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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 23. 192Ö Ken Means Quality More than one customer of ours has found this out. Our pleased list of patrons is steadily growing bigger because people are finding out not only that Kerr has the goods, but that the name of Kerr is synonomous with reliability, quality and service. What you get from Kerr you can depend upon. If you want cheap goods at cut prices we don't have them. But if you want goods of trustworthy quality, and of the latest style, at reasonable prices, then here is the place to do your trading. If you trade here a few times, you will get the Kerr habit, to your immense profit. and satisfaction. Let us show you what 1 Kerr-service moans, just as we have shown many, many others. Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated. Kerr's Dry Goods Store "WE HAVE THE GOODS." NE SFROM THE COUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY, TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES BROWNSVILLE Miss Mary llackleman, of Glenwood, is the tfuest of Miss Emilyn Brown this week. Mr. anl...

Publication Title: Liberty Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 ' . " - AJoerhsing Talk No. 2 By the Lihejy Express LIBERTY MERCHANTS HAVE THE GOODS They have merchandise which is on an equal in quality, style and price with the merchandise which floods Union County from Richmond, Hamilton, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and the big Chicago mail order houses. But there is one big difference between the merchants of Liberty and the merchants of the cities and it amounts to all the difference in the world with the people. It is the difference in advertising. Pick up any daily paper, at any time, and what do you see? Advertisements galore. All the business men trying to tell the public what they have to sell, and explaining in detail why it is to the people's advantage to buy from them. And do the people read the advertisements? The answer is to be found in the crowds which are to be seen in the stores that make advertising a habit. Regular, consistent, truthful advertising advertising that contains real news a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA m i Met Content lSTluidDraohrJ 1 m 1'T.t 1 y - fie CSV i - if, - " wmmnm Tf-rTinT.-3rEH CENT- : j similatinucrooa oj j " 3 tinteStoriucisandlkwvüa --V .nTarhriKl neither Oplam.Morpte nor Mineral. No IXAkuu . - t J c Sleep Facsimile Sinatff Children Cry Fop 2 D uu Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of Its own all are agreed. Yet It is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Dither practice is to be shunned. Neither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 23 July 1920

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920 1 MM MM r I LP. n JL V JLJL JLJVIj 1 11 i V V Ü V v K V V V :: s V i H m i . TTV TT HI J II 11 E i Ml BV YOU m m iiiiiiniiiiininuiiiiiiiiinniiiiniiuiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiin 20 D lscount Sale On All Men's and Young Men's Fancy 3-Piece Suits, And All Boys' Suits, Silk Shirts, and Other Items, Now Going On At MAX Hi ' ' - k - v.-.- ...... v. v. s- -; ' A,' -' X' V- 1 . : f i This Is the Scale Of Prices MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S 3-PIECE SUITS $50.00 Suits Now Selling at $39.75 $45.00 Suits Now Selling at $35.75 $40.00 Suits Now Selling at $31.75 $35.00 Suits Now Selling at $27.75 MAX-QUALITY BOYS' CLOTHES $18.00 Suits Now Selling at $14.40 $16.50 Suits Now Selling at $13.20 $15.00 Suits Now Selling at $11.75 $12.00 Suits Now Selling 'at $9.60 Other Items On Sale f Included in this sale is'ixr entire stock of women's and misses rain coats men's silk shirts and straw and Panama hats boys' fast color wash suits sizes to 8 years; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

