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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 4 February 1906

f t 7 f I e J A f 4 ii I j I i f i t I I VI I EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOL LAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOLUME XIV NUMBER = = c A T Parker Hrh anti Ashlalof Rut SCpOG IM I Is TERMS OF THE BLADE h n Ic One Issue for one year I1OO fo r In cluba of five NEW subscribers o 50 cents each 250 for five of oL L TCFmB1OO per year In advancet iI foreign subscription 150a t iforeign a IFlve new subscribers sent one year C I for 250s t Make all Money Orders Draft andb t Express Orders payable to the Bluet t Grass Blade Lexington Kentucky t QWhen you change your address adP 7vIse this office giving your old as1i E t well as the new address il When you send your subscription say j whether you are new or old sub j scriber Office of publlcation153 We t t St Lexington Kentuckyt b ntered at the post office at Lexing P ton Ky as Second Class Mall Mat I t ter tt t Address all communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE P O Box 393 Lex ington Kentucky Fayette Telephone 619 ...

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. — 4 February 1906

f it I 1 wFrom From The Pasadena Daily News It ty BLUE LAWS I t + AGAiN I II 1 Editor News Will you permit me l to reply to Publicus in as brief a let ter as I can Publicus say there never were an Blue Laws they never had any ex istenco save In the Imagination of a > man who had become soured and Ilis gtuntled My reasons for not replying sooner is that I had to send to New York to get evidence which I knew existed and this is my authority t The Blue Laws of Connection taken from the code of 1C50 and the f public records of the colony of Con l k necticut previous to 1C55 as prlnte in a compilation of the earliest law and orders of the general court of j Connecticut and from Dr Lewis boo 1 on Sunday legislation also an extract j from the constitution of civil compact F adopted by the towns of Hartford I 1 Windsor and Weathers field in 18389 l f7 showing the Biblical basis of the col ony legislation With an account of the persecution of witches and Qua ers In New England and some ex...

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. — 4 February 1906

y 1IiIIo1I R 14B rtS 74 I l r r 1r 1 r rtSM 1 S I Correspondence I r CorrespondenceSan San Francisco Jan 24 190G Janiea E HughesEnclosed find 100 to renew my subscription to tho Blue Grass Blade for another year I am very sorry to hear of Mr C C Moores Illness but do sincerely hope to hear of his speedy recovery for a few more years to come I also feel f very very sorry and sympathize very deeply for Dr and Mrs Wilson for their great bereavement In the loss of their dear and only child the af diction Is very sail Indeed MRS W C DENKER DENICERUtica Utica Minn Jan 15 190C I James E Hughes Please find In closed P O Money Order for 125 for the Wilsons Trip to Rome I had sent 100 to you and ono to the treasurer In Cincinnati In stamps at the time of the effort to send Dr Wilson to Rome I never saw credit for either remittance and whether they were received or lost I never Know I hope they helped expense at I any rate I may send for more later Regards to Brother Moore hope ho Is 1on the g...

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. — 4 February 1906

r j p 7 ri h ewT r c iiewT F > > t t iii f THAT SUPREME COURT DECISION II i 11 New Hampshires First Woman La yer Shows That Women are Qualified to Be Notaries e Public Mr EdltorI clipped the follm Ing paragraph from a Concord llaper of January 2 below I give some com ments for the conslderatlorf of the Court and everybody else The Supreme Court today answer ed In the negative a querry from the governor and council asking If a wo man Is qualified to fill tho office of notary public In this state Half a dozen women now hold such office and the effect of the decision will be to cancel their commissions Is New Hampshire retrograding Man according to the dictionaries always embraces woman annd there Is ample authority that he vet often sustains the same relation to her May not this seeming male guise be worn by a woman without a YOviolation of law Look at the crim Inal code of the United States and some of the many curious uses of the words he him and his The I first section limits...

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. — 11 February 1906

w d rr 4 1 + I r p 1 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE T Parker fIIlh and Ashlnud hastSBld EDITED BY A HOn 11 8hl East Bld T OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY ONE DOL LAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE I VOLUME XIV NUMBER 46 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11 1906 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCS I ttTERMS OF THE BLADE One Issue for one year 100 f In clubs of tive NEW subscribers Tfc 50 cents each 250 for five iprcrms 4100 per year in advance i torelgn suoscnption x150 Five new subscribers sent one yeas tor I loU laKe all ivioney Orders Drafts ano I Express Orders payable to the Biut Grass Blade Lexington Kentucky v w hen you cnange your address au r vise tnis once giving your old at I t wad as the new address ivyhen you send your subscription sat V whether you are new or old sub 1 t j I scfiber scribertlon153 J5oniceof publication 153 W Short B i ibt Lexington Kentucky I Entered at thTpost office at LeI g iion > y as second Class Mall Mat 4uHASS Address all communications to BLUE i VHHSS BLADE P O Box 393 Lex...

