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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,' TUESDAY, AUG. 1, 1911.
WILLIE GREEN TRIES HIS HAND AT BLAGKSMITHING
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DVERTISING IS A SALESMAN that is always at work; but never
wearies a customer : that calls on the same man until Ke is convinced,
but never annoys him with his insistence; that wastes no time, wastes
no words, and that can always gain an audience and a hearing. Alone among
salesmen, advertising has free access to President Taft and Mr. Morgan; it
marches unchecked past the secretary of the big merchant and enters without
hindrance the store of the retailer. When it can not tell its story to a man
in his office it can always gain his attention in his home. No country is so
remote, no village is so dead, that it does not go there AND GET ORDERS.
Evening Bulletin Advertising Goes Into the Home
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