Following is a sprinkling of advertisement I found interesting in the local newspaper in the early 1900s. Silas Fowler seemed to be a jack-of-all-trades, this time advertising the sale on shoes, but other ads would show groceries and other dry goods. Grover and Finlan had the latest and greatest in washing machines and the Studebaker wagon, while Dr. Ford E. Smith would advertise the latest equipment and procedures available in regards to dentistry. Enjoy . . .