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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

V PERSONAL MENTION Atsitt in Mak'ng this Column Complete by Sending in the New CANNING CONTEST For Women in Connection With Men's Corn Growing Contest. j . Mr. Clarence Dugal visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jo. Pearce were the in Rushville, Friday. - guests of friends in Cambridge City, I Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Clint Witt returned, Sunday night, from a visit with her daughter, Mr. Paul Roberta, at Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Kohow Coughlin were J Richmond visitors, Saturday. Boys' two piece suits $3.50 to $10.00 at Bond's. V. F. Hossert spent Tuesday in Cambridge City on business. Mrs. II. G. Wray, of Dayton, came Wednesday for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Irwin. I Paul Showalter and Virgil McCarty attended Institute at Connersville, Saturday. Miss Zella Snvder spent a few days . . l laut week with Mrs. William tiilbert. I tk -..v i .M-niutr com mi nee 01 me r armWall paper, wall paper and wall paper er8' Institute are planning a canning conat Bond's. , test for wnieii in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

WOMEN'S SECTION FIRST INDICATIONS 101! SlMMNfi SIMPLICITY, TKIMXKSS AND VAU I KT V. One Notices a Tendency Toward Slender, Tapering Waists. SKIRTS STILL SHORT AND FULL. New York, March 10. Paris and New York are Loth at the moment, and Lave been fur ever so many weeks back, in the midst of the spring opening hubbub. We are not quite sure as yet whether coats are to be short or three-quarter length, whether sleeves are to be tight or loose, whether .blonde or UP n. McCtl.L. brunette will be the fashion this season. It ia quite safe to predict, however, that the same general linea suggested in the 5 C Ar riiousands of f physician'; and millions A. J of housewives will swear B to that. You've never tasted D such wholesome, tempting, U II appetizing bakings you've A II never enjoyed such uniformly I ü perfect results. Calumet ILk- If ing Powder never fails and it if costs less to use than other kinds, jj Received llih?t Awards II few AVur Ci Bt trtt St Slif Im rmmJ Cum. J&r ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

H THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON Interesting Bible History far Present Day Readers One Notable Convert Was Made, land most lasting results are wen red bv K I . , - . . . , ...... f taking smgie persons anan, clearing i Andrew C. Zenos, in The Continent.) j their minds of misunderstanding and lix- their affections on their aviour if-rnat ional Sunday school lesson for larch 19: Philip and the Ethiopian. ifU 8:-2t-40. Uolden Text, Acta 8:30: !l 'mierstandest thou what thou readl'hilip, like Stephen, was designated one of the seven to whom the task of vaiting on the tables" was committed. lie performance of this task, however. J not preclude his preaching Christ. In tct, both he and Stephen seemed to ave been encouraged by the prominence iven them as the apostles' helpers. The juty of "serving tables" seemed to have ecome unnecessary localise of the aban donment of eommunitv life. Probably this came about as a consequence of the scattering of the disciples after the martyrdom ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 17 March 1916

A. c ,r Copyright Hart Schaffner & Mat Your clothes for Spring arc ready THEY'RE really yours; made for you, bought for you, priced for you; one of the chief thing's this store is for is to render just this service to you. Hart Schaffner & Marx '.. made the clothes; designed the styles; put the sound, reliable, all-wool fabrics and other materials into them; put the fine, careful, hand needlework into them. All we had to do was to pick out the right things; we did. They're here. The prices are low for such clothes. Come in early. - ' FRED M AX THE BIG STORE The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes dwelling by (leoigt Job'. The Method ic bad preaching here as far back as ENTER MEXICO of meeting the loved one again, for J-oire had made hin iieace with ;d an.l the coming of tin fust settlers. Preach- j Carranza Troops Join American Army in ; professed bid faith in the saving gm-,. HISTORIC SKETCHES OF UNION COUNTY By W. N. McMahan. (Continued from l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

