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THE WEAK SPOT. .
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Nature Study That Failed.
A certain clever teacher once con
gratulated herself on having given her
geopraphy class a vivid idea of islands
by cutting out pieces of brown paper
and pinning them on the wall. "That's
all very well," said the master of the
school, speaking from a longer expe
rience of youthful mind, "but those
children will go out into life with a
fixed idea that an island is a piece of
brown paper pinned on the wall." The
New York Evening Post says that two
little "fresh air girls" were noticed, on
the morning after their arrival, gaz
ing at the landscape with evident dis
approval. "What's the matter children?" asked
their hostess. "Why are you disap
pointed with the country?"
"Wrhy, there's no grass here," said
one, pulling a blade and biting the
end of it.
The lady could only stare. "What
Is your idea of grass?" she asked, at
Little by little the truth came out.
To begin with, grass, they thought,
was about the height of a man.
"If this were taller would it be like
grass?" asked the lady.
'How is it different?"
' "Why, grass is black," said one child
"Black and white," added the other,
Then the explanation became appa
tent. They had drawn their ideas of
vegetation from the black and white
prints of newspapers and books.
RAHAB AND THE
Sermon by the "Hlfhway and
( Copyright, 1M, by J. 11. Kdson. )
Chicago, Sunday, July 17, 1904.
Text: "By faith Rahal) the harlot per
ished rot with them that were disobedi
ent, having received the spies with peace.'
He I). 11:31.
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' Marie Jansen, whom Coquelin sev
eral years ago termed "the greatest
of American soubrettes," has the hap
py gift of perceiving humorous things
"I camped in Maine one summer,'
Miss Jansen said the other day, "and
on Sundays I used to drive over the
mountain to a little brick church in
the village. It amused me to mingle
with the village people and to hear
up me pain 10 me cnurcn one
quiet June morning two elderly and
lean women walked ahead of me. The
first one said:
bo poor Kate Hand is dead at
'les, the poor, dear thing Eaid
the other. 'Her five years' suffering
13 ended now.
"'Poor Kate! Toor, unfortunate
creeter!' said the first woman. 'How
does my new bonnet look?'"
; A Bad Break.
At last Mrs. Newlywed rose to her
feet at the annual business meeting of
the Very-Best-Society Club.
"Nominations for the Presidency
being in order," she said, "I propose
the name of Mrs. Tenderfeelings. It
is the opinion of a majority of us
here that she is the only member
capable of finding our retiring Presi
Mrs. Tenderfeelings sprang up
tastily, her eyes blazing.
"You horrid, hateful thing!" she ex
claimed, "when you know as well as
I do that she wears three sizes larger
than I do. and always has! I won't
have your old nomination so there
HAT a marvelous
example of God's
grace, mercy and
love we have in Ha
hab, that woman
of the town, that
daughter of the
cho. How start
ling and stranga
it seems to find
ner name among
those of Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob
and Moses; yea
more, that, aa
Matthew's genealogy shows us, eh
should have become the ancestor of
the Christ. But when we consider
that it was God who lifted her to such
heavenly associations, that it was God's
finger which inscribed her name there
along side those of the patriarchs and
prophets, we must recognize her exalt
ed place in sacred history and seek to
learn the lesson which this woman and
her remarkable story would teach. Let
us turn to the book of Joshua and
read how and why she perished not,
why it was that around her and the
members of her family wa3 thrown the
protection of the Divine arms, while
all the rest in her native city misera
bly perished. It is a strange and beau
tiful story, bringing out as it does in
such clearness and streneth the
blessed Gospel story of God's inex
haustible love and infinite mercy. Ra-
hab, a type of the sinner, a stranger to
God and doomed to destruction; and
further, Rahab, a type of the repent
ant sinner who is found of God. Th?
scarlet thread letting the spies down
to safety and tied in her window
bringing salvation to her house in the
day when judgment fell, a type of the
Christ in His work of preserving the
saint aDd saving the sinner. Jericho,
a type of the world lost in sin and
doomed to destruction. This in out
line is the story and its teaching.
ERICHO is to be destroyed, Rahab
J as a resident of that city is in aw
ful peril. She, with the other inhabi
tants, is under judgment for sin. The
city and all therein are to be de
stroyed. Rahab is in peril; she is face
to face with death. See her within
that doomed city. Each day as !t
passes brings the day of judgment
nearer. Destruction is sure to fall.
