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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 July 1904

IJ t t r t d BLUE IRAjSS BLADE 1tt1hrarlrer i EDITED BY A ZHUnftoiief Eafifcto < flflASZ1 OF GOOD MORALS i PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN VOLUME XIII NUMBER 21KENTUCKY ADVAffCB KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 17 E M 304 TTff I I 304X100 A YEAR fi t I I p a t = I TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 t J In clubs of five NEW subscribers > f 50 cents each 250 for fivet I Terms100 per year In advance 7 I foreign subscription 150II r Five New cubscribers sent one year for 250 h I Make all Money Orders Drafts Idvas I Express Orders payable to the v Blue Orass Blade Lexington Ky tl I th When you change your address adII ss vise this attics giving your old alIr well as the new address al na a When you send your subscription sayt oldstand whether you aro a new or olds subscrIberhi hiUI UI The address slip on thb paper will for show expiration of subscription and subscriptionboa boanerve as soon as the subscriber days hi 7 Subscriptions to thIs pu llcatloliare the not discontinued ut expira...

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 July 1904

> 1 > j REV MGARIY I OF LEXINGTON R O THE CONFLICTINi ouwrS CONFLICTINiOF OF THE DEATH OF J11 Arfl l l I I 1Ifnn Tn d Q Drots fopr91 2 Wtbh ctfMlng from the Chlcngo P M I I r Whl RMJ1J HJI 1Ollgh t1 reprint In the Blado some time vhqn you arocsbnrX of copy Youra fraternal 1InC i1 > 41 J 1w 1 Ul9 iftelnA IP foNp YR I 11IPIIJ I ALd Rr SM t 1 Angrth9o RI t1a Jp 9ft c gpath Judas The CbriRtiaivVStandard m religiot paperl publlahailitaokly in Clnolnnat I in ithoilntfimst ofithoCamplielllto 01 Disclplanw Dhurehof Christ Imsh del partmont lniit devoted to Blbllc I CrlUhlRmtl whl h 11Iromluctell bz ne J W McGarvay ilhltsissudrof Tune 11 BroHiorMoGarvey Is c lledupon to explain tho contradfcldryiBcrlpturi statements In regard ttftho manner of llioiidmth ot vFurtas And Itlsa boiuitri livfnctT may < Ray It Is n dnlsyamong explanation daisies ReallyMb < takes tho cake1 if not the entire bakery ItWouM takcthoprla at iiriy Worlds Parliament of Dlbl Cofrinrcntnldfs < let Ini a pr...

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 July 1904

j OF LEXiNPTflN JUSTLY REPMK ED BY MISS LU VI PHELPS OF VIf 1AC IICHUSET i a WliT II that Its not learning and worthyposl tlons alono that make men triilj b greatfyit rtftft J > proirfyjl < rfS rftrApro enceafid lit f lroy jftiff t make the tuturomant that learnl I I1d i Thotart rtuOdr nd t hrothi cJppJt1 m tLtll ncr Ilows A Iowa In time of need fco I of lue strong contrast existing boo twaenUuTUurtn occu yrhgroqVmHy rV 11I sponslblo posiUSrisfr HoroA Is bnbH 1 < I get troQl t qCltl 41 t Y II1g P1 rt Ican Jo Jn 9i UhowJcIrIntu tQQ It from the Prison Journal A little I lad of hflee lih lbtlflnV nHb I and tor wit d nlr iWfe3nVftl i sullen air stepped before Jitdge nlla4 1 haroMn itha ClovclrmU jtluvenllo > Court 11 the J4 th r dl1YII Ib frig rr t 1 Nfl 1 ste fpg A tttp JJMtOlhq j the judge Batf Jlfi ijonltiyou jfcn QJV J thati you ar oJ1llnlng < younifuturo2 What do you want to be when you boo 1 come a man Thijbbyfookealupat the jUdge suspl rtm tltplf11e believed him to...

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 July 1904

f 1 r J 1AJ P M r > t I thA PREACHER y WILL PAY 100 AN HOUR TO INFI ii DELS TO LISTEIN TOI fir TO HIMI Conway N Dak July 1 1504 > Editor llhio Grass Blade Dear Sir Enclosed Hurt a clipping ri from Minneapolis Dally Times nnd I lbw < wish you would give some light on the 1r ctnnilor i IA matterWhat tho Rev Scruggs offers I r i Jrthlnl Is a very good proposition and I wish I was there to hear him nnd Jj t h make a dollar or two beside f kYOllrs truly J V STAR 0 S Tko clippings is as follows AN INVITATION TO CHURCH p THAT SHOULD BE ACCEPTED Tho Rev Thomas Scruggs pastor j > f f a Baptist church at Provo Utah has 5i e tknude n public offer to pay a dollar an lff hour to Infidels who will sit In church and listen to him on Sundays Appli < i i cants must call on him to register and x pass nu examination as to their re i ligious belief He Insists upon the ex amination because he wants no milk 1 1 andwater unbelievers to claim the i dollar an hour It Is his purpose to irlroac...

