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May ii, 19 1 1,
I East Kentucky
I News You Get
Re corrnric "'' !
la sit lor publication, tit at as
Hurley, May C Nearly all are
thru planting corn In this vicinity.
Two twin babloo were- born to Mr.
,nd Mrs. Frank rjabbard, April 25th.
Olio died but the other ono and mv
thcr aro doing very well. Charllo
(labbard and Mr. and Mr, HHcy CaV
Lard visited relatives In Cluy Co,
Inst week. Little Ka Mooro la af
flicted with something l"ko dropiy.
Mr. and Mrs. Gruver (Jabbard ,ro
visiting friends at Utter Hox. J. U.
Lakes had a working, Tuesday.
1'rlvett, May 6. Tho farmers aro
all busy planting corn. Wllllo and
Myrtlo Holconib visited their Blter,
Mrs. It. D. York, last, week. Vincent
Anderson left, tho third, for Ohio
vhero ho will bo cmplojcd for tho
summer. Mrs. L. J. 1'itcrs' eyes 1
havo been giving her trouble tar
Uio st two weeks. .Mr. and Mrs.
Luck Metealt and Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
jirumback and children visited friends
nnd relatives In" Uorea last, week.
Mrs. Gilbert Mnggard Is not expect
ed to live long. A now telephone
lino Is being erected from Knst Ijem-.
Htndt to (Sray Hawk. Veto Uegl.'y
.. . ' 111 ..ll. .maiilniinln fpVnr.
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Thcro Is good hope that tho frost
jiu.ru io b , 1
has not destroyed all of tho fruit.
. -T-, i ,. oi,.i,
Aunt Eliza T ncher la very sick.
Carlco, May S. Suuday school was
organized the firbt Sunday In May ut
Flat Top church house. Mrs. Leatha
Tussey who has been 111 Is lmprov-
lug slowly. Mr. Jas. Wadell was mar-,
ried, tho olll, to .Miss aanui war ui
Carico. Miss M. K. Roberts was tho
guest of Miss Mary M. Summers, Sun
day. Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Angel aro
tho proud parents of a flue girl. Tho
forest fires have dono onsldeniblii
damage In burning fences here. 1
It. Pennington, tho grocery drummer,
a as through hero recently calling on
tho merchants. J. W. Adklson Is In
ory poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Hluics wore the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Orbin Smith, Sunday. Services
will bo held at Flat Top church tho
fourth Sunday Jn May by Rev. Henry
Lovl8.. Mrs. Daniel Ford has return
ed from Owsley County whero sho
has been visiting her son. Mrs. Liza
Colo visited her daughter, Liza Lear.
Sunday. J. W. Anglln bought a flno
hotter ot E. L. Cockrel ot Livings
ton for 130.
Isaacs, May 5. On account of
much wet weather farnieia are much
later than usual In planting corn.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. G. Allen wtio havn
been visiting In Clay County tho
past mouth t aro expected home In a
few days. Miss Nerva Cornelius was
a guest of Mrs. Sarah Davis, Wednes
day evening. Twin Hunley has sold
his part of the steam mill to M. L.
Pennington's son. Mrs. Andy Simp
son was thrown from a mule, Satur
day evening, and broke a basket of
about 13 dozen eggs. Sho escatod
Injury. John Estrldge vho went to
Colorado some tlmo ago is homo :i
faln. John Sextou'u team ran away
a few days ago and ono of tho horses
camo very near being killed. Mr and
Mrs. G. A. Settle who have been at
Hamilton, 0 for somo tlmo aro
Island City, May 7. Farmers aro
behind with their work because ft
the rains. Married, April 2-Uh, Mar
garet McGeorgo to Frauk Mooro of
Knoxvllle, Teun. Tho couple left Apr.
"Sth, for their home In Knoxvllle.
P. F. McCollum returned lroin I-oula-llle,
Thursday, whero ho hud been
on business. Grant Frjo who ha
Uen attending Ucrea College return-
a homo a tew days ago. Tho out
kldo work of tho graded bchool hen
la completed and Mr. Abshlr ha.
left for his homo In Uoonu'lllo. Win.
Anderson whoso leg was broken homo
time ago will soon be out again. (5.
J. Gentry had u log rolling, Tuesday,
and got lots of work done. W. G.
