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WORTH scoo When yon receive yonr book, take it to your local book store. Compare it with any other yoI nme in the store. You’ll quickly agree that books made like this sell for $5.00 or more! | x rES, it’s free — absolutely free — this beautiful and | important volume worth $5.00 and more! All you | -*- need do to receive it is send us your name and address 1 on the coupon below7 — and that is all. There are no strings 1 or catches to this amazing offer. You do not have to buy . 1 anything or do anything except ask for the book — and it ! is YOURS! ^ Merely send in the coupon below, and by return mail you receive this wonderful volume, containing 2000 fascinating articles on 2000 important subjects. It contains hundreds of biographies of important men, such as John and Samuel Adams, Alexander the Great, Louis Agassiz, Ethan Allen, and Prince Albert. It contains articles on such broad subjects as Advertising, Agriculture, Accounting, and the Airplane. 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