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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 January 1905

ft t k r It T i k t < 1Lt t i 4 11 Ze ilt BLUE GRASS BLADE t fr EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 1 1100 A TEAR IN ADVANOl I VOLUME XIII NUMBED i jtI 1iIro LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JANUARY 8 E M 304 f o 100 A YEAR p TERMS OF THE ILADL t f 1 lnue for one year 11tO i2tIn clubs of Ie NEW RbIoriben 110 cnte each UO for aT j < Termer 1100 per year In advance w v foreign subscription 150 Five New Bubccrlben Mat o ne rear f for 1269 y r Mak all Money Order Draft and Expree Orders payable to the r Blue Oraaa Blade Lexington Ky fBlue 0Whn you change your address d i rile this office giving year old aa fi veil u the sew address When you tend your iubacrlpUon any whether you are a new or old ubecribr 1 Office of publication 116 W abort 8t 1 Leadasto xeaGueky Entered at the poet oce at Laatlig ton Ky u Seoond Olaaa Mall Katter 11BatterAddress Addreea all eommunleatloaa to 4LU GRAM BLADK P O 1OX ri II > Lxlngten Kentucky 1h1lte Telephone Ill 72 Cumberl...

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. — 8 January 1905

IYM lT ANNUAL t NIESSAC OF THE American Freethought Association Courage Freethinkers Couragel The New Year Is Ushered In Bright With Promise of Great Progress In the Cause of Freethought I wish to Introduco the Idea of Is suing an Annual Freethought Pro clamation after the manner of the Presidents Annual Message I see great usefulness In this If It be wide ly disseminated among all classe It Is now too late to prepare such a message and have it printed and clr I culated this year so I will contend myself with addressing the public as usual through the Blade and will not depart from my usual style of eXIJres sion As I am me retiring president of the A F A It Is appropriate that I review the progress that has been made during the year along with present prospects and the conditions which confront us Next year tills duty will devote on President Henry in the meantime the executive com mlttee will act upon this proposition and the document put out will b of an official character approve...

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. — 8 January 1905

C II I Ibecause its attitude toward tho church or rather the churchs hold upon lab or unions directly concerns Free thought and further because all re I form must of necessity be in line with Freethought The evolution of labor will be toward Socialism Just as Socialism evolutes to Freethought A broad comprehensive view ot Freethought must therefore Include all reform Press Magazines That press and magazines is still greatly throttled by the church goes without saying Such a splendid organization as tho Catholic Church is bound to wield power over public utterance Because of its compactness the press is less Included to assail It j than the less powerful Protestant or ganizations consequently we hear but little of the drunken scrapes and primrose dalliance of the Holy Fath j ers while the gay escapades of the a sanctified and predestinated are con I tinually exploited The press and magazine are money R making Institutions Their chief pro f It Is from the advertisements They s cannot ...

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. — 8 January 1905

lit < 4 LIBERALS SHOULD BUY THE SUNDAY EDITION OF THE ENQUIRE Some time ago I called attention of the Wade readers to tho bright ed Uorlals appearing in this great pape many of which are of particular inter est to the cause of Freethought I do not know the writer but ho Is evident ly a man who has pursued a thoroug course of Liberal literature Ho say s all that he dare say and we all know that editorial privileges are narrowed down to a small area when it comes to discussing matters in opposition to the Christian superstition 1Iost editors arc with us but nearly all get tho garotto when it comes to expres ing their own opinions The Enquirer editor is somewhat an exception and exercises a few prix loges not observant in others as evi denced in tho following clipping from last Sundays issue on The Emanc patlon of Woman While he only writes what is repeatedly expressed in our Liberal papers still his Infli o once is incalcuable as compared with ours since it goes to several hundi th...

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. — 15 January 1905

< Jy r < T lllfPQIr dt I v t vti j I f ti J BLADEi t J fopOD EDITED Bl A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OFJGOOD MORALSPUBLISHED PUBLISHED WEEKLY stLOOA TSAR IN ADVAXOM I L I VOLUME XIII NUMBER 46 nMIh LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JANUARY 15 E M3DS 1100 A YEARiI Heli I f j t M TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 line for one year 100w Ia clubs of lye NEW subscribers > 10 cents Mob IUOfor Ave 1 Terms fl00 per year la advance foreign subscription 160 Five New a bcdbers sent one year W for JW Make alt Monty Order Drafts and B = ongs Order parable to the Blue GraM Blade Lexington Ky LliWKen you ebaage your address ad Tlie tal o > ce givlac year old u well u tile aew address rji When yeti Bead your tabserlptloa sy wkeUer you are aewor didit a utberlhuj wbserfberSSrtSEe Bt r Entered at the poet ova at laS ftoe Ky ea Second Olase Mall Matter llattwAddreee Address all communication f BLUE QRA8 LADE P O BOX tilt Lexington Kentucky FWyetU Telephone liD i On berlaad Telephone 807 i < JtTO DELINQUENTSh 0 ...

