This farm and ranch supply business was founded in 1914, and has always housed dry goods or mercantile. J.M. Roylance bought it in 1919, and his son still runs it. Just strolling through the aisles of this 100+ year old building is an experience you wouldn’t want to miss. The store stocks everything from implement parts in the basement to “boots, britches, and hardware” on the main floor. You can get Dutch ovens, canning equipment, cowboy hats, rubber irrigating boots, blue jeans, tools, kitchen gadgets, and just about anything else that you might need. Many locals feel great loyalty to Smithfield Implement and would rather shop here than anywhere else.