Alleji vlsltid f i lends at Chestnnt
Imrg, Saturday and Sunday. G. J.
Gontry rotuined from Valley Vl w.
Haturday. U Is reported that Arch
Roll, son ot Tom Uell, btabbed Jolm
nio Peters three or four times In
tho breast with a largo knife. .Ma
le not oxpected to live. Liuuor w.ia
the cause of the traged), Since V.
S. Marshal Maya has been transferr
ed from bore there Is more moonbliliio
whlskoy In this neighborhood than
tliore has been in ten years. Four
teen year old boys are found drunk
along tho public highway and the
parents who should oppose It do not,
but soera to appreciate IU
Rlcotown, May 6. A heavy rain
passed over this vicinity last Sunday
afternoon causing tho largest tide in
tho creek that lias been for sonw
time. The river was fuller than It
la (all tjr lit wtltet. lit unit
arlJaaca of teed faith. Writa pUltljr.
has boen for several years. Miss
lAwna and Lula Wilson ot Cow Creek
visited Misses Pearl (tnd Lucy Gab'
bard last Saturday nnd Sunday.
I'nclo Geo. Gabbard Is In very poor
htnlth. John Gabbard was called to
his placo from Oneida to sco hlu
ilclc father, Geo. Gabbard. Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Gabbard visited their
ion, Henry, on Cow Creek, Tuesday -Kay
Wilson killed a largo copp.r
hcad a few days ago. Mr. nnd Mra.
Henry Gabbard. of Cow Creek aro
.ho parents of a fine girl, also Mr.
und Mrs. Perry Gabbard. a girl.
Misses .Molllo and Lucy Wilson and
1-nura 11. Treadway ot Cow Cre'k
returned hninu from Huckhorn, Fri
day, whero they had been taking the
Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Reynold
uro rejoicing ovr tho arrival of a
flno boy. Miss Lucy Reynolds of
Cow Crtvk spent Saturday and Sun
wlt, relatives at this place. HU-
laid Huff Is In Lestlu County.
Sturgeon, Ky., May S, lull.
Cdltor of Tho Citizen,
Ily an agreement and the selection
of a ctimmltteo between mid by the
-.arlous candidates of Owsley County
for ltepresentatlvo of tho 71st Legls-
atlvo District, Judge John F. llrewer
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ot Sturgeon, Ky was selectcil to run
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for tho Republican nomination In
dlscontluuo my announcement. 1 also
nrslro to ask my friends and rela
tives in Owsley, Clay nnd Jackson
counties, one and alt, to vote for
, , ... ., hn 1lopn
lected as the choice ot till candidates
of Owsley County. There Is not a
better qualified nnd moro deserving
mnn than ho In Owsley County.
J. A. Mahaffey.
Kingston, May S. Miss Vernn
Parks entertained a number ot gUM
nt her homo Wednesday night.
Among them were, Laura Murray, Ly
dla Young, Suda Powell, Mabel Flan-
ery. Fairy Settlo and Leila Flauery.
James and Wllllo Murray have w
turned from Clay County whero tluy
havo been buying cattle and hogs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Lunsford made
a business trip to Korea, Saturday.
Choster Parks of "Derca visited his
parents, Saturday. Miss Ora Flan
cry who Is attending tho E. K. S. N.
spent from Saturday till Monday
with her parents. Miss Molllo Sparks
of Dreyfus spent last week with
her cousin, Miss Suda Powell. Mr.
nnd Mr. Douglas Young six-nt Sun
day wltli Mr. and .Mrs. Will Cornell
ion. Mrs. Cam lw'Is and daugh
ter, Eva, were In Derea. Saturday,
on business. Mrs. Ballard spent tho
first of last week with her daughter,
Sirs. Whit .Moody. Miss Roda Uo-v-
nian aud Mrs. Magglo Bowman wen?
la Richmond on busluexs, Wednes
daysMrs. R. J. Engle of Uerea w n
Hie guest ot Mrs. C. F. Parks, Thurs
day. Misses Jessie and Lydla Youn?
wero In Derea, Saturday, on business.
-Mrs. Jas. Turley and Mrs. Whit
Moody made a business tilp to Rich
mond, Friday. Miss Martha. Maupin
who has been visiting her parents for
somo tlmo has returned to her school
' Phllndelnhla. Pa.
