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A Complete Answer to the Query,
. "Who Ordained Kim?"
The Wholo Subjoct Clarified For the
Publio Benefit Clergy and Laity
Albany, N. Y.,
Nov. 17. As always,
j:ot tuc crowds
aBBBHaBLsRflLsVt'M. lJ today. We report
his discourse on
Very evidently It
Is a reply to nn attack
upon 111 m by a Mr.
W. T. Ellis, Held
editor of The Continent,
tbe "Religious Rambler." Ellis claims
that Pastor Russell's ordination as Pastor
is fraudulent. The address shows
that Pastor Russell fully understands
the situation, lie fully Justified his position
befo'e bis Mist audience and
showed up the "Rambler" editor In
the unenviable lisht of either being
Ignorant of the subjects discussed, or
attempting to deceive the public. His
text was, "Not of men. neither by man.
but by Jesus Christ, and God the Father,
who raised Him from tbe dead"
(Gal. 1, h He
The time has come for telling the
people what the Bible teaches respect-Ins
ordination to tench and preach.
The doctrine of Apostolic Succession
started In the second ceutury A. D.
JThe bishops claimed that they had the
same authority that Jesus gave to the
twelve Apostles. Upon this clnlm they
ordained the Inferior clergy.
This principle is wholly unscriptural.
According to the Rlble. the Church of
Christ Is not composed of two parts,
clergy and l.ilty. Jesus declared. "All
ye are brethren; One Is your Master.
Christ." St. Paul shows that In the
parly Church the ministers were the
norvanis of the flock. They were of
Uie people, chosen by them by the
stretching forth of the hand.
ilany of the reformers coveted the
titles nccorded the Catholic clergy.
They did not care to tell the congregation
that Its word was supreme, and
that Its ministers were merely its servants.
Others, realizing that these titles
were unscriptural. declined to use
tbem; preferring to be called pastor.
My Rlble Student associates, knowing
my objection to the title "Reverend."
address me as Pastor. I am tbe elected
Pastor of the Rrooklyn Tabernacle
congregation, and also of the London
Tabernacle congregation, and I fall to
see ground for criticism In this respect,
nor do I nttack Christian brethren who
accept other nnd unscriptural titles.
Must Pastors Be Ordained?
Ordination is necessary to the offlce
of pastor. The question is. What constitutes
an ordination to preach amongst
the people of GodY
This question has received various
answers. The Roman, Anglican nnd
Greek Churches, claiming Apostolic
Suet essiou, declare that authorization
to preach must come through their
apostle-bishops, and have not allowed
Protestant ministers to enter their pin
pits until the Episcopalians, about a
year ago granted this concession Of
course, if their proposition were cor
rect. I am Just as much unordalned as
all other Protestant ministers and no
Enrh denomination at Its beginning
was opposed by nil others; yet each
taught that the clergy were sepaiate
from tho laity. Only since the organ
izatlou of the Evangelical Alliance
(1S40I have the different sects of
Christendom acknowledged each oth
pr's ordinations. Each denomination
makes use ot such ceremonies as it
deems proper If. therefore, the con
Ktegation ot Christian believeis in
Kronklyu and London ordain or ap
point uie as their pastor. It is their
own choice what ceienionles, If any
ibnll accompany that ordination. Who
can dispute tliNV No Protestant de
nomination, study: for their own or
dliiatlons aie on this very basis.
