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June 22, lt22 THE CITIZEN Pagw Serea h... East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else N imtnymdtmf aMlati4 anlna atviml I full kf k miitrnt. Th hum I sot for eoMtostlaa, bat aa M rSm of fond (allk. Wrltf plalslf. JACKSON COUNTY Drla Rock Drip Rock, June 16. Rainy weath-, er still continues in this section; crops iMk frood, but the weed arej petting the start on the farmers. Quite crowd attended rhurrh at Drip Rock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Powell visited Mr. and Mrs Roy B. Williams Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joe Richardson and children1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Powell Saturday flight and Sunday, Miss Flossie Coffey, who hssbeen visiting at Red House, has returned home. Mrs. Etts Lakes snd Miss Gertrude Fowler are attending1 Commencement at Berea this week. Miss Ethel Lainhart, who has heen attending college at Berea, is expected home today. Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Isaacs and Arlie Eversole took dinner with Mr. snd Mrs. Roy n. Williams Sun dsy. Mrs. Myrtle Fox visited Mrs. Susie Tipton Sunday. William H. Fox visited Frank Ball Sunday. Joe Eversole spent Sunday snd Sunday nlirht with Mack Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Grant Sparks and Cash Sparks took dinner with Mr. anJ Mrs. Dan Alcorn Sunday. Gladys Clarkaton spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mrs. Hannah Williams. rtlrs. Listie Lainhart visited Mrs. Leajnnah Still Sunday afternoon. Xrrt- Floyd continues about as usual. Mrs. Anna Alcorn, Mrs. Msude Al- i. Mrs. Hannsh Williams and Miss cen Cla wh lys Clarkston visited Mrs. Floyd, Is' sick, Mondsy sfternoon. Herd I erd. June 18. The farmers of thbj vicinity are very bad behind wit their crops on the account of much rain. E. B. Flanery return home yesterday, after a week's so ed tnP 10 Lexingtort. Mr. and Mrs. 1 rktr Welch snent last 8 .Jay Depter Bi.fht with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Farmer of Gray Hawk. Mr. and Mi's. Chris Hall of Welchburit spent frtttn Thursday until Saturday of last we with Mrs. Geo. Amyx of this plajce. Robert Akemon and three (hidren of Bond spent last Saturuay ni.ht and Sunday with relatives at nerd. Will Smith uf Bond spent last Saturday night with Mrs. Geo, Amy. Othmer Flsnery left last Saturday to seek employment Misses Maggie and Alta Wyrirk and Icy FarhM-r attended church at Maul den last Sunday. Tommie McGeorge of Owsley county spent Wednesday night of this week with his mother, Mrs. Margret Moore, of this place. Mrs. Mary Farmer and daughter, Icy, were visiting at Olin last week. J. H. Short had a fine cow to die one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Cordon visited Mr. snd Mrs. Stephen Farmer Sunday night. Kerby Knob Kerby Knob, June 17. We art- having lots of rain here at present' Crops sre looking fine. Farmers are, very busy with their crops. Mrs.! Nannie Isaacs visited Mrs. Mary Isaacs Sunday. A crowd of young i folks from Sinking Valley attended, Sunday-school at Kerby Knob, Sun day. Those present were Bertha Isaacs, Ninnie Isaacs, China Isaacs,' Luther II isle, Mid Lainhart, and John Moore. All reported a nice time.- Lwen Isaacs was the week end guest of J. B. Kindred last week. Mrs. Al bert Coy It 'i baby is very ill at this writing. Joe Isaacs wss the guest of Gertie Pierson Sunday. Miss Ninnie Isaacs visited Miss Bertha and China Isaacs Sunday. Every body read The Citizen. Kerby Knob Ke by Knob, June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carpenter have moved to their old home at Kerby Knob. A number of young folks of this place attended the Commencement at Be rea Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thomas gave the young folks a so cial Saturday night. A large crowd was present and all spent a pleasant evening. Norman Thomas is spend ing a few days at home before the summer school begins. Mr. and Mrs. Edgit of Battle Creek, who are visit ing Mrs. Edgit's parents, Mr. and THE COOK SMILES The cook is all smiles, The bread U light and gay, A ack of PotU' Gold Dual Flour Made them get that way. rkoM 156-3 Mrs. Steve