THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY--603 Warren street. In the general history of business successes of this country there is no line of retail stores that have attained a greater degree of fame in the years in which it has been in operation than that of the GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, with its 265 stores scattered throughout the length and breath of the land. The teas, coffees, spices, groceries and other specialties are of the purest and best, and owing to the company's facilities for purchasing in large quantities and their being manufacturers and growers of many of the products which they handle, they are thereby able to sell at the lowest margin of profit.
The Hudson branch of this firm has been established here for twenty-five years, and is one of the finest houses of the many which this firm owns. The store is centrally located, and the stock is attractively displayed at all times. Eight clerks are constantly employed, while three wagons deliver and travel the immediate territory. The business at this location is under the able management of Mr. J. H. Buck, and under his executive ability the trade of the house has greatly increased.
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