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K. O. SKLT.EItS, Plrertor of Ev-i.-iic
Prpnrtmc-nt The Moody Plble In
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LESSON FOR JANUARY 19
MANS FIRST SIN.
M'SSON TKXT-flpnes's I.M2'. 12-24.
iOl.DKN TKXT "Ever onii Unit cm
n iiii tli Kin Is the bond servant of Bin."
J...!.n 8:34 P.. V.
There are four natural divisions to
this chapter In Genesis: I. The
limitation vv. 1-5; II. The Fall, vv.
6, 7; III. The Trial, vv. 8-13; IV. The
Sentence vr. 14-24.
I. The Temptation vv. 1-5. En
vironment certainly did not cause our
parents in the garden, to fall. How
long after tha creation of man this
event occurred no one knows. Was
It a real serpent? Why not? IMd not
Adam name all the animals? It is no
Stretch of Imagination to believe the
tradition that he conversed with them
till driven from the garden. True Mil
ton and not Genesis says this was Sa
tan, yet Milton had Scripture author
ity, Rev. 12:9. We are also taught
that Satan can assume disguises, 2
Cor. 11: It, etc. I
The point of attack was to question !
the word of God; this Is always the.
open doorway to all sin. False the
ology always leads in the end to falne
conduct. God had forbidden to eat of
but one tree, chapter 2:17, but here
Satan takes a partial truth to make
a lie. "Yo shall not eat of tho fruit
of all the trees." v. 1 (R. V.) Eve did
what Jesus did when he was tempted,
replied with the words of God vr. 2
nml .1. Hut though she saw through
Satan's misrepresentation, sho niado
the collosal mistake of parleying.
Gaining that much ground Satan goes
n nt"p further. It ia not death slio
coed to be fearful of; God would rath
er prevent her becoming like himself
In nee tli o prohibition not to rmrtako
of tho fruit of tho tree. j
, Eve's Mistake. I
"Your eyes shall be opened . . . '
the woman saw." Human curiosity
and a wrong ambition for a clearer
knowledge have ever been fruitful
sources of failuro. Evo made, the mis
take of ailding to God's words (2:17)
and of allowing herself to seo the one
prohibition of tho garden rather than
the myriads of privileges.
It. Tho Fall, vv. 6, 7. Tho next
etrp was but tho entering wedge. Tho
(ppeul was to tho eyes, "it vras a da
light to tho eyes" v. 6 R. V., "she took
of it." see 1 John 2:1G. When God
gavo command not to eat, he knew
the danger of touching, 2 Cor. 6:17.
There was of course a possible escape, !
1 Cor. 10:13, even yet, but scarcely I
ao. Evo had gone too far, hence she, '
and then Adam partook.
Adam'B fault was that he listened to
hla wife's pcrsusion (v. 17). Their
desire for a present advantage, "bo
conio like God," overcame tho fear of
a future displeasure and illustrates
the Hebrew word for sin, "missing tho
mark." Immediately their eyes were
opened. What they saw now was not
"desirable to look upon" and they
made themselves girdles from the
leaves of the fig trees. Man has ever
since been seeking to cover his own
til a mo.
III. The Trial vr. 8:13. Commit
Iniquity and human nature seeks con
cealment Innocence never seeks cov
er. Sin makes cowards of us all. As
the cool of the day approaches God
w-nlks In the gardon. Of course b !
misses Adam and calls "Where art I
thou?" From that day on his call haa I
resounded but man heeds not the call.
IV. The Sentence vv. 11-24. Adam I
sought to throw the blnme upon Eva
and Indirectly upon God who had giv
en him Evo. No excuse but seeks to
evade responsibility. We see, how
ever, in the words of this section threa
great facts presented. First, tho re
lation between tho human race and
the race of serpents. Everything that
is evil, repulsive and vile is summa
rized in that phrase "that old serpent"
Itov. 12:9. The trickery of a serpent,
its venom, its noiselcBsness, its re
sort to dark places, and man's natural
instinct to kill a snake, all put togeth
er, Is but a summary of the curse aa
recorded in verses 14 and 15.
Second, the everlasting conflict be
tween man and the powers of evil
One reason we know this garden story
s true is that it squares with our ev-
ry day experience. It is as true tc
life as the laws of mathematics. The
Power of sin, 1U appeal to pride, tc
ust, to ambition, to the pleasure ol
the eyes, to any and all of the cm
tions, and tho counter pull of an out
raged conscience are too vivid a re
ality In our lives to be denied. And
lastly there is the prophecy of oue
who should conquer this power and
bring all things subject to himself.
