Early Businesses

Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri

Ballagh's Drug Store, located at the corner of Cedar and Cherry on the southeast corner of the Square.

The Duck Block was located across from the Mitchell Hotel on East Cherry Street.

First National Bank. Built in 1910 at the east end of the north side of the square.

Cockerill Smelters was located in east Nevada. They made zinc lined tubs and lavatories.

Nevada Roller Mills, located in the east part of Nevada at the corner of Colorado and Hickory streets, milled flour.

Harry C. Moore Company, Millinery Dept.. "The Store for Pretty Goods." Click on the picture for a larger view of this beautiful store.

W. F. Norman Sheet Metal Manufacturing Company.

Jack Swait shared this photo. He wrote that this is: "Henry Siebertand his wife.We called him Momo. He had a blacksmith shop across the street from where the Daily Mail is now. He took my mother in when she was very young and took care of her until he went blind. Then she took care of him. I don't know the year."

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