Engle, attended the so- cist at Mr. Thomas' Ssutrday night. ; Mrs, D. C. Sparks is planning to I attend the summer school at McKee. Prospects are good for a fine fruit and blackberry crop in this part of the country. Next Saturday and Sunday will be our regular church ' days. We hope a large crowd will give brother Cornet a hearing. E. C. Lane was in this part last week buy ing sheep and hogs and stayed over night at the home of G. W. John son. J. W. Rrstcher of Berea spent Ssturday night of last week at the home of J. R. Click. The good rains and hot sun we are having are mak ing the weeds grow as well as the corn. Osts are not looking very well at present. Mrs. Elmer Click and children spent Sunday with Mrs. J. R. Click. Vema Hobbs, Bern ice and Marrella Click spent Sunday with G. W. Johnson and family. Cariee Cariro, June 19. We have had lots of rain in this section of late and farmers are behind with their work. John Summers, who was operated n recently, is improving fast. Mrs. Daisy Summers is sick at this writ ing. Mrs. Pete McDaniel is very sick st present. Sunday-school is pro gressing at Flat Top nicely with large attendance. Works are good in these parts since the new grade has been commenced. Nelson Johnson bought a nice young cow of Isaac Hines for f 37 last week Gardens and crops sre looking prosperous in these parts. Singing at Flat Top next Sunday by Cy. Thomas. All come. Regular! mjwttiniF nn IfiA Aral Knnitav In Jnlv 1 by Brother Rose. All come also on Saturday night. Robert Tussey and mother, Leatha, took dinner with Scott Tussey Sunday. Bert Sum mers is fi Icing" petition for fish and game warden in these parts. Mrs. J. F. Roberts and son, Basil, were visit ing Henry Evans of Moo res Creek, Saturday and Sunday. MADISON COl'NTY Slate Lick Slate Lick. June 18. We are hav ing plenty of rain and tome very hot weather. Everybody seems to be busy and think they must make hay while the sun shines. Mr. Webb has moved his saw mill near Caleast. Several people on Slate Lick road attended the lot sale and wedding at Berea Monday. -Scott McGuire and wife, .Mrs. Florence Derlin of Cleve land, O., were the guests of Mrs. J. D. Pennington Friday of last week- Miss Fannie Reed and sister visit ed Mrs. Ponder one night last week. Mrs. Thena Rutherford and grand son, Jack, were week end visitors of Mrs. W. D. Parks. Mrs. II . J. Park and children visited her sister, Mrs. James Burton, of - Richmond, last week. Mrs. Burton accompanied her home. Thomas King Psrks of Slate Lick is visiting his mother, Mrs. James Coffey, of Dayton, O. Mr. KhicrculT, who ha been so faithful as superintendent of our little Sunday-school, has resigned. Mr. Bur nett is taking his place. We hope our student friends will not forget us while away on vacation. I feel sure they will be remembered here. Silver Creek Silver Creek, June 19. Mrs. Mary Hrookxhire, who has been visiting in Berea, has returned to Mrs. G. E. Anderson's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom An derson and Mrs. Bettie Johnson of Whites Station were visiting at Mrs. G. E. Anderson's recently. Caleb Johnson is visiting his sister, Mrs Nannie Gadd, in Rotkcsstle. Several from here attended Commencement exercises. The recent rains have greatly helped all farm products and now that farmers are cultivating their crops things are looking very prosperous. Notwithstanding the pessimistic mood they were in on ac count of so much wet weather, "There shall be seed time and har vent." Such is the blessed promise. Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, June 19. Mrs. For Sale By All Grocers. R. L. POTIS & SONJ Wkite. StatiM, Kj. Logan Gabbard and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Gabbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pet Moore, have returned to their home in Ohio. Jewell M. Ogg, who has been teach ing near Youngstown, O., after spending three weeks at her home, has gone to Washington, C. H., Ohio, where she is employed for the sum mer. Mrs. Joe King and children, who have been spending a few days with relatives in this vicinity, have gone to Dayton, O., to Join her hus band. Ben Brown, Jr., has been re leased for a few days from the Gov ernment Hospital at .Louisville and is home at the present writing. