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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 30 July 1905

l fo t d il r Y IJADEIllkh Illkh Parker IJADEj < ast 8 j JTJTT t A HfIIA THEN l1Vu ais 1111111 OP O D MORALS FfR11cc11ED EEKLY 106 A tEAR IN ADVANCh VOLUME XIV NUMBER 19 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDWJULY 30 E M 305 100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 1100 In club of five NEW subscriber 10 cent each 250 for five Terme 1100 per year In advance foreign ubcrlptlon 110 Flv new subscriber sent one year t fr tIM Mak all MlnlY Order Draft and Expr M Order payable to the 81ue Qraa Made Lexington Ky When you chang your address ad vies this mel giving yur oU M 1well ai the new addree When nn tend your ubacrlptlon uy t whether y u are a new or old sub sc bar r publleailwv 163 W Short St Lexington Kentucky Entered at the poet office at taxing ton Ky aa Second Clan Mall Mat ter I Addrea all communication to ILUE GRASS 1LADE P O BOX 313 LexIngton Kentucky Faytt Telephone 111 Cumberland Telephone 807 AN ATLAS FOR 1100 Tk Great Northern Railway baa Is sued an Atla of SI page containing ...

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. — 30 July 1905

From Lexington Leader PETER VINEGAR t Enters the realm Where De Street Are Gold and De Lan Is Filled t Wid Milk and Honey Quaint Negro Exhorter Passes Away at His Humble Home After a r Fc Quaint and Unique Career Some of His Orig I inal Texts The noted Negro exhorter Alexan der Campbell Vinegar known genera ly as Peter Vinegar who for cars has preached at Intervals to the peo ple of Lexington on the streets and In public places died Wednesday night at 920 oclock at his home on Blacl burn street In his C5th year death t ing duo to paralysis and Intermittent fever Peter Vinegar was one of the most noted colored characters In the pulpit In Kentucky He was unique and occupied a field of religious work peculiar to himself Although preach Ing the gospel he Invariably carried a flask of whisky in his hip pocket from which ho would take a few pulls at regular intervals during his sermons He cared not who saw him or what was said concerning a him After an invorating pull at bls flask he woul...

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. — 30 July 1905

I I i CIVE US H A REST i ON THE MILLIONAIRE t I got so tired reading of and hear ing about millionaires that I wish I could emigrate to Poverty Flat II that they would emigrate to Jeru salem the Golden It seems to me meI the climate soil and locality there would suit them exactly Poor old Mother Earth does not seem to bo a suitable place for the abode of such fine folks It might be a good thing for Edward VII to colonize those of royal blood and royal fortunes and I wish he would for wo might then have a rest on the millionaire Tho American press devotes Its greatest energies to exploiting the millionaires Telling of their summer and winter places regal wardrobes and jewels yachts dinners at 1500 per plate 5000 collie dogs with re tinue of servants automobles dinners to monkeys weddings with disgusting and vulgar display All this and much more are dished up dally to the American public The Influence of all this enters Into the daily conversation of old and young until every one you ...

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. — 30 July 1905

= p MORAL MAN The moral man is the last and the highest product of evolution and sooner or later he Is destined to rule the earth and convert it Into an Eden for the human race He knows that love Is the only real religion and that happiness Is the on ly good he Inflicts no pain no strife nor discord Ho hates hypocrisy ho seeks the good of all ho speaks the truth and pays his debts he does not parade his virtues for the praise a men He knows that his duties and his obligations are cosmopolitan he real izes that no people on the surface of the earth are so remote from him whose happiness and welfare are not bound up with his he knows that the hopes and the fears the joys and the sorrows of all the inhabitants of the earth are indissolubly knit together he knows that none can suffer wrong without all sharing in that wrong he knows that none can feel the delight ful thills of joy without all sharing in that joy he knows that those who grow better cannot make him more miserable he knows ...

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. — 6 August 1905

1t j < 1 II tj Pf j p ii r I 1 < 11 BLUE UJRA88 BLADE f r ADVANOAi i AShland SeptOfj IIndt t East xiv NUMBER stdf LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY AUGUST I VOLUME 6 E M 305 100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 1100 In club of five NEW subscribers t 50 cent each 250 for five Trmf100 per year In advance j feralgn subscription 160 Five new subscribers sent one year for 250 Make all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address ad a vise this office giving your old as well as the new address When yt > send your mbscrlption say 5 whether y M are a new or old sub salter t stidr JtL i 1 Offi publication163 w Short St i Lexington Kentucky > r r Entered at the post office at Lexing iton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat iSf ter t Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky iFayett Telephone 619 E Cumberland Telephone 307 o t AN ATLAS FOR 100 > The Great Northern Railway has Is...

