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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 28 June 1903

I r L1JIGB SS r J y j BLUE GRASS BLADE uIjN 11Il101 1 l L gsejl og t EDITED BY A HEATHEN Iff j i 13 ir JjT OF GOOD MORALSPUBLISHED PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAH 7V nP VOL XII NO 19 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JUNE 28 E M 303 1100 A YEAR > r0 > i 10 ir Y i 1 V TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 1 Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five or moro BO cents each a year Term > l 00 per year In advance ° foreign subscription 8160 Five copies one year 250 Make al Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad > vise this office giving your old as frjWell as the hew address When youYsend your subscription say i ether you are a new or old sub scriber The address slip on the paper will tow eipiratlon of subscription and Ive asareceipt as the date changes soon as the Julwcriber pays tat nar nare8s cr The arts invariably hold a subscriber jponsiblo td the publisher for the scription price of all sapors re ived until the paper Is paid for in...

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 June 1903

i ° r J J BLUE GRASS BLADE LLi Ch uccC JLi w f rrSr tit Yry Y WMN1IVbl 1 II tYMrs Closzs V2 Column Y r k rjANOTHER SUGGESTION a I encloso for reprint In the Blade two articles from the Shenandoah Iowa Sentinel Tho beginning of things history of an atom of Iron and Where Cain found his wife Bi blical proof that Adam was not the first man curious ancient races of menThe latter is interesting to Infidels because it shows that tho world is coming our way and seeking explana tions that are rational Instead of ir rational Where Cain got his wife fi has been a question unanswered by Christians for centuries It is a poser a that could not be disposed of by the F creation legend of Genesis A min istor hero not long since told that qtthe was asked the same question and he answered It In this wise I dont caro where Cain got his wife or wheth er he ever had one I know where I interestedt t about where Cain found his This is a sample of ministerial logic They dont care where this wicked brother ...

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 June 1903

i 4 t jI 11 BLUEGRASS BT43ctJ W n A n f I MORAL I i MEN L WIHOiJT A RELICIO I AND RELIGIOUS MEN WITrjOU r I MORALS SAYS DR CUTH BERT N BATTELL j Prom Now Haven Conn Union i AVlld animal roams the fore t j with many ways to pass besides ovc r i the pitfall where the trap Is set but gets caught and many a man b comes entrfgled lor life In the net o f moraUwrong by a single misstep at by spine one tendency The spell at niejjtld selfconcentration Is the fat t I ent In the temptation of men QBf spoke the Rev Charles Cuth lil president of Union Theolo Hjlnary New York City in a Wldressetl Jo the students ol t Vrday VrdayVt Vt lives you will meet the If What help Is religion to a hig life 1 Yqu vmlfini I wHo ra ahsoh1tel3vIth ibzLan1monbf l1gloUIl1m6 ieHng Hng li es4iitiaIs In tnankldU I tr aji rcentagi of men uedeaf although normal mari elliand aV percentage of men jlfblliid dHho ugh normal nina ez I have neyer gone Into hi 91110 without a Reeling akin to icer because the secret of Idol &...

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 June 1903

ttlt t ill 1 ylf l TGR ± JS BLADE t DOC drr r FENNEL y IN THE RIENT GOES TO PRESS AND IS EQUALLY THE PROPERTY OF CHARLE C MOORE AND JAMES E HUGHES WILL BE ISSUED ABOUT THE 1ST OF AUGUST Dog Fennel as its name is lelng abbreviated has gone to tho printer Mr James E Hughes and will prob ably be ready to issue all in good style about the first of August I have arranged with Mr Hughes Just as I would with any other pub Usher The book Is to be copyrighted in the names of Charles C Moore and k James E Hughes and Mr Hughes Is to bear all the expense of its pUblica tlon and circulation allowing me royalty on each copy sold It Is hoped that friends of the Blad thus seeing that Its editor and lt publisher are to be benefited wlllde more to increase the circulation of the tobooe than if only one of us was Inter ested in It It will be considerably larger than I originally anticipated and 1 is reaU not as much as the book will be worth but I have started it at that and we will probably stick to ...

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 July 1903

1 BLUE GRAtSS BLADE 11t JL1i 4 II1iii1TIThi lOS lST OF GOOD MORALS JolST MORALSPUBLISHED l i1t1J3 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR jy 11 1V iiJiN NO 20 i LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JULY 5 E M 303 1100 A YEAR 1G IItLi > iI i f < 1 I l ¼ t2 Y TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for ono year 100 In clubs of five or moro CO cents S each a year Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five copies one year 250 k all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the 5 Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad 5 vise this office giving your old as S 1 well as the now address WHttn you send your subscription say S Jyuether you are a now or old sub The ddress BIll Oil tlio laler will or rntlon of subscription and v cceiptathe ato changes aLib3cribor pay8 are IIsc9Ithl1t14l Ut eiiiratiuia uigieb rdered Jy5the subscriber The iris ihvanably hold a subscriber sponsiUro to the publisher for the S subscription price of all uapers re ceived until the paper Is paid for in full d...

