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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 February 1902

r J 1I I 1 r tRl 1 J V If r iJfiiJJNvy t Ii I t 1z NJ J It 1 0 1 t t t t 1 i 1 V j 1 J k i I t fIi t BLtE GRA88 I BLADE t t t tDO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THe DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS t THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO OO GOODLY RELIGION TOM PAINE l AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WOK OF MANINGERSOLL Iurt T 20sep 02 EDITED BY A HEAT fti R lr DIm1nJFGOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOL X NO mi LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY FEBRUARY Hi E M02100 A YEAR I I II TERMS OF THE BLADE I I 00G I I G 260I fIn TEKMtJnuo per year In advance in clubs of nye M cant j foreign sub I aorlptton 1511S Misty All MONEY ORDHBs drafts and Ii andExpress IprelJs payable to the Bivi w wgRAWI icyDo eC DO NOP order your paper dlacontlaaed raflr8ontinued without prying all arrears 5 THA DATa on addre88z printed address 1 lethe the time t of nplratlon of snb your liD aotiptlo6r Warn you chin your addreae advise thte ounce tvln R old a8 well as ndNI dftlll tttdruaa I I as oa B llfId jour iubiortpttoa n trim ire ...

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 February 1902

r J v sa i I 4 I rr iI i lID BLTJBGIIASS BLADE I x I WOMAN AND CHRISTIANITY BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY There Is no assertion more flc quently mode and emphasized than that the present advanced and ell vatcd position of woman Is duo enth ly to the Christian religion This claim has been made so orten i 1tllltt It passes current as fact ami the mass of women never think of ques Mining It r Yet there are two shies to ever question It sometimes happens thnt even the theologian and hlstorlai in their enthusiasm arc long on tSSer tlon and short on proof It Is a matter of fact that the nn tlons which treat women with the most consideration arc all civilized nn tlons These questions then natumllr arise Have the teachings of the DI ble advanced or retarded the eman clpatlon of women Has the Bible teaching dignified 1 degraded the mothers of the race If the condition of woman Is hlglteSt in Christian civilization Is it Chris tlanlty or is it civilization which has accordedto woman the most consill e...

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 February 1902

J if W T t 1 lit + yfnr i t l HBLUE GRASS BLADE 1 TOLSTOI AW THE POPE ABOUT TO DIE I As I write this February rthe pa t pens report that Tolstoi amd the 1 opoth all1l1 are about to die L Tolstoi la the most prominent infidel I In the world and tho Pope V the most prominent Christian In the woSrld The Christian world Protestant and atho Hc are agreed that Tolstoi wlllwiffcr forever unspeakable anguish In flro and brlmeslone The Catholic parof the Christian World which Is much tl fI larger part of It all liellevo that thA Pope will go to heaven and be un1 speakably happy eternally The I rot f estant part of the Christian wor ldor which claims to be the more Intel II gent part of It bellevo that tho PopoI will go to hell just as they believe E T o I stol willt t Tolstoi was born and Educated 4ern Catholic JFo had the very finest a ILex I vantages to understand the Blbl 1dolln d could read It anti did read It the la Iand a guages In which It was written Heour a ranks as one of tile prof...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 February 1902

I IJ1 t > l 1 IR > ij j I 1 BLUE GRASS BLADEi = t I t eyes and Ills faro like Lincoln scarred It vonlil mein with a liu tired years of burdening sorrow Whell he grows anlniatoil nntl speaks of wrongs und oppression the lilies IOW v ° marked tilt deep sot eyes protrude anti flame and he compels tile hearers to feel just what he feels lie present Paine In a broad light dwelling IUlgely upon the political and economic Imps tance of his writings It was a mastt ful address received with rapturo applause and It will forever be a 11 t + Bret to those who heard It that no copr of It was taken r Really great men are few In mr c opinion Darrow stands among 4 hl greatt Paine Memorial was a grand so y v cess and will live long In the mem Ills of all who attended It I a MONDAYS PROCEEDINGS The convention convened prompt nt 10 a m and the forenoon was spent r In hearing and discussing the resole tlons and giving a name to the 01 I ganlzntion There were some warm diE i hating upon the select...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 February 1902

