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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 November 1907

I Lj t c + s 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE WE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH VOLUME XVI NUMBER 22 1 LEXINGTON KY NOV 3 1907 Published Weekly160 per Year in advance H gE parker MOffc As61t 4d I ABOUT THE PARSONS Charges of Heresy Profanity In MeetIng Ing and Untruthfulness are Made Against Some of Our Beloved > Pastors INTERESTING COLLECTION OF DATA IS TABULATED Press Clippings Things tire moving in the Christian world in a manner that is quite cxproH give In Cleveland a Methodist preueiir U charged with heresy for declaring Gen esis to lie myth mid denying the Imnmc ulnte conception and the resurrection From Cincinnati it is reported Unit another Methodist and a minister de clared the Bible not to be infsillibc A Chicago Univpnity1 professor of Anthropology insists that Methuselah lied about his age of old flesh Word also comes from Dayton Ohio that a Pastor of the Reformed Church accused a brother pastor from tIll pill pit with telling a damned lie mid I fortunately for the accu...

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. — 3 November 1907

It > r 1 rf BLUE GRASS BLADE c Founded 1884 and edited by Charlf Chllton Moore up to 1 hU death February f 1906I i Publisher JAMES E HUGHES Editor and SUBSCRIPTION RATES Uv mall posted VJ50 or yenr in idvanus Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at Jloo per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month Ml orelsn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear etc payable HAKE ALL money orders drafts checks I to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Ky us this will facilitate collection ADVERTISING RATES character ac ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever 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 applica > dun The publishers have tho right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at tue expiration of the term for which the suh The scrlptlon has been paid up In advance e i address slip on the paper will show subscribers Back r...

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. — 3 November 1907

IA i l t T I 1 4 1 y + t SHAKESPEARE rr iL j PLAYS WRITTEN BY RALIEUH t Concluded from last week In the manifestations of so complex complexI 1 counts for much It can overcome ob stacles that would be unsunnountablc by education alone We have Shake speares assurance that the poets eye 4 in a fine frenzy rolling can range from f earth to heaven and from heaven to earth and give form and substance habitation and name to things un known But can it give lifelike truth to mundane forms and conditions with ont having actual observance thereof Could the mimic life of the actor even illumined by the trnnsccmlnnt genius confer that the marvelous knowledge of human nature in nil 11 various phas es which is exhibited in the dramas of Shakespeare 7 ShakespeareWilliam William Shakespeare wan neither a ohlicr a seaman n statesman a doc t r tor nor u lawyer he was nn actor and f theatrical manager whose early his tory is obscure and untrnecable for many years Sir Walter Raleigh on the other hand w...

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. — 3 November 1907

I I t D I I u PROOF I II LAWOf HEREDITY It 0 Expounded by Darwin and Supported by Wallace Given Corrobatlon by e Influences on Montana Lad I PRENTRAL CAUSES LAD TO LOSS OF POWERS OF SPEECH t c Out In the heart of Montana prImI itive cattle country there live a bright I I faced laddie of six who Is just now attracting the attention of physicians scientists and philosophers Apparent Ip a perfectly normal child pretty wellbal physically strong mentally anced bubbling over with animal spirits and laughter he Is stricken dumb when he stands In the presence of his father though he can speaK freely to every one else Persuasion bribery and punishment induce him to address alike have failed to dress his father Not that he Is afraid parent not that of his brokenhearted done anything to the father has ever the child which should merit such a Simply that the terrible punishment child stands today in the sight of scientists as the worlds most remark able living proof of Darwins theory e acquired...

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. — 10 November 1907

o A l > I JIjJ 1 GRASS BLADE fllRh id Aiblftarf Ku tiMJ t WE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH rLUME XVI NUMBER 22 LEXINGTON KY NOV 10 1907 Published WeekIy150 per Year in advance LIGIOUS MYSTERIE MYSTERIEARE ARE YET UNSOLVED L I xecT brie on the Life and Character of 1f C Jesus an fw nalogies Co pained in t Other Religious Systems Christ Could Not Save Himsel But His Death Revolutio ized the World < 4C By J H Marvin While the following article contains c expressions of a decidedly religious Ji sentiment It is none the less bold and fLS fearless and it is a sign of progress when a dally newspaper will give such articles prominence in publica 1tlon It originally appeared in the friChattanooga Sunday Times from the columns of which It Is taken f r I approach this subject with pro found reverence and respect No man c has a higher conception of nor great tic 1 er reverence for that glorious and I beautiful personality that walked the fbeautiful f d plains of Judea and stre...

