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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY AFTERNOON 3 O'CLOCK, APIRL 29. 1913
NUMBER 61
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For Best
eed (Oats
See
IL. ESv IBlamitoiiii
Comet Main and B
Streets
Telephone
85
Pay Cash and Save Money
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE
New Tornado Disc HarroW
The same Harrow we have sold and guaranteed for 25 years
It has several new improvements which makes it the most
complete Ilarrow on the market. We also have the best
Tobacco Fertilizer on the vnaiket.. We guarantee it when
used on tocacco beds to pay 200 per cent on tne investment.
D. B. SHACKELFORD & COMPANY
Notice! Poultry Raisers .
4-11-44
CURES
Cholera, Gapes, LimbcrnecR, Roup, Canker,.
it" iiv?Z7r Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry
Mia Kaiir BcraM. Biho.i, Ktotk "I ka J R" 4-11-44 lor yaanaad think it the beai
pouttrr raaaedy aaadc. Ucvrei sapesend iimberaeck withoot fail.'
U ill CnnwMi. Bafriatowi, ky.. rc "Oae drop at Roope 4-1 1-44 drappni dawn the hiMaf maa
Ackge, kJa trx wana aal reittrm the chick i aaMjrtJy. Iliitbe best prevaunre 1 have ever oaed."
Mrg. and Gairanued fey J. BobL Crnme, KanSstown, Kjr. Price 50c at all Druggists.
aVOa-D BY
STOCKTON &. SON
7 on r 3m T
CLIMAX ONE YEAR,
$1.00
The Genius of The Restora
tion Movement
An excerpt from a sermon delivered
by Hev. E. B. Barnes at the court-house
April 27ih:
The history of the Disciples of Christ
has been that of an endeavor to find a
common basis of agreement on which
christians of every name could stand.
That has not b en an easy last, nor has
it met, with the success for which
the originators of the idea, men like
Thomss ind Alexander Campbell, hop
ed. But it has been wonderfully suc
cessful in an indirect way in leavening
the faith and practice of almost every
community in" America. For it is evi
dent that since the year 1808, the date
of the publication of Thomas Campbell'
famous "Declaration and Address," a
change has come over the religious
werld which might be called revolu
tionary. It is just to say that the ad
dress introduced the beginnings of the
change, thoogh many other forces con
tributed to it.
The one word it lich makes the Disci
ples a peculiar people, the word which
differentiates them from their religious
neighbors, is the word "union." The
Campbells, father and son, desired to
tee all God's people one. Could there
have been a greater wish in the heart of
a serious-minded christian than this,
knowing as we know today that disun
ion is weakness and confusion? Christ
Himself seemed- to have'anticipated di
vision when He prayed that all His peo
ple might be one, for at that moment
they were one, and the seeds of discord
had not been sown. And the purpose of
union was that the world might believe.
A reading of the 17th chapter of John's
Gospel will help any one to see the
meaning and scope of that prayer anew.
The Disciples gladly recognize the
aids' which have been afforded them
in recent years in their work in such his
toric t'omm unions as the Episcopal, Con
greffational and Presbyterian. The zeal
of oi:e in this cause is as praiseworthy
as the zeal of the other. "Union" is no
longer an exclusive word in any Protest
ant church. In the beginning of the his
tory of the Disciples work,lhese things
could not be said. The religious world
in the beginning of the 19th century was
divided into warring sects and parties;
traditions of men bad tended to make
the Scriptures a dead letter; there seem
ed to be no standards of authority other
than the human declarations of faith and
individual feelings which in those days
ran to violent excesses. Every man was
a law to himself. The . branches of
different churches made war on their
own members. It looked as if tw'eedle
dee and tweedle dum would annihilate
each other. Confusion and chaos, were
in the saddle. As a result, men's hearts
were failing them for fear, the churches
were disorganized, the cultivation of
personal piety languished and deterior
and decay were the result.
It was not believed in the beginning
that Christian union would be the pana
cea for these ills. The beginnings of
the movement were regarded with sus
picion. Tlrere was much distrust, much
controversy, much ill feeling as the prop
aganda was undertaken. But it was of
sufficient power to attract the attention
of the divided hosts from themselves to
it. The age was compelled to take no
tice. Alexander Campbell proved to be
the leader and the organizer of the move
ment. He was powerful in debate, a
genius with a pen and a thinker of high
order. If he turned his powers in oppo
sition at times against those of other
communions, discussing the differences
between them and him, there were other
times in which he made greater contri
butions o the common cause of Christi
anity than any man of his day. When
the skeptic, Robert Dale Owen, had
challenged a representative of the Chris
tian rnligion to meet him in debate,
Mr. Campbell took up the gage of bat
tle and the result of the meeting is now
a matter of history, and we are not aware
that the friends of Mr. Owen have ever
done much to circulate the volume
which contains the report of tha discus
sion. Alexander Campbell examinded
under the search-light the astounding
claims of others who were apparently
hostile to American institutions, and
halted their aggressions. The Protes
tantism of our country is under a great
debt of gratitude to him.
