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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 January 1903

BLUE GRASS BLADE r 1THE CONGRESS IOF THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY AT LEXINGTON JAN UARY 23 24 25 FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUN DAY 1903 The time of the National Liberal Congress at Lexington Is now nearly here It Is a thing Unit Hlionld Ito en couraged by every one who wants In tellectual and religions liberty for this 6 country countryT T think It Is the most important meeting of men mill women In the In terest of humanity known to the worldThe The meeting of Infidels In Switzer land in 1902 and the proposed meeting In Home in 1904 are on so much grander scale man anything that has over been done In America that every Infidel of cither sex should with the Incoming of the New Year pledge himself and herself to renewed lent In our grainiest of nu causes If the back bone of religion Is not broken In a few years more it will be the fault of those who are now pro I fessed Infidels Everything from every source of Intelligence and morals seems aus plclons for the propagandlsm of In fidelity Tho o...

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. — 11 January 1903

Jtea BLUE GRASS BLADE m CRIMES OF CHRISTENDOM BY HARRIET M CLOSZ My friend Josephine K Henry is right The Peace on Earth play that Christians have made for 1800 docs not seem to benefit very years individuals 1 append a part of many the Christmas grist as it appeared though In one of the Chicago papers it is much condensed and the reports from local districts not yet in Dec of the list 27 All but two or three belong to Chicago and represents murders suicides beatings disappearances robberies and destitution ances The Chicago Chronicle with Chris editorially of the tlan standing says situation The advent of peace on earth and gooa will toward men was commemorated ated as usual by half a dozen mur ders and twice that number of deadly assaults When we glance at the record killings year after ord of Christmas hardly blame the benighted year we can year ed heathen who prefers to stick to embrace a his fetters rather than faith whose members celebrate its greatest festival by killing one ...

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. — 25 January 1903

1 r c J K l r II GEAS8 BLADES I ifJ t = SV rv 27 VS I c EDIVED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MOM LS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 yl YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOL XI NO ID LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JANUARY I 25 E M 303 1100 A YEAR H4 r jb 1 0r d TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 I 5 Issues for one year J2fiO 10 Issues for ono year 100 100 Issues lor ono year 3500 TermslO per year In advance In clubs of five 50 cents foreign subscription 150 Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your nddrersall Vise this office giving your old as L well as the new address I When you send your subscription say whether you are a new or old sub I I scriber The address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and I serve as a receipt as the date changes I as soon as the subscriber paysI I Subscriptions to this publication ore oreI so ordered by the subscriber The courts Invariably hold a subscriber responsible to the publisher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 January 1903

m > m BLUE GRASS BLADE J ANCESTORS OF ijuNOTABLE MEN Dr Hillis Statement That They Are Mostly Clergymen is Denied by a Student of Biographies z To the editor r Rov Newell Dwight hulls In the course of his convocation sermon at > the University of Chicago last Sun r day said The great men of our xe country stand ns the product of a line of clergymen A minister was the y father or the grandfather of all our greatest men our poetsl scientists and lawyers If tho above statement was true there would bo nothing very wonder ful about It when one considers the j great number of men who during tho past 200 years have been clergymen of the numerous religious denomina tions In this country But the fact is the clergymans statement is not r correct as any person who has ac I cess to a set of the biographies of our greatest men our poets scIent f Ists and lawyers can easily deter mine Only a few of the Presidents of the United States have been the Imme p diate descendants of ministers and t...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 January 1903

1BLUE GRASS BLADE E Dont tell mo that this Is the labor ers fault for to do so Is to argue ngalnst the universal law of Cause antl Effect Combinations of I ran are necessary for the production of suchI I rrcomblnntlons for selfish purposes Is 01rohblng the laborer of the fruits of IIIJ his toll robbing him of his liberty e himY a IesV slave A man may become poor in EDYman ways other than by the loss o f = money Equitable distribution of the pro C ducts of labor Is what Socialists want Ith Then there would be no poor the 111 at bio to the contrary notwithstanding tine Unseat the aristocratic pauper from C the back of the laborer and you will I willuu ea have done that which Is nobler and lat more elevating to the human race ate than the freeing of the Negro from im bondage his Let us now rob the land owners tin Each Individual should be the owner iv of an Individual Interest in the Is wealth of his country Whrm a child In Is born Into the world It should be 1111 an equal partner with...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 January 1903

