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You Must Order This High School Course at $2.98 Before January 31, 1930 —After That Date You Must Pay SIO.OO Only 10,000 Sets Left to Be Sold! 825,000 Words ) $0.98 Until (A HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE in 60 Handy I °L T “ t! , V A TEST j Volumes —Authentic, Up-to-Date—For Home Study j ~488 Pages. J Uin full WE have only 10,000 sets left of our 60- A W T« jf\ Read that list of books—surely those titles “ ~ volume edition of the popular HIGH %/ |J $ w / | ||l are worth $2.98. Make no mistake about their JAVt. /.UU —Sfe-riVS . A Complete List of Titles in the 60-Volume sixty handy books will be issued in two large, .. lAArtA , . . which, in the larger library form, on more ex- PniifCA expensively produced clothbound volumes, to '* hlle these 10,000 sets last pensive paper, people will soon be paying $lO EAlUvftUOllftl .V^OUrSC sell for $lO per set. These two large volumes, the price is $2.98 —after these to own. All you have to do is sign and mail rr>nj?i'A \vr \ r r)TT7 • * u 111 , . . at $5 each, will contain everything that the sixty are Rone the price will be the special blank-WITHOUT DEUY! To put IMPORTANT SO IE. Jp csl f volumes are original, copyright works, available only m this smaller volumes now contain—not a word wiil SIO.OO for the larsrc edition. off ordering this course may mean that you will senes and prepared especially for the series of winch they arc a pari. 7he 60 books must be be omitted! We have decided to make the not be able to get a set for this astoundingly ordered as a set —the individual titles should not be ordered separately. edition more sumptuous —and consequently more expensive—because low price. Just 10,000 sets —they will disappear fast! Os the tremendous impression that these worth-while books have made More than 250.000 sets of this 60-volume edition of our HIGH I. Common Fault, «„ Writing English. Containing 28. Outline Economic, (Wealth). Containing Ma on the people who are clamoring for self-education. school EDUCATIONAL COURSE have been sold at $2.98 per set w»rd,Tn7i r hd“ lsc '” a '’"“ 5 P * u, “' ErTors ln ”” SSMTiKS. ¥S' y etc E,ch *" e '’ =*"'“■ IM " au Meanwhile, we have 10.000 sets of the 60-volumeed.tion—6o postpaid, more than a quarter of a million! Tliesehave gone to dpiJ!'®‘„TSSf'w“'Sfe h££fi in thfiaS?and *m„TsfS&a„dtonr ney “ ™ d * books in handy pocket size—to sell for $2.98 per set. We are giving ambitious people everywhere in the United otates and Lanada, and to rules), word Building and changing, etc. 30. Unlt< . d state. Commercial Geography, the public a final chance to secure this material in this convenient, low- many foreign countries. These people continually write us such ex- speech, Parsing. e £, ontalnlng the PartS ° f r 31 V A H * ndhook of Commercial Law. containing priced form. When these 10,000 sets are gone, the 60-volume edition pressions of approval as, “I am pleased with the books —they are so 4. Punctuation Seif Taught. Containing examples ° n i cu S ersi anC rnmniete with will be discontinued, and the HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE simple, interesting and easy to understand”; or, “Congratulations on ' will be sold in two large volumes, in different (more expensive) binding, the set of books, containing the elements of a High School Education; Parentheses, - Approved touch system * for a total cost of $lO per set. Thus, by ordering at once you actually I admire my set very much.” 4000'words witifcorrect nt underl 34 - How Write Telegram, Properly. save $7! Think of it! You get this excellent course, word for word v . . •11 •£ » ft,.*® .Ll®, standabie symbols. ... , , . 1 • .i <t irk f . c I tl no You must act quickly if you, too, want a set or these valuable and «. How to Improve Tour Conversation. Containing SCIENCE as It Will be W’hen issued in the $lO format, for only $2.98, payment ~ , , r I .1l LI 1 . u:i ;» Fundamental Precepts, Vocabulary, Dramatic Effect. „ . 