Small Broadside advertising the New Headquarters of W. H. Morrison's General Store in Waynesboro, Pa. W. H. Morrison.

Small Broadside advertising the New Headquarters of W. H. Morrison's General Store in Waynesboro, Pa.

Waynesboro, Pa. W. Dice Forney, Job Print. 1890. Broadside; 18.5 x 9.5 cm. W. H. Morrison announced that he had opened a general merchandise store at the northeast corner of Main and Leitersburg streets (the latter now Potomac Ave.). He offered "Staple And Fancy Groceries," flour, feed, confectionery, fruit, cigarettes, cigars and tobacco, "and a full line of green groceries." He accepted country produce in exchange for goods and offered free delivery by wagon to any part of Waynesboro. No date of publication. A William Dice Forney of Waynesboro died in 1890 or 1892. In Very Good Condition: chip out of upper edge; light creasing; upper edge darkened; otherwise, clean and bright. Very Good. Item #006794

Price: $35.00

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