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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

f I Voluble XIII. -rrn rra -rr 7T ttt n . M U I i - I ii in ii x ii v- TTTi CHT3' H HC, ' -d JJ KU U EXPRESS. An LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1916 Number 31 WAR IS IT WORTH THE PRICE? An Address Delivered to the Methodist Brotherhood Monday Evening, Feb. a8, 1916, by G. W. Robertson, limiC in"- ' Sx Vr WS out pK i?V human liK 5" vi The most valuable thing i human life. The next most valuable is that by which human life is unstained. The third most valuable is intelligence. Arid the fourth which we can not have unless we have the first three is morality. Anything which man does that destroys human life, that which sustains human life or which prevents man's progress in intelligence is wrong and should he abolished. The infant at birth has scarcely any intelligence, yet it has a germ within its frail body which is capable of expansion by proper culture into a mind of wonderful it Whence capable of almost un- Sr - a ah not moral but he ight kind of mor- telligence. A man he right...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

NEWS,"COUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES COLLEGE CORNER. II. I. Miller transacted business in Cincinnati, Tuesday. The teachers of our school observed visiting day, Monday, and attended school at other places. Mrs. D. W. Sherry, of Connersville, spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ward. The Presbyterian Missionary Society met with Mrs. Delos (Tillespie, Friday afternoon. PHILOMATH Rev. J. T. Scull is in Indianapolis, this week, visiting his father, who has been at the hospital for a few week 4 and is now improving. Rev. Work, of Oxford, will preach in the Presbyterian church, next Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. Myrtle Nutty, of Connersville. who with her baby son are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller, of Sand Run, spent Monday here Miss Frances Shultz attended the class play at Miami, Friday evening, and vis ited ber grandmother, Mrs. Abbott, of Oxford, until Monday. Mrs. Eugene Iliatte and baby daugh t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

rv CHESTER Jmg T Copyright, 1914, by ih Bobb-Merrill C. Immediately be made a neat little speech to his faithful friemls. the stanch Investors, who had believed lu the future of their heretofore prosper oua organization well enough to hold to their stock or to purchase more in the face of apparent adversity. It wax true that certain purely manipulative transactions had seemed to militate against the company and had temporarily depressed the market value of Its stock. Bendix stole a sly look at Sledge He had never batted an eyelash. Ilowever, the president went on, the Intrinsic value of the stock was still there, and, with that thought constantly In mind, there was no need for a panic. The stock was worth and should command par. The Improve- Attorney Tucker begged leave of the chair to ask Mr. Bozzam just one question and received it "Have you named your bottom figure?" he wanted to know. Positively:" declared Bozzam, with vast firmness. j "One more question. Are you empowered to cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

i - P i.j. 1 .1 Coupler tbe advantages of tbe ground- in from blockade In,. usiiflicicnt inj tin- impression bein;r tliat bv means menU of war tuati-riiiU we may look lite.l in tlie "watcb your www" nnc rOlitlCal AnnOUnCement loir. tlt ,H to sustain for merely nix terminal or trackage. .,,vy ..t f .bitralion any ÜKtiM run bread, will f"nvrt"1 to ", rmal condition- in .Miii recently standby tlie New Ynik week a r-Mitntioi that bun it a Jm-H- ni war "u,Ti,ch, grain, etc. Tii- )st )V,.,(,,, ,0Ur .. will ,aU Aviation lor Improving !)., ton.liiou an.l t thank of CnngrcH for the In- a liamlic.p to the .ii,.r,.illI ..flicieii- , ' , , ,r : llff "",,r"1 f ,,,,r f"''K balance a I Son of I he Poor. New York wa tin ' - . ,.v ii ml .r....... ,,w , .. ... There I"" Int'ii ii fulling ir 'i new ,.... .,. ,, ,, . , r ol wit' yer. I i !".' oi ln Whole' . , , . . I -K'nuir anair. I in ot t - Ii it citv to 'tilmt ml Morula the lirt 'id nl rv , foreign orlr for war munition and ; tnlinir to r.. iv i i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

