Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1932 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1932
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'' '*"/>, ' T'~ ^V 1 ;Vt*^ 1 ^/^ 'IIIIHIIHIIHKniinHinilHIIIIllliiiiiiiiiiiimi,,,,,.,,,,,,^ mi DC to Housewives and Kossuth County ' •*' I ' ... ... > f , ^ ^ , i , ' - . THIS IS A WARNING: To beware of thieves posing as solicitors or inspectors. Strangers seeking admittance to premises as sales- ^ ' H ' i ' ' men, , solicitors; or inspectors SHOULD NOT BE ADMITTED UNTIL THEIR CREDENTIALS HAVE BEEN CHECKED and VERIFIED THROUGH DEPENDABLE LOCAL PERSONS. * In many cases strangers, without verified credentials, are thieves or "spotters" for professional "criminals and according to police records lack of caution by the householders in admitting , such strangers often results in costly property losses and bitter , experiences. It Is natural to expect an influx of peddlers during the spring and summer months — as with the dandelion on the lawn the peddler appears on the porch offering through a cleverly prepared sales talk "something free"? to gain admittance to the home so as to , show their wares. Often times HIGH , PRESSURE METHODS are used in securing an order and 1 in most every instance there is required a c'ash-in-advance payment. 1 '" ' DO NOT PAY CASH IN AD, VANCE' TO STRANGERS— Know first who you are dealing with. Many times, checks have been given to the peddler and later the party issuing. the check has made attempts, to cancel the order and stop payment on the check only , that a third and innocent as cashed the check. On ,.,thef|a.ce of it "this is a poor way to do business." i ,/ \ ...:...'•• ' Jt'S better to be SAFE than sorry. BE SURE YOU KNOW WHO THJ3, PEDDLER IS before you permit him to enter your home. ' ^ , In. U * You (Jo not need tp hesitate to ASK FOR CREDENTIALS— Any representative from a local busi- nefs firm calling on you will have credentials and they welcome s,ucli inquiry— that is why they »rt to carry cards. tfoej uqt hay? proper the sheriffs as this with ui the Peddler tells lion seircheaper'^because «x> direct from the factory ciit put/ many unnecessary profits/'" No.l Commission^ Paidiif Advance At Your Door Branch Manager receives No. 2 Commission on all orders in his territory, ;, . •••' ;, Divisional Manager receives No. 3 Commission on all orders in his division in addition to a sal- Sectional Manager receives No. 4 Commission on all orders taken in his in P<V ; ''-M) • a and The Factory and Com pany Executive* draw down large 8«tarie» in Ji'M?i; w to all otter H«uu uf Truth About Buying That Every Woman Should Know /'A very careful •nalysis of the comparative values of .number of lines of goods sold both through stores and by canvassers causes me to say that there is absolutely no question but that women who buy from stores receive more for their money." . u ''Exceedingly plausible sales talks have caused many women to hold the erroneous and costly belief that they can buy more cheaply from, agents than from retail stores." : , t' rh " y * re '* Ive ? th * '''^Pn^ion that goods sold at the door cost less because a number of profits are wiped out. What they are not told is that the commission paid the canvasser is of necessity much larger than the regular profit of the merchant." "All investigations show, and any woman who will investigate can prove it for herself that dollar lot dollar, the retail store gives the greater value. —ALFRED P. HAAKE, Ph. D. One time Protestor of Economics, University of Wisconsin. Director of Research— The Simmons Company— _ National Authority of Distribution. Tk. COPT u MUliud *n thto p*c. v npporU In M«U tte itste- •ent of coBmlMloiu paid th* P«ldlc.» on «h. »n l«»d XKTOfi *rvm % m EASY $ pl«»dj IEPRESENUTIVES T IECEIVE 60- INCREAS IN PROFIT SHARIN I to t4552 Tailo salesmen niake [extra sales/ BlueSergeSutte Over 15,OOO,OOO Auto O sier to sp f f o Boy *A« AUTO HAT RACK it st —quick luroovtr -tiff pro/Hi biulmt AGENTS Cold Uif AGENTS INCBBASB YOUR PROWS ^aA'^'-aag '•^'A f t %fel^ H ' -'A-, :-«& > • '- TkS»A»A'^«.^-^L M ^^Ml^*^^^^^'^*^^

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