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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 June 1907

l I i BLUE GRASS BLADEl a or lIgl1 rnrlcer a lid AsbinsrdastSe OP WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTHi dr + t VOLUME XVI NUMRER 8 LEXINGTON KY JUNE 9 1907PUBLISHED WEEKLY lijo A TEAK IN ADVANCE t THE TRUTH GOMES FROM ABROAD j t Sanctified Hypocrites Meet With Failure in England and Big Audiences Nothing but Empty Seats < By C Cohen f Torroy and Alexander nitre been In i England I EnglandIt It was natural that their effort r should meet with success as n toa c dying press will tostlCyr The truth Is after all that the < trip was a failure as will ho under i stood by the following from the pen t of C Cohen In the London Free t thinker Ho cays r Not very long ago the religious t of the C press was filled with accounts o numerous accessions that were dnlly t being made to tho Christian ranks At 1 that time tho TorroyAlexnnder Mis c sion was In full swing and it had I been preceded by tho Welsh revival under Evan Roberts as that had been I preceded by tho United Free Church...

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. — 9 June 1907

BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lerington Kentucky Every SunJay Founded 1RR4 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up tlI his death February 7 1906 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv mail lostpiid J5C orr Scar In idvumo Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year eacb Trial subscription 16 cents per month All ornlcn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applies lion The publishers have the right to reject and and all advertisements offfirml GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the suh scrlptlon has been paid up In advance The MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks etc payable to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Ky as thin will facilitate collection SHOULD ANY SUBSCRIBER cha ell his or...

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. — 9 June 1907

i I of his jurisdiction by causing a whale to swallow on him and niter all the centuries of Christian teach vo ing anent the circumstances it is to be put up to ss nn American court to determine what element of 11 truth there is in the story be When passing upon the issues in controversy on the Court might also determine judicially wheth er Jonah swallowed the whale the whale swallow Ie ed Jonnh or whether the Christian church member tS ship has ignorantly swallowed both is The facts in the case are that the Jonah and whale as fake is to be used to enable a preacher n dear no brother in the Lord who is known by the name of c Rev Dr Gustav A Hoffman of St Louis 111to dodge payment of a note for 5000 which he n had given as a donation to the Bible College of Jst Missouri The note is due an un paid The preach er wants it to remain unpaid in fact he refuses thto pay it The College hUd brought suit on the ndnote before Judge Mcllhenuy of the Circuit Court IfiSof St Louis and the prfcache...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 June 1907

IIs RAPID GROWTH OF j OF BALHAi FAITH Although Coming in the Guise of a New Religion its Principles are Superior to those 4 Y of Christianity By Maude IncobsI d Tho following article which Is ox 4 tremely interesting first appeared In Tomorrow Magazine The oxpcrlon cos given while showing how a re r ligion can start up and grow also demonstrates that the world is ready for a change a Since science has taught us to regard religions as natural evolu lions rather than as divine revela lions and has shown us that belief e we are prepared to understand that t lrlIgluns are bom of human exper iences and we look to them not so t much as factors in the development of morals an indications of the ad vancement in intellectual and spir itual growth already attained by the people of the ago In which they nourish This Ingersoll briefly and aptly ox pressed In his familiar declaration An honest God Is the noblest work of man manSince Since also wo know the mind can grasp no truth which the lire h...

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. — 16 June 1907

1 l BLUE GRASS BLADE 0 WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH r Vohune XVI Number 9 LEXINGTON KY JUNE 1C 1907 PUBLISHED WEEKLY trso A YEA R IN ADVANCE sslos rte A T Patker Fast 9lde Aslalant ° BLICHTKu INFLUENCE OF RELIGION Ordinary Things Accepted as a Matter of Course and Extraordinary Ones Fxcite Fear Rather thanCuriosityI By C Cohcn Prom London Freethinker ThousnndB of generations hiivo passed since numb first arrived at any definite conclusions concerning na t tnreund the causes of natural phono mcna At the beginning these conclus ions were few nnd of necessity fail ty in nil probability too these slut Pie conclusions wore not reached by an elaborate process of reasoning but rather in the samo semiconscious or unconscious manner in which oval modern man registers the bulk of his dally experiences For the phil osophy that represents primitive man eagerly speculating on natural prob lems is quite false Savages are not curious people Like iinlnttllectual people everywhere or...

