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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 July 1902

ft I It q z I I I i BLUE GRASS BLADE t a thefDO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUSc A 1 1 tJFrA 2pR01THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE I 20 1P1rtnAN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL I EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL XI O22 LEXINGTON ICY SUNDAY JULY 20 E M 302 100 A YEAR t t TERMS OF THE BLADE I 1 issue for one year tlOO 6II II u a 250 I TERMS 1100 par yoar In advance in clubs of fivo 60 cent foreign sub scription S1M1 MAKE ALL MONEY ORDERS dratts and Express orders payable to tho BLUE GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinued without paying all arroars THAT DATE on printed address tab Is I + tho time of expiration of your subI scription I WuErtyou chance your address advise this office giving old as wall aa new I > address I ° Wdii1 S t ytxi haczlplfot sty Pv whothWybn are a now or old nub y scriber iw > OFFICE of publication 189 East Thir...

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 July 1902

n f H I BLUE GRASS BLADE I I W L MOSEBY WHO FOUGHT IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY WITH HIS UNCLE THE FAMOUS COLONEL JOHN S MOSEBV SENDS HIS SI AND SOME STRANCE READING AND WRITING FOR THE BLADE I have received from Wells Tannery Pa a remarkable letter signed W i Moseby He asks that I correct the spelling but the uniqueness and Inter est of the exceedingly sensible and kind letter are enhanced by printing It just as it is written in a fine and legible business hand and I therefore beg his pardon for not correcting its spelling The postmark on the envelope i s Wells Tannery Pa June 20 1902 The letter is as tollows Now Friend Moor I send you a clip fug that will tell you the kind of a crank 1 am after you read the cllplng kindly re turn it to me I will now sujest to you that men o r your and my belief should anta anlse the so cauled crlstlan In a macanlcal way ask them to mete us before the masses and iJ my theory is seported it will be taught in ower schools when tho that Point Is reached do...

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 July 1902

I jp t I BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 CHRISTIAN Who Has Been Reading the Blade for 14 Years I IS COMING OUR WAY FAST I Ottawa Kansas July 2 1902 Friend Moore I enclose 100 for the Blade would have stnt It before but am broke up by good people with whom I have had dealings and were it not more reason able to me at least to believe In a God and the teachings of Jesus Christ I should have been an Infidel long ago I have seen much hypocrisy in preach ers and church members that one can hardly believe it possible that they can believe what they say and then act its contrary contraryMay May the good Lord have mercy upon us all for if Ho Is not more merciful to us than we are to each other we will faro badly In the next world I have been taking the B a B for about 14 years and I dont like the Idea of giving It up Money is scarce with me but it takes something more than good wishes and a God bless you to run a newspaper I believe there is some where In space a God with perfect organization as far sup...

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 July 1902

3 1 j 1 T7 d I fg i i g ti BLUE GRASS BLADE THE MCORMICK COLUMNS These Two Columns are edited by Mr George W McCormick who paid 250 for that privilege When they are not filled by him the point to which they are filled by him will be Indicated by a broad black rule and from that point they may with his consent be filled by the regular matter of the Blade CHARLES C MOORE A STAR CHAMBER I ECCLESIASTI ECCLESIASTICAL CAL TRIAL I By JOSEPHINE K HENRY There Is now In progress at Harris burg Pa on of the most sensational ecclesiastical trials In the history of our country The prelate on trial Is His Grace Ht Rev Ethelbert Talbot Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Central Pennslyva nlaIt would seem that this poor man had trouble enough In this life lugging his clerical titles around without beliiR tried for his sins by his tracked clerical brothers The press says that the charges against this distinguished churchman are of such a startling char acter that they will startle tho whole religious...

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 August 1902

r 1 1 i BLUE GRA t yin I S BLADE x J pitykei 1n 02DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THISMDO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS o1V Inf nri COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE nAN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORKTOP MANINGERSOLLJ JEDIT D VA HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 5100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL XI NO 24 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY AUGUST 3 E M 802 100 A YEAR i TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 issue for one year 100 1u II Ie oJ t 1260 TERMS flOO per year in advance fTERMBlOO five 60 cent foreign sub scription I1M MAKE ALL MONEY ORDERS drafts and ana I GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky I DO HOT order your paper discontinued evl rarlaeonunued without paying all arrears THAT DATS on printed address tab la the time of expiration of your sub scription WtfBN yon change your address advise this ottioe giving old as well as new address addressHJIINjyousendyour KlHBNjyou end your subscription q whether you are a neworold err PriOB of publication 19 East Third Street finTBBBDat the Post ohms at Lexing ton Ky 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. — 3 August 1902

