Walking through one of our large dry-goods stores in Boston the other day, I observed how each of the clerks seemed to be on the alert to attract and please their customers. They appeared to have an individual interest and responsibility in selling their goods; and although there were probably about two hundred of them, there was no confusion, collision or rivalry.
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