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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 January 1907

I THE BLUE CRASS BLADE J u PmMlikei at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday i Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilto Moon up n Ilia death February 7 IDOl f 1 JAMBS I HUOH1S Editor ud PubUehe I t 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 7 I i By mail postpaid 150 per year ia advaaeer Trial subscription 15 cents per month tzi d AU foreign subscription postpaid 9200 per year i gi Five DeW subscriber seat with one remittance at fl00 jper I x year each iI t 1 ADVERTISING RATES i > 0 ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character aceepte < I pwill be published at the rate of 100 per inch per I month unless by special contract when other and bet ter rates will be quoted upon application The p1b llsfaera have the right to reject any and all advertte 1 meats offered It GENERAL BUSINESS RULES I > ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscriptio f f baa been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration ...

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 January 1907

f P > t entirety it can be termed a Paine Memorial < the strictest sense I No man has been more misunderstood andj misrepresented than was Paine and the more w propogate the truth concerning him the more J and glory the cause of human liberty will The church denies him common justice It i duty to see that he gets it All orders for extra copies should reach u I later than January 26 that they may be pro tabulated in time to send them with the re edition of the paper Keep your eye on the I Mcmorial issue < N A N N AUTONOMIST WILL RESUME With sincere pleasure the Blade is premiti I announce that the favored periodical and Se magazine Armstrongs Autonomist will be rfej again in January with prospects for a conti publication The Autonomist was ever and always a sty champion of human rights and a merciless ex of frauds and fakes Its meritorious contribute to say nothing of the writings of its editor mW a welcome visitor With improved facilities publication the Autonomist makes 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. — 13 January 1907

r J 1 tJ 4 JI f t c FFORM > FOR A NEW PRAYE Made In Answer To Secretary Shaws I Remarkable Notion Of Offering Prayer To Subvert National Prosperity CEMENT THE BOND OF GOVERNMENT AND MONOPOL r BY DR T J BOWLES In a rcent speech at Washington city Secretary Leslie M Shaw said to his audience audienceTo To those who still pray get dow + on your knees and pray to God to save the country from its prosperity rr < i r quest the following prayer has been a suggested by one of the greatest and best men in the United States and I r rearnesUy advise all praying people to paste it In their hats and If possible r s commit it to memory so as to be In s rA readiness wtoen unexpectedly called on to pray in a religious or political ai f v Qitsembly oC O God we come to Thee at Secre tary Shaws request on our bended knees and Implore Thy mercy We ask J Thee 0 God to save this country frOm x4 + us but If Thou cannot in the pI enti1 tude of Thy mercy save this country iroin us then we beseech Thee...

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 January 1907

E i 1 < w I IIIIIIIIIIII 4 i ji I iA 1 t f GRASSrBLADE l ffT rrnerel r TRULHd as VOLUME XV NUMBER 41 asf LEXINGTON KY JANUARY 20 1907 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEA R IN ADVANCE + ROME BOOK PRAISED BY PRESS AND PEOPLE i Opinion Upon Its Merits As a Contra f button To American Freethought Literature and Its Value For j Real Missionary Effort In the Cause of Intel lectual Freedom READ WHAT OTHERS SAY AND IF YOU HAVE NOT A COPY GET ONEf y The value of tae Rome Book by Dr J B Wilson to the cause of Free thought Is amply demonstrated by the many comments made upon It bL the Frcethought press of America and the numerous commendatory let ters that are coming In from Free thought publications over the land The Blade has urged from time t0of time the necessity of securing a wider distribution of this book as a mission i ary undertaking for It Is well calcu lated to open the eyes of the orthodox wherever one can be found with cour age enough to read It The book ought tOjthdve another edition 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. — 20 January 1907

f rI THE BLUE GRASS BLADE f HPnbliihed at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to i I his Heath February 7 1006 i JAMES B HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12 By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance t Trial subscription 115 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per perf ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted r will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per J month unless by special contract when other and bet < ter rates will be quoted upon application The phb l Ushers have the right to reject any and all advertise j menta offered D < offeredGENERAL GENERAL BUSINESS RULES 11 SUBS CRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at f the expiration of the term for which the subscription has been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Back num...