I I > eoBLUE GRASS BLADE AN OPEN OPENLETTER LETTER TO THE REV THOMAS R DONOVAN RECTOR OF ST JOSEPHS COL LEGE FOR NEGRO CATECHISTS MONTGOMERY ALABAMA 8111 have received your letter and accompanying lot of valuable station ary The picture of Jesus Christ looks 10 much like Buffalo Bill that I think they must he kin I like low necked dresses when worn by pretty women but I dont like them on men and I think J C would look better In breeches I have finally reo signed myself to seeing men part their hair In the middle but J CV part In the middle and long curls down each side is still too much for me and If It 1e true that he is coming back to earth any time soon you had better ad vise him to get his hair cut The boys might say Chippy get your hair cut He might turn up his moustache at the end In defference to Emperor Wil liam who has been a good friend to himThat whoop he wears around his heat might do for the head gear In Judea where they dont have such big rains but If be comes to Ke...

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 August 1902

xwlrawt oid4xriARrAiB1 wTaP 4r M Jt Cot i4I JiM4I d1 < j J N r f J 1 BLUE GRASS BLADEt BUSINES END I AMGOING IS NOW WHATI AM GOING TO TAKE HOLD OF AND RUN IT FOR THAT 100000 READERS I write this on Sunday July 20 E SI 302 Have just come Into my Growlery from working In the garden quit because the ground Is too wet splendid rain and I didnt pray for It eitherI this assuming that some how by hook or by crook or by both that big 3000 linotype will in less than a I In the of I month begin Its clicketycllck I fice of the Blade and If its friends 1 dont put up that one more 10000 to buy the big lino instead of tho little one It will be a measley shame on the Blades friends but nllee sameo Its going to get there Elias There Is hardly anything that a man cannot do if ha is a man of good com do it because mon sense and thinks lie can cause that kind of a man Is not apt to think anything that Is not reason to thinkMy old kinsman Patrick Henry straight goods said There Is no way of judging ...

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 August 1902

i j i i t k 11 I BLUE GRASS BLADE t LIBERALS SHOULD BE ON GUARD BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY The infringement of civil and lega rights on account of religious opinion is becoming alarmingly frequent in the United States Our claim to rellgiou I liberty Is a vain boast and does not ex 1st as persecutions and prosecutions on account of religious opinions are taken place In all sections of our country Statements have appeared in Th Pest of Washington D C recentl which are of vast Importance and should 1 be taken notice of by all who love pollt Ical legal and religious freedom The following copied from the Washington Post will explain the case In the charge of gambling brough against Thomas Noonan the Attorne T M Talbott raised the point that because hII cause of his unbelief In God one Went worth was not a competent witness Judge Joseph Reading agreeing One of the greatest thinkers among American women requested through tht + Post that Mr Talbott or the Supreme Court of the United States should...

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 August 1902

I < I I Y Y f r h r I jr 1 C i + 1ti 1 > y7r i I I BLUE GRASS BLADE I DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUcius THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE 7AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL f o05ePOnEDITED 1 EDITED VA HEAT w f yatr 1t gft w 7MIi If GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE rl 1 VOL XI NO 25 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY AUGUST 10 E M 302 1100 A YEAR S k 1 TERMS OF THE BLADE I ftlIssue for one year 100 250ff C TERMS 100 per year In advance In clubs of five 60 cent foreign sub l scription SliO 1 MAKE ALL MONEY ORDERS dratts and t Express orders payable to tho BLUB N Kyt III DO NOT order your paper discontinued arrearsr f is THAT DATH on printed address tab is t I Itho time of expiration of your sub scription t WHEN you change your address advise this office giving old al well as new r > address WKBNyon send your subscription say i lotr1rsuaw 1Jruw scj 0110B of publication t 189 East Third Street BNTBBKD at the Post...

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 August 1902

7V II d j i > J 1 4 r yI t 1r4J fvf tC > jI BLUE GRASS BLADE IJ A CATHOLICI CATHOLICSOCIALIST SOCIALIS I i LEAVES THE OLD CHURCH AND OLD SKINNY 13 AND COMES OVER TO FOLLOW THE INFIDEL BAND WAGON AND TRAIN WITH US BOYSHE I BLOWS IN HIS LITTLE DOL LAR ON THE BLADE Covington Ky July 15 02 C C Moore Editor Blade Honorable SlrAs an humble un known entity In the midst of strug gllng Immensity It Is with difficulty that the courage Is summoned to ad dress the most Indomitable and Inde fatigable and renowned of living lib eral minded men As a liberator of mind your worlt is of unestlmablo value and It Is a fearless as It is generous I It would beggon those whom YOIl benefit to adequately reward your ef forts and your endless toll and nobl sacrifices There ought to be but one recompense for you and that shollld he the wellwishing and cheerful co operation and strong and glad hand of every true liberal That Is a common ground upon which we all should stand to do or die It Is discouragin...

