Monday, June 30, 2014

1914 Newspaper ads from The Sutton News

Newspaper ads from the old newspapers are good for identifying some of the businesses of the past but better yet, they provide an insight into what kinds of things were believed to attract consumers.

There were other jewelers who are better known today.

It appears Henry was in business quite a while

Of course, J. M. Gray Lumber was on the west side of Way Avenue north of the
railroad tracks.

Banking was a volatile business in the early teens.

And here is a tip for washing those $#%@! disks in the cream separators.
Never could be sure you'd done a good job of it.

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