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Linville were the guests of Mr. and Mra. T. M. Ogg over the week end. There wa an ice cream supper at Todd school house last Saturday night. Ths pro ceeds are to help defray th ex penses of the members of the Lone Star Agricultural Club who are to go to Lexington next week. Miss Eliza beth Moore of this place and Mr. Meeks of Paint Lick were married last week. The wedding came as a surprise to most of the friends and relatives. We wish this young couple a happy and successful life. ESTILL COUNTY Noland Noland, June 17. We are having lots of rain, and the crops are look ing fine. Some of the farmers are laying their corn by. Rice Benton of Ohio is visiting friends here for the last two weeks. Rice Winkler of Ravenna was the guest of his par ents Saturday night and Sunday. O. B. and J. R. Garrett were in Irvine Thursday James Witt and family spent Wednesday night with W. C. Richardson. Mrs. Mary I Cole of Madison county spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Walton. Ernest Crow is at work at Rich mond. D. P. Walton is working at the car shop at Ravenna. The Manes brothers have traded tlieir farm to a store on Red Lick. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Rockford Rockford, June 18. We are still having some very rainy weather C. A. McCallom has Just finished grading up the Dixie Highway thru here, but the great number of cars passing today have torn up our road considerably. We had the hardest rain today for weeks. Farmers are all making good use of all dry, days. Some are still behind with their work. Tobacco is rooking well thrtl here. Corn crops sre looking well Plenty of grass for hay. Born to the wife of E. W. Todd, a fine girl, Gold ie Mae. Both are doing well. Aunt Emma Catliff has started back from Climax. Several from this section went to the Berea Commence ment and report goo. I behavior. Quite a crowd is visiting at W. C Gad's today. Candy Thomas was at Rockford today. Moonshining is al most paralized around here. If any one is drinking moonshine, it has no effect, as they are afraid to let peo ple know it Kellogg Cox's sales man was thru here Saturday selling groceries. People thru this section are generally well. Everybody ought to read The Citizen; it is a good clean paper. Good luck to the editor. Wildie Wildie, June 19. Rev. Peels of Nicholasville filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gadd of Berea visited Mrs. Gadd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dotson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Griffin moved to Wildie last week from Nooton. We are glad to have Mr. and Mn. Griffin back to our town Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bullen and Mr. end Mrs. J. M. Bullen motored over to Berea Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Nash. Mrs. Belle Lair of Mt Vernon is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Bran a man. Misses Ann and Bernice Phillips are home from Covington Jesse Lair and family of the Hiatt section visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish, Saturday and Sunday. Ollie Jones, Beulah Lewis, Minerva Caudill, Ol lie Sigmon, Dewey Dotson, and sis ter's, Argie and Orlie, are home from Berea sehool for their vacation. We are glad to have the boys asd girls back home for a while We are hav ing a good Sunday-school here, but could have better. Everyone come and bring some one else. Success to The Citizen. GARRARD COl'NTY Uwell V - Lowell, June 19. Mrs. Nannie Lee, who has been in Cincinnati for quite a while, returned home Saturday. Sterling Whittaker it visiting rela tives near Edenton. Mist Celo&tli Hall and Mist Lucy Shoemaker were in Paint Lick, Monday. Mist Geneva Boain spent Sunday with Miss Karon ' Anglin. Mr. and Mra. Shoemaker entertained a number of friends Sun day. The M. E. Church held a b'i mess meeting and gave a free dinner which everyone enjoyed. Mrs. Mag gie Kuhtman spent Monday morning with Mrs. Oscar Boyle. Baker School District Baker School District, June 19. The children, grand children and great grand children of "grardma" Conn gathered at her home on her birthday, June 