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Re: Was there a Hite who was a pharmacist?
Posted by: R.W.Bennett Date: September 19, 2000 at 19:49:07
In Reply to: Was there a Hite who was a pharmacist? by Kenneth L. Gray of 657

I am not to shure on how this came about but there was a Drug store near the Court House that changed hands about 1910 and became known as the " Court House Drug Store " it was also known as " The Penslar Store " They sold almost every thing that the general stores sold . Check with the Rush Co Library , I think that the last owner was V.H. McConnell. They may be able to give you some of the names from that time , I do remember the Hite name but can't place where

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