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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 June 1905

I j a BLUE GRASS BLADE 3 EDTEL n fg jr1TIIEN IN THlD INT8ltlME OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVAffiCh pt Cq 17N 7Nt VOLUME XIV r 4LEXINGTON 7tll KENTUCKY SUNDAY JUNE 11 E M 305 5100 A YEAR R 1rl S1 TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers fivef r Terms1oo per year In advance foreign subscription 160 Five new subscribers 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 ad vise this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether yu are a new or old sub scriber ftfc or PUDIiCiitiOn 5oW 1OISt r Lexington Kentucky Entered at the post office at Lexlng ton Ky aSSecortHClasa Mall Mat f ter If f Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone 307 r STRIKE ON IN TOLEDO CHURCH Toledo May 4A full fledged sym pathetic strike Is on a...

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. — 11 June 1905

1T THREE r Sermons That I En dorse I sometimes glance over the sere mons in the CourierJournal Among them all I have lately seen three that were all that I thought were wort reading and the accounts of the pro ceedings In the church of Rev Dr E L Powell Campbelllte all very de moralizing and make Infidels faster than our professional Infidel paper are doing The professional Infidel papers an barely able to subsist and are havIng but little Influence They are filler with the old humdrum answers to the silly arguments of the preachers and never have any articles advocating good morals or against the man forms of vice and occasionally the have articles that smack of immoral Ity But the great literary magazInes have taken up the publication of Infi del articles and many newspapers are doing so and the popular books or the day have veins of Infidelity In them and college presidents and pro fessors and preachers priests and rabbis are not merely arguing agaInst the Bible but in some Insta...

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. — 11 June 1905

C 1 f r EDITOR WALTER HURT Writes Of The Culturlst Writes Me a Kind and Encouraging Letter Cincinnati Ohio Juno 15 1905 Dear Brother Moore Allow me to congratulate you on your editorial Hating Our Enemies as well as on your comments In con nection with Its reproduction I didnt think it was In you Hereto fore I have regarded you not as a philosopher and a real Freethinker but simply as a rabid although s I core old Infidel who spent most of Slnlcere his time railing at whoever dared to disagree with him However none other than a philosopher could have written these things I mention I shall reprint in full in The Cul turist your article Hating Our Ene mice and shall also reprint a part of the other matter mentioned YouI will better appreciate my opinion of I these articles when I tell you The Culturlst will have scarcely any space for reprint Incidentally and by way of explana tlon The Culturist would havo made I Its appearance long before this ex cept for my serious and protracted il...

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 June 1905

1 t t x WANT Letters About Being Good There are some subjects about which which If I were to ask corres pondence I would probably get a great many letters Everybody recognizes that how to be happy if that be possible is the I most important question in the world and et It la a matter about which people talk and write but little It is my object to discuss that great subject and I would like to have the opinions of all kinds of people from everywhere on this subject You dont have to send any money or even to give your names or ad dresses if you prefer not to do so I would like for such letters to be as short as possible to express all of your Ideas upon the subject My purpose is to find out if it Is possible to be happy and if so ho we can be so I suppose many people would say that the way to be happy Is to bo good but Is it certain that being good will make us happy and how must we be good and is there I any such thing as being good except lo do good I want to get the experiences of ...

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. — 2 July 1905

t I fl W 1i S jF Z I BLUE URA88 BLADE s A < TIII atPdr er gh EDITED and Asilaad ADVANUfast ast Sldo VOLUME XIV NUMBER 15 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 2 E M 305 S100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five fivei Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers 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 ad vise this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether yu are a new or old sub i scriber q fie cf publication 153 W Short St Lexington Kentucky ii Entered at the post office at Lexing ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat ter Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone 307 STRIKE ON IN TOLEDO CHURCH f Toledo May 4A full fledged sym pathetic strike is on at the Indus...

