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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 18 March 1906

r v l l I < f Nlrha T < n4 JHJE GRASS BLADE r yIa WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH f 1 I VOLUME XIV NUMBER 50 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MARCH 18 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i 7CHARI S C MOORE Founder oC the Blue Grass Blade I Died February 7th 1906 t > t t JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i One issue for one year 100 in advance In clubs of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each i Terms100 per year in advance foreign subs scription 150 per year Five new subscribers sent for one year for 250 Send your subscription by registered letter post office or express money order New York draft and if personal checks are sent add collection + charges as local banks charge for collecting same jj > tr Make all money orders drafts checks etc pays r ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky 1 When you change your address advise this office I giving your old as well as the new address i > oj When you send your subscription say whether you < ...

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. — 18 March 1906

Ii Tr J r fr > I r I I a THE TWIN CURSES OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC W1 r4 MASTERLY EXPOSITION OF OUR POLITICAL DISEASE BY DR T J BOWLES MONEY POWER GIVEN A MERCILESS SCARING AND ITS INTRIGUES UPON t THE GOVERNMENT EXPOSED Ijt l fi I > ii The money power during the last thirty years of its Infamous exist ence has cost this republic In tears and sorrows and money a far greater = sum than the slave power durng the 1whole seventyfive years of Its leprous I r existence I existenceFor seventyfive years this great IfFor was dominated and control I led by a heartless oligarchy called the theI slave power and for the last thirty i < Iyears it has been domnlnated and con trolled by a heartless oligarchy call J jfl ed the money power f For seventyfive years the slave f power Inspired all the statutes and I 4 for the last thirty years the mone 1 V power has made all the laws For 1 iseventyflve years the slave power hF filled both houses of Congress with its tbols and agents and for the l...

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. — 18 March 1906

y jfQ f s tV 1I I r 1 i w I I I c 1 J t + + IIIIIII + + + + i InTHE BLADESLETTERBOX f LETTERBOX + + + + + + + ISIS + + Otto Wettsteln Alany thanks for M the compliment extended There are circumstances over which men haved no control Besides instrusion is not I a nuppy laciiity to cultivate I Joseph CoulterThere was no doubt about Shelleys atheism He could not have recanted on his death bed be cause he drowned while yachting off toe coast of Italy William Bishop Your article was too long We did not have space enough to publish It Condense YOUl lettersJohn John LallyThanks for clippings ouch items are always useful Edward Baker Address Mra Jose phine K Henry Versailles Ky and enclose 25 cents for pamphlet John BenbryWe deal with the matter you send on Editor Moores death in an editorial in this issue Editor Moore said nothing of the kindJohn John Kastenhuber Mrs Moore is a Freethinker and has been for years She did not say The family hopes sq J11 Blade goes to New Zealand Wellington N...

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. — 18 March 1906

1 Y f fI i r S Editorial Continued from page one a jesting way and it is pounced upon as a delicious morsel to be handed from pulpit to pulpit through out the length and breadth of the country Such a theme has long been a popular one with the clergy and they have invariably used it to frieghten the poor timid birds in their flock from feeding upon ti the grains of truth c History records but few recantations made by any Freethinkers of prominence There are cases however where insincerity in an adherence of pro fessed adherence to Freethought has been followed by an alleged change of heart Reference might be f made to Jos Barker in America and Geo Bishop in England Both were Freethought advocates men of an apparent brilliant mind yet both abandoned ii the cause of Freethought and undertook a Chris tian propaganda with equal intensity to which they had previously advocated Freethought principles Reasoning from cause to effect the change in both cases can be well understood Bishop got ...

