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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 March 1908

Ili idol 11 4 r 1 > BLUEGR SSBLADE 41 Series A APrimary Primary Departmentl DepartmentZOOLOGY v 1 ZOOLOGY FIRST LESSON EXPLANATORY The questions propounded below are designed to serve a double purpose They constitute an outline for an investigation into what will assist the stu dent to obtain the most complete knowledge of the sub ject A full and complete answer to each question may be found in the text book The course is prescribed to benefit the student therefore answers must not be taken verbatim from the text book but should be a mental effort upon the part of the student derived from what has been read If a reference to the text book is necessary for the pur pose of obtaining the correct way to spell a name or even to refresh memory this is permissible but should not be done if it can be avoided If such reference is made do not prepare the answer until the mind has been allowed to reflect upon the question In this way the student will be able to better remember what has been...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 March 1908

r ls i 1p11 W77 Z 7 i 14 BLUE GRASS BLADE j ir iaLSOOO Ow 0 fi 0MM v f r N JJ t 4411Cbe t Che Blades Correspondence r ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS MRS LEM SINGThe Blade appreciates your enthusiasm and feels that it is be stowed in a worthy cause Your offer to swap the Blade for a War Cry was not likely to be accepted by such people peopleMany Many thanks A D STONEMANClipping received It is splendid and it shall be published just as soon as we can find room for it F B BALL SRThanks for renewal and kind words Address changed as di rected We wish you success in your new home homeC k C S GOVB Many thanks for youj let ter of praise and commendation We want all our subscribers to feel that way FRANKLIN H HEALDYour brief let I ter is appreciated and the feeling mani f fested altogether mutual Friendliness and comradeship will win more than Isolation M W MARLBY The Blade is gratified at the distinction of having an evangelist point to it in such a manner Sample copies have been sent Thanks for...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 March 1908

BLUE GRASS BLADE 15 A Valued Contemporary LOS ANGELES CALI have Just re turned from a six weeks trip and find the Blade In a new dress and otherwise Im proved Success to the Blade I am going to give you lots of good words as soon as I getrted again againFRANKLIN FRANKLIN II HEALD Orthodox Recommendation BUCKLIN KANSASA short time ago I inquired of the Christian Evangelist what i were some of the greatest atheistic papers Your paper is referred to me as one of them Will you please send me a copy of your paper as I am desireous of taking two or three atheistic papers Also can you give me the address of the Free thinker I be lieve published in Great Brltinn M W MARLEY Helps All He Can NORTH WATERBORO MAINE In closed you will and names to whom you can send sample copies of the Blade Send me 25 cents worth of the Virgin Mary pam phletsA W TUCKER a Thinks Well of the Blade DRIFTWOOD OKLA Please find money order for 150 to apply to my r subscription to the Blue Grass Blade from r December ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 March 1908

YIFil1t I I d BLUE GRASS BLADE s d i Three of WINWOOD READESJ I Celebrated Works I Martyrdom of Man iNOW IN ITS TWELFTH EDITION This book Is a very Interestingly pictured synopsis of universal history showing what the race has undergoneIt martytdomIn Its rise to Its pres eat plane It shows how war and religion have been oppressive factors in the struggle for liberty da the last chapter of i eofJreslhe pages describe his Intellectual struggle from the anImal peo nod of the earth to the present adding 110 outlln of what the author conceives would tie a religion of reason and love CLOTH 100 t The II a Freethought Outcast Novel of great literary merit It shows the bigotry I Y and SnIxrstition that exists In the Church It portrays a vivid picture f Superstition of a Minister who was honest enough to throw on the shackles of J 0 SuperstitionCloth 75c net postage lOc THE VEIL OF ISIS OR THE fflgstBrlBS of t BDrulaS count of the earliest formation work of Religion and Freemasonry Many of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

a ruB i BLUE GRASS BLADE 9 ii Volume XVI Number 49 LEXINGTON KY MARCH 29 1908 Published Weekly I DEVOTED TO THE PROPAGANDA OF FREEDOM OF rHOUOl wtES I I ItSTEPHgN GIRARD I 1

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

j I t 01 t2l 2 BLUE GRASS BLADE oo STEPHEN GIRARD r 0 Any man may bo a hero when surrounded by the pomp and circumstance of war when the cheers of contending thousands the roar of batteries and the crash of steel breeds murder in the thef t tenement house among the dead at the midnight hour crooning a lullaby to some nameless babe breathing out its little lift upon this bosom and you find a hero who seeing at the end of lifes fitful fever only an everdreamless sleep performed a work wurkK t Stephen Girard founder of the famous college that still bears G his name was born at Bordeaux France In 1750 At a very early in fact at or about fourteen he took age up a seafaring lifo and kIwas made cabin boy One promotion after another came to him t passing through all the various stages of command he was finally l made master of a ship In 1773 Three years later ho settled In f Philadelphia and opened In business in a small storo on Water Street which he made his homo for upwards of sixty year...