1, . _ .. , .. „ r 11, F useful books. Cut out the blank while you think of it —it you put It Gesture and Gesticulation, Laughter, Dialect and Dia- f? r beginner,. Containing the He in full! r .. i ’ll 1 ® *l;. logue, Etiquette in Conversation, etc. rnenta, Atomic Weights, Valency, Periodic Law Formulae, off you may forget it, and you Will lose this last chance to get this 7 How Improve Your Vocabula Containin Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, etc. Don’t let this opportunity slip by. Act while you have the chance— HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE postpaid to your address for single words, words in combination, etc! 7 ’ onan * Inert s.? - r y r s i cs »!,!!!„ T S?? ta ls! ng ,i G CT VI I a 4 tl ?- rl, i 1 clip the blank and get a HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE for $2.98, payment in full. And remember—we have only 10,000 sets taining - • un . eerie y | only s2.9B—which is positively all you pay for all 60 books, as listed left; when these are gone, there will be nothing available except the Writing S ° C,RI Lettcrs “ d 50016 of Letter sygtem,’the*'sun°Thc pfaiwtf thTMoon?'Comete!sSus?stcf at the right. expensive $lO edition. 9. How to Prepare Manuscripts. Guide for Writers «, u 38 * I Ps y ch t ° , ?*y for Beginners. Containing the Mind, on How to Submit Manuscript, for Publication. Subconscious, Will, Perception, Memory, etc. 10. How to Argue Logically. The Precepts and Art 39 ‘ The Riddle of Human Behavior, of Discussion. 40. Evolution Made Plain. The facts about the evo | v 77 i 1 Grab This Chance to Get a 60-Volume High history l Can you answer these questions? \ ScHool Course for Only 52.98, Full Payment. lng American Ü Be?mnings n Founding Os the 7 'union? Be- the d Antoial t Kingdo^ ) * 001,431111118 the Clafistflcan ° n of 4 - f panslon and Conflict, etc. „ , _ . • To find out whether these hooks can help you, test f n ,.. fi ., . , , . . , , < TTere in hanrlv 12 ' Hlstory the American Revolution. ° emen 0 wor n S* i yourself With the following 15 questions. If you cannot I ]\jOW you can fill in those embarrassing gaps in your knowledge. Here, m6O handy lt . History of the u. s. civn War. . mathematics ] answer them all, or if jou are in doubt about anv of them, i w .® . pen-portraits. 44. Elementary Plane Geometry Self Taught. Com | then you can be sure that this 60-volume Educational Course | High School Education for only $2.95. This is positively ail you pay —if you use the 15 Current Events* Debate on U Dry Law plete with theorems, problems, diagrams, etc. ! Will be of incalculable value to you. If you can answer them • special order blank below before our remaining 10.000 sets are gone. Clarence Darrow vs. Wayne B. Wheeler. ' ’ W ’ .. **• I p n l‘ o,R *“ M * t , hem »“ cs * Containing Squaring t readily, and if you are certain your answers are correct, then J & Prime Sumter? Itc an * ’ Compound Hitereat, f consider all the other questions that these 60 books will | What do the words “A High School Education” mean? They mean a thorough LITERATURE (General) 46. Arithmetic Self Taught (Part 1). Containing i ?„ n d7x".o mforL'‘ l i7 l tn,ai„ e ,d a [n‘7 t '7 bLks grounding in those essentials ot modern knowledge which enable a person to he the j I -os, efficient in the everyday activities of his work and of his contact with others M.ddte axes, 4 the worth of this set. f When it is required that a person have a High School Education, it is meant that such guide. 47. Arithmetic Self Taught (Part n). Containing ? j a person must be equpiped with a substantial background of English, History, General preclatio™?m^ratUr*" 1 ° f Rw,<,,n *- Notes on the ap ' rnd'MeSSs, vSume^a^ck^SoporiioiL'^tS I (J) W* lo “M: “Where ignorance is bibs, ’tl* foHy to be * Literature, some Languages, Commercial Subjects (Business and Economics), Exercises. f f Mathematics, Science and the Arts. It is expected that such a person will have his THE ARTS REFERENCE MANUALS l <0 ‘TT‘ C T ? .v intelligence alert and trained to enable him to learn new things readily, to know where n ta r, , %,^!nX’ n or???lSn,£r*^‘ h «®r: ou complex gntde to <«non, 1* „ V** 1 “ ve _‘! ie following names In common. >an ♦ f or facts not already* in his