Source: Crawfordsville Star, March 5, 1872 p 3
Greggs' Hardware - The two rooms occupied by SH Gregg & Son in Empire Block, this city is from this time in the spring, till late fall, a great point of attraction to those wanting anything in their line: hardware; stoves; tinware; glassware; queensware, etc. The Greggs have made for themselves an enviable reputation for fair, honorable dealing, their present line of trade. Among the corps of salesmen to be met at this house, we notice: H. Rice Canine; Uriah M. Scott and James Knox, than whom no more accomodating gentlement can be found within the walls of any business house
SH Gregg & Sons of this city, dealers in agricultural implements, received an order last week for plows from a farmer living near Marionville, Missouri
Farmers looking for plows should not fail to call on SH Gregg & Son they keep the Cincinnati Rover Plow, S. Horney's Richmond Plow, the Crawfordsville Plow, the South Bend Plow & the Ft. Wayne Plow, all to be sold at manufacturers' prices.
SH Gregg & Son have just received an order from Dr. Bennage for two Cincinnati Rover Plows to be shipped to his farm at Marionville, Mo. The Dr. means business.
Notwithstanding Gregg & Son are doing a land office business in the way of swelling farming implements, they have time to show you the "Charter Emporia," the very best stove in the market.
Just received two car loads of the celebrated Cincinnati Rovers and S. Horney's RIchmond Plows at Gregg & Sons.