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. — 15 January 1905

or > WE CANT SEE IT s1 1 The Rt Rev William Lawrence Bishop Episcopal of Massachusetts J In a recent sermon says t We are told that In the Boer war the loss In action was 20000 men that in the United States In threo 1 years have been killed In murders j and homicides 31000 men and wo j 4 1 > 4 men Although the church is In many j ways more alive than ever to her du ty to the people and the upbuilding of cha acterlt must be confessed with shame and sorrow that her gar ments are not free from the stain of lawlessness Men who have stood hhh in parish offices women who are active in worship have been and still are far from what they ought J to be in sustaining the highest stan rQ dards of obedience to the laws ofI God and man It Is the amusement of a scoffing world the inconsistency between our faith and our deeds I believe that scepticism Is at the bottom of much of our lawlessness scepticism on the part of members of the church as well as other people If a man does not believe i...

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. — 15 January 1905

SAYS THAT LIFE WILL BE I PRODUCED IN LABORATORY A University Professor Declares It Is a Result of Purely Physical and Chemical Forces t Chicago Jan 4That life Is the i result of purely chemical and physical fo f oq irrespective of any divino or vital force has been declared by Prof Albert P Mathews of tho University I of Chicago to his class In physiologi cal chemistry While refusing to dis pute the theory of tho divine origin of life Prof Mathews took the stand I that the present creation of life has been proved the result of purely phy alto chemical reactions Certain chemical substances ho said coming together under certain conditions do and are bound to pro i duce life no matter what theologians 1may say Thero Is no getting away from facts and the result of labora tory experiments In regard to the pro + duction of certain phenomena of life are convincing Prof Mathews predicted It Is only a matter of time before life Itself will be produced In the laboratory Tam doubtful about It ...

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. — 15 January 1905

r hi i < OUTLOOK FOR THE B GB + fl rYou all can see just as well as I can what is the prospect for tho i o Blade It seems to me to bo good But my experience has been that there were two causes that made poo pie cease their efforts to Increase tho circulation of this paper I One of the causes was that they thought it was going to fall anyhow K and the other cause was that they f thought It was going to succeed any how If it was going to fall of course Itt was just a waste of money to help t It and If It was going to succeed I v then of course it was just a waste of money to help it but a good many people men and women are sending kind words and their money and there has been a larger falling off of that class of peo pie who write me mean and Insulting 1t letters probably because they knov 1 that I will not print them any more t Most of these I suppose have not F been genuine Infidels but disgruntle 1 Christians 1t mugwump soreheaded t who masqueraded as Infidels in order to get 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. — 22 January 1905

t tJ Y 1 < r t I g BLUE GRASS BLADE r EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE s VOLUME XIII NUly ks4ar JLEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JANUARY 22 E M 305 S100 A YEAR r lldj tfti i TERM3 OF THE BLADE dj 1 Issue for one year 100 < In clubs of fire NEW subscribe J 60 caste each 250 for five ri f TermUOO per year In advance < foreign tubscrlptlon 160 r Five New Bubacrlbers sent one rear ftCor 261 ke11 Money Order Draft and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington K7 When you change your address ad o vise this office giving your old as well as the new address V Nhen you send your subscription Ir whether you are a now or old subscriber k t COfflceof publication 165 W Short St T JItoaxenvuckT IJ at the post office at Lezlni ton Ky as Second Glass Mall Matter MatterAddress F 0 F Address all communlcatloms to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 293 Lexington Kentucky ii78tto Telephone 619 z himberland Telephone 107 TO DELINQUENTS Wsj...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 January 1905

i SHORT LETTER I Cornplanter PaI note in your pa per of January 1 E M 305 an arU I clo headed A fine large Catholic I J lie In this article you make the stateI ment that even Jesus Christ Is reportI tt ed to have raised the dead only once t f if This I suppose refers to Lazarus This seems a strange admission for a man who was once an embassadi I to the heavenly kingdom I may not 4 be able to read the Bible aright but Jesus is reported to have raised from I the dead the daughter of Jaims St Luke eighth chapter 41 to 50 verse I also read In the case the son of the widow of Naln a report that Jesus likewise raised the young man from the dead St Luke chapter 7 11th to 17th verse I wish you would please explain these quotations If there Is any doubt 4 as to the statements therein ma Il J but as I read these texts and Inclu Ing Lazarus there were at least three persons raised from the dead by dl vine power and two of which you ap pear to have overlooked In your DIble reading either as a c...