1 1 1 5 I I h p 1 > tr 1 I 1 i L BLUE GRASS BLADE 11t11te1 A11 DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS m i I r J r5i qsep 02 lTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RElIGIONTOM PAINE f i i 23 W Mlllm MAN INGERSOLL < AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF 2 t EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST DF 000D r MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCEV i I VOL XL NO1 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23 E M 302 X100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE I I 1 Iii fur nue ytur 9100 IiII It W60 TKftMHflUO per YOlr in advance a In club of MTO N cant foreign sub IlorlpUoD 1W i MARK ALL MONEY oKiiitua drafts and f Rxprbija orders payable to the Hum c OIIANH BLADE Lexington fBLUR Ibu NOT order your paper discontinued mi without paying all arrears IHAY HXT8 on prititea addreaa tub la 1 XthetlHuf expiration of your s alb fttiw rr mi Jon 0 hissk 6Y ear adQress advise Hdl1Ottlcegl i Old as M allu Ae JalWr8llii s i7 ii yoituad yt wr tiaortpttoa iRy ther yok e 1 Jr erM4 sab rriUM or pabHa iio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 February 1902

< I r I I i a BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 SUPERSTITION An address delivered at the Congre of the National Liberal Party Cln clnnntl Jan 27 1902 BY DR E A WOOD The history of Superstition Is th history of mans long struggle fr011l deepest savagery and darkest Igno rahce up through all the painful jOllr ney toward tho light of science nnll growing Intelligence It has been a pitiful and cruel path way this journey every step has been marked by a trail of blood every man has tried to advance tried to clear away the mist of Ignorance from the brain has had to pay the penalty or death Imprisonment or ostracism ac cording to the ago in which he Ihed How many ages passed before any advance was ever made whatever can only be a conjecture but the firsr doubt was the first step In advance Fear has been the beginning of nil Superstition and aM worship anl1 also when superstition became esta llshert that very fear kept it alive so fear and superstition have alwars walked hand dn hand Ignorance Is alwa...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 February 1902

J vi f i I I I I I I BLUE GRASS BLADE Ii t I ithlR afternoon liecnusc they woro un able to get Into tho Church or Our Lady queen ot angels where a relic of St Anthony of Padua was expose 1 for veneration The relic Is a very j small hit If bono of the forcarin about the length and breadth of a lit I Ho finger nail and was obtained by the Capuchin friars of tho church In I East Thirteenth street after many pe tltlona from a very reverend superior of tho Basilica In Padua Italy It i v was received on Saturday and was placed today In Its glass case on the altar of the special chapel of St An thony on the left of the church with appropriate ceremonies Three ojcloclc was tho time set for the special service and before that hour the church was packed to the doors At the head of a solemn pro cession the relic was borne to Its placd on the new altar of St An thony of Padua Father Denaventuro Frey preached a sermon In German and Rev Dr Wall of the church of Holy Rosary spoke In English He iti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 February 1902

vy Ay N t BLUE GRASS BlADE i I LETTER Read Before the National v Liberal Party To tho National Liberal League In Congress assembled at Cincinnati All Hall Defenders of Freethought As one of your members on the Pa chile const I am with you today In thought and feeling and the pen conveys sentiment that the tongue lacks power IP express because of distance You have assembled for the purpose ol doing a great and needed work In the I field of Freethought for organization Is ever was and ever will be the basis of power In any movement that engages human effort and attention There Is no other way to accomplish great re 1 sults but In the union of effort and If Freethinkers would be a power in tillI land with prestige and influence among their fellow men they must unite and work together It matters little how numerically strong the Free thinkers of the United States are un less the cohesive power of organiza tion binds them and gives force to ac tion for Individual effort Is a weak and pun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 March 1902