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. — 29 March 1908

1LI I O it7 r r a l v < r < r BLUE GRASS BLADE 3 = y y i Treachery in the Hepburn Bin 1Z + + + + AU + TYTTTTTTYYTTYYY By Chaining Severance Freethought an Freespeech are the basis of liberty and on them depends the progress of the world so every attempt to restrict or prevent tneir exercise Is a de triment to humanity Yet there has always been determined opposition to both by two forces In society religion and government The priest and the king before the days of republics had a common object to despoil and subjugate the masses to rule and rob without the slightest regard for human rights or happiness and every gov ernment that centres in one man power remains the same to this day while religion fand religious forces are as hostile to Free i thought and Freespeech as ever All gov ernments no matter how professedly fond f of liberty when formed and established be t F e timid conservative and reactionary later on when It comes to placing power In 1 10 hands of the whole people a...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

n7 fi jlif t t L fJi 4 BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 r + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f f No Visible Sign s 71 NNNNNNNNtiNNNN N N NNNNNNNNNNNNN NN I All Gods are Creatures of Mans Making and Change as Mens Notions Change By John H Schwartz It has been the experience of the human race that the gods change as the race changes Scarcely two persons can be found having the same concept of a god There Is hardly an Intelligent old person who advances In thought that attributes the C same qualities to his god today as he did in his youth Each day has found some modification necessary necessaryI that the gods are creatures of mans own making and are 1either good or bad as the one who makes him Let a man describe his god and he but portrays himself If his is a god of wrath and torture beware of that man ine person who believes In a god at all Invites compassion and he who believes in a god of wrath is Indeed an object of pity Not long since I heard this prayer from a preacher Our Father who a...

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. — 29 March 1908

z5 BLUE GRASS BLADE 5 this we may admit an outlying world into a greater civilization Let us say with all truth that religion will endure and with equal truth that Orthodox Christianity will dieThe The future church will be a religion of Conscience The eternal laws of the uni verse will form the basis for this church Like Luther and Knox nay like Christ himself we must declare war against all kinds of hypocrisy Orthodox religion Is a mockery a libel an Insult to the Intelli Ii gence of this our twentieth century civili it < zation Cannot wo behold the sign of the n times like Belshazzer of old and see a i i lifet t Science Art and Literature is fast gain I Moing ground for Freethought and victory I I Ji seems well nigh won 1 s Fi Could we with rapture thrill w t f The hearts of those we love This earth would be a Paradise p > Instead of that above > NNNNNNNNNNNNN ih t t tf BLUE GRASS BLADE Z < S > 1f tttt Still Cutting the Ground and no Need to 1Change the Name A Few ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

< l M 6 BLUE GRASS BLADE + Current Comment on Public Events Z Z y I NHNHHNNNNNNHNHHNN HHHNNNNNH H N J j TTTTTTTT I M DS AND D OS According to well authenticated reports the city or New York Is to have a church clynlc for the treatment of nervous diseases conducted on a joint plan by doctors of divinity and doctors of medicine and in this tho church would appear to bo riding for a fearful fall I The movement has been Inaugurated upon a small scale but some of the preach ers In the big city and Its tributary terri t tory ore now openly advocating an ex tension thereof With praicher and doc 1 tritf at work upon a given ca3a tho patient t1 will never know If a euro Is wrought how 1 much Is due to medicine and how much to divinity Should both curative agents attempt to operate at the same time there might come n conflict of authority trud Ing to a further Injury of tho patients paUentst pull devil to see which could get there first and afterwards claim all the credit It IB evident tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