He who was to conquer that last en
emy, death, 1 Cor. 1B:24, 26. Having
thus partaken of the "tree of the
knowledge of good and evil" thereby
Incurring the curse of labor and UA
upon them God avoided the possibility
of their partaking of "the tree of lif
and live forever" by sending them out
of the garden and effectually prevent
ing tholr return v. 24. But the tree oi
life was not lost forever and now wa
are urged to partake of It to our fu'.L
Bee Rev. 2:7.
Adam and Eve had the power of
choice and this lesson reveal a faith
ful portraiture of th dram of Ufa.
democratic lenders of the seuate
received nt.surances of rrewldent-elect
Wilson's satisfaction with tho ojtlook
for cooperation in the senate during
Ms administration. The president
elect has adopted the policy of "hundJ
off" In connection with the senate's in
Enormous profits by tho First Na
tional bank of New York city were re
counted by George F. Raker, chairman
of the board of directors, us a witness
before the house money trust commit
tee. Mr. Baker furnished the commit
tee with records Allowing that since
ls organization. In 180.., with n capi
talization of fijUO.OOli, the bank has
mnd! profits amounting to nioro than
J. N. Ileiskell, publisher of the Ark
unsun Gai.ette, the second newspaper
publisher to be eworn in as a senator
within a week, took the oath of oliico
aa successor to the late Jeff Davis of
Arkansas. Ileiskell bears his commis
sion from the governor of Arkansas,
who appointed him, to Rei ve utiiil the
legislature elects. The new senator
appears the youngest man iu the sen
ate. Senators Stone and Reed of Mis
souri have put their shoulders to tho
wheel iu the effort to make sure that
the house committee on rivers and
harbors will include in the forthcom
ing river and harbor appropriation
bill an Item extending the jurisdiction
of the Mississippi river commission as
far north as Rock Island, ill.
The Indian appropriation bill, carry
ing approximately $S,0uu,(Mi0, was
passed by the house. Tho principal
items In tho bill aa finally adopted by
tho house include for gratuity appro
priations, $C,0S4,0:J; for fulfilling
treaty stipulations, $74'i.50o, and for
reimbursing Items, $850,000.
A protest against any action by tho
senate based upon an "appeal to pas
sion or prejudice" marked the closing
arguments In the defense of Judge
Robert W. Archibald.
The house committee on rivers an'J
harbors has referred to a subcommit
tee the proposition to extend the juiis
dlction of the Mississippi liver coin
mission us far north as Rock Maud,
111. Advocates of tho chauru ex
pressed themselves greatly e'liii.ir
I'iged over tile outlook. Representa
tive Koilenren-T of Kast St. Iouis,
who introduced the bill, said the ihoji-
ositen would be inserted in the river j
ami harbor bill.
The eh'miic.i! schedule or thu- re-
vised tariff l'ghila 'ion to he enacted I
by the toiulna extra session of con
gress was closed no far as public
hearings are concerned.
A plea for the encouragement of
rifle practice among schoolboys of
America was made by Lieut. Gen.
John C. Rates, United Stutes army,
retired, on tho occasion of his retire
ment from the presidency of the Na
tional Rifle association of Omaha.
Seeking to evolve a new currency
system plan to be recommended o
congress as a substitute for the one
proposed by tho national monetary
commission, a subcommittee of the
house committee on bunking and cur
rency began a series of public hear
ings that probably will continue sev
Federal appropriation of $25,000,000
to aid the states for good roads ia pro
posed in a bill offered by Senator
Swanson. The act would apportion
the money among the states accord
ing to population and mileage of post
roads. It is provided that in every
instance tho stutes shall pay one-half
the cost of construction.
Notice of contest against Repre
sentative Francis Burton Harrison's
re-election from tho Twentieth New
York district was filed with the clerk
of the nouco by Julius II. Relter, who
alleges "fraud nr.d trickery."
The situation is such in the senate
as to render it certain that neither
Ferdlnnnd C. Schwedtmann of St.
Louis nor any of the other eight mem
bers of the federal industrial commis
sion appointed by President Taft will
serve in that capacity unless the ap
pointments are approved and sent fo
tl.e senate again after Wood row Wil
son beeomea president.
