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0'~ AFTER THE OTTA.
'Get all the Money You Can,"
Says J. D. Rockefeller.
Pointed advice to.young men on theb
brink of a business' career is volun-'j
teered by ~hn D. Rockefeller, the!
magnate, in a pamphAet addressed tof
the Bible class of the Fifth Avenue
Baptist church, over, which the mil
naire's son presides. says the New
York World. *
"First Ledger of a Successful Man'
of Affairs" the pamphlet. is labelled,
and it is fashioned, quite artistically.!
after a miniature ledger. in'it Mr.
Rockefeller goes back to 'the days
vwhen he was. making $3 a week, and
he dwells upon the. importance of
keeping traek of all the money a man
makes and all he spends. Mr. Rocke
feller's first ledger was a paper cover
ed affair, and he says that he would
not part with it for anything in the!
"When I fo.und this book recent
ly," he says, "I thought it had no
ove' because I saw that it had writ-I
ing upon its back. But I had utilizedi
even the covers to write upon. In
those days I was economical, even
with paper. When I read it through
it brought to my mind rememibrances
of the care with which I used to re
cord my little items of receipts and!
disbursenets-amatters, 1 think, that
iany of you young men are careless!
Mr. Rockefeller starts out with the
assumption that "it is a r-eligious dui
t to get all the money you can." But
he supplements this with the proviso
that the money must be made "hon
estly and fai,ly." He further'advis
e to "keep all you can and give
way all you can."
The early striegles of the modern:
Croesus, as related in the address to
the Bible students, were severe. Af
ter telling about making $50 from
September 26, until January 1, Mr.'
ekefeller says' that he had better
the next twelve months.
'IN\made $25 a month." he contin
s. \'I began to be a cap)italist. and
ad I jbegarded myself then the same
way thaVwe regard the capitalist now,
I ought f> have felt like a criminal
because I lidso much money. But
we had no i1gsts and monopolies
Mr. Rockefeller says that he learn
sin of Weepesr ae sue
reaMst - ths mlleble ronpin-xtesio
n waer - watr frni, hic hasmor
erei ahetig urac ta -
oiallWer parssue houser is uakse
- lleable resroin-etenig
dfrom ater frt, hicu hut oextaati
"I ai m otwnte ol an lay r th
ad a litl rsothgto giaewa,hsna
nd theh ae of rservirg soe I wa o
ashiromable cut o coutg eIrmea- "Ii
>erI theabog myne of ad alwayP Sprstt
iada little omtething to could away, ~ May
ornd t aies of gravit sea. bet struc wo
han true wc I could not urer the
dsi not ae any o loigaton I ree.'
ould not meet, I lived within my on some
neans, and my advice to all young ,f gegr
nen is to do the same. ''.-. urround
The oil king, taking up the hard- to knowl
hips that beset a man just enterinla mortals.
>siuess life, remarks that there is Here.1
'something unfortunate in ~being F.La.~cey
orn in the city.'' After mentioning a suppos~
hat. he was horn in the vount.ry, he and all t
"The city born man has not had I tating i
he struggles that we have had who should b:
~vere reared in the country. Don 't you Mr. Lae
iotice how the men from the country that it
eep crowding you out here-you wvho do)nated
ave wealthy fathers? These young to Speak
nen fresh from the country are turn- uquence
ng things around and are taking your the bene
ity. We men from the country are system, t
villing to work. We are prepared by "It w-a
>r experience to do hard work." ago to si
Pity is expressed for the young elothing
en who are handicapped of .havin.a state tha
fathers with a lot of money. ' the days
"They are in an embarrassing po- ponenit 4
~ition."' says Mr. Rockefeller. "'Those .systCem.
oys have not a ghost of a -chance to with Ke
ompar.e with youi from the country anid prid
~vho want to' do something in the upon the
orld. You are in training now to The N
ake the places of those young men. bukes t.h
[ suppose you cannot realize how furniisii
reat is the increasing interest that jshowing
s taken in you. You may not think "protec*t
t difficult to get a tooting.'' but that
Speaking of his own efforts t.o "get hiat and
afooting,"' Mr. Rockefeller says: hands of
'If you feel as 1 (lid when I was just of valor.
~tartinig in, I feel sorry for you. But
[ would not be without memory of Tee
hat struggle. And. (discussing the.
struggle for -success. what is suiccess ?Y t
s it money? Somofyuhval . ..t
oun need to prov)idle for* your wats.
Who is the poorest man in the world 7
[ tell y:ou. the lpoorest nman I know is
lt ian whlo hias riothiirig buit nliorley.
othing else in lie world izponi wllitell
o devoIe his amtbitioni and thiouhdt.
