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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 November 1908

I 1 BLUE GRASS c BLADE 9 r IMMUTABLE PROGRESS J I Man must progress whether he wills it or not Accept this fundamental and one of thoancient tenets of the Christian faith that of the freedom of the will has Ibcen shattered Nature moves forward by immutable law No part or portion can be exempt from the operation of that law Man being a part of nature and his organization being the re sultof natural law the mental forces within him must if a necessity also be subjected to the same influences Age after age rolls on New thoughts arise New prob lems appear New stages of human action are erected These produce a process of elimination and reconstruc tion That which is nonessential useless arc cast aside The materials may bo utilized for the production of now forms but the old dogma has gone These are forced by sheer necessity to relax their pernicious hold upon the r mind of man Personal beliefs undergo a rapid transi tion s tionEvery educational inquiry and every educational ef fort is an...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 November 1908

BLrij I BLUE GRASS BLADE terest in the church Their parents do not act as though thoughthese Whatever may be the motives of the author of the fore going lines it is n selfevident fact that he has stumbled across some mighty important truths and realizes what those truths mean He ought to be able to understand and probably is that just us the twig is bent so will the tree be inclined and the very neglect of which he makes 0 suchcomplaint must lead to the ultimate extinction of so f called religious instruction One of the principle causes of this utter indifference to Ii matters pertaining to the church and Bible was admirably demonstrated by a friend who is not yet out of the orthodox woods Discussing the relative value of both pagan ana the Christian religion he said All the pagan religions without any exception simply taught men how to live but the Christian religion is the y only religion that really teaches a man how to die a Another grand truth uttered and that is the principal ...

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. — 8 November 1908

Ii 1 i BLUE GRASS fT7U < BLADE 1 t r jto others for + no a than cnn impart that which he does not have 1 The demand fora copy of the bound volumn of the Bade seems in a way to exceed our anticipations Twen tyroighti orders have already been booked These will 1M3 filled in the order in which they were received To be sure of getting a copy if desired your order should he sent in now as only a limited number canbe made up Since moving to Los Angeles and changing the name of T cifer to Eugenics our contemporary Moses Harmon is now ina position to announce through his paper a coming improvement in the new magazine which is cor tainly gratifying Every such improvement is an eyir Y deuce of the virility of Freothought and a sure sign that the cause is growing stronger LIARS CONVICT THEMSELVES Our readers will recall flint il1a recent issue we made editorial comment under the caption An Orthodox Liar upon an article published by a Texas paper to the effect that Ingersoll had joined a chu...

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. — 8 November 1908

r 4 BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 u REPLY TO SOCIALIST CRITICS Asks Direct Quest ons and Insists Upon a Practical Demonstration By M E Galke In the Blade some time ago Mr Leahy explains war farmers or landowners in general are possessor of stolen property He predicts that in a socialist state our deed will probably be thrown m the gutter as worthless or burned but I will be left In possession of stolen property A very gen erous ending I have the use of the laud now and in the socialist state why not re turn it io the party that has a better claim to it If that party cant be found why this bluff of burning my deed Following this and In answer to my question How much I am robbing my wageslave Mr Calais Bays The exact I amount Is immaterial But the fact re mains that he expects to get more value than he gives or he would not hire Mr Calais bases his assertion that I am a robber or at least intend to rob on my expectations That Is a very slim basis for such a statement You socialists that hire a b...

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. — 8 November 1908

IIBLUE GRASS BLADE 13 jll Secularists or Rationalists Have enough to do to carry their own loads When an article on taxation of church property Is used against Freethought both by those who wish the union of church and State to stand and by those who agree with the writer of the article because It appears In the same magazine with one which is re volting to most other people of good taste then it is time we watch the papers and magazines and use only thoso which will not put Freethought in a false position Yesterday I was In a beautiful church and listened to a very good short sermon and the music of a magnificent organ I thought we could have something Just as good and have a larger audience If we could begin with the respectability that the church had and still has In its favor There is nothing In secularism itself to make the most refined sand aloof Can avowed sec ularists take the hint and allow other secu larists to come to their aid f A QUESTION OF PRECEDENCE t Criticism of th...