IlIO HILL. j
Dig I llll, May 8. Mrs. Green Gab
bard Is spending a few days with her
sister, Aunt Cluda Raker, who has
been sick for Bomo time. Llttlo Ja
Min Settle spent a few da;s with his
giaudparents, Mr. and Mrs. Klnuard,
of Uorea. People aro very busy with
their crops. Lucy Hayes spent Sun
day ovenlng with V. T. Roberts rt
Mote. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hudson
MR. PROPERTY OWNER-Stop!
Consider! Why not use the best
possible when YOU pay the bill?
Hanna's Green Seal
Stands for everything that is best'in paint.
The pigments used are properly proportioned
and thoroughly compounded. '
STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE
"HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made t. Wear"
rom sali mv
WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Onm Btlty UaKlmf mOWmmr
maau wram naymi urayrv
Oroam of Tartar
NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE
jCulmi wero the guests of Mr. and
nnd family spent Sunday with Mis. (Mrs. Win. McColluni, Sunday.-Llttlo
Hudson's pnronts. Mr. nnd MrsF. J.j0iii M. llullen who has boen Blek
Robertson, Mrs. Ren Uoen of Kings
ton mado a visit to her parents, Mr.
i.nd Mm. M. I). Settle. A. P. Scttl"
of Iindon visited hls-'brotlier, -M.
i. Settle, Friday. Saturday and Sun
day aro regular church days at Pilot
Knob. Memorial services are post
poned until June. Mr. and Mrs. Fnr
i Is Marcum visited over Sntiirday and
Sunday nt her brother's, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Line's. Mrs. Mnrcum nnd Mrs.
L. C Powell s)ieut :i few days with
their parents here. All day services
will bo held at Narrow Gap, Sunday
week. Musket dinner on tho ground,
Everybody como and bring a full
basket Georgo Plgg who had his
The Man I Ought To Be
There's a fellow on ahead there
Can you see him? If you can,
Kindly tell him not to hurry,
For I'm coming; he's the man
I've been following my life through;
Can't o'ertake him, for, you see,
One night when I wasn t watching-
Well, he got the start o' me.
Sometimes, by some great exertion.
Some harsh conflict I have won,
When I'm still too wholly tired
To care much for what I've done.
I can see the husky fellow
Just a step ahead; but while
I accept congratulations,
He adds on another mile.
If you sec him, say I'm tired,
Ask him please, to wait for me;
Tell him there's a lot of scenery
He has passed he didn't see.
On ahead the way grows darker,
Shadows longer, daylight dim;
But I'd like to pass the gateway,
If I can, beside o' him.
lee broken six weeka uii in mini: lo
ltoKSl te .n"o,
formed.-M, and Mrs. J. ... Richard- I
ton wero vlsltlug James Coylo nt
Borea, Sunday evening.
Go to M. D. Settlo, Rig Hill, for
line shoes. Good flour and alt kinds
of grocerlos at bottom prices.
Rockford, May 8. Tho Rev. A Cor-
nollus tilled his regular appointment
nt Scaffold Cun) church, Saturday
and Sunday. Miss Bertha and Bern-
Ico Todd and Minnie Hamilton visit-
ed Miss Myrtlo McCollum. Sunday.-
l FINE MONUMENTS
Tombstones and Corner
5. McGuire, 1
I Wlllard Todd la very sick. Miss Kll
ia nnd Jolcoy Dalton nnd Llizlo
Jones visited Pearl Llnvllle, Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. II. B. llullen and
family were tho guests ot J. W.
Todd and family, Sunday. Tho Rev.
I.unsford ot near Keren preached nt
tho now church houso of Scaffold
Cnno, Sunday evening Thero will bo
se rv Ices at tho now churrh, Sunday,
May 14th at 11 a. ni. Kverybody Is
Invited to como. Miss Ella Lnko ,f
Uerea Is visiting friends and relative
hero. M. R. McGuIro and family of
Uorcn are visiting friends hero.
Mrs. Molllo Jones who has been with
her aunt, Mrs. John Gulnu. returned
to her home In Illinois last Friday.
Miss Llddlo Cornelius visited Miss
Hertn Todd from Saturday till Sun-
day. Mr. and Airs. Juiihb K. i)at-
.ton of Jleroa visited T. C. nnd W. l
Vlars Saturday-and Sunday. John T.
