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Lewis & Company History: An Enviable Record

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Eventually, they went to Trenton and established a furnishing store, handling everything of a general mercantile nature such as clothing, food, wagons, farm supplies, firearms - just nearly everything that was needed by the growing agriculturally oriented community. Merchandise was received by river boat primarily from St. Louis and New Orleans. Trenton, at that time, was a thriving little river port and served as a forwarding point for shipment by ox wagons to such inland towns as Winnfield, Vienna, Homer and Athens.

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