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"Sounds like the prelude of an address before a boomsters 'club."
Of course, there are speculators and real-estate boomsters who gamble with our earnings, but their job is not as easy as it looks.
A'm none of y'r immigration boomsters who goes in a Pullman car, then tells the world all about -- Now, which way to y'r Missionary
The public who buy get rich value for their outlay; the chief pushers and boomsters get an advertisement after their own hearts; and the folk who genuinely but unwillingly contribute, without any return of any kind, are authors whose market is disturbed and booksellers who, partly intimidated and partly from good nature, handle the favoured book on wholesale terms barely profitable.
But "-- with an inspiration --" why don't he go to one of these big-bug boomsters he knows -- that he got letters of introduction to -- and get him to fix him up? "