Built in 1891 after the great fire, the building at the left has housed a drug store/pharmacy for 120 years. Originally Cooper Drugs, it was sold in the 1920s to Clayton Fenton who operated Fenton Drugs. It is said that Clayton Fenton and Tom Woods would help each other by trading off which store would stay open on the weekends. It has also been Tim's Pharmacy, Proos Pharmacy, and is now Fowlerville Pharmacy. The building with the sign saying The Red & White Stores was Westin Brothers, a grocery store.