No human power can deliver. And
here we have a perfect picture of the
world and the people of the world to
day, for the world is under condemna
tion for sin. The people of Jericho
are characterized in our text as diso
bedient, and Paul in the fifth of Ephe-
sians calls the people of the world the
"children of disobedience." And "be
cause of these things cometh the wrath
of God" upon them. God hath tie
clared all under sin, for among men
there is none that docth good, no no:
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win.-. .rvii nae F'nnen and come
-vhort of the glory of God." As you turn
back and read the story of Jericho, you
ran realize, as the inhabitants of that
uoomrd nty could not, perhaps, that
it was under the judgment of God, and
that destruction' came swiftly and
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cmi-ij. uui ue mji. Luina, on soul: ;o
the present condition and the impend
ing judgment. In Jericho you arc
given in miniature a picture of the
world and the destruction which is
coming upon it. The neril of Rnhah
of. Jericho is your peril, to-i'av. oh
soul! You cannot escape God!
Him. Think you It was a chance circtrm
etance which brought those spies to her
house? I tell you nay. For wherever
there is a soul which yearns to know God,
there it is that God is sending His mes
sengers to point the way of salvation.
The soul cannot escape the conscious
ness of God. You realize that, my
friend. You know there is a living and
true God, even as did those people of
Jericho, but is your belief a living faith
such as Rahab had? A faith which
brought with it a holy fear of God and a
desire to know Him better? And If you
have such faith you need not perish in
the fated city of Jericho, but you may
be delivered even as was Rahab. Her faith
led to obedience, and saving faith is al
ways obedient faith. "By faith," we are
told, "Rahab the harlot perished iaot
with them that were disobedient, having
received the spies with peace." Her
faith led her to receive God's messengers
and to obey their instructions. James
calls it a working faith. And saving
faith is always more than mere belief in
God. Scripture declares that the "Devils
believe and shudder." And mere idle,
inactive faith In God will never prepare
you to meet Him. You believe in God,
you say. Are you willing to receive His
message? Are you anxious to know Him
and His will concerning you? If not,
you have no saving faith in Him.
OBEDIENCE involves the scarlet
thread. It let the two spies down
to safety, and it became the sign in
the window which sheltered the house
of Rahab when the judgment of God fell
upon the city. The scarlet thread, the
type of the blood of Christ, protecting
the saint and saving the sinner. As
obedience for Rahab Involved the scar
let thread, so obedience for the sinner
involves the blood of Christ. The blood
of Christ, God's sacrifice for sin, must
be accepted as the sign of deliverance.
There was salvation for Rahab in no
other way than by the display of the
scarlet token in her window. There is
salvation for the sinner In no other
way than in the blood of Jesus Christ
God's Word declares that "without
the shedding of blood there Is no re
mission," and again, "Neither is there
salvation in any other, for there is
none other name under Heaven given
among men whereby we must be
saved." Christ is the only door of es
cape. Jericho is to be destroyed. There
is safety in no other place in that
doomed city but in the house of Rahab,
where the scarlet thread may be seen
floating from the window casement.
The world is to be destroyed. The sin
ner is to perish. There is safety no
where except behind the sheltering
blood. The sinner must become obedi
ent to that blood. His faith must re
veal his lost and helpless condition be
cause of sin, and his faith must accept
the Christ who has offered Himself as
the sacrifice for sin. , In that He has
suffered death upon the cross and thti3
paid the penalty for sin. He is able to
deliver from death them that are un
der judgment for sin.
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ND she bound the scariet line In
the window." Dear friend, have
you bound the scarlet line of Jesus' blood
in the window of your soul? The only
place of peace in all that great city of
Jericho was in the house of Rahab,
and it wa3 all because of that bit ol
scarlet thread, which was a sign be
tween her and God that she was not
to perish in the coming destruction.
There is no place of peace outside the
sheltering blood of Christ. You dare
not meet God without it. Why does
the presence of death make men trem
ble and fear? WThy is it that in the
presence of awful danger, men who
have never before known a fear will
tremble and call upon God in agony of
soul? Ah. friend, it is because the
soul is not prepared to meet its God!
