The mark consists of the WORDS & LETTERS - "DUBLIN GENERAL STORE", value variety service "SINCE" - NUMBERS - "1935". The actual design is outlined by a half circle that converts in a cylinder/tube like design half way and strategically surrounds the words "DUBLIN GENERAL STORE". The cylinder/tube like design comes around both sides of the phrase "DUBLIN GENERAL STORE" stopping underneath the word "Dublin" and specifically underneath the letter "I" and underneath the word "STORE" and specifically underneath the letter "T". The outline drops down on both sides rounding off the corners and continuing into a straight line giving the appearance of a continuous and completed design. Within the outline described above there is a design of an old style wooden country-style general store building. This is an artistic drawing of the "Dublin General Store" as it originally existed. The structure is made of wood and includes a semienclosed front porch. Above the front porch there is a roof supported by wooden columns on each side of the structure. There are two windows about 3 feet apart from each other on the top front of the structure and right above the front porch roof. There are also a few windows on the front lower part of the structure/store on each side. The bottom level of the structure also includes the front entrance door. In front of the store are 2 old fashioned gas pumps and a high standing pole with a sign. Below the drawing of the store there are the words "DUBLIN GENERAL STORE". Underneath the words "DUBLIN GENERAL STORE" appear the words "Value Variety Service" each separated by a dot. The lettering is in back with a white background, the store is in black and white, and the store background is in back.
"GENERAL STORE, SINCE 1935, VALUE, VARIETY, AND SERVICE"
The color(s) black and white is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.
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