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. — 10 November 1907

I T I tI i 4 JrBLUE GRASS BLADE I J J Founded 1884 and edited by Charle Chilton Moore up to 1 his death February f 1900 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hr mail postpaid 3150 otr ytnr in advance Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month Ml orelgn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear paynblel l to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Ky as tiii < I will facilitate collection i ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per n inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applica l tt tion The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered RULESPF ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the snl scription has been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Back numb...

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. — 10 November 1907

l J I ITH AND LIFE INSURANCE 1 teachers arc of a really practical turn c r I there are exceptions to every rule Jinewlmt practical city of Pittsburg hL S l a living example and the exceptiof the furnace fires of the Smoky City ma y t little influence upon the result There thing in the notion of contagion howevei is may account for it iy event in Pittsburg with plenty ofjpreacli hand and some to spare has just lost one of unber For years this particular preacher dist in persuasion but name not given haJ preaching faith as a sure and certain insur against fire Premiums and rewards was SLI coming in that he gave up the job and startc sell insurance for cash Of course cash wa inanded YTthfaith but in his new role the par den cuts faith out Dfliis figuring and goes sImply on a cash basis Our attention had been directed to a press dis patch which bore a Pittsburg dateline contains i as a choice item of news that n certain Methodist I minister had resigned his pulpit because the job of sav...

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. — 10 November 1907

II I j WHAT USE CAN COD BE TO MAN tTA Natural Forces Must Always be Supreme and Under Like Condl i tlons Must Express Them e selves In Preclesly the I Same Way i By 0 Cohen Prom London Freethinker The belief in Godor gods be lievers are never tired of assuring us in one of the largest facts in human history Large it certainly is al though some object might be urged against Its being awarded a premier place But it is on everpresent fact It meets us in savage and civilized times in all countries and under all conditions The belief in Deity con trols or Influences a large part of human history and in the service of the gods man has stinted nothing of labor or of sacrifice He has cover ed the earth with temples in their honor sacrificed his own flesh and blood to gain their favor devastated nations to protect them from affront Armies of men have been withdrawn from productive labor to serve as their attendants contemporary and future generations saddled with burdens so that the gods mig...

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. — 17 November 1907

t IF I I M i BLuE GRASS BLADE I WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH 1 f VOLUME XVINUMBER 28ma rl p LEXINGTON KY NOV 17 1907 Published Week1Y150 per Year in advanc A Parker SeDt1 Ili h phtlAlhlsnA eu DARING REPLY TO rl THE POPE A CAT C PRIEST I Defends Modernism from the Assaults of the Vatican and Now Believed That His Bold Declarations Will Result In His Expulsion From the Church FATHER TYRREL HURLS DEFIANCE DEI FIANCE AT POPES RE CENT THREATS Truth crushed to earth will rise againSo So wrote the philosopher and that statement is us true tooay as when first pennedIntellectual Intellectual tyranny may triumph for a season but freedom of thought must prevail so long as men may meet and converse Prevent the social contact and thoughtful Inter course and liberty vould perish Blade readers will recall that only a few weeks ago the Pope issued an encyclical which the Blade discussed at the time It was against Modern ism or what might be more ap propriately termed the spirit or e...

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. — 17 November 1907

I r I t 1 i i > I BLUE GRASS BLADE R3g5 < K > w Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Cnllton Moore up to his death February f 1906 r JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher L1tSUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv mall jstjui1 VI 50 O < T ytnr in itlvtuuo Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month All orfilfin subscription postpaid 200 per ycear MAKE ALL money order draft checks etc payable to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Ky as thi + will facilitate collection 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 applica ion The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub scrlptlon has been paid up In advance The the will show s bscrlbers addr...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 November 1907

tI I r ABOLISH THE OATH AS A LEGAL FUNCTION I Changing manners and customs may be used ns an index reliable and true in determining the true status of the human mind as concerns religion its forms and formulas j When a general or wholesale disregard i5 dis covered among the masses for the alleged sanctity of things once deemed too sacred to be questioned or suspected it is n sure sign that human nature has undergone a vast change towards these things the mindvith What was once capable of inspiring mint und dread is now looked upon as being religious awe liiiu lllvuvi io w w i without I ing the most commonplace procedings n meaning or force a mere matter of form and un worthy of consideration From this we maycon elude that when a man or a woman feels that Way about rligion then that religion is not strong enough to command silent respect than in clearly proven than Now here is the fact more our law courts It arises from the statuory oath required of witnesses parties and jurors as ft...