18, with well filled baskets. Mr. and Mrs. James Wyliej are the proud parents of a baby boy, named James, Jr. Velma Jennings visited her uncle at Richmond last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Gentry were dinner guests of Richard Soaper, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crutcher, June 14, a baby boy. W. N. VanWinkle spent Sat urday night and Sunday with his son, John W. VanWinkle, at Richmond. Mrs. Arnold Bryant visited Mrs. M. M. Jennings last week. White Lick White Lick, June 20. Mrs. Boyd Williams of Evarta visited Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Creech and other rel atives last week. Mrs. B. T. Calico and sons, Esrl and Herbert, and daughter, Mary Lee, visited Mr. and Mra. Morris Calico, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Calloway Houshell, since having returned from North Caro lina, have moved back to their old home. Mrs. Susie Renfro died last Tuesday and was buried in the Car tersville cemetery Wednesday after noon. A large number of relati"cs took dinner with Mrs. Eliaz Conn last Sunday. The occasion wss in honor of Mrs. Conn's birthday. Frank Carter, who is able to be out again, is visiting at J. B. Creech's., HOW KORKSTS KEEP ON MOVE LIKE ALL LIVING THINGS. How do we get the idea that a forest Is a stationary, Immov able thing? Does not even dra matlc history relate how "Bur ham Wood came to DunslnaneT" Nature does not believe in the static. In the flux of life the woods are not set apart ; they travel on with the Immemorable procession. An English scientist assumed that "it Is the aim and desire of every living sK"cies to dominate the earth" ; and did not the agencies of checks and bal ances about equal that desire, a given species would proceed to populate the Armament even to elephants or mosquitoes. The forest has four steeds to carry it upon this conquering crusade wind, water, birds and animals the legions of the nut bearing trees rely most uion an imals, chiefly on the rodent breeds, who have the hoarding Instinct. Squirrels and chip munks are often unwitting planters of nuts and acorns. Gophers snd woodiulce, porcu pines and the diminutive shrews, to say nothing of opossums and raccoons, are the means where by the oaks, hickories, beeches, butternuts and persimmons seek to replenish the earth. Cherry pits are a favorite delicacy of squirrels, as are also the seeds of sll the conifers and of many wood shrubs the bittersweet, dog. wood and others. Maples, elms, birches, ashes, sycamores, cottonwoods, poplars and the basswiMitl expand their spheres of Influence on the wings of the winds; and their "heevler than air" devices are often com plex and always well adapted to that end. ' Birds are the motivators of our wild cherry trees and cedars, beside Innumerable fruit-yielding shrubs snd vines. The life of the mountain ash, for Instance, de pends wholly upon its feathered boarders. 1 Forest trees are striving, push ing greedy folk, and the farm er's woudlot will no more "stay put" than the weeds in bis neighbor's Held. Somewhst Contradictory. She ( tender!) ) "Aud are mine the only lips you have kissed?" He "let, and they are the sweetest of ulL." Proper Place. Judge Where were your supportert In this crime Prisoner 1 hud 'em on, Judge. Sure. Mrs. Bctihum "I am a woman of few word." Ileuhiim "Hut you make the few work overtime." Limited Touch. "Illx, you're a friend of mine, aren't you?" "Not It It's over 2 u wiiut" Hr Way. Mabel Why do you ulwsys kiss 111 boy goodnight! Madge 'llu-y go so much eurlier. Nothing Nw. "Speaking of automobile Jokes?" "Yes." "1 Uou't M-e any improvement iu the 11CS uitHlels." No Up te Data Ones. North "1 las Alice any of the old fttHliloued virtues?' West "l suppose so uiol of Iheiy. are." FLOOD DAMAGE IS ESTIMATED ATJIO,000,000 FIFTY THOUSAND HOMCS AND PLANTS STRUCK IN PENN SYLVANIA VALLEY Railroads And Mining Companies Star Brunt of Loss Records of Cartoon, dsle Bank Dtstroyed Garags Lift ed, Car Floats Streets of Town Buried In Five Feet of Water. I'urhotiiliile, IVnn. A cloudburst near here caused a flood that swept through the laickawanna Valley, con tinuing until late at night, deluding a score of towns and-resulting In prop erty damage estimated st SHUMi.mm. More than ."iO.