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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 22 April 1906

ffrr t7 < ft < i 1r iM 1 1 P il3 > JR > > t 11 lI r t r If i i i IJ BLnW GRAS BLADE J MIJan rkerWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROAND ESTABLISH TRUTH tiV4 I 11 cJOr 1cJOr 1 VOLUME XV NUMBER 3It BIdLEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUJDAY APRIL 22 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Ji < JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publish I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I One issue for one year 100 in advance In plus tiof Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each < 1 lerms100 per year in advance foreign sub scription 150 per year 4JJRI V Five new subscribers sent for one year for 250A 4 Send your subscription by registered letter post office or express money order New York draft and if personal checks are sent add collection l charges as local banks charge for collecting same V 11 Make all4mouey orders drafts checks etc paya ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky f j When you change your address advise this office I I giving your old as well as the new address Rit 1 4 When you send your subscription say whether you a...

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 April 1906

7 r rr T ill fr1 1 t S i k I t r 1 FELIX OSWALD WRITES ON LIFE OF OUR LATE EDITOR 1LIFE GLORIOUS ENCOMIUM FROM ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT LIB t ERAL WRITERS IN AMERICASOME PARTICULARS OF EDI TOR MOORES CHARACTER NOT PREVIOUSLY TOUCHED UPON r kr By FEI4X L C IWhen Baron Humboldt returned > from his geological survey of the Rus j sian Empire a Berlin editor asked him to outline the results of his expedition or at least mention his maximum achievements Did he accomplish his I chief treasure troves In the Ural Yes In the South and Central Ural said the renowned traveler with one exception In a log cabin near Irkutsk I found a man who preferred since l ity and Siberia to compromise and comfort Two men of that kind an ill reward ed politician and an unrewarded creed founder died near Cincinnati within t the last six weeks and their tempest tossed career with the grave now as its only haven Is really a triumph of manhood and mankind Loyalty to conviction is so rare and so much I more Imp...

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. — 22 April 1906

1 j JIr C i rr pooIir I V II I 1 f > 2 ii i + iiI 1 1IF1411331 + 1 10M THE BLADESi ITHE LETTER BOX TIIIIII Blade Growing Better Tolo Idaho Inclosed please find 100 for which please move my paper up one year and accept my sincere thanks for sending the Blade as you have I should have remitted some time ago but it was simply my neg lect I hope you will keep tho Blade going as I believe it is doing good wherever it goes Give the Moore family my heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement as Mr Moore had made a warm spot la my heart through his writings The Blade is growing bet I ter all tho time and should have I stronger support from all parties GEO F TROEH I TROEHA I I A High ComplimentI Somerdafo Ohio Friend Hughes Enclosed you will find one dollar for which you will shove my tab ahead to March 1907 I am more than pleased with the Blade as it comes out now It was never so good as It has been since you have taken full charge of it Success to youJOSEPH MASON Wants the Rome Book Salado ...

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. — 22 April 1906

lr p A w Ji6 I > = aa f JqI vw K r I J ryJ i r V Editorial Continued from page one ifests a greater activity in the social and political affairs of men In an age when scholasticism was at the height of its power when philosophies were on actual trial it required courage to give utterance to a question of doubt which assailed the very ex I istence of deity and while there is a yawning chasm of years between the great Greek and the great American champions of human liberty yet their powerful minds traveled the same turnpike ro ad of intellectual thought s r r r PETITION FOR PARDON OF MOSES HARMON The Free Speech League a pushing active and vigorous organization whose aim is the freedom of both tongue and pen is making a strong effort to secure a pardon for Moses Harmon the aged convicted editor of Lucifer now serving a term of one year in the prison at Joliet Ill for daring to write his thoughts on a subject of vital impor tance to humanity It istime that all such prosecutions in A...

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. — 29 April 1906

An rr J I > v 7 1 f f 1w s ttl t YY i y l fE I GRMS BLADE f l kq4drlder TOOUT c WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR ND ESTABLISH TRUTH IiIllllllff tthSClJOC i t81d VOLUME XV NUMBER 4 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUIfAY APRIL 29 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE JAMES B HUGHES Editor and Publisher 0 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION j o i One issue for one year 100 in advance In < of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each MS Terms100 per year in advance foreign euliA scription 150 per year Li Five new subscribers sent for one year for fdt y4Send 1 Send your subscription by registered letter oflleeor express money order New Yorkdrt 1 aud if personal cheeks arc sent addl eoU charges as local banks charge fdrJeoi same Jil jMake all money orders drafts checks flue j ble to James E Hughes LexingtqnJKy P t When you change your address advise ithis giving your old as well as the new addr L i V v > r you Reid our ulis L I 1tiri sa ne anew oro1aubaer er n the paper wi1I su Tn 1 ud e e as 00 he au t k C lk Irc ...

