The Clock that Had no Hands
by Herbert Kaufman
Publisher: George H. Doran Company 1912
Newspaper advertising is to business, what hands are to a clock. It is a direct and certain means of letting the public know what you are doing. In these days of intense and vigilant commercial contest, a dealer who does not advertise is like a clock that has no hands.
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