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. — 17 November 1907

r IfF it 4 m k NEW VICTIMS ARE NEEDED By the Confidence Men and Christian I Missionaries or Their Game Is Soon Played Out VIEW OF CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANFRAUDS FRAUDS IN CHINA The London Freethinker publishes the following from the columns of the Dally Press of Hongkong China Being from an authority already on the ground and its information ac quired by actual experience the criti cisms made are justified and the lessons practical It says Confidencetrick men and other persons who prey upon their fellows require a succession of new and in experienced victims else is their occupation gone for a burnt child dreads the fire We do not want for a moment to suggest that there it anything in the missionary Interest It education in China that suggests the confidence trick but we are going tc try to show that it is too much tc say as has been claimed taht tin pioneer work in modernising the edu cational system of China entitles the missionary body to the fullest meed of honor honorWe We say that ...

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. — 1 December 1907

7 t r f t nn I 4t I l d 1EGRASS BLADE t flIJafrker 1 WE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH 1 L 4eh eep U J ffo Published Weekly150 per Year in advnnc VOLUME XVINUMBER30 Th dO LEXINGTON KY DEC i 1907Published GREAT iiua1rT SCIENCCREATION sJt PROF DELAGE HAS ARTIFICALLY i PRODUCED A BEING THAT LIVES AND BREATHES AND WAVES WITHOUT Tin AID OF ANY GOO ONLY DEFECT AT PRESENT IS LACK OF DIGESTIVE ORGANS AND FOOD ASSIMILATION BELIEVED IT CAN BE PERFECTED AND EGG PRODUCTION 0 BROUGHT ON A miracle tlmt the old alchemists never I contemplated in their wildest dream 1ms just been performed by Prof Yve I Dolage He has artifically pndneed I life lifeProf Prof Delago has had photographed one of the senurchins which lie oh tnincd liy nrtiflcinl means nnd lie lui also given a clear account of his exper iments in the origin of the ideas which have germinated into this amazing re suitProf Prof Dclage who is director of the governmentalbiological station nt Rov colT on the coast of Finisterre al...

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. — 1 December 1907

t 1 tt I BLUE GRASS BLADE Fang nded 1SS4 and edited by Cbarle Chllton MoOre iii to his death February t 1986 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Pub1lsber 11 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hv mil jH8tril tl M XT ywr In adr IIK S at 100 Five new subscribers sent with one remittance per year each Trial subscription IB cents per month All rornlKn subscription postpaid 200 per yocar MAKE ALL money order draft chock etc 11301l0 to JAmS E 11U01IKS Lexington leyas thl will facilitate collection ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 p Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applii J tlon The publishers have the right to reject an and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINFSS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the slh scriptlon has been paid up In advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribe the date of expiration of s...

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. — 1 December 1907

1 t sods fAre they not perpetually giving II false I nlll111tnkllI Inkiii from the path of Intinnii lotus Arc notI their dnperi being vayrd by false hopes Ts not the heaven of which they prate u false hope Is I not the advice their preachers give nhnut getting to that heaven also false advice If these inter rogatories can he truthfully answered in the n 111111111 the then provided that jury were heI lievers in other forms of Christians worship did they not condemn their own faith in rendering such a verdict 7 The question we would now ask is can the jury see it in that light f CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS IN THE JAPANESE ARMY lOne of the Blades correspondents has requested information and lacking that instructions as to where the information can he secured concerning the religious beliefs or pretensions as the case may be of officers and men in the Japanese army during its recent conflict with the Czars soldiers The reason given for making such a request is that a certain young preacher had m...

