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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

3® ft 1 . 4** Vol. 1 SHATTUCK. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. AIT .. 28, 1924 No. '-*19 ♦ IH ++**+ + I * % Local Lore ■ \ I:<- Something to I hink About The editor of this paper has a warm place in his heart for the friends who bring or send in news items. It is the desire of this paper to give all the news all the time and those who lend us their assistance to that end have our unbounded gratitude. The earlier in the items reach us, the more we appreciate them. A man in a nearby town, it is related, has a very red nose, and recently a very inquisitive person said to him: "Please don't talk any offense, but I'm very curious to kndw why your nose is always red?" And this is the reply the inquisitive person got: ' My nose is merely blushing with pride over the fact that it has never butted into anyone's business." Rural communities see the ad- vantages of good roads, good schools, good public buildings, and now public recreation parks will be provided at public ex- pense for the benefit of it...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

POOR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT &ND KOLLKT1 l'IMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28. 1^-4 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 Steakf Pork, Cheese and Cold Meats. Highest prices paid for Produce. Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. Cakes You'll Like - They are made just like you would make them at home—the same flour, the- same high grjide 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 To save cooking during the hot days this summer" come here for your Cakes, Bread, Buns and Cookies. home bakery R. L: Miller, Prop. . , ^ Foiled, Texas r } i Ww I. / . The Best Ice Cream Ice cream to deserve the caption "best" must meet many requirments. It must be made from pure engredients—you will find the best here. Don't forget dear folks to drop in during your stay in ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

Darrouzett V rol. 1 DARROUZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUG JK , 1924 No. 46 T Goes to Booker Mr. and Mrs. Qhris Winfough, of near Sunset were the dinner g jests of Mr. and Mrs. Chappell Sunday. All motored to- Book- er and back in the afternoon. In the eve nin e Mr. and Mrs. Chap- pell, of near Ftnset, spent the evening visiting with Mr. ancl Mr§. Charley Chappell Calling-it the "End of a Perfect Day. Returns Home Mr. apd Mrs. Mart Beck re- turned home Monday from a trip to Galveston where they enjoyed bathing on the beach and other things which made all their friends envious when re- counted. Mrs. Beck gathered many lovely shells from the teach which she is passing out as souvenirs. Local Notes Short and Snappy Patient*s Frank Reply Made Governor Gasp In the old days a would-be consul jeeaine first a student interpreter, .iiid was supposed to acquire a .knowledge of the languages of cer- ium countries. When Mr. Wratis- .aw, who writes liis reminiscences in "A Consul in the East," went thr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

tlx LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLKTT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG.. 28 1924. S [ \ Old Information Is Misinformation 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 achievements ot 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 ENCYC tPEADIA And Research Bureau fof Special information A few of the many reasons why you should own Kelson's It covers the whole field of knowledge—Over a million topics—from the dawn of civiliza...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

i. r- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28 1924 SEVEN rr Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now I I WRIGLEYS -After every meal r j Friday evening Bros., motored to Seat on business. the Crites the County A. H. Montgomery and family returned Wednesday from a few days trip to Ne«.v Mexico. Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Branson were in from southwest of town Saturday afternoon shopping. • Mr. and Mrs. Wm. French were traders and visitors from the ranch east of here Saturday. i V Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Warren ot Darrouzett were Foliett visi- tors and traders Tuesday after- noon. trip through Colorado sightsee- ing and visiting old friends. They report having a splendid time. .1 Miss Lucy Arnott, of Grey,: Okla., came over Monday eve-1 ning for a couple of days visit; with her sister, Mrs. Wheeler! Grace, and to be sure other mem- bers of the familv. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Frazier and daughter Amber, left for Milan, Mo, and will perhaps | remain there all summer onac-j co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1924