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. — 6 August 1905

E ARMSTRONCON ON KINDNESS San Antonia Texas July 27 05 Dear Brother Moore I have been reading with a great deal of Interest your recent preach ments on kindness With me It Is stll a problem as to whether I should be I cruel or kind or neither and I was In hopes you would throw some light or I a very dark questioni Kindness as I understand It is thei disinterested doing of good to others i Tho kind man will thus treat friends I and enemies exactly alike To lllus trate The person who subscribes I to the Blade and pay for it may InI one sense be said to be your friend j while he who gets It does not pay for It may In a sense be said to be you tienem Now I ask myself this ques tion Would a truly kind man attempt to force the delinquent to pay up It seems to me that any argument you might make would Ue wholly t egoistic To bo kind to those who arc kind to you Is certainly not kindness In the sense that you mean It The Inevitable corollary of such would be tci i met can never be used In t...

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. — 6 August 1905

I I r + IBLUE SPRINGS CHURCH THE SCENE OF A BLOODY SABBATH TRAGEDY I L Columbia Miss July 3News reached hero of a shooting and cutting 11 Iaffair which occurred lato yesterday i I evening at Blue Springs Church 12 miles northeast of Columbia In which whichI was dangerously wounded with but J small chances of recovery I Th circumstances as near as can t be learned are about as follows j I Young McNeese a crippled son of i Floyd McNeese had a row with two J or three young men named Crowloy I and Will Marco and was roughly handled The father hearing of the affair went to the church ground and j began Inquiring Into the cause of the difficulty Ho had a few words with Maree in which he called Marco a liar Marco promptly knocked him I down with a pair of brass knucks and as soon as McNeeao could get up ho I advanced upon Maree with his knife Marco drew his pistol and fired four times all of tho shots taking effect two In the hand one In the right arm and one in the breast through the hear...

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. — 6 August 1905

1 I l A MAN AFTER AFTERGODS c GODS OWN HEART IB Silas Rockwell of Covington Ken tucky AB an Illustration of the Bo Goo < Idea now prevailing In this paper I would like to give a practical cxam pie I have known Mr Silas Rock well of Covington Kentucky tor many years He Is 90 years old and an Atheist He does not look to be over 75 years and is much younger appearing than many men at CO Ills face Is young and glowing with all the freshness and Interest of life He refuses to bo Oslefied Ho is straight quick active very neat In his appar el and altogether a fine old renUe man of the old time type He expects to live to be a hundred He Is contln uously active in Freethought work helping the cause in many ways His work is chiefly local and amonJ friends and acquaintances As a memo ber of the Covlngton library board he sees that the best Liberal works are on the shelves and calls attention to their presence Now if such a man Is not after Gods own heart why does he permit him to live so lo...

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. — 13 August 1905

I r t y < 4r Jif 1I4p j J AI r JJ ont > 0 > > > 1 to k r < f 1 5 < f 7 < i r 0 1 I 1 fi tJ i f BLUE GIt4S BLADE EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE I Hg T er bland East lALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE + VOLUME XIV NUMBER 21 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUN AY AUGUST B KiH 3H M 305 1100 A YEAR r TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five i Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers sent one year for 250 Make all 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 well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether y u are a new or old sub i scriber ii Office of publication tea W Short St JLexlngton KentuckyI I nter at tM post office at Lexlng n r f 1n ai ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat I ter t tddresG all communications to BLUE I F GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393...

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. — 13 August 1905

fi A COMMUNIOATION Editor JournalA number of artl I cles have appeared during recent weeks In the Dally Register In which a gentleman who delights In the COgI nomen Professional Defender of f ofI Thos Paine has labored by argul ysment and statement to rehabilitate j J I the smirched character of that erratic argulI 1 Controverting tho arguments and i statements of this gentleman and oth t ers I begin by laying down tho prop osition that It Is as tho doctrinaire of ja philosophy avowed by antiChristian I and essentially antireligious that i f i j Paine is either attacked or defended j 7 that his private character is a matter j of interest only as it may bear as z t proof of tho practicability or imprac ticability of that philosophy as ex f amplified in tho life of its apostle t that as his theological works being the real cause of interest In him con r stitute a most bitter attack upon uponit avoidably follows that defense of him partakes of the form and spirit of attack on that syst...

