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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 April 1904

or l L 4r t ur J Alr r E GRASS BLADE ED BY A nEATILBN 1tJsTB8T OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE J UME XIII NUMBER 8 vy4I1 fEX NGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY APRIL 17 E M 304 5100 A YEAR I TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year JlOO JJR v In clubs of five NEW subscribersM JJ 50 cents each 250 for five 4W Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Kfc Five New subscribers sent one year p for 250 > Make all Money Orders Drafts and K Express Orders payablo to the a Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky v ti When you change your address ad II vise this office giving your old as 1 U well as the new address ft When you send your subscription say trwhether you are a new or old 4s bscrberI JSQrije address slip on tht > paper will t q 4 expiration l pf suljscrlption1and 1 11 IT Wyjfr fcaHbilnlnfaftasc as soon as1 the subscriber pays < w sf 7 Subscriptions to this publication are not discontinued at expiration unless iv so ordered by the subscriber The sif courts invar...

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. — 17 April 1904

ra 4 kt Jexsta Christ In no better than II ear lot 7 It lacarlot had not betrayed Christ what would have becomo of the sohomo of salvation Why condemn Judos for being mode tho chief In ointment In the salvation of tho souls of man 1 It sooms to mo that tho goodness and honesty of thoso who accept Christ should be or moro Importance and concern to Dr Blodgett than the wickedness of thoso who reject him It Is true that there are many who re ject Christ who would be tempted to do wrong for fifteen dollars and It Is equally true that there are many who accept him who cannot bo trusted tor fifteen cents The most infinite conceit in tho hu nlan mind is that which leads out class of men to imagine that heaven Is whore they want to go and that all othor men who desiro to live in happl floss again must come right when they are going to congregate I hop < thoro is a future lIfo and I want to live again but I dont see why I should bo compelled to associate with Christians only In tho other ...

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. — 17 April 1904

fhbtiT I the New TV man s nU fu vmosty as evidence nor only1 Tf thcf personal exif tence of Christ but as the first auxil iary of his life Without these letters of Paul tho Christian fabric could never have Blood the waves of time which havo so furiously benton against Its ramparts Christianity owes its life zr ore to Paullnelsnr than to Us supposed founder So forcibly did this fact present Itself to the early church fathers that fearing the personality ot Paul might somotlmebo called In question they fabricated quite a cor respondence between Seneca and Paul which passed as genuine until a for gery was discovered More than one writer has said that but for Paul Christianity would have died in its infancy With the light now before us it may well be said that Christianity without Paul or the name of Paul would never have been born for the system and its adherents took their names from Christ the sup posed founder of tho system The writings ascribed to Paul dealing with tUe Christ as a...

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. — 17 April 1904

AL n FANATICS OFFER BOY BOYAS AS A SACRIFICE Sheriff of Joheiport Reaches Beal Is landers In Time to Save Child Whom Mother Had Given Over to Weird Rites Bangor Maine March 2A massa cre of children by the fanatic mem bers of the Holiness Society Is believ ed to have been prevented on Deals Island by the prompt action of Wash ington county and Jonesport city au thorities in breaking up revival ser vices and forbidding certain weird ritesWord Word reached here that prepara tions wore under way to offer up two children as human sacrifices and that other children were In peril This ex traordinary situation is the result of a protracted revival during which scores of domestic animals have been slain for burnt offerings The alarming state of affairs did not become known until John A Deal n leading citizen of the Island com plained to the Jonesport authorities His warning was followed by stories related by fishermen who have visited Deals Island that men and women leaders of the rovlvor wo...

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. — 24 April 1904

c k rI1cW1 p r 1ir11PsE GtItALS BLADE 11 Z f r I + EDITED 13Y A IIE IT1IJ N IN 1IE l 0i GOOD dl0hALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANOBs hv LVOLUME XIrNUHlEfli4 rILEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY APRIL 24 E M 304 100 A YEAR > i TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 issue for ono year 100 + In clubs of five NEW subscribe 60 cents each fZEO for five Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five New nubecrlbera sent one year for 250 Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address d to vise this office giving y 1ir old III 01 well as the new address < J When 7013 fiend your subscription IIJ W whether you are a new or old e jt 1 subscriber The address Blip on the paper Trill tbUW nnirHn nf subscription as J rl her I + iiaaijoori as the subscriber pays i Subscriptions to this publication are not discontinued at expiration unless BO ordered by the subscriber The courts Invariably bold a subscriber e responsible to the...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 April 1904

