The Sun February 7 1890 pg 1
It is possible that the Sutton creamery manufacturers more butter than any other like institution in the state. Its output last year was 368,893 lbs. This was an increase of about 20,000 lbs. over 1888, and the company expects to make a proportionate increase during the year. J A Davis is in charge of the creamery route. About 600 tons of splendid ice have been put up.
Frederick & Wentz are rearranging the shelving in their store room, putting in new, and papering and kalsomining, preparatory to handling exclusive clothing, books and shoes. If the exclusive clothing business can be made a success in Sutton, while the general dry goods houses handle it, Frederick & Wentz can make it so. They are thorough retail merchants. This, together with their acquaintance and popularity here, make the chances for success greater than those of other houses that have tried it and failed. We sincerely hope these gentlemen may succeed.