Cooper's Drug Store, run by father and then son, is large part of the village's history; eventually becoming Fenton's Drug store in later years. Following are a few articles found in The Fowlerville Review in 1880 issues:
Dr. A.W. Cooper has just completed and placed in his office a very fine piece of furniture in the shape of a book case. 'Twill add greatly to the appearance of the office and is a credit to the building, S.S. Abbott.
Dr. A.W. Cooper lost a horse on Wednesday from colic.
Dr. A.W. Cooper has been appointed medical examiner in this village for the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.