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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 September 1905

> Wt t 1 iflr tf BLUE URAS8 BLADE f i i Parkero tit and AsIJlafltf 10BelltOS BIde PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITED BY A HEATHEN Irs BREST OF GOOD MORALS f VOLUME XIV NUMBER 24 LEXINGTO KENTUCKY SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3 EM 305 100 A YEAR rJ tTERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers t50 centx each 250 for five r I Terms100 per year In advance i foreign subscription 160 Five new subscribers sent one year for 260 250f 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 v well as the new address When ou send your subscription say iyar t r l Office sf publictition163 W Short it Lexington Kentucky > Entered at the post office at Lexlng Mall Mat Second Class rionKY as ipter 11 Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 3 > 3 Lexington Kentucky u Telephone 619 t r Fayette A Cumberland Telephone 307 t v SOMERSET FAIR 1 tAugu...

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. — 3 September 1905

t J t f r 1 J T 7 r t 1 T J f < Jl 7 < i < I I LET US BE GOOD BUT BUTNOT NOT TOO GOOD I Professional Goodness Unworthy the Dignity of FreethoughtLeave Public Professional Goodness to the Christians Men Imagine that they seek repose In reality they aro forever seeking agitation What would life be without action What would life be without a grievance and the determined act lye resolution to overcome that griev ance The Freethought party is over whelmingly In the minority Such be ing the situation not for one minute may It dare seek repose Its very life depends upon agitation action strife Not until It becomes overwhelmingly In the majority should It seek the ser enity of repose and then only for a short time You cannot dream yourself and others Into liberty you must ham mer and forge It out by vigorous act Ion Livingjust being good requires but little life doing obtaining results requires much Action may not always bring happiness but there is no happi ness without action To ...

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. — 3 September 1905

rt I c < T < < l G i I ii t J PRIESTS AND ORTHO I IDOX RELIGION I The toiling millions of our race on whoso broad and weary shoulders rest all the burdens of the world are still In abject bondage and are wearing fet ters that were forged and fastened up on them centuries ago by an unscrup I ulous and Infamous priesthood Strange as it may seem to the un thinking mind the masses of men have worn these chains for so many agesI < that they have become adapted toI them and who ever seeks to break these chains and set free the poor un I fortunate slaves Is regarded as no lees 4 r than an enemy of the human race But notwithstanding the tenacity with which these slaves cling to their 4 fetters It is nevertheless the duty of good men and good women to break them and a great many of brave men l and noble women are now volunteer ing to accomplish this work armed with the mightiest of all weapons love J and science and this grand army Is t marching steadily forward determined I to e...

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. — 3 September 1905

> W 1 rwW j 11 r r i tj A FOSSILATED WINDJAMMER I Not long ago I received a copy of a paper the Blue Grass Blade published by C C Moore at Lexington Ky It was mailed to me by a subscriber to the Harpoon and was the first copy of said paper I ever saw and the first time I knew of its existence The per iodical Is a very neatly printed four page newspaper devoted to Infidelity The editor has his picture In the paper and It denotes a man apparent ly 05 or 70 years of age wearing enough whiskers to breed microbes for the entire earth I do not know his nationality but from reading his paper I conclude he Is either a negro or awfully sorry he was not born blackHe He prints about two columns In his paper devoted to the Harpoon In which he tells more lies to the stick than any man I ever read after He declares the Harpoon Is a Christian paper that ought to be suppressed calls me an ass a Jesus howler am a hypocritical Jesus lover etc I have no objections to Moore be ing an Infidel In fact...