j THE ÜBE KEY EXPRESa Volume XIII. LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916 Number 34 LIBERTY uJ MTA CENTENNIAL NEWS Coming Event Discussed by j. 2( sen. " -cutive Committee Met at Home of Af Mrs. Dougherty. On Saturday evening. Mrs. Paulsen, of tin Lincoln Chautauqua system was here and gave an outline of the program that is to be presented this season. The meeting was holtl in the Commercial Club rooms and there were about eighteen present. Mr. Creed, president of the local association, presided, and Mrs. Paulsen discussion of the program and her talk on community welfare proved most interesting. The date for our Chautauqua has not Weil set, but it is expected that it will be some time near the first of August. In regard to the talent, Mrs. Paulsen said that on the first day we would have Booth Laurie, of Jackson, Tenn., who has been doing most successful work in the Chautauqua .lecture line. And the Strang Coleman Company, a musical organization. On the second day we are to have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

1 NEWSpe'CQUNTY I ran I ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY I jjjg TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES . COLLEGE CORNER. HERE AND. THERE. Frank Abrains, accompanied by bis Mr. ami XIra. Charten Dinlloy. anl COTTAGE GROVE. PHILOMATH ' Mrs. Hazel Heard mixl children spent j Saturday ami Sunday in Libert v, tlio eiiest of her parents, Mr. and MiV K( Keiner. 1 Mix Emma Gardner, of ConnerM-illc, in the guest of her mother at the home of Mr. nnl Mrs. Warner Cardner for a few days. brother-in-law, . Themas Kenton, went to Cineiiiiiiiti, last Wednesday, where he underwent an operation from whieli he danhter! spent Thursday with Andrew Dudley and family. Misses Uessie and Alpha SwafTord spent dil.not recover. The funeral services Sunday afternoon with Misses Kuth and were held at Scipio, his old home, Saturday. The young people of the Presbyterian church will have a soeial time at the church, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart entertained a number of their friends to dinner, on Wednesday.. lir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

Ä TAU CHESTER own thoughtlessness. "I'll take It looae." And he slipped the stone In hi waistcoat pocket. Copyright, 1914, by ths Bobbs-Morrill Co. "You're not really," protested Fern. "I am really," retorted Molly, her eyes flashing a trifle more than a mere Jest would seem to warrant. "I must. Fern. I plunged both father and Bert Into this trouble, and Bert seems to think It's up to yours truly Molly to fool Sledge along until they have time to get out of it Besides that, it's a Iiis way lay directly past the Grand Opera House, and he stopped at the ticket window. "Give me a box for tonight." be prunted. "Thanks f grunted Sledge and stuffed the tickets in his pocket. "Don't mention it." returned the treasurer as nonchalantly and walked sort of a game between Sledge and my- I n-k to the manager of the company, self, and I'm not going to have that big j "What kind of a show is this?" asked duffer win it." ' Sledge. "This is too delightful for anything." j "Kotten!" the ticket man in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

The Liberty Express" ESTABLISHED 1903 Official Paper of Union County. iiinl jm on making pa iin-ntM jit aim on the stork which Hyieecl to take. tin Sixty-tliree etiiieernes have iiiitertnken far of 01 n will produce alxmt five ImihIi- thry have constnictive abstinence 'work to deter- el if all the jiraim grow. With corn mine tl firoc-t of drinking uo?i at work- at itv cents a Limltel. ilaiitinr n tl.al Where former are colifrontnl with a elluu-iuy. piojHisitioii of thi character, they honl.l Ten linns prohibit drinking at all lirnt rend the prospering ami the con- time. trat very carefully and make sure that There in no emphasis laid here on the tliey know exaetl.y what tliee mean. - moral aecfc of tlie u-tion not ovfii pecially the contract. If the contract is a reference. Nothing figures except efsii worded that its meaning is not clear lieiehcy. ttig business evidently finds after a careful reading, this in itself that alcohol is a deterrent, that it intershould be reason enough ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