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. — 2 July 1905

I t BIBLE STORIES ARE MYTHS II Biblical Authors Were Romancers ofI the Highest Type Declares DrI 4C John W Peters irI 1 From Chicago Evening American I I Chicago ministers of the Episcopal faith were stirred today by the report from Now York substantiating the de i ° claratlon of the Rev John P Peters i pastor of St Michaels Protestant I Episcopal church In which he takes even more advanced grounds on the x matter of his repudiation of Hebrew legends than advanced In his book which received wldo circulation at the time of Its publication Devout Christian men and women t no longer accept these stories the t Hebrew legends as the historical re cord of events and not a few are con ing to doubt the historical character of the patriarchs or even of Moses Author Is Well Known g Dr Peter is wiaeiy Known among < theologians as a Babylonian explorer archeologist discoverer of the tablets of UrGur King of the city whence Abraham came when the Jewish race was founded discoverer of the site ...

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. — 2 July 1905

ABOUT THE ZACHARY i HAYNES MATTER New Hope Arkansas June 8 1905 Mr C C Moore Dear slrl see In your paper a libelous report concerning the prose cution of James W Zachary by sectar ian bigots and Infidels in southern southernI Kentucky I am reliably informed that C B Crossland was not employed by the court to take the testimony in the case of prosecution against J W Zach ary and that he took only part of the evidence of Miss Haynes and that the part which you published thatI garbled form of her evidence because you omitted to publish the fact that she swore on the stand that whatever happened between herself and Mr Zachary happened in the presence of Mrs L E Penn and her sixteen year old son and now sir if you are not a liar and slanderer a coward an a cur unwilling to do justice to a man whom you have wickedly malign ed I challenge you to print in your dirty Blue Grass Blade tho enclosed copy of the judgment of the court In the case about which you have made so much ado in your ende...

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. — 2 July 1905

r THE RATIONALISTIC MOVE MENT IN THE UNITED STATE I By Josephine K Henry Nothing Is more apparent to oven a casual observer than that the cs tabllshed Church of England and the Protestant Episcopal church In tho United States are rapidly drifting to Roman Catholicism Conditions In both these countries I give evidence that the Romanists and the Anglican Ritualists have a com plete understanding with each other To tho world the Romanists and tho Ritualists pretend to hate each other but actual conditions prove that It Is only a deeply laid Jesuitical game to land the Episcopal church in the bos om of Rome The High Church men all den that they are drifting to Rome and the Low Church men say the accusa tlon is correct and that the church Is being betrayed and bodily by Jesuitical methods into tho power of the Roman hierarchyThe The secular and religious press pore tray the signs of the times with great emphasisWhen When an influential and wealth Protestant sect gives every evidence 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. — 9 July 1905

1 T 1 d TTTjlOJLU uRls8 BLADE BDIII1C11 and tart At ° ll1 JIll raaSept65 TUB INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS L PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADYAXOM East VOLUME XIV NUMBER Side 6 0 n LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 9 E M 305 1100 A YEARi i TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers rj 50 cents each 250 for five Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers 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 ad vise this office giving your old as well as the new address addressi When you send your subscription say whether yu are a new or old sub Bffiife QJu Office of publication 153 W Short St Lexington Kentucky t Entered at the post office at Lexing + ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat ter Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone 307 AN ATLAS FOR 100 The Great No...

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. — 9 July 1905

h h s DOING GOOD I i i 1 Editor Moore I see that you have I tabooed everything old and new under the sun except the subject of being good and doing good You have ripped all the chords from your harp save the good string and to beat I you are plunking on that one the orchestra r It Is all right for bad people to turn + a new leafnot a fly leaf but for one who has a reputation for virtue and was sent to the pen for being good to cry to the sky to rain down goodness is incomprehensible Has Old Rigor Mortis been Inti mating to you that ho Is going to harvest you at the next cutting 8 Doing good Is all right keep right i keep right on at It but Go not do it F In public A fellow cannot make a r business of being good he must just go on and let the good ooze out inci dentally and not cackle like a laying i 1hen about the egg that she did or did not lay You do not drink nor smoke nor chow neither do I but tobacco Is j distasteful to me and if I liked It 1 would in all probability eat it lik...