His preaching tours covered a great
scope of country. His public discussions
involved a great amount of labor. He
founded and maintained a college many
years prior to bis death. In all, 50 vol
umes aro the product of his pen. He
lived the strenuous life in the days Of
the stage coach. How he accomplished
so much under hindering circumstances
is still the wonder of all who are famil
iar with his career.
But I wish to speak particularly of
the genius of the work he began. In his
day the issue was between the Divine
and the human standards of authority.
Today that issue is a dead one. The
battle has been fought. New and more
vital issues confront our age. It is now
agreed that if we maintain our devotion
to Christianity at all it must be done
through the medium of the Scriptures
And that leads to another consideration,
viz: " Who shall interpret the Scriptures
for us? The right of private judgment
at once comes to the front as a mighty
principle. It is here that the widest
freedom is given in the deliberations of
the Disciples. Others may give a simi
lar freedom, but they can speak for
themselves. In matters of opinion where
the revelation of certain doctrines was
obscure, it was a fixed principle with
the Campbells that private opinions dif
fering widely with the individuals could
be held, only one man must not impose
bis opinions upon another as a test of
fellowship. As a result of that there
has been much freedom of opinion, and
consequently much misunderstanding.
But the principle is just, though we
may differ as to how far that principle
can be carried. In few words, the Dis
ciples believe that much diversity mar
be allowed in every congregation, while
the great central verities of the Chris
tian faith are adhered to.
We often hear it said that one man's
opinion is as good as another's. That
does very well in theorv, but no one re
spects it in practice. The opinions of
the trained mind must be of more value
than those of the untrained mind. The
views of a scholar who has had every op
portunity to investigate and form just
conclusions must have more value than
those of a man who has nevor had such
opportunity. Consequently, where dif
ference of views prevails, there must be
great tolerance and a warm enthusiasm
for the cause of education. It will be
seen that both are the outgrowth of the
Disciples' particular views. If we want
rational views we must be patient with
irrational views, and we must do all in
our power t. foster such a system of ed
ucation as shall give us the wisdom and
moderation that guarantee the removal
of our mental equipment as far as pos
sible from the ignorant and the fanatical.
We believe thoroughly in the sanity
of cultivated reason, and the hopeful
ness of Christianity. If there are those
-who preach a religion of optimism and
good cheer, we more. If there are those
who make discoveries which seem as
important to them as the discovery of
America, we invite such enthusiasm and
attempt to match it. We try to find a
place for all that is worthy, sound and
healthful. And in addition, we are ever
seeking to convert the sinner and to give
the down-and-out a fair chance in. the
race for life. And we are joining hands
with our brethren of other churches in
evangelistic and missionary campaigns
in the hope of bringing about a union by
practical service which we fear can nev
er be brought about by the arguing of
doctrinal differences.
It is the boast of tome faiths that they
never change. It is our boast that we
grow with a growing world. Growth is
the sign of life. China boasted of her
stability through many centuries, but
the awakening of that vast empire has
been one of the wonders of the age.
Not to change is to invite the compan
ionship of the dead. To know how to
adjust one's self as well as a communion
to the changing conditions about us with
out losing anything of power, is a work
which requires the vision and the skill
of the true prophet. And the churches
which can adjust themselves to the
needs of the age are sure to find them
selves in tune with the most worthy
voices of all time
Experienced Deliveryman
Wanted.
An experienced delivery man is wanted
at Hurst's Store of Quality in the Clay
building. Phone or call at once. 60-tf
For House Painting
Call H. M. Thurmau, Phone 277. He
is an experienced painter and thorough
ly reliable in eve-y way. Reference
ay one for whom he has ever done any
work. . " 45 tf
Shoe Store For Sale.
Only exclusive Shoe Store in Cyntbi
ana, Ey.; good business, prominent lo
cation; cheap. Immediate possession.
Reason for selling, death of proprietor.
Address Arcade Shoe Store, Cyntniana,
Ky. 60-2t .
Our line of Coffees are as fine as'you
can get in any market. Give them a
trial. Covinitton Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
What do You Know About
Your Clothes?
See that most entertaining and instruc
tive moving picture, "Ttie Clothing In
dustry, from sheep to weaver." Every
body's viewing it.' Bring the whole fam
ily. To be exhibited at the Grand Op
era nouse Tuesday night, April 29ib.
J S. Stanifer. C0-2t
Hair Goods,
I make your combings into switches,
braids, transformations and other hair
goods at a small price. I also remodel
hair goods, add hair to your old braids
and transformations. ' Braids colored
and re-woven at moderate price. Mrs.
Maud Mackey Walker, 207 W. Main St.