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. — 8 November 1908

< y alrt a arkr I ap Z r a t Y II S l 14 r < BLUE GRASS BLADE > y c c iJ idiVb series in pamphlet form It should be tiliy nh means and circulated by the thousands i They are capable of doing much good You nro doing a grand work with the Blade Wishing you success T J MINOR WILLING TO TRY IT tOHIOEncloscd find twentylive cents for which please send the Blue Grass Blade for one month I am sending ten cents extra for I which please selldthe number containing the Brilliant Funeral Address and the Res urrection Myth OP Euseblus1 HAROLD BANNING t WANTS TO TRY IT NEBRASKA Please send me some recent rr issues of your paper What is the National Liberal party doing Send me n copy of Be = hind the Bars FRANKLIN 1 GRIFFEN WHY DID HE Elsie the little daughter of a clergyman pranced Into her fathers study ono seven ing while the reverend gentleman was pre paring a lengthy sermon for the following Sunday She looked curiously at the Ms for a moment and then turned to her fath er Papa she be...

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. — 8 November 1908

J Jib L i > y JI 5 t c I tX I > i t BLUE GRASS r BLADE xz B e Sure and Subscrli far Secular Thought A Fortnightly Journal of Rational Criti clam In Politics Science and Religion Organ of the CANADIAN SECULAR UNION AND THE TORONTO SECULAR SOCIETY Editor J Spencer Ellis Published at 185 Queen 8L West To ronto Canada Terms U per annum In advance single copies 10 cents All communications for the Editorial de partment should be Addressed J Spencer Ellis Secular Thought 1854 Queen St West Toronto Can All Business communications orders for books printing etc should be addressed C M ELLIs Proprietor and Publisher Secular Thought 185 Queen St West Toronto Can 16 MEDIUM SIZE Mens New Thin Model Watches 3cHAMPDENNo 104 23 Jewels 30 Wm McKinley 21 Jewels 22 same 17 17jewels 10 15 jewelsS 7 Jewels 550 WALTHAM Riverside Maxlmus 23 Jewels 50 Riverside 19 Jewels 21 PS Bartlett 17 Jewels 1250 15 Jewels 8 7 Jewels 6 4ELGINNo 15C or 162 21 Jewels 49 Verltaa 21 Jewels 27 243 17 Jewels 22 242 17 J...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 November 1908

17 J < 0 tit 3 jS y BLUE GRASS BLADE tJt Bound Volume of The Blade r l FROM JANUARY 19 ° K DECEMBER 27 1908 350 u 1 Worthy a Place in Every American Library < i AmericanLibrary < Only a limited number can be had and such orders as are first received win Gt be first served No copy will Ke bound except upon special order previously made Order now tl 1 i SPLENDID PREMIUM OFFER r t Send us 15 paid yearly subscribers and The Blade will present you with ones i of the bound volumes above mentioned The only conditions are that the sub > rscriptions must be new paid in one remittance and reach this office by Decem ft ber 1 1908 The full name of the person to whom it is to be sent will be printed u on outside of cover The volume will be handsomely boundR i > r i Fifteen New Subscribers Sixty Days to Work In1 Sing Volumes on Special Order 35O v J This bound volume will include all issues since the change in form up to the last issue of the present yearS Pictures and biographical...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

I 1 I r i BLUE GRA r BL JJ1Jh Volume XVII Number 30 LEXINGTON RY t NOVEMBER 15 ijjoS Published Weekly NCV Un DEVOTED TO THE PROPAGANDA FREEDOM OF THOUGHT r 1t1tlur lit i t luIItl1tJ lit R NUlUJAAA JJ 11A J IAI 111 AJUAf ooAAjO H A A Ao IIt olll j 1h v r J 1 ELIZA MOWRY BLIVEX 1 1 Founder and First Secretary of the Materialist Association I n J < woXw M t f o ooox o oooXooo X 1 r J 16J1 11 J f WI WWUWW1fVJfY J w lIvrWYltw 14111IJW1IJU J 11141 1 I P IiI J c Iif

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

I rtU1 mrf J 1 r 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE r ELIZA s BLIVEN AUTOBIOGRAPHY Eliza Mowry Dllvcu was born In Oxford Mass August 14 1845 Her parents Daniel Mowry 4th and Eliza Angell were both descendants of the earliest settlers of Rhode IslanrtssuBStan tial farmers One was a Major another a Captain In the Rev olutionary War one was a Judge and member of the Continental Congress Daijlel was the elgh li In a family of nine and Elza was the fourth in a family of fourteen Daniel marrled Ruth Farnum and Eliza married Stephen Farnum of another large family all of Smithfield R I Ruth died of cancer Stephendled of consumption then the widower and widow married and the child of their old ague was Eliza A MowryTIll she was six they lived on a lone farm where she seldom had a playmate but she could amuse herself was often out In the lots with her father or rambling afer wildflovj fs with her cat and the he tHer neat industrious mother tit a JSwirioKew and readand to be a good girl hf church1tI1 1tI1 1tI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