I Stephens visited Rolllo McColluni,
j Sunday. Uernlco K. Todd Is staying
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stepliens visit-
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led J. W. Todd nnd fnmlly, Sunday.
' Mi.... t. 1 1 a I. n 1 I i . I ..t
.Miss Tnlitha Coylo of Rockfnnl Vis-
Red Miss Uerta and Iknnlco Todd,'llio iitldrt of
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Sunday evening. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jan.
fer some tlmo Is Impioiliig. r. l
Vlars and daughter. Ilenlah. wen th-
guests of W. C. Vims, Simdny.
'A INT I.ITK.
Paint Lick, .May 7. 11. L,
mid family vlsltid John Smith anil
family Inst Sunday. May 2Mh Is shaMi or cariienlers and steeple Jack
tho day Bet for tho dedication of I'm- i''"e dispatched to render imtholog!
tersvllle Raptlst church. Kerybody In- -nl aid to his angelshlp.
!ted to como aud bring a basket. j 1',lH Kentleniaii honored by thH
Mrs. Preston Ward Is very sick.-- nnibassndor of the Apocalipxo wus Jo
Miss Alllo Illanton of Ilerea was tho h,'l'l Smith and tho place of Inter
puest of her sister, Mrs. Mnry ;ah-v'ow Wll 'ar Palni)ra, New York,
bard, last week. Miss Susie Davis , Jseph, complying with tho angelic
ii Instructions unearthed nt the foot of
T tho hill Cumorah, certain gold plates,
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tL JlZ ZZnUl
church, 2:30 p. m.
Wngersllle. May 8.-MUs Mary
v.lison visited her brother. Chnrl-T.
r.tar Irvine, last week. Miss
l-'ll t t
I nrk vlslU-d Mrs. Frank
f, few days last week Mrs
Kolley gave a carpet rag tacking on
day last week. A. Q. Wilson Is very
laick. - MIss Kiln Park win tho gue-it !
of Miss Katherlim Wageiv, Sunday.
Posts for lots call upon
Parr Berea, Ky.
Origin of the Superstition Some of its Doctrines- Second Paper.
Dy NORMAN A. 1MRIK
Ijist week's nrtlclo wna Unvoted to
definition ot Mormontam. It do
'w.rlbod Mormonlsm as a superstate 1
und mado. passing mention of somo
of Its teachings. This apcr, as fully
us tho necessarily small space permits,
wilt toll something of Its doctrines.
1 Klghteen centuiles ago, when St.
I John's spirit left rocky I'litmon for
honven, tho last vohtlgu ot Christina
'nuthorlty, says Mormon theology, was
1 withdrawn from the earth. For over
soventeon bundled years mankind
poped In tho blockest of rellglo.is
darkness. Now and again n strong
'light like Luther. Knox, nnd Wesley
would nppenr but It soon waned and
l.ft mankind still li Iplcssly benight-
. . . , .... .uah ii. iiiu v .. i i 'in i. ii in iii'i
nlnetoenth century, the great Prophet,
Seer nnd Revelntor npx'arcd on the
angel flew through
iniurk UI !-, I'll IliltlllK mJ
everlasting gosixd to preach to them
t...... .... ,!. .
Hint dwell aii the earth, mid to every
nation, kindred, tongue und ieopo."
,1150V. II: (!) That "everlasting gof
pop was Moniionlsin; that nngel was
Moroni ho with IiIh golden trunut
today stands H-rvhed on tho temple
"iilv1 ,0tt"r- 11 18 r"tlmr "'fstli'U
io noio in p.iRsiiig mnt not I0114
no ho was struaji by lightning mil
-nowed such thn-atenlng symptonis
"r collapse that human doctors. In tho
Mrnngoly Inscribed, und n, huge pair
ot goggles by vlrtuo of which he
translated tho mysterious writing.
