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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 December 1899

V . BLUE BLAME THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY; TO DO GOOD IS MY RELIGION TOM PAINE. , DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS. EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS. . ' ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY; 11.00 A YEAR IN ADYANCS , - i VOL. VIII. NO. 44 LEXINGTON, KY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 10. E. M. 299. $1.00 A YEAR f ! LEXINGTON. KY. TERMS OF THE BLADE. 1 Issue for one rear $1.00. B .. $2.50 10 ' ' " " J MOO. 20 M " " 1 17 00. 50 " " $15.00. 100 " " " " 125.00. Address all Communications to BLUEGRASS BLADE, Lexiigton, Ky. Published WiiklV at $1.00 per year in advance. Office of publication: fPrlntery Bldg., Lexington, Jty Entered at the Post Office at Lexing ton, Ky., as Sebond Class Mall. Club rates are 50 cents each for five or more names. Ssnd in now. Mow to Oct tbe Blade for 25 Cents A Year. The Bladi will be sent for a year Co any 100 addresses in United States, for $25.00. Club Rates sad Sample Copies. The Bladi will be sent for 50 Cts. A tiar iach, for any order for mi ...

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 December 1899

BLUE GRASS BLADE. wonder that Liberalism does not grow more rapidly? Christians, tt you want to play fair why don't you have yourchil Jren to read equal amounts on both Idea of the question of religion? Why do you itir up strife beo jjse we point out your wrongs, rjial laws and Inlustlce? Christians ask us "How could the Christian religion have grown so, If it N false?" Because, when it was started, the people were very Ignorant compared with what they are now, and the more ignorant a people are the more rapidly a superstition will grow among them. If other religions, which you say are false, have grown so, Is that not evidence that the Christian could have grown and be fnlaA nlnn? ChrlRtian nations are estimated to number 485,000,000 including Lib ra.l. non-Church members, Prot estants and Catholics. The Buddhist religion Is estimated to be 600,000 OOO atrnnir. The population of the whole earth Is 1,660,000,000. The death rate per day Is 97,000 and the birth rate per day Is 100,000...

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 December 1899

BLUE GRASS BLADE. MISSIONARIES IN JAPAN ALARMED. Japanese Students at Yale Bring Back Broader Theology. Japanese Keen and Relent less Thinkers. New Haven, Not. 20 There are eighteen Japaese students at Yale. Most of the Japanese students at Yale are taking postgraduate courses and It is noticeable that they are to be found in many fields of study. The love of the Oriental mind for the perplexities of meta physics gives the greatest number of men to the pursuit of philosophy. Without exception they are wide readers and kee- and relentless thinkers; they are the aptest of stu dents and their veracity and delight ful sense of bumor make them warm hearted and sympathetic company. They are all-around scholars; even , the Japanese who spend most of their time in the psychological lab oratory investigating the properties of accostlo space and the rhythm of bodily movement find both, time and the inclination to attend the lectures on New Testament literature deliv 1 ered by Prof. Porter in ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 December 1899

4 BLUE GRASS BLADE. fWrtMen Mr th Ri.nt Okam BlAds.1 THE ARCH GRIME OF CHRISTENDOM Br Mrs. Josirmm K. IIinrt. "TbT desire shall be to thy hu lnd and he shall rule over thee" Holy Bible. "Let the woman learn In bilence with all subjection." Holy Bible, "Woman what have I to do with , thee?" Jesuf. "Touch me not." Jesus W Mary Magdalene. "All the wisdom of Vedas, and all that has been written in books, Is to be found concealed in the heart of woman." Vedas. "When women are honored the divinities are content." Par see Bi tole." I have a few ideas to express on the greatest crime of the ages, name ly win murdir. These Ideas may not accord with those of others, but they are honest, and why should we fear to express honest, thoughts The world today is a battle field be cause humanity fears to expresses honest thoughts, and because wo men and men are bond slaves to laws and customs established b dead fenerations, and conventional tties enforced by the living, in order to retain power over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1900

