So what does everyone think about this? CENTER TWP — The Bon Ton store in the Clearview Mall will be filled with farm equipment. Rural King, headquartered in Mattoon, Ill., will become one of the mall’s anchor stores when the Bon Ton closes this month. The Clearview Mall, which is owned by J.J. Gumberg Co., has more than 60 stores. Bon Ton, Boscov’s, JCPenney, Sears, Dick’s Sporting Goods and T.J. Maxx are the largest stores. However, the Bon Ton is in the final month of its lease at the mall, and is clearing out the remainder of its inventory. When it’s gone, the farm supply store will move in. “Rural King will take the space previously occupied by Bon Ton,” said Mara Mrvos, a spokeswoman for J. J. Gumberg, in an e-mail. Mrvos offered no other information on the new store. It is unknown when Rural King will open. Calls to the company and the Clearview Mall management were not returned this week. Rural King has 76 stores in 10 states, according to its website. Its lone store in Pennsylvania is in Connellsville south of Pittsburgh. Merchandise it sells includes agricultural and automotive equipment, hardware, lawn and garden supplies and houseware.