p YOUNG YOUNGDOCTOR DOCTOR I OF MEDICINE TO AN OLD DOCTOR OF DIVINITY BOTH ARE NICE PEOPLE z7 Grady Ind Ter March 29 1904 Qhnrlos C Mooro Dear Bro Moore I oncloso In this letter nn article thai appeared in tho Nacona Texas f Post by J J Mathews Mr Matliews H and I got Into an argument and ho sends mo tho clipping of the article he wrote several years ngo with an Invi tation for me to answer It h This I tried to do and I send you youit publishto m D thorn If not send back tho newspaper newspaperN Myf t1 basket If you see fit I trust that It Itp ture to ask you to read them when yourfj fj moro Important duties I enclose cL stamps for return postage cLcLc Yours very truly I M A BEELER M D Dt r S i Grady Ind Ter March 29 1904 r Mr J J Mathews NIcona Texas Friend MatthewsI received your welcome letter some tlmo ago and found the enclosed articles very Inter esting reading I would like very much to have the remainder of them Tho brusquerle on Mr Spencers Philosophy is good but I will not ...

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. — 24 April 1904

iiTCHRISTIAN iiTI I CHRISTIANWRITES WRITES ME A KIND GOOD SEN I I fSIBLELETTER Maynvllle Ky March 20th 1904 1 1Editor Charles C Moore 4 I once wrote a little piece In answer to Mrs Henry which you published r and was much pleased with your com ments and your saying that the little lady would surely answer It That she has not done directly I have thought all along that to get down In to your heart and find real truth It i would be found that you did not think and feel as you write about Ood the Bible and the Negro And since reading your thoughts In your last two Issues I feel more convinced of the fact that you have an object In view and that you are Just using those extreme questions to accom I pUsh that desire Great Is the mys tery of Godliness Moores thoughts After the many thousands of years that this earth has been Inhabited there are many things In nature whoso origin and manner of existing Is a mystery to the finite mind and when we come to think of how little we know compared...

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. — 24 April 1904

I k EDITOR 5 the jf OF BOSTON PRESS WRITER COM to MENTS ON SOCIALISM AND PRACTICAL POLITICS Roxbury Mass April 10 190 Your article in last weeks Blndo echoos my sentiments exactly Many Liberals apply reason to religious sub Jects and follow their prejudices po Ii lltlcnlly I am glad to see you aro bravo enough to bo a Socialist Not an orthodox one but a senslblo one If Liberalism is good religion It Is good in all things it reason should bo applied to religious questions It should be applied to all questions If religious slavery and chattel slavery are wrong Industrial slavery is wrong Think of the millions of men that are willing to resist even to deathI the tyranny of priest and king while I wearing and defending the chain of 1 capitalistic slavery The fact that the Catholic church has declared war on Socialism I should think would be enough to open tho eyes of all socalled Freethlnk Socialism Is the coming revolution that will regenerate mankind rellg lously politically physicall...

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. — 1 May 1904

fr T 1 f i jr i J1J BLUE GRASS BLADE < S t illd X18 1 Iallc 1a Seu10l u + 1 EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN Tills 8t DIREST OF GOOD MORALS t 1J PUBLISHED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR IN ADV NOi VOLUME XIII NUMBER 10 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 1 E M 304 100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five Terms100 per year In advance I foreign subscription 150 Flvo New cubscrlbers sent one year for 2GO Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad vise this office giving your old as well an the new address When you send your subscription say whether you are a now or old subscriber The address slip on the paper will bow crplrntton of mibicrlptlon and F 1serve as a receipt as the date chaiiges t 1 as soon as tho subscriber pays Subscriptions to this publication are not discontinued nt expiration unless Theso courts Invariably hold a subscriber responsible to t...

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. — 1 May 1904

I TWO CHRISTIANS And An Atheist Hang Together Marx Van Dine and Nledermeler d the Chicago Barn Burners and x Murderers Pay the Penalty of Deathf It In very rarely that an Atheist KOta hung and exceptionally rare when he is swung up with two Christians The Chicago barnburners NIeder melor < Atheist and Mark and Van 3 DIno Christians associates murder ors and desperadoes In life parted at tho gallows last Thursday the on e to olthor to hell or nowhere and the r other two to po either to heaven or r nowhere nowhereThe The accounts of the careers of these r dcflporadoos iiml the expiation of their i crimes on the ga lows which have boon printed nil over the country will yryr cause many people to think princi pally because Atheist anil Christian gave testimony of their dying beliefs and tho contrast In the character of I the men and the circumstances of their careers which were alike crimi nal will lend people to weigh and con alder the effect of religious training upon the mora s of ...