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. — 13 August 1905

J f Short Letter Estabuchle Miss July 19 1905 Messrs Hughes and Moore I have been taking xho Blade 12 years Brother Mooro has changed front and Is talking about goodne and happiness Ho also talks about anarchists and socialists I never saw an anarchist and never saw but two socialists but I do not believe there Is ally such organization to kill rich people or royal people About two months before McKinley was dlled Mr Mooro wrote a piece In the Dlado In which he said McKinley might get killed If he did not be liberal with his subjects When we get that number I of tho Blade some of his subscribe hero went wild over It and ono man I said ho would not take tho Blade We reasoned with them and In a short I time It was all hushed up Then 1Ic Klney was killed and there was an 1 other stir JI believe all men are more or less J lessI Insane and I do not believe that any body but an Insano man would delll erately kill a president or a royal per son Send mo 25 cents worth of Mrs Henrys pamphlet...

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. — 13 August 1905

r HUMAN AFFECTION Continued from First page see how things turn out I feel that I am just beginning to grow I shall Just be ready to accomplish somethln h when I die I want to continue to ex ifpand and progress r I want the same for all others espe w lady for the Ignorant the suffering the deformed the vicious the depnu ed and all the helpless of earth f I want to see every floweret of hUt manlty nipped like Highland Mar by deaths untimely frost bud and blossom Into full and fragrant being i I want to sea those youthful get uses Hypatla Burns Byron Shelley Heine Keats Poe and May Collins re enkindle and scintillate In the cryi talllno spheres I want to see thoso who hMe dreamed glorious dreams of the good they would do If they only had the choice and opportunity I want to see f = the broken heart mended I want to see justice crown the martyr I want to see the freedom 1 caged soul which sighed freedomI hours heavily away through long years of dungeon gloom pass cou sclous through the...

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. — 20 August 1905

I r ye r I c Lircrl4 fly 1 I ijir < k ifrBLADE EDITED BY A HEAT TJtrker rGOOD MORALS G PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE High eDt05 and AshlandeDt05 Ashland so t i I fast lletlio j VOLUME XIV NUMBER 22 t1o LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUND Y AUGUST 20E M 305 100 A YEAR J I I L4 TERMS OF THE BLADE fc I Issue for one year 100 Jir 1 clubs of five NEW subscribers Ift > 59 cent each 250 for five l 1 Ter11s4100 per year In advance I foreign subscription 150 I X Five new subscriber sent one year 4 rfor 260 w i Make all Money Orders Drafts and X Express Orders payable to the Elue Grass Blade Lexington Ky 4F When you change your address ad Ai1 vise this office giving your old ai jW v well as the new address When you send your pubscrlptlon say whether 4L u are It a new or old sub 4 llcationt163 W Short St ton Kentucky t i sk Entered at the post office at Lexlng jton Ky as Second Class Malt Mat terr 1 9 C Address all communications to BLUE L f GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky...

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 August 1905

r D 1i 1 ARMSTRONG IHARMAN HARMAN MOORE I l L San Antonia Texas August 9051 Dear Brother Moore On account of anything I may say In behalf of Moses Harman I would not have you think I am an anarchist or freelover I do not believe In gov I ernment of any kind nor do I believe I in Institutional marriage but this to i Iime me Is the same as saying I do not beI lieve In astrology or necromancy Be lieving everything that Moses Har man believes concerning marriage and government and exactly for the same reasons I still differ from him even more than you do Brother Moore If you and Harman ore sincere ft Brother Moore and I believe you are in fact I class you and him with Tol stoy and all three of you with such men as Eplctetus and Marcus Aure llue rare good souls from whom I would as soon expect a truly vicious act as find the fangs of a serpant in the mouth of a doveIf you and Har man I say are sincere you both be hove the world can be made better each according to his own Ideals of what ...

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 August 1905

I rr r THE NEW YORK TRUTH SEEKER AN INFIDEL PAPER The Dlue Gross Blade and the New York Truth Seeker of which the latter Eugene Macdonald Is tho editor are now the only two weekly Infidel pa pers published In America That the T S represents many Infidels Is evl dent from the fact that It gets 300 a year for subscription while the Blade gets only 100 I do not know about their relative patronage as the T S never tells that but I suppose It is less than that of the Blade and I think the letters from friends published In each Indicate that more people pay for the Blade than pay for the T S and the T S seems to be largely kept up by dona tionsThere There Is no doubt however that tho T S claims to be a representative In fidel paper and is so recognized by enough Infidels to support It r have all regard for the man who bell ves wrong and does right but nine for the man who believes right and does wrong Belief is anaccident of life over which we have no control bit we are responsible for ou...