The. subject of opM" itinn seems to
Jinvo fallen Into coiiicsiou during the
D:il A'e. St Paul p.irtleiil:rly em
lilinsfrpx the f.u t thai he did not re
cel h.s i'oiiiiiiisnIoii as preacher and
jpnstV of I'lirKt from bis lirorhei
h"t In Dll:ic authorization
This Is I 'rriifii":ll principle lllldcl v
'! !' wnlltiatlon to the intuistn
l. .iii.iiniittou claims that the nt
; i Mts ministers either made or
. -ii All admit thai
Im'imi sad t allures atnoirisi
M'Htl ministers n thet
ii mini (bat oiilinntlon In-'
m'."istoisi superior il'wi'i'i
I u'.. i Truths On the con
tiitn ' h in lured the clert'v l
jiin&jit: iimh or them rtmiiliiwrHij!
jtitd lordl;. tiwtnirv tiriho spirit and
teachings .i' Christ nnd the Apostles:
and the i.wi.v iiv leading them to con
elude Hint nuri'lv secular matters
should engage attention.
The True Ordination.
Finally the Pastor showed tbe true
onlliiiitliiii to be the luipaitatlon of the
Hoh Sn'rlf Whoever receives this
lias Coil's authority to be Ills am
li.issnd i'iuI mouthpiece. Such Im.t
the work of tbe Foly Spirit regeneral
Jus their minds and hearts, glvlmr
then' Insight Into the Sctiptnres and
'enabling them to he God's mouth
jileces. ministers of Ills Tvuth
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dAGE TWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS nov. 28, 191: V
Hoc Signo Vinces."
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Only A Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered, as, with burned
hands, he held up a small round
box, "Fellows!" he shouted, "this
Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has
everything beat for burns." Right!
also for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples,
eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 25 cents at James II.
Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's. n
(continued from last weeK.)
Miss Lettie Conditt visited
relatives in the Glendale neighborhood
Rev. Robinson, wife'and daughter,
Arnilla, visited his brother,
Miss Lola Claghorn has returned
to Caldwell Springs to
her school, after the diptheria
MUCH VUU ICCI fused, nervous
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vigor and make life worth living.
Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-RINE
PILLS. Price $1.00 by druggists.
Williams M'f'g. Co., Props.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. H.
Orme, Marion, Ky.
Card of Thanks.
To the friends and neighbors
of Sturgis and Blackford, who so
kindly assisted us during the
sickness and death of our mother
and grandmother, Mrs. S. D.
Green. We extend our heartfelt
thanks for the many favors
shown her, while afflicted. We
shall never forget your presence,
help and encouragement. May
the rich blessings of our Heav
pnly Father follow you all the
days of your life. May life s
sweetest pleasures ever be yours ,
and when your head presses a !
dying pillow, may ou have.
friends to administer "o you as
you hove to our dear loved one.
May God bless all, who gave a
helping hand. Many thanks tj
the physician, Dr. Lindl for
his faithful work in prolonging
life. May God bless you all is
Her Children and Grandchildren.
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Joe G. Cannon Retired.
Danville, 111., Nov. 18. Joseph
G. Cannon, former speaker -of
the house, has been defeated for
re-election. Frank T. O'Hair,
Democrat, according to revised
returns from the district, has
won by a plurality of 800 votes.
Iroquois county, the largest in
Cannon's district, went against
him for the first time in years,
and it was that plurality for
O'Hara shown on the revised
figures there the gave the Demo
crats their victory. ""
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Marion News," has with this
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their paper, without receiving
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which, to say the least of
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We told our readers when the
list was turned over to "The
Weekly Globe" that we did not
know how long the Globe would
continue to be published, and
we are now informed that it's
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Again assuring each of you of
my sincere appreciation of your
favors in the past, at the same
time expressing to you again mv
regrets that The News did not
prove to be a profitable undertaking.
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eiiis. baiikin I,ou-
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Jl M. SABEL & SONS
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us3i:rs in uiuts, wool.
Will pay 50cts., per bushel for
merchantable white shucked
corn delivered at the mill. Brinp
on your corn while we are
Marion Milling Co., Inc.
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ARE YOU SICK?.
Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Ulcers,
Pimples on the Face, Constipation, Headache, .
Back, and all Blood diseases from any cause.
Pains in' the
to tho malaria
I w3l Seed
Defeated by 85 Votes.