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. — 29 April 1906

I to 1 I I I e = WHAT IS HUMAN HUMANCREDULITY CREDULITY 7 Interesting Excerpts From an Article J By J T Lloyd Published In the London Freethinker o t11y reason of the protracted discus k i sion that has been indulged in upon tne subject ot Atheism and Crime I with all the comments made thereon ir the following selections are reproduc ed as showing the mental attitude 01 Atheists as concerns phenomena and its bearing on morality What Is credulity Wherein does JIt differ from belief or faith II we ac i cept the authority of the Dictionary we must say that credulity means readiness of belief or a disposition I to believe on slight evidence A crt dulous person is described as one easily imposed upon or as one apt to believe on Slight evidence In r other words a man is pronounced cre dulous when he believes more than Ihis neighbors do For example an or thodox theologian who believes In the verbal inspiration of the Bible i r the virgin birth the miracles of Jesus the forsenic view of the...

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. — 29 April 1906

f w p t tax arm HO saqrr 1Mt1 ± n re + L fir FVM 7 J J I 1 r fl I J Jf f J t r + + + II H1 + + 44fI 111 J J J 4 + + I THE BLADESi LETTER BOX + + + + Eck Hllcman Thanks for clip pings The Porno carne to hand and I lJUbllshedI I L D Schoenflold and othersThe Rome book is now on the press and will be Issued in a fow days Dr Wil son has made It larger than he at first Intended and the additions have caused delay Frank MoodyThe matter sent In clipping is hardly worth an answer It is too weak and peurlle Wo thank i you however for your Interest and appreciate your work for the Blade Richard S HigginsYou will re ceivo the paper all right W CooperWe return opon loiter to Dr Hirsch The reason for this will be made plain in this Issue of the Blade Otherwise It would have been pentlnent and to the point Your state I ment that out of 3400 prisoners Idan English convict establishment there I were but 3 Atheists and these almost Ciiurch of England adherents is IsI M FairRest assured your wishes 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. — 29 April 1906

r c < fi TP > T I1 j < 7 7 < r It c z f Iii u i Editorial Continued from page one Jewish nationalism that we are doing our best to eliminate Jewish nationalism of every kind from our life If your temper and fairness illustrate the moral viewpoint of your atheism I have good cause to be grateful that my views differ from yours Truly yours EMIL G HIRSCH It is both refreshing and gratifying to learn from Dr Hirsch in person that the statements at tributed to him are false For their circulation and publication however the Blade is in nowise responsible as the purported extracts from his ser IOmon being so sensational in character were t caught up by the News Agencies of the country and sent to syndicates of newspapers for publica tion The Blade had every reason to assume that the reported extracts had really been uttered by 0 Dr Hirsch They were published by the daily pa pal tion so far as the Blade now knows Chicago rend ers of the Blade and subscribers from other points I ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 May 1906

f 45 Y 1 l I1 d T t 1 V 4ill v f If I t t oi t jA J t 1 JIll tIJ IO JL > f M h f t Jf it I C I rnC IFi H Bit1Et GRSSS BLADE r o J i J 1 i ftlehsndrA cbS poi WE AIM TO CUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH IfVOLUME XV NUMBER 5 a LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 6 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE r 7JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher i TEEMS OP SUBSCRIPTION V I > One issue for one year 100 in advance In clubV 3 < of FiVe NEW subscribers 50 cents each > J TerHis4100 per year in advance foreign sub = H fgvfciion 150 per year vlTiYi new subscribers sent for one year for 2507 a SPV V ar Blend yOur subscription by registered letter post V i office or express money order New York draft Y i affil if personal checks are sent add collectibi m chSrges as local banks charge for collecting z ttaklZalt ney orders drafts checks etc payn y bletoiJaines E Hughes Lexington Kyd i sWhen y q ngetiiyour address advise this ot11q tfoidas well as the new address u oiir > ubscription say...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 May 1906