r PERSONAL MENTION Attiat in Making this Column Complete by Sending in the New Miss Hertha Grimme, of Connersville, Mis. Charles Martin spent Monday in returned home. Monday, after a week's Connersville. visit here, the guest of her aunt. Mrs Minnie Davis. Mrs. William Fitzgerald and Mrs. Ed Circus Day, Coliseum, Friday evening, March 10. Mr nurl Mm fh:irlf lVmil tllttrt:lillfl I:.,1... -...1 I f l'..t.. Illo emnt HIM 1)11 itllU lllliuirn, n nii.-un tu . "I" .. ... , i 01 u if I... rr. . . . , . f I - - 1 Uesuay nere, ine giiesi 01 .nr. hiii Mrs. Ed. Adams and daughter, of Indianapolis; Mjs. Lou Little, and Maude and Ralph Huntington were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huntington to dinner, Sunday. Mrs. Paul Snyder spent Friday in Brownsville, the guest of Mrs. Lloyd Benjamin. Joseph Keating. Castle Square Entertainers March 10. "Their work is far above the average." G. XV. Pi gm an spent several days last week in Indianapolis on business. Frank Rude war a business visitor in Cincinnati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

IN! MM WOMEN'S PAGE i i irr ttv 1 HI) iiaror reiraum Griddle LACES AND FLOUNCES IN FASHIONS The New Opera Goyescas May Introduce Another Detail or Two. SPANISH COM IIS AND WOHN. SCAKFS New York, Marth 2. Tli Rn.inili intlllclli'f tliev OUT i . . a e it ! tendency tins season toward mines, i flounces, laces, full short skirt, ami basques. This note was first mentioned at the introduction of the bolero, a little earlier in the season, and si nee the premiere of Goyescas at the Metropolitan Opera House some weeks ago the first The Spanish Lace Scarf. All through the brilliant audience on opening night, as a delicate attention no doubt to the eoinioser, one saw the Spanish lace scarf in both black ami white, draped about gleaming white shoulders. Here and there in true Spanish fashion too, a high back comb was seen, often in the shining black hair of a true Spanish beauty; and there were any number of them, keenly apprecia- tive of their countryman 8 onermg. has never been anything more...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

T v ' i THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Interesting Dille History for Present Day Readers Projretiivt Stephen Pyt the Price.' (My Aii.Iivw ('. V.vxw, in Tin luntim-nt.) Intrrnatioiutl Sunday mIiooI lcon for Munh 3: Tlu Dvatli of Stlun. Art 7:I-H:3. Col.lrn Text, llevcltitiun . 2:10: tlioti faithful unto death, and I will k'iv tlx- ft crown of life. Stephen wad tin firt to lay down hi lif in tentiinony of Iii faith in I'hrUt. For thi ho in usually rallrd "protomartyr" (flrt martyr). The fot that hi nam tainl firwt in the lit of the even helper appointed to care for the poor and "aerve tahle" mIiowk that he was bertt known nmonjj them for h'n agjfreiiveneii. It wan thi characteristic that brought him to the front and led to the event which culminated in hi death. God had endowed him with the gift of nervier such few could render. He had been honored highly, and with the honor and peculiar gift came .ie respon sibility of using ha talent in the advancement of God'a will. Stephen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 3 March 1916

'f ' people of every nation and of all j SOME TALKS ABOUT THE PLANETS, NO. 3. need a zieh raw coat? A RAIN COAT is the most serviceable garment you can buy. It will keep off rain and chill on a raw day and dust on cool evenings all the year around. OURS are not only serviceable but STYLISH and can be worn for any occasion. We have many splendid "numbers" in rain coats and cravenettes. When you PRICE them you will buy one. We've got the umbrellas, too. Look at your OLD hat and see if you don't need a NEW one. We are "hat" quarters for heads. FRED MAX THE BIG STORE The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes WAR IS IT WORTH THE PRICE? (Continued from first p;gi'-) They lived far apart, were entire strangers, nay in eo wide a universe there was even, unconsciously, by commerce, some mutual helpfulness between them. Why then did they kill each other? Because their rulers had fallen out, and instead of shooting one another had the cunning or the power to make these men shoot ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

