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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

Vol. 1 SHATTUCK. OKLAHOMA, Fhl'RSDAY. JULY, 24. 1!)24 No. "T Dies Suddenly M.~ H. Nash, a residedt of Shattuck for a number of yeais died very suddenly at his home Friday e v e ning. (Grandpa Nash was loved by all who knew l.im. He leaves to mourn his de- voted wife, two sons, Chas. and Cecil and four grand cchildren besides other rol itives. and a host of friends.. 'lhe sympathy of t he town'and community goes out to the sorrowing ones in this theip darkest hour. Funeral ser- vices were conducted Sunday at I?*30 p. m. from the Baptist church bf Rev. A. A. Butler. The body was laid to rest in thh I. O. 0. F. cemetery* ♦WWtWWtt**'! ♦ 'I' ***** Local Lore X About Those You Know ;; ♦ - «* R*ft Sheets, visited home folks at Fargo Sunday. Al Perrin, of Gage, was a Shat- tuck visitor Monday. W. 0. Benger, of Arnett, was a visitor in Shattuck luesday. T. S. Bunting, made a business trip to Pampa, Texas, Saturday. Perry J. Morris, made a busi- ness trip to Woodward Fiidaj . Mrs. Grace Lille...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

i ' F'V. .1*1 fOOR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THIJRSUA'Y, .JULY 24. 1924 % r Order a Chicken for Dinner Why not order a chicken for a Sunday dinner it will be a treat to the family. e We have a fine line of Steak, Pork, Cheese and Cold Meats. Highest prices paid for Produce. Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. A -J rr --a Cakes You'll Like They are' made just like you would make them at home—the same flour, the same high grade ingredients and prepared and baked under the most sanitary con- ditions. Try one today and then you will know how good they are. We have on hand at all times Buns, B/ead and dif - ferent kinds of cookies. Jo save cooking during the five days.of the Chautauqua come here for your Cakes, Bread, Buns and Cookies. HOME BAKERY R. L. Miller, Prop. Follett, Texas The Best Ice Cream Ice cream to deserve the caption "best" must meet many requirmeots. It must be made from pure engredients—you wili find the best here. A Don't forget dear folks to drop in during ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

Darrouzett Digest Vol. l DARROUZETT TEXAS, Check Artist Raises Check. • Monday a man giving the name of C. H. Shaw passed a check which he had raised from $9.0<> to $96 00. He had been working in the harvest for Richie Mitchell who had paid him off. . He came to Tyrone and i i order to get by, told Mr. Speakman that Mr. Mitchell had advanced him money with which io buy a car. Mr. Speakman thinking everything was regular cashed the check. After some t lought he decided to^ investi- gate the* matter and found that the check had been raised. vSearch was immediately started for the man but no trace could be found of him. The descrip tion as given by Mr. Speakman is as follows: About 50. years old and weighing about 145 pounds. He is about 5ft. 8in. tall, red fac*\ smooth shaven, small eyes and a very pointed no*e. He had a thin face, false teeth and was dressed in blue bfb overalls. He carries ^ small bundle of clothes and wears a black hat. He also had an un- usually large rim st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

SIX LIPSCOMB MME LIGHT AND FOKLETT TIMES, lHURSDAY, JUl.Y, 24, 1 '124. AA A A TTTy jXLA. tjCg «xi WW T aA W tfb it. Tf W & & W ■1 ir ft' I in J. E. AUBREY J. E. Aubrey, a specialist in county community organization,' lectures at our Chautauqua on the last afternoon on the subject, "The One Mile Town." SCOTCH ENTERTAINER. • o AT TEXAS commencing - i ite * £ t' I £ • W If St '1 Baldy Strang, the Scotch entertain- er who will come to our Chautauqua the fourth afternoonn, is a regular riot of fun. He tells dialect storien delightfully, sings tenor solos, and plays a bagpipe like the Scotchman he is. His Harry Lauder impersona- tions, and characterizations of types other than Scotch are a scream. .ji f •Vr ■ <5M§> AND ENDS ON SUNDAY AUG 3 i&itL TV ■tut. W vv 5r?H w USm , Season Tickets now on Sale at Business Houses Adults $2.50 Children ' $1.25 hurry for Tickets are going Like Hot Cakes SCENE FROM THE COMEDY SUCCESS, "THE BUBBLE" m The pjot of this famous Broadway succ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

