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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 September 1903

I J 7 1 j > 4 + Pnrke1 BLUE GRASS BLADE r > 1 A 1 20y01 EDITED BY A IIEATIIEN IlV LL8 JiS ff33T OF GOOD MORALSPUBLISHED I PUBLISHED I WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOL XII NO 30 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20 E M 303 1100 A YEA Tl TERMS OF THE BLADE vv 1 Issue for one year 100 tIn clubs of flvo or more 60 cents teach a year J Terns100 per year In advance > foreign subscription S160 j t Five copies one year 260 Make all Money Orders Drafts and 1 Express Orders payable to the l Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky Vhen you change your address c a da v vial this office giving your old as ttwell as the new address When you send your subscription say 71 whether pod are a new or old nub ricrlber The address slip on the paper will j i how crAaUoa of subscription and Ipt ao the date changes tiit t van v ww sZtlk f414 zuE Subscriptions to this publication are Tnpt discontinued at expiration unlesb g se ordered by tho subscriber The courts invariably bold a subscriber air responsible to ...

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 September 1903

i t C Ltf GRASS BLADE Mn nH i 2 SONt Is + WRITES AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM NEW YORI < Graphic Description of the SIghts Seen Travel Society Gossip So clal and Other Conditions New York City Sep 9th 1903 Dear Mr Hughes j vacation and I came off hero for a t rest Intending to forget business and I every care and the B G B In par titular but as I havo found no rest I I may as well fall Into my old parI and do some writing I left Cincinnati en the 2Gth of Au eegnat the I Allegheny mountains I stood on the observation platform for a long dls tance took a cold and landed next day In Now York with a nice case of tonsillitis which kept me In my room for four days While coming through Virginia we stopped at White Sulphur Springs tonhbut two oclock In the morning A monstrously big negro woman cnme alongside the car with a tray contain Ing hot coffee fried chicken sand wiches and hmd boiled eggs I purchased a hot coffee and sand wlch and remarked to the woman that she was pretty good sized...

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 September 1903

i1LUJC it f t BLUE GRASS BLADE + HHHHlt 1 ilM1 + + NLE I This Column Is Dedicated to the National Liberal Party Matter Intended for Publication Should Be Addressed to Morris Sachs Secretary Atlas Bank E Building Clnclnnnatl Ohio + HzI11 r H + + oJ H Brother Mooro You need not apologize for the postage business as extra on Dog Fennel Tho request was made without your knowledge nnd consent and the extra expenditure is but a trifle as compared to the size and ex cellent makeup of the book Cannot report as yet on Its literary attain ments j have Just started to read It A pious Christian attorney friend of mine rend it and says ho liked It t tt I I The Issue of tho Blade of Septem t ber 6 was more than welcomo It was like an old friend coming on a visit It contained more of Moore t Ism than previous editions hence It was good and refreshing Wilson may i be the general In tho army but Mooro Is the quartermaster who supplies the tritons 4 t 1 The Blade Magazine idea should be encouraged Wi...

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 September 1903

j It c < BLUE GRASS BLADE I rr CATHOLIC MAN Writes to an Infidel Woman Warning Her Against Reading the Bluo Grass Blade r Lima Ohio Sep Sep 10th 1903 Mr Charles C Moore Dear Sir Enclosed you will find a letter which my wife received from n fool in Texas which you can publish in the Blade If you want tothat is if you can read read it I My wife in sending for Dog Fennel wrote a letter which was published In to her your paper and it is in answer letter in the Blade that ho writes He advises her to consult a priest and to keep the Blade away from her husband Now Charlie I would like for you toprint the letter and comment on It You can do it justice I know CHARLES EVANS + + + The letter alluded to is Is as fol lows Denton Texas Sep B 1903 Mrs Nellie Evans Dear Friend Some copies of the Blue Grass Blade were handed to me y by some persons hero In Dcnton and seeing your name made an attempt to see If you are a real or imaginary per son Am an Ohio manw have been in Lima often know how in...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 October 1903

