Source: North Manchester Journal, January 14, 1896, Display Ad:
TIN CUPS...ONE CENT each is our price...Have some Heating Stoves we want to
sell...You'll be surprised how cheap they are. Best Axes 75¢
"Mossback" cross cut saws--a little higher than common but men who use them say they are worth the difference.
Your "wimen" folks would appreciate a washing machine this kind of weather. We sell the Enterprise Washer at $3.00.
D. Frame & Son, THE HARDWARE MEN.
Source: North Manchester Journal, September 9, 1909
There is no better fence made than American, and you get more pounds of fence for a dollar than any other make. Wire is hard enough to keep tight, and the galvanizing is the same as all other fencing, in fact other styles of fence are made from wire bought of the American Mill. If you pay more per pound for fencing than you can buy American for, you pay too much.--Frame's Hardware store sells American.
...Glass oven doors in ranges is one of the new features this fall in Globe ranges. You can see how your baking is doing without opening the oven. Frame's Hardware store have these ranges and will be pleased to have you come in and see them.
Source: Aurora (1934) Ad:
FRAME AND LITTLE
for ROLLER SKATES TENNIS RACKETS
Shaving Creams and Soaps, Lotions,
Cold Cream, Tooth Paste -- All these at Low Prices
GIFT ITEMS -- CUTLERY -- TOYS
Fishing Tackle -- Baseball Goods
Guns and Ammunition
SHOP and SAVE with GUS and IVAN
N. MANCHESTER'S LARGEST HARDWARE STORE
Source: Aurora (1938) Ad:
In business since 1875.
There is nothing too good for our customers.
Original FRAME HARDWARE Sign on Walnut Street Became Visible When Tranter's Sign Was Removed.