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. — 10 September 1905

< j i 1 f tyj > BLUE GRASS BLADE iflgba1 QerU hi S l iEDITED BY A HEAtustelad Esst B 0 ZEST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 N 1 H VOLUME XIV NUMBER 25LEXINGTOt KENTUCKY SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10 E M 305x100 A YEAR f nn BLADE TERMS OF THE BLADE X I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscribers t 50 cents each 250 for five > r Term1oo per year In advance ferelgn subscription 160 Five new subscribers sent one year for 260 Make all Money Orders Drafts and F Express Orders payable to the Elue W Grass Blade Lexington Ky address ad When you change your vise this office giving your old as well as the new address ° > When CM send your subscription say whether y u are a new or old sub scriber Offiifiif lfclle aU153 W Short at LexinBteVi Kentucky < Entered at the post office at Lexing ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat tsr Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 313 Lexington Kentucky t l r Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone...

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. — 10 September 1905

AIIII < T 1 f i f i I < J NpM > I lr DrJ 1 = J < 7ib 5 ii1 1 1 t 1 l PREACHER I Writes Me a Curious Letter Defending the Bible Against One of Mrs Henrys Attacks Blue Grass Blade Lexington Ky Some persons complain that the commands In the Bible are opposed to If the mental moral and personal liberty G of women Allow me to differ with ft them if < themMan not woman was driven out of the Garden of Eden Ii > f Thy desire shall bo unto thy hus hand etc as said by the Lord God < not God to a woman who had been the temper of her husband and was 11 5the fir told as are criminals in our time that i < she had forfeited her right to person Y al liberty Behold I was shapen in iniquity and In sin did my mother conceive t me was said by one who had learn j ed the force of prenatal conditions and knew himself to be the victim of J x them I suffer not a woman to usurp au thority over the man i How many of you ye Liberals would be willing to do differently and be ruled by wom...

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. — 10 September 1905

I 1 MARRIAGE I I BY M GRIER KIDDER i The average marriage js coupling two nlncompops In the name of Fath er Son and Holy Ghost the rude awakening of loves young dream the laotufoi irrealitys ending the moon light 1fffiomance orange blossoms covering a multitude of sins What God Joins let no man sunder should be what nature sunders let no God oln Is free lovo with sanity worse than self evident daddy with lunacy Tainting body or mind better than tainting parentage Better a sound 1r nigger than a sick white man Book e er Washington than Emperor Wil liam nobodys son with sense than somebodys son with nonsense ille gitimacy than idiocy At a wedding a physicians Jlcenso should displace a marriage license an M D a D D Many a wedding benediction fathers I I a funeral sermon Begetting an In r curable Is as bad as murdering him causing misery no better than curing it The deformed or Idiotic should be killed at birth Bearing children to suiter Is like creating sinners to damn Love Is subtle m...

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. — 10 September 1905

> THE TRUTH SEEKER AND THE BLADE COMPARED l The Truth Seeker and the Blade of September second and third respec tively came to me at the same time I have complained lately that the T S was having a bad Influence more ally by printing articles In favor of freelove and anarchy but the last two t Issues of It have been free from this J and the T S of September 2nd Is a J perfectly moral paper that any moral r1st can hand to any one r It does not yet as openly espouse the l Cause of virtue and renrobated vice as I would like to see It do and hope t that soon It will do but there Is noth ing Immoral In It If we Ignore one or two little sops to anarchy thrown In 1 by correspondents that are hardly j worthy of consideration JIThese are now the only two weekly r avr Infidel papers published In America The freelovers and the anarchists i t Christian and Infidel combined have yJlately made a great effort to capture z Infidelity and I thought they had cap k tured the T S but the plain an no...

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 September 1905

t r r J > i rJ1f 4 lrf S4 1 rI o 1 i Iwr < 1 I t tv < t BLUB U BASS BLADE r Jr J f J y PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE OF GOOD MORALS j > EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST I VOLUME XIV NUM ASR 28 LEXINGTON KENTUCKYSUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24 E M 305 100 A YEAR 1 i l PArhn HI i r lo11 TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 in clubs of five NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five A Terms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers sent one year for 250 Make alKMoney Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Elue Grass Blade Lexington Ky i address advise When you change your vise this office giving your old as Well as the new address 11 iYhen send your subscription say wh ry i are a new or old sub 0aYJ She f L sky Entered at the post office at Lexlng ton Ky as Second Class Mail Mat I tr Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky ie Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telephone 307 t SOMERSET FAIR...