w r ri 44 I BLUE GRASS BLADE i Varltcv A T O 02 y 02i DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS i l I 20 TV Main NrhTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE 1 T 5 s w AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL 4 ifl V < EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS i PUDLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE c IVOL XI NO 3 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY MARCH E M 302 8100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE II1s8ue for one year 100 6II u 260 TI2RMHfl00 por year In advance lu clubs of ttvo CO cent foreign sub scription 160 MARK ALL MONEY ounBiia drafts and Express orders payablo to theBLUn QHASS JHADB Lexington Ky DO NOT ordor yonr paper discontinued without paying all arrears THAT OATH on printed address tab la the time ot expiration of your sub + scription WHEN you change your address addle a e thin office 8ylng o dUxi1lfol pe wv I u olI or IC4 WHKN you Bend your subscription say 3 whether you are a new or old sub i 6 scriber ° i OFFICE of publication ISO K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 March 1902

< roo 14 t dr 5 f r e IIIBUJE GRASS BLADE u DISCUSSION IN THE COLUMNS OF THE COM MERCIALTRIBUNE OVER THE LATE FREETHOUGHT CON GRESS BETWEEN RABBI PHILIPSON AND DR WILSON RABBI PHILIPSON ON FREE THINKERS 4 Says Their Declarations Are Hollow t Words and Sounding Brass Yesterday morning Rabbi Phlllpson gave special attention to some thoughts which were brought upper > most by the recent convention of free thinkers held In the city and his ser mon was In part as follows There is much cheap skepticism I Ii abroad During the past week there met in our city a convention of so i called free thinkers who would read I God out of the universe and who de t I TClare religion a wo n out fiction I F have no quarrel with them personally A y but only with their presumption Some of their positions are unexceptional as when they condemn war recom 0 mend arbitration and call for the sep unexceptionalI particular They also declare against rr 4i anarchy saying that the anarchy Jf < which resorts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 March 1902

i t f i ft ja BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 11 LETTERS READ 1Before the National Lib l eral Party I I Buffalo N Y Jan 20 1902 Y My Dear Dr Wilson J hud anticipated much pleasure In r being with you In the consummation of F the now organization but at the last t moment I am compelled to Bund my 1 HEGRETS HEGRETSr REGRET Is on overy bodys mind and In everybodys mouth and has been from time Immemorial It In reported that the Lord made man and then repented of It Jesus also regretted not having accepted the thoI vast domain offered by the devil Tay lou Ho also regretted having prayed III the garden of Gethsemane for It WIIH not answered Judas betrayed his Lord and Master and then regret I iil It The IHble Is full of regrets amid Its publication was probably an 4 Important furtor In coining the word which Is In commouparlanee Its significance was recognized by till 4gllut Greek philosopher Socrates at I Athens You will remember on ono oc t casion a young man approached him I and said Your honor I h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 9 March 1902

IK Ic 1 rv M P > s 11 BLUE GRASS BLADE CONDENSED LETTERS Klmball S DIlnd within 1 to continue the Blade JESSE mATT Novlnvllle Iowa Yours is a goo II paper and I wish It success MTNNt E M MOORE MOOREFIncaatle FIncaatle OhloI nm anxious to d o what I ran to assist In the good worl e E H KIMBERLY Bodle Cal Enclosed find 1 to co n n tlnue Blue Grass Blade couldnt kee p rte house without ItI M SMITH I Pontlnc 111 send you a subscribe and enclose you 1 and some stamps GEORGE EDELSTEIN JRlchlal1t Center Wls Enclosed find J fl for Blade and 25 cents for Crime 01 f Credulity ROBERT S CASEY J > AVincennes IndI like to read the frfJ7Dlade and I renewed my subscriptloi r for another yenrGlw B JUDSON f Geneva Nehl Inclose 1 If Wi 1 have another union I hope it will in tK crease I nm 75 years old JAME 3 f1f HOLMES J tBenton Harbor 1IIchl send stamp s stampyf j 1Wayscarver Your paper has improve l tW 1000 fold since January 199W M f7 JrCONIY ji Circlevllle OHae Just read Slstei 1 Semple Gets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 March 1902