v I l BLUE GRASS BLADE 7 A fit rection Members of the colored race do get whiskey in the South oven In prohi bition districts and if the Bishops reason ing is Good for the North it is also good for the South If prohibition is wrong in tno South it is wrong in the North and the same argument holds good the other way Liberal minded men and women have long known that the friends of prohibition as well as its advocates do not as a rule come from either the Episcopal or Roman Catholic churches They come from the more militant sects of Christian profession who seem to take an especial delight in regulating tho affairs of their neighbors but cry stop the moment those neighbors attempt to apply a little regulation of their own The history of prohibition proves its il Impotency its viciousness and undesir ability Leave prohibition to the church j = and It will prove the rock upon which it ywill immolate itself Allow Freethinkers r to continue In the advocacy of temperance and its superiority...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

fh1 S BLUE GRASS BLADE BLUE GRASS BLADE Published weekly at Lexington Ky Founded by Charles Chilton Moore In 1884 and t edited by him until his death February 7 1906 f I t JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher 1268 N Limestone St Lexington Ky P O Box 393 I i SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpald150 per year In advance Five new yearly subscribers at one remit tance ltO each Five lira1ea subscriptions sent In with one r remittance for six months 50 cents each k Trial subscriptions 16 cents per month Foreign subscriptions postpaid 200 per year ADVERTISING RATES I One Inch single column 1 Insertion 50 cents one month or four insertions 100 six months I 500 one year 800 I Quarter column single one insertion 200 one month tOO six months 2000 one year 3000 Half column whole column or larger adver tisements at special rates upon application een bnc have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered Y GENERAL BUSINESS RULES c = ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be r discontinued at th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

is 15 rr r l I I BrkE BLUE GRASS BLADE I I ship in the School You will not be J asked to pay any tuition fee until we J are ready to begin the courses of in J struction This will give you plenty of time to think it over 1 The Blade wants to hear from all its < friends on this important subject It is a big undertaking We must not spell failure We solicit your support i your patronage and your hearty co f operation J iDont hesitate Writd now You J have some idea on the subject Make 1 Jus acquainted with them You must cf believe in its possibilities its utilities Express that belief whatever it may be I If you or unable to join the school yourself you may know of some young man or woman who would be glad to Ejoin it Direct their attention to it Let the know that there is such a zohoo1 Tell them where it may be tf found foundBy a strong united effort wo may i soon acquire a splendid educational F victory over the votaries of orthodoxy 4 I J PAINE AND AKED z7r Some time ago Rev Dr Ake...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

l c y ij S > > i f a Itc < r 10 BLUE GRASS BLADE THE MISSION HAS FAILED The mission of Christ is to reveal the father who is love and fireand to save the world Universalist Herald Then indeed has Christs mission been a miserable failure Not has he failed in offering the slightest revelation of the father but he has not yet suffi ciently revealed himself In spite of this socalled Christians professing Christians will waste words anent missions revelations and the father but the definition given of such a father is enough to make the laws of gravitation reverse themselves Love and Fire The former is a I misnomer in any event and the latter may be accepted as symbolically true for wherever the name of this sup posed father has been carried it has fallen upon the people as an allcon suming fire not with a view to en hancing the feeling of love but to in spire them with fear Crude notions of deity beget a crude system of re ligion Intelligence knows no deity and consequently it ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

ffi 8 C t 1 hjf 4 BLUE GRASS BflillE u t l creed bound This fact remains in spite of clerical pretensions to free dom of thought in either pulpit or pew Just as a croedless church becomes a dead church so when a subscription to and a confession ofthat creed is made a requisite of church member ship thought is no longer independent or free for it is behedged with secta rian limitations and is prohibited from reaching out and beyond that creed All creeds are representatives of theological extravagances and absurd ities These have been injected into every known creed Believers make pretense at accepting them under standingly through the eye of simple faith and the whole of Christendom is yet floundering in the theology of an atoning cross which human reason rejects The very claim that a be liever can be thought free and retain an orthodox standing is but a pre monitory symptom of a1 turn in the tide of intellectual thought Chris tians are compelled to believe in the alleged verities of...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

