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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 17 December 1905

I i1 ft1 t 5 1 17i r J 4 > BLWElk ift i OFIODMORALS J r j f EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE e It VOLUME XIV NUMBER 39 7111 T end Parker Aelilaa East septoli 61ds LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY DE EMBER 17 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE Ji TERMS OF THE BLADE One Issue for one year 100 In clubs of nve NEW subscrlhtr 50 cents each 250 for ifff tev Terms100 per year In advance I foreign subscription 150 IjFlvo new subscribers sent one year jf for 250 Mako all Money Orders Drafts and Express Orders payable to the BlueGrass jCGrass Blade Lexington Kentucky When you change your address ad E yise this pftce giving your old as weir as the new address i you send your subscription say wKether you are new or old sub ss ijlifr W Short rcentue y Entered at the post office at Lexing ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat te Address all communication to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O BOX 393 Lexington Kentucky f Fayette Telephone 619 Cumberland Telep...

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 December 1905

f l > rlfi < < d1 SHORT LETTER Cincinnati 0 Oct 29 1905 I find 200 I Dear sirEnclosed please one to renew my subscription theI other to send the Blade to the cn I closed addressI I would like to say a few words in j answer to the ridiculous charges I made constantly by Mr Moore about Socialists being envious and jealous Incompentents In the struggle for life organized to steal his farm and call ing them freelovers anarchists etc Yes the Socialists do preach dlscon tent with tho present unjust condi tlons and the overthrow of capitalism for the brotherhood of man The problem of life is today Given a country rich in all the resources that make for the happiness of man a peo pie highly Intelligent in the crafts aud efficient in converting the resources Into commodities for use what system of production and distribution would best servb to Insure each worker the full reward of his labor The Socialist says All the mag niflcent machinery of production to day was created by labor ...

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 December 1905

r r F t W 1 > ryc 11 1 f 1 > r Y BLJE GR4SS BLADE J w 6 EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OITGOOD t MORALS 1PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE r tt lit VOLUME XIV NUMBER 40 p i r TERMS OF THE BLADE One Issue for one year 100 In clubs of nve NEW subscribers F 50 cents each 250 for five Torms100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 Five new subscribers sent one for 250 J Make all Money Orders Dra Express Orders payable to t s Grass Blade Lexington Ke en you change your addr vrtSthl8 office giving your well aeNiht new address When you senctryour subscript whether y uie new or ola + r scriber 1 tt Office of publication 1i3 W Shor t Lexington Kentucky I < I Ei 1n tal legal murder gives ovi the humanizing iniluenco o f ed Gospel the tidings of Mary Rogers was hanged is not forget that the ofliuirls w polite about it und politeness Counts a good deal even iu victim on theyscaffod Yes Mary Rogers Is dead She was guilty of an atrocious crime almost as astroclous...

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 December 1905

twi I J n AND THEY HANGED I MARY ROCERS tj apnerenry Despite the strongest protest over made to a Governor the cultivated civilized and Christian State of Ver mont on December 8th took Mar liogers trout her cell and hung her by the neck until she was dead The State her legal murderer was so gen s erous as to buy her a nice black dress to be hanged In No doubt the mis erable woman took some pleasure In the possession of a new gown They made her cut away the collar of the d ute s bo the rope v > ouiU worK nice and commanded her to take off her I corset so she would be more com jj fortable1 at the necktie party How I fl thoughtful and humane They then t < told the woman to prepare to die and 1to make her peace with God It Is tnot quite clear to me how this thing Is done The Bible says you cannot W by searching find God so how will r a poor human being In the shadow of tt tho scaffold get the all loving and all merciful Heavenly Father to sign a treaty of peace at such a crucial m...