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. — 22 January 1905

From Columbus Ohio Sunday Dis I patch SENSATIONAL BOPE CASE TO OPEN IN ZANESVILLE Rich and Rare Testimony to be In troduced Famous Olbbs Card I Will Be In Evidence I I Zanesvllle Ohio Jan 14th Friday January 20th will mark tho beginning I In this city of the famous libel suit of Rov Frank W Dope vs W A GIbbs From tUfl distance It appears that this will be the most sensational t trial over held In southestern Ohio 1 The plaintiff in this case is the rec tor of St James Episcopal church tho I most fashionable church In Zancsvllle I It numbers among its communicants I the wealthiest and most aristocratic I families in the city the Oranges the r f Schultzes the Stanberys the Pinker I i tons the Gibbonses and scores of other families who have been IdentlI > fled with the history of this city for generations Has High Position I I 1 fRev Mr B6pe has himself held a I JiiSpoglti6n among the clergy of th I t e s Hcame here five years ago from Cincinnati where he had be an assistant rector ...

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. — 22 January 1905

r I l THE GOLDEN DISK KNOCKS THE CROSS SILLY i The Yellow Peril Is Glttln Mighty Close to us The Czar of all the Russia prayed a mighty prayer through the Greek church to God for power to retain Port Arthur by the heroics of Gen Stoessel and a few more Christian bravesThe The Czar of Russia also spent good money with the Metropolitans of the various sees throughout Russia for their prayerful intercession on the same subject The machinery of the Greek church was worked overtime in an effort to do the graceful thing by the liberal Czar but a holy cog slipped and the Japs got Port Arthur The Czars failure to connect with good fortune has had another set back but he is too good a Greek Catholic to let on He must keep on toeing the mark He must show to God and an gels that he Is a dead game sport on the prayer racket He is not the only damphool of his kind at large The woods are full of them The Greek church owes an explana tion to Czar Nicholas and the tax payers They were told that Por...

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. — 29 January 1905

J dl tI T r c I 1 t j r 1 c t t lit Yi fl < i w t IL BLUE UEA88 BLADE r EDITED BY HEATHEN IN mA T parker SeptOHORALBPUBLIBUED T j High and Ashlantf East Side PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 d YEAR IN ADV ANO VOLUME XIII NUMBER 48 j LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JANUARY 29 E M 305 i = 1100 A YEARi r s 1 f JI4 Qo F Wr BEL TERMS OF THE BLADE 311sue for one year 100 1 lacluNofln NEW subscribers > 60 ceita each 25 it for fire Terms4100 per year in advance i < foreign subscription 150 Fir Nsw subscribers cent one year for U5 forlSOJMaks Make all Money Orders Drafts and bii > Bxpress Orders payable to the IfcBlae Grass1 Blade Lexington Ky if tf hsn you change your address ad rise this office gtrlag your old U well u the sew address INhen70U tfhsn you seed yer irabserlptioB styl 1 whether 7OUare a wvc r i < < j fie 1 > f uillsailfn ill W Bb < d 1 1 r terM at the postoffice at Lexlng Jton Ky M Second Class Mail Matter f f i Address all comrannlcatloas to = BLUE GRABS BLADE P 0 BOX p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 29 January 1905

fro MISER TO WELCOME DEATH In dl Clark Ridley Gives Away Rest of His pI Property to Tenant Ic Wishes to Retain Only Enough for Expense of His Monument Never Had Any Pleasure In Life He Declares at the Age of 85 to New Bedford Mass Jan 21 Clark Ridley the miser philanthropist who ess gained considerable fame last year by giving away his property Is still ni active although confined to his bed a sufferer from dropsy Recently he n gave away another of his r < tages to y one of his tenants Mrs Wllhelralna to Scammons Tho cottage Is located at jt 131 Robeson Street Mrs Scammons paid 1 for the all property which Is valued by assessors hat at 800 the land being worth 300sl I and the building for 500 Mr Scam n 1 l mons and his family havo occupied he the building for several years and as Cl the family Is a poor one Mr Ridley I i cf yrarely took the trouble to collect the 1 rent a rentMr Ridley hns made preparations y for his burial In Oak Grove cemetery r In this city and he has made a c...

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. — 29 January 1905

j t f L t u SAVAGE SUSTAINS SUSTAINSVIEWS VIEWS OF ABBOTT Noted Minister Declares Every Moth er a Madonna Every Birth Divine INCARNATION FROM PAGANISM Contends That God Has Put Himself Into Every Living Creature New York Dec 25Rov Minot J Savage In his Christmas sermon in the Church of the Messiah astonish I ed tho congregation that crowded the church by announcing views that un t t held Inihany particulars the present mont made by Rev Dr Lyman Ab butt In his address to the students of I Harvard university He particularly j emphasized Dr Abbotts contention I + that God Is everywhere In and through and of everything as the Brooklyn divine said But Mr Sav I age went a step further than Dr Ab holt he declared that the Idea of the I Virgin blrththo incarnaUon was taken from paganism He said too that every man possessed divine ele l 1 ments In brief he contended hat k God put himself Into every living creature and that each one contained at much cf God as was posnVe for II each to hold H...

