JAMES W. BECK
James W. Beck is now selling a patent cuff fastener, invented by L. A. Stillwagon. (Greencastle Banner., Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, April 9, 1885; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
GILL & SHERRILL
A new automobile concern will be located in Cloverdale in the near future. The concern will be owned and operated by W. E. Gill and Ott Sherrill. They will occpy the room now occupied by the Bank of Cloverdale and will move in just as soon as the bank vacates and moves to their new headquarters in the new brick block. Gill & Sherrill have taken the agency for the Ford and have Taylor, Jennings and Jackson townships in Owen county, west part of Morgan county and Mill Creek township in Putnam county as their territory. No repair department will be run in connection with the sales room. A car load of six automobiles was received this week and have been stored in different ware rooms in town.--Cloverdale Graphic. (Herald-Democrat., Greencastle, Indiana, Friday, December 26, 1913, Vol. 7, No., 47; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
The BANNER office is turning out some elegant job work, the handiwork of that typograpical artist, J. C. Wentworth. If you want something nice in the way of cards, note heads, letter heads, statements, or bill heads, call on us. The best material and work at fair prices. (Greencastle Banner., Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, April 9, 1885; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
GREENCASTLE IRON AND NAIL FACTORY
It affords us much pleasure to announce that Greencastle is to have an Iron and Nail Factory. The company formed for that purpose, completed its organization last week by the election of the following officers, and is to be known as the Greencastle Iron and Nail Company: President--J. F. Darnall; Sec. and Treasurer--A. S. Bryant; Directors--F. P. Nelson, R. M. Hazlett, Wm. Bridges, John Lundy, Samuel Catherwood, A. M. Lockridge and O. P. Badger. Stock to the amount of $60,000 has been taken to commence with, and the stockholders are composed of our most wealthy and responsible citizens. The factory will be located on the Indianapolis and Terre Haute Railroad, not far from the depot, and it is proposed to commene work immediately and have the establishment running by the first of January. This looks like business, and shows that Putnam county contains men who have the enterprise to make Greencastle occupy the position in the commercial world that her natural position entitles her to. The Nail Factory is but the neuclus around which will gather enterprises of a similar kind, and we expect that before many years have elapsed our population, our wealth and our prosperity will have increased many times. With railroads extending to every part of the State, with turnpikes reaching far out into the country; good health, good schools, numerous churches and enterprising citizens, why should Greencastle occupy a secondary place to any other inland town in the State?--All we want to make us secure in our prosperity is manufactories, and there is every reason to believe that, now the work has commenced, we will speedily have these. (Putnam Republican Banner, Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, July 4, 1867; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
MRS. JENNIE JOHNS CLEANING AND PRESSING
Mrs. Jennie Johns will move her Cleaning and Pressing establishment from the Prevo building to the building owned by Mrs. E. B. Evans. (Herald-Democrat., Greencastle, Indiana, Friday, December 26, 1913, Vol. 7, No., 47; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
J. L. Holloway, proprietor of the Model Laundry, will attend the Laundrymen's State convention to be held in Indianapolis Monday and Tuesday of next week. (Greencastle Herald, Greencastle, Indiana, vol. 6, no. 10, Thursday, April 11, 1912; Transcribed and Contributed by SallyH)
Louis Morrison has purchased the hardware and grocery stock of L. L. Runyan and will move it to his new room in the new brick block as soon as completed. Mr. Morrison takes possession the first of January and will enlarge the stock in various ways. Mr Morrison will have a manager for the store but no definite arrangements have been made yet.--Cloverdale Graphic. (Herald-Democrat., Greencastle, Indiana, Friday, December 26, 1913, Vol. 7, No., 47; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
At the meeting of the stockholders of the PleZee Company, held Monday afternoon, all the officers were re-elected. Those who were re-elected were: President, G. W. Bence; vice-President, H. M. Smith; Treasurer, J. F. Cannon; Secretary, C. C. Gautier. Nine directors as follow were chosen: W. L. Denman, G. W. Bence, C. C. Gautier, H. M. Smith, Frank Stebbins, J M. Truitt, J. F. Cannon, W. M. Houck and J. A. Houck. (Star-Democrat, vol. 7, no. 18, Greencastle, Indiana, Friday, May 26, 1911; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
DR. A. L. PRESTON
Dr. A. L. Preston has began the practice of his profession here, and has opened an office over F. A. Hays' store. (Greencastle Banner., Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, April 9, 1885; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
JOHN RILEY, THE SOUTH END MERCHANT, ENLARGES STORE.
John Riley, the south end second-hand store proprietor, has enlarged his business by purchasing the second hand business conducted by George Cotton. The Cotton stock is being removed to Mr. Riley's store in south Greencastle. (Greencastle Daily Herald., Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, January 1, 1914; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
Riley's New and Second Hand Store
Full line of Household Goods.
Stoves and Furniture repaired. Also gstorage for goods.
Phone 134. No. 719-19½-23-25 South Main street.
(Greencastle Daily Herald., Greencastle, Indiana, Thursday, January 1, 1914; Contributed and Typed by SallyH)
SIDDONS HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHING
Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing.
T. J. SIDDONS is still at the old stand, and will give prompt attention to horse shoeing and all other work in the blacksmithing line. (The Greencastle Star., Greencastle, Indiana, December 24, 1881, vol. 9, no. 36; Transcribed by SallyH)
SMEDLEY WAGON SHOP
A. J. SMEDLEY Has leased the wagon shop formerly occupied by Mr. James Gifford, on East Washington St., opposite the Catholic Church, and will keep on hand or make to order wagons of all descriptions in the best possible manner. Wagons and carriages
Promptly, at reasonable prices. Twenty years' experience in Greencastle insures customers the best material and work. (The Greencastle Star., Greencastle, Indiana, December 24, 1881, vol. 9, no. 36; Transcribed by SallyH)
STILLWAGON & STRATTAN
Stillwagon & Strattan are offering special inducements to those who want the best furniture at the lowest prices. It will pay those who live in adjoining counties to visit this house. (Greencastle Banner, Greencastle, Indiana, vol. 35, no. 13, Thursday, March 31, 1887; Transcribed and Contributed by SallyH)