< oo l > t c i I < 70 It BLUE GRASS BLADE 3 J < < What Women Ought to do Instead of Church work Text of an Address Delivered before the Buckeye Secular Union Convention Canal Dover Ohio September 6 1908 By Eliza Mowry Bllvcn The Churches claim as a part of church work everything of a beneficial or philanthropic character that their members do But whatever people do to prevent or relieve suffering and promote good citizenship justice right and happiness In this life Is pure humanitarianism not religion and Is dune by people outside as well as Inside the churches through sympathy and honest desire to help others and better tho conditions around themI I do not consider that as church work Humanitarian work is right and every man and woman should do as much of that as their opportunities and means permit If you cant do great deeds do the little kind acts and say the little kind words In your own home homeLike Like a little candle shine You In your small corner I In mine W...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

l J I TM1 11 1 BLADEI d BLUE GRASS BLADE conscience selfcontrol and abilities to govern more or less while the mcn among all kinds of associates and temptations are drifting the other way and political corruption and greed for weal h without work rush them headlong Womens trained qualities In the home will continue to seek the welfare and bet terment of the grownup boys and girls when she enters the po litical arena I do not expect that all women will become so marvelously Intelligent In all societies a few are in advance of the rest who recognize their wisdom learn some of It from them and follow their guiding They will do so much more when they find ouf that the priests and preachers are false teachers and are keeping them from very much that they could learn and do for their own health enjoyment and growth of their abilities I The Catholic Church will not allow any divorces A woman must live with the man she marries no maHer how bad he is and if he will not support her she has to...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

t AP h BLUE GRASS BLADE Freethought Funeral Address i rave yet Tender Sad yet Sweet and i ou iung Words Uuertd over the bier or a Loved une nuw bead l sly Harriet M CloszJ III lull aim coaip > e > b accord wiuti the policy uuuvuixu uy Lilt uiaue ot fioomUmerd lit lie evtwc 01 ueaiu uuug mid > o heir llnal rtsiiig piacc fillies uirisun loruid uuu iu u Jiiiiiiiitr luting to tner mental attitude upon oruicuox maters it Id gratifying to i > oo tat our vaued contributor Mrs Hal net iu jiosz has taitutuiiy performed HUGH situ ruts umae saUu < r still by tae lact that nu services were conducted over the luau imuiu turns ot u relative The following ad urccs was Widely published In Iowa paper uti the services wero largely attended Many were deeply impressed and others expressed a desire for additional ratlcua sac rites upon such occasions The ser vices were conducted by Mrs Closz from her own home and after the elimination of famliy his ory therefrom she has pre pared tlio add...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

il1f 1 f 14Al BLADEI e BLUE GRASS BLADE handclasp of comfort She repudiated the dogmas of revealed religion and maintain ed that mental freedom ony could emancl pa e the race from the thralldom of tradi tion She ueclared that the literature and Inventions of great men like Watt and Darwin and Edison have done more to civ ilize enlighten and transform the world than all the labors of theologians through 011 the ages She believed that to be happy and to help others to be happy were two of the essen tials of life and that the more of joy we libcrae the greater measure we retain that a helping hand for humanitys sake Is better far than mission funds for Christs IIbetter sake that a kind word is more civilizing than the fear of destruction that reason is a bo ter route to right living than the fear of hell and that the countless prayers said in the seclusion of the sanctuary fail utterly to balance against the service of a willing workerShe She believed in natural laws not super na ural ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

c t r EWE GRASErBLADE 7 truths which genius has discovered These are the nerves of the social body and his is the function which must be played by those Rationalists who wish to benefit their fellowmen To this end it Is no siilllcient that work ers devote themselves to the study of the great masters and thus improve their own minds They must also conneci themselves with tho body politic in order to drect Its movements The brain in a sense directs the hand but it does so through tho nerves which reach tho nand in its particular lo cation and the orders given are to the per formance of actions allied to those for which the hand is already fitted Over and over the nerves lead the hand through the practice of certain movements unit the hand becomes tho efficient servant of the brain Thus Rationalists must commence with the people where they find them and stir their minds along lines allied to those with which they are familiar until at last they will embrace the principles and prac Mcew...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