There was awful fear and terror in
that city of Jericho. Rahab tells the
story when she says: "Our hearts did
melt, neither did there remain any
more spirit in any man." And when
the sense of security of this life ia
brushed aside and man is brought face
to face with God then the stubborn
heart melts in fear and the proud, unbending-
knees smite together in help-
them. Reports had reached the city of less weakness. But in the house of
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Miss Alice M. Smith, 804 Third Ave., South Minneapolis, Minn., Chair
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ARTISTS AND PICTURES.
A MJ note, now, the attitude of Rahab
r and of the inhabitants of Jericho in
trie lace ct the peril w hich threatened
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"One year ago I was unable to per
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my stomach so weak it could not di
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'There I was just wasting away,
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"Then my sister got after me to
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the movements of the people whose God
was able to "dry up the water of the Red
sea before them." They had heard with
increasing terror of how their God had
delivered into their hands the mighty
kings of the Amorite?. Their heathen
oas were never able to to do. But here
was a people with a God who was a liv
ing presence, One who was powerful to
Rahab was perfect peace, for the scar
let thread was in the window. And in
the heart of the Christian there is
sweet abiding peace, for the blood ol
Christ is there as an everlasting sign
to God. And nowhere else in all the
world is there real peace known. Will
you not enter into that peace? Take
the blood of Jesus and bind it as a pre-
overcome every obstacle and mighty to clous token within j'our
crush every foe. The consciousness of
the true God was beinsr crowded home
upon them. Surely, this must he the
true God, the one great God. And to-day
tne thought of God is being crowded
home upon the world. A thousand prov
idences are compelling people to think.
An iroquois lire in C.ucago, a steamboat
disaster in NePP York, and the multitude
of incidents which are occurring daily
in the lives of individuals everywhere
are bringing people face to face with
God. In Jericho there was onlv one per
son who wanted to know the true God,
and to obey Him, and in the world to
day the proportion is nearly the same.
One listening to God's voice and turning
to Him, where there are thousands who
UT Rahab was not content to enjoy
her security and peace alone. She
thought of her father and mother, her
brother and friends. During those days
and nights which intervened between
the visit of the spies and the destruc
tion of Jericho she in eager haste
warned them of their danger and
sought to bring theni under the protec
tion of the scarlet thread. We would
think it strange had she done other
wise, and yet how many there are who
are resting under the sheltering blood
of Christ, who are indifferent to the
are in disobedience and unbelief r0ing danSer of loved ones and friends?
cown to oeath and cestruction. WThen
two of God's messengers came to Jeri
cho the people were eager and fierce to
kill them. There was only one person,
and that a woman, who was willing to re
ceive them. And how Jericho is a pic
ture of the world to-day. Multitudes,
multitudes in disobedience and unbelief
going down to death, while the few like
Rahab are being saved. "Many are
celled, but few are chosen." How is it
with you? oh, soul! You who are in the
Jericho of sin and rebellion against God,
are you anxious, like Rahab, to know
the true God and to be saved from youi
Saved, but careless about the salvation
of others. Abiding under the shelter
ing blood, but indifferent whether oth
ers find that shelter or not. Oh.isitnct
awful! The careless, thoughtless in
difference of Christians? Awake! Oj
Christians! Jericho is to be destroyed.
The unrepentant sinners are to perish
in the awful destruction. Do you real
ize it? Loved ones, friends are going
down to death. xou are behind the
sheltering blood, you are safe, but they
are lost. They are abiding out in the
streets of the world's sin. Destruction
is coming upon them! Hasten! Bring
The pictures and drawings which were
at one time a feature of the once cele
brated Chat Noir have been recently
sold in Paris. The collection only
The three most important prizes
awarded this year by the Berlin Acad
emy of Fine Arts went to Hans Muller
and Herbert Arnold, painters, and Alex
ander Hohrath, architect.
Glenn Brown, the well-known Wash
ington architect, has been elected an
honorary corresponding member of the
Royal Institute of British Architects
Only six other American architects have
been honored in this way.
Last February the Louvre bought for
$19,000 the sculptured stele known as
that of King Serpent, supposed to have
been found at Abydos, but doubts are
expressed as to its authenticity, and an
investigation has been ordered.