1 t 7 1 12 BLTEEJGRASS BLADE it c t K yam Scientific and Philosophical Correspondence School tI i One Year 10 in advance Three Years 25 in advance < JAMES E HUGHES Hanager JOHN R CHARLESWORTH instructor LEXINGTON KENTUCKY i Established for the Purpose of tgiving Instruction in a the Fundamental Principles of Science and the Philosophy of Secularism and Freethought by Comparative r F Studies as between them rand Theology and j Orthodox Systems Based on Creed and Formula if I Learn to Free Yourself from Super stitions Chains Refuse to be a Mental Slave and be Able to < rl Give a Reason for the Faith that is in You f f t Schoolwill open about July 1 1908 or as soon as 100 pupils are enrolled r Educate yourself to become a teacher 1 in Liberal ideas ay TRE < HE object of the school is to offer in con > densed form what may be called a compre hensive course of studies in natural Science natural philosophy secular and sacred his tory theology and ecclesiasticism with a view of...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

AIXV g v r ir s BLUE GR SSBL E 13 x J Series A PrimaryDepartment 11 j i i f ZOOLOGY I > < FIRST LESSON EXPLANATORY The questions propounded below are designed to serve a double purpose They constitute an outline for an investigation into what will assist the stu dent to obtain the most complete knowledge of the sub ject A full and complete answer to each question may be found in the text book The course is prescribed to benefit the student therefore answers must not be taken verbatim from the text book but should be a mental effort upon the part of the student derived from what has been read readIf If a reference to the text book is necessary for the pur pose of obtaining the correct way to spell a name or even to refresh iiniemory this is permissible but should not be done if it can be avoided If such reference is made do not prepare the answer until the mind has been allowed j to reflect upon the question In this way the student will be able to better remember what has been ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

J 11 4 v i IT T1 J < i j > ttwJ 1 r 4 < i ir 14 BLUE GRASS BLADE t AA JA tVV rvv 1 ICbe Blades Corns pondenee io1 io uuuuu c 0 rrrrr r Wf t > ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS > E LEWIS Your suggestion to have the Blade copies for one year bound Is excel J lent and we had that In view when we ii changed the form If we can work It we = shall bind up a umber at the cud of ho 1 r year fur those who may desire then riE W SHIRLEYNo better work could f be done or of greater value to the cause 1 tthan your work of distributing Freethought literature That Is the way to get next to f the people Hope you will come out ot your t < legal tight O K Thanks rW F BOZEMANThe advertisement 4 has gone In the last Issue Now tell us F how you like the looks of It Freethinkers r desiring those particular seeds are so f licited to order them from you Thanks IA SILAS ROCKWELLThanks for manu < i script Will UfO It as Indicated In per ° sonal letter sent L H BROADWELL Your position In regard to ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

MR > I BLUE GRASS BLADE 15 ington Hope to visit your city again someday W T BOZEMAN Sundays Vanity Exposed HUSTONVILLB KYBy same mall I start you paper containing samples of Mr Sundays matter and manner which are stirring credulous to unprecedented affinls I cence Ho Is furious and often ferocious Voice pitched to highest key beecauso of large auditorium Observe demagogic as sumptions and pleadings Sermon on John V 40 Nothing on VI 44 Condemns confucius for advising a In that good may result No reference to his prototypes ut terance In Romans 37 Heard him waiver thief repentance on cross as his first chance eagerly accepted Dismissed with out further comment The clergy In my row and behind me I was given a preach ers reserved seat placed to receive full benefit of showers from the saint in sanct uary got a new dodge In Billys version and chuckled audibly in admiration and ap proval Thats good thats good This Is closing week of Crusade 5thCombined concentrated work to excell all p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 March 1908

A BLUEf GRASS BLADE i Three of WINWOOD READES Celebrated Works Martyrdom of Man NOW IN ITS TWELFTH EDITION This book Is a very Interestingly pictured synopsis of universal history showing what the rata has undergoneItA martytdomIn Its rise to its pres ent lane It shows hOW war and religion have been oppressive factors In tie struggle for liberty and the last chapter of some 160 fit J ro 1 U pages describes his Intellectual struggle from the animal ye nod of the earth to the present adding an outline of what the author conceives would Je a religion of reason and love CLOTH 100 The Outcast la a Freethought Novel of great literary merit It show the bigotry and SriIe1stitfon that exist In the Church It portray a vivid picture = of a Minister who was honest enough to throw on the hacKles of Superstition 75c nets postage lOc a THE VEIL OF ISIS l 1 THE fflgStBliBS of tnfDmlaS This Interesting work gives R very clear and accurate ac = count of the earliest formation of Religion and Freemaso...

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