|Ads from the first issue|
Harry C. Brown, Insurance
Robinson Ice and Milling, Co., A. N. Link. The Link family came from Paris a few years preceding the oil boom.
The Hub Clothing Store, owned by Fred Mills and Jesse Sheets.
Olwin’s Shoe Store, owned by C. H. Olwin.
Robinson Motor Car Company.
Clyde Lee Fife, Furniture. Shortly after the close of the war, Fife sold his store to Charles Spencer of Bridgeport, who continued the business. The Fife store occupied a large brick building east of the jail. After the sale of the business Mr. Fife went back into evangelistic work.
Strand Theatre, on the north side of West Main.
Laus Hardware — Vacuum Cups, Tires.
Good Clothes Shop - Hot Weather Cape, green, brown, blue, fancy silks, novelty plaids and checks, $1;50
Newlin-Bradley -- Palm Beach Pants
L. S. Heath & sons - South Jackson. Purity Ice Cream, Cloverdale Creamery, Fresh Buttermilk
Globe Store - Goseard Corsets
G. R. Clark announces opening of new electric shop
Berry, the Grocer. Pure Cane Sugar 100 lb. sack,$9.75, 3 sacks Mail Pouch 25 cents, Coffee $3.00 lb.
Blue work shirts, 79 cents, Overalls, 98 cents, dozen lemons, 25 cents, package macaroni, 7 cents.
Faucett & Apple Dry Goods Company, Woman's Clothes for the Fourth.
Auto Service Station, E. W. Ferris, 115 N. Cross. Spark Plugs, 50 cents, Westinghouse Electric Iron, $4.25.
Bronewiek Tires & Tubes, in test before wearing down to fabric, Charles W. Ross, 115 S. Cross
Unveiling of the Honor Roll for the soldiers of this city. An all day and evening celebration held at City Park. Four bands including IOOF, Oblong, Palestine and First Regiment Band of Terre Haute will furnish music.
Boom Store — June Sale. Gingham house dresses and aprons $1.75 grade for $1.50. Ladies pumps $3.45.
Robinson Steam Laundry. New machinery. Family washing at 7 cents per pound. Work called for and delivered free. E. 0, Winteringer, 209 East Main.