E JLIBEK Volume XIII. r -li-L y JIL JCLJgj k3C3o LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916 Number 32 SCHOOL CELEBRATION Of Centennial Day Successful Event. Good Program. PRIMARY ELECTION Three Political Parties Elected Candidates Tuesday. All the rural school of Union county participated in a celebration of "Centen nial Day .for the schools on last Fri day. It was considered a very successful event and Mas enjoyed by pupils and patrons. union couNTOop Primary election march rm I he first state-wide primary election! was held in Indiana, Tuesday. The returns, though the official count is not complete at this time, show that John M. Lontz has been defeated in the district by Finly Gray and that Patrick Lynch, the Republican candidate for At Dunlansville. the DunlaDSville I rnmrrui ifj w t...j r school, Pigman, Egypt and Mt. Pleasant stock. Comstock ran ahead of the ReunitetNn a joint celebration held at the publican ticket in Wayne County, rechurch. It was an all-day celebration ceivin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

ntflEWS'r COUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES g w. nr COLLEGE CORNER. Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Morclaml wore Cincinnati visitors, Saturday. Mia Verna Pentecost returned home. Monday evening, after a week's visit with friends in Cincinnati. Samuel Kiger, of Indianapolis, came Friday to attend the Centennial exercises of the Bonner and Sand Run schools. I. X. Smith transacted business in Connersville, Monday. A. L. Foreman has the appointment as the next postmaster of Cidlejje Corner. Miss Maude Jones entertained a few of her friends, Friday evening, in honor of her cousin, Miss Jennie Ilarbine, who is teaching near Hamilton. Those present were Misses Marie and Mabel Ault. Lucy Douglas, Verla Miller, Jessie Stewart, Ruth Kirk, Marie Lippert, and Laura Murphy. Mrs. Preston Pheanis entertained the Endeavor society and a few friends to a 6:00 o'clock dinner, Monday, as a surprise on her son, Clem, to remind him of his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. App...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

A TALE or Qf CHESTER lyP question." He left the two experts in silence, fnelus each other glumly arross his desk, and went Into the adjoining room, where he surprised the meek little stenographer by sinking on the arm of a bench and laughing noiselessly until he grew purple in the face. Timbers came in. looking much distressed for a fat man. and surveyed Bozzara in astonishment Arrali 1 of h'u CHAPTER XI. "3'ng a Little Protection For- tha People. HAT sterling friend of the pop-' ulace. that stalwart defender of the rights and the morals and the welfare and the purses aduiiriug constituents, that vo ciferous choke of the neonle. Stnte j Senuor Allertun. was discovered by I Slip me the good one." he begged. ; Sled ke iu the act of serving the public "I need a laugh worse than I ever needed a drink on the 4th of January." "We've stung Moodson!" snorted Eoz- inte of thes ests by playing iHjker in the rooms .ssemblyniau Buckley, and with i two conscientious patriots. deei also Jin the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

The Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 1903. Official Paper of Union County. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IN THE INTEREST OF UNION COUNTY IN GENERAL AND THE TOWN OF LIBERTY IN PARTICULAR. THE EXPRESS PRINTING CO. F. L. BEHYMEK H. M. HUGHES Office In Burt Block. Liberty. Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Liberty, lndlana- SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. One Tear nv Mail. Sii Months.... By Mall, Three Months. RATES ....$125 .0ä .35 Advertising- Rates on application. Local Reading Notices, per line 5c Black Face Locals, per line 10c. CHANGE OF ADDRESS Always give former address as well as the new one, when ordering paper changed. Friday, March 10. 19 Hi. majority. However, a slight Republican majority was in favor of tabling. A government that can command practically half the strength of its political adversaries, and 8." of its own following may 1 reasonably sure that it is supported by the people. I The action of the senate last week and ; I the nport ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