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. — 25 March 1906

i44 r jiI 1 ifr l BLUE GRAS BLADE f i1i t PllrlfJWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH k tha174 L j t VOLUME XIV NUMBER a174 sl11llot tit 4118t BeJOfti I TON KENTUCKY SUND Y MARCH 25 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A Y EAR IN ADVANCE i JfCHARLES C MOORE LFounder of the Blue Grasa Blade i Died February 7th 1906 r 1 = a > JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION j One issue for one year 100 in advance In clubs of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each ul ff Terms100 per year in advance foreign sub scription 150 per year rOf 250 Five new subscribers sent for one year for 250 4H Send your subscription by registered letter post office or express money order New York draft and if personal checks are sent add collection charges as local banks charge for collecting same Make all money orders drafts checks etc paya ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky When you change your address advise this office r giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription sa...

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. — 25 March 1906

I I f j L a Nit II f THE SCOPE OF OUR FREE 1 THOUGHT PROPAGANGA VITH CHURCH AUTOCRACY AND CAPITALISM COMBINEDDR WILSON SUGGESTS THAT FREETHOUGHT IS INSEPARABLY AS SOCIATED WITH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROPAGANDA Two weeks ago Dr J B Wilson wrote of his contribution to the March Number ot the Culturlst and spoke ot I1 It as a breaking of the Ice The fol lowing Is the article as it appeared in full It is a common saying that the her esy of one age becomes the gospel of the next This aphorism applies to political and economic as well as to religious revolutions In fact these three principles move forward in uni son Creeds once characterized as cast iron are being dissolved by force of UDieNew political and economic ideas are1 compelling a readjustment of tho old I 1Lhe mighty material changes now < being made In human history are be I tf lug met not only with change of thought but change In the modes of r living Within the last 100 or 161 t years the Inventions of mankind have I f been ...

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. — 25 March 1906

If 1 1 3I44 THE BLADES 1 LETTER BOX 11111111111111111111 + + Andrew Cook You are correct In h gersoll had two daughters and both were lIving at the time of his death S The preacher has possibly heard the Ethan Allan fake and had got his name mixed too well In the shuffle James A StarrDoubtless Mrs Henry or Dr Wilson will read your letter In this Issue and grant your re quest questWarren I Warren Edwin Brokaw Received copy of The Equltlst with pleasure I We shall be pleased to place It on our exchange list Would gladly publish papers suggested Albert Lawrence Thanks for clip ping We answer the statement this clipI F M LaycockThe same clipping I was sent to us by Albert Lawrence I of San Diego and this Tact evidences how FreethinKers are always on the alertCharles Charles BarnesBehlnd the Bars was written by Mr Moore while he was in the penitentiary at Columbus It is the nature of an auoblography i John F ClarkWe hope to be able to publish further writings of M Grier Kidder Albert Lew...

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. — 25 March 1906

r i J I I iri < it < cjt lu t Editorial Continued from Page One wearing a crown of thorns spat upon made to drink vinegar when he did not want it repudiated by the chief of his disciples and finally hung up between two crucified criminals If nil this is true it is no wonder Christ never smiled How could a man smile under such circumstances and yet this is the peace on earth and good will towards man story which Christ is said to have brought > into the world Christians believing such to be true ought never to indulge in a smile A relig ion based upon such a picture is incapable of put ting joy into any human heart As a matter of fact there can be neither beauty or joy in a r eh ligious system the highest culmination of which was the wanton and cruel murder of an innocent man Any professing Christian who could act ually smile while thinking of his Man God suffer ing such a fate is a monster of devils born Col Ingersoll once defined laughter asII the blessed boundary line bet...

