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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 30 March 1902

I r t i J 1 j i tJ f t 0D E GR A 818 B L A1 DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE r < AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD itfORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE f t VOL XI NO 0 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY ftlAKCH 30 B 11302 1100 A YEAR v bt TERMS OF THE BLADE I 1 Issue for One yeur tlOO Ii 4 rr 4 II 250 advauoeJ r 1i in clubs of tlVrt fit ueutl foreign anb < i Rorlptlou fl60 1 l tike ALL MONEY ORDERS drafts and JExpress orders payable 6 the Htuft i Gases BLADE Lexington Ky l tt1 DO NOT order your paper dlsnonUnuelt 1J without paying alt arrlllrB TILT UATH on printed address tab la t f the time of expiration of your sub tIIOrlpUOU 0 WHEN you change your address advise 1 i this office giving old as well as new address < wNt on lesid yt iv ebt lforY 1i s r ie newror lrt > inhJ rerlber i OrriOB of publication I IW Cast Third jk iiSI1 1 I JEN...

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 March 1902

f BLUE GRASS BLADE CAN RELIGION CANRELIGIONWITHOUT WITHOUT SUPER STITION SURVIVE By Rev J E Roberts In law A you us mnll was studying the ofilce of an old Kansas judge The old nttnrnoy Imd hall experience till young one was beginning to have 0111 day the young man greatly npltatei Qhicretl the office and said to his pw captor I want to ask von OIIP C1Ih iron Can an honont lawyer make 0 living In the State of Kansas V dont know the old attorney 1111id It has never leen tried Rollglon and superstition have bQt1n so long and so closet alllod that the oth whether one etui exist without or In mere conjecture It has never btei tried Our religion are an Inheritance they have come to UB from the pas ineffneealily stamped with the They are characteristics of the ape In which the had their origin Allot them are found The rank of 1 ed mirth the miraculous religion was messnrert by its power to work miracles The prophets of illfferen rullglons vied with each other In workini wonders Jehovahs ch...

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 March 1902

I I II BLUE GRASS BLADE II 1 SAM JONES t HAS TURNED UP AGAIN I hadnt heard from Sam Jones for It long time and hoped that ho was dead but it seems there is no such goof I luck + luclWhile While I have gone to hear Sam Jones preach I would not take mj t wife and daughter to hear him and they wouldnt go If I wanted to take them themSam Sam has been tho most popular preacher in America and I have laugheda great deal at him j I am somewhat ashamed to admit this but I have laughed a great deal aX monkeys 1 Sams wit would be hissed in a van deville circus ornegro minstrel Sam has almost dropped out of tho public notice and In this case has had to go to a small town In tho very far West to get n hearing If Sam were one of these old timc nigger preachersllko Rev Peter Vine gar of Lexington It would be more i Interesting to hear him but for a I white man to talk that way and Inter lard his Jokes as he does with his religion Is unpleasant to any one un I less he accepts as I do Mr Darwins ide...

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 March 1902

il I f < a t4 11 r r I BLUE GRASS BLADE I 29100 Subscribed for the Linotypi Up to March 27 At tie Hmo I write this March II 170 has been subscribed on the nmounl of 500 that I ask for to make tho tlrs payment on a linotype machine lie Keying that 1 can pay the balance in the Instalments that are allowed If more than this Is subscribed by tin time this goes to press for the lllado of tyareh rot the large figures at the top of this account will be changed to how lie amount Of course 1 cannot tell any better thai anyof you can whether or not J will got the t 500 1 guess that my chancei aro about eVenone out of two If I get that iOU 1 am going to start on the very next day on my effort to got 100000 readers for mho Blade in three years If I live with the belief that tin work will be earnestly prosecuted my friends If 1 die before that time Is out In all my work with the Blade mj otTorts have been until this time to establish the literary and moral charac tor of the paper In this 1 ha...