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 July 1904

tI H 1 oTJ Ir t I fljBLUE IRAS I V i I D BJ A iiiA 1 THE iNTEREST OF GOOD MORALS I1altarker MORALSPOBIds11ED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADV ANOl 1 tE XIII NUMBER LhJo 110LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 24 E M 304 1 BIelatr = 5100 A YEAR Iftn1L what 1 I H t > I sOF THE BLADE a for one year 100 of five NEW subacrtbev rl jph J250 for fivewa 5 per year In advance I scrlptlon fl50 iibecrlbers Bent one year i ney Orders Drafts and1n Orders payable to theao 3 is Blade Lexington Ky f n change your address ad l s olDce giving yeur old asof 1e11 i ° the new address Q send your subscription say Prher lber BHjaHp on the paper willafro ton of subscriptionsc cetpt as the date changes subretfber pays t IM yLUe Ii nO mbjrmu a subscriber ojjtbo publisher for the prlco of all papersw nttbe paper Is paid tor date and ordered dis con dis1f ubllcation V 155 W Short St > i gton Kentucky t the ppst office at Lexlng fCyTas Second Class Mall ylr is all communications to ASS BLADE P O BOX exlngton Kentucky Te...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 July 1904

n y 7 t 1i fin SHORT i SHORTLETTERS I LETTERS I willi Richmond Ind Enclosed you find an express money order for to dollars for which you will please give us credit for postal cards youseritus last winter Wo will fill the retoAln Ing cards that we have on hnnllwlth names of persons we think will al predate tho grand little paper anl1 send them In to your office Wo wou1l1 have sent the money sooner but wo met with financial reverses Thanking I you for your faith In us we are yourS for success MARGARET COPPOCK i I mfm Now Sharon Iowa Enclosed ten cents for Blades of July 3rd There was a woman who came home from church near Peoria last Sunday b the name of Voss A tree blew on her after she got out of tho buggy It took twelve men a half hour to get her from under the tree She Is badly hurt three ribs and collar bone b en and has lost her sight but Is not dead yetDR J M WOOD New York City Enclosed find 100 for tho Blade which you have so kind ly sent me since September 4th This is the fir...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 July 1904

t H r 1must bo plain to ovory man and wo than that Is open to conviction to whom should tho product wcnllh E bo given givenYou You say that you aro surrounded by threo multimillionaires and nono of than wcro laborers Two of thorn spont years of tholr limo In looking dugtc for copper mines and found them etc tcllw But In tho last sontcncn you havo lhoOF following The other ono found oil as a result of his labor wo have tho flno oil lamps etc By the other ono f and by his labor you Imply that thoy were all of them laborers at least at leasII that time You may think that It Is StoporfecUy houses of coal oil etc from wb Ichbent the whole people must get their lI11since ply should bo exploited In the Into tstwas a restrho of a tow multimillionaires but tho 1 Socialists dont think so As for tho r declaration of the Socialist party to wards church I can only refer you toed 1 their platform as I cant seo how I l can make my statement any clea erAnblo 2 It may bo unpardonablo stupidity 1 W u...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 24 July 1904

IIIC s a h tl f if > i tl l i lri rr 1r CHILDREN t r SANG ON THEIR WAY TO DEAT TWENTYONE OF SUNDAY I I SCHOOL PARTY KILLED 70 HURT IN WRECK NEAR CHICAGO Yt SANG HYMNS BEFORE CRAS Chicago July 14 Twentyone memo bars of the Sundayschool of Doremi Congregational church Thlrtyflr nail Butler streets went to death with Joy In their hearts and a hnm on their lips Inst evening while 70 persons mostly children members of tho same Sundayschool wore mail oil und mangled in a collision on the Chicago and Eastern Illlonois nnll Way between Chicago Heights and I Glomvood 25 miles from Chlca Yesterday was tho annual picnic of tho Sundayschool and hundreds of children with their parents amI friends had gone to tho picnIc grounds at Momcnce Ill for the da The picnic was over and tho train was when the fin the return to Chicago accident occurred Tho children In the first coach of the train were singing as It passed 1 Chicago Heights 23 miles frrfm Chi Iicago Two miles further on the sing R Ing wa...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