1 ti J X J t fi 1ci 1k BLUE GRAl BLADE + f THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD IS MAY RELIGION TOM PAINE DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM Dd UNTO YOUCONFUOIUS 1 EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN TtlK INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS I t PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL IX NO 1 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11 E M 300 X100 A YEAR I I q LEXINGTON KY I TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 6u I 250 1 10II I I CI 400 90II I I II 700 50 11 CI I U 11500 11 I I 2500 l00 2500 f Address all Communications to 1BLUE GRASS BLADE > Lexington Ky 1 Published WEEKLY at 100 per t perwear f LiA4tC 1 p tliln PJlnfJ 2 t4n y fLiA4tC Entered at the Post Office at Lexing i ton Ky as Second Class Mail 1w Club rates are 50 cents each for a five or more names Send in now How ta Gettbe Blade far 28 Cents I A Year The BLADE will be sent for a year yeart Unitedj 1Chdl pates sal Sample Ceplw The BLACK will be sent for 50 CTS A nAB TACK for any order for rIVE OK MORI Sample copies will be sent tree AGENTS FOR T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1900

i 1 I BLUE GRASS BLADESr 1 4 A WOMAN S WDMANSSPICY SPICY REVIEW What the Tattler of the Louis vllleTlmes say of Charles 0 Moores new book Behind the Bars 31498 Loulivllle Time It seems strange that a Prohibi tionist like Editor Moore of Lex ington should begin his now labors Behind the Bars at least this is the title of his new book which ho wrote when like many other writers sentenced to the pen It pur ports to be a history of his life but Is a sort of Kentucky burgoo of facts and fancies as they appeared to the author The special feature of the work which lends It Interest to the reader of the day is the reference to many prominent men and women of the state many of whom are alive and some of whom will also be kick ing wbethey stumble on various disclosures There is one stately and dec rous woman of my acquain tance JCditor Moore mentions as a dear And valuet friend from his I OTth up He narrates a story of heir visiting Mammoth Cave with a party and while going through the cave t...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1900

it I I i i SLUE GItA SS SLADEIf r 1 Written for the BLUR bius BLADRI GODS BEEN CIVILIZED nI nv i WARNER When I compare the proaehor a k With what the Scriptures say And I perceive the churches creeds Improving day by day How superstitions dying out Thats why I make the claim That either Gods been civilized Or else Hes not the same He used to be a partial God And full of angry ways He used to be the rascals friend Thats what the Bible says But now for every crime and wrong The devil gets the blame Which proves that Gods been civ ilized Or else hes not the same He used to get So fearful mad At what his children did Hed curse and kill to scirt the folks To do as they were bid But now the preachers say Ho s goodt t rn payment oC their claim So surely Gods been civilized Or elge Hes not the same Ho used to sit on heavens vault His feet upon the worli rhos s smoke Up in his nostrils curled But now his agents take the cash Thats why I would proclaim a That God was either civilized Or else ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1900

04ilj fl j = L1Y Q Paines Complete Works THE STUD HSTS ILLUSTRATED EDITION COXNUIINd Flints Kellglonl and Theological WorbI vol Paine Poetical and Xlieellaneons Af orkiti vol Palnes Political Works complete fn t vols Pslnes Ute By the editor of The National and by Thomas Clio Rickman with Lord Ers kines speech in behalf of Paine Court of Kings Bench London Eng Dee 18 1791 i vot In This beautiful edition XSt oo w Farming together Ftve RndSonie Cewn ave volumes tn a box Boand t1l brown silk cloth gilt top gold tlUeL UluatRtdan4 old at PSOO for he toUr ea A U well known Palnea political and nllgioul wrlUnp exerted AD tmmease Inllaenoe tn America Enllaad sudernnee darln I his lire and since hll deata hs bene1leeatnllaeaee bill tncr and estende throughont the elY1l1zed world A copy of this Uln tRied edition of hll work wblcb for eleganoe aecuract and eompleteDeaa 1a not eccelled Ifequsiled by edition sold as treble he price ahoald be In he libraI of enq patrlosof even lover of Truth JusU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 June 1900

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 June 1900

r j J l 1A f 11 i BLUE GRASS IUDL ALL RELIGIONS f IRRATIONAL IRRATIONALocro NY OTTO WKTTSTKIN run IHINHM JRWBIRKJ Whatovor is relltlon is not ration al whatever Is rational Is not rail lion Religion In Its oorrect Interpre tation lupllos mans relation to a supernatural bolni tho belief in u God or God worship and faith that prayers are hoarO and answered belief In mans Immortality etc Whatever pertains to atcr o science the known economics tao present life to facts othlos morals and human conduct is natural nov e r supernatural Tho religions of tho world dna with tho unknowable What wo know can know infer deduce and demonstrate is novor religious When we discard religious ideas notions and superstitions It becomes our paramount dutyIn the interest of truth and luoid thou htt dis card religious torms also There Is there can be no religion of sglnnca religion of humanity religion of good works or of right conduct AU tbese can bt oorrcotly specified as science hu I manltarlanfsm philan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 June 1900