+ t 1 lb u 1 8 BLUE GRASS BLADE BLUE GRASS BLADE Published weekly at Lexington Ky Founded by Charles Chilton Moore in 1884 and edited by him mtll his death February 7 1S06 JAMES E HUGHES Publisher and Manager JOHN R CHARLESWORTH Editor 1268 N Limestone Street Lexington Ky 1 U Box 33 SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpaid 160 per year in advance Five new yearly subscribers at one remittance JlOO each j Five trial subscriptions sent In with one remittance for six J 1Dy 60 cents each Trial subscriptions 15 cents ptr month Foreign subscriptions postpaid 200 per year ADVERTISING RATES One Inch single column 1 Insertion 60 cents one month or tour tnse lions JlOO mx months J60B one year 800 Quarter column single 1 insertion 200 one month 1400 six j months 2000 one year 3000 llnir column whole column or larger advertisements at special rates upon application offered The publisher has the right to reject any and all advertisements GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Dlade will ba di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

IBLUE BLUE GRASS BLADE D and its friends approve of this plan of incorporation then just as soon as fifty per cent of the stock has been sub scribed not necessarily paid up then the incorporation can be effected effectedWhat What do YOU think about it 1 Couldsuch n plan be carried into speedy effect then two important improvements in the Blade would be almost instantly made The first of these would be an additional number of pages to each issue Even with our present form we arc unable to publish all the manuscript sent to us and not infrequently do we receive complaints from valued contributors at the delay in the publication of their articles This would give us a larger and better paper something worth working for Another improvement would be in the employment of assistance in the Blade office much needed As matters are now conducted the Editor is compelled to edit the articles sent in for publication write the headlines design the form of the paper read the proof assist in making ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

u I I JO BLUE GRASS BLADE reached1 very soon figures ceaso to convey to our minds any conception of the vast periods that lay behind us The few thousand years of which we have historical evidence sink into absolute insignificance beside the unnumbered aeons which unroll themselves one by one as we penetrate the dim recesses of the past and decipher with feeble vision the ponderous volumes in which the record of the earth is written Vainly does the strained intellect seek to over take an everreceding commencement and toil to gain some adequate grasp of tit apparently endless succession In time as in space the universe must ever remain concealed from us and of the end we can know no more than of the beginning But In the beginning god made the heavens and the earthcries the theologian and the human heart that weeps and trembles may well say with llichters pilgrim I I will go no farther for the spirit of man acheth with this infinity Let mo lie down in the grave and hide me from the per...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

IBLUE BLUE GRASS BLADE 11 now at hand Nay but that very time is here Ours the fault ours the neglect if we fail to take advantage of the splendid opportunities the present Further on in the same editorial the Evening News goes on to say Times are changing and the moment has come not to hide our heads in the sand ostrichlike but to study this new movement in all its varied details trace it Wits source and ascertain so far as human mind can analyze world movements its significance to us as individuals This is followed by the announcement that Henry C Warnack is preparing a series of articles on the subject which are to appear in its columns But a few years ago and such an announcement would have meant the sudden 4death of a daily paper It would have been boycotted out 4 of existence by the orthodox believers of the community Today it is regarded as a step in advance of modern jour nalism and used as an advertisement to attract attention tov its publication How times and conditions do ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1908

r Jr Jn j tt 12 BLUE GRASS BLADE I Religion and Christianity Mean One and the Same According to Au thorized Definiton Claims in Mediumshlp By Alllc LindsayLynch Aunt Allie I have never been able to understand how a selfclassed Freetiought advocate could fail to recognize his error In up holding any of ihe fallible errors of belief that beong with religion Yet many are loath to drop the mantle thereof and bold I ly stand forth opposed to what they term in preference 10 Christianity as religion To mo these terms are synonymous even as Gcd and Christ are usually used Now let us see Webster Is author s ity for the definition Religion Duty to God and a system of faith and worship Of Chris 1anltas the religion taught liy Christ Of a Christian a disciple of Christ As Freethinkers we have no Christ to adore worship follow therefore no sys tem of faith either It sickens me to read tiny Freuthought writers verging Inio a trib ute to religion even though toward the Buddha for what la that but ...

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