Friday, May 13, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
Afraid to Face Your Banker ?
Slowly the old man entered the bank and stood for a
moment nervously tapping the rail by the vice-president's
For a week he had dreaded this interview. Night
after night he had worked over his financial state
ment, but now as he faced the ordeal he knew that
the paper he held in his hand was a sorry mess of
figures that he could not prove.
It seemed to him that bankers wanted to know a lot
of fussy details that no man could be expected to
answer off hand and he hated to go through all that
it seemed like a million questions to him.
The trouble with this man, and so many others in the
same boat with him, is that he has never had his eyes
opened to the need of getting more figure facts about
his business. He thinks the cost of making daily
records would eat up all his profits and he needs to
be shown that on the contrary he would make more
money if he had them.
Most successful men in business today have learned
that clear, accurate, detailed records of all the depart
ments and operations of their business are the best
assurance of success.
Machine methods of figuring and mechanical aids in
bookkeeping and record keeping have simplified these
operat'ons so that it is no longer necessary to carry
a heavy bookkeeping expense to get the necessary
With a Burroughs figuring machine an inexperienced
clerk can work out automatically all the figure prob
lems of business transactions as: adding sales and
charge slips, footing all sorts of figure columns, prov
ing postings, taking trial balances, checking invoices,
distributing sales by clerks or departments, totaling
weights and quantites and so on.
Telephone the nearest Burroughs office and ask them to show you the type of machine you need and how
to get the facta about your business.
Burroughs Adding Machine Company
FORT WORTH OFFICE
G. C. MAYNE, Manager 214 WEST SEVENTH ST.
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