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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

TBE A LIB EßTY EXPRE Volume XIII. LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916 Number 45 THE CENTENNIAL. Event of Next Thursday. Great Attendance Anticipated. CENTENNIAL POINTERS. Following Arrangments Made. Observ ance of Certain Rules Requested. Tin largest gathering ever in Liberty is expected on Thursday of next week, tin State Centennial celebration day for Union enmity. June l.". and great prepa rat ion U being made in the way of proV Illing entertainment. A meeting of til cxecul ive committee was held (in Monday ev ning and a meeting of tin fill ire enmity ( oininit tee is adv.itis.tl for Saturday afternoon at the Library building, which ill Im t lit last meeting of tin entile committee to give final con-idera t i i to some nf tlie details of the tl.il.oi ate plan-, that have been made for tin' chhral ion. Little advance inti niation lias been gixen out in regard to the floats that are to aicar in the pageant, but the large number that have Minified their in tention to take part, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

NEWSftoemCOUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES t CT BILLINGSVILLE. The K. of V. and Odd Fellows observed ! Decoration Day last Sunday afternoon The address was delivered by liev. Vhit- man, of Liberty. ! Tlien will e a strawberry and iee Mr. and Mrs.Yluule Witter and S.abv cn'lUn "WH'r nt t,,c '"'ville l,..rh. daughter, of California, came last Kri-.Sal,m,i,3' n'inS' ' I- Everybody LYONS STATION. .Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lafu.e and M)ii, of Kiclunond, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I'rancis Siimlay with Mr. and Scholl and family. hitter's parents, Mr. and Stin son. M "S. Mon- lÜS iM'llt j t Ii Mrs. Curtis . roe .Messrs. and Mes!anies Samuel Fisher Carl Oldham and May Oldham spent land Karl Doddridge autoed to Milton, ia( ew Coiteord. O., the past we"k. Sunday atteinoon with Icea and .Maliel I'lankenhni ii. came day for an extended visit. . 0 Mioses Mary I'axton and Carrie Sin it h attended the baccalaureate Hervices at Miami, Sunday afternoon. Miss Cert ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

ÜB ff" "MONSIEUR, BEAU CAT RE "THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN" ft HI r 3 ine neaa nan er, nearest tue uoor. Btooil like a barber in a tableau. Hi left hand held stretched between I thumb and forefinger an elastic section of his helpless customer's c heek, j while his riht hand hung . poised aI)ove It. the razor motionless. And j then, roused from trance by the door's closing, he accepted the fact of Sheridan's presence. The barber remembered that there are no circumstances In life or just after it under which a man does not need to be shaved. He stepped forward, profoundly grave. "I be through with this man In the chair one minute, Mist' Sheridan," he said, in a hushed voice. "Yessun." And of a solemn negro youth who stood by, gazing stupidly, "You goin resign?" he demanded in a fierce undertone. "You goin' take Mist' Sheridan's coat?" He sent an angry look, round the shop, and the barbers, taking his meaning, averted their eyes and fell to work, the murmur of suldued 'conversation buzzing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

TT 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. BEHYMEU H. 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 Tear $125 By Mail, Six Months .65 By Mail, Three Months 35 Advertising Rates on application. Local Heading Notices, per line 6c. Black Face Locals, per line 10c. CHANGE OF ADDRESS Always give former address as well as the new one, when ordering paper changed. Friday, -June !, servance has thus early shown itself to Bince in that regard we could outstrip ' F be an assured success. It is steadily ris- any other nation in the world. Iiut not jjj inj and growing in enthusiasm. It is one of the advantages referred to above fjl now the most universal fact in the State. Jean be conferred by protec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

