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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 28 October 1906

M 7 A i THE BLUE CRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to his death ebruary 7 1800 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 > er year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year eachI ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per month unless by special contract when other and bet ter rates will be quoted upon application The pub Ushers have the right to reject any and all advertise I manta offered offeredGENERAL GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscription has been paid up in advance The address slip ou the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration o f subscription Back numbers or numbers omitte...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 28 October 1906

a his pound of flesh through foreclosure but no person can hold a mortgage on the columns of the Blade dictate its utterances its policies and advocacies There are many men whose opinions we value and respect but they are as unlike How ard as is an orange from an orangoutang Still Howard is entitled to his opinion He has one and he has very forcibly expressed it He should not be forced to read those things that arc distasteful to him He has acted wisely and Well in stopping his subscription to the Blade but he ought to have r done so a little sooner There be some men who would fill up on warm water to cheat themselves into the belief that they had been to dinner only to save the price of a sandwich It is intended that Air Howard shall read this comment upon his conduct provided he has the courage to do so We send him a marked copy for that purpose although his name has been erased from our mailing list Ho may be able to profit thereby and then rather than wound his tender sensibilit...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 28 October 1906

r t 1 1 d t > CHURCH OF OFHUMANIT HUMANITY Its Official Representative Takes c Issue With the Blade and Gives I His Plan of Organization j c In your Views On Organization j In the Blade of September 23 you ap j pear to not well understand the ob I Jects and methods of the Church of I Humanity and seem to mistake the I bottom for the top In our plans of I organization all of which indicates I that you have not kept posted In our I work and plans by reading our church paper or have failed to fully grasp Its I meaning or I have failed to make I that meaning clear Now I would like to be able to make the full object and method Including plans for future I work of the Church of Humanity clear to all who will read them Before t fore they are rejected by editors they should know what they are first I shall note your objections to our plans and then try to set you straight I 1 You think at best the Influence ir of the Church of Humanity must be to a large extent local In character and t i...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 4 November 1906

> I > 1 lJc t t t l L Gi f ItI T WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH l T on rl H VOLUME XV JUIlCh sad rlerh b r 8 InflrteOG LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEAR IN ADVANCEj g VOLTMRL I MEMORY STILL FRESH In the Minds of the People at His Old Home In Geneva Rush for Souvenirs From His Cha teau Interesting Accounts s OF HIS MANY PUBLIC BENEFACTIONS t tJ r By WIHLIAM E CURTIS J n the v ilrlf laves a genius and It jva jjtoU < L I1Jer lfC ite C 1u tsurita of the chiirdb the metrar3 of Vcltalro IB still frceh In the pa odUltr mind In a recent Isstio tho Blade 1 110aud a pen picture by a prominent An erlCorb can writer of tho public treatment of John Calvli t and from liuo same aunnd thor comes a lirlllant sketch ofb taire the groat apostle of human libbluo erty Headers of tho Blade may now be In a position to judge by comp nrl son concerning the attitude of thewas public mind towards Voltaire anduld contrast the treatment accordedin him and to ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 4 November 1906

t r u THE BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to his death February 7 1000 r JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character acccpte will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per month unless by special contract when other and bet ter rates will bo quoted upon application The pal Ushers have the right to reject any and all advertise ments offered offeredGENERAL GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued e t the expiration of the term for which the sulscriptio has been paid up in advance The address slip on the becnraid paper will show subscribers tho date of expiration c l subscription Back numbers or numbers omit...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 4 November 1906

l rtl tinn evidently fails to perceive that there is little nnnlogy between the two propositions If god created man originally perfect it was his mniiifcs duty to keep him in a state of perfection If the god created sinned it was because he possessed I 1 sinful nature and as god also created that sinfu 1 nature and bestowed it upon that which he had created the moral responsibility for the sinful acts complained must fall hack upon the creator Tim t man must sin as the Christian npologist would put it appears to have been a part of the divine plan and in that case man had to sin for man conic j not help himself If it was not a part of Gods I plan that man should sin and God had intended l I that man should not sin j and mnn did sin then it 1 the commission of sin man deprived god of his most potent nnd most powerful attribute that of om nipotence In other words god being all powerful had the power to prevent sin lie lid not hence he must have preferred sin As god created all things ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 4 November 1906

I P i fJo tiNft < OJ p 4 J tI1 t WHAT II In I CRIMINALLY OBSCENE Being a Medico legal Treatise on the I Absurdities of Judicial Tests Re latlng to Obscenity Published to by Request In DISSEMINATED UNDER AUSPICES v OF FREE SPEECH LEAGUE p By critical analysis wo can exhibit s separately tho constituent elements of other conceptions as well as of our s general Idea of tho obscene By a ° comparison we will discover that s their common element of unification may be either subjective or objective e Futhermore It will appear that In the v I general Idea symbolized by tho word D obscene there Is only a subjective ti dlment of unification which is coma monto all abscenlty and that herein c f It differs from most general terms In n the failure 10 recognize this fundamental M mental unlikeness between different a kinds of general Ideas we will dlscov a er the scurco of the popular errorC Ie that obscenity is a definite and dcIe 4 finable objective quality of literature n L r and art A gene...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 18 November 1906