i PERSONAL MENTION Assist in Making this Column Complete by Sending in the Newt v Kmil IJethge spent Sunday evening in Ma Miller, of Richmond, is here Oxford, calling on friends. spending this week with her grandpar , , ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mollis Heard. Miss Mary Hryson was home from Western College, Sunday, the guest of. Mr an,i M Pau, Snyder j Sun. Mrs. Leo Maxwell and Mrs. Laura 11a tea. tlav with relatives near Clifton. If its drugs, liichardson, Liberty. Mrs. George Swain, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday here the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Coughlin and family. Aaron Filer was in Hrownsville, Monday, on business. Messrs. Elmer Robertson and Harry Shriner were calling in College Corner, Sunday evening. We compound all prescriptions, Richardson, Liberty. Miss Minnie Morgan spent this week in Dayton, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Mioffett, of Connersville, were the guests of the latter's father. M. C. Connaway. Feeds hogs Sal-Vet, Richardson, drugs, Liberty. Mrs. G. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

it 4 SJi&t WOMEN' I.GE NM SPORT CLOTHES FROM DAWN TILL DUSK An Economical and Comfortable Notion The Sport Coat May Be Worn Over SummeT Frocks. BRIGHT COLORS CIUC AND HAK-MOXIOUS. Now York, March 1. If all predictions prove true tin coming summer should be a most economical one for the family with daughters. Fashion says: "Sport clothes from dawn till dusk, and after dark, an simple or as elaborate an evening frock as the fancy demanda." Besides being decidedly practical and money-saving, this regime 1 J U AIcCali. A Middy Suit of Linen. The President's Wedding an example of decorative art never equaled in the history of cake decorating an example of deliciousness, lightness and wholesomeness that would be a pride to any housewife. It is Another Testimonial for CALUMET BAKING POWDER This world - famous Wilson -Gait Wedding Cake was made by Mrs. Marian Cole Fisher and M i s s Pansy Bowen, both well known Domestic Science Experts. Calumet Baking Powder was used because bot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Interesting Diblc History for Present Day Readers 1 INCUBATOR AND BROODERS e Jlc Selection of These Should Bej itv (J. v.. o In tin- value of It total output. Um In (lie wot Id. And nothing hits played so i poultry kiM'pinu; from a simple occupation The Great Honor Roll of the Sainti. ll,v Andrew ('. Zeno, hi The Continent.) International Sunday I. : I lerne nt-hool lesson for mill linn t r of Mu itli faith. Hebrews 11:1-12:'.'. (iol.leii Text. Hebrews l.'il -'i Let 11 run with patience the met' tlmt I et before 11, looking unto .lcu th uutlior and )l 11 -lher of our fu I tli. Tin eleventh chapter of Hebrew Im been called the Westminster Abbey of (Mil TcstUIIICtlt WOttllif. It pll'St'l'lC to tli remembrance of nil generation (lit' mighty niiil good deed of 11 great iiiini bcr 11 nI variety of noble und noteworthy characters. There I 11 !ilTriu'4, however, between (lie collect Ion of memorial not !' contained In it iiii'l any other ever im Ii vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 10 March 1916

Order Clothes R,W' U ' J THATir ONE OFS Jkili'' - J (TH05C MAILÖÄpeR) W W 1 fow ifoants toseffahat he bugs ter township was assessed $1,441 the tax was $10.00 per year.( amounts paid on these qua at the present day wou rter-sif ' conf J be Mut , tain .$IH;.(H and $144.1) jkt year resjK-tti Among the early settlers edue. was sixiii a matter of public coin-em it wan not long until subscription sv! fit- leinr maintained in several hvali ties, t lie curriculum embracing chieth three "l's." A study of these i schools shows that their efficiency pended largely upon the attaiiuixnt- cnergv of the teachers. There was and approaching their centennial year. Al- The! though the records in many eases are fused and unsatisfactory it is cer- that a list of the oldest of these ltl 1 1 1 j v 1 'II eiy. j cnurcnes would include tne uuiuapsviiie tion Presbyterian, Ibownsville Methodist, Siland.ver Creek and llaima's Creek churches olJand the Friends' Society at Salem. Quoting again from our former au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