PERSONAL MENTION Aasist in Making this Column Complete by Sending in th News Tlulma perfume is fine, Richardson, drugs, Liberty. Miss IVimett. curator of tlie Art Institute, (''hicngo, ami frit'iiil. Mrs. Kmnia IImIm will viit tin1 lieirloom exhibit J..IH- I.',. n,l 1. tl. house Rnvt of Mr.! L,one Druley. of Richmond, is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Druley. and .Mrs. (J. V. (hapin. If its dri'gs. lücliardson. Liberty. Charles r.rookbank. of Diinlajtsville, lias puivha-ed a Starr grand piano of' Mr. Mashuieycr. Boys Mule hide shoes, sizes 11 to 2. 90c at Howe's Shoe Store. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt (lark and Miss Mi hired (lark spent seural days in UrookviMe last week and attended the Franklin comity celebration of the State Centennial. Miss ( at'neriiie .lorris attended the commencement exercises at Miami University this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ilarrell spent Sunday the -'liest s of 1. ('. Walker and fainily. in Kiishville. MILLERS CREEK BLOCK COAL. W. H. H. CLARK SONS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Interesting Bible History for Present Day Readers like Produces Like in All Life. (I'y Andrew C Zrnos, in The Continent.) Sowing iiinl n';ipiii; (Teniprnuu'P Lt'sson): (ialatians eh. . (JoMen TVxt, (iuhitian t:7: iod is not mocked; for whatsoever :i man soweth, that shall ho also reap. There are certain methods in use toward briniiifj men to practical teniperanee which may secure results for the time heinj;. hut which, because they do not fjo deep enough into tlie roots of evil, fail in the Ion;; run. They are good as alleviatives. lmt do not accomplish a permanent cure. Such for instance is the method of curbing and restraining temperance by legislation. Laws enacted by the state may rentier it difficult, perhaps even impossible, for the intemperate man to indulge his appetite, but they leave the appetite untouched. Help Community to Frown on Intemperance. Another method with intemperance is leading the public conscience to condemn it. It is a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

Department of Agriculture S$5 JVeekly News Letter from Washington, D. 0., in the interest of Better Farming COMMISSIONER'S SALE ESTATE. OF REAL, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH tnorotigii it it not to he a CONTROL ARMY WORM. mere waste of time. In particular the lower not t ions of tlie growth should bo elose- Vieilance is the Farmer's Best Protection , , , t . . ö ,- in mil I ln fiirmiT wlirt orriiiliToa the expenditure of time involved in this Against This Destructive Caterpillar. should remember that no one has been i able to estimate how manv million dol- Thc armv worm has robbed the Amer- j . f , f 'lars worth of cram and forasre crops have gone down the throats of the armv lean farmer persistently in the past and there is every reason to exect that it will continue to rob him in the future. I'nremitting vigilance in the spring and early summer is his best protection, for it is characteristic of the worm to gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 9 June 1916

ft CONVENTION HERE Copyrigh f Hart Schaff aer It Mara SEE MAX'S "CENTENNIAL TROOPER' " Hot weather " clothes that fit. YOU'LL not have to go far to find cool sumrpcr suits; you see them most anywhere. If it was just coolness you were after, a nice white sheet would do. You want style and fit in addition to cool comfort; that's another way of saying you want Dixie Weaves, Cool Cloths and Genuine Palm Beaches; they're light, breezy, made up into stylish, perfectly fitting suits. The ideal "hot weather" suit. Get one for "Centennial Day." $6.00 and Up. FRED i MAX "The Home of Hart Schaffner C& Marx Clothes." PREPAREDNESS. Notre Dame One of Schools Giving Military Training. Tlie Sunday Visitor (Catholic) published at Huntington, gives .some interesting information in rcjjard to military training given the tiuN-iit of Notru Dame, one of the noted ( atholic educational iiiHt itnt ions. We have been requeued to publish the following from a recent issue, of the Visitor: "Catholi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

r LIKE TT Tn rmvT Volume XIV. LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917 Number 24 MRS. DAISY BARR REVIVAL PROGRAM. And Cotp- of Workert Conducting Interest tr.jr ii-I gius Campaign for Community. " - The I'.. m evangelistic campaign, under tin- h-adciiiip of Daisy Douglas Barr ami It.-1- three assistant in Liberty, has ;;iinci jjrcat moment 1 1 in during the past week aixl a half. Several weeks ago a i'iiiiimkmi iicstiou on tin street ii", '( an a woman preach?" Mrs. Harr lias aiivcicd tliat pic-t ion to t In satisfaction or i'eiiiii- who has been fortunate enough to Inar her in the stirring sermons and addresses eaeli night at tin Methodi-t .Inn Ii. She is a preacher of r. n extraonlinaiy typ with a gift and talent that is rare. an. I all thin backed up by her broad experience und travel gives lier a great outlook on the real piohlciiM of lif. Her gospel lit extremely practical and appealing to everyone. One of the eye-openers of tho campaign ho far a the great men's meeting la-t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