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. — 9 July 1905

1 SAYS POVERTY IS THE CAUSE I CAUSEOF OF UNHAPpINESS t Manatee Florida June 2G 1905 C C Moore L Dear SIr1 have Just finished read ing the B G B of June 11 and en Joyed the paper more than usual I am glad that you are going to force the delinquents of two and three years y standing to pay up I hope you will run the paper In the future on a business basis and not r publish 4000 copies on the receipts of 2000 subscribers just in order to have I a large circulation It Is unjust to you as well as to the paying subscrib Iere 1I enjoyed your expression on our 1duties and on the way to be happy and I hope scores of your subscribers subscriberst will write you articles on the subject j We can gain new Ideas from each ilWe other that will be of much benefit and jf I believe that most every body can be made happier by trying to mako others happier but that cannot give us perfect happiness There are many things that cause unhappiness Bad health is one great cause of un 7happiness Poverty Is ano...

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. — 9 July 1905

flMENTGRS ARGUMENT GROWS INTO OWINTOFIST FIST FIGHT f Carl Carlson and Charles Davis Try To Settle Question of Ingersolls Deathbed Words by BattleEnd In Police Court Carl Carlson and Charles Davis were forced to pay 3 apiece into the treasury of Minneapolis because they could not agree as to what were Robert Ingersolls last words The two gentlemen In question were at Fifth avenue south and Wash ington Friday afternoon when the name of the famous Infidel was spok en Davis claimed that Ingersoll died without a word against God upon his lips and Carlson insisted that the famous man uttered words against the church and Christians on his deathbedThe The argument between the two be came warmer and warmer until it was very hot The men shook their fists and wagged their heads A crowd gathered and urged the men on Loud words were said and finally the two went together In a grand bet tie for the purpose of settling the question about Ingersolls death Clothes were torn hats broken and eyes bla...

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. — 16 July 1905

w t i i BLUE GRASS BLADE EDITED Bl A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADV ANOI VOLUME XIV NUMBER 17 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 16 E M 305 u a YEAr 4TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers sent ono year for 250 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 as the new address When you send your subscription say whether yu are a new or old sub scriber Office of publication 153JV Short St Lexington Kentucky 0 t Entered at the post office at Lexing ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat > ter f Address all communications to BLUE t GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone 307 s AN ATLAS FOR 100 The Great Northern Railway has Is sued an Atlas of 50 pages ...

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. — 16 July 1905

GOOD THINGS IN SOME OF MY EXCHANGES iIn the Humanitarian Review under J Y Y1 the head The Horrors of Sport Is 1 + + an article by Lady Florence Dixie e ragainst cruelty to animals a theme of Interest to all humanitarians and moralists If cruelty to animals went no further j than its effect upon the animals even then It should be opposed by all good people but cruelty to animals begets cruelty to human beings Lady Dixie whose name should make her known to us of the South has traveled In all countries and en gaged In the masculine sport of shooting large animals as our Ares 1 dent and some royalty have done Lady Dixie finally became ashamed of it and is using her influence in favor of kindness to animals She fittingly caricatures the hunting of these royal people who shoot the penned up game that is driven to c them themHer Her depiction of the sufferings of the hunted game is enough to touch any kind heart and arouse against those who cause such suffering for sportIn In the Liberal R...

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. — 16 July 1905

1 I Ii t WHOW TO BE HAPPY So you want nomo snort letters on How to Bo Happy Well Sir i there are several ways to be happy I and the quickest way Is to put a bottle of good beer under your vest and letI your stomach send happy thoughts up Into your cabeza either that or a titI tIe good Kentucky whisky for nothing changes mental conditions so quickly as spiritus frumenti in some form But this kind of happiness is tran scient and if you havo too much of It i there Is a reaction and your stomach sends up thoughts of a different kind Therefore it is not the way to find hap piness every day and all tho time so we must look for some other That happiness Is what the whole world wants and every body is trying to get I goes without saying But many lam i entable failures are seen everywhere jentablo Said Voltaire Would you tolerate life mortals forget yourselves and I I enjoy It There Is much wisdom in this remark for those people who are I I forever and at all times worrying o about their fut...