PERSONAL MENTION Atsißt in Mak'ng this Column Complete by Sending in the New Omar Fair lias accepted a osition in tlu Hetclier National Hank, of Indianapolis. Karl Carlo, of Hrownsville, hiisiness visitor licre, Tuesday. Joshua Davis and Herbert Unfiles wer Approximately one egj in two eases Richmond visitors, Wednesday. ft'18 mashed or beeomt-s a leaker on the Mrs. Chester Roberts went to India- J-:" I road trip, lint when .ms are shipped napolis, Thursday, for a visit. 1,1 ,('SH Hmn ear lots, the transit damage The best work shoes money will luu"y m"H Tl" buy, for $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, and " ' ... .n-ii .um nu- ctMisuiiuT, in vestigations show, is certainly not less .Misses iess and Addie Roach enter Mrs. i,. K. Crocker and Mrs. .1. U tamed to dinner, Sunday evening. Mr. Mitchell sjM'iit Tuesday in Connersville. and Mrs. Will Suiter, of Indianapolis, . .Mr. and Mrs. Clcn Calkins and darghHat Frames at Beard's Variety Store., lt.r M:irv Catherine, and Misses Nell I .....i r... Mrs I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

WOMEN'S SECTION SMART FASHION FEATURES WHICH MAKE. FOR ECONOMY. Fascinating Little Touches Used in Remodeling Last Season's Frock. POSSIBILITIES IN SLEEVES. New York, March 23. For those of us who have, as it were, stacks and stacks of passe" frocks to be remodeled, this should prove a banner season. Fashion has been very lenient with our little economies for several seasons past, but this Spring, whether it is the war, with its consequent deprivations to many, which has turned her in this direction, or just because she fancies evolving the odd little conceptions and combinations one sees on every side, certain it is that economy just now is being made very easy and very fascinating. Girdles, Bretelles and Jumpers. Let us suppose for instance, that one has a dark blue serge dress of last season. It may not be worn to any great extent, but nevertheless it needs something to make it look more up to date. We may add a deep skirt yoke and a high girdle, with perhaps a bretelle over each...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Interesting Bible History for Present Day Readers DUCK JUISING IIY 0. K. C'ONKKY. Story of Early Church Inspiring. I truth. On that day, and ever after- There is another branch of tho poultry industry which has never leen fully appreciated. I refer to duck raising, a very profitable occupation. Ducks are easier to manage than chickens, have fewer dUcnHc ami mature more quickly. Hut it taken good .miihc and proper attention to detail to make a mure of the huHiness, Duck are raided chiefly for' meat, but their ej;gs are a valuable food. With ( Ity Andrew ('. Zeno, in The Continent.) International Sunday school lesson for March 2d: Keview The great multi tude. Revelation 7 : 1-1 7. Sölden Text, Hevelation 17: They hall hun ger no more, neither thirt any more, neither hall the nun light on them, nor any heat. For the Lamb which i in the midit of the throne hall feed them, and hall lead them unto living fountain of water; and God fdiall wipe away al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 24 March 1916

f "l'",t:!'V" ' '- ". ' "l,L'""1" 1 4 PPI Iii ip '"itf ci Jtl ?ggäigi This picture "Fisherman's crure risnerman s luck, it s caiteo is me cover of the Hart Schaffner 6c Marx Spring I j Book CoWTLt Uurt Schalluer it Hut was erected on the site of the present tx-hool building, and 'served for this purpose until torn down in lS!7, when a neat four-room building was erected by C. F. Dotithit. trustee. This building was CT replaced in 191.1 by the present handsome graded building built by tJeorge J Maze, township trustee. Grist Mills. Prior to 1814 the people of thi section bal to travel as far north as Klkliorn, near Kichiiioiul. to-got their wheat and corn ground for bread. The first mill in this locality was built in the fall of 1X14 at Iloevcll, now called Yankeetown, by John llagennan, who operated it for some years, when it was sold to William. Bossert. Under his management a carding machine was added by Samuel Larkin and a saw mill and wheel wright shop was built and furnished pow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

