Jones and Co. Blacksmithing around 1900s.
Photo Book 3
One of the turn of the century businesses on West Main St. where NAPA is now located. The only sign painter in town at the time was a German Immigrant named Schmidts - note his spelling of "Horse Shoeing". 1900s


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Posted by Jim Mosley (jdmose@msn.com) (Benton, AR ) on 2007-06-08
The bearded man standing next to the door is Oliver S. Jones - my great grandfather. He can also be seen in the picture titled "Civil War Veterans Reunion" (second picture - Vol 64 No. 7) seated third from the left.
Posted by Jim Mosley (jdmose@msn.com) (Benton, AR ) on 2007-12-25
The young man leaning on thepost is Charles H. Jones, Oliver S. Jones son. Confirmed by his daughter - Dorothy A. Jones (Mosley)

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Author: Nevada County Depot and Museum
Title: "Photo Collection - Photo Book 3"
Published by: Nevada County Depot and Museum, 403 West First Street South, Prescott Arkansas 71857
URL: www.depotmuseum.org/photos.php?ref=591
Retrieval Date: July 29, 2016