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. — 16 June 1907

f BLUE GRASS BLADE b c Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday r Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chllton Moore up to l his death February 7 1906 11 t JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher Ii SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid J50 wr year in advance I remittance at 100 Five new subscribers sent with one per year each r Trial subscription 15 cents per month All orelgn subscription postpaid 200 per yecarI ADVERTISING RATES h ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per 1 inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon appllct tlon The publishers have the right to reject anyl and all advertisements oftarod e GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued t1 at the expiration of the term for which the sub scription has been paid up in advance The MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks etc payable foi to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Kyl this h will facilitate collectionI ...

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. — 16 June 1907

superiors of man Miss Cousins to the contrary notwithstanding It may he true that when a wonisin falls she falls lower than man could pos sibly fall hut she has a greater distance to cover in the desecMision The majority of women are able to keep man in the paths of honesty and morality and when she fails in this trust she has lost her power to charm to attract Unhappy be i comes the woman when this influence leaves her No No Miss Cousins you are wrong You must come up with somw new stuff It is not because women are wiser than men that they will some day have the elective franchise nor is it that men are wiser than women that men have the franchise I now and women dont It is simply justice simple equality simple hon esty For our part we should far sooner trust I our legal and constitutional rights in a Mrs Joseph ine K Henry than to all the preachers in the country and Mrs Henry in only a little mite of a woman as against 1111 army or men Men are not better than women Men arc mostly...

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. — 16 June 1907

TTLETTER LETTER LETTERNOW IS NOW EXPLAINED Brother Snow Tells of His Joke And How he Sent It For Publication Sam Small In Iowa InDISSCUSSION CHRISTIAN RELIGION By A A Snow I was obliged to you for tho compli 1 ment bestowed upon mo by the pub 0ilcallon of my article Hear the Other otSide ril of Levity Texas stating that you had published his letter to U G Wilkinson and states I wrote him as I did not know whether he took tlio Blade and I thought he ought to know It in order to prepare for a slander suit He wrote back In a hurry didnt seem to take it as a Joke but acted as If he bewas said he had not Intended to have It 1 published and acted as if ho thoughfo it was Wllknson that had published It I dont know whether ho will feel grieved after he learns the facts or not It turns out something like ilkh one of Robt Ingersolls jokes A sold for In the army came to him and J said that he had dlarhea very bad and waited to know what he should do for It Ingersoll said Eat all the green corn...

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. — 23 June 1907

f I II 4 rt 1 I e 1 Ir If t BLUE GRASS BLADE r 4 li 1Ps AIM 10 CUT DOWN ERROR Aw rsJ tnT r3II TRUTH Ii i x Volume XVll lsh Park JUNE 23 1907 LEXINGTON KY 4 ghlaLEXINGTON Published Weekly150 per Year in advance r LEARN W 9 LIVE f Philosophic View of Human Existence and its Co Ordinations No God Would Condemn Man for Using His Reason > l BIBLE MAY HAVE BEEN HONESTLY WRITTEN I NOT IN HONEST HANDS NOW By A D Powers < For nearly two thousand yen rymono thousands of preachers have been trying to teach us how to die and I how to prepare to live In another world It seems strange that so few aro studying and teaching us how to s live In this world What do wo know about another j world anyway What can the wlsstI tell us positively about another world I do not believe there Is any other world than this for us I have jusi as much right to my belief as the I most learned theologian cps to hisI If there should be another world I have lost nothing by trying to live I tho best I can In this w...

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. — 23 June 1907

f J I I BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chllton Mooro up to his death February 7 1900 k = JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid VJ50 oir year in adnuitc Five now subscribers sent with one remittance at JlOO per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per yeear ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applifl tlon The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered rGENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the s un h scription has been paid up in advance The MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks etc paynw to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington icyits thiM will facilitate collection SHOULD ANY SUBSCRIB...

