Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 92

The following is an excerpt from the booklet Illustrated Hudson, N.Y., published in 1905.

WM. J. McCUNE--Dealer in Groceries and Provisions. 101 Warren street. In a general review of the city of Hudson we take pleasure in calling attention to the business of Mr. Wm. J. McCune, which has been established here for ten years, and which has always held a leading place among the business houses of this kind in the city. The stock carried and the trade done is a large one, and therefore the quality of his goods is always fresh, being continually renewed to fill up the vacancies of the day's sales. He carries everything connected with a first-class business of this nature, and the most exacting housewife can always find what she desires here without going any farther. The large business done gives employment to four people, and free delivery is made at all times, for which purpose two wagons are constantly engaged. Mr. McCune is a hustler in the business and takes a great interest in all that is for the good of Hudson.

101 Warren Street today--Sam's Market & Deli

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