possession; in short, to be a man or a woman aware Renaissance, Dutch Painters, etc. quotations. > er, o, I more, erce 0 f t | lose fundamentals which form the basis of every education and of all culture. ginnlngs of U s P cu!p*ure nd lUlian P D”cadence ta EUilhteenth mid mous 4 li‘nes° PUUr Shake * peapemn Quotations. All the fa (4) What are the four form, of English composition? j RSSSth lenfiry ete d Ce ’ Elßhtcenth ftnd 5 0. A Dictionary of Classical Mythology. * (8) What is psychology*? t Probably you have often felt the lack of knowledge you really ought to have at 21. Music and Musicians. Containing music of the 51 * A Dictionary of Biblical Allusions. \ (A) Who were Donatello, Cellini, Bologna, Rodin? j command. Perhaps you did not get the most out of your school days, or possibly Knrx *£ Murieal Terms. FreqSntUs^l^gLh!. W ° rd ' and Phrma ” (ln * . . .. M ., u . w , ♦ vou were obliged to leave school before you had completed your education. Or your 28. The Story of Architecture. F'acts you should M * An International Dictionary of Authors. i 8 WhT w« De'litah* ♦ High School training haS Slipped int ° thC PaSt> and yOU arC “ rUSt> ’’' ° n many SUbjCCtS ’ knOW BboUt thC eVolUtlon ° f bUlMln,rs ' M ' A D,CUO, “ ry ° f Ge °™ hiCal Na ” W - (GaZett ~ r) - 4 ' Vh ° W ** De,iWl? | Whatever the reason for the lack, you feel that the void is there —and you want to fill LANGUAGES fF * GENERAL HFLPS i counwL^ h knd'‘ry’.„r !, ?.'r C .-? h ' 8l "' : j in the gaps! This 60-volume HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE is just ... L.tl„ Self dpleUmth lutmdueMon, Sg ? *, VT.*?! i ,7 WhTr* ,7 h „ the thing for you-it is comprehensive, easily understandable, thoroughly reliable and *">“• %*<", TST ~ _ Jt SU? > dl£lS < SB& r .„d ute. i Deutsch”; (b) -P.He'-vou, FrtnSu" U) %U. "listed j authentic, and absolutely up to date. tlon, Rules, Sirota*. Vocabulahr, tu!" * C ' rtroniSen"” sfuly,“TechS?Si?rf'stiS;“te? StU<lr ' 4 Espanol”? f 26. Spanish Self Taught. Complete with Introduc- QUIZZES ( Tests) | ,11) Mow far does . falling bod, drop In the Hr., second ? Whether you wish to study High School Subjects for the first time, or whether as Smplete with Introdne- so »"< .'>■?»«"• Wbnt dn tou tan wt I after starting from re*,? ! you merely wish to review your High School Education, you will find these 60 books tton, Rules, Syntax, Vocabulary, etc. tlon y-‘ " orma j (12) What does “ibid” mean? t exactly what you need. Read the list of titles carefully as listed at the right — and t (13) Who was the Roman god of war? ♦ remember, all you pay for all 60 of these splendid books is two dollars and ninety- - . : - ajs —_ | (14) What were the three orders of Greek architecture? j eight cents. * i (15) What chiefly caused the U. S. Civil War? I A word about this astonishing low cost—the price of $2.08 for all 60 of these IJ* Q..L* II M |,;| f_ 01 lAOA ... 4 I hooks is possible, has been possible, because of mass production. These books have been riVC vCIIiS ici OUDjcCI Ullill Jallttfiry «Jly I All of these questions, and hundreds of others, are under- 1 bought by more than 250,000 people. The popularity of these books is irrefutable ’ T An Vnlnmaa 1 standably answered in this 60-volume Educational Course, | indication that they are filling a widespread need. Indeed, the price is so low that 0,1 K ct 6(1 hooks for s_.9B as long Amazing as it sounds it is quite 1 vll LAlld V UIUUICS I totaling some 825.000 words of text—and the price of 60 t many people get the set just to have the books handy for reference. At such a price * S th ? SC 10000I 0000 r e»ia |n >ng se»s last! true that $2.98 is full ahd final pay- ;; !! I books is only $2.98, payable in full. This price includes the | no one can afford to be without these hooks. In usual library form they would cost This ,s 5,, S lu !y less than five cents ment for all 60 of the book* in this During our campaign for self-educa * postage to your address. At such an amazingly low cost, can | perhaps $25; in the new 2-volume cloth edition they will cost $10 —but you can get per hook—can you imagine any book High School Educational