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. — 11 February 1906

r 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE nnJIh SelOC IhRnt RSelOC Rnt Isms t Bld s h EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY NI OOL LAM A YEAR IM AOVANC t 0 0 AIIGIj j a n CHARLES C MOORE Founder of the Blue Grass Blade A 0 + Died February 7th 1906 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 Issue for one year 100 In advdnca F In clubs of five NEW subscribers CO cents each 260 for fivo Ternil100 per year In advance for eign subscription J150 per year Five new subscribers sent one year for f J2GO Send your subscription by registered let ter Post Ofllco or Express money order New York draft and If person al check add collection charges as charge for collection iJchargo J Make all Money Orders Drafts and Ex JYl press Orders payable to the Bluo Grass Blade Lexington Ky When you change your address adblso > this office giving your old as well as 1the now address a When you send your subscription say > whether you arc a new or old sub i JL scriber IfrTho addr...

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. — 11 February 1906

n J j jt e ea r was met with an enthusiastic recd > lIItIi tlon He returned to his home and continued to edit the Blade He was again arrested for tno llUbl1ca lOn of an article published In the Blade un der the head of The Virgin Mary On the charge of publishing obscene lit erature ne was tried before Federal Judge Walter Evans at Louisville and anit dismissed In January of 1103 he went to the Orient to collect material for his book Dog Fennel In the Orient He was In the Orient six months Since that time he has continued edit ing the Blade Twentyfive years ago he made over all his property to his wife and children From Louisville Herald NOTED INFIDEL DIES HAPPY AND EXPRESSES NO REGRET FOR PAST CHARLES c MOORES LIFE ENDS Kentucky Agnostic Who Had Served a Term In Prison for Advocating X His Views Passes Away at Lex ington Lexington Ky February 7Dylng as he had lived for many years an agnostic the famous Heathen Editor for whose teachings and writings he was twice thrown In prison ...

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. — 11 February 1906

r r L DR J B WILSONS SPEECH tAddress of the Distinguished Agnostic at the Funeral of Charles C MooreEloquent Presentation of the Views of the Freethinkers Full Text of the Oration My 1rlondit fctnndlnir above tho 14 body of Charles C Mooro 1 fool us If in ilio prepiini0 of tho ptitlutlc ruin of some fallen towor Ho rugged wii hid character no itiuvMva his montullt no unyielding bin convictions MO 1m prognuhlo hili honoty of purpoic tint Ito lrrolNtlbly remind tutu oi a grantt column Warrior ho wus but u wur rlor of word for his liiuid wan us gen tin IIM it woman uiul his liuntt 01 gullole III a chlhllI re flu wrought u work nutty other voul have donu That lads completed ho a grow uwoiiry with tha work mid road v for tint rest uwnltlnir Ilio Imnd of Iho harvester Death reached forth an pluukid him like ripened fruit front 1Jtlturreu of Life h All the world of tfrcothought wear thu guru of grief today Thu UUIIO has lout u luiidur and Itl follower hav wIOMI n friend Ilirhup thu death o...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1906

I t 1 r TI I I not loud enough to disturb the meet r lng but sufficiently emphasized to b I heard by those agreeing or disegVec Ing with tho sentiments uttered Strange as tho services were then wero also profound and thoughtful and Mrs Henry In a clear ringing 1voice spoke as follows Hero follows the address of Mrs i Henry and Moses Kaufman which will appear in the Blade next week Dr Wilson Speaks Ison next speaker was Dr J B Wil son of Cincinnati Dr Wilson Is prom ident of the National Freethinkers Society and was one of the mea who most assldiously assisted In the de fense otMr Moore when going through his numerous prosecutions In the courts of the country He Is tho I Ingersoll of the West Dr Wilson was I more vigorous in his speech and In dulged in comparative common as be tween the life accomplishments of the deceased with those of other distln gUished Kentuckians who have gone j ek before He spoke for nearly an hour I jjtaBlilB reference to Mr Moore and 7 kh lSfedjnen ho brough...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1906