w r r I 1 I 0 t PROF HAECKEL IS NOT A CHRISTIAN Evangelist Torrey Is Given Another Set back for PromuTgatlng a Religious Fake Personal Letter from the Eminent German Scientist Never Expects to Become Converted to Christianity Writing to a student In Philadelphia Dr Ernst Haeckel the great German scientist takes exception to the state ment that he has been converted to Christianity He writes that he Is quite convlnceed that he will not be made to change his Idea on the subject be fore ho dies What may happen after that time he leaves open to con Fc ture Like the man from Missouri the learned man wants to be shown the way and wherefore before he re nounces a belief he has upheld for years and taught many others to be hove Dr Haeckel also denies em phatically that he Is eightyfive years oldThe The statement was made at the TorreyAlexander meeting of March 26 in the Academy of Music that Dr Haeckel had seen the error of his I ways and was open to conversion Dr H Karl W Kuuiiu honorary G...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 May 1906

r r J f f > J 1 I I I MATERIALISM VS L AGNOSTICISM POLEMIC TREATISE UPON BOTH MODES OF HUMAN BELIEF EX PLANATORY OF THE COSMOS AMERICAN MATERIALIST TAKES I I 4ISSUE WITH THE AGNOSTICISM OF PROF HUXLEY SCHOLAR j LY ARTICLE iBy I By OTTO WETTSTEIN iI might as appropriately head this article Fact vs Fiction Knowledge vs I Vagary Substance vs Shadow The InnnltoAll vs Nothing because this and nothing less than this Is what the present controversy Implies My critics think I have been unfair know too much am dogmatic con celled and havo been too severe in BrotherI I ers ysj position as I understand It Is that the affirmation of a God or no God Is un provable hence all efforts at proof Is necessarily wasted energy But Prof I Huxley said more He said Of all the senseless babble I have ever had I I occasion to read the demonstrations of those philosophers who undertake to tell us all about the nature of God would be the worst It they were not surpassed by the still greater absur dltles of ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 May 1906

r It 0 1J eO T < 1 J J Ft > 1 Editorial Continued from page one proceeded to argue that men and women should accept the evidence in this day and age what was supplied to doubting Thomas nearly two centuries ago To do so he urged would supply the long de sired cure for infidelityI Suppose for the sake of argument only that all related of the alleged doubting Thomas incident be true what would it prove It would simply prove that while Thomas doubted and demanded ocular evidence ofa Risen Lord he personally became convinced But how is this to affect others T Every infidel in the land is demanding ocular proofs today concerning the legends and myths that attach to the Christian system of relgion but their demand is in vairi It is not sufficient to point to the scriptures and ask that they be accept ed as an authority upon such a subject They are but the work of human hands the products of hu man labor and inventive genius Every human proof is deficient when evidences concerning di...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 May 1906

Jfrirl r IY t 1 1L11tx 11 r 4f + 1 BLUE GRASS BLADE + y 7 I dtb r ehIAndQBtSgpOWE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTHzr < < VOLUME XV NUMBER 6 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 13 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 of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each Terms100 per year in advance j foreign sub 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 Make all money orders drafts checks etc paya ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky When you change your address advise this office giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether you are a new or old subscriber The address slip on the paper will show expiration of subscription an...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 May 1906

r I FTHE HUMAN STOMACH AND ITS RELATIONS TO THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 1 A Lecture Delivered by Dr J B Wilson Before The Economic Club at the Vine St Congregational Church Cincinnati April 12 1906 Mr President Ladies and Gentlemen o You all have stomachs Not all of I you lire fully aware of their impor tanceieI shall aim to tell you some I t thing new about them The first act of utterance of the hu man creature after it has tumbled J into the world is to smack its lips t and raise a howl for breakfastf f Its first requirement is for nourish ment to sustain life and at the end of a long term of existence its last necessity is the same I It is remarkable too that its first cry of hunger is accompanied with Y laborwith struggling of its body to obtain food and throughout its whole j c life these two human forcesHunger si and Labor journey together and are inseparables s inseparableThe of nursing is the hardest kind of labor I have seen infants perspire at this toil as freely as ever I did...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 May 1906

rol f f t t roc A l l their faces Wo see millions of women and girls bartering heir bodies for a toi i four dollars a week they cannot pa y rent dress and meet other actual In cessltles and eat too They are un Y able to pay for any of the pleasures humanJ soul is deprived of the natural pleas ures and diversions of the mind It withers shrinks and dies J Insufficient food and Insufficient pleasures drive to desperation Ambl i uon Is smitten pride Is lowered and they resort to the only means at their command to satisfy hunger and to obtain some little of tile pleasures of life A They do not resort to this by choice but because they are the slaves of economic Injustice The proprietor rd I of tuo factory of the sweatshop and apartment store expect them thus to earn what they will not justly pay And they are somebodys girls you know To each of them some good mother has sung lullaby songs and rocked her to sleep on her billowy breast Most of them are generous warm hearted loving and fitte...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 May 1906