I 1Ijf y niI eel T aosei 03 i i d 7 j 28 W Mnln 1 BLUE GRASS r BLADE Vl EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALSPUBLISHED LtVOL PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCES r 1VOL XII NO 33 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY OCTOBER 11 E M 303 1100 A VEA pt y TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue Jar ono year SIOO < l In clubs of five or moro 60 cents reach a year f Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription SlCO Five copies one year 260 Make all Money Orders Drafts and 5 Express Orders payable to the KyV 2When you change your address ad 5V nvise this office giving your old as IiWeU as tile new address When you send your subscription nay 3EJ 4 whether you are a newer old sub iJCrlber KTho address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and serve aq a receipt as t1u i1 tinntinne ea r ± w ceIIftasMtChaage ii er blo tathe publisher for Woo fSuuscrlptlon price of all capers re fcelved until the paper Is paid for Inn 11up to date and ordered disco n plmieoV Office of publication 161 ...

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. — 11 October 1903

II t Ift W V 0 If k > < il f r pfrt < d T a BLUE GRASS BLADE a i fP f fl WILSO I I 1I t J WRITES A SECOND LETTER FROM I PHILADELPHIA Visits Independence Hall Phllosophl cal Society Christs Church Pain Vs Garret and other Places of Interest to Liberals J Thomas Paine The Master Spirit of the Revolutlon the Greatest Statesman the Most Patient Self Sacrlficing Far Seei ngho Indomitable and Intellectual Here of inem All Philadelphia Sep 15 1903 Editor Bluo Grass Blade Through tho courtesy of Mr Elliott I was enabled to seo much In Phila del phia I would not otherwise have seen I saw many things in this old town that would Interest you drove through tho famous Falrmount Park < or 4000 acres visited Cramps ship y yard tho mint and other public build ings hut will write only of matters of Liberal interest First wo visited Independence Hall now used solely as a memorial building filled with pictures books letters manuscript and mementoes Innumerable of the war of the Revolu tion...

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. — 11 October 1903

Li 4 t > I 7 BLUE aRASSJUU1thrltaw aw r I franYedthe Constitution of the U 8 OIl EDen Wn3 a devout worshipper i tooS eclally of the ladles Just how howI wor tp 1 the tablets dmt state JbutJjftnough they lay claim to this > qldl i elst the tablet falls to record as In case of Washington also that f ho Aras a devout Christiandont even 1i Lion their Christianity I go to t itfcli myself sometimes f The Church Yard l hs liout fifty feot wide extending full ea i along ono side of tho church the bother side being on the street T ntalong full of shrubbery andi a I fiWold gravestones Back of the birch yard is a court paved with I eStnmon brick and walled and roofed fRUtng an L to the church This i 5wrt Is about fifty feet square and Ii heath It Is a great many waliedup I farjck vaults or graves Some single aid some big enough for a family Hnong them the grave or vault of Bishop White IVr1Ck already mentioned that Rob art Morris died penniless and as there i was not enough gratitude 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. — 11 October 1903

uta f illr tl J v c I 77 it t BLUE GRASS BLADE Y REV SHEARER In a Perfectly Fair and Gentlemanly Style Proposes to Fleece Me and I Respectfully Decline His Offer Shearer Valley Ky Sept 5 1903I Mr C C Moore Lexington KyI Dear Sir When I wrote my llttl piece to you I did not think of stir ring up such a hornets nest ns I have Really I am a little afraid I have overdone tho thing I dd not thin of stirring you to tho bottom of your boots or tho solo of your foot At first I was a little Inclined to be steered but upon sober thought and examination and trimming ou all of tho sarcasm egotism and iron in your reply I had but very little eft anp very little sober thought in that You seem to be anxious for debate but really I have no desire to rip I you up tho back or to jump ont you with both or even ono foot Neither do I have any Inclination to sling mud at you ion say now you have tho burdei of proof Who has the burden of proof depends altogether on what Is affirmed or denied You say there...