9**f $ Bw 7 K1GHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG . 28 1924 I /? DOGS SEE HER WEDDING W- K: k( r v Vlv t F';' ■ , * m Q * It' R.V- w a?'i S. F. CROSS President. 01 IS BRO WN M. W. BRO YLES Cashier Vict iFVtsidtut Farmers National Bank Follett, Texas. A Home Bank for Home People By Home People i v We Appreicate Your Business- DIRECl OllS S. J*. Cross W.J. Hcnnighr M. If. Broy/es Frank grazier (His Brown fr lieceiit portrait of Miss Grace Vir- ginia PQineroy Hendrick, daughter of Dr. Elhvood Hendrick of New York and Simsbury, Conn., who is to be married in the church at Simsbury July 4 to Georpe W. Patterson, Jr., assistant dean of the school of elec- trical engineering nt the University of Michigan. Miss Hendricks' four pet terriers will be honored guests at the wedding, having an especial pew to themselves. __ The Best t'ooti for (jrowinj* Children There is nothing like the fresh vegistables fruits ami breakfast foods such as we handle at all times for growing c...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

$ ! 2 2 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT, 4, [924. Vol. 12, No. 43 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Foileti and IJoseomft County. UPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned in hy Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE Look at the June Weather Up in Milwaukee About People You Know. Pithy Points- Paragraph- ed to Please You. LIPSCOMB, TEX.. Sept. 2- Mr. and Mrs. Newt Millhollon of Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Knox . Millhollon. of Fairview, Okla.. and Mr. and Mrs. Keller, of I r Spur, Texas, were in Lipscomb, Tuesday visiting with the Mill- hollon and Douglas famlies. 2- ^ Mr and Mri. W. H. Sewell and children, were in Canadian, Sun- day. Mr. Sewell and the chil- dren returned to Lipscomb later io the day but Mrs Sewell, left for Canyon, to attend teachers institute. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turner and Dulcie and Opal, were in Can- yon, a few days this week and while there made arrangements for the girls to attend school at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIME?,' THURSDAY SEPT. 4. 1924 ■k-s T: r- LIPSCOMB LIME 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.. _.. 1 2*00 Single Copies - - « 5c C. A. SKAGGS. Publiahlr. in order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertise mente It will be necea- •ary to lend either draft, check or money order with eopy. Published oa Thursday Morning of Baca Weak 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, 187d. Announcements 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, juibject to the will of the voters at the November election. FRANK EWING Subject to the desires...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

• & • 15« Vol. 1 F hi l (SI) AY. SEP • , 4 No. 20 K++++ ! week. + ' * j new ^ar b icK. - + Ji .'Miss Ruth '• v o > local Lore About Those You Know | has beeu yMu.itf l«>i~ put V Mr. ami Mrs. . Ir ns ■( ft SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, DIRECTORY GENERAL MERCHANDISE ; GENTS' FURNISHINGS FURNITURE STORES Mrs. Ross of Enid, is visitingjfo! () ' • her sister Mrs. James Wilcox. W'H n''MP- l-)!': 1 meeting. where a ft •iv;ti John Eiders returned Monday from a two weeks visit in Color- ado. m n i if. < K v' . Ted Shaptey, wife an;i bab\ who have been \ Uiuiig' Mr; and Miles Edwards, of Perryton, Mrs. Bert Shapley left last \veek Texas, was a visitor in Shattuck, Tuesday. • for theS- home in Beaver county. Mrs. Bert Sh ipley. nece:npameff them home for a fe-.v dnyt visi1. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. W.'tght are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John MfS Hiram Shafer entertaimd W Foster. the Needle Craft (Mub Fiidav Kenneth Fulton spent the past j afternoon at her home. Ei hi ten week end visiting friends i...

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

FOUR LIPSCOMB Ll.ME LIGHT AND KOLLJSTT I IMRS, T1H KSDAY, SEPT 4 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. Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. All the Way Up "How is thai' wayward sun of yours getting along?" . , "Not very well at present, but no jne can say he has not struggled from the foot to the very top." "IIow is that?" "Why. he sltirtcil as a chiropodist, out soon gave it up and became a Barber." I lis J fr' 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 01 cookies To save cooking during the hot days this summer' come here for your Cakes, Bread, Buns and Cookies. HOME BAKER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