Tno result of theso negotiation was
tho Book of Mormon, published !n
lo37 nt Palinym, New York, tho
n turn to earth of proper priestly au
thority and the end of tho sevculoii
centuries ot human aiiostacy, and
darkness. This doctilno of tho with
diawal. and, after seventeen hundred
jcars. tho return of ecclesiastical au-
tholty Is perhaps the fundamental u rl,llculous by i tut If, that loads t
litoctorlno of Morinonlsm. in that It , .at ono most repugnant to our s.. ,!
mpplloa tho reason of tho church's lumt menacing u, ollr ,tItlI.
cMstenc. tloI1H u1, holm.g( nulMl) lKImm,
j Hu who would study .Mormon doc- Low dixs it lend lo It? Nothing alm
( trine Is nt onco coiifrouUd with tlw pier. Alorinoiia uro taught Unit th"
difficulty that .Ytornionlsm publishes lr Is peopled with splrlu which ir
io brief and reasonably couiploto uniting for human bodies. It Is
slutemeut of Its own teachings. The! their duty to provide those splriU
,'ArtlcIeb of Fnlth" aro the neaiest J with tho nie-iiu of pron'sslon In
fcpproach to such a statement but i this llfo. That doctrine plus
theso do not mention a numbei of'tuln sUtcr, that exnllatloti In tlu
tno most luiportnnt doctriuts at all ,' futuro llfo is determined by the sUe
and many other i)lnta can bo under- j or a man's posterity, and jou have
stood only In tho light of other ut- the utinosphero for, mid tho cause ot
teniuces of the fouiideu and great 'st polygamy.
teachers of .Mormoiils,,,. I All lho railJ5i,t mt 0 tfj0
A Mormon says ho believes In Uo-l ,ruK0ly , lhat w M0Kcn ,
and Jesus Christ his Son. and Hi tho mtvn of tllu cruo, f m
Holy C.host. Uut ho does not tell you . theniseluH. Why? Uecaus.
i.u lm..,L uuu a oiicv u ....... us
wo are. that ho Is polygamous, tint
there aro many gods, that some day
wo all may bo gods, that Adam U
"10 SOU 01 uus worm, mat uirm
"t-ml sou ot Ad -god,
1 that ho saw his seed ere he wns enr
Iclfled. There is 110 puras.) so common
In Mormon sermons as this oiu
1 that summarizes tho whole concop-
i"0" ,,f ao1', "A" m,,n U 110,1 "M
I.?"' a8l"' ta ,mnn. MBy lc0,"u
itu mum BwiivfiiT-iiiD til
'11... .Hi.. ..Inf........... ...
Congleton L1'"' 0,U,W'"K stiliw mado by Mor
8 A R ,'ll'lerii '" inibllc; "Adam camo
10 iuis worm wiiii ouu ot nis wives
to people It. rho first H'rson Christ
mul w,,t" "u r(,8U ,,om 1,10 UL"
r"8 ',") one 01 wm'a- lMH
I amazing statement m jieoril 1n11.11
to ten thousniid listening, enthusiastic
Mormons, gathered In conference at
the Salt Luke City Tabernacle In'
Joseph Si.ifth as ho btroked his goat
like hyiKJcrlllcal whiskers, "Tho tlm-i
will come when tho name of Josopu
tiiiilth will bo honored und revered
ns Is tho name of tho Son of God
now." Calaphas might this time,
with abundant cause, lmo rent his
garments nnd exclaimed, "blasphemy.
As nu Inevitable coiiReipjcnco ot
this degradation of the dignity aud
rhnracter of tied, and tho etaltatlo.i
01 muir piopnei aim ins uucniiig. Ly men l Joseph K. Smith th
lho lllblu bus boen releguted to tlM l-resldent, who has had twelve thll
scrap barrel of Mormon llteruture, I ,,en by ixilygamous wives since ho
"Oh yes' 0110 often hears from tlw church promised to suppiess It. 'lln
meeting house rostrum, "We believe .vrlt)r ttUM , H)llt 1mm ct whla
tho lllblo. It Is u good lilstory ot tho ,t, wnH n.XM aoo . ,,, 1V..J
Jews and has some first rato teach- tho fortythlnl uddlllou to hl.-j
lugs, hut tho Rook of Mormon, Doo- dadlo roll. (A modern western con
trine and Covenants aud l'eurl of uinlrum would be, "How do tho Salt
(Jreat 1'rlco" (all Morinonly saciud) I Ukii City Smiths get their own
"bolug subsement levelatlous of God's mulIT") CerUilnly, it Is far from
nlll, have a larger claim 011 our ru"
gard and attention." To the average
Mormon tho lllblu U naught but nt.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sparks uro vU-
Iting James Sparks, this week. Mrs.
