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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 March 1907

t 1 J THE BLUE GRASS B L AID E b Published at Lexington Kentucky Every unday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up toof his death February 7 190G JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher I SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dy mall postpaid 150 per year in advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per ycear Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will bo published at the rate of 100 p inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applica tlon The publishers have the right to reject n ny and nil advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub scription has been paid up In advance The address slip on the paper will show subscribers the date of expiration of subscription Ba C5 numbers or numbers omitted will be sent...

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 March 1907

I 1i1 I 1 t rmCollies comes it will find the way to the altar and Mayor Bennet cuuuot control love by law To compel a man and woman to live together by law and with out love to share bed and board would be a grea ter crime than Sappho or Cleopatra ever dreamed of The reform mayor ought to apply the soft pedal or take up some new theory in agriculture Better to injure the soil than to inflict suffering upon the race On the other hand marriage is an individual right It is a right with which neither church or state have a right to interfere in any way Should issue result all the slate should do is to compel a support and maintainance and hero its duty ends Iowas experiment if it is put into operation will stand watching r r r r THE LODGE AND THE CHURCH 1 Affter a bitter complaint coming from the edi torial columns of the Christian Advocate against the fraternal beneficiary organization on the ground that they were in a measure antagonistic to the church by reason of men devoting more t...

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 March 1907

rv f 1 > i I I 4 PREIST Continued From Page One ing that some one did not Know when alive in tho body In expressing these views I cannot be accused of prejudice for 1 believed in it for thirty years and since I rejected it have renewed investigations only to oti be repelled with disgust 1 once asked S 1 Putnam what would convince him of the existence of spirits and a spirit world Nothing said he for such things cannot be demonstrated to tho senses And right here is a thought that is worth reflection If we are spirit beings clothed for the time being in bodies of llesh and blood why is it we cannot now see spirits with our spirit ual eyes as wel as the next instant af ter wo are dead low can spirit eyes be blinded now by the physical if we really have them and they como into use th moment we quit breathing Spirits if they exist should be able at all times to see each other in both worlds but alas we do not and can not use our spirit eyes until we ore dead if we do then It is singu...

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. — 31 March 1907

l n r i i < BL GRASS BLADE IIWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH arkOrep II t VOLUME XV NUMBER 51HIgh T IVLEXfNGTON KY MARCH 311907PUBLISHED WEEKLY uric A TEAK IN ADVANCE n I v i FIGHT FOR f OLD Wl r I j FACTIONS IN NEW YO CHURCH ftSwat Swat Each Other in the JJRP and Blood Flows for Possession o bntents of Contribution 1 MANY LOVE JESUS BUT T LOVE TWMONEY MORE 1 td front iuv lurk iruia A llatio encounter m uu aislo of thul Union Presbyterian lurch at Sixty sixth Street and Vood and Avunuu fti following a double collection taken up I rival faction und n wordy war over the receipts brought a lively climax yesterday morning to the trouble that bus been brewing in the congregation for several weeks The pastors faction who support icy Alexander Wnddell were first out in thc collection Held Their ushers appeared at the umal time with reg ular collection baskets and moved down the aisles from pew to pew Members faction theirolferings in the of this put buckets Members of the 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. — 31 March 1907

I IJ BLUE GRASS BLADE I Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday gyp SundayI gypFounded Moore ti Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton up r his death February 7 1906 t JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher r I SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mail postpaid 150 per year In advance Trial subscription 15 cents per month All foreign subscription postpaid 200 per ycear Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 10 9 per year each eachADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES raALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac ceptod will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon appllca c tlon The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinue 4 at the expiration of the term for which the sub scrIption has been paid up in advance The w address slip on the paper will show subscriber ° the date of expiration of subscription ...

