Advertising and Selling Volume 29

Advertising and Selling Volume 29

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... advanced in wages and position in accordance with a system which is based on his length of service and on His merit as he has demonstrated it. Holmes' just now needs numbers of boys. But what is needed is the right kind--lively ambitious boys who will start with the opening bell and keep themselves going fast until quitting time comes. If your boy is such a boy as Holmes' wants, bring him or send him here at once. Did the jobs sell? Ten boys, eager for the opportunity, apeared the first day; before the week was closed every position was filled and a waiting list had been created! "It was a simple merchandising propo sition," explains Mr. Reese. "We sold the store to our employes exactly as we have been selling it for years to our customers.--The Furniture Record. Snodgrass Leaves Ayer R. T. Snodgrass, lately manager of the New York office of N. W. Ayer & Son, advertising agents, has retired from his connection with that concern. It has not been definitely established just which ot several pending propositions Mr. Snodgrass will attach himself to. Roberts With Edison (j. L. Roberts, formerly of the Churchill-Hall Advertising Agency, has been appointed assistant advertising manager of the Thomas A. Edison Company, at Orange, N. J. THE HOME SECTOR."A WEEKLY FOR THE NEW CIVILIAN r." CONDUCTED BY THE FORMER EDITORIAL COUNCIL OF Che Stars and Stripes has the same editors, artists, and cartoonists who made The Stars and Stripes the most widelyquoted publication in the world. It will have the same free-and-easy informality, the same you-andme intimacy. The Home Sector will have an irresistible appeal to every man who ever wore "U. S." on his collar. Universal opinion agrees that the ex-soldiers will more

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  • Paperback | 1150 pages
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  • United States
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