(KK homes and, business houses throughout this valley were damaged by the torrent, which over flowed creeks and buried streets In live feet of Hater. This city, whirh was in the direct path ef the frehet, suffered the most severe damage. More than half of the town wus under from four to five feet of water, (in streets where water was lower automobiles were used to ferry residents across Interaction. IUII ron da. mining companies and trac tion i-ot'ipiinles suffered the most severe losses. Official of the Hudson Coal Company slone place their loss at mo.-e than SliKUsiO. Washouts resulted In the yards of the fielaware and Hudson Railroad, while 27 tidies of '.rack wus washed sway, on the llonesdale branc h. The flood continued through 1'nrbon diile t Mayfleld, Jermyn, Archbald, l'e kville, .lessup, Olyphant and Provi dence. All records In the Liberty IMscount and Savings Bank, in this city, were destroyed. The Pioueer IMme Bank and Klrt National IVutik a No suffered property losses. The home of James H. Paul, Vice President of the Miners and ilwluinlis' Kiuik. was in the path of the waters, and Mr. Paul estimated bis los at more than i",UKt. One f the freaks of the storm oc curred In .leruiyn, where the garage of Earl Harris was carried away. An automobile whirh had heen stored In the gar.ige floated to the river and wis carried under bridges, finally landing on the tracks of the Ontario and Western Uallroad, 10 feet above the river. NOTE OF PEACE BIRO HEARD Says Labor Board Chairman In State ment On Railroad Situation Chicago. The railroad sltaution Is hoeful, and by fall muny of the pres ent ditliculties will.be smoothed out, P.en W. lliHiper, Chairman of the Unit ed States Uuilroud Ijthor Hoard said In a statement reviewing the problems before the board. Neither rates nor wages are permanent, he Haiti, because the conditions on which they are based are not permanent. Mr. Tlooper expreaaed the belief that the railroads of the country will vol untarily diwontinne contracting out work in a abort time, regardless of their opinions as to its legality, and said that this will go a long way to ward restoration of cordial relutions between the carriers and employees. In part he said: "Amid all the muttering of discon tent and rumors of war on the rail rouds the note of the peace bird is still quite audible to me." Tally Sheets Taken Imblin The universal verdict was that, with the exception of one In stance in Iuhlin, Iceland never had such a tame election as that which took plae to choose members of Par liament, In this city raiders, headed by Rory O'Connor, of the Irregular Republican Army, made off with the documents and tally sheets of the Na tional University Polling Precinct. Elsewhere in County Iuhlla the day wus devoid of Incident. The voting wus more brisk than had been ex pected. Bank Robbers Sentenced New York Arthur F. Chase and John Vitrdeman, who confessed hav ing looted the Chase National Bank, of New York, of nearly half .a mil lion dollars in bonds, were sentenced to serve terms of from four to eight yearn each in Sing Sing. Mrs. Bertha F. Varduman, once known on the vaudeville stage as Feme Mollis, was permitted to plead guilty to a charge of having criminally received stolen property, and was aenteuced to serve from one and a half yeurs to three years. Lather To Strike Bom on. Mass. Union lathers em-plo.vt-d on constructional work In Bos ton, have served notice on their em ployers that they will strike for a ware of 1 l-l an hour. The present rule is !H cents. Morse's Son Is Freed Washington Justice Frederick L. Slddons. of the I'istrict of Columbia Supreme (Vurt. diw-luirged from cus tody Krwlu A. More, sou of Charles W. Morse, New York shlbuilder, who hud been held by federal Commis sioner lal mould for remove! to New York under un Indictment (barging cousplracy to use malsi for fraudulent purtottes. Tie Justice held refusal to receive proffered tet.mony to be a dor's l of the constitutional right uC tne ' reused. DtTKOvTD VXVOSU OfllANATKMAl SundaySchool T Lesson T y REV. P. B FITZWATKR, D. D., Tmrher of English Hlhle In tho Knotty Hihl Institute of cblcaco.) Copyright. Wvatrr