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yet another Dollar General take

In Scottsville, Kentucky at the dawn of World War 2 the market for “selling the good stuff to rich folks” was already taken, so J. L. Turner and Sons sold “the cheap stuff to the poor folks” instead. For the first 16 years of its life, the budding enterprise trafficked in close-out merchandise, first as […]

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