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. — 24 September 1905

r v NONPRO TESTANTS IN CONGRESS AT CINCINNATI r Big Meeting of the Central Catholic I Vereln a Federation Aiming tot Bring Together In One Society theI Catholic Orders of the Universe be of the America to Headquarters 1 Roman Scheme to Put the Pope Pope Back on his Political Pedestals The Catholics Have It all Fixed Up Nice to Capture America > i Will They Their Congress Not as Big as the Freethinkers Congress In Rome Last YearIIRome Seen C Faith Lost Rome seen faith lost is a common proverb in Rome When people once go thero and seo the old churches which breath the existence of ages dead and gone when they once per jelve just how small a figure tho Pope cuts on his own native hearth when they see the social conditions the pov erty illiteracy illegitimacy and degra dation of women and children under the absolute sway of the Catholic church for 1600 years when all the glamor of pious sentiment is brushed off and the mist of blind devotion is cast from their eyes then they too say ...

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. — 24 September 1905

Vtv l t r 1 r zi J zay I e f along with me and bring him back to 12 or 15 millions of Catholics In this country are IT and the C5 million of Freethinkers Protestants Jews and f Pagans are NOT IT It makes them l feel big and swell up llko a cock pig eon to call tho great big majority that could swallow thorn NonCatholics1 Well let them have something to puff up about and feel good over Both Catholics and Protestants are bigoted alike over their religion They think they have a corner on Infinite wisdom and when they get In conven tion they are like the toad in Aesop I they swell and swell and swell until they Imagine themselves three times the size of the Heretic ox who stands and gazes In amusement at their prod igious attempts to distend all over the universe Finally the toad with I selfimportance and the convention closes and they all go home to preach t and print and wasp energy scheme ling to stm the tide of progress t Protestants get up great big reviv als and they are going 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. — 24 September 1905

1 r r 1 STILL WANT US TO BE GOOD y GOODI I have Just finished reading the Blade of September 17th I am glad to see some less than the usual typogra phical or clerical errors With that exception It is a beautiful little paper and It is now the most valuable newspaper published In Amer ica I could have wished that Dr Wil son had been kinder In his piece about Rockefeller but may be in the long run it will be all right A man will sometimes learn from his own experience and from his own reflection more and better than any p body else can teach him If I could better get control of the hearts of Blade readers and writers I would change the character of the paper faster to Its new idea of doing good or rather to its old and original idea of doing good The Christian religion Is certainly no more true than any one of the hundreds of other religions and as an opponent of Christianity simply from argument the Blade is now far super ior to my brightest hope when I start ed It twenty years ago n...

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 October 1905

I i t TERMS OF THE BLADE I Issue for one year 100 In clubs of five NEW subscriber I 50 cents each 250 for five 1 2 e k Terms100 per year In advance 1 te foreign subscription 160 Five new subscribers sent one year c fer 250 at f Make alt Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the Blue yGrsaa Hade xintonKY When you change your address ad f vine this office giving yeur aid as th pew address scrlatlefi aay > aid atib < publication 153 W Short St b Cexington Kentucky Entered at the poet office at Lexlng feVtbn Ky as Second Class Mall Mat ter V Address all communications to BLUE t j f dRASS BLADE PO BOX 33 Lexington Kentucky w Fayette Telephone 619 i Cumberland Telephone 307 If your subscription is due we wish you would please remit and save us the postage of notifying you GO SOUTHWEST NOW and dee for yourself the opportunities for making moneyfor home building i ln Oklahoma Indian Territory and rTe as Prospects were never brighter j the crops are fine and show plainly vt...

