The Clifton General Store
What is a small town without a general store? Originally this was a wood frame building. On March 9, 1930, a fire broke out in the feed room of the Weaver's General Store and threatened many of the buildings in Clifton. The Buckley Store, post office and railroad station were spared, but Weaver's store and residence were destroyed. Within two years, the store was rebuilt and has been a general and grocery store ever since. Today's Clifton General Store still operates in a manner appropriate to a small town with roots firmly planted in the nineteenth century. It is open everyday, and sells everything from toilet paper and milk to hot coffee and a freshly grilled bacon cheeseburger. If you can make it to Clifton, stop in to share a cup of freshly ground coffee with the locals and be prepared to receive some free advice from the cook.