St J Jv BLUE GRAS BLADE F > Ii A T High parker n it and Aslgauf East S fgWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH i VOLUME XV NUMBER 33 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEAR IN ADVANCE L PERFECT 4 PERFECTMEN MEN AND WOMEN Important Scientific Experiments To Be Undertaken By United States Government To Improve the f Human Family f a v SCIENCE OF GENERATION Jit AND PROCREATION k2 Among the most Important contrlbu < tions to modern scientific research Is the announced declaration that the government of tho United States Is t about to embark upon a series of ex Is perlments the results of which will be watched with eager Interest by the scientific world c In a recent issue of the Blade ap peared an article written by Amory C Stevens of New York In whlcii he made reference to the subject of Im proving tho breed of the human fam fly and spoke of sending us clippings on the subject The following which is preceded by a statement from Gar t ° rett P Serviss...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 18 November 1906

i I < i i I A a THE BLUECRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to his death February 7 1000 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance month1iur 1iur All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per A year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accept d will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per month unless by special contract when other and better y ter rates will be quoted upon application The phi Ushers have the right to reject any and all advertise menu offered offeredGENERAL u GENERAL BUSINESS RULES r ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscription w Ahas been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Back numbers or numbers omitted will ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 18 November 1906

r I i I 1 J tion Other professions offer a more inviting field Men have discovered thnt there is something in being free honest nnd independent which are not to be hnd through the ministry Men now realize that with a family to support nnd having spent years in the ministry it is a difficult matter to aban don it and get bread and butter for those depend ent upon them Honest thoughts and convictions are stifled for domestic considerations nnd few have had the courage to fight it out This is why men refuse to enter the ministry and this is why in the absence of men women must step in and try to save a failing religious cult Not only has the pulpit outlived its usefulness not only has the church failed to attract the brightest minds to her support but the entire Christian re ligion is passing into a decadence from which there can be no regeneration s s LITERARY VALUE OF THE BIBLE In an attempt to mark the Bible as holding a po sition of vast and incomparable superiority in the art of l...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 18 November 1906

f1 R i r 1 VOLTAIRE i i MEMORY STILL FBESt I I jIn the Minds of the People at His I Old Home In Geneva Rush for forI Souvenirs From His Cha i teau Interesting Account 1 I OF HIS MANY ak PUBLIC BENEFACTION I BY WILLIAM E CURTIS Voltaire answered every letter he received with great CURTISI which came from children and oung r er people asking foolish question GO of ho is After he was years ago N said to have written 14000 letters o II an infinite variety of subjects Eery I one of them Is worthy of publican I 11t f He was a man of tender synipathic I Fand affection toward those he loved I tbut was vindictive and unscrupulous II nc toward his opponents and could not ltolerate contradiction His ruling pas I a slon was a love of liberty and he fhat d religion because it was intended I t to restrain men just as he hated laws j i and courts i ft He entertained thousands of people t at Ferney His table was always full iThe chateau was a regular stoPPing l place for tourists Everybody was welc...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 November 1906

J I i r I BLIfWGRASSBLADE I IighanflrlrerWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH ij AshlandtS810 e VOLUME XV NUMBER 34 f LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEAR IN ADVANCE CHURCH ACTIVITIES USELES As Purveyors of Mediaeval Mercha dlse They Are In Danger of Losing OutRefuse to Discuss i Moral Problems WHAT THEY HAVE DONE AND LEFT UNDON BY WM H BAItNHART The published proceedings of the numerous church parliaments big and little which have convened this year do not afford much encouragement to one who longs to SCQ the churches evolve from ecclesiastical Into moral 1 Institutions It is obvious to all classes save only the clergy that cor 1 pulsory education of all children duro Ing two generations has In Americ put out the fires of hell and conse quently has put out of serious reckoi Ing salvation from that Imaginary hell The world has been learning by leaps and bounds that nobody is lost 1 and that nobody is In need of salvi I tion The Christian church has...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 November 1906

THE BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to his death February 7 1006 f JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publish f SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per month unless by special contract when other and bet ter rates will be quoted upon application The pub lishers have the right to reject any and all advertis menu offered offeredGENERAL GENERAL BUSINESS RULES < ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscriptio has been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Back numbers or numbers omitted will rtb...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 November 1906

very serious for he was given n parole subject to revocation at the will of the Governor the parole being granted upon the condition that he would not renew his attentions to Sheriff Freemans wife The parson promised and got his liberty It has been of short duration for being caught with the woman she being the mother of three children he has been taken back to prison by the very husband whom he had wronged The reports state that Hinshaw is a handsome fellow possessing a brilliant mind but it is evident that he could not keep his word The husband of the woman caught the pair together in a hotel and being a deliberate man as well as a peace officer he did not act rhshly That is evidenced by the fact that the dominie is still alive Freeman simply complained to the Governor and the Governor cited Hinshaw to appear before him and show cause if any he had why his parole should not be revoked The only response the preacher could make was to the effect that it was simply a move upon the pa...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 November 1906

