In his journey about the nation President Taft last week visited Jackson, Miss.
THE word repentance is a very common one in the Christian's vocabulary.
FILLED with the Holy Ghost; conscious through meekness and obedience of his nearness to the Father; hearing with joy his great kinsman's humble acknowledgment of his unspoken claim; and crowned during the initial step of his career by a heavenly voice which characterized him as indeed the Son of God,—there came to Jesus after his baptism that human sense of reaction which shadows the footsteps of the reformer and which has hurled many from the heights of assurance to the depths of doubt.
ABOVE all the many contradictory opinions about physical, mental, moral, social, civil, political, religious, national, and international reform movements, there must be a best way; and it must be best for mankind to walk in this best way, which must necessarily transcend all other ways because it is based on truth, and all other ways must lack in some degree the faultlessness of truth.
AN item which is going the round of the papers says that a western farmer has discovered that artichokes will crowd out Canadian thistles, and that now some other farmer must find something to crowd out the artichokes! This suggests the line of action which very many are pursuing today.