I: ■ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND KOLLKTT TIMES, lHUKSOAY, JULY 24 1924 SEVEN T Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now 1 Mrs. James Williams, of Cana- dian. and daughter and little neice stopped in the Rusv Town for a few moments on their way home from Oklanoma City where they had been on a few weeks ! visit among relative?. They dp- parted for Canadian about eieht | o'Clockln the best of spirits over — the B Highway. ! r More trucks started to hau' I Sunday evening from the wheat Monday morning. southwest of here. farm 5 Mrs. Hat tit (ioodwin has been on the sick list for the past week. Miss Amelia Kinzelt was a Follett trader and visitor Mon- day afternoon. • Alex Laubhan and family went to Darrouzett Friday afternoon to take in the picnic. Milton Schwope living ncrth- eist of here was seen driving a new Ford car Saturday. Notice —No hunting or fishing" on the.T. Kelly rnnch "Can" CHIEF JUSTICE C. M Kelly. 34 i CUR ETON, now serving first Tr, ,, . . , term, is asking re-el...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 24 July 1924

FIGHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY, J4 1924 S t. CROSS President. OlIS BROWN M. W. BROYLES Cashier Vice President ' "t'7 Farmers National Bank Follett, Texas. A Home Bank for Home People By Home People __ We Appreciate Your Business I F. Cross DIREC7 ORS W. J. Hcnnigh M. IT . Broylts Frank brazier Otis Brown Six Day EXCURSION TO JOYLAND AND ENTERTAINMENT TOWN ABO cJiie AnsWer-^ S' for the CHAUTAUQUA at the live town of FOLLETT. I Make ready now so that you can enjoy yourself from JULY 30 to1 AUG. 3rd. You owe it to the j entire family. The business jopen their doors for you on these Iglorious days oi' wholsome enter- tainment. Sfl COME TO FOL- ; LET as nothing will be spared to ! make you stay pleasant. Logan Pick Ups. 21- m I Do Your Need a Canvas—Order How If you need Canvases for either Binder or Header come here and have them ordeied. Do your repair- ing now. FRANK FRAZIR FOLLETT, TEXAS v.* : f*. J. Harvest Here Come in and let us fill your harvest order...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

2 O CP jy AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY TEXAS, r.fUR^DW, JULY, 31 1924. Vol. 12, No. 38 • Offici.il Paper ol Upscortih County, lexus—I)evoted to the I tit e rest ot I-OHet t nml l.inscomb County. 5' LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF THE MISSOURIANS—WONDERFUL MUSICAL ORGANIZATION AT CHAUTAUQUA. Turned in ! y Our Regular Correspondent.^ HERE AND THERE About People You Know. Pithy Points- - Paragraph- ed to Please You. r LIPSCOMB, TEX . July 28- •E. C. Gray of Higgins, who is in the race for Representative of this Representative district is running far ahead of his opponent Mr. Walkefr, of Dalhart, so we are informed, while at last report all of the voting precincts had not been heard from but Mr. Greys showing js sufficient to make him safe for the nomina- tion We regreted to hear of the death of Alfred Deckman, which occurred at Chicago, a few days ago. The parents of the bfty live at Higgins and it was in the Hig- gins Cemetery that the body was laid to rest on Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 31 , 1924 v if m. fry. LIPSCOMB LIHE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone 1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 .Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies 5c C. A. SKAGGS. Publisher. (n order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisement* It will be necea- rary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. <*ubliah«d on Thursday Morning of Baca Week ber election, PERCY J. GHEEN. Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. Announc^nents FOR ASSESSOR. Subject to the wishes of the people; at the, election in No- vember, I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of Assessor in Lipscomb County. W. F. PEUGH I wish to announce my candi- dacy for the office of County Assessor for Lipscomb County, subject to the will of the voters at the November election. FRANK EWING Sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