BLUE GRASS BLADE l T I I CONDENSED 1Smithsonian Institution Washington D C f Jan 29 302 E 11 Dear Bro Hughes Enclosed you will nod P O or er for one dollar to hone the Blade for a yeargive it a good swing and cut off Moores whiskers and if you will cut off his head the Christians wl11 Chromo Yours as ever give you a asP P PRANK BURNS iMuncie mad Dec 30 302 vj foDenr Brother Moore fc You may put me down as a sub tscrlber for your book of travel in the Orient I would like for you to visit V Cufa as it was hero where Noah en tered the ark and it was here where the serpent tempted Eve This Is probably the only place on earth that ever produced a snake that could tallt and it may he that the species is not yet extinct and if you can capture one and bring it home with you and i ti place it on exhibition it will floon make you a handsome fortune Fraternally yours yoursT BOWLES Wnlton Ind My health has im proved he Is 85 years old Edit < considerably in the last three months I expect to ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 February 1903

frhtll o 11 rj 0 r C 0 8 0 0 TJE GRAS BLADE Tl l 4 Iajtl EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 vi0j XII NO L LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22 E M 303 X100 A YEAR I t fllhb 1I 0 t o 1J u TERMS OF THE BLADE i1 1 Issue for one year 100 5 issues for one year 250 10 Issues for one year 400 O 100 issues tor one year 3500 I Terms100 per year In advance in clubs of five 50 cents foreign subscription 150 t Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the f Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you chango your address ad vlso this office giving your old as l well as tho new address J When you scud your subscription say whether you are a new or old sub t scriber I The address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and serve as u receipt as the date changes as soon as the subscriber pays Subscriptions to this publication are oat discontinued at expiration unless so ordered by the subscriber The courts invariably hol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 February 1903

JJiC 1 TTT GRASS BLADE I 1J SHort Letters Buffalo N Y Enclosed please find two dollars 2 T M Krononber Esq C5 Hawley St of this ci r f wishes to renew his subecrlptlo Hitherto you have spelled his name with two Its please cut out the mill die one You may send me 25 cOIJ les of the eighth Issue containing 111 articleand about 10 copies of ra r Now Years poem The balance of I the dollar In Dr Wilsons Partr Problems In pamphlet forlllS V 1 AVETMORE Whltesboro Texas The book Be r hind the Bars received in good or r dor I noticed In reading an extra chapter No u page 97 to 112 how ever I got that much more good rend Ing for the same amount 1 now en close the 100 for Dog Fennel wish Y Ing n pleasant trip and safe return to your native land as ever RAN CIS BEAST c 1 Austin Ills Think my subscrlptlo r to the Blade will expire about March Istso I enclose 100 for renewal for coming year For enclosed ten cents send extra copies last Blade with Dr Wilsons address on Marriage and DI Vance I appr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 February 1903

I P BLUE ftASS TilA IE runo I 1 SeerMartyr I Martyr MartyrFor For the Blue Gran Ulnde I take off my hat to Bruno the phi osnpher and martyr On the Seventeenth of February the anniversary of the death of Fr Bn no will be celebrated on the SP in the city of Rome where be was ivrnod at the stake for his opinions The site is marked by a monument with a flpnrf in bronze of the rrartyr in full habit The throe hrndrcdth i anniversary was hold two frs KO and the Kalian zovernmont fearing an 1I1J1lsllig prohibited any pi bile cololir tlo of the event Nnt will m standing this prohlbitpn mnny stu rtrnta from the university v ijli many other persons passed around the monument and threw SCWTH at its foot For pevevil days rvftcT crowd of people assembled and paid their tribute of love to the matt Who In tlv jipglnnii of the eventeenth r utiiy ii spiii the anathemas of tio ciun1 preached freedrm cf thotiirbt fTil then died for the arK he so loved I will toko off ny hat to fillY man or woman vlio l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 February 1903

r yrfW BLIC GRASS BLADE I I A lETTER FROM A YOUNG MAN February 10 303 Dr J B Wilson Cincinnati 0 I Dear Dr Wilson I have often j thought of writing to you but know I Ing that you were so very busy 11tH I having nothing in particular to sr I I have been in doubt When In iloubt dont so I didnt r But now I have a favor to ask not for myself alone but for all those I who desIre to improve the garden of the mind to cast out the noxious weeds and with tender loving IJarts plant the flowers of the soul Many iconoclasts with cutting sar casm can mow thistles and thorns of superstition from the boundless fields of tho mind with a mocking laugh cnn shatter tho walls of prejudice that surround some beautiful brain clogged with orthodoxys loathsor growth and with a hurricane of sat ire can root out the mosscover brambles of Christianity tho boggi lice of the mind But who is goIng to plant the violets and the forget monots the lilacs and the oaks Who will sow the virtues in this new and virgin s...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 March 1903

