Remedial Measures

Issue 21 and Volume 83.

Remedial Measures IT has been said that the nearer any disease approaches a crisis the nearer it is to a cure. There is every indication now that the period —of depression has gone safely by the crisis, with business men everywhere beginning to realize that their chief ailment has been little more than sleeping sickness. Here’s a sensible remedy suggested by a writer in the DeLaval Monthly: “It’s time to head in another direction. “The world of business has no use for a man who can’t stand a little punishment. Times will he better when we make them better; nobody else is going to do it for us. “If anyone is going to fall dead from shock if you suggest their buying something, then go ahead and deplete the population. The only way to make sales is to go out and act as if you expected to make them. If…

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