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Raising P.V. Squabs for Profit

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Raising P.V. Squabs for Profit is written by John S. Trecartin. A Manual of Instruction from My Personal Experience in Building, Stocking and Managing the Largest Successful Squab Plant in New Jersey Tells how we market squabs for twelve dollars per dozen, wholesale.

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Monopolies and the People

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Monopolies and the People is written by Charles Whiting Baker. In the following pages it has been my endeavor to present, first, the results of a careful and impartial investigation into the present and prospective status of the monopolies in every industry; and, second, to discuss in all fairness the questions in regard to these monopolies--their cause, growth, future prospects, evils, and remedies--which every thinking man is to-day asking.

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Making Money

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Making Money is written by Owen Johnson. Four young men, college chums, come to New York, each with his eyes fixed on a career. The ambition of each is the same, to make money. They differ only in their ideas of the best way to "make it."

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Goat-Feathers

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Goat-Feathers is written by Ellis Parker Butler. Funny? Yes. But it's more than funny. It's a straight-from-the-shoulder lesson in efficiency that will do a world of good to every one who reads it.

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Business Correspondence

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Business Correspondence is written by Anonymous. HOW TO WRITE THE BUSINESS LETTER: 24 chapters on preparing to write the letter and finding the proper viewpoint; how to open the letter, present the proposition convincingly, make an effective close;

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Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford

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Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford is written by George Randolph Chester. If you had Wallingford's quick business wit and his skill in converting another man's cash into his own--within the law--would you do it, and take the cash? Probably not. Our gambling spirit runs high, but for most of us stops short--possibly--at a game of cards, or the stock market.

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The Business Career in its Public Relations

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The Business Career in its Public Relations is written by Albert Shaw. It is the positive and aggressive attitude toward life, the ethics of action, rather than the ethics of negation, that must control the modern business world, and that may make our modern business man the most potent factor for good in this, his own, industrial period.

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The Banker and the Bear

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The Banker and the Bear is written by Henry Kitchell Webster. Although Chicago is not mentioned in the book as the scene of action, the Chamber of Commerce of that city is the point round which the action centers.

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About sugar buying for Jobbers

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About sugar buying for Jobbers is written by B.W. Dyer. Jobbers who have had considerable experience in exchange operations will find in this booklet a simplified and non-technical description of activities with which they may be in general familiar.

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A Canadian Bankclerk

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A Canadian Bankclerk is written by J.P. Buschlen. The story herein told is true to life; true, the greater part of it, to my own life. Also, I am convinced that my experience in a Canadian Bank was but mildly exciting as compared with that of many others.

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