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Subject: Re: [IAFREMON] No. 24 TRENDS: Eggs, huckster,produce -- the picture is changing
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 16:03:19 -0000
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THE FREMONT COUNTY SUN. May 4, 1893. "Anderson News". -- There are two or three huckster wagons from Randolph running the roads near here, for eggs, and distributing groceries and other goods. Now, no one has a better right to the roads, or the patronage of the people along them, than the Randolph merchants. If the people living nearer Anderson than Randolph wish to starve out every and all effort to build up a trade, and grow a town that shall command the attention of business men, it is to the individual interest of the Randolph merchant to take advantage of such stupidity. But if people whose trade, travel and locality considered, naturally, would come to Anderson wish to encourage business men here, they must give them their support, by selling to them as well as buying of them. Patronize the Anderson egg and grocery wagon, and Randolph hucksters will surrender the territory tributary to Anderson.
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