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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
V 4 f f I UJnLo LIBEETY HERA 1 Vol. LXV Liberty, Union County, Indiana, April 27, 1916 Ho. 17 0. L. Stivers, Publisher. A County Newspaper Devoted to Home Interests Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year . ' " ' i " DR. C. H. JUDD, OF CHICAGO Bates sang very creditably "More ' I Love to Thee. The quartet In i I EMINENT EDUCATOR, COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. C.W. Whitman, at M. E. Church, May 14 Mr. L. O. Snook, superintendent of Liberty High School sends us the following for publication concerning the speaker at Commencement. "The Board of Education and the Superintendent of the Liberty Sihools are one in the idea that the citizens of Liberty and that the citizens nf Liberty and the members of the grnduating classes which come from the high school are entitled to the very best obtainable at commencemtnt time. The price has not stood in the waj of procuring the beet speaker available, for th) people have demonstrated beyond a doubt that they will more heartily co-oper...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
THE LIBERTY HERALD. J- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ' ORION L. STIVERS, Editor and Owner Office in Corrington Block, Liberty, Union County, Indiana Union County's Home Newspaper Since 1 85 1 Htered as Second Glass Matter, at the Poet Office at Liberty, Indiana One Year $1.50; Six Months 75c; End of the Year $1.75 CENTENNIAL NEWS LETTER Suggestions from Other Places on Coming Celebration THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 1916. OCQQQQQQOQQQQQCXiQQQODOQQQGCOQCCOOQQQOQOQQOQQQQQOQOQQ HISTORIC SKETCHES OF UNION COUNTY Partial Histories of Some of the Earlier Churches. (By Mrs. Joseph C. Snyder, Miss Elizabeth Creek, Mrs. Daniel Orebaugh, Airs. Hezekiab Clark-) OOCXXXOCX)OOCX300000CXXX900000000CCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Dunlapsville Presbyterian Church HISTORY BY MRS. JENNIE HILL itruc being con- The first Presbyterian preaching in Indiana, of which we have authentic record, was at Rising Sun in 1804. The church of Bath wa3 organized in 1808. In 1810 "A petition from Presbyterians residing in Dearborn Cj., Iadi...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
sc s i M uy Furniture This Sprin We are house-cleaning and must sell a great deal of the furniture now on hands to make room for the new stock. Now we offer some wonderful bargains in home furniture of all kinds. BROWNSVILLE You will find here at reduced prices, bedroom and dining-room sets, chairs and tables for the living room and parlor as well as laborsaving kitchen furniture. An early visit to our store will be to your advantage. The Big Furniture Store at 9th and Main RICHMOND, IND, Iloosier Cabinets Save Miles of Steps Kitchen cabinets $10.00 to $25. at Bond's. Mr. Henry Paddock and daughser, Ella, have- returned home from Richmond and were calling on friends in Liberty Saturday afternoon. Linoleum, two, three and four yards wide, at Bond' . Mrs. George Dunbar was calling on relatives and friends in Liberty Saturday afternoon. Curtis Lafuze was greeting friends in Liberty Saturday afternoon. For Sale-White Pekin Duck Ekks. Mrs. C. C. Paddock, Phone 41M. I You Gannot Afford to...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
1TT!, I I 1 i I il l irll 1 II Mil i I l i j .r j - .r i i r mm m i m hjdj uiJDJDjjvi i n rüitüJJ-u. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ORION L. STIVERS. Editor ani? Owner Office in Corrington Block, Liberty, Union County. Indiana Fine Shov. "The Cervant in the House" whL.i v.t.3 produced at the Stan ley Tnr-Ure last Friday night was Church Notes The attendance at the Metho dist Sunday School on Easter! Union County's Home Newspaper Since 1 85 1 Htered as Second Class Matter, at the Poet Office at Liberty, Indiana One Year $1.50; Six Months 75c; End of the Year $1.75 one oi the most pleasing and best Sunday was 105 and the offering! rendoied theatrical productions $10.13. Thd Easter ofFering is' given to Missions. j There will be special mnsic at year, and though the audience was very small, it was appreci- the Methodist church next Sun THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 1916. Some week. 'sehnappy" ads, this EASTER SERVICES. ihn ine Laster services neia last ULIS X UU) UU1HI.JI i w y this week. I Sabbath in...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