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. — 10 August 1902

< IIY q IIfFjNct i1 1 r Ir IIt v I I I rWji t r c iJ BLUE GRASS BLADE MRS ALMAKWILSON K WILSON SPEAKS HER PIECE ABOUT THAT MAN FROM VERSAILLES l I Cincinnati 0 July 8 1902 My dear Mr 1IooreI did not begin I this for publication but simply because I could not bottle my feelings but you may print some of It if you care to ALMA K WILSON P SThe good man Just brought in some currents to make jelly so I havent time to read it before mailing It may savor too much of impulse I hope you are both bearing the hot weather My dear Mr Moore It is said that good Catholics have to tell all their sins and private griev ances to their priests and we criti I eelse the system It Is bad enough to have to tell any I thing that causes resentment in the hearts of rebellious humanity but in the case cited above only one man is bored by the recital That is a credit mark for the system But may the good Lord deliver us since Infidels have taken to giving to the public the history of thelrt marital woes and ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 10 August 1902

J + r r 4 l arlr i 1 t B tJEGRASSiJbK w MCORMICK COLUMNS7 n 1 S THEM CORMICK j These Two Columns are edited by Mr George W McCormlclc who paid 250 for that privilege When they are not filled by him the point to which they are filled by him will be Indicated by a broad black rule and from that point they may with his consent be tilled by the regular matter of the Blade CHARLES C MOORE BRO MOORMIOK WRITES CONCERNING THE DIS POSITION OF HIS COLUMNS My Poor Dear Old Bro iooreI Your letter of the 24th Inst reo ceived also the Dlade of the 27th I notice you have become quite tired of our trade for space In thu Blade dating from the time I put the question In my columns When C C Moore will say and print In the Blade that he hopes and desires that the Roman Catholic king dom and hellish religious despotism may be at once set up all over and around the globe so that all the so called Protestant preachers would either have to take their stand with Infidelity or with the Pope of Rome and the b...

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 August 1902

7 j j I f y l i 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE rffi DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS tp 02 THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE i Parker a1T 20sep 23 W Main AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL XI NO 26 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY AUGUST 17 E M 302 1100 A YEAR 1 I t t TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 issue for one year 100 6u it II II 260 TBBMB flOO per year In advance In clubs of five 60 cent foreign snb eorlptlon SI 50 I MAKE ALL MONEY ORDERS drafts and Express orders payable to the BLUE GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky ned DONOT order your paper discontinued wlthont paying all arrears 1 THAT DATE on printed address tab IB the time of expiration of your sub Borlptlon WDN you your a advise thta 0 ce giving 01 new whet crlbef s r pa dew or 01 IUti OvFiosof publication 119 East Third Street ENTBBBD at the Post office at Taxing I ton Ky as Second Class Mall Address all comm...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 August 1902

p Ii h J I I I j i BLUE GRASS BLADE i I From Reeds Isonomy THE STORY OF MARY MAC LANE By the young lady herself is a 111111 the quintessence of erotic rot Uss Mac Lane Is a product of Butte Ion tans although what Butte ever dill to deserve such a punishment the devil himself only knows The story is unwholesome Immodest deellsh It Is a vulgar exposition of the gross est animalism a prototype of the sensuous stuff that the priestess of passion Hnllle Ermine Rives was wont to inflict on a suffering and long wearied public only worse What in the name of the entirely hopeless and useless ever Induced this Miss Mac Lane to spill so much of herself on paper is simply Inco11 prehenslhle unless for the purpose or exploiting her shape and how ba shes stuck on it Tor stuck on It she certainly Is She raves over the 11el Icate transparency and fairness t her hide her splendid breasts and the admirable contour of her shapelY legs In fact Its look at me al I a peach To hear her tell It Iar Is a mo...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 August 1902

J 1q j I I 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE THE ISONOMY APPARENTLY A JESUIT ORGAN HAS SOME KIND THINGS AND MANY UNKIND ONES TO SAY ABOUT ME Reeds Isonomy San Antonio > Texas J Guy Reed Editor and Jns 5ii Armstrong associate editor in its July issue makes me tho subject of extensive animadversion largely a l verse After a manner of a Chinese feast we will take the dessert first From a letter of some one men tloned as Another at Arlington I Maryland 1 take the following I also see that you Jump on my very reverend friend Chas C Moore I of The Blue Grass Blade ho of tho thoI wind howleth as It llstcth You claim I r Lat his chief business Is to produce L absurd arguments against the Chris 7 tian religion What would you havo superstitiont 1 hI u not grown gray with the mossas of absurdity Extract the borrowed plumage of the Christian religion and naught Is there left hut dross It Is J a hideous monster bedecked in gro tesque horrors All the worthy pre copts are alien only the hydra and griffin elve...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 August 1902

