The old pictures of long ago tell a story all their own. Here is great old picture made in March 1911.
The announcement in The Crittenden Press reads: New Shop New Man. Al Easley has taken charge of the Adams shop on north College Street, and will be ready for all kinds of repair work, blacksmithing and horse shoeing.
He is a good workman and guarantees satisfaction in all departments. Give him a trial.
People in picture: Elbert Guess shoeing horse on left, Hugh Driver holding horse, Al Easley shoeing horse on right. Others not identified.