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. — 31 March 1907

I J I I I wi rWhen When Paine left England ho did it to escape penal punishment at the hands of the British gov I I ernment because of his avowed friendship for I struggling humanity When Mr Aked left Liver pool he was wined and dined by divers other rev erends who secretly envied him his job Paine flew from danger and established a haven of peace and freedom Aked jumps from a government paid salary to a princely income for he has simply imitated thousands of other preachers before him by accepting a call to preach in a fashionable pulpit with an increased salary attachment At the Liverpool meeting we are told given upon the eve of his departure for New York his brother clerics insisted upon telling him that New York needs you and another added yes it needs you badly while some others asserted that ho was coming to America to fight the devil en I shrined in the almighty dollar and still others gave him words of encouragement to embark upon a bitter warfare against tainted money We 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. — 31 March 1907

2 Si L = = t a THANKS FOR BEING NOTICED I Another Contributor Finds an Argument from Miss Grohs Article and Proceeds ti to Discuss Her Views on Socialism f ix IT srr T ONE AFTER ANOTHER OF THE f HOME INDUSTRIES HAVE GONE BY EDNA PORTER Whenever I see anything either for or against Socialism is the Blade I am delighted and feel as a great man in England who once before he was so great had written something of which made loud in their attacks upon him His reply was I thank you for having noticed me So thanks to Laura Groth and to the Blade for the article and its publication Woman is gradually com 1 ing to the front and being heard from all sides so we may hope for more freedom and better conditions She was the first slave and her labor was the first exploited After nineteen years of the Chritian Era she is still a slave worst of all for the church On ly two weeks ago she was denied the right to read aloud her report at the meeting and the privilege to take oil k her hat In the last c...

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. — 7 April 1907

1 t j of 1 If T < fJ s < M t i A r fir j3LE GRASS BLADE ir 14 p 4y AQifnar WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH AOp r ADVANCEVOLUME w BLADE t r GETS IN ITS WORK Lady Passenger Demands That a Blade Reader be Put Out of a San Fran cisco street car CONDUCTOR REFUSES TO OBEY THE REQUEST By A Johnson Give fanaticism a chance and it will nd invariably expose its weakness The incident related affords a splendid il lustration of tho influence wrought t upon tho minds of ignorant believers in the Christian theory by legislation intended to bolster up and foster I rapidly failing creed In tho first place the angry woman had commitcd a gross breach of social etiquette but we are assured that an eavesdropper will sometimes hear things said of n derogatory character characteilconcerning concerning himself Had this woman attended to her own business strict she would have been spared strlCtlYj tnuliation but she evidently thought it her business to protect an Almightj Y and infinite ...

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. — 7 April 1907

Vt BLUE GRASS BLADE I Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up to i his death February 7 1906 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpaid 150 per year in advance Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each Trial subscription 15 cents per month All oreign subscription postpaid 200 per ycear = ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac L cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per < f inch per month unless by special contract when 1other and better rates will be quoted upon applica 01 tion The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub i scription has been paid up in advance The l address slip on the paper will show subscribers t the date of expiration of subscription Back numbers or numbers omitted will...

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. — 7 April 1907

rw pr tE + wtrr S SI r jty i 1i L 01ROAST thdi I GIVEN THE PARSON But Lawyers and Doctors come in for their full Share Only one Fifth of the male population Be lieve the Christian Religion p RELIGION OF CHRIST NEVER BEEN PREACHED 1i Dy Elbert Hubbard icyTito Philadelphia North American of itrecent date publishes the following in le teresting extracts from a well received fly 1nllllress given by FraElbertus a Hero are some of the Hubbordisms i gently thrown off by Fra Klbertus him uz self in his lecture on Doctors Law yers and Preachers which he gave to n goodlooking audience of 2100 in the Academy of Music last evening There U nothing permanent but changeDoctors Doctors charge 5 to 500 for simi of lar services lawyers take all you ve got and clergymen live on tips vec ofAccording to common report there are three learned professions mis hecalled because much of what they know he is not truce and one of them dosent ter The tery railroads pay full fare on the yet t Iellrencher rides on...

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. — 7 April 1907

r I i > w v < r 7w I tIMPORTANT 1 ANNOUNCEMENT After months of delay mouths of failure in an effort to get caught up with the Blade we are pleased to announce to our l wl readers that we are now in a better position to get the Blade out on time and give it more improved appearance We are making arrangements to inject into it a new life furnish more editoral writing and a general all round improvement While we have considered and do now that the Blade is the equal of any Freethought paper published in America not considering the price and superior to some we realize that there is much room for improvement and will now be able to make such im provements that may be necessary Our ambition is to make the Blade absolutely the best Free thought paper in America We also desire to get it more widely read To do this we are preparing to send out sample 1copies as many as the new postal law will allow and we ask that our friends and readers aid us in this effort It is not to be l expecte...