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 April 1906

11Ie T jj fl 1r 1 I rV ft jI iiL t tt irJ1 1 B E GR4SS BLXDE 1 ki > f WE AIM TO CUT DOV fRROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH A7 VOMEXIV T NUMBER 52 LEXINGTON KENT SUNDAY APRIL 11906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A Y EAR IN ADVANCE + t + rJA11IES E HUGHES Editor a Publislrer r > tJI TERMS OF SUBSCfIPTIO One issue for one year 100 in advaue In clubs 141of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents ca rl Terms100 i per 4cul 1 lJ1advi1fl flJgn sub + I i R acrlptlonp 150 jpelj cl1r tt i oJ r < Five nett s1bsc ibcrs sent for one jli 1 250 Send your subscriptiqii by 1 registered 1 fi post office or express money order iNew Y ifk Ural Jalll if personal checks are sent add i jb Ilectiou charges as local bankscharge folf gllecting tsallie ct lfi lie urtlecsh drafts cheers tjpnyq = 1es Lexington f11 dress e office iilvkr recs IFi n You 1 ft e ll tion e s the C le Q at 1Jic colirt9jiuvaci iif 1 isubscrib4r respon I t sibl < i to the ptiUisl r for the subscription price IJfi I of all papers received until the paper ...

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 April 1906

r K t 11 o FUNERAL CEREMONIAL OF > THE LATE JOHN MOST MOSTlf lf u NEWSPAPER REPORTS REMARKABLE FOft ABSENCE OF HOSTILE CHARACTERISTIC UTTERANCE DR STYLE WILSON DISCUSSES THE SUBJECT IN HIS The body of Herr John Most high c priest of Anarchy in this country was reduced to ashes at the Cincinnati Crematory yesterday afternoon The a leader of the Reds was more hone ored in his funeral than during his Illness or at the time of his death 4y J While comparatively neglected at his i his end a crowd which packed the I crematory chapel attended the sere vices at the Incineration It was evi V dent that most of the assemblage had rmore or less sympathy with his views of the dead Anarchist or at least they regarded him as a martyr to a cause I Fully one third of the audience were women and nearly every one present was of foreign birth y The hearse and two carriages made up the cortege from the residence 01 Adolph Kraus at 1523 Cutter street v to the crematory The widow of the agitator seemed...

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 April 1906

1 l 1111 JIr t Jy 4 r V j I J Ki I I r ill iI 1 d 1 F 13 1 + 1 1 1 1II liE E + + + I THE BLADESi + + Mrs L A Hlckethler The infor mation you seek has been sent Thanks for order G B Klehl The relationship of Freethought and Socialism is largely a matter of opinion Anarchists have made similar claims The result Is we keep Hammering at theology J B Minden Freethought In America has no platform advocates Such propaganda is needed England enjoys the best system of propaganda J R LeavellThanks for renewal We are continually sharpening our BladeC C F Smiley We make editorial mention of Mrs Henry this week A Lutterman The question sub mltted will be dealt with in the next issue of the Blade Spencer GarwoodYour kind words are fully appreciated We hope to continue as we have began James Hardy Thanks for clipping Dr J W DennisWe publish your letteilr If you will send your new address yourshall get the Blade all the sane Never mind cost Lexington Ky Friend Hughes If you publish Charles C Mooro ...

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 April 1906

r f 1 ll Lft 1 p 1 Jt 1p i > J Editorial Continued from page one with life Every death is only a new birth Ev ery grave is a cradle The air swarms with birds insects and invisible nnimnlcnlne The waters of every ocean are peopled with innumerable forms from the Protozoan millions of which would not weigh a grain to the whale which seems an island as it sleeps upon the waves The very bed of the sea Is alive Nor does the procession end here for the soil upon which we tread is largely formed of the debris of life The quarry of limestone the 1 flints which struck the fires revolutionary mus kets are all the remains of countless skeletons of 0 T once living forms The major part of the Alps the Rockies and the Chalk cliffs of England are i but monumental relics of bygone generations From the ruins of once living forms we build bur 1 examples of architecture Generation follows gen I eration and yet we have not completed the sur vey Life cradles within life The bodies of all t J animals ...