J Darrouzett Digest Vol. l DARROUZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT 4,1924 No. 47 M H I ♦'! H >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Notes Short and Snappy j J ♦♦♦M M ♦♦♦♦+>441 Ml l>M* + Miss?s Pauline and Francis Stephenson moved from th^Tr farm home to the Joe Imkie property this week. Miss Pauline is the new manager at ihe Legg produce and Miss Francis will teach the primary in the school here. Mr. 0. H. Lish and daughter, Mrs. I M. Roper, returned home Tuesday after a motor trip to Lamar, Colorado. Lash was took seriously ill soon after ar- riving home, but was able to be o it in a few days. Mrs. G. A. Jenkins, returned home Saturday from Iola, Kans., where she had accompanied her Mother, Mrs.- Minnie Weisman, who had been visiting Mrs. Jen- kins for several weeks. Mrs. Brownie Tiffin and small daughter, JVEss Fioretta, of Foll- eit, spent the week .visiting her mother, Mrs. W. L, Ailen, while Urownie was in , Oklahoma City, Doctoring. * / Mr. and .Mrs. L. .D. Chappell, vf near Sunset, J3kla.. .were ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

Six LIPSCOM iM j, i iCHT AND FOl.i K'l 'I TIMES, THURSDAY, SFPT.. 4 1924. r M i Old Information Is Misinformation The -World'"changes. Old governments are passing; new government^ territory s ^nri parties are in the forming. The discoveries and inventions of to-day are superseded by the acl.it ve merits oi to-morrow The old-fashioned, bound, stitched and glued encyclopaedia served its purpose in a past generation." A new age demands a new Kncyclopaedia-a reference work that can keep pace step by step, with the New World. Nelson's Loose-Leaf Encyclopaedia, with its patented loose-leaf binding device, is the only En- cyclopaedia that can discard iw old and out-of-date and substitute the new and living in its place. IT IS THE ONLY PR U''Tu ■ AL'PLAX 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 d...

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

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPT. 4 1924 SEVEN rr m Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now J Tom Fox made a. flyinj to Higgins Monday, Miss May Miller has been on the sick list the past week. was in Monday f here trading. W. J. Ilanna from northeast Ed Quindt, one of the progres- sive farmers living east of here was in Tuesday. E; McVickers and' Mr. Howard were in Tuesday from northwest of here on business. trip phones" around here so that they ; might speak. Mr. and Mrs. Haiiy Wright came in from Denver, Colo., Friday evening on their way to Shattuck after an absence of about four months. fflOEYS After Every Meat It's the longest-lasting confection you can buy —and it's a help to di- gestion and a cleanser for the mouth and teeth. Wrlgley's means benefit as well as pleasure. rr Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Riffle, and Mrs Mary Madclox and chil- dren, Margery, Colleen and Frances were overnight visitors at Shattuck, Okla., Monday, | Quite a few of the dear fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 September 1924

EIGHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLI FTT TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPT . 1 MI24 fr S. f. LKOSS President. OlIS BROWN Cashier M. W. BROYLKS Vice P'reSidmt Farmers National Bank Follett, Texas. ■ «-> A Home Bank for Home People By Home People We Appreicate Your Business 8. A DIBECIOBS Cross M.J. Hen nigh M. ff' Frank brazier Otis Brown Broylt BABY IS HONORED ▼ $U| ■ £ m <fcsfcss rr~ I he Best i :ood for Growing Children rl hen- U nothing like the fresh vegistables fruits and breakfast foods such as we handle at all titpes f r crowing children or the grown children. We always have a good line of dry goods for all concernt d Keep your eyes on aur bargain counters. Come in the next time you are in town and look things over. Your Welcome. S. Vi. SEE THE NEW Standard and Master Sixes I .now operate my own Service Station. Bring your Buick cars to me for service. "When Better Automobiles Built Buick will Build Them." are V. F. WILSON Shattuck, Oklahoma. !'•■ The little daughter of Minority Lead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

1 1 2 lujuui lyui AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, 1 PHURSDAY, SEPT, 11, 1924. Vol. 12, No. 44 f - Official Paper of Lipscomb County. Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett atnh Linscornb County. LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned in hy Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE ^bout People You Know. Pithy Points- -Paragraph- ed to Please You. LIPSCOMB, TEX., Sept.-8- Miss Clara Osborue returned Thursday from Wichita where abe had been visiting for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Will Osborn accompanied her to Lips- comb for a short visit. Erwina Schollenbarger was taken to the Shattuc-k hospital Wednesday where she under went an operation for appendici- tis. At last reports she was getting along nicely. Miss Nellie Scott returned Sunday from Austin where she had attended school this Sum- mer She will teach the Plum Creek school again this winter. W. H. Sewell moved his family to Follett Saturday where Mrs. Sewell will teach in the High School. They will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