T Volume XIII. ME- . LIBERTfY LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916 JUDGE. ED WARD JACKSON Before Gave Address Monday Night Methodist Brotherhood. On last Monday evening a large audience gathered at the Methodist church to listen to an address by Judge Edward Jackson, of Indianapolis. The service was held under the leadership of th brotherhood. Judge Jackson gave a very earnest and timely address on "Personal Responsibility." For six years he was judge of the Henry county circuit court, is a teacher of a men' -Bible class, and for years has been deeply interested in the work of the church. In this address he emphasized that we are responsible for a proper use of our time. He-illustrate! the value of time by the fact that many people have reached great success in life by the use of the fragments of time given not having opportunity as others, but making opportunity. Then he spoke of the right use of our talents that God will hold us responsible for the use of the talents he give. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

NES FROM THE ."COUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES C COLLEGE CORNER. Mrs.. Leland lYoetor, of Cincinnati, is visiting her parent, Mr. ana Mrs. l'erd Smith. Miss Fern Roxcbraugh entertained the girls of her Sunday school class. Wedneday evening, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Warner Moor. Mr. and Mrs.Oilbert Sluiltz and little daughter, who have been here for the past three months, will leave, Friday, for Indianapolis and vicinity for a visit before leaving for tlieirjiome in Kansas. Mr. and MrsT George Caiinicliael and daughter moved from Liberty, last week, to their farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ramsey moved fron the Morris property, this week, to the Davia farm east of town, which they recently purchased. Miss Margie Thompson spent Saturday night in Liberty, the guest of her sister. Miss Alice Wilson, of Fairhaven, is spending this w eek with her sister, Mrs. S. R. Ramsey, and other relatives. Cliff George and family have for their guest, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

of A TALE (feRAtIDOLPHciW 2Qg CHESTER Copyright, 1914, by th Bobb-Merrill Co. "That's the idea." assented Allerton -Restrictive legislation. The icople are strong for that Just now, anyhow. Dlgglesby's idea is to call the net A bill for the protection of municipalities against the monopolistic penetulty of street car companies.'" "Great!"" approved Sledge. "It sounds fierce if they get It I don't myself. urlAr i crt ah. Friendly Chat on. tho Peaceful Sabbath. ARLEY, as president of the King City Street Hallway company and as chairman of the impromptu convention of street car magnates, was so full of business that he felt stuffed like a sau sage, to nis niina tne runa tuey mi a M but 1 know It's against the nionopo- j raised to fight Allerton' Iniquitous leg- lies." -It's almost harsh with them," dryly commeuted Allertoo. "The bill will restrict the car companies to a painful degree. It will make a penal offense on the part of the officers to bond a company for more than its capitali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

4 the Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 19CX Official Paper of Union County. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IN THE INTEREST OF UNION COUNTY IN GENERAL AND THE TOWN OF LIBERTY IN PARTICULAR. THE EXPRESS PRINTING CO. F. L. BEIIYMER H. M. HUGHES Office in Burt Blook. Liberty, Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter a the Post Office at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall. One Tear $125 By Mail. Six Months 6? By Mall. Three Months 3a Advertising Rates on application. Local Reading Notices, per line 5c Black Face Local?, per line 10c. CHANGE OF ADDRESS Always give former address as well as the new one, when ordering paper changed. Friday, March 17, 191 1. Nailing a lie won't always keep it down. The best way to gt rich quick is to go slow. Steps are now being taken to render the ocean unfit for use. Even a rattlesnake warns before it strikes, Herr BernstorlT. Congress can't expect to raise revenue by taxing our patience. Every time a Turkish soldier falls, about 110...

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