Course. t» on . wth our 60-volume HIGH j you honestly afford to be without a set of books which t the same material, word for word, in 60 pocket-sized volumes, for only $2.98 postpaid! treating, in a text of 15,000 words There are no strings attached to SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL COURSE, t promises to be so useful and valuable to you? | But remember— lo.ooo sets are all we have. You must not delay a moment! orah Ohc total words in each of these this offer—s2.9B is all you pay. we are including 1# additional volumes I ... .1 this chance NOW! books, on the average), a subject Think how expensive a High School i with each set—the aet originally con like Grammar or Economics or U. S. education usually is in comparison— tained only 5® volumes—at no extra History, that is not worth five cents? here you get 60 books for no more cost to the public. This is an indica _ ~,, ~ „ , , j # f C* 1 * This Hißh School Educational than one average textbook costs in tlon of our intention to give every pur- || Easy to Understand I l Variety of Subjects <*«•,i»,w.<».™>i.n«h«dy«». :: J f The actual »i*e of the type used in t * .f tion, is a bargain of bargains. There your own teacher, learning as you money he Invests in these books. Now " '-pEXTBOOKS are often dry and musty. This J bwk* Educational Course will be found refreshing- t type* used in your dally new*- | these sixtv books — think just how compre- unique in the field of popular edu- course, as listed at the extreme right " ly different from the usual educational volume. I K." l tensive they are! There are 825,000 words in « tion * dress' - ;; Even book has be_en written with the reader con . the text clearer. The books are t these sixty volumes. Tliev include a wonderful The authors of these sixtv educa- pnce of , 298 includ « al l charges oughly comprehensive they are, and ;; stantlv in mind. Every page is clear and readily t uniformly bound in stiff covers; they are = . - : . inr e sixt> cauc * except the small CO. D. fee (ex- what a surprising variety of subject understandable bv the average person. No at- j substantia l and n«u in appearance. The | variety of subjects, from history and economics tional volumes were especially actlv seven cents), which goes to matter thev cover Yet the nrlce U tempt is spared to provide books which every one , book * contains, "as* a rule, P about 15,000 ? literature to mathematics, foreign languages chosen to prepare these w orks so the U. S. post office. All packing and . 98 for all sixtv books surelv can use to learn without the aid of an instructor. | -d the arts. Even commercial subjects, such as P " f SOP rMd !| y SSSTyRTSs i! thtai. a K Siere ever w« one" || , 1 I geography and typewriting, are included. You get , 1 1 con ents. In spi e d e i ay or inconvenience (C. O. D. . Understand this clearly—s2.9B is all you Every hook in this 60-volumc set is self-teach- ' a substantial foundation in the arts, and an insight of the sensationally low cost of these packages sometimes move slower pay; there are no monthly installments, - ing—that is the plan that underlies them all, to into the great world of science. Then there are the books, t icy have been written by than regular parcel post, and if you no further payments whatever When * 1 ... , . i , r , .T i , , .. . ~ .. , . . . authorities in their various fields. are not home when the package is no lunner payments wnaiever. wnen make no instructor necessary. Os course, the books arc of no value iin- handy reference volumes, the alphabetical dictionaries, which give Some of the writers who have helped first delivered it may cause you a you pay $2.98 this set of books becomes less vou read them with the determination to learn. There is no roval - ou concise information just when you need it and exactly as you to make this High School Educa- little inconvenience) by remitting vours, fully paid for. All you have to 1 road to knowledge just by letting your eyes run idly over the printed tomers everywhere guarantee the d th b k before our • m 41,, i page! But if you have real ambition, then these are hooks to help Four