The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 30, 1931
Page 6
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SIX <j\i(K.l (X)URIKIl NKWS FRIDAY, J.AjjUARY_30, 193 i Your Dollar Along! C^ This matter of spending is a "round robin" in which fhe dollar or its equivalent in wages, profit, value or gratified desire returns to the original spender. But when one of us breaks the chain by keeping the dollar in his pocket and refuses lo pass it along it only influences others lo do the same thing and it leaves the next in line totally without means to continue the chain. • '"Keeping money in circulation" implies jnsi what it says - - - the circulating of money.' When you buy, the merchant requires more goods to replace what. you have taken away. He draws on'the manufacturer; the manufacturer increases production and employs more labor; as the laborer earns more, he buys more of clothes, food, furniture, amusement • - - the commodities which you sell or produce and hence the dollar you spend conies back to you. We've started on the up-grade to a resumption pi Prosperity how. A noted economist said in convention in Chicago the other day, "Americans today are consuming more goods than are being made up for replacement at present." This is the fore-riiniier of increased production and increased employment. Continue spending and the wheels of commerce and industry will spon be humming in the key of prosperity hut it's the degree in which you circulate your dollars that will determine the tempo of our return to normalcy. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS "You Buy-He Works.'"-

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