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. — 29 January 1905

r HON E G COFFIN Warden of the Ohio Penitentiary When I was a Convict There Writes Enthusiastically of Dog Fen rel and Compliments the Blade Says He Is Not a Member of Any ChurchA Letter That More Than Pays Me for all I suffered as a Con victSpringfield r Springfield Ohio Jan 17 190E Mr Charles C Moore Dear SI11 havo been going to write you ever since I returned home from the pleasant visit I made you last fall and thank you and your es tlmablo wife for tho pleasant manner in which I was entertained by both of you during my visit I I shall never forget the buggy rldo I I took with you going from Lexington to your home and return And the 0 interesting manner in which you en l tertained me In describing the blue 4grass country wo passed through 1grass was my first visit to the blue grass country that I had heard so much about all my life and I must admit that in almost every respect i it greatly exceeded my expectations I in its greatness I presume that there is no other I place on ea...

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 February 1905

< 7y y r f > I i 1 In I J ri v 5 f BLUE GRASS BLADE A BDITEL P A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE R VOLUME XIII NUMBER 49 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 E M 304 11n = 100 A YEAR r Jtlatrft I d fu cL Ui N LASm r TERM OF THE LADE 1 IBIUO for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW aubscrlbert e 60 coats each 260 for five Terma100 per year In advance foreign subscription 160 V Five New aubccriberi sent one year for 260 g Make all Money Orders Draft and Express Orders payable to the Blue Onus Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad fv S vise this office giving your old aa < well aa the new address When you send your subscription say old whether you area new or Ith subscriber a 165 W Short Bt Office ofpublcation166 Entered at the post office at Lexlng ton Ky as Second Class Mall I Matter MatterAddreea all communications to r j Address BLADE P O BOX BLUE GRASS < 7 > MS Lexington Kentucky JYyette Telephone 619 imbprland...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 5 February 1905

J i s MORE ABOUT THE MESSAGE r Walter Hurt Offers Suggestions Re garding Dr Wilsons Plan rtDr J B Wilsons plan for the Is suance of an annual message by the I president of the American Free thought Association is in my opinion ono of the most valuable ideas for ag gressive and effective propagandlsm ever originated It seems to me that all progressive Freethinkersand t actual Freethinkers are of course progressiveshould unite in thanking Dr Wilson for this suggestion and urge that it be acted upon In its application the idea is origin al unique and we know that the new and novel attracts attention lust as we know that any reform movement must attract attention to itself if it would rapidly advance a In his preparatory statement Dr Wilson has covered the ground so thoroughly and so ably that he leaves f small opportunity for suggestion from 1 others We must agree that such a document reviewing the work and y L progress of the movement during the t preceding twelve months and outlin in...

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 February 1905

I 1 EVERY SUBSCRIBER SUBSCRIBERTO TO THE BLADE Should Buy as Many Every Week as He Can Thing of Persons to a Send them to r How the Roman Catholic Hierarchy Contracts the ElectorsAn Ex posure of Their Methods by Senator Thomas R Bard An Appeal to the Rip Van Winkle Senator Thomas R Bard of Call + fornia gave Important and startling testimony before the Soiate Commit tee on Indian Affairs In Washington January 31 Senator Bard said he had been vis ited by Dr E L Shaef an agent for a Roman Catholic mission society I Iand had been asked to use Ills In fluence In getting Republican mem bers of Congress to help In getting a Ii V iHtD peryeriou of the Imlltin trust fund for tho tipi > ort of Catholic I schools on the Reservation As ail ward Dr Schaef promised to have a I Isufficient number of Catholic Voles given to Republican Congressional candidates in so doubtful districts to elect them He designated the dis tricts and the priests who would see that the votes were delivered The Catho...

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 February 1905

r J KS r WAS JESUS CHRIST CHRISTA A GOOD MAN Cornplanter Pa Jan 10 Editor B G Blade I I was glad to see your paper In Its enlarged form as of old Now strictly adopt the cash system one dollar per year In advance and I when such time Is up stop It till the dollar comes Those who are not able or wllllni 4 to pay their dollar can club together and on your easy card offer get It for a 50 cents a year I l i Nobody ought to complain on those terms You claim you are very anxIous to have your paper do all the good It can This depends on the way In whIch you conduct It I beg to offer a few suggestion being aware that It Is your paper to do with as you wish and that so far as I am concerned I take no of fense at anything you say ffI see soihe of your correspondent arc much pleased to see you r < solve to Here followed some perfectly fair remarks about SocialismEditor I pay my dollar Just as cheerfully as though I were one You were once a clergyman No I was a Campbelllte preacher Ec Itor an...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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