wraDDed in sleep and slum ber. But we shall notggo back to the dead past, But for the pres nt'time of our present location My little family consisting of my wife and two little boy and my self, came to the L. D. Caudle farm on the 2nd. day of last I April two years ago. On the morning of the 3rd, I and my wlfnwentto the woods to cut cordiwood, and 18 month follow ing, accept Sunday we were in the ' woods by daylight, and .many days we worked until the stars came up. If you do not -believe this statement We can the hast of ceishbors for reference to the same fact, Rinca that' time our labor has not beea so great only in a busi ness manner, , And yet we must say that we have done several ' hours work, and tnat to against the will of our brerthren. In re- .card to us trying to bind any i one to stay with us is false, they . 'come and go as they 'feel about H. but one thing we do say that while they are here they must Campaign will Begin with big meeting at convention to night the 17. Russia won't be lured making peace with austria ball into Issue proclamation Roar of bloody Fighting Is Heard on Other Fronts; ''Means the Wreck of Freedom." No Backing for S. on note to China. i People are Exhorted to Rally Around the Banner of Revolution. dressed what is considered friendly note to China, asking the two fighting factions te compose their differences and restore internal order. At about the same time Great Britain. France and Japan were invited to take some steDS toward the restorat'on of order in China but Japan at least apperently did not understand that the Ameri can action bad already been taen Japanese Doubly Disturbed. Of June 8tb the first public intimation of American's actua action came in a dispatch from Peking, quoting the text of the American note, given out apparently by the Chinese authorities. On June 9 there ap peered in the Tokio Asahi not this real text, but a dispatch sent from .New York and consisting of newspaper comment. The Japanese were df.ubly disturbed first, by the eaming direct interference in China's affairs and.jecond. by the knowledge that America had already taken her action while negotiation were apparently still upder way Tocjay. again from a foreign source, cornea the first word of the original American suggestion that other governnifents associate themselves in the move te re store order in China. Great Brit ain i reportod to have expressed general agreement with Amer ica's policy, but to view the sit. uation from a slightly different uncle. Just what that angle is oot known, as the full text has not been rceived here, and it is doubtful, from the fact that all information so far has come from abroad, if it will be made Dublic. (The Kansas Citv Journal.) Ii A-Series of Sermons. 1st. Creation and Formation. TELLS WHY U. S. IS AT WAR Japan like Britain,, Refuses to Associate herself withjAmerican Action. France fails to reply. This Country stands Alone in effort to settle Internal Troubles. Washington, June 16. -Japan has taken notion similar to Great Britain's in refusing to associate herself with the American act ion in asking the rival factions in China to compose tneir differ ence it was said today a the state department. -No reason was given for the action of either nation, but It is assumed that neither felt that the .American action would be successful. Secretary Lane Speaks Before Home Club of Interior Depart ment. WASHINGTON June 4- On the eve of war registration dav. Secretary Lane made a speech before the Home Club of the interior department tonight in which he addressed a word to those who have not seen clearly the reason for the countri's call upon its joung men and in ring- tag sentences answered the question, "Why are we ngnung Germany?" America i at war. Mr Lane Said, in self defense and because A Mnt. kpftn nut: fthe i& .at war to herself with the rest of the world, from the na'.ion that ha linked loself with with the 'Turk and adt pted the method of t. t Kof Mahomet, setting itself to make oaunu ia auuwu iqocuu vunu . .. , tt-u- Ini.. . it. nmVthe world oow Deiore iwnww to China feeling that it dis regarded the special position Japan claims for herself there The whole question, from what tittle is being divulged by the state department teems to have arisen from a series of misund erstandings. 1 '" As nearly a cau be learned the United States on June 4 ad backed by its , organized ana and scientific military system. Kansas City Journal "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of ihe deep, And the Spirit of aod moved up1 on the face of tbe waters. (Gen. 1-1-2.) Our Text sets forth our Sub- iect in vlain words. That is the Text says that God created the hoavon and the earth, and that the earth was without form aud void. Now we must see. also, that, "Creation and Formation' cannot be the bame, when God plainly tells us, that they are not. And proves tke fact, by His works, For after He created the heaven and the earth, and darkness Then God said; "Let there be light and there was light." Then we must say that there was darkness, and there was light, but the darkness and the light was all mixed up thru each other, Now this gives us to understand that the darkness and tue light are both Created. But it is also true that they are not yet Formed . Now then we shall read to learn how light and darkness was Formed, after they had been Created. A nd God sow the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. And God culled the light Di.y, and the darkness he called Night. And ibe evening and the morning were the hrst day.'1 (Gen. 1-4-5.) The Reader must learn, that! God here formed the light Into a boJy a .d called it day, and then forced the darkness Into a body and called it nigpt. Here is Formation of light and darkness, after God had Created hhpm. And vet we must still, understand that tbe earth is without form. And we must understand that the second day passes, atd the earth is still without Jorm. Bat when we come up to the third day of God's oreatWork Creation, Then we learn that God forms the earth. and tells us how. Pluase read. "And God said, Let the 'water under the heaven be gathered tnorpther unto one place, and let v f) the dry land appear: and it was so. And ood called the dry land Earth; and the gathering togeth er of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that It was good And God said. Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, end tbe fruit tree yielding fruit after his. kind, whose seed is in itself upon th earth; and it was so. And the earth brought ferth grass, and htrb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yield ing fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind, and God saw that it was good . And the evening and the morning were the third day, 1 (Gen. 1-9 to 13) Here we have the earth made vegatable and voyageble. Here we havejbefore us ood's work of forming the earth on the 3rd. day; after he had created it So we must know that Crea tion and Formation are not svnomus terms, they do not mean the same thing. Dear reader in conclusion of this onr first sermon, on a series of them, we wish to inform you, that this is the foundation of God's work of Creation and. For- mation And when men bold out the idea to you that Creation and Formation, are U.e same be lieve it not, for in this sermon you have God's own words for it, that these to are not the same. And when men tell - you and try to teach you, that they mean the same thiDg Right then thev are leading, you or trying to lead you on the foundation of all trouble. It brings you into the greatest evil, which od says is the root of all evil "Which is the love ot money. Tbis has been the oppressive power, ever since satan was cast out of heaven, and took up his abode lu the heart of the Gen tllu, the great Assyrian, who ..... . . . i r was, and did belong to toe cre ated man, male and female. From this standpoint of view we trusting that the reader may preserve every fact of scripture containtd in those series ol sermons, and see tbem linked to gether in a perfect chain of Bible facta. Farewell for tne present. DENTIST WORK. If you waut Dentist Work done tbe place to get the best of work done is ab Dr. Calhouns' and Son at .Norwood Mo. They cannot be surpassed in fine work. Good and easy for the ones getting the work done. NEGRO LYNCHED BY A IN OKLAHOMA. MOB Identified by hU victim, Black . .w-. J is hanged oy l.uuu men uu women. Oklahoma City. June 16. Henry Conly. a negro, wan lynch ed by a mob of 1,000 men and women near Holdenville, Ok., late today after he bad been pos itively identified by Mrs. Jesse L, Burford, wife of a well to do farmer, as the. man who had att acked her one week ago today Conly was hanged to a tree from which early tonight his body was still suspended. i.e something near right, or m ii m ii w ww mii mi iimnir