r A b S i Editorial Continued front page one proportion of preachers are in prison today f 01 crimes against the sex than any other It and it is equally true that the church regards the honest and upright heretic with greater horror and aversion than it does a professional Christian Ivlm has tripped up on the Seventh commandment Preachers famous slumming sermons and tf whoopla evangelists do but create a depraved ap petite fall a notch or two in morality themselves and then take to far stronger excitants Thus itr that the Christian religion as taught and practiced by its professors in this land of ours is but a spid ers web hanging over the black abyss while abos it all in the shimmering light of glorious truth stands the Gibraltar rock of Infidelity Only a few days ago the sensationhunting news papers of the country found a choice morsel and took advantage of it yet from their morbid tales some some startling facts It appears that only a few days ago the Rev Charles T Russell a Pit...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1906

t Tt II l I I t BLUE GRASS BLADE 1 Jo 1 WE AIM TO OUT DOWN ERROR AND ESTABLISH TRUTH VOLUME < XV NUll Ik 7i tarerLEXINGTON KENTUCKY SUNDAY MAY 20 1906 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE atd JAMES E HUGHES Editor and Publisher f TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION v One issue for one year 100 in advance In clubs of Five NEW subscribers 50 cents each erms100 per year in advance j foreign sub scription 150 per year It Five new subscribers sent for one year for 250 iff Send your subscription by registered letter post 1office or express money order New York draft k and if personal checks are sent add collection v charges as local banks charge for collecting f same Make all money orders drafts checks etc paya 5 ble to James E Hughes Lexington Ky When you change your address advise this office iij giving your old as well as the new address When you send your subscription say whether you ° 1 are a new or old subscriber t address slip on the paper will show expiration Jof subscription and serve as ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1906

LAST WORDS WORDSBY BY HOLYOAKE Great Secularist and Labor Advocate 1Revises His Work on Cooperation I Shortly Before His Death Edi tlon Now In America Among the recent publications upon Industrial and economic subjects Is the revised edition of the History of f Cooperation by the late George Jacob i Holyoake recognized as one of the I greatest factors In the Industrial re form movements of England As a contemporary of Robert Owen and further known as the Father of Eng lish Secularism an advocate of men tal freedom his writings should com I j mend themselves to the Freethinkers of America especially those who have a deep Interest In the solution of the problems of labor It appears that only a few months prior to his death he prepared a re p vised edition of his great work which Is now in the hands of American pub i lishers more properly speaking E P I Dutton Company The work was revised at his Eastern Lodge near Brighton England in the early part of the present year and In his new pr...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1906

THE CIANT CIANTDELUSION r4 DELUSION f Dy OTTO WETTSTEIN Unless you accept thb testimony ot tho Bble as conclusive what evl deuce hava you of Gods existence I and mans immortality Gladstone The above is a frank concession that science logic reason analogy personal observation and experience do not and cannot supply proof of a God and of mans personal posthu mous existence And in this day of revisions of new theologies of higher criticisms etc substituting mans fallibility for Di vinoInfallibility the Bible of course must itself be proved first before its testimony can be admitted as proof Because when science has exhaust ed its curriculum of knowledge it teaches absolutely nothing of a God or of mans immortality And priests and preachers should bp barred from the open court of de bate because as persons prejudiced against or Interested in a criminal case are rejected as Jurors or judges so those who are pecularlly interest ed in the perpetuation of ancient sup erstitions should not b...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1906

I Editorial Continued from page one consistent with their original spirit of intolerance It is demanded us imperative that every pulpit shall be occupied by a man who will readily har monize with the recherche surroundings If the congregation wants hell really believes in hell he must preach it but if that inner conSCience which makes cowards of them leads the members of his pastorate to dread the nether world then he must shun the subject altogether and be over careful not to terrify or afright them by even a mild suggestion Neither churches or pulpits are built these days upon the models supplied by the alleged son of Alary To remain orthodox enough is a task every minister is compelled to assume I for when he ceases to preach the sectarian shib boleth out he goes and a call is issued for one more pliant and subservient The moment a preacher gets progressive he gets a heresy trial to trouble him then comes a swift and awful judg ment for his presumptious sin and he is told to i gi...

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