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. — 1 December 1907

r DEATHI t I HAS CLAIMED HIM I Louis Schoenfield has Crossed the Great c Divide Between Life and Death in Eternal Sleep BLADE HAS LOST A 1 FRIEND AND WORKER I The Hindi U deeply grelved to learn of the recent death of Louis Schoen livingi I i nt Ilirniiugliam Alabama in which city s = he has died He was a staunch friend to the Blade He never tired of working in its behalf and his zeal grew with ad lInt ng years It is gratifying to learn I hoxvever that in the moment of death he was the same strong heroic fearless I self us he was in the days of active life and robust health He i + gone hut not I forgotten and yet in time will the world forget for even the amaranthine 1 lowers must fade May the star nfI our beloved dead shine the brighter as the years roll on and his immortality t find substance in the hearts of those I who knew him The following letter 1 and clipping will toll the story lames E Hughes I am sending you herewith a clipping from todays Birmingham Ledger containing an a...

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. — 8 December 1907

c4f 74 2i a 1 ita < tJ 11 t t BLUE GRASS BLADE ParlccrA eHfBh ParlccrWE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH and t1shlatf liaf8eDoa h VOLUME XVI NUMBER 3aa de LEXINGTON KY DEC 8 1907Published Weekly 160 per Year in advnnc WHAT A LOVELY GEM Is it Possible that Solomons Famous Love Song is Filled with Prompt ings of the Holy Ghost TREATISE UPON THE THESONG SONG OF SONGS By J T Lloyd According to the orthodox doctrine the whole Bible is the Word of God specially revealed by himself to the men specially chosen and inspired to writo it Every book in it is equally inspired t quuliy infallible and to spiritually I illumined souls equally edifying Di Horton tells us of a compeltc unbe Iciver who as the result of studying the fifth chapter of Genesis in tho Ho brew language was converted to a bey lief in the truth of revelation To him even that part of the Bilble which gives the traditional length of the lives of the Patriarchs glowed with the full light of the Spirit of God The Now ...

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. — 8 December 1907

II BLUE GRASS BLADE BLADZII Founded 1884 and edited by Cbatle Chilton Moore up to Februarytf bU death February f 1906 II Editor and Publisher JAMES E HUGHES SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mull postpaid jfJ50 > vr star In advance sent with one remittance at 1100 Five subscribers Five new jFive per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month f All foreign subscription postpold 200 per yeear orders drafts checks etc payable HAKE ALL moneyorders thl Kyas f to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington t will facilitate collection ADVERTISING RATES whatsoever character ac of ADVERTISEMENTS ALL will be published at the rate of 100 per cepted Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon appllca tion The publishers have the right to reject an t and all advertisements oBerwI GENERAL BUSINESS RULES to the Blade will be discontinued ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS of the term for which the suh at the expiration advance The In scrlptlon has been paid up subscribers the will show pape...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 December 1907

6 r + w + ae araaealsaeaett i ae r e 1 I r Answering the second proposition the Hindu 1111 sists that there is but one proper course to pur sue niunely bo mentally honest with his congri gation and dare to preach truth Tho article to which we refer is u Christmas con tribution from tho preacher above named to the Delineator for December He it known that the Delineator is published by tho Butierick Company noted for its numerous patterns for ladies dresses etc and the number before us contains copious it luslrated advertisements of the latest fads in ladies lingerie some of which are sandwiched in between the reading matter of the article now tin der discussion The magazine is devoted exclusive ly to women and as women constitute niuctynin per cent of the church congregations it can be seen that this particular preacher had aw eye sin gularly directed to a cold business proposition when he wrote it No doubt he was well paid for the article and was in all probability solicited by the ...

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. — 8 December 1907

p L c u BORNi I IN FEAR OF COD I f Such is the Source of all Superstition fand from it also comes the Notion of Sin FULLY UNDERSTOOD UNDERSTOODSIN SIN IS A CHIMERA London Freethinker The source of all superstition is the fear of having offended God the sense of something within ourselves which we call sin Sin in its popular and there fore most substantial sense means the having done something to satisfy our selves which we knew or might han i known was displeasing God It do pends therefore for its essence on the door having had the power of acting otherwise than he did When there is no such power there i < no sin Xow let us examine this In reflecting upon our own actions we find that they arise fro in the determination of our will as we call the ultimate moral principle of action upon some object When we will we will something not nothing Objects attract or repel the will by the appearance of something in themselves either desirable or undesirable And in every action if analysed ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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