! m Two LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY SEPT. 11, 1924 : ■t-rl L, - ■ kt W'j LIPSCOMB L1HE LIGHT j AND FOLLETT "TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ; First and Second Zones*. __fl -50 ; Third Zone ; Fourth Zone_ Fifth Zone 185 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies 5c j c. A. SKAGGS. Publi h r. 4- in order (o guarantee the pubilctUXtM of (oreiga advertisements it will b* neof-s ■ary to send either draft, check or morn-, order with eop . ; . . Published oa Thursday Morning of £•<: Entered as second c!p ;s matte? at the Post office at Follett,'Tex as. on July 31st 1918 'uidei tU Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ' Announcements FOR ASSESSOR. ^ubj^ct 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 1 V '...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

Shattuck Vol. 1 SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPT.. 11. 1924 No. 21 A Pleasant Sift prise. A pleasant surprise-was given in honor of George Strauss and wife, at their home near Shattuck, Okla., Aug. 24,* 1924, as these good people leave in the near future for Chicago, 111., to make that place their future home. The table fairly groaned with good eats brought in for dinner Ice cream and cake were serv-, ed in the afternoon. Those * lson present were: Mrs. J. C. Neal; Mr. and Mrs.-James C. Neal and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Elfers and family ; Miss Belle Elfers, ail of Logan, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barnes, of Dar- rouzett, Tetfas; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turner, of Lipscomb, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Winningham and son, of Follett, Texas; Mrs. Amelia Burgle, "Shattuck, Okla., Mr. Harold Perry, of Califarnia and Mrs.-L. E. Curtice, of Buff- alo, N. Y. The splendid visit was enjoyed by all. ♦ + t ♦ t 4 4 + 1 !'*" ♦ I I I**' Mrs. G. W. Wood spent "the past week end in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

POOR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLI.KTT TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1) 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. Teters and Wilder Follett, Texas. Yes, Ai.ey Are I Moneylender- -< >f course you under- stand we cannot do business with minors. Young .Man —I don't blame yon. Nasty,-rough people!—Humorist (Lon- don). Amusements in Sticks The Stranger-—>1 haven't seen any moving picture theaters here. * The Major—And you won't see none. We don't license no show that don't give a free street parade. Their Element Aunt Kate—How do you girls get along at your club? Niece—Well, of course, we don't get along at air, but we have a good deul better time titan if we did. 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...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

I I 9 Vol. 1 DARROUZET'i TEXAS. THURSDAY, SKl'P 11, 1921 No. 48 School Days Again lar note. After spending i day and Saturday visiting Fri- t-heir I ■ s - Honored and Graduating Together Monday morning school chil dren were seen scurrying alone j ^r'en<^s t^y departed Sunday morning for Garbe.'where Miss Lois and Donald will attend from every direction on their way to school each child anxious to get there as soon* as it was pos jsc^°°^ weie accompani- sible. The new school building |ed home byJittle Willian. Kussel1 had the final touches put to it ! SrEs. Mr. and Mrs. lohin have he exception of | planned to return to Darrouzeit Saturday with cleaning. So Monday morning j in a few days to (he parents packed baskets with I couple of weeks, eits and armed with mops, scrub brushes and rags repaired to the school house, to clean the build- ing and service a big lunch at noon which needless to say, was greatly appreciated by all. We are indeed prtud of our new school building proud of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 September 1924

IX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLET'I TIMES, IHUKSDAY, SEPT., 11 1924 Old Information Is Misinformation The World changes. Old governments are passing; new governments, territories ;t:.d parties are in the forming. The discoveries and inventions of to-day are superseded b) the ae.hiev cn.ents ol to-morrow. The old-fashioned, bound, stitched and glued encyclopaedia served its pin pose 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 Datentedloose-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 INFORM ATION. N ELSON'S Perpetual Loose-Leaf ENCYCLQPEADIA And Research Bureau fof Special information / ; -y A few of the many reasons why you should own Nelson's — — i — v ' It covers the whole field of knowledge—Over a million topics—from...

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