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. — 16 July 1905

c i V < < j J 4j 1 t1INCONSISTENT a INCONSISTENT WILSHIRE I recently had an editorial In which I commented upon the Inconsistent of the millionaire editor of Wilshlrei Magazine posing as a champion of tho poor man and In which I said Wll shire was editing his paper for mono just as editors generally do Immediately I got a letter from n Socialist who had read the article In which ho berated mo for saying Wll shire was editing his paper for money and stated positively that Wilshir was losing money by publishing his magazineI I sent the letter to my printer and two days after came Wilshlros Mat azlno for July containing an editorial headed How we do it for ten cents In which ho says ho is making now by the publication of that paper 3G M 000 a year and expects to be maKing 00000 a year by next November In that editorial he calls upon all to help to establish Wllshlros firm ly for It is all for the cause It may bo because I never was ver y strongminded and Am now getting to be supe...

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. — 23 July 1905

THHc4t 1 C 1 Hc4t 1 t > i f 1 b i 4 t r r BLUE GRASS BLADE W E I 3Jf rr A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A TSAB IN ADJAMM I Vdi UMEXIVSe SeLEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 23 E M 30511G1 YEAIt l1111l111 Cat SOPt05 0 I IM A ran j i TERMS OF THE BLADE V I Issue for one year 5100 < In clubs of five NEW subscribers s 50 cents each 250 for five Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 h Five new subscribers sent one year i for 250 r Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky h When you change your address ad vise this office giving your old as r well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether yu are a new or old sub scriber JOttce of + tihUJltJW1Fo3WShOrtSt ItfLexln ton Kentucky i 1 Entered at the post office at Lexing cton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat ter l h Address all communications to BLUE fi GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky f < Fayette Telephone 619 I s Cu...

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. — 23 July 1905

WOMAN AND THE THEBIBLE BIBLE A LANCE BROKEN ON BEHALF OF WOMAN BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY Continued from last Blade Now theres Lots wife The sa cred historian did not think her worthy of a name of her own Ma be Mrs Lot rejoiced In having her t Individuality merged In that of her husband Just as the women of our day who parade In newspaper soclet notes and Mrs Tom Mrs Dick and Mrs Harry Mrs Gov Mrs Gen and Mrs Dr Tha women of the ages who have been disposed to be rebellious have been warned with Remember Lots Wife But It has not warned wort a cent The woman with a will of her own and the woman with views Is hero in all her glory Any mar nod man will testify to that And i she Is here to stay When God de i termlncd to destroy Sodom and Go morrah with fire and brimstone the angel of the Lord warned Lot and hIs t family with these words Escap t for thy life look not behind thee + Mrs Lot disobeyed the angels com mand and woman like she looke back If the angel had told her to look back she woul...

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. — 23 July 1905

brated for having been gathered to their fathers The death and burial place of so 6remarkable a woman as Evo Is not mentioned Eve certainly could not liavo been gathered to her fathers for she had none Adams grave has been kept green for six thousand years for Mark Twain wept at Adams grave Women aro oblivious to the fact that It Is canon law which requires them to cover their heads In church as a token of their inferiority and subjection to man This degrading law may not dignify woman but It has helped the millinery business The origin of this command is found foundI In Genesis Iv There wo aro told that the sons I of God took as wives the daughters of men and begat mo giants who were instrumental in bringing about the flood Tho Rabbins held that the way of the sons of God that is the angels got possession of women was by seizing them by their hair so they commanded women to cover their heads in public so they might not be captured All other commands for the silence and subjection 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. — 23 July 1905

AN HONEST SETTLEMENT OF THE SCHOOL QUESTION From tho Southern Messenger In his sermon at tho opening of the Knights of Columbus convention In Los Angeles Archbishop M ntgom ery pointed out several ways In which the order might bo made a power for good almost beyond compu tatlon One of these and not the least Important Is energetic cooper tlon with the Church In tho cause of hrlstlan education Go to the American people our fellow citizens with this proposition namely that we do not want to de stroy our public school system but to broaden and deepen It That we want t i every child in the land educated that we do not want any division of the f school fund pro rata that secular and religious education must go along t together for all those who want it whilst secular training only shall re main for those who prefer it so that the State shall pay for secular edu cation but not one cent for religious InstructionAnd And how shall this be done I an swer Let the State prescribe tho kind and d...

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