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. — 6 April 1902

> > > r tI I ki 111 I r 1 WL4 1 < N c r 7 Jf t Nr o f a i BLUE GRASS BLADE f 1T DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS f I i I PIIJkeJ k jTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE f i f I 20801 02 AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL r t 8 lV MlIln t 1 I EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I t VOL XI NO 7 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY 0 APRIL 0 E M 302 1100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 I IiII n II II 250 I it1 TERMS 100 por year in advance in clubs of five CO cent foreign sub scrlntlon JliSO MARk ATI MONET ORDERS drafts and j Express orders payable to the BLUH GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinued without paying all arrears THAT DATE on printed address tab Is the time of expiration of your snb dlscontlnnodI piWHEN yon change your address advise this olHco giving old as well as now J1r address > liidr ycu sung year subscription say 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. — 6 April 1902

itm m j i BLUE GRASS BLADE I T PROF PEARSON t AND HIS CRITIC i BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY Blest lie the tie that binds Our hearts In Christian love Owe no man anything but to love ono another Romans 13 S This Is my commandment that ye love one another Jolts IB 12 Behold how good and how pleasat It Is for brethren to dwell together In unity Psalms 133 1 By this shall all men know that y e are my disciples If ye have love one to another John 13 35 Since Prof Charles W Pearsons re cent utterances against the Infalllbl tty of the Bible he has been most sav agely attacked by his clerical breth ren Indeed this event seems to have N created a riot In orthodox blood = Irrespective of any share In Pro Pearsons views he Is entitled to gra Itufle because his utterances have dli closed the quality of Christianity with which some of the Methodist clerg are Imbued We have emphatic asser tions of what these men would do with those who do not accept their peculla brand of Christianity if they had the pow...

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. — 6 April 1902

Nf f r < I n r I BLUE GRASS BLADE fi1 SERMON I On Stars and Tumblebugs By Rt Rev Charles C MooreD I t D D I > B ToxtIIOr Canst THou Guide Arc turns With Ills Boas Job 38 32 Best BelocllIr 1 get that 500 with Which to make tho first payment on a linotype BO 1 can print the l am go lug to havo a sermon in the undo ouch i Sabbath I am a preacher from way wayH Dr Roberts Is tho greatest preacher In tie world except his wife and mo There are only two preachers in the world that I am iiolng up agin They aro Dr Roberts and Rov Dr 1ulor Vinegar nigger In Lexington Sam Jones aInt in it I lira Vinegar In the only OHO of us trinity who is mentioned In tho Bible rite propboU foretold him Mat 27 Ail Ami they gave him vinegar to drink Thai the scriptures alluded to Bro Vinegar of Lexington you can easily find Hpeuk the word A little bit of vinegar and you will find that they sound like A little bit of a nigger Tills alono In suHlclent to warrant tho I conclusion that Bro Vinegar Is the subj...

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. — 6 April 1902

c r rI O 1 1Jj r C li I rJ1 j t P ¼ 0 I J1 d ft1ir iiitti < BLIJE GRASS BLADE 1 < j WILL CUT OFF Immediately After the Issue Of the Blade Of April 6th All Who Have Not Paid UI > Their Subscription In Advance I write this on Marth 2Kb and It will appear In the JHnclo of March OIh The paper to nil persons WITIIOU A 8INOL13 KXOKPTJOX who have not paid in advance will ho stopped This will of course hurt the fcellnp of some but that cannot bo helped In order to bo lair alike to all thero wUl not bo a SIXGLK exception on the wholo list to this rule If your sub scrlptlon is due you had better send in your dollar at ONOI I This is not intended in any unkind ness or severity but is simply an os trcmlty to which Mr Hughes is driver At the low subscription rates of this paper ho cannot lurnlsh it to anybod I without pay and discrimination hyI sending It free to some and not to other is unjustHundreds Hundreds of people let their paper go unpaid for for two or three year and then when ...

