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Don't frot Talk about (t W; ita about it ' " Bonalify the ucroets P*tron : z3 the meroh&nts Ba frJe'idly to everybody Advertise It m newspapers 'Bi te; good mea fco all the t ffiaos Oon'i gramb.'e about h»rd times Koap your aide walks io good repair Avoid gossip aboat your neighbors Sell all you oau and bay all you can at homo Do your trading with yonc homo morohanrs ''"'.. If yoa are rloh Invest romethlng ; employ aonaebody ; bo » 'rustler' If yoa do not think of any good word don't aay anything about i. Remember that every dollar Invested la permanent improvement Is 10 Huoh on tnfcerflsfc . '• Be oonrtaotu to straugerß that coma am ng you, so th»t tbey m»y jjo away wlih good Imprefcslons Always otieer on the moa who go In foi improvements, your portion of the aoit will be nothing only nh»t In jast D ;r»'t kick at ony pcoposod Improve* ment beoauso It !a no* at yoar own door, or for fear that yoar 'taxeß will ba raited fifty oents. Don't use robber stamps 00 yoar letter hc.-dij, (hat Is • dead give way on your business, on the town and newspaper pnbltubeA In It. Get your lettr- heads, envelopes, business cards, oto., printed at the printing office*. Never coidemu the local paper until It has fairly misused yoa. If it has denlt with you aDJuetfy write to It or go into the office and tell tbe editor about your oane ; it he (s wrong be will lose no time In telling the public about It. Bemembsr that no man does so much for yoar town ts the local newspaper. Every paper sent oat is an advertisement of the business, the resonroas and enter* prises of the place; and people get • bettar Idea of It from the local paper than, from any other onnraes •

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TO MAKE YOUR TWON PROSPER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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TO MAKE YOUR TWON PROSPER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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