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 January 1907

I gone and a greater tolcrtition exists by rea son thereof If the church remains unwilling to submit to the new order of things then the church must accept the consequences such refusal must entail and they will fall upon their own head The signs point to no conciliatory movement on the part of the government no matter how much the Iipnrt may desire it Clemenceau and his cabinet have spoken and their edict has been heard by the church nil over the world Let the church heed t WORKING ON A COLD TRAIL Upon the principle of the Pharisee who entertain ed the notion that all mankind was steeped in sin and iniquity with himself as the only righteous exception and then is said to have thanked the Lord that he was not like other men Dr VV Mon tague Geer a preacher of St Paul Minnesota has started out upon a crusade to save female steno graphers from the social sin by on overindulgence with their gentlemen employers and seeks to play grandfather to the young women of the day in just a general...

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 January 1907

i dO I ROME BOOK Continued From Page One uirough Europe without the trouble and expense of goingI Is he not about the first real Ameri can who ras crossed the pond and I showed us what he really saw and I what things are over there Mark Twain did pretty well but he I was too funny to be vivacious This book gives us the truth of a photo with the wit and humor of a cartoon Most people go to Europe out of love for its traditions Dr Wilson was i sent to report on those conditions and the best of a world they have made and ho has done that as nono other ovor did As President Roosevelt would say Huff sed Read that book Letter From M Ezekiel the Noted Sculptor Rome December 3 190C My Dear Doctor Wilson Your fine book A Trip to Rome has given me very great pleasure b y its frank open and acute observations I of Roman conditions of today Emlnlo Trollo Podrecca and Do Ba sis are all very much interested in your book and each will review it They send you many congratulation and good wishes in ...

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 January 1907

i 71Y 4p li i W tI n t BL i1 l f E GRASS BLADE Illgla A T Parker A I1n Aa4lan f Sepol WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH 1Qat SId VOLUME XV NUMBER 42 LEXINGTON KY JANUARY 27 1907PUBLISHED WEEKLY 9 150 A YEA R IN ADVANCE = Brigthest Jewel That Gleams in Prod Columbias Crown of Glory M Through the Efforts f Thomas Paine the Shadow of Old Glory Now Falls Protectingly Onjkmerican Homes fft C it Ik f 1 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + PAINES RELIGIOUS CREEDS f I believe in one God and no more and I hope for happiness beyond this life 1 I believe in the equality of man nndl believe that religious duties consist in doing justice loving mercy and endeavoring to make our fellpui erect ores happy I But some perhaps will say Are we to have no word of Godno revelation 1 I answer Yea there is a word of God there is a revelation 4 wlhe word of God is the Creation we bdjiofd and and it is in this word which no human iinypntion can counterfeit or alter 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. — 27 January 1907

L IIi l I THE BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Suday founded 1884 and edited by Charles CHltoa Moore up to b1a death February 7 1001 JAMES E HUGHES Kitor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION KATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial lub8criptiOD 15 cents per month AU foreign subscription postpaid floo per yea Five new subscriber sent with one remittance at 100 per e year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per month unless by special contract when other and bet + ter rate will be quoted upon application The pib x cc lichen have the right to reject any and all advertise menu offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES 1SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscription has been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Back numbers or numbers omitted will be sent if ask...

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 January 1907

jli 7N 1 L f In Advance of the Intelligence of His Day Swerved Washington Into the Belief That America Ought To Be Free and IndependentAs Time Rolls On i He Will be More Honored Gave Us Knowledge and Made Us Free and Strong By Co ARMORY STEVENS Thomas Paine born at Thctford England 1737 first visited American in 1774 In 1776 he publish ed Common Sense which won the friendship of Washington Jefferson Franklin Lafayette and j I good citizens generally Congress appointed hirh Secretary of Foreign Affairs In 1787 he visited France where he took an active part in that na tions politics also In 1791 he published thir Rights of Man1 I the most famous of all replies to Burkes Reflections on the French Revolution In 1792 he was admitted to the National Conven tion of France having been invited to represent lib loss than four different districts of that country In that convention he supported the Republican Girondists At the trial of Louis XVI Thomas Paine generously proposed what would have ...