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. — 13 April 1902

+ 1 ril r ld1 e 7 < i j I < f Ii 1 ii i b 1 > 1 < I I iM c 110 l I I R I i I I BLUE GRASS BLADR ill EDITED DY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUDLISUnD WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i VOL XI NO 8 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY r APRIL 13 < 13 M 302 X100 A YEARiJ I Jif TERMS OF THE BLADE Tissue for one year 100 5r II u IIt2 O I I TICRMH 100 por year In advance In eltilm of llvo BO contt foreign sub I scription SI Jill Molar ALT MONKY onDKRH drafts and Express orders payable to tho BIUH G HASH It LAUK Lexington Ky DO NOT ordor your paper discontinued without paying all arrears a ITUAT BATH on printed addross tab Is the Limo of expiration of your sub II < scription Wm5N yon change your address adrlsa < this oUico giving old as well an soy I address p Y r irtTC LI1 t l II ThHIfv tfirrCi3nTrp 4nrera OvJl AOUr Uil aufutQ f uTwinraiwrrnJirirti now 01 WrCm > iBcriber 0IFrOB of publication ISO East Third Btroot ENTBRHO at tho Post otllco at Lexing ton Ky as Booond Class ...

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. — 13 April 1902

i 7 ipo 1j t JJ 1l t i J R 1 rt J ir J I r ff r bI BLUE i lltASS BLADE I 7 T 1 OLD ur I h t v f Plants His Footsteps on the Sen fife And Rides Upon the Storm fl fTo Smash the Damfool Christian t Hypocrites Who Were Worship Ing Him On Easter Sunday j t r The Boss Joss Knocks SkyBusters jkand Gospel Shops Seven Ways 1 From Sunday J ir Tornado and Flood and Fire Scattered J Brains and Blood and Bibles and r Easter Bonnets All in a Hor ible Heap k It > fr < Show What Role Our Heavenly l Father Played In the Buncombe Celebration of the Resurec tlon of His Onllest Only f iytlon > v Begotten fQuakeracre All SolidDidnt Tetch r a Har Er My Head or Whiskers hll i It any thing could have been lacking ineorrlir ilk Kihle Christian fool and bigot that liGOIt dont care any more for a ri Christian preacher than he does for tl < a tumble bug the old Governor was certainly In evidence to that effect on 1Ji Easter Sunday March 30 A D t 1902 r 7If God had shown an onehundreth part of the a...

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. — 13 April 1902

t t 1 t e 1 1 f i 1 t Lj 1 t tJh < Jh I j i 1J r YiS > r < j f I t > 1I If t r ft H t r I + a4r r d I BLUE GRASS BLADE ii iA AlEXINGTON 1CHRISTIAN WO 1 MANS LETTER PRINTED JUST AS SHE WROTE IT Mr Kdltor C C Moore pleaso Pub hilt this manuscript in your paper tho Blne grass Blade for tho people that they may find Light MRS It MARTIN Lexington Ky pleaso mall a copy of the iliac grass Itlndo to Mrs H Martin with this all t It for the People Yours In Illegible IllegibleMRS MRS It MARTIN Y r My ronveiMoij when I was Redeemed god was toy Saviour and my redeemer lI was Hon of Ito Spirit In tho uew i f covenant the year 1805 In the month of I April I was not raised to any creed or religion ot any kind 1 had never 7willi the Holy Bible I was married mid 1 was a mother then of ono child It was ubout 0 months old wo had got a new Bible and laid It upon the man tle for un ornament so then for throe days It came into my wind Read that Book Read that Book and you wUt thud something th...

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. — 13 April 1902

r Z iI 1 1 fH r 1 1 0 BLUE GRASS BLADE4 I = i 35525 Subscribed for the Linotype Up to April fO I f I I At tho Jmo 1 write this March 11 17fl linn boon subscribed nn tho Amount of 500 thatlnsk for to iiiako thoUrst 4payment on a llnotypo machlno be t liovlng that I can pay the balance in 1tho InslnlnionlP that are nllowwl it more than this la subscribed by the r 1 time this poos to press for the Itlado of f March SI the largo figures at tho top of this account will bo changed to nhow l thn amount Of courso 1 cannot loll any hotter than BIy oC you can whether or not 1 will get the 500 1 guess that my chanccR aro about oven one out of two i If 1 got that JfTdK 1 am going to atari on the very next day on my effort lo I C got 100000 renders for tho ham In three years it I live with the belief that tho i J p work will ho earnestly prosecuted by r my friends If 1 dlo before that time is t out 4P outIn all my work with tho Jllado my lifelforts havo been until this time to establish tile lit...