BLUE GILNS BLAth EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF QOOD CORALS ADVANOEr YcTAT TnOJ LEXINGTON KY SUND Y MAKCH 1 E M 303 303I 1100 A YEAR r tik 1 a i TERMS OF THE BLADE I 1 1 Issue for one year 100 5 Issues for one year 250 10 Issues Tor one year 400 100 Issues lor one year 3500 t Terms JlOO por year In advance in clubs of five 50 cents foreign or subscription JlfiO t Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky I When you change your address ad vise this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether you are a new or old sub < scriber The address slip on the paper will + > show expiration of subscription and f serve as a receipt as the date changes f < as soon as the subscriber pays Subscriptions to this publication are Jnflt discontinued at expiration unless so ordered by the subscriber The ct 3 courts Invariably hold a subscriber responsible oJbe publisher for the bs crr joi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 March 1903

lff BL El BASS BLADE I Short ShortLetters P Letter LetterFrom From Friends > On account of devoting a large por tlon of the last three Issues of the i Blede In publishing the addresses de w fir livered at the recent Congress of the N L P we have gotten behind with prtlntlng our correspondence Some of the letters which appear this week v are therefore somewhat old but make Interesting reading neverthe less 0 Use not vain repetitions as tho r 1 heathen doJ C r Editor of Blue Grass Blade In commenting on the letters of a carre f 4spondert who finds so many discrep ancies In the double accounts record ed in Ezra 2 and Nehemiah 7 amI who calls attention to the repetition b of tho last two verses of 2d CorIn thians in Ezra 1 you state there are two chapters in the Bible just ulllw and ask any of your readers to name x them Tho 19th Chapter of 2d mngs l Is repeated in Isaiah 87 In each of these chapters are found the famous r verses that tell us 185000 men awoW one fine morning and foun...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 March 1903

BLADEI TIMELY TIMELYTOPICS TOPIC n 0 THE HEIRS OF ALL THE EARTH I By Thomas Wentworth Hlgglnson From street and square from hill and v glen Of this vast world beyond my door I hear the tread of marching men The patient armies of tho poor The halo of the citys lamps Hangs n vast torchlight in tho air I I watch It through the evening damps 1 dampsI I The masters of tho world aro there Not ermine clad nor clothed In state 1 Their title deeds not yet made plain But walking early toiling late Tho heirs of nil the earth remain Somo day by laws as fixed and fair As guido the planets in their sweep Tho children of each outcast heir The Harvest fruits of time shall reap The peasants brain shall yet bo wise Tho untamed pulse beat calm and still Tho blind shall see tho lowly rise And work In peace times wondrous s will Some day without a trumpets call This news shall oer the earth be blown The heritage comes back to all I The myriad monarchs take their I own Sing a Song of 011 Trust Sing a son...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 March 1903

s tea jiS r BLUE GRASS BLADE J I I RELIGIOUS PREJUDICE rir r rln y By T J Wyscarver j Mr President Ladles and Gentle men My remarks may seem a little harsh to some of you especially to those of you who have been horn two or more times and who are In the woods yet While I dislike to wound the feelings of any persons or to tread on their orthodox corns and bunions It will be Impossible to have my s and be honest with myself In the discussion of this subject without Indulging In sonic expressions that may seem a little caustic I have no word of censure for any being be cause I believe that the life of every person Is the result of heredity birth and environment If you will care fully study the history of religion especially the history of the Christian religion you will be compelled to admit that the God of the Bible has either commanded the commission of almost every crime or has silently acquiesced In It You must admit that tho disciples of any religion are justified in a belief 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. — 8 March 1903

r 7 f r + 4 i 1 I f t BLUE GRASS BLADEYjOj t 1 t J EDITED BY A I Parker A lno nnr > Oo REST OF GOOD lIIORAL8PURLlSIlED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i i VULtXIL NO3 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY MARCH ° 8 E M 303 X100 A YEAR j TERMS OF THE BLADE I + 1 Issue for one year 100 < 5 Issues for ono year 5250 I 10 Issues for ono year 400 i 100 Issues lor ono year 3600 r Terms100 per year In advance In clubs of flye 50 cents foreign foreignk9 11 subscription 150 Make all Money Orders Drafts and andk i 1Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky f tf When you chango your address ad L vino this Office giving your old as 1 well as fie now address When you send your subscription say I > whether you are a new or old sub 1f scriber The address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and serve as a receipt as the date changes as soon as the subscriber pays Subscriptions to this publication aro not discontinued at expiration unless s so ordered by the subscriber The courts invariably hold a subscri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 March 1903