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. — 14 April 1907

iMFt r WB t s 1 g a i 44v i t r r 1 URABS BLADE Y sB bd key f i I ° g jjti WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH f 1 r VOLUME XVI NUMBER 1 LEXINGTON KY APIL141907PUBLISHED WEEKLY Erse A YEAR IN ADVANCE M1 SACRED BOSH IF SACREDthIFH THE HOLY1IBLE tq ti God Must Have Been a JVlerAiJgrentice and I Far from an Allround Up = toate Star MakerOid the Best llelL4Id but Was Mt withMany Diffi Ities i III k r MOORE SENT TO PEN FOR 4A CRIME HE DiafOT COMMIT lliy James Artt4ttvngJ As u creator of thing suns moons slurs pluhcis men animals plants ins cttl and germs God notwithstund ing hu was wise was an expeiiucuter lie tehs us BO in his own book for i you remember Genesis says that when Ihu Lord got through making the world hu saw that it was good Then again after he had madu Adam hu saw that it was not good for man to be alone in consequence of which lie ribbed up Eve to keep him company According to this and especially in view of the lact that God afterwards repented of having made the...

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. — 14 April 1907

V 4 rPlI P r I BLUE GRASS BLADE I i Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday 1Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chllton Moore up to his death February 7 1906 = JAMES a HUGHES EJltor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpaid 160 per year In advance Five new subscribers sent with one remittance at JlOO 9 per year each w Trial subscription 16 cents per month All orelgn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character ac cepted will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon applica lion The publishers have the right to reject any and all advertisements offered GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will be discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub scription 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 ...

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. — 14 April 1907

I 4 tl 1 a of socialistic topics in its columns that ho endorses the views and sentiments expressed by the several writers His liberality in affording an opportunity for such discussion may he inferred if not proven fronil the fact that he is not a socialist or an an i archist The editor of this paper is responsible forI no expression of opinion save that Which is found I to exist in the editoral column If the same prin ciples should be applied towards Freethinkers as some Freethinkers would have other Freethinkers apply towards those with whom they do not agree I we would he in a mighty poor way in this day and generation i There arc many socialists who are not Free 1 thinkers These enjoy reading discussions upon such subjects If by accident or design one of 1 these can he induced to read the Blade and take I a little Frecthought along with his own hobby by I and by to convinced that all religions are but sham a great gain has been made and this wa + one of 1 the principal motives ...

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. — 14 April 1907

F V d I t A pf > j < Editorial = COLD VICTUALS AND CHRISTIANITY Shall a negro servant woman be allowed to car r ry home cold victuals in a basket with which t to feed the man she is living with is a question that seems destined to break up the Negro Bap tist Church of this city The custom is an old one and white people of all denominations in the South have been compel ed to submit to it for years These cold vict uals do not merely consist of the scraps of meat and pie left over from a given meal but fresh hot coffee is made new biscuits are made potatoes cooked in excess of the familys demands a jar of preserves and a few eggs all go to make up the provender furnished the man at home by the I negro woman who cooks for you and for which a draft is made upon the white mans larder Oc casionally a petition is presented for an old pair of shoes a pair of pantaloons or some other art icles of clothing which Massa don erzackly want and in this way the man at home is fed housed and c...

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. — 28 April 1907

BL LJE GRASS BLADE4Y tth aer WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH h1jQp Eittt ifs VOLUME XVI NUMBER 3 LEXINGTON KY APRIL 28 1907PUBLISHED WEEKLY arse A YEAR IN ADVANCE TTiii WHAT ABOUT HIM Admirable Discussion of What Men Can Possibly Know of His Alleged s leged Real Character iiGIVEN BEFORE LOS j r ANGELOS LIBERAL CLUB By C Severance What can wo know of the real Jesus of Nazareth Is the question before the house It Is easily answered wo do not know that there ever was a real Jesus and out side of the New Testament there is nothing to bo found in reference to the real or the mythical Jesus I regard Jesus as just ns much of a myth as Satan alias our ancient friend the devil and refuse to believe the stories at tributed to him or in his real indivi dual existence If such a man ever lived it is not only remarkable but positively astound lug that he should have escaped the historians ao ice Grcfit characters have often had humble origins but when a muu appeared on this earth and...