Vol. 1 SHATTUCK. OKLAHOMA, ThURSDAY, JULY, 31, 1924 No: as A Surprfse Last Friday night a crowd of at least 200 went to the home of Zerio Tiuax and gave them a surprise. Mr. Truax is having a sale and is moving to Beaver County. An orchestra composed of eight pieces rendered entertaining music throughout the evening, an abundance of ice cream and cake was served and at a late hour the friends and neighbors departed, expressing their regret at losing this estimable family from among them. Nice Time The Order of Rainbow met last Friday night, it being the regu- lar meeting. The initiatory work was exemplified in a very satis- factory manner. The girls are to be congratulated in their work. A good crowd of Masons and Eastern Stars were present. Light refreshments were served and all expressed their apprecia- tion of the beautiful work. Honored Guest Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bradbury had as their guests Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Little, of Woodward, and thei house guests, Miss Marg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

POUR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924 7 V mkj- Order a Chicken for Dinner Why not order a chicken for a Sunday dinner it will be a treat to the family^ We have a fine line of Steak, Pork, Cheese and Cold Meats. Highest prices paid for Produce. Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. r ? ' rr tt ,: Cakes You'll Like They are made just like you would make them at home—the sam&Jpur. the same high grade ingredients and prepared ana baked under the most sanitary con- ditions. Try one today and then you will know how good they are. We have on hand at all times Buns, Bread and dif- ferent kinds 01 cookies. To save cooking during the five days of the Chautauqua come here for your Cakes, Bread, Buns and Cookies. HOME BAKERY R. L. Miller, Prop. Follett, Texas it £ k GSS gjin| ' - • u,;,-:- ' •< * r EHfp , The Best Ice Cream ^ .. Ice cream to deserve the caption "b&t" must meet many requirments. It must be made from pure engredients—you will fi&d the best...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

Digest Vol. l DARROUZETT TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924 No * + •v •r * + + + Local Notes ♦ Short and Snappy Miss Bertha Badder returned from Follelt Saturday where she has been visiting friends. Harvest has at last drawn to a close and the farmers are breath- ing a glad sigh of relief. W. L. Allen, after harvesting his wheat returned to Perryton, to see after his broom corn crop. Jim Shear, of Shear Produce Co., was in from Perryton, Mon- day looking .after business mat- ters. Bom—To Mr. ahd Mrs. Lewis Gets Sunday, a fin^ baby boy. Mother and babe are doing nicely. Harry Giddings and family came Monday from Englewood, Kan., to visit a few days with friends. I*V> £ John Beck, of Okla3 was in town day and visitiiig and Mart. near Sunset, trading Mon- his sons, Roy Mrs. G. E. Legg departed Sun- day for Beaver, Okla., where she will take the teacher's ex- amination. It's Your Chum "The home paper is your chum, your pal and your intimate friend; the city daily is your casual ac- quain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY, 51, 1924. ; •• • Old Information Is Misinformation V The World changes. Old governments are passing; new governments, territories and parties are in the forming. The discoveries and inventions of to-day are superseded by the achk vements oi to-morrow. The old-fashioned, bound, stitched and glued encyclopaedia served its purpose in a past generation. A new age demands a new Encyclopaedia—a reference work that can Keep pace step by step, with the New World. Nelson's Loose-Leaf Encyclopaedia, with its natented loose-leaf binding device, is the only En- cyclopaedia that can discard the old and out-of-date and substitute the new and living in its place. IT IS THE ONLY PRACTICAL PLAN FOR RELIABLE INFORMATION. ir a j^TELSON'S Perpetual Loose-Leaf ENCYCLOPEADIA And Research Bureau fof Special information A few of the many reasons wi;y you should own Nelson's It covers the whole field of knowledge—Over a million topics—from the dawn ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY Jl'LY ;i , tij24 SEVEN r- — r* Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now iS. "Slim" Gains \Vas a Busy Town doing a iittje irading before trader in from north of here ''hitting the .home trail." Saturday. ('has. Bourquin une qf Lips- Zeke Kilgore was a toilet t comb County* prosperous visitor in from southeast of heie farmers was in Friday morning Saturday afte.: oon. 1 ,'tLn,, , ♦ f with a load of wheat from A. A. Puckett was a Busy ranch northwest of here. Town visitor from Shattuck, After Every Meal It's the longest-lasting confection you can buy —and it's a help to di- gestion and a cleanser tot* the mouth and teeth. Wriglcy's means benefit as w ell as pleasure. the Okla., Friday morning. Ike Stevenson was a Saturday afternoon sightseer from near Darrouzett for a short time. Ed. Schneider and X. B. Fry were among tho<e in from the farm west of here Friday after- noon trading and shaking hands with theiT many friends. ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 July 1924

IGHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY, 31 1924 <u rr S f. CROSS 0118 BROWN M. W. BRoYLES President. Cashier Vice P/\ stilt at Farmers National Bank Follett, Texas. A Home Bank for Home People By Home People We Appreciate Your Business Six Day EXCURSION TO JOYLAND AND ENTERTAINMENT TOWN Ife ABO . DIREC'7 OllS S, A Cross M . J. Hennigh M. If'. Broyles 4 Frank Crazier Otis Brown for the CHAUTAUQUA at ihe live town of FOLLETT. Make ready now so that you can enjoy yourself from JULY 30 to AUG. 3rd. You owe it to ihe entire family. The business open their doors for you on these >lorious days oL' wholsome enter- tainment. SO COME TO FOL- LET as nothing will be spared to make you stay pleasant. Do Your Need a Canvas—Order Now If you need Canvases for either Binder or Header come here and have them ordeied. Do your repair- ing now. FRANK FRAZIR FOLLETT, TEXAS Set a Good Table Three Times a Day v Give your family plenty of good wholesome food for every meal. It is no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

iP8 Jr M i . dOi. M AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, MURSDAW AUG.. 7 1924 Vol. 12, No. 39 Official I'aper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest ol h'ollett and Lioscomb County LIPSCOMB III BRIEF Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. ' HERE AND THERE About People You Know. I'ithy Points- -Paragraph- ed to Please You. Copies Wireless Signals Automatically LIPSCOMB, TEX.. Aug. 4- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shutterly and daughter, Vera, arrived in Lipscomb on Monday to visit for weeks with friends. They, state tbeif intentions of leaving for their home at Wichita, Kan., on Tuesday morning. Among those who attended the Chautauqua at Follett on Friday afternoon were Mrs. Mehlop, Mrs. Shutterly, Miss Osborne, Mrs. Shahan, Mrs. J. A. Black and Mrs. McClure. e i mm A f.w-s NEAR-BY GOSSIP A Few Collected From CXir Exchanges. LATEST AND BEST Brief Paragraphs That VViil Interest You —- Short • and to the Point. An automatic radio recorder that can co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

V TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY AUG. 7,. 1924 ■r I | - r * p# - r jg . i ' i- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone 1-60 Fourth Zone . 1.75 Fifth Zone.. 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies 5c C. A. SKAQQS. Publisher. guarantee the publication rtisementa It will be necea- *>ary to send either draft, check or money In order to of foreign advertisement order with copy. Published on Thursday Homing o! Baca Week Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. ber election. PERCY J. GHEEN. r Newspaper Association Member No 7060 The only way to have good roads is to get busy and make them like Lipscomb County is doing for which we are proud of them. Keep the good work going. Announcements FOR ASSESSOR. Subject to the wishes of the people, at the, election in No- vember, I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

