Had a relatively new gas range that had been repaired once already for not staying on temp. James came out & adjusted it. It works now and now I dont have to buy a new stove!That really makes me happy because I use my stove non-stop to bake & can & I really like it. Service was quick & affordable.
Great people. Tons of stuff for a small town store. Worth stopping in to check out.
Very helpful if you're an average Joe and aren't real sure of exactly what you need.
Before the turn of the century Harlo Pelton's General Store and living quarters occupied this site. In 1901 George "Ed" Hopps bought and replaced the store with this two story brick building. He also build the first brick house to the north. The bricks came from Weldon kiln located northeast of Kingston. In 1913 Mr. Hopps sold to Francis Dutcher. Mr. Duther sold to Arthur Bates. In 1923 Mr. Bates sold the business to John Barden Sr. After his death in 1973, his sons, John Jr. and Don ran the business. Today three generations of Bardens, John Jr., his son Tim, and Tim's son James continue the business.