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. — 23 June 1907

4 + I BRYAN AND ANDTHE THE CHINESE Democratic Leader Failed When He Sought to Make IDemocratic to a Chinamans Criticism of I the Christian Faith and Doctrine IDy by G W roolo Many realtors of the Blndo will re member the letters of a Chinese off I clal that went the rounds of the press In serial form some months ago They will also remember how severely the Christian religion was handled and that W JBryan sought to make an swer thereto In the columns of the Commoner By far the best answers yet made to Bryans arguments came from the pen of 0 W Foote editor j of the London Freethinker who dis cussing the subject said China Is the least military nation In the world Jesus Christ taught the impossible doctrine of love your en emies and the Christian nations are pastmasters in the art of war Confucius taught the possible doctrine of loving ones friends and giving justice to oneo enemies and China looks down upon fighting as a barbar ous pastime It was natural there fore that the supposed C...

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. — 23 June 1907

I J C I i I r J t 1 LUTHERAN REFORMATION Continued from first page orence of opinion Craumcr taught that heretics were first to be excom uuulcated If that made no Impression on them they were to suffer death It satisfies one sense of the fitness of things that Cranmer himself perished l at the stake Beacon taugnt that the I duty of magistrates with regard U heretics was to punish themea and also to take them out of this life This same Deacon called upon the temporal rulers to be no longer the popes hangmen He refered their being the hangmen of Protestantism Latimer himself said of the Auabaii lists who were executed Well let them go Bishop Jewel the great apologist of the Protestant Church o r England in answering Harding tin Jesuit replies In this way to the charge of being of the brotherhood of Servetus David George and Joan m of Kent We detected their heresies I and not you We arralnged them wi i condemned them Wo put them to the execution of the laws It seemetl very much to call...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 30 June 1907

flff f r I f itvj 1 t > II3LIJE GRASS t BLADE i A 1 ParkerWE AIM TO GUT DOWN ERROR AND + ESTABLISH TRUTIIf Parker Nfgh ana Aahlaett EiOtM3LEXINGTON 190f Published k160 per Year in advance 1 di Volume XVI Number 11 6et LEXINGTON KY JUNE 30 ut j t TRUTH CANNOT DO INJURY Great Teaching of Spinoza Retold with Splendid EffectParallels of Christianity in Older Creeds AN EXTRACT FROM FROMWILSONS WILSONS ROME BOOK fly 1 0 Brown Wo hold with Sphwra that the truth I cannot injure anyone if it is the truth Head the following collection and then express your honest opinion concerning the alleged divine origin of the Christian religionIn In his latest book A trip to Homo tho author Dr J U Wilon says The British Museum is the greatest uhico ofall I spent tho whole day there and would have liked to remain a month and I would write n book in that time for Freethought use Hero is the greatest collection of the relics of antiquity in nil the world I will only Jspeak of Tho Creation Tablets and oth...

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. — 30 June 1907

1 I r r 9ItW j r 1A f W 1 T I t > I f i 1 S H I tiUf1L < Ti = E BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chllton Moore up to uphla hla death February 7 1906 JAMES E HUGHES EJltor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpaid 150 OIT year in advance Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month All orelgn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon appllci tlon The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinue at the expiration of the term for which the sul crlption has been paid up in advance The MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks etc jwynb r cto JAMES E HUGHES Lexington ...

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. — 30 June 1907

I 4rt 1 L k w = < 14 = LA i t Ii I J over Orchards alleged conversion and for very obvious reasons Failing to find argument from a I religious point of view of Orchards right to be I come converted and his right to all the clemencies and evasion of responsibilities therefor the Banner while saying nothing as to how Orchard should stand in the eyes of the law gives the following r i as its view of the religious aspect of the case Accepting the sincerity of Harry Orchard in his confession as with our present light we feel bound to do he presents another marvelous in stance of the forgiving power and transforming grace of our Lord Jesus Christ That he is drip ping with blood and covered with infamy does not in the east shut him out as a penitent from the I throne of mercy Skeptical men of the world may I sneer at this and say it turns our religion into an absurdity but we know it is the glory of the Gospel of Christ that he can cleanse the vilest sinner and the wickencst criminal in...