yy 1 BLUE GEASS BLADE ti EDITED m A HEATHEN 111 s rarkerSei101300D 41ORALSPIIBIIS11ID 1 h ana Ahlnd East t31de PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANOS r VOLUME XIII NUMBER 23 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JULY 31 EM 304S100 S100 A YEAR 1 I TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for ono year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 260 for five p60 cJ Tcrms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five New subscribers sent one year for 250 Make all Money Orders Draftc and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad ° vise this offlc giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say 1 whether you are a new or old subscriber r The address slip p the paper will 1 c show expiration of subaCnjlJon and servo Aa receipt as theGjatecWnses as nnn s lho subscribe pays v ubscrlpaps to this P a tcdtlonare ot dscontihued at ox tratlon unless I BO ordered Dy tlie subscriber The i courts Invariably hold 1a subscriber respo...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

r = YX yn 0 T 0 9 l = jYT i r 2 0 J f 1 15LW i i LWl I I I tf 7 7 1 d j > 1 1 7 tT i + r BLUE ya GRASSBLAIR 4 r EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN TUB INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR JfjJiijlllli 1VOLUMExill NUMBER 23 LEXINGTON KENTUCK i SUNDAY JULY 31 E M 304 r1 f J T X 100 A YEAR t ON Ilov aro a That lures damnod mace It Is It the Bcrtlceof It la around I tor Icmro tharltatlvo One lie sled Sault inorttal Man IkHot TERMS OF THE BLADE choice must DEI 1 IMUO for nno year 1166 If otor In clubs of fivo NEW sutMorlbera iof II 60 coati eAch sG for are would advaaceho W4 r le advance TermaII00 per year award foreign subscription 100 Ono New nubscrlbors sent MB year strali for 15410 Orders Draft 1141Mal Make all Money ta the Imy h Kiprwis Orders payable llluo Orasa made LeilBgloa Ky ycani Ions I When you cSsnso soar a4dmi IIot bn vise thin office giving your oW ae well ai the Loa lrho1 r iptto When you send your kubicrlptloft aayi ace old eUler OU aro a aew or whether you ell rt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

t 11 f THE DEAD OOM PAUL KRUCER I I have received from some to me unknown party a copy of tho PlttMI burg Gazette containing a sermon which was marked by Hov 12 M I Wood on Paul KriiRor with the pencil I 1 marginal annotation Comment on a this and from which I talio the folI lowing I 1 In solo respects ho would not liec out of harmony with Vnltor tho pen ° niless or Peter tho hormlt or God frey of Donlllon What this Paul was to tho Boers this Peter was to tho Ig norant Christian masses of Europe With his blood turned to fire he went from province to province riding on a mule bnro headed and barefooted holding aloft a crucifix this diminu live warrior monk uttering his thrill ing war cry Deus vultGod wills ir Ithe stirred tho patriotic frenzy to such a degree tho like of which Eu m n rope has never seen In those eight crusades it is estimated over 2000000 perished What excited our pity most was tho childrens crusade in 1212 when an army of unarmed French children 30 000 led by a boy ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

11 0 if 1 f THE BEAD nOM cry ed PAUL KRUGEI i nr OX1 I have received from some to moox < unknown party ft copy oC tho ruin burg Gazette containing n Mormon fo 9 4 il h waq mar iltti Hoy E M flde wood on Paul Kruger vrtifli the pencil tout marginal annotation Comment oa this and from which I take the fol lowing v In sono respects ho would not be out of harmony with Walter the pen nllcBs or Peter tho hermit or God to t frey of Bouillon What this Pail was to the Boers this Peter was to the Ig norant Christian masses of Europe With his blood turned to fire rbo wont from provlnc to province riding on i I ly mule bare headed and barefooted holding aloft a crucifix this dlmlmi tlve warrior monk uttering his thrill Ing war cry Deus voltGod wllle IthQ stirred tho patriotic frenzy to such a degree tho like or which I2u rope has novel seen In tnoso eight crusades it Is estimated over svOOQOO tt perlt had I perlphtdiWhat excited our pity most van the is childrens crusade in 1212 when nnw ann...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

