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WALTER S. BRITTON - Druggist


Source: Unknown newspaper

Walter S. Britton, druggist, of the firm of Britton & Brewer, the leading drug firm of Waynetown, was born in Montgomery county, February 29, 1852, and is the son of John and Sarah Britton. His parents came from Butler county, Ohio, and settled in this county about 1835. Mr. Britton had the common school education, and attended about one year at Wabash College. He first began clerking in a drug store, in 1868, for the firm of Moffatt & Brewer, Crawfordsville, continuing there about eleven years, and spending one year with his brother, Judge Britton, in real estate business. November 19, 1878, he began the drug business at Waynetown with his present partner. Mr. Britton has made his own way in the world, and has been quite successful. He keeps a full stock of drugs, school books, wall paper and druggist's sundries. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias, and is a democrat. Mr. Britton is an industrious, energetic, respectable young man, and deserves the continued and increased support of the people of this community.


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