John S. Sargent, whom three coun
tries claim. America for his parentage,
Italy for the chance of his birth and
England for his adoption, has received
an election to the Royal Society of
Painters in Wrater Colors. He has three
water colors in the current exhibition:
"Facade of the Salute, Venice," "Grand
Canal," "A Venetian Trattoria" and "A
The collection of paintings by native
Filipino artists in the art gallery of the
Administration building on the Philip
pine reservation at the St. Louis expo
sition offers, it is said, a graphic story
of the Spanish dynasty, the war which
wrought its downfall and the new au
thority of the United States. Most of
the canvases are excellent specimens of
art, and doubtless no feature of the ex
position will surprise visitors more than
that these paintings should have come
out of the Philippine islands. One of the
canvases represents the death of Gen.
Lawton, and is a wonderfully exact rep
resentation, according to soldiers who
were present when that gallant leader
An attendant at Mount Vernon not long
sinre found a lady wcepirjr most bitterly
and audibly with her handkerchief at her
eyes, lie stepped up to her and said:
"-Are you in any trouble, madam?"
"No. sir," she sobbed.
"1 saw you weeping-."
"Ah!" said she, "how can one help weep
ing at the grave of the Father of His Coun
trv?" "Oh! Indeed, madam," s.aid he. "that's
it! The tomb is over yonder. This is the
ice house." Indianapolis Journal.
Evidences of Thrift.
"Mrs. Mudgely is such a thrifty woman."
"I know it. She worried herself nearly
sick because her husband paid his life insur
ance premium two days before it was due.
It would have been just that much good
money lost, she complained, if he had died
in the meantime." Chicago Record-Herald.
Of Wide Interest.
Breed, Wis., July 18 Special Chas. Y.
Peterson, Justice of the Peace for Oconto
Co., has delivered a judgment that is of in
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briefly, that judgment is, "Dodd's Kidney
Pills are the best Kidney medicine on the
And Mr. Peterson gives his reason for
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troubled me very much. In the morning
I could hardly straighten my back. 1 did
not know what it was but an advertisement
led me to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. After
taking one box I can only say they have done
more for me than expected as I feel as well
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Pain in the back is one of the first symp
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Wanted All to Know.
Ida Emily captured that young man at
last. 1 don't think she liked the way the
engagement was announced, though.
May How did she want it announced?
"Through a megaphone." Indianapolis
Better fail trying to do right than succeed
in doing wrong. Chicago Tribune.
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PLAYING GOLF IN THE SOUTH
Most Enjoyable Features of the Game
Are Those of the Little '
When you manage to bring off a more than
ordiuarily good sliot it is a treat to note the
expression on the face of your little ntgro
caudie, says Country Life in America, liie
look of exuberant joy and pride and the tri
umphant glance at j-our opponent's "boy"
is followed by a series of soi't, melodious
chuckles which only a darky can do justice
to, as much as to say that he, and he alone,
had done the trick, to the utter confurion of
the rival caddies. Some of thes-e darkies
make good caddies, but the majority are too
indolent or uninterested to be more than
mere beasts of burden, knowing little of the
game and caring lei-s. They tell a story of
one a novice who at the end of the day's
play, after cheerfully following his employ
er through every bunker on tne course and
into all sorts of impossible place on the
sides, rather startled him by guilles;-ly ask
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WAS WILLING TO PAY.
Cut Was a Little Too Foremost in
Ordering1 the Help
A lively looking porter stood on the rear
of a car in the Pennsylvania depot. A iusy
and choleric-looking old man tlambeied up
the steps. He stopped on the platform,
utfed a mVment, relates the Cleveland l'laiu
Jealer, and then turned to the young n;an
in unitorm and said: i eter:
"I am going to St. Louis. I want to be
well taken care of and can pay for it. lo
"Yes, sir; 1 hope "'
".Never mind what you hope. Von listen
to what I say. Keep the train boys away
from me. Dust me off whenever 1 want you
to. Give me an extra blanket, and if any
fellow has the berth above me, slide hini
over into another one.. I want vou to "
"But, say. boss, I"
"Don't talk too much, young man. Here's
two dollars. Now I want to get the good
of it. Not a word, sir."
The train was starting. The porter
swung off to the platform.
"All right, boss," he shouted. "I'm pow
erful sorry you wouldn't let me talk, but
I aiu't going out on that train."
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While passing a pasture recently I saw a
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of the rope. I did not know what it was for,
and asked the owner of the cow. "That's
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