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 January 1907

r Y H T Clerical Lies About Paine Makes Him Better Known Two Statues Have Been Erected To His Memory In Last Few Years = Religious Hatred Makes Freedoms Love More Intense = None Shine I More Resplendent Than He Who Guided Our Infant Feet In Freedoms Path Paine Emerging From the Religious Conspiracy of Silence By J B WILSON the memory of a man This issue is defeated to that brightens the who left behind him a name commands an track of time a man whose genius admiration and whose character ever growingadmiration commands a deep and lasting respect in the histo Perhaps there has been no name in world that has been so of the of the public men calumny calumniated and traduced The very that has been employed to render his name despisi ble among men has only served by contrast to of the summer brighten his glory As the great planet mer skies shines with increased splendor through night clouds so the name of the rifts of stormy Paine blackened and obscured by lying fanaticism breaks through...

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. — 3 February 1907

l1lI 1 bt < irttt jIJ t n i f iit d t c mi t 9 iitI Iirttt h ii t 7 < n l 1 1 I t r ffI BLUE GRASS BLADE It t r ParWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTHti lflldlilllo lilllo R VOLUME XV NUMBER 43it lSt IaLEXINGTON c SIdLEXfNGTON KY FEBRUARY 3 1907 PUBLISHED WEEKLY rso A YEA R IN ADVANCE r CRAPSEY NOW FIGHTS BACK Declares the Church Is Not Moral and Plays FavoriteAlways Wants Everything For NothingHe Gives Sharp Retort EVEN THE THOUGHT OF GOD IS IMMORAL REPRODUCEDw I Inspired apparently by his freedom to speak out his beliefs without trespassing passing on the clerical laws of his i church the Rev Dr Algernon S Crapsey who was deposed as a clergy man in the Episcopal church for here sy made a remarkable attack on the dogmas of the Ciirlstlan churches 1c a lecture at a local theatre tonight That the Christian religion as ex pressed in presentday dogmas of the ee Christian churches is neither pure enough for the enlightened conscience of the present ago and that the doc tr...

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. — 3 February 1907

d t i I t > > i THE BLUE GRASS BLADE I Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to his death February 7 1906 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per year Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per a > year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character accepted will be published at the rate of 100 per inch per uonth unless by special contract when other and bet 11cIr rates will be quoted upon application The pftb li hers have the right to reject any and all advertise meats offered offeredGENERAL GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIOINS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the subscription has been paid up in advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of jsubscription Back numb...

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. — 3 February 1907

J c l I 3 TT = 7 < i < i t p 1 1r 4 J ij t t MP J 1 101 Jf < Iit 1it 7 th f < i j 1 motto of Revolutonary times Liberty Equality and Fraternity is to be substituted for the former C orders having been given to the directors of the French mints to so govern themselves accordingly r This is as it should be and when Americans can p cease to yield homage to a gross superstition by dropping the CI Anno Domini and the ClIn God we trust notions they can breathe the same air of freedom our French brothers and sisters enjoy I The New York World in an editorial on this subject declares that it is an evidence of the wave of irreligion in France and assert that it is the most radical antiChristian innovation it is par I excellence Having gone this far not let the French f government abandon the Christian calendar and I commence a new system of dating or chronicling I events as they did a century ago and begin once to date from the Clyenr of the Republic It is a new era that the Fren...

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. — 3 February 1907

r ape c 7 I iJJ Jc J I tJIrM s 1 Jtif J 7 ikt t > i n Ot J < I < THE RELICIOUS MAN Continued From Page One I I t The mere fact that he does not know It does not alter the situation YouI need not Imagine that I want to tryI and make you think uncharitably of all the people who are not quite so c creligious as you are I can well under stand how any lady or gentleman would say when I described the Irre > ligious man Ah thats Jones I I dont want you to be uncharitable to Jones who might be an agricultural f laborer or a business man lie might be following In his own blunt way db mightI own Instincts he might be doing the work of the Universal Power and might be doing It In a more efficient I 3way than the man conscious of It who i brought his own mind on It while the 1fiI rate man might be doing some t r thing to defeat the Power that Is try If Ing o drive him iiI am now going to say one or two things with regard to my own particu lar belief You might call It fantastic s pap...

