Cut to two elderly men in rocking chairs on the porch of a country store.
First a country store; then a saloon begins to make its pestilential influence felt.
The most primitive among these institutions is the country store.
Here he went to school, was clerk in a country store, and was employed in the first cotton factory built in that State.
When only thirteen years old he became a clerk in a country store.
The tavern originally had two long wings, in one of which was kept a country store.
The country store, in most new settlements, is the resort of story-tellers.
There was never yet a country store without cheese and crackers.
The stage is arranged as a country store and post-office in one.
For ordinary use the powdered spices, which may be obtained at almost any country store, answer every purpose.