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. — 5 July 1903

r BLUE GRASS BLADE li ytA A A AV YYyyrYY T > I Mrs CloszsColumn I IV1N 1INN A CARD Any one who has ordered bool 3 from me and does not receive them kindly Inform mo as I cannot write a personal letter of notification to all that have been shipped In orderln please write address plainly I St 1 have several hundred copies of Facts Worth Knowing but only a few Age t f Reason + + 0 LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA r Following Is the letter referred to 1 last week from the California Ladle < Magazine At the top of the letter head are the names of the five lad managers and the Information that they represent the only ladles jOllr nal In the West Mr Charles C Moore Miss Harriet M Closz d Co Lexington Ky Dear Sir Madam and Company You may sincerely believe that we are very sorry for you and hopo that you will find some good specialist In Kentucky who will succeed In curing you of your mlsclevous habits Yours truly MISS KATE PISKULED Assistant Editor T Tho mischievous habits doubt less means the...

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. — 5 July 1903

I BLUE GRASS BLADE ii HUMAN AFfECTION I I THE MANDMAID OF REASON lAND LOVE THE INSPIRATIOI WHICH LEADS TO HOPES OF ANOTHER LIFE By J B Wilson M D IMen and women existed before 1 creeds before governments before scientific and philosophic research Love existed before these Love Is the only religion the purple light of life f It Is the religion of humanity humanityi many harmonizing softening the sav rp agjjjiaiure and making men become Humane and charitable Love IB the Burden of all of Nature Odes Ills heard In the song of awakening birds when the sunlight smites the woods with fire and they strain their warbling throats to record their hymns and chant tnelr carols blest It Is heard In the wild feet of the elfin wind dancing and prancing mid the forest boughs In the fret and fall of the mlllstream as oer bar and bank It brawls In boisterous glee Ir the gale which curls the lakes bright lips and lifts a deeper purer water to the light In the purl and splash of the rivulet speeding spa...

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. — 5 July 1903

BLUE GRASS BLADE f f1 Facts and Question i Frenchburg Kentucky News First The great high low or an around Power or Cause of all that Is not man or like man In either Image form or likeness SecondThe cause of all that Is called by all the English speadng world God Third God Is now always has been and always will be ruled by the eternal law of cause and effect FourthNeither Man God Ghost nor Devil could change alter or set aside the eternal law of the universe FifthThe eternal law of the unl verse Is a power without limit SixthIt is a fact now always has been and always will be that man could do and be much better a more healthy and happy by adjust Ing himself to the law of nature rea son and right than by dlsobeylt and praying Seventh Every act of every sane person on this earth without regard to what we call good or bad acts Is an effort to better his or her condition and conscience has not one thing to do or undo In the case as it may be active neutral or asleep when the body acts ...

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. — 12 July 1903

I aI 4 > m J I r 4 f H I i Y BLUE GRASS BLADE P1 rkorA T 20RAn no 11 EDITED BY A HEATH EX in L u 2 0 11 jfIl GOOD MORALSPUBLISHED PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR TV ant ISYOL XXL NO21 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JULY 12 E M 303 1100 A YEAR lV TERMS OF THE BLADE c 1 issue for one year 1100 uIn clubs of five or more 60 cents i iach a year i y rmslOO per year In advance 3 foreign subscription 150 Vf Five copies one year 250 iv Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the J ti Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky ivWhen you change your address ad fe vise this office giving your old as ngjfcweli as the now address When you send your subscription say whether you are a now or old sub scriber Theaddress slip on the paper will w expiration of subscription and celpt as the date changes s r s 3 UIU uscriper ne t courts Invariably hold a subscriber r responsible to time publisher for the subscription price of all capers re i celved until the paper is paid for in full imp to date and ordered d...

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. — 12 July 1903

i r ifF If r I lt BLUE GRASS BLADE AIVHINWIMMNHItMIWNVVtMMMMNIMMM MVIAMM 1 An By Infidel Sermon t A Young SermonJ NVVIMMMVNIMMMA AM When weve been thorp ten lhommnll years Bright shining as the sun Weve no less days to sing his praise Than when we first begun The Christians Ideal heaven I 1Iy good mother relates as a matter If fact that when a child I HUod most of all things to hear father sing 0111 Black Too yet before he had ellllen the first verse my chin was quiver and at the closing Vorrts I was soh ping pitifully so Viat she tool mo away that I might escape Impending reproof from headquarters Music would lead me to the end of the rainbow while the reprimand caused me to feel rather sinful nml wicked tnan otherwise which wa very wrong I dare say Only think of ten thousand ye t of praise singing and then No less days to sing his praise than when wc first begun With all my love for music and I love It as a boy does his girl hrllleI fear that I should tire of one uninterrupted str...

