Home Bookkeeping for the Thrifty (Google eBook)

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H. M. Rowe Company, 1917 - Home economics - 98 pages
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Page 17 - THRIFT Without me no man has ever achieved success, nor has any nation ever become great. I have been the bedrock of every successful career, and the cornerstone of every fortune. All the world knows me and most of the world heeds my warning. The poor may have me as well as the rich. My power is limitless, my application boundless. He who possesses me has contentment in the present and surety for the future.
Page 18 - I have been the bedrock of every successful career, and the cornerstone of every fortune. All the world knows me and most of the world heeds my warning. The poor may have me as well as the rich. My power is limitless, my application boundless. He who possesses me has contentment in the present and surety for the future. I am of greater value than pearls, rubies and diamonds. Once you have me, no man can take me away. I lift my possessor to higher planes of living, increase his earning power, and...
Page 18 - ... achieved success, nor has any nation ever become great. I have been the bedrock of every successful career, and the cornerstone of every fortune. All the world knows me and most of the world heeds my warning. The poor may have me as well as the rich. My power is limitless, my application boundless. He who possesses me has contentment in the present and surety for the future. I am of greater value than pearls, rubies and diamonds. Once you have me, no man can lake me away.
Page 18 - ... present and surety for the future. I am of greater value than pearls, rubies, and diamonds. Once you have me, no man can take me away. I lift my possessor to higher planes of living, increase his earning power, and bring to realization the hopes of his life. I make a man well dressed, well housed, and well fed. I insure absolutely against the rainy day. I drive want and doubt and care away. I guarantee those who possess me prosperity and success. I have exalted those of low degree, and those...
Page 15 - Extravagance rots character; train youth away from it. On the other hand, the habit of saving money, while it stiffens the will, also brightens the energies. If you would be sure that you are beginning right, begin to save.
Page 60 - These reports, summarized so as to show the balance at the beginning of the month, the receipts and expenditures during the month, and the balance at the end of the month, reveal immediately any tendency on the part of an institution to exceed its appropriations.
Page 38 - The falsework was seven stories high in the middle and had sway bracing between the first and second, the third and fourth and the fifth and sixth posts.
Page 59 - The maker is the party who signs the note. The payee is the party to whom the money is to be paid.
Page 102 - BOOK ON THE DATE DUE. THE PENALTY WILL INCREASE TO SO CENTS ON THE FOURTH DAY AND TO ii.OO ON THE SEVENTH DAY OVERDUE. «r REC^ 4JX ;•t•.? AUG 2t MAR 6 '1910 MAK as '4(5 JUN 17 1940 .fl£^ MAR-7196B24 REC'D ID fEB...
Page 17 - If you want to be anything in life or in your community, save your money — and begin to do it right away.

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