The Press: Growing Corn

The sun and the moon do not shine in the same sky. What use has the sun for the moon, which can grow no corn?

Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar Curtis is one of the major luminaries of the publishing world. He did for publishing much what Cyrus H. McCormick did for farming—industrialized a comparatively unorganized business. Having had unimagined success with The Saturday Evening Post and The Ladies' Home Journal, Mr. Curtis turned to newspapers. First he took the two Public Ledgers (morning and evening) of Philadelphia. Last January he reached out to Manhattan...

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