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. — 18 October 1903

t it r R I t71 I Irtlfetf 1 t BLU jrF o GRASS BLADE tEDITED BY A HEATHJ1N IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALSPUDIISIITJD PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE IVOL XII N03 E LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY OCTOBER 18 E M 303 X100 tt I 100A YEARj H fTERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for ono year 100 k In clubs of five or more 60 cents each a year 1 Terms100 per year In advance I 7torelgn subscription SlGO cPive copies one year 260 k Make all Money Orders Drafts and i1 Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky t r r tJ When you change your address ad visa this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say s whether you ara a new or old BUD P scriber J The address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription and serve as a receipt as the date changes nas the subscriber pays JjI Sub ripUons to thlspubl cationare 0 not discontinued at expiration unless Aso ordered by the subscriber The courts Invariably hold a subscriber responsible to the pub...

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. — 18 October 1903

f I t Ii BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 WASHINGTON DR WILSON VISITS THE NATIONAL AL CAPITOL AND WRITES HIS IMPRESSIONS Declares That Washington Has Not Been OverEstimated But Over Glorified That His Monument Is r i Significantly Imperialistic Too much One ManA Letter Full of New and Striking Ideas and Racy With De scrlptlve Humor History and Per sonal Mention Washington D C Sept 25 1903 Publisher Blue Grass Blade After looking through the CallUol and ofhqr great buildings of this el and visiting Jut Vernon I thought of what Southoy had said Surel Washington bath left his awful mem ora light for nftertlmes Sureh said I It any man hath made InHl1or v tallty for himself that man wns L Washington Hero a great Cnpltol beara his name and a shaft piercing f tho clouds rises to his memory What king In tho history of tho world has been so honored Yet I remember that a mightier monument was built to Ramesls who lives to day but In his epitaph while his j4muminyi Is exhibited to curious curiadycrowdu w &l...

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. — 18 October 1903

J l U T J J 11 1 f BLUE GKASS BLAljE L f J cossful fighter and oven his enemIes bow to him Charles James Fox said of him 4 Illustrious man deriving honor lest from tho splendor of his situation that from tho dignity of his mind Lord Brougham Tho test of the progress of mankind will be to the appreciation of tho character of Wash ington Chataubrland There Is virtue In c the look of a great man After meet Ing Washington I felt myself warmed and refreshed by it during tho rcsl of my life It admit that I had some such feel ing after visiting Washington City 1and my return trip to Mt Vernon The feeling came to mo that I walk ed In the footsteps of a hero a man or truly noble mind and I fell J warmed and refreshed even the It Is painful to me to seo the + thoU tleSs people by hundreds dnllj jfKaTUng tho tomb of the hero of the 4 sword and passing Indifferently bj the tomb of the hero of the pen flu It is the way of this stumbling world By and by tho hero grows dim and new ones arise to bo...

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. — 18 October 1903

t Sal i Y II t BLUE GRASS BLADEd SHORTLETTERS LETTERS Lorena TexAs I have done noth ing for tho Blade but keep my sub scrlptlon paid up and distribute the paper after reading It I send you a club of five The protracted and dis tracted meetings are closed for the season and the preachers have about finished shearing their flocks and arc preparing for conference where the will compare notes and dlvy with the Bishops or get It In tho neck Find enclosed 2IiO and send me three sub scription cards for the other three D MARRS Shesheguln Ponn Please send me a souvenir from the Orient Allow me to express my admiration for the Blade and all of Its excellent contri butors with Dr Wilson at the head MISS ANNA BROWN Owenton IyHavo just flnlshet reading Dog Fennel th most Inter estlng book I ever read Behind tin r Bars and Mark Twain noUiwithstntul Ing Please send me an Oriental souv enir and put mo down for tho Bind Magazine II J SLOCUM M D e China Grove N CEnclosed 41 for I which please move my...