That is thle sort of mani t conside r $54
to be the poorest in the world. Mon
is good if you knowv how to use it.- m.a
We heartiiy invite our friE
and we will
THE MAJESTIC MALI
Majestic people has beei
lence. and far ahead of an
! RON BODY in place of St
the only range in existencE
see that if quality is consic
YO U TO CA LL at our stor
CHARCOAL IRON BODIE
bodies, and incidentally, w
if you intend to buy or not,
Come any day dluring
Biscuits baked on a Majes,
With every range sold during ti
worth every cent of $7.50. This w
durable. Come in and see it, and y,
and it is cheap at that.
Comes in any day, 3
a mistake for any man who
r happiness and to hellp oth
nk that he will wait until he
e a fortune before giving IIa o pn
iey to deserving objects.''
ie speaker's Clothes. 'omfrel c
1 time and oft have we been
ith the- lack of information,M.Eas&C,
rfcial knowledge, the gross :opst h or
those who think they stand'
vantage point and by reason asngnwtep
.phical position or extraneous i n
ings. have some patent right 1Ycm
of Iowa, congressan,openi
ed uthrit on~inleystocky ock on
:mt prtansto hetarff M.s Evas, &Gorie
:ing a gseatgtatewandempu
edge that everdenied.ordinarylsto befe. Wi
ornstamile witn. mncases, coe r
cvat perso the tiffmsiso od,GCcre
vas the Tar-Heel state that thing-and satisfa
the gents' furnishing goods
er Cannon. In a burst of el- teed.
nda paroxysm of praise for Yours for but
ficent results of the tariff
he iowa congressman says: X TR
is a pleasure to me a momnenti
se the speaker go by clad in Fe~e of
made in North Carolina. the
t gave him birth. It recalled tig h a
of Henry Clay. the great ex
f the American protect ive
who camne from Kentucky
ni ukv zarument S upon Iimn.
ed himself on wea-ring theni
fioors of e(onaTess.
ew York Sun very ably re- L e g
is effort to use the Palmetto~
g as a tariff illustration.
that it was not donated by h es fLw
nssas to p)rotectionists.'' ~do
the homespun suit,; gloves, ad gvence
st ockings. " were giveni by thyeroud
b)eauty to adorn the bre(ast SpcaLwnGr
ild who coiestorpraperea.
7~7J~ 77ccethe' Sao ' peia
ln~n'lite' moto: 'Ge an wiiand FOu
Our Desrigive C
yuhow and hepaen
bes ucS.maile re
TEED TW. W d &Flon!
00BANK DEPOSIT RICHMOND,
(bE RR.area;. ~ If you want the sets
R. .Fae Pid,Nots a Melong and Cantaioui:
500 FREE COURSES Wood's Southern.grc
to 24 In
nds to call any day during t
demonstrate the superior qu
:oal Iron R
LEABLE and steel range as f
i considered throughout th(
y other range made. But w
eel, making it double its va
made of Malleable and Chai
lered, the Majestic leads by a
during this week, and let u.
S; let us explain why it is th
hy i is not used on other rar
as the information gained w
'FEE AND BISCUITC
-is week and have buttered h
Lic in three minutes while yoi
)ME SET OF WARE
tis Demonstration we will give absolute
are will be on exhibition at our store.
ou will agree with us that it cannot be
ou are we/caine whether you loti
ng up'a nice:
[n the store~
upied by E.
;n ManSt ,
ng their pur-1
sists of Dry~
a delighted to!
ces on every
otion guaran- There is ol
oness, nished by us
rnish every- Our Furniture is
raSS. Now is your tin
ty prepared new WstoCk.
Ereensar We have moved
:uiartelling to the double gran
nd care for
onrequest. liams, on upper I
ood's opening the most
ieeds ever opened in Ne
arS- the celebrated H ai
to feplant fr
and besi WJatrhcI
ie above mentioned week
alities of the
ormerly turned out by the
. entire country par excel
th the NEW CHARCOAL
Vue, and the fact 1hat it is
-coal Iron, you can readily
bigmargin. WE WANT
3 explain this new feature:
e best material for range
ges. We want you to call
riIl serve you in the future.
ot biscuits and hot coffee.
ly FREE one set of Majestic ware
Everything useful, ornamental and
bought for a cent less than $7.50,
end to~ buy or not,
se thing that you can
it on in the homes fur
,and that is "Comfort."
is Are the Best,
Prices Are the L.owest.
3e to buy. Inspect'our big,
our entire stock of furniture
ite front store of R. C. .Wil
Vlain street, where we are
complete line of Furniture
wberry. We are agents fo
nilton Pianos and Organs