! HE' LIBI VOLUME XVIII v - - . E RT Y EXPÄ s ERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 Liberty Brass Band Boomed iL. " To Subscribers American Legion Expected to Lend Support Meeting Tuesday Evening A Prospects are in evidence that Liberty may soon have an old-time band a band that will fairly make the air of this peaceful little city hum with harmony, and that will ; attract crowds of people here from jniles around to "hear the music." Martial airs, sentimental airs, jazz music for all occasions willbe furnished if the plans ol the promoters of the project are realized, 'meeting will be held next Tuesday evening, February 15, for organization. The meeting will be held at fhe American Legion rooms, and every man in favor of a band, whether 'a Legioner or an ex-soldier or not, s invited and urged to be present. j The band, if the present plans are carried out, will be fathered by the American Legion, but any capable musician will be eligible to join. . What is wanted is a crack music...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA x r. ngton lutlon Ize of uthor- and i vote lutlon on re- versy mlons r rail- khtsky K) are nmont gainst ays a tOO to Ultles is car ted to 6 ap- co ra il that ! powico on Preslworld ce "to report- I'gn af- he re-I'res-rocla-for a k con- inuary Bns by e War as ln-?ernor lies and les G. let of ierlcan id what Hts to ie peocourse . house Mr. ammer ie said, great a and miles carry- bf $15,- Luse at pate. A re was will be naval ipon In s comthe bill iany in rupared view ls- inmerce und un- house kton by ared to ure at session ien and snuffed kidnapI, were rom ten tentlary. and 19 a bulld- psed dur- d are ex- ks and od by a the Furloss -lay Hie International Time Recorder company at Endicott, N. Y one of the largest concerns of Its kind in the world, announced that Its workers have accepted a 10 per cent reduction, lu wages. a Senator McKay Introduced In the Montana legislature at Helena a memorial urging congress to offer to cancel the British debt to the Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA NATION IN DANGER Farm Abandonment Has Created Most Serious Situation. Food Supply Threatened Through the Drift of the Population to the Cities Now Is Great Opportunity to Take Up Land.The question, "How Is the country to be fed If tlie population continues to drift to the cities?" Is one that should create an limitation that will bring about a reply that will mean a solution. The census, recently completed, reveals a situation truly alarming, one that lins never been known In the United States before. The urban population Is now greater than that of the rural districts by about 4,000,000. Cities and towns, each with more than 2,r00 inhabitants, contain ri4.SlS.032 persons, or 51.4 per cent of the total population, while the farms und smaller towns together claim only 51.S00.739 persons, or 4S.0 per cent of the total. As Is pointed out by an Influential Chicago daily. "the drift to the cities is thus proved and, reduced to figures, showing n top-heavy co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 THE LIBERTY EXPRESS Official Paper of Union County Established 1903 Office in Burt Block, Over Postoffice, Liberty, Indiana. Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Union, Fayette, Wayne and Franklin Counties, Indiana, and Preble and Butler Counties, Ohio By Mail, One Year $1.50 By Mail, Six Months 1.00 To Persons Living Outside These Six Counties By Mail, One Year $2.00 By Mail, Six Months 1.25 All Subscriptions Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES Display Rates on Application. Reading Notices Ordinary type, 5c per line; heavy type, 10c per line; twelve point type, 15c per line. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., 5c per line. Important. Display advertising must be in this office by 5 p. m. Tuesday .to be guaranteed insertion in that week's issue of The Express. Callahan & Cassell, Publishers. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 11, 1921 UN ON COAL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 .), i: 1. ;. a, i I...; Mi! iiH.'l.iiiii:l.liit.ll.il..niMil.l ' lull Lhl,li;.1:ilVlUliUlX- Genuine Champion X Plugs 50c Each Not Over G to a Customer Inland Motor Sales Corporation - CONNERSVILLE, INDIANA I Distributors of Lexington and Cleveland Cars m NEW FROM THE COUNTY u ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY, TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES : - ALONG THE RIVER Jack Booth's spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nickols of Fayette County. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Booth spent one evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sacre and son. Mr. and -Mrs. Stanley Moore spent one day last week at Billingsville. Esther White spent the week end with home folks. Jack Booth's spent one day lasx week with Samuel Henry's. Charles Rybolt spent the week-end with Sam Henry and family and Doris Powers, also. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shepler spent one evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schuster. WEST OF TOWN Paul Connaway and family visited home folks recently on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA S v..'j.f ToCure aCold in One Day Take r Be sure you get' The genuine bears this signature iCidoovfs Wrong P Kei7 30-Day Trestnisnt Guarantee for Kita', BladSsr and Urinary Trcutlss. Cgs-3 Less Than Ssrsn Cents a Cay. If you ruSTer from annoylnj? blad-Jer troubles, frequent passing ' water nigrit and day witii smarting or Irritation, brick dust sediment or highly colored urine, blniitir.s. Irritability with loss of flesh or sallow complexion, kidney trouble in its worst form may be ste.ilinp upon you. 20th CENTURY KIDNEY " TltEATMliNT is entirely different from all others. It .consists of three separate and distinct preparations, each for a certain purpose, sufficient to make a continuous 30-day Treatment, that costs no more than the price of a single visit from your iamily physician. Never mind the failures of the past. Start the treatment to-day. Kidney and Bladder troubles don't wear away. They will grow ipon you slowly, stealthily and with unfallin?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA "After Every Meal fill over the world people use this goody for its benefits, as well as its pleasure. Keeps teeth clean, breath sweet, throat soothed. r ( Ä CHKM! A I IL iL 1 ILinM appet,te 2JkJm and jt" digestion. PARIS ) ..Vk In Stiu- Sc Kept R Sealed Tight tefit The Leather Profiteer. At the Players' club in Gramercy park they were swapping profiteer stories. Butler Glaenzer, a critic and collector, said: . ' "1 recently helped a leather profiteerscall him Peter Sweeney JohnBon to choose a library for his new Fifth avenue house. "Among our lucky finds was a famous old English dictionary. The hook was In bad condition, so we sent It off to be rebound. "Well, when It came back, gorgeously done In green morocco and gold, the leather profiteer flew Into a rage. He pointed to the title 'Johneon's Dictionary,' on the back, and yelled : " 'Why didn't they use the full name Peter Sweeney Johnson's Dictionary?" New York Times. A Littla Cliff Dweller. Four-an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 11 February 1921

T THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAYFEBRUARY 11, 1921 If you are one of the men who has not profited by our sale of high class Suits and Overcoats it's not too late yet come in NOW! Very Special Men's Suits and Overcoats $19.25 $26.25 $36.75 New, Low Prices Boy's Suits and MackinaWs $6.95 $11.50 $13.75 FRED MAX BIG STORE J PERSONAL MENTION AtsUt in Making this Column Complete by Sending in the Newt If its Drugs, Richardson, Liberty. Paul Farley motored to Richmond, Wednesday. Robert Ryan motored to Richmond, Wednesday. We compound all prescriptions, Richardson, Drugs, Liberty. Winter underwear at rock bottom prices at MAX'S. Dorsel's Self Rising Biscuit Flour is guaranteed. Ask your grocer. Walter Bossert spent Wednesday Hear and see the beautiful Sonora, Richardson, Drugs, Liberty. . in Richmond. Miss Darlie Fisher spent Friday in Conhersville. All blankets at one-half price. C. E. Hughes. Mrs. George Maibaugh spent Tues day in Cincinnati. Samuel Retherford spent the week end in Hamilton....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

.'-- TBE. lib: ERTY VOLUME XVIII LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 NUMBER 29 American Legion Band is Organized in This City Twenty-nine Musicians of Talent Signify Their Desire to Join at the Initial Meeting Charles K. Muchmore Leader Practice Planned Thursday Nights v. Twenty-nine members, present and prospective, were . " tentatively organized into the American Legion Band of Jioerty oy my. unaries K. Muchmore, who will act as leader, at the meeting held for those interested in a band xat the American Legion rooms Tuesday evening. At a second meeting set for last evening, it was planned to effect the actual organization of the band, to adopt a constitution and bylaws, to inspect the available supply of instruments, to assign parts and prepare for the first real musical practice next Thursday. Regular practices will be hold on Thiirsrlfiv pvpnfncrc: While the talent seems to afford a ' At Ahe hom of he bride's P- surplus of saxaphones and some of ni-V and lrs' eorge Kiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA Happenings of the World Tersely Told Washington President Wilson passed several hours at the house In Washington where he w ill make his homeNif tec his retirement from office on March 4. It was the President's second visit to the house. Congress at Washington was asked to provide more space for the storing of government funds. Lleuts. J. II. Menken and John C. Woodford, naval flyers, were killed In Cuba, according to a Washington dispatch. - An . amendment to the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill, providing for an increase In the salary of the vice president from $12,000 to $15,000 was passed in the senate at Washington. Secretary Colby at Washington refused to submit to the senateforeign relations committee information regarding negotiations with Japan looking to the framing of a new .treaty. An American navy "at leaU equal to that of any other power" is advocated In a report of the senate naval committee tiled In the senate at Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cored by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Catarrhal Deafness requires constitutional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tuba. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbllntf sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the inflammation can be reduced, your hearing1 mar be destroyed forever. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system, thus reducir.gr the Inflammation and restoring normal conditions. Circulars free. All Drufrsrfsts. I. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Would Hold More. Here's the newest Scotch story: Donald had borrowed three pipefills of tobacco from his fellow-workman, Sandy. Getting a new bag be offered to repay It. "No," said Sundy. "I'll no be taking I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 THE LIBERTY EXPRESS Official Paper of Union County Established 1903 Office in Burt Block, Over Postoffice, Liberty, Indiana. Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Union, Fayette, Wayne and Frank lin Counties, Indiana, and Preble and Butler Counties, Ohio By Mail, One Year $1.50 To Persons Living Outside These Six Counties By Mail, One Year $2.00 All Subscriptions Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES - Display Rates on Application. Reading Notices Ordinary type, 5c per line; heavy type, 10c per line; twelve point type, 15c per line. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, etc., 5c per line. Callahan & Cassell, Publishers. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 MICK1E SAYS NESSIR.'. Vit PRINT TWO VUKi&S OP KiEVMS V4 TUS PAPER.-1 3LMSSL fO hXX W VAOST PEÄ MM Bullae TED. Be tit LOTUS ! John Hoff and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Geis were dinner...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 18, 1921 Cut Out the Middleman We . buy from producers only. We have no agents, cream station buyers or other middlemen. Each cream producer sends hos cream DIRECT to our Creamery. .WE PAY THE SHIPPING COST. Every cent is yours. Your cream and cans are guaranteed against loss by The Tri-State Butter Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO Free Trial Cans gladly furnished for 30 days if you have no cans. CASH CAPITAL, $230,000.00 Our January Weekly Prices Jan. 3, 53c; Jan. 10, 49c; Jan. 17, 50c; Jan. 24, 48c; Jan. 31, 48c. Our Price This Week 46 c February 14th to 21st, incl. WE PAY YOUR SHIPPING COST 50,000 cream producers in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky ship their cream DIRECT to The Tri-State, which has been established since 1910 with assets over a million dollars and now handles MORE CANS OF CREAM PER DAY THAN ANY CREAMERY IN THE WORLD. Your check for every shipment by return mail. NEWSFSCOUNTY v ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY. TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES DUN ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA ÄMDICÄN LEGION (Copy fui 11 im ueparuueni Supplied by the American Leuion New Service.) WELL KNOWN HOME STATE 3 James T. Duane, Commander of Massachusetts Department, Known to Many of His Buddies. w'araes T. Duane, commander of the Massachusetts department of the American Legion, Is perhaps better known to the Legionnaires In his state than any other Legion official. He Is said to have met more than 50,000 former service men and women during the time he was head of the - military division of the Massachusetts state treasury de partment, which had charge of the distribution of the state bonus. When Mr. Duane sailed for France with the Twenty-sixth division, he was a private; when he returned to America after participation In almost every major offensive of the war, he was the captain in command of the company with which he went overseas as a private. He had also served as a battalion commander for a time during the Argonne-Meuse drive. Mr. Duane has been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE EXPRESS, LIBERTY, INDIANA WOMENI USE "DIAMOND DYES" Oyt Old Skirts, Dresses, Waists, Coats, Stockings, Draperies Everything. J2ach package of "Diamond Dyes" contains easy directions for dyeing any article of wool, silk, cotton, linen, or mixed goods. Beware I Poor dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins material by givins.lt a "dyed-look." Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist has Color Card. Adv. Movie Tricks. In some photoplay fire scenes the buildings are actually burned down, and sometimes small models are burned. Usually a convincing Illusion ts created by placing chemical preparations, known as "smoke pots." "In concenled places In the building. Then by staining the film red the illusion Is almost perfect. Movies make It easy for bricks to form themselves Into walls. Here Is how it is done:First a brick wall Is photographed. A man hidden behind the wall pulls down a brick at a time and throws it into n pile in front of the wall. Each time he does It It Is photographed. The film' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 18 February 1921

THE LIBERTY EXPRESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 Every Demand Is Met Easter comes early this year March 2 7th--so it's up to you to make an early selection for your new clothes. There are four things you demand in a suit style fit wear good tailoring We can outfit you for your own satisfaction in Max Made To Measure Clothes where style predominates and good tailoring is an assured fact Long wear is guaranteed by the pure wool materials that are used As for a good "fit" our experience in taking measurements insures a suit that fits to perfection We're ready to prove our statementcome in and be measured Fred Max THE BIG STORE Merchant Tailoring and Furnishings kf Jw. . fall lit w J W. F. Bossert spent Monday in Richmond. Mrs. J. F. Rude spent Tuesday in Richmond. Smith DuBois spent Friday night in OxfordMiss Addie Roach spent Thursday in Hamilton- - Mrs. Clint Bond spent Monday in College Corner. Helen Kain spent Tuesday evening We sell needles for all makes, Mrs. Sam Spahr spent Tuesda...

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