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 October 1905

MISS LOU LAWRENCE i Replies to Dr Wilsons Rockefell Piece aPiece t sy Barnesvlllo 0 Sept19 1905 Dear Mr Moore l 1I do not know how you and Brothe Groh feel over Dr Wilsons Rockefe t r ler article in the last issue of the g Blade But as for me give me llbei t I ty to rant back at him of give me f some Standard 011 Stock Yes I I said rant and I might add cant with quite as much justice as the worthy doctor employs many of th c r f words In his letter I really did not have Dr Wilson In I mind when I wrote I have no doub that Rockefeller and his Industrial compeers are on the average fully as honorable as the grumblers would be I r > had they been possessed of like abll I ties and opportunities but when the I gentlemen pays us You and Mr Grot I are in the same boat mind you the I t + n tI fluent of saying If they have f any ludgtBBin Stalli J am ready to I admit that I didnt have or l wod I have foreseen that I was shaping that it slipper for his foot At least he has L tried his best...

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 October 1905

y will ids Illon d both i up prayers imfederate armies isfpbvious that both er > lt 13 as certain an Abe to finite wisdom mito needs very little to how to conduct affairs yyplanet Still It prayer letit arlso for rain or any that is coveted Boston i r ayt Driest jre was a J the En > rev only ase somlM to the Or It seemed taro at the y prayed rbook for hose days ere using and wanted o help them < nderstand is praying > tp EUrope yltig against lag from iEu d i Was actually actuallyships might ijo sailing te directions and tho middle of the J yet Just exactly > n Sunday the cap ships each acting ons of their ships lug for winds far respective sailing e e praying dead I ra I end liusl iessis that the Lord blsjlifewhlch blow lf w was Dutch Yankee Ifnig his dead te them aU f In the Medl ailed in a clr i In diameter nd calculating eedle Hb h 3Bf5 send a wind to JiM hat lnd r of soiling unless he is qihg to send a cyclone I dont believe much In prayer but f didnt have gall eno...

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 October 1905

1 t if srarjr4 rr t I Iw tterestt k tob l l1rUlJ nd considered with fairness and anj one tioiild I be permitted to contribute itiortrnrtlcles Special sessions might be given to the consideration of ques tidns which arc practically Ignored by tho International Sunday school Hat Now I offer this as a suggestion for the consideration and comment of 4all We must trto Interest the young people It Is a subject which ti > appears to mo to ho not only a wado 1 tical one but an Immediate necc sitIn Let us hear from others f I 3 i f7IjJ WHERE CAIN FOUND HIS WIFE > 4 Biblical Prooof that Adam Was Notnot nche > il the First Man Curious Ancient J iR ces of Mea i MeaYflt I i r > The following article was handed Inof 1 by a friend of Tho Sentinel with a re 1 1 quest to publish It is curious and I j Interesting to say the least and thep 7name attached to it assures us tlt tt1re1 1 is not heretical although it may be I r highercritical Accompanying the rOoIn 1quest was tho following arra...

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. — 8 October 1905

fT2 1 4 ir I f 4 1ft 0 i yJ r > 1 p ii BLUE URAS BLADE I EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOLUME XIV NUMBER lJ hlaf1rt tIItfeptolfLEXINGTO KENTUCKY SUNDAY OCTOBER 8 E M 3051000 7 AYEAR tffJttZflD EPtO TERMS OF THE ELAPE I tesue for one year100 In club of five NEW subscriber Htaents each 250 for five 4 1100 per year In advance reign subscription 160 ve new subscriber sent one year r 1250 Is t250all Money Orders Drafts and If 1811 Order payable to the Blue iNa fBtak tIt lnt1t n Ky i J you change your adores ad this office giving your old as 1 < l taevthe new agrees liasthenewadiIfnfl WtI msiid your uttfcecrlptlon IS y NT y usisanswer old WB fcrt red at the post office at Lexlna iriK as Second Class Mall Mat ier cI Address all communications to BLUE 7 J GRASS BLADE P 080X 313 1Lexingtn Kentucky L r Fayette Telephorie 619 p Cumberland Telephone 307 it If your subscription ls due we wish you would ploase remit land s...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 October 1905

