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Walter C. Kuhn and Lucy Sapp Hall are pictured outside of the store's entrance, which was owned by pharmacist Fred Murphy.
Water well drilling equipment, owned by Tom Fletcher, who is pictured standing beside the rig with the white shirt and suspenders, is being pulled across the bridge by horses. Charles E. Crutchfield has the reins. In the suit and bow tie is Anson Wade, a teacher. The bridge was built in 1893.
From left to right are an unknown boy, Janie McCoy (Mick), Mary Sue Campbell (Fletcher), Eugenia Campbell (Fidler), and Minnie Campbell (Shreve). The Weston-Central Telephone Company, which was owned by Hugh Amos, was located in the upstairs section of the building. The operators were known as 'Hello Girls.'
In the back row, from left to right, are Wed Fiddler, George Fiddler, Frank Amos, unknown, unknown, unknown, Roy Brosius Sr., unknown, and unknown.Seated, from left to right, are unknown, Cy Taylor, unknown, Charlie Fiddler, and unknown.
Hobert Cosner is pictured playing the snare drums. A group of students and instructors are holding instruments as they stand on the steps in front of the school building.
Hefner is pictured holding tools and a horseshoe at the entrance of his shop. A horse is seen inside his shop.  The Carroll Comedy Company broadside likely advertises a June 10, 1900 performance.