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HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD
 
HALL BROTHERS

   Frank J. Hall
Frank J. HalltWO years ago, the business formerly owned and operated by N. Turner and Son was purchased by the Hall Brothers, F. J. and F. P. Hall, grandsons of the late Judge Pringle, and both old Cornwall boys.
       The stock carried is of the most comprehensive nature, and includes all kinds of shelf and heavy hardware. The finest building hardware is always in stock, including glass, putty, paints, oils, roofing, etc., the Hall Brothers being agents for such well-known firms as The Canadian Yale and Towne, International Varnish Co., Sherwin Williams Paint Co., Ruberoid Roofing, etc., etc. Farmers, blacksmiths and townsmen find that they can get what they want in the way of general hardware, bar iron and steel, sporting goods of all kinds, ropes, cordages and binder twine, from experienced hardware men, F. J. Hall having had ten years' experience as accountant and head storekeeper for the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., of Trail, B.C.

   Farrand P. Hall
Farrand P. Hall
While F. P. Hall has been a hardware man ever since he left school, about twenty years ago, he having thoroughly acquired the extensive knowledge necessary to make a successful hardware salesman while working for such firms as Rice Lewis, of Toronto; Lewis Bros., of Montreal; Wallbridge, of Buffalo, etc., and therefore the Hall Brothers, as a firm, are well qualified to carry on the business that, for nearly half a century, has been associated with hardware and honest dealing in Cornwall in a manner that will convince their many patrons that these old Cornwall boys know their business and intend to live up to their slogan: "No transaction is complete with us until you are satisfied."

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