Cincinnati, O., Nov. IS. Congressman
was defeated for re-election by
Stadley Bowdie, democrat, by 85
votes, according to the unofficial
canvass of the vote in the First
Ohio districts. Congressman
Longworth will not admit his defeat,
however, and the result
will not be finally known until
the board of election has made
its official canvass.
The boy's appetite is often the
soufo of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamberlain's
Tablets. They not only create a
healthlv appetite, but strengths the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers.
(Delayed from lastweek.)
The Sunny South, in song and !
story, at the school house, Friday
Misses Ruth Cook and Allie
Wathen were in Cave-in-Rock,
C. V. Oakley, of Marion, was
in tin's section last week.
H. M. Winders, of
111., was the guest of R.
P. Underdown a few days ago.
Roy Belt and wife spent Sunday
at Mrs Kirks.
See Ena Clark as the "mother-in-law"
in the play, Nov. 29th.
Rev. Wilson will preach at
Hebron Nov. 28th.
Miss Ruth Cook gave a box
supper at Fords Ferry Saturday
night for 'school improvement.
A good program was given, then
Capt. Wilborn sold the girls to
the highest bidders. Every one
was in a jolly good humor, all
the boys were bachelors, consequently
the boxes went
was fast, and. Miss Cook
realized about $15.00 for the
benefit of her school library.
Richard Bebout and Miss
Love, of Shericlari, visited
Ed Cook Sunday.
lta Paris spent Saturday ,and,
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KIDNEY FLUSH, IKidoey.nJ DIddrDi,etie1 $1.00
Tolalvitue S3 00
th ether M 03 within jli month from thil date, provided
Beotianed diteitei and are exactly at recommended. I am to
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Sunday at Marion.
John Asher, of Marion, was
in this section last week.
Herschell Franklin, "Thomas
Jefferson" at the school house
Friday night, Nov. 29th.
NOTICE I'll HUNTERS.
The Wilson Hill farm and
woodlands are posted and no one
is allowed to hunt on same. Tres-
passers will be punished.
Mrs. ume w. uenKins. inov.
Jay and Wm. H. Brown, B. F.
Horning and S. C. Towery were
in Providence Monday.
Prof. Wm. K. Powell, of Rep-ton,
was in this section this week
listing tax payers
Prof. John H. Nichols is teaching
a fine school at this place.
Henry and R. R. Tudor were
in Providence Thursday.
G. E. and" R, E. Towery were
in Marion Thursday.
George B. Lamb and Thomas
Tabor are attending Circuit
Court at Marion, this week.
It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
be3t cough medicine I have ever used,"
wiites Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of
Ga. "I have used it with all of
my children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
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Protruding Piles. Itching Piles, Dleedlnir Piles, Vistula Fissure ami alldlso&sra
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YOU PAY NOTHING UNTIL CUBED. &tS?X&,:&Zli
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Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching
at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant
relief. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
itching of the private parts. Druggists,
mail 50c and $1.00. WilliamB
Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. O.
Sold only by J. H. Orme.
z. C. the little son of ' Willie
. n . .. . , .
a,m Uill"u i'au'" wao UUI"
uct. iitn, iyii, cuea .nov. yen,
1912; aged one year and twenty-eight
days. Hewas a bright
s.veet babe, loved by all who
knew him. Thus over another
home the shawdow of a little
grave has fallen and left that
home sad and lonely.
This beautiful b&by life was
so precious, so frought with
blessings ,tp his parents, that he
seemed a flower of Paradise permitted
to bloom for n brief season
by their side, then recalled
to its natures skies, leaving the
earth road for them dark and
weep not, dear porents, for
your babe is waiting and beck-
ening you to come, where part
ing is no more. He will meet
you, cheer and greet you, when
you reach that other shore-
Bti Isksm tLb?7
Jacob Stork. Eelleullln ir1
Louis Alt, St. Louis.
h. Hubeiman, St. Louis,
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