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. — 25 October 1903

C < t tC 1 f J > 1 Parker AT 20 cp 03t I 201E nIuln BLUE GIAS BLADE 1 iV J EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE t t l VOL XII NO 35 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY OCTOBER 25 ill M 303 8100 A YEAR 1S I I i TERMS OF THE BLADE Y t X 1 Issue for one year SlOO In clubs of five or moro 60 cents 1 each a year l Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five copies one year S260 ti Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the iExpress 1 1 Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky > k When you cliango your address ad a vise this office giving your old as J j well as the new address When you Bend your subscription say whether you ara a new or old sub addressIi paper will t aBhowxexplratlon of subscription and s r YiiI a receipt as the date changes is br astosuhqcrlbr pays Subscriptions to this publication are oii mot discontinued at expiration unless so ordered by the subscriber The courts Invariably hold a subscriber respon...

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. — 25 October 1903

r i I I 1 I BLUE GRASS BLADE I L r + Ho + + + + + + 1ot + oHo NLP < This Column Is Dedicated to IThIs National Liberal Party Matter Intended for Publication Should Be Addressed to Morris I Sachs Secretary Atlas Bank I Building Clnclnnnatl Ohio EBuilding + t 3F34I H3 F3 F3 Fd 1 hd 3 1 Larclimont Manor N Y Oct 6191 Mr Morris Sachs Dear SlrYour letter of the 30th ult with the handsome certificate duly received for whlcn 4ou have my sincere thanks I fcfft my ago nnd c infirmities will hardly permit me to b display as you kindly represent It the Interest in everything appear + talnlng to freethought and human 4 ity for the future that I have ns you think exhibited in the past Dr Wilson who so recently visited me 4s ilk in my Larchmont home can tell you about that I feel sure ho will ex cusp me on account of my physic 1 Inability I shall undoubtedly fcel the same Interest I havo over felt In the cause but can hardly do active 1service which I greatly regret 1 m In regard to the propose...

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. — 25 October 1903

f f 1T r + 1 I r t i BLUE GRASS BLADE t i THE BLADE BLADEMACAZINE i I MAGAZIN Will Be the Most Valuable Magazine In the World If You Will Give Me Only 500 Subscribers to Start on We Have About 170 Now I havo Just received from New Hope Ark a letter from a brother Tames1 E Mizzles who sends mo from that town tho names of IWo subscribers for the Blade Mngarlne telling inc that he has the O50 cents each for a yearto send Just as loon as we tell him the magazine Is ready I do not know whether these par ties are subset beifi to the lilade but 1 think It quite proVnnlo that some I of them possibly mort of them have never subscribed for tho Blade There would naturally be a great many people who would prefer to pay fiO cents for a mtipilno each mouth that would have all In It Unt the pa per had had for the preceding month 1 and especially as they could got the magazine for CO ents a year when the f paper costs 1 a year If not gotten InI clubs of five 6r more In which case It is 50 cents Tho...

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. — 25 October 1903

rr r I < BLUE GKASS BLADE t u m > SHOELGONEOUT OF FASHION C CHURCH COINC COINCNOT ESSENTIAL By Josephine K Henry If the Y M C A la not successful In capturing nil the men In our coun try It will not be for lack of designs methods and attractions to do so Everything from a baseball club to a materialistic lecture is offered as a bait to young men to become memo bers So strenuous is the effort to enlist them that the religious Idea has been almost eliminated until a young man can Induue In any pastime from IdcUing football to shaving and taking a bath without being warned that h p is in danger of losing his soul Lec tures on worldly subjects are given beforo the members but it remained for tho Rev P W Clampett rector of Trinity Church San Francisco to tell tho Y M C A in a recent lec ture that The churches no longer teach a material hell Tho belief In a material hell does not square with the doctrino of an allwise and loving God And then this Reverend pro ceeds In the following ...