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 August 1905

he o j r I w f y p if dirfk J rx k fTHE COWARDLY DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP I ARCHBISHOPCHAPELLI CHAPELLE I h J Some one sent me a copy of the New Orleans Picayune having In It 1 kan account of the death of Archblsho Chapelle ChapelleThe J The following passage In the ae I count was marked The Archbishop was very 111 and 1 It was apparent that he was In dying condition and that his moments were numbered He seemed to feel It and said I am dying oh this Is appal log this Is appalling and he aske If Father Blever had come He held In his hand his crucifix and presse It to his heart and his lips Dr Fo mento entered and his niece ap proached to render some assistant i He motioned her to let the Doctc see him Dr Formento and Dr Lam I 1 both did what they could but death i was coming fast Miss Sollgnac see Ing that her uncle would probably die before Father Biever could reach the I bedside sent In haste for the nearest 1 priest Rev Father LJvorell Curate of St r Augustines Church which is only a s...

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. — 27 August 1905

i 4jr Ir t l Lt I l y 1 iJ J e F BLtTE GRASS BLADEr f IDITEDBYA HEATHEN IN THE INTERESTS GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE fJJ NUMBERr 2 1RiMS SRMtipF THE BLADE 1eta for one year 100 Sffflve NEW subscribers ehi2 50 for five I Mr year in advance erlptfori 160 rlbers sent one year I Ortlergt Drafty and i ยต ayabie Vil the Elus M1ngton Ky l your address ad 1 as crsay or N tiuir O fce Pybiica ion153 W Short St Lex1 i n Kentucky i Ent regat the post office atLexing ton < yi > as Second Class Mall Mat te Addrefs all cammunlcatlons to BLUE oRAlr BLADE P o BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky 1 ItN Faye Telephone 819 Cumberland Teiephorie 307 USTE BREAKS DOWN AND tSCClS FOR SPIRITUAL AD Via ER CONFESSION EX if PECTED den utah August 14P J Lus who killed his wife In Guthrie li asf asked for spiritual advice and tailed confession Is expected fjis < a physical wreck and may not fintjr ls lalrsTho police knew Ingof his crime until a woman yedhimd U Requisition for Luster i...

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. — 27 August 1905

fluento of whisky and race horses and andI 4aM kinds of gambling and bad wo a men and murder and suicide and as sasslnaton and now as the latest an f archy has broken out in Lexington In the shape of burning the property of f rich men I The highest society in Lexington i f will honor and praise the vilest lying religious assassins and the highest lffamilies in Lexington steal money of J which they have charge as officers of 1J the law and are not disgraced by Itl r I have seen Sodom and Gomorn Those two towns in their days of j if greatest renown were ideal places l compared with Lexington Nothing was even said against the morall of those two towns except that they twere given to sexual Indecency and Lexington has a whole quarter of the f city devoted to that purpose and so r known to be by all men and women K s In the town In all the pending negotiations be k tween the Japanese Infidels and the Russians Christians as during the fighting the moral superiority of the Infidel to the 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. — 27 August 1905

fi THpANT L DELUSION BY OTTO WETTSTEIN A person must never ask whether truth IsTprofltable or becomes a calam ity and stnNitsche Unless YOu accept the testimony of the Bible as conclusive what evi dente have you of Gods existence and mans Immortality Gladstone The above Is a frank concession t a JeMpox logic reason analogy I personal observation and experience do hot andl cannot supply proof of a God ant of mans personal posthu I mous existence I > And In this day of revisions of new theologies of higher criticisms etc r substituting mans fallibility for Di I vine Infallibility the Bible of course must itself be proved first before Its testimony can be admitted as proof Because when science has exhaust ed curriculum of knowledge It I t ii absolutely nothing of a God mans mortality priests and preachers should rred from the open court of de because as persons prejudiced I or interested In a criminal re rejected as jurors or judges two who are pecuniarily interest the perpetual of ...

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. — 27 August 1905

w to J 1 I i NOTES AND COMMENTS BY JOSEPHINE 1C HENRY The following gem Is culled from a collection of poems by Mrs Tuttle It breathes forth truth and true poeltrl fire and deserves to remain a tit S thought In the garden of poesy The grandeur and strength of nu Lions Lies In the mothers of men And the souls of a countrys mothers Are stronger than sword or penI 0 a love for broadbrowed justice to the root of the noblest lives For justice is more than mercy And on It all virtue thrives Here Is a cold hard fact for wo men to ponder Isnt it strange that of all the crimeI committed la the world five per cent Is a generous proportion for women though their burdens are fifty per cent harder to bear The Church muzzles women and puts her to w and the state makes her an outl and cajoles her into being a wlrepull er for political parties It is bad enough to be outlawed for crime but when American women are outlawed on account of sex and for no othor reason under the sun It Is time to take to ...

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