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 April 1906

L I l34 J I I r t 19jL f A 1 I 4 r I < 1 Iy BLUE GR BLADE b i blId c ti nl lilt 1ast Son ast 81 rWE I WE AIM TO CUT DOWN EmLl AND ESTABLISH TRUTH IjY LUME xv NUMBER 1 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY iii NDAY APRIL 8 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One issue for one year 100 in advance In clubs p of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each CIUSS it1 Terms100 per year in advance foreign sub scription 150 per year t k Five new subscribers sent for one year for 25p 6 Send your subscription n by registered letter post t t office or express money order New York drafltl I and if personal checks are sent add collection charges as local banks charge for collectum ° samei o Make all money orders drafts checks etc pays ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky PBYia iiI ou change your address advise this O co g your old as well as the new address I send your subscription say whether y offl IT new or old subscriber jj I dress slip on the paper will...

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 April 1906

t t y 4oJ 11 i1r r I = j I fBRICHi PEN PICTURE OF THE rATE CHAS Ci MOORE DETECTEDA FRIENDS FAULTS WAS A BORN LEADER AND NEVER BOTH SIDES OFlHIS CHARACTER ABLY PORTRAYED WITH ELOQUENCE AND TRUTH DID HE BUT LIVE IN DAYS OF DIO GENES LATTER WOULD NEED NO LANTERN i 1 The following has 1 o reproduced from tho columns of To Morrow Mag t azine It was especially written for 1 a that bright attractive and energetic i r periodical By its courtesy the Blade has been favored with advance proof t sheets The article Rppoars in the 1 y April number with anjexcellent por i of late edltort 1 trait our edltorl i editodjI C By Walter Hjt 1 With the death of cSSfes Chilton t Moore editor of the Bluo Grass Blade t of Lexington Ky disappears one of t the most remarkable characters that gtage of this 11 has stepped upon the stage estimate 1 we generation Whatever may placo on his life character and t achievements his name ulvSat forev J I I er remain linked with the history of j Freethought He was amo2git...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 April 1906

WIll TT I 4 Mr i f 4r tJ ASI j J + 1 1 1 I 11 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 + + + BLADESm LETTER BOX n + + + + + z + + + r 4 caL t ping It is a good item but crowded out this week We will use some of t it Parker H Sercombo Glad to ex 1 changepi Andrew CookThe article sent isju valuable for the information We shall try to publish tho list next week Jno W JamesrYour letter broughtye cheer and confidence is respected Otto Wettsteln Shall be glad to publish articles sent as soon as weto can get at them An unsigned letter has been receiv ed for publication whlcn is also with out date It was mailed on the St 1 Louis and Eldorado train Wo mustti 1 decline to publish unsigned commun ications l J W Sawyer Did < 41ot havo room for rerolutlons Will publish sameM later C C Beeler There is more truth I than poetry in what you have writ ten I tenE I E M Gibson Will send informs tion desired by mall in a few days I Carl JunkerYou will doubtless have the pleasure of reading after Mrs Henry again In a few days...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 8 April 1906

a > rJrr ffMKT 1 J 1 oS r r T I T tlPly yt r 1 i1TI I 1 v PRINCESS ENA ENACONVERTED CONVERTED YFiancee of Spanish King Renounces r Her Faith for Catholicism In Or der to Wear a Crown After a moment of tense silence the Bishop and the assistant priests recited alternately verses of the Venl Creator Spiritus terminating with a iit versicle And response and tho prayer Deus qui cerda fldelium Then came J the solemn profession of faith The Bishops of Nottingham and Slon ad vanced from the altar with the rector of Buen Suceso who carried the Book s of the Gospel Placing her right hand on the Gospels Princess Ena in a clear voice somewhat restrained by emotion recited the formula prescrib ed in the dltaul of the church begin ning Fi I Victoria Eugenie of Battenborg having before my eyes the Holy Gos pels which I touch with my hand and knowing that no one can be saved without that faith which the Holy Catholic Apostolic Roman Church y holds believes and teaches against which I grieve tha...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 April 1906