I y s 0t KtF t r H j I BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE LATE i CHARLES Ce MOORE SOME TRUTHS THAT ARE STRONGER THAN FICTION INTEREST ING CAREER OF AN INTERESTING CHARACTER WHAT ONE g MAN SUFFERED FOR HIS HONEST CONVICTIONS THE STORY OF HIS LIFE BY JOHN R CHARLESWORTH From Lexington Leader Chares Chillon iooro was born in Fayctto county eigu mea trom Lex ington on wuat is Known as mo surf mAr 8 Mill pike on Lao 20th day of Uocemoer 1837 Any accurate skotch of his Ute and career would furnish In some respects a romance strang er In detail than much that appears in hctlon Of an intensely entnustas 1tic and energetic nature ho gavo all the strength of his being to any cause which he undertook to champion and pursued his advocacy with earnest ness and sincerity Every year of his life from tae day ho arrived at the age of discretion forms something or a chapter in a truly remarkable ca roer He was a descendant of ono of the most detingulshed and aristocra tic families of the early days of Ken tu...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1906

11 ate T a r t li u Ii r ARRAYED AS SISTERS OF CHARITY Ohio State University Girls Dan ceo l With Ked nevus ana some of r Them SmoKed Cigarettes r Columbus Ohio February 31n t proicsi against what ho dooms the seorauou 01 a rousious garo lUH A ii Lojdon ot st i rancis tUIIII1 uuurcn thiS city lias written a lUtltJl to resident W U Thompson ol LlIt uhlo State University Several nigius ago tnoio was a pro I enado at the univorsuj viiich wa attended by students ol both seXlJ attired In lancy costumes it appe > that several youug vouieu aueui lu the garb of Sisters ot cnaruy ana I 1In the accounts had it danced nUI red devils who carried pltchfoi and told their beads between dance In remonstrating against this He Air London recalled the lamous uolu smith dmiier in Cincinnati w hlCll created a furor in social and pol1tlca circles and asked this question Ulu they take their cue from that cultur ed person of Cincinnati who was rLL ported to have stationed two women in the garb of our Si...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 February 1906

t I L I FREEDOM OF THOUGH GREAT LEADING EDITORIAL IN THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRE OF SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11TI And Which In Substance Well Re flects the Righteousness of the i Philosophy of Mr Moore and In Affect Appears the Encomium of Mrs Henry Moses Kaufma and Dr Wilson tThe Joseph Priestly commemoration In Washington in which Secretary Taft Edward Everett Halo and other prominent men took part recalls an interesting and valuable life and brings to mind the great advance which has been made in intellectual freedom since his day which extended from 1733 to 1804 He was born ml a strictly orthodox environment and his parents meant he should be a Pres byterian clergyman At an early age he had mastered several languages and turned his attention to science while pursuing his theological studies He wrote the first history of electri city was early and prominently in chemical investigations being regard ed as the founder pf modern chemistr and was the discoverer of oxygen Meantime he had become a 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. — 4 March 1906

t > 43 I BLIE GRA S BLADE A 1 ThJWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH i 1 SepOCk 1 1 I IISep k Aahla md East Side SdI LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MARCH 4 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE CHARLES C MOORE e Founder of tho Blue dross Blade j Died February 7th 1906 1 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION advancefu clubs One issue for one year 100 in advance of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each L Terms100 per year in advance foreign sub scription 150 per year 3 Five new subscribers sent for one year for 250 letttr Send your subscription by registered letter post office or express money order New Yorkfdraft collection and if personal checks are sent add coUection charges as local banks charge for collecting same I f Make all money orders drafts checks etc paya ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky When you change your address advise tins office giving your old as well as the new address whciIr When you send your subscription say whether you are a new ...

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. — 4 March 1906

onu t u S Y I y HERBERT < S BIGELOW The One Preacher In all Cincinnati itt Whose Drift Is In the Right Dire a tlon Foundation of a Church Universal Cincinnati has just one preacher who dares call his soul his own Oth er preachers step Into readymade au diences Mr BIgelow has made his own audience He Is the one wall among all our clergymen who dares to step ahead of the ignorant thought less crowd and advance along new lines dlsregardless of what his parish loners think or of the consequences to position and salary He is the ono preacher of Cincinnati who does not presume to interpret the Almighty > or usurp his authority and proceed to damn nearly every body whose en I vironments and education have been different from his own and who do r not happen to believe as ho docs t In his church and in his alone < Thought is free Every one has the right and privilege to question and dif fer In every other church the pea i pie are not permitted to question or I object They must belie...

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. — 4 March 1906

t T Ji a 1 lMAN TO i BECOME THE CREATOR I Prof Ostwald Makes the Startling An riouncernent That Within a Com parative Short Period of Time Scientists Will Be Creating Life t As Advanced as That of the Horse I v By Prof Wilhelm Oswald of the Uni versity of Lelpslc Germany l k Now York February 1C 1906 1900t Can man create llfo that Is a mov movI r vtTficlally Can In other words organ y t Icjjbefngs < be created tI OrganIC pro i thy i drdatly w 1111 surplseJ IT ieceIit ieceIiti1i 3Iaryara i nail ColombiaUntvor itlen r t ha1 tad 3hg hall ot controvors l rolling at very pronounced speed I say to my surprise because it la riow an accepted fact among scientists that the phenomena of creation Is pbs Bible of performance by what may bo termed artificial agencies This stu pendous achievement recently credit Ied to Prof Loeb in the United States > and more recently to Prof EmU Fis cher in Germany has evidently not tin pressed Itself upon the general public I despite its profound ignoran...