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. — 31 December 1905

1T f k A < J JA I filth b Parleer l1J E GRABS BLADE lshlatrdopt0 1de x r4 a I DFfODD EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF < GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE t > T VOLUME XIV NUMBER 41 Y LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY DECEMBER 31 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE j rL TERMS OF THE BLADE One Issue for one year 100 In clubs of tive NEW subscribers 50 cents each 250 for five It Terms 4100 per year In advance foreign subscription 150 1 Five new subscribers sent one year for 250 iJ Make all Money Orders Drafts and aY 1 Express Orders payable to the Blue Grass Blade Lexington Kentucky When you change your address ad f vise this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say ether you are new or old sub ublicatlon153 WShort a bt exe I t Entered at the post office at Lexing r ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat ter Address all communication to BLUE IKMb b BLADE PO BOX 393 i Lexington Kentucky FayetteYelephone 619 Cumberland Te...

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. — 31 December 1905

< j = l Y DR WILSON discusses Marriage acid Divorce The Pamphlet Just Issued by Josephine K Henry Mrs Henrys pamphlet of sxty pages on ouarriage and Divorce la beiore me and 1 want to be first to review it m the columns of the JJiade it certainly goes to the bottom ol t those subjects or course it is not to < LIe expected in a sixty page pauiph let that these almost exliaustlesa sub jects can DO fully discussed but jurs Henry has brougut beioro us the basic and vital principles so tar as the I auect the American people ihe one great point sne makes for womaniund inasmuch as she be ing the principal party in the Mar A riage and Divorce contract has ab ffsOlutely no voice or choice in making f the laws governing these conditions And I say this injustice to woman kind cries out to all the wond for t redress i redressWe call this a free country Why 4we are not treethat Is the masses we are tree in nothing Men are only I half free and women are wholly en slaved There are only two f...

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. — 31 December 1905

T > < 0 1 MORALS i AND RELIGION BY JOSEPHINE K HENRY A representative of the San Fran Cisco Examiner recently obtained a long Interview with Cardinal Gibbons I on the moral condition of the people of the United States The Interview found the head of the Catholic church in America at the Rectory of the I Church of the Sacred Hearts of Jes us and Mary at the Southampton L I IHe He was in the bright sunny main room of the rector He is described as slendor In appearance his man i ner courteous grace itself his voice has a low quality of melodiousness that gives it a strange charm the slightly prognathous jaws mars in no fashion the dignity that rests upon it e and the thin nostrils and finely mold ed churchly lips whatever kind of lips they are are those of a man of t Intense refinement of character the gray eyes of the cardinal express deep charity and comprehension and tolerance and forbearance are quail ties that predominates The cardinals qualiI Militant he was leaning forward...

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 December 1905

1 f 1 J t t I Ss 1 9 CHRISTMAS ONLY A SUN FESTIVAL CEL 1 t BRATING THE BIRTH OF I I I Ii THE YEARI i I And Marking That Point of the Suns 1 Passage When It Enters the I Rings of SaturnI Every one who understands the mystic astronomy of the Bible knows that the word Jerusalem means the heavens the phrase the Chil di nof Israel the stars of the heave ens the Twelve Tribes of Israel the twelve signs or constellations through which the sun passes In its annual course These correspond In the Christian faith to the twelve of the twelve months of the year The word saint means a star everyone o ftho ancient Saint Days of the Christian church then Is a star day and marks a certain impor tant point of the suns passage If the reader has never thought of this let him consult any almonac and study the rude zodiacal plate on the inside of the flyleaf Millions of peo ple look upon this page and never dream of the mystery wrapped up In It They know that It Is an astron omical table but never suspec...

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. — 7 January 1906

s jIF J f r 11 M i I I f a w s t t t J t t 1 I B9E r r > Wo GRASS BLADE t of jr < f s 7 t I BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREIT MORALB A PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCES ME XIV NUMBER 42 C a cX1NN x TON KENTUCKY SUNDAY JANUARY 6 196ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANC ° IJ l IJII eJit JI1 t 1 b TERMS OF THE BLADE ftjji9ne issue for one year 100 In clubs of rive NEW subscriber Ufti 99Tieht ach2JjO for five > Te MeJ0O per year In advance d ifwrelgn subscription 150 ppsfiye neW subscribers sent one year f > for 260 y 1 L kall Money Orders Drafts and JBxpfes Orders payable to the Blue k Sraa > Black Lexington Kentucky s When yeu change your address ad i rVIe his office giving your old as t well as the hew addrtse When you send y urBUba GrJptlofl say sayH i3f4 aoriber Aef 168W krt t Vw tcilat the liek6tiles at Ludeg tin Ky M < M ml ClaM Mall Mat Agrees all emmunlcatlens to BLUE P IciRAiS BLADE K O Bex 393 Lex lntten Kentucky 619w w Cumberland Telephone 307 r J I i N JA PL...