y t Wd ir1 ri t tfTj Cf > < I J > < > f4f to 1f yl C < C i fL lo j it f < iIi r to > BLUE CKRASS BLADE t < r i < lJDO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS r I Inrkor AT 20iI11OTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE 23 W MultIAN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST f WORK OF MANINGERSOLL c PEDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOODMORALSPUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 L f F VOL XI NO 4 LEXINGTON KY e SUNDAY MARCH 16 E M 302 1100 A YEAR f TERMS OF THE BLADE I 1 issue for one year 100 a j 6as II II U 260 1 r TKBMSrsll00 per year in advance In cluba of five fiO oont foreign anb eoriptlon 1X0 r MAKE ALL MONEY ORDBRS drafts and eft Express orders payable to the BLUE GRA8B BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper dlsoonUaned without paying all arrears ITHAT DATa on printed address tab U the time of expiration of your lab scription Njron change your address advlso this office giving old M well M sew dress yousend your anbi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 March 1902

L i r IL i Hi III BLUE Guess BLADE THE CORONATION BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY The American press Is giving space to coming coronation of Edward VII of a vast nniount of gush In regard to the England There Is even talk of equip ping a costly fleet at the expense of the people of the United States to hear nn embassy to the coronation thus stamp ing the people of the socalled American Republic as flunkeys and caterers to royalty and Its hangers on As Edward VII took the oath of ofllce that made him head of the church and King of the British Isles and Emperor of India he fore the body of his royal mother was cold and has held all these positions for a year why should the English people he called on to furnish millions of pounds to place a crown upon the head i of a degenerate who happened to be the son of his mother Of course that Is their business The masses of the En glish people are republicans at heart but the eccleslasts landed proprietors fi nancial kings and politicians from these class...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 March 1902

LcI t I n t 1 I H L BLUE GRASS BLADE iii > t F THOMASPAINE An Address Delivered at the I Congress of the National Liberal Party Cincinnati Jan 26 1002 MY T J WY80ARVKR Whllo the brilliant sun of progress Is hovering near the eastern horizon while the splendid achievements of tho past are totally eclipsed by thu y dazzling possibilities of tho future I with all Its entrancing hopes and boo wlldcrlng prospects is It not highly appropriate that Vo should calmly survey the glorious Held of tho past and kindly and tenderly place a wreathe of sweetest lowers upon the throw of one of the noblest defenders of htinmn liberty While I am not disposed to Indulge In fulsome commendations of tho grand and glorious Intellectual and moral landmarks of tho ages that are forever gone I have no apology for tho slight tribute I have to offer lu behalf of a man whose unselfish de votion to truth will live as long as the sun of human liberty Continues to shine Tho towering Intellectual land marks alon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 16 March 1902

< s s 10 If lay 1 I Y k L L BLUE GRASS BLADE = 1 DR WILSON Says Princes Visit Will Make Us the Laughing Stock of the Old World f From Cincinnati POiltl The American people a few of them I mean arc Intensely Interested in the visit of Prince Henry They sniff the approach > of royalty as keenly as till ghost In Hamlet sniffed the approach of morn They never question the political significance hack of the visit The deeper their Ignorance of the real Intent of the Princes visit the more rosjiosi hllity they attack to their welcome Happily the mass ot Americans know that monarchies have no love nor friendship for republics They know that a commercialism based upon n show of friendship and hospitality Is the merest childishness There Is no sentiment In commercialism All people t buy where they can bargain the best The childish love of the glitter of title and pomp is coming to the surface of American character and In my opinion this visit of the Prince will make us the laughing stoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 March 1902