HEWS Fr COUNTY ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY ! TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES Noah I'rovvn 11 in Kiehmond.'iT day. Mary llei-eit .ent Monday willi Curie Witt. .Mr. mid Mrs. Cabins Snoudeti' lohn Suowdeii an. I family. NuikI.iv 1 1 Ir. ai 111 Mr, -losi pli M;.' called nit souls," mid who have been closely asso- MOUNT PLEASANT. EILLINGSVILLE. Sunday -ei ! nel Sunday at 1:00 j oYlmk. There "ill ! in-caching services in tin evening iit 1 1 . i . , .1.., . I 11 1 HCl t .11 U' I 1 week with Mr. and Mr. Xoali Iii own. Mr. at nl Mrs. W. V. Ardery ami David S-lni.-tor ami family lnt Sunday with . lark Ürookl. iiik and family. Mr. Henry Doak is iiting friends at I.ilirrty, Jinl. Mrs. M.l. llammitt and little daughters returned 1 their Iioiuc, Sund.iy, after a two wi'tks' vUit with friends and relatixis liiic. ( lark-. I'.M.ukl.uik ami family, Harry Aht-riiatliy and family and Charles Ardery and family called on Mr. and Mrs. KlUwi.rth Ardery, Saturday evening. LYONSVILLE Miss Mary Simpson, of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

The Township Trustee's ANNUAL REPORT To the Advisory Board. Liberty Township, Union County, Indiana. John Husted, Twp. Trustee. Township Truster's Annual Report to Advisory B ard of Liberty Township, Union County, lmtiiinn. showing Receipts, Disbursement ami Balances of all Township Revenues, for the year ending December 31st. P.M6: FUNDS RECEIVED. TOW NSHIP FUND. Amt. brought forward Juno distribution 1 e. distribution Total Receipts ROAD FUND. Amt. bronchi forward June distribution June A. 1.11. Road tax I ec. distribution Total Receipts SPECIAL SCHOOL A tiit. brought forward .... June distribution Dee. ili.strihutioii I-. P. Montgomery, mixing cement.. F. I". Montgomeiy. gravel J. M. Talbott. work at No. 4 Geo. CJ., Hubbell, road supervisor".. Samuel Corington. road Supervision, -o. 4 '. Ü. H. Goble Ptg. Co., Home, and School Visitor Charlie Smith, work at No. 2 . . Charlie Smith, hauling coal Frank C. Bond, labor on road Krank C. Bond, gravel . J. 1. Adams & Co., cul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

Tl T .1 T m 1 iii.irkd the closing months of 1P15. Such i IlC LilUCl'iy Li'XpreSS (icnnjniiinj, speculation in the war inF.TAGLi3HEü 1SC3. idu-trials as tluit which collapsed in DeOiiicial Paper of Union County. : einher is not hkeiy t be soon np.-atcd. PUBLISHED LVtRY FRIDAY IN THE i ,,s ,M''" nw "'very from INTEREST CF UNION COUNTY IN the recent break, there is little expectaGENERAL AND THE TOWN OF 'Jon of foi mT high pri--s heilig mioii LIDERTY IN PARTICULAR. ilttaii:e.l. Pea.e or no peace, war ConTHE EXPRESS PRINTING CO. ; tliUt for 1,,e lV,tt',, s,at'" n' "'r" K. U bKIirUBlt II. M. HUGHES jmanontly on the wane. The first check ufllce In Huit FJ)ok. Liberty, Indiana. ; upon loreigu war ortlers was tue warnLiberty Telephone No. 154. j in" of the Federal Reserve Board against . i Eni rod as K.cond CIhss Matter at the British treasury notes. Next came the fust UÜioe at Liberty. Indiana. j ability of C.ieat Britain to manufacture p . . i ? i an innm-nsc increase in ner own n i- SUDS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