I s i < r t JAS ARMSTRONG JR AGAIN j J 1 I San Antonio Tex Aug 31 1906 If Dear Brother Moore I Good men and bud wen are uuiu 1not mad You are what you are ly Jthe very nature of your being and for this reason your motives can never be subject to change By thla I Dean that certain kinds of motives havo til I IJ ways determined now determine and shall continue to determine your will Willing takes place silently within J the Inscrutable depths of being and If reason does not forbid it will mani feat itself In actions which we call conduct Now every one knows that human conduct Is for the most part + deceptive made so by the constant struggle of existence As to what we do therefore It Is evident we have a choice while as to what we feel and tYwill we have absolutely none The person whose heart is filled with noth tag but cruelty may conduct himself kindly toward you In accordance with deceive and 4a preconceived plan to x f use you It is also true that a really good man may conduct h...

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 October 1905

C t Oi p r 1 kr < > t i J vf 7 t i i 0 4 I BLAiEJM r M r ryd ptOrV Iir WIT1D L THSN 1NlEEaa HQai IT 0F GOOD MORATkPUBLISHER WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE YOLK NUMBER 3f > LEXIIMTO > lr KENTUCKY SUNOAYgrOBER 22 E M 305 I iJj r 0 C t c TKRM OF THE BLAtHt itare for sae yir 1 O In kbs l1wK1Wrlbscrj ssiito f for Aver a n T Mr 4 w P f ptlen11iJilit Rw ribers taeey jp IT Ai tl10 JM all orchtaf drafts 1M x fpCa arII e t ittal EIU i 4 = 1 KY when you change Yowl dareB ad n y thttllp fllwlrni your old a f j wiI thetry 1IWhen gau Nnd yqvIt Ion u tihc M x t f wu l rltl w0ir1Q pliiiA Mm o oo IOUTH ilrN 1st oil far M kIsr mom Ie i I erns PtOspeota t the scope are Sna roll ptalal y the paea1bOlU w oCl W west f Ar Tat TSTS Is need in aeli head r W develop theoounUy theBoa tb wm Ara rant ana of OIn prov ed laad dot yaat peodueg Ukreropetl of t wbloi it 1s capaW tl the 1 aarriIIS II tree d tPs Fe W ii liner SIaMe aw r ep 5 a Tore iMM oaf a ll r rt ter tlfe right rMera tae Y r Aa exo...

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. — 22 October 1905

SHORT LETTERS J tab t Balm Florida 84ft 19H 1 Editor of Blue Grass Blfjie Ill Gras f It U n a fact as recorded that qeorge Wash u jlngtea WM fetmd at prayer at aay par i t t UI4 4r14U4tlurtn t11 0010111 t Wart plialee aASwer throb your w fryd VI1d The question was sprung In a de bit Mt KWK alace by CMS of tha m JfIIt4Mlil mIH pt ysapl4tttoa WIn It Yi43Q4I MNlifi QIn real p1Algll rg rtJhJtl ° t > ti AiFtt4h Ta11ig Ytal In a1vl1icv et MM yu j far the rltlNt L I QIAJKM it1 tl 1 j That Washingtea prayed and espec in ljt i l till tYeit he prayed so as to be seen by r body dees not seem to be in M 4 v Skeeplag wltk the character of the man di f tattle such a story as would naturally 6 a be Invested by Christians in their H 4 eemwea desire to have it appear that ti i all great men are OkrisUans I sup f pose it Is poslble that Washington prayed for the success of the American arms but I do not think there is any 1 t competent evidence of it i lIII bur Civil War Gen Lee of the Confederate...

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