+ + 0 ti h > 0 1t J L t i0r r BLUE GRAS8 BLADE S r 1 ri i i DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD JfAJE THEM DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIU3 J Pfrkei tt THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO QOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE 1I 29iep 02 Wf AN HONEST GOD is THE NOBLEST WORK OF MAN INQERSOLL 28 W Nnlfl i 4 EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS A PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE < 4 VOLiiiLi I LEXINGTON KY SUN d1 AY MARCH 23 E M 302 1100 A YEAR c TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue far Qua year 100 1II U 1If260 < 1 E8ftMS llWi per year in arty noe fIll clubs of flyuWIcuut torulgn sob ii orlptlon Ji60 UXku ALL MONUY onDHiiH drafts and < JCxproea orders payable lotJiiu I 4 J QhAtm BULDB LeiJugtoH KyV tltauni d i tJ without v 1DICall larr itlaeettUBuedreiSMiu + M x lIdlt t reiSMiu li FIra vr 1 s b i < aJdlayfii tIflftlICJI old as hell MSW > 2 o y1arSjyuunuuuxuus urullj il0u ut I B w sorlbar whether you area sew or old rub I a tirrwxot publications 11 Kait Third Street ° KNTSBHD t the Post ottoe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 March 1902

1 < 1t iibt BRO MADDOCK 4 MADDOCKGALLED < GALLED DOWN I For His Very Unjust Report of the Cincinnati Congress of the N L P In tjie FreethoiiRht Magaxlne fort March there appears editorially the t following The new society The Liberal Par ty seems to start oft with cntlnu I asm The readers attention Is called t to the report of the congress at whir h V the party was organized In this mu her of the Magazine by John Mall dock who was our representative at I the congress Under the head The Clnclnna Liberal Congress By John Mai dock there Is a piece about which I propose to speak my piece In no un certain language I am m good shag to criticise this piece very adverse because Bro Maddock alludes to nv the first one and all that he says of t mo Is In complimentary terms and I r In am sorry that I cannot reciprocate tho same style I This report of Maddock I am go Ing to leave off the ilroJs ten times as had as that which was mad of It by the organ of the AS pthat Is the avowed enemy o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 March 1902

Y Ir 0 BLUE GRASS BLADE Iij 10000 He Will Give If Others Will Put Up the Balance for the Linotype Upland Ind March 8 1002 Oliarleft O Moore 1 notice your call for aid to buy a lin otype machine 1 want to know why some response Is not being made hy thoso Important personages who are so active and anxious to bo seen and heard who say they have been freethinker for twenty thirty or forty years using emphasis In expressing thetrspeech lest they would not be heard Why so ell out Money talks and the printing press talks with far greater effect than any other thing to which money can bo applied 1 like tho lllado and you have said that with added facilities you could double the amount of matter In the lilado and for less money If friends helpi i You ask for 00 to make first pay ment on a machine worth 1500 In these prosperous times that should bring out many offers from the Grant Moguls of Liberalism This is my plan I will give 10000 toward buying the linotype if any other four ten or more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 23 March 1902

itt I if1 I RABBI HIRSCH DENIES THAT THE JEWS CRU CIFIED CHRIST Blames It on the Priests and Caplt ll Ists if the Times I With eloquent and logical nrgumc Dr Emil G Hirsch last night attempt to prove to his congregation at felllple Israel Fortyfourth street and St La ronce avenue that the Jews were n t responsible for the crucifixion of Christ anti that the deed was direct the result of the greed and the rap nlousness of the priestly class of hIs time and the Roman authorities Among ills arguments Dr Hirsch stated that there Is no such word al crucify in the Jewish language and that there was no such punishment In the Jewish law Crucifixion was a Roman death penalty and was nevi I inflicted by the Jews I Dr Hlrsch also stated that the trial of Jesus was In direct violation of every Jewish law The Btbli tatcl that he was put to death rfn the eve ot tilt Passover festival It Is one of tlJ most immovable of the Jewish laws that felons cannot be put to death on the eve or the day of the...

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