President Taft Is willing to submit
to arbitration tho questions at Issuo
between Great Britain and the United
States over Panama canal lolls, but
he docs not favor arbitral ion by the
President Taft renominated Charles
P. Noil to be commissioner of labor.
That the American Indian should
bo released' as soon as possible from
the paternal care of tho United States
government is tho advice In tho an
nual report from tha bureau of Indian
affairB submitted to Secretary of tho
Interior Fisher by Robert G. Valen
tine, until recently commissioner.
Senator Brlstow Introduced a biU
for an industrial Commission to con
trol corporations and with power sim
ilar to that of the interstate commerce
The house ways and means commit
tee began tariff revision hearings, lis
tening to manufacturers' objections
to reduction on chemicals.
Another advocate for the arbitration
of the differences between Great Brit
ain and the United States, regarding
the Panama cunnl act, was added
when Representative Gillette of Mas
sachusetts, speaking in the bouse, de
clared that "we ought to agree In
stantly and cheerfully to submit to
Carrying $93,830,177, an increase of
nearly $3,000,000 over tho amount ap
propriated last year, the army appro
priation bill was reported to the bouse
by Representative Hay of Virginia,
chairman of the committee on mili
NEW CONVICT SYSTEM URGED,
McClung Sayg This It Most Serious
Question Before Legislature.
Jefferson City. IX C. McClung, who
will succeed Henry .ndrae as warden
of the penitentiary, says the questiou
of what Bhall bo done with tho con
victs when the present contract sys
tem terminates the last of tho year, is
thoVmost serious confrontlug the leg
islature for solution.
McClung spent a day exchanging
Ideas with tho members of the legis
lature. He says he has no BUgeations
to offer and does not know what
Ttlajor'a position upon this subject will
be. Some of Major's Intimates, how
ever, say he will recommend the use
of the convicts upon the public ronda
of Mb sour!.
Warden Andrae says it costs about
J370,fmu annually to feed and clot bo.
the convicts and furnish medical aid.
Th ia money is more than earned each
year under tho contract system.
The leisiature must appropriate
money for the support of the convicts
next year when the state contract sys
The law abolishing the state con
tract system provides that the con
victs shall be worked, except 300, in
manufacturing plants and the making
of supplies for the sprite Institutions.
The state, however, has no equip
ment for factories, und to equip the
will cost over $1,000,000, it is esti
mated. Names Missouri Old Trails Delegates.
Columbia. Dean Wnlier Williams,
president of the Missouri Old Trails
Road association, has appointed II. B.
Shaw of the University of Missouri,
Oscar Winkler of Lexington, J. P.
Briggs of Arrow Rock, M. B. Ad cock
of Mlllersburg nml Howard Ellin of
New Florence to represent the asso
ciation at th meeting of the Missouri
Highway association in Jefferson ,Ci;y
Thrre Prisoners Paro'ed.
.Tc ft'Tr-on Ciiy.Gov. lladley added
io hia parole record by releasing threo
convicts .Mil the penitentiary. Tho
n.en iii cd are Clarence Bay, S' i v'i'.rj
tv. enty-oi.t! years for murder commit
ti J in St. Francois county; James
:okery, serving five years for rob
bery in 31. Louis, and :x.n Harris,
a negro serving twenty years from St.
Louis for larceny.
"Poor" Woman Had ?:,5C0.
Osceola. Mrs. Mary lluylieu, 0i
yearB old, who died here apparently
poor, has been found to have been
well-to-do, it the deposit slips found
in her house are Sfuine. -Mrs.
Hughes' body showed si.ns of starva
tion, yet in her pocketbook was found
$75 and under the mattress in
gold and a deposit slip on a Kansas
City bank for $4,000.
New School Law Framed.
Columbia. A Joint high school bill
will be introduced by Frank O. liar
lis, representative from Roone. conn-
tv, at the present session of the gen-
c'ral assembly, it was drafted by
I'rof. It. H. Kmberson or me cntur oi
rural education at the university, to
replace the law in vogue over twenty
Seniors Bar Smooth Faces.
Columbia. Whiskers foi all seniors
in the civil engineering department of
tho University of Missouri, is the edict
t'iat has none forth, according to the
annual custom between Christmas and
"exams." which come the first week
in February. A line of $2 is pre
tcribed for smooth faced offender;-.