PERSONAL MENTION At tint in Making this Column Complete by Sending in the News AUTOMOBILE NOTES. THE HOME TOWN : 1'iolccting the Eyes.-Kvcry anto.no-i bib- rider has experienced the dlcomf..it of dut in the eyes, ami also 1,om (I'y Xela Darling.) I due ere lit. You must know tlie weights Hie average Western town depends and freight rates to make a true esti- otice .1 r a . C ...II A iHTMtlOIl ... .... i 0 lum """ 7 rts!,'lM)I' t"e agricultural resources of the mate of costs. You must be a good H has been made that' these 't,ün,,ü ;conntry h, its immediate vicinity for its j judge of all sorts of merchandise to be ; Ü J ,1,,:,.v Ul' '' tly alleviated by app k.suppo.t. jt i but little more than a j able to make dependable comparisons Ir. and Mrs. 1. A. Little are the ! . U'' wil aK,,'K PTf tl.ediit 1 !"Hl tr"din8 0'"lt- U ha jobbing j of quality. "The proof of the pudding t of Mr. and Mrs. Kinl,v K.-ll. i.. .4,1,,l,.,,,,,' Wl" ,! " v! ' , aNo it ! ,0.,WoH' 1,0 ' turing with which to j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

I!ii:!lli!!ll!:iiiilii!;!!l!l!ll!!ii!llll!l!llllllll!llllllllillll!llllltlllllllllllllllllllllllll Department of Agriculture JVeekly News Letter from Washington, D. C, in the Interest xf Better Farming ?ni:i!:ii!i;iii!!:!!i:;;!:;;!iiii!!i!iiin POTATO DISEASES. Show Tendency to Spread in Various Parts of the Country Seed-Plot Method of Control. Potato dicac. wliich are showing a tendency to become established or to jiiead in various parts of the country, an heft be coat rolled in niot caes tluonyli tin adoption by tanners of the ccd-bcd method of control, according to Dr. If. A. KtUoii, tnukcion disease specialist of tin U. S. Department of Agriculture. In ilicusiiijj tlio potato-disease situation and possible control ineasmcH in a recent address. Dr. Kdson said: "A di-ea-c of the potato which is making its appearance in several sections of the country is the one designated by Orton aa streak. The cause of this disease is unknown. It is characterized by the appearance of angular spot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

The Final . We e k of the MAMMOTH o J " jm I "ft Of the Bond's Department Store, Liberty, Indiana, promises to surpass that of any other sale. Make arrangements to attend at once AS THE SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 One more week of Price Cutting One more week of Special Sales One more week of Extraordinary Bargains MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's G5c grade Fleeced and Ribbed Underwear, now 53 Mens .1.23 grade Fleeced and Ribbed Union Suits, nowr OS One lot. Men's Wool Undershirts and Drawers, 79 1.-" grade, now H Men's l..r0 Dress Shirts, now 1.19 Men's -f 1.00 and fl.25 Dress Shirts, now. -89 Men's f0c Dress Shirts, now 13d Men's Sweater Coats, $.3.00 to $3.50 grade, now s $2.79 Men's Sweater Coats, $2.50 grade 1.89 Men's 10c red handkerchiefs 5 H Men's $2.50 fine hats $1.59 Ej Men's COc Work Shirts 48 Men's 2.")e black and fancy hosiery 19 SjM-cial reductions in caps, gloves, sweaters j and all men's furnishings. j ODD TROUSERS 50e Boys' Knicker Trousers 42 Es 75e and 85c Hoys' Knicke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 12 January 1917

V tthi cae'fc af f or Clearance - to muss Sale M EE i n ' i ' -' '"r-'- - 1 Ci-pyriM Ilaxt SVluflder & Mars You can increase the value of your dollars If you could go over to the bank now and get a 10 gold piece for $8.50, what percentage of increase would your 8.50 earn? Figure it out. You can come in here now and get as standard and definite a value as your $10 Gold Piece in a t .-'A. y.-.:t Hart Schaffner or XTRAGOOD M HTir man s stnf && A or overcoat boy's suit or overcoat 's V', i i ' 4 p. I 5- ... B '". and the percentage of increase on the money you spend will be greater than $10 gold pieces at $8.50. The point of it all is in the value you get for your money. Once be sure of that and you can figure it out for yourself. And you know what Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are; all-wool fabrics, the most thorough tailoring, the best style. The real -intrinsic value. feln.Ö?cm;.the. lowen price increases the value you get Come in today...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

