Trade; A Journal for Retail Merchants Volume 16

Trade; A Journal for Retail Merchants Volume 16

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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. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...favor of an advance rather than a decline. From the fact that one or two packers are sold out and others are off the market waiting In his comments on the prospects for Brazil's coffee market, one of the largest Eastern importers states that "Consuming markets which have been unable to draw supplies from Santos since the middle of March, are gradually using up the supplies they previously obtained, which accounts for the firmness of holders, who expect to and probably will find an outlet for part of their holdings at full prices between now and the end of next month. Rio coffees, on the other hand, especially the high grades, for which there is hardly any trade demand in this country, show positive signs of weakness, although the receipts at Rio are as yet very small, and the stock at that port has rarely been as small as now. But everybody knows that a large Rio crop is to be marketed, and that this kind of coffee does not meet with the same favor as in former years." buying.--Strohmeyer & Arpe Co., New York. i Customer-Give me 3 bottle of Dopem's stomach bitters. Druggist---We haven't it in stock, madam, but here's something just as l: -ad.--Cleveland Leader. to stock your shelves with Teas that will not sell and do without "SAl.AlIll" the quick seller. want--the Tea that everybody drinks. The Tea your customers Give your orders to any jobbing salesman and watch your Tea sales grow. Being sure of his accounts has proven almost an impossibility, particularly with the merchants whose trade is among that cI3.Ss of consumers who own nothing but the personal propcrty in their houses. Under the laws of practically all States consumers of this class are unreachable. Some fcw States provide a way more

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  • English
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