The Press: Clipping Business

In 1916 those persons who paid The Original Henry Romeike Press Clipping Bureau for the service of seeing their names in print, began to observe a new slogan on the little colored slips to which each clipping is pasted. It read: "Be Sure It's Henry. Other Romeikes May Disappoint." Contrary to the implication, there was not a long list of Romeikes to confuse the unwary clipping client. The bitter warning was raised solely against the late Henry's brother Albert who had gone into business for himself two years earlier following sharp disagreements with...

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