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. — 7 January 1906

R fi > gtt ic f tllJtli j f If tf > < 1r i I T li 11 I t > iI r > < r E H1y < n t fiFr m Winchester Sun Sentinel j lYi MRS JOSEPHINE K HENRY l E She Takes a Perrlwlnkle for Text I and Preaches a Better Scrmon I Than Most Preachers can i Preach Mrs Henry has spent the best fears of her life In defense of her BOX but sensible woman that she is she can see the faults bl women as well as men There IB a vein of I humor In the following article tha Is not common in Mrs Henrys writ ings j SunSentinel J The Perrlwlnklea that appear weel rt kly In the SunSentinel are weighed j down with truth wisdom and con Ii mon sense The world Is sadly In need of this trinity J A Perrlwlnkle In the last issue of f the SunSentinel read as follows I cant see any sense In many of the hats that women wear The > do not protect from the cold rheat > and as a thing of beauty they are a it > failureYou You are right Mr Editor and as i a woman I compassionate the tollie Pt tiand foibl...

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. — 7 January 1906

I r fires r 1ay hr 1 < f r ft 1r 1 r fj late 1 J tio i iI kaf i 111J a lfit jmC r r > ETHINKEft oils Editor BlueGras Blade Andrew I i Bennett an od resident oi this coun I ty cited at his Home sox tulles north west ot w interact Manson County Iowa on inursday the touneentn ot iiecenioer is > o5 The deceased was In his Butyurst year Mr iionueit leaves a wife and eight childfoa u > mourn his loss Wnlo not or a craving nature he accumu lated a lair snare of this wonds goods and died respected by ail who Knew land him himFor For the last three years Mr Ben nett has been m poor heavm and cur ing the last few months of his life his suffering was intense Regard less or all this he maintained a happy dtepostlon and bore his suttenng cheerfully to the ead Hid Intellect was clear to the last and a few days prior to his death he told his family that he did not want any minister to preach his tunera w that his earnest desire was that some Ljberallst should deliver an address and tha...

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. — 7 January 1906

r T I 1iZ i A I i r I t y f a t It J f i > t fir t yV l y t f < J r From Philadelphia Ledger SOCIALISTS AND FREE SPEECH Policeman Colbert with the aid of a squad of policemen under the com mand ol Sergeant Dennis curtailed the flow of oratory in the Socialist meeting at tho Casino rather Bum marlly He thereby greatly astonish ed no doubt the Socialists present who have formed very liberal notion of American forbearance and Ameri can free speech The offending speak er is reported to have railed at th 3 President of the United States and to have denounced him as a czar op pressor and evil minded tyrant whc was In league with Rockefeller and the enemies of mankind Roosevelt f may have his faults but the Idea the t he is in league with the moneybags i and oppressors is so silly that the charge Is its own best refutation H a is the one man in the recent public life who has thrown mere considers i tions of prudence to the winds in hit dealings with the money power A good many people...