w m + l To n 0 jm < r > 11 0 r J7t p t I V J I J f d ll 1 I I IL I J 4 I f rw RUE GRASS ILADEt FREEDOM OF izcd THE PRESS man at Not a Bravo of the murdered for will fruodom but grows seed for freedom ou Walt Whitman w 1Vhilmanttttt tIIC un unIr thought then Intellectual tyranny might succeed Ingomoll tyruenyI wore ttttt Guard with jealous attention tbo WI iubllo liberty Suspect uery one Inl who approaches that Jowol Putrlolt J henry J nl tttft tam that When Anthony Comstock says la has would kill Ary man who should darbal uJ to offer a certain book or picture touJ 10M a daughter of hit ho probably for gets that Christian mlViunarlos aro all constantly offering to the roI the of Free thin kern dooumnhts that ar lthe quite us objectionable to the ration hair tballstlo 1tlctufeatbatso qxoUa hla own wrath nnd pain Jlut no atlonnlist Mute of dohla dial violpnco to the Ohrintlan proimgun 1 propagandfsL II r b orIels so long at truth Is tree to soar combat ILIII III t t t 1 t Tho bus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 June 1900

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 5 May 1901

r It I iL f j r TT J ic t I 1iJ j ii r r I J II J 1 > 4 4 f 4 i i 1 1FiN4 J I t BL UJ n U + GRASS BLADE PIer DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVijTHEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUSR 0 J 20so iTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE L v 00 ff 11I1 fl tAJi HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST ORK OF MAN INQERSOLL 41 EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTERISTOF GOOD MORALSI c I MORALSi 1PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADV ANCc r I IVQLXNO12 or LEXINGTON KY SUND Y MAY 5 E M 301X100 A YEAR s r Il iis OF THE BLADE I 1 Issue for one year 100 5u u II + t 260 TKKM8Jt00 per year In advance inclubsof five 60 cent foreign sub Borlption f 160 MAKI AM MONEY oRonnu drafts and Express orders payable to the BLv B GRASH BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinued without pa 1ng all arrears THAT DATE on printed address tab IB the time of expiration of your sab Bcrlptloo WHEN you obango your address advise this office giving old as well as new address addrossj send your subscription say fBpHher OPPJQB o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 5 May 1901

I L pFor the Blue Grass Blade I i HOW WE CAME To Have the New Testament Scriptures I By Dr C W Stowe Salinnl Kansas JThousantls of Bible readers belle eoC That the comparatively modern pro duclion known as the New Testament 1V without doubt the revealed word of God and that It Is therefore perfect ly reliable and thai by believing Us J teachings they will be saved from the devil devilThey believe its precious promises of future place of torment and olh qrithjngs equally debasing Many i Christians are disposed to believe lhal reasonable doubts exist as to the a u I thentlolly and genuineness of the alit Ircstament but that the evidence oC I t e New Testament Is unimpeachable a Let us examine some of the proof of r 6 > tho Now Testament thai is general ly rolled upon Tho books comprising the New Testament were written a l 1 long limb after ChrIst is said to have j lived and were written by priests and I WHNJ8tev inoLJjy persons whose flames they V T i rJ Tiw tlcrele o fjie most Lth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 5 May 1901

1 µ r y q r I4 P + p rw J p c BLUE GRASS BLADE 3 THE PRESIDENJ Of the American Secular Union and Freethought Federation Appeal to Liberals to Join the Society and Urges the Necessity of a Strong Party Organization Believing that the Interests of tbe American Secular Union and F F wltl be enhanced by a closer relatlonshli ot Its members and officers I will from time to time report through the Liberal press Its financial status growth and tho conditions which al feet It I believe the time Is opportune when a clear statement of tho condition or the organization should foe made nnl1 thatk certain delusions pertaining to It should be dispelled Every member should be Informed at Intervals of the standing character and work of the organization Otherwise Interest lings brotherhood dies and progress I ceases Tho olllclals ol this organization themselves can do but little The mustjbo backed by membershlp fan mtinrfy They must have thq qpopera tlon and advice of Oier members rhe members should...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 5 May 1901