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. — 20 April 1902

1 1 v 1 AA iI uYF11 + t M1 i I > 1 1 J 1Ir SBLUE GEAS8 BLADE f + 281V ji OfDO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS t ITHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RElIGIONTOM PAINE ratAN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLtitiT WORK OF MAN INGERSOLL t11 WY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOL XI NO9LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY APRIL 20 E M 302 8100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE id issue for one year 100 1 5u II ee Si 260 ERMS1IIU per year In ftdrimoa I I > In clubs of flvo W cent foreign nub i ortpUon SLrd MAKE ALT MONEY ORDERS drafts And Express orders payabloto the BLUR gr GRASs BLAHK Lexington Ky QO NOl order your paper discontinued ti without paying all arrears ry HAPOATH on printed Address tab Is Vrtao time of expiration of your inb > Mrlptiorii serlpttonyou you change your address advise ttfls giyUtg fold M well ma new t AA H iLt i1 G f1 1 tWtothliyciuIt alf ori O1 1 O UI0t 1 t1 I pt J OHFIOK of pubUo tbn it lf8IClstThira i f turret ...

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. — 20 April 1902

I I r omM u 1 r 11 t BLUE GRASS BLADE IJi From Lexington Leader A SERMON SERMONTO TO AGNOSTIC e Prof Grehan Responds to a Writer In Charley Moores Blue Grass Blade Whether the Blue Grass Blade falls Into my hands as wrapping paper Crom n grocery or in the more readable way of one of a roll of papers often 1lIfhed for recreation I always glance over It Its editor Is intellectually since thl death of Robert Owenthe aulest Atheist living Ingersoll except In OJI1 Tory could never hold a candle to him Its a wonder to me that he gives so much space to a common bid of IIttlc infidels who can do no more than rc produce In shabby stag what UHlr master has taught them It Is only since 1SG9 that a scoffer at the Inspiration of the Bible went by m other name than Infidel but In 1SGft Prof Huxley made a tender of the Greek word Agnostic to the English speaking world It Is a word of rieg tlon and as such a welcome gllest uuonK fatalists It would be untrue to say that the new word Is used only hy ...

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. — 20 April 1902

l t > i 1 r > 11 BLUE GRASS BlJADE Iiit MOUNTII III VESjll jl The Most Remarkable Poem That the New Century lias Produced In this Issue of tho nhulo I preeeu vThe Mount of Olives by Frauds Sal t us S JtIH It Is copyrighted whelhu that fact would operate iigulnst in printing It In a newspaper but at an rate I am sure Unit In spirit and In purpose HO fur from wanting to trend on Its authors rights I urn In my own r judgment rendering him tho most till cknt service i can do him und the cop has been sent ago presumably for the purpose of gaining my assistance In Itl selling and circulation And yet tlu printed statement of the author on tin title leaves of the book would seem to Indicate that anything other than Il limited circulation of tho book ainonj those to whom he has seen cause to send It was no purpose of Its writer My purpose In printing the whole poem Is twofold I want perhaps primarilY r to benefit Its gifted author by enabllni him not only to sell the limited edltloi th...

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. — 20 April 1902

JIOI J J JIIIP I I S 1 LDE GRASS BLADE i i n InSHE Behind the Bars is Fine Knsloy Ala April n 8 > Mr Charles O Moore Door rlondI lladntnotied that 111 timo was up and that 1 was due you I was rending tho B O B to a friend last Sunday evening who has a keen appre ciation of the things found In the HInde I I road him your appeal to frlouds for a linotype When I had finished ho hand ed mo one of the almighties and aflk ed mo if 1 would send It to you Of course I would 1 certainly hope you will got your machine but this month 1 will not have any money to spare Hay 1 thought KIdder was about IHj years old and had wives of almost overy nation He ought not to talk so smart and be so young I have Just read Behind the Bars It Is Hue Wishing you greatest suc cess 1 am Your sincere friend Miss rM Omsox 55 Mrs Closz on the Statu Webster City Iowa April 4 lO > Dear Brother Moore I Inclose subscription for a frlen Easter Sunday hero covered all the vur letles of weather In the bureau except...