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. — 1 May 1904

I l DR WILSON ORATION ON THE DEMISE OF ST MARK For tho courage equal to his con victions not only In this but In all matters on which ho writes Dr Wil son is entitled to the gratitude of all mankind Had tho world moro such men wo should not only get moro i i truth but get it in language not to bo 1 misunderstood Dr wr son Is one among tho few forcible writers who Is clear and em phatic and what Is best of all fearless In his expressions well versed In his tory and facts In general with an un mlstakab honest way of expressing himself In his discussion or dlssec i tlon of Mark Hanna he but spoke tho truth In all Its hearings on tho man tho truth as portrayed In the press at tho time of Hannns election to tho United States Senate Dr Wilson like myfid f does not bellevo In lioniz ing a dead rascal simply because he Is past kicking for this piece of ex alted piece of manhood let all good men stand by Dr Wilson In his num erous charges on political dishonesty corruption and rascality In g...

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. — 1 May 1904

w DR 1 WEIR w IN A NEW AND INTERESTING 1 LIGHT HIS CONFESSION WAS A FAKE THAT VICTIMIZED ME i iHe Was Ridiculing Religion and Guy 4F Ing Bro Clark I Wlnterset la April 14 1904 f j Charles C Moore to Dear SirSupposing our contro vorsy over orthography lexicography otc Is now really ended we wit pro ceed to take up the facts at Issue Really It does seem that before closing this part of our discussion a spirit of justice would prompt you to correct your statement that I had pointed out but one mistake In your grammar but It doesnt matter Now there Is really nothing at Issue v between us and in order to bring up a scriptural subject for discussion I know of no better way than to give you a sketch of the controversy which tool place between Bro Clark and Y myself before I was moved to confess While giving this controversy I wl 1 t of course be on your side of the ques fHon and you run therefore aim your remarks at Bro Clark or patlentl t wait till I get on the other side of the f > t ...

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 May 1904

r I I r fIJt A f l t I r BLUE h Git LL4Pli EDITED BY AlIA T kHz SlJlRRTUlT OIi GOOD MOntLB PUBLISHED il g hand Aahlanrl Soplol SIoJ WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANOh VOLUME XIII NUMBER TIT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 8 E M 304 YEARe f i TERMS OF THE BLADE f 1 Issue for one year 100 9In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five i I ii Terml100 per year In advance Ijtforeign subscription 150 < Flvo New subscribers sent one year for 250 r fMake all Money Orders Drafts and t Express Orders payable to the i Blue Grass blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad vise this office giving your old al t well as the new address l Y When you send your subscription say 3whether you are a new or old 1 7 subscriber vti1 iJI < tjjTbe address slip on the paper will show jexplratlonot t aubsorlptionsid l > t itr 1t ipt gt i i i 5 < as soon as the Bubocrlber pays ° Subscriptions to this publication are not discontinued at expiration unless BO ordered by the subscriber Th...

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. — 8 May 1904

INSANE I INSANEMOTHER s MOTHER DROWNS HER CHILD t CLARA COOLEY CRAZED BY SHAME HOLDS BABY IN CREEKS HOME AT NEW PROVIDENCE f Maniac Says William Wagner a Con tractor Was the Father God Commanded Me Insane from brooding over her slinmo Clara Cooley tent tlire ± years old ended tho life of her elgh J tNnmonth old baby girl by drowning It yesterday morning at 10 oclock In the branch of Muddy Fork creek near Now Providence formerly known as Bard on I nil Tho town Is twenty miles from Jef ferEonvlIle ferEonvlIleThe M The Infantnntlcldc Is a daughter of r Mr and Mrs Murrell Cooley who live fitat Now Providence After being taken ne to Jefferson last night she gave the T nnmo of the father of the child as sn William Wagner She said he was a contractor near New Providence No one knew of the tragedy until the Insane mother carrying the drip + ping corpse of her baby In her arms appeared at the home of Leonard Brown a neighbor neighborCoos ° Coos Infant Brown saw Miss Cooley yesterday morning ...

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 May 1904

J Ii r1 Now York World I WILLIE CLUNG FOND OF MELICAN 1 SPLEEt 1SPLEE BECAME DAD I t CHRISTIAN AND HAD TO FLEE FROM ANGRY PATRONSI I I Angry people of tho Bonx have been f storming the Alexander Avenue Police Station In search of their laundry WIN I lie Clung who ran a laundry at One I Hundred and Fortythird street and I Willis avenue and was the custodian I of their linen has left town Willie who at one time was prosperous and happy became converted to Christian I ity and was a regular attendant at one I j i of the Chinese Sundayschools In Man hattan Ills neighbors say he went to I i the bad as soon an he started to go to t Sundayschool Ho contracted habits t that are unknown In China and ceased I to be Industrious and provident I Several days ago when his custom ers went to the laundry they found It closed Next day when Willie returned he said he had been on a big Mellcan I splee and seemed proud of It His C customers dirt not accept his explana I lion with good grace and several ...