TB E lib: H R Volume XIV. LIBERTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, ANUARY 19, 1917. Number 25 HOUSE BURNED FOR HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Sim - Pheanis Loss, Tuesday. Suffered Palatial Country Home of Mrs. Geo. i Smith and Mr. and Mrs. David Esteb Offered to Wayne County. Tho palatial country" home of Mrs. EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN Meetings Continue with Great Interest. Many Added to Church. The house on the corner of Sycamore j ami Spring streets, the home of Mr. ami Mrx. Sim Pheanis. caught lire on Tuea-j t Jeorge Smith, which in north of Lilwrty (lav, shortly after noon and was almost totally detro el. Most of their-household gooils were In spite of the severe weather of the past week, tho Barr union evangelistic meeting1 held in the Methodist Cliurch ami oil the Richmond atul Liberty pike, ihn vr hatl a phenomenal growth and the ami which it is estimated cost $20,H0 j interest lias come fo he intense. The to erect, will probably become the Wayne ! great sermons delivered by Mrs. Barr each night are beg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

NEWS COUNTY a ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM NEAR-BY TOWNS AND FARMING COMMUNITIES j Mrs. Clara M. (In to her home in Li'x I witli Mrs. .lohn I 'II t has returned I v . Miss Viola wer1 Sunday l!i -n- t Moore L. .1. Ct.llv La fuze guests and fain. in sulTerii after st iiyniii ; Lyons and Mia. Virgil a Revere MOUNT PLEASANT. I'. M. Wcsthalcr gave an interesting talk at tlii place, Sunday. Mis tlieme Win 'EHiciciicy." Because of tlie indem11 1 weather tlie congregation was not as large as usual. Mr. ami Mrs. II-n Richardson and faiuilv, of Favette eniuitv, were the guests of Mr. anl Mm. Clarence Sacre, Sunday. Karl Hubert was in Connersville, .Saturday. Y. W. and Lizzie Nickels were in Liberty, Tuesday. Levi Wilson made a buincss trip to Connersville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ozro Chance were sleighing, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ozro Chance were in Connersville, Saturday. Rev. F. M. Westhafer, pastor of the Mt. Pleasant church; Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Vernon, of Brownsville, and Mack Wilson and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

HA WORTH, YALE, '98, EMIGRANT fnllMMY WHITFIELD, Yale, '08, quar-dav iv-ii trr-b.ick of tlie 'Varsity team, knelt ken i a howling wilderness, his head under ing a M. red-painted reaper, axle-grease ch ui to his elbows, (neat packing-cases leaned drunkeiily over the unpacked ma (l!v Marguerite Tracy in Ncribncr.) and not hear an English word spo- j him a moment, for Ilaworth was carrying wines and petroleum and educational ex-1 that she had not come. The next day it 'off an empty case as big as himself as;hibits lie gae information with a light J was the same, except that he learned, 'cheerfully and unassumingly as if he had heartland an eay mind, and if he did not that she had sent word that she was ill. I done nothing else all his life. Then Jim j know he never let anyone guess it, butilfe hunted up Jimmy and found that he i went back to his own work, reflecting sent them as far away as possible so that J had gone out to Vincennes. After half that as there was only one Ilaworth inj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberty Express — 19 January 1917

The Liberty Express1 chinery ami the like. What the. net ' gs;; losses would Ih1 to our export trade, - I world gives is a most p-i.si mist ic iew," .and we desire to go on record as having! ESTABLISHED 1903. an abiding faith that what are the boat therefore, it is impossible to etiiimte, ' Official Paper Ol Union UOUniy. traits in humanity will eventually have PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IN THE j dominance. INTEREST OF UNION COUNTY IN j .nv unfair appeal to part i-anli i audi" -JENERAL AND the town of prejudice is of course always to be couI tRERTY IN PARTICULAR. !' "' .. F. I BEHTMER H. M. HUGHES Office In Burt Block. Liberty, Indiana. Liberty Telephone No. 184. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Liberty. Indiana. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall. One Tear U-W By Mail. Six Months f By MalL Three Months a Advertising Rate on application. Local Reading Notices, per line 6c Black Face Locals, per line 10c CHANGE OF ADDRESS Always give former address as well as the new one, whe...

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