r r + y Y S C J F i t 1 1 in n BLUE GRASS BLADE I u u Il MRSCLOSZ CLOSZ CLOSZCOLUMN COLUMN KNOWLEDGE RECOMMENDEDFOR FOR PREACHERS Tho past week Chicago has been the meeting place of a remarkable gathering of College Professors and ministers The purpose was to dis cover what methods were best to pursue In securing religious educa lion As might have been expected n diversity of opinions wer express cd and the three days session ad journed without any definitely out lined plan of proceedure Some of the speakers made most remarkable statements a few of which follow As reported by the Chicago Chronicle the speakers were unanimous in agreeing that the churcn dogmas become impossible This convention could have saved time and money by asking Infidels that question and tho answer would have been just exactly what these ex perts have declared President J B Agnell of University of Michigan says The only hope of perpetuation for the church lies in the instruction for the young Now with due cour...

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. — 8 March 1903

wer plcsy < I br I BLUE GRASS BLADE TIMELY TOPICS 0 0 MANHATTAN LIBERAL an LIBERALCLUB CLUB AT WORK of Tho Now York Stalo Suporlnten d dent of public instruction reports that I there has hecn a great Increase dur lag tlio last year In the number of r < protests received by his office against P reading the 13lllo In the public schools schoolsI S to CHURCH ATTENDANCE n IN EAST LONDON Whllo sath tics of church attend anco are under discussion and Inves 1tlgation in this country and England er 0it statement made by Bishop Ingram in r I an address to Oxford undergraduates that his observation had led him to tj tjtho person In eighty among tl Q working I classes of East London went to I r church or chTipd Churchman up uStill jheathen g t A PAPAL BULL s The Pope has lately issued a tl Hull to the Phlllipino people We a < I give a portion of It below just to show e I how ho steers unintelligible Italian I at that unfortunate people He mixes a blood all up with brotherhood b and lik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 March 1903

Wr OJ f f YtYY 1 > rill F frJ < w j i f I t > j < 1Ir pBLUE GRASS BLADE I Hetty Green And Her Church Mortgages A Criticism By Josephine K Henry One of the most eminent lawyers of the State of Illinois sends me the following from the Chicago Record Ilorald of Feb 23rd and asks me to answer the Rev gentleman through the Blade HETTY GREEN SCORED BY REV F E HOPKINS Congregational Minister Criticises the Richest Woman In World for Fore closing Mortgage on Fifth Presby k terian Church Hetty Green was scored last eon > Ing by Rev Frederick E Hopkln from the pulpit of the Pilgram Con gregatlonal Church Harvard avenuo and Slxt fourth street for her action In foreclosing the mortgage on the Fifth Presbyterian Church He choso for the subject of his sermon Is the Church a Fallnre or the Difference Between Hefty Green and Jesus Friends Mary and Martha Poor Hetty Green God bless her dear old heart began the pastor In referring to the mortgage The last time I saw her she was limping...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 19 April 1903

i IA 1 f i m BLUEGRA88 f r 1 BLADE 1 1 1 1 I 1 IIlIl 1 j II i u 27JV 20 ij1t1 EST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED < It IIIlIl WEEKLY I 100 A YEA TN 111 t 111 VOL XII NO9 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY APRIL I 9E M 303 X100 A YEA J1 Y lIJ J J tl t J R J tcr 1ftIJ h LAI v t i 4 1 Ir GNAUNI n lUiJION LABEL TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year SLOO t erms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Bluo Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad vise this olllco giving your old as fc = well as the new address en you send your subscription say whether you are a new or old sub b scriber Bcribcriqaddress iqaddress slip on the paper Will expiration of subscription and las a receipt as the date changes Bfion as the subscriber pays Buscrlptions to thlfvpubllcatlon are jfpflfihortMmiod at expiration unless cb ordered by the subscriber The courts Invariably hold a subscriber responsible to the publisher for the subscription pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 19 April 1903

1w rBLUE GRASS BLADE t Mrs Column MVVINVVVVWI NV1 ftNVfVVVI r PURITAN OR PENITENT tPURITAN boon running In tho Chicago American a symposium on 7 which makes the better husband wPuritan or Penitent offered Tho consensus of opinions by women Is what might bo expected in favor of the Penitent Women tenaciously to tra seem to cling very dition In these cases and since they f havo been taught that a double cede of morals Is tho proper adjustment 1 they heroically stand by their guns and defend the sower of wild oats though if the position were reversed would repudiate V the man defended r the woman who defended him i Now the fact Is there mould bo neither Puritan or penitent to be r considered But as usual we are com i pelled to deal with effects Instead of t causes and many come to look upon the effect as the original and still persisting cause of our domestic in equality Such conclusion Is erron teollS The Puritan and the penitent are the direct results of our Ignor t ance of the probl...

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