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. — 8 May 1904

d r J THE TRUE THETRUECHURCH I I An Association For the Discovery Truth and Right Living Nature furnished the writer with an interrogative mind He was told that he should not rend Catholic f book hecnupo they contained erro neous doctrine hut ho rend n Cath k olic catechism and could not see thnt the doctrine differed much from the old orthodox Presbyterian faithFixed Fixed fate free will foreknow ledge absolute puzzled his young mind 11 o was told that his souls salvation would lie endangered if hi rend Atheistic hooks nmlhe wondered why a religion revealed and established by the Deity could he shaken by the attack of unbelie vers and why the faith of the elect wn not impregnable He was t lIght on Sunday that events came as the dispensations of Providence and on secular days in school that all occurrence were the result of natural laws Revelation did not enlighten and he failed to see the good in its mysteries and his questions were not satisfactorily answered He was told that natu...

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. — 15 May 1904

I I BLUE GRA8 BLADE 1 h EDITED HY A UKATUln n OF h r PnrlwrrJi1 GOOD MORALS pnrler PUBLISHED WEEKLY = = Htgh and A8tlnm 1oJ 31do 100 A YEAR IN ADVANOh VOLUME XIII NUMBER 12 10LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 15 E M 304 100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 ifIn clubs of five NEW subscribers GO cents each 250 for live 1f Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 160 Five New subscribers sent one year 250i Make all Money Orders Drafts and ° y Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad vise this office giving your old as f well as tho now address 1 When you send your subscription say > whether you are a new or old subscriber + The address slip on tbb paper will sbow expiration of subscription and A ensas ii receipt as the changes iilJiitbt 1 SlAtSJUJl ait fSHbscrlpUons to this publication are e not discontinued at expiration unless j t so ordered by the subscriber The I courts Invariably hold a subscriber j k res...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 May 1904

= = I 1 I t II jJl I d r DR WEIR J iiFURTHER DEDICATES HIS CON > FESSION AND GUYING OF BRO CLARK Having clanged from hollflro In tho pit to n confidence hell the meet ings moved on well into the second week and Rev Clark saying little i about a hell of any kind was preach 1 ing what he called the Saving Grace of Jesus Christ Each night questions wera put into the box calling for the harmonizing of certain passages an explanation of the meaning of others and an occasslonal question which fitdid not pertain to scripture In this manner wo proceed til Rev Clark had attempted to harmonize a great number of the contradictory lnssnges nnd he had been caused to K road and explain many of those ob y jectionable passages which a large part of the audience had never read and many of which had not before been mentioned in an orthodox pul pitI pit since n time when the memory of man runneth not to the contrary These last statements are evi fenced by the fact that after dismis sal there were f...

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. — 15 May 1904

T I 1 I MIND KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGEAND AND REASON There Is a onuolmR coHllct over I proioiit within without and all around every anne hiinmn soul Tho mind Is tho flrat purl or Iho human orgniitim that n potion or soul be cornea nccnmluiod with or conscious of then It tho mind I Inherits by till Itornal law of nature Kimc inure or lees knowledge If for Instance tho father or mother or cither of them had from any cause acquired the knowledge of till plain visible fact that tho world or planet on which we exist Is round and revolves then this parentage would by tho perfectly rea sonable and natural law of tho tint VITRO transmit more or less of this knowledge to tliolr Issuo or offspring Then nx population spreads this knowledge must also spread and this kind of social and Intellectual environ meat would and does now make It dead easy for the human status to Im prove Its condition as It is perfectly plain to everybody that tho more Imowledge the moro enjoyment Ignorance Is the mother and ...

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. — 15 May 1904

1 1 Jh r DEATH Iior A FAMOUS WOMAN INFIDEl FRANCES POWER COBBE lit tifJ e From Cincinnati Enquirer t Most of us are BO nearly alike am I live on so nearly the same plane ol achievement that It Is only occasion ally that a personality or nn Individ l ual career Is worthy of special com memorntlonFrances Frances Power Cobhe both In her ii personality and her work belonged tc Irtho exceptional class and contributed so largely to human advancement and happiness that both In justice to her j i memory and for the benefit of those who Sill he her some notice should i bo taken of her death She was born Il In Ireland of English stock In 1822 on a largo estato owned by her lath tt1 er whose house full of books and fine 4pictures was the seat of old fasldoned Vlr tfororons hospitality She received a S careful education and early showed Ej Indications of exceptional ability along paths seldom trodden by women Be t font reaching bar majority she was f1 attracted to the study of phllosophl cal su...

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