I I I Seashore OUTING Atlantic City ViA C2OROUTE ROUTE Thursday August 4 THROUGH WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHilADELPHIA STOP OVER PRIVILEGES RETURNING 1 11400FROM ILEXINCTON WINCHESTER MT STERLING AND MOREHEAD GOOD RETURN ING UNTIL AUGUST 15 INCLUSIVE THROUGH TRAINS WITH OUT CHANGE ENGAGE SLEEPING CAR SPACE NOW I Inquire of your agent for full particulars or write RETURNII H W FULLER G P A G W BARNEY D P A Washington D C Lexington Ky From St Louis Post Dlspalcli ERRINC PREACHERS WIFE DEFENDS HIM JULIII BOWNE IS OLD ENOUGH TO TAKE CARE OF HERSELF SAYS MRS CORDOVA FEELS NO SYMPATHY FOR HER Declares Nothing But Lies Has Been Printed About Her Husband t Since His Elopement New York July 21Ex Pastor J F Cordova of the Conklin Methodist Episcopal church of South River N JUlliDnwn J who Induced beautiful Julie Bowne one of his choir singers to run away with him has obtained full forgive ness and Is ensconced In the bosom of his family again 1Vhen 1t1 vas said soveal days ago that Mrs Cordova ha...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

v v I u I = to f LY ipr iI v t f b to a cI J = ll f j i t o t Ij t Seashore OUTiNG I Atlantic City 0ViA t C 0 t v ROUTE I I 1 Thursday THROUGH August 4 I WASHINGTON MLTIMORE PHilADELPHIAI STOP OVER PRIVILEGES RETURNING 11400 WINCHESTER MT STERLING ANn MpREHCAD GOOD RETURN 1 I INC UNTIL AUGUST 19 INCLUSIVE THROUGH TRAINS WITH 11 OUT CHANGE ENGAGE SLEEPING CAR SPACE NOW j Inquire Bf ytur agent fr full particulars or write E i H W FULLER Q P A Wh l lhltD C i Unim Bt Ix > uts l ostIM wtck > LL ERRWEh d KHBACHEHS WIFE DEFENDS HIM t Luut BOWHE It OLD ENOUGH TO tJKE CARE OF HERSELF sAys MM CORDOVA I KfiELa HO SYMPATHY fOK HE t SDeelarea Nothing But Lies Ha a Peen t Printed Abut Her Huibaml T since Hit Elopement JffiW York r Jul1 1trIAlltor J F tjsnloni of tho Conklln Motbodlat ijprgcopal church of South Rlrar N 4W who Induced beautiful Julio BOFr i ino nf 1Ia chair elnjora to run away with 9j hs obtained lull forlve ngM Ue1t1l cn conc sl In tha txvtotn of hi ft J 4IvlrJi 4111 sCIiaIM...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

0 p lAm d J t i I J 9 LEO TOLSTOYS TOLSTOYSAPPEAL APPEAL TO THE GLERG Whoever you may bo popes arIU nnlfl bishops or pastors of whntr oluirnli forego for a while your as suranco that you are the only trim 11Is clplos of limo Rod Christ and nmom bor that you nro nrst of all men that Is according to your own toachli beings sent Into thin world by God to fill nil Ills will roniombor this ntlll nsk yourselves what yon aro 110lng Your whole lIfo Is devoted to prench hug maintaining and siireadlng among men a teaching which you say was 10 vealoil to you by God HlniRolf and Is therefore tho only one that Is trllo and brings redemption It what then consists this ono trllo and redeeming doctrine that y 011 preach To whichever one of the ocalled Christian Churches y 011 thnt may belong you acknowledge your teaching Is quite accurately ox pressed in the articles of belief for mutated attho Council of NIoaoa IGOO years ago Thoso artlclos of h01l0f are as follows First There Is a God the Fathor ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 July 1904

T 1 I 1L tEtrQt tOI b f > APREAt TO < i r r nnrl It Gtrtin I lItrHtlllEDtER CV t lItrHtll 3M T UIt rnt rrn + l IIJ H Whoever you may bo i > pjwp > < uirdl V1C t I fin JmJqIls iYsh1In4 3K11f mcr 1 I to 1IlIlfljlntN IP tRnaP X11114 mu r wet itl41n I ells 1t 1 t lf tlPJJlIlIpqtl fJMlfjT Altfi ryaedt r astl4zRilarrarQf ° frMlteWut nn f tar accordng o jour own teaching J beiu nt ln h work od1dlilo ffJi Hs InS1 1Tr rQlneIUjj 1atD yr ts b11C11h 1lJ r dmng 1 Your whole lffl Js devoted to preach + Inc nmlntnlnlna and spreading ntnoii lIlla13eT mm4ra ll l vFa Cl tj br od lIlla13e d 111 IB thin occthut ifaiyTchK Tt Ir lain 5 nndJMnils r4U0fnpXto 2 I It what then consists this one trUe JMll ja fflili tmH1 otilYlricrliat you wawtiSYtkchn TB nJ nlll6helela kIM tit tlld oJ EoCfftldA tnirlStlatf CHKVcleS I you reasa yourVtcacliuiui itfltl Accurately ux 1 ft wWftft J nAAa qr TAtfMXJrx eC tb f air alBtho tpunollo GOO IculnI600ot ot eni nr mifnnfntM i tir < l wi A mars ahn 14RNO tr c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 August 1904