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. — 27 April 1902

tW F f Jqta i t f jok i I h HI J fi r 1 I I i iF I BLUE GRASS BLAIJE DO UNTO OTHERS A8 YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS TU THE WORLD is MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE c 1 I f I ° OfAl 0AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MAN INGERSOLL t r f 1P11t L EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF7Q liD MORALSPUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 Y VOL XI NO 10 LEXINGTON SUNDAY APRIL 27 E M 302 1100 A YEAR j TERMS OF THE BLADE I T Ifluufl for one your 100 6 It t It 250 r MSl00 per year In advance t In clubs of five Ml cent foreign anti I Boripttou JISM MAKB ALL MONEY ORDHHS drafts and Express orders payable to the BLUB GRABS BLADK Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinued without paving aU arrears THAT DATE on printed address tab la f tlie time of expiration of your sub sorlptlon WHEN yon change your addreaa adrlee etI this office glVlng old M vrbll as new address WHBN you Bend your subscription say ti whether yottiar an vrvBr < ildiub < a scriber fly 0Eo1...

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. — 27 April 1902

r 1 t J fI t I I BLUE GRASS BLADE I THE RETREAT OF ORTHODOX BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY Another retreat of orthodoxy has been made In a sermon preached b Rev J Klnsey Smith at the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church Ioul vllle Ky on March 21 Rev1 Kinsey Smiths subject was Jonah The subject Is not a new one The Bible gentleman Jonah and the Bible character the whale whom he was most Intimately associated with have been stars on the theoloj cal stage for centuries rivaled only by Adam and the talking snake who la I the foundation stone of theology Jo nah was an Indispensable and able as slstant In perfecting the scheme oC salvation for If Jonah had not re mained In the whales belly three day and then been thrown up on dry lam how could It be proven that Christ lay dead In the grave three days accon I lug to the Bible Christ lay In the grave and then 1two nights and one day J came up from the grave alive and with strength to leave the sin curse earth and ascend to his Father In Heaven How can a...

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. — 27 April 1902

j 1 eM > I J 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE Ji1 Sr ilt J IE I THE MOUNT MOUNTOF I OF OLIVES BY FRANCIS SALTUS SALTUS For Sale In Book Form by The BookLover Press New York City Wonderful Thla IB the Most Wonderful Poem of The 20th CenturyCharles C Moore The weary sun with wavering throbs of light Crowned by the crimson of Its clouds had set Upon the vineloved hills of Olivet Leaving them guarded by the stars and Night The patient brook of ICIdron murmured faint Above Its pebbles as It loitered by While peace Incomparable lined the sky And no bird uttered there a wooing plaint I The rlew blest rushes bowed as It in 1 prayer No leafy sound perturbed the con scious calm The flowers It seemed gave forth a suaver balm Expectancy most holy filled the air And One the Son of God the spotless Christ Walked thither with Ills Father to commune Then to Gethsemane where roses strewn His worn and wandering sandals had e tlced Then to Gethsemane to dumbly pray Amid the birds and buds less pure than He There...

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. — 27 April 1902

t IEJ > 4 Vt I BLUES GRASS BLADE 1 DEVELOPMENT IN THE WIRE GRASS From Moultrle Observer April It 1P02 p About twenty years ago on a cool I10nesol11IJ Sunday evening In the month of February I took a walk all alone 1 down the Albany branch of the S P I I W Ry from Pelham In Mitchell conn 1wty to Meigs In Thomas county Qa This vast longleaf pine forest of South d west Georgia was then an unbroken i wilderness only excepting an occa sional saw mill set or chop or hack of F the turpentine hunter with now and then a small clearing and a peeled pole residence and such men as Wllkes r + Carter Davis Vlch Mlze Hagood Hu tr her Culpepper etc etc along the way m P > and nround the then new postofllce called Meigs would Insist that the whole of this country aside from the whole pasturage of the wlregrass and the turpentine and lumber Interests was worthless and that crops of corn oats and vegetables took more value In cost of fertilizer to produce them than r the value of the crops when ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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