o iN M ru I dr 3tc n > f < c e q 11 4BLDT HRASS BLADE t AN INFIDELS REPLY From Buffalo Review Editor Buffalo Review Rome has spoken the case is ond ed edFor For centuries the people dared not dispute this maxim Then the Infidel Luther threw off the yoke which In fallibility had imposed and today we seem to have moved forward a pace and the scepter is given over to Proto estantlsm In this particular case Dr C E Locke has spoken and Infidell has received a scourging worthy n more deserving cause Tho question of the Sunday opening of the Pan American Exposition has been declared in the affirmative and placed beyond argument but if I may be granted space I wish to correct a few of the misstatements made by Dr Locke In the Review of February 25 in which ho attacks Infidelity and cVl dently expects assertion to do dutyf r argument his denunciation of Ideas which disagree with his conception of belief and disbelief would cause Sixth IX of the Inquisition to exclaim Well done good and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 June 1901

f J 1J Y 1 44 1 I BLUE GRASS BLADE4 Barter k1 j 0sop oi1DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS PAINEIIS COUNTRY I fclV lliainTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MAN INGERSOLL r tDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST 011 GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE r 2X NO 16 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JUNE 2 E M 301 X100 A YEAR < TERMS OF THE BLADE ITERMS 1 issue for ono year 100 tsII II 25n T HMHl00 par year In advance in clubs of Ova 50 cent foreign sub 1T scription 150 MAKE AM MONEY OHPKRH drafts and Express orders payable to the HIUE GRASS BLADH Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinued Wfor raflareontlnuod without paying all arrears THAT DATE on printed address tab Is the time of expiration of your sub scription WHEN you change your address advise this olnce giving old aa well as now address WREN yon send your subscription lay whether you are a auw or old BUD sayjwhetber jwhetber publication 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 June 1901

t tt J i y r T f j e BLUE GRASS BLADE I io 1 GONE BACK From Infidelity to Christ anity Editor of the Blade I have withdrawn from tho Secu lar Union finding thorn at enmity with tho Ethical Culturlsts and finding them utterly unwise as for cxamti the L U O There Is a vast number of Infillels or Freethinkers who aro afraid or nothing but dishonor and vulgarity They withdraw from tho Secular Un qy Ion and refuse to support tho papei The style of literature that has been poured In on me since Joining the Secular Union teaches mo that thero is too vast a mass of wild unorganized humanity For the first time In along long life I am persuaded that the world would be a thousand Imes worse oft without the Jewish and the Christian Churches I realize moro than ever how shrewd were tho old Jews who put together tho books at tho Bible They saw so deeply into human na ture I once thought the Bible tho source of persecution but tho lllaln truth Is Freethinkers are perfect willing to make laws where...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 June 1901

1 Jlt COL BRBGKINRIDGE The slaver Tongued Orator t Eulogizes Thomas tPaine nKyI i TWO REMARKABLE LETTERS 1 WHICH BREATHE EXPANSION In a search for other material wo stumbled on a correspondence between ThomuB Jefferson James Monroe Thomas Palno and John Brecklnrldgo tho older concerning the Louisiana purchase On August 2 1803 nearly a century ngo Thomas Palno tho au thor of Common Sense then living at Borden ton on the Delaware writes a letter to John Brceklnriilge whom he addresses My Dear Friend and not knowing bin then address whether In Washington ot at hln home on North ElUborn sends It under cover to Mr j Jefferson with the request that he read It and forward It Mr Jefferson docs read It and forward It with a long letter of his own and encloses In his letter tho celebrated draft of a proposed amendment to the constitu tion which was Louisiana as ceded by I ttlonwhlch tha U 3 IK made part of tho j US < These two letters are remarha t OjleAlcttorslliey nn rivtremelyjabla r r ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 June 1901

JPf THE G AH Will Not Recognize Agnostics GRAND MARSHAL MONFORT RE SISTS SPARKS MEMORIAL DAY PLAN I Prom Cincinnati Post There is a big clash on 1 otwoon the local agnostics under the londe ship of Attorney Charles S SparK and tho Grand Army of the Rope lieTho Tho agnostics havo orders to turn out in tho Memorial Day parado mill decorate tho graves of agnostic vet erans r eransThe teachers of tho agnostic Sunda rr school had been notified that the 125 pupils would form a division in tho big parade Sparks was going to can sldcrable trouble to locate and marlc the graves of agnostics But ho has reckoning without his host Postmaster Monfort oxCor mander of the State of Ohio and now Grand Marshal of the Decoration Dny parade has put his foot down on tho plan Ho said Friday when told of the plan The agnostics cant do it The are not a society In any sense of the word and therefore could not be In vltod to participate In the corenumle It is strictly a Grand Army affair Eve the Legion of Ho...

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