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. — 12 July 1903

t J I 2 f r i BLUE GRASS BLADE i Short ShortLetters Letters Limn Ohio Pleane find enclosed 1 for my subscription for the Blailo a J t my subscription will expire alto third of July and I tjont want to miss one + paper nor owo you for ono I have read a good many Freethought papers but I lllce the Blade the hest of all I know there are others that are good H but the Blado Is my favorite I have Just read your article In the Blade of fwhat Mr Green editor of the Free f thought Magazine said about your book but Mr Moore dont glt discour I ° aged We are subscribers for Mr ttGreens magazine and I always like the Tjoolt but I dont think Mr tiree n ought to have said what he did and I dont think that the majority of his r1the will approve of It I don t Yi think ono Atheist or Freethinker or r whatever Mr Green to ought 16 dis courage another for wo have a great twork ahead of us and If we over ac complish anything we must work to gether and encourage each other Well I am anxious for tho book...

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. — 12 July 1903

t If i f > J < > < 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE t IA YoungI I YoungLad Lad y J Gives Her Reasons Why She Is Not a Christian Dear Readers of the Blue GrastuBlai I havo been a subscriber to our worthy little paper but a few weels Never a number cbnics but suggests volumes of thoughts to my mind an just now as I read Miss Gibsons let tel In the Juno fourteenth numbr I lay aside tho paper and beg leave to add my mlto also With Miss Gibson I agree that manr things arc needed to maUe this wOIlrl a really happy home for humm creatures and among the things most needed is dress reform I fan C a few amused smiles among the real1 Y ers at the Idea of a discussion of clress reform arising in tho columns of a paper whoso hobby Is religion or rather anti retigion but our el1ltor says It Is published In the Interest of good morals and I take It that the physical condition of people hat a greater Influence on their morals than has their religious belief It is doubtful whether tho dress re form ad...

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. — 19 July 1903

a r at I J f BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 pn 111 A I EDITED BY A IlEA 3 1111Jnlnr OF aOpD MORALSPUBLISHED J PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A j YEAR rs t1 > voL XU NO 2ZI fLEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JULY 19 E M 303 X100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year S100 In clubs qf five or moro 60 cents w each a year 7 TermsL00 per year In advance 1 b foreign subscription 4160 l v vivo copies one year 250 b Mike all Money Orders Drafts and T Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blado Lexington Ky k When you chango your address ad ivlse this ofilco giving your old as PV well as the new address HyVhen you send your subscription say JK Whether you are a new or old sub Jdcrlber njThe address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and servo as a receipt as tho date changes as soon as the subscriber pays sftuI crlptlonSKto this publication a re I 1Qont lulled Ilt expiration < unless ordered by the subscribe The courts invariably hold a subscribe 1 y v responsible to the publisher fov thw s...

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. — 19 July 1903

a J rf = r U BLUE GRASS BIAim f TheDying T J Dying DyingPope Pope The press of the United states seems to have called a halt on record Ing American affairs and turned Its attention space and energy to the Pope of Rome No President statesman or hero ever received such voluminous notice of the and adoration from the papers o United States as the old man at the Vatican who at the age ot 93 is r ported as about to die In the eternal order of nature it is true he was Imss lug into the heavenly home of God the Father whose special represent live and vicegerent he is on cart With all the titles Leo XIII has lug ged through life the toggery he has had to wear the audiences he bas hold and the ccclcsslastlcal titles anll blessings he has bestowed It Is a wonder he has remained in the land of the living as long as he has and yet If his pictures represent him cor rectly he seems to have smiled and smiled under his heavy load of clothes titles and duties Surely the ways of Providence are past f...

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. — 19 July 1903

I I 1 I < j I t t BLUEGRASS BLADE H M i Short ShortLetters Letters I Nebraska IndShall we help the Blade This Is lo way I am going to do It Herewith find 1 Next month I shall remit 1 and the month after 50 centstotal 250 I sent yon 1 a few days since for Dog Fennel J E ARNOLD Kingston N YI celebrate my 56th birthday by sending 1 to renew for the Blade I have been 25 years In the battle against priestcraft It has cost me friends money work and i mo But I feel that It Is my moral and snored duty to array myself against the gigantic delusion Christi anity For these many years I have given the church no rest but have struck her and her whole false system blows that sent her staggering and during the remainder of my days I propose to Increase my activities on this line Wilson Mrs Henry Mrs other valiant chief Closz and many talns of liberty are accomplishing I J much I congratulate you upon your return from he OrlentL DoWITT OIUSWOLD i 1 GRISWOLDGalveston Galveston Ind Please send sta...