lOIII WESTERN VIEW ON DR WILSON ROME BOOK Should Be Sent 10 the Ends or the Earth That All Men May Become Par takers of Its Great Truths BY CHANNING SEVERANCE To J B Wilson Friend and Freethinker It is many moons as tho red man i reckons time since the silence between you and me was broken but memory has had a clutch on you that has never been loosened From time to time I have kept in touch with you through the power of the printing press that ever lasting source of delight and utility which records the thoughts of our fellow mortals and enables them to be sent to what the holy scriptures would call the very ends of the earth The spirit few lines be i moves me today to pen a a cause ot having read your bookA Trip to Rome I wish to compliment the author and to place my stampof ap proval upon tho same so to speak f it is a good work well done and reflects credit on a man whose heart and intel + lect are closely united in whatever he docs We all have what is known by phe nology as an o...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 December 1906

a r I I N + i f 4 B T1arlre Jt1EGRAS8 BLADEL I 1111 lc n I and A8IIait rastSep00 1 ast SIde SIdeWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH 4 VOLUME XV NUMBER 35 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 V XMAS I ORIGIN OF FESTIVAL Began Ages Ago With People of An clent India Astronomical Events Fix the Date While Religions Grow Around It PAPEg READ BEFORE PIERCE HIGH SCHOOL BY CHARLES O HAYS This feast which Is of very ancient origin and which under different names but of tne same date has been celebrated by mankind since the dawn of history nay from times preceding the birth of the historical record To the ancient sun worshippers of Northern India a people long since passed from the earth a people of whom scarcely a trace of historical referenco now exists but whp never theless have left a lasting impress upon the civilization of mankind wherever such civilization exists to theso people must bo attributed the e rllest celebration 01 the feast wh...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 December 1906

r T r H II j I frJ < aTHE BLUE GRASS BLADE t Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday 1 < 0 Founded 1B84 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to Ii his death February 7 1UOO 1 < k Jfr JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher J f pSUBSCRIPrION BATES 1l By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance 1t Trial subscription 15 cents per month e All foreign subscription postpaid remittance IAll flew subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per iyear each f J ADVERTISING RATES i ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per mouth unless by special contract when other and bet ter rates will be quoted upon application The pub i lishers have the right to reject any and all advertise meats ottered t s GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at Gfffthe expiration of the term for which the subscript < ou Tft has been paid up in advance Te udl1ren Blip ou the t paper will show subscribers the dale...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 December 1906

I L 1 V V I I C Christ of the gospels ever lived at any period in the I worlds history One of the strongest points against the historical Christ is the fact that in all the writings of P1y there is not the slightest mention of Christ or his followers Plato lived and taught in Alexandria at the time contemporaneous with a portion of the alleged life of the gospel Christ This teacher had spent the whole of his life study in an effort to harmonize the Platonis philosophy with the c teachings of Moses and every authority on that subject was eagerly sought by him Owing to the geographical connection with Judea the people of 11that country were in constant and almost daily in tercourse with the Egyptians Traders and d eelal ers came and went they held converse they tall ecdof over the events and happenings of each country with each other and had Christ lived and taught t at that period as is claimed Plato would have heard t of him and would undoubtedly sought him out for the purpose of ad...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 December 1906

I 1 FORTYSEVEN NUTS FOR CHRISTIANS t TO CRACK A Challenge To Orthodox Believers For Answer Which the Blade Offers To Publish If Forth coming x may The following Interrogatories have been sent to the undo by Ds Marrs a well known Liberalp i Texas If any Christian believer can successfully crack these nuts we have several packages left of a similar µ t character which can be propounded later The questions fortyseven liij number which strike at the very roots of orthodox Christianity ar ° as t follows If any sincere believer can 1answer them and will do so In writ Ing the Blade will cheerfully publish the answersQuestions I Questions For Thinkers + 1 Would endless punishment be for the good of any human being S 2 If God loves his enemies will I lie punish them any more than Is for their good t 3 If God loves his friends If ho loves his enemies also are not all lover mankind objects of his love a 4 If God loves only those who sinner love him what bettor Is he tha whoI 6 As love thlnketh...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 December 1906

i rJ fiJ l1 T 1 Jr f BLUE J GRASS BLADE WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH i VOLUME XVand A T Parker Aahatid asSepOti i LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 9r5o A YEAR IN ADVANCE J tvr ONLY 1 A BIG SCARECROW Is the Alleged Postal Deficit and Used To Deceive the American People and Deprive Them of Their Rights THOROUGH DISCUSSION OF IMPORTANT SUBJECT iBY A D MARBLE Preparations are being made by some postal officials railway and ex press officials 10 give the people ot the United Slates another slap In the face a draft on their purses and a curtailment of their rights and privi leges They seem to think that the people are born and reared for no other purpose taD to benefit the pps tal system the railway and express companies the idea never seems to nave occurred to them tat the postal system was established for the use and beneht of the people to transmit intelligence written and printed mat ter and merchandise and such othci things as the people Sould deci...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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