Why Should We Worry?, Daily Racing Form, 1918-08-02


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WHY SHOULD WE WORRY Do we realize that our manufacturer four years ago turned out more than 24000000000 of goods exceeding the output of any other two countries and that these prodigious figures have since swelled to an aggregate of 35000000000 a year yearTnrn Tnrn from the products of our factories and con ¬ template the jirodiicts of the soil with an estimate ° f a winter wheat crop this year of nearly 000000 000 bushels or almost 50 per cent more than the crop of last year and the promise of an equal increase In spring wheat with corn oats and cotton indicating the normal average Why should we worry worryChairman Chairman Jay of tlic Federal Reserve Bank says that business and manufacturing now are as near maximum capacity as restricted supplies of raw material and lalwr will permit The government is absorbing our industrial products at an increasing ratio collections are good traffic on the railroads moving more smoothly the money volume of the lry goods movement large anl buyers eager to se eiire their supplies suppliesLalwir Lalwir highly plid Enjoying rare prosperity has in ¬ creased its puichasiiij powor aad created an army of new investors which still remains tobe counted 1 repeat wliy should we worry Leslies

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