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Ohio landmark will soon be reduced to memories

November 1, 2013

    A local landmark will shutter its doors come late December.
    The  J & J Butler General Store, located just across the state line in Willshire, Ohio, is officially going out of business after 28 years of dedicated small-town service.
    The corner store, located at the town’s only traffic signal just off U.S. 33, was started by Joe Butler in 1985.
     “I was out of a job then, and I had the chance to get the land really cheap,” Butler said recently. “So I bought it and built the store.”
    Joe and his wife Judy (thus the J & J) ran the store together for 18 years. Judy ran the cash register while her husband handled finances and managed the business.
    For the complete story, see today's print or online editions.
 

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