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. — 14 January 1906

f f t r 1 Rli N f t 1 I ii y iJt J I x 4 M t1f n 1 4 4 i r l BLUE GRASS BLADJrOl 1 > VPM vrfYw 1 I j w p EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MOrtALSPUBLISHED y 7 1W I ADVANCEp jt > I f VOLUME XIV NUMBER 43 TERMS OF THE BLADEI e I One laeue for one year 100 I In clubs of ttye NEW subscribers 50 cents each SZ50 for five Terni410O per year In advance ferejfn subscription 150 Fivenew tubqribers sent one year fer Ull MhV rltl Money Orders Draft and I iNr M Orders payable to the Bluem 1 flitade LexinUn Kentucky f shetWe yrraddres H 1M Ulcer giving yew eW a l > fiIss new addressT r HM 1 r Y n Iin6liw at post clles at Lodrgf tali Ky second Cfas Mail Mat tsr tsre e 1 11 I gmaewnlaitlosa tUI6 i I RAU ADEi P ox 3M Le IIi rKtvkY J lette Teje pMMi1t t < Curnhe jand Telephene O7 IJr ArfCfAIN PROPOSITION I 4 a If a merchant sells a Diamond i Watch of Jewelery for 120 which costa him 100 he dont make a cent because rent interest on capital in yeeted salaries ouLofdate stock etc ...

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. — 14 January 1906

d r I c I H 1 CATHOLIC WOMEN BEGINNING TO THINK S T NEITHER MANDAT F PRIEST ifr NOR SUGGESTION OF PRESI I DENT A ILSI i Any liberal minded person who chanced to attend a recent meeting Inlj Rochester N Y must have found It difficult to repress a broad smile even within the precincts of the holy edl Ace Rev Frances H Sinclair Pastor S So Peter and Pauls R C Church registered his protest against race suicide by causing to be draped In mourning the baptismal font because for six weeks not one infant has been v baptized in his church churchI Imagine if you can this priests dis may yea anger at the delinquency of his members and well may he be i alarmed The fact that for six weeks I X 4no Want has been born Into the par ish ol this Rev Father means that r within a very few years the backbone of the Caathollc church will be broken J Indeed this spas < i of pain by Father J ya Sinclair Indicates a very bad case oT c lumbago for the Institution A very y conservative estimate for the mem ...

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. — 14 January 1906

r II W i t t ilf 1 iJ k t INDIANAt t INDIANABROTHER BROTHER 0 CONGRATULATES THE BLADE ON iTS NEW START IN LIFE ° ScIpIo Indl Jan 6 1906 Mr James E Hughes Oear SlrHave Just received a copy of the last issue of the Blade and it gives me pleasure as well as sat isfaction that you are again able to 4 publish a full sheet and I sincerely hope that future conditions may prove favorable to increasing its subscrip tion list if not its size SOveral years ago I wrote the Blade a short tater in which I made the following prediction s With C C Moore as editor Dr J j t B Wilson M Grier KIdder James Armstrong and Josephine K Henry 4as regular contributors the Blade I would be absolutely out of sight and IIcould not be excelled by any publica l tion of its kind in the world I now wish to add to the above pre II diction the name of the Blade dovot t f ed untiring and able publisher James f I iE Hughes and I am still perfectly willing to stand by said prediction as I feel sure that any of the reader...

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. — 14 January 1906

r i I i r THE MOST f INTERESTING f > i PHENOMENON OF THE 20TH GEN TORY t itvr KIWIXT < f Tlw following address was dUvi I I W by RufUfi W Web actuary aail Eecoad vicepreeldaRt et the New York Life iBswaaee Company at the an Mri dig aC4haAivani sooatl0tr fgof the High Stebool Newark JN J The title of his address woe The Most Interesting Phenomenon of the Twentieth Century That great movement of which we ninTM e TM s tenth century and which the twen tieth century Is Very likely to see the t j consummation Is the uprising of the thlx s movement let me spend a few unin r ° teresting moments In definitions By the term working class Is meant those thoeI = wages the teem therefore does no t r ti include all workers by any means 1 but only that largest section 6f the workers called the manual proletariat r whom the conditions of their employ ment torce Into a potentiality of com i mon feeling and thought of a common Indignation a sense of common needs I 1 and a sense of power In commo...