Tt t 14 f > I Ii i BLUE GRASS BLADE I THE MCORMICK COLUMNS These Two Columns arc edited by Mr Gorge W McCormick who paid 250 for that privilege When they are not filled by him the point to which they are filled by him will be Indicated by a broad black rule and from that point they may with his consent ho ill lod by the regular matter of the Blade CIIAHTKS C MOORE A PLEA rr FOR WOMANS RICHTS By Miss Lucy Wars Phelps West Sutton Mass Does it not seem strange that WOo man has had to contend so hard anll so long simply for equality with hN brother man Does it not seem stranger yet that often one of her own kind makes It a life work to thwart every lpproach to that advancement Mrs J Elliot Cabot of Brooklli Mass President of the Massacl setts Association opposed to VOIuan Suffrage says It ought to he eldent by this time that the majority of woo men do not want tho suffrage She says Women would bo better off without the suffrage that they do not need It for freedom for Indepen dence o...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 August 1902

T9 < > m I ti tii elL J 1 OT tl 0 BCO DE GR ASS BLADE 4 t DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUSYr THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL IEDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS tPUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE tVOl XL NO 27 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY AUGUST 24 E M 302 3100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 issue for one year 100 0tt t1 a It 360 TERMB 100 per year in advance j In clubs of five 60 cent foreign sub scription SUM MAKE AM MONEY ORDERS drafts and Express orders payableto the BLUB GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontinue I without paying aU arrears THAT OATH on printed address tab la the time of expiration of your sub scription WHEN you change your address advise this office giving old as well as new r yi r W i f i > J whether you are a new or old sub scriber I OFFICE of publication 119 East Third Street ENTEBHD at the Post office at Lexing ton Ky as ...

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. — 24 August 1902

t I r BLUE GRASS BLADE I From Des MoInes wally Capital NEWTON IS AGAINST DR HAMMER PUBLIC SENTIMENT AROUStw BY EFFORTS OF INFIDELS Editor of Blue Grass Blade and Oth thers Attempt to Make It Appear Newton Man Is a Rellg luos Martyr Special iO the Capital Newton Iowa August 13Sentl ment here has been aroused within the past few weeks for fear that Gov ernor Cummins may pardon or parole Dr Marian R Hammer sent up from here some months ago for an assault with attempt to commit murder upon the person of Oscar Heathcote The case Is well known it having attract ed attention throughout the state at the time Tne movement for the re lease of Dr Hammer from Fort Mad ison penitentiary has been started by Charles C Moore editor of the Blue Grass Blade the official organ of Infi delity In this country published at Lexington Ky Moore It has been learned from reliable sources has taken up the 1 case with mo governor and Is pushing it with all his might His motive so far as can ho ascertained is th...

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 August 1902

P w j H n ka BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 1441 THE ISONOMY Some time ago I received by mall pit chattering gibbering sheet which bears tho name of Reeds Isonomy By looking up tho word Isonomy I found It means equal rights and privileges and after reading several of the articles I was fully convinced that equal rights and privileges were being sustained by a Iteed1 very frail one The paper Is aping the Iconoclast and Its founder giving a poor Imlta tion of the Brava brand of brains I Its editor hasnt sense enough to know the novelty of word chawing has worn off and Imagines that the man ho has hired to shako words out of the dictionary like a dog shakes squeaks out of a rat Is an expert of tho Brann type and that he can begin whore Brann left off and make a great name and success The facts are that for his own glory and reputation Brann was kill ed Just at the right time The nov elty of dragging out uncommon and I unused big words and fitting them In sentences to take tho place of slm 1 plo wo...

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 August 1902

oC r c ff S n ti 1 71 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 THE MCORMICK COLUMNS These Two Columns are edited by Mr George W McCormick who paid 250 for that privilege When they are not filled by him the point to which they are filled by him will be Indicated by a broad black rule and from that point they may with his consent be tilled by the regnlar matter of the Blade CHARLES C MOORE THE BIBLE AS A TEXT BOOK IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY The following resolution adopted by the National Education Association re cently held at Minneapolis is being widely commented on by the press The resolution reads as blows It Is apparent that familiarity with the English Bible as a masterpiece of literature is rapidly decreasing among the pupils in our schools This Is the direct result of a conception which regards the Bible as a theological hook merely and thereby leads to Us exclusion from the schools of some states as a subject of reading and study e We hope and ask for such a change o of public se...

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