And the candy-store was next door; the butterscotch they sold there!
Don't I have to go look at that candy-store property in Akron?
Didn't you humiliate me before a crowd of people in a candy-store?
In the Greek candy-store was the whine of a peanut-roaster, and the oily smell of nuts.
She was then, Ted planned, to park the car in front of the candy-store across from the Armory and he would pick it up.
There is no more sin in publishing an entire volume of nonsense than there is in keeping a candy-store with no hardware in it.
I had an awful time, momma—like to starved—would have, only for clerkin' in a candy-store.
On their way many of them paid a visit to the candy-store, and while they were playing they munched candy.
I stood up against the wood-box and looked at that seat, as a boy looks at a jar of peppermint-drops in a candy-store window.
Or, on their evening walks, Mary Lou would glance in the candy-store window.