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. — 10 February 1907

1IIIIIIII i JIfI t til ire JP BL U j3J GRA 88 BLA E lIUIl Z tsbinffrtaatS814 WE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH u k I uu VOLUME XV NUMBER 44LEXNGTON Kl FEBRUARY 10 1907PUBLISHED WEEKLY 8150 A YEAR IN ADVANCE + t WOMAN ANSWERS ROOSEVELT f Is Party To a Trial Marriage and DIs cusses Presidents Views On Theories of Race Suicide Wageearners Cannot Af ford To Rase Faml lies NO ROOM FOR CHILDREN RICH MOST TO BLAME NEWS dLIPPING One of the most deeply Interested friends of the Blade residing In New York City being personally acquaint ed with the lady concerned in the article herein reproduced as well as her husband has sent us the follow ing from the columns of the New York Evening World Her Marriage Contract F The form of marriage contract made and entered Into by husband and wife In the presence of witnesses as Inaugurating the system of trial mar rlages The Mans Pledge I declare before these witnesses 1that I Herbert Newton Casson take x Lydia Klngsmlll Commander as my t wife ...

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. — 10 February 1907

Mr j rI THE BLUE GRASS BLAD < Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday I Founded 1884 and ec led by Charles Chllton Moore up to < his death February 7 1900 1 J tf JAMES E HUGHES Editor and bllsber JK 4 4 SUBSCRIPTION n TESr P rf f W By mall postpaid 150 per year In J l Trial subscription 16 cents per month I All forelsn subscription postpaid 200 per r ac Flue new subscribers sent with one emma eat 100 I J 4 per year each I 0 i t ADVERTISING tATII 1 V ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac tf jf cepted will be published at the rate of jflOO per 4 Inch per month unless by special contract when f 1 i other and better rates will be quoted upofi appllca rt tlon The publishers have the right toereject any < and all advertisements offered jEj > i r o I1 GENERAL BUSINESS RULES mu ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub scription has been paid up In adv ceoThe address slip on the paper will show 8ibscrlbers t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 February 1907

t 1 piJit f t 1tr tM M Jtli f rPeters of New York when lie threw aside the chains of mental slavery with which his brain had been fettered so long Only the brave will give up a position of ease and luxury to brave public sentiment in matters of mentality Eor thousands of years the free thingers of the world have borne the brunt of this mighty battle their feet have trod down the thons that jUl its may pass on unwounded and they have blazed th trail up the mountain side of progress that they who followed after might easier i travel Now we are prone to observe that one by one the stars arc falling from the firmament of orthodoxy and leave only darkness and superstition behind them In the quietude of night gazing upward at the eternal vault above we observe myriads of ofstars theI I most part these are immovable In their relative position with the earth they are practically fixtures Here and there one will shoot across the sky leav ing a trail of light behind it only to disappear nervc...

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. — 10 February 1907

F a r s t < A n I FUNERAL ADDRESS Continued From Page One age of S4 Nature was kind to her because she lived a life In harmony i j with nature She was well Informed i benevolent optimistic kind and lov ing Good humor shone In her countenance and her presence was like a ray of sunshine Sue was In sympathy with all that was noble and good lived life to the full and assist reed others to noblor heights She f 1 thought kindly of those who differed I from her and was charitable toward human mistake and error She was a loving mother whose children rise up and call her blessed She was the k kind of woman the world will ever A need for Its health happiness peace and progress a Where has the soul of this good woman gone The Christian reply Is She believed not She has gone to suffer forever and ever In a lire that Is never quenched My reply IS I do not knowfor who shall bring man to see what shall come after him Whether the black night of dcatii be bordered with the golden shadows of the m...

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. — 17 February 1907

1 1 tr r l11r < < fi 0 i e k J f 4J BLUE U R ADD BLADEI r f i rarxerWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERRO AND ESTABLISH TRUTH ghadd ASblitldESe f tr ast SItr SI d PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEA R IN ADVANCE r VOLUME XV NUMBER 45LEXINGTON KY 0 FEBRUARY 1907PUBLISHED r WHEN f t WAS JESUS BORN r Careful Analysis of Evidence Offered on the SubjectDiscussion of the Alleged Facts Given by Cano nical New Testament THE ONLY TRUTHFUL AND CONSISTENT ANSWER By CHARLES O HAYS Perhaps a thought which most rare V ly engages the attention of our people ke1S that concerning the origin of our era thelllD07th lllD07th year of our era which sup rtf posedly dates from the birth of Jesus IfChrist but which in Reality is an as sumption established by general ac lr > ceptanco only as In all the wide do a main of history it finds no word of t confirmation This may seem a bold statement and one which should be made only after a most careful review of all the t facts available to us which may in Y anyway bear upon th...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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