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. — 19 July 1903

I J I BLUE GRASS BLADE t RELIGIOU I Discussion Between Mr J B Mullen Officer of the Christian Church In Buffalo N Y And Dr Gustav A Pohl Infidel of That City 2R3 London Street Buffalo N Y April 23 1D03 Dr Gustav Pohl Since our meeting today at Iartz tooffs drug store I feel that I mar perhaps intrude a little upon y Olll time Whenever I meet a professli Infidel atheist or agnostic I am al ways reminded of my own experience and remember also what the Rev Bishop Brooks said in reference to infidels that he had a great deal of respect for an honest doubter for 111 was always seeking for the truth and if he sought rightly he would ere long come to be filled with righteous ness They are not cowards by an means hut are blind of one side of their natures It seems preposterous to think that any intelligent person with all the privileges of research and history at their command also Ul Bible as a record human and divine Aof humanitys accomplishments not weaknesses and the love of Christ tcll...

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. — 26 July 1903

iH t2 f V vi 1 BLUE GRAS BLADE n EDITED BY A HEATH Jr 1 y w 9T QF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100It YEAR IN ADVANCE IYOL XIT NO 23 28 W > < ll thLEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JULY 26 E M 303 X100 A YEAR Ii jf TERMS OF THE BLADE if < 1 Issue for ono year SlOO t In clubs of five or moro 60 cents each a year i if rermslOO per year In advance < is foreign subscription 150 is j t s Five copies one year 260 t i jS Make all Money Orders Drafts and f 7 Express Orders payable to the it Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky jfv When you change your address ad f2X vise this ofllce giving your old as I well as the new address 4 r When you send your subscription say t t whether you are a new or old sub scriber SjrThe address slip on the paper will show expIration nt subscription ntlrt servo as a receipt as the date changes aiaaithe subscriber pays 1 U tliisjublicatlonar Ci nange = eipiration lI e8i sp ordered by thq subscriber The 1courts Invariably hold a subscriber r responsible to the publisher fo...

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. — 26 July 1903

p bs t r BLUE GRASS BLADE THISWORLD i WORLD i WHEN IT COMES Y TO THE SCRATCH Pope Leo has lead visions of tlH glory awaiting him Ho has caught glimpses of the divine bewilderment and heard soft strains of the celestl rhapsodies He says he knows the honor reward and ecstacies In store for him Yet he lingers and suffers He lont want to let go of even a few hours of senile worldliness He Is hanging on to this sinful old earth like a bull dog to a sows ear Ho submits to operations and takes advantages of the highest medical skill to keep him away from the plai for which he so long hath sought and mourned because he found It not He Is surrounded by a gang of red ul tures who are cussing under their breaths and wondering why tho old Imp dont die and he knows of their Intrigues and feigned sorrow and cro codlle eyewash and though he could pass In a day by dispensing with the doctors from that scene of stiff erlr and Intrigue to one of health and youth and celestial transport still he hangs...

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. — 26 July 1903

r jBLUE BLUE GRASS BLADE DOESMORTAL MORTAL MORTALMAN MAN Shape and Control His own Destlty Or is He the Creature of Fate For twenty years I have been a fa talist believing with Thomas Carlylo that It Is not In man that walketh to direct his footsteps also toI whatero wo purposo wo do but row were steered by fato In the first placo we are forced into this world without wish or desire and are given certain characteristics that compel us i to live In conformity with them and we are born with latent talents depen dent on favorable conditions for de velopment with disposition and torn perment that reveal our natural tendencies dencies and the probable direction in which fate will steer us We are sim ply human machines from the very start for the universal forces of Na ture pump our breath and blood di gest our food and compel us to think All these movements being involun tary or mechanical what are wo thus far but puppets In the hands of Na ture Wo possess consciousness and what is known...

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. — 26 July 1903

r q r 6 F 11 t S rJ1 trj 1 M1 r BLUE GRASS BLADJIlor + r 0u u THE ASP R TIONI Of My Life Is to Get Those 10000 Sub scrlbers for the Blade F The Blue Grass Blade as a news paper has now come up to tho stanll and that I aspired to make It who I began It and Is much moro thai I It Is really eVor oxpected to attain devoted to the greatest cause on onrth and It has the finest writers on earth to defend that cause It has now attained such a perma nency that my death would not malte It lose a single Issue No Infidel l11h Hcatlon of the world has ever nchloved such endless variety In the prosen tn tlon of Its causes and the popular of tho paper Is continually Incrcasii There Is only one thing about It that hurts me and that hurts pretty had and that Is that its friends do not se cure the 10000 subscribers that I asl for when they ought to do It nnd could do it and not half try A discussion like that between Dr Poll and Mr Mullen ought to bo road by a million people The trouble with our peop...

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