The Pottery & Glass Salesman Volume 5

The Pottery & Glass Salesman Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...Hem' 8' _Cis pmfingi $11131 5 own in the same oflice, footed bowllls in-i ar. Samples of _two large the comm" iigre recently received from lines and ail) th arry Bortz, carrying these at Pittsbur h at f.l-Hoare & Co., was g the early part of this week and will work the western end of the State before returning to this city, which will be in a few weeks. HONESDALE, PA. Things look brighter here than they ever looked before at this time of the year. This is the right way to start a trade report. In 18-10 some of the inhabitants of Honesdale rushed to the gold fields. Around 1899 many of them rushed into the glass business. Most of the former have come back, but none of the latter so far as weknow. Among the several classes of people in this toivn two were prominent formerlypeople who cut glass and those who bought it. These two classes could have been merged into one in the last census report. They are all now engaged directly or iiidirectly in cutting glass. Everybody's doing it, doing it, doing it. And it never seems to be too mucli--hardly ever enough. WASHINGTON The National Commercial Conference called at the request of President Taft, which is to be held here on April 22, promises to be well attended. Mercantile bodies in all parts of the United States and in the American colonies have signified their intention of sending representatives. It will be the largest representative gathering of commercial bodies ever held in this country. A. H. Baldwin, Chief of the'Bureau of Manufactures of the Department of Commerce and Labor, is working hard to make the conference a success Among the traveling men to be seen around town last week were: A. F. Tepe, representing H. C. Edmistoii; Mr. VVilliamson, of the more

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  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 349g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236941950
  • 9781236941954