These packages were hung up over the counters of all country stores.
The paper was the white ruled variety, to be found in country stores, but the penmanship was clear and business-like.
Country stores arose, land speculators appeared, and continental paper money became a circulating medium.
His hard-riders were confined in their depredations mainly to the plunder of the country stores on their route.
The settlers fought the Indians, and made use of the wild creatures for clothing and food, and to sell at the country stores.
Eggs, cheese, butter and pork were bartered at the country stores for West India goods.
Included in the premises are two churches, a gambling-house, a couple of country stores, and a post-office.
A common practice—less common in the North than formerly—is the payment of bills at country stores in produce.
These shops were not unlike our New England country stores in their combined odors and confused incapabilities.
Bill and Tom have been humble and hard-working yeggmen, never tackling anything bigger than country stores and farmers' flivvers.