Vol. 1 SHATTUCK. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. AUG.; 7,. 1924 ~~&o.4i6 Obituary ✓ Marie Katharire Elizabeth, nee Widiger, was born July 9th, 1875, in Russia. She was bap- tised and confirmed in the Lutheran faith while still in her t^ens. On April 30th, 1895, she was united in Holy Wedlock with Mr. S. EchtenlritZc Eleven chil- dren there were from this union eight of whom preceded the. mother in death. In 1905 she and her family came to America and settled on a farm near Shat- luck, Okla. Five years later she came <to the farm northeast of Foilett, where she spent the rest of her days. ^ During ths last of April the de- ceased was suddenly taken sick with cancer, and submitted to an operation at St. Joseph, Mo., on May 2nd. The operation seemed successful at first and she return- ed to her home, hoping to regain her strength. However, the Lord willed otherwise. During June her condition became worse and soon all medical aid was in vain.' Gradually she became weaker in the body, but her...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

W FOUR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AMD FOLLETT F1MES, THURSDAY, AUG. 7. 1924 Order a Chicken for Dinner Why not order a chicken for a Sunday dinner it will be a treat to the family. We have a fine line of Steak, Pork, Cheese and Cold Meats. Highest prices paid for Produce. r Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. rr % Cakes You'll Like They are made just like you would make them at home—the same flour, the same high grade ingredients and prepared and baked under the most sanitary con- ditions. Try one today and then you will knotf how good they are. We have on hand at all times Buns, Bread and dif- ferent kinds of cookies^ To save cooking during the hot days this summer' come here for your Cakes, Bread,/Buns and Cookies. HOME BAKERY R. L. Miller, Prop. Follett, Texas i I # The Best Ice Cream Ice cream to deserve the caption "best" must meet many requirments. It must be made from pure engredients—you wili find the best here. Don't forget dear folks to drop in during your stay in the B«f SMI and g...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

r| Vol. 1 DAIiROUZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY, ,\i <7, . i<)2± No. 4 'j I lennigh---Daily Albert Daily and Miss Emma Hennigh, near Sunset, Okla., were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Friday. Mr. Daily is the son of Mrs. Minnie Daily. Mrs. Daily is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hennigh. The Digest joins their many friends in wishing, them a happy wedded life. Pleasing the Public Miss Lula Renfrow, of Sunset, Okla., W. L. Allei^and A. H Lash are looking after the post office, Drug Store and fountain during Mi. and Mrs. Becks ab- sence. The public is well pleas- ed wUh their service. [appened with Serious Accident Herman Botman Jr. happened with a serious accident Saturday when a wagon loaded with wheat passed over his foot bruising it so b dly he was unable to walk but is now able to hop about. + * f 4* + 4* ♦ + * * + A Local Notes \ Short and Snappy Roy Beck h;.s accepted a posi- ti< n with tht Farmers Equity. Mrs. Carson Altmiller who has been quite ill is much i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 August 1924

six LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND H'Ol.l.KTT TIMES, THURSDAY, Al'G., 7, 1924. Old Information Is Misinformation ! • ' JH I . The World changes. Old governments are passing; new governments, terntoric; and parties are in the forming. The discoveries and inventions of to-day are superseded by the achievements of to-morrow. The old-fashioned, bound, stitched and glued encyclopaedia served its purpose in a past generation.. A new age demands a new Encyclopaedia—a reference work that can Keep pace step by step, with the New World. Nelson's Loose-Leaf Encyclopaedia, with its Datented loose-leaf binding device, is the only En- cyclopaedia that can discard the old and out-of-date and substitute the new and living in its place- IT IS THE ONLY PRACTICAL PLAN FOR RELIABLE INFORMATION, N ELSON'S Perpetual Loose-Leaf ENCYCLOPEADIA And Research Bureau fof Special information A few of the many reasons why you should own Nelson's It covers the whole field of knowledge- Over a million topics—from the dawn...

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