Ventilation Bill Prepared.
Jefferson City. The campaign for
better ventilation and sanitation iu
factories and business houses iu St.
Louis has resulted iu a bill which
Senator Joseph 11. Iirogan intends to
Introduce as soon as possible, and to
which It is believed there will be little
Farmers Want Adviser.
Hunuibal. Hundreds of farmers la
Marion county are especially interest
ed in the securing of a farm acviser
for the county, judging from letters
that have been received by the Han
nibal Commercial Club.
Woman Is Bank Director.
Hannibal. Mrs. Helen K. Garth has
been elected a member of the board of
director.; of tho Fanners and Mer
chants bank. She is the first woman
to bo honored with such uu office by
a Hannibal bank.
One Mooser In Legislature.
Jefferson City. Representative Soiu
mervlile, tho lone Hull Mooser, occu
pies a seat well to the rear and side
of the ball. He Is playing a lone bund
and Intends to affiliate with neither
tho Republicans nor the Democrats,
Firemen Rescue Man From Ice.
St. Joseph. Harry Johnson, a tales
man, who attempted to cross the Mis
souri river on the ice, was rescued by
members of the fire department, ufter
be had been adrift on an ice floe about
Gov. Hadley Paroles Two.
Jefferson City. Gov. Hadley Issued
two paroles to convicts in the peni
tentiary, as follows: M. G. Dickman,
convicted in Buchanan county of rob
bery, and Ed. Carboy, alias Leo Wil
son, convicted in Kansas City of bur-
SPI3IT IN TUBERCULOSIS WAR
Nineteen Million Dol'srr Expended
Lact Year in Fight Ac- nst tha
Dread White Plac.r.
Nearly $!9.OO0.OOO wns e.-:'t In the
nntltub-rculorls enmpai i in the
United States during th" or 1912,
according to the fourth nec.nal statls
tlcal statement of expenditures in this
movement Issued by the National As
sociation for tho Study and Preven
tion of Tuborculosls. The expenditures
during the year for sanatorium and
hoppltal construction and treatment
make tho largest single item in the
total, amounting to nearb $!;. 800,000.
This Ih an lucrraso of n
; ,nd commit-
000 over the same group
tures for the year 1911
tuberculosis association ;
tees spont over 7f.5.00 '
pensanes and tnborcul
spent over $500,000. O
was spent for tho maintenance and
eFtpblishmont of open-air school and
fresh air classes, which N more than
double tho amount spent for this pur
pose In 1911. Official, s -n. and mu
nicipal expenditures out ,;'l ' of tho
maintenance of Institutions, which
are Included In the other totals,
amoantod to $?80.000. In addition to
those figures, about t eio.ono was
spent by hospitals for insane and
penal institutions In caring for their
Mr. New Wed A wife 1? n Rift from
heaven. Wo pet tha su::!ilit and tho
gentlo rain from heaven.
Mr. Old Wed And aW tho thunCvr
Why He Changed His Mind.
John Ia. Sullivan met with Knr.io
amusing Incidents while giving boxing
One day a husky young man came
to him as a pupil. He took his boxinj;
lesson and went homo somewhat the
worse for wear.
When he came for his second lesson
he said: "Mr. Sullivan, it was my
idea to learn enough about boxing
from you to give a certain young pen
tleman a good licking. I've had it in
for him a good while. Hut I've chang
ed my mind. If you have no objec
tions I'll send this young man down
here, to you to take the rest of my
lessons for me." Pittsburg Chronicle
Telegraph. ; Rt$H ALMOST COVERED FACE
Warrenvllle, O. "I have felt the
effects of blood poisoning for eighteen
years. I was never without some erup
tions on my body. The tcrrlblo itch
ing' caused me much suffering and dis
comfort, whllo tho rubbing and
scratching made it worse. Last rprlng
I had a terrible breaking out of blls-tei-y
sores on my arms and limbs. My
faco and arms wcro almost covered
with rash. I could not sleep and lost
nineteen pounds in five weeks. My
face was terribly red and sore, and
felt as. if my skin was on Are. At last
I tried a sample of Cuticura Sonp and
Cutlcura Ointment and I found them
so cool, soothing and healing, that I
got some Cuticura Soap, Cutlcura
Ointment, and Resolvent. I buthed
with hot water and Cutlcura Soap,
then I applied the Cutlcura Ointment
every night for two months, and I am
cured of all skin eruptions." (Signed)
Mrs. Kathryn Krafft, Nov. 2S, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment Bold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32 p. Skin Book. Address
poet-card "Cutlcura, Dept. h, BoBton."
