Famous General Stores That Are Worth Stopping For

Forget big box stores -- these American classics have everything you need in one place
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20 famous general stores that are worth stopping for

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Originally built in 1882, the Original Mast General Store drummed up business with the cheerful slogan: "We sell “goods for the living; coffins and caskets for the dead.”

That's their unique way of saying they've got everything a person could need, dead or alive. The store sells modern wares such as camping gear and books, as well as old-timey apothecary items.

The store also hasn't been hit by inflation; you can still get a cup for coffee there for 5 cents.

Click here for 23 famous general stores that are worth stopping for.

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