It 5 4 t rfj I f 1I 1 vn t fI d I BLUEflltiS BLADE I 1m l fit itl fI fTO JUT DOW ERjI tun ESTABLISH TRUTH + IIYOLUME XV NUMBER 2 P 1lPSXiNGTON w KENTDcK U bAY APRIL PUBLISHED ci lPSXiNGTON 15 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE il h Inn J i k I i i 7 JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Paid f er TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ii One issue for subscribers in advance In ei dliNb a of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each r E g Terms100 per year in advance foreign sub iX scriptiou 150 per year f it CXFive Send your subscription by registered rPd q 5 l < office or express money order New Yorkdraft 1 and if personal checks are sent add collect n charges as local banks charge for collecting same Make all money orders drafts checks etc pa aits t file To James E Hughes Lexington Ky 1t When you change your address advise 1tyl ofn ue giving your old as well as the new addres m When you send your subscription say whether you 91are The address slip on the paper will show expiratj in w 0of subscription and...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 April 1906

LiN I r J It L oil t wy ki I v1 hI I iOVAiiHURCH PLUNGED INTO A HERESY BATTLE NEW YORK CLERGYMAN DENIES THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST AND ii IS TO BE TRIED APRIL 17 HIS CHURCH TORN ASUNDER BY OPPOSING FACTIONS ANOTHER INPORTANT ADVANCE IN FREETHOUGHT I Denying the divinity of Christ Rev Dr Algernon S Crapsey pastor of thi Protestant Episcopal Church at Data via N Y Is to bo made defendant ii ono of tho greatest heresy trails In th d f historyof that denomination Th e story as well as tho utterances made is best told by reproducing the follow i Ing from the columns of the North I r American ono of the leading dally newspapers of Philadelphia It reads Thero will be held In the little tcwi p of Patavla N Y beginning April 17 what churchman declare tho most Ira u portant hearing of heresy charges li i ° tne history ol the Protestant Eplscopa h Ihurch In this country Tho ector who will face tae eccUs r iastlcal court Is tho Rev DrtgcnhI t S Crapsey of this city one of the t most brilliant pulpi...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 April 1906

f t w 7 t 1 J 1 J r f I 1 c VI II I J s L cp f + + + H + + i THE BLADES 1 f LETTER BOX to1 + + + + + + ot + + + Marllla M Rucker Will publish your article next week James B Elliott The suggestion Is a good one and the Blade will be pleas ed to set the example James A Greenhlll Glad to receive your letter Mathematical puzzle did not arrive Did you send It under sep arate cover W J Station Will send memorial expectt t will be some time next week 1U BordersWe entertain similar i notions to those you express Louis Calais Thanks for clipping I We use the article in this issue I Frank BurnsWe regret your decls Ion but will naturally respect it John N Wlllard We are sticking f like glue Thanks for the fine compH ments I mentsT MunsonWe appreciate your kind letter and it will please us to V adopt as far as possible the sugges dons you make J J Perkins Your environments make it impossible for much mission ary work but your efforts are none the less worthy of commendation David B C MunnMany A...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 April 1906

< > lr oif t 4tt R r Ii if f rr J f r r F I ti I ili VSWHO THEINFIDELS INFIDELS I j Well Known and Widely Admired I I Writer Expresses his Views on An Important Subject for Be 1e fit of Blade Readers By OTTO WETl STEIN What have Infidels over done for the uplifting of mankindwhat col leges asylums etc have they built 7 scornfully Inquires the preacher In I comparison with what Christians have I accomplished may be very little In c with tho respective numl ber of the two classes a great dealI In comparison with the relative wealth I and opportunities of believers and un believers vastly more than Christi unl But please Mr Preacher first be fair I above all else give us the time and op portunlty to demonstrate what we de sire to do for general reform when able to do so Paupers cant build unl versifies and feed and clothe other starving ones Give us an eqaul chance with your brethren In faith to first firstV V S earn and accumulate wealth to fill offices of Influence and power to...

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