Business: Huyler's

Long ago when little Manhattan girls—they wore flounces and frilly ribbons then—wanted peppermint drops they went to Huyler's confectionery store. Little boys, in Eton collars, went there too, for their lemon drop's and stick candy. Then as the children grew up and migrated, Huyler's stores followed them, to all the important cities east of the Mississippi. A box of Huyler's candies ("A Token of Good Taste") is still the thing to buy, to present. Now David A. Schulte, arch-retailer, owns the stores, having bought them last week from Banker Rudolph S. Hecht of New...

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