Naipr Vtntoa. LESSON FOR JUNE 25 REVICWi JUOAH'S PROSPERITY AND ADVERSITY OOtJKN TEXT-' HlfsiM-d Is the nation host flod la th Lord "-ra. 33 12. I'lUMAHT AND JUNIOK TuftC-Msn Who Onryrd (tod. 1NTI0KM Kl IATB AND SENIOR TOPIC True and False Lradcra of Judah. TOL'NO I'Hol'IJC AND ADUUT TOPIC Bom braMins From Judah s History. I. Centrsl Thought ef Each Lesson Gsthsred Around the Key Words ef the Dsy's Lesson Subject, Namely, Prosperity and Adversity. A good outline Is the following from Cramieira Pocket Lessons: L Judith's Prosperity. Based on (1) Itellanre on Uod, lesson 1. (2) Courageous Venture for Uod, lesson 2. (3) Business Methods for Uod, lesson 3. (4) The Vision of Uod, lesson S. (.')) The Law and Leadership of Uod, lesson 7. ) Wise Leadership Back to Uod, lesson 8. 2. Judah's Adversity. Due to (1) Presuming Upon God's Bless ing, lesson 4. (2) Presuming Upon Ood's Pur pose, lesson 9. (3) Rejecting God's Word, lessoa 10. (4) Persecuting God's Messenger, lesson 11. O) Disloyalty to God and Man, lesson 12. II. Golden Text Review. Assign the tens to your class the preceding Sunday and ask them to show how the lesson illumines the text, or ask the class to prepare on all the texts and have the members of the class draw the text and give the artswer. III. Character Study or Portrait Re view, i Assign the following characters the Sunday before: Asa, Joash, Jeholada, Uzzliih. Isaiah, Hezeklah, Hilklah. Jeremiah, Banich, Jeholaklm, Ebed melech. Zedekinh. IV. The Summary Method. This method calls for the salient facts of each lesson with a state ment of Its outstanding teaching. Note the following suggestions : Lesson 1. Asa cleared the land of Idolatry and called upon Judah fo seek the Lord. Because he rested upon the Lord, God gave him victory over his enemies. Lesson 2. Athallah attempted to destroy the seed royal and then usurp the throne. Jeholada checkmated her by hiding away Joash for six years. At an appointed time Joash was crowned king and the usurper slain. Every attempt to thwart Ood's pur pose falls. Lesson 8. Jesus arose from the dead, showed himself to His disciples and sent them forth ss witnesses for Him. Certainty of the resurrection of Christ Is essential to witness for Him. Lesson 4. Uzzlah made a notable civic and military record, but in his pride he presumptuously Intruded Into the priest's office. As a Judg ment God smote him with leprosy. "Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." Lesson ft. Isaiah's vision of God brought him to a sense of his sin fulness. Man's supreme need today Is a vision of God. Lesson 6. Isaiah foresaw the end of all strife In the world through the establishment of Christ's kingdom. Peace and restoration shall come to the earth when CnrM shall come and remove from men's hearts the cause for strife. Lesson 7. Hezeklsh led his people back to God. Tills he did by means of the passover feast. The only way for a sinning and divided people to get back to God and be united Is around the crucified Lord. Lesson 8. Through the repairing of the temple the law of God wus found. When It was read before the king It brought penitent sorrow. God ac cepted Ids penitence and sstMned the evil dny. Ieaaon 0. Jeremiah was arrested snd brought to trial because he boldly proclaimed God's word t the nation. The one whom God calls to proclaim His word should fulthfully discharge his duty regardless of what men may do unto him. Lesson It). Jeholaklm tried to de stroy God's Word by burning It. Try ing to destroy God's Word will not avert His judgments. Lesson 11. Uectiuse of Jeremiah's fidelity to God he wss cast Into prison. Casting the prophet Into the dungeon will not turn ualde God's Judgments. Lesson 12. Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem and curried awav the peo ple captives. Though Cod's Judgments tarry they eventually fall. In His Stsps. Tor even hereunto were ye called: becuuse Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an exumple. that ye 'should follow his steps. 1 Peter 8:21. Trusting Man. The msn who trusts men will make fewer mistakes than he who distrusts them. favour. Silence Is Golden. Well timed silence hath more elo quence than speech. Martin Parquhai Tupper. j '. J.