foreign languages—the languages which most English-speak- Professor Carroll Lane Fenton, of value of this set of books. You are supply of 10,000 sets is exhausted. We , xnu rrrt ahrad-lthrso arp books which mav be of more Pennine bene- in £ people desire to learn—are given in this set. These foreign lan- L he Uni%^ rsi, y of Cincinnati; John assured of satisfaction—when you ; strongly urge you to act at once—other - • . . . i c- , ~. • . guages are self-teaching in these handv volumes. They mav he readily Cowper Powys, lecturer and see the books you will be convinced . wise, you may be disappointed. You ' fit to you than all four year, of lormal High School training. grasped with the aid of these books. ' m"“ ,«Kor°o( 180 pr*« ®*‘" K«ve no time t. Im Mall tke bfank ! The simplicity of these hooks is truly amazing. You will be . Everj-thiug; you need is here-this scries is compact and complete sdllSf i»! ii However, send no money with th. > *' tTClsniauv rratified to find them entirelv lucid in every way. No subject is kept in itself, lhcre are two volumes ot questions and answers (quizzes) JohnS. (iambs, High School teachrr; order unless you wish to. We shall DLiAIIK. *\cr ~ , , '. _ ... ' „ . t with which you may test your knowledge from tune to time. There is Maynard Shipley, President of the be glad to send the books C. O. D. nnn/xnn ..-r difficult—all ara presented to vou so that you can get the mo. t out of that excellent general treatise on “How to Study”—this work alone is Science League of America; Lloyd if you prefer. Just mail the blank BEFORE JAN. 31 ? (them. Just reading these hooks is educative to ail extent that you can- really worth the entire price of the set in the valuable hints it gives and E * Smith, former college English as- and pay the postman on delivery. t not realize unless you try the experiment! Furthemore, every volume in the manner in which it enables the average person to study in such a York 1 is interesting. The tvpe is of a size to make reading easy. The authors way that he will get the most possible good out of his efforts. commercial expert; Dr. Isaac Gold- Jiave been interested in their subjects, and this makes it certain that You will find it invaluable to have at hand many of these books novclf* 3 - subjects are presented in a delightfully fascinating manner. which you may not use at first. Though some of the subjects may seem Leo Markun, research student; Nel- Haldeman-Julius Publications Mail This Order Before Midnight , to you apart from your present interests, they will sooner or later come nirow' 11 f kn ° Wn D *Pt- E-123, Girard, Kansas. ’ of January 31, 1930. that^essVntia^fa^t^hlave^bee^left^out— 'beTupphed 1^ by ‘ the teacher. In this Educational Course every fact is inserted in the In our modern civilization, with the miracles of modern printing, Thus, it is certain that every one wiriT* ?g«e To iyrte a text. With attention and determination a thorough grasp can be had of knowledge is within every one s reach. I here is no longer any excuse of these books is of outstanding ex- post office) on delivery. Itls understood that lam to make no further^payments the subjects represented in this course (see the complete list at the for any individual to remain in ignorance. Lack of knowledge is not cellence. As a reading course this whatever, and that you are to pay the postage to my address, right.) It is not ncessary to ask questions—every question has been tolerated. Today vou must be progressively alert—keep abreast of the vein?? foreseen and already answered by the writers who have made this set times- and maintain a standard ot education that is on a par with the 0 £ text near iy a million words! The Name ..Address ft marvel of clearness and completeness. knowledge of your fellows. general editorship has been under the direction of E. Haldeman-Julius, ; famous for his campaigns of popular ''"T State Haldeman-Julius Publications, Dept. E-123, Girard, Kansas m-.t~n.lt in advance by international postal money order or on any U. $. 1 ’ ,v., I „ . 4 .... ■ » ’ THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1930.