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PEOPLE TALK ABOUT ALMOST EVERYTHING? If talking only could accomplish results, what a lovely thing it would be to meet and get the neces= sary funds to build up this • f , * Greater Newark!! \ . . . • • The Newark that 1 picture before me and I like to see during my life on earth, AS IT SHOULD BE. A GREATER NEWARK, beautiful from every point of view. I anticipated when I began to go in the Real Estate Business, on Jan. 9,1900. - LET THE DEAD REST, BET WHILE VOE ARE HERE BE ALIVE and give your entire strength and ambition* if you have any, to make this city THE SPOT in the United States that you and all the citizens' of the United States can point their finger at by saying NEWARK, N. J., is the place where 1 want to live. NEWARK, N. J., is the place where I want to manufacture. NEWARK, N. J., is the place where I want to work. NEWARK, N. J., is the place where I want to invest my money. NEWARK, N. J., is the pl^ce where I want to help to build up and make it still greater. , _ x ;|j NEWARK, N. J., is the place where I want to §pend my life, socially, com mercially and religiously. NEWARK, N. J., is the place where I am contented, and that is my feeling to ward Newark, to be called soon the Greater Newark. Is it yours? If so, join me and come together, so that we will all be proud to come from the Greater Newark, N. J.