The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 3
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DALLAS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION 3
Were you one of the 25,000 Southwestern mer-
chants who visited the Dallas market during 1927?
If so, this advertisement is not of especial interest to
you. You already know that the Dallas whole-
salers and manufacturers have merchandise that
compares in quality and price with any other mar-
ket in the world. You further know of the quick
delivery, complete stocks, variety, courtesy and all
the other features that influenced the Southwest-
ern merchants to spend more than one billion dol-
lars in the Dallas market during 1927, with the
wholesalers and manufacturers.
If you are not one of these it will pay you to make
one visit to the market. If you do that we will
register you as a regular visitor., We know you
will be one.
For further details as to why Dallas is the leading
manufacturing and distributing center of the
Dallas Manufacturers' Association
Dallas Wholesale Merchants'Association
Chamber of Commerce Building
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