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. — 4 March 1906

a r a J 1 If T y t I d 1 = l Editorial Continued from first page resurrection in the body while others avow belief in some mystified socalled spiritual resurrection No amount of persuasion can bring these sectarian votaries to a common ground of belief Nor is this all for we are informed that even many of the dis ciples doubted the resurrection although the mira cle was performed in their presence and one of nn them the Doubting Thomas demanded more ocular and physical proof If the very disciples of e the Risen Lord could not believe in the resur rection is it any wonder that disbelief is so preva lent in this day and age when two thousand years have elapsed since it was said to occurred 7 Why the gospels themselves are not agreed upon the subject Aside fromthe fatal discrepancies in the narrative they give not one of the synoptics i e Matthew Mark and Luke so much as intimate that Christ rose in the flesh Not until the fourth gos pel appeared that of John did the bodily resurrec ti...

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. — 11 March 1906

r T air 1 H GRABS BLADE fljtlLarl J lair lairthnst gd J WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH e VOLUME XIV NUMBER 49 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MARCH 11 1906PUBCSHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 a CHARLES C MOORE 11 11CHARLES Blue Gross Blade Died February 7th Bladei JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publ Or > TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONc 555S One issue for one year 100 in advance In o if of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each Terms100 per year in advance j foreign b c scription 150 per year Five new subscribers sent for one year for 0 6i your st office or express money order New York t and if personal cheeks are sent add coll n charges as local banks charge for coll sllllleIt K slllllet J Make all money orders drafts checks etcJ a tiWe to James E Hughes Lexington Ei When you change your address advise thf cc giving your old as well as the new ad When you send yoursubscription say whet ou are a new or old subscriber 1 it The oddresssiP on the pa emi will show eg on of subscription and 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. — 11 March 1906

r I I I II WAS JESUS AN EXEMPLAR IN MORALS TO MAN fJii I a Dr Wilson Discusses This Important Youngi Lady Questioner Who Believes The Other way Depends on How We Look At It Dr Wilson Cincinnati Ohio Dear SlrI write you merely for a little Information I do not believe as f you do and assure you It Is not for the sake of argument that I ask this ques t Mien My understanding is that you be lieve there Is no hereafter and that Jesus Christ never come Into the world yet you think It Is our duty to live upright and honest lives Well F then who set our example There certainly must have been an example set If not we would not understand the Importance of living such lives Now I feel sure you can give a satis factory answer to this and that Is why I ask It You may deem It a very narrow question and so It may be et unless we ask questions we can f t not hope to make any advancement so hoping to hear from you and a thanking you In advance I am c Yours very respectfully r t REPLVIf this good Ch...

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. — 11 March 1906

I n t T I 1 jf I this would mean the end of homo and hOcme tho family affections Thanks to andI man nature men and women havo re fused to follow tho example ol Christ In this as well as in nearly every other pattern ho set Christ was a carpenterthat Is he i worked with his supposed father until his twelfth year Just how much of a carpenter a twelve year old boy would make the reader may determine for himself At this time the lad ran away from home or in other words disappeared He may have worked some after that out there Is no record of It He remained away for 18 years here he was no ono knows but from the doctrines he came teaching there Is no doubt but that he Joined or mingled with an order of monks of the Buddhistic faith and then inblbcd the Buddhistic and Confucian philoso phies Returning at the age of 30 he i began Introducing these principles to the Jews He had mastered tho necro mancy and sleight of hand practiced In the East and these he used to be wilder and confound the ...

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. — 11 March 1906

r J m 1 t + I + + + + F THE BLADES j i LETTER BOX Ie t f + + + + I d + I I To Insure publication of your letters letterit In this column correspondents must observe the following rules Write only on one side of the paper Put your communications in a plain legible hand Address them to Editor Blade Condense your letter to about 200 words If they are too long they stand a good chance of finding the waste Basket There are many others wno like to see their letters in print 1 it too long we cannot publish ttheni EDITOR Mrs W J Minor xour communica tions were too long tor publication It contained over 5000 words and that would occupy more space than wo have to spare ve will gladly publisn your communications If you will com ply with the rules given above J J Swehe The greater part ot your letter is Inapropos and as the death of our late editor took place during one of your resting periods from writing that portion relative to Mr Moores death is given In this column Henry BarberThe article ...

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