A. K. Scrlvnor camo homo lust wuik
after an extended visit In Richmond
and Uerea. -Miss Kuto W'ugera spent
last week with Miss Mary Mahaftoy
In Irvine. Miss Fail Scrivner was
in Irvine latit week on business.
nrmory from which ho selects barb
pointed, tricky, catch verses to dupo
tho unwnry. Ho knows nothing ot
It as n food granary for his dooper
llfo. Tho lllblu Is on every Mormon
pulpit, but always underneath tlw
threo sncrcd (?) Mormon books and
Tho systoni has two sacred orders
of priests, tho Aaronlc and Molchlse
dek which aro ordained by tho lay Inn
on of hands by those who aro In au
thority, and are set nart to preach
the goapcl and administer tho ordin
ances thereof. Mention will bo made
f Ita imwcr In next week' papor.
Sufficient for thu present Is Joseph
Cook's comment, when lie saw tho
Laglo Gate In Salt Uiko City, where
u giant eaglo Is perched ujion an 1
burying Its talons In a boo-hlve,
"'Tin a fitting symbol of Mormonlsm;
mpaclly preying on Industry or th
iirlesthood proylnc on tho xoplo."
.ow como two of the most dli
linctlw and charactTlsllc Mormon
doctrines. Every litimiiii being,
foro Idrth Into this woiid, lived as a
spirit In another, shadowy nebiilo-M
oorld of which ho turn not Ihu falnt-
-stntolkelioti. Thn, Is the flri-t or-
1 Uer of llf,.. R Is netB.iry befow
ixaltation In the future llfo for him
! lo Imi embodied In llesli un.i iiv.. 1.
trio (rld as unotli'r step In th"
great proRifhsIon. Doesn't tho Dll.l.t
teach Oils doctrine when it describes
ns tho Father of .Spirits?; un I
if there Is n Father of Hiilrlt mn.t
jtheni not also Imi .1 Mother of Spirits'
iienco tno .Mormon believes that Ii
has n uilr of spirit inm-nts on well
us earthly, and often when n face tin
known but familiar, crosses his path,
ho accounts for It as 11 pr-exlstoiit ne
lualtitatic. If any 0110 doubts that
this doctrine Is cherished by Monitors
today, ho needs but to listen to tha
Great Tabernacle congregation sing
ing tho famous, favorito hymn if
ono of President Sliow'u wives, which
"In tho heavens nru jmrents slngl-,
No, tho thought makes reason itip'.
Truth Is reason, tmlh eternal
n.n ..... ....
una ihu no a niouier tnero.'
I It Im tlllu iliiMrl.i.i ..
lm.y aro toJ ,,y th(jr B,,r,lun, ,oa(.
,,,i aiivlMfrH n.m .1 ...
tatlon for their husbands and In
directly reward lo themsclveg. Rebel
lion 011 their Kirt means punishment
for them ami a loss of exaltation for
jtbo husband bwnuse of the diminu
tion of possible posterity. .
Theso are plain words but I' Uwy
will ruu'iil to any one unfamiliar with
this foul sjsteiu niascpierudlng un-,
nor tho name of nllglon something'
of its disgraceful, lustful character
Uiey aro Justified.
Do .Mormons belltvo in polygamy
today? Most emphatically, yes. Th
writer recalls with mirth tho admoni
tion ot one old plilitil wile, that Lo
should have threo wives. When ho
- pressed his convlctloiu that ho'd
bt lucky If ho escaped with ono, hi
linked hliu what hu would do when,
uh Isaiah prophesied, boven of thorn
laid hold on his coal tails. Nee-I-liss
to suy ho assuied her that to
uvold such disaster ho would Iiv
.oatlesa the rest of his life.
Do tho Mormons still practlco poly,t
gainyT With qual vigor mint "yes'
ho answered. It was officially announc
ed not long ago lhat there wero 1,100
plunil man luges uiiioiik tho Slormoiu
!.ist year, but that efforts wero liv
ing mado to stop them. Such pro-
nilses. however, aro given tho l!o
josslblo that the Mormon peoplo have
rorsaken the cherished doctrine, when
their leaders uro living In such opan
1U fiance of law aud decency.
No mention can be made ot other
doctrines of tho church liko, Boallnir.
narrlugo for eternity and other tem
ple ceremonies, but enough has been
aid to open the eyes and stir thi
Mood of every homo defender against
the cunning and oily emissaries of
M.ch a 'church.