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SB . KIT l r "Ponder the Path of thy feet and VOL. -XVI THS CEBSSKT. LEACHVILLE. ARK. REV, L,'S. GARRETT, Kditou. PUBLISHERS. tN. G. Garrett & M. M. BowerB- SUBSCRIPTION, 'One Year... ...$1,00, Six Months.., . . ,55 eta, 'Three Months ...30 " Invariable in advance. tar GOOD MORNING Friends, and Readers of the World's Cresset, since our last talk with 4LOU in the Cresset, we crossed the Missouri lino, and we are now iu Arkansas, near Leachville in Mississippi County. But this does not break tbo ties of . Friendship, between us and oar friends in Old Missouri, nor an; place else whenever we may have any. And Thb Wobld's Cresset will come to you with its stream of light; from Its New Location as free as when it spread its wings in Old Missouri. And we shall be as determined to til) the minds of our Readers withtthe Word of God, s a hun. .... gry man at a full table, to satisfy bis hungry appetite. For this reason we say to our ' Friends in Missouri, and otber States, that we shall never for get the past help, that you have given to us, and we beg your -tontinuation of Friendship and Help. And will say further, to those Friend and all who "may become. Friends in Arkansas, we beg your Friendship in help iog to give to others the Beauti ful Light of Divine Truth. Thb World's Cresset will - come to your hemes every week, unless some preventing provi . dence. And in our New Ilome we shall work for the good of mankind io general, and in this (. manner, try to do the most good for the most people, OUR 08AHM. Tbo change that we have made lq our location will call for a repntition of our foundation iu regard to the teachings ' of .the WordcfGoil as we have many new subscribers we shall for this reason repeat many of our form er sermons, we aball give you the difference between Creation and Formation fis the word teach the difference So dear readers' tank for it and be benefited by it. ;yjWiS nderstaqdlpg . of the LEACHVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Co. ARKANSAP Our New Home We are now located within two miles of Leachville Ark. on land owned by Hon. S. L. Culler of Bunker Mo, on land, at . the present, could be called nothing bub a vast hbwlln g wilderness,' which we must at the present believe that God has spoken of in thir manner. "And the work of righteous ness shall be peace; and the effect of righteousness, quiet ness, and assurance lor ever. - And my people shall dwell in a peaceable habitation, and in sure dwellings, and in quiet resting places; When it shall hail, coming down on the forest; and the city shall be low in a low place. Blessed are ye that sow beside all waters that send forth tbith: er the feet of the ox and the ass. Isa. 82 IT 18 19-20 For we must say that, we come hare for more than one purpose.' 1st from a naturel standpoint to clear up Mr Cul lers land and make it a fruitful field. 2nd. From a spiritual standpoint to establish righteousness, both, naturally and Bpirituall y for there must be a restitution of all things, which is spoken by all the Holy Prophets, Bince the world began. There fore righteousness, and peace must be brought to the world And while the peace proposition is being discussed by the world of nations, we in this part of God's land and country shall do all we cr.n to set forth, this great, proposition in our new home, in living it. And that too, for the purpose of leting the world see our good works, so that they too may glorify the the great God of heaven. For this purpose we must say that we trust, that our labor here in our new borne may be the cause of this icripturo be ing fulfilled, please read. "Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your Bins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall . come from the presence of the Lord: And he shall send Jesus Christ, which before was preach ed unto you: Whom the heaven must' re ceive until the times of restitu tion of all things, which God hath spoken by the mouth cf all his holy prophets since the world begnn. Actu 8-1920- 21 Yes dear reader there must be a restitution of all things spoken by all the holy prophets since the world began,, before Christ will come the . second time. And this restitution must bring to the world a covenant of Let all. thy ways everlasting peace and the Rlory of tbo rightoirsness of the land shall cover the earth a? the water, covers the sea. And we shall say that we feel quite thankful for tbe offer made to us of our new home' by the Hon. Mr Culler ot Bunker. And also for giving 08 pur Business as sociation with his Hon.' Agent Mr J, F.