Phone 545. Residence 202. 52-tf
Traveling Men
Find that our service spares them ma
ny an hour. It is sometimes inconveni
ent to wait for a lata train and a big
sale may be lost on account of it. For
that reason we have a machine always
on hand to do your bidding and get you
to your next town in short order. Give
us a trial. , Azbill's Livery Stable. 00-ti
To Cattle Dealers.
I make an exclusive business of buying
itockers nd feeders on orders. The
best quality of cattle come to this mar
ket. Yonr patronage will be appreciat
ed. Market quotations promptly fur
nished on application.
W. O. PARK.
Rooms CO 1-603 Live Stock Exchange,
Kansas City Stock Yards. 39 6m
Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy,
pimply complexion, headaches, nausea.
indigestion. Xhin blood makes you
weak, pale and sickly, f or pure bl.'od.
sound digestion, use Burdock Blood Bit
ters II at all stores.
Special Matfthress Sale
1 EOl4BittAq5
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On the
Celebrated
Come See
them in our
Windows
We have arranged for a Special Sale
On the celebrated Stearns & Foster Mattress and are offering this most Comfortable,
Durable and Sanitary of all Mattresses, in selected patterns of the best qualities of Satin-
finish. Dust-proof Tickings-WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Beware of so-called "Special Sales" on "Cotton-felt" or "Felt" Mattresses said to be
the "genuine kind" and offered at such ridiculously low prices as are sometimes seen dis
played. You do not know UT1AT sort of material has been hastily STUFFED into the
ticking. From a Sanitary standpoint, it may be vile; unfit for any person to sleep upon. As
for genuine Comfort and Durability, such Mattresses are utterly worthless. It don't pay
to buy them.
Stearns & Foster Mattresses have a laced opening (Pat. applied for) through which
you can see and examine the inside of the Mattress you GET. That's the safe way to buy
a Mattress. You know what you are getting.
Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean, Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds
of little webs forming many Spring, Buoyant layers standing nearly three feet high. These
layers are then LAID BY HAND and compressed to ONE-SIXTH their original height
and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension so as to be Soft, yet Firm,
half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation.
You will say
"I never Knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable."
That's just what satisfied users of Stearns & Foster Mattresses are saying.
-You owe it to yourself to get one and enjoy rest that is Refreshing Comfortable
Healthful.
You don't have to be put to the expense and Inconvenience of sending a Steams &
Foster Mattress away to be "Made Over or "Renovated." They never require it. An
occasional Sun Bath keeps them fresh and dean.
Don't Fail to attend this Sale. Come today.
Select the Mattress you want NOW. Don't put up longer with that old uncom
fortable Mattress.
A Comfortable Night's Rest on a Stearns & Foster.
Costs too Little.
Well give you a POSITIVE GUARANTEE on every Mattress bearing the Steams
ot Foster name.
Dav Telephone 76
Night Telephone 136 229
W. S. O. R. O. L.
Undertaking a Specialty
To Excursionists
The Gasoline Boat and Barge, Bertha M.
CAPACITY 200 PEOPLE
Is at the service of the public.
Excursion parties served on short
notice and at very reasonable rates.
Will meet parties anywhere on the
Kentucky river and take them where
they wish to go. Prompt attention
to correspondence and phone mes
sages. Good order guaranteed.
Abundant room tor dancing. Re
freshments served.
O. F. SHEARER,
Phone 175. Irvine, Ky.
Bracelets That
Please
the re fire J woman are those whose
workmanship is fine, designs new and
unique, precious stones set in the latest
fashions, diamonds of pnre water, full
of (ire and brilliancy, rubbies of pigeon
blood color, and sapphires, opals and ail
kinds of gems that are the finest that
can be secured. These you will find at
F. J. YEAGER
MAIN STREET
RICHMOND KY
rz
See Our
Ladies' Suits, Coats,
Skirts and Waists
See Our
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Mens and Boys Suits for Spring
See Our
Wash Goods in All the New
Fabrics
Take A-
Look Through Our Carpet
Department
Remember We Always Have the
Newest Things in Notions
Our Mens Furnishing Department this spring
is all that we could wish it to be
Fancy Socks, Shirts, Ties, Etc
See our PANAMA HATS for men at $2.00
Just a look will assure you
.Li :
Has the Hustling Cash Store sold so many more goods so tar this season than ever before?
Why have Hamilton Bros, at such, an early date, had to search the markets for an almost new stock of spring merchandise?
Why do we buy these goods always at bottom prices?
EECAU
Because we sell for cash and can, of course, pay cash. And by paying spot -cash we can get the lowest possible market price
Because we are satisfied with a reasonable profit and MAKE GOOD what we say about every article sold
Because we buy often and keep our stock fresh and new, and extend a courteous invitation and cordial welcome to each
and every patron. Therefore
People Looking For Good Quality Materials
at reasonable prices make their purchases at our store and always with the understanding that if goods are not as represent
ed, we "want them and will make them" satisfactory. Having just returned from the markets our stock is right now up to
full standard and we have never shown more beautiful assortments Respectfully
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