3 rrmnr JJ... o H Volume XIII. v A It, IW? O HP i JL '- LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRI PI-PI OF THE TOY SHOP The t. . '-ins, George Conghlin and Virgil MeCany, apteared in the scene Liberty with the China dolls and succeeded ad- jmirably in eliciting the laughs for which CRITERION NOTES The Club Met Saturday Gilmore. With Miss Oscar I March 25, Responses, Successfully Presented by Schools Friday Evening, "Fi-Fi of the Toy Shop." staged here 'clowns always have to do a deal of tumbat the Stanley Theatre on Friday even- '. ling. htg, under the auspices of the Liberty The "jumping jacks," boys of about 8 schools, was one of the most successful ( to 10 years of age, entered with all the and enjoyable home talent entertain-j vim that could be asked into a very v .... k i ..... Ming papers-'Tolitical Status of Worn- ..-.. , w.g,- me taina aoiis .Misses Mildred en in the jk iu, oi rosioria, u., ana tnougn the j rage, Teresa Beard, Virginia Dates, Neltime taken for preparation and re- lie Stahr, Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

iid Miss afternoon on enter- I , 'Sunday. li list, lul Sunhere in In liken- uicrsville, no, Tuetiter and in Con- 'd tin their Minn i J Mary lAl Mr. Zm, Mr. ed Kill, .been accepted as the model of Iii' stales. SHORT CHATS WITH MERCHANTS. ' Misses t.ladvs and Mil,lr...l IMrin-r' Haiti.. Williamson in HUlToiin- from a -tales have hcc. an.m.g the leakers and lern r,n- spent Sundav afternoon severe cum- of appcndi. iti. Dr. Pit-man, personal iinciv.cw " " 1 I 11 il 1....... .t 1 I willi Maliel Stiusoti. of l.ibcrtv. is attending her. iim-umm .- Mr. an.l Mrs. Dm ll. n.trix and dauh- Uev. L. K. Crown, of C onne, -.ville. will ll.at In.liai.a in far ahead .f any Male ter. Tlielina. visited with tl.e foi nier' ' Uive Iii- Mcrcopticon views of tl.e Holy in t !.e Tnion in t Iii wo. k, not .t li-taiul-parents. Mr. an.l Mrs. .!o!,n llcdiiv, Land at tin' Prow nsville M. K. i-lmrrli iiitf Um- faet tl.at it has been compaiaSii.Hlay. jsome time mum. Düte will he annoi.iucd Imly ic.cntly undertaken h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

ATÄL Copyright, 1914, by th Bobb-Merrill Co. FTt kissed her and held her while h talked to her of the social triumph which awaited them, the topic which bad always pleased her most In their plans for the future. After all, they would make a splendidly matched couple. Moreover, she did owe It to her father and Bert to give them another business start. CHAPTER XV. A Larg Surprise For Each of the Girls. SLEDGE began LU deliberate siege upon Molly with the same care and vigor that he would have exercised in conducting a most Important political campaign. On that first evening at the theater he made Molly's wishes, expressed or unexpressed, both a study and a law. A draft blew on her. She had a scarf around her shoulders before she was through with her first slight shiver, and Immediately thereafter Sledge snapped his fingers for an usher and ordered the fire escape doors closed. She looked over the program of entr'acte music and sighed for a missing favorite. "Write It down," directed S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

The Liberty Express ESTABLISHED 1903. OfScial 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. PEHYMER II. M. HUGHES Office In Burt Block, Liberty, Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 154. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Liberty, Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall. One Year 1.25 By Mall, Six Months 65 By Mall, Three Months 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 ch an ged. Friday, March 31, 1!1C. "Claret," "champagne" and "ilrcp of wine" an colors of gowns nowadays. The influence of the cabaret? ! . I... J , I . 1 Do not believe that Villa has Iwen trapped until somebody can show the varmint's pelt to prove it. The most interesting column to the American readers just now is Cen. Pershing's. Colonel Roosevel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