$Wlllrlck the banker of LeachvilleAfk. For this and all other good reasons we shall try hard to be of great service to our land Ltfrd, our neighbors, and mankind in general in our new home nd tice location in viting evey' body to come to Churchy especially after we get our'New Church and hear . the - Everlasting Gospel preached, and lived every day by tbe JAH Ville Colony people. Lear old Readers oi ie . Worlds We come to yon again from our new field, with our arms open to yon as ever, and Dray that our new readers may turn in witn tne offered'- mercies of laod, and be saved from this unto ward world, which is taking au toe advantage cl tbe igno rance cast over the people by the vail cast over, all nations -With the image eet up by the second beast John saw rise up ont of the earth, with two horns like a lamb and spake as a.dragan, and made all the world to winder after the first beast. For this reason Dear Old Cresset readers we will have to go over tbe same grounds we have many times spoke to you about. But it will only be refreshing your minds with the great truths of the Bible, which we say cannot betoid tv often. And at all times,-bring new light to us. For our new readers has cot had the privilege of reading of the two men ona canted on the sixth day. oen 126 27 and the otber one formed after the 7th: day oen. 2nd. 7. So look fnr 'ru IU8 VNEB5ET. Sayings of Great Men on tbe peace LEAGUE; (Clipped from some late papers.) Reed And Washington Are joined . for 1920. old is new Americanism THE SENATOR FROM MIS; SOURl SCENTS ' A PARTY SITUATION THAT WILL MAKEHIM THE LEADER OF THB OLD THOUGHT. T ' . Cresset be established," THURSDAY DEO. 2Gtb. 1918. THIS IS WHAT HE SAID. "I desire to ask tbe attention of the Senate to some rather brief remarks touching the pro posed league of nations. I shall not be able in tbe time limited, to enter into a complete analysis of that great subject, I hope merely tc throw out a few aug. gestions which may possibly be ot some use at a time like this. "At tbe beginning I shall breach a senatorial precedent by reading a statement by George Washington. I know that Wash ington is very much cut of fashion-fHla memory and teach ings are fading from the minds of modern statesmen. Nevertheless, out of reverence for the past I challenge your thought to these words by Washington in the very sunset of bis life, when looking back ward through the mellow light of experience, he surveyed the history of mankind, and when he was also able to catch a proph etic vision of the mighty re public of today. Let me implore your attention. "Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence, (I conjure you to believe me fellow citizens) the jealousy of a free perple ought to be constantly awake, since history and experacce prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republi can government t Real prtriots who may resist tbe intrigues of the favorite are liable to become suspected and odious while its tools and dupes usurp the ap plause and confiileuceof the of the people to (surrender tbeir interests." etc. WARS SURE TO COME AS LONG AS SIN EXISTS, SAYS MARSHALL. Only when powers accept peace at any price will nations league avail, Hp asserts. Friction may be ended, by trade reciprocity. Voices opposition to Govern ment ownership but prefers it to sbip subsidy, Nations' League Only can Save Germany States Von Bernstorff. Former ambassador breaks silence maintained since his re call early in 1917. Expresses great bono in effort of Wilson. , Denies emphatically he was ever implicated in any conspir acies In this country, ' THE ., ".NEW AMERICAN DOCTRINE.'1. Senator Knox hae joined the chorus of voices warning Jh9 United States against '-serious international entanglements..' Whilo th President is making 1 history for us on European soil, and is collaborating with the leaders of the alied nations as they seek tu make peace Prbv. 4.26 ,,N0..3,' permanent. Mr. Knox talks about tbe extension of the Mource Doctrine and promul gates what he terms an entirely new "American Doctrine," which be sees emerging from tbo present world situation. LODGE WOULD PUT OFF NATIONS' LEAGUE SCHEME. Washington, Dec, 21, calling President Wilson's league of nations idea "captivation and aUractlved,'' Senator Lodge, Republican floor leader today seriously questioned its prac tical lityas a working plan to keep the peace of the world. Attempt to form an effec tive league now, Lodge said on only lend to "embarrass tbe peace that we ought to make at once with Germany. "Intelligent discussion becomes difficult when tbe league of nation drape themselves in trailing clouds.of glory and omit to tell us conditions to which they propose to bind the nations," Lodge added. He followed with a series of questions as to who would be members of the league whether Germany is to bo included and whether small nation are to have a vote equal to the large ones. Lodge urged postponement Jof dtscussionof those five of the President's 14 peace terms until a satisfactory and binding peace treaty has been signed: League of nations. Freedom of tbe seas. Secret diplomacy- Economic barriers. Reduction of armaments. Declaring that Germany did not change its nature overnight when theKaUrr ran away to Holland,", Lodce demandnd a peace treaty packed by nln-aical I guarenteed that would make it inposslble for ibat country "to break out again upon tho world ! with a war on conquest:'1 i '-JUSTICETO IRELAND WILL PROVE WAR'S AIMS WERE WON. COR'DINALn-mNTN.-PT.r j UU IN RINGING SPEECH, AT MASS MEETING,.- HE URGES THE POLITICAL WRONGS.fcF THE "OLDEST AND MOST CHRISTIAN" CF ALL THE PEOPLE BE RIGHTED AS EVIDENCE TO THE WORLD THAT THE REIGN OF JUST ICE HAS COME- His Eminence. Cardinal O.Cbn ntl of Boston, delivered a notable address at the Madison Square Garden (New York) meeting, Tuesday night, Dec. 10, on the occasion of tbe great public dem onstration for the'settlement of the Irish question. The' Post Dispatch herewith preasnls tho text of bis speech: " -' Who was it who by the enunci" Continued to Page 4 '