J fI ti 1 p t < 7 L DE l GRASS BLADE EDITED Ill > A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANOh VOLUME XIII N YEARg tshiandi lsaScpt04 l TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issuo for nne year 100 ryvin clubs of five NEW subscribers < 50 cents each 250 for five t at I Terms100 per year In advance > foreign subscription 150 Five New oubscrlbers sent one year jI 250 all Money Orders Drafts and i Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky tit i When you change your address ad ji1vise old as i vise this office giving your well as the new address r irWhen you send your subscription say c whether you aro a new or old subscriber The address slip on the paper will II show expiration of subscription and r ° serve as a receipt as the date changes ias soon as the subscriber pays r Sullscrlptions to this publication are not discontinued at expiration unless so ordered oy the subscriber The courts invariably hold a subscriber responsible to the publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 August 1904

F I I = THAT DEBATE BETWEEN REV U 0 WILKINSON AND ME SEEMS LIKELY TO MATERIALIZE Grady hilt Ter July 22 1901 Mr Charles C Moore As per your request I mot the Hov Wilkinson last night mid arranged to I have the dobnto at Ople which la S I miles East of the Hock Island railroad and 8 miles west of Grady on the Ryan and Grady road i We will either have an arhor or a tabernacle as It Is at a country school house There will be a restaurant on the ground The debate Is to begin on Monday after the fourth Sunday In August That Is as soon as Rev Wilkinson can meet you as his time Is occupied until then He said last night that he was going to take all the hide oft of you I havo been thinking what a pity It would be for you to go bacl to Lexington with a no hide onno hide no hair no beard I dont think the Lexington friends r It would look would know you and 1001I r hard fo us Infidels to get you to I come out here and get you treated so r badlyWarden 4 Warden Conin let you keep your hairthen f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 August 1904

I yr I hunnn 1 l LIBERAL HEADWATERS i WHEN YOU ARE AT THE I FAIRI I At St Louis this year be sure and stop with Mr and Mrs f W C Wagener 3111 North Newstead Ave You will find everything Neat Clenn Homelike and Welcomo I by Liberal Friends Rooms or Rooms and Board at very rea I sonable prices f v Mr and Mrs Wagoner will tako great pleasure In making j you ac cunlntted with other Liberals who visit the Fair and stop with them or in tho vicinity You will find tho editor and publisher of the Blue Grass Blade at Mr Wagoners If wo are fortunate enough to visit the Fair DONT FORGET THE ADDRESS but take this paper with you Wrlto them for particular W C WAGENER 3111 North Newstead Ave ST LOUIS MO a From Lexington Democrat SOLDIERS WILL ATTEND THE HANGING OF CUSTER GARDNER AT MUN FORDVILLE TROUBLE IS FEAR DEATHr Louisville Ky July 27Upo1 the request nt Sheriff J B Jones of Hart county who is commissioned to hang Ouster Gardner at Munfordvlllo to morrow Governor Becklmm bus order ed Major Mans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 August 1904

r jI APOLITICAL AaPOLITIGALLETTI LETTER WITH THE POL ITICS LEFT OUT d San Nicolas 72 Havana Cuba May 25 1901 Mr Clmnos c Mooro My Dear Mr toorll trust you n will pardon me for venturing to ad dress you familiarly as above for af ter having boon a subscriber to tho Blue Grass Blade for some five years I feel that I am Intimately acquainted with you even though we may not bo warm personal friends Wo aro wide apart on sonic points but I yield to no man in my admiration for your pluck and the sturdy and Invincible courage with which you have waged over against that appalling curse of tho world Christianity for so many long and weary years and under such discouraging circumstances your per feet fairness in debate and the case with which you have vangulshcd all who have ventured to enter Into dis cusslon with you upon any or all points in connection with the Chris tlan religion also command my high est commendation I do not call you Brother Moore for I dont like the term aid whenever brot...

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