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. — 1 November 1903

1 t 1 L J I r j f < Lj 8 BLADE t M = r j i KD1TED BY A nEATP iff GOOD NQRALBPUBLISHED Avi HEATljJke A j20s PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCES 20 Vi M VOL XUVO3U 1 LKXINGTNKtSlTNIAVlNOVEMBKR 1 E M 303 100 A YEA h BLADEI I r I J1 Issue for one year 1100 h i L lnC1ubsOf five or more 50 cents r < 4 each a year 1 e MSiterms 1 00 per year In advance < foreign subscription J160 Five copies one year 250 jj Make aU Money Orders Drafts and ri Express Orders payablj to the t riiii < rasa Blade Lexington Ky Kyr 11i < vlB jhis office giving your old as fefej well as tao now alldressl iltywheft yoU send your subscription say whether you arc a new or old sub scriber < r The address slip on the paper will < show explratlou of subscription anij sMva M a receipt aa the date changes ulrher pays h c s subscriber The Tln variably bold a subscriber responsible to the publisher for the Bubacrlplion price of all capers re atluived until the paper is paid for In hill up to date 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. — 1 November 1903

L llur v J t rt II I 41 i r BLUE GRASS BLADE I Says Dog Fennel Does Not Surpas Behind the BarsI Brunswick Mo Oct 19 03 Dear Friend Hughes Mr Willlni Ham who recently sent you a club of five subscriptions for the Blue Grass Blade was In to see mo the other day and I spoke to him abou td his Interest In the paper He told me he thought he would be able t 0 get more subscribers during the com ing winter Mr Ham Is one of those Freethinkers who are ever ready t 0 give their reasons for the faith th at Is In them I am reading Dog Fennel In th e Orient and enjoy It much So far a s I have read I do not think it BUI passes Behind the Bars though I t imay think otherwise before I finish i t tJBehind tho Bars Is a book calcu lated to do much good In the maw t w ter of freethought and free expre1 > slon Those who have read the J iibook must feel the utmost contempt k for those who prosecuted and per l secuted Mr Moore They doubtless found before they got through that they had barked up the wr...

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. — 1 November 1903

4 r fT Ito J rf r 4r f 1 1IIIIIIfIIIIIII J p i J Aie 1 St i i 4 y 1 f i I 1 i w 10 GRASSBJ BLUE GRASS M < M E wt r tFOR SALE For the Benefit of Mrs Hammer Somo t of My Personal Articles i I have for sae for tho benefit of J rs Hammer of Newton Ia whose I 1 stand Is in the penitentiary because 1 Is an Infidel the following articles I 4 One cap that I wore in the penlten 5 > try and one cap that I wore on tho J r utso to the Orient > Also one table that was bought for f I e and put in my cell In Paris Ky a lien 1 was imprisoned by the preach r4 and distillers s It Is ill table upon which I wrote Brig Fennel I v On each of the caps I have are p rve bid of 500 and on the table V f reserved bid of 2500 I will sell these articles to the one t vita will pay the most over those ff i mounts between now and 12 oclock < rSxt Christmas day I to have the priv y lltge of accepting any bid at any time Vtstween now and then i I will deliver these goods and the t V E ross amount will be ...

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. — 1 November 1903

T nT t r ru f 1 tI r Lrl I 1 I < BLUE GttASS BLADE NEW YORKERS YORKERSJEER JEER ELIJAH Dowle Descends to the Vulgar In His Effort to Make Impression In New YorkAudlence Became Disgusted at His Coarseness and Completely I Drowned Applause of the Host In Their HissesShow No Respect For the Prophet New York Oct 18Elljah III onco more tonight set on the edge the teeth of his audience In Madison Square Garden with the exception of course of the Host who reIponded with affirmation to his every utter anve even when It became obscene His remarks were again of tbe most rambling sort and he has now convinced the New Yorkers that he Is not only no orator but Is even unable of thought able to folow a single train thoui for more than a dozen words 1 come to you said he to get your hearts and after I get then I will get down Into your pockets Then contradicting himself he said York for Of course I came to New money but you dirty stinkpots rou havent any money Jeers and hisses greeted this sail...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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