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. — 28 April 1907

t f II i i W I w BLUE GRASS BLADE Published at Lexington Kentucky Every Sunday Founded 1884 and edited by Charles Chilton Moore up t ° his death February 7 1906 n JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By mall postpaid 160 per year In advance t4 ° Five now subscribers sent with one remittance at 100 per year each Trial subscription IB cents per month a All orelgn subscription postpaid 200 per yeear ADVERTISING RATES ALL ADVERTISEMENTS of whatsoever character RC r ceptod will be published at the rate of 100 per Inch per month unless by special contract when other and better rates will be quoted upon appllcj tlon The publishers have the right to reject an y and all advertisements offered 111 GENERAL BUSINESS RULES ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Blade will bo discontinued at the expiration of the term for which the sub scrlptlon has been paid up In advance The k MAKE ALL money orders drafts checks eetc payabl t fi to JAMES E HUGHES Lexington Ky as this < r will facilitate ...

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. — 28 April 1907

UI r Tis I I I Icnte11 > riso and clergy while the devoutly pious I hind insanely religious regard them with st jjersti I tious awe and esteem them us of high rcgaru solely solufyj j because of their source r These arc the main causes why so many ripply the narrow and illconfined symmetry of parish ofr r young and grown eiupre states From iteha t source comes all the relgious legislation of tic sev eral state assemblies From the same source eiuan 1source gods in constitutions sabbath lawn pro hibition craze and the thousand and one political i enterprises of church organizations Failing to h impress convince and satisfy by sound argument of the supposed truth contained in the various doc trines taught the cohorts of religion fall back up Oil the Jaw and strive to enforce by a policemans bludgeon that which so many have nothing but contempt for The methods employed and the j arguments used repel against of attract and I the result is bound to he an open opposition to church influe...

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. — 28 April 1907

r r t I JESUS Continued From Page One Nothing resembling love about such a spirit but this was the same Jesus that advised other people to love their enemies though ho wanted to slay his Slay you know means to kill to put to death to destroy as the lexicon informs us so the meek nod lowly Jesus had his periods of bloodthirslines Is it any wonder then that his follow ers in all ages have partaken of this spirit and blood has flowed freely be cause of religious intolerance No and of all the religions that ever cursed this earth ami produced hatred and enmity between man and man none has such a cruel and bloody record as the religion of Jeans Christ None was ever more intolerant and all religions are the most intolerant things on earth for each claims to reveal the will of flOlI and that fact shuts off debate or controversy Believe or be damned says Christianity and that iall the liberty you are given There is nothing in the worlds literature so unfeelingly intolerant as this passage a...

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. — 5 May 1907

4 < Ji i It ii i1 t BLUE GRASS BLADE EYt 1 1or u llb pale J LWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH r VOLUME XVI NUMRER 3 IIC I LEXINGTON ID kY MAY 5 1907PUBLISHED WEEKLY 150 A YEAR IN ADVAKC I BIG BILL TAFT I Americas First Ambassador to the Pope by the Glace of Roosevelt r 4VLJ The War Secretary and Prospective President Ad = dresses a Y M C A Meeting and Pretends to Tell Why He Went to Canossa but I He Didnt Tell Half rI f I jI AFFORD TOLERATION JvilEN GRAFT IS DISTRIBUTED t By Dr J B Wilson No politician Is so prominent before tho public eyo just now as Judge Wm H Taft Ho is Roosevelts pro tege for tho Presidency and millions of good people want him Roosevelt M this Is the most sporadic disease now prevalent in this republic It has 0made plain the fact that the one man cpower is far more potent in this country than we have heretofore ww w admiration aid preference Sec Taft on tho basis of his own merits but when pillions flop to him just because Roosevelt favors him thu...

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