Business: Business Notes, Aug. 23, 1926

Fords, Bulgars. The Ford Motor Co. is reported to have privately offered a loan of $5,000,000 to the Bulgarian government with which to build roads, and to have secured the concession to open a motor car factory in Sofia. Thus the Bulgars will have double incitement to buy Fords, often jocosely called "road bugs," for pleasant travel in their craggy country.

Fashions. The U. S. salesman of the highest ton, who perforce must voyage among the Latin Americans, will— BE AFFABLE and polite.

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