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. — 30 June 1907

r t L f II ir l L i THINKS SOUL HAS WEIGHT Continued from first page ter death the platform opposite the one In which lay the subject of the test fell suddenly Dr Macdougall says The figures on the dial index Indicated the diminishment in weight Dr Macdougall told of tho results of his experiments as follows Four other physicians under my directions made tho first test upon a patient dying with tuberculosis I This man was one off tho ordinary typo of the usual American tempera ment neither particularly high strung nor of marked phlegmatic disposi tions We placed him a few hours preceding death upon a scale plat form which 1 had constructed and which was accurately balanced Four hours later with live doctors in attend ance ho died The instant life ceased tho opposlf scale pan fell with a suddenness that was astonishingas it something had been suddenly lifted from the body Immediately all the usual deductions were made for physical loss of weight and it was discovered that there was s...

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. — 7 July 1907

u JI I r7tiP 4 11rt y t J 71 BLUE GRASS BLADE r A 7 IIlgbI1rker WE AIM TO GUT DOWN ERROR AND ElVABLlSII TRUTH 86fWE n Volume XVlNumber Ifallt 8dLEXINGTON KY JULY 7 1907 Published Weekly 150 per Year in advance + LIKE A SACK OF SALT When Put Into a Running Stream the Salt Will Wash Away and Only the Sack remains HAPPY CONSIMILAR GIVEN FOR CHRISTIANITY By G W Foote Discussing the Issue of a Dying t Creed its applied to modern Chris tianity in the columns of the London Freethinker the writer says Christianity has long been a sack of salt In a stream of water Grad ually the salt Is washed out but the sack itself remains and the name i Christianity is still legible on its outside A hundred years ago Thomas Paine was still living although ho was nearing his end having but three years to live He was the hated arthor of the infamous Ago if Reason a book which the British authorities tried to suppress and for publishing which dozens of men and women were condemned to long terms of Imprison m...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 July 1907

7 i = r i r BLUE GRASS BLADE I Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday iounded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up t his death February 7 1906 r JAMES E HUGHES EJitor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES i By mail postpaid VJ50 otr year in idvuutd tr Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 + vf per year each tvigtTrial subscription 15 cents per month i All orelKn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear a ADVERTISING RATES j I J ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac r ti i cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per i Inch per month unless by special contract when I > other and better rates will be quoted upon applica tion The publishers have the right to reject any f Iand all advertisements offered I l RULESi5 i i i5 ± ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued i i at the expiration of the term for which the su t 1 s scription has been paid up In advance ine MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks etc l y nb1e r > t to JAMES E HUGHES Lexingto...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 July 1907

rt I BRAVE MEN THESE PRIESTS Dared to Send a Letter of Protest To the Vatican If They Did Not Sign Their Names EXTRACTS FROM LETTER THAT DREW POPES IRE By Henrlck Prall With unusual interest I read an crltorlal in the Blade of recent Is i sue commenting upon the open Letter ter addressed to the Pope of Home 1 by a number of the Catholic clergy In Italy This was a bold step for them to take It Is observed how fever that while it Is assumed that five members of the clergy drew up and sent the famous document to the I Vatican they could not find courage 3 enough to subscribe their names to r it and simply left blank lines to In dicate the number Joining In the mis 4slve 4 siveOnly Only a few fragments of that let ter have yet been given to the Ares S for publication but from what has been published It is certain that the I letter was a strong one calculated to Y work the Pope into a religious ire n I zy In this It was successful for nIt r brought forth a scornful reply a bit I ter cast...

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. — 7 July 1907

r sa tI < DONT FAIL TO ITE Continued from first luge mine guilt by personally crt ted and ox post facto standards No one with any decent conception of what Is meant by law and llbert or the constitutional guarantees of lue pro cess of law can possibly endorse our present statutes upon udorseI then write ject If you do not agree me why not Assuming now that thus far w 0 are In accord because you bellevve criminal laws should so plainly de scribe what Is prohibited that au ordinary man may know Just what he must not do or that for any other reason you believe our present law s upon the subject of obscene litera ture need changing and suppose that it devolved upon you to prepare a new statute which in general terms rs would accurately describe such liter ature as you think should bo penal ized because of its obscenity and whose descriptive test is to be so certaain as to make it absolutely f Impossible to include anything else I except what you condemn then how would you describe th...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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