|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
| Allan McDonald|
In the short period of eleven years and each year increasing its volume of business, until now a flourishing and successful business has materialized, the firm of Brault & McDonald has demonstrated to the public of Cornwall and vicinity that by energetic management and good service it leads all local dry goods establishments.
The Mail Order Department of this firm gives prompt service to out-of-town customers. A feature of this department is that mail and express charges are prepaid within a radius of twenty miles. The large stock carried and divided into the following departments is selected with the requirements of the public always firstly considered: Dress goods, silks, blouses, corsets, hosiery, gloves, house furnishings and men's furnishings.
Mr. Brault and Mr. McDonald are personally very popular with the trade, their courteous treatment and fair dealing with the public having had not a little to do with their success in business. Mr. James Fagan, head clerk, is reputed to be one of the best salesmen in Eastern Ontario in the particular lines which are carried by Brault & McDonald.
Farmers and Cheese Board patrons generally would do well to give this store (indisputably the best of its kind in Cornwall), their business. They are always assured of a hearty welcome, with noobligation to buy. Showing their goods is no trouble, but a pleasure, to Brault & McDonald.
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