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. — 21 January 1906

Cr r > 3 jf Jt i it t 9 I t trJ 1ifi + k v y r1A F rr IJ I t r ll r < fSf1tl 5 > > fl I i l 1 n 1trJ t f t V < BLJJJ a GRASS BLADE J j I sI EDITED ay A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREITqtr RALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCEe 1 I + l I VOLUME XIV NUMBER44 I fe > TERMS OF THE BLADE One Issue for one year 100 t 7 In clubs of five NEW subscriber SQiteent8 each 250 for jive Te t m r1pO per iearln advance > fwrejin subscription 150 V ffywnew subscribers sent one year l ferfZSO Make all Money Orders Drafts and t ExpreeOrders payable to the Blue IGrswe Blade Lexington Kentucky When you change your address ad ylse this office giving your old as ar i lias the new address jWtien you send your subscription say r whether you are new or old sub m essriMerOBlse OBlse f pwbltMtlM 1M W short II teeth KenMkY e EiNir dat U pest MI L rf > > 1n Kyro as Second Clae Vail Meta ter I XMrsM all eemmuhlcatlensto BLUE S GRASS BLADE P O Box 393 Lex Kingten Kentucky EK + L f ayet...

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. — 21 January 1906

f f1 I j I i T Jt I < < 0 < > s fi 1 hi 91I at R W 1R > iI tP cr ff J y 1ll HAPPINESS t + An essay read at the Oregon III Lit erary Contest April 23 by Otto Wettsteln Grand and sublime are the poss nI ties within reach of man A true Lori of Creation he alone is capacitated upon this world of beauty and of e grandeur of sunshine and of loveto tully appreciate and deeply to revel in i t the bliss of his magnificent environ month Ho alone Is endowed with ° R senses so acute and a mind so pro found as to duly estimate the sublim ity of his position and good fortune v which favor him with vast superiority and many grand prerogatives denied animatet world He alone enjoys the posses sion of faculties which enables him to Infer and logically to deduce that f he has whatever his lot In mein finite occasion to rejoice and to be hap py and to fully appreciate the propl tious conditions surrounding him all tending to transform life Into elysian I bliss blissHuman a Human life Isa...

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. — 21 January 1906

T l i 1S Pl dxS I Y I a THE DEATH J1THEDEATHAiicl OfMjJ MKL A v o JT unt And Funeral of him joy e Fenelone Wilson p BY WALTER HURT t I Sympathy as wide as their measured woe I ekt ift1tf countless friends to Dr and Mrs J B Wilson in the death ottk little daughter and only child Marjorie nine years oldvltim O that dread scourge of chUdnoou scarlet tever Jne brigktist 4s lL has been plucked from the garden of their lIveeAt tkr a toeksthe morning of Wednesday Janjury Tenth as sweet a srfritareyur tea k anted Its frail castle of clay passed from lifes llrig rijig a abrace into the encompassing arms of the Mighty Mystery Hft Our fast friendship prompted Dr Wilson at O oeto watlfy me of the supreme sorrow that had come Into his llle and 1 arose rom a bed of sickness to hasten to his home When I reached m aide and clasped his hand he could only moan his unspeakaMviai ry Hla agony was something pitiful to witness as he knelt in Uw Gethsemano 01 an inuring grief 1 could only press his nand i...

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. — 21 January 1906

1 f tiffil i ti iti1 l t 1 J f From Sun Sentinel 11 THE WOMEN WHO DO NOT CARE lti TO VOTE Henryx Great as we claim this American nation to be it is still burdened with a common prejudice and a common oof ignorance as to the human rights of one ball of our people namely wom en It is a sad fact that up to this t time women have concerned them selves HUe about their rights They have accepted in silence the con dl tlons made by men the wrong injus tice and Indignity put upon them by Church and State A voice In public affairs is the right of every citizen and this right rests V on the bed rock principle of our gov 41 ernment Yet half our people the most moral half are still in politic al bonds A thousand objections to women voting have been made but not one reason that will not equally apply to applyi F menAll l All others failing the last objection Is that Women do not want to vote p l It is true that the mass of women do not and why Men have told them that they are not concerned in pub...

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