t PERSONAL MENTION Aatitt in Making thit Column CompUtt by Sending in thm Nmwa Mr. and Mr. H. E. Page and daughters spent Sunday with relatives in Oxford. Mrs. William Duvall spent Sunday with relative in College Corner. If its drugs, Richardson, Liberty. Harold Hughes, of Miami, spent the week end with home folks. Mrs. Martha VanAusdall is spending this week with relatives in Indianapolis. Mrs. Karl Wright ami sons are visitin gher mother, near Richmond, this week. Charles Paddock and family were the guests of Lynn Paddock, near Oxford, Sunday. Thomas Decker, of Connersville, was a business visitor here, Tuesday. R. A. Holmes, of Connersville, upent Tuesday in this city on business. Hear the famou9 Suwanee Quartet, Coliseum, April 5. Admission, 3öc and 15c. W. A. Stevens, of Greensburg, was a business visitor here, Monday. Those from here who attended "The Birth of a Nation" in Connersville, Tuesday, were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drapier and daughter, Elizabeth; Mrs. C. E. Hughes, Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

CD WOMEN'S i 7"i a child 2 years oM or over an cgir every ' other day and about (he same amount! (two ounces) of meat, fish, or jtoultry on ! the intervening days. Where meat ia j J. other suitable foods take its place pre-j 1 I iiaror remium Griddle IUBP.OX AS TKIMMIN'O , Many of the maller hats have the OX FIJOt'K AND l5LOl .SK. ribbon crown with high loops ol ribixni j importance. v in n they are not, standing up stiflly nltout it. Stiir little ; coarser cereals should be used. I i ferablv an extra amount of milk und i the kind of cereal served is not of great L,rrs '" th All Widths of Velvet, Taffeta and Faille bows or cockades of ribbon are used to: Favored; Also the Dresden and j trim the sport hats, w hich are legion. Metallic Ribbons in Their Wonderful Colorings. FOR G1KDLKS, 1'AXNIKRS, BODICES AND HANDINGS. New York, March 30. Suivez-moi, jevme homme," gaily invite tlie ribbons floating from the briiu of a dainty French garden hut. And "suivez-nioi," teasiiigly repeat the r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Interesting Bible History for Present Day Readers lems involved, unnecessarily aroused the and mO'ture conditions must be right; antagonism of the milk producer, and ami to Veep a stand, the plants must be in this way have hampered the cause of maintained in good health. The degree clean milk. Dairy inspectors should be of damage which untoward weather confamiliar with farm problems, so that ditions will do dejiends largely on how they can meet the farmers on their own healthy and vigorous the clover plant is. ground and help them with their eco- The conditions most fafiorable to the noniic problems, as well as with the im- growth of the clover plant must, thereprovenient of sanitary conditions. . The fore, le studied and regulated so far as HO BOOBHOBBC R DOnOD BDOBHBBIDSDBBniRa .1 1 I i a i i I - The Rebirth of the Chief Sinner. (Py Andrew 0. Zenos, in The Continent.) Conversion of Paul, Acts !:1-31. Holden Text, I Timothy 1:1: This is a fait...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 31 March 1916

7 WHITE el SEA ISLAND High-laceWhite Canvas Shoes, White Heel and White Sole A NEW SHOE AT A ÖJO rCl SPECIAL PRICE P&.JKJ HOWES SHOE STORE Lackey IBoy SOUND, PURE-BRED STALLION Enrollment No. 6977 LACKEY BOY, No. 1C825, Clydesdale, foaled May 2, 1910; color, brown; will make the season of 1916 at my farm, 6 miles south of Liberty and about 3 miles north of Fairfield. $12.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT It Will Pay You to Look This Horse Over Before Breeding Samuel Hemiry Dr. II. M. Mnllory, a prominent physician licrc from 1811 to 1840, in hi book; "Personal Itrcol lections of Brownsville," um! in Iii personal sketches, says that Ii' never know a continuity that so free fron scandal hiiJ gossip as was Hrownsville and tin Hiiiroundiiij.'- coinmunity during that period and satjs that Ii i It lie lias traveled to every section of the L'nited States and to ninny Joreign parts, hi mind reverted more , en to the time of hin residence in Hrdj isville on "account of the high and nob ch...

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