GIPPELINS RAID , BiilTISli COAST Drop Incendiary Bcmlis In; FRENCH AIRMEN RAID ENEMY London, April 23 Attacks on tho Dritish cont by Gorman air craft were resumed on tho l'viti-h coast. The war o.Tice stated that three Zeppelins had appeared over Norfolk and had thrown a fe.w incendiary bombs". No details were k'.ionn to the authorities, and only the bare statement that the Zeppelins Ind appeared was anncr.nced by the war oliice. The raid was preceded by a rceonnoissance ahout twelve hours before the appearance of tho Zeppelins, XlY a German aeroplane. The air trait appeared over Dover, in Kent, perhaps a hundred nrles to tie fouMi of the district visited by the Zeppelin. No bombs we re dropped by the aeroplane, but whether this was due to the promptness with which tip? P.ritish anti-air craft guns opened fire on the aeroplane or becar.se it was merely on a reeonnoiterinc; tiip. is not known. About the samo time that French Infantry columns on the west tank of the Meuse rushed forwa...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
NEW HOPE fÄ'jHfcSÄ ÄWÄ J tfSfc . ..5 VV v t.ü,, ..f Mr. and Mr?. William Parvin visited Joseph Campbell and family Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Davis was the guest cf Mrs. Thomas Ammerman Monday. Addie and Alice Davis of Ever ton visited Ruth and Alpha Mullin Friday. Mrs. Mary Jones of Liberty spent Friday niht with Joseph Abernathy and fa mil v. Peter Reisert and family had relatives from Cincinnati for their guests Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miles, Miss Carrie Mullin, Harry Rose and Jennings Dawson spent Sunday with Carrie Witt. George Hutson and family, Omer Ardery and f imily, Herschel and Harold Brown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Brown. Mrs. Roxa McMahan and daughter Estella visited James Mullin and family Monday evening. Mrs. Mary Mullin and daughter Mollie and Oliver Stanton spent Sunday with Will Stanton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dudley and daughters were guests of friends near Bath Sunday. Ruth Mullin was given an Easter post card shoyer Saturday and received a number of...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
OGAL NEWS (Crowded Oat iast Week ) For Sale -Settings of Bronze Turkey eggs at Si 50. Mrs. W. A. Fosdick. (15-2vv) Mrs. Kate Casey, Milton Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. O L. Stivers were in Richmond Tuesday. J. H. Shrader and family, of Kitchel, were here in their auto Saturday on a social and business call. Read E. L. Barnard's new advertisement in this paper. Miss Eleanor Richardson spent Wednesday in College Corner the guest of Harmon Toney and wife. Mis3 Marthabel Shriner entertained twenty of her friends Saturday evening with a theatre party at the Gem, in honor of her jruest, Miss Helen Guilford, of Cincinnati. Miss Mayme Pottenger was home from Akron, O., for a week's vacation spending: three days with Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Maxwell and the latter thrbe with her mother. Dr. Salisbury and granddaughter Jean Hodgson of Dayton are visiting Mrs. Eliza McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beeson, of Connersville were guests of friends in Liberty, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James OToole will entertain ne...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Herald — 27 April 1916
4 II (MaAe a yit 1 : V I V t V S-rcnct: yowj JJ 3 Srt r i f .rf) tijrill:jienp1e yon meet first judge -oti hv tin' clot lies von wear. In business or society. rool raiment is n z'd rcconi in en da turn. Not It inr is so expensive us wearing old clothes or poor clothes. If von are out of n johdress up or vou cun't get one; if vou've got u jxtsition. put on n better "front" if you i nnt better jutv. UWe got the good "front" for vou, nnd QUA1 Ph'ICICS, ns well us our clothes." will tunke n hit" with vou. FRED MAX THE BIG STORE LIBER TY, INDIANA Center Tp. Commencement m. and mi. chas. Ford visitn . , ed Frank Sweikert and family Postponed Sunday. j ' Dr. W. A. Thompson was in rru r 4. m , . Indianapolis Monday. , The Center Township Com- ,T n v r, tI -u Tr.oT,n0y,Qr,f nv. : 1 , Mrs. Carl Barcus, of Hamilton mencement exercises to have visited relatives here Monday, been held May 3, will be post- ,T n w x . . poned and date will be given nlrJ G- VÄ- Robe,r-tson spent i m, . . , feiven M...