Pep, July, 1919, page 7:
Paper  Prices  Nothing  in  Their  Life!
WHAT is believed to be the first "printless newspaper" in America is now a flourishing institution in Switzerland County, Indiana.
    The "newspaper" is a daily telephone bulletin furnished to the subscribers of the Farmers' Telephone Company.
    At a certain hour each day the exchange operators in all parts of the county call the subscribers to the telephone and report news developments of interest. Weather forecasts, births, deaths, weddings, accidents, serious illness, elopements and divorce suits are reported.