No Money, No Marriage.
"A fortune teller told me that you
aro going to marry me," said the
young man with the prominent
"Did she also tell you that you are
going to Inherit a very large fortune?"
Inquired the girl with the matted hair.
"She didn't say anything about a
"Then she Is not much of a fortune-teller,
and you had better not
place any reliance in anything she
says." Washington Herald.
Not a Complaint.
"Well, Oscar, we ought to get in
that picture also, I should think."
"No, you needn't be on every plate.
I took my camera along to have some
pleasant recollections of tho trip."
No matter what happons, tho sus
penders a man wears are never en
tirely freo from responsibilities.
H VaMira to !liitrt tr
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H'-uif rlH-um'tttsm and backache. "Frmn
your ilrmt;!st K.-t em- ounro of T'irls
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rlnn InMi nil of Ihl. tnil on h:ivtnif
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winter anil bonfire. in of ttn tvorwt r in-
Were rnred bv It tit n abort time. I'.ib
llfbeil by the Ololw rhsrntuvvutlrnl 1 ib
oiatorli.'M of Chicago.
Slopay received a card on which
was engraved: "Professor llraee.
He knew no such person, bo his curi
osity led hint to receive him.
"What Is your business, professor?"
be asked, politely.
"I am a collector of antiquities." an
swered the old man.
"So I Imagined. And how can I
"By paying a deposit on this little
hill you have owed for more than
Willis 1b that now young preacher
you hired fresh from college up to
Olllls You bet. Ho called out the
Easter choir squad last Sunday, ant!
has ordered practice behind closed
I will give you FREE a sample of Dr. Pierce Pleasant Pellet that have brought j'f!rt"
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biliousness and kindred derangements of
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"In coughs and hoarseness caused by
bronchial, throat and lung affections, except
consumption, the 'Golden Medical Dis
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Wanted to Compromise.
Mr. Levi la n kind-hearted, '(:n
sclenflous man, an example of what
Materllnok calls "our anxious moral
ity." Uut ha Is alno (ierman, and
spends the i'Piinien hard. Ili has n
hired man who says. "Mr. I.evl 's
rjuetr; he wants me to work all the
time ho has me hired for." Mr. I.evl
also has a young horse thnt balks. "If
you would Just let me take a whip
to him once!" tho hired man expostu
lated, exasperated and yet dominated
by 'tho other's point of view. Mr
Levi looked at him uneasily; stood
first on one foot, and then on the
other. "Ain't there no' bin' else you
could be doin'?" he asked, "til! he get;i
ready to start?"
He's Not There.
Jimmy was sure he bad something
the matter with him, so he went to
seo the doctor. His pulse was felt,
his tongue was examined, his heart
was listened to, and his lungs were
thumped. He seemed lo be sound.
"Do you sloop nlfihts?" asked the
"Yes - but I don't enjoy my t-leep "
"Ah whut disturbs you?"
"Nothing, except I don't Ret any
good out of sleeping. I go to sleep
tha minute I hit tho bed and the min
ute I'm awake I have to get up. How
can a follow enjoy his sleep when he
doesn't know It."
Even Job's wife never asked him
to remove the tacks from tho parlor
wMk, MMCnOVINC" CSada oj
Suffer From n?nue of Rats. I
A "pled piper of 1 lamella" is need-
ed at Hanta l'aulu. I'al. Thousands of i
rats, and nil hi wood rats have In
vaded the plftce, and tho situation !
st:eh that women are afraid to po to
church. Tbe rats seem to have a
preference for churches and on several
occasion have forced the feminine j
r" tendance at services to take to the
high benches. The city authorities j
ate seeking means to abale the pest. !
The rats are believed to have bet n !
driven out of the woods by recent fires '
In the forests.
Wlz.trrf cf Flnar.ce.
"Would yon Mick to your hu1-hand
If he Mole a million dollars?"
"If he succeeded In kecpin;- it."
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Children Cry for Flotclier'a Cnsi or la
"1 want a light fruit let ! h "
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It takes a Kood pUKilbt or a poor
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up to consumption, it is the best medicine
that can be taken."
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